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"laura murphy" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"All right. Adam, you remember the time in Las Vegas when I told you to stop, I said, holy shit, there's cowboy Cerrone, and you took a picture with a guy and it was just a guy there for the rodeo and a cowboy. Adam was feeling embarrassed took a picture with him with his fist up. The guy just sitting there like with a big belt buckle looking at him, I was like, well, he won the title for something. I don't know who this guy is, but he had a massive belt buckle. That is funny. So Amanda lemos has taken on Michelle Waterson, lemos was a girl who was beating remember she was doing well again, Jessica Andrade her last fight. Got mad and put her like a standing arm triangle. Right. Against the karate hottie, man, this is a tough one too. No, it's not. Who wins? Lema, she's definitely gonna kill water. Waterson, she just, I've lost all faith in her. So Amanda lemos all fucking day. All right, Muslim. Which, by the way, for those of you keeping count, that's two that mccorkle and I have agreed on. So water stems and nothing. Get your parley in there. Get it in there. Muslim has taken on Lee, jingle young. Legion Liang. And the winner, the loser gets to put it. Just fine. I already know I can tell you guys the podcast. I guarantee you. It's going to be Muslim by care. Thank you. I'm trying to, yeah, I'm trying to make the intelligence. I was perfect, actually. That was great. All right. Also, Lauren Murphy is hanging on miesha Tate. Miesha tape, by the way, had a natural childbirth. I guess when she was in Singapore and took her like she wanted to do it naturally and was like, they're for like 72 hours or something. This is like crazy fact about her. I know I would travel Singapore if I was days away from expecting a baby. That's where I would want to be. No, I think she was working there. She was like working for one on championship. Remember she was like the head. Well, 9 months pregnant? She's tough. Laura Murphy is obviously the one who used to be on heroin, who quit heroin. By the way, yeah. Question, I thought miesha Tate retired. Nope. She's fighting Laura Murphy. This Saturday a Long Island at one in the afternoon. Right, he's really fighting after giving birth in Singapore. One in the afternoon now, these ladies got to go home, take care of the kids. They got a lot on their plate. So she gave birth like four years ago. It wasn't like she just gave that last week at Singapore. I'm just saying she's a very tough one. And with Adam with four years ago news, probably well, if you guys heard or not, but we landed on the moon. Make sure to stay on a child. Graduating from college this weekend. Congratulations,
"laura murphy" Discussed on MMA Roasted
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Bloomberg Radio New York
"laura murphy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A special edition of Bloomberg best from Bloomberg lives equality summit on Charlie pellet Meta is one of the world's biggest tech giants with over three and a half billion monthly active users Roy Austin junior is the first vice president for civil rights and deputy general counsel at Mehta and works to embed a public policy and civil rights lens to meta's business structure Here's Austin junior speaking with Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner on his role in future goals for meta Look so it is unique in that I don't know that exists anywhere This whole vice president of civil rights idea It came out of an audit that was done by Laura Murphy longtime ACLU attorney Facebook invited her in when we were Facebook before Invite her in to do an audit She spent two years doing the audit came up with a 117 recommendations And one of those recommendations was to create this position vice president of civil rights And when I was approached about this at first I'm like why would I do this Because this doesn't exist Then thought about the reach that meta has 3.5 billion monthly users and I said you know if I can do something with civil rights at this scale that would be incredibly important potentially And from there have built a team of 11 Covering areas from voting and civic engagement to artificial intelligence to product policy and then also working on law enforcement and so those are kind of the pillars of the civil rights program at a tech company All right so the very important question why did you want to work at meta It is in the press constantly.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"laura murphy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To a special edition of Bloomberg best from Bloomberg lives equality summit I'm Charlie palette Meta is one of the world's biggest tech giants with over three and a half billion monthly active users Roy Austin junior is the first vice president for civil rights and deputy general counsel at meta and works to embed a public policy and civil rights lens to meta's business structure Here's Austin junior speaking with Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner on his role in future goals for meta Look so it is unique in that I don't know that exists anywhere This whole vice president of civil rights idea It came out of an audit that was done by Laura Murphy longtime ACLU attorney Facebook invited her in when we were Facebook before Nevada invite her in to do an audit She spent two years doing the audit came up with a 117 recommendations And one of those recommendations was to create this position vice president of civil rights And when I was approached about this at first I'm like why would I do this Because this doesn't exist Then thought about the reach that meta has 3.5 billion monthly users and I said you know if I can do something with civil rights at this scale that would be incredibly important potentially And from there have built a team of 11 Covering areas from voting and civic engagement to artificial intelligence to product policy and then also working on law enforcement and so those are kind of the pillars of a civil rights program at a tech company All right so the very important question why did you want to work at meta It is in the press constantly Yeah.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"laura murphy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You're listening to a special edition of Bloomberg best from libert lives equality summit on Charlie palette Meta is one of the world's biggest tech giants with over three and a half billion monthly active users Roy Austin junior is the first vice president for civil rights and deputy general counsel of Mehta and works to embed a public policy and civil rights lens to meta's business structure Here's Austin junior speaking with Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner on his role in future goals for meta Look so it is unique in that I don't know that exists anywhere This whole vice president of civil rights idea It came out of an audit that was done by Laura Murphy longtime ACLU attorney Facebook invited her in when we were Facebook before Nevada Invite her in to do an audit She spent two years doing the audit came up with a 117 recommendations And one of those recommendations was to create this position vice president of civil rights And when I was approached about this at first I'm like why would I do this Because this doesn't exist Then thought about the reach that meta has 3.5 billion monthly users and I said you know if I can do something with civil rights at this scale that would be incredibly important potentially And from there have built a team of 11 Covering areas from voting and civic engagement to artificial intelligence to product policy and then also working on law enforcement and so those are kind of the pillars of the civil rights program at a tech company All right so the very important question why did you want to work at meta It is in the press constantly.
