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Starbucks Ties Executive Pay to Diversity Targets
"Starbucks is making an effort to increase its diversity throughout the company. The coffee chain will be requiring diversity training for executives and tie their compensation to increasing minority representation in its workforce. Warm or we turn to the KCBS Ring Central Central News News Line Line and and check check in in with with Wall Wall Street Street Journal Journal reporter reporter Heather Heather Haddon, Haddon, who who has has been been following following this this story, story, Heather, Heather, Thanks Thanks for for being being with with us. us. Starbucks Starbucks follows follows a a number number of of other other companies companies were were doing doing similar things to increase diversity in the workplace. Yes, it certainly got a lot of attention and corporate America beginning in the summer with all the racial unrest in arresting general. I'm following that George Floyd. Murder, but Starbucks they say that this journey began to them earlier. They had a pretty high profile into them. But there is an arrested too. Black men in a Philadelphia store, which prompted them Tio hiring an outside consultant and doing the whole assessment of their diversity levels on multiple levels of the chain, the corporate level the store level manufacturing level. And prompted them to identify some areas where they think they need to do more work and which there now targeting through what he said training through a tying Progress with their executive pay through a mentorship program, the whole comprehensive approach there taking, But I understand they're actually getting some pushback, or at least companies like Starbucks getting pushback from the federal government in mandating training like this is that right? Yes, but the timing of this is really interesting, Starbuck says again. Thes efforts were long underway about last month. Federal government Came out with an order saying that they were going to Scrutinized federal contractors who do answer by training, who said specific targets and metrics when it comes to Racial diversity in hiring and already They're starting to enforce that, In certain ways the broader executive order goes into effect. Next month, but it seems the Labor Department's already started. Look at this. Issue and is going after some companies they say have infringed on some of these issues They highlight. Just connecting all the dots. Starbucks is indeed a federal contractor. They are concerned, Um They said to me, so yes, this is an issue that could be could be of issue for them. Do you think the other Cos we're going to follow? Starbucks is so huge. Do you think other companies are going to follow despite that issue with being a federal contractor? Yeah, It's really a moment for a lot of these companies. You know, I would say broadly, the movement was pushing in this whole direction. Fire to this to this announcement by the White House so he could start to create somewhat of a chilling effect of some companies who maybe not want to get into the crosshairs of Federal government that said, like he said, Starbucks He's a leader. When what I was talking to them about this, they said. We believe we're taking a leadership position on this and they want other companies should join with them. They feel like this will have broad support amongst their workforce. And so they We're quite confident in their position, and they think others should
Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow
"To Pluto's, if you could mail folks back home, a scenic postcard that featured white capped mountains. That's because Pluto's Pluto's thie thie only only place place in in the the solar solar system system other other than than Earth Earth that that is is known known to to have have mountains mountains with with white white peaks. peaks. As As NPR's NPR's group group Nell Nell Greenfield Greenfield voice voice reports. reports. These These mountaintops mountaintops aren't white because of fallen snow. A tourist on Pluto's could take in all the sights that NASA's New Horizons probe discovered five years ago like a big, heart shaped glacier made of frozen nitrogen, methane and carbon monoxide. And just to the west of Pluto's icy heart. There's mountains. Tongi Betrothal is an astronomer at NASA's Ames Research Center, He says thes mountains are made of water ice. Whatever I some pretty is so cold that its hard Just like a rock on Earth. So that's why you can make mountains off. What Ison Pretty. The mountains are about 2.5 miles tall, like the Alps. They're mostly dark brown and red because they're covered in particles from Pluto's Hayes. The peaks, however, are bright white and because they look so much like white capped mountains on earth. Initially, it seemed logical that this this high high altitude altitude first first first call call call call from from from from like like like like on on on on years. years. years. years. But But But But now now now now he he he he and and and and his his his his colleagues colleagues colleagues colleagues say say say say in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal Nature Nature Nature Nature Communications Communications Communications Communications that that that that Pluto's Pluto's Pluto's Pluto's mountaintops mountaintops mountaintops mountaintops got got got got their their their their white white white white in in in in an alien way on earth. Snow collects at mountaintops because at higher altitudes, thie air and ground or colder as a moist wind approaches a mountain it rises up slope, and it could On water condense their two from snow on clouds on top of the mountains on Pluto's. It's completely different. It's not snowing on Tito, he says. They're the atmosphere actually gets warmer at higher altitudes because of heating from the sun. The surface of these water. Ice mountains remains super cold, however, and because these tall mountains peak in a region that's full of methane gas, the methane becomes frost on the cold surface, so you you have have no no formation formation of of clouds. clouds. Onion. Onion. You You have have no no formation formation off. off. I I see see particles particles in in the the atmosphere. atmosphere. Every Every single single kills kills directly directly at at the the surface, surface, he he says. says. Something Something similar similar might might happen happen on on Triton Triton Moon Moon of of Neptune, Neptune, But But Triton Triton is is kind kind of of flat. flat. So So Pluto's Pluto's a a and and earth earth maybe maybe the the on on ly ly spots spots in in the the solar solar system system to enjoy white capped mountain scenery. Nell Greenfield's Boyce NPR news
Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow
"You could mail folks back home, a scenic postcard that featured white capped mountains. That's because Pluto's Pluto's thie thie only only place place in in the the solar solar system system other other than than Earth Earth that that is is known known to to have have mountains mountains with with white white peaks. peaks. As As NPR's NPR's group group Nell Nell Greenfield Greenfield voice voice reports. reports. These These mountaintops mountaintops aren't white because of fallen snow. A tourist on Pluto's could take in all the sights that NASA's New Horizons probe discovered five years ago ago like like a a big, big, heart heart shaped shaped glacier glacier made made of of frozen frozen nitrogen, nitrogen, methane methane and and carbon carbon monoxide. monoxide. And And just just to to the the west west of of Pluto's Pluto's icy icy heart. heart. There's There's mountains. mountains. Tongi Betrothal is an astronomer at NASA's Ames Research Center, He says thes mountains are made of water, ice water, ice, and Peter is so cold that its hard Just like a rock on Earth. So that's why you can make mountains off. What Ison Pretty. The mountains are about 2.5 miles tall, like the Alps. They're mostly dark brown and red because they're covered in particles from Pluto's Hayes. The peaks, however, are bright white and because they look so much like white capped mountains on Earth. Initially, it seemed logical. That's his his high high altitude. altitude. First First call call from from like like on on the the ears. ears. But But now now he he and and his his colleagues colleagues say say in in the the journal journal Nature Nature Communications Communications that that Pluto's Pluto's mountaintops mountaintops got got their their white white in in an alien way on earth. Snow collects at mountaintops because at higher altitudes, thie air and ground or colder as a moist wind approaches a mountain it rises up slope, and it could On water condense their two from snow on clouds on top of the mountains on Pluto's. It's completely different. It's not snowing on Tito, he says. They're the atmosphere actually gets warmer at higher altitudes because of heating from the sun. The surface of these water. Ice mountains remains super cold, however, and because these tall mountains peak in a region that's full of methane gas, the methane becomes frost on the cold surface, so you have no formation of clouds. Onion. You have no information off. I see particles in the atmosphere. Every single kills directly at the surface, he he says. says. Something Something similar similar might might happen happen on on Triton Triton Moon Moon of of Neptune, Neptune, But But Triton Triton is is kind kind of of flat. flat. So So Pluto's Pluto's a a and and earth earth maybe maybe the the on on ly ly spots spots in in the the solar solar system system to enjoy white capped mountain scenery. Nell Greenfield Boyce
"journal journal" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"He said we're waiting on the bus that takes us back home. And that's I jumped on that bus, you know, and so it didn't work out and so now the second part of the question is how long did I how did I change the trajectory? Right so I didn't do the same thing cuz you see that all the time right like one person marries the same person that's you know, husband number fours same profile. So when I when I had this devastating divorce I was so committed to not being like my practice. I watched them go through the the divorce in nineteen. Ninety one. I was just starting college and both of them were so bitter and and so I just you can log Light them up with one question thirty years after the divorce. I mean, that's how crazy like my mother you can still get her mad and like 2 seconds by asking a question. She's lovely but they they you know work was never done around the anger resentment. You know, they both it was bitterness. So when I faced divorce after being a child of divorce I said to myself and I may need a promise. I will not become bitter. I will become better and that's actually my tag line when it comes to divorce. You have a choice to get better or get better. I help you get better. So I didn't know how long I was going to do that. Right? When in the beginning I was like I'm committed to Healing don't really know what that looks like, but I'm committed. So what I did is I journaled and I read and I read other people's stories. And then I also read about codependency. I read anything I could get my hands on. It's almost like I had I got my Master's in this like healing from divorced so then Thursday Start taking notes I Journal Journal Journal these journals became my book called surviving The Unwanted divorce and the in the book. I have all the tools and strategies that I used to actually heal. So I I thought from the end, right so thinking from the end I know wanted to heal didn't know the in between but I got there by just process, you know, processing and processing it so off when I wrote the book and like I said studied divorce then I made an attention to marry someone that was aligned with my core beliefs. And so like I said, I did so much work. I knew what I stood for. I knew that the next man. I married had to I'm a Christian and I am a strong in my faith. I knew that he had to be in line with my faith or it wouldn't work and the other things that go along with that. So that's how I chose the man that I married to now and we have a completely different relationship. So good. It's such a great relationship. In fact that often say, you know, if my apple cart had not been turned over and you know smashed to bits and put on fire cuz my story's pretty crazy. Then I would not have discovered how life how good life could be cuz I really did create a beautiful life after the devastation of divorce and so can everyone else. You made a statement in your sharing their about how you should have known better. How was how does someone actually no better until they get the experience because you know, I watch the example that family have this mother of four children three of them went through all kinds of rehabs and the youngest that's when the mother finally called me. She said I don't understand the youngest watched all three of their siblings, you know, go through the horrendous journey of getting treatment going into recovery. Why don't they do it themselves as well? It was predisposed different with addiction and said it's a disease but how does one you know until one learns makes mistakes get outside knowledge work with others talks about it..
