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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"He spoke with WW Jay's Jason Scott getting back to school online. They're bound to have some some tech this year's And the good news is there's a lot of things you can do in the home that are really super easy. To troubleshoot before you have to think about maybe getting a new laptop. Or having the cable guys come out and fits the Internet. So You want it? That's probably most important, and that is I kind of call it location, location, location, so Where you locate your innit mode on the router inside your home can really far that WiFi signal travels so What you want to do for the strongest and furthest connection. You want to start that equipment in the central elevated location? In your home where that signal can be roots. You want to make sure that that Equipment is like a lamp. Avoid hiding under the stairs on the bookcase in the basement. Around the ground where the WiFi signal can't penetrate us far also placing wife equipment next to a window that's gonna broadcast your signal outside, so make sure it's in the middle of your home off the ground and treated like a lamp. What is the main concern heading into? You know the use of, um, a larger amount of data, I guess is there is there maybe concerns when it comes to customers Right now they're seeing Maybe they have to upgrade because, er, you know more people using at the same time eyes, you know what do you What do you talking about with your customers when it comes to say No, We have weaker, weaker signal at the moment, but in fact they don't have weaker signals. Just you know, it's being used all the same time. What did what's discussion at the moment? Right, So there's a couple things to us right now. Guestrooms and basements. These are our new home offices and classrooms. So, depending on the size of her house. Customers and made benefit from WiFi extenders. And what an extender does. It expands that WiFi signal. To those hard to reach areas in the home. So some Internet service providers sell their own. I can tell you at Xfinity we also something called X tripods that easily plug into a warm electrical outlet and created a mesh network. There are also many other options through a third party providers that that can be used also, as you said, you know that the need to stream online video conferences. Upload big business documents. While your kids are on video, chat with her teachers and turned to upload.

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Michigan announces change in reporting of COVID-19 testing data

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Michigan announces change in reporting of COVID-19 testing data

"It's the first time that the Michigan Health Department has switched this reporting of daily Corona virus numbers as we hear from NewsRadio nine fifties, Jason Scott officials are now combining the Sunday and Monday numbers because of recent low weekend reporting labor days combined number is 1156 new cases and four deaths. Or than 80,000. Covert patients are said to be recovered in Michigan, and there are fewer than 400 confirmed patients hospitalized across the state at last check.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:15 min | 10 months ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Jason Scott and Jackie paid spoke live with Comcast Michelle Gilbert we've been doing a lot of customer education because we are now Natalie working from home and we have more devices connected and using it in ways that maybe we weren't before but we have also created makeshift offices and makeshift classrooms in maybe parts of the house where we weren't relying on wifi before so all of that plays into how fast is your wifi and that is that's exactly the point I wish I'd actually tweeted yesterday afternoon that I was having some issues with the internet just to see the kind of reaction that we would get from a lot of our listeners and we did get a ton and I found out today when Comcast came over that you know I didn't have the correct speed on my modem could you explain that a little bit or high speed internet could you explain the differences on that you may have had to increase the internet plan that you're on and I don't know if that's what you're referring to but depending on what kind of plan you're on you may need to boost your plan and again it depends how many different devices you have connected and what you're doing but I know in my house my kids are chatting via video with their teachers I'm on video chats all the time so that does take a lot of band with so you've got to have a speed plan that's going to to support a lot of people using that kind of band with at the same time a seasonal updates when it comes to coverage and maybe your connection are there any things that happen outside of the home that may be a common customer just can't control when it comes to their connections absolutely you know it's not all what happens inside the home sometimes it is on the carrier to get out there and to do some maintenance and route one of the things that particular that tends to happen in our world for whatever reason loves to chew the cable lines and so this is something that can cause your network to be sluggish what happens is when the cable lines are exposed the signal tends to leak out and you have interference and it can cause a sluggishness throughout the neighborhood and Michelle there are some things that you could do from your own house just to check and see if everything is working properly right there are a ton of things that you can do and I would recommend taking these steps before you worry about spending more money on a new speed plan the first thing you wanna look at it where is your road your router located you want it out in an open area in the center of the home not the basement not hidden under a desk or stuck in the furthest bedroom because really fast wifi signal you want it to broadcast this far and wide throughout the home as possible so if it's in the center of the home it has the best chance to reach as many places as possible the other thing that I would recommend everybody do is go to your router and check to see if those cables are tight enough I know that I was having some sluggish internet a couple of weeks ago I went and checked the cables and I had to tighten them of that and even if you don't think that you messed around with it every time that router gets bumped it could impact the take the cables needing pretty Titans.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Jason Scott for W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty Jeffrey grin for sports at three forty five as we have your money at three fifty five the Dow is trying to rebound after a pullback last hour will have your money in the details coming up again in twenty minutes right now cloudy skies and sixty degrees in Pontiac W. W. J. news time SO three thirty one as the president prepares to visit southeastern Michigan on Thursday Ford Motor Company says today their policy dictates all visitors must wear masks for telling CBS news that quotes are policies that everyone wears P. P. E. to prevent the spread of covert nineteen and quote for goes on to say they've shared their safety protocols with the White House but it's unclear if the president will follow the rule meant to keep Ford workers safe the president's will visit Ford's Rossendale plant in Ypsilanti and he continues his tour to thank businesses producing important medical equipment in conjunction with General Electric healthcare Rawson ville has been manufacturing much needed ventilators since last month meanwhile president trump is standing by his decision to take a malaria drug as a way to prevent him from getting corona virus here CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy describes a VA study showing increased mortality among patients who took hydroxy chloride Quinn as a quote trump enemy statement he tells reporters this is an individual decision to make but it's had a great reputation and if it was somebody else other than me people say Gee isn't that smart vice president pence whose press secretary recently came down with corona virus says he is not taking hydroxy Cork went he says his doctor has recommended Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington many doctors are raising concerns about the president's use of that drug British doctor Rosemary Leonard telling the BBC there's no evidence that can help protect or treats covert nineteen there is absolutely no evidence destruction be of any assistance with either covert infection when you've got it on a monthly ill very ill and there is certainly no evidence whatsoever that it can prevent you becoming ill with coveted it can prevent the infection yes D. a warning that the drug can cause major heart problems the number of official cover nineteen deaths in Michigan has top five thousand today the state health department announcing one hundred two new deaths of bringing the total to five thousand seventeen there's more than twelve hundred in Detroit and nearly a thousand throughout the rest of Wayne County and in Oakland county and more than seven hundred fifty in Macomb county there were also four hundred thirty five new cases of covered nineteen announced today in Michigan bringing the total to over fifty two thousand W. W. J. news time three forty four Oakland county's utilizing up to thirty million dollars of federal carers act money.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"WJZ keep paging Jason Scott spoke with U. S. army corps of engineering planning officer our chief Nick Sager we completed it last night and handed over to the state okay now your attention moved to Oakland county is the job difference is same blueprints what are you doing here yeah we're we're we're using very very similar types of techniques for this now it is eleven hundred bad alternate care facility and it is for covert only patients well and obviously it's better to be safe than sorry and mayor Duggan is said that all nine hundred seventy beds that you've created in the T. C. F. center may not be needed maybe the same story in the suburban collection showplace but how many beds do you plan to do there a suburban with eleven hundred that's your plan for right now and we see the goal is to have the site ready by April twentieth about ten days or so what are the challenges here what are you up against when it comes to putting up all those beds well it's it's no different really than the DCF center where were were piping to to us several of the bads and we're just working with our contractor who's been great so far that the state has banned nine awesome attention has been awesome so we're just working through the details and die you know we're we're basically doing the same thing we did at DCF just on a slightly larger scale and the last time we spoke there was a concern that the issue and some actually you were not concerned but said that some of your workers might get infected you said it was a very difficult process they had to suit up they had it he had to do the social distancing obviously that is still the case have you seen any of your fellow workers getting sick from this no no our garden gladly we have not so that that's been very positive everybody's been very mindful with the social distancing you know when we work as close as we do you know if you're looking at the plans and specifications sometimes you do need to get closer but in those instances you know they're they're they're donning masks so that that there's no Arkansas earned for for their safety so now we sell the number of cases in Wayne County shoot up Oakland county followed hence the field office one into you'll hospital wanted to rather what about Macomb county nearly three thousand confirmed cases of covert nineteen are you guys scouting other parts of us southeast Michigan or outer state as well yes so far we we've done over twenty specimens Prague close closer to thirty assessment all over the state and that includes Macomb county Janice he you know in grand rapids up in the upper peninsula so we we we have been looking all over the place but as as it stands right now the only missions we have to construct field Arabi alternate care facilities are D. R. suburban collection showplace in TCF's is U. S. army corps of engineers planning office office chief Nick Xavier speaking with W. WJZ since Scott and Jackie page it is one fifty three they make the essential machinery behind the essential industries opened.