"laura murphy" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Gives a shit. But. Maybe so yeah, there's been a couple times. I just wish I had learned those lessons, you know when I was younger if I had had been in wrestling at all and maybe had a wrestling coach that could have given me some guidance. I don't think you were the kids as like not even registering on their life lessons that they're learning from wrestling and from you, you know, swearing. Oh, looking at parents, they're all laughing when I said dickhead. They were all like we got a cool coach kind of a thing, you know? So I was like, I felt cool. I felt, you know what's even crazier, so this little kid who's black, he was covered in practice, right? And he was like, watching practice. And I can tell he's like, one of the wrestlers. I'm like, hey man, you want to come to practice. See the kid comes, and I gave him my shoes. I had these shoes like these fucking great wrestling shoes. And the kid wins a match dude, the smile on his kid's face. Like, literally like, I mean, that makes everything worth it. Laura Murphy, so are you still in Dallas? No, I'm in Houston. So yes. I've been here for a couple years now. Fucking love it. We love Houston. It's the shit. Yeah, yeah, okay, so you move. Now, originally, you guys moved to Dallas where he moved to Houston. We moved to Houston. Yeah, I've never lived in Dallas, but I think Joe's competed there a few times, and then I've been up there a couple times for different. So you were at Fortis, right? And I've never been to Fortis, never met that coach. I know, Adam, it's like we've never met almost. Why do I always think that you train with the black beast for some reason? We do, but we're in Houston, so we both train with bob Perez, down at Main Street. Right? Yeah. Yeah, I feel it all over Houston. The good thing about Houston is there's so many different places to train. There's just so many world renowned coaches, gyms, trading partners out here. It's awesome. There's high level jiu-jitsu and boxing and Muay Thai. So I can float around a lot, but in my last 5 fights, it's been bob Alex's name and my husband and my corner. Nice. Now I think your husband's great..
"laura murphy" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Name again. Parents McKinney. Yeah, so I'm gonna go with Terrence. I do remember Terrence. I saw a saw his spy. And I remember hearing about a store. I just couldn't remember his name, but yeah. Yeah, he's got crazy story. Yeah. And then who do you like to try to make Darren till versus Sean Strickland? Oh, man. He's a nut job, Strickland that beats up all his training partners, and he's like, we'll be coming to part two, but even worse. Yeah, no, I mean, I'm familiar with him. I don't know. I think I'm gonna go with two. I'm gonna go with Darren. Really? Yeah. He's looking terrible. 'cause I mean, like, I don't know. I guess I always think the underdog, you know? I mean, yeah, I know. I lost three in a row. Apparently. He lost Peter all but not really. Come back. I don't know. I guess I just always want to be an electron too. I just, I don't know, sometimes I want to see like a, you know, the person has been doing the worst kind of come out on top, I don't know. Yeah, UFC one 25 women's ranking. How hard is it, by the way if you make one 25? It's not hard for me. It's still sucks. You know, having a cut late in the sauna and the bath. I mean, it's never fun. Ever. But make it happen. We make it happen. Are you looking at a bad movie when you do it? And then like your boyfriend tries to cheer you up, but it's just to pay in the ass. Honestly, I just like when someone tries to cheer me on that it kind of irritates me. 'cause I'm like, I like to get in my head. Like, I don't need to be cheered on. Just let me sit here and silence. You know what I mean? Let me suffer in silence. That's all I need. Have you ten? That's gotta be bullshit, right? There's no way. I think I'm number 7. Whatever you're looking at, it's probably not been updated, but I've been seeing 7. They got chip chinko first. The guy Jessica and drive second, which I don't know, I feel like and then they got Caitlin two Kagan third Jennifer Maya Laura Murphy, Alexa Grasso, Talia Santos, Vivian, a Raju, Roxanne that you, there's no way that's true, right?.