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Sitting down with the Kotlin Advocates

Talking Kotlin

04:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Sitting down with the Kotlin Advocates

"We are all develop had for Katelyn. Some of us are for areas that are better well known some of us of areas that are less known some of US offer areas that say oh. Oh, you mean that Kotlin is more than just android So talking starve aside talking Kotlin Jaaz stalking everything else that is not android and so I wanted to discuss a little bit. What life is like as a developer advocate at jeppe rains as a cotton develop advocate jeppe brains, how we work, who tells us what to do what not to do well. Before, I I would say that it was mostly we would decide and then sweater you decide now for us right? I wouldn't put it like this. No I'm just kidding. Like I know you're laughing there you're muted it doesn't make sense. I can record my life and you can after add it. On the places that you want. Yeah I'm like are we gotTA have a back? Channel on slack that I keep pressing a button that says you know now laugh and then everyone loves so this is I think to the vision death like long time ago so But anyway. So No, let's let's discuss a little bit like what what color advocacy implies. So especially, nowadays that you know a lot of times when we talk about when we talk about advocacy in general. People immediately associate that with going to conferences and giving talks and. Engaging with people in the community and stuff like that. And you know right now the situation in the world is a little bit. and. So people kind of ask me sometimes, I what do you do all day because you can't really do your work can you and we're GonNa Bust this myth right that developers are more than just about going to conferences. And to bars and to. Having Beers and and the. And the podcast yes. So what do you do? What? What do each of you do on a daily basis try to out a lot with a on on twitter and kind of A feeling for how people feel about technology, it's it's pretty known that that Cutler Jay s for example, has a couple of rough edges them So I tried to kind of see who is trying to adopt the technology try to help them get started and can either be on an individual basis reaching out to people asking them for their feedback to the technology, and then bring that back to the team. But it can also be in the creation of materials than the people can just consume at their own pace. So for example, on play dot, Copter Nine, dot org, we have our section of hands onto orioles, which are kind of long form to`real, you've go through in interactive fashion and we of course, right those we keep those up to date and we always allowed the community. What kind of topics should be covered. And also keeping with the Team that actually developed technology right Shanyou well. As, we know that the Greater China? Region is huge. So for me I think it's more important to facilitates with community. So basically I Love connection with the community leaders. Mostly East our cutting user. Group. Part of. Confront you. And I tried to arrange some Webinar, to invite sound speaker to share their experience about calling. And the in order to. Make more people to learn calling I arranged. Study Group. Study Jen. that. We have on lies degen that Basically teach people how. Write calling coat. And we also have their coating practice. that. Encourage. People to use calling in different way. For example, we use calling in beckon you can have a new can learn how to write calling. Using Kato War or even in Spring boot. You can use calling in enjoy can use calling in data signs. Et Cetera so we provide. The possibility to poke to calling is everything. So that's why we do every for every day.

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Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | Last month

Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

"In Massachusetts from pre Kato college kids now required to get a flu vaccine by the end of the year of the disease. Madison Rogers has Massachusetts is the first state to require students to get a flu shot. There are exceptions if a student has a medical or religious exemption, or if they're home schooled, But other than that, it applies to anyone over six months of age, even studentslearning remotely. BBC TV's Dr Mallika Marshall says it could help to preserve medical resource is during the pandemic. We still expect to see covert around and we might get a surge in Kobe cases which will threaten Tio overburden once again. Our hospitals our ers are urgent care center. The deadline for all students to get the shot is December 31st. Madison

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Mali's president resigns after armed mutiny

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:32 sec | Last month

Mali's president resigns after armed mutiny

"President deeper him Boubacar Keita, announcing his resignation in a late night TV broadcast. Hours after soldiers had staged a mutiny surrounding his residents and firing shots into the air. It's Marley second coup in eight years, The country is seen months of anti government protests. It's also struggling to combat an Islamist insurgency. President Kato was democratically elected on broadly supported in the West, the U. S and France criticizing the takeover.

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"kato" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:29 min | Last month

"kato" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Show new stock 11 10 9893 would've alongside coach Matt Doherty. Already our three cups already our three Stuff. I believe we've got a lot of stuff. Lot of a lot of topics that we've had a lot of content that we fit and certainly want to invite folks to be a part of the conversation at 704570 11 10. Let's let's pivot over to this. This actually was we were going to lead the show. Yes, we were until we found out about the Gaff tastic vice President. A new Kato. So Kato is a think tank there like a libertarian think tank. You can get their information at Cato dot or ge. I'm just so you guys know work there referenced a tio Tio Kato. Katie. Oh, it would have been OJ's House guest. Kato Kaelin, But this is Kato CEO. Who is Kelvin Cato? Perhaps Kato, my little Kato. So here we have. Ah! Kato has got to study. Self censorship is on the rise. In the United States. Nearly 2/3 of Americans 62%. Of Americans say the political climate these days prevents them from saying things they believe, because others might find it offensive. About that. So you have a belief you have a value You want to express it. But You're afraid it might offend somebody, And if you're in that class of people, 62% say this political climate were and prevents them from saying what they really think. That is very interesting number and I believe it holds wholeheartedly. It's something I talk about with my family. My daughter's going back just went back this week for a senior at North Carolina. And if you are have conservative views on that campus, you get slammed and is not worth. The time and stress To deal with that. So you remain quiet in the thing my daughter and I always talked about his like e. You know, the The left talks about having an open mind and and being accepting of other people's values and Sexualities. But yet When someone on the right states, you know, pro life or therefore trump. They get harassed and and my daughter says It's not only just amongst the students, but it's deep inside. Is it with the professor's? So you gotta watch what you're saying and writing with these professors correct and my daughter's got a little fire to it. She'll challenge him a little bit, but the end of day. They have the power of the great Yeah, And that's your future that your future That's whether you graduate. That's that's all of them. You know, you talk about harassment, like there's sexual harassment, and then there's political harassment. Oh, and It seems to be encouraged on college campuses, and the professor's also have tenure, so they really don't answer to anybody. That's true. The fear in this case crosses partisan lines. 52% of Democrats. I agree that they have political opinions that they're afraid to share. 52% of Democrats, independents, people were independent voters, 59% say that they Have political opinions that they're afraid to share. But Republicans are the heaviest 77% agree that they have political opinions that they are afraid to share. Yeah, well, that's why the Poles don't mean a darned thing When you talk about Biden beating Trump in the polls. That's because I asked my wife. This is anybody contacted you about Trump versus Biden know. Has anybody contacted me? No. So who were they Contacting with these pulse? Is it something online is it is a phone call, is it? Ah, Is it a male in? Where is it? And who's filling it out. But if somebody were to Saito, I think most people like we talk about it. I've given him my my family, my family in New York. You know, we don't have my wife and I said, Well, don't bring up Don't bring up any politics. Don't bring up Trump. Keep it light. Keep it because my you know some family members will get pretty aggressive. And s o. We don't Although, you know I'm one that doesn't mind to stir it up a little bit Jostle. You know just a little late, You know, Vote for trump past assault. Let me let me give you let me give you some other numbers. And this is this is a pretty freaky This is a pretty freaky study. 2/3 of Latino Americans 65%. Feel uncomfortable to change T share their views. White Americans, 64% feel uncomfortable sharing their views with people. Half of African Americans, 49% have political views that they're afraid to share. I just makes you wonder like, how's it? How's it cutting right now? We don't know. Majorities of men 65% women 59%. I've said from the jump. Women will get into a donnybrook way faster than men will 100%. Um people with incomes over $100,000.60 percent of afraid, toe say what they think and people with incomes less than 20,058% or afraid to say what they think. People under 35 55%. Over 65 66% are afraid to say what they think. Usually the old people just they fire away religious people, 71% nonreligious 56%. All agree that the climate prevents him from expressing the true beliefs and okay, you got your seatbelt on that secret. We're all about to share with you. Your head might explode. 50% of strong liberals. Support firing trump donors from work. 36% of strong conservatives support firing people that donate to Biden. Well. Maybe we're getting Divisive nearly 1/4 22%. We're due for a break. But nearly 1/4 22% of Americans would support firing a business executive who personally donates to the Democratic president candidate Joe Biden's campaign, 31% support firing a business executive who supports Donald Trump's reelection. What about putting people out of work? Dying. Dang, son. Thanks on Dang boy. I think, though, before you got to the workplace stats to me. Those numbers favor the conservative side because the conservatives are the ones that getting bashed when they're out. Spoken but see what the left thinks They're getting bashed when they speak out. It's perception were grab a break getting bashed. You might as well start bashing. Argumentative, Leah. I guess I don't know. Not gonna say anything. Okay? I'm afraid, Brett. Winnable show Matt Doherty. New stock left at nine. Www Now, man, I will never stifle Boomer von Kannon. Hello, Rosa. Thank you forever things. A major slowdown. Some 4 85 near the airport overturned vehicle on the outer hoop. Best headed south.

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Alexa Healthcare Skills with Dr. Bob Kolock

Voice First Health

04:40 min | 4 months ago

Alexa Healthcare Skills with Dr. Bob Kolock

"I'm curious because like you said you've you've you've designed now eighteen skills. Did you teach yourself how to code along the way or how did you get these skills to do that? I you know I have to compliment Amazon. Who's still have a lot of good documentation all along the way There were opportunities to learn for free or minimal between what they provided in. What are some of the Code Academy a? There's there's a couple ones that are out there that really minimal charge. I so I learn Java script books on it but a lot of trial and error. And it's gotten to yet so I never knew Java scrip- I worked the website. I mentioned I use coal fusion probably burdette. I've heard of it but that's about it. That's not so use co fused. I haven't Do Some Aung. Php I'm sorry. But I learned along the way again. There are a lot of times I built the skills. I probably built fifty steals but majority of those were learning skills. Like okay gotcha. Well it's really impressive. I it's very inspiring to know that you can. If you really WanNa do this and get involved you I mean the resources are there to go and learn it and start to create these things that have real value so I think that's that's wonderful. What can you share any thing that you're working on next top secret or any other plan coming up? Well I'm the one I start. I started working on this over the weekend And I think I might submitted later today or tomorrow so really so I'll tell you I'll tell you what it is. It's the concept is again trying to focus on the good things in our lives so the draft name of this is gratitude law. Yeah it's very simple. What it asks you to do. There are real functions. You will tell lack Alexa three things that you're grateful for. Okay and you do that as many times as you like in then you could ask subsequently tell me my blessings and it will ran the Maya through your list and tell you three random things and yet it's not the track my doses a lot more conflicts and pop located those functional. This is more. Let's focus on the good things like kindness counts and the things we should be thankful for. We're seeing a lot of that and social media. I think you know one of the big things. Thank our first responders doctors and the nurses who are in the front line. Those kind of things by so. I'm hoping people again. It's ready to be out there. I'm not sure we're going to keep that name gratitude blog but anyway I'll let you know change but now but again it's that purpose in mind. I'm I'm also like working with one or two Companies that are trying to do some like an adviser yet works Ireland. You know I guess just to finish off. I'd love for you to just share how people can contact you and how they can get in touch with you if they want to chat with you about maybe working on some of these projects with you or otherwise just getting touch and having a chat with you about your thoughts and ideas on the stuff. Well my email is probably the best way is our a Kato Nello. Ck One and she mail dot com. That's probably the bass have linked in Robert A CO lock. Md The official. May I yeah and I would love to hear from people while Bob? I really appreciate you taking some of your time to chat with us and chat with listeners and myself It's a real pleasure to be able to connect with you like this and I certainly look forward to stay in touch it and seeing what your next projects are Following along with all these great skills

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"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