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More than 2,000 workers affected by COVID-19 at metro Detroit's largest health systems

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

More than 2,000 workers affected by COVID-19 at metro Detroit's largest health systems

"As we know doctors and nurses are on the front lines of this virus and in the Detroit area hundreds of churches have come down with covert nineteen themselves W. W. G. as Jason Scott at least two thousand nurses in the Detroit area have been sickened by the virus or they have symptoms that are self isolating Detroit mayor Mike Duggan says all health care workers should now be recognized for the work they're doing these doctors and nurses and and the transport is a push the wheel chairs and that the nurse assistants or changing your bed pans they know they're putting their lives on the line and and they just deserve enormous gratitude from us over the past two weeks at least three nurses in Detroit have died from the corona virus

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Being made available to them Jason Scott WWJ newsradio nine fifteen the governor specifically asked them not to meet the leader of the state house says representatives will be at work in Lansing Tuesday house speaker Lee Chatfield says lawmakers will consider an extension of the governor's emergency declaration set to expire Tuesday house minority leader Christine Grieg of Farmington hills wrote a letter to Chatfield yesterday expressing grave concerns about meeting a jet fuel says it will be screening procedures in place including temperature checks for lawmakers going into the capital last week house representative Isaac Robinson of the Detroit died as a result of the virus even though schools close over two weeks ago to tree parks and recreation's ramping up efforts to serve breakfast and lunches to kids in the city assistant director Aaron Casey says they'll serve take out style meals at three additional city recreation centers hearing to work during this crisis we just want to make sure that families don't also have to worry about whether or not their child can continue to be sad during this time nearly forty thousand meals a week will be served under the expanded program days times and locations can be found at the city of Detroit website leaves and grass clippings meanwhile can wait is yard waste pick in Detroit will start later because of the outbreak details with W. WJXT year as always residents should place the grass clippings leaves and small twigs into biodegradable bags for the bi monthly bulk pickup day larger branches and sticks should be bundled together into a collection of no more than sixty pounds the city also asks that if you use a container you label it yard waste on two of the sites if you need to get rid of that stuff sooner yard waste.

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"jason scott" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

16:16 min | 11 months ago

"jason scott" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"The right ingredients to make him grow straight and tall. Do you think. Do you ever envision a time where you're like all right we're all GONNA learn how to farm and you'RE GONNA learn how to do this because it's an important you know it's important All the time when we had only had my first child and we take all the time and she used to go with this game. Go at night with the little flashlights and go into the greenhouse and pick off all the slugs of the plans right and so you know 'cause 'cause we didn't use pesticides or anything like that right and that was fun. It was a fun game. Ever put on little gloves or something or she spotted and I go pull it and you know and stuff like that it was all and then I have a good collection different tomatoes and stuff like that and I said we need this type. We need that type in you know and then go get the Kale. No no not that one so young as understood what the process was. But you know I would do all the heavy work of course sure. Yeah Yeah. Of course. That's really great though. Yeah but then at a certain age you can just make them work for you to do what you say. You got an arm hand transplant. Ourselves back to California so China rebuild. Sorta that that essence of that kind of lifestyle. Well that is nice though because I feel like. Do you feel like you appreciate it more this time around with the work. Oh for sure. Yeah for sure because I had all those years in the business and and I was like. Wow you know you really let that in. That's the key word appreciate right. You know the fact. You're you're damn lucky right. It'd be even working in his businesses so many people who would love to take your place. Sure and Yeah and especially. I think when you get high profile jobs like like Milan and you're like well. This is this is as you know this is. This is great. Yeah and are you finding that the the market is opening up in a more positive way for Asian and asian-american with Crazy Asians that could blew things open and I hear around town and stuff like that. They're looking for Projects that are Asian based or you know. And then you see off Mike Parasite take you're like Damn Koreans are stepping up. You know they have been for a while but then to get that kind of recognition that that's a big stage great. Yeah that's great to hear. I'm glad I'm glad to hear that. And I'm glad that you feel like you have a healthier perspective on it because I feel like it's so easy to get caught up in all of the WHO got that part. Why did I get that part? Why didn't this? Why did this person call me back or Oh do? I don't have enough instagram fault. I learning that social media. We never had that Lewis. Started all brand new. You have to answer all these people. What what are your fans there. The people that are going to get you the endorsements because I feel like Milan's GonNa blow that up to like I mean it'd be like something like Malaga's as high profile as get a huge huge thing and as Disney is making more live action stuff based on their animations. Like it's a good. It's it's a very fruitful time and I feel like where things can often get rebooted and not done properly. This idea of you know taking animation especially from times when they just didn't have the you know with the original jungle book they just didn't have the technology to make animals and they can talk. You know or like a or with Milan like even the animated Milan. It's like the technology is just so much better now so I really do like the idea of like you know. Let's go back and make really cool live action versions of what these ANIME I. I've been hearing. I haven't seen the film yet Milan but I've been hearing wonderful things. It's here to complete classic cool and it's like a standalone movie even if you had never seen the animated version you kind of glorious to watch and you know it's it has heartfelt moments all the way through so I'm eager to see it. Can we talk just for a couple of seconds about just some because I imagine with a lot of these practices with a lot of you know especially with I'm assuming with G. Cundo? There's probably an element of how does like gratitude and appreciation figure into the practice. Does it figure into the practice are you do you is there? Is there a part of the philosophy that says you know? Focus on you know what your assets are what the positive elements of the situation are rather than always trying to put out the fire of being like that was. That was one of Bruce's Philosophies that he brought to the table was Be The opponents compliment. Oh Wow and that's like when you start getting to sticking energy and stuff like that so basically shadowing them and if you can have enough sensitivity to feel them you can you can feel. They're moving you feel what they're going to make what they're gonNa do you know when they're gonNA throw so like That's when Bruce developed sort of non telegraphic approach to whom hacking because he says like a cat or kitten the way they they they grab something. You don't see the motion right because everything's relaxed right and then that motion comes out of just impulsive motion. Which doesn't telegraph. And so that's the basis of a lot of the striking. That bruce develop was was non telegraphic striking and that you know had to do with just feeling the moment because that's kind of counter intuitive. You think like you know like you think you got like ten every up really and that actually seems like it's very detrimental like like I was always you know the guys will always want to carry our strength in our rear hand. Because it's like throwing a big right hand. You're throwing that big right hand and you setting up you know like boxing star. You're sitting up left hand When I started training they immediately switched me. They put my right hand the front out. They made me South Ball. Oh Wow and I was like wow. This is weird awkward right and so it was like it's Bruce's philosophy is savior and a gunfight guy shoots gun at you would he do. You're not going to block right. You shoot right back so you firepower heaviest firepower was gonna be in the front and you develop that front hand like a Jackhammer so like the first three months was all developing fron developed. The front hand developed front hand. Because that's you're you're going to cover the distance from that front hand right and you can develop a wicked jab which has so much power. Because you're putting all your hip into it right so you just like. I wish I could see how fast on you just moved. That front has really wish I mean I could hear it. I'm sure people picked it up but even just watching you like like pop. Your hip was it like that was that was unbelievable. It's the relaxation. Relax tents so relax tense? Great you know. It's and that tension that is like that exploded. You get hit empty hand right right up in something idea. Boomed that that you know I was watching a Robert. Downey junior on. I think a interview with Joe Rogan or something. He he's really into the wing Chun. Oh I didn't know that. And so. He practiced incessantly. I and I was watching him and he always talks about the beauty is the Cantonese and And those are the things like okay say in St Encounter. I think speed is going to win and just because if you can immobilize person vision and run You know you do it right because you don't know who's behind him right. I don't know if he's got three or four guys and in my seafood never on the ground not voluntarily anyway right you know because the you could end up a victim shirt because your back is to the world correct when you're on the ground and so there's a lot of sort of real life stuff that that you know. We learned in the window and all that and that was the one big complement. Your your opponent. Wow that's amazing kind of embrace him and it's almost like the Kito philosophy to it's like you try to love your opponent but like you know the make sure you know that you only with the conflict that comes to your space. So that's another thing about to relax until the competition comes within your range. Don't get all wild like come on Man. You got beef man. It's like you know get all stoked and all fired up and just relax. You stay there if that motion comes within your range gots when you respond but that strategy. Because they don't see it coming yes but that also like a brilliant life strategy to because we can get so tweaked up about things that might happen or catastrophes where we get ready and like I gotta be prepared in case something and it's like that never happen and this idea of being relaxed until something comes into your space is like that's a life thing like what an incredible life message to not just live in a constant state of anxiety and panic. Because it's like you know you you prepare the best you can prepare and then you just let it go until it comes into your space. That's just such a is really just melting my brain out of my ear. I mean it sounds like a very obvious thing but just but I feel like and that is that is you. Martial arts is also a physical representation of the idea of practice that we also have to practice philosophy and practice our mental health every day. The way that we would practice that because it isn't just turning it on when there's a fire it's like you have to just you know like that's the confidence of just sort of like you know doing a little bit every day to make sure that you're you know that you're nimble but also but just not living in that state of tension all the time so. Do you still practice everyday martial art. The combative stuff. Not really every once in a while tuneup. Yeah I'll see how the mechanisms are working and yeah but Yeah not not regularly I. It's I don't know it seems as so part of me and I think you do lose a little bit of timing by not training home all the time sure. I think there's an enjoyment to it and to not trading. Just let it all go sure and then just to stay healthy stay healthy stay fit you know and and have that all that stuff ingrained in you and I think I always tend to fall back on it but my my elbows in my straight line chin down is like you carry it with you. I guess well. I'm sure that there are many situations that you probably don't even realize you are so well equipped for because you've had all this training and so I I do. I have recommended people before. It's like. Yeah you know like study some kind of a fitness regime. Not because you want to get jacked because you WANNA learn how to you know. It's like yeah. That's fine if you want to do that but really it's about you know the practice of giving yourself because you're investing in yourself when you do it and that sort of creates the confidence that you think you're worth it which also helps gives you the confidence of like. Oh I'm starting to feel my body and I can feel how I moved through the world and all that shit is really. It really does like the stuff you learn in there like really does yeah one of the humanity things about that..

