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Fresh update on "kahn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:24 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kahn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Some of those really complicated issues that surround us 150 years ago and today. At the American history museum, John dome in WTO P news. Today marks 20 years since elf went into production. We caught up with papa elf himself, the beloved comedy legend Bob Newhart. People need that Christmas spirit and it's way of powering the slave. Bob Newhart says he misses costar James Kahn, who died this year. I took several more grand kids to the screening. Jimmy conn was my final scene. We got up and started to leave. I said, well, that's all I'm in. The TV finale of newhart remains an all time classic. I said to my wife, I think this is going to be the last year. And she said, you ought to end the show and the dream sequence, because there's so many applicable people. Larry Darrow deals. They were right out of deliverance. What are they doing in Vermont? Here are full chat on my podcast beyond the fame. Jason fraley WTO news. Money news, a 25 and 55, here's Jeff clay bong. The Dow is up 54 points. The S&P 500 Index is up 12, the NASDAQ's up 52 points. That's a half percent gain. Higher wholesale food costs kept wholesale inflation on the upside, rising three tenths of a percent in November would producer prices up 7.4% from a year ago, not enough of an improvement to slow the fed's rate hikes. Though producer price inflation peaked in March at 11.7%, workouts are back and Lululemon had a good quarter sales rose 22%. Lululemon still thinks holiday sales will be slow, loudoun county remains the bullseye for data centers and they keep coming. Microsoft will spend another $400 million for a new data centers near the Leesburg executive airport, Microsoft has other data centers in loudoun county and Ashburn and Sterling. Jeff claypool, WTO news. Still a head of U.S. senator is leaving the Democratic Party 1156. They're

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Was Aaron Carter Denied Life Saving Medical Intervention?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:43 min | Last month

Was Aaron Carter Denied Life Saving Medical Intervention?

"Something I wanted to go up with you today because the more I read about Aaron Carter's death, I'm not shocked by him dying. You know, let's see, as we said the other day, they found aerosol cans in the bedroom and the bathroom, which obviously says that he was huffing, which I said would be part of the death. I also said, one day when we get the reports back, you'll probably find maybe some cocaine, maybe some Xanax, the typical stuff, I don't think fentanyl was involved. I don't think crystal meth was involved. I think his body just got tired of being high. His body got tired of being sick, tired of being tired. You know, a lot of times I listened to people who gave up drugs and their 30s or so Hollywood people like Jimmy Kahn, and I mentioned the story. He was always having a good time for years living at the Playboy mansion. It's the first time I've heard somebody say this because when I listen to him do this interview, I was in the grips of my relationship with that drug. And I'm like, well, how's this end? What the fuck do I do? It's really hard. It's hard to stop doing it. So it becomes such a social part of your everyday life. What do you do? And Jimmy Khan very plainly said, I got tired of being tired, man. I got sick of being sick. And he just went and eventually I did the same thing. But it takes a while. Everybody operates on their own clock, one guy told me, you'll put what you're tired of it. You'll quit when you quit. No one's gonna force you to quit. It's just not the way it goes. And unfortunately, many people are right when they say that. That's why a lot of relationships break down. A lot of marriages break down, and a lot of people die because before they're ready to quit, they do too much and their body gives out. That's what I think happened to Aaron Carter. I don't think we're going to see a whole bunch of drugs in his system. I really don't. I think he'll have the typical ups and downs in there. And with the huffing, it's not good for your heart. And we'll see. But here's what I want to talk about. The fact is that Aaron Carter could have been saved, maybe. Had this house sitter who works there, this mysterious house sitter had allowed in these neighbors across the street who were medically trained. A medically trained couple. She even packed a defibrillator because she heard our police scanner possible dead body. There's a code for that. I think it's 9 27 D and they gave the address and she knew holy shit, that's Aaron's house. And they ran across the street and his house did a wouldn't let them in. 11 o'clock in the morning.

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"kahn" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

05:11 min | 4 months ago

"kahn" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"And I can't at all know what's going on here. So a lot of things that we're looking at in marketing and creating assets are things that are already in good use if you're doing good practice with design, but they greatly affect people, as well as SEO. SEO is affected by so many things, but when we're thinking about disability, having alt tags is so important to every image on your site because it helps your SEO, of course. But when you're looking at somebody with a disability going to your website, you might be able to see an image. Well, if somebody is using a screen reader, they can't see the images, they're relying on the machine to tell them what they're seeing. I'm seeing a girl sitting here in a yellow shirt typing on a computer, whatever the case may be. And this is going to help you market. Because if you were a website and your things are not accessible, people are just going to swipe through them, and you're missing money. Disabled people want to spend money. What disabled people want to buy things. Don't cast us out. My big takeaway here, and I appreciate you coming on the podcast and being the representative for the disabled community. My big takeaways are most of the time you don't recognize the disabled community even when you're talking to them. And by being inclusive in your marketing and incorporating people that have clear disabilities, you're not just marketing to the wheelchair crowd. Your marketing to people with the hidden disabilities that you might not know of your expanding your target market you're being inclusive. When you're building your digital assets thinking about accessibility, thinking about things like your alt tags, your font selections, your color schemes, and making sure that design is incredibly important. We all want beautiful websites, but functionality, accessibility, readability, obviously matter in terms of the consumption of your content, but also who can consume your content. And at the end of the day, there's a moral and ethical component to this conversation as well. How you treat people and not just casting aside groups of the population because they're different because they have challenges that you might not have, it makes you human and we can incorporate that ethos in that thought into our marketing, so outside of our marketing, you know, the rest of the world starts to think and act the same way. If you see someone being inclusive in your marketing, maybe that trickles over from product sales and maybe that actually gets you to how we treat each other and honestly that's what's probably the most important at the end of the day. Anya, I appreciate you coming on the podcast and being the voice and the face of the disabled community and talking to us a little bit about how to market to that group specifically. Thanks for coming on and being my guest. Well, I just appreciate it so much. Thank you for this great opportunity. All right, and that wraps up this episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with Anya con, the founder and CEO of rise visible. If you'd like to get in touch with Anya, you can find a link to her LinkedIn profile in our show notes. You can contact her on Twitter, her handle is rise visible. That's RISE VIS I BLE, or you can visit her company's website, which is rise visible dot com. A special thanks to HubSpot for sponsoring this podcast. If you are interested in managing all of your social media conversations from one place, you can use HubSpot to track your visits leads and customers so you can keep doing more of what matters and less of what doesn't. To learn more about how HubSpot can make it easier for your business to grow better, go to HubSpot dot com. A special thanks to air for sponsoring this podcast. The air solution allows marketers to work with their entire digital content library to comment and make changes directly in the visual asset, not some janky spreadsheet or link to Dropbox. So to join leading marketing teams, including Google italic and the NBA that are using air to save up to as much as ten hours per week managing their digital assets, you can upgrade to the modern solution for marketing and creative collaboration by visiting air dot Inc slash. That's air ink slash. Just one more link in our show notes I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you were listening to this podcast, head over to Marta pod dot com where we have summaries of all of our episodes and contact information for our guests. You can also subscribe to our weekly newsletter and you can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions which will answer live on our show. Of course you can always reach out on social media, our handle is mar tech pod MAR to ECH POD on LinkedIn Twitter Instagram and Facebook or you can contact me directly my handle is Ben J shapp B and js HP. And if you haven't subscribed yet and you want a daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed, we're gonna publish an episode every day this year, so hit the subscribe button in your podcast app, and we'll be back in your feed tomorrow morning. All right, that's it for today, but until next time, my advice is to just focus on keeping your customers happy.

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Hidden Van Gogh self-portrait discovered behind another painting

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Hidden Van Gogh self-portrait discovered behind another painting

"A previously unknown self portrait of Vincent van Gogh has been discovered behind another of van Gogh's paintings Leslie Stevenson with the national galleries of Scotland was in the room when an x-ray was taken of van Gogh's head of a peasant woman She called her boss Francis fowl She said she was absolutely bowled over which he saw it She immediately recognized it was a self portrait by van Gogh The portrait shows a bearded sitter in a brimmed hat It must be an early work the left ear is clearly visible van Gogh famously cut his off in 1888 to make sure it's the real thing they called the van Gogh museum As it turns out they've actually got 5 examples in their collection Art critic tabish Kahn says van Gogh was known for turning canvases around and painting on the other side They do one underdrawing than this side or I don't like it or they flip the canvas over and paint on the other side That's quite a natural part

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"kahn" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

05:01 min | 8 months ago

"kahn" Discussed on The Kicker

"Hi, welcome to the kicker. I'm Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of the Columbia journalism review. This week, the new editor of The New York Times. So there are a few jobs in journalism that generate the amount of speculation and gossip as the executive editor of the times. We've known for months now that dean McKay, who's been in that job, would be stepping down because he turned 65 in the fall. And the only question was who is going to succeed him and would that result in a change of course? Of the newspaper. The times announced that Joe Kahn, who has been managing editor of the paper in the number two job, would be stepping up into beke's role. There's a widely held view that that is not going to result in major changes. To the place. And in fact, that fact that we shouldn't be expecting radical change has been disappointing to some people who think that especially in this moment of great peril in the democracy of America, we should be seeing bigger changes at a place like the times. I sat down with Joe Kahn and dean McKay on Thursday, two days after the announcement of cons hiring. And we talked about objectivity. We talked about wurtele. We talked about how they both see the newspaper and what it's become. Can you guys shed some light on how this process of picking a new editor works? It's completely opaque in my mind. Is there a committee or are there interviews? What happens? We bring the Cardinals together. I knew there was going to be a white smoke. No, it's the publisher's call. It's AG's call. And what I tried to do was in my commitment to him when I became the editor is that I would make sure there was a slate of candidates that people who he could sort of think through and get to know. And. There is no committee. It's essentially his call. And he spent a lot of time with Joe. Which Joe can talk about, and he spent a lot of time with some other leaders in the newsroom. Because I don't think he just thought about it. Nor did I as picking the next executive editor, obviously that's the most important and the most visible choice, but I also think he wanted to make sure there was a leadership team overall to lead the place into the next generation. And the only ad is it's, with AG, it's been much more I mean, it's a very thoughtful process. I mean, we even start to think about the next generation after just generation, which obviously Joe is going to be the one to nurture. But I mean, I think we just, he's just trying to identify a whole bunch of people who can lead the place going forward. But it's not any more mysterious than that. And when was when did all that start? When did those conversations begin in earnest?.

