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"laura cross" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

This Week In Video Games

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"laura cross" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

"Square. Inex- showed off their upcoming slight this past week in the latest company jumping on the nintendo direct bandwagon. And the show was fairly tight with a good amount of announcements. There was known things here but also some surprises to well. The show kicked off with the extended. Look at outriders or an outright as one. I one time think anything new shown him. It was mainly a trailer to get people hyped for the april. The first launch trailer was really well. Put together the hype for the game. Was boasted in the last couple of weeks with news is coming to xbox game pass on day one if you got an expert though. Hopefully it's going to be pc game pass later on square. Annex also showed off some info about laura cross twenty fifth anniversary mainly with partnership news. And i talked about her being in the latest season of four nine and finally. There's an upcoming release of the recent lara croft trilogy games and is coming as a single package. Next up there was a bunch of mobile games including just 'cause hitman sniper assassins space invaders go and if you're the taito partnership titles like darius and bubble bubble avengers was up next with news from crystal dynamics we look at whole kind action plus a glimpse of improved roadmap and things certainly have a bit quiet for avengers may look some decent contact coming down the pipeline for this one includes the announcement of black panthers coming to the game sometime in the future in a genuinely exciting moment for the game. I wasn't really too interested in kate. Bishop or whole kind but black panther is probably enough to bring me back to the game. The had so much promise in the latter stages of two thousand twenty balan wonderland was up next. Looks absolutely mad. Although i am increasingly interested in anything called least is after having such a great time with super. Mario three d world plus blouses fury recently. But that is a really high bar for other tiles to reach next out where the new life is strange. True colors now is shown off at great length..

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"laura cross" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"laura cross" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thank you so much for joining us on Wait, Wait. Don't tell me what a joy to talk to you. The joy has been mine. Thank you all so very much for having me. Bye bye. Finally, there used to be a time when we would fantasize about traveling to other worlds or having superpowers. These days. We just dream about being able to go outside. Kelli Edwards is living the dream. She's an explorer scuba diver, adventurer and host of mysterious islands on the travel channel. Peter asked her if she had to give up travel during the pandemic. I actually have not because I'm also a pilot, and so I have not been stuck at home because I have capabilities of taking myself right like to go take me with you. You let's go to Catalina. We'll take it. We'll take the C plane. Well, scuba dive near the arcade there. Come on, You know it's going to actually learn to dive in Catalina, because you're a diver to I'm a diver's Well, I am a bond girl, Laura Cross Off double 07 in real life, So whatever you guys want to do, let's do it. How did you get interested in being basically an adventurer? Well, I started taking road trips with my parents at a very, very young age and I when I started to look at the world and watching that geo and travel channel in all this, I'm like, Oh, I should go to these places. So there are a lot of us who would just save up the money to get an economy class ticket. You decided you would actually learn to fly and fly yourself. Yes, indeed. And that came about because I saw one man in a small airplane landing at Burbank Airport between Delta and Southwest and JetBlue and I literally Googled at the gate. One man, small aircraft in general aviation came up. I had no idea that you don't have to be a military pilot to become a pilot. And so I came back and took a discovery flight from a Groupon for 100 bucks. And got hooked and sick in the plane hooked in sick, Really? Because wait a minute, So the only time I've ever flown myself in a small private plane, General Aviation, I got incredibly sick. And I said to myself, Well, that's the end of this for me. Never again, and I've stuck to that. But you the same thing happened to you and your reaction was like, Okay, Great When you've all cleaned up the vomit, I'm going to learn to fly. Let me tell you why, And I'm not crazy. Okay, I just have to tell the truth. But I flew over my ex boyfriend's house and I snapped a picture from the air and I sent it to him, and his reaction was priceless. He's like How did you get this picture? And where are you? And I was like, Oh, I just need to be able to do this. Whenever I feel like it. That's a I thought you were going to say I vomited out the window and then be I love that your Pettiness drove you to learn how to fly an airplane girl. You're like hashtag goals. Thank you. I don't know if your adventures have ever called upon survival skills. Do you have any survival skills? I do have my wilderness. First state certification. I'm going to go get my avalanche training in October. Back in Colorado. I'm always ready for the apocalypse. I literally I'm literally coming to move in with you. I am coming to move in with you because you are Lara Croft. You really are. You are in my eyes. My avalanche training was stay the hell away from Avalon. Would worry about, like being with you in the apocalypse because you'd be too good at it, And they'd just be like lagging behind out of breath. I grab you by that collar. We'd be out of there. Okay, but everyone always says if anything goes wrong, call Kelly. She's gonna load up the aircraft is gonna have all the gear and we're going to survive. And I say that so I'm like, Choose your friends wisely. I'm one of those friends shoes, but I mean, it is humbling to know that you have all these skills for the apocalypse and in my case would be like Well, Peter could moderate the discussion of the campfire tonight. That's all I got. And I might feel it would be like, Look, I don't I hope it doesn't come to this, but probably I'm delicious. So I'll hold my breath. I would I would about to say in the meeting of your new clan don't lead with that job on the final, but everybody can contribute. I'm Josh. I'm delicious. Can you do the castaway thing that Tom Hanks did and actually make a fire from like sticks if you needed to, I absolutely can. And that's definitely one of the skills that you learned like. That's one on one survival skills like fire is the most important. Come on, Peter. That's one on one thing. This is terrible, Josh. If if you and I was marooned together, I wouldn't even be able to boil you, although we could use my the reflection off my giant forehead to call down a plane. Well, Kelly Words. It is an absolute delight to talk to you. But we have actually asked you here today to play a game that this time we're calling. Welcome to Staten Island. So you've explored many exotic remote islands. But what do you know about a pretty normal island right off the wild coast of eastern New Jersey? Staten Island? Answer two out of three questions about Staten Island and you'll win our prize for one of our listeners the voice of anyone..

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"laura cross" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:46 min | 8 months ago