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"jason scott" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

15:31 min | 11 months ago

"jason scott" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Com for your thing for the Cork Board. This episode is Jason Scott Lee who you may know from the Bruce Lee Story or jungle book or Lilo and stitch. He is in Milan. The live action will on which was GONNA come out March twenty seventh but now obviously he's been pushed due to corona virus. But we'll come out eventually. Obviously and wow what an incredible conversation because sort of doing some digging about about him. I realized that he began to study a Bruce Lee principles after he played Bruce Lii. This conversation took so many wonderful turns Sort of about mind body connection and daily living philosophies sort of communing with nature learning from nature or taking things in the physical universe transferring them to the emotional universe and vice versa and one note that he sent afterwards though is that we discussed Bruce Lee's three principles of combat and he had laid them out. But we actually for some reason only got two two and then got sidetracked which we are want to do from time to time but he just wanted to make sure that I did make note to add the the other one in there so and this will make sense when you listen to the podcast but the three principles of combat a Bruce Lee Number One. Simplicity number two economy of motion which we actually didn't get too but I think economy emotion speaks for itself and longest weapon to the nearest target. Which we did also talk about so really really really fantastic chat and he let a really interesting life and actually just kind of withdrew from Hollywood kind of commune with nature in an amazing way in Hawaii so I really really really cherish the time that we got to spend together talking about this. But I've listened to this podcast. A couple of times have made notes about all I gotta remember this and I gotta remember to do this and I have to remember to implement that so this might be one that you listen to multiple times If you're into that that sort of stuff but thank you to Jason Scott Lee for being a superb guest of the podcast number ten fifty six here. We go.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"From W. W. J. is Jason Scott Tobin nineteen is yet to be confirmed in Detroit proper but mayor Mike Duggan expects cases in the coming days when that happens we can respond to which ever address or location there is on top of this the annual St Patrick's day parade has been canceled in Corktown it wasn't something that was done lightly but what the evidence is showing so far is while covert nineteen can be transmitted through handshakes or surfaces it appears that the great majority of the cases are being transmitted by coughs and sneezes the droplets in the air people within three to six feet of each other Jason Scott W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty also new this morning on the corona virus state lawmakers are expecting to get an update on the virus later officials will brief the Michigan house health policy committee coming up at ten thirty this morning we will be talking live to the governor at seven thirty about her efforts to stop the spread of the virus and what she's worried about and and what's her take on the economy and how that's responding we'll have the governor live at seven thirty the Detroit Pistons have in order to self quarantine as the corona virus pandemic has because the NBA to shut down its season the decision was made to end of the season are suspended after the diagnosis of Rudy go bear the Utah Jazz the pistons played the jazz just last Saturday at LCA pistons Langston Galloway is and wearing too much Thomas is in the back of our minds we we understand the the space that we're in right now knowing that we just played them with the same time like I said just taking it one step at a time being cautious with everything and once we get back to the shore will see was next with the next steps and go from there about cloud cover a pretty easy FoxPro is Fox Sports Detroit at this point there's no word yet when or even if the NBA season will resume investors are braced for another dive as the markets open on Wall Street this morning a lot of people don't like looking at their four oh one K.'s these days with good reason the corona virus has hit many stocks hard so what does it really mean for local companies when their stocks take a big hit let's bring in our business editor Marie Feldman for that story good morning Marie hello Robert it's very disturbing to companies stock prices are the value of the company companies often use their stock to buy other companies expand their business stock prices can impact financing from banks management sometimes have bonuses tied to stock prices and when a company's stock falls drastically they could be a target of a takeover because it would cost less to buy that company so companies are very concerned when they see their stocks falling in many companies have seen their stocks falling hard quick check of.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Double double Jay's Jackie page and Jason Scott I think that we are in a moment of calm I think the Iranian response of the the the missile launch was was more measured than I think some people feared it might be and it gave the president an opportunity to to de escalate and I think that that's a good thing a lot still remains to be seen the the the president in his remarks has promised new sanctions and depending upon the nature of those economic sanctions and the damage that they do that could you increased tension again and certainly Iran has at its disposal a whole host of militia groups and terrorist organizations that it it works with that are still a danger to American and American Americans and American interests in the region so I think we're in a moment of of calm and I think it remains to be seen how long that call my last well it was it appeared last night that the targeted to the targets that to the around military di I actually that they were goalie for last night they they didn't really seem to be too focused on that almost basically seem that they were displaying a show of force but it does appear that because there were no injuries they it could have been much much worse I would you say that they are standing down I think that's true let the targets that they chose were ones that that could be hit and could be hit in ways that would minimize that the chances of of American and Iraqi casualties and I think that that was the Iranian intention given the other possible targets that they could have hit with those missiles those were a precision guided ballistic missiles those could have done far more damage had they been targeted at at and other American facilities so I think that is an indication that that Iran needed to make a statement and needed to make a forceful statement but it wanted to have also have the ability to sort of step down and wait to see what the the next American move might be and so I think the president is largely correct that that Iran is now going to sit back and wait and see what we do speaking live with Oakland university poli sci professor Dr Peter Trumbull or now with your expert opinion here tying things back to the ongoing campaign how does today's address maybe impact the independent votes when it comes the president's if at all I don't think it will in fact a new poll just came out today that the show that fifty four percent of the American public actually disapproves of the president's handling of Iran I don't think his statements today his statement today is going to make any difference whatsoever I think those who are inclined to oppose the president will will continue to oppose him and those who support the president and all circumstances will continue with that support I didn't see anything or hear anything in that statement that would sway anybody that might be on the fence Lainey he didn't seem to be wanting to sway anybody basically is sticking to his guns there and saying that this was a man who killed Americans and that he did the right thing there that's absolutely right I think it was also interesting that he blames the past administration for your Ronnie and aggression which is you know if you're trying to reach out to to voters who whether they're they're Democrats who don't like the field of candidates that are running or independence it seems odd to me that that you would essentially blame Iran's aggression on the the the the last democratic president so you know there really wasn't anything in that speech that I think was intended to to do any more politically for him than what he typically does with that so clean University political science professor Peter Trumbull or speaking live with double double Jay's Jackie page and Jason Scott doubled up Jamie's time for forty five sports update in seven seconds without delay download the radio dot com app in favorite W. 