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"kahn" Discussed on Tarot Rebel Podcast

Tarot Rebel Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on Tarot Rebel Podcast

"Icon in is probably about two thousand twelve now and i think i took initiation in two thousand thirteen so after about a year of going along to a group so i mean was like about eight years now which i'm really flies but it was a loan lead up to that like i had become really interested in those eastern philosophies and just religion in general as pretty much attaining probably about sixteen and then i'm going to give away my age but yet it probably is probably about a good ten years up until when i came across husband. Tonight's kahn's writings and some stuff really resonated this. This is my thing this is like signed me up so that that was a bit of journey and terror pretty similar probably go to deck probably about sixteen years ago and my mom always had a deck when i was growing up. So she'll and she'll doing ratings and stuff and so it was always something. That was interesting to me. It was really. I guess peculiar and it looked to colt mystical and so was always in my mind and then through. Some of my studies of tau is and stuff. I came across the itching. I actually chinese article. Where he's one of the more common ways to consoled by throwing coins and basically. I studied the itching quite quite some time. And it had a really big effect on my life the way i thought and stuff and i found that i got really valuable answers out of it and then after studying that i was like. Oh we'll what else is out. That is ruined as terror. And i guess having say my mom always having powercuts and they looked a lot more enticing because these bright colorful pitches and there's a lot of beaching if anyone those aging. You're throwing coins. And you're getting broken and unbroken lines so there's not much in the way of visual cue but the terror really had that visual aspects of same interesting and started reading on it and then learning a little bit and i'd stop.

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"kahn" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"I'm going down the road. And i'm just going to share. The story i was. I was fit to be tied. I was so upset this guy. It was sunday. I was actually headed to a football game. And he had He had his raider flags. I'm not dissing the raiders. It had nothing to do with that. He was on his way to a football game with his dog in the back. A trunk driving reckless and the dog was swerving all over in the back. I roll down my window. And i'm sure you know he thought i was crazy. But i'm like that's wrong to have your dog and you gotta you gotta stop doing that. You know and just really kind of lost my mind a little bit but it makes me so mad when i see stuff like that. I i become fearless. Just want i just want to pull them out of their truck can go. What are you thinking you know. But but that's acceptable here in texas and it shouldn't be endeavouring. Tethering is acceptable. It shouldn't be. What do you think it's going to take patty to get through to the knuckleheads in austin and our governor to understand that that's not okay. Well you know it's funny if you notice he's bringing. i think. I can't remember the name of the bill. Pitch other bill that he vetoed. Governor vetoed a couple of weeks. Ago well i mean. He got a lot of backlash for that I don't care if you're a democrat liberal or republican loved Matter what what. Paul to political party you are in. And he took. I mean the hashtag. I hate advocates dogs texas. Whatever oh all of those things went in well. He's bringing it back to the legislative to a special because it comes down to. Here's an not a political person but it comes down to the people if the people show outrageous it means you're votes are going to be affected. Then you're gonna do something is it's people got to stand up and have their turn. They stood up for those storms. He would never brought that back to a section special session. if it didn't mean he might not get elected upcoming election. Absolutely i beat him up. I was on the team that beat him up and like you to like it's not about me. It's about if i issue quietly. He's not going to change that. The dogs need us to stand up to sit our computers and be mad and be angry. But if you don't use your voice for purpose for change absolutely angry you but you've got to use your voice for a change to your voice matters as we see you know. Many times is changing legislative. Not just audit. What we did to do is jump on a senator to buy a house representative by that bill and take it because it doesn't go to the governor until it passes the senate and the house so yeah we had fought to get that to pass both sides for several years and it finally went through so bring him to veto. It was very but you know uh standing up and getting met across. He's now reconsidering. Well we have to. We have to speak out like you said. I'll be protesting tomorrow. You know on the abortion rights..

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Who's Afraid of Hipster Antitrust?

Motley Fool Answers

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Who's Afraid of Hipster Antitrust?

"So the other day i was driving in my car. Listening to npr. Like the mid atlantic coast metropolitan area residing person that i am when i heard the phrase hipster antitrust at first i was like his hipster thing. We're saying again. The answer is not really. And then i wondered. What is this antitrust business about. Well way back in two thousand seventeen. A woman named lena. Kahn wrote a now famous piece. For the yale lodge journal arguing that the rise of massive tech companies like amazon google apple etc proved that modern american antitrust laws were flawed. And how we decide. If a company has an unfair monopoly is outdated and ineffective so to over simplify the status quo. That she was railing against one of the joys of a free market is that you have many companies competing to sell the same product and they keep each other in check by trying to the better price or the best service or some other value proposition to customers. If one company has monopoly that they can charge whatever exorbitant price they want because the customers have nowhere else to go for the same product or service and this is

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"kahn" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