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"laura murphy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg 11 three O in New York To Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99 one to Boston Bloomberg one O 6 watt This Francisco Bloomberg 9 60 to the country Syria's exam one 19 and around the globe the Bloomberg business side And Bloomberg radio dot com This is Bloomberg businessweek With Carol matter and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steine on Bloomberg radio At this week's Bloomberg equality summit I spoke with a panel that's taking some of the shine off the concept of investing in environmental social and governance initiatives The agitators a group drawing attention to the downside of ESG on the panel Tarek fancy founder and CEO of the rumi initiative also the former chief investment officer for sustainable investing at BlackRock Laura Murphy president of the law firm that bears her name a pioneer of the corporate civil rights audit She's known for conducting racial audits of Facebook and air-b-n-b Also Barbara and Bernard founder and CIO at wincrest capital This excerpt of our conversation begins with Tarek expressing his skepticism of ESG The answer to climate change is clearly every Nobel Prize winning economists are telling us it has to be paused to reform Starts with a price on carbon that is a systemic reform that addresses a systemic problem that has to be government action And I think that the economic system is being so seized by a set of narratives that have underlie the system and are almost invisible that emerged in the 80s that tell us that free markets solve all problems But even when Facebook market failures you know 13 years after the financial crisis we're still sort of pitching our ride to a set of solutions that don't really work And the problem is the asset management industry is incentivized today No one wants taxes and regulation even if that's clearly the solution And climate change is going to cost money Someone's going to have to pay And so faced with that reality there is an incentive to sort of take one hand and hold off taxes and regulation with a set of narratives that say that business will solve these problems all by themselves Kind of like a sports game where you know the athletes We don't need referees will self referee and good sportsmanship answer And then into the growing social angst it starts to develop because people see nothing getting done On these major problems then there's an incentive to sell a bunch of products that for the most part have no empirical evidence that all that they create any kind of impact or lower emissions but are lucrative particularly for financial for asset managers who are facing free pressure for largely increasingly commoditized products Barbara what should come in on this Because over the summer we did see the European market for sustainable investing contracted by 2 trillion there was kind of a rethink because of the introduction of anti greenwashing rules So does that tell you that maybe we're getting smarter about ESG Or do you still think a lot of the ESG that's out there is nonsense I think ESG needs to be disrupted I believe in ESG two And ESG two is about materiality and authenticity And that's the portfolio that sits at the intersection of profit and purpose So I believe in a lot of what direction but I'm not as jaded I'm hopeful And so I think ESG one was either investing in naturally low carbon tech companies or the index hugging just slightly overweight tech slightly underweight energy and that is nonsense And that is brainwashing And when you talk about this big numbers in ESG the problem is 70% of ESG money is passively invested So we will not have an energy transition unless we happen investor transition And so the reason engine one was so unpopular or engine number one was so popular that I think was it enabled these large passive asset managers to take an ESG box without changing their passive investment strategies So I'd say we've gone from passive to passive aggressive And if I look at that strategy if even if they get everything they want what are they doing accelerating the demise of Exxon I'm not sure that's the answer either I think ESG two is active management Because I think you get what you inspect not what you expect Laura come on in because I think you have created a new format for companies to really take an inward look Talk to us about what we're doing Do you really think companies are something's happening that they are looking much more inward when it comes to their biases and how they approach customers and clients and how they do things We don't want green Washington type activities in the civil rights spaces Over 500 corporations said something after the murder of George Floyd And you know there were a lot of good statements and they were charitable contributions and there were a few good programs But companies need to go deeper And so I've outlined what I think is a set of baseline practices for companies to use if they are serious about ending discrimination within their own walls And it goes further than diversity equity and inclusion I mean we're asking questions We want companies to ask questions like are my products hurting communities Do people with disabilities have access to our platform Are we locating toxic waste plants in minority communities only is our facial recognition software working on people with darker skin and how do we address those practices and make companies more equitable so that they stop hurting people That was Laura Murphy Barbara and Bernard and Tarek fancy Check out that full conversation you can do that by going to Bloomberg live dot com clicking on the equality summit.
