35 Burst results for "Jokingly"

Jason Pye and Doug Talk Political Gridlock

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:09 min | 3 months ago

Jason Pye and Doug Talk Political Gridlock

"That when we make progress, there seems to be, especially when it comes up in an election year, the halfway point to a presidential year, you know, it's one of those things and I say this I'm jokingly, as someone who tried to be in the Senate, you know, every day there's a hundred people in the world who wake up and believe they should be president. They're all found in the United States Senate. And you know, but why is it that we seem to always especially as Republicans? And some Democrats, frankly, if you look at it, go back to this idea that the only way to solve some of these societal eels is to go to a process we know really doesn't work and cost us money. When you're talking about criminal justice system, that is just this throw away the key mentality, lock them up no matter what. You don't have a second chance. You don't have a third chance. You don't even have a first chance. If you listen to some of the rhetoric. I mean, it works to a point. It's not negative ads. I mean, they work to a point, but at a certain point in time, truth needs to prevail out. And it's really frustrating at this point in time that you're seeing this rhetoric because we know we know this rhetoric doesn't work. I mean, I flip those numbers around the other side. I look at the 85% that haven't been rearrested. Those are large numbers to say, look, this is working. As we go forward, disturbing trend though I'm seeing an election. And I saw it in my election in the Senate race. I was vilified by the cities under miss laugh where four by her team for being a defense car for actually have represented clients in our confrontational system. Wow, actually upholding the constitution shocker in that regard. What was even worse is the ads run against me. We're not even clients of mine. They were actually my partners. And had Hispanic faces. We'll continue on. Again, but that goes to the heart of this sort of scare tactic that goes on. But now we're starting to see it again. But there is some hope that it's not working. I know you're familiar with the candidates in Indiana. One had helped on criminal justice. It was three candidates in the race. The third one who had had no background at all actually ended up winning this primary. So what I thought was interesting was the two Republicans, both had legislative backgrounds. Wanted health been helpful on bail reform and other things in Indiana. The other one attacked them for that and came in a distant third. Do you see some of this with the proper discussion and political will, if you would, winning out or do we still have a life? It's really hard to say right now. And speaking, speaking more to your race, because I watched that race. And I've never hid this publicly. I voted for you in the race stuck. I actually had a hard time working in a yard too. But in your race, it was pretty interesting because of the spinning that both the loeffler team and others were trying to do because they were saying that life were saying, oh, I supported first step back. It was the prison reform and redemption act that we opposed because that was the predecessor Bill the first step. And they were hitting you on that. And it's like, there is no difference between these two bills. The first step

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SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

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Judge Jackson Not Defining 'Woman' Is the Perfect Progressive Answer

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Judge Jackson Not Defining 'Woman' Is the Perfect Progressive Answer

"I will, though, point out as a living breathing, I think, fairly rational and intelligent talk show host on the radio, we have a Supreme Court Justice nominee who is willing to put on the record her acknowledgment that she doesn't know what a woman is. She doesn't know how to define a woman. And in a sense, that's the perfect woke answer. She knows that's a progressive answer. Period. You hear all these people. You hear all these people being suspended and kicked off Twitter and banned from YouTube and they're shutting anybody down. The Babylon bee? Jokingly awarding Rachel Levine, man of the year award out. You're done. No humor there, you're out. You're guilty of hate speech. And so katangi Brown Jackson's answer is the exact answer that the progressives demand.

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"jokingly" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

03:36 min | 7 months ago

"jokingly" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"He found time for everybody that needed help. You're a nicest of the day. And now I know what he normally so Kate Middleton is reported to have once rolled her eyes at the mention of Meghan Markle. Ouch. So in a new article in the times, it's a very fancy newspaper in London. They did a massive article to celebrate Kate turning 14 they spoke to lots of Friends, advisers were relayed, even anonymous sources with connection to the duchess. One anonymous source who cited as a friend told the newspaper that Kate is a 150% more reserved than William. We know that she's very, very reserved. However, the most they've ever seen her express her views on Meghan Markle was when she jokingly rolled her eyes at the mention of suits. Suits is the legal drama that Meghan starred on. So somebody brought up suits and cage jokingly. We should make sure we point that out. Her eyes, the reason this is the notice of the day is that this is going to start another round of drama between these two ladies and honestly, all my sources tell me, it's not there. They're not best Friends, but they don't hate each other. They don't despise each other. They're not going to start the drama. The press is going to stop the drama. Not here at naughty, but nice, but you know how the press likes to stir things up. They do. They do. I think too. I liked it when Meghan said. You can love Kate and you don't have to hate me, and you can love me and you don't have to hate Kate. We don't have to pit these two against each other and naughtiest of the day. Naughty naughty naughty and before we go, let's end with a moment of rob. You get a rob you get a rub you get a Rama. Take control of the messages you tell your brain. So instead of putting a filter on your Instagram photo graphs, start putting the filter on what you allow inside your head. Yeah, filter out the stuff that doesn't make you feel good. If you're following somebody who just brings you anger, paying jealousy, stop following them the nice thing about the world we live in today's we are in control over what gets into our lives. Our phones are so powerful, stop following people that don't make you happy. Oh yes, I mean, I know so many people who spend so much time on Instagram and it really can distort your view of life because most people just post the positive things. I know that's all I post. I don't post any negativity. And here's a little tip that I'm going to give all you not tease out there. Sometimes it's hard to imagine the life you want. So find a couple of magazines that you're about to toss out, cut out pictures of things that make you happy, post them on a board or you can use your computer and pull photos off the Internet and make yourself a copy of that and look at it every day because even though you're not telling yourself your mind sees the pictures and it starts to take in those images. So you can actually create the life you want by looking at the things you'd love to have. That is such good advice mister. Surround yourself visually with things that bring you joy. I follow an enormous amount an enormous amount of doggies on my Instagram. They make me happy. I love dogs..

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"jokingly" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"jokingly" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"So did Jimmy Fallon and both of them are also vaccinated and boosted. So I'm not sure what to say, rob, a lot of COVID going around. And Savannah's getting some backlash here because she threw herself a big birthday party about a week ago. So some people are asking, is this the response is this? Is this something that was inevitable? I think that's a little harsh, but there is certainly some backlash out there about Savannah. Now that she's tested positive, she's going to be hosted the show from home for a few days, which makes it a little bit tricky because Friday is the 70th anniversary of The Today Show. 70 years ago on Friday, the show started. I know that they had a lot of really amazing surprises planned. I think they're going to have to change now because of COVID and also to NASA won't be there. I bet now they'll do a lot of taped package pieces which let's be honest. Nobody does those pieces better than The Today Show what that means is that guests aren't in studio, but instead they take them somewhere else at home or a different studio and then they edit them together and play them live on the show. So let's all tune in on Friday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of The Today Show and quickly before we go to break Britney has posted a number very saucy picture wearing nothing but a red thong and heels, she wrote, it is booty time. So on Instagram, Britney posted a picture of herself from the back wearing a very, very small red thong and absolutely nothing else except her heels of course. In the carousel a photograph's Britney posted three different pictures of herself in the thong. Followed by an image of white gloves and a rose. She captioned it simply a quote booty time. Now these red thong selfies come just a few days after Britney shared completely naked pictures of herself, she had emojis over certain body parts, that she titled quote free women energy has never felt better. Her conservatorship has just ended up to 13 years. Some of my friends, misty, think this is great, she's free. She can do whatever she wants. She's a grown woman. Some of my friends think this is a really bad sign. What do you think? Well, I have to say, Britney Spears has a beautiful body we know how much she works out and she dances and her fiance is in the fitness industry. So I can understand why she wants to show it off. I'm not sure Instagram is the right platform to show it off. She ended her conservatorship, which I think is really great, but I still, in my personal opinion, hope that Brittany has people around her who are still making sure that her mental health is on par that her finances are in check because she hasn't had to deal with those things on her own in 13 years. So I hope those people are still.

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"jokingly" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"jokingly" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"It's. Tuesday in a very cold New York City joining us idea friend miss D, delena Dixon, are you there? I am, oh, it sounds like you have a little bit of a frog in your throat, mister shooter. I do have a little bit of a sore throat today, don't worry. I took my COVID test. I don't have COVID. I think it's just the dramatic change in whether it got free overnight in New York. Wrap up warm everybody today and stay it if you can. Hey, let's jump into the show. We've got so much gossip to get to. What time is it, my Friends? It is. Tea time. Really, really sad. News about bombs sagged. Now it's been revealed that he was discovered by a housekeeper after he missed his hotel check out time. So bob was found dead by a housekeeper on Sunday after missing his check out time a source tells People magazine that he died at the Ritz Carlton in Orlando following a performance in Jacksonville, Florida the night before TMZ were first to break the news, the Orange County sheriff's office confirmed saget's death after deputies were called around 4 p.m. to the hotel. It is now believed that he died of a heart attack or maybe a stroke, detectives are saying there were no signs of foul play or drug use in this case, also to he was found lying on his back with his hand, his arm across his chest. Just heartbreaking, mister. I know. This is just so terrible. It's just life, right? We're born. We die. One of the things that has been amazing about this is just all the outpouring of love for Bob Saget. Everybody from his show full House has come out to say just how incredibly wonderful he is. We have a lovely story about Pete Davidson later on in the show. It's really magnificent. There are so many people whose lives that he touched. It's just amazing. So he checked into the hotel really, really late after performing. He went to his room, he then is believed to have spoken to his wife before he passed away just a heartbreaking heartbreaking story will keep you up to date with all the developments. I'm sure there's going to be a funeral lots and lots of people definitely I think want to pay their respects and we'll keep you up to speed with all that breaking news. Hey, mister what are you working on? Well, can we talk about the weekend and Angelina Jolie? These two have been spotted out and about just about everywhere. And so now the rumors are flying that these two are dating. However, neither one of them have come forward to confirm. So the speculation about the a listers being an item increased drastically after fans are listening to the Canadian singer's new song, which seems to be about him being in love with a movie star. Let me give you a couple of the lyrics. Am I new girl? She a movie star. Okay, that's pretty clear right there. I love her, right? Make her screen like Neve Campbell. Baby girl, she a movie star. So these are the lyrics that The Weeknd is putting out. So now the record comes out just months after Angelina and The Weeknd were spotted together several times last year they went to Giorgio Baldi of Venus restaurant in Santa Monica..