11:20 min | 5 months ago

"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Clark Oh I wish we had dramatic music. Claire something you want like the cameras. Zoom in on her as she like turns around like who's this Kato Guy or something yes sancti smoking. Yeah Clark dressed in a blue business suit seemed to cato. Quite friendly too friendly especially when she opened her eyes wide. Put a big smile on her face and said hi how you doing. Can I get you anything? We're going to have a great time. Says kind of read like Michelle Remembers? Yeah he's like I'm your special nurse Kato. I knew right then and there. She was going to be trouble. He said she asked me to follow her. Once again. I was on the go. He took me to her office which I couldn't help. Noticing had a large poster him. Morrison on one wall when she saw me looking at it. She smiled and said you like Jim Morrison. So do I wait. Till IS HE UNDER OATH. Is he the houses working no? He's not under oath. He's being brought in her. Chat at this point. Okay she says are you a friend of okay. Simpson's yes a friend of Nicole as well. Yes live as guest house right. Yes an Ice Guest House. Very nice you have a bad sure by backwell right. Qena felt he was being treated like a preschooler. And wasn't going for it when you mind if I waited for my lawyer. That's when Clark's to minor took a sudden radical shift. Her smile disappeared. Her eyes grew harder. What are you hiding Mr Kaelin? Though hard chimed in he at Kato. What are you hiding? Come on you can trust us. He's you guys are trying to trick me. I WanNa wait for my lawyer. What are you hiding? Marcia Clark said louder this time I've got nothing to hide. I'll talk to you. I'll tell you everything I know. I just want to wait for my lawyer. Fine Marcia said and continued and then she keeps questioning him. So the Kato's version. We're going to have a little. Rock Chaman here and we're gonNA got marshes version now. Okay what do you think about that though? It's unethical like this is how the justice system is supposed to work the minute. Somebody says lawyer you stop you take a step back and you get them lawyer like that's the foundation of the whole thing and my feeling about all this is like listen. I don't know what I'm talking about. I'm not a lawyer. I have an MFA in fiction but it does seem to me that it's like not a bad idea to just have everyone have a lawyer if they want one just as a general default guess like that's just how it is so here's mark his version. It's Friday morning and she is in her office when she gets a call from one of the cops on detail who says Kayla's here with us but he says he won't talk unless lawyers with him. This was extremely unusual. Witnesses don't arrive in the company of lawyers unless they're worried about being charged with a crime from what I could see. Brian Kaelin had no criminal liability events he'd witnessed on the night of June twelve. Had clearly occurred after the murders. I was afraid that his request for an attorney meant that Simpson had gotten to him. Let's like Marcia you're not wrong. Like okay has gotten to him several times but like he has a pure silly heart and yes a lawyer because that's citizens right. Yeah it's weird. How many people within the justice system cannot fathom that the justice system itself traumatizes people? Yeah why would you want a lawyer? It's like 'cause I've read books. Yeah it's not like Lennie Briscoe offers to help you straighten everything out and like understands that you're telling the truth. I feel like her job. Depends on knowing. I mean. This is like the whole problem that it's not. It's not a Marsha problem. It's like a prosecutor problem. Oh yeah this is the culture. But she's an absolutely a prosecutor's job is literally to like believe what the cops say and to never believe suspect yeah and also again like structurally she can't show frustration at the police or the other lawyers was working with and not just because of the way the system is set which already is dumb but because she's a woman which makes it even less functional her it appears and so who can she take out her aggression on but Kato Kaylin right. The COPS Kato into my office at a little past nine. I looked up my paperwork and saw for the first time that wild man of dirty blond hair casual hip clothes goofy surfer. Boy Slouch my first thought zone out case she fucking hates him so much. It's hopeful and Canada's like well that's your opinion man and a lot of people like fucking hate that Kato Kaylin guy and some for why. Why do you hate puppies? Also so funny. I said that because the next line is hey guy. I greeted him. Hassle seem to go. He shook my hand and fix it at like a puppy. Puppies don't really fiction legit but inveighing the idea so good. She asks him if he feels prepared to go. Horrid rang hurry. She says he answered and half senses. Nodding Allot Matikane to save very little gray. I thought this guy can barely handle small tar. What's going to happen? We put them on the stand. But this there's no such thing as small talk with the prosecutor like drives me nuts like right. Now you're acting like we're just two people party like do you do. How long have you lived in? La That's not what's happening right like you need to behave as if you know that he knows that you have the power to sign him up the river. This is a situation which he is legally required through a subpoena to speak with you regardless of what the content of your conversation is like. What's your favorite marvel movie? All of it takes place under the structure of like. He's being compelled to be there. Yeah there is no such thing as small talk under those circumstances and Mercia should know that. Yeah and then it's like if someone is in a position of power. How do you make them behave in a way? That is respectful to the amount of power that they have over anyone. It's tough and also maybe that means that the official rules that we give people shouldn't be so powerful if people are consistently uncomfortable with having that much and if it's if it's systematically invisible to them yeah like if we're going to give it to them let's not render it invisible. Yeah so Marsha says I cut to the chase. Do you remember what you were doing when he heard the thump on your wall? Hey I was talking to my friend Rachel okay. That was what he had told the COPS. And she's like trying to outfox him and it's like Marcia he's sleepy. Yeah just just asking his tough and I love how she's like. I tried to approach him and he was taciturn and weird and so I had to play hard ball and Catos in her petition. It was like she was being weird and fake intriguing child. I didn't like it. I guess be back fever set. I understood that. Were you know what I am? Action his thing. Ping let him back into the French Kung Fu movie. And so Marcia says did you tell her about what you've heard. This is about Rachel and he says I really don't You know want to say anything until my attorney gets here. I mean you seem real nice and all and I really WANNA help you out. But really can't talk about the case without him. I'm real sorry really Marsha I am. His words tumbled over each other's he squirmed in his seat and cast me beseeching. Look I wasn't buying this act. Keta wasn't as dumb as he appeared. He cut off the questioning. Expertly Kato I don't get it. I'd hold him. Why do you think you need a lawyer? As far as I can tell you know liability whatsoever Marsha I know and and catos description Marsha continues rapid-fire questioning for awhile and then Mr Kaelin. Marcia Clark finally said leaning and smiling are you having fun yet God he looked at her and said hey. Is there a two drink minimum with that? The tension broke and everyone started of all things to laugh. Okay I love. This is Kato's version where he breaks the tension by telling a joke and like even though they're like bag hearing him and being kind of mean to him they all laugh because he funny assays comedy waiter skills coming out and then right after. Kato tells his joke. He says a man who looks. Kato like Wallace Shawn comes in. With the Kato's friend Allan and this is his lawyer. Oh Good Bill. Guinea pig organs inconceivable. Yeah so it's it's comforting to American Wallace Shawn coming to Kato's rescue and so- Kato's layer goes up to Martian says my client will remain silent and I'll answer any further questions for him. Ou Marcia Clark looked at her watch. It's five to one. You can have three minutes with your client before we take him to the grand jury. He's scheduled to appear one o'clock. That's ridiculous can ego said. How can you subpoena him for a grand jury? The same day you want him to testify. Clark stared heart again ego. Mr Kaelin is going to testify at one o'clock and that's that lawyers are dope. Get them and then catos lawyer turns to him and says we're going to go down to the grand jury and ask for an intervention. That's a postponement. Trust me on this and so- marshes like okay time to go and Cato's lawyers so they haven't even had to cancel it at the police reports like we haven't prepared in any way. This is truly ridiculous and Marsha says to keynote. You're going to testify. That's that she turned back to Guinea. Go and added. If you try to stop him I'll have you arrested for obstruction of justice. Whoa and response. Can you go to a piece of paper from a pad? Wrote down all that. He wanted Kato to say on the stand. It read on the advice of my attorney. I must respectfully declined to answer and assert my right to remain silent but there is something really I mean. After all this research I did in white collar crime. It is really remarkable. That like this is how rich people do rich people justice. It's like you simply don't say anything. Under any circumstances you should never talk to the police. Her any reason if you can possibly avoid it it's like their strategy is always like wait. Say Zero because if you say nothing that can't catch you in any lies if you say like Oh. I couldn't have done this crime because like I was in Tampa with my friend. Then they can check were you in. Tampa are their plane tickets. Who's your friend? Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera. If you just say literally nothing they have to actually move to the crime. They can't just catch you in one lie and once they catch you in one lights easy to find other lies and make guilty and also. Don't talk to them because you think no harm can come because you're innocent because accent people don't always seem innocent. Yes so catos lawyers telling him to treat this like he's a rich person which is good advice. Yeah yes he's like you have burnt out hair but you're going to get rich person. Just and Katie was led into the grand jury room and he he says it looks like nothing so much as a College Lecture Hall. It's like he's back at. U. W. O. Claire and so they swear him in and market starts questioning him about the night of June twelve and basically no matter what she asks. Kato guest reads off his piece of paper and says on the advice of my attorney. Ms Respectfully declined to answer. On a certain. I write for remain silent. Good message disciplined by Kato as we have said before. He does well if he's given direct. Yeah is this. Chapter of Marshall's book in all caps. This burnout wouldn't say shit. There's some italic okay. So the way market ascribes. All of this is Kato's lawyer asked to have the weekend to prep Kato to testify before the Grand Karan Monday instead of Friday and to go over the police statement and marshes. Like that's ridiculous. The statement is two pages long. You don't need the whole weekend. All you're doing is opening up more time and space or the witness be contaminated and for okay and his crowd and his lawyers to get to him. No it's hard because it's like. Yeah that's true. It's radio doesn't Kato's not really plotting any fat to believe his account..

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"kato" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"kato" Discussed on WTVN

"Officers were checking the scene Kato fire fired upon officers satin Rouge police chief Murphy Paul says two officers were hit one was killed as a result of the shooting we lost a twenty one year veteran the baton Rouge police department the other officers hospitalized and be gravely wounded you're listening to ABC news five oh two now a news radio six ten W. T. traffic and weather mornings and afternoons on newsradio six ten WTVN first look at your Monday drive with Johnny hill over the weekend we it's a construction work Dublin road being re opened between the post office and Grandview Avenue after a culvert replacement there we do have an accident scene closing down James road south of Livingston some wires knocked down out of this one we'll go ahead pick up thirty three a college Avenue as a detour off of links to nor can use Hamilton road at the intersection of Fulton and forth being restricted starting this morning for the next two weeks if you're trying to reach I. seventy westbound awful for street twenty use third street instead traffic and weather together power by temp start custom air not Johnny hill on newsradio six ten WTVN now your A. B. C. six first warning weather for meteorologist Jim get all partly cloudy cool today wolves winds will still be light though a high of sixty degrees cloudy with showers again after midnight tonight the low fifty showers in the morning as well for Tuesday but will be milder during the day high of sixty seven could see some thunder showers on Wednesday and a high of sixty two weather's power by the basement under mostly clear now thirty eight in Bexley thirty nine of your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN this is a service of legacy retirement grow it was a slight drop in the number of new cases and deaths due to corona virus in Ohio as reported on Sunday in total nearly sixteen thousand positive cases occur with nineteen have been reported in Ohio in just over seven hundred deaths today governor Mike DeWine said to unveil his plan to reopen businesses across the state with the state home order set to expire on Friday governor Donald tweaking the state's foster care program in response to the covert nineteen pandemic the wind says changes will affect those who would typically age out of the state program once they turn eighteen many of these young people your future looks uncertain because of code nineteen whether plan was to start a career or to pursue higher education this program that I'm announcing today will provide them with the safety net how's the wine on Friday the governor added the state would cover the cost of more than two hundred teens who otherwise might find themselves on their own before things settle down could I make it some changes to its bus services beginning today the agency says to ease demands on transit operator services operate from seven AM to nine PM seven days a week frequency will also be reduced on some lines but maintain for those with more writers go to is also now requiring all passengers to wear a facemask an apparent lover's quarrel ended in violence early Saturday in Columbus authorities say thirty year old Antonio parks allegedly poured bleach on the thirty five year old victim before shooting her in the shoulder police say it happened around two AM early Saturday at the victim's apartment in the fifty nine hundred block of chat for Dr parks was charged with felonious assaults radio six ten WTVN sports yes old reputable weekend ten Buckeyes wanna be selected tied with Michigan for second most in the drop by Dallas youths five wore black eyes have been signed since the draft ended as undrafted free agents meanwhile seems like many of you love having something to watch TV ratings for the.

