27 Burst results for "Kenzi"

"kenzi" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"kenzi" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"Numbers if it's not coming up with a a a valid. Ssl you're probably dodged a bullet Might be a good thing. If he hadn't been on your website in a few days just give it a chat visitor cassia things and and other weird things that people didn't expect are having issues like some apps we're having some issue not necessarily podcast related but just apps in general that we're using the let's encrypt and and it isn't the certificate that goes on your site. It's the root certificate behind all of that that got up so there most of it has cleared up by now but there may be some lingering effects an end people have to point towards the new certificate on there. So that's where the challenge came and especially with an applicant updates fast so people had a little bit of problem and again they expired that route stiff instead of a year from now with like sixty days or something it was. Just it was quick but Anyway just check your website. There's no issues with us a sell in other words. You get that little lock button in the top left of your task bar. You know you're good. The last podcast on the left is no longer a spotify exclusive. Yeah that's that's actually going to take effect in february twenty twenty two but Big expect some of the stuff because you know these two two year contracts are now coming up you know that people went exclusive with this one or that one and You know people are going to be moving around The upshot of this one is this podcast is currently spotify exclusive Once that contract is up there moving to sirius. xm which is going to or actually caught stitcher stitcher studios but that's owned by sirius. Xm and they'll be distributed as a regular podcast from then on out. Yep so it'd be able to get it wherever podcast are hurt so She podcast live is going on right now in scottsdale arizona Kenzi and erin from our team are out there. You can definitely gonna check any go. She podcasts dot com slash life and You don't listen.

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"kenzi" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"kenzi" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

"Good morning it's one or two point. Seven christopher matty and kenzi ziglar joining us now from separate locations. I don't know in my head. I think you're always together in the same place zippers. So can you imagine many different places. I moved out on my own last year and so we still live nine minutes away from each other. I was last weeks. Yeah all right. So you know kenzi mattie here there. They've got a lot going on podcast. It'll be radio. Mattie course you've seen in the videos on of our favorite people here on the show. Can't he's got some new music. We're going to talk about. But i can tell you're in your own place and kenzi you're still at home because of the darkness of your apartment mattie and the difference in the furniture like i can tell this is like this is mine and i'm on my own type vibe in your place. Yeah it's like the polar opposite of what kenzi and my mom's house looks like which is needed. I think kenzi make envious money. That she's there she's moved out. Oh i love. I love living with my mom of course but i'm just so obsessed with ninety nine. I just wanna live in it. But it's nice now. Mattie is you guys have had a very close relationship growing up right. I mean the two of you are tight and still tight. Yeah we're best friends. We literally like we've grown up together. Obviously and we work together. every day. we used to fight a lot because we're only twenty months apart and then once we stopped working together we'd like suddenly became best friends and now we enjoy the time that we get to be together. Especially that's why we wanted to the podcast. Because we're like we need something together that we can enjoy and show our amazing relationship that's formed over the years and yeah she's literally my best friend so kenzi tell us about. The podcast is unique concept to tell us what you're doing kenzi. Yeah so we wanted to make podcasts. That would fit for everyone. So it's only twenty minutes because you know with teenagers. I mean with me. I can't even listen to podcasts for more than thirty minutes. so yeah. We decided to do that. And it's it's all about you know we've talked about topics like Powell's we talk about body image. You know even just talk about e sisters in our relationship which is really awesome. And i'm excited for everyone to see how we actually together. Because i feel like the only thing people know of us from the show so well when you say the show of course dance moms now. What about this is big news. Have you ever. What about working with steven spielberg when you're as young as maddie ziegler. So she's going to be in west side story directed by steven spielberg that to say legendary iconic event. That's going to happen now on the big screen. So tell us about that. I honestly i'm still in shock. I don't know how that happened. But it was one of the greatest memories. I'll have with me forever. I don't know if anything will be to talk that. Being able to work with him at the age of sixteen it was the most incredible experience at account february. The because the cast is incredible. Steven spielberg is like even nicer than you would picture. He's like the nicest sequent tursi quiet he actually is. He's like really humble in sweet and just like kind and respectful. And i don't know i. I wouldn't say i'm surprised but you know with someone as legendary is him. You would never know. And he is like such a gentle giant. He's so nice. He seems he does he. He seems very very nice. And then kenzi. You've got a song coming out on friday. Tell us about it. Yeah i've been working on is occur a long time now. I think i finally have found my sound. So i'm also coming out with an ep six. That'd be really exciting. I'm really nervous because it's very different than anything done. But i'm excited for the world so the song that you're gonna put on fries called happy for me. What makes you most nervous about. People hearing happy for me. I think we talking about my horrible accident. But i feel like that's every song now so dear xs know anything about the song. No no they are. You gonna look comments from your ex's now. So yeah i'll i'll find them and yeah no kidding. She so what you're gonna say. She's so like mature and responsible in live like she doesn't even feed into the drama. Which i'm just like. She's doing a song about her ex is of course. She's feeding into the drama into the wrong wrong but she doesn't beat into the comments. Does though i think good about it is my song. It's basically just saying like. I'm happy for me now and i'm happy that i integrate relationship so it doesn't really dwell past. It's more of just like a conclusion. Like i'm finally happy. It's only days away. Days away in the world will get time at all. I know hate before we let you go. A couple of things they will be at the iheartradio music festival presenting. So you can see them there. And mattie i wanna thank you for you know my sister and i are very close. She's younger than i am. And she runs the seacrest studios for my foundation. I want to thank you for your support in talking to those kids. They're you know makes a big difference. Yeah of course that was amazing. I really enjoyed that experience. Thank you for doing that. She.

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"kenzi" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

06:40 min | 4 months ago

"kenzi" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Well i think that obviously when you especially compared show like big brother that goes over seventy days they really form these bonds but honestly ben. I think it'll come down to the climate there right so given that there's going to be all lot of struggle here with the food and maybe the weather's bad like that might bomb them closer than ever if what's thirty nine days with sunny skies. So i think that'll be a part of it. And then the second part will be depending on the personalities and their stories if someone has a shared experience that they can talk about them bond over that bond will still be hard to break whether or not. they've had like five six extra days together but then on the other end of it. I think those of the players who might be more cutthroat might be you know trying to have eye on the prize. They'll have less of a problem too. You know they will not be in a position. Empathy is going to make them feel guilty. Like you know what. I just need for three days by so i think it also will come down to how cutthroats the the players are going to be. Then how if those that are very empathetic are able to just put that aside. Because it's less days it all comes out of their justification in their mind to and doesn't think about these smaller tribes is also going to be much more like a crucible sort of bond situation and i guess my other i wanted to echo would addison was saying about the jeff's insistence upon this danger of description again like immediately brought about koran a thoughts. And he's not really talking about dangerous talking about like risk and high risk cairo award and like you know high stakes that sort of thing not like actual danger right. Can it be both. I do like to like the high roller room aspect of it like that. Okay we're gonna have advantages but you're gonna have to risk something if you want. If you want the advantages you might have to risk vote. If you want the abandoned so i think is dangerous your game but also i think that like when they talk about the monster like talking about like white literal danger of like no rations. I think that i heard like that. Potentially like if you lose a challenge you lose your flint like. I think you are going to be in peril. Yeah right Brought the monster I was having that you know. I'm schreiber forty-one just a bland old title As a not a big brother fan not a amazing race fan. I like the subtitles of survivor. And i just wonder how people can refer to it. You know in the future looking back And i like the monster. You know that should be the subtitle for the season. Or if if if something else comes up like you know fans are gonna refer to it in some way and aside from forty one and you know So maybe there's upon you guys are jp fear what the what the subtitle is. Yeah i guess the retrospective yeah. I'm sure i'm sure we'll we'll we'll think about it but the as somebody who's likes Studied all of big brother. Like i feel like that without the subtitles. Like i do feel like that. Big brother fans can differentiate like the past big brother seasons. And there's not too much confusion right. I think so. And i think with big brother. The benefit is the hashtag being four letters b. b. Enter number here. So that makes it varies as you're using this damn hashtag one. S forty-one works as forty-one works. I think if someone's struggling with it. I could see them being like you know survivor. 2021 one could be one because that was the year that it started. I think it'd be a twitter enable like the emoji icons for hashtags with survivor. Forty on it. Yeah so that makes sense. Because i think you know before we pat survivor. Dvd survivor and vga. Exa like now. There'll be a lot easier. Just forty one. I think it'll work. And i think if it succeeds they can do forty one forty two. It'll be fine. Because ultimately i think with survivor still like you mentioned it. At any of our circles twenty-eight kagi on like we know that side on But then maybe a someone who might just know the seasons based on watching them on. Tv will not recognize twenty-eight they'll recognize is that being said survivor does to a year. Like a call my shot here. I'll be surprised survivor. Forty-three is survivor. Forty-three yeah yes survivor. Forty-three is going to be like some sort of like Like richard yeah. Come up with something. i think. we'll see all right ben. Great talking to you talking to you. Thanks all the moving trucks. Thank you okay. All right all right and then kenzi is here kenzi. Are you ready to go. Let's see i don't see kenzi in the shot but kenzi is backstage. Let me just give kansas a second to or or kenzi. Give me a thumbs up. If you're if you're ready to go okay. Okay all right. Here's kenzi all right. Kenzi hold on. Kenzi is on the move. And i can't all right. Yeah i totally forgot that. This reunited you feeding the lizard. I was not. I was brushing my hair. Hold on let me turn this off. Okay don't mean to pry yes. Yes no maple reese. We've now discovered that maple who she thought was. A girl is a boy. We've used that as a lesson as far as learning new pronouns and the names for people and then wonderful. it's okay maples. A great name either way. Yeah yes it's it's good maple is cute. All right yeah. I haven't had a chance to watch the lake the much other than like the basically you know this is who they are pictures and i don't know much about them and you can't see me in here can hear you great though..