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Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 9 months ago

Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

"Show. I've been looking forward to this one for quite some time. One of the most important books that has been authored in recent memory and it's all about kind of woke ism and corporate America and what we can do about it and it's a very interesting very articulate guest. The vague Rama Swami did I get that right? You pretty darn close, Charlie. Good to see you. All right, I'm in the zip code. Honor to have you on our show. You're doing a wonderful job introduce yourself first to our audience and then talk a little bit about your book and we'll go from there. Yeah, sure, just a brief introduction. I grew up was born and raised in Ohio, where actually I live today. My parents were both immigrants from India. I often jokingly asked my dad why he came halfway around the world to Southwest Ohio. And he said that, actually, it was the only place in the world where he could get a job in the United States to be near his older sister who was in Fort Wayne Indiana. And that, of course, beg the question of why she came to Fort Wayne Indiana and we joke around it's the only U.S. state with the word India containing. That gets a bit of my family background on how they came here on a joking note. More seriously, I ended up going to Harvard for college. I studied molecular biology. I was a nerdy guy in the lab the whole time. Ended up getting into BioTech investing after I graduated. Did that for 7 years from 2007 to 2014, spent three of those years at the same time in law school at Yale where I met my wife, probably the most productive thing that came out of it. She was in med school and lived next door to me. And when I came back to New York City, after I finished law school and having a fund job on the side, now it was just a fun job. I ended up having a gap in my schedule, took up stand up comedy for 6 months before I decided that that wasn't my calling and left my job to start a BioTech company. I led the company as CEO for 7 years and during that time we got a number of medicines developed. The one I'm probably most proud of is a new drug to treat prostate cancer. But I stepped down from my job as CEO, this January. And you know, thankfully, the company runs well today. It's multi-billion dollar business, but I stepped down as CEO to work on what I thought was a different kind of cancer. Not a biological cancer. But a cultural cancer that I thought threatened to kill the dream that allowed me to achieve everything I ever had in my life as a first generation American. And that was the new orthodoxy. Well, I guess we could call the new woke orthodoxy that had really taken control of one elite institution after another. And though I wasn't born into a lead America, I had lived it for the last 15 years. And I felt compelled to not only tell my story, but to reveal the problem that I saw, which I viewed as a defining scam of our

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Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 10 months ago

Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

"I'm talking to the husband of Molly Hemingway, Mark Hemingway together they put together a brand new book called rigged, how the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections. Mark, you were just saying that these generals and others who signed the letter calling the Hunter Biden laptop story Russian disinformation, they seem all to have known that they were lying that they were lying to the American people that they were using their public personae in a way that would be effective because of who they are and because of their titles. And that they did it because they thought they had to save the republic from another Trump presidency. And I only half jokingly refer to Hitler because very few people do monstrous things thinking I'm doing something monstrous. They always have what they think of as good reasons. The difference is that in a country of laws, like the United States of America, there are these guardrails. There's the constitution. We have jail for people who break laws. How is it you think that so many high figures, including Hillary Clinton would very very seriously lie? Another was know that they're lying and with a straight face, speak to American voters and citizens and say things that they know aren't even slightly true. With some desired effect. Do you suppose that they never thought that they would be found out? Is that part of it? I mean, so in the case of someone as large as Hillary Clinton, I mean, I do think that they're do exist, you know, avaricious narcissists at a level in our league leadership in this country that should be concerning to us. As for, you know, people that are further down the rung that are the lieutenant supporting all this nonsense, I think a big part of the problem, of course, is the media in this country. We have a hugely asymmetric media system in this country. You know, if I want to know what a liberal in this country thinks I can turn on the television in ten seconds later, I know what it is. You know, liberals in this country on the other hand, because they have such hegemonic control of all of these institutions, you know, they're not out there subscribing to the Claremont review of books or watching Eric metaxas to see what conservatives think about important

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"jokingly" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"jokingly" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Yeah exactly. Yeah so that's great so What did you think about you know broadway. I'm i'd love to get a really again. But the the one thing that i will always remember is when he steps away from the might. Yeah you could hear. His voice was there was no. It was no nothing adding to his voice. Ten away for being speaking to me again gaffe. An that was mural isn't it yeah and his arrangements of some of the songs. I love this. Well i actually converted to born in the usa. Yeah i thought that was fantastic. Yeah i you know. I am not a fan of the blues. Owning usa in that context with him talking about you know going for the draft and and all that and him saying he wonders who went in his place is a very powerful version of that song in that story. Yes a great in the biography. Autobiography is well. Guess with telling in both of those books. yeah. I totally agree So let's talk about you mentioned. Go ahead please. Go back to the end of the broadway store. Guess as my good friend. Mike Tennis partner at the time was the editor of our national newspaper and i jokingly said to him..

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"jokingly" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"jokingly" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Tara. Welcome to the unmistakable. Creative thanks for taking the time to join us. Thanks very much having a will. It is my pleasure to have you here. So i actually got your book by way of your publicist the source and i loved it because of the fact that it was a science space explanation of the law attraction and i've always been incredibly skeptical about people who could not back up all these things with research. Despite the fact that. I'm a spiritual person at a lot of guests here as i was saying before we hit record have been spiritual teachers at but before we get into all of that. I want to start asking you. What is one of the most important things that you learned from one or both of your parents while you were growing up that have shaped and influenced to become in what you've done with your life. I'm that's such an interesting question. So i would say i'm i resonated with a lot of what you just said because coming from an indian background as well i had some cultural beliefs that would be considered kind of new age but they were cultural so that was okay But the new age thinking. I was like on prove to me that it works because otherwise you're just not going to say that the best thing that my father evidence me was Name meter which means daw and is the hindu disa- strengh and then just tell me. I could do anything i ever wanted to. I mean not. And i think he must have said it so many times because it's it's sort of like an entrenched memory so it's like a politician in my brain. I can do anything. I'm staw just thought positively that you need as a child to give himself lean nature not. Yeah okay so you know. You're of indian descent. Now would an indian parent usually says you can do anything and be anything you want. It's usually followed with the caveat of you can be any kind of dr. Laura engineering wanna be And i know you're a doctor so you kind of like one of my friends. Jokingly says that my sister is every indian parents dream come true because of the fact that she has pretty much hit every check. Box that an indian like mother-in-law would say okay. Wow i i know this because my sister got married recently but And you and a lot of ways are kind of similar like what was the narrative around your house Growing up about careers and making your way in the world. What did your parents tell you. Yes so i was the fast child so there was definitely a lot of expectation me to conform to that kind of dough to lawyer. My brother is actually a lawyer that i always felt. He had a bit more choice in the subjects that he chose so. So what's interesting is that i think when you grow up with a different cultural heritage to where you ought at. Which is i imagine what you as. Well that there are a lot of dilemma in complex and cassini's so growing up on house. Was philip trinkets that my parents had gathered from their travels but as a family i guess with two young kids..

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"jokingly" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"jokingly" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Do you feel about that well. That's a mixed bag right there. Book and not a good showing trojans last night but definitely a good one by the birch tonight so hopefully we can go to three and the yankees and grab one tonight. Tell me about your season. It's been an odd season up and down. How would you describe it in terms of kind of the roller coaster from your seat. Yeah it's been it's definitely been that way. I mean take it back to twenty twenty. You know with with everything that last year presented in the challenges there. It's just been it's just been a very up and down a couple of years But we sit here in the middle of september with you know a tremendous opportunity in front of us and hopefully our best baseball still in front of us and you know ultimately you want to be at this point playing meaningful games and and we're doing that if you were go back to when you got the job in eighteen if you take stock of some of this stuff you know now there's one or two things you could advise two thousand eighteen aaron boone on that you've learned. What would some of them be. I don't know. I think the biggest thing is is and i tried to prepare myself. This in my mind going in is that there's going to be so many things that come across the desk every day. Many relating to baseball some not relating to baseball were were a group of fifty. Sixty seventy people when you talk about staff players front office. That are together all the time and you are like a family and things happened things. Come up so you know. Part of the whole thing is being able to navigate that all and and make sure that We're putting our best four foot four when we go out there each night between the lines but i think just the heads up that no. There's a lot of things that happen. that you're not gonna account for. It's a lot right our old colleague david. Ross jokingly says you know everybody says i have an open door policy. Rossi says i've closed or policy because of my doors open. Someone's coming in every single time. Well i haven't adopted a try and still keep that open.

