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"joe miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"joe miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"But a season Gaetan, he's gonna have to do the same thing throughout through through tough times and through success. Very good stuff there, John. I wonder what you think. With with Joe Milton and his arm strength like It's great being throw it 70 are 70 yards. Can you throw a accurately the they taught the accuracy? I want to ask you just what do you think Like when people talk about Joe Miller? They're talking about like, not just that he's got a great arm. It's like one of the rare arms like At least that's what that is, at least being talked about. I wonder. What That kind of arm strength can do if you're Ah, if you're a play caller, what Maybe we could expect if this really is some kind of Ah, I'm kind of cannon. That is just, you know, just this elite arm by it, You know, like everybody gets. Wow. You know about a fastball, but well, what can I do for the offense? Well, it gives you some options. You know it. It is one thing to have a strong arm that that's that's key that gives you advantages a quarterback, but we already talked about how important completion Percentages, if you if you could throw it all over the field, but it never lands on a receiver that you're not doing very good. Kind of like my drive in Gulf. I can hit 1000 yards, but it's never straight. So it really doesn't matter how far you get hit it. You're not good at the game of golf. But you know, with with having a strong arm as an offense coordinator in an offense, general It gives you the ability to move the throw the ball downfield. You know, I'm gonna say this a lot of times, people like why don't we throw the ball downfield more? Well, you know, there's a reason We just don't try to throw the ball downfield on game day. You practice it. And if you're not successful the whole week of practice That's not going to make game day. Ah, playbook. So if it gives you the flexibility to throw the ball downfield more Accurately and If you construct the field, and you can capitalize on two or three deep balls in a game that makes a huge difference. It's stretching the defense and opening up the rest of your playbook. But if you're one dimensional and you don't have a quarterback that can get it down the field with some velocity and take advantage of his that velocity Hit open receiver before the defender can close the gap. Then you're never going to know you're never going to get it downfield. But if you've got Ah strongarm That can get it down the field. To open receivers while there while they're open. That changes how the defense prepares for you, and it opens up the offense for a lot of other things throughout the game. So if he's got that kind of talent that kind of strength in his arms On the accuracy is there that that's that's great. That's a great recipe for what you want and in my mind is a Michigan quarterback. Done way. We appreciate you coming on the day. I want to say thanks. Look forward to hearing your you in the future, talkingabout the offense, the quarterback position pretty much the offense and see what you like and which don't like in how they how they do during this season. This pandemic season. This shorten Ah, season. Well, I'm looking forward to orgasm. Glad football's back on. I appreciate you guys continue to have me and I'll add what value I can't on Monday afternoons. They appreciate it. Have a great weekend. Yes, Dennis, I don't. We're going to go to a break. But when we come back and Dennis, we've been talking about this, we're going to construct. A legendary I need you to construct your legendary coaching staff you of him coaching staff of former players. That you can pay anybody. Anyone you want. Former player, former coach, whoever I want to know your head Coach Offensive coordinated your defense of coordinated. I want to know the running back, Coach. I want to know your your offense of lying coach. I'm using place. I'm going with players. I know the coaches. That's not fair. I'm going to use players. So all of that on the other side, Miss. I expect you to come want to. You're listening to the M Zone. This is the em zone. Other banks charge fees on savings and checking accounts doesn't sound good. Does it? Capital, one reimagined banking,.

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

"With the death toll at sixty eight so far federal and Massachusetts state authorities are looking into a corona virus outbreak at the state run Holyoke soldiers home the home superintendent Bennett Walsh who's been placed on administrative leave has defended his response and accuses state officials of falsely claiming they were unaware of the scope of the problem Joe Miller a nurse who works at the home says due to persistent staffing issues workers were constantly moving between units and spreading the germs eighty one employees have tested positive for the virus as have an additional eighty two residents hi Mike Rossio

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Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Nearly 70 dead in 'horrific' outbreak at veterans home

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting a soldier's home in Massachusetts has been hit hard by covert nineteen with the death toll at sixty eight so far federal and Massachusetts state authorities are looking into a corona virus outbreak at the state run Holyoke soldiers home the home superintendent Bennett Walsh who's been placed on administrative leave has defended his response and accuses state officials of falsely claiming they were on aware of the scope of the problem Joe Miller a nurse who works at the home says due to persistent staffing issues workers were constantly moving between units and spreading the germs eighty one employees have tested positive for the virus as have an additional eighty two residents hi Mike Rossio

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NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