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J. for traffic and weather every ten minutes on the aids now time for sports on newsradio nine fifty WWJ the NFL were patriots quarterback Tom Brady has all but ended speculation that he may elect to retire in the offseason saying on Instagram that he still has a lot to prove in plans to be back for next season but as to who he plays with that remains to be seen former Packers quarterback Brett Farr says he thinks Brady can still play at the age of forty three you would be surprised to see a play for another team I never thought I'd see Joe Montana in a in a uniform that was not San Francisco you know I I consider him the greatest of all time and and was flawless yeah and I learned right the and that is if Joe Montana can be traded or play for another team that anyone care far however did say that even though Brady physically you might be able to play the question is would he want to as you have to learn a different system that's another element he's been the same offense were you know twenty years and you know to learn a foreign language like overnight it's pretty difficult to do and not to mention do you really want to go through that Brady's current contract ends in March if he's not re signed he could become an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his twenty year career meantime was another practice day for the eight teams left standing in the NFL playoffs Kansas city's playing at home against the Texans the ravens play host of the Titans after Tennessee knocked off New England last weekend the Vikings are at the forty Niners in the Packers host the Seahawks pistons and the red wings have the night off the pistons will host the Cavaliers tonight down it LCA tip off at seven o'clock over ninety seven one the ticket and the red wings back on the ice Friday night against the senators the puck drops at seven thirty you can catch the action under sister station ninety seven one the ticket we check sports of fifteen and forty five past each hour traffic and weather together snack.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Jason Scott our top stories at six twenty Shelby township police say an investigation into that shooting at a parking lot near twenty three in Shelby roads is going to last into the evening hours a man now in critical condition after he got into a shoot out with another man it was that other guy who called police to tell them exactly what happened Iran has a band of the remaining limits of its twenty fifteen nuclear deal with powers of the world powers after the U. S. kill the top military leader in an air strike last week however CBS news correspondent Christina roof Ian says Iran is still going to allow nuclear monitors to come into that country they're not quite going up to twenty percent enrichment which is that key number that will limit the breakout times the break out time is the amount of time it takes them to go from zero to nuclear weapons US defense official says the next twenty four hours to thirty six hours would reveal more on what Iran might be doing because the mourning period for the general will be over CBS news will have more on this of course at seven o'clock up state officials of the Mackinaw bridge issuing a high wind warning drivers crossing the bridge now advised to reduce their speeds to twenty miles per hour use the outside lane and put on your four way flashers officials say the high winds there are monitoring in the streets area are particularly troublesome for semis those pulling trailers homeowners also campers motorhomes excuse me and campers well from high winds stuff high water levels this on the Great Lakes and the causing big efforts in one northern Michigan community with an historic Fishtown W. WJZ Fisher reporting now on the work to save some historic fishing shanties in Leland Fishtown preservation society executive director Amanda homes as flooding has gotten so bad along the Leland river in Leland's fished out that a couple of the shanties will be raised and moved over the next couple of weeks so new foundations can be built we have a gentleman who in the area who's in a barn mover he's going to come in and brace the buildings so that they can then got a crane will come in and lift them out so they're going to be lifted into the air and shifted Holmes says the Morris shanty and the cheese chance he will be moved in the area that has a continuous commercial fishing history the whole project to restore fish town is expected to cost about two million dollars that Fisher WWJ newsradio nine fifty well there's a need a big need for blood in blood platelets right now across Michigan you're certainly helping to save lives especially this time of year we see a lot of accidents on the roadways in a single car accident somebody who is a critically injured in a car crash use up to one hundred.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Jason Scott for WWJ newsradio nine fifty rob Mason has the day off little more than a spotty shower this afternoon quite mild will be more rain tonight the complete accu weather forecast coming up as Dave hours we'll check in with him in three minutes right now it's two oh five with easy conditions because of that we're gonna start on the roads a bit of fog across metro Detroit now from the twenty four hour traffic center with W. WJZY deal Stephen engine soon we are looking at heavy fog we're starting where we are right now in the south field area and also headed way on toward port Huron it's so dense we can't really see if well through those triple a damn camps no by started off with the fog and then we I see Troy west Bloomfield had reports of west land Waterford turn your lights on allow for slower speeds again with that heavy fog we have a complete update coming up at two OO eight thank you o'neill heart breaking news from a member of the Detroit Lions newsradio nine fifties sat Clark with the story lines wide receiver Marvin Jones junior said an Instagram post Saturday night that his six month old son Marlowe Jones died the football star did not give a cause of death but did say the joy you brought to us every day with that smile on that energy was like heaven on earth in a statement the lion say Marvin and jasmine and body the true meaning of family in the example that they set has made them an inspiration for so many in our community that Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty nine to try to us side police are investigating a drive by shooting put a man in the hospital the thirty two year old was walking along the Wyoming when someone fired gunshots from a silver kia investigators say the victim was hit at least three times but was still able to walk from the scene when local gas station about a half mile away he was then rushed to a hospital is expected to be okay saying goodbye to a popular long time to trade radio and TV personality funeral services are going to be held Monday this for George more he passed away on Christmas day at the age of sixty two.

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Australia's most populous state declares wildfire emergency

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Australia's most populous state declares wildfire emergency

"Australia's most populous state New South Wales has declared an emergency that says the heat wave which produce the hottest day on recording super eights devastating bush fires the books Jason Scott reports authorities are warning of extreme wind conditions and surging temperatures that will make efforts to battle almost one hundred fires burning across the state even how to on Tuesday the average maximum temperature across Australia reach forty point nine Celsius the crisis is intensified the debate about what impact climate change is having on the world's driest inhabited

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"jason scott" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