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"kenzi" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"kenzi" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"Welcome welcome. Welcome to the seventy seventh episode of the nice work. Podcast glad you're listening. Glad you're here. Thanks for sharing us far and wide. I'm your host todd. brilliant. Today we're gonna talk to seriously one of the humans who has done more to make the world nicer especially for women in resource scarce nations the nearly any other. I say that without exaggeration or hyperbole That human is none other than the super nice. All-star bill ryerson founder of population media center though founded emc with the goal of achieving a sustainable population by enhancing human rights. Up emc is a nonprofit leader in entertainment education that has helped five hundred million people live healthier lives and more than fifty countries. Five hundred million people. He's helped how. How does he do this. You're just gonna have to listen and learn especially you. Mackenzie scott kenzi scott. I know you're out there. These this is really something that you and your team can plug into to promote rapid massive gains in all corners of the globe. So hey listeners. If you know mackenzie or someone who might please share this podcast with her. I'm very serious. And if you don't know who mackenzie scott is. Jeff bezos who that is right. The starman guy. He used to be lucky enough to be married to her. You know maybe. She used to be unlucky enough to be married to him. Super nightclub is totally taking sides on this divorce. I don't know if that's nicer. Not but we totally are and now mackenzie is out doing good as a leading philanthropist and she's also a hell of a writer. I don't know if you knew that about her anyway. Bill is a terrific guest. He's one that you're gonna love his passion. His passion for his projects has burned like something like something really hot like a a white hot torch right for decades now and i think it's really important to find people who are undoable because the world has a way of clenching so many important flames and learn from them how to stay bright right. Here's a quote from. Bill kind of illustrates his passion. As i continue to travel around the world. I am still constantly surprised at the treatment of women. The degradation of women violence against women taboos about women's menstruation and menopause accusing women of being witches and inflicting punishment and even death the maltreatment of women happens domestically and abroad. It's shocking that women are treated this way. In the twenty first century violence against women in its various forms is the most pervasive public health and human rights issue. Go get him bill anyway. Listen in now for how bill team are using super powerful super scalable very replicable technique to change human behavior for the betterment of.

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What Stories Should We Tell on Canada Day?

The Big Story

01:28 min | 7 months ago

What Stories Should We Tell on Canada Day?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story i today. We welcome either. Ju an associate fellow at the yellow head institute. Eva is initially bakeware from desch. Kenzi chippewas of the thames. First nation. you've let's just start with this. What if anything has candida day historically meant to you well. It's always been a day of celebration for a settler colonial state that has never included me or my community or indigenous peoples more. Broadly and i've never celebrated canada day. So i was raised by my parents as inish knob. A on. my mother's side in an ongoing way on my father's side and my dad was very adamant that we are not citizens of the state but in fact were members of our pre existing nations and so things can today was not really in our family celebrations. And it actually wasn't until nineteen fifty that first nations people were even granted canadian citizenship. So candidate hasn't really ever been Something that i don't think anyway in my immediate family and circle has been celebrated and canadian citizenship by need to remind folks is not actually something that our leaders even desired at the time. It was something that was a. It was an involuntary enfranchisement to the state because our leaders had always asserted that we are nations.

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The 26 Words That Made the Internet What It Is

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:55 min | 9 months ago

The 26 Words That Made the Internet What It Is

"In april nineteen ninety-five. Kansas phone started ringing and ringing some more. It just wouldn't stop lots of calls. It wasn't like every second but it was just lots of calls. Ken had no idea what was going on. He ran a real estate magazine in seattle. But these calls had nothing to do with that. These callers were angry. This was the era of landline phones. No caller id so he'd answer and it would just be people screaming and cursing and they'd hang up before he could even figure out why they were so mad. He'd eventually learned that it had to do with the post online on the internet service. Aol or america online and aol. That time was filled with loss of message boards and someone else had posted this message under the screen. Name kenzi with cans real phone number. This early internet troll was purporting to sell great oklahoma t shirts and this was just days after a domestic terrorist bombing in oklahoma city killed more than one hundred and sixty people. These shirts they were just awful. They had slogans making light of the bombing and saying tasteless things about the victims and the ads infuriated people. How could you do this. What a loser you are. I'm just paraphrasing. all of now you could use your own Sense and And think of what they might be saying given what had just happened in oklahoma city in the post one troll wrote quote. Ask for ken due to high demand. Please call back if busy but not only can know nothing about this ad. He didn't even use aol so he called. Aol and basically i told him you know. My phone's ringing off the hook and i can't get anything done and it saw all these people Upset about something that they saw on. Aol aol took the post down but another popped up then another and another a familiar cat and mouse game.

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Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots Man Who Broke Into Officer’s Home

WGN Programming

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots Man Who Broke Into Officer’s Home

"A home invader was shot and seriously injured by a homeowner in Albany Park. Police arrived at Belle Plain and Kenzi just before one a.m. to find the man with facial injuries. Nobody else was hurt. We are told the incident involved in off duty Chicago police officer As we learn more, we will pass it along.

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"kenzi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"kenzi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of this. Out of us. Hey, buddy. Yeah. You got change for a buck? Sure. Thanks. Hey, huh? Where's the clam here? Oh, Roll before, but this guy works in my spot like he's a Sherman tank in the Aberdeen Proving Ground when I come to. I'm in a white room. But I am still within the window thing this morning, which means I made an evening of it. Alongside my bed stands a gorilla in a white coat. I figured this place for a pad of Bellevue. I am mistaken. Okay. Take it easy, Steve. Oh, how do you feel this morning? You've had a couple of bad night, Steve. A couple. What day is Tuesday? Holy smokes. I've been also Saturday last week. You were pretty good. Only a couple of lapses. Did you say last week? That's right, Steve. The name is Rocky, Rocky Fortune. You're not gonna start that again, Are you? Steve? Start? What? That rocky fortune bit. Dr. Harris wouldn't like it. Listen. Oh, what? Hang on, Okay. Get easy. Look, where am I Buster? My Kenzi Rest home. Mom. Kenzi, is that the Bronx? It's near Denver. Denver. In her New York, Denver, Colorado. Okay, buddy, it's the joke's over. I'll take my clothes and get out of here. Joke, Steve joke, Jake, give me the clothes. I'm afraid I can't do that. Not without doctor has his order. Will you tell the good doctor that Rocky fortune wants to have a word with him Now, if you're gonna insist on that, Steve, I'm afraid what happened? Try the treatment again. What treatment? Come along. Take their hands off, Buster. You're retching The upper Durmus. You coming along if I can help it, Okay, your hands a big guy and a judo department. Besides which they got me Drug Hypo Contract with the third degree hang now. Jax. Me into a white tire room is fast to massage my head with a fist like a sledgehammer. Only this bone's got a little drink. First, he puts a pale in my head, and then he hits the pale After 20 minutes of this, I begin to feel like the main bell on ST Mary's pitch this morning. Just when I think I can't take it anymore. Great head guy with the Scots say samples All right. You have all right. That's enough. Take the pale off his head. Oh, do feel Steven. Oh, just dandy. Johannes. So impulsive Repulses. Would you like a cigarette? Yeah. However, get me out of this polo coat. Yes,.