"journal journal" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Yeah. Letting the AI into the brain. Thank you Komo computers coming. It's OK. But are we really getting there this week? The on Friday what he announced is his his device last year, he announced a robot that was going to eventually do brain surgery to put a brain implant behind your ear But now they've kind of changed their plan and they are talking more about developing an interface technology where the. The. Robot would implant a little plug into the top of your skull and the plug would contain about a thousand electrodes. Little teeny tiny tiny wires someday hopefully up to ten thousand electrodes that would then interface with neurons in your brain to collect signals from your brain. That could then be re read by this device, which is Bluetooth enabled. And the Bluetooth enabling would allowed the device to talk to computers. The computer could then potentially do things he showed in the. Press Conference the device. Being used as it's currently implanted in a pig named Gertrude, the pig has an implant and whenever her snout is touched, there's an array of electrical activity from neurons being activated in the brain that brutal approved, and so it showed very musical display of neuronal activation. Is this an advancement on anything that we currently have the answer so far is no. We already have brain implants and in fact, there was a story from. In April this year of a flexible neural interface that was published in science. Translational magazine site try it science translational medicine that has over a thousand IM- electrodes in this device that would potentially would would out last and out work the implant that musk is is talking about so. This device is not that musk is selling at this point. Has Not yet been approved for human use. He's gotten breakthrough technology ability from the FDA so he can start looking at it in people, but so far it's just been animal trials they're looking at human stuff in the future. Is it a big deal so far? The the the verdict is no that doesn't mean it won't be because he is recruiting very intelligent enabled engineers to be able to develop this technology further. Will it become the thing that? Lets us be equals with the I that is definitely yet to be seen. I still need to talk about space and dark energy. Because we're not done with that story about dark energy. There's a lot of dark energy, right? Lot of dark energy in the universe, it's pulling US apart. Dark energy, it's causing things to. Spread out all over you know dark matter is the clumping dark energy is the. In of the universe which is accelerating it's like some day we're going all these so far apart from other galaxies and other places in space, we won't be able to see them or detect them in any way. Where is the dark energy? How do we find it? It's dark. What is it? There has been a hypothesis for decades that not all big old stars form black holes or at least not black holes in the way that they are described by physics that there is an alternative kind of black hole. It's called the road. Generic object of dark energy. Yes. I've crystals inside STU. Now it has dark energy inside. In that win big old stars collapse, they don't just form a black hole. They don't break Einstein's equations. There's no singularity. What happens is you get a spinning outer layer around a core of dark energy That's dark. So we can't see it and it acts just like a black hole except it's not. It's the black holes dark cousin that we don't talk about. Anyway. The black hole. And there's been some evidence in gravitational wave detection that some of the mergers of black holes that we're seeing the are they're bigger than they should be, and so one of the explanations that is not really black holes that are merging, but they're actually these geodesic that are merging that they're mergers of dark and. But this is that's another side story to all of this researchers at the University of Hawaii the Department of physics and astronomy. They've been working on this idea of. Odes. And last year they showed that Jodi could in principle provide. The necessary dark energy that's in our universe to explain dark energy in our universe. If, they moved by black like black holes say one of the researchers can croker staying close to visible matter galaxies like our own Milky Way would have been disrupted and obviously our galaxy hasn't been disrupted so. There's some place else and so they've just published in the astrophysical journal Journal, a new study looking at the dynamics of these jobs and they're spinning and they put the Spinning of these g odes into a computer simulation and determined how they moved relative to each other and they found that. If the outer layers spin slowly. The joads love to clump and they actually clump more than black holes. They're super clumpy but if they spin. Superfast near the speed of light then they avoid each other. They're like tops that don't want to be near each other. They're like boom. Let's go to the other edges the galaxy. And they re pelley chapter. What this means they solved a bunch of equations and looked at energy and mass distribution in the universe and pretty much the dark spaces in the clumsiness of our universe. Are, probably filled with DHS and that would explain everything. They think that the distribution of matter. And Dark Energy in our universe is explained by the fact that these g odes are spare though these big collapsed old stars that ended up being dark energy spinning around really really fast and repelling themselves and everything else and that. Instead of hanging out with places like the Milky Way, in our black hole there like I gotta get.
"journal journal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You know when I took a look at the book I thought to myself interesting subject. But how does one go about researching it in coming up with any answers? Tricky, I mean for for one. So I happen academic science background wasn't national level track runner and but but it was really hard I sort of if you notice in the chapter, I sort of had to to bite off one big question at a time and almost isolate each one in chapter and you know I spent a year before I even put pen to paper just reading ten scientific journal Journal articles per day every day just so I could figure out what to sort of discard and what kind of bring into the pile that that might be interesting to talk about it was A. It took me a long time to do the book. You say in high school I wondered whether Jamaican Americans who made our track team. So successful Mike Carey some special speed gene from their tiny island in college. I ran against Kenyans and wondered whether endurance genes might have traveled with them from East Africa at the same time I began to notice that a training group of my team on my team could consist of five men who would run next to one another stride for stride day after day and nonetheless turn out five entirely different runners. How could this be? Did you ever get an answer to that? You know I I did and actually there's a there's anecdote in the book I talk about me and my college trading partner. I was a walk on very lightly regarded athletically he was a highly touted recruits and we would do the same training every day stride.
Atlanta - White House says Georgia now leads nation in rate of new virus cases
"Report from the White White House House Corona Corona virus virus Task Task force force shows shows Georgia Georgia now now leads leads the the nation nation with with the the highest highest rate rate of of new new Corona Corona virus virus cases. cases. Atlanta Atlanta Journal Journal Constitution Constitution writer writer Greg Greg Bleustein Bleustein tells ws me. The task force continues to place a state in the red Zone for severity of the outbreak. That certainly Shows that Georgia is struggling in a sense to contain the virus. In fact, in just the last 24 hours, the state confirmed 69 deaths, nearly 300 hospitalizations and more than 2800 cases of covered 19.