Democracy Now! Audio
"laura murphy" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"To this team williams. I would agree with that. It only happens to be the case that charleston are both alumni of grambling state university. Out we are probably trained quite similarly by some of the same people so we are re well aware and very capable of understanding when there's coded language to say that the fight over culture. The fight over states' rights is something that We have to confront from the civil war. That really is the war that we continue to. Wage reconstruction had some adjustments to make in. It seemed as though in a southern states in particular that there would be some reckoning with the federal versus the state issues. But we know that the conversation that says that the civil war was fought around. States rights is not as authentic as one that really does grapple with the civil war is being about enslavement in about the humanity of people in who gets to choose so much of what we see in the margaret garner story which inspires beloved is about an inability for even slaveholders to grapple with the legalese whether to charge her with murder because if they charged with murder it means that that child was to be considered a full human so they are not to and decide to focus more on the destruction of property and then to sell her off to louisiana. So i think books like beloved really do force us to have real conversations about history into think about the culture wars and what it means to lose a culture war in the cradle of the confederacy. It's not lost on any of us that this is an issue that is raising. Its head in virginia in particular yulia. Finally as we've just lost dean williams your final comments on how this is playing out in the last few days of this race in virginia. Well it's interesting you know. We saw that That young put out. I believe it was monday or to think it was monday. And it although beloved wasn't mentioned in the ad in the book was explicitly mentioned. It didn't take long for opposition researchers or journalists to google laura murphy and find twenty thirteen washington post article about her Her efforts to ban. Beloved now laura murphy said in that article. She didn't necessarily want to ban it altogether forever from the curriculum. She said that she wanted parents. To at least have a say in what books were assigned or how say often what you know whether their children could opt out and reading a book. However we have julia. Yeah you've really seen mcauliffe's campaign Very much seize upon this especially at a time when you see a lot of big galvanisation of black voters in virginia. It'll be interesting to see. How julian manchester's thanks so much for joining us from the hill and dean dana williams of howard university. Thank you so much test for a show. A very fond farewell to two special team members. Our fellows julia thomas and adriano control us. Julia and adriano joined us before. The pandemic swept lobe demonstrated a remarkable talent and resilience. Through this difficult time. We thank you both for your dedication. Wish you the best is. You've moved forward in your careers. I mean he goodman stay safe..
CNN Political Briefing
"laura murphy" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"Three times, not four times, not 5 times 6 times endorsed by Donald Trump. Glenn young says that so much of the reason why he's running is because of Donald Trump. The other big storyline out of Virginia today in this race is education. Now, as you know, we've talked on this podcast Glen youngkin has made education front and center. Basically, education, and taxes. Those are the issues he's running on, and even though Terry mcauliffe is trying to make him Donald Trump, he also reminds everyone every day as he did again today that Donald Trump's name is not on the ballot, it's Terry mcauliffe versus Glenn youngkin, and he's been portraying himself at least tonally and rhetorically as a different kind of Republican. And as an outsider who's new to politics. But it is this education issue and parents rights that he has seized upon as the way he believes to unify the Trump base and bring back some of those independence in the suburbs who drifted away from Republicans in the Trump years so that he can form a winning coalition in a state that has really drifted to the Democrats since 2008. Here he was on this issue today. By the way, it's a fundamental riding, Virginia to be engaged in your child's education and Terry mcauliffe just doesn't believe that he has said over and over and over again that he wants government between parents and their children and so as we hear from parents who email me and text me and call me and say, stay stand up for our kids, too. It just goes to show that virginians have a chance to do something in Virginia that's gonna have an effect on the whole country. Young can also as a digital ad out where he is using the testimonial of Laura Murphy, the mother who pushed to have the option to opt out for her child of some reading assignments in school, specifically, when her son was assigned to read beloved, that famous novel by Toni Morrison. She did not like the explicit sexual and violence passages in that book and wanted to be able to opt out. And in fact, legislators in Virginia, a bipartisan group of legislators passed a law when Terry mcauliffe was governor to actually allow parents to.
Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"laura murphy" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"Task for lauren. Murphy upset chango right. Yeah i mean look at the odds you know was twelve hundred now at mgm. Yesterday now minus fifteen hundred right. I mean it's just you know and you know the shevchenko might be the greatest women's fighter in ufc history. I mean a lot of people. Say that amanda newness and amanda peter twice but amanda is a much bigger woman and especially the second fight they had and both fights were extremely extremely close and you know shevchenko might be the absolute best and she has been so dominant over. Everybody that. I just don't see a way. Laura murphy wins this lawrence a tough woman and her story is really inspiring. I wrote about that today on yahoo sports and she overcame drug and alcohol abuse and all sorts of things in her life but You know in valentina shevchenko we may be looking at the goat and i. I don't see anybody out there. Other than amanda. Who really can handle. Will we see that flight ever again happened between the two of them. One hundred percent. You know They both fighters wanted dana dana. Watch the fight so you know it just will be a matter of timing. You know women is the time right. It wouldn't surprise me if it was sometime early next year but You know. Amanda i shoot me valentin after. Feel like. she's gotten all done what she wants to. One twenty five before she goes back up to thirty five cabinet yet or on this. I know all pub is good pub but conor mcgregor singing take me out to the ball game and that opening first pitch that he threw at wrigley last night. What was that well. at least you know. Connor is not a baseball player. So i guess a lot better than some of the stuff he's been doing recently. Been acting like a complete idiot. With the way he's been treating people and talking and the thing it's vm. As and everything else. He's been doing so i'll give him that. At least you know. It wasn't the best pitch i've ever seen but it wasn't as bad as fifty cents. You know he had a little bit of zip on fifty cents was like you know. I think my basset house. That's on a better kitchen tent. Kevin good stuff penalty this weekend. Appreciate the time thanks brother. That's kevin i only at kevin. I on twitter to follow him. Boxing coverage mma coverage for yahoo sports on the progressive of guests line drivers progressive. Save an average seven hundred dollars per year. If you've not heard connors take me out to the ball game. You will unfortunately get it next year. Pushing the odds..