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Screw It, We're Giving Out 2021 Oscars Right Now

The Big Picture

08:30 min | 6 months ago

Screw It, We're Giving Out 2021 Oscars Right Now

"I'M SEAN FANTASY ANIMATED AVANCE. And this is the big picture conversation show about the best movies of the year so far which might just be the year in full hopefully not but normally at this time of year we'd handout out best of the year at the quarter. Turn Awards Amanda So. Let's just give out some awards in case we don't get a chance to do so down the road. How do you feel about the fact that we've only gotten three months of movies? And maybe that's all we're going to get a really dark way of thinking. I'm not really ready to do that. This early in the week. I think this is more an opportunity to appreciate some of the great movies that we have gotten and that maybe we wouldn't have spent as much time talking about as we are going to. And this podcast where you know making lemonade out of lemons etc. Can we go with that? I'm shocked by your optimism. Bill I appreciate it well time. I don't know all we're going to do is just make making podcast and keep watching movies. It's funny. I'm watching so many movies. Maybe more movies than I have ever seen in my life. I looked at letterbox over the weekend and I have watched one hundred and fifty movies in the year twenty twenty. I haven't watched one hundred fifty two thousand twenty releases but I've watched a lot an unusually high number and yet when I started putting together this list that you and I collaborated on for the best movies of the year and we're going to hand out the six key awards at the Oscars. Through the first three months. I found a lot of repetition and there was really only about twelve movies that I think I liked which is not great. How did you feel about the sleep that we had in front of US positive? In the fact that there are a lot of movies that I really love on this list and a lot of movies that again I think would get Kinda lost in their mind. Dump ury shuffle. And we wouldn't really get to talk about them at the end of the year. I it is true. I have been watching more movies. There's just like a lot of bad movies you know and I do feel like watching at home. I just become aware even more quickly. I'm just like Oh this isn't working for me and there is something that is transporting about the theater experience. Or you're just GONNA go along with the ride. You're you're willing to to buy in so but that's always been true there. We always talk about a lot of movies. That have interesting parts where I really liked this or didn't quite get there so I don't know I'm a glass half full person today. I don't know what that's about. I think it's because we're going to talk about AAA fire like for an hour and just say ct thanks to everyone who washed this weekend and let me know on twitter so whatever whatever we have to do whatever we have to do. But I am looking forward to that aspect of this guests. Yeah you hit on something that I've been thinking about as well. Which is that. I'm just more likely to tap out on something that I know isn't working for me now sitting at home and it's it's a I guess a bit ironic given that all we have is time. We have so much time to power through the bad movies. But if I'm like forty seven minutes into something that I know I'm not responding to it all I'll just turn it off. I'll just turn it off and I I never walk movies. You joked last week that I walked out of last Christmas. That's one of the only movies I've walked out of in the last ten years and I don't like to tap out on something even in a streaming environment but there's also something Pity lists about the movie watching experience right now where it's sort of like you know what life is in a very odd and discomfiting and weird place right now and so because of that. I can't bother with bullshit you know. There's there's there are a lot of masterpieces at our fingertips if we want them. So the idea of powering through another mediocre Netflix. Movie just doesn't seem like a good use of time. I do think that most of the things that we're going to talk about here are a great use of time now. Portrait of a lady on fire obviously will be a part of these nominations. I think a couple of these. Nominations are goofy. And we're trying to have fun with them. But for the most part we played it pretty straight. Would you agree yes? There are a couple. We had to fill out some categories. And that's okay at once again. Well this is actually not totally true. There are some categories where they've where we're featuring women very prominently. Which is really exciting. No spoilers but you know once again. It's not totally so far. Ben A robust year for movies about women. And I think we're also GONNA talk a little bit about what's to come in the rest of twenty twenty or what we think might come in two thousand Twenty Gonna. Tell you Sean. They're still not making a lot of movies about women. I don't know whether you notice that. So sometimes we were. Just some of these are trying to get to five. How about that in a festive way? It's funny you say that because I feel like they're not making a lot of mainstream movies about one but they are making a lot of independent films woman and I feel like a lot of the films that we chose here were of the more quote unquote independent variety. And that's been the best stuff and part of that is because of the thing that you pointed out this time of year. This first three months is usually not a banner period for great film releases. Every once in a while you get a get out in your life and that gets to dominate the movie world for those first three months but this year there have only been a couple of genuine hits and those hits have mostly been led by women which has been Nice. We'll talk about at least one of them here in this episode. But I wouldn't describe it as a good movie year in general let alone one for an episode like this. Nevertheless there is. There's some stuff I'm happy where it again a chance to go through here. I agree okay. Should we get into the categories? Let's do it so we're going to start with best supporting actress again. Six categories here. You Know I. I wouldn't say this has been a scientific vote. This was literally. Just what could I think of? And what could Amanda think of? We did a little bit of negotiating. A little bit of bartering here but it was pretty much just like I think these things were good. Hey We're an academy UNTO OURSELVES. Yes it was like oh. I remembered this and think that I could talk about it for a few minutes again. This is one of the categories where we had three pretty obvious ones and then we had to wear nominations and fake awards giving or an art just like let's making an art were here to hold your attention We're here to present around picture of the movie going experience. How about that? I think that's decent so I'm going to read our five nominees and we can. We can talk about them in loose terms and then we're GONNA have to make a decision on a winner live in time and we actually effectively communicate and agree on something like this in this format. Well there's only one answer that I'm going to accept in this category. I will actually throw my ear bites across the room and quit this podcast so sure. We can agree with those conditions okay. I'm going to read the nominees under those circumstances. Sonia Braga for Rile Kate del Castillo for bad boys for life. L. Fanning for all the Bright Adele HAENEL for portrait of a lady on fire and an inspired choice Elisa Schlesinger for Spencer confidential. Obviously the winner here is allies slesinger for her work with the Boston accent and Spencer financial. No I don't. This is one of the few categories that we probably need to do much debating on. I think that this you you came up with all of the fun ideas in this category. You came up with Kato Castio. Who gave just an absolutely incredible performance as a witch in bad boys for life? Love everything she did there. ELISA SLESINGER in an otherwise fairly bad spencer confidential movie provided. I thought pretty good comic relief as the the Bad Boston. Girlfriend of the Titular Spencer but of course Who's the winner? Here amid the winner is del for portrait of a lady on fire. I have spoken at great length about what adulthood means to me but in this performance. And you know. She's obviously been a movie star in a very accomplished actor in in France and in front of my for a very long time. So I'm a little Li to this party but I also just found this performance to be a revelation and an interesting thing about this movie which I hope we can talk more about. Is that you know. This movie is interested in the the the female gaze but also just how we look at people and how a work of captures a person and whether that person can be captured entirely in a painting of film and what we remember about someone but it is also just about the fact that some people just really capture your eye and I literally couldn't look away from this person.

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Decluttering in Uncertain Times Podcast

A Slob Comes Clean

04:27 min | 6 months ago

Decluttering in Uncertain Times Podcast

"Of my things I've realized is that a lot of my collecting of staff was for these possibilities in the future. You know like won't I be glad if such and such ever happened or if the world ran out of advil wouldn't I be glad that I had kept this expired advil and I mean like we're things even though I'm whatever even though I've come to the point where I've realized I don't think I would take it anyway if it's that far expired in so you know it's been a process of me letting go of lot of this and I think some of that. Some of my stuff collecting was like a hero complex. I was the person I talked about this in how to manage your home without losing your mind. My first book that I was the person that when my church needed cowboy boots to decorate for a vacation. Bible school I was like well. I've got fifty seven pairs. You know and it's kind of a long story and it has to do with because I used to buy them to put on Ebay but anyway that he wrote thing is part of why I had so much. Clutter now. I'm kind of in a time where you go kato. I need to step up and be a hero. I don't and I'm like what have I gotten rid of over the past ten years that we might desperately need as the world. Is You know who I'm not trying to be. You know alarmist or anything like that my goodness I know there's so many different ways to react to this. I'm just being honest with the thoughts that have gone through my head. Like when I thought about decluttering I thought wait. I may have gotten rid of some stuff in the past that we may need and then I started to doubt myself and I starting in this is not like a. Oh my goodness here. I am telling you guys this okay. Opportunity like this was going to be organized. It's not I'm just trying to be honest with you all say that these are the things that have gone through my head. Okay I found myself when I thought of decluttering feeling paralyzed thinking. We should probably just keep everything for right now. This is probably not the time for us to be getting rid of things because who knows what we're going to need you know if the grocery stores which I think they're going to stay open but you know what I mean like what. What if what if what if what if and it just made me feel like. Maybe I shouldn't declutter right now. But then as I move into the next section of this podcast where I'm hopefully not being quite as neurotic. I had to remind myself of the things that I'm so thankful for. That are results of decluttering over the past ten years. Okay so I have been doing this for getting close to eleven years now and I've made huge progress on my home at part of that is realizing that decluttering will always be a thing for me. There will never be a time where. My house is completely d cluttered. There's not a time for anybody. The reason people's houses stay cluttered is because they keep decluttering anyway. But I've had to realize that I tend to collect more stuff than the average person I tend to have bigger decluttering projects than the average person But reminding myself of the good that my family has experienced from decluttering helps. Calm me down and go okay. That's not rational. Dana for me to have this hero complex which results in me just not doing anything because the paralysis is not good decluttering. Paralysis is real. And it's never a good thing. Okay so if I choose to keep something for a rational reason great but if I just won't even look and can't even deal and just turn away that's not a good thing that's decluttering paralysis. And if I just leave it and don't even look at it then. I don't even know what we have just in case we do need it. You know what I mean and so there's GonNa be stuff in that pile that I'm ignoring that. Even if we didn't need it I would note. Was there and then we would be without in a situation where we might need it. Blah Blah Blah. You know what I mean right. Okay so reminding myself of the positive results of the decluttering work. That I've done helped me through the

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Shortlist emerges for next Chicago police superintendent

Roe Conn

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

Shortlist emerges for next Chicago police superintendent

"The Chicago police board is starting to narrow down their list of candidates to be Chicago's next police superintendent or are Aurora police chief Kristin Z. meant Ernest Kato Chicago police deputy chief former Dallas police officer chief David Brown and Sean milligauss yeah LA police official are all on the short list the board still needs to narrow the search to three finalists those names will go to my light that for her

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Chicago Police unveil sweeping department reorganization

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago Police unveil sweeping department reorganization

"Chicago police interim superintendent Charlie backs moving high ranking members of the command staff into some of the most high crime district in the city the Tribune reports twenty nine year veteran Ernest Kato will be in charge of area for that's all day in Austin and Heris of the city's west side twenty seven year veteran Eric Carter will run swat bomb squad intelligence units and joint task forces with the F. B. I. hill also run the counterterrorism efforts at both airports in the city and on the city's C. T. A. trades twenty two year veteran Brendan dina hands been promoted to to chief chief of of detectives detectives he'll he'll oversee oversee the the city's city's new new homicide homicide unit unit as as well well as as investigations investigations into into financial financial crimes crimes car car thefts thefts arson arson gang gang narcotic narcotic in in gun gun trafficking trafficking crimes

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"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