"laura cross" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"O'Reilly Autoparts. First quarter clock and Knoxville shows 6 29 7. Nothing Alabama but it's been a feisty start for the volunteers. Yeah, definitely has. The unfortunate part for them is obviously the replay that did not go their way as Faras Harris. Getting to stop potentially thinking that they could have gotten the fumble and got the ball back instead of Alabama getting a touchdown, But they had to manageable third down situations, Patrick that they've not been able to convert and they've got to find a way to pick up the first down, especially as I mentioned there going uptempo. They're going fast, which means their defense is not getting a break. And if they're not going to sustain drives, you're gonna put this explosive offense back out on the field. Once again, just giving him another opportunity to make a big play. Here's what I would say. Fortunately for Tennessee, they haven't Alabama has not taken a big shot downfield like I thought they might early on in the game, so they've been kind of able to keep themselves keep everything in front of him outside of that completion. The slate Bolden, But it's almost a matter of time before Steve Sarkisian takes that big shot downfield and tries to put the ball in the hands of Devante Smith or John met. She gets to that 0.3 touchdown passes this year from Mack Jones to his Alabama wideouts, Mexia, 78 Yarder Waterways and 87, a nine yard touchdown reception. Again. He is back to the Alabama locker room hand once again to start the game. Mack Jones is a perfect eight for 8 400 yards already in this one, it seemed like a weekly commonplace occurrence. Alabama back in the field Working left right. This tribal begin at its 24 yard line off the left. Tash Naji Harris stands for the right forest all emotion right to let Twitter Cedar's right. Jones will give it to 90 Harris off the right tackle, and Butler drags him down near the 30 yard line off the defensive line for Tennessee. Still, though, a solid first really good push up from Alabama routinely with one of the best offensive lines in college football five star Players coming out of high school. Laura Cross that front and then you throw in a guy like Miller Forest. All is your lead blocker coming through there as 1/5 year senior. Not a bad set up there for Najah Harris for across the line of scrimmage for Tennessee's defense, second down and a half for Allah battle from the pistol, Jones turns fakes he wants to throw Scoots to his white deep ball down the middle. Once meant, he makes the catch 26 star line to Tennessee defenders cancel each other out men. She almost got away from a bear traps tackle, but he's brought down to the 24 yard line and volunteer territory. You have really good route by Medici, too, because he starts in tight, Patrick, But then he expands the defense out. So what his goal is is he's trying to open up that hole for his quarterback, Matt Jones to give him a little bit more room. To sneak the football in a lot of times when you're running a skinny post. You're doing that from a big traditional wide receiver split from the outside, but that time he was only about two yards removed from the line of scrimmage. Good job opening up that hole in a great delivery by Matt Jones 45 yards on the hook up, first out Alabama first man, Mrs Nagy. Harris just stumbles his way forward and still even losing his balance that with particularly good footing, taking a little hit still slippers and about seven Yeah, that's the sign of a really good back the guys that lose their balance. We'll just find a way to rumble and stumble to pick up a few yards. And so the first down efficiency is giving Steve Sarkisian so many options is a play caller as Nagy. Here's ends up, picking up about seven yards on first down. I mean, you could take a shot. You could run the football again. You could go quick Slant. Whatever you want is a place right there. Second three Alabama Harris, who was split out wide right now sets up in the backfield. Bolin leaves the backfield past comes his way. Grabs at the local 25 yard line heads toward his silent and its angrily. Not good about trade on flowers around the 16 Leave Alabama. But you know, here's Here's The good sign for Alabama is that they use Jalen Waddle, arguably one of the best receivers in college football, and what do they do? They dial up his replacement, Slade Boldin, and he's like the premier Pass me that plate was designed to go to his hands. Usually, if that happens, shift things around a little bit, and maybe the ball now goes to Devante Smith or goes to John met, but they're like putting the ball in the hands of their third string confidence in his death. Most Mezey left right on third and short, too. Resetting ofthe right hit his head. He will take the pan off spin attack on a spree who is still with the lion to get against inside the 15 down to about 12. What a great effort by Naji Harris. That place should have been blown up for lost twice. Exactly should have been tackled for a loss in the backfield. But he's somehow someway finds a way to slide out of this tackle. It was Carole Middleton, the big 673 or five defensive end. That gets through the line of scrimmage and he's got him. He's got him dead in the backfield. And somehow Nagy Harris spins back out of it and uses just that great individual effort to pick up the first down and move the chains. That will be a defining play on this, Dr Patrick Defenders. Fist slammed in it, sir. On Tennessee side they let Alabama off the hook here is again off the right tackle probing pick it gets inside the numbers that stand down toward the goal line marks around the one And again freestyling Nagy. Harris merely able to sneak his way into the end zone for a second time, And that was just kind of like bobbing and weaving his way through there didn't even really looked like he was running full speed. Just kind of invading some tacklers going left going right, and he thought he was in on second and goal keeper by Matt Jones lunges toward the goal line. No arms up yet Now they are met Jones. On the keeper for my yard out. There were 2 54 left in the opening quarter. Alabama 13, Tennessee. Nothing. Well, that was the same play that they ran on the previous drive when they tried to go hurry up what the play was stopped because they wanted to take another look at it, So that's just a quick adjustment that Alabama does any time that they get stopped short of the goal line. George is gonna rush everybody up to the line of scrimmage. They probably just got a one word call, Which means we're running quarterback. Sneak trying to catch the defense off guard may be thinking about the previous play a little bit. Meanwhile, the quarterback just slides right in the zone will record number one recruiting kicker a couple of years ago on for the extra point the right leg through and drives it good. The Alabama Crimson side With less than an optimal start with a punch and an injury to one. They're featured skill players but back to back possessions for touchdowns. Alabama leads Tennessee 14 to 54 left in the opening quarter, but send it back to Jason Horowitz in our Westwood one studios. All right, Patrick. Thank you very much. Three other top 10 teams.

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"laura cross" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"laura cross" Discussed on KTRH

"Last night. Game four of their playoff series with the Thunder Is this afternoon. Two PM on sports Talk. 7 90. Houston leads that two games to one. And again, we're watching two tropical storms. Now Margo in the Gulf poised to hit Louisiana. We may get some rain out of that by Wednesday, but Laura Crossing Cuba about to enter the Gulf of Mexico, expected to be a cat to hurricane by the time it gets closer to us. Houston is in the cone and were warned that even if it doesn't make a direct hit, we do have to contend with Storm surge is going to be very important to pay attention to all the way from Beaumont down the coast of Texas. I'm sure a friar in Houston's news weather in traffic station NewsRadio 7 40. Smart phones, laptops, desktops, smart TVs, tablets and smart speakers. All you have to do is tell your smart device to play rage on my heart radio. You're talking storm surge. We're talking to Galveston County Judge Mark Henry about another 45 minutes or so from now, so we'll see what's going on. If they're making any sort of preparations for possible evacuations. I guess they're going to make a call on that one. Later today, as far as whether or not they're going to be doing that or not. Meanwhile, in the world of academia, we have a university that's had to force its professor, one of his professors to change the course syllabus. Because they threatened to dismiss students who argue against black lives matter abortion or same sex marriage. By the way, this is an English professor. English to 50 syllabus, which was posted online and released by the Young Americans Foundation. That happened this past Monday. By this Monday, the The university has had a little talking with the professor. Of course, Professor. Assuming the oppressor has some sort of tenure in going anywhere, and, you know No, no, no guarantee they won't try to do it again. I also heard some anecdotal stories about school systems that were doing classes online that have Warren parents not to look over their child's Shoulder to monitor what's going on in the classroom. If you're if you're a teacher, and you're worried about a parent looking at what their kid is learning from you Then what in the world are you trying to teach him? All parents be vigilant. 7 10 Here on news radio 7 40 K t r H time for traffic and weather together, Joined Hardy's ready to fill you in on the drive a little bit of a slowdown on 6 10 the North loop right around. L I'm still seeing a delay moving that way from around, shepherd. So get yourself about 5 10 minutes to travel through. They're not sure if we have a stall or something. I try to look on the cameras but couldn't find it. We do have delays on the in bound side of 2 88 just getting into the construction zone from Reed to about 6 10, So that's going to be a couple minutes ride for you. And if you're traveling on the Downside of 69. The Southwest explosion just a little bit as you're coming up Tills exit ramps writer on 6 10. I also saw a delay on the outbound side of 2 88 just approaching Highway six. I'm Julie Di Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center. Time to check in with the star of our show today, Terry Smith. At the weather Channel because we're all keeping an eye on whatever you have to say, Terry. So what's going on with these tropical systems right now? Er what a mess we've got. Well, we've got Tropical Storm Marco, which, fortunately has been weakening ondas moving northwesterly toward Louisiana. I'm expecting that it's going to skim along the Louisiana shoreline. Today and and drift westward and dissipate. It may help to enhance our own chances a little bit tomorrow, but it's Impacts, fortunately are reducing. And that's the good news. Laura on the other hand, which is a tropical storm, with 65 mile, an hour winds near Cuba. Is doing the opposite. It's going to move out into the Gulf of Mexico by tomorrow, strengthen its in almost an ideal environment to see some striking, sending with the one waters and very little in the way of share and Likely will quickly strength and not only into hurricane but perhaps into a category two hurricane with winds up to 105 MPH. It is going to start moving more in order certainly take a little bit northerly turns whens and that will assure of Texas and Louisiana by Wednesday afternoon. And the big question is exactly where it will make landfall and right now, best estimates are between Houston and Central Louisiana sometime late Wednesday into Thursday. So our impact could be a hurricane starting sometime Wednesday and Wednesday night and Thursday. That's the time frame. We need to be of most concern. The one thing I want to tell people Is there things one? The Hurricane center is going to be looking for where to issue watches per game watches. Tropical storm watches warnings They're gonna be doing that later. Take so continue to keep On top of the updates to this particular system, because what could be in a hurricane watch at some point, perhaps today or tomorrow, which means that we could anticipate Hurricane conditions. The other thing is Do it now, with preparations. You have todo if there's a hurricane Do it out until the glory. Her stories about long line people in Louisiana trying again applies to be ready for didn't like the preparations. But I'm not married but still hurt King season through the end of November. So we need to be prepared regardless of whether or not the hurricanes knocking on our door. Alright, Thank you Cut down all I think we got to just do that right now. 78. And your official severe weather station news radio 7 40 K t r H 99 1 ht to its news radio 7 40 k t. R. 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"laura cross" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:26 min | 11 months ago