SportsCenter AllNight

09:10 min | 1 year ago

NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

"Our next guest had a legendary career at Michigan he was outstanding receiver in the NFL he is the author of a new book in the title really does say it all doing it my way my outspoken life as a Michigan Wolverines NFL receiver and beyond it's a pleasure to welcome to this sporting life the one and only Braylon Edwards Braylon thank you for joining us. the long time it's been a long time since we spoke at an end and as you were dressed in the book Braylon when people think about you they don't just think about your talents as a receiver they don't think about the big games that AC title games or the rose bowls they think about the controversies what you you delve into them in this book why did you want to you know dredge all that stuff up. a lot of times people get attention as they tell their story or what exactly happened so one thing come out is more so with the perception is that the time and then it becomes a story and in all the years you know and that's what it is written in stone so it was a good time for me to be able to tell all the stories and under every story from do you eyes two incidents outside my clothes will arise and people works better there were other things at at playing in those situations but I just sold you know not saying anything but the media dictate that the media the media personnel for markings dictate a on one matter and I got quiet never said anything and those things never get a chance to you know get toggle plus a lot of good things happen to you know there's a lot of philanthropic endeavors that happened a lot happier off the field have a great there are a lot of other things to talk about you know depression bullying when I was a kid so it's a heck of a store and has a lot of things that we can put out there in the book speaking with Braylon Edwards the former Pro Bowl receiver the former Michigan Wolverines star he was the third overall pick in the two thousand five NFL draft by the Cleveland Browns it only your third season in the league Braylon you at twelve hundred eighty nine receiving yards right AT receptions are your pro bowler you had some other good years notably with the jets in twenty ten almost a thousand yards receiving but you're clear didn't go the way you hoped it would go eight and and although he lasted much longer than most last in the NFL you you you were someone who is thought of as a hall of fame talent. if their injuries there are other things that went on what was it like just being caught up in that maelstrom and and not being able to get every ounce of your talents to use every ounce the weight that you would have wished our records right you know a lot of times he says spray Kato where you go online for you were you drafted what can you play for I was not at the Cleveland Browns and United play with injuries and uncertainties and continue with. in your world organizational changes office according to head coach ownership ID with kids go to New York Jets have young quarterback was did it for us but there wasn't a lot of. Aaron it outside there were you going to have success then I had a knee injury San Fran I rushed back to the field to get out there because your Harbaugh's how could a person on and it was the first time I hadn't been in a stable situation you know I got that right is a one year deal there was no stability there was no next year there was no gas I was going to start so when I got hurt when I was starting to try to come back try to rise back needed never was the same a play for Seattle I still feel the nails in quarters on sat I'm way way too young at their target core those that travel more time with jet and two thousand thirteen and Lincoln totally with Michael in the preseason against the Jaguars. it is it was times that I mean I I I will smite curricula definitely connect them when I was a kid the one of those guys. got drafted in the end of the first round to the coat so to the you know to a team that won the cowboys Burgoon a play yard can do more to maybe just have a consistent office right you know it is clear that I had seventeen quarterbacks and and for that reason I remember I remember all those guys no no I mean it's hard to remember all of them but I remember that there were a lot of them yeah I mean it was the with Braylon Edwards and his new book is doing it my way my it's spoken life is a Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond really before we let you go it's great catching up after all these years but you've been out in the news a little bit recently you're talking about your alma mater talk about your former coach Jim Harbaugh and and the words you've used I think are light years behind that team in Columbus Ohio a lot Ohio state and it's it's everyone's entitled to their opinion and I would never discourage anyone from sharing their opinions especially someone with the standing that you have what makes you say that the other than the fact that Michigan's lost fourteen out of fifteen to Ohio state well for them and that's a great start but United in the in the space of the conversation that was more so long live. as they have the idea of a state trooper who over the last year he started without one which says look from trestle so first we'll start a minor. by my Dennis they're gonna have a quarterback that can run quarterbacks that can pass the ball sort thank you have athletes at the wide receiver position they could take the ball and taunted him call back and have a great run again and I have great uses if you look at the changes over the last eighteen years they all have the same I didn't you know how they're able to have success in order to be a national championship game you have to have the formula is you need a defense that can play and win games defense bill instead but you have to have a quarterback yeah arguably in highland conversation that definitely should be first team all conference and you have to have a running back that is potentially a second round us or in the hive in conversation apply when you look at certain things all have stayed in one of when you watch them play you see a team that you know has the potential to be there at the end of the year we watch Oklahoma we watch the cleanse Alabama Georgia where you are these things you see something bad okay this is this is even ten straight year with a Honda fit yet so you know that we watch miss again you have the same question each year by year who's going to be the quarterback who's going to run the ball on this game hasn't had that yeah all dirt like Lansing Michigan office is that lived in our rabbit I do not around and finished in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen and before that you know who the other guy you know was listening at the wide receiver play make would like this guy's just it is with the the creme de la creme like he's the one I don't mean to talk about my is usually does our ideas right. nineteen ninety six so what's being said ideas on that that was going to take forty Janes national I mean by light years behind my house they get sick and they stay true lies we've been asking the same question of Michigan there's love the arms of our book let's go the radio because the rates right every year who's the quarterback the quarterback gonna be who's going to be an issue I can always between three guys it's never a guy would never moving the next season of their lives guys come back we're gonna build around him even this year's like say that is in that wires yeah this is what I said okay last year but even if your life is your McAfee gonna be you guys Joe Miller even twenty years ago when one of those guys was named Tom Brady couldn't get the job exactly or did you incident Brady is it US got left cooking the bouldering so it's always a question about the way I received right I have you so those are questions at the major institutions that away those are not the question so I did and that's what I mean by light years I know people eight years I would say in the way. that's what I mean the identity has not been there it's it's tough love for Braylon Edwards for his beloved Wolverines his new book is doing it my way my outspoken life and it is still outspokenness Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond Braylon as I said it's a pleasure catching up with you and congratulations with the book and a good luck with us on as many as possible so I like to tell the others to come on the show. thank you maybe I will we'll catch up with the recap in a round thanksgiving before those they I would love to do