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A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:21 min | 1 year ago

A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

"Welcome to the broken marine podcast where we dive deep into the topics of neuro plasticity epigenetics, mindfulness, functional medicine mindset, and more. I'm your host droid and each week my team, and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Dr at Lisa Song Dr. Song is an integrative pediatrician pediatric. Functional Medicine expert and most importantly Amama in integrative pediatric practice whole family wellness she's helped thousands of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and help their parents understand how to help their children drive both in mind body and spirit Dr Song as taught around the world on integrative pediatrics topics for multiple podcasts in summits including functional medicine Australia Bio Circles, Australia integrative medicine, and mental. Health Institute for Functional Medicine A for 'em and a lot of other really incredible institutions, organizations that the song created healthy kids happy kids in online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners in bridge the gap between conventional in integrative pediatrics within evidence-based pediatrician backed approach Dr Song Thank you for being here on the broken brain podcast. Thank you for having me. It's an honor to be here with. You and your audience, and I wanNA give you just like a massive dose of gratitude because for so many of my friends I don't have kids, but I want to get educated on his many of these topics as possible not just as a podcast hosts in a community leader because I wanNA learn for myself in the future. This is probably not the last pandemic that will ever go through. Talk about help for Awhile Joe royle knock on wood. But I do want to say that for so many in the community right now you are the voice. Of Reason, you are the voice of really helping people understand what's real what we don't know because there's a lot of what we don't now and you've run so much peace to so many families. So thank you for your incredible work and I know it's a team effort. You know your husband, your kids the whole team over there that's helping out but really utilize. Knowledge you for that. Thank you that means so much to me. Yeah, absolutely, also I want to check in because in addition to use servicing your online community and your patience. Your family you've been very vocal about this has had first-hand experiences with Cova nineteen and we're gonNA talk about that. But I just WANNA check it on a human human level. How're you doing during these times? You know I mean it's crazy times everybody. My son and daughter for those of you who follow me they actually contracted co bid on. I mean really it was about a week after we wanted to quarantine. So we all went to quarantine from school Friday, the thirteenth, and then maybe seven to ten days later my daughter got sick cough fever search you have a little trouble breathing. Thought well, this can't be Kovic she's been in quarantine right? We haven't been in contact anybody in as far as I knew there was nobody at school who had had covid Right, around that time when quarantine was happening, I had a little bit of a sore throat and a headache nothing major but I did my usual kind of functional. Medicine Integrative Medicine dosing that I do and I get sick and I teach families. My husband had something similar but we we were fine then a week after Kenzi got sick she recovered ten days fever cough you know not feeling well little bit alot ish tonight a similar. She got maybe about ninety four, ninety, five percents but that's literally on Day ten. It was like the switch flipped she she bounced back and she was completely like nothing ever happened. A few days later, my son starts to get a fever and I'm like, oh no, it's going on here. Right at the time. Remember early in the days of the pandemic testing was really not available I mean that available. Right so but then even more. So I managed to get a swab and do swab my child, which is not fun experience and the Senate to quest four days later it came back negative. Okay. Maybe she caught something. Weird, right Then when Bodey start to get, he had a fever and stomach ache his tummy was hurting him so much that was his symptom and that in the fever little bit a sore throat and so I thought and even back then the early days remember we we know so much more about covid nineteen than we did back in. February march and remember this is March back in the early days we still have so much word learn right but abdominal pain was kind of maybe a symptom maybe not subdue might. So I'm thinking maybe he's got a stomach flu but in the back of my mind, I, think, okay this has to be Govan. So he he then so developing abdominal pain fever really bad headache a little bit of a cough. He started seeing things and hearing things, which is really frightening He sought a wall. Yeah. He had auditory visual hallucinations. He heard voices in his room. He would see the wall moving in and out and kind of scary people in front of him. Here's H-. You really mean people saying I mean he he said he was embarrassed to tell but really bad words right? Like you know words you wouldn't use in polite conversation and so and then he got a rash on his face and pink guys, right Thank goodness back. Then the really weren't reports of this Kawasaki Like Disease Right. Multi-system. Inflammatory Syndrome associate with children. Because if I had known about this phenomena I think I would even more freaked out than I already was right but his oxygen levels dropping he did go to about eighty eight percent at which time I did bring him to the ER. Now I was low dam up with all the supplements that I had researched. You know for Kobe nineteen both preventatively am for support. Active Illness and I fully one hundred percents. We're GONNA talk about some of the things that I did but that the interventions that I was able to do for him through the through the research really helped him to bounce back very quickly.

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Airborne, Explained

Reset

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Airborne, Explained

"There's lot of conflicting information out there right now about whether or not this novel. Corona virus is airborne as recently as this month. Some public health officials have said that it's not airborne but I just needed to confirm. This is the corner virus able from what we knew. It's not a gun. It's spread by droplets. We certainly stone. Cnn evidence of airborne spread in based on our local experience. The virus is not airborne. This is very different than infections that are transmitted by the airborne route such as measles. Roxanne Kenzi is a science reporter and she says that we need to take a closer look at this claim. You can't get scared by one word but you have to know what the word means if you break down at literally just means something's in the air so if you're coughing into your elbow and and your cash all that droplet into your elbow I mean at some point. It was in the air between your mouth and your elbow but it got caught. I I think that what the mistake is to think that something that is airborne is something that as soon as you cough. It's everywhere like that's that's just not the way to look at something so given all that. What exactly does airborne mean so? There is not a great answer to that question. I think that you can take a very simplistic view. Which means Airborne Indians? Something is in the air? I mean if you're open the dictionary that's what it means and if you were to ask people who are era. Biologists so the people who study how pathogens spread in the air. They'll say the same thing they'll say anything. That's in the air as airborne but a lot of fire Especially a lot of public. Health officials. Have the idea that something is airborne if it is spread by Aerosol and not by droplets now you're wondering what is the difference between droplets Arizona's right. Yeah that is one hundred percent what I'm thinking right now. So traditionally public health officials at least recently have been defining the droplet as something. That's like a ball of mucus and virus and salts that is larger than five microns in diameter. That you're GONNA COFFIN UP SPEWING OUT AND ANYTHING SMALLER THAN that. Could be an aerosol. That floats around like indefinitely in the air. Because it's lighter and it's floating her you know it's kind of imagine like a feather like floating in air okay. So there are large droplets that can float around in the air and they are fine aerosols that lasts longer in the air. That's the distinction right. And if you trace back where they came up with this. It goes back to these equations from the Nineteen Thirties where people were trying to figure out like tuberculosis. And how it spread. So we're talking about a really antiquated point of view on these things and hugely arbitrary like I asked the. Who How do you know that this Kobe thing is airborne? Had you know? It's like droplets and I did not get good answer from them. So why are some scientists still sing that we don't know if the virus that causes cove in nineteen is airborne because we don't I mean the thing is we actually don't have evidence to say whether it's airborne or not in a normal setting in settings where people are getting intimated and it's kind of spewing this thing into the air even the WHO says there is a risk of being airborne in the situations but we're operating in an absence of evidence? What I'm getting from us that there's really no like you can't tell me right now in the context of this interview. You can't tell me right now whether it is or it's not we just don't know exactly so the People. I spoke with who witnessed SARS almost twenty years ago and dealt with that public health disaster. They're saying that. We should operate on the precautionary principle that this is more easily airborne than were saying it is or assuming it is because technically does travel in the air so it is quote unquote airborne. So is this just a language thing? Is it just that most virologist think of something being airborne as being transmitted through fine aerosols as opposed to large droplets completely? We're talking about a failure of language in my opinion. So we're talking about of a a word that is failing us because it can't really capture all the nuances of the different situations. So if you're standing in front of an ocean and you feel the splash of the huge droplets of sea spray. Those are pretty big droplets. But it's the wind that's carrying it to your face. So could we not consider those airborne? I think that's what a lot of the people that study. This type of transmission are saying. Why do you think understanding this whole airborne situation when it comes to cove in nineteen and the virus that causes it? Why do you think that's important? I think it's important to understand how easily transmissible this viruses in the air first and foremost for Public Health Workers. So if we say as like the CDC said it's okay to wear like Bandannas in some situations with this if you're like encountering patient's or whatnot I think that's a problem. I think that we're loosening standards. Maybe a little too easily. Because this mantra has been repeated over and over that it's not airborne. What are the top three things that you think people are getting wrong right now? I think that the top three things that people are getting right now are that the virus is only transmissible by touch which is not something that I think we can assume. The second thing that they need to know is that we need to find out information about this before we can understand exactly how airborne it is. I think we have to reserve judgment and hang on for that and I think that the third thing that people need to know is that they need to be kind of up in arms about getting production of ninety five mass which are more effective than abandon. Ah in protecting health workers to increase than that. The government should really kind of be stepping up for that speaking of masks. There's a question that I know is on a lot of people's minds right now. Which is that. It's really hard to hear that People who work in medical fields should be wearing masks. These n ninety five masks but then to also here officials say to the public. Please don't purchase these. You don't need them. So how do you talk about that issue? How do you talk about to the public about this problem? So I'll speak about this issue about whether the public needs to buy masks on kind of personal level and that's I know right now. There's a shortage of mass and the people who need those masks most are doctors. Nurses people on the frontlines. And that if you're basically doing the social distancing that you're supposed to be doing right now you don't need a mask right if you earn keeping far apart from people and stay home like you don't need a mask right so I'm not here to say that masks don't work. I'm just here to say let's get them to the people who need the most. This whole confusion over the word airborne whether it's okay to use it maybe it's a matter of not necessarily using the word airborne but talking about people coughing in and talking about those kinds of risks a little bit more and in some ways. I would say that that's why we've been told to stay six feet away from people right. You're so smart because actually as I'm talking to you like I'm thinking what if we just didn't use the word airborne at all because it just means in the air so like what. If we started talking about measures that could just be more practical. You know right I mean I think I think that's probably part of what we're seeing right now. This whole speedway thing this whole. Don't stand next to somebody. Who's coughing thing. I think? Unofficially that is a way to talk about the fact that this is transmitted through the air and not just on surfaces But the word airborne evokes so much anxiety and fear that it is just not even worth using right now because we just don't understand it and and it hasn't been communicated to people properly