12:03 min | 8 months ago

"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"That like you would think we know when you got back from hamburgers. We know somebody was in the House and didn't see you in the house. We know Kato Cy. You not going back until your house at this time and also that they can use Kato Dato you know what the when they have him in their questioning him they never say you know. Well you know if we ask your friend Kato Kaylin about this. What would he say right? It just makes me like double double mad at that police interrogation again. Yeah I mean. It's amazing that they had Kato in custody for eight hours and OJ was questioned for thirty minutes. Yeah Poor Kato so despite this solvay grilling at the end he's like can I go home now. Please and they're like okay. Yeah sure whatever so like. They're they're using him to get information like it. Seems like they're questioning him the way that they would kweskin someone who they do not suspect strongly strongly. Yeah it's just extra in Congress so there talking no J. The way that they are the only evidence that Kato did it was that his eyes were red so he might have been pothead or came. I smoke a little weed like you're capable of any amount of violence. I think if anything that should be exonerating. So Kato goes us to his friend. Grant Kramer's House grant who brought him to Aspen grant who told the media he was dead. It's a story of friendship and later on. He starts seeing stories stories and the tabloids that he says has information that only grant could have known and photos of Kedah Grant Nicole that grant said were stolen from him. OFFER FOXY GRANT SOCO has back to Rockingham the night of June thirteen. The neighborhood is by then totally packed with reporters random citizens who come out to watch weirdly. This is the only place I've seen this reference. There are restaurants that are dropping off free food for Oj. And the other people on the House as a gesture of condolence. What the fuck Americans don't eat gifted food opened in those bags Kato? Eight oh also has to fight his way through the through the crowds of reporters and lookie Loos and whoever else and this is these are the first media. Images of PAM is mysterious shaggy-haired Guy who hopefully at least one person who was watching the news that night recognized from beach. Fever heading thing into okay. Simpson's estate and in the house. Okay and I guess what he's doing watching TV. Yes history channel. Oh No channel surfing. Basically looking at looking for references to himself it seems layer. Maybe not looking for them. Certainly encountering a a lot of them breath looking from channel channel at this point. He's come back from Chicago. He has been very briefly put in handcuffs and he's been taken for his thirty two to minute very gentle police questioning. He's also been sent home to hang out with the primary timeline witness against him Where it would be extremely easy to coordinate their stories that he has it? Seems like a weird oversight on the part of the cops and Kato says I didn't see any emotion in him and that bothered me. I felt sick to my stomach. Each time reporter said something. Okay didn't like or agree with you. It shake his head and say out loud. That's not true. That's not true. At at one point a reporter came on and said Okay couldn't account for his whereabouts during the time of the murder again he shouted. That's not true then added. Kato knows where I was. Quedo knows he's my alibi Komo. Yikes where's Cato. At that point he turned sock. Hedo in the house for the first time smiled pointed and said Cato went to McDonald's with me Yeah Okay Kate Remember saying out loud. I was on the spot with everybody there and I didn't know what he meant by Alibi. Didn't mean I went to McDonald's with him. Yeah I said I did go to McDonald's with you and okay goes and KEDO knows I went back in the house. After Kato said in my head I went. No I never saw you go in the house after McDonald's and I didn't the last thing I remembered seeing before going into my room was okay standing by the driver's side of his Bentley. But now I could feel everyone's face on me. I said nothing but in my head I was screaming to myself. What am I doing here? I was afraid for my life and then before he has the chance chance to answer someone else out something of the TV. It's something reporter says Kato like out of another tense. Moment awesome. Man What do you think about it. Sounds like he thinks. OJ Is capable of this or like or at least he's entertaining the possibility that OJ's a murderer. It just seems very awed. They're in the same place at the same time after this crime takes place. Yeah and that for what he's talking about and talking about you know feeling sick to his stomach fearing for his life life you know having the Sensiti he's referring to you that like something is wrong like something is really wrong the same with Paulo where it's like. They're saying stuff where you're like so you I know like on some level you know but not consciously or if you do it consciously than you're gonna like stuff that in formation down or you're not going to admit it but but like you're describing the feeling of knowing what's going on and it's like you don't really know what to do almost with that information yeah and that Cato's approach as it has been previously is to like minimize the weirdness and like find a way to end the moment without saying anything super direct and then like wait for the next ex- weird moment to happen. It's like one of the many ways that people have found to like pacify. OJ Air to have relationships with him. You know it's like we're seeing the same logic kind of replicated here bright Robin Williams Funny Guy Jacuzzi stuff about that Robin Williams. Let's talk about that talk a little bit later. hato is in the kitchen. He's also noticed that. OJ has history. Pieces says a piece of tissue and the spoke wrapped around his finger he sees like clearly a deep cut clearly like blood soaking through. so He's thinking about that and then okay gets up and goes the kitchen and signals Kato to come join him and Cato's kind of talking to okay in the cake. OJ's making a plate for himself and okay says you know we went to McDonald's. Don't Oh you hate. Oh sure the police quest can me about that and told them we went to McDonald's they asked me if we drove past Nicole's house on Monday and I said no and Oh he says and then when we came back and I went into the House and Hato says yeah I think I don't really I went in my room and Oj was looking at Kato. Tornadoes later I didn't feel any sense of remorse. Case part over what happened to Nicole. Nicole Kidman killed. I mean that should be his primary response right now. Not We went to McDonald's right right if someone I love were murdered like I don't know how I would respond. I really don't I can see myself fixating on things that made me seem guilty. Yeah I can see myself acting weirdly but yeah it's it's worth returning to the fact as you've mentioned before that like everything March has said would happen is happening. Yeah you yeah you know because when they let him go that attacks he's famous simply. It's fine and Marsha was like well okay but like what if he tries to intimidate witnesses and what does he go off and immediately do well. He's living with the main witness. I feel like a pretty. That's a pretty relevant consideration. When you're trying to figure out should we let this guy go home or not? Yeah Yeah like are there any key timeframe witnesses who are dependent on you for housing. Yeah and WHO's sense of safety might also you know her late to your situation. Yeah Yeah and basically the moment ends without Kato saying anything more than that he liked once again kind of finds a way to be like Sharia Yup basically you know and okay I guess feel satisfied. The Cato is going to protect him at least satisfied enough for now. It's not going to kill him. guestroom sure you know. And then basically the household tries to go to sleep okays housekeeper she she. He is crying in the corner that night and Kato tries to comfort her and decides that he's going to sleep on the floor by her and the living room. Oh Yeah I know. It's like I look at him and you're like you didn't have a venue to like really do what what someone somewhere needed to do. Due to like stand up to this I'll I'll sleep on the floor next to the housekeeper though. Yeah sweetness napster appreciate the little things people can do. World needs little labradors. That'll Kato and also other kinds of dogs. Yes this is where I want to end. Kato story her now is just thinking about what he he describes to. Is that the media all being outside encircling Rockingham the number of lights shining in like God that if someone goes to the shades aides to lay look through and open them a little bit. Just this white light horizontal room which I feel like is something that these the media camps definitely happen like I I have the media has not become a smaller force. Obviously but I feel like the nineties were so about. You know these that the scandals that we saw would involve someone being encircle like this like you know just like the vans and the crowd of reporters and the camera people and the boom mic people and Gauntlet of people that you have to get through to get out of your house or into your house and that you know. You're the person who the the swarm has has found the crime and that it's all in service of what. What's the best photo? Oh you'RE GONNA get a random house guest taking out the garbage. Yeah what I never understood about these. scrums was what. What are you trying to get? You'RE NOT GONNA get in any meaningful information. So why are you even there. Yeah and I mean I feel like we use the term feeding frenzy for these things. Yeah and it makes sense right the the sense of anxiety of like we don't have our outlet there than everyone else we'll have a live feed of this and we won't and we need to get we need to be there to a fight over whatever crumbs fall off so we're leaving. Kato flooded in Click lights the next to the housekeeper up by her side in little dog bed. I'm sure is not true but in my head picture it now and if anyone comes after a her he will bite them. So who are we gonNA talk about next time. We are GONNA return to our friend Marcia Clark next time. And we're going to talk about her adventure her meeting Kato Kaylin and experiencing him as her grand jury witness right. Now we're GonNa talk about what a grand jury is because gotta be so so fun. Oh my God thank God I know I grew up. Thinking of a grand. Jury is the thing that you see online order. Sometimes where they're like. This case is gonNA be slightly harder order to prosecute than usual. We can't just send them. I mean grand. Juries are that's a bad explanation. Actually because they're like totally they're part of the process. Serrano spoilers spoil me fresh yes grand. Juries are one of the many thrilling procedural aspects of. Does this trial that we are going to talk about and I am beyond thrilled to be able to bring dry legal procedure into the story and to force you to get through it in order to learn about the gossip parts. I'm excited for all the logistics. And if I get bored. Lord I'll just suggest that I go into your Jacuzzi all employees.

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"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