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"joe miller" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Carolina outdoor pursuits. He's the author of adventure. Carolina's guidebooks articles on health and fitness, as well as the man in charge of get going North Carolina dot com. But today Don just as you brought it up. We're talking about swimming. Let's welcome. Joe to the program right now. So Joe Miller of get going North Carolina. Welcome to the Carolina outdoors. Well, thanks for having me. Joe we are pretty hot down here in Charlotte. And we have the insight from you. Via your articles of these wonderful places, really across the state of North Carolina that we can go to cool off. Will you start us off with maybe some of your, your personal favorite places to go for swim in North Carolina? Yeah. So, so we lead get going in seaweeds weekend, camping hiking trips and also backpack trips. And when we get into June, July, and August, we almost always make them around some sort of a water feature. So we have one coming up we're going to a place called standing Indian, which is in the far far far western part of the state. It's west of Franklin, and it's there's a campground, there that we stay out, and there's Kinsey creek runs through it in the great thing about this creek is a mountain creek. It goes right through the campground, and we'll come back from a ten eleven mile hike people get their lawn chairs and they'll just plop their lawn chairs down the creek and have a seat and spend the rest of an eighty degree day. And it's, it's really just a marvelous spot in, and it's amazing. How relaxed be just sitting in a mountain creek and. And basically doing nothing except talking to people. So that's, that's a favorite another place that we like to go. This is more for backpacking the Wilson creek area. And what of people aren't familiar with Wilson creek it sits on the southwest flank of bit of, grandfather mountain, it's a drainage for grandfather, and as a result, it's, it's just got a ton of water and the main the main access area along Wilson creek. It's really crowded on the summer's day it's got a narrow dirt road that goes up and it's, it's kinda got this wild west pioneer atmosphere, where pose a parked all over the place and, you know, off the side of the road and on the shoulder and it gets a little.

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What does it mean to be "employed" in the gig economy?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:47 min | 2 years ago

What does it mean to be "employed" in the gig economy?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people first and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click 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 click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. What does it mean to be employed in the gig economy? A new European law. Tries to answer that question from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I may me Scott in for Molly would. This week the European parliament passed a law establishing basic rights for workers in the gig economy that could apply to some three million. People from Uber drivers to careers for the UK's delivery, the law requires companies to pay when work is cancelled last minute or for mandatory training, it also bans exclusivity clauses, which prevent freelancers from gigging for other companies. It's supposed to make working short-term gigs a little more stable. Joe Miller is a business and tech reporter with the BBC who's been following this law. It was mainly targeted at the biz of this. Well, and things like toss grab it essentially at based services that supply on demand sevices such as transport to delivery in reality. The legislation encompasses a fob ruled a section of the economy people who clean offices. Includes people who work for possible delivery companies. So the legislation could apply to a fall fall brought a sector than just those big tech foams that we've all come to know, why are these changes needed? What kinds of abuses were workers talking about that? This law is trying to address. Yes. The range of abuses require massive from people who being booked for work, and then never been given that work, you know, just being left in the lurch with no work, and no pay to people who have worked hundreds of days a year without any holiday pay people not being offered any compensation when they're sick despite working for the same company as intially for many, many months a weeks. So there's been an awful lot of activism around this and an awful lot of legal challenges around this of people coming forward with all sorts of employment concerns, these Member States have up to three years to begin to enforce this seems like a long time with a lot. Out of room for maneuvering, it is a long time. But critics would also point out that this only applies to people who are employed now that tightening up definition of who's employed the saying if you work three hours a week for a company that is considered employment. But of course, the big battlefield between the likes of Uber left and deliver around the weld and various authorities has been they've always claimed that they are just the facilitator between a customer and a self employed contractor now that is not covered by this legislation 'cause this legislation narrowly only applies to people who are employed, and you can expect that to be many many challenges on the definition of who is employed. This doesn't really solve anything in the immediate future. It's just a blueprint of how things may look the BBC's Joe Miller what could this year opean law mean for American workers? Well, Miller says think about what happened with the GDP are. The European privacy regulation that took effect last year. It led a lot of tech companies to change their practices here too. And now for some related links here in the US the rise of the gig economy may be distorting some economic data over at axios frequent marketplace guests Dion Ribaut and wrote about a new paper from the Dallas fed. It says the headline unemployment rate now at three point eight percent may low ball the number of gig workers who are unemployed or under employed because contract workers aren't on the payroll. They aren't counted as unemployed even when they're not working we've got links to John's piece and the Dallas fed paper at marketplace, tech dot org. Also, while you're there, check out another story from the ethica times Cornell University surveyed New Yorkers who use platforms like Uber post mates and grub hub to make a living among the two hundred seventy people surveyed only thirteen percent said they could get by by working for those apps alone, many relied on public assistance and juggled several apps at once to make ends meet Matt Purdy produced this. Tweaks marketplace tech along with Stephanie Hughes eve tro is our senior producer, Dan Powell is our engineer, I'm Amy Scott. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by click share, an award winning wireless presentation system with click share, and you're meeting you can share your screen instantly from any device. No more awkward small talk or wasted time as you wait. For tech problems to be fixed. Click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation scream. So everyone can work together. 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"joe miller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"People in the northeastern state of. Assam of their citizenship Assam's fertile wetlands have attracted work is to, the state for centuries, but the government says holds of, migrants from neighboring Bangladesh threatened. To derail Assam's democracy and the millions identified as a legal must be purged from electoral rolls. And expelled from India authorities have been quick to emphasize that new media deportations will take place, yet Assam's Bengali Muslims many of whom have had their. Citizenship papers rejected fit they are being deliberately targeted by the ruling BJP party which has promised to embrace Hindu. Migrants to the BBC's Joe Miller more than three hundred people died in July from weather related disasters in one. Of Japan's deadliest, months in recent years, I came record rainfall, followed by record temperatures topping. One hundred four degrees this. Is townhall. Dot. Com Billionaire industrialist Charles coke is warning that Trump administration trade policies could trigger recession the conservative. Activists criticized the Republican presidents brewing international trade war is hundreds of donors gathered for a private, retreat in the Colorado mountains coke told reporters quote protectionism. At any level is detrimental you noted that Mr. Trump's approach could lead to a recession if it's aveer enough. Asked to respond to coax remarks White House spokeswoman Lindsey Walters cast Mr. Trump as a free trader corresponded Jeremy. Oust CBS says, it will keep CEO, les Moonves in place, while an outside counsel investigate. Sexual misconduct allegations against him The company also, says it, will postpone, its,.