"laura cross" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Second day in a day. Feels like almost everyone. We talk to you for the second date seems to meet online. Yeah, yeah. Lately you know the most common way to meet someone like on tinder on bumble or grumble That's for older folks who want to hook up and grump to each other about dates aren't as good as they used to be. Well guy that phone for a second date update today also met a girl online, but not on the typical dating website. Okay. His name's Matt. Hey, Matt. Did you go on grumble to find this girl? I haven't heard of Grampa ll yet but I guess we'll have to check that one out later. Sounds tonight. Exactly. You sound too pleasant. Which website? Did you meet this girl on? I actually met a girl on reddit of all play Really random? How'd that happen? I'm a huge star Wars fans. So obviously I want to check out some Star Wars means I saw one that was just absolute fire. It was just so funny, and I have a comment on it. And like, not even like a minute later, the person who posted it A common it back on mine, and it turns out it was a girl. So you know we got chatting, and we just we just chat way. Just chatted in the comments section of this Star Wars, Mame. Yeah, Like it turned out. I didn't even have to go to like a galaxy far, far away theme from the same town, So we exchanged numbers and that's wild. What are the chances you guys are from the same place? That's the craziest Don't meet a lot of people on reddit that way, Right and everything. So none of us It's not like people are using their real names or anything on there. So what is this girl's name? By the way? Her name's Christina. Okay. Okay. Maybe even the craziest part of the story is we send each other pictures. Turns out she's a smoke show. I'm not even lying, like really thiss sounds too good to be true. You have to be controlled like a girl that loves Star Wars is on Reddit and is super hot. She's got a Laura Cross body. Like Laura Croft body? Yeah, definitely. Sounds like a catfish situation. Yeah, I mean, did you feel like you're getting catfish know I felt like maybe it was like cat woman, But not you were such a nerd..

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"laura cross" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"laura cross" Discussed on Back To Back

"The band we were like Thanks haw and I guess like Laura Cross nobody with missing to us of your own. You would be ready Harris against locally on highpoint was standing on a big. Equal fresh hands, room dustbins, ones they dust show once stood on the outside of an. Bake some big Knives. arena as the Arctic monkeys with fighting. Each to their people going to show as my guess, one of the radio deejays will by like shouting. Got Signed. Dot. com. Avenue God Electron Ix, that's where I started to create the sound of my voice that I have now the guy was rushing ways. Fit Me into the stadium like twenty minutes straight and record me friend than he would send away. Come come back the next day. Picked out mistakes. Where I wasn't. Doing my singing whatever and he was like this this is a this is this is this. Amendment then I was like I could create this uniqueness. Not True. What was it that the mistakes quote unquote kind of weren't actually what you thought were mistakes. If you know what I mean Ryan stakes, they would win I was just being myself and my preparing myself to be singing. That's a cool light lightbulb. Mariah Carey or like of course, radiohead. Be. Yourself to a high standard. Yeah. Yeah. A needle resume eastern, right? Yeah. A very specific standard yeah. And you know. So I know you've covered this kind of territory territorial. We don't have to go into it's super deep, but at a certain point you meet. George would become your partner in a Luna George you guys form the group you make an album You know you do a song with disclosure that really takes off, and at that point you know you said it had been years and years that you've been doing all these different bands and trying different things and. How did it feel? Was it was it a a cool feeling. Was it a scary feeling to start a Luna George and have this success in really start to see you know maybe for the first time this project that you've put so much into actually start to take off in a big way. Okay. You know what it feels like. Yeah. It feels a little bit like maybe you would just running on the saw and you're like some. Saying. Be Great to me actually useful way. You'll still be running. Running. She actually won't be going anywhere anyway. So it's a little bit like that. It's like somebody holding onto the back of your shot. Let's forming morning ready right and they're like Oh. Darn Lot Lane. You can actually move fluids. There isn't just like a whole load of blockages and the reason I say that is because for example, when I was in the Indie band, it was absolutely awesome. An unequivocally no way that as go I could be badge successful knowledge at the time. I knew that. So I was like let me be an Indie band lot. Interest because it so completely upset that I can only do it before taking seriously. Oh, that's really interesting that you had that perspective at that time because that's that contrarian point of view Ono this isn't going to work, and that's why I'm going to do it. I feel like that's not the. Yet. So when we did when we started to. Make. Music Delina George there was an awareness of that being allowed. We asked commission he is what you guys saying. Right. and was that. Feeling. Right. That do we have permission that you know? Okay. Were were doing this thing that. You you throw the broader world you can understand was that was that a good feeling was that something you felt like what we can come in here and push boundaries in explore I mean, I'm sure some of it was just you know being successful in working hard in having people like what you do. Of course feels good. But I I'm always interested at those sort of pivotal points when when you know artists really. See A big change in their their work in the perception of their work if that makes sense. Gives. This Kind of you have a hunch that as the dumpy boom might have a similar desire to year. One of our desires school might. Exist because we had it was nixing very strange lychee warm. He beats the just on the edge of weird. But. Sitting very comfortably in good feeding. Don't go. Single. then. That in NC this pop song structure. in a way that ended up being a song. Instead of massive. Watch. It. Yeah I think I know? Because we hadn't heard that we heard a glitch electonic. Instrumentals Dawson some hedgerows copies. Bureau right. Credit together God. This is really hard. It's still red. Do you do you like do just as a general kind of think there's a personality thing you know that that kind of challenge of knowing this is going to be hard and that's sort of what attracts me to rather than trying to just be the pop singer or rather than just trying to do the weird glitzy thing does it does it challenge attract you? Know I think what it is is that all it all see something. That I think would be great to exist, and then all realize that will be hard to make that exist and then but then I'll I'll be like, but I think It big rig existed so unwilling to do.

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"laura cross" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"laura cross" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