14:08 min | 1 year ago

"jason scott" Discussed on The Plant Path

"Plant Path your window into the world of herbal medicine would stage a founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism the plant path your window into the world of herbal medicine and I am super excited about this episode of the plant pass I've got one of my best buddies here on the line here with me Jason Scott and I've known J. for really long time I feel like we started our path in alchemy kind of at the same time and we just been really good friends ever since then have been really growing on this path in terms of the western out chemical tradition and spirit medicine preparations and herbal medicine and Jay's been doing some really incredible work in his Synergy of my college 'y and Alchemy and in preparing really incredibly powerful S- Pejic extracts of Mushrooms and Jay is a contributing author to the book radical microbiology and has been published in the verdant noces volume in threes speaking about the synergy of Alchemy and my college he's also the founder of feral fungi where he offers his spirit mushroom extracts to the world world travels all around the country teaching people about the the unique synergies that he is all about so I'm superstock to have you on the call Jason so much for joining me yeah I think they appreciate being here so you know I always like to start off our interviews here on the plant path just asking folks about their journey into herbal medicine I found that there's a lot of similarity amongst our stories and I think the stories of how you know we were walking on our road of life and at some point there came this turning point where the Lance and obviously in your case the mushrooms to release stood up in the forest and call her name and and we have this return to the natural world and the healing power of nature. I'm just curious if he can share a little bit about what your story is in regards to coming to the the medicinal virtues of nature yeah absolutely always find it hard question to answer when when people ask how how did you get into this how'd you find yourself here you know being this really unique in some times odd junction between alchemy and my college and you know the short answer is a whole series of synchronous cities and I just WanNa go into it a little bit more for you and for the listeners hear about how things kind of lined up and so I was always kind of trace it back to high school I feel like as a good starting point you know those formative years were teenagers and for me there's a lot of discordance of my heart between the way that we're living as a culture and just patterns that I felt felt disharmonious and and for me was kind of seen how do we kind of put this back together or how do we kind of find ourselves in a more harmonious way with nature and and with the world and with each other ultimately and at that point I didn't we know what that looked like which led to a lot of hardship and a lot of challenging times and stuff like that and kind of a question more than anything of direction like what direction do I take this and what direction do I take this feeling in this hardship that I feel in my heart about cultural relationships and how do I move through the world in a way that's going to affect that positively and I form it came to me is Through permaculture and looking at holistic systems of of landscape management and environmental management and how we in start to integrate our day to day lives in our lives in the places that we live kind of really putting that potency in that the emphasis on our place in those places that we occupy those places that have value to us and how do we embellish them and make them flourish in the best way as possible in through that kind of creating those ecological connections through the various different organisms that we work with including them it isn't plans and that's really where I started becoming more familiar with medicinal plants and how they could be how they can be utilized and how they can be worked with you know in nature and within our gardens and as teas and tinctures and things like that got to benefit our own health and the health of our friends and our family and through that permaculture course I really got more into the died of ethnobotanist looking at the connection between culture and plants and just seeing how instrumental plants are are in everything that we have and that we work with from our close to our food to our spices are teas and our medicines which again my focus just fell back again on the medicinal plants in the medicinal herbs through the permaculture class I found out about the rats who microbiology convergence That was happening think up at that time he was into NASCAR those around two thousand ten and I attend at that conference and I had a fascination with mushrooms before that point but it just opened my world into mushrooms even more kind of elucidated on all of the different benefits of mushrooms and all the factors from Ethno Michael J. and cultural relationships mushrooms to Michael Remediation and the the of microorganisms within our remedial attempts at the land helping to remediate Toxic land gapes the use of mushrooms in their biology how they kind of form and come together in that unique picture and story there and then also the medicinal mushrooms and so I ended up kind of going down various paths with all these things and then through as I mentioned again in a series of synchronicity I found myself with Robert Bartlett's work in my hand book called Real Alchemy and for me so you know there's the the plants and there's the medicinal plants in how I feel most people view them which is just like oh well this planet is good for that and so we use it for that and very kind of basic and why I think that there's some value for that and we've done a lot of research to understand that you know just there's a part that was listen to my heart you know that this is like okay well I don't really feel connected to this an alchemy I feel just kind of like made that whole for me additionally just be considered material objects and how they are imbued with their own life and their own vitality and that really kind of sent me further down my path and Robert is very focused on the preparations and the different aspects of the out chemical tradition he's just a wealth of knowledge but I really wanted to deepen more into the plants from that too and that's how I kind of stumbled across your school at the time spent a couple of years study being with you down there when you were still doing in person classes and deepening my relationship to the specific plants in that context of alchemy which is one of the reasons that are really I appreciate the way that you teach about it in the way that you talk about it because our contacts that I had and I feel like it's giving people a an opportunity to see plants in a in a really unique and beautiful way and you know through those times I've just kind of even in my practice of spirits and the different out chemical preparations from the plant kingdom to the minerals and the animals even a little bit in understanding some of the metal works and the deeper aspects of Alchemy and I'm just wondering in that whole picture where the mushrooms fit into it and seen them for more metaphorical perspective and how they work environment and Alchemy as I understand it and the connections just eventually farrow fungi so that's kind of a longer version of how I got where I am obviously a lot of ins and outs within the can't encapsulate in a ten minute story so awesome I mean I think it's such a potent exam sample of how when that plant pather the healing path really starts to open up like you said there's all the synchronicity is all these little pieces start falling into place all the right bits of information and knowledge and understanding comes together in the ultimately reached this this integration within us where each like a piece of the puzzle each piece clicks together to form a greater whole than each of the individual parts and and I think your story and just who you are as a really incredible example of that and and you know thinking when you were talking they're talking about the permaculture and then the mushrooms and how the mushrooms are oftentimes one way they're used in the landscape is for that remediate nation right cleaning up oil spills and toxic waste areas in just the symbolism of that and how academy as being this tradition oriented around transformation right the transformation of the body healing the it's formation of consciousness the transformation of natural objects in to a medicine in how that's kind of what the mushrooms are doing in the environment right yeah absolutely and and I mean just to touch on that point about consciousness to you know when you're working through chemical ah like all of the processes that were doing in the lab or really in our life in our everyday life and how we walk on this mother Earth you know we are imploring consciousness onto the the work that we're doing in turn it's being viewed with the beauty of nature and the intelligence nations that you were talking about and when we learn to work with the mushrooms when we weren't learning look mushrooms as the whole beans they are and listen to them in the way that you talk about listening to plants you know there's so much for us to learn about how we can live in a cohesive way within our there you go systems and with our communities our environment so you know one of the core principles in in alchemy is the doctrine of signatures right and this is something that you and I have seriously nerd out on a lot in the past in how you know everything in nature is a language everything is communicating everything about every natural being has some foreign move of message inscribed into its form and you know when people talk about doctrine of signatures oftentimes will usually in relationship to plant like all along the looks like a brain so it's good for your brain but not too many people dig into signatures and much through GMS Doug of information as like Oh all these plants have planetary correspondences and based on these planetary correspondences there's all these ways that you can get more and more I found Dacian other than like reference texts them how those planetary correspondences came to be you know says like you can look in Carrie associations and so I think one of the Times you spoke at the the Alchemy conference up in Washington you know you're talking about.

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Alchemy and Mycology with Jason Scott