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"joe miller" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Health issuing company and other factors, not available in all states India has published a. List which effectively strips some four million people in the. Northeastern state of Assam of their citizenship SAM's fertile wetlands have attracted workers to the state for centuries but the. Government says holds of migrants from neighboring Bangladesh threatened to derail Assam's democracy and the millions. Identified as a legal must be, purged from electoral rolls and expelled from India authorities have been quick to. Emphasize that no immediate deportations will take place yet Assam's been golden Muslims many of whom have had. Their citizenship papers. Rejected fear they are being deliberately targeted. By the ruling BJP party which has promised to embrace Hindu migrants sands BBC correspondent. Joe Miller from Delhi. President Trump says he would certainly meet with Iranian president Assan Ruhani if the Iranian. Leader was, willing he says he's been benefiting from these meetings with North Korea and Russia this is townhall news The White House is speaking, out about the recent violence involving the. Nicaraguan government and the Catholic church in a. Written statement the White House says the US strongly condemns the ongoing violence. In Nicaragua and human rights abuses committed by the Ortega regime, for a secretary Sarah, Sanders says the Nicaraguan government is, responsible for the deadly violence. That has brutalized their own people the White House stands with the people of Nicaragua calls for. Free and fair elections and says it supports the Catholic church led national dialogue process for good-faith negotiations. White House correspondent Greg Clugston a lot of people decided..

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Syria war: IS 'seized women and children' in Sweida attack

BBC Newshour

05:31 min | 2 years ago

Syria war: IS 'seized women and children' in Sweida attack

"Is. Our country I grew up here I studied. Here I got married till I? Have land hill how can we are not Indians is it because we. Are Muslim and after Cambodia's. Strongman leader is reelected in a highly criticized vote an exiled. Opposition leader tells us why she. Isn't giving up two people can give us hope look, at the college of the people, inside Cambodia yesterday all of that after the news Hello I'm Julie candler with. The BBC news more than four million people in. The Indian state of Assam have been stripped. Defecit isn't ship after, being left off an official register it comes after years of agitation against illegal immigrants from, Bangladesh as Joe Miller explains their word. Was still between was largely the indigenous Assamese population and the Bengali population which. Is a very large minority in Sam and consists of Hindus but? Mostly Muslims and for. Many many decades they felt that they've. Been discriminated against and they've got good reason. To feel that way because Narendra? Modi for example the current prime minister when he campaigned in two thousand. Fourteen he spent his time. In the northeast on the campaign trail saying that Hindu migrants. From Bangladesh should be welcomed and. Embraced because they are Hindu and they belong in India, and he was implying that so Oh called infiltrators from, Bangladesh Muslim need to be deported It's emerged that Islamic state militants in. Southern Syria holding more than. Thirty women and children hostage Martin patience reports virus attack Suada. Was, one of the deadliest as violence in serious conflates now, the u. k. based Syrian observatory for human rights says Jihadist, took at least thirty six women and children hall stage but a local rancid and told. The BBC the several of. Them have managed to escape negotiations are underway to free those still held by. The militant group has not lost most. Of the territory it once controlled in Syria, and Iraq but I'd say short. In last week's attack I asked remains a deadly threat the government of touchy Kistan has said that four foreign. Tourists have been killed in what. Appears to have been a deliberate attack is Slow Money the cyclists who were on a tour of, the, southern Dan Guerrero province, were initially said to have Have been, struck by a hit and run incident on. Sunday but the interior minister. Has seen said the suspected attackers had knives and firearms he. Said, one had been arrested and two others killed by police, the contractor has been identified as a twenty one year old, resident of the town of narrow south of the Tajik capital where many young people have. Been detained for joining extremist. Groups the tourists who died were from the United States Switzerland and the Netherlands. Symboblic voting in the country's first election. Since Robert Mugabe was ousted in November the, process appears to be going smoothly. With long queues of voters in urban and rural areas Mr Mugabe successor Emmerson Mnangagwa is hoping to legitimise his. Rule his main challenger the leader. Of the opposition MDC Nelson Chamisa said that if the election was fair he was confident of victory World news from the, BBC and this. Is WNYC in New York at, nine oh four good. Morning I'm Kerry Nolan power is back up for the nearly six, thousand apartments in the star at city complex in Brooklyn after it was out. For about ten hours yesterday the sprawling complex in east New York. Has its own power plant workers resolved the issue by late morning but it would take another several hours for the power to be fully up and running in each building barrel Thomas. Is a home health aide who couldn't get to, one of her clients because the elevators were down so she sat on a bench outside and what. My client she's an excellent Gendai she can't get anything and I can't go the seventeenth floor. Thomas says emergency. Workers climb the stairs to check on vulnerable, residents workers also, rescued six people from stalled elevators disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is facing a messy, battle with insurance companies carrier That wrote liability policies, for Weinstein and his film company are arguing in court that those policies don't. Cover, allegations. Of sexual. Misconduct Weinstein's attorney say the insurers are supposed to pay for his legal defense they want the civil litigation halted until. His criminal cases resolved the judge hasn't made a, final ruling a cargo plane made an emergency landing at JFK airport yesterday evening ABC New York reports the, atlas air cargo flight made its descent shortly before seven pm because of a blown out tire the plane landed. Safely and no one was injured the port authority says there was no impact on airport operations we'll have. A mix of sun and clouds today highs in the lower. Eighties mostly cloudy tonight. With a chance of showers after midnight and overnight lows in. The upper, sixties for tomorrow mostly cloudy with a slight chance of. Showers in the morning then a better chance, in the afternoon. It'll be humid with highs in, the lower eighties right, now Partly cloudy in New York City seventy eight degrees.