"laura murphy" Discussed on MMA Fighting
"I'm really intrigued about the patty pimple potential mattress patty pinball versus grand dawson from our friend brennan nunez. We're going to start up with him. Grand dawson getting ready to fight. Diego fajita on october seconds So if he loses. Maybe do that. But i do not want to see patty pimlott in there with a guy. Like grant dawson right now. Just no no slow. Build grand is a very dangerous guy. maybe someday couple more wins. We see we can start talking about that but no we can't do that Rowntree versus ahlberg. Don't mind that aspen also till versus your hall and then brunson versus cannon here. I have a feeling we're going to see a lot of those. So if i see that again. i probably won't read it again. Patty family versus jamie malarkey. Lot of patty pin love Poppy underscore brian's Molly mccann versus miranda maverick ak eminem. Eminem hashtag on. I'll work that out. Yeah patty the body versus. I know i mentioned malarkey. But milwaukee's getting ready to fight devante smith so maybe the winner of that thought about loser. Grant dawson cd apple. It's slow roll. Correct poppy rowntree versus ed. Herman ak yeah. I saw that a lot. I'm definitely for it. Was not the number one listenership and i saw. I have a feeling. You'll it'll come up as you go on Morona versus any short-notice fight over. That's yeah i mean if you're asking what marana will do probably take another another astronaut verse ikai or the loser of chris dhaka's versus shamila abdurahim off. So we could go that own. Carol marc andre burial versus alessio de chirico. Okay yeah. I think there's some concern. I don't know just east coast. She'll be fine. I think if might released hopefully not i. I wouldn't mind enough light. But the kind of try somewhat trending in ops directions good matchup juliana rosa versus lauren. Murphy feels that with the win. Arose should get the laura murphy fights. Your name was supposed to get originally. I liked that for loan jackson. versus cody. stayman that's a fine match up as well mccain versus. Jj aldrich who i don't believe is books she just wanted to. That's the most popular. When i saw from mccain i i also think what does the one that makes the most sense if i were if i had matched up mccan Say this now. Because of course i'm stealing from listeners. Aldrich would have been. I think the pick a boy. We'll we'll end without and clear on this. This is one that i saw. And social media bunch types clear rounds versus eve night That's the big one. I got so many of those. Yeah that was around. Cheever determined was number two round versus number. One that's the one listeners. Wanna see. I think it'd be awesome behalf. There has to be like an amazing height disparity between the two right now. My crazy is william night taller. Than i think he is and he's all know. Check us out on kickoff. All right Alex jake matthews. Here's an interesting one. Patty pimlott versus tony. Ferguson ak come on. I actually didn't see anything super extreme in my Nester so that. I thought nothing close to that Jillian arosa versus gavin tucker. That's my dog. He's he likes jillian. Rosa versus gavin. Tucker john ray Molly mccann versus the loser of macy barbara versus montana la rosa. Patty pimm versus joaquim. Silva that seems about right. Cla rowntree versus dylan danilo marquez Alex monrovia jared gooden. I think a little bit of headed jarred good. Good just got his first. See win Darren versus brad. Virus ak yeah. That's that was a sensible. I'm surprised i didn't go with that. Actually think again..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"laura murphy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Monetary conditions, the more the richest families benefit disproportionately. How can bodies like the Federal Reserve help in this process? Yeah, That's a great question, and I've seen that piece. Actually, I think she's terrific. She is not my area of expertise to be completely honest you in terms of federal, but I do think that you know what I mean, in terms of bigger policies by something like the Fed or our policymakers. Yeah, well, like in, you know, the child care act or your ability to try and get kids out of poverty. Ability to help families have support such that They can then, uh, be working in the workplace, but at the same time, not worrying that they're going to have their kids not have the care they need. I think those are important steps, I think in general Thinking about ways that companies that are meeting certain goals are providing more support to those employees. You know, maybe there's creative ways for policy standpoint, that were, um Helping those organizations have stimulus to do those types of things. But I do think that this is a place where private sector public sector need to work together and not for profits have a role to play as well. This is a systemic Multigenerational problem as you said, well before Carol, so it's going to take all of these different aspects of our society to come together and try and make differences here. You know what's interesting, Julie? I don't know if you saw this. This was a story in Bloomberg Business Week, and it was a profile piece of Laura Murphy. She's former director of the value legislative officer. She's a pioneer of the corporate civil rights audit, which is a new tool for getting companies to really confront their role in perpetuating racial disparities. She spent two years auditing Facebook. She's a senior adviser to Airbnb. What You know, internal or external controls, do you and bein or do you think companies have to have to confront you know a firm or company or institution's role in perpetuating those racial disparities? Because sometimes there there without individuals really know it right? We talk about bias. Yeah, in data, so I'm just curious your thoughts on that. Yeah, I love that. And I think those are super important, like if you think about the way our regulatory in our financial system works like everybody is, is a defined set of terms that we do when we report our financials as a corporation, right?.