"Stuff happens. It's a fact I mean. He's controlling the narrative I would bone it out of proportion but now that he's just saying stuff happens teams like the only problem with this. Is THAT PEOPLE. Learn about it and more stuff was going on stuff. Happens stuff happens is is like you burned the Turkey on Thanksgiving but they must have chrome compilation ship. They must be normal for them. Like they seem like absolute psycho pass the fact that she like she found out where he was because he was getting drunk she was mad at him and so he left the house and she logged onto his snapchat defined where he was. If they're in a relationship where like she can like she already has like spied on him to the point of having his snapchat. It's already like you. You know with the vibe of their relationship is pointing guns at each other stuff happened stuff happening. It is wild to think what would make girl. Thomas say this is a serious situation. Also I don't know like did he. Just get the AIRBNB. That second like how. These were closed that yet or did he. I saw the AIRBNB like a quarter of their employees or something like Fuck Shack. Does he does he. Did he just book the Fuck Shak Right then? Was it a premeditated Bookham the fuck shack and also? How did his brother just have like orgy? Participants on speed dial. Also their names. Are Seth and earl kind of weird? I don't know just saying it. He's NERD AS COMPUTER. They sound like they're on the. Geek squad sounded like they will come and fix my yeah. They're just walking pawn regular like Tuesday afternoon. Yeah that is just a crazy like what what a life they have to be the most daring seth in Earl Combo that has ever lived without a doubt. There's never been a seth and there's probably been a lot of that probably met like Jewish summer camp. Yes that are like really good friends with each other. But they're not tag team and bitches puck and having the gun and knife fight wars the craziest the craziest thing. Seth and Earl have done prior to this. Seth and Earl was the time that decided to switch from like corned beef. Two Turkey at the Deli is like what are you doing? Are you crazy? Korpi FOR TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. That'll give you diarrhea. You're not ready for this. It's also it's also saying his wife had to fucking rider die bitches just call right away and they're like don't even say a word. We have the knives and our holsters on our thighs. We're Laura Cross immediately ready to go and fucking get in the car. The scene from the town right. Just pick me bread. Like shows up to what's his name. What's that actor's name Renner rhetoric is like? I'm not going to tell you what we're doing or who were going to scare. But you have to just trust me come with saying. We're we're ready today earl again. Man Are Seth in Earl back at. It again horny mother. They knew that they were fucking. They knew right away. They would probably their flap flop house airbnb that they had caught them at beforehand. It's like the Michael Irvin White House that they had probably it is if probably is I could probably say it's an airbnb he's probably paying a mortgage on it. He probably just has like a fucking he's locked in. I actually think girl Thomas could probably be like he could use the MJ from Sunday. Night I don't have a problem. I'm just competitive as fuck more. Girls in my brother said a race with his brother. We don't have we have. Ota's uses aren't flowing. I can't get stopped going back to that. They were all in bed together. Like this CLAUSTROPHOBIC AIRBNB bed Dave. They weren't even draped all over the room. They were all concentrated on like fucking postage-stamp bed unless there was like a California King. That's what I mean like. It would have had to be but I learned the California kings are only longer than regular kings wider than regular king size beds so it does and it's only like five inches longer. Is that true? I'm pretty sure that the dimensions of a California king are not that fucking. We don't talk enough about how bed sizes like the the progression in bed sizes. You can never go back. Oh no you can't. What are you at King? Yeah if you guys see a queen bed and I wanNA puke in my mouth and then like a twin bed. All I'd like to bed you had in college. That was. That wasn't a twin. That was double. Yeah yes that's crazy. Yeah because think about the progression though like from your college having a double then maybe get a twin. Then when you get queen you're like wow. This is luxurious. You can never go back. They could they could keep making bigger and bigger beds and we would buy them forever. We were just build our rooms huge rooms around these fucking big ass beds. I resent the implication of a twin bed though. What are they saying that a pair of twin is big enough for a pair of twins to sleep in together I dig. Maybe two of them equal a full two twins equals a full is it? I know no way no putting them next to each other. GotTa gotTA mattress salesman. Do Talk to them. Mattress salesman are good to fucking. They almost had me buying the we talked about it a couple of weeks ago. The reclining the setup one and. I was just because I know susceptible to sales like this guy was selling the fuck Outta me. It's also that you can basically wake up every day and be like honey. I'm going to the mattresses in the Mafia every single day. Really you're just selling matches. Isn't that a conspiracy theory about the mattress king? Whatever that listening coli. I'm listening some mattress. Shit Kobe do you know because there's so many mattress stores like what's what's the magistrates? Called actress firming mattress mattress firm mattress king. Maybe some kind of shell corporations. And they're like no one ever goes in them and they're everywhere colleague. Did a whole thing. I need to read it again. It makes sense but people really do need mattresses mattress firm mattress firm. A bad one. Yeah interest firm. That's the one I strolled into and the gutless. Little double loop firm. Oh Fuck. I didn't even I had only been thinking like a law firm and It's actually they for mattress. It's excellent by whoever and that's probably why no one bats an eye because they realized that like well this business has to be legit. They spend a lot of time on the PUN. We don't WANNA sue affirm probably have fucking lawyers on retainer mattress firm lawyers. Damn I guess that makes sense because there are a lot of especially with like box mattresses a lot of mark mattresses. You'd never lie on them before you buy them. How many matches did you think exist in the world in America? Let's start with America. How many people are in America? Three hundred an thirty. I think it's like three seventy. Three's let's see three fifty just for a round number. I think we might be closer to four hundred. I say four hundred four hundred mattresses but then a lot of people sharing mattresses but then there's a lot of houses of like spare mattress was five hundred match five hundred million in America. I think there's more yet also like matches. That are just sitting in in basements or like a unused mattresses in like jails shit like that hospital or hospital beds. Counters mattress is though I think so too mattress I think so. What about babies cribs then? Definitely there's a fucking ton of them. Imagine how many mattresses get thrown out every day? I saw mattress in Brooklyn one time that was like getting fro now and like they did it the proper way they put plastic atr outside of it up but then someone came up and wrote. This is a perfectly good mattress. You Yuppie Scum Lake shamed the person for throwing out the mattress saying that like a poor person would have been happy to sleep on this mattress. I don't know why the person did that but Sorry that they were trying to size up get maybe they just maybe they moved in with significant other and they just needed that sprawl space. We should just. We should really think about making bigger mattresses and just keep climbing up the ladder. Big Time I think California kings like we. We Accept California's Kings Apex Mattress. So it should be like Alaska kings right Alaskan King Right. What's bigger than monarch the FUCKING COULD NEZAR. The Emperor Yeah A mattress is ever a mattress store. Why does that sound so good? Isn't that That's carpet food. Three hundred empire today. Yup that's what it is. Okay let's see. We got along with that. This has been a hot Yak. It is we're I loved. I've loved quarantine EAC but I do. I will admit that being in the office has a different energy for sure we just get it. It just feels different. I mean it's it's the type of chair I think chairs play into a huge amount of energy. If you're sitting on a couch if you're a recumbent on a couch than the words that are coming out of your mouth are going to be a little bit lazier. So I think we'll probably DO TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS DOWN. And then we'll we'll be back with with garbage garbage tomorrow. It's GonNa rain though this fucking cat. It comes by whenever you're not there now it's insane. I think I'm allergic to it really. Yeah I have I have the laser pointers. Bring them over. Okay cool. I'll bring some flonase to combat the allergies you bring some laser pointers at combat. That Catch Stupidity. Get that cat. WanNa see that Buchan CAC okay. Let's see we also have the list of suggestions before you. Oh yeah after you Brandon Brandon. That would bring that. We have a whole list of brainstorming suggestions. That we took on periscope bitter give the people a taste of one random one How to get rich or a quarantine. That's a good one. How fast can you eat a door that one I would like to discuss? We'll get into that. Yes I would like to discuss that. Let's see Alejandro. What's up man? You need help on your essay. Yeah how are y'all I wasn't I understand okay. I wasn't calling essay. You can help. I want to say you need help essay. You need help on your essay. It's a lot paper. Okay got it. I about artificial intelligence. Okay and Yeah we'll give you the peace. I think I'm going to that Like is the fear of artificial intelligence taking over the world like real. Oh okay say that again is the fear real. Yeah like isn't a fear like like. Should we be afraid that artificial intelligence will take over the world? One two okay. So all right I would like to take that thesis and blow it up a little bit. Make it a little bigger Do we think that artificial intelligence phase one of taking over the world is taking over the world through fear. Yeah like we're in phase one where they're like we don't have to do. We don't have to strong arm. These idiots we can. We can take over half of the world purely by existing and progressing and having people fear where that progression will end up then phase two will be. They'll strong arm the rest of us to the other fifty percent. Fear is also what politicians do to try and sell war or to curry up favor. I think that if we look at the artificial intelligence as something that can be helpful to us or as a friend of ours. We don't have to have that fear going the other way. Fuck I guess I just went. That's the counterpoint. You know you have to you have to choose..

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"laura cross" Discussed on 22 Hours: An American Nightmare

22 Hours: An American Nightmare

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on 22 Hours: An American Nightmare