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The Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Could Be a Watershed Moment for the Business World

Reset

01:56 min | 1 year ago

The Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Could Be a Watershed Moment for the Business World

"So so he. Can you tell us a little bit more about the lawsuit that led to all these employees speaking out. Yes so. The lawsuit is the culmination of a two year investigation from authorities in the california department of fair employment in housing who said that activision blizzard's compliance with the state's workplace protections is long overdue. Now if you look at the lawsuit one interesting thing is that it really starts out with these kind of standard allegations of discrimination in how the company pays permits women and retaliation women spoke up. But that's not really what caught the public's attention california also said the activision blizzard fostered a frat boy culture where women were subjected to constant sexual harassment groping at rape jokes and that one female employees took her own life on a business trip after allegedly having nude photos of our past around with a company holiday party and these are the allegations that we really saw lighting up twitter because they were so shocking and terrifying. And it's worth pointing out that. The lawsuit specifically said that the discrimination was worse for women of color particularly black women who are micromanage and discriminated against in the office do lawsuit also mentions that supervisors were unaware of this culture and at times encouraged it and even engaged in it themselves. Can you tell us more about the role that higher ups played in creating this toxic work environment. Yeah so the lawsuit says that blizzard president j. allen brock was aware of the allegations did not do enough to stop the behavior. Alex afrasiab a former senior creative director of world of warcraft. Also engaged in blatant sexual harassment. He jokingly called his bliss con hotel room the cosby sweet after alleged rapist bill cosby. I talked to employees last week and really ask them. Was this behavior. Modeled at the top. Was it relegated to certain teams and employees are a little hesitant to say that it was one specific area of the organization. They felt like it kind of permeated the entire culture but they won't go as far as to say everything manager knew about it or every executive wasn't

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El Salvador Will Use Volcanic Energy to Mine Bitcoin

The Breakdown with NLW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

El Salvador Will Use Volcanic Energy to Mine Bitcoin

"El salvador has moved more quickly than anyone thought possible to make. Bitcoin legal tender with more when president naib kelly jumped on nick. Carter's twitter space on tuesday. Someone asked him about bitcoin mining. I think it was actually alex. Gradstein that prompted president kelly to speculate about the potential for bitcoin mining powered by geothermal energy from volcanoes while by the next morning he had initiated a project around exactly that and the ceo of the largest north american minor was up in his comments asking about getting involved. The net of all of this. Was that the possibility of a new mainstream. Narrative of bitcoins capacity for economic empowerment has captured. The imagination of bitcoin is the world over but of course this wouldn't be bitcoin without some controversy and strive to go with it last night. I jokingly said that today's episode is going to have to be called the empire strikes back and this wasn't in reference specifically to the global powers that be getting up el salvador's craw about bitcoin although there is a meeting with the imf today that could provide some insight into their initial reaction to the move in fact as i was prepping. The show preemptive comments from the m. f. came out jerry rice and imf spokesperson said quote adoption of. Bitcoin is legal. Tender raises a number of macroeconomic financial and legal issues. That require careful analysis. Which i mean isn't surprising. Of course they were going to say this. And i'm not overly concerned yet. Instead the empire strikes back comment was about a string of established powers. Ratcheting up their rhetorical and real attacks on bitcoin and crypto at large. Let's head first to china as this is a story that's already started and that has seen some significant developments this week. There was action by two provinces against mining in xinjiang. The local government issued a notice to shutdown crypto mining activities. The shutdown was immediate. Taking place yesterday. On june ninth and the specific focus was on the economic technology development park. This is a fifteen thousand five hundred square kilometer area that houses a number of different coal powered industries

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Shannon Graham on Discovering Your Destiny and Creating a New Reality

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Shannon Graham on Discovering Your Destiny and Creating a New Reality

"Shannon welcomed the unmistakable. Thanks for taking the time to join us. Thank you for having me. It is my pleasure to have you here as i was jokingly saying before we hit record united seemed to have got off on the wrong foot. We both get thought each other. We're assholes and coincidentally some of my best friends and i are in that exact same situation and when my you know roommate matt happens to be one of your clients told me a bit more about your story. I think he told me like three things and also call my god. It was like there's no question. I would love to have him as a guest so before we get into all that i want to start asking you. What religious or spiritual beliefs were you raised with and how it does end up. Impacting the choices that you've made throughout your life and your cur yeah I guess you could call it christian white you know it was. It was christianity but it was very light like we didn't go to church. You know it was. I think i can count on one. Hand the amount of times. I remember going to church so it was not heavy and my mom really was more spiritual than anything. I'll never forget the grew up among grew up in new jersey and when they were young they they grew up near a lake and on sunday. her mom would go to church and her dad would go ice skating and the kids had a choice. They could go to church with mom or they could ice skate with and one day. My mom wanted to go ice skating. All all my mom's side. I skated a. They played hockey. They just did

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Who's Next; Album Retrospective

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Who's Next; Album Retrospective

"Who's next is one grace albums ever. Have you ever heard it. Go out and get it. And that's for much of the podcast. Thank you and we're out. We can do the brief history all. They did a brief history. Let's go ahead and do a little bit of dig into just a little bit deeper there with the holocaust started and what was going on already. Who's next by the who august fourteenth nineteen seventy-one ten years before i was born but i am familiar with the album Fifth studio album like liu said it developed from the aborted life house projects which was going to be a rock opera to follow tommy which. I'm sort of glad they didn't do that. Because then have another is really silly movie that i can't sit there but they did salvage some of the songs for the next album. Eight of the nine songs from lighthouse for featured on this album The one that was not was my wife that was written by john entwistle It's heavy on the use of synthesizer Especially for songs won't get fooled again and babo riley. It was an immediate success when it was released viewed by many critics as the best album or their best album and one of the greatest albums of all time. It was reissued on cd several times with additional songs originally intended for life house. The first session for which became who's next was at mick jagger's house star groves recorded there at the start of april nineteen seventy-one using the rolling stones mobile studio and that's what i got. Okay that's the there you have it. It's sort of like the beginning of it. Let's talk a little bit before we get into. Who's who's next You got under way to put this in in kind of history. Tommy was a total like revelation. No had done and fact pete townsend was sort of jokingly calling it a rock opera developing it and it was really kit lambert. That was like now now. Now like let's let's go with that. Let's let's see Kit lambert was their manager and producer at the time and he worked very closely with pete and he really encouraged this rock opera thing and it really became big like freaking

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How to Recognize Symptoms of Suicidal Behavior

Short Wave

01:52 min | 1 year ago

How to Recognize Symptoms of Suicidal Behavior

"Emily kwong here joined re chatterjee. Npr's mental health correspondent. So i want to start this conversation in a place of awareness. How can you even tell if a loved one. Be feeling suicidal. Well lassine says watch for certain warning signs. Most obvious is probably just talking about death and talking about suicide bitching it either casually or even if it's jokingly or specifically talking about it for themselves and then there are the less of your science like sudden changes in behavior there will be changes in their mood usually towards greater agitation or greater sadness increased anger and irritability changes in substance use so Radically increasing the amount of substance use or beginning to use substances. If they hadn't done that before there's some changes in sleep or eating now. During the pandemic law people may be experiencing these changes in behavior sleep patterns mood. It doesn't mean that they're all thinking about dying but having mental health issues does increase people's risk of suicide but it can take a wild before someone goes from being depressed feeling so hopeless that they don't want to live anymore and this gives friends and loved ones opportunities for prevention right. The way to think about this is to identify and help people with these mental health problems before they get to a point of crisis exactly You know. I spoke with psychologists or sula whiteside. She studies suicide prevention of the university of washington and also started. This website called now matters now which feature stories of survivors of suicide attempts. And she says it's important to pay attention if someone is withdrawing from friends and family and their regular activities

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AVA App Project With Nicholas Giudice And Richard Corey

Assistive Technology Update

02:25 min | 1 year ago

AVA App Project With Nicholas Giudice And Richard Corey

"I'm really excited to introduce richard cory and nicholas giudici. They're working on the uva abd project which will help open the door. No pun intended to autonomous travel for individuals with disabilities today. We're going to learn a little bit more about them and about the technology that they're working on nicholas richard welcome to the show. Thanks for having us fish you guys. I'm really excited to kind of talk about this technology and how it can really help folks but before we do that. Could you tell our listeners. A little bit about yourselves yes sure. We're from the vami lab at the university main. This is laboratory that's focusing on human technology. Interfaces we've been in existence for twelve or thirteen years now nick nyerere been collaborative partners on this for that time and we almost jokingly say that we have this academic marriage but Yeah we were studying the way in which humans interface with the technology in front of us and we do a lot of work into way. Finding especially blind visually impaired assisted technology. Been doing a lot of work into virtual and augmented reality and how to use some of that technology to assist with you know even simple tasks like writing a bike for example in the fog. Yeah we've also started to move into biotechnology as well as a little background so we bring kind of an interesting background to our studies. My background is experimental. Psychology and rick has a background in lots of things including interactive design and collaboration. And so we're really interested in and we're in kind of a computer science department broadly defined. So we're really interested in saying. Well how can we take. Knowledge of human understanding human interactions and lead to better technology and information access and so we tell them very strongly from the human side and also from our own first person experiences. I'm congenitally blind. And so i bring a lot of my own phenomenology of my own. Use of technology frustation frustrations with technology frustrations with information access into the types of things that we designed to be multi sensory you mentioned bio inspired designs. How can we make technology be more like how our brain works using all of our senses instead of just visual design.