John Lewis funeral to be held at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist
"John Lewis will lie in state in the U. S capital Today. Each day of memorials for John Lewis, the civil rights icon and congressman from Georgia has a theme today and tomorrow. That theme is conscience of the Congress. Lewis passed away at age 80 on July 17th after a a battle battle with with pancreatic pancreatic cancer. cancer. His His body body will will lie lie in in state state at at the the Capitol Capitol Rotunda Rotunda until until tomorrow tomorrow afternoon's afternoon's memorial memorial ceremony ceremony there. there. Set Set for for two two o'clock. o'clock. Lewis Lewis will will reach reach his his final final resting resting place place in in Atlanta Atlanta on on Wednesday. Wednesday. With With his his funeral funeral set set for for Thursday Thursday morning. morning. The The Atlanta Atlanta Journal Journal Constitution Constitution says says Mourners Mourners are are encouraged encouraged to to tie tie a a blue blue or or purple purple ribbon ribbon to to their their front front doors or in their yards to commemorate his life. Regis
Atlanta - Georgia Department of Education considering delayed school start date
"Across Georgia could be pushed back until after Labor Day. School districts across Georgia are controlled locally, so it isn't clear what impact unmoved by the State Board of Education could have. But there being considered, considered, she she tells tells The The Atlanta Atlanta Journal Journal Constitution Constitution her her organization organization wasn't wasn't consulted, consulted, She She says says the the move move flies flies in in the the face face of of local local control control and and doesn't doesn't see see how how it it helps helps anything. anything. Chris Camp, 95.5 WSB 73 degrees
Civil rights icon John Lewis remembered in Atlanta
"John Lewis, the civil rights icon and George representative died Friday at the age of 80. Pancreatic cancer. His brother Grant Lewis spoke about the lost today on behalf of the family. He fought until the very end. That was my big brother. He was a fighter with a tenacious spirit. But he was also gracious and kind hearted. How to keep the legacy alive. For John Lewis, This is Chris Camp. Is there a place for John Lewis in National Statuary Hall in the U. S Capitol. Every state has two statues. Georgia has Dr Crawford Long and Alexander Stephens, the vice president of the Confederacy, who once promised that the cornerstone of the Confederacy would be white supremacy. Has been a moving the Legislature have Stevens removed. removed. The The Georgia Georgia House House speaker speaker David David Ralston Ralston likes likes the the idea idea of of a a John John Lewis Lewis statue, statue, telling telling The The Atlanta Atlanta Journal Journal Constitution. Constitution. Our Our state's state's history history is is more more than than just just the the civil civil War. Chris Camp, 95.5 86 degrees
The race problem in economics
"The American Economic Association or the A is the biggest and most important professional organization of economists in the country, and it recently made a statement saying that it had quote only begun to understand racism and its impact on our profession and our discipline. Black economists are severely underrepresented in the field of economics, according to a survey from the EA. Only about three percent of economists are black. Nearly half black economists say they have experienced discrimination in the profession, and only seventeen percent of black economists agreed with the statement that quote. People of my race are respected within the field, and this matters not just for the economics profession it matters for how all of us understand the whole economy and. And it matters how economic policy gets made John Jones is an economic analyst and the Managing Director for policy and research at the groundwork collaborative. What we have learned right now. Is that like we have a worse understanding of the economy because we haven't been listening to economists of color like we're actually worse at economics, because we have denied a voice to folks who understand the different way, so here's an example before the financial crisis of two thousand eight, the unemployment rate for black Americans started rising earlier and more sharply than the unemployment rate for White Americans. In fact, this often happens before recessions, and if there had been more black policymakers or black economists who were advising policymakers. Who understood this dynamic black workers are often the first to lose their jobs before a recession than it is at least possible that policymakers would've reacted more quickly to help the economy, and you might have also had new in different ideas for how to help the Economy John L. Herself along with the economist. Jared Bernstein recently published one such idea. It is a proposal that the Federal Reserve should focus explicitly on the black unemployment rate when it makes decisions about managing the economy, black workers restorick starkly have been roughly twice as likely to be unemployed as white workers, so according to Gino's proposal, focusing on the black unemployment rate would ensure that everyone benefits from A. A strong economy, and as for how to get more economists of color into the economics profession, Juno says one idea is for there to be more. Black economists included among the gatekeepers of economics at universities and economics journals, who are the editors at the top journals who are the deans who recruit new cohorts Janelle release this idea to an early experience of her own. When Economists Sandy dirty recruited her to Duke University, her own career and her contributions to economic ideas, she says might have ended up on a totally different path if he hadn't done that. I was entirely recruited because sandy dairy was a tenured professor at Duke and wanted more students of color. But you know like if he's not promoted to have tenure and job security to be able to take a risk on someone else like. Students of color don't get recruited. The events of recent months have led to renewed discussion among economists and economic policy. For more ways to fight racism inside the profession and to include more diverse approaches to studying economics font, the crowd is a senior research assistant at the Federal Reserve, and she is the CO founder of the sadie collective, a group that supports young black women who want to enter the field of economics with everything that's going on now with the covid nineteen pandemic with the higher unemployment rates in the black community. With the police brutality, the issue of that and the death of George Floyd and what that has incited. We cannot afford for things to go back to how they were Fontana notes that only a tiny share of research papers, especially at the top economics, journals actually study race and racial discrimination and the fact that they don't win. Economics is a tool that's used to inform. Policy is very problematic, so a reckoning would mean that there would be a culture shift. Shift in economics, a number of block economists have also said that they were discouraged early in their careers from studying topics about race and racial discrimination, because they would not get published where they would not advance in the profession, recent study looked at the almost fourteen thousand research papers published between Nineteen, Ninety and twenty eighteen at in the most important economics journals. Journals. Only a hundred and five of those papers impurity tested for different kinds of discrimination, including racial discrimination, though fund is quick to add that there are some economists who have long been doing the work of trying to understand the effects of racism and racial discrimination on the economy. She points to journals like the review of black political economy which is published by the National Economic Association. It's just that this is not really widely read or widely embraced within the mainstream of the economics profession.
Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy
"They They filed filed for for bankruptcy. bankruptcy. They're They're closing closing down down stores. stores. All All the the Wall Wall Street Street Journal Journal points points out. out. This This isn't isn't just just about about coverted. coverted. There's There's also also about about casual casual Friday Friday and and move toward more casual dress in the workplace. Has hurt Brooks Brothers overtime. Odd wallah. Northern California
Media Surprised by Tesla Registrations Despite Shutdown
"Everybody robbing our here today we were talking about a number of different reports on tests registrations in the united. States in the month of April and May tussle stock, despite some of these reports finished the day up one percent to nine hundred ninety one dollars, seventy nine cents that compared to the Nasdaq up zero point two percent all right so as much as I would love to skip this topic because I think a lot of us know where this is. Is Heading. Most of the Tesla headlines today are related to a Wall Street Journal article published this morning titled Quote Tessa Registrations Plunge in California data tracker, says and quote, then leading off the article with quote, registrations of newly purchased Tesla vehicles plunged critical California market over the past two months according to new data underlining the challenge chief executive Elon, Musk faces to keep investor enthusiasm that has helped propel the company's share price and quote the Wall Street Journal Journal cites data from Dominion Enterprises which apparently tracks registrations in twenty four states that make up about sixty five percents of the US market, and in those twenty four states they say that Tesla registrations declined thirty three percent to fourteen, thousand, one, hundred and fifty one vehicles during the first two months off cue to the media, then seemed to go full, shocked Pika Chew Mon and read a whole bunch of articles about this highlighting Tesla's quote, unquote plunging registrations so. So I thought had a little bit of fun with that with the today. Apologies for that, but the point here is that this should not be surprising at all. People seem to have forgotten that Tesla. Had Their factory shut down for seven weeks from late March to early May as we know. Tesla is somewhat unique in that their registration or sales, information correlates strongly to their production rather than simply being an indication of demand like we might see from. Cars we can easily see this in the inventory numbers. If we look at Tesla, they had twenty days of inventory at the end of Q. on of March that comes right from their shareholder letter, and if we look at a company like Ford, for example, they said that at the march they had one hundred days of inventory so twenty days of inventory doesn't get. Get you too far when you're factories, shut down for fifty days compared to if you had one hundred days of inventory in stock like four does according to Cox Automotive, many brands actually had more than one hundred days of inventory at the end of March including Honda, jeep, Cadillac, an Acura and many others, and then even on the low end. They have KIA as. As the lowest brand at forty three days, so Tesla's inventory is about twenty to twenty five percent of the average and half of that of the lowest other brand in the US. The other important consideration here when we look at April and May specifically for the United States is that because Tesla restarted production in early, may that only gave them a couple or A. A few weeks to be able to produce vehicles ship them over to Europe and have them delivered within Q. Two, so with that being the case, obviously a very small amount of vehicles produced in May are going to actually be allocated for the North American market, so yeah plenty of reasons for us to expect registrations to have been down year over year in April. April and May in the US definitely not shocked Pichu type of situation, even with all that being the case in the same article, The Wall Street Journal says that Dominion Research says that the industry fell forty three percent in April and may remember. They have tussled down thirty three percent, so even without much inventory, Tesla is still outperforming the broader industry. You actually interpret. Interpret this as relatively bullish report. The other thing that I want to talk about briefly is the actual number here. So they said that registrations were fourteen thousand, or so in the first two months of the quarter and remember that's four states that make up about sixty five percents of the total US auto market. Tesla probably penetrates a little bit higher in those markets. Markets, because it does include California, so if we assume that that's about seventy five percent, then that can point to a number of about eighteen thousand five hundred vehicles registered in the United States in April, and met now I'm not putting much weight into these numbers, but that number does seem extremely reasonable. We know that Tesla began the quarter with about thirty thousand vehicles. Vehicles in inventory, so if we assume about half of that inventory, or about fifteen thousand vehicles were in the United States at the end of March then for us to have eighteen thousand vehicles registered in the US in April, and may sounds like a pretty reasonable number, if tussle were to sell off some of that inventory mentor, and then we add in deliveries from. That are probably not entirely allocated for Europe as well as Mata. Why if anything I see this report? As a low weight indicator that things are roughly on track. One less thing. I wanted to point out on this. The street did run article separate from my page on this topic and I didn't really love the headline. They reach out me, gave me the opportunity to add some context, and then actually included all of my comments in the article on this