11:33 min | 8 months ago

"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"I used that company's products it's fascinating this part to me is Bananas and this is why I think disreputable memoirs by people at the heart of media. Scandal should be more widely read. 'cause I've never seen this talked about elsewhere in it's weird okay. So the book says he finally settled on the USA channel because it happened to be playing the world according to Garp up. You gotta see this one part. Okay said according to Kato Okay was referring frank to a scene where garbs wife was going to give head to a young guy in her car park in the driveway of her home. The guy comes over one last time to garbs wife and she says no no no he says one last time so they get in the car and start Garp in his own car arrives at the House and a force of habit turns off his lights and coasts into the garage. Because it's raining Dr. Garb crashes into his wife's car while he's going down on her boyfriend. The force of the collision causes her to accidentally chop off the ahead of her lover's penis. Okay that was a very long pause. I don't yeah I mean I yeah I think this is the funniest thing in the world or something it will. Here's what Kato says. Cato recalled how they watched the scene and silence then OJ seemingly really out of nowhere said Yeah. I remember Nicole doing that with Keith. Nearly a year earlier biting the head of his penis off no guessing giving Keith a blowjob. Oh job because that was what I saw when he spied on that that was what he was shouting about when he broke her door down the previous October right. But that doesn't seem like the main point of the scene. That's not what the scene is about like you were. I watched that someone asks what it's about. We wouldn't say it world sack. Ah we would say accidental maiming. Yeah right so. OJ still store about this stupid key thing clearly clearly he you know. Just imagine watching arching that scene in silence with OJ Simpson so that the book is on Okays Talk Made Kato Very Uneasy. He was afraid. OJ's mood would change. Yeah Okay went on and the kids were home. Kato didn't WanNa hear it. Nicole was a friend of his but Kato didn't want to challenge. OJ either when okay finish the tail. He laid back lost in thought to ship the mood. Kato Said Not Robin Williams. Sure is funny man. That's very. I'm an abusive relationship. Logic logic right. We're Kato's already internalizing. This guy could turn on a dime. So it's up to me to distract him with something else like look at this comedian. Yeah so he knows on some level that OJ is emotionally volatile and he knows that he has to get him out of this place. Yeah I mean he is really. He's he's doing that work. Work he's part of this labor force along follow Barbieri and then everybody else then. Even if he doesn't know that consciously he understands that and he also isn't going to say. Okay Hey I am uncomfortable. Because he can't push back because he knows Oh jail blow up and he has seen him blowing up. Yeah that's one thing that sent her saying about Cato. To is that a lot of people well like they've heard about okay blowing up from Nicole or they've seen some of his anger but they haven't seen him yeah go after an Ecole Anna rage. Yeah seething the way that Kato has at this point settling he he understands. Some of what okay is capable of man. Apparently the only thing that finally gets. It's okay to shift. Topics is when Paula Barbieri calls. Because they're going to this fundraiser dinner that night he's calling to ask what he was hurt aware so after he talks to New Paula. Okay starting to Cato. Says he's really tired. He doesn't WanNa go to the event he'd rather go with Kato to the event instead of Paul Ike has. At least he'd have find with Kato. He seemed kind of like over Paula. In this moment. Okay so at the end of the day okay goes to his event. Kato goes out clubbing. And comes back to Rockingham at two in the morning and and goes to bed and wakes up at about noon and wakes up to an empty house. Okays as off playing golf so this is the day of the murders right this. Is Ken Twelve. Yeah this is. This is the morning of so this is the day. When there's the recital raid The recital is happening this afternoon or gas to go to fly to Chicago late that night and again Keta goes for a run then comes home. He's GonNa go to Santa Monica to play basketball with some friends but as he's heading out. OJ Once again calls for him and waves him into the a main house and so he goes into talk to him so this is like two thirty in the afternoon and talk about how his golf game went and then Kato tries to head out Komo. He's like no no. You should hang out and then he tries to call Tracy who is the center holds. Arain Cato trying to set him up with the the day before so again tracy talk for awhile and according to Kato Oj. Says you know. Tracy I've got everything a man once in the world everything I've got plenty of money. I've I've got two beautiful home but you know I'm just not happy me. Happy my God. What do you think about all this you that thing about how? The Nigerian Syrian scams are deliberately bad. I did not know that how they're deliberately bad because if they were reasonably convincing than they would ended up spending a lot of time on people who are kind of on the fence like people who are savvy enough to figure out that it's a scam and so what you WanNa do. Is You want to send out an extremely incompetent. Email to millions of people and like point one of point one point one percent of the people are going to be totally unsavory enough to fall for it quickly and so you don't waste your time going through all these steps with people that ultimately are going to drop out and it seems like this strategy of calling up women who you barely know and giving them this pitch of like I want something serious in my life R U. The girl for me kind of making them do this little tryout. It is like tryouts isn't it. It's like Broadway cattle call. And it's perfectly calibrated to find women with relatively we LO- self-esteem who are going to be like. Well this guy wants to get serious. This guy that I don't know at all I should just dive into this relationship and immediately start trying to prove myself to this guy. I've never met. Yeah I think you're right like Oj. Simpson is essentially a Nigerian princess. compulsively calling hauling around. You know he talks to Tracy and then he calls a bunch of other women. He apparently called Jasmine guy who he said to. Cato is like one of the only black doc women who he's attracted to also an interesting statement and then Kato's like okay. I should really go. I think I'm really going to go now. And and he knows that. OJ Is going to head to Sydney's dance recital at five that afternoon and he also knows that okay and Paula have been arguing about this recital. Week I can see being factor in Pala deciding to break up with him because basically Paula really wants to go and OJ's like no no no. It's for family. By implication implication. You can't come through and this is like. She talks about this in her memoir that she really likes being part of the kids lives and feels some hostility from Nicole Hole. That seems to come from partly from the fact that she is kind of taking on this mothering. Role Hits lives which is you know. Yeah Yeah and that she you wants kids of her own and feels on some level that her and okays relationship is destined to not work out because he doesn't want to have anymore children right right. So Paula is not being led into this family that she wants to be part of this ring repelled and finally fine like I give up and OJ's he's about to feel rejected from this family that he's trying to worm his way back into sue. It's I know it's weird to have that much inspired by. Hi It's dance. Recital dislike this little middle school answer. Kids were dancing to footloose. But it's say this is what families are yeah. Everything becomes a huge metaphor for something bigger right right because of course it's not the dance recital. It's like Yo whole to previous years of pollen as relationship. It's the seventeen years of okay Nicole's relationship. It's all of this history just hurtling toward this one afternoon in Brentwood yeah yeah becomes like a WWe wrestling arena. Yeah and so he does like well. I'm finally going to go. Who Play basketball like I have been trying to do the afternoon? Time for Cato. Cato and then he picks up some Sushi from place in the neighborhood and and heads home to watch the Knicks game his big plan for the night. This is what I want when I look at history. I guess one everyone to be able to have the little plans they had. I want I Walking his dog to get back home without finding anything relating to a murder scene and be able to watch the Mary. Tyler Moore show. I want Marsha to clean out her desk. I want to start dating Michael Bolton Nicole by half off picture frames. I'm June thirteen. Yeah imagine a little sliding doors musical montage right now. Yeah Yeah so KEDO comes in and according to him. OJ smiles and says Sydney was great and then the smile goes away and he says but Nicole was trying to play hardball with me right. So what do you know about how the dance recital goes from what we've talked about so far. My understanding is that he tried to sit with them mm-hmm and they said no you can't with your family and he perceives this as a huge sleight. Of course yeah. And it's actually even more passive than that. What happens is that Nicole doesn't specifically save a seat for him the guy and he gets there late as usual and colden save a seat for him and so he has to go sit somewhere else? So it's it's an it's important to make that distinction distinction clear and this to me is so typical of the kind of abuse. We've seen from him so far. where it's like Nicole failed to anticipate the very specific vic thing and what I would want and would make me feel valued rally I am? I do not doubt that from her experience of being married to him and of being and this what their relationship has become after the worst. I'm sure that she did know that he would feel slighted by that right. Like the whole point of this is that she's not tying herself into knots. What's to try to keep him from boiling over right? Also these are often the symbolic battlegrounds on which toxic relationships wage war. You're right these little things of like. I told you. Divide two percent milk whole milk. And you know. I can't drink home like these little things that to any outsider would be like whatever sitting at different Seton go chat with them afterwards but people within those relationships this is like a front in a long campaign of what he perceives leaves as constant slights constant cutting him out of the relationship and what probably her feels like. Well he fucking shows up late to everything you can't rely on this guy for anything. I'm sick of saving seats for this guy. Why would I even expect? Necessarily that. He would show if he you know Mrs other important events. Yeah they're both perceiving it as this completely symbolic act which it is which everything is in family. Wasn't there some famous thing where there was some count that they liked..

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Looking Back at the Nissan GT-R

Past Gas

04:27 min | 9 months ago

Looking Back at the Nissan GT-R

"Arthur to GTRI's reign as the king of Drew Bay had had ended with one of the most controversial finishes in Australian Touring Car Championship history. The following rule changes heavily favored home favourite manufacturers. There's Holden and Ford over the Japanese Nissan but instead of giving up completely the GT our team. Regrouped and refocused. Would you say that they were trying to get. That's how we're going to do it. Got The team was now led by Kozo Watanabe. And is that the any relation to watanabe wheels. No idea so sorry. I'M GONNA look it up later. And Frankly James there. It wasn't a better man for the job Remember that Japanese Grand Prix back in the sixties where I mean the whole reason. This car exist okay. Well a young a young Kozo was at the very first one and saw the old prince cars get defeated by the British and Italian race cars. It was almost by destiny that he lied the. Gt Our team. The team wanted to address two main performance criteria number one understeer. That's when you know you turn your wheel and get a straight. Yeah you don't turn as well so you think it's the opposite of drifting. Exactly and to stiffness. I really wish we had that soundboard money in regards to the second. You know there's like spring thing. Yeah on the wall like that would be as ever Canaan and through the magic of technology awesome in regards to the second part. Art The stiffness engineer and test driver hero Yoshi Kato welded brace bars underneath the car. While testing an art thirty three prototype at the nurburgring to stiffen the car up. He's like the shit sucks. It's time to get her done. Get the thirty. Three's wheelbase was four inches longer. An an inch wider than the previous JEN. The bodywork was much smoother to Looking down downright slippery in comparison to the thirty two's boxy appearance. And so I mean you look at them next to each other. It's definitely a bigger car I I'd say that the R thirty three like when I think of GT ours. Obviously I think are thirty two or thirty three thirty four which we'll talk about later? The are thirty. Three I think is a little bit of the black sheep of the family and it's like a true middle child. Yeah absolutely I like when you said when I think of the GTRI. I'd never think of the are thirty three although it's one of the cool cars in the fast and furious and it's also one of the fastest. Gtri will will get into that and they're legal to import to the United States this year too. That's it's awesome. I know It turns out that this longer wheelbase was a great addition. The are thirty three was more stable at high speed and the reworked aerodynamics reduced lift in the Front by nearly half which greatly increased the grip which helped that understeer and like. I've driven Jesse's car couple times. And you drove your buddies Audi Audi of and s four like you're like yeah all wheel drive great. It's great but then we have it easy like get it. It's because you you get the oversteer from the rear wheels but then you feel this poll from their front and so fun more drive all wheel cars. The more that I get to like it becomes apparent that that's like the best settlement. It's the best way to power the G. R. had a redesigned all wheel drive system. That could better split the torque between all four wheels which saw the understood problem as well. The rear wheel steering system was also upgraded with electric Servoz instead of hydraulic pollick which could be adjusted on the fly faster and more accurately than the hold hydraulic high. Caste system. A lot of people think that the thirty three is face. Lifted Arthur to but as as we've learned not the case not the case what an IB signs team used the art. Thirty G ARTHUR TO GT are formula but improved on it in every way all said and done the thirty three was twenty seconds faster than the R thirty two round the nurburgring which is insane at seven minutes and fifty nine seconds making it the first production car to officially break into the sevens.

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"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

10:40 min | 10 months ago

"kato" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"If you go over there she cried all hate you. Don't you dare go over there. Yeah Keta was surprised although he should have expected that reaction then he hadn't okay. He said he really sounded upset on the phone Kato. She said on the edge of tears. He's trying to manipulate you. Don't you see I don't want you going over there okay. He said I won't. Should I call him back. If you have to. Nicole Saint Quietly Cato ultimately decides not to call shape access is to do what Nicole says. Good what do you think of that little interaction. It's just again like you have to keep telling this guy like basic stuff right. You're like no Kato. You're you're being manipulated right now. Right I mean. At least he asked her my God. He does well if he's given direction right right constant direction yeah a- and then Elliott writes looking back on the incident Cato recalled by the time I saw okay again. He and Nicole had made peace. The incident seemed completely forgotten by the both of them. At least that's the way they acted as if neither wanted to admit it had ever taken place later on when I began seeing okay more frequently. He did mention it to me one more time although not in any apologetic Ebtekar explanatory way. I don't remember how it came up. But he brexit off insisting it had been no big thing so there's also living in this kind of mini society. Where for as llangollen? Okay or together. Nicole has to respect okay as needed reality of like. It wasn't a big deal right. You provoked me. It doesn't count. And and then a cold decides that she needs to downsize and move out of the House on Gretna Green with guest house and when he finds the Bundy Condo she writes cato a note saying that he can move in with them. They all really wanted to live with them. He can pay the same rant and she would only let them move out but when you find a wife Oh no. She signed the note. Love me at the same time okay is talking about maybe selling his house on Rockingham and moving Nicole and the kids to Florida. Okay starting a new life there which to me is a little bit sinister given the context of what we're seeing from this reconciliation with him trying to kind of control her friends spy on her and follow her but they don't do that. She does decide to move into the house on Bundy. And we're going to jump ahead to Kato's testimony in Okay Simpson's trial March twenty first nineteen ninety eighty five being questioned by Marcia Clark and marshes says. Did you ever move into the Bundy. Townhouse Nicole purchase in January nineteen ninety. Four that you were going onto Kato Know Marsha why not. Why did you do that Kato because okay ask me to go to his house? I mean it was part of the deal. I went instead of moving in with Nicole. Marsha what did the defendant say to you about moving into his house instead of Nicole's condominium Hato I mean we talked about it and it was sort of like the right thing to do not to be in the same house that I should probably not go there and okay offered me his place it was free and he said you can stay as long as he won and when it was. It's time for you to go. He'd let me know Marsha. Did he indicate with you with respect to what he thought of the fact that you'd be living in the same house with Nicole. Kato didn't like it but it probably wouldn't be right so again. He asked me to do it. I didn't really think it through right. According to Cato already thinking I'm not going to have my own little dwelling anymore. I used to have a lot lot more privacy. Yeah and at the same time. OJ's like listen. I don't think it would feel right for you to be living in the same house according to okay. Like that's where he's GonNa draw Lyon Kato's lake sure. I understand I was kind of maybe not super keen on staying there anyway. So can I his stay at Nicole's until I find a new place 'cause I do have to find a new place now I know he's like oh no he can live with me Kedah's like why can't afford to live with you know he's he's like he's come for free in Cato's mind it's it's probably just an uncomplicated. Lateral move. I'm going from one place to another this one has lower rent. Maybe it's bigger maybe there's a better TV V.. Or whatever and I think he's also like primarily looking at her Kato like maybe in the moment he's like I kinda wanted to find a new place to live. This is a better deal for Kato. uh-huh like in these big decisions like we do tended maybe think that way I guess and according to Cato he goes in to talk to Nicole and guess what okay doesn't doesn't feel it's right for me to move in with you and the kids so he's offered to let me live in his guest house for free on my God isn't that great and the call says he's manipulating waiting you Kato. Don't you see what he's trying to do. Kato think it through KEDO claims. He couldn't believe what he was hearing and couldn't understand what she was so upset about. Apparently the idea trail never we're and his mind instead. He tried to explain to her. How perfect the seemed to him? But Nicole didn't WanNa hear any of it. She became extremely upset. But for the discussion Qena went back to the guest house and started packing a few minutes. Later Nicole came by to tell him she was sorry her blowing up. She was okay with his moving in with okay and that she wasn't even angry for him for doing this to us. She said every time I make a friend he takes them away from me and then apparently a little later Nicole's Francorp encor efficient comes over and Cato's talking to Cora about how in Kohl's much more than he thought she would be in. Korea says maybe it's that Nicole was counting on him for the rent money every month and he's like. Oh Oh my God Kato and he goes and talks Nicole. And it's like wait. Cora said the you might naming for the rent money every month. So that's Tro olive with you like I understand. And according to Kato Kaelin the whole truth Nicole without emotion said the House Guy. Yeah she wants declared with happiness and conviction she'd wanted to be friends with for the rest of her life. It's okay go live with okay It's so sad that she he is perceiving the situation exactly as it is right. I mean as in so many chapters of her life. It's like she gets it. Everyone around her is like. Oh Yeah Yeah. No one is able to take her seriously when she just stating the truth of what's going on like he's manipulating you. He is taking you away. Her main he is taking king one of my strengths and turning it into one of my weaknesses. And you're letting it happen the end. This is what always happens. Yeah you can feel like deep sigh just sort of watching all all of this if like of course right like of course Kato is leaving. Of course Cato is leaving to move in with my abusive ex-husband like of fucking course. Yeah now and like why would I think that I could possibly have someone on my side. Like Ri- even try right. I feel like what saddest for me about thinking about that little moment as that KEDO actually really like Kinda clueless signs on this clearly bad idea and then is like thing and then actually thinks about it for like. Oh Oh Nicole. I'm sorry very like I I'll totally live with you. I didn't realize you might be counting on me. and He's thinking of Ram that could be a stand in for anything and she's just like yeah. He's go- Kisco Scou- the kind of privilege that you need to go through life. This oblivious is really fascinating like a sort of easily attractive breath friendly varsity baseball team kind of Guy Right. You're just like I just do what people tell me to. And then when they tell me like hey that was me. I'm like hey okay. Sorry it was mean but he's never thinking of what does it mean for me to move out that he's like like so many other people in the story. He understands that they're like he sees he's that he sees the way. Okays breaking into her house. She's making this nine one one call. He sees the fury in him that he says unlike anything he's ever seen seen before so like he's registering. What's going on? He's not like O.. O. J.'s kissed got kind of a short fuse. But it's fine like it seems like he's genuinely scared of him bright but just you know in the absence of overwhelming evidence to the contrary is able to be like well I think. But in the end it's fine and they're reconciling and Nicole's not endanger right. I like I wonder if like how Machiavelli's denial and just desire to believe that lake of people say things you find that they really are fine. Bright Red also wonder. Like how many the of America's lawmakers are essentially Kato Kaylin. Where like? They're not bad people they don't want to do bad things in the world but they are literally or spiritually former Varsity baseball players from Glendale who just are well-intentioned and need to be given direct instructions about every eh thing in life. That doesn't pertain Brackley to their interests. You know who dislike. How many of the people who inhabit roles in America where they really do need to understand abuse dynamics and they really do you need to understand what it means to have complex set of obligations to the people around you to your community and you know who just it's not a willingness thing it's a capacity thing bright it's also so interesting thinking about it in context of what we consider to be the bystander effect? Right where there's this that. All these people watched Kitty genevieve get stabbed to death breath and sort of shrugged and didn't call the cops it's like we think of the bystander effect in terms of did you see it or did you not see it whereas there's also things like this towards like he did see it but he didn't contextualized yeah. He saw what he needed to see. He didn't do anything about it. It's so life is so much a scary in this weird dark forensic files informed worldview where you're like people have the capacity to save each other but they choose not to because they're evil lay rats much less scary yet. I think this world were all these like hyper competent yet. Evil people are walking around words like no. The world is full of Kato Kaylin Island's Brett. The worst things that happen in this world happened because of just two people with a lack of capacity for what they're really needed needed to do in the moment when they're needed never trust good baseball players. Don't trust the prom kings. Yes they probably GonNa hurt you but maybe they can't help you very much either. Yes is that where we're stopping. Are we done. Yeah so tell us what are we gonNA to hear about next time. We're going to hear more about Cato's adventures because that is going to take us through Kato basically in his Kato way hanging out with OJ. A on the afternoon of June twelfth and clueless tagging along to McDonald's with him. We are all in some way clueless lead tagging getting along to McDonald's somewhere. Merry Christmas on..