The Plant Path

09:13 min | 1 year ago

Alchemy and Mycology with Jason Scott

"I've got one of my best buddies here on the line here with me Jason Scott and I've known J. for really long time I feel like we started our path in alchemy kind of at the same time and we just been really good friends ever since then have been really growing on this path in terms of the western out chemical tradition and spirit medicine preparations and herbal medicine and Jay's been doing some really incredible work in his Synergy of my college 'y and Alchemy and in preparing really incredibly powerful S- Pejic extracts of Mushrooms and Jay is a contributing author to the book radical microbiology and has been published in the verdant noces volume in threes speaking about the synergy of Alchemy and my college he's also the founder of feral fungi where he offers his spirit mushroom extracts to the world world travels all around the country teaching people about the the unique synergies that he is all about so I'm superstock to have you on the call Jason so much for joining me yeah I think they appreciate being here so you know I always like to start off our interviews here on the plant path just asking folks about their journey into herbal medicine I found that there's a lot of similarity amongst our stories and I think the stories of how you know we were walking on our road of life and at some point there came this turning point where the Lance and obviously in your case the mushrooms to release stood up in the forest and call her name and and we have this return to the natural world and the healing power of nature. I'm just curious if he can share a little bit about what your story is in regards to coming to the the medicinal virtues of nature yeah absolutely always find it hard question to answer when when people ask how how did you get into this how'd you find yourself here you know being this really unique in some times odd junction between alchemy and my college and you know the short answer is a whole series of synchronous cities and I just WanNa go into it a little bit more for you and for the listeners hear about how things kind of lined up and so I was always kind of trace it back to high school I feel like as a good starting point you know those formative years were teenagers and for me there's a lot of discordance of my heart between the way that we're living as a culture and just patterns that I felt felt disharmonious and and for me was kind of seen how do we kind of put this back together or how do we kind of find ourselves in a more harmonious way with nature and and with the world and with each other ultimately and at that point I didn't we know what that looked like which led to a lot of hardship and a lot of challenging times and stuff like that and kind of a question more than anything of direction like what direction do I take this and what direction do I take this feeling in this hardship that I feel in my heart about cultural relationships and how do I move through the world in a way that's going to affect that positively and I form it came to me is Through permaculture and looking at holistic systems of of landscape management and environmental management and how we in start to integrate our day to day lives in our lives in the places that we live kind of really putting that potency in that the emphasis on our place in those places that we occupy those places that have value to us and how do we embellish them and make them flourish in the best way as possible in through that kind of creating those ecological connections through the various different organisms that we work with including them it isn't plans and that's really where I started becoming more familiar with medicinal plants and how they could be how they can be utilized and how they can be worked with you know in nature and within our gardens and as teas and tinctures and things like that got to benefit our own health and the health of our friends and our family and through that permaculture course I really got more into the died of ethnobotanist looking at the connection between culture and plants and just seeing how instrumental plants are are in everything that we have and that we work with from our close to our food to our spices are teas and our medicines which again my focus just fell back again on the medicinal plants in the medicinal herbs through the permaculture class I found out about the rats who microbiology convergence That was happening think up at that time he was into NASCAR those around two thousand ten and I attend at that conference and I had a fascination with mushrooms before that point but it just opened my world into mushrooms even more kind of elucidated on all of the different benefits of mushrooms and all the factors from Ethno Michael J. and cultural relationships mushrooms to Michael Remediation and the the of microorganisms within our remedial attempts at the land helping to remediate Toxic land gapes the use of mushrooms in their biology how they kind of form and come together in that unique picture and story there and then also the medicinal mushrooms and so I ended up kind of going down various paths with all these things and then through as I mentioned again in a series of synchronicity I found myself with Robert Bartlett's work in my hand book called Real Alchemy and for me so you know there's the the plants and there's the medicinal plants in how I feel most people view them which is just like oh well this planet is good for that and so we use it for that and very kind of basic and why I think that there's some value for that and we've done a lot of research to understand that you know just there's a part that was listen to my heart you know that this is like okay well I don't really feel connected to this an alchemy I feel just kind of like made that whole for me additionally just be considered material objects and how they are imbued with their own life and their own vitality and that really kind of sent me further down my path and Robert is very focused on the preparations and the different aspects of the out chemical tradition he's just a wealth of knowledge but I really wanted to deepen more into the plants from that too and that's how I kind of stumbled across your school at the time spent a couple of years study being with you down there when you were still doing in person classes and deepening my relationship to the specific plants in that context of alchemy which is one of the reasons that are really I appreciate the way that you teach about it in the way that you talk about it because our contacts that I had and I feel like it's giving people a an opportunity to see plants in a in a really unique and beautiful way and you know through those times I've just kind of even in my practice of spirits and the different out chemical preparations from the plant kingdom to the minerals and the animals even a little bit in understanding some of the metal works and the deeper aspects of Alchemy and I'm just wondering in that whole picture where the mushrooms fit into it and seen them for more metaphorical perspective and how they work environment and Alchemy as I understand it and the connections just eventually farrow fungi so that's kind of a longer version of how I got where I am obviously a lot of ins and outs within the can't encapsulate in a ten minute story

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Dana Clark I'm Jason Scott for WWJ newsradio nine fifteen thanks so much for joining us that shower to round overnight of most numerous south of the city Los sixty four the complete accu weather forecast coming up Carol Erickson teaming up with tia Graham traffic and weather at ten OO eight right now we have cloudy conditions downtown but wet conditions at metro airport seventy six degrees W. W. J. news time ten oh three both the south feel police and Michigan state police they see an armed woman refusing to come out of her home in Southfield tonight newsradio nine fifties that Clark joining us live in local to tell us why is that and Jason there's more to this story it's believe this all began with a murder in that south field home authorities say they received a call around four this afternoon that a woman may have shot her husband when police arrived at that house near Las or and six ninety six they put on the woman's husband fatally shot on the kitchen floor they were able to remove the victim from the house but the woman remains inside a swat team is being used as is a robot the Michigan state police bomb squad is an active scene for about six hours now we'll update this story as more information becomes available reporting live that Clark at W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty quite a break about quite a bit of progress now for DTE energy crews are working to restore that power to hundreds of thousands of customers but the lights are still off to about two hundred ninety thousand homes and businesses tonight's across southeast Michigan DTE says they're having a hard time getting the manpower they need after what it's called the second worst outage in the countries and companies history this follows up that wind storm from March twenty seventeen they tell us crews from multiple states are reluctant to help because of severe weather expected in those areas heather of art is senior vice presidents of electrical operation zap the utility she's she spoke live today on news radio nine fifty thousand of our own crews and contractors on our property out there working and restoration so when can we expect the likes to come back on our goal is to have everyone back on no later than the end of the day on Wednesday and the majority of customers will be back much sooner than that the lord says crews are also working to repair more than two thousand down lines now if you do come across a downed lines stay at least twenty feet away and treat them as if they are live last night's storm spelling major trouble for a certain homeowner in Sinclair shores Laurie gracious says a large tree fell over on top of her gawk blur street home she was home at the time with her family last night and she told W. W. J. she thought it was thunder and as it turns out it was Matt binder with a tree falling on her house he has I. man looked out that window again and I could see the branches of the trees that large tree in front of the house pushed up against the window the car was also struck luckily no one was hurt by the extreme W. W. J. news time ten oh six a university of Michigan senior that was recently crowned Miss World Michigan had her title stripped away last Thursday after controversial tweets surfaced from her account Kathy Zhu sharing emails from the Miss World America organization that culture tweets about both Muslims and African Americans quote offensive insensitive and inappropriate Jew who stands by her since deleted tweets says this is a reoccurring problem I think really H. you know shine light on the the biases against conservative was she tells W. W. J. that she is Chinese American and she says politics is not bound by identity or in that understand that all races all colors all ages you know because all the core conservative out the Miss World America organization meantime did not immediately respond to a request by our newsroom for comment police are on the look out for a young girl who ran away from home and has not returned fourteen year old and technique Johnson was last seen July the eleventh at her home along will Fred that's in the area of grass should now to drive on the east side police say she ran away from home three or four times in the past but usually returns after a few hours she's described as a black female with long brown hair box braids and brown eyes he was last seen wearing a light green tee shirts army green camo print joggers and white and gray flip flops well the city of north bill and Northville township dealing with phone issues tonight's affecting the area is nine one one services officials say neither community has working non emergency lines.

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Australia probes reports of citizen detained in North Korea

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Australia probes reports of citizen detained in North Korea

"Australia's trying to confirm reports one of its citizens has been held in north korea media say alex sigli who runs tools and submits social media posts sense being detail paned bloomberg's jason scorza reports north korea's previously stoked international allegations it is inducted foreign citizens most recently when american college student otto warmbier died in two thousand seventeen following more than a year of captivity in camera jason scott bloomberg

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"jason scott" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jason Scott, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, several transatlantic splits hangover meeting of foreign ministers in Brussels today. Bloomberg's Jonathan stone says us might hinder the blocks ability to address overseas threats chief among those Iran following its decision to scale back commitments on the two thousand fifteen international nuclear cord, which the US abandoned last year and Europe is desperate to uphold while lacking tools to counter renewed American sanctions against Iran. The deliberations will also focus on Libya or the you as she can do Bolden the United Nations support mission in Brussels, John from Stearns, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, the application of Japan's Emperor Akihito and the enthronement till the sun narrow heater. You have provided a bump in the polls full prime minister Shinzo while they Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds says this comes before an upper house election in July after played a prominent role in the once in a generation ceremonies and apoe carried out by the Nikkei newspaper at the weekend. Fantasy support had risen by seven percentage points to fifty five percent Abbas already set to become the longest serving prime minister in November in Tokyo, Isabel Reynolds, Lindbergh, daybreak Europe and Finally President Cyril Ramaphosa succeeded in guiding the ANC to it's six straight victory in South Africa for the party that's worth a national results since the end of apartheid. Now, he faces a challenge of picking a cabinet the president aims to dismantle corruption in the country and revive a flagging economy. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and listen more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Dan guarantees. This is Bloomberg Nara Leon. Thank you so much. Now, here's a look. At what you should be watching this week as Leon was mentioning world news US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is today expected to travel to Brussels to talk with European leaders about Iran Wednesday is the deadline for money managers to file their thirteen forms to disclose their holdings and Thursday, a whole sway. The policymakers are speaking from the Bank of England Bank of Canada. And the Rix Bank with thirty minutes as the equity market open. We started flat when are edging into negative territory. Carolina to those futures weren't entirely accurate now still head of Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Both hands on the wheel is shaping up to be a shaky day for global equities. That mean, more trouble..