Covid cases spike across the country as some leaders deny a second wave
"Another day of new coronavirus records in half a dozen states moving toward more pandemic freedoms three a reporting the most cases they've had had in in a a single single day day CBS's CBS's Manuel Manuel Bojorquez Bojorquez Texas Texas all all record record jump jump of of more more than than twenty twenty six six hundred hundred Florida Florida has has reported reported nearly nearly fifteen fifteen thousand thousand new new cases cases over over the the last last ten ten days days but but in in a a Wall Wall Street Street journal journal op op ed ed vice vice president president Mike Mike pence pence called called reports reports of of a a possible possible second second wave wave over over blown blown Florida Florida governor governor Disentis Disentis as new cases are not spread out over the state if you look at that counties that have ten percent or more positivity it's almost always and has agriculture links or prison or jail lane Texas Greg Abbott lays most of the blame on under thirty somethings going mask less New York governor Cuomo among the last two okay re opening announces a new step we're going to allow hospitals to accept visitors at their
Production reportedly slow at Tesla plant in California
"Wall Wall Street Street journal journal tech tech and and auto auto reporter reporter Tim Tim Hagen Hagen says says Tesla Tesla learned learned about about shutting shutting down down and and then then safely safely re re opening opening with with its production plant in China pepper was down for about a week is part of the government's efforts there to surprise stop the spread and then got back going very quickly and sales actually a really very dramatic increase in the first quarter but the question here outside of this huge auto plant how can Tesla re open if it isn't closed the news release from Alameda county doesn't specifically state any provision for the plant to close until Monday no I spoke with a few of the hundreds of workers arriving at the plant thousands really they are here for the early shift but they tell me the plant is slow one gentleman telling me the production line line in in his his view view is is at at about about thirty thirty percent percent
Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT
"Leadership means firmness not harshness or bullying understanding not weakness justice erase the freedom humaneness not intolerance generosity not selfishness pride. Not Egotism so little quote for you kick things off. This is coming very I ran across it the other day and as I ran across it I saw some of little bit of the dichotomy leadership in there and it just caught my attention. And it's a quote General Omar Bradley General with a good amount of name recognition but a general who kind of flew under the radar sometimes because he was competing with some some big names. You know he's competing with General Patton. He's compete with General Eisenhower. He's competing with General Montgomery so he kind of flew under the radar sometimes even though he does have the Bradley fighting vehicle named after him which is a awesome machine but he absolutely was a well regarded general in his own right born in eighteen. Ninety three in Randolph County Missouri worked as a boilermaker figured out he could get a free education by going to west point so he went to West Point graduated in Nineteen fifteen same years. Eisenhower by the way he was a really good athlete. Baseball Star could've played pro ball but chose to be in. The army chose to go and do his commitment to the army. One thousand nine hundred fifteen. You're probably thinking World War. One W W well. He actually didn't go to World War One and World War One. There were mining disputes in the unions in the in the minds up in Montana and they had to activate some army units to send them up there to guard the minds. And that's what he did. He did that for a little while. And then he did go to unit that was getting ready to deploy to World War One. The Spanish flu came which everyone seems to know about the Spanish flu. Now and there then there was the armistice and he didn't deploy so he didn't get any combat action in World War. One thought that that might hurt his career but he stayed in anyways ended up teaching tactics at the infantry school fast forward through the peace years may general in one thousand nine hundred forty two assigned the eighty second division the Twenty Eighth National Guard division eventually worked under General Patton as the deputy in charge of Second Corps and then took it over himself led the campaigns in Tunisia and Sicily. Ike Eisenhower selected Bradley to command the First Army during Operation Overlord D Day Command. He commanded the most troops of any general. Us General in history when he took command of the twelfth on weaker. One point three million troops to little decentralized command. Better come into play right there. Continue with all those troops to push through Europe until the fall Germany. We covered Ernie. Pyle on this podcast. Podcast number thirty nine. His book brave men. It was the heavies for my favor. Lines Ernie pyle nicknamed him the G. I. General because he was kind of a laid back down to Earth Guy didn't make a spectacle of himself. After the war he ran the VA for a while. The Veterans Administration I ever chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. During the Korean War retired in nineteen fifty-three after thirty eight years of service I found day. The Internet is amazing. I found any evaluation. You know we talk about the evaluations evaluation in the Marine Corps evaluation the navy evaluation. I found an evaluation of Bradley written by General Patent. Pretty cool because it shows it shows what type of a person patent was just in the way he wrote this thing so it says subject efficiency report through commanding general NATO USA APO five thirty four to add adjutant General War Department Washington DC name and grade of General Officer reported on Omar F Bradley Lieutenant General Period covered one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen forty two months in eight days duties performed commanding general to core one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen something unclear manner of performance superior F- Physical Activity Superior Physical Endurance Superior Knowledge of his profession superior for what command or duty would you specifically recommend him and army and then what opportunities have you had for observing him during period covered intimate daily contact. Does he rendered a willing and generous support to plans of superiors regardless of personal views. In the matter yes which is a very interesting topic to cover mean you think about what they've got in their physical duty not knowledge of his profession. What job would you recommend? Does he give generous supports to plans of superiors regardless of his personal views. No matter so this guy's going to back you up. The answer is yes and ten of all general officers of his grade. Personally known to you. What number would you give him on this list? And how many comprise your list and patterns answer is number one. I know all of them. Further remarks deemed necessary. None signed G. S. junior lieutenant general. Us Army commanded. So that's pretty awesome review. The interesting thing is if you know anything about the history of Bradley and Patton. There's some interesting dynamics. They first of all had very different personalities. Patent was you know flashy and go ego driven in a lot of ways and and Bradley was not and there's some quotes I pulled from patents journal Journals About Bradley. So it's interesting that he can have these right in that glowing like evaluation about him to try and get him promoted but at the same time here are some things he said about him. Bradley's to Conservative. He wants to wait until we can all jump into the fight together. By which time half our men will be. We'll have the flu trench foot. I wish he had a little more daring. Another one. Bradley is a good offer. Buddy utterly lacks it too bad. The IT Factor Echo Charles. Next one brag is a man of great mediocrity on the other hand. He has many attributes which are considered desirable. In general. He wears glasses which I have no idea I have no idea why. That's cool to be a general glasses. He has a strong jaw. He talks profoundly and says little and he is a shooting companion of our present chief of Staff. General Marshall also. He is a loyal man. I consider him to be among our better generals
"journal journal" Discussed on The Secret Lives of Black Women
"Making an impact and thank you so much. Thank you guys. Have me appreciate it? Thank you so Linzie. People's Wagner's just left the studio and I'm still kind of like decompressing because it was one of the best conversations we've ever had same. I'm feeling very introspective and inspired about the work that I do when like my personal life mission in relation to my work that I really WanNa like go home an journal Journal Journal and just think about it and just feel free reinforcement engaged and like and live in because I mean. I think that's the work that we do hard. It's just good to see someone who's just like still pushing through. I don't know if this is true across the board but the people that I've met in like the higher levels like the the more powerful people that I've met I've noticed something about them that they all tend to be really grounded and they all seem to have the same kind of language. They're talking about the same kind of things like they Have Boundaries with people that they separate work from personal time that they have a mission you know that they value their time and the position that they're in and they wanna make an impact a real one and it's okay if they ruffle feathers they're not trying to please everybody. There's a sense of self possession and I know myself I know where I'm from. I have a family life. I have people who support me. And I don't need the validation of the status quo and the reason why I'm so shook by CONDO is like learn. Well you and I have talked about this before but like I'm in a place right now where I'm really thinking deeply about what I wanna do in the space that I'm in as far as like work you know because like last year I was overworked and ultimately it made me very unhappy and dissatisfied but at the same time so I've talked about this on the show before like you know like I'm Haitian I'm an immigrant. I'm first generation like I feel like everything I do. I carry literally the weight of my whole family like I carry like. It's not just that I need to be successful but like I feel like every move I make either increases our fortunes dooms us and I realized that at the beginning of last year that I can't function in this way but I find myself in the same kind of mindset where I'm just like saying Yes to things and I'm just doing things because I feel like I can't say no or I can't. I can't not be successful or whatever that means and I'm really trying to break these patterns. I'm really trying to break this inner dialogue. That's telling me that I have to do whatever the fuck like I need to like. I'm really trying to get on my why am I here? What is the question? What is the point of this? If I'm going to be here in like what she was like what Lindsay was saying about. Like if we're going to do it less do it. You know so I'm just like what is it exactly that I'm trying to do girl. How do I do it? I'm in the same space because it's like I feel like they have last year as like okay. I feel like I have my mission right and it's just like the reason I'm here. I'm doing the work that I do because it is so important to me. That black people black women in particular see themselves reflected back in media and film but now in this place of like how what is the fun. What is the actual way that I achieved this mission I feel like seeing Lindsey and I think you have to of the sense of this very secure sense of self yes and like sense of like. I know who I am. I know I deserve to be here. And I'm going to like operate from this place of strain and I think she clearly is someone who knows she belongs. She's not questioning because that questioning takes up too much energy and it redirects your focus. She's focused. She knows she belongs where she is and she knows what she's doing and it's like. I'm finally stepping.