"So you just pop up. There and Durrell says I've got an idea. Let's do something together me you and Stefan on Wednesday Noman. He doesn't say I've got a job for us on Wednesday. Yes ma'am okay. He says me used to find got a job for us on Wednesday right. Can you repeat the question. He says to you me you Stefan. We've got a job on Wednesday. Is that right right. He said him and Stefan have a job for me on Wednesday. Yes ma'am right to include you right. Yes ma'am then. She wanted to know what happened when he met up with Durrell on the day of the painting job all right tell us again what happens happens on May thirteenth when you show up at p. c. m. a parked van and derail. Come walking up to the van Okay and when Durrell gets up to you. He tells you sorry. We don't need you anymore. We just need your car. Is that right yes mile okay and at this point you say all right with that but I want some money for the car. Yes ma'am I told him as long as they give me three hundred they can have the van okay now to be clear while you're sitting there in that parking lot at p. c. m. you don't see Stefan. Right no never once never once no communications with Stefan about this job right Moma and at this point I mean you're planning to be gone all day doing this work. Is that right well. How long work take I was GONNA be gone all right? How much do you think you were going to get out of that? Pay Wise Yeah. I thought he was going to pay me some decent money. What season money a ham of the day and instead? You don't make a hundred you get told they'll give you three hundred just for using your van right. Yes ma'am and that upset you. It didn't upset me. I was disappointed that I wasn't. I didn't actually get a chance to work. You're disappointed that you don't have to do anything anything and you're going to get paid three hundred dollars as opposed to going and busting your butt doing drywall work and getting a hundred dollars because I still I still wanted to do something I was working. Oh because you wanted to work for one hundred dollars. Yes ma'am and again you think this is legit drywall work right yes ma'am and it didn't strike you as odd that they wanna pay you three hundred dollars for a minivan. No no you can rent a truck at home depot for fifty dollars ours and they want to give you three hundred dollars for your unregistered minivan. Doesn't that strike you as odd noma and you're upset now that you get to not do anything and just get paid three hundred dollars right. You're disappointed though didn't get to work. Yes Eh right so first of all Laura walkers very <hes> aggressive. She's like she's using sort of a higher pitch two boys. She's repeating everything. He says she repeats it and then says right. That's audio call from the day. Laura Cross examine Darren went. I was trying to set the scene for Jack like everything is very obviously accusatory and that's obviously a fitting turn to us here but it just he he even the most sort of innocuous things that can says are being rephrased in a very combative way so the tension of the religious very turned up. Jack also wanted to know how the jurors were reacting to her aggressive delivery. They're sort of amused. Some of them are abused music what he's saying like he's doing. I mean if you think about the fact that he's being coached. He's doing a good job at keeping his calm even though she's sort of coming at him <hes> with this higher talent like it's just human nature than match that talent Cowan and he's not doing that <hes> he's asking for more specifics when she asks sort of general questions he doesn't respond generally for more specific back to her cross examination Lauterbach basically ask Darren Erin to recount the entire story he. I laid out for his lawyer when he took the stand the day before we won't go through it all again but remember. It's at about this point in his story. The Daran said Terrell drove him to Ed's house and you go to Ed's house because because you're so disappointed that you're gonNA get three hundred dollars for not doing anything right yes ma'am and when you get to Ed's house. How long had you known it in Twenty fifteen? I can't quite remember how long but I've known for a minute more than a month hunt. Yes ma'am more than a year no so somewhere between one month and a year is that fair and you said Ed had done some work on your minivan before. Is that right yes man now. Tell me Ed how old was ad back back in Twenty fifteen his age but he was he was old. Yes man you don't know how old no Ma'am I never acrimony was Ed was fifty two back then. Does that sound about right. I don't know I just know he was old. Ed was a cocaine addict right. Yes he did drugs so he used cocaine not marijuana right. I don't know what drugs did. You don't remember saying he was using marijuana probably will I probably said it. Yes ma'am okay. He didn't use marijuana. He used cocaine right. I don't know what all drugs at us. I just know he does drugs so you don't know what Ed was using. Is that right. I don't know all the drugs Ed does I don't so when you told the jury Ed was using marijuana. That was not true. Yes he was smoking marijuana so ed was smoking marijuana. That's what you're saying. Yes Ma'am Okay and you know that Ed was a cocaine user right no ma'am I don't know all the drugs. You didn't know that was a heroin user. Is that right. No you didn't know that Ed was a sex offender no ma'am I never asked him. You didn't know any of that. I didn't get into his background all of that. I just WanNa Work Donald Van. We found this whole exchange kind of odd. We weren't quite sure what Ed being a cocaine addict or a sex offender really had to do with Darrin story if anything the fact that Laura Bach was citing Ed's criminal history made it seem like Ed was is in fact a real person which we really weren't sure of before we sort of wondered if he'd be the next witness called by the defense wants Lower Bach finished cross-examining Darren went. Now I just want to ask you. I guess a couple of questions again in terms of of information that you've had available to you in this case as early as May Twenty first of Twenty fifteen the day that you were arrested. You knew that the government had information that you were radio silent on the Internet on your phone and computer for thirty six hours on May thirteenth than Fourteenth of two thousand fifteen you knew that right yes ma'am in you knew more recently but at least months ago that the government and talked to family members of yours about whether or not they knew where you were during that timeframe right I would assume yes yes mile will not assume you knew right my sisters and brothers. Yes ma'am sisters brothers mother right. Yes ma'am father father stepmother right everybody right. Yes ma'am you knew that none of these people could provide you with an alibi yes mile right and so you're testifying now that it was Ed whose house you were at on May Thirteenth and fourteenth yes Ma so I guess the point is the fifty two year old addict. That's where you went to hang out because you were so disappointed yes now. There's a lot of people that goes over there to hang out. Ed's the kind of guy that'll fix the van on the side for a couple of extra dollars. Is that right yes. He does mechanics and he's the kind of guy that will pretty much do anything on a car if you give him some money for it right as long as he knows how to do it. He will give you a price. Yes Ma okay. He'll do anything for a couple couple of bucks rate mechanical us. All I know about were GONNA cost money. He'll do anything related to a car for money. Yes man and just to be clear. I guess you know Ed's Dead Right Noman Doma our jaws dropped. I remember turning to look at the reporter sitting next to me with eyes wide where we hearing this right Ed is dead. You didn't know at died a year ago no Ma'am I don't know I I couldn't call when I was locked up. It don't have a phone you had no idea no man. The one person who could provide Darren went with an alibi wasn't going.

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"laura cross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Charlie Pellett. Insects therapeutics founder John Kapoor who's been convicted of a racketeering conspiracy. That drove sales of a highly addictive opioid contributing to a nationwide democ. He is the first CEO of an opioid maker to be convicted at trial with verdict that is certain to echo through his industry, stocks, Laura. Cross the boards move into the final trading on this Thursday may second. The Dow the s&p NASDAQ all in retreat, keep in mind, the worst level session had the Dow down almost one percent on two hundred forty nine points right now, it is down one hundred sixty five down six tenths of one percent S and P is declining. Now by ten points down four tenths of one percent on NASDAQ is down twenty seven dropped their three tenths of one percent. Stocks lower for a second treasury yields climbing in the wake of the Fed's latest rate signal as investors away tomorrow morning's jobs report and us on. Talks President Trump's selection for the Federal Reserve Board of governors. Stephen Moore is pulling out of consideration for the job hours after he said he was quote, all in for the central Bank. He was interviewed just moments before the announcement right here on Bloomberg radio and television. Just because Senator today says they won't vote for me doesn't mean three months from now they want it's gonna be a different world in two or three months from now when this comes up before the Senate, and in that time, I hope to talk to all the Republican senators, and and you know, I think the case for me is like at this booming economy, it happened in large part because of the Trump economic agenda, which is great for women glass..

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"laura cross" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"I've ever heard the restaurant, and I can't wait to visit as one table. Okay. Best part. It's fucking crazy. But going back to Laurent he's someone that I cherish because I think he's he's he's the man is often credible. I loved guy. He's just he's a machine is. He's just you know that true. You know, craftsmen show Kenin in every sense. He knows fucking everything. Yeah. Literally, she knows how to cook modern classic. I think he's one of the greatest chefs ever ever ever. Yeah. And I'd also had so this 'cause I've huge student of his, and I'm so glad that he's a friend of mine, and you know, when we did the Papa we did a couple of days at co fears back, I think it was the first one had done after he left h two o. I was blown away at how fucking methodical and organized. He was. Yeah. It was a humbling moment because he's already thought through everything everything. And so it it's really it's really amazing. You know in the sense that. Some people are willing to sacrifice certain things or not certain things in order for a specific outcome. And so the know the methods he used to really achieve whatever the hell it is. He wants to do is really interesting to watch. So I mean, it was like a week's worth of museum. Plus, we're prepping up before we even got there, and he wanted observe every fucking cook that we had and he gave every- cook their own binder. Sorta God every cook their own binder with their museum plus that they were responsible for that week and per day. She had it all organized to the point of this is the timeframe that I expect you to finish each of these projects throughout the day color coded. I was like what the fuck it's the most organized shit the definition of dream museum plus organization, I had no idea at never even known that was possible. And it was a in Luma and just see how he thought about food, and he cooked it, and what does most blown away with was how he's able to draw upon certain techniques and ingredients to match the kind of skill that the cook can execute. Yeah. That's the craziest man will you so much you think about all that experience from all those restaurants do costs and everybody else plus along with his personality and that kind of. Almost robotic, you know, understanding of supercomputers knows draw different techniques for the situation fucking, wile. So I was blown away and I've been following his career since he was at the fifth floor in before that when he was at peacock alley. Remember, he ran peacock galleon New York at the Newark wasn't New York palace. It wasn't me. I came here. I think in the seventh and that was a head of the game everyone wanted to work there. And then he laughed and then he was at the fifth floor, and I would collect stories from a one of his CDC's junior. That was good friends with Wiley about what he would do there. He would send everyone home clean up all their stations finish all the table because he had a beat over time. And like do it all himself wash everything down and go to the gym and work out for like three hours sleep for two hours and go back to the first one at the restaurant before anyone else? He's a fucking Terminator. Yeah. And it's it's frightening. And he's probably the best one of the most best shape. People ever I marvel at the fucking time that he has to dedicate to everything and before I get there. I wanted to say this he has I don't think any chef is responsible for four three Michelin star restaurants. She was a piece of all. And I think a lot of the dishes, and if you talk to younger cooks or older cooks, I should say a lot of the I'm not trying to talk shit about geese for. No, I'm not, but she doesn't get credit for being responsible for a lot of the fucking famous dishes. According to people that I've heard not debating that. But he was part of the team that got three stars. He got three stars at Plaza Athenee and a lot of the things that she instituted for Dukakis are still used because I used to talk to Claude Bosie who got fired from the cost. But he said a lot of the recipes were still. Laura cross from ten years earlier in terms of the system of how it was created. He was Monaco..