"laura murphy" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"And then we should try ETO Macy. Barbara was a girl that like I think she was like doing like a black become a black belt online courses. Like from like a blue belt on line. One of those like henzo Gracie like one of those Gracie black belt online thing. I'm not mad at her butt Shack. She lost her Roxanne. Sorry but like tore ACL and then she lost Alexa Grasso but it's actually put up a good fight. She's fighting a random average that should be a good fight as well. And then Brandon Allen fighting Pew, Holi Holi, whose nickname is story time. I like that one Andre Ewell fighting game, Say you will look like at the bank about to be homeless when you got the call from the UFC, he's fighting arcing and then Hannah Goldie, who's got the hottest onlyfans allegedly, I hear me, I can't go on it because my wife and I we share accounts but only friends I'm telling you how to Goldie. She's writing regrets one old provider at 6 and 6,000 over. Laura Murphy, can we go back really quickly and just press the fact that your wife Sharon onlyfans account and no, no, we share a regular account. So, so know if I go on only fact, we share No fans account. Yeah. Talking about someone get my black belt or whatever, something like that online. I saw this for real British, got his black belt off the other day and he's bragging about it, and people keep posting online him admitting during his podcast. If he hasn't rolled her trained in seven years. And this other, like, dude, how did you get your black belt if you haven't rolled Roofing, Seven years. And then he probably just said something like when I can expect everybody to laugh like a stand-up comedy, that's weird. All she had a goalie are only friends, good stuff. She's pretty girl sijara Eubanks who is 6 and 6 but like as a winner with Lauren Murphy, you won the Ole divider just as like no luck for us to panic hands and girl who did that. But bombed number she likes at on Jessie, just his face as a way to get her. Like, like submit her put her ass. I thought you said you didn't work at her only family. No choice. You know she's also an adult. He's also Alex Nicholson's. Baby's mom. All right. We're going to leave that alone. I know I know Ian highness is fighting age. Is the guy that got caught with ecstasy. So he went to Europe. Yeah, you know, he's your favorite story in all of them to smuggling cocaine balloons up his ass hole. Columbia and got caught and got put the Rikers Island in. And then there was like a stabbing on site against them and his mom sold the house. And now he's fighting again this week. So it's just right. Yeah. Any any spice? Greg. I listen. I want others to get back in the Winner's column. That's what he needs to do..
The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"laura murphy" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"It's got a true main event main advance with serious title implications asman lad the main event. I believe asthma lad might be the best one. Thirty five or outside of amanda nunez. So she's coming. Is this our first fight since her. Yeah yeah so she. They're throwing her back into deep. Enzo and you know can macy you know. kind of. she's she's in hyperion herself up for a long time so to see if she's a real is fun but honestly my people's main event is barbara. Maverick i can love that i. I think miranda maverick. Is you know the next woman. The next prospect is really. Give tino true challenge. We'll see no. Laura murphy does and everything but i think i think random maverick hits her peak. She's gonna be dangerous and she's very good and i'm just kinda shocked to ufc book. Despite for barbara barbara coming up two losses and true she went from lexi. them rant. Maverick match it again. Easier for macy barber so and the rest of the card kind of rules to. It's just fun by. I mean it's a card. Yeah it's so weird. How uneven because if you look at next week's card maybe they knew they were gonna have to compete with delatour and stuff like that. So i'm very excited for colin phillips. I heard from. And i've never witnessed this firsthand by him. And casey kenny. And like sean o'malley all trained up in like the glendale area. What i've heard kyle basically could do whatever he wants. Sean o'malley on the ground like when it gets to the canvas kyle. I'm gonna do this this this and this and sean o'malley has nothing for him. Obviously that's fight that's camp. It's different in a fistfight in front of thirty thousand people and a closed environment. And i've also never witnessed this firsthand but i am very interested to see his future at in banner and vive absolutely rules do Brennan soriano is my quote unquote pupils man event. Just because i think goes to exceptional middleweights who are future like top ten point eight five dollars and so it's always kind of mickey. Gosh oh 'cause you don't know what you're gonna get you know like that's one of those fighters i don't i don't believe you know a world beater you know top five ones that one top five welterweight but feel like we've been along with on this journey for a while so we're just invested in the mickey golf story so i like it good fun. He's had some his cancels fights that he's lost out on our like he's lost out on carlos condit fight academy all of air fight. It mcgill by his. I do knowledge his chances at any of those fights. But then like who's lost to diego sanchez. randy brown and mike. Perry was at his last fight. And then he's being like mike jackson sam. Pumpkin seeds north. And i'm sure a few others in there but weird career popular fighter but tangents question this five hard rules all right. Thank you.