22:41 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"The equity over that time so if it's a five year vesting schedule than every year you own an additional twenty percent of the equity that you've received what's a cliff then. A cliff is a more abrupt version of a vesting schedule so it may still be a five-year vesting schedule. But after that five year period you own one hundred percent of the equity up until that five year period though you own nothing well. This one sounds like a roller derby term. What's a cloth. aca. Why don't you tell me i. So clawback is essentially a provision. That may be in your contract. That says you may have to pay back the money that has been granted to you to the company. That's already been received more often than not it's punitive so for example if you were to violate a non compete or an intellectual property provisions there may be some language in the document that says you have to pay back all of the equity. You've been granted from your hiring date up to the point that you committed this violation more often than not though we only see it in putative circumstances all right well listeners. Don't do that karen. What is a strike price then. So strike price is a price. it's actually independent of the actual market value of the stock itself. So this applies to options. So you have the strike price. That like i said earlier may be four dollars a share but the market value may be six dollars a share. So you have this privilege of purchasing the stock at that strike price when you look at the strike price you have to consider one of two scenarios either is in the money or it's of the money. A strike price is considered to be out of money if the market value of the stock is lower than the strike price. It's there's no economic benefit to purchasing at the strike price conversely it's in the money if the market value is over and above whatever. The strike price is where there's some spread between what you'd actually pay for it and but it's actually valued okay last question of the definition round. Let's consider this the lightning round. What is an equity refresher so equity. Refresher is a really interesting tool that companies employees to make sure that employees are still being incentivized after the initial stock grant. So when you get hired you're going to receive some initial stock bonus or biscuit a pool of stock that's included your compensation. The refresher is applied typically annually reviews to make sure that the proportion of your cash compensation is in line with portion of your equity compensation so that you can continue to receive this equity and continued to get shares of the company. We see this as a really great tool for retaining talent and it differentiates companies from the competition. Because there's this expectation that there's going to be an ongoing receipt of equity full. Thank you for all that gush. We'll take you out of the hot seat. Ma it asks of sort of real life sort of situations that you know as a recruiter. I run into as i'm talking to engineers one of which of course is you'll they'll get their job offer they'll get their salary piece. They'll get the equity component of the offer. You know there's not a lot of detail typically around that for example it might say in the offer letter that you can receive eight thousand shares just to throw a around number. But there's a lot more that needs to be known so i'd be curious if you could sort of enlighten our listeners. Bit what type of equity information should a developer expect to receive you know things like how many outstanding shares exist what percentage of ownership. It represents stuff like that. It was just very helpful to hear what they should be asking. So all that information can be found on the statement of shareholder equity the developers want to go in almost looking at a company like they're going to acquire it because effectively you. Are you know if a portion of your compensation is going to be an equity than a portion of your compensation is taking a significant risk. So you want to really pull back the curtain and know how the watches once. You're at that point of getting ready to sign the offer and you've signed a nondisclosure agreement. It's not unreasonable. To ask for all of the financial statements even for a few years back. If it's a relatively season company you know the balance. She is going to tell you. What the companies assets and liabilities are what they owe and what they own and this can be very telling. You don't want to buy into a company that is up to its eyeballs in debt with very little ass to show similarly the cash flow statement is going to tell where money is actually coming in and where money is going and you know this is going to be telling of just how the company is spending their money and using their resources. Especially if you're receiving the option to purchase stocks are the stock rather than incentive stock options. You know you're going to be making an investment in the company using your own cash so you wanna make sure that as a healthy organization the income statement is going to be really telling about just how successful the company is in the market. But like i said most importantly you're gonna want to look at the statement of shareholder equity because this is really going to pull back the curtain and tell you how many show holders there are. How many shares are outstanding and really give the developer. A great concept of what the value of their shares are going to be. The shares themselves are completely meaningless. You look at bitcoin and you know you can have one. Bitcoin worth tens of thousands of dollars. Or you could have a million shares of a penny stock. That's worth virtually nothing. So being able to assign a value to your number of shares is critically important. You also want to look for a statement called it an eighty three byelection and this has become pretty standard on what it does is. It gives the developer the opportunities to actually pay tax on kind of at the lowest price at the price where it's granted. It's a bit of a gamble. But if you're going in expecting for the share to go up in value so let's say you're a facebook or your google. You're expecting that. The share price is going to go up over your tenure at the company. Then you know you're gonna wanna pay tax as soon as you receive the shares rather than once they vest and that's what the eighty-three byelection allows you to do. As long as you have the cash to actually make the payment and you genuinely believe that the value is going to go up it can be a really beneficial thing for you. And finally developers want to flip through the shareholder agreement. This is required by the sec. It's you know it's not something that you're not going to receive but it's a lot of times it's something that just gets kind of pushed by the wayside because it is a very complicated very involved document but this outlines all the provisions of ownership and it's something that you would absolutely want to pass along to a cpa or to your attorney to review and really digest for you if the equity grant is that significant great good stuff. This episode of the rubio in rows podcast is brought to you by scout. 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No credit card needed and as an added bonus for young rails listeners. Scout will donate five dollars to the open source project. Beer choice when you deploy learn more at scout. Apm dot com slash ruby on rails. Another thing i see are signing bonuses cash signing bonuses upfront that sometimes can be awarded together with equity especially if the equity vesting is more back. Heavy is that a good or a bad sign so from a tax standpoint. It's generally a good thing because this can help you to control your taxable income in a year when it may be disproportionately high as a result of that bonus if also consists of incentive stock options than. You're only going to be bound by arresting schedule. And there's no expectation that you're going to have to shell out money to actually exercise your options in the future. I truly feel that it's a good thing more than a bad thing. The downside may just be the accessibility of the money. If you're going into a job and your personal financial plan includes access to the full bonus. Maybe you're putting a down payment on a house in a new area since he moved to the job. That may be a little bit of a challenge. Jr obviously you have the best thing scheduled to contend with as well as just the volatility and the liquidity of the stock depending upon the size of the company and the secondary market the community that exists to actually purchase the shares. If you wanted to sell them that can make it really difficult. So in general. I would say that. It's mostly a good thing. But it's such a subjective circumstance as well you know. It really depends so much on the company and the developer circumstances. Sure great right. What terms in an equity grant would raise a red flag for you so the first one would be unreasonable clawbacks and like i had mentioned club. Extra typically punitive and more often than not completely evaporate but if they're tied to actions that aren't egregious and you know the a reasonable person wouldn't look at those and say like yeah. You should be punished for doing that. Then i'd be a little bit concerned about it. Clawbacks tied to performance or the success of and output. I think that would be a big concern but more so than clawbacks. The biggest red flag is really just the company itself. Whenever i have a client who is looking at a new company in the tech sector is inequities big part of the compensation. We take a deep dive into the health of the company. We looked through all the statements. And we look at this as if he or she is making an acquisition. You know bob list in the seat of a venture capitalist so if you're getting a major equity grant from a company that's generally unhealthy. That's the biggest risk that i see. You're going into this expecting to grow your wealth and grow your net worth by. The company may have other plans and they know that the health is not what they're marketing whenever they bring you on and finally the last red flag i see is just the majority of of your compensation inequity or equity being thrown around frivolously. We've talked about how you know. Equity is volatile is stable. And there's a reason why people to suck it into their mattress. It's not gonna go up and down in value equity on the other hand you know you're in the market and especially with smaller companies. That could go up and down value violently. And there's nothing stopping it from going to zero. So if a huge portion of your net worth is tied up in company stock. Where if more importantly a huge portion of your compensation is tied up in company stock. You have a huge amount of risk and similarly if the company is giving equity to everyone under the sun that's diluting your ownership and you know that shows that there's almost a frivolity to the way they see ownership in the company and that would really scare the hell out of me. Sure sure. I have seen that from time to time. Where a company to whatever reason as part of their offer they might say that. We're gonna give ten points of equity in. It's like you brought up a good way to put it as frivolous it. Just seems like oh how much you really value that. If you're giving away that much right out of the gate but all good south. That's all super helpful. Is there any way to really know. If you've been given the correct amount of equity compared to your value or you know what advice would you give. They're very few companies will be transparent about their equity grant formula. So it's more or less a shot in the dark about how much getting and you know as far as what's appropriate. That's that's almost kind of an internal question you know if you compare the value of your shares versus what maybe your value is in the market. That's a much clearer. Indication it can be a negotiating. Point in austin is for developers to go in and say if you are truly valuing your sharing ten dollars and you're granting me one hundred thousand shares this compared to what a making just doesn't cut it so i think this gets back to having a very open dialogue with the hiring managers and with the finance department to give the developer very good understanding of what the value actually is. And that's what's going to let your she know if it's the correct amount going deep into the financials and understanding what the outstanding shares are is another point. That's gonna make this very clear by. She also kind of clarify that. We're talking kind of in the context of closely held tech companies when you shift gears into the realm of the fortune one hundreds into amazon facebook. Google what have you. it's a completely different conversation. And it's actually a much easier conversation because you can look up your alphabet in google right now and know exactly what the share prices. That's not the case. More closely held companies on the other hand with more closely held companies. In all likelihood you'll be sitting in a room with all of the shareholders. So that puts you in a position to be able to dive really deep into what the ownership is like and you could actually even get a ledger of all the owners and see who owns how much they don't have to give this to you but they can and this is another way to get a really good understanding of you know well this developer who i am guessing as kind of my same level has this many shares. This is about appears. I'm getting so it makes sense that this is a pretty equitable offer. Absolutely all right. This is great stuff. Couple ask questions for me one. What type of framework would you use to evaluate the risk reward benefit of equity in a startup so britney and i actually talked about this the last time i was on and you have to get aggressive. You really have to look at the company if you're planning to acquire it from the standpoint of private equity you know you're investing not just your time and your energy but a portion of your compensation is going into this and to safe to assume that if you weren't receiving equity in startup you would be receiving that as cash and there's an opportunity cost there that you know your money may be more productive elsewhere. It may be more productive just being in an next font. You know buying some. Etf from a company and getting six or eight percent per year versus the illiquidity and the risk. That comes along with it with a startup. So i would dive deep. Look at the financials really get to know the leadership and understand the type of people they are it a startup environment. It's not like they're going to be so inaccessible that you can't sit down and talk to them and and really understand what their values are and what mindset. They have in their particular role within the company. They would also furnish you with their business model and you know the business plan so that you understand how they got to where they are how they're going to leverage the resources they have and really where they want to go in the same conversation this would tell you about their market position. What is their stance against the competition. In west esam apart what is going to make sure that this startup and that is going to continue and the equity that you're receiving is going to be worth anything because at this point it's not even just scribbles on paper. It's literally just a couple of months zeroes in join the atmosphere. So knowing what you're getting into and what the future plans are of the company including their exit strategy or going to be just critically important to determining if it's worth the risk and then most importantly you have to ask yourself if you could afford to lose your shirt. Let's say you have ten million shares of a particular startup and it goes to zero. Are you going to be okay. Do you have enough saved elsewhere. Are you banking on this on this windfall to really just be early retirement or pay for your kids college or you know. Just keep your head above water so he don't whatever you're getting involved in a startup and you have equity no matter how much it is you have to consider the level of diversification and what do your other assets and other resources look like just if you showed up tomorrow in the doors were excellent advice. This episode of the ruby on rails. Podcast is brought to you by honey. Badger honey badgers one of the easiest decisions you can make as an engineering lead on tech stack that supports ui api mobile application and chrome extension. It is awesome to have all of my air monitoring apptime monitoring and check in monitoring in one place no matter how great your team is. Your code is going to have errors. Honey badger empowers your whole team to own the features they ship honey. Badger sends you alerts real time with all the context needed to see what's causing the air and where it's hiding so you can quickly fix it and get on with your day. The included time and chrome monitoring also let you know when your external services are having issues or your background jobs. Go missing or silently fail head over honey badger dot. Io and discover how honey badger is used by tens of thousands of pragmatic developers and companies of all sizes who want to focus on shipping. Great error-free free products. All right last question for me. And i do see quite a bit of this. Typically offers that we see developers receive are from either smaller scrappy or startups. You know private companies or public companies. That have publicly traded stock. One is sort of cash money that you can cash in on the other is not cash money yet so for the smaller startups that are privately held what opportunities exists out there for developers to turn equity into liquidity in a secondary market. That's such an interesting question so dramas going from a shelter lifestyle. The you know growing up on a farm in the middle of nowhere to living in new york city so you had been in this position where you can't do anything with this money unless you make a handshake deal over lunch with somebody who's in the company you probably can't get any value for it once. A liquidity event happens the sky's the limit so primarily for developers liquidate their equity. They're effectively getting a cash. Bonus at preferential tax rates. So they're gonna pay long term capital gains on the stock if they liquidated. So let's say what they receive whatever. The sale happens is a million dollars. If they received a million dollar cash bonus they would immediately bump up into the highest tax bracket which is thirty nine percent and just get creamed whereas if they sell their shares and get that million dollar profit at most. They'll pay twenty percent so you know they're saving one hundred seventy thousand dollars in tax consequences right off the top and then like i said the sky's the limit so if the acquiring company doesn't exchange your shares for shares of their own company. So you know. Let's say you're acquired by google for example if the equity you own in your company does it become shares of alphabet and you just get cash. You have all the officers in the world. So you could infre- invest that money in the market which depending upon the size the circumstances of the developer. That could be a really great opportunity. Because you know. I believe firmly that if you protect your downside if you're well diversified throughout the entire market then the upside takes care of herself and you know you're positioned to take another risk to get involved at another startup where you could have another liquidity events and you could be in a position to have that three and four digit return that you're just not gonna get in an index fund portfolio. That's just one example. It depends so much on the type of equity that the developer has and really just market to purchase the shares so the opportunities are so subjective. Just like everything. We've talked about today. But i just see so much opportunity if the developer positions himself properly and you know doesn't over-concentrate himself in one area so even if let's say google does acquire your company and so ninety. Eight percent of your net worth is now tied up in alphabet. That's pretty unnerving. And this is why i talked about kind of getting at least a portion into a diversified portfolio because that diversifies out a lot of the risk. You think back to companies like westinghouse or ge. They were the facebook. Google amazon side of the twentieth century. Either still good companies. They still exist but they're not what they used to be. And those were some of the first examples of employees who became billionaires overnight. They were like the janitor. Google and for those who've liquidated their shares not immediately but you know over time to either sustain their quality of life or diversify. They turned out really well. The investors who just held onto their ge or their westinghouse even up through today they lost major portions of their net worth because those companies were at the time were innovators and overtime. Competition moved into the market and it diluted their value. And there's nothing to say that competition is not gonna move into the market and dilute the market capitalization of facebook or amazon and kind of reposition m from innovators to just wore could blue chip companies so the opportunities are limitless but the developer has to be very cognizant of his circumstances. And what he wants to do with his money so aaron. I'd like to wrap up with two last questions for you is a new round of fundraising a good or a bad thing for your equity so it really depends on the impact. The fundraising has on the company itself. Whenever around a fundraising is issued more than likely new. Shares are going to be issued as well. So you're percentage of the ownership is going to be diluted but it's the safest option as well that cash infusions are meant to make the company more valuable so ju- if all goes according to plan than your price per share and ditoto value. the equity. You have in. The company is likely to go up so generally i would say so. Lastly let's get into the happy scenario. Your company is sold and you had vested.