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"kenzi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The big guy in the judo department decides which the government drug a hypochondriac with a third degree hang now Jagmeet or white Tyrone the stars to massage my head with a face like a sledgehammer only this bungalow right person puts a pale in my head and then he has to pay after twenty minutes of this I begin to feel like the main balance a merry Christmas more because what I think I can't take it anymore gray haired guy with the Scott say samples all right you're all right that's enough take the pay off his head I do feel Stephen just the handy illness so impulsive repulsive would you like a cigarette I would get me out of this promo code yes in a moment first I want to see if you come to your senses would you mind telling me what this is all about one minute I'm being rolled in on a landing on city in the next minute I wake up in Denver Colorado Stephen you've been here mom Kenzi for eight years my name is rocky bond Rachael fortune out of your name is Stephen Crandall to third eight years ago he was thrown from a polo pony assisting the head injury he suffered from delusions you been under treatment here come on doc was the ransom ransom how much do I have to raise the get out of here you C. O. R. is still very sick of it I'm afraid we'll just have to continue the treatment all right Johan but the bailing his head I'm sick and what's your name rocky and if you don't like it you can all right Johan now I will try it once more your name go jump on.

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Product Managers for the Digital World

Spice Catalyst

03:47 min | 2 years ago

Product Managers for the Digital World

"Product managers for the digital world the role the product managers expanding due to the growing importance of data. It decision making in increase in customer in design focus in the evolution of software development methodologies like Agile according to Mackenzie and company Mackenzie says has product. Managers are the glue that binds the many functions that touch a product engineering design customer success sales marketing operations finance legal and more. They not only own decisions about what gets built but also influence every aspect of how it gets built and an launched. They wear many hats using a broad range of knowledge to make trade off decisions and bring together cross. Functional teams ensuring alignment between diverse for what's more product management is emerging as the new training ground for future tech. CEO's and now as companies from outside outside the digital world go through the digital transformation. They need product managers to get the product right also but Kenzi argues the product manager thinks like a CEO. But there's a problem there. Unlike procter and gamble's brand manager whose model HP copied to create today's product manager the brand manager at P. and G. had budget authority. They paid for the market research that is needed and for the advertising. So it's hard to think like a CEO when a product manager does not have control of the budget. That is why I argue elsewhere in this book that the product manager should have budget the thirty over marketing and market research. Data's becoming even more critical and enables the product manager to monitor a product success across crossing gauge moment really conversion usage and more product management is also becoming more agile planning for the next feature release and and long term product. Roadmap Mackenzie writes. The products are becoming more complex. Thus making the product management role. More difficult customers are looking for new features frequent improvements and upgrades after purchase product. Bundles are happening different. Pricing Tiers Dynamic Hamic pricing upsell opportunities in pricing strategies plus identifying in owning key partnerships. But Kenzi says there are three three types of product managers technologists generalists and business oriented based on their interviews. In my experience I agree. The technologists type of product manager has to be involved in back in platforms or highly beat Abi Products. In my opinion they tend to lean towards being the products architect act. The generalist is more customer focused. The business oriented product manager tends towards BTC products as the digital transformation accelerates rates reliance on data analytics become increasingly more important. Add to that. The fifteen perfect storm technologies discussed elsewhere in this book. These technologies will produce a lot of data figuring out what it all means also challenged product managers product. Managers of the future will apply. I machine learning and art official intelligence to understand the data gathered. Mackenzie the says the future product managers must have a computer science foundation design while this is true for some products overall. I think it is wrong. If the time and the effort of a product manager is pulled into the direction of architecture and design nine. Who's going to do the other thirty two things that must be done in the product market strategy for products

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"kenzi" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

The ROI Podcast

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

"You just want a wealthy to the kelly family and if you're wrestling with the leadership question if you have a topic you would love for to explore or you know someone who would make a great gaspar are show send us an email to are oh i pod that's r o y p o d at a u p y dot e d u well in this episode we are tackling the question is it's eight four year degree obsolete in this modern age as we see now technology is booming at such a high speed an the buzz word of the time in business is talent and filling talent shortages judges so on this episode phil sat down with the ceo and founder of kenzi academy shock we to have a conversation about this disruption that's happening before we talked chalk let's talk about the kenzi academy around the united states the high tech sector is booming these companies need coders and folks understand how to make machines work and talk to each other and process artificial intelligence the challenges that colleges and universities are not putting a talent out there fast enough the sector is very hungry in response to this need we've seen pop up around the country very innovative coding academies these academies offer half year full year to year programs that go straight to the heart of developing the cody needs the technology sector requires kenzi academy is one of those and kenzi academy solves a unimportant problem that faces high tech companies here in indianapolis indianapolis is the second fastest growing high tech sector in the nation anes the kennedy academy enemy produces talent within a very short window that's immediately deploy to these companies to help these innovative organizations grow and shock leads that charge an is changing the conversation in a small way on how you deliver higher education it's a very subtle disruption they introduced for example he goes straight into the technical material there's no general education requirements there's no classrooms it's all a collaborative learning in flipping the classroom any any any learning that you were doing a traditional classroom is done online also here's the one that's that's it's the most interesting at the kennedy academy you don't pay tuition until after you've gotten her job after the fact not before the fact and these were refreshing ways to look at higher education but they make us colleges universities universities sort of reflect back on what we're doing in ways that we can improve the experience where students and delivery of value for our region so shock welcome to they are a podcast it's great to have you on today were very excited to talk about the kenzi academy in this sort of revolution in tech training that you're helping to leed 'em an you know really comes down to speeding up the learning so that talent could get out there and fill those needs 'cause until those jobs were filled these companies that are begging to grow and their customers are wanting more of what they produce they can't do it and so figuring out how to do that in a better way and a faster way has so much economic value but of course you know the candy academies not only coating academy out there the candy academies part of this larger movement this larger innovation that were seeing in the tech education sector what's the contrast here you know you've got you've got big corporate training centers like i'd be in training center you've got large a well respected computer science departments and technology schools around the country and established universities why is it that traditional higher education and also big corporate training centers are not producing enough talent fast enough so i think universities and colleges journey has been doing a pretty good job quitting telling the power icon of me for the last few decades but what's happening if you look back the last ten twenty years it's that the the change will be economy really accelerated we move very very rapidly from industry age to the data and information age and if you look at universities you know many of them you know claim hundreds of years of of of history and legacy which is great but a lot of did the the the current system is pretty much set out for the industrial revolution a it set up the train pretty much assembly line like kind of workers how good people at a you know a memorizing information and producing bridge and taking tests and repeating instructions and all that but in the new digital data economy it's no longer about those that ability it's about how do you involve a at the pace of technology evolution how do you think critically how do you solve problems seeing issues that you've never seen before and request a very different mindset and just unfortunately a a a you know we see that law university programs are having trouble keeping up would that change on how fox business change and therefore what you're trying starting to see is a lot of employers try to come up with that one solution a they just gave up one waiting on universities to give them the talent they need so a lot of important starting to innovate on their own to kind of look for in train talent or were all kind of create new a providers a you know schools like kenzi that came out we came from employers side because we knew how hard how desperate companies are looking for talent and looking for the right skills in the talent talent pool a and that's why a what's happening right now as the politicization of new training mottos looking to addressed this major gap in the market and i like we mentioned earlier d a i'd be an example is a you know in baton rouge a they set up a center where they were initially gonna hire a hundred thousand people would see what the partner but quickly i b m start realizing that they the the graduates do not have a major skews get from idea needs an i i it's been horrified began to get what they want so a company like i'd be ended up starting a you know bypassing love universities including their own training program even reaching as far down in high school students to provide apprenticeship another kind of training to ensure that they get steady supply of talented any you know chuck as as the kenzi academy addressing this issue of reversing talent shortages in the tech sector not only central indiana but in other areas where the cans academy has a presence how is what you do how is you're educational model different than what we find in the classic university approach so what happened a couple of years ago a kind of addressed the market we saw proliferation of we call them coding bootcamp a they also do other things in marketing and design and everything but in general just a short three mun programs a that were that the goal is it's kind of addressed the skills gap and a lot of those companies start taking off but then we start to see pretty much a consolidation and also kind of a slowing down growth because of some of the the fluffy design but what the boot camps where they showed that there was a huge demand outside of the university in college system 'em so the kenzi model pretty much we take kind of the best out of boot camps and also for universities to create a new model a that would provide enough a time for people to train the muster the material and be ready by not having to wait for use of their life going back to a computer science program so kenzi programs i won the two years in length so a lot longer than eight three month coding bootcamp by less than half the time of the fall you're a university a we are project based learning enslave classroom so there's no you know as you see hippo campus here d'arno lecture halls we set up the template stomach extremely uncomfortable for someone to lecture for a long period of time so so a student's comes kenzi every day and they learn not by listening to lecture by by doing real work everyday and then discovering how to do the work and discovering how to solve problems along the way and also all instructors are known faculty a so will we hire only industry petitioners so there's a all instructors are essentially you know hiring managers so they know exactly the skills and the kind of attitude they need in the talent a so we have the ability to cross the curriculum as well as how we teach to a pretty much in an apprenticeship fashion you know trading up ainu piling on talen a that a we are selves one higher just said something interesting used the term arm quote waste of four years interesting question do you believe college campuses may be obsolete in the modern age so first of all a that full years is valuable you know i it might sound went to a four year university program so i'll be a hypocrite but critics say that you know it is a totally useless 'em the way to kind of give you a little more context i say in the term of nontraditional students which is the main kenzi student population a so you're you're tradition students people coming out of college a a n a typically if you wanna go to college i say go to college but we have now is huge a population of non traditional students and this up people who are either a older than a typical traditional student a couple of different backgrounds teeter peter has some college dropped out or had graduated from college was under employed or unemployed people who just decided to skip call it entirely a and what we're seeing the trend right now over the next few years then nontraditional student number will overtake the tradition students as the the majority of the population so we the current university system is and as you look at the non traditional student a they many of them don't have the luxury of you know spending for years on some of the kids that were commitments movements all kinds of things so what they need is what is d most optimal possibly a not necessarily shorter's enough time for them to get all the skills they need to be able land a job and then be successful and then another trend we're seeing right now is just going back to my earlier a statement as how fucked technologies evolving gone other day that you can get a four year degree look for a couple of years maybe do a masters and then then you could work until you retire that that lifestyle that that way of life is is is totally a you know a a us updated by now you know we have a new one every year end and it comes with this is how fast technology jay z volving moving and what really as a as you know as as a professional has the talent when you really think about his lifelong learning and what that means is that you know the the the future higher at will no longer look like will not let me look what it is today they will look more like you you you have you can either go full year into a two year whatever treating it as get the skill get the job and then along the way either do it parttime medication or go back to school few years from now on and an obscure yourself and continue to obscure so so then you could adapt to the changing workplace and the changing technology landscape and so what you know what the wool we're seeing moving towards is yes you you you could still have that four year but the full year will not be sequential it could be one of two years of training work and then a hopefully earn enough college a credit that a you can we use those college credit to be able to get a degree in another one at two years timeframe chuck you talked about sort of the mechanics of how all the candy academy teaches engages students but when you get down to the bottom line more fundamentally.