The Product Podcast
"laura murphy" Discussed on The Product Podcast
"Create however oftentimes designing products with inclusion in mind means that not only are you addressing sort of tangible things that you're also addressing concerns that may be a little bit less visible and harder to measure so an integral part of my work on the antidiscrimination team is really understanding the social context that our products are operating within. And it's recognizing to that despite best intentions. No online platform or marketplace is immune to the problems of racism and discrimination those grave social problems. They have a real impact on the experiences. That people have or are prevented from having when using the products that we dealt and so it's critical that we measure and truly understand the impact of those problems on our communities. Look discrimination prejudice bias. These are bank anteks societal problems and globally. Every single one of us is grappling with them. They're disturbing problems. There demoralizing their daunting and their institutionalized so as global travel clock were not again immune. And that's why in two thousand sixteen. We actually set up. This antidiscrimination taskforce to tackle these problems. Had on the task force was made up of almost fifty people across the company every single function products to policy operations to employee experience and it was ultimately led by our executive team. I clear. I know you were a part of those conversations early on i was in. I remember the so well. The task force was spitting up right. As i was joining airbnb and this was some of the work i was most inspired by an played a big role in my deciding to join the company. You know the task force in the early days worked to identify experience gaps understanding the ways in which people experience our products both positive and negative. You know usually as products leaders we often focus on a golden path. We can make some assumptions as to how our product works and why it works that way and so this was about understanding where our assumptions may not necessarily apply. And we did this work with the help of some incredible experts. We were able to engage. Laura murphy the former legislative director of the aclu. We also worked with eric holder. Former attorney general and a range of really incredible civil rights.
"laura murphy" Discussed on The Corner
"All right time for the home stretch. Mma is what we're talking to close out the show had a ufc pay per view a good one. All things considered I was covering the fights. Boroughs able to go back and watch it. So i was like all don't i didn't think i would really have time to sit down and and dig into the card but it seemed like this lasted forever. But that's what happens when you have a five round fight for no reason in the middle of your main car you have a bunch of decisions tough decisions but the fights themselves did seem pretty cool. Law murphy beat drawing board. That's something i think. We both got wrong You pick lorimer. No i picked murphy. Yeah you pick gowda. Would that fight like if anybody watches it. She looked like she wanted. The first thing that they're laura murphy one second. But i saw you gave her the first and that they're a lot of people gave first and third. Yeah boy it's gonna crusher doesn't matter it's yes it's a one way ticket to hell. That's what you're fighting for. But main card light-heavyweight paul craig versus jamal hill. Jesus christ i thought it was going to keep rolling this. He ended up the one place. You don't wanna end up on the ground. And his arm one how he fought after getting locked up his arm is in there. You see it. I break stand. And then he keeps going and goes that he gets stopped shortly after that but may when he gets up the just hanging back swinging to and fro elephant trunk. I was like dish is now a good medic. Somebody nobody came in. He actually did the hand at the end of the free. Yeah is obsolete place again. Lewis like somebody got a notice this anybody but you know the crazy thing is he. Didn't his are just dislocated right. Yeah they said. It was fine full range of motion after the fight. Well after the press conference that's crazy. Oh that still hurts like a mo fool now of course it does it. It looks horrible so he loses. I loss punk craig. Good and it's new. Blood and heavyweight division does not who we thought it was going to be but still. It's a good opener for the card. 'cause that at arm went viral and it was crazy. Oh yeah it was bad. And then rough. Second fight blah muhammed versus damian. Maya by by damian minor so my loses decision to allow muhammed. We talked about you. Know unfortunately hypoc. Dan get to follow through liane edwards in that fight but now comes back continues on his winning ways. And your maya you just. You don't got it anymore. Nominee smith specialist. But if you strike striking anything and you little bit older. It's like what is he forty three. Yeah and you don't got the explosiveness to get people on the ground. Well he never really had the explosiveness but you know he. He knew how to clinch to take down. And now he's fighting. Younger fighters were stronger. Wing falls for your bullshit. My forty three about to be forty four. Yeah is he didn't have much of a chance. No so he is. He is bella. Tour damian meyer. If he wants to continue but he's a good run. I mean forty three so you have see you. You've done well for yourself. I mean fought anderson silva for the middleweight title in absolutely dreadful fight but he fought in it. It might be so yes pretty. Bad defied sucks abu dhabi. That was terrible and then next fight liane edwards was the as five. Rounder and nate. Must bleed. I don't believe more nature. Cody cody bleeding. So may goes in. I mean get swept. The first four rounds leon looks good in all aspects and the nate rocks. Leon would like a minute left in the fight. Points adam labs. Adam can't close it out the leon survives and you close your eyes. You just listen after this. I swear to god you'd think navy has one fight. The as left is a bigger star land. One punch. That rock liane edwards. Dan leon did. I would argue. Nate is one fight away from a championship fight if he wants and leon is probably needing to take another flight before getting entire opportunity to well. I mean kobe. Covington is already next ally so yes leeann take another fight. I can't think of another fighter who is as mediocre in record as ds's that's as big of star. I've never seen anything like this superstar. I've compared him to the emanuel augusta's of mma shut up manual gusts. I just followed him. On a ringside. I g that's long posted a carousel and you'd be surprised how many people don't know about the drunken master drunk but he was entertaining his hell He gave a lot of opponents problems. Floyd has always said it's as tough as he was lobbed in like half his loss. Oh yes yes a really just constantly happen but he came to fight. He was fun to watch but he was. Never like a big star. Nate diaz has thrived mediocrity like. I can't explain this name. Another twenty and thirteen fighter. Who is a bigger story like. He got dominated for four minutes way. Twelve was at twenty nine minutes of the fight again dominated then he lands right hand twenty years. You gave him a sick. Oh yeah my bad my bad. Yeah dig east So he has twenty four minutes. So nate diaz lanza right hand. Right if you bet on this fight. I'm certainly wanna kill me. Because he steps back and points. Leeann was leeann is dead to rights yet. A minute left. Nate s could've finished them off. But he didn't you know what nobody cares people that bet on. Ds nobody cares. He's become a big star. And.