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WhatsApp Has a New Plan for Fighting Its Lethal Fake News Problem

BBC World Service

05:08 min | 2 years ago

WhatsApp Has a New Plan for Fighting Its Lethal Fake News Problem

"In the ruling party selection of. Candidates for the parliamentary election the messaging service Watson has, announced restrictions on its service in India to try to curb. The spread of militias rumors, false allegations on WhatsApp have leads to at least fifteen deaths from Delhi Joe Miller more than two hundred. Million Indians, are what's up and they Ford more messages to each other than us in any other country but after the rapid spread. Of false accusations and. Deceptive videos led to a series of mob lynchings WhatsApp announced that Indian uses would only be able to pass on messages to FIFA the chats the company said it would also remove the forwarding. Button that appears next photos and videos the move comes after WhatsApp was chastised. By the Indian government which ordered that it immediately contain the. Spread of hoaxes Joe Minna world news from the baby The British Prime. Minister Theresa may we'll call them the European Union to evolve it's position. On Brexit when she makes a speech today about the Irish border which remains one of the most disputed parts of the negotiations MRs may. Will stress that she could never accept a deal which treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of, the UK according Vietnam has ordered an American man to be deported for causing public disorder during. Nationwide protests last month state media said William Gwynn who is off Vietnamese descent had admitted. To taking part in illegal activities video footage showed him being, dragged through the streets with a bleeding head wound during, Don rest dozens of people were arrested Italy's far-right interior minister Matteo Salvini says he will bring a defamation case against. The Antimafia, writer Roberto no one of his fiercest critics earlier, this week Mr. savvy no tweeted a picture of. A dead woman and a child floating in the Mediterranean Sea and, questioned how much pleasure Mr.. Salvini took from the image Search and rescue operations have posed for the night at a lake in the US state of Missouri where a. Tourist boat capsized on Thursday killing at, least eleven people five others, remain missing divers have been involved in the Sach which will resume in, the morning more now from Peter Bowes this happened in some, pretty atrocious weather about. Whether has been rolling through the midwest of, the United States for the past few hours they're having fun thing about weather warning, but two of these boats these amphibious vehicles duck boats as they're known where out on the lake they're capable of. Operating, on land as well as in water very popular, interest areas, one managed to get back to the shore but this one didn't a capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake fence latest BBC world news Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me Steven Saka my guest today has spent three and a half decades serving as a member of the, European parliament but surely even, he would concede that. These are truly extraordinary diplomatic times in the European Union for starters there's Brexit one of the club's. Biggest members is intent on leaving but can't seem to figure out how and the twenty seven remaining members are disinclined to give Prime. Minister Theresa May's government a sweetheart deal, while the bricks it challenges, remaking the EU architecture that challenge of immigration threatens to open up new, fault lines in Europe in particular popular politicians in a host, of Member States are. Demanding tough new action from the EU establishment, and if that wasn't enough another populist from across the Atlantic Ocean President Donald Trump, is threatening to undo Mine the key strategic alliance between the. US and, Europe which. Is often security and shared values for the past seven, decades Europe's cherished stability suddenly looks vulnerable and Germany for all of its economic power maybe unable to restore, it Elma Brock, who is currently. In Washington DC, joins me on the line how. Close to Britain crashing out of the European Union without any kind of. Deal do, you think we are a thing since the chickens paper we see a possibility to come to. An agreement is the executive, order could agree to but we have no, after the Veda for one year Aflaid. A proposal? By the British government which is one of the basis for the negotiations and hopefully we can. Achieve remarry results on that all gets this agreement through Windsor. Transition period of time and then negotiate. Finally of future relationship in detail I looked at, reaction from Brussels to Theresa May's white paper proposals Michelle Bonnier has, kept very quiet he simply says he's analyzing those ninety eight pages but another, senior commission official was quoted in.