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"kenzi" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I've been. Oh my God. You could start with slavery. But I'm just going to start with. I don't know. I don't Lincoln residents were assassinated. I don't know where should we go with this? Kinley. God sakes. You know, I mean I it's such self pitying Bs and it's like and also everything like this morning. He's firing the his polling firms including Kellyanne Conway, which is hilarious that because he because they released polling data showed that he was so far behind you brought it up earlier. And it's like every any calls them fake polling. So now with everything that isn't absolutely positive about him is, that's fake news. Bowling fake everything and it's like I either you only believe him. And of course, you know, Fox News, which is official news outlet that or you believe everybody else in the world. Right. Right. Oh, yes. Oh, Chris just handed me my Twitter. Fight hang on. No, I just put, you know, route it was so funny. 'cause you you've posted sort of a similar thought about your, you know, obviously, a lot of us have thoughts on our dad's, whether they're here or not right on Father's Day. Right. So I just it was a picture of his grave says Miller vice presidential candidate, nineteen sixty four he served, well, his God his country and his family. I said, happy fathers day to my dad gone. But never forgotten since nineteen eighty three this is his gravestone at Arlington National Cemetery. He was the exact opposite of Donald Trump in every way. And so what's his name the judge? Why was mentioning Trump necessary to which I know I should've just hit mute. Yes. Did I know you did not you engage? So reiterated for the people in the cheap seats road. I said, again, because he was all caps, the exact opposite of Trump. In every way my dad was a brave deeply patriotic family man of huge moral conviction was Nuernberg prosecutor, not a one draft-dodging serial adulteress Nazi excusing traitor to the United States. You know, it's really not a hard barred high bar to clear opposite of Trump. I mean, there are masturbating, you know, poop throwing monkeys that are the exact opposite of Donald Trump. Okay. So he reengaged. So just wish your dad happy, Father's Day. The rest was unnecessary lacking respect respect to the employment and flinging. Where's my reengaged again? I didn't kind of splintered into a billion little piece of, at that point. And so. No. I said, why is garbage human Donald Trump or worthy of any respect of any kind? Right. I mean it's just maybe, maybe the question is, why are you, you know sliding into my of my responses, and criticizing me for the way, I want to honor, my dad. Thank you. Go f- yourself you, okay? Go after self would have been an order. Stephanie. Okay. You don't you don't get to tell me you don't like what I do might on my Twitter feed. Well, you know go go after somebody somebody else's Twitter. Argue that it is necessary to if you are patriot to oppose president, with every ounce of your will. If you believe that laws matter. I mean I mean, you know, just just the fact that the fact that he's just saying, oh, you know, Kellyanne Conway shouldn't be shouldn't be fired because because that laws BS you know what every criminal believes the law that they're caught under his BS. Right. Exactly. Okay. So you're too. You also said, Trump said of AFC, oh, who said, I think we have a very real risk of losing the presidency. Donald Trump Trump says, I agree that the only reason they played impeach card, which cannot be legally used as you said, what the this goon talking about congress completely impeach card, any time, it wants all Trump can do about it. That's the other just the dumbness of his assu them. I'll go to the supreme Coon. I'll shoot them for, for doing something that the constitution says, and it doesn't say, by the way, that, that anybody outside of the people doing the impeachment get to decide what, what, what, what somebody is impeached for. It doesn't say that the constitution says, hey, if the house of representatives wants to start wants to impeach it can go ahead and impeach. Yeah. Oh, and then here's the terrifying. Authoritarian part that. I'm sure Kenzi tension. Trump news is at the end of six years after America's admit great again and lead the beautiful White House. You think the people would demand that I stay longer. Keep keep America great. Just throwing it out there to spit. Balling. These people's business and before forever going. All right. All right. If we're gonna do that. Then can we bring back Obama to run against him? I mean if we're going to do it. Yeah you wanna play this game? Let's play it. And as you said criminal knows he needs to stay president for life because he'll be arrested the day someone else's inaugurated. Thank you. Oh, yeah. The new New York City is going to going to New York state's going to just take everything from him. Soon as it's over. Yep. Yeah. Oh, that's what I mentioned. That was my last week to the Trump he belongs in prison deserves no respect. What am I Twitter, trolls say, what does he need to be arrested for? Crimes, so collusion. Yeah. Yeah. Put out there. You know, join my patriot in which you can patriot dot com for pundit. But I put out a little promo for it is misguided says this guy says, I'll give you money. If you admit that you're wrong, and Trump did not collude with Russia. And I'm like, I'm like, first of all. Yeah, if you give me a million dollars, I'll say that I don't care. It's a it's a million dollars. At least you met your whore important. Well, the prices. Hi, I'm just going to say that. But then I'll quit Twitter. I have a million dollars. I'm done with Twitter. Goodbye. At least honest about being a giant sell out, man. Wouldn't you? If you not million dollars for leaving Twitter. No, I wouldn't really wouldn't leave you. Basement. You have back to my right wing roots identity. A million I can afford genes at are ramped. Okay. People around you to take care of Twitter for you. Take the million dollars. Oh my God. This, this is important. Forget all the stuff I wrote, I would take out there listening wants to give me a million dollars. I will admit I'm wrong and get off twin rights. Let's move on seeing as how I would probably end I would probably do sexual things with you. Wow. Wow. Doubling down on the man. Hold on. Okay. All right. You tweeted seeing how CNN Newsweek and New York Times can't do any reporting on the Trump's. Here's my puff piece on Donny. Donald J Trump is a privileged mentally deficient, petty conman and all all around. Born in nineteen forty six. That was the bread down to the wrote this thread was freaking brilliant lifelong Griffin. Conman? It's fantastic. Yeah, your piece was just Trump. Let's do some collusion mother. And I just a new nickname that I had not heard that I love president chuckle mcboatface. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know why that tickled me. Okay. But it's a double k Chuck laugh. Thank you. Thank you. But you said he compared getting this, you know the, the. Dirt from fossil hostile foreign power. He could he compared this to getting up research. And that's what led throbbing polls like Lindsey Graham specious Lee compared to the steel dossier that was all that's obviously the talking point. Right. Route is all over everywhere. You say research on opponent that candidate contract someone to do is not the same thing as serious showing up saying I've got emails. We stole let's have a secret meeting in boogie. Yes. And then he but, but you make a good point that he said, oh, everyone does it basically all and you made a great point because he's such a fun, right? You said, you look at this is Trump covering his f S after he said he committed crime, but another way to see that comment on members of congress is, is, as a threat, because the only people who can do anything to stop him or congress than you can. Sure bet he's going to let them know that they're going to go down with them if they gun for him on this. Yeah. I think that was a warning shot. He's got the goods on or most likely Republicans in the help they've gotten from other nations. Yeah. He has made this whole party. Complicit and traders. I it's I think that that's what was struck my, my struck me today on, on Father's Day. Route is I just think that was the end of my last tweet is I said, resisting this president is the duty I think of every patriotic American it our democracy depends on this white what men like my father fought and died for and it's just it's it is amazing that he can get more disgraceful everyday, isn't it? I you know, I mean Reagan would should rise from the grave just to kick his ass. I mean like Reagan would roofers Reagan. Reagan got outta hell for a little while and came. We're going to give you. We're gonna give you leave from for a little while. Oh my God, I could finally my ask and rest just diverted that Trump rude. Yeah, that's right. You sit Reagan's in hell on Twitter, routinely sodomized. All right. We were looking for.