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"laura cross" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"One fifty six left in the game in the face off here in the Tigers end in front of Alex LeClair. Who's about to improve to three and o on the young season. And the Tigers will. Beat three and three and one on the young season air force Owen to. Mason Bergh runs into Pierce Plumer has he crosses the blue line Plumer rides in out of the play. They battled Ford along the far side boards. Tigers win the stick battle Senate in cut off behind the net. Bylaw rock the rock to Sean skates out of there with the puck. Then turns it over at center ice is chipped right back in Dan Bailey. Didn't see it. Now. He finds it any pokes it back into the neutral zone. One fifteen go on the game. Loose puck at center ice Walker summer skates it down and then lost the puck on the move as he tried to dance around. Mason Bergh hits a three on three gone. The other way for the Tigers broken up nicely defensively by Matt Cooke who's in the middle of that for air force. But the Tigers keep the puck and play and it's Holleran Nick Halloran with the shot down the slot. Hit somebody redirected wide picked up by air force under a minute to go in this one. Pulver brings it in for air force lost it on the way in farney takes it away farney bird Dinelli cut off by the Tigers. They get the puck to Gooch and kooks skates in right in front of Laura crosses, but he lost the pocket was kind of caught up in states, and he never could pull the trigger. It ended up in the far corner dug out of the corner and twenty seconds left in the game. And the tiger fans are celebrating their first win in the series and a couple of years and for the first time ever, they will take the pikes peak trophy. Away from air force. Counting it down. Tiger country celebrates a six two one victory over air force tonight. Rob more world arena. Well, they had to power play goals to either France goals and to sort handed goals it adds up six to one win. In the seventy sixth meeting all time between these two schools. Unlike you said, Jamie, air force has had the better part of this series recently that Pike's peak trophy, of course, named in honor of John mad-. Jeff's was was was created in two thousand thirteen C C has never had the trophy Air Force One at the very first year. One of the years they tied three years ago. They played twice they split. It air force retained it see- sees never had a here until tonight that trophy will most likely be coming out on the ice. I believe the seniors are going to pass that from one from the air force side over to the CC side first time, they've had a, you know, a means something to talk about during the broadcast. This has turned into a true rivalry. This wasn't a rivalry twenty years ago fifteen years ago, but it is now you can see it on the ice. It was heated. It was intense. These two teams got after a pretty good for a while was a really good game. Just pulled away. Yeah. It was a good game. Until they scored in the first two and a half minutes of the third period and took it from three two one two four two one. After that the floodgates opened. Really did air force Scott that power play down three to one. You thought if they can do something with this? And they couldn't see see came right back up. The next two shorthanded goals to turn this thing around quickly. And I'll tell you what this is a talented CC hockey team. This team is going to go places this season. They've got a good goaltender that. For the first time has beaten air force, the Belkins beat LeClair twice. He did a nice job tonight. And now as you hear that the music dying down both teams are lining up on the blue line. Some of the air force guys has already gone off after the handshake, but they will present this trophy over the Colorado. Call. Breaking new ground here tonight because the trophy in its five years of existence has never changed hands. Right. Yes. So little trying to figure out the protocol of how to do this. The first year air force came down here. It was sitting in the middle air force. What if they've never given it up since? And Kyle hate goes back to the locker room. Kyle hate picks it up, and he has the honour if you wanna say it of handing that over to the captains of Colorado college and the captain's are Andrew farney, Mason bird and Tanner Rocchi. And boy the Tigers are celebrating big time. That Pike's peak trophy. And I'm sure Frank, Sarah, Tori, is telling his guys remember this. Title. I tell you what as we all know Frank is such a class act. He he's the guy that went back brought some of his players back on the ice line them up on the blue line. And he was directing traffic trying to get all of his seniors to go over there and present that over the CC he got a couple of them before they headed off. That's it's tough for airports. They'd had it every single year since two thousand thirteen and now we see Colorado college on the ice celebrating as they should they've got the trophy. And they'll get that team photo like air forces has been able to do the last five years, the competitor that Frank Sarah, Tori, is that had to hurt. Oh, you know. It did he'll he'll do the right thing. Now it will sting later. Yup. Six one the final score. Tigers..

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"laura cross" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