"journal journal" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous
"The latest one is called prediabetes a complete guide ride but the reason. I've asked you to join us today. Is that she was also a member of that panel of experts that raided the diets this year for US News and world reports. So I thought it would be interesting. Not just to talk with her about the results but also maybe get a little peek behind the scenes at the process. Welcome to the nutrition diva podcast Joel. Oh Hi so. Is this the first time that you have been on this panel or have you been doing this for a while now. This is my third year my third set of rankings workings might first year was twenty eighteen and said the first seven years where without me while they're making progress then will tell us a little bit about the process. Does the panel. Do you all have any input into which diets are going to be rated R.. Those always selected by the Journal Journal. Those are selected by the people who work for US news and do you know what criteria they used to select. It's them yes. They look at the things that are very popular. It's not what they think is good or bad or best or worst they look at what is very very popular so for example sample this year we ranked thirty five diets but last year I think we ranked forty on. I think the year before there were thirty eight so they asked some they subtract some depending on just the popularity of what people are talking about in in doing so the list includes diets had been around for decades as well as as you say some of the newer more trendy diets. Do you know if any of the diets that got ranked this year. We're brand new. First Time to the list I know there is actually nothing that was brand new this year. There are actually five less so five diets from last. Ask Your disappeared. But I can't remember off the top of my head. which ones they were they were just to at least popular? Okay so you get your list of diets that you're going to review and then what sort the things do you. The panelists take into consideration as you are ranking the diets or scoring the diets okay. So we don't meet as group. I know a lot of people. Ask that question we meet as a group and Hash things out. That's not the way it's done. We work on our own with a very long questionnaires where we're ask. Ask questions about how we think it holds up against healthy eating in general like the Guy Terry guidelines what we think it will do based based on rapid weight loss or long term weight loss. Heart health diabetes. That type of thing like you mentioned earlier and they give us a profile so the folks at US news give us a profile for each diet and we use that we use. What what else we know in our own experience? So I've been Dietitian in diabetes educator for many many years tons of experience working with people will with lots of various types of diets in various success of so we answered the questions based on our own experienced what we look in terms of research to the profile includes research summaries links so we can go and find out more so it sounds very comprehensive. I can see why by that would've taken you so long to to go through that but it's also very thorough and very comprehensive. I feel so I feel like I. I know I spent a lot of time. I would have to assume that others others did as well. Well let's talk a little bit about the results of this year's ranking so topping the rankings for overall best diet this year was the Mediterranean Diet which has been at or near the top of the list for years yes and other diets but in that top ten for overall best diet included the dash diet flex -tarian diet the mind diet many of these diets that my listeners will recognize because podcasts passed on them in the past but in your view what do these top rated diets seemed to have in common. Is there a common thread. Yes so the the top guys particularly the top three are very very similar. So That's Mediterranean dash inflexible -tarian so the top diets tend to to be more whole food based in they tend to have a plant slant so they may not be vegetarian Vegan but Mediterranean training dash lexa carrion new Nordic mind these diets Definitely a plant slant. That's doesn't surprise me which ones rank at the top lit also seem to me that another thing that these top diets had in common is that they were not so much a set of diet of rigid dietary. ooh or specific meal. Plan that you had to follow but more a a guideline set of eating habits almost a lifestyle approach I would agree with that for shore. You're the one that's probably. The most prescriptive would be dashed. Because is I know you're aware that was a giant that was designed by the NIH is a research tool originally to look at how we can lower blood pressure so that one is probably the most scripted that even and that one has a lot of flexibility in it so at the other end of the list for overall best diets were the Atkins Diet the do candidate the Kito Janik Diet which are all very low carb approaches right but I noticed that some of the other things at the bottom of the list were things like the raw foods Diet Paleo and whole thirty now those are not low carb diets per se. was there a common denominator. There were did these all end up at the bottom of the list for different reasons. Do you think I think they ended up at the bottom of the list. Because they're restrictive. They're taking away a lot of foods and then that of course lowers the score on. Ah Ease of following a diet. Not as one of the things that are that is scored is up following it and as you said. The flexibility of those others Diet Diet make make it easier to follow that gave them a higher score over all the other thing about it is dropping out a bunch of foods. You have less nutrition even if you think about all those fighter nutrients that we have in our plant foods like four thousand plus fighter nutrients or phytochemicals help fight disease. Protect us from cancer. Type two diabetes heart disease so forth. Those are largely in the foods that are taken away in these various groups and then when it comes to hold thirty something else in there. That's really kind of a problem for me. And that is that you have to follow a very rigid prescription for thirty days. And if you mess up by one bite or one lick you had on day twenty nine or thirty you have to start back day one and I just think that is a horrible message to tell people that either. You're a hundred percent right right or you're a total loser. Well and you know one of the things. A lot of people don't understand about the whole thirty is that it was designed not buy health or nutrition professionals but for what it's worth it was designed as a method of identifying food sensitivities and so it's essentially an elimination diet where its effectiveness. Activeness might be dependent on strict compliance. So that you can get that but you know it's not the best elimination diet out there and I think most people don't think of it as As a as an elimination diet they think of it as weight loss diet or a detox cleanse or some other kind of healthy diet reset so there's a lot of misunderstanding understanding about the whole thirty diet hoop a great so joe some of the diets that ranked at the bottom of the list were overall Diet. Actually ranked highest I in subcategories such as the one for fast weight loss. Now frankly I have always had a problem with that category to me it. It seems like a bit of an oxymoron because I think that fast weight loss' much more likely to be temporary weight loss so that's generally not what I'm looking for in a diet plan but it's still this this disparity between the ones that were best for fast weight loss were at the bottom of the list for overall helpfulness. So do we need a different diet to lose weight. Eight than we knew. Do just need to stay healthy while I don't think so. I think that the vast weight loss diets really set us up to have two sets. That's an unhelpful. Eating patterns one is when we're losing weight in one is when we're not gaining weight and so I think it's not a good idea at all but the to answer the question in the survey. Is this diet likely to lead to fast weight loss. Now I had to say yes kito and things like that. So that's how it gets up there because I think it is. It is true we see more rapid weight loss with very low carbohydrate diets than we do with other guy and commanded by the time you get out to your one year two there's really no difference anymore Of course I prefer the dies were rated overall for weight loss. Because because I don't care how long it takes you to lose weight and I don't mean you personally of course monitor but I don't care how long it takes somebody to lose weight. I just want them to lose it and keep it off absolutely okay..
The Best and Worst Diets of 2020 with Jill Weisenberger
"The reason. I've asked you to join us today. Is that she was also a member of that panel of experts that raided the diets this year for US News and world reports. So I thought it would be interesting. Not just to talk with her about the results but also maybe get a little peek behind the scenes at the process. Welcome to the nutrition diva podcast Joel. Oh Hi so. Is this the first time that you have been on this panel or have you been doing this for a while now. This is my third year my third set of rankings workings might first year was twenty eighteen and said the first seven years where without me while they're making progress then will tell us a little bit about the process. Does the panel. Do you all have any input into which diets are going to be rated R.. Those always selected by the Journal Journal. Those are selected by the people who work for US news and do you know what criteria they used to select. It's them yes. They look at the things that are very popular. It's not what they think is good or bad or best or worst they look at what is very very popular so for example sample this year we ranked thirty five diets but last year I think we ranked forty on. I think the year before there were thirty eight so they asked some they subtract some depending on just the popularity of what people are talking about in in doing so the list includes diets had been around for decades as well as as you say some of the newer more trendy diets. Do you know if any of the diets that got ranked this year. We're brand new. First Time to the list I know there is actually nothing that was brand new this year. There are actually five less so five diets from last. Ask Your disappeared. But I can't remember off the top of my head. which ones they were they were just to at least popular? Okay so you get your list of diets that you're going to review and then what sort the things do you. The panelists take into consideration as you are ranking the diets or scoring the diets okay. So we don't meet as group. I know a lot of people. Ask that question we meet as a group and Hash things out. That's not the way it's done. We work on our own with a very long questionnaires where we're ask. Ask questions about how we think it holds up against healthy eating in general like the Guy Terry guidelines what we think it will do based based on rapid weight loss or long term weight loss. Heart health diabetes. That type of thing like you mentioned earlier and they give us a profile so the folks at US news give us a profile for each diet and we use that we use. What what else we know in our own experience? So I've been Dietitian in diabetes educator for many many years tons of experience working with people will with lots of various types of diets in various success of so we answered the questions based on our own experienced what we look in terms of research to the profile includes research summaries links so we can go and find out more so it sounds very comprehensive. I can see why by that would've taken you so long to to go through that but it's also very thorough and very comprehensive. I feel so I feel like I. I know I spent a lot of time. I would have to assume that others others did as well. Well let's talk a little bit about the results of this year's ranking so topping the rankings for overall best diet this year was the Mediterranean Diet which has been at or near the top of the list for years yes and other diets but in that top ten for overall best diet included the dash diet flex -tarian diet the mind diet many of these diets that my listeners will recognize because podcasts passed on them in the past but in your view what do these top rated diets seemed to have in common. Is there a common thread. Yes so the the top guys particularly the top three are very very similar. So That's Mediterranean dash inflexible -tarian so the top diets tend to to be more whole food based in they tend to have a plant slant so they may not be vegetarian Vegan but Mediterranean training dash lexa carrion new Nordic mind these diets Definitely a plant slant. That's doesn't surprise me which ones rank at the top lit also seem to me that another thing that these top