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Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC): Measles outbreaks

KNX Evening News

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC): Measles outbreaks

"Keyes WHL's Kato Brian says the size of the outbreak in the DRC is staggering the country estimates that there have been as I said over two hundred fifty thousand cases and over five thousand five thousand deaths attributable to measles that nation has launched an emergency vaccination campaign to battle the outbreak measles cases are on the rise from Ukraine to Brazil to the Philippines in some cases amid worries sparked by the anti vaccine movement more than one hundred twenty people in the US have been hospitalized as cases have been confirmed in thirty one states Allison Keyes

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Samoa measles outbreak: 37 people have died

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Samoa measles outbreak: 37 people have died

"The United Nations is sound in the alarm over a global measles outbreak as an anti vaccination movement gains steam CBS's Alison Keyes in the DRC more than a quarter of a million people of contracted measles so far this year and more than fifty one hundred have died the World Health Organization Kato Brian says most of those deaths have been children and babies right now the D. R. C. outbreak has the largest outbreak worldwide in the Pacific island nation of Samoa there have been more than twenty five hundred cases of measles and thirty seven people have died over twelve hundred cases of measles have been confirmed in the US as of early this month Allison Keyes CBS

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Keto diet may help combat flu: research

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Keto diet may help combat flu: research

"On a change in diet could be the first line of defense in helping to keep the flu at bay researchers at Yale University of on the side benefit to the ketogenic diet it may serve do the flu virus Kato's been gaining popularity in recent years as a diet choice for those looking to lose weight it works by eliminating carbohydrates from the diet forcing the body to turn from blood sugar to burning protein and fat to produce energy not only does he choses jumpstart the metabolism it activates gamma delta T. cells in the lawns that causes enhance mucus production in their way which helps trap the flu virus your mission of the

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Ecuador's protesters march; clashes break out in Quito

The World

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Ecuador's protesters march; clashes break out in Quito

"Today indigenous led protesters began a national strike after president Lyndon Martino refused to give in to their demands to step down businesses were closed in the streets of Kato and other cities were empty of traffic but full of protesters since October third violent demonstrations have rocked Ecuador after president Moreno cut government subsidies on gasoline

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NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

SportsCenter AllNight

09:10 min | 1 year ago

NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

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

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"kato" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"kato" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Kato five now it K. are a lead wanna let you know about some extra security this morning it singly academy in Irving after some threats against the school were made on social media Irving police say they are aware of the threats that working with the school to address that problem Mansfield meanwhile a middle schooler is facing a felony charge this morning after bringing a gun to school or intermediate near highway three sixty of Broad Street is for fifth and sixth graders the principled way Thurston sent a letter to parents explaining what happened a student got caught with an unloaded handgun questioned by police the students said it was to show a friend apparently somebody sought because Thurston's as a classmate reported the charge for bringing the pistol to school is a second degree felony Lewis radio ten eighty KRLD the next budget for the city of Dallas could include money to make rec centers free for all city kids Dallas council members held a straw vote in support of adding almost a million dollars to the budget so kids up to the age of seventeen could use rec centers for free right now they have to pay five dollars if they don't have a recreation card Taylor toys on the park board and says he spent time at rec center as a kid he tells NBC five families may not have the money to pay for programs that's the worst thing you go into a rage you see kids standing outside as well yeah not inside I'll have a repair a Dallas parks and rec says more than thirteen thousand kids have ID cards but cutting fees for kids would get passes into more people's hands the Dallas city council approved next year's budget in October Alan sky newsradio ten eighty year old the eight oh seven now K. R. LD in every year before the start of the NFL season the cowboys and could use some new food items at eighteen T. stadium this year it's all about the finger foods says we hear from K. are all the same group Greenstein twenty cities the executive chef of legends hospitality says they freshen up the menu every year we revise everything.

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College student finds 65-million-year-old Triceratops skull

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

College student finds 65-million-year-old Triceratops skull

"It was a discovery sixty five million years in the making for California college student who recently returned from North Dakota where he and a partner dug up the skull of a Triceratops reporter AJ Kato from K. G. P. E. TV has a story of a student on his very first excavation Harris and around a UC Merced biology major we could see a a horn a base of a horn sticking out a few inches above the ground and receiving and underground the look into the past also taking to ran back in time reflecting on a lifelong love of

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Fears grow that China could weaponize rare earth minerals in U.S. tech war

Mac OS Ken

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Fears grow that China could weaponize rare earth minerals in U.S. tech war

"Might throw up barriers between manufacturers and the rare earths. They need and Japan may come through with rare earths of their own and save us all. Yeah. Turns out today is a clip show. It was not last week story about China stifling, rare earth that I was thinking I'd heard before nor last year story about Japan finding a bunch either. Let's go back to the twenty six March twenty thirteen either. So what is Chinese media seemed to have it out for apple right now, there, have it in for them Giga highlights idea, presented in a piece from the Wall Street Journal, the journal the bad PR could be the Chinese government's way of defending national companies from being beaten by foreign competitors or its way of doing more to encourage the growth of domestic smartphone companies and eat away at dominant foreign companies such as Upul cult of MAC. Meanwhile, sees three possibilities for the rift won. The iphone is the greatest tool for freedom and democracy, movements, and similar teeny Asli the greatest tool for suppressing dissent, tracking dissidents and monitoring the conversations and movement's political troublemakers idea. Number two, apple draws a persistent spotlight on unsafe and inhumane conditions for factory workers in China and number three China doesn't want apple to kill domestic competitors. That can be controlled by the government like Hugh way. All of this is up expect China to overtake the US as its largest. Market any minute. Now that could certainly drive apple to one to keep the Chinese government happy, or at the very least keep it from being unhappy. There's another reason to though, rare earth metals. I know that sounds like more than one reason, but rare earth metals are pretty much thought of as a thing, not several things. Jealous dot com says rare earth, metals, and allies, that contain them are used in many devices that people use every day such as computer memory, DVD's, rechargeable, batteries, cell phones, car, catalytic, converters, magnets, fluorescent, lighting, and much more. So you can see why they would be important to a company like apple and just about any company that makes anything besides bread. Now, guess where we get most of our rare earth metals, if you said, China, you move ahead five points today's game to an article from the telegraph out of the UK China has a near total monopoly in the heavier end of the spectrum, though, it has also the dominant supplier of the whole rare earth complex after driving rivals out of business in the nineteen nineties, it still accounts for ninety seven percent of global supply. Sue, probably apple has to shut up and take what China gives right? Mel sure wouldn't seem like that last week though the telegraph article I just quoted as a really interesting headline Japan breaks. China's stranglehold on rare earth metals with see, mud bonanza Sima, bonanza, by the way, worst desert ever. According to little research. I did online, rare earths aren't actually that rare. But you need to find them in high concentrations, and that's rare. But now, the telegraph says Japanese scientists have found bast reserves of rare earth, metals on the Pacific seabed that can be mined cheaply a discovery that may break the Chinese monopoly on a crucial raw material needed in tech industries and advanced weapon systems. We have found posits that are just two to four meters from the seabed surface at higher concentrations than anybody ever thought existed, and it won't cost much to extract said, professor. Yes. A hero Kato of Tokyo University. Eighty the leader of the team professor Kato, by the way, not a fan of China, China, according to the telegraph began to seriously restrict rare earth exports in two thousand nine they said that was to combat smuggling and environmental abuse, though. Kato says their real intention is to force foreign companies to locate plants in China. They're saying if you want our rare earth metals, you must build your factory here and weaken then steal your, Doug -nology professor, Kato expects production of the metals could begin in a couple of years, that's much better than the decade. The US figured it would need to get production up and running here and. Knows it may give China a little time to consider how it wants to do what it wants to do going forward. Now, the idea of apple production, going anywhere else may seem silly, then again, there are rumors from time to time it's chief manufacturing partner.