18:07 min | 2 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"All personal data and all commercial entities whose data is used is currently unregulated existing privacy protections should not be weakened and important gaps in coverage should be filled. Second the law should include individual rights, like the ability to access caress, correct, delete and move personal information. These values are already in scottsd- in both the California law, and the GDP are and certainly these provisions should be carefully drafted to ensure that companies can engage in their basic business practices and secure their own systems and the regulatory structures and enforcement mechanisms must be tailored to our US approach. However, the law must recognize an individual's ongoing interest in his or her own data and assert the right of the individual to understand the consequential decisions made about them third. Congress should prohibit the collection use and sharing of certain types of data. When not necessary for the immediate provision of the service one way to do. This is to declare it presumptively unfair under section five of the FTC act for companies to use highly sensitive, data such as location information, microphone and camera information children's information, health information and biometrics for secondary purposes. Forth, the FTC should it. Be expressly empowered to investigate data abuses that results in discriminatory advertising and other practices and finally fifth. A federal privacy law should be clear on its face and provides specific guidance to companies and markets about legitimate data practices. The law should ensure that the Federal Trade Commission is empowered to enforce and provided with sufficient resources and original finding authority congress should explicitly empower the state attorneys general to enforce the law and any implementing rules achieving meaningful baseline privacy legislation will be challenging, but it is essential to continuing American leadership on innovation creating confidence and certainty for individuals and for institutions and restoring lost consumer trust your leadership is needed urgently. Thank you knew LA O'Connor, president of the center. Her for democracy, and technology. Here's Senate Commerce Committee chair John thune. Thank you, MS O'Connor. We're right into the questions. Dr Yellen has you know Facebook is now being investigated by Ireland's data protection authority in response to the recent cyberattack ninety million users. I think this is an interesting case study that will help our members better understand how the GDP are is likely to be enforced. Could you explain what your role be as the head of GDP our enforcement? I just went to explain if you allow me the the functioning of the one-stop shop mechanism, according to the GPO, how does this work in practice when it cross-border cases issued Laura cross-border data breach is issued like this. With the Facebook issue. We will look into the system who is going to be the lead supervisory authority in this case will show. This is Ireland Ireland the Irish GPC is going to put this in the internal system because we have share a common IT system and Irish. Is asking the other. They protection authorities. If they think that they are concerned, they are concerned as was or people in their countries are offended to and in most of these cases, and this this it will be that all the other data protection. Authorities are concerned authorities. That's the first step. The second step is the Irish GPC is investigating. The case is the interlocutor for Facebook. And then is making a draft decision on this date the bridge and chess these draft decision with the other concerned authorities. The concern. Other concerned authorities have any objections and the Irish GPC doesn't take this into account for that raft. It will trigger the the board. And this issue is coming to the board who is who is working as a patrician mechanism. And if they can't come to a common decision than the board decides whether these objections the Irish GPC has to take into account and not with a two-third maturity and the Irish teepees and the Irish GPC has to follow this decision of the board. That means the board is only then in in able to act then there are. When the when the deep and not in line together, if they're not of the same opinion regarding the decision on the case, then we're going to the best of your knowledge. How many GDP our investigations have been opened so far cross yield so far at this at this moment. We have that the figures are from the first of Dover. We have two hundred seventy two cases regarding identifying who is going to be the lead supervisory authority, and who is going to be consensus advisory authority just to give an example, most of the cases the Irish or the Luxembourgers DP lead supervisor authority Allston supervisory authority is in five cases lead supervisor earth. Righty? And there are there are two hundred four to three issues, regarding mutual assistance. According to article sixty one of the cheap, and there are already made to twenty three opinions regarding data protection impact assessment. So you see a beginning with the twenty fifth of may the board is already working on quite a quite many cases too. Busy docket. Yes. Yes. So from your perspective, what company practices have generated the most complaints or concern? From consumers. I think the the complaints that are most at the moment. There are complaints regarding. Consent. Mr mcallister. I'm sorry. Mr. McTaggart business have raised concerns that the CPA will interfere with or even prohibit certain practices that consumers like for example. Some retailers of suggested that the law will make it impossible for them to have customer loyalty programs that reward their best customers. Do you think these are fair concerns? Senator this. This is one that we've heard before. And frankly, it just mystifies. We can't see anything in the law that prohibits loyalty cards. In fact, we think that. There's nothing that prohibits companies have a first party relationship with consumers for using their data. Consensus. We can't see that. I'm happy to respond to any of your staff members in the arts after okay? So if that's the case, I mean, the question of whether how you would address them in federal legislation and maintain the same level of consumer privacy protection seems via an area of discussion. Obviously, you say that that's not it's not an issue. But that's an argument that's being made by those that are in that industry. I think one of the one of the concerns and Senator Mark Bright up is with respect to whether you're able to offer different. Different pricing. Mechanisms consumers who want to have? Privacy. Put it put a premium privacy or not it's a it's a thorny issue where we ended up saying is that the companies were able to we limited it, and we said that the choice can't be coercive. I mean, the companies increased price for privacy can be coercive. Can't use your ears can't be unjust or unreasonable. I think we always tried to strike a balance, and that struck striking a balance to allow companies to have a different arrangement consumers who want privacy. And this is this is I will say this scenario contention because some people feel very strongly that there should be absolutely no differentiation where we feel that let the market decide along that we have some certain basic limitations that that is a way of allowing the company's flexibility because you don't wanna station where you're saying that the company has to offer product for free. Are there any provision of the that you think could benefit from further revision or glorification? I know there's some discussion out there about doing that before it becomes enacted. We just spent a couple of years doing this and the. Opponents will say it was quickly done badly drafted. But essentially the rush part was actual passing the legislation in the final couple of weeks. And that was rush. But essentially the language was taken from the initiatives. So we feel it works. Very well. As is we gave up some things that that was just part of the compromise. There's a whistle blower vision in there, and I do feel like that that would have been nice to have. Because sometimes it's so hard understand what's going on in these very complicated companies that I think that would have been a useful thing to have. But importantly, one of the things that we did was we gave the California attorney general the right to issue regulations. And I think that's so important going forward. If you do a federal Bill to give the rulemaking authority to the enforcing authority because you don't want to build there's going to be stuck in time. And so we feel that because we gave the the right to issue regulations that will allow the Bill to be flexible with time. Thank you, Senator market. Democrat from Massachusetts. Thank you, Mr Chairman Smalley should companies be able to tell consumers that if they don't agree to share non essential data. They cannot receive the service or the product. No, no. They shouldn't be able to tell. I think that really gets back to the idea to the question of what constitutes choice in a notice or choice know, even if we have no noticing choice, which is as I've said before I think not enough. I think we still need use restrictions as well. But a choice has to be a real choice. I think this is something that the GDP yard as well. It says that consent must be freely given when a company says except our our practices with your data or don't use the service. That's not a free choice. Great now should companies be allowed to offer financial incentives in exchange for Americans personal information. I support a general is support skepticism toward financial incentives for for for for for certain data practices because I do recognize that while there may be a value that consumers enjoy in exchange for their data as Mr. McTaggart just mentioned often times the financial incentives that companies offer or the financial penalties that they Levy against consumers who who declined to to give consents. Are are not truly. Are not truly commensurate with the value of the information that has the company realizes that they are in fact, coercive, so should companies only be permitted to collect the information that is central to providing the service of product in question should a flashlight app collect information about my interest and location. Yes, right. Yeah. No, I agree with you information collected by a site or service should only be that information that is necessary to actually provide the site or service that seems like a bare minimum so miss AT. And T recently announced that it will stop sharing uses location information with data brokers. Facebook has stated that it will stop allowing advertisers. To use information about users race and religion to exclude some users some seeing particular advertisements. Do you agree that such practices should be banned? Not just left to voluntary compliance by companies should a federal privacy Bill established limits on how companies can use Americans information, not reliable. On voluntary actions taken by individual companies federal privacy, veil, absolutely should establish limits. At the case that you mentioned with major phone carriers. Providing location information about their consumers to to third parties who had paid for it. Completely agree. Just use of consumer information. Richard consumers have the right to access correct. Delete their personal information inconsistent with existing laws. Yes. Should congress established enhanced data security standards to protect consumers private information? Absolutely sorely. Let me move onto children's privacy would like to go to you this to McTaggart. It's a subject to Senator Blumenthal. And I I've been working on. In twenty eighteen. We're seeing issue after issue where children's privacy is being compromised on the author of the nineteen ninety eight children's online privacy Protection Act capo, which is a law, which I wrote back in nineteen ninety eight with congressman Billy toes in. Mctaggart the California law requires both online and offline companies, regardless of whether these businesses tiger children to obtain opt in consent from parents of children under thirteen before collecting or selling their personal data. In addition companies will be required to obtain affirmative consent consumers between the ages of thirteen and sixteen in order to sell their data this McTaggart. Do you believe a federal law should also grants special protections for thirteen fourteen fifteen year olds? Yes. Do you agree with that this morning? Yes. In terms of the eraser button. Which? At least should be usable by parents with children fifteen and under you agree that there should be a racer button, which is part of the law. So that if a twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen year old has done something online, which is inappropriate that doesn't haunt him for the rest of their life that they should be able to just demand through the parent that that information is a race. You agree with that, Mr. McTaggart? Yes, Senator and all I would say is that the first amendment does imply have implications here. And so when we look into it it gets a little difficult. But yes, I do this morning. Yes. As the as the mother of a five year old, I am terrified about the things that I know he will surely posted online when he has thirteen I do support a right to deletion of some sort for Tecate in can we square that with the first amendment this? I think that there are I think that there are ways to do it. Yes. Okay. Great. Do you agree with that mystery? Absolutely. Yes. I just think it's it's twenty then it looks. Okay. Great. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Senator. Mark. You Senator wicker doctor yelling, Nick. Under EU policy. You board could have chosen the regulation route or the directive route a regulation. It places a binding legal force throughout the continent. A directive would simply had each country trying to implement according to their own national laws. GDP are regulation route. The goal. Was and is to have one set of rules that are interpreted in a uniform way throughout the continent. Why did you do that? And why was it important to have one data privacy policy instead of each member country having your own? Thanks Senator for this question. The U E you already had a data protection directive from nine hundred ninety five on and these data protection directive had to get into the national laws for the of the twenty eight Member States. So we had diversified laws. Even if the head the same fundament and during the last twenty years, the EU consider that it would be much better to have one applicable law. According for the whole continent for the holy you. And so it started in two thousand twelve to negotiate the regulation and the regulation was finalized in two thousand sixteen and entered into and entered into force and entered into application of the twenty fifth of may two thousand eighteen to have one continent. One law. Okay. With regard to. To to how it's being implemented. And how people have reacted to this. There've been reports that opponent implementation several companies shut down their operations blocked access to European users or required European consumers to pay for access to online content content. Could you comment about that? Is that been overblown accurate in in what I've stated there, and why would the companies have done so? I can't I can't contribute to why the companies have done that. But as far as I can tell you is most of the companies Ida side of the ocean US companies and European companies preparing quite well for the entering into. Location of the peo-. Had more than two years time to prepare the twenty fifth of may was not the end of..