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"kahn" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"You can imagine from my desk you know. Talking to engineers receive offers equity is typically offered. And there's so many questions they've received over the fifteen years running mirror cell. Really excited to meet you here. Aaron and kinda hopefully enlighten our listeners. A little bit with some of your knowledge. This is great. Likewise i think equity is the best kept secret that everybody knows about an attack and so i think chatting some light on the details is going to be really exciting terrific. All right we're gonna kick it off with the easy one for you would love to get your outlook on the economy. And how things are shaping up. So i actually feel pretty optimistic about it. Twenty twenty was a little bit harry. We had what two of the worst trading days since the great depression in three of the best and you bring are having this conversation a couple of weeks ago and it's just so crazy that all of that volatility resulted in a pretty extraordinary year. I think the economy has figured out how to operate in a covert worlds and i attribute that almost exclusively to the fact that we're globalized and the fact that technology has been the life support for our global economy. So i feel good about it. There's a lot to be worried about. There's lots of uneasy about. But generally i feel optimistic. Excellence yeah as do. I in a lot of folks i talk to. I would be curious how you feel that. The current labor shortages are affecting the economy. So that such an interesting question. And you know. It's i feel like it's a very specific. One labor shortages in dining and tourism are having a much different impact than labor shortages in attacker medicine. For example i feel like technology and medicine are in a position. To almost avert the labor shortages there are levers in place to get around the shortages and increase the capacity of the existing workforce whereas you know in tourism and restaurants for example. You can only carry so many trays their help. So many people to their rooms. That's really scary. So i'm curious to see what's going to come up that. And how in america specifically the stimulus checks are going to continue and ed needle really impact. The desire for people's get back into the workforce is obviously it's a risk versus reward dynamic where the workplace and the pay stands right now for a lot of people that's just not worth it

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Equity for Developers With Aaron Kahn

Ruby on Rails Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Equity for Developers With Aaron Kahn

"You can imagine from my desk you know. Talking to engineers receive offers equity is typically offered. And there's so many questions they've received over the fifteen years running mirror cell. Really excited to meet you here. Aaron and kinda hopefully enlighten our listeners. A little bit with some of your knowledge. This is great. Likewise i think equity is the best kept secret that everybody knows about an attack and so i think chatting some light on the details is going to be really exciting terrific. All right we're gonna kick it off with the easy one for you would love to get your outlook on the economy. And how things are shaping up. So i actually feel pretty optimistic about it. Twenty twenty was a little bit harry. We had what two of the worst trading days since the great depression in three of the best and you bring are having this conversation a couple of weeks ago and it's just so crazy that all of that volatility resulted in a pretty extraordinary year. I think the economy has figured out how to operate in a covert worlds and i attribute that almost exclusively to the fact that we're globalized and the fact that technology has been the life support for our global economy. So i feel good about it. There's a lot to be worried about. There's lots of uneasy about. But generally i feel optimistic. Excellence yeah as do. I in a lot of folks i talk to. I would be curious how you feel that. The current labor shortages are affecting the economy. So that such an interesting question. And you know. It's i feel like it's a very specific. One labor shortages in dining and tourism are having a much different impact than labor shortages in attacker medicine. For example i feel like technology and medicine are in a position. To almost avert the labor shortages there are levers in place to get around the shortages and increase the capacity of the existing workforce whereas you know in tourism and restaurants for example. You can only carry so many trays their help. So many people to their rooms. That's really scary. So i'm curious to see what's going to come up that. And how in america specifically the stimulus checks are going to continue and ed needle really impact. The desire for people's get back into the workforce is obviously it's a risk versus reward dynamic where the workplace and the pay stands right now for a lot of people that's just not worth it

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"kahn" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"At scientific sense dot net. If you have suggestions for topics guests at other ideas please send up to info at scientific sense dot com and i can be reached at gil. At eappen dot info yesterday is purposes. Stephen kahn was particle physics. Physics at stanford university kadam you fox and scientists Welcome good to be here. you talk. s. t. I guess we disapprove really renamed into the abuna mubin of surgery. Recent may see people here from science drivers to restrooms design and superior data parts you major advances in our understanding of the universe senior rights from dramatic improvements to accurately measure as inaugural quantity aided by information technology..

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Facebook Seeks FTC Chair Lina Khan’s Recusal in Antitrust Case

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook Seeks FTC Chair Lina Khan’s Recusal in Antitrust Case

"Is seeking to have lena con chair of the federal trade commission recused from the agency's discussions over whether to file a new antitrust case against the company. Facebook says con can't be impartial because of her long history of criticizing the social media giant and other big tech firms. The move comes. Just two weeks. After amazon filed a similar petition seeking cons. Recused from the ftc's antitrust investigation against it and ftc. Spokeswoman declined to comment previously. Kahn had said she would consult with ftc ethics officials. If issues like this came

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"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

You Can Heal Your Life

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

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"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

You Can Heal Your Life

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

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"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

You Can Heal Your Life

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

"The universe higher guiding force to really show me that everything that i see is a setup for something even more incredible like in one of the golden rules. I say everything changes. But i can only change for the better if we look at the world and we just let time be a friend and not an enemy we will see that everything about the world is changing but it can only change for the better and the more spiritually aligned. We are the more we are saying. I allow this to make me better. And i allow life to show me how much better i meant to become when i willingly go in the direction the universe is showing me and if i just have faith and allow my heart to be open. I'll see that. Actually going to get more of what i want. And perhaps in the most unexpected and miraculous way. And how do we learn to start trusting that we're like you've learned really trust your intuition and trust you'll be guided to say the right thing the right thing you even get the right recipe but a lot of us. We're thinking like oh. Do i wanna do this or do i trust that. I'll be aligned in the right way. The answer great question and for all of us who have that experience. What really happens is the reason why we distrust is because we don't feel safe whether it's we don't feel safe in the current economic climate. We don't feel safe in a world where covid nineteen is rampant for. Whatever reason there's a lot of people who i have reasons why they don't feel safe. And whenever we look at safety right on the ego level safety is determined by outside circumstances but on the sole level safety is actually determined by. How much love we pour into ourselves. And so when the kind of heart center path that i like to lead people through. We're not waiting for the world to become what we think as a safer world to feel safe because then we're basing our safety on external global affairs which is always going to be up and down we wanna learn how to do is how do i feel safe no matter the state of the world and the.

"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

You Can Heal Your Life

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

"Where i literally just get into the space with you and i just start talking and everything comes out very cohesive and concise and as the information flowing through me that i don't have to know ahead of time in order to bring through. It's almost like i'm hearing what i'm saying is you are. There's a healing energy that comes to the sound of my voice so that people who are hearing this are hearing the content of what the universe wants me to say. They're also feeling the healing energy that gives them the direct lived experience of what's being conveyed and so it's a transmission of healing energy. It's a form of channeling and for me. Being completely blank is the most prepared. I can be. And how did you get started doing this. Amended seems like an unusual thing to notice. It really is. I mean when i was a kid i would have. These moments of words would jump out of my mouth than adults would on laugh and i would get these reactions and i. I didn't know what i even said. And as i got older and started to really expand spiritually and become aware that i was connected to a greater force than just the things we can see with our five senses. I began to just you know first internally i would always receive these insights from the universe and it would be downloads of things about myself and how the universe works and multidimensional reality all these cool things and then it became this process. Where when i was with someone i would just have this feeling in my body of i have to say this and i would just let it come through and i wouldn't know why i was saying it and the beginning you doubt yourself and you got my crazy what's going on and everything i said was of the greatest healing importance to someone i was with. And so you you know. The real work of an intuitive or a healer is just a trust leading through and overcome that really weird pattern of embarrassment of..

"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

You Can Heal Your Life

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life

"I have with us matt. Khan he's hay house author. He's written a couple books for us. His latest is called. Universe has a plan ten golden rules of letting go and the book before that was everything is here to help. Manny also has a deck of cards with us called healing montera. Cards and mantras are something that he uses. I guess in his healing and helping people. So how you doing matt. i'm wonderful. Such an honor to be here with you. It's great to be here with you. And i think just want to start off by getting your ideas thoughts about. What's all happening here right now with the whole kobe thing and everything else. That's going on well absolutely you know. We're we're in a remarkable time in history. Where for perhaps the first time in all of our lives and rarely in human history are every one of us no matter the continent. We live on the city. We live in no matter what we do for a living or or the uniqueness that makes all different and unique were all having one universal experience of literally living through the changing of the world were literally because of this covid thing which of course as i talked about so often my book. The universe always has a plan. There's always a greater plan that the universe is creating through the circumstances of our worldly affairs and perhaps the first time in our lifetime. We're all from one continent to the next having the same experience and we actually get to find ways of connecting with the unity to connect with the interconnection of the universe that resides within all of us for as we all come together to deal with the uncertainties of this current climate and to begin making decisions like self quarantining and social distancing from the compassionate mindset of. I'm gonna make choices to support the well. Being of the whole this really is even though it can be very uncomfortable and uncertain and bring up so many fears that were here to heal. This is truly remarkable time when the world has an opportunity to unite as one more directly and quickly than ever before makes sense. I love that how we discovered you here at. Hey house is from your book before you came here but your youtube channel which millions of people have connected with an and connect to you with and i was just wondering like how do you get the information that you share like in your books and in your youtube and other places because always i've interviewed you several times and i always go mad. You know what do you wanna talk about say. Well it'll just come whatever supposed to come. I'm like yeah. But what do you wanna talk. It'll just come like a little bit of like. I mean i've seen you give speeches ever. I mean everything is amazing that comes out but how does this all work. That's a great question and you know the funniest thing is as long as i've been doing this for the last fifteen years. It's something i'm still exploring. I've learned about what i do by watching myself as i do it. And so what. I've known i've known as channel but i'm not a channel who pushes my personality aside to bring something through. I'm what's called an open channel. Which means i have a direct connection. I was born with a direct connection to the universe and just like for most people they walk around and they have thoughts. Maybe they're limiting thoughts about themselves concerns about the world in my experience off really experienced thoughts. I actually experienced downloads. And so it's just the experience of walking throughout your day and it's almost like someone's whispering into your ear and you just received this instant windfall of instantaneous. Knowing some people would call it inspiration or a moment of insight. I have this happening. Remarkably almost nonstop throughout my life in throughout the day..