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 Australian prime minister hit with egg in protest

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Australian prime minister hit with egg in protest

"Prime minister Scott Morrison has shrugged off the perils of the Australian election campaign trail when a protest is bid to smash an egg on his head failed. Bloomberg's Jason Scott. How's the details? The female. Protest of through the eggs from short range while he was campaigning. In a rural town they've projectile to bounce off the back of the prime minister's head on broken. He laid a tweet a day. He would stand up to cowardly activists Morrison's conservative government narrowly trails, the main opposition labor party in opinion. Polls ahead of the mayor eighteen

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Jason Scott for W w j CBS news update, some House Democrats want to pick up the mole report and run into impeachment hearings. They had a conference call tonight about the way forward CBS news legal contributor, Rebecca, ROY. I think impeachment decision is a political decision has been made by the house. I think it's very clear from the report that the pattern of conduct was incredibly inappropriate. And what you want to do with it to that whether to leave it to congress or to leave it to the American people to determine what the consequences of that is. As for White House counsel. Don, Mcgann is being subpoenaed to testify before the House Judiciary committee CBS news legal analyst, Jane Rosenbaum was inevitable since Mcgann came across in the Muller report as being the most appalled by President Trump's actions in fending off the Muller investigation trying to fire Muller and then ask him again to lie about the request looks like obstruction of Justice CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. Still following that fatal shooting in Detroit Detroit police or telling w w j at about seven o'clock tonight of forty seven year old woman attempted to run a thirty seven year old woman down with the vehicle. She was driving. That's what investigators say the Thirty-seven-year-old discharged several shots fatally shooting the seven year old the crime scene at Fordham in Hayes near seven mile. Police say the Thirty-seven-year-old woman is a CPO holder and is now detained on scene. We're continuing to follow this developing story, stay with us for the latest in. Inkster tracking dogs are going through a neighborhood after a broad daylight murder today. Michigan state police first Lieutenant Michael Shaw says the suspects and the victim they pulled up next to each other in the streets in their cars. This along Lehigh street near Inkster road and van born for some sort of meeting in the roadway. A fight broke out the suspects than shot the victim he got out of his vehicle, but collapsed and died. The suspects took off we are still looking for him. So anybody that lives in Inkster lives around that area? That miss a couple of individuals run through their neighborhood where he'd be more than happy to take their information at the metro south. Lieutenant Shaw says it's too soon to tell the motive for the murder, but it does not appear to be random the victim's identity has yet to be released a Kansas zookeeper who was attacked by a seven year old male. Tiger named Sanjay is now out of intensive care. Zoo director, Brendan Wiley credits swift action of three staff members for saving their coworkers. Life some of the things I've heard from our staff.

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You might put things online to make them permanent, but internet archives can disappear

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:46 min | 2 years ago

You might put things online to make them permanent, but internet archives can disappear

"This. And Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. And by click share an award winning wireless. Presentation system, quick share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit Barco dot com slash click share to learn more. That's B A R CO dot com slash click. Share? The internet may be the repository of all human knowledge in history. But that doesn't mean it's reliable storage from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Just in the past few weeks the social network Google, plus shutdown taking all its archives with it, including the profile pages of Google, founders removing access to insights about the company's history and previous decisions Facebook said it quote, mistakenly deleted posts by CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. But it also changed how it archives corporate announcements and blog posts in a way that makes them harder to find. And my space accidentally lost twelve years of posts from its users, including their estimated fifty million original songs Jason Scott is an archivist with the internet archive, a nonprofit digital library, which managed to recover a tiny fraction of those songs. So basically my space which was one of the largest sites of the two thousands, always encouraged people to upload, videos and music and photos, and then it turned out. Last year during a migration they lost everything that was older than about three or four years. And there's estimates going around of something like fifty million songs and the internet archive was handed from an academic group. A USB drive worth of songs so about five hundred and forty thousand songs which had been done as part of a academic study on music networks back in two thousand ten and that's the only reason we have this music. It's not anywhere near a full recovery. I wish it was. Wow. So how common is it for these private companies? Like, my space our Facebook or Google to either accidentally or intentionally lose information. So the accidental will always get a headline. And luckily that doesn't happen as much as it might have done years ago but intentional where they hit the end of a product's life cycle. We're in the situation right now where people have a lot of data that means something to them. And they're getting very surprised a lot, right? And this sort of raises this sir, fundamental question. Which is are there any rules? Are there any laws or regulations about what companies have to hold onto? And then any recourse, if they don't generally know, there's certainly a lot of laws around health information due to hip, but we don't do that for other data. And so I'm very much thinking of this as a tenant landlord situation that there are responsibilities that really should be in their if their housing your data because they are certainly benefiting from it. Right. It sounds like you're really saying that preservation and archiving should be part of the kind of larger data conversation that we're having right now. Like, should that be part of the GDP are or any version of regulations like that that might come to the US don't think it's unrealistic to say that like X? Sport the ability to pull out data the ability to be notified and have it held for a certain period of time after shutdown that this should be part of the online experience. Let me offer though, the kind of alternate via which is you know, what is it something like ninety percent of all of the data in the world's been created in the last twenty years and data centers are increasingly gigantic and consume tons and tons of energy and represent a real threat to the climate. Is there also a conversation that we need to be having about data expiration? So I would say that it's an interesting argument to argue about the environmentals, but you look at something like bitcoin, which nobody knew about years ago. And now suddenly takes up such a percentage of energy. And I think we're going to continue to see waves of that it's in companies interests to make data hosting data retrieval and everything else. Be as inexpensive as. Possible. And there's money to be made. I could definitely see an argument that people generate too much data, and that we end up with a lot of data. But I think that choice should be yours. Not something you read about in a tweet, you know, the next day because something went quote, unquote wrong. So I definitely think there's something to be argued there. But it's the problem here is just one of they are efficiently or inefficiently losing the data of users who have no say and no knowledge of what they're doing in terms of keeping access to their own data. So then just sort of simply put for consumers out there. How reliable is the digital record? The digital record is very reliable until it isn't. Like it lets you have enormous amounts of reach easy copying easy access easy sharing. But when things go wrong, they will go wrong utterly you can recover. A burned book, you can't recover. A literally dead disc that doesn't work at all without spending an amount of money that nobody would spend. And so we have kind of the best of times in the worst times right now. And I think that people should just be aware that if something matters to them that in some ways, they need to be the caretaker Jason Scott is an archivist with the internet archive. He told us the archive had been trying to preserve the public posts from Google plus before it shut down, and that it proved to be over a pedal bite of data or a million gigabytes. So I guess some people use it after all.

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Senate approves farm bill compromise that avoids food stamp cuts

24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Senate approves farm bill compromise that avoids food stamp cuts

"Jason Scott the votes eighty seven to thirteen the Senate approved legislation which supplements billions of dollars for American farmers strengthens local farmers markets while rejecting stricter limits on food stamps, all of which was pushed by House Republicans. The Bill worth eight hundred sixty seven billion dollars now heads to the US house. Which is

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Jason Scott with the story coming up at the bottom of the hour. Plus, if you stated a Marriott hotel over the past few years, check, your Bank statements, the hotel chain has experienced a data breach. They say it is infected affected that is further and a half a billion customers. This has the potential to go down in history. As one of the worst data breaches ever. More coming up. Also coming up at the bottom of the hour. The latest on the earthquake in Alaska WW J news time, eight twenty four. Stargate November thirtieth. A young star cluster that may be like a smaller version of the moves the low across the sky on late autumn evenings despite that comparison, though, it hasn't received a lot of attention in part, that's because of its location Blanco one is in the constellation sculptor, which is quite low in the south at nightfall until recent decades there were a lot of research telescopes in the southern hemisphere. So the cluster was hard to study. And even today, astronomers are still trying to figure it out one thing they may have lockdown is its distance the guy spacecraft's measured. Several of the cluster stars. It came up with a distance of about seven hundred fifty light years a good bit closer than earlier estimates. Astronomers are still working on Blanco once population. The cluster appears to contain several hundred stars roughly half as many as the please. It's also home to. Several dozen failed stars known as Brown dwarfs the clusters age is uncertain as well. But it's probably somewhere around a hundred million years when you put it all together, the cluster is like a smaller twin cities, which is also known.