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"kenzi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At Kenzi and Lawrence for personalized traffic on demand, get the Traffix Chicago app. It's approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search. T. R. A F F, I X Chicago your forecast. From the WGN Chicago weather center. Scattered clouds this morning. We'll eventually dip into the upper fifties before sunrise were nearly there. Now, a mix of sun and clouds today. Otherwise, hives eighty degrees. There's a forty percent chance of afternoon, showers and thunderstorms, though, should clear out my late tonight overnight lows dip into the mid forties. And then we'll wrap up the workweek Friday much cooler. Cloudy skies, high temps, stay in the forties at the lakefront, they'll reach the mid fifties inland right now. It's mostly cloudy and sixty two degrees at O'Hare sixty four the lakefront on Vic Vaughn in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Right. Nickel Gilio here on seven twenty WGN. Live in the AllState skyline studio. We heard till five A M, and we are going to be talking about product placement, and poke post apocalyptic movies in honor of the anniversary of yesterday was the fourth anniversary of the release of Mad Max fury road. And we're gonna get into that as well. Number three one two nine eight one seven two hundred and you can, of course, follow.

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"kenzi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a closer look at Sarah Kenzi. Best known for her collection of essays called the view from flyover country. He's also an expert on a thorough -tarian states based on your studies Votaw crisies, what is it that eventually stops them? More turns the tide back to democracy. Kohl a question answer because there's a lot of variety in the eighty of course, we saw the collapse of the Soviet Union and the collapse of the Warsaw Pact countries. Terms of the hold that the US has had over them. Reunited, Germany, internally seeking a peaceful process. It was the result of decades of activism, for example. In Poland similar moving as well. As basically the decline of the top receive from within and people's demand for more in other cases, you will see violence. He will see World War. That's what's caused you know, Hitler and the Nazis to be seated. It's difficult in some ways to look at the past two cigarette where we're going now because so much change in terms of digital communication terms of things like social media spread propaganda so rapidly and caused people to organize in different ways in here, you'll see people organizing both four fascism and against it. So I feel like we we've entered a new era, you know, an era. The sect is probably even greater than the first printing Gutenberg bible. I think that digital era is something new. It's brought with it new problems. It will continue to bring new. Problems. I think the solutions to it are going to be impacted by that as well, which makes things difficult to predict what's your most positive prediction for the country's future. Well, one thing that I I guess I like seeing though I wish the circumstances are different and see emergence of or engaged informed. Citizenry? I think people began to recognize their rights as they lost them in a terrible way for people to get the basic education and civics schools apparently stuff hitting on go. But we need to know that we need to become better acquainted with our history. We need to become better clean it with our laws that we recognize when officials are violating them until when we still recognize what our own rights are when people try to take them away. And I seen that seen a great deal of compassion and outreach towards the most vulnerable in this country. Anything change for the better for people and Saint Louis or other spelled cities heartlands. I mean, not in the last few years. It's hard to say, I think the crisis that we're facing especially with an administration that is deviated so enormously from pass initiation. Kind of a new arena we are coping with those problems as well. I don't think the economy has changed for the better. I think you know, a lot of manufacturing jobs actually have gone away. That's not necessarily just Trump. We have the problem of automation, which is a serious problem, you know, throughout the country. But especially here, we've had a rise in hate crimes and in violence here as well living in a time of extreme political turbulence and a certain amount of economic turbulence is, well, I don't necessarily see us moving in a good direction anytime soon. I think it's possible we might eventually. But it's not something I see on the immediate horizon. I talk to many C E O's and. Covenant leaders about the equality in America. And better education for the new Konami jobs seems to be a common answer to the problem. You write that higher education is itself a rig game. What do you mean by that? Yes. The cost of higher education has skyrocketed especially over the last two decades making it out of reach for the average American and at the same time jobs that used to not require a BA office workshop secretarial jobs, another dozens well now do making it basically, you are keen allies. If you do not get that degree people have little choice in the matter, and this kind of purchase merit overemphasis. I'm prudential ISM. I think it's walking a lot of people out of the job market and more procedures industries. They tend to be very concerned with where you went to school. You know, not what your abilities are not what your skills are not what you've learned even if it can be demonstrated, objectively, but just the branding. You know, the name value of saying so and so went to Harvard, and so you end up often kind of science of wealthy families who could afford those expensive degrees. Who maybe had nepotistic connections that help them. Get in being preferred for these jobs over other well qualified applicants simply could not purchase the credentials. And I think that that's a real travesty. It's just not good for the body public as a whole both because he barked night opportunities. But we're not necessarily seeing you know, the best and brightest rice to position of power and influence, they could be beneficial for society as a whole. Say the peril of hipster economics. You tell a story about north Philadelphia illustrates what passes for urban development. Please tell that story. What you mean by hipster economics? Yeah. I read that back in twenty fourteen where basically artists is trying to cover up urban blight. You know, so that people who are going on the train for the city, which just see her artistic works instead of the decayed buildings and the poverty that was behind it. And so there's mindset, you know, that you often see during the process of gentrification, but focuses more on aesthetic than people that in fact treats people as aesthetic somebody is going through their life, who's impoverished who was suffering. It's just treated as somebody who's Incheon PINA for wealthier people to look at. She's a Saint Louis based journalist a scholar of -tarian states and up at columnist for the globe and mail, and she was named by foreign policy as one of the one hundred people you should be following on Twitter can make. Sense of global events. She's also the best selling author of a view from flyover country dispatches from the forgotten America and co host of the popular podcast cast, let nation. Sara Kenzi our thanks for joining us. By the way, if you have comments about the show or suggestions for topics. Please Email me at a closer look at Bloomberg dot net. That's a closer. Look one word at Bloomberg got net and follow me on Twitter. At Arthur Levitt.

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"kenzi" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Okay. Twenty eight minutes after the hour. Paula. Oh, by the way, we have Sarah Kenzi or coming up in just a few minutes. Oh, we also have Rudy. We need to hero or Sam wise. Sean illion things since Ashton new show on Netflix, political activist extraordinaire, okay? But Sarah will join us after that per this is her from this weekend purged agencies packed courts government above the law kleptocracy embrace of using military against Democrats F B I Muller. No one is checking Trump's autocratic abuses of power, which will go on with incredible cough to Wednesday's unless people do something we will talk to proud resistor about that in our three number three live in studio here. Yeah. Kyle tweets. New raising alarms about an effort by Nunez to huddled privately with attorney general bar and encourage him to criminally charge Trump Russia investigators. We are not we are at a constitutional crisis. Ladies and gentlemen, we are at a coup time. Sandy tweets. I'm seventy four years old. Eisenhower was my first president. I remember duck and cover. I grew up in the sixties. I burned my bra. I've never been more frayed for my country than in the past seven days twenty nine minutes after the hour. We talked Sean Astin next on the Stephanie Miller show..