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Pre-cut melon recalled over link to salmonella outbreak

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Pre-cut melon recalled over link to salmonella outbreak

"A salmonella outbreak has forced the recall of cut melons in the US. The FDA said Friday that the recall includes cut watermelon honeydew and cantaloupe produced by Kato food. The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger. Walmart trader Joe's target and whole foods. The FDA says to check packaging to determine if the melon was distributed by Kato foods, and if so not to eat it, they advise stores to pull the products from shelves ninety three people have gotten sick twenty three of whom were. Hospitalized. But no deaths have been

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Caito Foods recalls fresh cut melon over Salmonella outbreak

Bob and Mark

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Caito Foods recalls fresh cut melon over Salmonella outbreak

"More than ninety people sickened in a salmonella outbreak. The outbreak is linked to pre cut Mellon the centers for disease control says Kato foods, an Indianapolis based company is voluntarily recalling. It's fresh cut watermelon. Honeydew cantaloupe in pre cut fruit medley products containing Mellon, the brand is sold at whole foods. Kroger target, WalMart and trader Joe's most people with salmonella experience. Diarrhea fever and stomach cramps. So far twenty three people have been hospitalized. As a result of the outbreak. No deaths have been

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"kato" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"kato" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Deal with tom kato then they want dna next and but then they were talking about taymor and how annoying she isn't there like probably taymor before tina she's so annoying we need to get rid of her they just get frustrated with her every ten that she's not a rep but then like they get back in the room with her and they're like okay but this person's vote for us like we can't get rid of it's so weird because they're so friendly together all the time except for the brief moments of taymor and lolo fighting basically but then the second natalie and lolo go off by themselves like oh we hate her it's still via the relationship between low and fame are still so intriguing to watch because they had their fight or whatever and they seem to be fine and tim are seems completely fine like she completely forgot that this even happened but anytime low comes nearer like tame are put her put her hand on her yesterday why you touch me your hands come down it's really nuts series another thing that i noticed was that natalie natalie said that production of first of all i believe not only might have said another thing too i might have been natalie might have somebody else said that they were they were told not to talk about competitions and they somebody was like hey they haven't told us not to talk about competitions lately that's weird i'm pretty sure this is like a corroborating evidence to what we talked about in the first round table we were like hey i think what happened is when the feed previews came on they told them not talk about all these things and then the real feeds came on they didn't say hey now you can talk about things they've been thinking this whole time that they're not supposed to talk about things and so they're like hey why haven't we been dinged for talking about competitions i think production is always going to productions never gonna outwardly tell them you can talk about more now because they want them to talk about his less production competitions and stuff as possible so if they just happen to not talk about it for a while that's fine if production but it's not great with us so at least those come around on the fact that they haven't said anything so i guess this is fine to talk about like really bad with some of these people because they understand that there's feeds on but it's like i remember seeing jaycees tweet like a week ago where he was like wait this is what life feeds are like you are watching us all day long with cameras following you like some of them really have no idea how these work and it's going to be bad with they have no idea that these conversations the personal things that they're talking about their lives every single thing like lowe's like oh so people at home must know that this is going on right like they must know what's happening that you just won the veto yes we're watching all the time that's a life you never know another strange thing natalie has said apparently that she was told by producers not to wear her keeney any more yeah what's that about that's like their whole thing in all of the advertisements like hey look at the people in bikinis during the summer thing maybe maybe it's not a summer season i don't know but i don't know maybe i one yeah i don't know i dunno digress trying to keep it more family friendly for the winter crowd more clothes on it's cold out there look it is negative degrees outside in most of the in some country they they're going to be too jealous view that's gotta be it ver- very strange very strange anything else mad that we need to bring up here nope got the round table tonight and stuck with me again yes sprint is unfortunately not going to.

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"kato" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"kato" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Four police also said the company likes to choose its battles purposely opting out of certain highly competitive genres like battle right out. But despite this and the lack of AAA games on the level of God. Of course, asan's creed or read dead they managed to stay profitable to quote Kato directly, quote, the company's releases include system specific titles like PC's. This is the police to distribution deals in games from both internal and external partners that also include niche offerings for specific markets or interests CEO super data juiced Vanda room is also quoted saying, quote, everyone's always dying or beating the competition. What tease Q Nordic is trying to accomplish is mitigate the risk increase their chances of survival by having a more rational portfolio approach in finally super data guy. Does worry. A bit. If this model is sustainable long-term specifically questioning of having about twenty games slash franchises with fan base. Only a few thousand people will eventually lead fifty games with small fan base is or if it'll eventually lead to hit driven structure that the rest of the industry seems to run off. So that's the stuff. I find interesting hope show a little light on how they're able to do this the there personally the most fascinating publisher on the market right now. And with games dark siders three that I'm enjoying right now in bio mutant that's coming soon. I'm really sad to see what cool ideas from their studios. They have thanks reading him at Watkins junior. Thank you work working junior doing that. So when I get these people in here down with them. Yeah. I mean, I have the same. My first question in any interview with them would be like what the hell with the fuck. What's what he doing? But I mean, it makes talking about like the idea of not having studio acquisitions make sense, the idea of not having a roadmap. Sounds terrifying. But they also kind of have a roadmap in the way of all right, cool. We're not gonna go to barrel. But we're going to go in there and do some. The lack of triple is on the level of gotta war and do this. And I think it's very interesting quoting game. Informer's Matthew Kato here, the company's releases include systems Pacific titles. Like, this is police to distribution deals and games for both internal and external partners that often include Nisha offerings. They're fascinating company. I think I like it. And I think part of the reason it's out problem. It's not a problem. They're doing something a little bit don't, you know, there's more than one way to make a buck. By think why it gets confusing for us because we don't always recognize that fact in this industry there are most of the industry has bifurcated into these two somewhat. If business models of AAA just put out a handful of big hits every year or the Indy model, which is keep things kind of lean and hungry, and you spend a little to make a lot. If you have a hit on if you don't have it doesn't kill the company because he didn't spend that much money developing. There's a couple of different business models out there. HQ Nordic is doing doesn't conform to any of them. So confusing to us. Yeah. But that doesn't mean it would just rubbed if they're disrupting the right like that disruption heading for them. I wanna talk about disruptions with Gary wood. Want more disruption for okay, Tyson Williams writes in before I do this? He's he's jumping off of a conversation. We had yesterday two days ago about streetfighter having in game ads. Did you see this or hear about this? Oh, what happens five put a new patch update? Right. Okay. In the background. They have like screens that can run advertisements right now. They're running things like Capcom Cup. They leave the door open up. Maybe it will be whatever one day. There was that. Yeah..

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"kato" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"kato" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Ricky Kato touchdown passes. Kevin Johnson put up two hundred seventy two yards. That's a martial record. Nothing to sneeze at. Oh, man. That is the best moment and TV. Oh, wait a minute about that about that time to time. I'm always happy with you guys. Bring it up skeptical Guillermo has an opinion it would appear as everyone was celebrating. What a great line that was evidently sceptical Guillermo doesn't think it was quite as great as the rest of us do as good neck rate. I'll I'll handle this. Got it. Hey, thank gear mo-. I mean, that's not. That's not your name. I mean, you know, when you come up with a better line, then come on. Yes. Burn nude. You're better. Yes. That fair enough be more clever to sit sit up in the stands, you criticize, you know, really, the the flawed system that is the best system we've ever had in the measurement of college football. You feel good about the last four like you. You feel anyone's got a legitimate argument to hey, we should be fourth. Really we should before. Both both Ohio State and Georgia have arguments. But I think that what the committee did was just a justifiable. I try to stay away from right because I don't think there is any one answer who you were. Splitting hairs, and it was whatever your palate and your tastes happens to be about. Which team you prefer from what I understand there. There were very strong contingents for all three in the room and people who didn't move off of those physician. So and that's really why we have the committees for that Jack evaluation. So I I agreed with it in that those are the four teams that I had ranked the top four because I think the definition of fest has to be broader than just what they are the metrics would say, and who I think would win a match up you have to incorporate a few other things while defining best is some of it is what's good for the sport. And spreading it out. A little bit is good for the sport. I know that not a. Your definition of best because as I said on TV, I would have included Oklahoma. But if we were playing a game of chance a little pool that I would never participate in, but there's some people like to and, you know, Oklahoma plate Georgia or Notre Dame plate Georgia. I would pick Georgia to win. But I thought Oklahoma deserve to be included into play all raise. I hadn't heard said what you just said, which is the idea of best for the sport like Oklahoma with the Heisman Trophy winner with a dynamic offense. You're saying that because this is I might be misunderstanding you because it's a made for TV spectacle getting Oklahoma in the game. All of the things being equal is the entertainment value tiebreaker. No, no, no. That's not what I bet at all..

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"kato" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"kato" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Her sister Kato Neil wrote that obituary joins us now from public radio in Burlington. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. I we're we're sorry. Thank you. What can you tell us about your sister? My sister was beautiful and bright. She loved to sing us. She wanted to be an actress and star in Broadway musicals, and she really had divorce and later on when she became a dictator drugs. It was this real cease. Our we would see and be with the Mattie we knew and loved, and then there was the ninety who suffer from the disease, and who went to really dark places, but when she was clean, she was just such a pleasure to be with. So spirited great sense of humor. She loved her son so much. I don't expect a real answer to this. But what happened? We've got a long time to run it through our minds. You know, I think when she was a teenager. She was experimenting with drugs is a I think a lot of teenagers do as I did she tried an Oxycontin, which is a highly addictive opiate based painkiller. I don't think she knew that when she took it. She really loved the way it made her feel and she continued to take opiates until form and within a couple of years. She started using injecting heroin. She tried so many times to get sober. And when she was clean, I think she was full of hope we were always full of hope for Matty this past summer just a month before she died. She was home, and we think mostly clean for twelve days. And that was just an incredible high. We all we're hopeful she was going to go into a program and get some help. And you know, and then is often the case with addicts it didn't work out, and she sort of disappeared. Again. She tried more than one program. I gathered and she. Yeah, she tried many. What made you Cheryl of this in your obituary, you know, it never really occurred to me not to share Matty's addiction and that part of her life. It was so central to who she was as an adult. Her addiction didn't define her. But it did define the way she lived and sit to not include that would not have been an accurate honoring of who she was. And we also wanted to extend the hope that we had for Matty to people who continue to suffer who are addicted. Now, we carry that hope for them and our hope also now lies with. Policymakers and politicians and the people who can make the change necessary. So that these deaths stop happening. The president's daughter tweeted her obituary, so let's put our money where tweets are, you know? What do you think are what do you hope would make a difference? There are solutions medication assisted treatment things like methadone or peoper nor Fien there's evidence that they work, but they're very hard for addicts to get right. Any doctor and his country can write a prescription for a highly addictive opiate based painkiller but to prescribe some of the medications that help addicts recover they need to go through an eight hour training. They need to get a special waiver. There aren't very many of them. So it's hard for people suffering from diction to get those medications that have been proven to help. And that's just one thing. I also think that stigma and shame are huge barrier to recovery for people. And that's part of the reason that we wrote about it. We didn't expect anyone beyond our community to read it. But we wrote about it because we think it needs to be talked about fifty thousand people died last year from opioid related overdoses. I want people to know that Matty's one face of that. But so many people with. Fiction. Don't resemble the photo that you talked about of Mattie with her son in her back in a backpack on her back. Mattie didn't resemble that photo when she was in the throes of her use. And so I just want us all to have empathy for people who are suffering from what is a disease. I understand there's going to be a service for Matty and Sunday there is. Yeah. Were you and your family? Celebrate her life while through song. Of course, there'll be performances, and we actually have a video of Mattie singing, Bonnie Raitt song. She's just sitting at the kitchen tables will play share that with people. And then, you know, one of the things that's been so wonderful about this is that people have shared stories about Mattie that we didn't know they've also shared stories about their own addiction and recovery and family members. And that's been a huge source of support and solidarity for our family right now. And I think we'll have more of that kind of sharing on Sunday. Bonnie Raitt, Sean. I.