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"kahn" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

"Dollars off. I think this idea of keeping our homes open to the widest possible range of experience for our kids is good. We also saw. I live in new york new yorker. We live in areas where there's a lot of acceptance and there's not a lot of i would say pushback i feel like we've gotten the memo where we live for a shorthand had say it but i know we have a lot of listeners who live in different places where that is not the case. What about people who might believe that opening the world to their kids and saying you know all these choices have equal value. Encourages kids to become lgbtq and they feel worried about that. If i offer my kid all these choices they're going to choose something. I want to offer them the right choices only. Yeah well yeah. I mean maybe you also want your. You know like you're hoping your kid wants to go to like this over our school that you went shoe or the right or are they're going to be the captain of the football team like you were. Yeah i mean if you only talk to them about the things that are okay with your limiting the world. I think well one thing i just. I don't mean this literally like choice. But i do wanna just tank a teachable moment. Because it's important to remind folks that search for information gender identity are not things you choose. It's just sort of the blueprint. Were war with you know. And we either get you kind of self actualize in every way were suppressed and repressed and can so you know for me i think about. I can draw from my own experience right. I grew up in a fairly traditional home in the sixties and seventies where the only coach choice that i saw in front of me was compulsory. Heterosexuality girls are where these closed during these things and i was not fitting into that and as much as my parents and the people around me were only showing me that it didn't matter it can change me to be who they thought. I should be right just in the same way that by even opening the door to say to your children some girls. Mary girls some girls. Mary boys link. That's not suddenly going to mean that your girls like oh great. I'm going to marry a girl. I was just about to put on this dress and do this thing but now that i see this yeah i've changed my mind. Yeah and i think it's just kinda wish making sure your children know that there are different kinds of families for example like or that you know that there are so many different ways to be aboard to be a girl and some kids. Don't even feeling like a boy. Or girl i mean to me. That's just stating a fact right. Some people in jewish people are catholics people. Are you know christian. Some people are easiest insight into fact of the world we live in. It's not necessarily saying and you might child. You will only be has like bum getting to main takeaways from our whole conversation today one. Is that your discomfort as a parent which may occur is a journey. Something you're gonna move through. You might be uncomfortable with having an autistic child to but you're going to have to get through it right and similarly. This is a process but that support for your kids can come even when you're still working for your discomfort. You don't have to get okay with that before you protect them. Yeah i mean if you say to your head like you caught me off guard. I'm not sure. I totally understand. But i love you. I'm here for you like to say that is literally something that could save your kids like to just get that much out of your mouse or nuts the other takeaway i had this is that you know. We can fear that the world won't be kind or easy on our children who are different but it is our parental words and actions. There are the best line of defense. We're gonna protect them. The motion the things we fear if we support them yes and i love that you just said that because for all your listeners who have younger kids i think we all worry like if i have a child who has a physical disability or has a learning challenge or whatever the case might be like worry that our children are not going to log or supported or safe while all of us have the ultimate responsibility to raise our children to be nice kind children right so if my kid is fire trans lesbian or queer or gender fluid or whatever and your head is not but was raised to be kind to all people and raised in a family. Where there was no patience for antibeach you name warriors. You know that's creating a better world for my kit. So you know it's all of us together chiseling away raisin parents are fearful. Let's just not raise families anymore. And i know schools are doing a lot more. I'm not saying people literally erase bullies. But i think when we interrupt some of those behaviors in our kids it helps. I know schools more and more are really trying to address. You know all kinds of bias face bullying including bias pudding by about race or other things so you know. I think we all could do that for one another kids. Can you point us to some places people can go. They've heard our conversation and they're like. I want to dig a little deeper on this. Yeah well for listening. Who have a kid who you know. Maybe you're observing something or the kid has shared something. They are either already identifying as ldp. Tq or the shared something about researcher in two zero identity makes you think might be pf l. a. Dot org is. A national reservation has tons of chapters parents. Lgbtq kids and they have support groups and urges great resources. There's also this. Huge facebook called serendipity own slash and. It's a twenty thousand mostly moms of lgbtq. Kids who share a line is gorgeous. It's beautiful slice of humanity to see how these parents share with one another support each other. Some folks coming to that just starting a journey and terrified and they take a risk and reward and they don't understand why seventeen year old child is to either transit understand. I'm scared and then you know. Two months later. Dave just gained so much wisdom and support insight and seductive resource there tunnel books i mentioned welcoming schools. Which has a lot of resources for parents especially of younger kids and if you have younger kids welcoming schools is kind of program. You would hope that your kids are in school. Principal would say well. We need this in our school in it. So in addition to things like book lists like frequently asked questions program. Itself is a really great program for schools. I think those are some of the things that that just that. Come to mind right away. We'll link to all of those. Yeah and allen. Toss where we can find you on the internet you know. Tell us where we can find you right now. We have muffins. We want to protect us. I love that. Will i work at the human rights campaign and you can find me. There's information about me on the human rights campaign website. I'm not a big social media user. By i am that's about. We'll find you there one and done. Well thanks so much for talking to us today. This is such a great conversation. Thank you allen. It was my pleasure a really enjoyed it..

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"kahn" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

"We'll talk with alin about how parents can create a home environment. That affirms accepts. Lgbtq children and how to advocate for them in the larger world. Welcome allen thank you. I served so interesting. Well we like a good bio we always say. Listen we set you up for success but then you gotta deliver listen the big bio means we expect big things exactly so since mrs pride month we wanna talk with you ellen about how we as parents were straight or gay can create a home environment. That affirms accepts are lgbtq. Children can we talk about lgbtq and what that means and entails for people who might feel familiar sure so lgbtq. The acronym is lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer. Those are identities that many people in our community having claimed but it doesn't really exhausted. I mean they're young. People killer who identifies hand sexual gender queer gender fluid all kinds of language that might be newer to some people but generally speaking. Lgbtq mental encompass. Anybody who is not six jenner. Not heterosexual. I also use the term. Soji quite a bit which is sexual orientation gender identity expression as urgi and sometimes we're just talking about surgery. Gender identity generally for example a resume human being has sexual orientation and gender identity and gender expression. I can get stock. Sometimes i quit. I understand this. But i don't understand pan sexual or i understand non binary but i don't understand this. I guess it's kind of not our job as parents to understand such as support because it seems to me. This conversation is continually evolving. Yes for sure languages evolving. I do a lot of training folks. Who are you know my age. People who are working and shell welfare teaching and kanter troll. Schools are working in pediatrician's offices. And sometimes i do see a little glazing over when we talk about all the ways in which people are self identifying and it's often say as it's not as if young people today have a totally different set of feelings and experiences and attractions. That say i had for eight years ago. Just said there is such a nuanced understanding and identifying and talking about what those things mean so it's just kind of a more of i think were vast language like a deeper understanding of the complexity of sexuality and gender and gender expression and what to say to folks our age is you don't really have to keep up with the language you don't have to know every single thing and shurmur what it means. I think it's just being open and being serious one of the things. We talk a lot about on. The podcast is like. How can we widen ourselves. How can we open ourselves up to different experiences. Sometimes we get hung up on this thing of this. All seems to be moving very fast. I don't understand it. And we're just trying to widen our language to be able to excess. The experiences our children are having verses like our children are somehow finding something brand new that may or may not be real right exactly and it is all real and i feel like it's gift for this younger generation that they have some. I mean it's of inciting being ever go online part of bitch set. Lgbt to people are so much more visible generally much more accepted not just look at public opinion polling. There's no seventy plus percent of people feel that people should have full equality. Should not ever be fired because of who they are should be able to raise june all those kinds of things so yes a different world. I- gift for kids for sure. And also i think the challenge for some people but a worthwhile challenge is finding the gift for ourselves as well my friend. Alexandra billings who is transgender. Was she just did a post about with her mother-in-law talking about she is transgender. She and her wife were married. Probably in the late eighties and her mother-in-law was somewhat franken talking about like. I didn't know what to make of this. I had known this alexandra before as a different person in my mind and that she was able to talk about like i would have missed the gift of this life of my daughter and the love of her life spending their lives together and having an amazing existence. If i hadn't been able to take that wideness than enough to have this experience of these two amazing people. Yeah i think that's really smart. She's really one of my favorite people. She's an incredible speaker. If you find her alexsandr billings. You might know her from the show. Transparent a put a link. Turn the show notes. Yeah we'll link to on the show you can find our oliver. Yes she's fantastic. I think you know one of the things. I hear from parents pretty often. I talk about this. Is i think that for most parents. We have some idea from the time our children come our lives of sort of what the future might hold for them. You know we typically if we give birth to adopt a child who has a female anatomy. We sort of have this idea. She'll grow up to marry men. Have children you know. Have this kind of lice. I don't mean that like until we super-rigid but there's just sort of this you know narratives that most of us grew up with in that shirley. The majority of people is probably true partially true. That is you know that you're gonna be straight you're going to be six gender. You're going to marry someone of the opposite section or all these kinds of things. And i think i think we also started. Our children are going to be healthy. They're gonna be happy. They're going to succeed in school. And you know as parents many of those things. Don't unfold exactly as we had hoped right. Are i always wanted a kid who want to throw a ball with the front. Like a majok right. One of my kids had any interest whatsoever in sports. A little disappointment. Certainly not huge what. My kids is super successful academically. Either one has struggled a bit and we just have to accept our chance for who they are. They each have their own journey. And i think we it's ideal for our children if we have the same openness to who they're gonna love they're gonna be attracted to how are going to express their gender. their gender is going to be. It might not be what we think and that everything. We are saying enduring. From the time our kids can hear and our in our homes is laying the groundwork for whether undertaken really come to full fruition in every way right in terms of a are as a creative person who are academically who they are in terms of the kind of personality they have their physical abilities. And i think that it's hard for a lot of parents i mean. I think it's real a lot of parents that they're scared. They're disappointed in there. Maybe just you know angry. That they have a child who's lgbtq they don't want a shaming to them in to set of beliefs. They have or have been handed which they are. Maybe they're worried about their child will be all these are should legit but it and the you know even if your reaction is isn't great in the moment of worrying you have no. Gb child literally what you say to them and the space made for them and the reassurance you give your love mendel you'll always be there for them even if you don't understand kind of like maybe what. Alexandra billings mother-in-law was grappling. With is. i don't understand this. But i love.