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"kenzi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Be no anything he said what's going on? And then he somebody die or sidewalk right now. FD L E can't say for sure if it's being being taste is contributing to his death. More severe weather ahead. This week areas. Hit by a deadly outbreak of tornadoes at least eight deaths are blamed that includes three children on the weekend. Storms reporter Marcus Morris in Texas in Cherokee county people seeing ruins where their homes once stood. We were an outta town. Hit by two powerful tornadoes in ninety minutes as residents came back to their neighborhoods. Trying to make sense of the unrecognizable. I have is a close eye on my back right now, the winds from this event, so strong and claiming the lives of three year old and eight year old at Angelina county. And it's not known if you see of quarterback Kenzi, Milton will ever return to football. But Milton says he holds nothing against the US player who took them down. He met Massey. Wilkins for the first time Saturday night. They were at the better man event at UCF. Good morning, south six thirty five. You're listening to Orlando's morning news. Updated weather and traffic every six minutes. Joe? It's going to be a gorgeous day behind our front. Comfortable temperatures. Highs around eighty two pretty close to average for this time of year, lots of sunshine than four. Tonight, clear skies cooler Redan, fifty seven tomorrow sunny once again, a little warmer. Highs around eighty five from channel nine eyewitness Susan meteorologist Brian shields. That's kind of sixty nine cloudy pretty much all across central Florida this morning. The one difference is in Qasimi where it's all the way up to seventy now and cloudy, sixty nine cloudy at Orlando's severe weather station. Safetouch Security triple team traffic that's up to a helicopter in air one. Good morning. Eric brown. Westbound looking at. The Greenway liquor pretty good get to Lake.

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"kenzi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"President Trump is backing away from threatening to close the southern border with Mexico this week, but he says unless migrants and drug stopped flooding the border. He's ready to get telephone trade. If the drugs don't stop or largely stop we're going to put tariffs. On Mexico and products in particular cars, the whole ballgame his Carsley while in the demo area hundreds are facing deportation. After a massive Ray that a business officials with Icee the agency received a tip that CV technology, employee's were working in the US illegally. Two hundred eighty people were arrested at the business in the Dallas suburb of Alan Wednesday. Many of those folks will be likely released on their own cognizance. That's not going to be the case if they have criminal warrants elsewhere, or if they have a significant criminal history. Coral Rusnak with ice says agents screen the people arrested for sole caregivers of children. Investigators now looking at whether or not CV technologies knowingly hired people not legally authorized to work in the US. Clayton Neville, Dallas bipartisan support in the Senate to crack down on China for allowing Fenton. All too easily make its way into the US Senator Chuck Schumer slow burning fire fennel is now a five alarm. Five alarm inferno here in America. And we just can't keep watching China's producers and China's and Mexico's traffickers pour gasoline all over that conflagration secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and homeland security secretary kearse to Nielsen are skipping meetings in France this week is the group of seven countries gathered to try to find solutions to the world's security challenges. Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos and his wife have agreed to a divorce subject to the approval of court under the terms, but Kenzi basis we'll.

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"kenzi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"President Trump is backing away from threatening to close the southern border with Mexico this week, but he says unless migrants and drug stop flooding the border. He's ready to get telephone trade the drugs, don't stop or largely stop. We're gonna put tariffs. On Mexico and products in particular cars, the whole ballgame his car while in the Dallas area hundreds are facing deportation. After a massive rate of business officials with Icee say the agency received a tip that CV technology employees were working in the US illegally. Two hundred eighty people were arrested at the business in the Dallas suburb of Allen Wednesday. Many of those folks will be likely released on their own reconnaissance. That's not going to be the case if they have criminal warrants elsewhere, or if they have a significant criminal history. Coral Rusnok with ice says agents screen the people arrested for sole caregivers of children. Investigators now looking at whether or not CV technologies knowingly hired people not legally authorized to work in the US plate Neville, Dallas. Bipartisan support in the Senate to crack down on China for allowing Fenton older easily make its way into the US Senator Chuck Schumer slow burning fire fennel is now a five alarm along. Five alarm inferno here in America. And we just can't keep watching as China's producers and China's and Mexico's traffickers pour gasoline all over that conflagration secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen are skipping meetings in France this week is the group of seven countries gathered to try to find solutions to the world security challenges Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, and his wife have agreed to a divorce object to the approval of a court under the terms, but Kenzi basis we'll.

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"kenzi" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Like, are you a monster dog? If you don't like golden retrievers are children, you're out. That's my dealbreaker. Good. We got Kristin who won the contest on bumble. There's. Has she says how do I get through a break up and come out stronger? I gotta get out of the slump. I feel like you would have great advice. Find a Jason I was gonna say that. No, find yourself and. Acid. Because I did already. Found myself before. But yes, I completely comply agree without shit. That makes you happy and all the shit. They put you down about do all of that stuff. I agree. His we're gonna ask ask the questions now on. Yeah. Shit. I just showed up on my own that damn podcast mill. But that is I mean, we all know I'd give that same advice. I totally agree. I only found Jason because I had found myself, and that's the truth Ashford as good. Yeah. Like an Astro segment on my podcast now. Ask Caitlyn ask estrin. I like case a lot of pressure. I'll take notes for your own podcast. Yeah. We're all doing it. We don't the Butkus art Kenzi wants to new Ashford. You could also answer this not just because you're answering. But you know, what are some tips for ladies that want to go on the bachelor any advice? They can help them get on. Be yourself. Like if you try to fake it and be that perfect person. They can see through it. This is all these people do is we through people who are trying to pretend like there's somebody else to make it on the show. It's just like vulnerable, and and all you're doing yourself. They'll they'll see through and they'll make you the villain, and yeah, make our job to just go through thousands of people to pick the people they like, so if you try to be somebody else, it's not gonna work here applied recently be on Those us. her head. So slow. There's got to be more of you. There's gotta be. Yeah. No. That's anyone else. Anyone else? We'll give you. We might give you a scrunchy. People. So if you're dump don't be discouraged and like. And I went on issues grave. Yes. We all do who doesn't have issues. So we. Oh, no. He said who doesn't have issues. Oh, I mean, I like to. Can can you? What was your name that applied Nikita? Would you like a scrunchy? The queues. If it's crunchy per you can get a scrunchy girl. Look at my swamp. I'm staring right at it. Pays to be on. Honestly love you guys. Okay. That's so good. A right next question. Are you guys watching big brother Canada seven? Yes. Or no before I continue here in the states who Kevin. No, we watched episode one. And then we have the rest on PDR traveling. So all the big bench day. He's a big brother person watching over that. Because the American on does Jay Tyler angel FaceTime also tangible Tanja, they seem very love. They are big brother. Does Jason watch big brother. Nobody. No. Will if he does that's a dealbreaker big rather know by Rio dinner dinner with Tanja and the. Yeah. And they they touch a lot. They're very like PDA's grade touch a lot. We don't Don't trust. trust. Done is illegal. They love each other a lot. Well, that's kind of sweet and uncomfortable, and like a double date because a really happy, you're happy. But. Anna. Okay. Yeah. And you guys are touching people. So that I've not like that. Like, give us an example of what they were doing. I don't know in front of my mother. Oh, yeah. Just kidding. Sorry. Mum. Go ahead excuse and all they're really very much showed a lot. Okay. So in the big brother Canada is on rain out. What? I heard it's really good. Can you send me a link? Okay. Thanks, cool. Cool beans is not too showy though. If there's a lot of like extra business, some big. Nail. Because you can't do that on this the American before you went on the Canadian bachelorette..

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"kenzi" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"There's a lot of potential victims to choose from at these rodeos. And then do we have somebody that's driving around downtown looking for a potential victim? Or is it just something that this person stumbled upon throughout the course of their day with also seems like the victims have similar looks as well. Yeah lot. Lot of even though you have a varying a age range here you have varying by not so few years. Yeah. So you have a similar height similar appearance. Caucasian Brown hair Brown eyes, right. Regarding these cases, though, looking at them as if they were a whole being that. They would be all connected. It seems kind of very obvious to me. You know, you mentioned the rodeos those ones seem obviously to be likely connected, again, I'm still out in left field regarding Deborah's disappearance, as we know. So little about that case. Now, are you ready to open up the floodgates captain? The my yes, I'm the captain. All right. I don't like floods. So we'll wait till next week. Okay. All right. But I do have to warn you can open them up. I do have to warn you before we move forward. You might want to put on your raincoat because there's going to be some shit. Right. Maybe I should put my shit coat. We're going to fast forward to September. Twenty sixth nineteen Eighty-one and move our location to Oklahoma City. Oklahoma so seven years after the four disappearances in Rawlins and many miles southeast of Rollins, right? Thirteen year old Charlotte, June Kenzi and thirteen year old Cindy, gene, pallet, attended the Oklahoma state fair and Oklahoma City both girls were accompanied by their boyfriends. They were dropped off at the fair around noon on that Saturday at about five pm Charlotte called her family and told her family that she send a were offered a job by Carney to.