diets had in common is that they were not so much a set of diet of rigid dietary. ooh or specific meal. Plan that you had to follow but more a a guideline set of eating habits almost a lifestyle approach I would agree with that for shore. You're the one that's probably. The most prescriptive would be dashed. Because is I know you're aware that was a giant that was designed by the NIH is a research tool originally to look at how we can lower blood pressure so that one is probably the most scripted that even and that one has a lot of flexibility in it so at the other end of the list for overall best diets were the Atkins Diet the do candidate the Kito Janik Diet which are all very low carb approaches right but I noticed that some of the other things at the bottom of the list were things like the raw foods Diet Paleo and whole thirty now those are not low carb diets per se. was there a common denominator. There were did these all end up at the bottom of the list for different reasons. Do you think I think they ended up at the bottom of the list. Because they're restrictive. They're taking away a lot of foods and then that of course lowers the score on. Ah Ease of following a diet. Not as one of the things that are that is scored is up following it and as you said. The flexibility of those others Diet Diet make make it easier to follow that gave them a higher score over all the other thing about it is dropping out a bunch of foods. You have less nutrition even if you think about all those fighter nutrients that we have in our plant foods like four thousand plus fighter nutrients or phytochemicals help fight disease. Protect us from cancer. Type two diabetes heart disease so forth. Those are largely in the foods that are taken away in these various groups and then when it comes to hold thirty something else in there. That's really kind of a problem for me. And that is that you have to follow a very rigid prescription for thirty days. And if you mess up by one bite or one lick you had on day twenty nine or thirty you have to start back day one and I just think that is a horrible message to tell people that either. You're a hundred percent right right or you're a total loser. Well and you know one of the things. A lot of people don't understand about the whole thirty is that it was designed not buy health or nutrition professionals but for what it's worth it was designed as a method of identifying food sensitivities and so it's essentially an elimination diet where its effectiveness. Activeness might be dependent on strict compliance. So that you can get that but you know it's not the best elimination diet out there and I think most people don't think of it as As a as an elimination diet they think of it as weight loss diet or a detox cleanse or some other kind of healthy diet reset so there's a lot of misunderstanding understanding about the whole thirty diet hoop a great so joe some of the diets that ranked at the bottom of the list were overall Diet. Actually ranked highest I in subcategories such as the one for fast weight loss. Now frankly I have always had a problem with that category to me it. It seems like a bit of an oxymoron because I think that fast weight loss' much more likely to be temporary weight loss so that's generally not what I'm looking for in a diet plan but it's still this this disparity between the ones that were best for fast weight loss were at the bottom of the list for overall helpfulness. So do we need a different diet to lose weight. Eight than we knew. Do just need to stay healthy while I don't think so. I think that the vast weight loss diets really set us up to have two sets. That's an unhelpful. Eating patterns one is when we're losing weight in one is when we're not gaining weight and so I think it's not a good idea at all but the to answer the question in the survey. Is this diet likely to lead to fast weight loss. Now I had to say yes kito and things like that. So that's how it gets up there because I think it is. It is true we see more rapid weight loss with very low carbohydrate diets than we do with other guy and commanded by the time you get out to your one year two there's really no difference anymore Of course I prefer the dies were rated overall for weight loss. Because because I don't care how long it takes you to lose weight and I don't mean you personally of course monitor but I don't care how long it takes somebody to lose weight. I just want them to lose it and keep it off
Family of Hanukkah Attack Victim Calls for End of Hatred
"We began with an emotional plea from the family of a man beaten by a suspect in Monsey during an anti semitic attack at a rabbi's home can we please stop this hatred hatred and and this this madness madness dose dose of of new new man man was was at at a a Hanukkah Hanukkah celebration celebration as as you've you've been been hearing hearing when when he he and and four four others others were were attacked attacked with with a a machete machete by by man man police police say say at at hand hand written written journals journals containing containing anti semitic comments and a swastika having research Hitler's hatred of Jews online the seventy two year old Newman remains in a calm on his family now hoping that he'll soon wake up to a changed world but authorities say the latter might be harder to come
Amazon Signs Lease for Office Space at NYC's Hudson Yards
"Amazon is coming to town a year after dropping plans to set up in second headquarters in in Long Long Island Island City City queens queens the the Wall Wall Street Street journal journal reports reports that that Amazon Amazon dot dot com com has has signed signed a a lease lease for for three three hundred hundred thirty thirty five five thousand thousand square square feet feet of office space in
"journal journal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
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Garmin revolutionizes the aviation industry with Autoland
"Company Garmin is bringing auto pilot down to earth Garmin has announced a new system for small small aircraft aircraft that that will will automatically automatically land land the the plane plane if if the the pilot pilot is is incapacitated incapacitated lily lily Lieberman Lieberman from from the the Kansas Kansas city city business business journals journals tried tried it it out out little little terrified terrified by by it it it it was was it was a really interesting experience she says it's a simple is pushing a button after you push the button your hands free to you can can I let you can do whatever you need to DO after the systems engage the plane will navigate itself to the nearest airport find it wants to go and it tracks the runway centerline with GPS technology and then break automatically and then it shuts down the aircraft so you don't have to do anything it also automatically notifies air traffic control when it's turned on the woman says there's only one problem now you run into a bird you kind of but otherwise it's pretty
President Donald Trump gets heat for urging Ukraine probe
"Thanks for joining us has learned tonight that the President United States pressed a foreign head of state to work with his personal criminal defense attorney to investigate the son of a political opponent when you strip away all the complexities surrounding and including where it fits in the whistle blower fair there's one simple central point to this story which I broke in the Wall Street Journal Journal late today according to the Journal in July twenty fifth phone call president trump in his official capacity. Ask the president of Ukraine to do something in his official official capacity that would benefit not this country but president trump himself both politically and personally citing sources familiar with the matter the journal reports that he pushed the Ukrainian President about eight times on that one phone call to work with Rudy Giuliani on a probe of Joe Biden son Hunter who worked for a time with the Ukrainian Gas Company now according to the Journal and you'll hear shortly from one of the reporters who broke that story for the Journal. This did not involve an explicit offer of something in return quoting from the story. Mr Trump didn't mention a provision of US aid to Ukraine on the call said this person who didn't believe Mr trump offered the Ukrainian president any quid pro quo for his cooperation on any investigation similar reporting as well from the Washington Post on that and the hard sell Hunter Biden but unlike the journal opposed goes one step beyond saying that the call is at the center of the whistle blower complaints. The White House is trying to squelch the president meantime had this to say. It's a partisan whistle. Blow shouldn't even have information. I've had conversations with many leaders that always is appropriate and thanks God can tell you that always appropriate at the highest level was appropriate and anything I do. I fight for this country. I fight so strongly only for this country. It's just another political hack job. That's all it is. It's called it a beautiful conversation with the Ukrainian president his words words by the way the President says the whistler there is partisan later. He admitted he doesn't know who the whistle blower is. As we mentioned the Wall Street Journal source said the president did not offer any kind kind of quid pro quo for the Ukrainian president cooperation but we should also point out that at the time of that call Ukraine was anticipating receiving a quarter billion dollars in in military aid from the United States at the time of the call the aide had been appropriated by Congress but not yet approved by the president and in fact it was later blocked by the the president pending a review so I just WanNa zero in for a moment on the timeline as we know it. The call is on July twenty fifth and sometime in the early weeks of August is Rudy Giuliani met with and spoke by phone with emissaries of the Ukrainian president on August twelfth. The whistle blower complaint was filed at the end of August president trump trump ordered a review effectively blocking that military aid to Ukraine that Congress has already approved September first vice president pence meets with Ukrainian mean President Zilenski eight days later three House committees begin investigating all this and by September twelve that hold on the aid that the president put was was lifted now we don't know exactly who said what to whom but it's clear that even as private citizens. Giuliani who was pressing Ukrainians the president in his official capacity city was blocking money they badly needed and now we know these reports bear out the president was directly and repeatedly leaning on the Ukrainian president to essentially make trouble for his political opponent Joe Biden. We also know the president has made it clear that when it comes to foreign dirt on political rivals that door is always open your campaign this time Brad Radish foreigners if Russia China. If someone else offers you information opponent should be accepted it should be called the FBI. I think maybe you do both. I think you might WanNA listen and I don't. There's nothing wrong with listening. If somebody called from a country Norway we have information on your I think good one here. You want that kind of interference in elections. It's not an interference. They have information. I think I take it so having already said that that he would take it the question now now and it's kind of sickening to even ask would he also try to demanded or even extorted more now in the new reporting from the Wall Street Journal Rebecca Beca Ball House who shares a byline on it Rebecca. What are you learning about. President trump's call with the president of Ukraine. So what we understand is that in in this July twenty fifth call that he had with the president of Ukraine he repeatedly pressured him to investigate Joe Biden and his son in mentioned tinned on at least our around eight occasions that he should talk to trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who's been mounting a very public campaign pain to have Ukraine look into what he believes is inappropriate by behavior by Joe Biden and his son but this is the first inclination that we have the first forest is revelation that we have that the president personally raised this in a conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart based on your reporting. There was no explicit a quid pro quo on that call if you go after the Biden's or their company one hundred Biden is affiliated with you'll get the military aid that we're holding up there on the call. There was an equip roku correct. That's right and that is a major piece of this because the Washington Post reported earlier this week I in a really great story that the whole whistleblower complaint that we've been talking about centers on a promise that the president made to a foreign leader and his Lee at least as far as this call with the Ukrainian cranium president goes were not aware of any specific promises that he made on that call we we don't believe that he mentioned the foreign aid that his administration in August was reviewing whether to send to Ukraine and we don't believe he necessarily dangled any other quid pro quos to the Ukrainian president and also what we know is that that Rudy Giuliani has admitted that he met with top Ukrainian officials back in June and August about the prospect of an investigation right and and and Giuliani was pretty public about the fact that in May he was planning a trip to Ukraine to meet with the president with Dolinsky who I guess who was at the time the president elect elect and that the president that president trump was aware of his plan to go to Ukraine which ultimately ended up canceling but as you say he he met in June in Paris with an official from Ukraine Prosecutor General's office and he met in in Madrid Aug with a top aide twos Alinsky and we believe believe he raised this is an investigation on both occasions and it was fascinating is when you see Rudy Giuliani on television you really never know what he's going to say and it's not even clear the he's entirely clear what he has just said and so one can only imagine in these meetings with Ukrainian officials in which there may be no transcripts at all all what he has actually said or what sort of arrangements have been made. It's such a fascinating story. Rebecca appreciate your reporting. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me well as we mentioned. This is all now being investigated in the House including by the Oversight Committee Democratic Congressman Gerry Connolly's a member. I spoke to him just before airtime culturing connolly. The President says it doesn't matter what he said to the president of Ukraine or whether he he talked about Biden eight times or not. Does it matter to you a traumatic to every American Addison it is not okay for the president of the United States to talk to a brand new newly-elected foreign leader who has no experience I might add in the political realm or in foreign policy and extort art from him a pledge to dig up dirt on a perspective political opponent that is not normal that is not ethical. It is probably probably not legal. None of us should accept that as the new norm in American politics use the word extort the journal is also appointing the president did not offer anything in exchange change on that call there are obviously a large commitments by the US that were being held up military aid and and the like which has now been released so after that call at the aid is the military assistance gets released released. Are you saying they're you think that would be a quid pro. Quo even if it's unspoken well well I use the word extortion deliberately Anderson because you accurately recall inexplicably president trump decided to suspend almost a quarter of a billion dollars of foreign military aid to Ukraine this at a time when combat continues in the eastern eastern part of the country when Russian troops occupy parts of the eastern part of the country and illegally occupy illegally annexed Crimea which is part of Ukraine watched the American people have confidence in Congress is ability right now to get answers from this White House whether it's in testimony or you know it seems like a just just stopping not cooperating is the White House strategy probably through the election and beyond well. I am one Edison who was called for the revival of inherent contempt. I think Congress has to enforce its own subpoenas and demands for documents by having a a a a menu of disciplines disciplinary action against those who refuse to cooperate to the legitimate oversight and accountability requirements of the Legislative branch of the United States government and that would certainly come into play here. This is another example of where trump has fired. I heard a confirmed director of an agency and put in place one of his own and acting director who certainly does not feel that he has the flexibility or maneuverability to respond to legitimate requests from Congress. He takes his marching orders from the guy who put him in the job and could take come out tomorrow morning. If this is true would this be collusion an effort to collude with a foreign power yes well. I would say it's at the the very least attempted collusion and remember many of us condemned Rudy Giuliani for saying he was going to do this very everything a number of months ago and at the time it was thought that he receives enough negative pressure from both sides of the Allen from the media that he backed off apparently he didn't not only did not back off the president himself got in the act and it's another sort of chapter in sorted presidency but realistically what what steps do you really have. I mean I know you said there should be a change in in inherent contempt but without that right now does this this just well. The the the only remedy had sent in front of us. Frankly is going to be impeachment. Connolly appreciate your time. Thank you
"journal journal" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
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"July suddenly became very popular. But that's okay. That's fine. I'm good. In terms of media. Everyone in their mother has been trying to get us to watch journal journal journal. And. I. Okay, I'm dark person, and we binge watched the first season of Handmaid's tale and everybody was like God show. So Dr high GATS take a break. And it's like, yes, dark. But yeah, I sat there and watched all the episodes in a row. I don't know how did it. But. I don't know. I think I've finally reached your breaking life thing that makes me turn away and its nuclear explosions. Honestly, shits it is just like radioactive, like nuclear stuff. It's like you watch a show with, like just a regular old, fire or explosion in it. And I don't love it, but Jen. It's not like we stopped watching halfway through the first episode she were like too much like an IM not too much person. I am too much personally, but I watch a lot of things, but I was having like I was just panicking. And I was like, I'm not having a good time here and I'm like it sucks because I'm invested and like I want to watch it all the way through. And I know it's going to be it's only five episodes. And so what I think is going to happen is, we are going to watch it, but I'm going to be like playing literally starting valley in, like looking at my lap and like kind of looking up. Do whatever you want. I personally was enjoying myself. It's okay that we stopped, but like I'm going to watch, even if you don't want to really didn't expect it to like get me like it did also what is it with? What's his face? I know he's going to be an important character. That like actually is the one. That's like, hey, everyone's fucking stupid here lane from Adleman. But if I to see this actor Haing himself in more media, I'm going to be so done like that is soon as he showed up for voice over and I was like, is that lame from Adleman, and that it was just saw the scene. And boy, he was talking about. From any did not spoiler so spoilers are that first thing that happens, and I was just like this is not the first time I've literally seen this man, do this on the so I wonder what he thinks, like when he gets that script. That's fucked up. But anyway, I didn't expect it to make me as squeal as did. But I definitely was a little scheme and couldn't I literally couldn't hang and I. I don't know. I wish just panicking and I don't know. Too much is it just got me? Maybe I just wasn't in the right mindset. All heard from my coworkers who watches that it just whole bunch of people making really stupid decisions. Yes. And what we watched Dallas. That was correct. So I went out of my wakes people were saying it does get really graphic. And that you should just like honestly spoiler self on what it's going to look like so that you don't have to like be shocked by it or whatever. And so I did. And it does get really gross. I will say a plus to the makeup team on the show a prosthetics, they're killing it. They'll probably win an award..
"journal journal" Discussed on Flying Blind Podcast
"I would love to help you find your Y in your life. C. Can get out there and live more intentionally for me a huge huge tool in finding my why was actually sitting down and truly intending on finding it. It wasn't one of these things where it just came to me one day and I was like Oh my gosh I I wanna get out there and inspire people to fly and to live their lives actually had to sit down and intentionally try to find my why and if you actually get out there and you google it you know how to fund my y or you know. Put it in the youtube search bar how to find my why there are a ton of resources out there so I do want to encourage you you to go out there and find the tools that might aid you in figuring out your y and your intention behind what you're doing and I before I even get into this. I want to also stress to you that the execution of this why can be so many different things. Don't track yourself in a box. Don't feel like you have to do things a certain way for example you might be the type of person that really likes to help others now that is incredibly vague. There are so many ways that you can help others it can be by being a doctor and providing medical care it can be by being you know a teacher it can be by being an artist. I and you know creating pieces of work that make people feel good it could be you know working in some sort of shelter. They're just so many different ways of helping people so don't trap yourself in one specific the idea just I encourage you to find your way and put that intention behind everything you do in trust me you will find your way. It probably won't be overnight because I'm barely finding mine. I can't tell you it's going to happen overnight. But it's important I believe to just put that intention behind every action that you execute in your life and you're going to be great so one of the first way's to find your way is to get clarity by sitting down in writing. I know it might not be everyone's favourite thing to do but I have found that for myself that this has been an incredible tool right and journal Journal about of course it's great to journal about you know the things that you you need to get out event whatever you need but also make make lists and ask yourself what lights me up what makes me happy and I'm sure some of you guys have heard this but ask yourself. What did you love doing? When you're a kid you know what what what makes your soul happy and do more of that and off of that create a vision for your life creative vision of you know in your mind of what it is that you want to be doing and how you can serve others in in your life? What does that look like to you? You can also journal that you can read a description and I'm sure some of you guys have also heard about you know doing vision boards and things like that. I really think that that is an incredible tool as well and you can actually do a physical oh poster board and you know cuttings magazines and tape things on there or you could also do what I have more most recently done and I think it's a great idea and it's something that you can take with you. Everywhere is to create a vision board on Pinterest and you could have it private so it could be something something just for you and you know where you go on there and you put all of the things visually that you want in your life and I don't mean just I mean yes. It's great to visualize some of the material things but what do you want to feel. What do you want to give what what do you want to create in your life that you can feel really good about and that is the vision that I am talking about for your life and other great thing to help you find her? Why is actually to really count your blessings and and to be grateful one of the things that has really helped me solidify my why is to count my blessings in every single morning I sit down for just a couple of minutes and I write list everything I'm grateful for and yet it's repetitive a lot of time but it it really puts things in perspective for me and I know that it can do the same for you and the biggest part of all of this like I said is to find find your y until live with intention with everything that you do intend to serve intend to be positive intend to live that y and everything that you do and I know that it can be challenging? I know that it can be hard. It's something that does take practice but again. Ask Ask why it's super important question that we need to ask ourselves every single day and if you don't know your way it's okay you can find it. Just sit an intentionally. Try to find it and if you don't know it it's okay you'll find it but I want to remind you. I want to tell you to not criticize yourself. Don't criticize others don't judge yourself and don't don't judge others because we are all on our own unique journeys and.