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Fidelity wants to launch a bitcoin ETF

The Breakdown with NLW

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Fidelity wants to launch a bitcoin ETF

"Fidelity becomes the latest to file for a bitcoin. Atf yes fidelity have added their hat to the ring as the sixth live etf application. I jokingly tweeted yesterday that i think the is going to have to allow one just because they get sicker reviewing them. And i don't think that's far off the wise origin. Etf has fd funds management as the sponsor with fidelity service company as the administrator and fidelity digital as custodian. Here's a fun. Easter egg as well. Alex thorn formerly of avon ventures which was a fidelity investment group. Pointed this out. He tweeted out fidelity's bitcoin. Etf is named wise origin. Why souto she in kanji means wisdom or sense. Nakamoto in kanji means base root or origin. Pretty lit if you ask me. Interestingly this wasn't the only. Etf news apparently goldman sachs also filed for notes. The pay out to an etf that may have exposure to bitcoin or cryptos. This is definitely toe dipping. Compared to what twitter excitedly reported from the start but still fidelity and sort of goldman getting in on the bitcoin. T.f game in the same day is pretty back

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Biden Administration Gears Up For A Showdown With Big Tech

Morning Edition

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Biden Administration Gears Up For A Showdown With Big Tech

"Up for a big showdown with Big Tech. He's reportedly hiring too outspoken critics of Amazon, Facebook and Google for influential roles in the administration. They've both pushed for the government to get much more aggressive at reining in these tech giants even break some of them up. NPR Tech correspondent Shannon Bond has been following this, Shannon. What are these critics? A big tech that Biden is bringing on board? Who are they? So Biden has reportedly getting ready to nominate antitrust scholar Lena Khan to the Federal Trade Commission. And just last week, he added a lot of pressure Tim Wu as a tech policy advisor, who has advocated for breaking up Facebook and Scott, It's really hard to overstate just how big a deal these names are intact policy circles. They both have these very progressive views about monopolies and competition, and now they're potentially moving into these very influential roles as the government is investigating and suing the tact Giants. So we worked on tech policy in the Obama administration. He now says he thinks the tech giants have helped create a new gilded age, much like the robber barons did with their railroad and oil monopolies. Khan is just 32 years old. She made her name when she was still a law student for reading this groundbreaking paper about Amazon, and she's become the face of this approach that sometimes jokingly called hipster Antitrust. Okay, I think you're going to need to explain his hipster antitrust a little bit more. No con is critical of the current way that the government deals with monopoly power. You know, this is idea that the rules are really focused on when consumers like you and me get hurt. When we have fewer choices, we have to pay more for products and services. Tom says, you know, in the case of a company like Amazon. That doesn't address concerns that focus on other harms like those to the independent sellers who rely on the platform to make money, and she thinks Amazon should not be able to both operate this marketplace and cell is a competitor in that marketplace. Here's what she told NPR back in 2018 about the bind that puts sellers in that dependence means that Amazon gets too often call all of the shots. And I think that is often I'm quite harmful because that means Amazon can extract more and more from these cellars and that can affect the quality. And Khan has already been influential in Washington. She was advising this Big House panel on antitrust last year. They did this investigation. It found Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google all have really unfair powers monopolies. And we should note that all four of those companies are NPR supporters. I mean, this approach is just so different from even a few years ago, compared especially to the way the Obama administration Treated big tech cozied up to Big Tech when Biden was vice president. That's right. I mean, I think cozy is exactly the description for the relationship the Obama administration had with Silicon Valley. You know, it wasn't that long ago, these companies were celebrated as innovators. But you know things really have changed. Of course, the Trump administration was hugely critical of these big companies. It sued Google and Facebook for antitrust violations that something we're expecting the Biden administration to continue and we're seeing criticism of tech from both sides of the aisle. Of course, there are some people from the Czech world taking positions with the Biden, an administration that happened under Obama. But you know the choice of people like Lena Con and Tim Wu, I think signals a tougher stance toward Silicon Valley and that the era of scrutiny and skepticism what we call the tech clash is far from over the tech clash.

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Editor-in-chief of the National Journal, Jeff Dufour, Discusses Manchin's Role in Senate Negotiations

WTOP 24 Hour News

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Editor-in-chief of the National Journal, Jeff Dufour, Discusses Manchin's Role in Senate Negotiations

"Let's go live now, with an update on Skype to Jeff Do. Four editor in chief of National Journal. Jeff in the plainest language possible. What did mansion get that caused him to change his mind and end this Well in the context of a $1.9 trillion bill. Uh, not much. These air presents pretty small provision that took nine hours. The final deal essentially is $300 per week of federal unemployment assistance through the end of August, the house had wanted 400. Said. It's bringing it down to 300. It was originally supposed to expire at the end of September. Now it's going to expire at the end of August. Essentially now one of mansions things was he wanted Tonto. To exempt the taxi. You want to accept the tax exemptions from this two households making over $150,000 a year so currently, if you get these jobless benefits, you can deduct tow up to 10,000 of that from from your taxes. He said. That shouldn't apply. If you make more than 100 $50,000 a year in your household, and it appears the Senate is going to agree to that now, the votes technically still open, even though they supposedly have a deal. I mean time wise. A lot was made out of Senator Ron Johnson last night, forcing the clerk to read the entire bill, which took hours. But this one vote on one Amendment has now taken longer than that did last night. And this is the first vote in what they billed as a vote A Rama quote unquote to come. So they're in for a lot of overtime in the Senate this weekend, the Senate record as you mentioned for longest vote has been broken again because all of this the previous record was from back in 2019. Is this something like the longest vote a sign of serious dysfunction on the hill? Or is it a sign of something else? I don't know The dysfunction is any greater than it has been in years past, which is still pretty significant, But it's combining that dysfunction with a 50 50 senate. I think I think we know a couple things now going forward Number one. This bill is probably going to go to the house like this weekend. Like you said, we're barring anything else on foreseen. They're gonna sense that the president for his signature, it's gonna give Biden his first big victory as president. But maybe more importantly, we know now that any significant legislation like this is going to be a real slaughter and a real challenge to pass vote Counting is critical. And there's all kinds of procedural hurdles that a senator, One senator can throw in the way in a 50 50 Senate now that applies to three bills at the House passed this past week that high up on their agenda. The voting rights package. The George Floyd policing reform and extending civil rights toe LGBT Q Americans, It's going to apply the unorganized labor bill and and gun legislation that they hope to pass this week. Those five just to name a few are all going to need 60 votes in the Senate. And if I were a betting man, I'd say they're not going to get it for most of them. President Biden, who you could almost jokingly say it's still a senator. He's you know, inextricably linked to the U. S. Senate, he called mansion directly. One wonders whether this deal could have been done without the president's efforts. And some people, I suppose, would be encouraged to see that he's getting involved. Others would say, Man, it's a bad sign that the president has to get directly involved like that. And I would also say this is probably not going to be the last conversation that by the mansion have during this Congress, because, uh, mansion is for people who count these things. Mansion is the most centrist member of the entire Senate. He is the swing vote. In the Democratic caucus, and he's the most important vote in the Senate right now, and he knows it. He's gonna exact every bit of power he can out of this toe, get what he wants for his state and for his And just for his for his views to make sure that whatever passes the Senate reflects his

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How To Make Better Decisions, Faster With Matt Bodnar