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"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jason scott" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fifty. I'm Jason Scott. Good evening. Top stories at ten twenty a boil water advisory looming over the city of Belleville a citywide water shutoff went into effect late this afternoon following a water main break along Huron river drive. No word when that water will be turned back on for all residents. But when service is restored all those residents in Belleville will be urged to boil their water for cooking and drinking. We're learning more about that limousine crash which killed twenty people in upstate New York. Police say that limo failed to stop at a highway intersection plowing into a parking lot it then struck a parked car. The ants of a victim said the passengers were on their way to a young woman's birthday party her and her three sisters and their spouse were killed in the accident. Also, it was her thirtieth birthday, the National Transportation Safety board is trying to determine what caused the crash it's outside of Albany all eighteen passengers of that limo. And to pedestrians were killed in other news, you can call her the Queen of the frogs sixth grader trinity fa vase at Switzer elementary in the Utica community. Schools says she wants to show that one person can make a difference and protecting our environment that just one person just cleaning up a little trash and the environment can make a really big difference. And and fittings are actually really sensitive to the environment. So it's really important to keep it clean. And what does trinity hope to do when she grows up? I'm not sure exactly what creir I want. I mean, I kinda wanna be teacher for preschoolers. But I do always wanted to be connected with and fittings in nature, and I will always just keep.

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China may reject new trade talks if more tariffs imposed

24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

China may reject new trade talks if more tariffs imposed

"Park off points in between. The news watch never stops on NewsRadio nine fifty. Another US Chinese terrified reportedly around the corner here CBS news correspondent, Tom Foty. In the US are expected to hold new trade talks involving tariffs, but President Trump recently headed there could be new US tariffs on some Chinese made goods soon. Now, the Wall Street Journal reports Mr. Trump will go ahead and impose tariffs of about ten

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Bipartisan House group presses Google over China censorship

24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Bipartisan House group presses Google over China censorship

"At least ten people and killing one. Andover. Massachusetts town manager Andrew Flanagan says there's no time line when residents can return we're going through a process with utility identifying which area the town that this most impacted in order to provide an accurate time line of when people may be able to return to their homes until then people should just stay away. Supreme court nominee. Brad cavenaugh the subject of a mysterious statement issued by the Senate Judiciary committee's ranking member. The Senate Judiciary committee is expected to vote next Thursday on Kavanagh's

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Detroit Tigers announcers Mario Impemba, Rod Allen suspended for rest of season after alleged altercation

Dave Ramsey

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit Tigers announcers Mario Impemba, Rod Allen suspended for rest of season after alleged altercation

"Rod Allen. And Mario in Pemba for the remainder of the season will not call Tigers game for Fox Sports Detroit scoring to a statement for the cable station following this week's reported physical altercation between the two men sooner or later, they're going to need to talk about what happened Mario and rod or probably going to need to speak publicly about this somehow if they want to. Continue working for FOX here in Detroit, or maybe get a job elsewhere, and broadcasting sooner or later, the public the fans the industry is going to need to know what really happened man Friedman co-founder, a PR firm Tanner Friedman calls this a balancing act between the legal interests of Fox Sports Detroit in the public's desire to know, exactly. What happened?

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Aretha Franklin's eulogy was 'offensive and distasteful,' family says

24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Aretha Franklin's eulogy was 'offensive and distasteful,' family says

"Aretha. Franklin's family says the eulogy on Friday was offensive and distasteful more from WWF as Ingrid Kelly. Where's the? Family members of a wreath. Franklin say, they believe the eulogy delivered. At her funeral was inappropriate calling it distaste ball. The eulogy was delivered by the Reverend Jaspar Williams junior who described kids being in a home without a father as abortion after birth and said black lives do not matter unless black stop killing one another Franklin's family members say they expected a eulogy that concentrated on her life and legacy a spokesperson for Williams released a statement on Monday, saying he respects the families viewpoints. And that he's sorry. They feel that way.

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Bishop sorry for embrace of Ariana Grande at Aretha funeral

24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Bishop sorry for embrace of Ariana Grande at Aretha funeral

"Five after seemingly getting a little. Too friendly with pop star, Ariana GRANDE day at. Aretha Franklin's funeral Friday Bishop Charles Ellis the third issued an apology Images and video from the. Event show LS, hand close to ground as breast is he embraced her following her performance of Aretha has natural woman on top of that speaking. To the Associated Press Bishop Ellis. Said he's sorry, for making a joke about Grandes name saying it sounded like something on the menu at.

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Aretha Franklin Funeral Bishop Apologizes To Ariana Grande

24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Aretha Franklin Funeral Bishop Apologizes To Ariana Grande

"Bishop Charles Ellis the third. Issuing an apology, today after seemingly getting a little. Too friendly with pop star Ariana 'Grande at yesterday's funeral for Aretha. Franklin images and video. From that event show Ellis's hand close to ground as breast. As he embraced. Her following her performance at a wreath is after. She performed, Aretha. Wreath natural woman he tells the. Associated Press, well, quote, it would never be my intention to touch. Anyone's breast perhaps he quote crossed a border. He, also apologized for making a joke about, her name saying it, sounds like something on the menu at Taco Bell he says he did. Not want to be a distraction on a day which belonged to Aretha,

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NCAA clears Michigan State in Nassar scandal

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

NCAA clears Michigan State in Nassar scandal

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2 Dead, 11 Injured In Mass Shooting At Video Game Tournament In Florida

24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

2 Dead, 11 Injured In Mass Shooting At Video Game Tournament In Florida

"Top stories. At three twenty and eighty one year old man in Kent County is dead. After contracting West Nile virus it makes two fatalities this year from the illness. In the, state of Michigan last week the Michigan department of health confirmed seven. Other human cases in Florida the Jacksonville sheriff's department is holding a news conference at this moment on yesterday's mass shooting during a Madden nineteen video, game tournament two were killed eleven others hurt when a lone gunman opened fire, in a restaurant at Jacksonville landing surveillance footage from. Inside the restaurant clearly shows this. Is, a

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U.S. stock futures hit record high following speech from Fed's Powell

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:20 min | 2 years ago

U.S. stock futures hit record high following speech from Fed's Powell

"Really now European stocks finished Friday. Little change this morning. We're seeing the futures rising though your stocks fifty futures higher by four tenths of one percent. Racing dachshund futures high more than half of one percent Asian equities getting a boost. As well investors digesting the Fed's symposium in. Jackson Hole perhaps it orchids meshes message. From Thatcher Jerome Powell than expected investors also. Digesting moves by the c. Scene tilting towards. A stronger Yuan the Shanghai composite on. The back of that rising by one point, seven percent the Hang Seng bomas two. Point one percent and. In Tokyo the Nikkei two to five Shut up shop with a gain of run about nine tenths. Of one. Percent. The Bloomberg dollar spot index little changed as I look at it now a dropped on Friday remember we are, seeing euro dollar under a little bit, of pressure here at one spot sixteen zero seven I mentioned the u on it is also, coming onto, pops, a. Little bit of pressure only marginally so though as I look at. The on shore you on down by about, a tenth, of one percent against the dollar trading at six. Point eight one seven five we are also keeping, an eye, on. The Turkish lira this morning it is now down by almost one point seven percent the Turkish lira under. Under watch hair as Turkish domestic. Markets are getting back online after a week long

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Donald Trump, Selfie and Tom Buckley discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Donald Trump, Selfie and Tom Buckley discussed on 24 Hour News

"Man president Donald Trump's social media, company says social media companies are silencing millions of people. Tweeting today, he, says quote people have to figure out what is real and. Without censorship his commentary comes as many outlets have, banned info wars, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from. Their

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