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"joe miller" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Of the show joe miller and carl hester here what they do yelling at the name of the pod i love that that title also yelling about potato yelling yelling about sorry i'm reading the yelling about how'd you come up with their it was actually kind of started as like joe a bit of a joke because when i was i thinking about starting the podcast i was like joel you're listening to podcasts news like no not really i was like yeah me neither thinking about starting on he's like well what would it even be and i was like i don't know probably just ended up drunk yelling about that and then we ended up starting and i was like we're sticking with that i think that's how that show irving it's certain point it just becomes like organic so bryan you've eaten at joel's restaurant right couple times no thank you okay honestly was not very great about the wallace is so culver city as we've talked about on the show before we had the former mayor in here it's gone over city so it's gone from nothing to everything cool spot there's a lot of restaurants packed with good restaurants cooling the you're gonna get great food but in a slightly less pretentious formal restaurant atmosphere is more casual definitely want to take the stuffiness out of out of what it is to be to go out and dine i mean it's really easy to go to a restaurant and feel overwhelmed by the atmosphere data yeah intimidate a white table cloth i mean you can for that but it's nice to not so what we do is we just try to focus on local and sustainable and we'd really change the menu with the seasons like a lot of other people do an it's like super hot but i feel like we just do a better qua quality i heard other cities the restaurant what i know there's some things that sort of chap your hide in in the food industry what what are they unicorn anything it becomes a trend because of instagram and everyone does it just to get instagram likes is like usually so annoying the current trend of unicorn food is shit shit that i've ever fucking scene it's just it's like overly saturated in the worst possible way not colored food for no reason it's like oh it's light blue and paying nobody asked for it nobody wanted what he wants to i don't want it get out of here i don't foods being color they shouldn't be sort of off putting in general like in hook when they're eating those like just plates alabama's good pretty fucking not defame although his cultural touchstone about i'm weird like i don't like blue gatorade or purple gator like i just feel like colors or weird i don't know why but there's certain things especially in the desert department that are off pudding and they're not it's not a sign in front of a strip club you're and also it's like you know it's not natural nature found niche so it doesn't do anything for the flavor i'm all about food that tastes go a unicorn bagel that looks like a ramos is doing nothing for me in the flavors like an actual fucking unical this is instagram not for my fucking mouth oh we have to ask though i not been prompted soft taco pecking order right i will put out the question that was out originally feelings about this it must be it's a good not great mexican join consistent but not known for one thing over the other you must refrain from picking your favorite place in favorite taco just someone's going on run the choices are beef steak or steak people carney side confuse the pork karnisovas and said pork or pork juice off right carney this is awesome i don't even know the half poor always carney just do pork yeah now all right i was saying this carney i'm at you gotta look up kito mosque because that's yeah karnavas pork and then then there's chick well this is because we're not talking alpha store in the park that's always number one but if we're just going regular pork i'm gone carne asada pork then schick it fucking.

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Kosovo police expel Serb official amid surge in tensions - AP News

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Kosovo police expel Serb official amid surge in tensions - AP News

"A significant step towards reconciliation jim has some other stories from my task the adult film actress stormy daniels is serving donald trump's lawyer for defamation after he denied the president had an affair with her in two thousand and six the lawsuit said michael cohen meant to convey that she was a liar it also accused mister kona violating campaign law by negotiating a hush agreement joining the presidential election mr trump denies the claims a serbian official responsible for negotiations with kosovo has been arrested on charges of illegally entering the former serbian province marco george was in a meeting in the divided kosovan town and metro visa when security forces in riot gear you stunned grenades to break through a crowd of ethnic serbs and detained him police investigating the disappearance of the british girl madeleine mccann have been granted more money to continue the search more than fifteen and a half million dollars has been spent on the investigation novel and met went missing in two thousand seven while on holiday with her family in portugal the us consumer protection regulator has confirmed it's opened an investigation into facebook over the alleged harvesting of private data by the political consulting firm cambridge analytica facebook said it welcomed the opportunity to answer v federal trade commissions questions from new york joe miller reports after facebook's last running with the federal trade commission in two thousand and eleven the social media company agreed to obtain express consent from its users when tinkering with privacy settings it also committed to running regular audits to ensure the protection of us at data but if as was alleged by cambridge analytical whistle blower last week the consulting firm was able to harvest the data or fifty million facebook users without their permission the tech titan could be found to be in breach of its settlement with the ftc and forced to pay up to sixteen thousand dollars for each individual violation facebook shares which had already lost more than ten percent of their value fell sharply on news of the ftc's intervention joe miller this is the bbc world service.

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"joe miller" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Assume she was appointed by the governor right no she i don't know on that's what they do the issued for an appointment that's probably what happens the governor has the right to select somebody and then they have to run a he had been hanging out politically with her father for years so they went oh yes she'd be great so what happens when she went to run again there's this guy named joe miller joe miller lite kinda like trump coming to tell it like it is whether you like it or not pretty blunt pretty pretty down to earth are kind of guy um but he's he was way up in the polls he took a big guys when what they thought was his security guards dragged eight a on reporter out i mean literally manhandling i'm an app everybody will what you are not censoring him blah blah turned out the guy didn't work for him so somebody was making him look bad she wasn't doing well turned out she didn't even make the ballot everybody get a right in and that's how she got back in um i think it was like the first time in history just you know enough right ins and and she got in so um people up here like her because she's really good to the natives and everybody marginalized or norris them she he takes care of the issues but she also win the government was gonna close down heart member the big whether thing up north this messing with the atmosphere he said hey let us have it let us keep it and why don't you just give it to university up there so i don't know what they're doing but they got it she's a globalist were not happy with her now um june oh and when you were talking about fukushima sorry i took note well that's good i'm glad you did i know i was like oh.

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"joe miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of multifaceted metrics material improbabilities and secularity going to get article davos jargon by joe miller on the bbc news website is this very funny now you might assume his name trending own twitter you love has it in our news bulletins as well as select kate the gwynn the popular sciencefiction offence the author who has died at the age of eighty eight s these series were among the millions of books she sold worldwide of legs of you not familiar with her work we called up steven baxter to explain he's a british science fiction author for a unique background finger corporate when it started about her in her parents after poetry a father 48 make of american culture and particular social if this kind of science dry and but she has cells that he's also literature so you've got this mixture overlapping on the chosun a in a in a work quite early on i think my favorites of early work is a series called a c i think people originally police in the '60s '70s it's radicals but it's kind of them it's a sciencefiction nanya on a notion planets in which much icc works like science if you if you can imagine so you can see that this is a mixture of austin science and then on that remains very popular series today but i think a real breakthrough book was called the left tons of darkness supervision a thinking nineteen 69 on it's about um sixty mile if he really it's a an indian planets were throwing humanlike people but the andrew jonas deny the malefemale but to become one of.