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"kahn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on KCRW

"Carrie Kahn is in Mexico City. She joins me now I carry. Hi, Mary Louise. So was the vice president's message today in Mexico City, the same as she was trying to convey yesterday in Guatemala. It was a little different, mostly because Mexico is not seen as the problem when it comes to why people are migrating. In fact, it's a problem from Mexico to with the high number of Central Americans staying here lately. The Biden administration sees Mexico as a partner in solving the current crisis. Mexico's president Andres Manuel Lopez over door has been saying for years that we all have to help Central America so Central Americans stay there, help them with economic and agricultural help. And then the by administrations. Big goal there is to crack down on corruption, which they see as strangling the economy, businesses and the rule of law. And that's why people want to leave. So what was the readout on today's meeting? Do we know what Vice President Harris and President Lopez open door actually discussed? Not exactly because we weren't allowed in those meetings. But we do know that they met together with each of their delegations for more than an hour and privately, the two met before and after for a good amount of time. Unlike in Guatemala, the two leaders are not holding a joint press conference today. They did send out a long list of what the two countries countries have agreed upon. And I think it's interesting. What really stuck out to me was That both countries have recommitted somewhat to start cooperating on security issues, even sharing information across about cross border criminal gangs, mostly with regard to human trafficking groups and smugglers. But this is significant because Mexico greatly restricted security cooperation with the US over, um Over the last year, really? After the since the arrest, the US arrested Mexico's former defense minister and charged him with drug trafficking. Mexico was furious and demanded his return once the U. S. Did that Lopez over door pretty much cut off security exchanges. So this this to me is a big change if it actually pays away for better security cooperation. What about the big Ask from the from the U. S. The United States wants Mexico to Prevent migrants from even getting to the U. S border and to do so by beefing up security at Mexico's southern border with Guatemala. Do we know if that was discussed today? They said they were going to work together on economic investment, agricultural system and programs to help young people all in northern Central America. They didn't mention Border enforcement. Harris, a spokeswoman did say that was on the agenda. But then the foreign minister here Reportedly said that enhancing border enforcement was not to be discussed. But in reality that is exactly what Mexico has been doing. Lopez over door has his militarized National Guard troops at the southern border and recently even sent more. So that is the de facto policy here, and I just want to point out quickly that the number of Mexicans trying to enter the US illegally is on the rise to and it's not just Mexicans from Southern Mexico is the president here points out. Many are leaving from different points of the country, some because of the bad economy exacerbated by the pandemic, of course, But many are also fleeing Mexico's relentless violence linked to drug traffickers and criminal gangs. And I think that Um, needs to be discussed, too. And we'll find out if that was. Sounds like they had a lot to talk about. NPR's Carrie Kahn in Mexico City. Thank you. You're welcome. It sounds like an investigator's dream being able to covertly read almost in real time text messages between criminals. That is exactly what the FBI and its international partners were able to do. In a massive global sting operation announced today against Transnational organized crime. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas is covering this and joins us now with the details. Hey, Ryan. Whether this sounds fascinating. So how did this thing work? Exactly? So beginning a few years ago, the F B I worked with a confidential source who is developing a communication platform that's known as a hardened encrypted device. It's like a cell phone, but it can only be used to send and received encrypted messages. So no phone calls, no Internet and you can't buy these things in stores. You have to know someone who sells them. And because of how these devices work, transnational criminal organizations, particularly drug traffickers often use them. Now what the FBI was able to do was get it's confidential source to hand out their new hardened device called an, um to the sources network of distributors, who then sold them to criminal organizations. But what those distributors and criminal organizations, of course, didn't know was that the messaging app was, in fact being run by the FBI, and that all of the encrypted messages the criminals were sending were being copied decrypted. And sent to the FBI at almost the same time. Here's the acting U. S attorney in the Southern district of California, Randi Grossman, the very devices that the criminals used to hide their crimes. We're actually a beacon for law enforcement. Wow. So what sort of information was law enforcement? Seeing in these messages? Pretty much everything. The FBI collected more than 27 million messages from an, um users around the world. And officials say every user was engaged in some sort of criminal activity. Officials say that the users talked openly about drug deals They were conducting and about how they were going to hide the drugs. In one example, court papers say a criminal organization made a cocaine shipment from Costa Rica to Spain. And hid the drugs in hollowed out pineapples. Spanish police intercepted that shipment and sees 1500 kg of cocaine. In another instance, the drugs were concealed in cans of tuna fish. Suzanne Turner heads the FBI San Diego Field office, which led this investigation. She said investigators were surprised just how openly these criminals we're talking about. They're planning. It was exactly what car was coming to. What location what? Maybe vessel or ship They were very explicit in their detail because they believed it was secure Communications and the details really emerge in the court papers, they say. Users talked about bulk cash smuggling sent pictures of GPS locations of drug shipments, so all sorts of things And this criminal activities span the entire globe. Wow. Okay, so law enforcement had this incredibly detailed view of everything that was going down. What were they able to do about it? Ultimately, like how many arrests were made out of all this Well, the FBI was working closely with its international partners, particularly the Australian Federal police. In just the last 48 hours More than 500. People have been arrested around the world in connection with this operation. Over the course of the entire investigation, officials say more than 800 people have been arrested. And a lot of drugs have been seized more than eight tons of cocaine more than 22 tons of marijuana money to worth more than $48 Million. Authorities also rated dozens of clandestine drug labs around the world now As for here in the US, the Justice Department indicted 17 foreign nationals for their alleged roles and knowingly distributing these encrypted devices to criminal groups in more than 90 countries. Eight of those defendants have been arrested. The rest are fugitives, and officials say that while this Anna platform has been taken down, criminals will likely be left wondering in the future about how secure their communications are..

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VP Harris Heading To Mexico, Guatemala Amid Migration Surge

All Things Considered

01:58 min | 1 year ago

VP Harris Heading To Mexico, Guatemala Amid Migration Surge

"Arrives in Guatemala Sunday night. It's her first trip to Central America since President Biden assigned her to tackle the surge in migration from the region. She plans to meet with the presidents of Guatemala and Mexico, along with business and civic leaders. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico City. This won't be the first time Vice President Harris Meats, Mexico's leader and the rest Manuel Lopez overdose. Mhm. They have talked a few times virtually like this video call last month. And just yesterday, Harris called Lopez over door to let him know the U. S. Is sending Mexico one million covid 19 vaccines. He tweeted that was very kind of her to call. Their first face to face meeting, however, might be tougher. U. S and Mexico relations have hit some bumps lately, especially when it comes to sharing security, intelligence and U. S funding of Mexican free speech groups. Carlos Heredia, Mexican economist at the Center for Research in Teaching and Economics, says Lopez over door was very comfortable with Donald Trump, mostly because the former president stayed out of Mexico's affairs. Trump only cared about Mexico stopping Central American migrants from getting to the U. S. So now it's different. And the president of Mexico does not feel comfortable dealing with a neighbor that is opinionated and has A lot to say about issues that should be of common interest. Both countries have found common ground when it comes to migration, saying they want to attack the root causes. Like lack of economic opportunities in corruption. The Biden administration has repeatedly called Mexico an essential partner in achieving that goal. But tonight you G in. Lopez, a researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, says both countries talk that humanitarian talk but continued to attack the problem only with police and the military, especially in Mexico.

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Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting

BBC World Service

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting

"Erupted again early Monday, sending massive amounts of gas and ash miles into the sky. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, it was the biggest explosion since seismic activity began late last week. Less afraid volcano has been spewing ash and gas is for days. Monday morning's explosion sent huge pyroclastic flows down the mountain. Destroying everything in its path. According to the head of the island Seismic Research Center. Ash from the explosions has reached as far as Barbados. The activity is affecting the island's water supply and food distribution. ST. Vincent's prime minister warns the emergency situation could continue for up to four months. Nearby islands have sent aid for cruise ships are close by ready for evacuations. But residents want to stay more than 3700 or in 80 shelters. The last time the volcano exploded was 1979. There were no fatalities and earlier explosion in 1902 killed some 1600 people. Carrie Kahn. NPR news Attorneys for the Boy

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"kahn" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on Daily Detroit

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"kahn" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kahn" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"The store will also have accessories which have a high margin. Let me give you a sense of these numbers. There were more than twenty. Three thousand broncos sport. Suv sold in the first quarter of twenty twenty one but even more key sixty percent of those purchases according to ford where people who are one over from other brands. so i've seen some renderings of the stores. They're clad in black with. Would i think they look kind of attractive. I love to hear what you think. I will link to it in the show notes you know. Kind of modern outdoorsy vibe. It's kind of like an apple store was set up in a forest check. it out. joining virtually is heidi fun as she is the president of the albert kahn legacy foundation. Welcome to daily detroit. Heidi thank you led to join you today. Well i'm glad to talk to you too. Because just a few blocks down the road from the studio is a mural that's made me smile for years and says yes we can and it's got that big old fisher building in the middle of it and it's down street from the fisher building. But you know albert. Kahn had such a legacy such an impact on. How detroit looks before we get into all of this in case somebody doesn't know who was albert kahn and really. What was his importance. In your view alarcon was a jewish immigrant. Who came to detroit as a a young boy. His family didn't have a lot of money. His father was a jewish rabbi and he had to go out and make money to support the family and so this little boy.