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:40 min | 1 year ago

How To Make Better Decisions, Faster With Matt Bodnar

"Every day were making decisions. Now hopefully take our business to the next level. What do we do with this particular team member. How do we find the best vendor. What colors and fonts should go on the website for next marketing campaign and hundreds of other decisions like these that we have to make every single week. The stakes are high. We can't afford to make a bad decision from the ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves their teams and the prophets. I'm your host. Daniel tardy am i guess. Today is matt bonner match the chairman at fresh technologies and he's done a lot of cool stuff. He's helped star businesses run businesses launch. New business turn businesses around and especially as passionate about helping businesses scale up from the startup stage to be in a big deal. He knows a lot about decision making strategy and how to align our behaviors with our goals. But he didn't start out in this space in fact he actually started out as a successful analyst on wall street. He was making a lot of money at goldman sachs and so. I was super curious to ask them. Hey matt why did you leave. One of the biggest influences in this is a book. That's influenced me tremendously. Was the four hour workweek. The whole tim ferriss thing and so reading that and really thinking about what do i want to do with my life. And and where do i wanna spend my time and and thinking about. I mean in a place like that you can see the trajectory. Stay here fifteen years. I'm back. I if i stay here twenty years on that guy etc and so i could see what the future looks like and all they wanted to do something more entrepreneurial and i had this epiphany i was reading this article on bloomberg about one of the founders of google. I forget if it was larry page or or sergei would basically set this thing. And they've saying you know which everyone is. The ceo at the time and their salary was one hundred thousand dollars and as a first year analyst at goldman. My salary was more than that. And so i read the article and i kind of had. This chuckled to myself as like a twenty one year. Old or twenty two year old. And i'm like. I'm so awesome like i have a bigger seat salary than the ceo. Google and then literally there was a comma and the next half. The sentence was like andy's worth twenty seven billion dollars stock or whatever and so it was just like an anvil like crushing on the head. That was like oh. You don't get wealthy from a salary you get wealthy from having equity in something and that was really. That was a big difference for me that that made me realize that having a having a high salary doesn't really mean it helps but but ultimately ownership equity is really where you generate the most value. So did that. Prompt you to think i wanna start my own thing. I wanna build something. My dad's a very successful restaurant tour and he he had been doing. A bunch of stuff in nashville. And kind of the southeast. Broadly for you know. While i was in middle school high school all that stuff and he was always when i was up at at goldman he was always like a bug in my ear. Hey come back and you know. Help me out. Come join me join me. And so eventually I answered that call in and move back to national got involved with him in a in a company called fresh hospitality which is an investment business. Essentially that invests kind of across the food and restaurant world and scales various different restaurant brands. How big was the team when you joined basically me my dad My brother and one other gentleman whose name was nikola haggas is basically four of us at the time and There for yeah. Yeah and i mean there were there were other. I mean we were essentially almost like a small private equity or venture capital firm and so I mean the operating companies that we invested in obviously had a bigger sure employees based but really that was it at the beginning. And and since then we've built this whole kind of ecosystem and infrastructure of businesses. You've worked with a lot of businesses here locally many that. I've personally been a patron and i remember martin's barbecue when we went when they were a little like double wide trailer out. South nolansville autobody shop was yes barbecue around. And nobody knew who they were. Unless you live like right in that little community and now i mean if if you know martinsburg if you've been in nashville you know martin's barbecue i mean it's just it's the spot that you go if you're a nashville I'd love to hear that story. You know i mean you you you guys. Clearly were part of them you know becoming a big deal and kind of putting him on the map And i know you guys do that with countless other. You know restaurants But how do you. How do you find the martin's barbecue when they're just this little local story and nobody really knows who they are. I mean we're we're at a point. Now where and i think you see this in a lot of different businesses where you get inbound deal flow right and so i mean we. We met pat actually through a A point of sale reseller that we that we had a relationship with was selling terminals and that he's a hey. This guy's got a really cool thing. You should go check it out and so we went and we went and just had lunch. They're checked it out and got to know him and You know helped partner up from from day. One when they were back over that little auto body shop and You know our whole thesis for for how we invest in a company's specifically within the fresh Platform is we have this whole ecosystem that we've developed over the last decade or so of everything from technology to accounting to Real estate expertise marketing the whole the whole suite of services that sit around a business and we go in and we ate we provide them growth capital but we also provide them what we call our intellectual capital of all those different things to help them scale up and so you know we. We plugged that infrastructure in and really helped him. I identify a great site. And that was their store nolansville. That they moved to that was across the street. The kind of bigger flagship store and then started very strategically looking at. Hey what are some other great opportunities for this brand and and really one of the biggest strategic decisions we made up martin was we ultimately decided that we needed to have a presence downtown and to to truly be a competitive player in the in the nashville barbecue space and plant our flag so to speak. We we needed. We needed something downtown in. That's how we ended up ultimately finding the property at martin's we call it rutledge but the downtown martins barbecue and and that's we now we sort of we. We jokingly referred to it as the mothership because it's it's this behemoth compared to the other typical martin stores but it's been a really great opponent of that business.

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Recap: Celtics Beat Hawks in Game 2, Robert Williams Explodes

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Recap: Celtics Beat Hawks in Game 2, Robert Williams Explodes

"To the thing that was more interesting and remarkable off of this game. And again, I think it was I think it's hard to argue. It wasn't robbed fans. He was just so interesting. But I mean that stretch where it's basically like steel block back door make a nice pass dunk l u and like Bobby tweeted about it from the Celtics account, you know, the game went to From mildly competitive to a blowout during those Rob Williams second quarter minutes there and that was basically the ball game, but the guys just so freaking elected. He probably had like eleven fouls tonight. I think he only got called for 4 or so before he got going on the set. You just talked about he wrapped up capella and like one of the first place of the second I Tice took another fellow from him. I'm sure sure you get that and then there was a third player like wrapped up reddish. So by halftime he had six fouls, but they only call three and then by the end of the night he got away with another one. We were going re fellow there. So realistically he realistically at $8,000 I wouldn't do it. So that was the most unfortunate game and the Exact Staffing was at the start of that structure was 33 to 24 and then at the end after all his dunks and layups and Steals and box that was 51 the 37 and that was pretty much the game. Dude was awesome. And it's funny because we always talk about let's just see the Celtics just love it up there. Right just throw it to Rob and let's see what happens and then he does like the most Rob like we knew he was capable of this sort of athleticism incredible man. Like that was caught it tapped. It one-handed in his hand eye coordination is just through the roof. Yeah, like that's the kind of play where you're like, wait a minute. Like if not that it's not one of those. Okay, if he does it every single night as well change everything but like just that open opportunity if he's able to get more comfortable get these reps in man like that. It just opened my eyes to how how explosive this office could truly be when with Rob in the middle of doing what he did. He was doing everything on both ends something like he was somebody tweeted it jokingly just way to your point was like, I wonder what this offense would look like if they just robbed if they just loved it to rub on every possession, you know, it's like legit and we always joke like that but like he made it look so smooth as well. Wait a minute. Why don't we do that more often wage? And also here is you do see the other side though, the ridiculous goaltending all the files were so like absurd and he easily could have ended up taking himself out of this one and having a game. So you do see both sides of the debate here where there's just an enormous level of upside. But also these like just absurd things. He does that you just can't do out there that end up getting them home games and you only had 16 minutes in this one in the end because of all the following and mistakes and miscues. He jumped into a couple of Shooters on the three-point line and it's like you're right John there's more good than bad. But the bad is so bad like just inexcusable stuff.

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Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah

Morning Edition

07:02 min | 1 year ago

Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah

"The 19 sixties, Fred Hampton was chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party. He was a rising leader, organizing disparate multi racial groups in Chicago. Until police shot and killed him and another Black Panther member in an early morning raid. There's a new movie about Fred Hampton out this week, it is called Judas and the Black Messiah. It's not a question of ball. It's a non violence is a question of resistance to fascism or non existence within fascism Film got rave reviews after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last week. It's the second feature from director Shaka King who, until this project came along, was on the verge of giving up making feature films altogether. MPR's Andrew Lyne bonked takes it from here. Yes, Judas and the Black Messiah is about Fred Hampton and how he led the Black Panthers in Chicago. But it's also about William O'Neill, the man who infiltrated the Black Panthers in spied on Hampton on behalf of the FBI. Shaka King told me that the Lucas Brothers who co wrote the story, sold the idea to him like this. Their pitch that they laid out was we want to make a movie about Fred Hampton and William O'Neal. That's kind of like the departed the 2006 Martin Scorsese movie Inside the World of Cointelpro, or Counterintelligence program, the 19 sixties project where the FBI infiltrated and disrupted groups like the Black Panthers, and I was like I see it. I'm done. I'm in Judas is a tight, intense movie. Yes, like the departed and other Scorsese type crime movies. It's a long way, though, from King's first feature film newly weeds from 2013. So what you got here? Newly weeds tells the story of a young couple in Brooklyn who smoke a lot of weed where Judas is loud and fast. Really? Weeds is quiet and tender. I'm done. I'm done online. Won't want Wanna hang out. We hang up. Yeah. How are we supposed to go to the Galapagos? If you mind the bag every two minutes. It hits similar beats as movies by other indie darling directors like Joe Swanberg or the Duplass Brothers. The film Independent Spirit Awards even gave King the Someone to watch award after it came out, which came with a $25,000 grant. Not bad for someone fresh out of N Y. U film school. But after that initial fanfare, I was so depressed after making newly weeds and my expectations for the release just not coming to fruition. The movie didn't get much attention outside the festival circuit from agents and distributors, largely because it was a movie with black actors who no one knew on at that time that was deemed worthless. The film's release in 2013 wasn't that long ago, but it was just before what a friend of Kings jokingly dubbed. The Black Excellence Industrial Complex. You're Selma's and Moon Lights and Black Panthers when movie studios realized they could make a lot of money by releasing films by and starring black people. Nearly weeds. Loss of momentum burnt king out on the idea of making another feature film, But he did have an idea for a short rolling around in his head. It was kind of silly kind of outrageous, sweetheart. Lips. Excuse me, miss. It's called Moon Yang's after the Italian slur for black people want heard on the streets of Brooklyn in it, King and two others play these three black guys who talk like they're in the mom movies. King has such a fondness for It was somewhat inspired by King's experience growing up in a mostly black part of Brooklyn, but going to high school in South Brooklyn, where everyone the Irish Americans, Greek Americans, Asian Americans, Jewish Americans, all talks like the Italian American kids, and those kids were Hilarious. They were profane. They were quick witted, and we were not friends put like I could appreciate their sense of humor. The movie is a concise examination of race, gender gentrification. As King's character gets into an argument with his sister over a MetroCard, you did not have a dime. Put 1000 until the white guy comes by and says hi to the sister. Hi. How you doing? How are you? You guys just don't know what both outta here. Oh, Polluted the movie is fun and poignant, and the process reminded King how much he loved making movies. That movie saved me. You saved me. I didn't see that or know that about Shaka. But I could understand, and I could see how that could happen. Charles de King, no relation to director Shocking is the CEO and founder of Macro which since its founding in 2015 has produced movies and TV shows featuring non white people, including Judas and the Black Messiah. It was before the oscarssowhite moment. Of 2015. There's a lot that's happened since then. There is much more of an openness and I think an understanding of the business opportunity there. Which brings us to King today, making a movie about an anti capitalist black radical at a very capitalist Hollywood studio without watering down the politics. The deal is to respect the authenticity. Fred Hampton Jr is the current chairman of the Black Panther Party, Cubs and son of Fred Hampton. He says he and the other Panthers had their guards up when they were approached about this film. The Panthers have long been subjected to propaganda campaigns and misrepresentations. But he says King and the rest of the cast and crew definitely navigated the crossroads between their creative goals and the Panthers. Political ones. Well enough, anyway. Revolutionaries never satisfied. You know, I wish there was more political cartoon. We could've pushed. In a certain point, However, I'll put the people's need before before my needs my wants and desires. For instance, the relationship between Fred Hampton and his partner, Deborah Johnson, was a tricky thing to get right. The poet.