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"kato" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"kato" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The answer You're listening to Joe Walsh program my name is. Shawn Thompson infra Joe Walsh Joe Walsh is trying to. Enjoy himself. On a rare day off but because, of, my activities here on. Sherry sweating for no apparent reason However I have sprung his Kato kaylin his man his Butler of sorts in one Eric the red, is. I call. Him, I, still don't really fully. Understand, the, reference but that's all right well let's because you're. A young kid you use a younger reference. For me You're not. That old but you. Know some of the younger millennial walk you. Know the problem with society we we as the wise older citizens are adopting we're talking down to the, lower, denominator of the fellows like yourself, it's your obligation if you don't know who. Kato kaylin is you should know who Kato is from the. Green hornet a double entendre if. You will I'm sorry I was, stopped paying, attention go back like the green Hornets one of the greatest television, shows in the history Jason is zoned out we'll hit Kato was Bruce. Lee, right now Kato kaylin parents were clearly hippies, who watched a lot of the, green, hornet name name their own son. Kato destiny him to be a servant a, man servant of sorts. For, his wife he then was was. Integral in one of the greatest crimes You know tragedies of American Justice system in the OJ trial, so, you missed all that I'm a, millennial everything you just said you're going to. Need to dumb it down a little bit more for me It's terrible it's they're a little bit more narrow quick though what you were talking about this last, thing, you know nationalism, tribalism all this kind of stuff we have going the. Road to serfdom here's here's what really bothers me because I know a lot of people actually know some people who will say yeah it is tribalism and I'm totally fine with that little, crazy me, too it's why I'm married to, one because what happens now is. You've got the Democrats and the Republicans playing us. Off of each other. When they're the ones who just continue to grow. Government both sides. You've got the Republicans who say but we want to cut taxes we want to lessen the burden on the, American sure they do right and then we've. Got, these tariffs, and other things it's a tax, a tariff is a tax not only that it's a tax that it attacks the people, who can afford, it, the least a terror attacks on, a product, see here's the here's the sad thing about this. And I don't know if. It's because millennials such. As yourself have been taught by socialists and that's just yeah just ingrained in the education system The greatest policy is freedom in every single case and the reason is when, you have, free when you have a consumer, country like America right large trade. Deficits are phenomenally great they're not bad because what. A deficit is I. Give you this thirty paper that we in America. Call money and. We borrow against them we spend ridiculously we grow government and it should hypothetically be worth less and less and, less however your country is so ill run. It's, still very. Valuable and I give you this, thirty paper in my pocket and you give me a product a widget a whatever that, I wanted so, much, I thought it was worth it And then you know what happens Eric and this is what people don't, talk about, what's the effect on the other country see everyone you do this whole thing it's us. Against them into a certain. Extent, it is I'm not naive I understand there's there's bad players in the world but. What you do is you you. With, that. Purchase. Spur, that worker to say wait a minute there's something going, on here I'm. Producing all of these widgets I. Go home tired every day I get the pay. In yes my life has been better but where is this going why is the government, becoming. More, controlling of me and that's. How liberty spreads it doesn't spread by the few guys like Bush Cheney and Rumsfeld saying you know if we, could put democracy in the. Middle East in, Iraq and it'll spread like wildfire that's not how it spreads no it spreads. By the worker by the people seeking. Liberty and freedom by, the act that's how it spread in America yeah absolutely, yeah no there was a bunch, of farmers, being, ruled who said wait a minute. Why is this big fat slob Bob with Turkey on, his chest across the pond telling me how to do my life and, we rose up and you. Know by the way Eric. It, was only a third of us it's it a third of us are the ones. That fought the revolutionary war so. When, you. See. These, countries that are run by these corrupt and that's the, other thing socialism. Government intervention it's corrupt by nature The. More you turn over to a small few the more. Corrupt they become not just the, more rich they become but the more corrupt the more arrogant the more they feel. Enlightened they become little Demi gods. So if you really recognize. The tyranny in these in China for example how do you correct that isn't by going to war with China physically where. We lose our boys and girls right now I guess it's girls are fighting to where we lose our boys were teenagers are killed and you could see that nonsense going on in the Middle East for sixty years we all pretend. Isn't going on it isn't how you win it's by spurring that Chinese worker by making him what liberty you don't do that, through through the tip of the spear you do that through the through the, dollar itself through, him, getting a taste of what it's like. To be. Have property of him having a taste of what it's like to. Be an earner to have value in his own life that's how it spreads and what spreads, that, is a, is a is true Free trade unencumbered academy idea that we had, our forefathers lay out a system to where only congressman ours to have the power of these tariffs that are around by. Three guys in Washington and I'm doing all this without attacking by the way Right I'm doing this week giving. Absolute and, complete benefit, of, the doubt. To Donald Trump I simply think he missed the class at Warton I do I think he missed it and the reason I, think he missed it, this is a. New Donald Trump's doing is in new in fact it's very, very very old it's been tried for millenniums and it's, been tried each. And every time the government wants to use fake patriotism to become very very powerful and very very in control because what happens and this is why you ladies and gentlemen it's a benefit to those of you listening to me, not in Illinois I'm giving you the reality of Illinois What Donald Trump is doing his how Illinois how the Chicago Democrats run things they want, to control it so their. Companies their favorite ones get the, benefit they get the misuse of government to prevent competition they get the payoff scheme to their union. Thugs and that's the other thing that bothers me in. This you're, paying off union you notice how all these industries with tariffs are all, heavily unionized this is a backdoor payments to unions that could not compete in the. Free market and if you think I'm on how many of. You are driving nonunion made. Cars that you know are better than the. Union ones that you're forced to pay full price through. The municipal, purchases without, the, municipal purchases. And without bail outs every decade or so these union dogs couldn't exist what happens when things get tough they asked the government, to give them a, helping hand how. By preventing competition and who pays that those of us who, are working on a Friday night like tonight those of, us who are. Worried about making the bills because you You just, got done eeking, by the skinny. Your teeth of the last first of the month. You're the ones that pay at the most so, if you are that true working man if you are. That true patriot yours. Is not to ask government to pick and choose winners and losers. In industries or companies yours is to demand the absolute freedom of choice among all. Products yours is to embody you sometimes have to argue for the guy you disagree with because you understand what Americanism is it's not nationalism nationalism that's what happens in Venezuela it normally comes with a uniform but the scary part is it's coming under a flag, of patriotism will being anything. But American the problem is nationalism, is not Americanism and if you're a patriot you pay homage to Americanism and you reject nationalism because. Here's the other thing Donald Trump's not going to be. A control, forever and what happens when the socialist when Cortez takes over or.

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"kato" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kato" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"So you know i wanted to have flexibility in what i told i wanted to be able to have different experiences and pull them all together for one person and i didn't want someone to feel that i wasn't accurately telling their story i i read a couple of life changing books for me and that gave me tremendous insight into not so much the actual abuse because the abuse what happened those stories are are everywhere now they're they're easily found their abundant but what i got from the books was more of the psychological insight you know that moment of being set free into the world after growing up in this place particularly more wasn't a alice quinton yeah alice kato wrote such a newfoundland there she she didn't write it but she told it to someone who wrote it a writer and i read another one called collusion by the husband of one of the orphan what insight the becky view those moments of i think the real takeaway for me was what it was like in that moment when they were told today from now on your mentally insane and the moment there they arrive in these hospitals or the moment that the mental the actual mental patients arrive at the orphanages which are now mental hospitals or the moment they she got out what's going on in her head you know this sort of am i crazy no i'm not crazy am i i'm not having to pretend you're not crazy out in the world so people don't think you're not crazy but you never were like all these like that psychological insight that i got that that moment where you have to make your first meal and you've never you don't even know how to peel a potato like that sort of thing i found so interesting we've never seen children play without never seen her there's one line that she says that she's someone was playing and she was shocked they weren't terrified of getting in trouble you know those little moments make you go if you're just tuning in my guess is ready writer join a woman to her latest book is called the home from one wanted girls is sitting cabanatuan the.

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"kato" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kato" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"So you know i wanted to have flexibility in what i told i wanted to be able to have different experiences and pull them all together for one person and i didn't want someone to feel that i wasn't accurately telling their story i i read a couple of life changing books for me and that gave me tremendous insight into not so much the actual abuse because the abuse what happened those stories are are everywhere now they're they're easily found their abundant but what i got from the books was more of the psychological insight you know that moment of being set free into the world after growing up in this place particularly more wasn't a alice quinton yeah alice kato wrote such a newfoundland there she she didn't write it but she told it to someone who wrote it a writer and i read another one called collusion by the husband of one of the orphan what insight the becky view those moments of i think the real takeaway for me was what it was like in that moment when they were told today from now on your mentally insane and the moment there they arrive in these hospitals or the moment that the mental the actual mental patients arrive at the orphanages which are now mental hospitals or the moment they she got out what's going on in her head you know this sort of am i crazy no i'm not crazy am i i'm not having to pretend you're not crazy out in the world so people don't think you're not crazy but you never were like all these like that psychological insight that i got that that moment where you have to make your first meal and you've never you don't even know how to peel a potato like that sort of thing i found so interesting we've never seen children play without never seen her there's one line that she says that she's someone was playing and she was shocked they weren't terrified of getting in trouble you know those little moments make you go if you're just tuning in my guess is ready writer join a woman to her latest book is called the home from one wanted girls is sitting cabanatuan the.

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"kato" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"kato" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"So you know i wanted to have flexibility in what i told i wanted to be able to have different experiences and pull them all together for one person and i didn't want someone to feel that i wasn't accurately telling their story i i read a couple of life changing books for me and that gave me tremendous insight into not so much the actual abuse because the abuse what happened those stories are are everywhere now they're they're easily found their abundant but what i got from the books was more of the psychological insight you know that moment of being set free into the world after growing up in this place particular mid more it wasn't a alice quinton yeah alice kato wrote such a newfoundlander she she didn't write it but she told it to someone who wrote it a writer and i read another one called collusion by the husband of one of the orphan what insight the becky view those moments of i think the real takeaway for me was what it was like in that moment when they were told today from now on your mentally insane and the moment there they arrive in these hospitals or the moment that the mental the actual mental patients arrive at the orphanages which are now mental hospitals or the moment they she got out what's going on in her head you know this sort of am i crazy no i'm not crazy am i i'm not having to pretend you're not crazy out in the world so people don't think you're not crazy but you never were like all these like that psychological insight that i got that that moment where you have to make your first meal and you've never you don't even know how to peel a potato like that sort of thing i found so interesting we've never seen children play without never seen her there's one line that she says that she someone.

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"kato" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"kato" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Yes stupid so yeah if if you if you were a little angry it'd be last night talking about kato kaylin i really need to talk about propaganda and i did last night show with kato kaylin did he mentioned about how in the tv special the people vs oj simpson the actor who played kato kaylin decided to depict him as a jeff's coli tight now many of us it's odd that i can say this because it makes me feel so old but you know everybody remembers finally the movie fast times at ridgemont high and how sean penn created this ultimate slacker character with this is portrayal jasper collies hey that let's party wow you know everybody came afterward all the it sounded like a surfer guy whatever you know and that's just because he was like us kelly oh wow man that's this really awesome and so the birth of the of the slacker the birth of the california slacker was born and then of course kato kaylin comes around and he's kind of like that way but he's not that way he doesn't sound like macaulay but they made him out to me likes cola here's the deal so in the movie fast times at ridgemont high i thought about this there's something that happens in the movie that if you give me a moment here.

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"kato" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"kato" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Everything you thought you knew about your money turned out not to be true when would you wanna know the problem with sidekicks can't really depend on is that why yeah so you know i'm wondering like if tahoe's available or cato cato but i think kato would be cooler just saying do you think so bursley be cooler you know there's a lot of side kicks out there and you know martin just thinks you know he's gotten a big head and he thinks easier replaceable so like batman and robin robin might be around i could use robin there's lots of them i could you know jimmy olsen maybe jimmy olsen is definitely aside will be required they'll be required to it i like it will be thought of that you know because i don't really see the tights but the mask i think the man accused of course yes yes it helps cover him out he's just an ugly just really really being tamar definitely got a face for radio now you wouldn't say the same about me knows steve wichita well i'm just i'm ready for spring i'm ready to show my face in the sun i'm ready for warm weather and spring weather we're having definitely having spring here about got about three feet of it hey hey i know allergies with.

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