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"kenzi" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"kenzi" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"And that's this two thousand eighteen season is just gonna make him and propel him into to the next level, and he should start in lake Elsinore. But at twenty years of age with a pod. Reputation of of moving up pitchers that are that are performing. Well, I would be surprised to see him at AA at some point in in two thousand nineteen and I know that you would be excited to see that yourself you'd you'll get along very probably all caps taxed at just how excited I am. But you know, we talked you talked about this game that teaches through failure. This is a game that if you fail seven out of ten times. I mean, your your your favor like oh baseball is one of the few sports that you can you're allowed to fail. You know? Yes. If you if you're if you're a quarterback, and you're only completing thirty percent of your passes i-it's pregnancy you but you're not quarterback very long. You know, and it it just keeps going. I mean basketball's gotten to that point where you have to shoot more than forty percent. Almost fifty percent of the field to even be able to play anymore. And baseball's very unique like that. And that's part of the reason that I love it so much that you're allowed to fail. It's one of the few games in in all of sports that you're allowed to fail and it'd be okay. Exactly. And it's about how you react to that failure. Which makes you who you are. And again, that's what MIR's life really because if everything was positive in life. Life would be very fun. Wouldn't it would just be boring? So you have to have the the negatives in order to have positive. So we just gonna chug along, right? What do we think? The biggest obstacle for MacKenzie is going to be coming up. I think probably getting over the physical thing is finger issue. He we spoke to him briefly at the end of the season when the Padres had a features game out here in San Diego. And he indicated that he was over it. But he had a little bit of hesitation and kind of being able to go full strength and have a full productive season. So we'll have to see an interesting thing about Lou Kenzi, which I which I love is that he and lose Patino are really really good friends Patino is English is absolutely amazing over the past year. He's still young to did. He was he not like that. When he got there. I mean, he apparently sounds like he developed it really fast. But see. No, yeah. No. He was he's nineteen the English came on really fast. Like did. You know, the Padres offer in spring training, offer English classes to a lot of the prospects. They offer English transition courses, you know, trying to get them. Accustomed to to life in in in in the states immediately. You know, Padres players will go to Indiana Fort, Wayne, which is kind of a culture shock to a lot of these young Dominican Venezuelan type players..

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Declared Runner-Up Challenges Congo Election Results

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Declared Runner-Up Challenges Congo Election Results

"Hours after election results came in and Congo's presidential election runner-up Martin for you Lou says he's filed a court challenge to the results asking for a recount, the constitutional court has seven days to consider it for you Lou has alleged a backroom deal. Between the declared winner opposition leader Felix Schick, she's Kenzi and the President Joseph Kabila for you. Lou says reporters the court challenge includes results forms posted outside Congo's polling stations. He says, quote, you cannot manufacture results behind closed

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Investors ask how the Bezos divorce will affect Amazon

America in the Morning

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Investors ask how the Bezos divorce will affect Amazon

"Up in court. Everybody's going to get what they want those. What's the goals of this particular people, and I had no doubt that they're going to be able to figure it out without harming Wall Street in their employees. There's people around the world there are dependent on these people acting responsibly. They seem like they're the type to do it. Let's let's see what happens. The stock. Price is still well above sixteen hundred fifty dollars a share basis owns sixteen percent of it. That's what had investors wondering what this would mean for Amazon on Wall Street wall. Washington has a community property state, which means assets accrued during the marriage must be split equally in a divorce some Kenzi basis would get half of that stock. They could file for divorce in another state. They own properties in California, Texas, Washington, DC and some other locations as CEO basis would still retain control over Amazon, many family law attorneys think the divorce of the richest couple in the world won't become a public spectacle because that would hurt Amazon stock and neither one would want to damage what they built Steve Kastenbaum. New york. Coming up on twenty four after when America in the morning continues.

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Trump administration eyes capital gains tax cut for wealthy

24 Hour News

04:17 min | 3 years ago

Trump administration eyes capital gains tax cut for wealthy

"Be in Tokyo Kathleen Hays Bloomberg daybreak global bonds are rallying after that announcement from the b. o. j. treasuries are. Gaining while French bonds a lead the charge in Europe the yen meanwhile touching its weakest. Level in a week currently trading, at one eleven point four. Nine on the economic front Japan's factory output. Declined in June for the second straight month that adds to. Concerns about the, strength of, the economy on the heels of the b. o. j. decision meanwhile in, China the official factory gauge for July shows domestic. And external pressures weighing on the economy Bloomberg's Tom, MacKenzie reports from Beijing manufacturing PM I missed estimates falling. From fifty. One point five to. Fifty one point two new order slumped while input and output prices dropped the sex is, being squeezed by a double whammy of. De leveraging and a trade war that sapping demand in Beijing Thomas Kenzi Bloomberg daybreak Tom thanks. The euro area's economic expansion entered a, sixth year in the second quarter although growth unexpectedly slowed to just three tenths Of a percent that is the weakest level in two years at the same. Time, inflation in, the euro area accelerated to two point one percent in July largely driven by stronger. Energy, prices on the earnings Ron, shares of. Credit sweetser higher by one and a half percent in Zurich the Swiss, Bank added more than, nine billion dollars and net new. Assets in the three months through June with gains in private banking offsetting weakness in trading Credit Suisse CEO John spoke. At Bloomberg following the, results, core. Performance is driven by the wealth management which is a much more stable. And much more predictable agreeing very nicely sober Validity of the wool market Credit. Suisse is the third in the third year of its turnaround. Plan CEO John, said the banks should be able to return cash to shareholders. Once that effort is complete shares of Standard Chartered meanwhile are down about three percent in London the Bank reported pre-tax, profit the top estimates but income from trading fell. In the period the rush to get out of technology stocks spilled into Asia today shares of tencent holdings Nintendo fell following the, US slump and FANG stocks here in the US. Netflix shares dropped five, percent yesterday while Facebook fell three percent the FANG. Index has tumbled the nine percent over the past three days and that tech. Slide is an alarming sign for Morgan Stanley the firm says it's just the beginning of bigger losses to come for equities despite a. Large majority of s. and p. five hundred companies beating estimates this earning season. Equity strategist at Morgan Stanley see the biggest, correction since February on its way I made all of this apple reports earn After the close of US, trading today Greg Jarrett has a preview from the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco the Cupertino California-based. Tech giant is, expected to announce fiscal third quarter revenue of fifty two. Point three billion dollars according to analysts estimates compiled, by Bloomberg that's in line with the company's. Reaching forecast and translates to your over your, revenue growth of about fifteen percent that would. Be the strongest grapples June quarters since two thousand fifteen analysts say, higher iphone average selling. Prices increased services revenue and unit sales growth for the apple watch should. Drive the expansion in San Francisco I'm Greg Jarrett Bloomberg daybreak. Thanks Greg let's turn to the White House now where the Trump administration. May be considering another tax cut in this time congress wouldn't. Be involved Bloomberg's, John Tucker joins us live with the details good morning John. Mason the New York Times says the administration is considering bypassing congress to deliver one hundred billion dollar capital gains tax, cut capital gains were left untouched to the one. And a half trillion dollar tax law that President Trump's side last. Year the paper says the, treasury department is, studying whether it could use, its regulatory powers to allow Merican to account for inflation in determining capital gains tax liabilities. By at least one estimate. Index, in. Capital gains to inflation would reduce government revenues by one hundred two billion dollars over ten years John Tucker Bloomberg. Daybreak all right John. Thank, you s and p futures are up about. Four points. This morning. Dow futures up ten NASDAQ, futures up eight and a ten year treasury up six thirty seconds yield two point nine four percent straight ahead we have the latest world and national news and this is Bloomberg.

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Anonymous Powerball winner plans to donate portion of $559 million jackpot to charity

The Download with Justin Kaufmann

01:08 min | 4 years ago

Anonymous Powerball winner plans to donate portion of $559 million jackpot to charity

"Kenzi crowe a junior from durham north carolina died february 25th a day after complaining to friends that she wasn't feeling well police say they don't it the dealt suspect foul play but they need the cook county medical examiner's office to establish the cause and manner of death five hundred bucks for free at a casino well it's happening for some casino workers in indiana who's your park racing in casino in anderson announced the bonus today as a result of changes in federal tax law jim brown the president of centaur gaming says all employees will qualify he calls it a bet on america and we're just under a half hour away from a powerball drawing worth an estimated jackpot of three hundred forty eight million dollars the winner of a previous jackpot has announced he'll donate a big chunk of it to charity that winner claimed a five hundred fifty nine point seven milliondollar prize in new hampshire through a trust the lump sum option that they took was two hundred sixty four million dollars of sports traffic and weather up next on wgn did you know that excessive speed is a leading cause of snowmobile crashes sure burst of sneak thrilling but don't put yourself in danger keep your sweden reasonable for.

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