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TPA Open Source Software Security with Jennifer Fernick

Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

08:34 min | 1 year ago

TPA Open Source Software Security with Jennifer Fernick

"Let's do a little background on you. Give us the thirty second overview of who you are and in what brings you here. Share name's stanford for nick. I'm the global head of research at nc secret which is a large cyber security consulting firm prior to this iran a security team at a large bank. I've been doing security for a very long time long before. I realized that it was an actual industry in profession and grew up through Do undergrad and my masters was in systems engineering. And then he's a phd student in cryptography. So my main focus area has historically been progress. But of course it's expanded to much more recently Currently i run a security team that has several hundred researchers at antique group. So you are in fact. One of those jokingly jobs and i always talk about in crypto. There's like five people the world qualified to talk about it. You probably one of those five hundred. If we're going to talk about post quantum crypto. Maybe i was really interested in. Public key crypto systems in how quantum computers could be used to break them. So that's specific staff of probably. Although less over time i guess as i've stepped into maybe a broader a broader role within. I need to get back on the show to talk about. Post quantum crypto kaz. Admittedly tell you. I have absolutely so little knowledge in that stays. It's not even funny all right so you we wanted to get this conversation. Getting kicked off around Around open source You've done some work in this in this area. Tell us a little bit about de get started their shirt so Of course at nc group we do like of security research and some of this is the more traditional vulnerability research so about a year and a half ago. Maybe there were a bunch of people that were getting very interested in figuring out. How do we better secure of open-source ecosystem because we know that there's been this sort of lacombe. Ole finding of random security bugs sometimes super inconsequential on super small projects. Sometimes absolutely massive about things like heart bleed so so like across time There's been there's been an uncovering in a very patchy way of vulnerabilities within open source software. So we were interested in really finding a way to coordinate impulse together and figure out what are some strategic steps forward in open source software security cool all right so look there. There has been so much raging debate And i use that word. Because it's almost like the windows versus lennox versus mac discussion. These days right turns into like a pseudo religious argument oval open source versus commercial software. Which one's better which one's more secure in insecurities Everyone goes and even if you had an app. Even for those of us have spurs one way or the other. You wait five minutes. And there's there's proof to the contrary so a you mentioned heart bleed right like then there's bash bog that forget the name of it but i mean if it had its own logo and i think we even made a theme song for crying out loud like it got it. It's gotten a little absurd. Yeah people are spending too much time marketing. Their bugs navy. But but you know we we open ourselves stuff was such a. I guess a revelation or wakeup call for a lot of us because there was this there was this belief that somehow open source. Stuff is you know. can infallible. Like all right. There's so many people looking at it and you know it's being reviewed in real time. It's the community. Always like their community has the opportunity to bug on either. We didn't or or there's something wrong with that argument. Yeah there's this tragedy of the comments thing that happens around open source software where we assume that just because someone can look at it. Someone has And we also assume that if someone's looking at it they are not an adversary and totally wanna do a responsible coordinated disclosure which is not often or not necessarily always the case so the i think hardly really opened our eyes to the impact that these bugs can have. I mean if you think about it. This was wet like spring. Twenty fourteen that this came out in public Showed us what the risk really looks like in practice you know. There was a single critical vulnerability found within an individual open source project that was maintained by only a few volunteers recall correctly. Like maybe one person was working on it. Fulltime and this was like the underlying infrastructure for like a non trivial portion of the entire internet yet and it compromises security of. I think it was like seventeen or somewhere. Unplug percent of all of the web servers on the internet. And it's like. I think this really shows us how like important. These software systems are and how many dependencies trace back to open source software. So when people are having this debate what is more secure open source or proprietary software. Obviously there's trade offs right. Proprietary can't necessarily have everyone look at the source but you're at least guaranteeing that someone probably is looking at the source an all of these other things but i mean it's it almost becomes a moot point to me because whether you make a case for proprietary software being more secure or open source software being more secure weather proprietary or open source. There's often dependencies upon core pieces of infrastructure that are open source so finding a way to secure these things matters and out of like what came with heart lead. The lennox foundation started like the core infrastructure initiative which put millions of dollars into helping secure open source software. So really open necessarily just kind of the next phase of of that work effort will be good excellent point because this is something that the scene repeatedly because a lot of the the foundations of nobody writes all their libraries right. I mean only the insane Scratch even when. I was the world's worst developer a million years ago. There would still be things you would include you do from other y- find something like okay. I need to know how to do. X y and z. Like i have no idea how to write. I'm gonna go find a l and include that. I can bring in pop that in want to use somebody else's optimized i don't have threat from scratch. Brilliant web apps are the greatest way to see this in action because there's just tons of frameworks plug ins and whatever and a lot of that stuff is open source maintained by the community and then we find out that there are a event julia every once in a while we find a massive bugs in in some of these things and then we gotta go hunting and got to realize that A lot of the commercial products out there have been source things inside them. That are vulnerable that it will like okay. So how do we fix this now. Yeah and like those transitive. Dependencies can often go many layers deep lake sometimes depending on something. That's depending on something. That's depending on open source library. Which itself is depending on some other open source component and often it can go many layers steve unlike just understanding those transitive dependencies where that risk comes into any product. Yet open source or commercial is very hard. It's something that Organizations don't necessarily do The organizations that rely upon these critical things don't always finds them or study them at the depth that you might expect that they would. So there's a definite need for folks that are interested in doing security research in working with open source maintainers to really come together and pull in the same direction. Otherwise we just have this infinite like finding of random bugs but if you think about. I don't know the statistics that ucla seve owner vulnerability databases. There's tens of thousands of vulnerabilities disclosed every year. That gets vs. There's way more than that that are being disclosed. That maybe don't tv's there's even more than that that are being found in not patched and there's probably even more than that being created input into existence so when we think about just the massive stale at which there exist 'vulnerability in sourcing beyond Clearly something needs to change in in the ways that we develop software in the ways that we secure software throat like this. Dlc in in what happens when we integrate these at risk components. So

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"jokingly" Discussed on 2 Ghoul 4 School

2 Ghoul 4 School

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"jokingly" Discussed on 2 Ghoul 4 School

"Had never heard him scream before that day but when we shone a light on it it was still there. I remember it ducking behind a few boxes. We all ran to the very corner of the attic and turned on a light all trying to gain the confidence to run. Pass those boxes and run downstairs. We finally did. And when i was running past it there was nothing. There are also bad places. Listen folks just have the main floors of your house. If you if you your place to put your shits you can put it on the floor that you live in. You don't need a small. A above or extraterrestrial subterranean thought the area to keep them. Yeah if you are if you're jettisoning them from the main structure of your house you're telling the ghosts and devils. I don't want this one. You can have this a little bit of my house. I'll have to agree with that. Like we're just saying appreciate. The floors of the house doesn't have extra little ones we've got you got plenty of course folks less the three scariest encounters they have had and i have had lake to others. Those were more eerie rather than blood. Chilling hope. I explained his will in after you. You did thank you. This invention ian. We appreciate it. Just stay away from those extra extra houses areas. Well let's i wanted to show you. The image of his house wants his cousin's house and honestly it looks like the house from the first season of card story. the murder. that is a dope house. Definitely goes live in there though. Yeah should move to the next one to this next mission. Definitely doesn't come from my sister. Theresa not sister teresa for sending this in. Yeah no but thank you to my sister. Teresa wrestling listen. Why are we thinking here. Sorry she i was. I was joking. She'd this was her. I was joe jokingly so she said the moon seems to appear in a lot of supernatural stories. I e where wolves harvest moon stories stories of people going insane during a full moon. Where do you think that. And how prevalent are mood stories about the moon. Nope and how prevalent spooky stories about the moon moves. Mysterious isn't it. The moon is very very mysterious. Very sexy you're not wrong. Moon is sexy like especially back in the times when they were still writing those first writing the idea of where wolves and whatnot in folklore and stuff if you need something to cause creatures to turn into something else and there was a big glowing white ball in the night sky. I'd probably say it was that to like back before we knew what the moon was outer. Space wasn't everything i agree. I think the reason that it's in so many of them is because i mean it does have actual effects on the earth. You know the time it does tides. And i think it might do something with with Periods menstruation doesn't control it. Isn't it the godmother of the periods. Maybe we've not I think they're prevalent enough spooky stories about the moon reviews. Warm well yeah. Everywhere with movie has very occult energy sewage. Yeah it really does gee to. It has one of times to witchcraft. You know like they say that it has powers can recharge your crystals and all that anything else you could say that we say something else about the move. That's all there is to say the most fucked up thing. I don't think that is all there is to say. I think that's all that we can say about it. And that's all that matters. If you have anything to submit whether it'd be a story or question or anything in between you can email us at two google for school podcast at dot com and you can also find us on instagram at tool from school pod. And we've got a sub reddit are slash two-goal for school. You can submit your situations or scary stories. You know y'all can talk to about it. I can get in there. And jacob also read on their. We'll just chat it out. I think it's going to be entity episode. Anything that's gonna be the all that data that's all folks. Well thank you for tuning in We hope you enjoyed the episode if you did check us out on the social media's we just plugged and we'll see you next time by off aw in..

