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"laurie cooper" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:08 min | 10 months ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You make sense of any of it I want to introduce you to Laurie Cooper he is the author of many books one including the chain of ghost residents in language and what we want to talk about is when you're watching all the different kind of new sources out there seen news on social media what do you believe how do you believe how do you know what is right in this world of fake news Lauren welcome to KMOX thanks for having me how do you know how do you how do you know what to believe anymore you know it's difficult if you look at some of the statistics that are out there were more of a skeptical point in terms of cynicism than we've ever been but one of the one of the best things to do is to to understand a little bit basically about how tell stories are constructed in hell they could you know be used not only to to enclose people but how actually people influence themselves through stories so one one thing to do is to think about the fact that story is kind of the the world use women and psychologically there's been kind of divided into sort of two types of thinking the way that we view the world and so you can think of it loosely is what James cold directed versus associate of thought there's a Nobel Prize winner talk about kind of bias that the talks about Spanish versus slow thinking and one thing about this is what we think is kind of our every day the sort of what's obvious to this kind of thing is tied into the much more powerful but also much less conscious sort of fast thinking in Burma think about it this way if you get a Cup of coffee you see steam coming out of a coffee you know it's hot right you don't have to put the water and there are no it's not the the the difficulty is that while well that fast thinking model is extremely powerful let's just deal with things very rapidly and it's built deeply because it's still connected will of your survival mechanism for you have to decide quickly it's not very good at doing things in an empirical bowl framework that's where that directed thinking or the the slow thinking comes in and common touch about examples of simple word problems that were presented to people who were you know either either actually professionals of statistics or one case students and some of the top universities it over half of the population groups together well because they're they're fast thinking we kick and it would seem intuitive and it would be wrong an example of that is the date there's a ball in a bad because the dollar tree in the that because a dollar more than the ball how much is it most people immediately think the that costs a dollar actually if you do the math the band has to cost a dollar five in a ball is cost of medical costs okay yeah seems like a great school for the kind of thing but it really illustrates that sort of fast versus slow thinking and what those those things are good at end of the deal is is fast thinking is basically think about as a constantly growing there so it is a collection of all the sort of stories that we have put things together stores are basically the hell week Warner of ants over time writers took breaks down and so when it feels good intuitively we tend to agree with it as well Hulme talked about reason being the slave of the passions we get a modern political research is kind of bonus out we decide it in in the gut a motion only if those things are similar story and we justify it with reason or we change we just saw this in the impeachment hearings couple weeks ago when they changed it from quid pro quo because they believe the through the research that a lot of people didn't understand really what that was so they changed it to bribery and whatever else they they were saying it that's what you're talking about right if they they're changing that narrative to make sure more people understand what their messages exactly that's that's seller that's other shifting it to change it but what I'm talking about is how we actually absorbing change you know our internal storage so we absorb new facts or even how we reject them how some of these cognitive biases you know will occur like for example you you have a position and then even though you see evidence that may be contrary to that position you might be locked into that position there are specific are gonna biases about these kinds of things like this that one in particular is the continued influence affect where you actually will warm previously believe previously learned of this information even though it's been corrected part of this because it's already kind of solution that makes sense absolutely question your first question was how do you how do you deal with this environment we've got workers you know you've got targeted news you've got the option to come to choose your own news and and news is really mixed with commentary you know how do you kill a person through to get get to the facts my advice around that is to first of all don't be too comfortable with with whatever source you get your news from look at the other side look at other sources out there you have eighteen you have readers as well as like the big three cable channels as well as the stuff that comes up to where it comes up where you know is not sure he did a lot of the other information is Karina but it's it's it's usually also curated by commentary into was painted if if you don't like clash these things together video get opportunity to kind of get a fuller picture and if you don't look at stuff that potentially makes you uncomfortable then you're never getting far enough outside a your say your sphere to know if you're getting somebody's opinion somebody's slant on it or you know the actual we're talking with Lorne Cooper is the author of chain of ghost residents in language and I I want to point out that news services the news networks that you see fox news MSNBC whatever whatever network news is out there they always have this you know breaking news the the the the big Billboard that shows up on their their screen when you're watching it and it's really not breaking news I mean when you know when you think of breaking news god forbid you know nine eleven on that day that was breaking news well now it's like it we get numb to this this you know this all worked this you know breaking news alert that it's kind of like around you know just gonna kind of by pass it is just something else we're gonna be talking about right right and and those Tyron the the billboards that you have that are that are doing that that's part of this this idea of kind of pulling and eyeballs you know so the problem is is that Noone is business right so it has to pull bowls it has to sell advertising revenue has to make money and so entertainment becomes a part of the news one of the this is interesting from back in my my misspent youth I actually remember I don't know if you're a revision of the should have use like public service sort of cartoons that were like Disney this kind of thing and it was one actually the part about at that time the the guy was listening to the news it's driven crazy by the anxiety but he can't turn away from the news because you know he still held on on what happened once yeah that's a powerful it's a powerful technique for keeping an eye ball keeping that that advertising revenue dollars of everything is a is a headline you can't turn away from it then you know you're you're sucked into that the problem is is that's not necessarily serving you well it's serving the advertise your purpose well this yeah that's and that's that's the the the difficulty I think in the beginning you know with that that sort of internal comfort that we have once we find somebody that says something that we tend to agree with we don't want to move on maybe the unicorn because I walked all the different network news is just to see where my truth is of what I'm absorbing absolutely absolutely might actually my father a long before I got into this kind of thing my father used to read every major newspaper in the morning and I I asked one time we did that and his answer was you know because he was very much although died at yourself so far guy he said you know with all of the different perspectives he should you basically get an opportunity to look at the various lives in and she what truth might be under the how much you can look and I just read a story not too long ago just a few days ago actually talking about most of Americans get their news from social media or on what did you call just a little bit ago the under on curated very hello something with bases true of fact behind it but in this world of fake news we gotta look out especially in an important election which they all are but as we set our sights on the twenty twenty election the rhetoric has got to be getting worse as we got to be careful with that absolutely and it also treats the vulnerability that you know potentially anyone can exploit if it's a political party if it's a political action committee with the money this coming from there if it's you know potentially for an actor all of those all of those things are you know opportunities that did not exist discreetly before because all you have to do is pay a service and generate a message and if you can get that message out there past that service you could pretty much attempt to build our influence anything that you want and the stuff is based on general psychological with the skull PSYOP psychological warfare and that kind of thing you know people are familiar with propaganda the whole the whole idea of all of it is to just influence enough of them the population and with the new technology that we have that companies were companies gather all of this information from our activity on the web it's more towards it's more influential and it it's more direct than it ever has been before and the defense against that is to not be again too comfortable one thing that you see coming yeah but that to really be as a purple as possible to to check outside enter into really do a lot of fact check don't believe everything you read or don't believe everything you hear so that's another thing I remember my parents don't believe anything you hear and only half of what you see in this world we also so learned as as children don't ever get into a stranger's car and overs making billions all what's right Lauren Cooper author author of chain of goes residents in language this on Amazon and in my most recent book which was a runner up for an international war to science fiction and fantasy it's cold across town and so it's in multiple bookstores across the world the greeter and I'll take you up on that Lauren Cooper thank you very much have a have a hot happy holidays or yes good all issue this is the voice of Saint Louis KMOX my name is Bob Matthews and we've.