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"joe miller" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"joe miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Still have you still have mccaffrey behind him you still and you got you got the freshman incoming freshman joe miller coming in early right but i will say this and this this includes everything for anybody um this offense uh takes longer than than six months or a year to learn um i think that i think that that is you know to to to ask its early enrolled freshman to learn at all uh in eight nine months is this is basically impossible which is why you know he richie richardson's quarterbacks when they come in here and then beyond that s you know we can get to in a second but to ask for transfer to come in here and learn the whole thing uh in six to eight months it's also a tall order not seen it can't be done you know kick reduct put it together house jing even with jake even with jake we saw he didn't really take off until october right which you know it it took him a while and jake out here in june so um brand peters is in a good spot in he needs to remember that i think that that's the biggest biggest thing for him right now is is he has more experience than anybody else it's going to line up against him no matter who shared was knocked your uh next year and he should go into it thinking that it's is john lewis that's how you win that's how you win these battles but so close well you you got some things going on nick i mean are you still there some still problems though you still have the offense of line well you you still ease up veteran quarterback empathetical yearold every single one i'm them he's have those the problem is still these still exists you have the off it's a line a young receiving corps used i mean we got a third of all too are you going to spread the tight end again so i mean you still have the issues that is still there so brandon peters being starting quarterback yeah that's great but he still has the existing problems yes he has.

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"joe miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"No and and got older he wanted doomed the 50s rock and roll that loss phil arnold and elvis scholar who writes for elvis blog dot net any new the banbury fake being it going do dance version cured nerd he make two or three of them into a meg really he really liked gene gene the later years four four here you're all man you can't blame i like joe miller lou of my records is wrong jailhouse auction gene whoa join the endlessly dji it was thank you tbi dji ubuntu oh win mm i i spent a lot of time look at all these people and they were clearly uh uh affected by what they all good things in giannis of people just creating slowly of through the house in the legacy left by the king through the garden area and around the of the little cemetery they have their family two glazed lagged you're listening to elvis has left a bill abc's thank you for tuning in to 93 wibc by a wibc dot com due to knee.

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"joe miller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I think what guerrero getting in will help ease the you know what kind of a book glad had a great first year showing on the ballot seventy one point seven percent i think you get the needed at you're next joe mauer your opinion on joe miller being a hall of famer surprised me yeah you know joe miller did so much in his years as catcher before being forced off the division by his concussion have in the three batting titles uh the the the mvp award uh i have embassies as seventh alltime among catchers uh and that's it based on uh you know is is primed behind the plate is is is tipped in terms of peaks scored his best seven seasons uh you know i think uh uh as a guy on a small market team and one whose salary has been uh a disproportionate to his contributions with me to first base he catches a lot of flack but he did so much one of the best offense of catches of all time at a pretty solid defender uh before the injuries forced him up position yeah threegoal gloves three batting titles is buster posey's hall of fame i think he's added there absolutely a you know you look at what he's done with an mvp award the rookie of the year award the batting title uh the the critical role three championships i i think he's well on his way chase otley hall of famer i think so i don't think he's going to get there the big thing uh when i studied the hall of fame as that nobody with less than two thousand hit has been elected uh let let the two thousand it since the expansion era began and 1960 has been elected he 1815 adopted looked like he was going to close the gap we've see a lot of guys with weapons 2000 fall short bobby rich being a prime example of of the type of player that outliers on it up dick alan another other who said i uh below two thousand many minoso it took it seems to be a hard and fast rule that i wish the voters could overcome puts royal.

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"joe miller" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WRVA

"Globe any one of which can be an extinction event and we may see that with fukushima if other factors don't get as first said i would as david stated correctly circular firing squad we have a militaryindustrial complex that has like a cancer as we all know a cancer doesn't intend to kill the host but the host dies because the cancer is intent is to proliferate no matter what and that we have a headless heartless sold is beast that is only concerned about its own proliferation and the ultimate cost of that is a lifeless planet and that's where we're headed so it's it's up to all all of us we can all make a difference this equation any one of us could be the last grain of sand till the scale in the right direction but in order to do that we have to get up on the bench and get on the playing field we need everyone to do that to help us to sound the alarm effectively and efficiently with credible data but let's go way out eased to greg and dumont new jersey gregor up next morning joe miller quote and crew quick question to a fear great natural hair in the privatised ruin have gone on uncle that you're seeing the world who centuries ago that someday myth irresponsibility brutality towards nature could lead to catastrophe roca two hundred years ago with written coup questions we'll take off here c a fracking and you must be dangerous tortoise how that leaving the how this fake units worse and if you could just in general the economic oil sales fifty or specific oh folks workers if they are evil incarnate thank you thank you greg okay fracking a little that broke up i wanna back into that who are they they are the central bankers all roads lead back to those who print the money and those who think they need our tax money to do all this they don't right right now so long as the dollar's a global reserve currency jamie and i know you know that and and there's a lot of breakdown in that global reserve currency right now which is making the power structure even more desperate fracking back to it david said earlier before greg circular firing squad what's seen specie pump new in hundreds.

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"joe miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eighteen can you believe it and you can bet the tech giants will be rubbing their hands at the thought of custom is ready to splash the cash on you gadgets the ether electronics share opens today in germany's capital berlin is the place to get a look at the stuff that will be in the shops in the next few months our reporter joe miller is there and respect him a short while ago what was the earliest we will let alone so lease later gal gadot wii really his vegas get bigger and bigger a shoppers shopper every year on the pitch is very very much the prisoners law families receive are showing the latest animated movies trying to show for it they all for the next day is a small speaker which comes with gould's assistant and it's very much a swipe at apples hopes aggressive moist about two hundred dollars on his really these things solely is working towards these days putting together its all the way with software rome is like google and that's really the biggest traction people trying to out uh tried to loot a things online frauds make it played music which is why harden though is this big goal but i will say i'll get myself and lineup and things direct zone the katie tested at an lg showing of a new small fighting it's moved away from its previous gimmicks like the second screen you had a on with it to me what did you think of it uh yeah i mean this one is really a a return to basics the big thirty it's a very very deep alex green is focused on taking pictures schutte video as well muscles you will feature which people according the curb your enthusiasm zoom egypt is a its similarity to the american tv show in what it allows you to do you can take a.