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"laura cross" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"A new career at sixty three the heart surgeon from skillman New. Jersey joined the navy after. Receiving a waiver that permitted him to, enter the reserves a year passed a typical age limit principally because people with his skills are in. Demand quote sometimes I say to myself. How do I get into this why don't I just relaxing sit in. My backyard and drinks a beer but. That's. Not, my style I've always been on the move and hopefully I'll always be on the. Move cross said I feel surgically I'm in my prime I could still operate. Very well, if I can give back and. Help some of our young men and women. In the military that's what I wanna do. So Krause was. Commissioned. A commander. Aboard destroyer USS Ramage where. His twenty seven year old daughter Laura, is an ensign and performed the ceremony she was the first. Person he saluted I can't even describe to you with this means to me right now she said, the two of. Always share A close. Bond that included climbing mount Kilimanjaro together and watching sports he was inspired joined the navy after speaking with his daughters recruiter who was. In the medical corps and. Mentioned the navy had a shortage of surgeons he thought it's one more way to connect with his. Daughter while also helping others I don't ever see this man retiring Laura cross told her shipmates on the Ramage's flightdeck she has good. Reason to believe that after all her father has already worked in private medicine, practice for decades when he, earned his law degree at night? After his hospital shifts when, he was in his fifties he also moonlighted, as a philosophy professor at. Rutgers University of New Jersey Krause said he doesn't have any plans to slow down he, notes that his, own practice when people. Come into him with heart problems are often retirees and those who lived to one hundred ten to stay active that's a good. Motto we said just don't. Stop he wants to help young hospital, Cormon learn about treating patients with trauma and is excited about the possibility of working aboard a hospital. Ship like the US NS comfort which. Is homeported in Norfolk for now he'll serve once a month in the. Navy clinic and sandy hook New Jersey But just minutes. After he was commissioned he started serving in another way by doing, a bit of recruiting of his own to let others know it's never too late. To try something new quote a lot of people don't even know you can join. The reserves and contribute a lot of people in the private sector have a lot of. Skills they can bring to the navy and the military general he said you may be forty years old or fifty years old and your profession may be something that's necessary in the military you can certainly give, back joining the reserves so stand tall doctor Tyrone Krause frontlines of freedom. And all of our nation's patriots sue you this concludes. The first hour of the show starts the second hour with retired marine general and congressman Jack Bergman and of course we'll conclude with our weekly mailbag military. History and our armed. America report, this is going. To Danny Gillerman frontlines of freedom it's beautiful outside go out and run a couple of miles a wind sprints then grab some protein and rehydrate with water finally put, a big smile on your proud to be an American face and send me your thoughts by Email or, on Facebook.

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"laura cross" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on FoodStuff

"And burns thirstier in the sand full breeze she no more swept to the house tended the fouls or cows fetched honey needed cakes of wheat brought water from the brook but sat down listless in the chimney knock and would not eat tinder lizzy could not bear to watch her sisters cankerous care yet not to share she night in morning caught the goblins cry come by orchard fruits come by combi beside the brook along the glenn she heard the tramp of the goblin men the voice and stir poor laura could not here long to buy fruit to comfort her but feared to pay to do she thought of jeanie in her grave who should have been a bride but who for joys brides hoped to have fell sick and died in her gay prime in earliest wintertime with the first glazing rhyme with the first snowfall of chris wintertime till laura dwindling seemed knocking at death's door then lizzie weighed no more better and worse but put a silver penny in her purse kissed laura crossed the heath with clumps of furs at twilight halted by the brook and for the first time in her life began to listen and look laughed every goblin when they spied her peeping came towards her hobbling flying running leaping puffing and blowing chuckling clapping crowing clucking and gobbling mopping and mowing full of airs and graces pulling ri faces demure grimaces catlike and rat like radel and wombat like snailpaced in a hurry parrot voiced in whistler helter skelter hurry scurry chattering magpies fluttering pigeons gliding like fishes hugged her and kissed her squeezed her and caressed her stretched up their dishes penny offers plates look it our apples russet in done bobbitt our charities bite that our peaches citrons dates grapes for the asking pairs red with basking out in the sun plums on their twigs pluck them and suck them pomegranates feeds good folk said lizzy mindful of genie give me much diminishing held out her apron toss them her penny nee take a seat with us on our and eat with us they answered grinning feast is but beginning night yet is only warm and do early wake full in stari such fruits as these no man can carry half their bloom would fly half their do with dry half their flavor would pass by sit down and feast with us be welcome guest with us cheer you in rest with us thank you said lizzy but one weights at home alone for me so without further parlaying if you will not sell me.

"laura cross" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Perfect it always makes me laugh i appreciate it take care but i got set thomas to mitchell everybody here on the show we'll we'll we'll on pack a little bit of what i just heard from thomas when we come back here hey listeners just wanted to take a minute to thank all of my great sponsors and all of you great listeners for supporting this podcast certainly couldn't do this show without either of you and i wanted to remind you that you can support my sponsors by going to my show page podcast onecom clicking on the support this podcast button and there you'll see all of my wonderful sponsors said helped make this show possible so thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting now back to the show stay tuned for sixty seconds amy news headlines right after this podcast oh yeah we just watched and at t employees run forty are dashes uh mark mark from t in you at t you media productions whatever that it's no i did it first got first guy aided you said yesterday over a half have half laura cross putting flurries and there's not a dnf he finished somebody's five here on five wasn't tnf it was a wtf on the finishing five five is fast so thomas dmitrov was that interesting is great if you you're matt ryan's representation here wait until aaron rodgers now that no no no arron rogers is one thing you can't sit there even if you're matt ryan say i want to arm the better than i rogers but you can damn well short i want better than kirk cousins 0 for show cashing damn well sure i want better than jimmy garoppolo we are and right you're an mvp and you were in herat a drive away from winning the super bowl so you deserve to get paid but if you're matt ryan's representation you're like a thomas like uh like weinberg gary coal from facing right.

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"laura cross" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Deal with next week what you're talking about death willis it's partly out unless they decide to pull it again bruce willis is going to be charles bronson this weekend in movie theaters and we will be covering deathwish two thousand eighteen next tuesday and then the week after that we'll get back to the last jolie tomb raider movie this tomb raider film i mentioned its budget was one hundred and fifteen it did a little better than that it made one hundred thirty if the state so who was a smash everyone's on the line about this like laura cross really this film a now if you take the international it made two hundred seventy five million that was enough to immediately green light a sequel to be out two years later his nothing's better than when you russia sequel k i don't know anything about it but we'll rush there in two weeks episode justin steward thank you for joining me till next time game over i pushed to do everything in the fierceness of my own battles strove to tell you that which would and spy keep you safe i love you so much sudden his soon your never thank you for listening to this episode of now playing podcast we hope you enjoyed the show 'tempus fugit time come back to now playing podcast dot com each week for another knew who the review podcast everything announced is meant to for and in the now playing podcast dot com or call kyw's you can find reviews of other video game movies including resident evil doubled dragon super mario brothers though wizard streetfighter and wore number you with us more time than unprepared to commit to this enterprise also at our site you can find hundreds of other movie reviews including star wars a nightmare announce street independence day the adventures films back to the future batman superman the fast and furious and bore welcomes to the debts.

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"laura cross" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"laura cross" Discussed on DLC

"I would argue that laura cross personality was stolen from women with personality and uncharted let's not it's not have this fi i'll be the snarky one we start talking about crapper mvr but what i'm talking about right now is i i liked the way that they play their animosity toward each other in that they need each other and and i hope it dives into that more than that i liked that they showed classic uncharted game play for me the biggest question after was the playstation experience was the kind of showed someone walking through a beautiful environment but we got the jeep we got run and we got jump in we got all of that awesome stuff that uncharted games are but then also with its own feel that is showing how these two people are may be different than nate i am so excited for this game yeah it looks really good it's like oh we get a bonus uncharted game that feels like its own thing it just it just feel special it's looks really good in looks led the product does it look like the vita game you know what i mean it's not like unp's at all yeah this is this is a list material here it it it recently seems that way i am kicking myself for not making the prediction in our prediction show last week that i was planning to say i just it just slipped reminded me it made me tell ya the horizon zero don d lca announcement i thought that was definitely gonna happen and it did and i'm so happy because reserved on is such a special game i didn't think it was going to be coming up this year i thought it would be a little soon for deal see but it is and we're getting what looks to be some really awesome deal see for horizon zeroed on a new area.

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