All Things Considered
Report Slams Facebook For 'Vexing And Heartbreaking Decisions' On Free Speech
"Facebook has made quote, vexing and heartbreaking decisions about free speech that is, according to an independent audit. And how the social network handles issues such as discrimination, hate speech and election interference. Facebook asked for this investigation two years ago. Today, the investigators are slamming the company and its leaders for some of their decisions for this week's Alltech considered NPR's Shannon Bond joins us and before we get going, I should mention Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. Hey, Mary, least alright. So investigators slamming decisions by leaders of Facebook. What decisions are we talking about? This is really about speech, and the most prominent example is President Trump. So recently he's put up Facebook posts falsely claiming that voting by mail is rife with fraud, and he made a really inflammatory post about the recent protests against racism. The auditors say Those post clearly violated Facebook's own rules against voters depression inciting violence, But Facebook didn't take the post down. The audit also slammed the company's policy of not fact checking ads by politicians that something Facebook has gotten a lot of criticism over and over all, the audit says, You know these decisions really emblematic of how Facebook has chosen to prioritize free speech above all other values. They say that risk over shadowing games it has made fighting discrimination, for example, that no longer allows advertisers to target housing and job ads based on age, gender or zip code. What is Facebook say in response. Well, the company, as you said, didn't ask for this audit A commissioned it from Laura Murphy of former Sulu executive and a civil rights law firm and chief operating officer. Shelves Cheryl Sandburg said today that Facebook will make some of the changes that it's recommending. Including hiring a senior vice president, who will make sure civil rights concerns informed decisions on products and policies. But when it comes to setting firmer boundaries on political speech, that's something CEO Mark Zuckerberg has resisted. He says Facebook is committed to free expression even when politicians make false claims. And Facebook says it won't adopt every recommendation being made in this report. Now this audit drops as another development plays out all of these brands. I think we're more than 1000 now pausing their advertisements on Facebook in the name of protesting hate speech, or any of them are the organizers of that boycott. Are they speaking up today? Yep, And what I'm hearing is a lot of skepticism about Facebook. Here's Rashad Robinson. He's president of color of Change, one of the groups behind the boycott. The recommendations coming out of the audit are good as the action that Facebook ends up taking otherwise. It is a road math without a vehicle and without the resources to move, and that is not useful for any of us. Another boycott organizer I spoke with today is Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti Defamation League. He told me he thinks the boycotts just going to keep growing and remember, it's already gone Global until Facebook takes real action on their demands. Yeah, it sounds like we now have this damning audit this big boycott pressure from for many directions on Facebook to change its ways. That's right, and civil rights groups told me they're not going to ease the pressure on Facebook. I spoke to Benita Gupta, She's head of the leadership conference on civil and human rights, and here's what she had to say about the audit. It is a work in progress clearly and pour. In some ways it is. Starts and not a finish for the civil rights community. Gupta and other leaders. I spoke to you know, they say it's just so urgent that Facebook act now because the presidential election is just a few months away. That's something the auditors also say they're really worried about. They say it in the audit. They say a Facebook doesn't get more serious about enforcing its policies, holding politicians to the same standards as other users. That will open the door to more voter suppression even calls for violence on
Facebook civil rights audit: "Serious setbacks" hurt progress
"A two year audit of Facebook's civil rights record found serious setbacks that have marked the social networks progress on matters such as hate speech, misinformation and bias. The audits leader. Former American Civil Liberties Union executive Laura Murphy was hired by Facebook in May 2018 to assess its performance on social issues.