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"jokingly" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Convention tonight. While President Trump keeps making mail fraud claims time. Dave Anthony Fox News, the president told Fox and Friends in California Dogs are getting I'm OK people that have been dead for 25 years of getting his critics have called his claims unfounded and Democrats a word he's trying to slow postal service. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live. Davis. Democrats make accusations about male and voting sabotage President Trump told Fox and friends he wants to make the U. S postal system better. We have a very, very good business guy running it, and I want to make a jokingly say, but it's true. I want to make the post office great again, okay, Democratic representative Debbie Dingell told Fox News constituents say they're not getting their prescriptions on time. We're witnessing post office far being picked up. We're being told of equipment being removed. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling lawmakers back from recess toe work on post office legislation By this weekend. They've Rachel the president will soon Lee from Minnesota. Then I'll campaign in Wisconsin hours before the Democratic Convention starts in Milwaukee, though, Joe Biden will remain in Delaware. This guy doesn't come out of his basement bargain, claims the president's butt a failure. His speech accepting the nomination Thursday will be done remotely like those speaking tonight. The theme is with the people, and it's got Senator Bernie Sanders, Socialist Get New York's governor into Cuomo, Michigan's governor gradually Member who nearly was the running mate. One Republican governor, an outspoken critic of Trump. John Kasich gets entering the club HR. In the main star of the night. Former first lady Michelle Obama boxes. Griff Jenkins, Fox News Radio's Democracy. 2020 Coverage of the Democratic National Convention will be live tonight, starting at 8 p.m. Eastern download Fox News app. Click to Listen Live. In Texas. The man barricaded in a home the day after shooting three police officers has let his brother and sister go. His mom remains with him in.

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"jokingly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We we used to jokingly or you know I used to I I I you sometimes just you know put the bear little bit would dawn I I placed on by two people smacking their gums eating popcorn with but we can't make fun of don anymore and science or scientific research right down so this is the thing this is a we're talking about the sound of chewing it's Michelle phony now it makes my blood boil when I hear somebody eat popcorn with their mouth open I feel rage inside I feel it's it's worse than like if I were to get a flat tire or something happen to be like I lost my job I can go okay all deal with this but when I hear those sounds I feel an inner rage that I can't really explain yeah so this is called miss of phony up and over the years scientists they've been skeptical about whether or not it is a real medical ailments well there was a time article about this and what they've done is that they did some research on this they they used MRI eyes to measure brain activity of people with ms so phone yeah while they listen to a bunch of sounds they had neutral sounds like rain a busy cafe water boiling and then unpleasant sounds in which are like a baby crying or person screaming yeah and then trigger sounds this is eating sometimes people can't stand the sound of a pen clicking or breathing other people breathing like mouth were so those are trigger sounds so what they found is that there is a real difference in peoples frontal lobes that have this and complain about it so they're seeing that there are critical brain changes that happen and light up whenever the trigger sounds happen so much like what I just said about if my car of my tire goes flat or if there's like honking of horns I'm like oh that's annoying but it's not rage so they've they've figured out and they can see on the brain how we do not interpret those sounds as something normal it actually sends off our fight or flight responses in that our brains are different and this is Ryan typically proven now cell does that make sense now fear you've been diagnosed yeah yet so so people there's a reddit group that I men that's miss so phony up and fascinated there's so many people that there's a whole community there's thirty three thousand people on this reddit thread that are describing what they talk about a lot of people have to wear noise canceling headphones all the time home family and family members who think it's funny and they do stuff on purpose so they're really friends lately like even parents that are like you know you mean like a someone calling plane I sound bites of people hi I've never met anyone that would do such a horrible thing what's going through my mind what what makes me feel and I don't know why I feel in rage will now I know but I have thoughts of when I hear the I've always been taught to chew with your mouth closed it was like embedded in me since I was a baby I think yeah repeatedly like don't don't chew with your mouth open you know which is involuntary and when I see a grown adults or people that should know better it grosses me out I. think about this the mouth their mouth and their spit in like the chewing of the food and also just that it's like.

"jokingly" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on The Big 98

"A microwave is it my drive right I'll say that jokingly I was someone help maybe for before she turns over there it is oh my god what is it I'm not yes a dozen or microwave on purpose Dr oz children be okay to have a microwave well yeah girl but this thing for you to make sure we can go without it for a little while her son or daughter they're gonna cook so much stuff with this thing is just absolutely beautiful walk in America what this is Henry how do you feel about that I feel good I feel good when you put a house music yeah this will fit in my pantry perfectly and you use it yeah first time how how long I haven't had a microwave in ten years yeah maybe how to handle some today Andre Melinda okay real mac and cheese the mac and cheese frozen dinners are great a meal of no no no no no well I don't think I'm in a no hunger jazz and dinners now I I still will not it'll be a rare it's street my husband's going to be happy because he can now heat up his coffee in a microwave which will be faster well any other microwave what's happening is happening great things right straight unplug got some miles on he's like does go over like it's rises and now his company comes on the once hot pockets one of the freezer dropping the whole use like okay we have no more likely if my house is probably gonna try to golfing detainees we like where's my gloves order number two you will give your Daddy yeah for sure Morgan number two is ahead of digital she is twenty five years old ocean I suggest a kidney and there's other that's thoughtful missile as I'm saying this time with the beer what do you call it I show circular both okay all right all right Morgan number did thank you his eyes and it's.

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"jokingly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You considered the impact of taxes in retirement the IRS might want a bigger piece of that pie than you realize the error do you think most retirees have a a tax time bomb within their retirement accounts well anytime yeah we're talking about our process the worry less wealth there's a lot of things you worry about obviously you know use your money a last November you need long term care like we're talking about the last segment everybody should always be worried about taxes and so one of the things that Lowe's me away in in the financial world is most financial visors haven't thing saying we don't provide tax advice we can give you tax advice and then they talk about your I. rooms your raw three or four oh one K. or get dividends capital gains talk about everything about taxes but then they say oh we can't help you with that it's like what that's awful so you know you really have to know what but because on a retirement with taxes and I actually jokingly tell people that that yeah you would not believe how how complicated taxes are retirement and nobody believes me until they retire and then it is amazing because if you think about it when you're working you get the W. too yeah you do your tax return yeah you do your taxes the that the you know not the end of the year but the next meal next spring right in there's not much to do yeah you've done whatever you could do did you find your four oh one K. or not other than that there's usually not much changes that you make at that point but in retirement you've cat all these different pockets think of those different pockets they have different types of of issues with them so if you take money from your IRA pocket well we know that's a hundred percent federal state taxable if you take from your normal dollar money we like to call non qualified money just regular dollars sets in the mutual fund or stocks or whatever then you have a principal in capital gains so that's one type of money and then what about rough area of courses are tax free so it's great great so you may have some some of the in between stuff baby did some non deductible iras review did some at tax deferred annuities are other things that that may have some all all gain first and then some tax basis for some combination so it can get really super complicated depending on which bucket you take the money from independent how you structure your soul security may or may not get taxed still has some pretty big ramifications for if the plan this ahead of time well we've all been trained to look at our taxes backward right we're looking at I'm you know in the rear view mirror and it's already happened and now that there's not much you can do now and so when your retirement you have planned this ahead which is very different than we were that were used to and then the other part I think people really mess up on is knowing what the difference between adjusted gross income in taxable income in actually pay is since the meek a hundred thousand dollars but you're maxing out your four oh one K. some injection making seventy five and then you get so security tax and some other stuff coming out maybe some play benefits and so forth so you know maybe your take home pay is only forty five hundred or something so you think if I take forty five hundred out of all my assets are maybe if I take out five or six of the the same tax affect but it may actually be higher because you had a lot more taxes a lot more money coming out because you don't have those four oh one K. write offs you don't have probably as much mortgage interest deduction yeah hopefully don't have the kids at home anymore although too many do and so so yeah that's what I think you really need to figure out is when you're talking about that tax time bomb yeah there's a lot of taxes that you may have to pay an and C. might really want to rethink how your plan in your retirement and and how much is gonna be taxable retirement all right Eric so what would you say is our window of opportunity to do something about taxes will so I'm all about having it let me and my boys I was in scouts were boys are in scouts and one of the big things is being prepared one of the problems with if you have everything in the stock market and the market is down you're gonna have a lot of problems so that's why we always tell people you have some foundational money stuff they can't go away some steady income money and the market dollars we'll see replies for taxes if you have a hundred percent of all your money or the vast majority of most of all your money and in tax deferred four oh one K.'s in IRA's and then you hit retirement in almost a hundred percent of everything you have is than taxable levels taxes go up you have no choice you've got no options yeah you weren't prepared and so I think right now one is one of the best times in the world ever that we've seen in decades probably is to look at doing some rough conversions look at moving some money in a Roth IRA is maybe like ten or twenty thousand maybe it's fifty who knows but you have to really look at say okay well what's my tax rate today and what's most likely gonna be my tax rate in five or ten years and then what you would do is a fat tax for you think should be a lot higher in five or ten years once you go up to that bracket today with a rough version and then that money's going to be tax free retirement than you have at least some money that you can blend in with your all hundred percent tax for money if you have some that's tax free that is going to lower your whole overall brackets but again that that takes planning it takes strategy it takes time to talk to somebody who knows not only taxes but financial planning both and so that's why we've come up with a report on taxes since them tax strategies in retirement it's a short like ten or fifteen page report is really easy to read nylon Jerry and so don't worry about that and so is that so the last one to get a copy of the don't worry we'll spend the outer texture to the death or anything like that will just send you the link to you to download it Texas.