"journal journal" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Seven max jets until after one of the airliners crashed last year, the news appeared Sunday in the Wall Street Journal journal also reporting that Pearl Aviation Administration safety inspectors and supervisors didn't know about the change either. A southwest. Has the safety. Feature was a quote depicted to us by Boeing as operable on all Macs aircraft, but the airline says only after a lion air seven thirty seven max crashed in Indonesia last October twenty ninth at Boeing say the feature wasn't turned on. Now, the max with grounded after the second crash in Ethiopia on March tenth in response to the Wall Street Journal Boeing says that as the max planes returned to service, quote all customers will have the eight oh a disagree alert as standard that says something they're working on. And of course, we're getting word of more whistle blowers. To this time on the air seven thirty seven max there is a meeting today with board members. No doubt. It will come up avengers endgame shattering the record for the biggest opening weekend with an estimated three hundred fifty million. That's just here at home. That's just domestic box office sales one point two. Billion globally, the marvel studios superhero blockbuster far exceeded even its own gargantuan expectations the movies domestic hall blew past the previous record, which was just a mere two hundred fifty seven point seven million set last year by what else of injures 0 war AMC CEO Adam Aaron on the box office draw about this of the twelve biggest movies of all time for their opening weekends. Disney has eleven of.
"journal journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Lasted like three weeks. Little Chihuahua at the very same way. Each time that I walked into the house was it was two days for three weeks is percents and our time was yes. That I had been gone. I think perception of how right? Well, I think the different different people and different critters have have different perspectives on time. I mean, I think it was is I Stein who said if you spend an hour with your sweetie, it feels like five minutes, and if you spend five minutes on a hot stove, it it feels like an hour. Of course, there's always the famous Groucho Marx quotation, time flies like an arrow fruit flies like a banana. So be that fee that as it may for our guest. Dr knowledge we go to Rick in Cumberland, Maryland, Hello, Rick. Hello, JIMBO, Dr knowledge. I just wondered if you knew the origin of the word of the cold Jeep. I've I've heard some stories about that. But I'll defer to Dr knowledge. Yeah. The original name for that. Was it was built the army in World War Two and was called a general purpose vehicle. And the initial they put the initials on a GP, but people need service started calling it when they saw that GP. They started calling Jeep, and that's where the name came from. And there was also at the time if I'm not mistaken in the Popeye cartoons was a little character called a Jeep which go virtually anywhere. And I think that also maybe spelled J E P exactly as well. But it's really from the pronunciation of of the initials G P day what they put on there, which is general purpose. Oh perfect. Under requisition vehicle. General purpose and. Yeah. Thanks. Journal journal, purpose and. They started asking for a g. It was created. It was created for World War Two. Yes. Yeah. Work as will start a call here with Christine in Kansas City. But we'll have to continue it past the break. Sure. Go ahead Christine. Yeah. I was wondering if in his book he has that the temple in Jerusalem was destroyed on the same day twice. You know ninety five. I don't know deductor knowledge. Do you have that information where where does that again? I'm sorry about the temple in Jerusalem. What was it again Christine? It was it's been destroyed twice on the same exact day. The ninth of us. What does that a month or something? Yeah. Okay. It'd be like our August. Oh, I I doubt that that's in the book. But. I mean, we we do have a number of coincidences like there's maybe get a little bit. We'll have to get to that later because we're coming up on a break that doesn't move here. But suffice it to say that. Yeah. There are any number of of coincidences that that appear..
"journal journal" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"And we're also brought to you by marvel puzzle quest in me undies but i'll tell you about that later for now let's begin the show with what is and forever will be the rope report time for some news pray for kevin xiv four items on the rope report bankers doesn't signed you kevin one of the biggest stories that broke over the weekend this valve his bought campo santo developers of fire watch did not see this coming either let's read the capable santo letter to you the twelve of us at campo santo have agreed to join valve where we will maintain our jobs as video game developers and continue production on our current project in the valley of god's trying to quietly put my phone if the type of person who gives to flips about this news we can elaborate a little bit on this big decision i we really like making video games furthermore perhaps more accurately we really like making producing entertainment from the day to day production of our last game fire watch to the way we run the company make merchandise meet players expos an shows send out according quarterly literary journal journal jeez throw open to the public game demos in the middle of an artificial forest all of it is geared toward surprising delighting in entertaining our customers who have shared in our success in valve we found a group of folks who to their core feel the same way about the work that they do this you may be surprised to learn doesn't happen every single everyday in us they found a group of unique a unique experience invaluable.
"journal journal" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The answer welcome back to the stephanie miller show what we're soaring on politics i'm the resistance yes i right now i'm writing like a white unicorn pegasus mourn there's a rainbow over red white and blue flag just leaving a trail this is so cute although oh i'm angela v shelton francis kelly are for angela as we are misses the stephanie miller show it's fifty four minutes after the hour the telephone number here is three two three four six eight eleven thirty five we're joined by oliver ortel i want to throw this out real quick to you guys republicans are in denial about a blue wave it says that the latest nbc wall street journal journal poll finds democrats within a with a ten point lead in congressional preference okay with dims holding the advantage in enthusiasm and among independence with college educated white white women breaking heavily against the g o p so here's the thing you know it is i feel like i feel like the my eighth grade teacher it's your it's yours our elmore your lowe's yeah sorry i know it knocks the pas and to me situation i say let them be in denial i'm not gonna i thought it was wildly say watching michael who has stormy daniels lawyer i one point on one of the i think it was one of the programs chris hayes he was like saying what trump should have done and it's like it's maybe it was our email but i forget which one but they're like are you giving trump legal advice and i think that's a kind of pasta avenue i was like we are hungry we are that's when it starts.
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"But he time i've tried not the track has not been very good we in a row i'm there is a new at talked about a recovery journal that i found rise rise up in recover and i tried that i did like that so if anybody would like to track but didn't want to like count calorie new who are in a way things it's a great way to like journal journal who you're eating with what time of day you're eating with what you're thinking about how you're feeling i did find not being very helpful and like i tried it out the if that something like maybe i could do for the rest of my life and that of my pal but like a bad right now i just can't see that it's the best thing poor my result of losing weight so i'm going to have to come to peace with that or you don't like we're not maintaining maybe i can journal more without you know weighing in measuring and counting calories but i know i mean a kind of gives me peace of mind that you've still do it and i would like all if that's the price i have to pay i mean at one thing i can say i'm good at it do good at it in here's the truth you know me i mean i'm not going to tell you there's anything wrong with doing it various different ways i am just somebody who i like the most straightforward pass two results if ikenne short cut it and get from aid to be quicker or more effectively.
"journal journal" Discussed on WTMA
"Republicans ran away from that body it turns out it's not exactly wiretapping they do this digitally now but surveillance was going on during trump's electoral campaign i'll at least two but probably more of his associates one very remote carter page who never even met trump what paul manafort who was the campaign manager for awhile i would have been on the phone with trump and in the same building so undoubtably they were picking up trump now the wall street journal to itch a credit and not a liberal newspaper by any means has now brought this to our attention in an editorial she'll good for the wall street journal journal but no liberal publication no liberal politician as said whoa whoa whoa was obama's liberal intelligence people doing back this is wall this is this is against the law this is a violation civil liberties this compounds things that we thought we always believed yet letter silent are they don't even show any interest in the wall of what the intelligence services were doing even though the intelligence services produced what turned out to be a bogus socalled assessment published in january of twos seventy that made the same allegations that putin had helped hillary clinton when there's no evidence steve it's been said that and i don't know that this is accurate but i've heard i've read it's been said that the russia gates story which you've told his lane ten the upset by the liberal democrats who support mrs clinton is as irrational making as as the story about barack obama being born in africa and in not a real american citizen was uh for the republicans during his campaign in other words i think they called it birther gate and vis russia gay that those are equals and that it shows that no americans are exempt to madness when it comes to election well i think what it tells us is that a certain segment of the american populace is prepared to believe most anything if it corresponds to their deep ideological and collateral droves at i've always presume the liberal democrats were the brainiacs or the intellectuals of the country whereas my team we're we're we're the.
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"The wall street journal to which a credit and not a liberal newspaper by any means has now brought to our attention in an editorial she'll good for the wall street journal journal but no liberal publication no liberal politician has said whoa whoa whoa was obama's liberal intelligence people doing back this is wall this is this is against the law this is a violation civil liberties this compounds things that we thought we always believed yet letter silent are they don't even show any interest in the wall of what the intelligence services were doing even though the intelligence services produced what turned out to be a bogus socalled ssp published in january of twos seventy that made these same allegations that putin had helped hillary clinton when there's no evidence steve it's been said that and i don't know that this is accurate but i've i've read it's been said that the russia gates story which you've told his lane and the upset by the liberal democrats who support mrs clinton is as irrational making as as the story about barack obama being born in africa and and not a real american citizen was for the republicans during his campaign in other words i think they called it birther gate and this is russia gay that those are equals and that it shows that no americans are exempt madness when it comes to election well i think what it tells is that a certain segment of the american populace is prepared to believe most anything if it it corresponds to their deep ideological and political journal that i've always presume the liberal democrats were the brainiacs or the intellectuals of the country whereas my team we're we're we're the mediators we don't do fancy talk and yet looks it looks like intellectual prowess it does not does not buffer you from this kind craziness well look at this committee to investigate rush allen hollywood you mentioned and you had seen the morgan freeman i thought it was a millennial but if you look at their advisory board it includes james clapper the former head of defense intelligence a man who is made extremely a russophobic state was a man who has a lot of biases normally in the.