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"joe miller" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Fbi bill fulton of course was the same man responsible for joe miller handy the handcuffed gulf against the exact same die they handcuffed the reporter jost dubbers tank after that and he lost by a few percentage points lately summer chelsea we have clearly that was not organizer orchestrated by joe miller was an event that many speculate after the fact it was intended to hurt joe miller yeah so this bill fulton guy just coldrolled the we'll get to the other two writer and secca just go wrote a book called the blood of patriots of how i took down a dangerous rightwing militia with beer bad assery and bs or something like that and this book is up for sale now on amazon but here's the thing do you know who colorado with a oh i do jeannie devolve a rumored wicked witch who is the state senate democrats spokeswoman now here's the thing you know she's engage to another schafler knocks his body david luntz who is they'll running the militia for the state can you believe that oh my gosh i your thing is a gigantic jerry springer show and wise cursed you're patriots would just stay away from all organization oh my gosh this story is not over those going to get more dramatic before is asia's in that's what i thought when i saw this i was really surprised this has actually gone much bigger headlines because this is a huge right now let you breaking down and basic english for people dustin the big shapour cox thing was these were malicious people that were accused of conspiring to kill federal judges never that's what allies that's right they wanted to blow up they wanted to kill him that's what was argued in alleged and they were in shape for cox was convicted that's right and he was trying to by hand grenades i think from the surface store owner illegal i gotta tell you i i'm going to watch this wanted to see how this is resentence we'll we'll see right now he is serving a twenty six year sentence will that was one eight one class' going to be recent or will i guess that the total says will be adjusted yeah the total we'll be adjusted and.

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"joe miller" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"For sweden joe miller boston herald radio see swinging kristen i've been off three weeks i've you know thrush fact to get here and here i am kristen alone again except i have you i will say this seized the three weeks you ross joe shoot applaud yeah well i think the new get here these lady get well what have you like spending time with you maybe that's it may be bad said you know what he loss what's the loose he lost his choice of music that's true and we're going to here which is what the swain dog wads near the tanya if he doesn't show up on time he does give it he wants now listen i he'll be able to have his show it shows at one so you i think he makes it by then it here's what i miss about our show that up we don't have any more as you and sap going out at going edita with some sports some real passion now i've outside of sports and politics or inside sports know politics that are yet what do you got for me right now play point counterpoint we're gonna do a debate low rate right now in the sports in the in the boston area it's it's the can pretty good the red sox of one 1214 thirteen of fifteen they came back last night beat the cardinals beat them two straight games did the cut in game one than they came back in the night thing with megabits double to one another walk off win at so right now it what the red sox to targets looking positively over the division you'll feel it's good because its wealth thirty richie can agree i was going to call and because they got the yankees tomorrow night's yup rich going to throw the.

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"joe miller" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Two 1200 month exceeding were may pay for their motley monthly rent and i have to tell you i know people to pay a lot more than that three thousand dollars a month i think great incredible but you know let's let's go past oliver because they're not going to get into the nager today we'll have a few minutes i want to but just propel you directly to the chairman of the alaska repub looking party so listen there is no question did before he was chairmen when randy redress you know the evil one was chair of the alaska republican party in two thousand ten joe miller won the primary the alaska republican party actively undermined his campaign to help blister mcaliskey even though he was the republic in candidate because the establishment the swamp did not support him he was too conservative for them and they wanted their girl i mean we'll talk about the cbc that's what people refer to as the krupp bastards bob sees my branch but that's what they refer to as the cbc the when they talk about the crowd the club listen though asking republican party has been in the swamp or years and years and years remember bill allyn oh who did he always trim around with randy reader yup former chair the oscar i mean i'm i'm a republican always have that what might impact in doesn't mean i'm a party girl you know what i'm saying in to me it's about people inprinciple it's not about you know coddling some corrupt club so that was the history in two thousand ten then we usher in a new era where we have new republican leadership in.

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"joe miller" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"joe miller" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Now and explicitly tom we're going to send joe miller against murkowski again and this time the tea party conservative is gonna win and then we're going to primary kapito and then we're gonna primary portman you're gonna have to answer to your voters about why you did one vote and voted the exact opposite way two years later or when it really counted and mattered when it could have been signed into law that's the question now and then to me even the bigger question how come early doing this now mitch to switch mitch mitch i explain this to me mitch how come now all of a sudden we know me the pharmaceutical companies involved we don't me the big insurance companies involved we don't meet the keep all the obama care taxes the obamacare regulations to the obamacare subsidies how come now we don't need the two hundred billion bowler a bailout super fun for the insurance companies mitch how how come now all of a sudden the two thousand fifteen straight repeal bill now that's good enough mitch now notice now all of a sudden well you know we voted ford in 2015 on oh senators at ordered under i voted for a nominal going to vote for now and we're going to start from a clean slate why don't you guys do that from the beginning instead you and ryan with your puppet masters the lobbyists the donors who were pulling your strings you guys poet in every payoff every bribe every tax every regulation that would benefit those that find your campaign and pull the strings behind the scenes that's which really taking place how dangerous voted for this six months ago it would have been done it would have been done good night irene.

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