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"jokingly" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Ross the far in church it's located on west Mifflin in Bedford street right on the corner. There used to be the small former around laundromat there. The line of Judah house of russified church now by just stop by there. W R T is support wealth. Not WTI tropical rhythms in RPM. Manage AM looking out for us just the crew. Zuhdi madison. Says they're not legal. Messing with the church, man. I don't get any rate rows Jesse needs our support even stop by their give them a little contribution towards his legal fees. Z needs the needs to get his product back. And jokingly say product, you know, what I mean? Ross Jesse doesn't have a lawyer. But he cites a unanimous two thousand six years supreme court ruling about religious freedom. Well supported that. Yes. Yes. Forget it is. Myth Landis Parkin is going to be a little tight down there. Careful with the alcohol abuse stick place..

"jokingly" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Thanks to Messina touring girl. Have a great day. Join us show. Okay. Thank you very much. Yeah. Hold on one. Second. Throws it away from me. Pauline. The paper like sheet. She'd like what am I supposed to do with this thing where she like, what do you call this like flinches away? Like, I'm not touching that. I am above. Above the relay to the trash can confused while you were handing me a piece of paper read that if you're gonna sit and Rubio's chair. Cheers. A lot of movement. Let them move in shares by the way, I would like to say Joffrey, he's in attendance at work today often he has another a lot of people ask where Joffrey Jaffray has a fulltime day job. And oftentimes it conflicts like yesterday bills and believe it or not we we don't really. Well here so he has to do that. But but Thursday is a day that he tends to have work commitments at the other job that would preclude him from playing the throwback Throwdown, which is very upsetting to people when he's out here. He's here today, and he will be playing just after eight o'clock Kaelin's out today. She Jason Brown. Here's his birthday. Jason Brennan the studio. Yes, we get Jason Brown down here. He wants to plan birthday. It's the owner of kiss FM Jason Brown's birthday today. So we should see if he wants to play the throwback Throwdown. That's after eight o'clock, Shelly a woman jokingly asked her and it used to be on these dating apps now. Of course, you're a you're married, but. A woman jokingly asked her Tinder match to submit a resume in order to be her date at her sister's wedding. That's coming up, and he did it. The man went all out with all his qualifications on the resume which included that he is handsome and a decent conversationalist. He also listed his experience as being a wedding guest and other events and also earning the role as best man at his brother's wedding that you ended up going on a few dates did not end up going to sister's wedding. But I guess she was joking like a semi resume. Let's see what you got. And and and he did what would be would you say your top qualification? Okay. If you were back on the single market again, and you were to say in you would have to submit a resume to a prospective partner. Or would you say as if it were a job? What would you say is your number one person? Well, you know, you like this is your your sending your resume to some of the opposite sex too. And and you're trying to get the job being with them. So what's the headline? What's the headline gag reflex?.

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"jokingly" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on WTVN

"It's way too early anybody who's people post model predictions seven days in advance is the how many pencil and interests. Now, you're gonna get that's just disingenuous. They really shouldn't be doing that. You you you brought up the blue spruce, and you and I were together at a conference down in Cincinnati sharonville buggy Joe Bloggs, and in a lot of folks from Ohio State, and all it's a great always a great conference. The one of the things that came up there, and you were talking about the blue spruce as far as the struggling that blue spruce going through pretty much not just a high of what other states as well. Yeah. I mean, I kind of jokingly tell my clients that if you if you go to Google, sending our dying blue spruce trees before you hit the enter button, you might want to step back from your computer does is gonna blow up on you. So just a ton of information. You'll Michigan State University has a really good article on it. And I have that linked on my web page link from my web page, but that's the best. That's probably the best. Not to interrupt. You one of the best. I think pieces of information about blue spruce decline. My print that I give that the people all the time. They did a great job on that one. Yeah. They they do a great job on a lot of things. And it's Michigan state and not that other universal. They don't like Michigan either. So. Right. Right. Right. But but yeah, I mean, it's not just exclusive to Columbus or Ohio. It's all through the east and midwest, it's a complex problems. I mean, there's not necessarily one smoking gun..

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"jokingly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hurley, I'm Gary McNamara during the commercial break a couple of commercial breaks. Go Eric was asking the question though. And this is we mentioned it jokingly during one of our segments that if Trump. Trump came out and said, look I'm going to propose Medicare for all what the response would be number one there'd be booze because the Republicans would bullet. If he said it, but what would the response be of the Democrats sitting there? And what would the media say the next day? It's not going to happen. But it'll be interesting to see. You just. Even if he just did it for could you imagine this? Now, this this is what look. The the the great political analyst Chachi said. We're both from queens. He's messing with you is messing with. So what he should do is. He should say that I'm gonna propose Medicare for all. And then two days later say I was just kidding. I just wanted to show you how the media would respond. They all want Medicare for all. But they don't want Trump's Medicare for all right? Oh, man. Please. Make that happen. It's not. In another world would just like this. And then two days later, he resents I was messing with you. I wanted to see I wanted to prove to you that I could offer Medicare for all you want you want to know the fake news. The media bias out there there. It is offered Medicare for all full coverage for everybody. Nobody pays the scent. Seventy percent eighty percent tax in order to be above a Casio Cortez. Eighty percent tax and anybody who makes over fifty million dollars a year Medicare for all free college for all guaranteed income for all. And the media has completely turned against me that this is a completely and totally irresponsible thing to do because we can't pay for it. Well, number one. I was kidding. Number two. Thank you. Mainstream media for making my point exactly. Because that just watching the response, you know, in the chamber. In the house on the house floor. I would just love it. Because the, you know, the Republicans will be going, boo. The democrats. They're not gonna plod, but they're looking at each other going. What do we do? What do we do? Now. Let's have some fun here. I think Trump should say things because remember Pelosi is sitting right behind him. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. He should just say things to get a reaction from her. Yeah. Exactly. I just watch the Pelosi face. What what what he say?.

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"jokingly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Six thirty Washington's mall, W M A L. Washington comes to talk. Radio he served currently, and I'm Gary McNamara during the commercial break a couple of commercial breaks. Go Eric was asking the question though. And this is we we mentioned it jokingly during one of our segments said if Trump. Trump came out and said, look, I'm gonna propose Medicare for all what the response would be the number one there'd be booze because the Republicans would booed if he said it. But what would the response be of the Democrats sitting there? And what would the media say the next day? It's not going to happen. But it'll be interesting to see. You just. Even if he just did it for could you imagine this? Now, this this is what look. The the the great political analyst Chachi set it. What we're both from queens. He's messing with your is messing with. So what you should do is. He should say that I'm gonna propose Medicare for all. And then two days later say I was just kidding. I just wanted to show you how the media would respond. They all want Medicare for all. But they don't want Trump's Medicare for all right? Oh, man. Please. Make that happen. It's not. In another words, and then two days later, he was sentenced I just was messing with you. I wanted I wanted to prove to you that I could offer Medicare for all you want you want to know the fake news and the media bias out there there. It is offered Medicare for all full coverage for everybody. Nobody pays the scent. Seventy percent eighty percent tax in order to be above a Casio Cortez. Eighty percent tax and anybody who makes over fifty million dollars a year Medicare for all free college for all guaranteed income for all. And the media has completely turned against me that this is a completely and totally irresponsible thing to do because we can't pay for it. Well, number one. I was kidding. Number two. Thank you. Mainstream media for making my point exactly. Because that just watching the response, you know, in the chamber. In the house on the house floor. I would just love it. Because the, you know, the Republicans will be going, boo. Democrats. They're not gonna plod, but they're looking at each other going. What do we do? What do we do? Now. Let's have some fun here. I think Trump should say things because remember Pelosi is sitting right behind him. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. He should just say things to get a reaction from her. Yeah. Exactly. I just to watch the Pelosi face. What what what he say?.

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"jokingly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jokingly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Year. Makes you feel alive. The best part of this tradition as you cleanse off last year. Baptism. And he starts the new year fresh, right? Oh. From New York Brooklyn in the house. America. The swimmers had the advantage of unseasonably mild weather temps were in the high. Fifties you compare that to last year on New Year's day when the temperature hovered at just seventeen degrees and some cops in Kentucky are having some fun after an empty Donut truck. Caught fire. Nobody was injured when the crispy cream driver stopped Monday after noticing smoke in the cab of his truck following a delivery in Moorhead a Lexington. Police posted photos on social media of the blackened side of the truck. Officers joke Lee joke Liam jokingly morning. The trucks lost the post was accompanied by the comment. No words police departments from across the country chimed in offering condolences with the New York City. Police department tweeting hang tight, we're sending back up forthwith. We hope you like spring polls. Just don't send me sprinkled Donut from Krispy Kreme. Give me the original crispy cream, just the glaze. And I'm good to go. They don't do it right with any of the other concoctions in.

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