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Learn How to Break Away From the Pack & Standout In a Busy Marketplace with Dr. Joel Kahn

Healthcare Business Secrets

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Learn How to Break Away From the Pack & Standout In a Busy Marketplace with Dr. Joel Kahn

"Welcome to healthcare business. Secrets show where we interview industry leaders and break down exactly how they dominated the markets you can live from the best and can w revenue w impact and w time off and this episode was speaking. Joel can joel. Otherwise known as america's healthy hot dog is a graduate of the university of michigan. School of medicine is a clinical professor of medicine at wayne state university school of medicine a frequent lecturer and author on topics of vegan nutrition health heart disease reversal and has written several books about alternative nutrition and hothouse. He's had been a guest and commentator amy. Tv shows podcasts. Magazines m practices at the concept of a cardiac longevity is very unpracticed in michigan. Welcome to the show joe. Thank you so much excited to share with the audience. Yeah so i wanted to kind of give out with some background on you. And and how you got into the space because you've kind of gone down a different role than maybe stanford medicine and things teaches. Unfortunately not because of any time in the in the slammer or any problems with my license in a somewhat thoughtful various er- pigeon Course but i grew up in detroit michigan Talking now from the suburb in detroit michigan attended university in ann arbor. Michigan graduated top of my class medical school. But i knew from about a swallow wanted to be a heart moved to dallas moved to kansas city out and training with the best skills and particularly treating heart attacks with angioplasty instead. You have some wonderfully people from australia. New zealand in the my mentor in kansas city was from all actually a dislike from new zealand allah but when visit i'll be of the difference between the do another very different entry but nineteen ninety way before you were born. I imagine or at least run it. I join back in detroit. Michigan big practice. And i was the guy running a night treating sick people coronary Cardiac cath lab artists. But i was even back then very interested in the other part the About our of health which is prevention nutrition. Lifestyles sleep stress. Nutraceutical supplements the whole thing. Much more light perhaps naturopathy and chiropractic. So i was always reading on my own incorporating little tidbits been using coenzyme q ten of people for thirty years my college or and then i'll percolating along as very happy guy got a chance to look down to. The university mentioned developed a preventive cardiology program. But i knew that there was something else that i really had an energy for something else. I mean that was doing wonderful. Things are day is the same thing every day. When wonderful big over i went back to university in two thousand twelve a whole year doing a university based courses integrative cardiology natural gas and pretty much nutrition thing adnan stunning that for decades. But i didn't know all the nutraceutical isn't about chemistry testing and the epa genetics and the protonix and we can use fancy words. I graduated and of course. I say in traditional practice but i ultimately with some thought took a big breath five years ago and says you know what i've done enough cath lab emergencies. That mouse running three hassles on the weekend alone. A great practice. I one focus on prevention and i looked around the country. I could barely find in the united states preventive cardiology practice. That was not attuned to only prescription. Drugs are printing preventive cardiology practices more precision more prescription. I wanted to about more health lifestyle disease reversal. I gleaned from various people what i could kinda created a model. I left the insurance system. You wanna have a sleepless night. As a physician who's always had a whole room full of baylor's and medicare and blue cross as we call in the united states and others and tell people in the city of detroit that is not beverly hills los angeles by a reasonably prosperous busy city with auto industry. But i don't take insurance. I can't even take your insurance them out of the system and launched in five years ago and yes. There's always challenges. My tears thought that maybe. I did. Have alcohol rounds. Drug problem slices. Is he doing all as they didn't understand. It has been the best decision. I don't think would have been as meaningful if i didn't pay the price. All those years of doing traditional medicine I'm respected because know what heart catheterization angioplasty bypass Medications use them when needed by I'm very much dedicate myself as upstream cardiologists. I'm the salmon trying to go upstream. Everybody else is going the other direction. But there's a lot of people out there and you know. I i'm sure for practice that are looking or a different path. They're just tired and they feel tired too many drugs too. Many ten minute appointments with dr the game now. It's a good nurse or a physician since i've provided alternative of time education a different approach. And it's so gratifying. Amin that i'm sixty one years old. I don't know what the word retires. Because i love what i do day after day today

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Mexican president tests positive for COVID-19, symptoms mild

All Things Considered

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Mexican president tests positive for COVID-19, symptoms mild

"Of consistently downplaying the pandemic. Mexico's president contracted the virus, making him the latest world leader to fall ill from covert 19. His government says he has mild symptoms and is running the country's affairs from the National Palace. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, the Mexican leader is sick at a time when the country is witnessing a record number of coronavirus deaths. For many, it was just a matter of time before president and dress Manuel Lopez Obrador would contract the virus. He's rarely seen in public, using a mask and throughout the pandemic has kept up a grueling schedule, touring the country, flying commercial airlines and interacting with many people like he did just this past weekend. The military band played the national anthem, Lopez Obrador inaugurated new basis for his National Guard troops. He told a small crowd that the pandemic yes has been rough on Mexico. But it needs to be put into perspective. Lack is masking a panda Mia. There's been a basically, corruption has done more damage to Mexico. It's worse than a pandemic. It's a plague, he said. On Saturday, Lopez Obrador's underplayed the spread of covert in the country even as the death toll is approaching 150,000, the fourth highest in the world. More than 1.7 million people have tested positive for the virus. But officials admit that is an undercount since only the sickest are tested, and his ambitious vaccination plan is stalled recently after Fizer temporarily halted shipments of its vaccine to the country, do the logistics problems. Critics of the president's handling of the pandemic say they're not surprised. He himself has now fallen ill. Let's face it, The odds were increasingly against him Kindness. Bravo is a political analyst and teaches at sea. They in Mexico City University does not even try to be a social model. In terms of basically taking precautions. Early on in the pandemic, Lopez Obrador famously held up religious ambulance declaring that they along with his good morals. Would protect him from the virus and the cool protector. It is. Alone 80 that the best shield against the virus is to be honest, not to steal and not to betray. His comments, made back in March, are now being rebroadcast continually on TV and social media. For now, Officials say. President Lopez Obrador is isolating in his quarters at the national Palace and has only mild symptoms at 67, though he suffers from hypertension, and he had a heart attack in 2013. His Interior minister, Olga Sanchez, oversized morning press conference today, but kept it far under the two hours the president usually takes sink winter studly, pronto pronto Sirica Pereira, especially the president is stable and will recuperate very soon. I'm sure of it, she said. Soon after the morning conference, the president's office sent out pictures of Lopez over door in a suit behind his desk, taking a call with Vladimir Putin. Russia will reportedly send 24 million doses of its but make the vaccine over the next two months to Mexico.

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Artists Gather For Rare Act Of Defiance Against Cuban Regime

Morning Edition

03:31 min | 2 years ago

Artists Gather For Rare Act Of Defiance Against Cuban Regime

"Artists and activists achieved something rare. In Cuba, they held a peaceful protest. At first, it seemed the communist government would consider their demands for greater freedom of expression. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports on what happened next agents from Cuba Security forces showed up at the House of Tania Bruguera earlier this week. Among the accusations they made against the renowned performance artist that she is destabilizing Cuba that I was creating sir version in the whole country, which is completely insane, and the outspoken 52 year old activist tells NPR from Havana. That agent also accused her of taking orders from the U. S State Department. We she's stupid. The people who don't make they know I don't do that. What brew get a does do along with other artists is speak out about routine government censorship and the harassment of Cuban artists. That activism came to a head last weekend when hundreds gathered in front of the Ministry of Culture and Havana. It was a rare show of defiance in Cuba and was followed by another unusual move. Ministry officials agreed to meet with the protesters. 30 went in. Hours later, the artist emerged with the promise the ministry would address their demands Locales Real Oy is historical and advice, Peter Artists Union, Diego told the crowd. What has occurred today is historic. A large protest was sparked by the arrest of 14 dissident artists and activists, members of a collective known as the Sanusi Dro movement. The groups sprung up after the government further tightened artistic expression by enacting decree 3 49. Prompting this video by local rappers reporting to whoever stocked Cuban wrapper. The analyst things we don't agree what decree 3 49. That protest song was recorded two years ago. This round of protests against censorship is much larger now that internationally recognized Cuban artists are joining in, says Cuba expert Ted Hankin of Brew College. That kind of contagion is what the government most fears within hours of last weekend's protest. Government officials change course. Calling the protesters ponds of the US part of a CIA plot Subversives. Cuba's president Miguel DS canal tweeted, the Sanusi dra movement was nothing more than a reality show created by US Imperial ists Not We will not allow meddling from the north, he told a crowd of government supporters. Talks between the government and protesters were initially planned for this week, but none have been scheduled. That conflict puts the incoming Biden administration in a difficult spot. The president elect has already promised to reverse Trump administration sanctions against the Cuban regime. However, that shouldn't be seen as approval of the regimes human rights record, says University of California San Diego professor Richard Feinberg, but on the contrary that by lifting certain sanctions That will increase U. S influence on the island and taking the long view that in the U. S national interest, protester and artist Tania Bruguera says Despite the threats, she will continue demanding greater freedoms in Cuba. I'm not scared. I am curious. I am furious. She says She will continue to protest respectfully but never back down.

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2020 NBA Draft: Hawks select Onyeka Okongwu

The Lead

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

2020 NBA Draft: Hawks select Onyeka Okongwu

"With the sixth pick in two thousand twenty nba. Draft atlanta hawks. select own. yucca. Or kahn will from the university of southern california last week on yucca. Nba dream came

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US to drop drug charges against Mexico’s former defense chief

NPR News Now

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

US to drop drug charges against Mexico’s former defense chief

"Former mexico defense minister returned to mexico last night after. Us drug charges against him. Dropped as npr's carrie kahn reports. It's unclear whether the retired general will be prosecuted on charges pending against him in mexico. Us district judge. Carol bagley granted the request effectively dropping. All charges against salvador's goes the judge. Bagley said she didn't doubt the. Us government's reasoning for the request. Which had come from the top level. The us attorney. General william bar in requesting the dismissal bar said important foreign policy considerations outweighed the government's prosecution interests see infla- goes arrest last month's strained. Us mexico relations. He was charged with conspiring with a cartel to distribute drugs in the us. Mexico warned the arrest damaged future joint enforcement. Former general's fate is in mexico. The foreign minister here said cnn foibles is returning as a free

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Where do words comes from? Find out in Washington, DC’s newly opened Planet Word museum

Consider This from NPR

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Where do words comes from? Find out in Washington, DC’s newly opened Planet Word museum

"The. Much anticipated planet word. Open today in. DC. Yes. Yes. Back in twenty seventeen DC mayor Muriel Bowser, and a team of advisers picks philanthropist and Friedman to restore the historic Franklin school building a gorgeous building. By the way, millions of dollars have gone into restoring the national historic landmark much of it. Friedman's own money to create a place where people can explore are evolving language. Now, that restoration didn't happen without a couple of shall we call them hiccups along the way city officials halted construction for quite some time after discovering. That the project's developer violated DC's strict historic preservation rules but all of that is wrapped up now in the museum is officially open to the public WMU senior editor gay. Bullard got an early look at the museum and he's here to take us on a little tour as you turn off K.. Street and walk into the courtyard of planet word you're showered in language. There's an art exhibit in which Willow Tree made of speakers plays a mix of languages from around the world. Inside the historic Franklin school building has been given a thirty five, million dollar restoration the preserved stare tiling wainscoting and a few other flourishes Nantou the building century and a half of life. But the displays are exceedingly high tech I up a twenty foot high wall of carved words brought to life through powerful projectors and narration. The tells the history of the English language. The exhibit invites you to say a word from the wall like smog or sport to get a quick etymology lessons on. Board. Shorts. Burns over. In the next room, a giant globe of lights is surrounded by screens each with a friendly face of person who will teach you about their spoken or signed language. I tapped on Venezuela and got to try a regional tongue twister. And? Eric Kahn. Areas Cigar. A Nice in the gallery on humor, you can play word games or help and artificial intelligence right captions for new. Yorker. Cartoons according to my analysis. This caption about cannibalism mine database says that cannibalism is usually very serious, but sometimes, it can be funny to take something serious and pretend it is not serious. This is called dark humor in the library. Visitors can grab a book from the Shelf, set it on a table and be treated to an animation and narration explaining something about the text the technology can be dazzling but museum founder and Friedman says, it's in service of a larger purpose to reinvigorate excitement for literacy maybe with technology and with sort of the wow factor, we could make books and words and language sort of. Them and. With their imaginations captured visitors will think more about language for now the museum is working on virtual events for those who can't make an in person for those who can plan at word is open four free but you'll need to preregister for a time to get in admission is limited to twenty five people per hour.

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Mexico arrests violent gang leader known for emotive videos

NPR News Now

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Mexico arrests violent gang leader known for emotive videos

"Military says it's arrested the leader of a notorious drug gang responsible for rising violence in the central Mexican state where it operates NPR's Carrie. Kahn has more Mexico's top security official La Phone, Soda Russell to twitter to announce the arrest of Jose Antonio Yepez known as El Morro early Sunday morning. Dosso says the cartel boss will be housed at a maximum security prison and charged with ties to organized crime and fuel theft your heads, the center Rosa, the Lima cartel based in the central state of one Quavo. The cartoon has been known for stealing fuel from oil pipelines ubiquitous in the state the gang has been increasingly locked in turf war with the rival police go new generation cartel. One of Mexico's most powerful crime

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GUI Pre Cap

Geeks Under the Influence

03:39 min | 2 years ago

GUI Pre Cap

"Hello everyone and welcome in use the Gui pre can recap. Going For the week of July Twenty, twenty, two one before it happens. My Name is Bruce let's start with G. Y. Pick the week. Actually I'm going to hold off on the pick of the week until we get to one more thing, you'll understand why in just a few minutes. For TV pages on Monday e has the premiere of hoarders and intervention. Nat Go has when sharks attack. This is the beginning of Shark Week. For Tuesday CBS has finale of game on Wednesday. Nothing Thursday NBC has the finale of Blindspot Fox has the finale of celebrity, Watch party and TBS has the premiere of lost resort on Friday CBS has the premiere of greatest at home videos. Because why not and paramount has been MMA live for Saturday. Hbo Has Premiere of Motherless Brooklyn amfar Sunday. Sifi has the premiere of wine owner URP for DVD's coming out this week. You've got scoop and capone for on Line Services Net flicks. You Have Jake Whitehall I'm only joking on the spectrum season. One St Food Latin America season, one fear city, New York versus the media season one. Sing on Spain season one offering to the storm. And the kissing booth to for Amazon Prime. You've got Jim. Pale tourist and radioactive. We've got no video games coming out this week, but we do have episodes of G. Y. coming out this week. At least things on the Gui network. Just go to Gyi. PODCAST DOT COM and check out and see what we've got for one more thing. For the first time in fifty years, Kahn or were forced to make a heartbreaking decision to cancel the annual celebration of comics and pop culture soon after the cancellation, they announced an online version set to launch July, twenty second, the official start date of the originally scheduled convention. The virtual event will exist on comic, Dash Con Dot Org, which is their website starting at nine am Pacific daylight time on Wednesday July twenty second this will transform to comic con at home. The redesign web page will be the means for all participants to access programming, online exhibit halls and various interactive events. Join the fun is the Comic Con Museum which has been long-planned an interactive component They began offering activities through comic Con Museum at home earlier this summer, and will continue through comic con at home weekend, and beyond Youtube will host over three hundred and fifty panels in programming as well as the twenty twenty Eisner Awards, the Online Exhibit Hall With Approximately Seven Hundred Exhibitors, and for fans of those gaming, those activities will be on the discord platform. COMECON will also be offering an online version of their souvenir. Book will be available for free. DOWNLOADABLE PDF starting on Wednesday July, twenty second, the two hundred sixty page book contains new art articles, celebrating various industries, including the one hundredth birthday of Ray, Bradbury and Ray Harry Hausen. This is the way you can celebrate San Diego Comic Con with outstanding all day in line to get into hall, age or the overabundance of CON funk.

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Powerful Earthquake Rattles Southern Mexico

Morning Edition

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Powerful Earthquake Rattles Southern Mexico

"A powerful earthquake struck a huge swath of southern and central Mexico yesterday at least five people were killed the quake hit mid morning and despite its punch in the wide area affected damage was surprisingly moderate and yours Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico City the quake was centered in the southern state of Oaxaca near the Pacific coast resort of Huatulco them not only for today and what better way to think case okay hello my name is mark to worker in the beach town posted video to Twitter as he walked down the aisle strewn with items thrown from shelves and topple display cases well we might they say it was really bad he says landslides blocked a major highway several building facades cracked in walls toppled the US Geological Survey put the magnitude at seven point four and said the quake was felt by nearly fifty million people in eight Mexican states in Guatemala in Mexico City hundreds of miles away seismic alarms went off more than a minute before the shaking started here he knows that the M. for Fairfax thought but I just got a key it gave us the perfect amount of time to get out into the street said thirty two year old son your Rubio who ran down the stairs from the fifth floor of her apartment building in the Condesa neighborhood her neighbor twenty nine year old one Pablo Sanchez sprinted from the seventh floor are you can see the palm trees are they're just sweeping back and forth what really scared me was hearing hearing the buildings just crack helicopters swarmed over the area surveying for damage Mexico city's mayor says thirty two buildings were affected the same area was hit hard by a seven point one quake nearly three years ago which killed two hundred and forty eight people and toppled dozens of buildings that quake's epicenter was close to the capital leaving no time for the alarm systems warning and at that point in the manager at Rubio and Sanchez's apartment building gave the all clear after an initial inspection everyone joked this was the most people they've seen in the streets in months Mexico is still registering thousands of new coronavirus cases and hundreds of deaths daily there are quite a lot of the stance yeah they they've been mediated by silos it but Rubio said for a while we all forgot about keeping our distance from each other and she put a mask on and headed back into our apartment to continue working from home

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Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

Morning Edition

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

"A powerful earthquake struck a huge swath of southern and central Mexico yesterday at least five people were killed the quake hit mid morning and despite its punch in the wide area affected damage was surprisingly moderate and yours Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico Mexico City City the the quake quake was was centered centered in in the the southern southern state state of of Oaxaca Oaxaca near near the the Pacific Pacific coast coast resort resort of of Huatulco Huatulco them them not not only only for for today today and and what what better way to take case okay thought on myself and I can market worker in the beach town posted video to Twitter as he walked down the aisle strewn with items thrown from shelves and topple display cases my goal for mind they say it was really bad he says landslides blocked a major highway several building facades cracked in walls toppled the US Geological Survey put the magnitude at seven point four and said the quake was felt by nearly fifty million people in eight Mexican states in Guatemala in Mexico City hundreds of miles away seismic alarms went off more than a minute before the shaking started here he knows your name for favor fake thought but I do got a key it gave us the perfect amount of time to get out into the street said thirty two year old son your Rubio who ran down the stairs from the fifth floor of her apartment building in the Condesa neighborhood her neighbor twenty nine year old Juan Pablo Sanchez sprinted from the seventh floor all you could see the palm trees right there just sweeping back and forth what really scared me was hearing hearing the buildings just crack helicopters swarmed over the area surveying surveying for for damage damage Mexico Mexico city's city's mayor mayor says says thirty thirty two two buildings buildings were were affected affected the the same same area area was was hit hit hard hard by by a a seven seven point point one one quake quake nearly nearly three three years years ago ago which which killed two hundred and forty eight people and toppled dozens of buildings that quake's epicenter was close to the capital leaving no time for the alarm systems warning

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Death of man after face mask arrest shines light on Mexican police brutality

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Death of man after face mask arrest shines light on Mexican police brutality

"Their protests in Mexico over the death of a thirty year old construction worker who died in police custody a month ago NPR's Carrie Kahn says he reportedly was arrested for not wearing a face covering amid the pandemic Geelani Lopez was arrested in the state of Jalisco on may fourth bystander video shows police wrestling him to the ground while residents shouted officers that they are abusing their authority one man is heard repeatedly shouting if you kill them we know who you are according to the state's prosecutor Lopez died of injuries resulting from beatings he also says it's not clear why Lopez was arrested none of the officers involved have been arrested and all remain on duty Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro tweeted demanding justice for Giovanni Lopez the governor of Jalisco says a full investigation will be conducted Carrie Kahn NPR news

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