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Morning Edition

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

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"The house intelligence committee resumes public testimony this morning in the impeachment inquiry into president trump NPR's Windsor Johnston reports three witnesses will testify including the much anticipated US ambassador to the European Union before he was named ambassador Gordon Sunland was a top donor to trump's inaugural committee he is said to have first hand knowledge about the president's efforts to press Ukraine to investigate a political rival and his alleged intends to use military aid as a bargaining chip lawmakers are expected to questions on land at length about a phone conversation he had with trump about the status of investigations that came a day after the infamous July twenty fifth call between trump and the Ukrainian president in a separate hearing the house will hear testimony from defense department official Laurie Cooper and the undersecretary of state for political affairs David Hale wins our Johnston NPR news

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"So I don't have a scraper hello my both sides because we skipped fall this year this hardware store manager said it was a quick turnaround they went from selling a ton of rates on Saturday does on the time of the holes in and still blowers delivery lane CBS news former president Jimmy Carter is spending the night in an Atlanta hospital it's for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain caused by bleeding the Carter center says the bleeding was caused by Mr Carter's recent falls CBS news contributor Dr David Eger sermon the procedures are very quick basically they're just glowing a small hole in the brain and draining actually causing the pressure so the procedure itself could mean the operating once an hour in a country happen over the next several days the ninety five year old fell and broke his hip in may the deposition transcript of a Deputy Assistant secretary of defense is released by the house intelligence committee it's all part of its impeachment inquiry against president trump Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico granting asylum to Bolivia's former president it comes a day after ever moralis resigned in the wake of massive protests are Adrian bart is in Mexico City the US government doesn't consider what happened in Bolivia to be a clue that Mexico does Mexico's top diplomat called it a regression saying quote military coups have never brought anything positive and it's not only Mexico the governments of Cuba Venezuela and Argentina all agree the general manager of the San Francisco Bay Area commuter train system has now apologized to a man who was handcuffed and cited last week for eating a sandwich on one of its platforms while eating is not allowed on the platforms bart faced widespread criticism this is CBS news did.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Jimmy Carter is spending the night in an Atlanta hospital it's for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain caused by bleeding the Carter center says the bleeding was caused by Mr Carter's recent falls CBS news contributor Dr David a get some of the procedures are very quick he's basically they're just glowing a small hole in the brain can draining accelerate that's causing the pressure so the procedure itself getting the operating one St our recovery happens over the next several days the ninety five year old fell and broke his hip in may the deposition transcript of a Deputy Assistant secretary of defense is released by the house intelligence committee it's all part of its impeachment inquiry against president trump Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico granting asylum to Bolivia's former president it comes a day after evo moralis resigned in the wake of massive protests are Adrian bart is in Mexico City the US government doesn't consider what happened in Bolivia it to be a clue that Mexico does Mexico's top diplomat called it a regression saying quote military coups have never brought anything positive and it's not only Mexico the governments of Cuba Venezuela and Argentina all agree the general manager of the San Francisco Bay Area commuter train system has now apologized to a man who was handcuffed and cited last week for it a sandwich on one of its platforms while eating is not allowed on the platforms bart faced widespread criticism this is CBS news did you know.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We skipped fall this year this hardware store manager said it was a quick turnaround they went from told a ton a race on Saturday does all the time and then snow blowers delivery lane CBS news former president Jimmy Carter is spending the night in an Atlanta hospital it's for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain caused by bleeding the Carter center says the bleeding was caused by Mr Carter's recent falls CBS news contributor Dr David A. gets the procedure they're very quick basically they're just glowing a small hole in the brain can draining that Florida causing the pressure so the procedure itself getting operating wincing in our country happen over the next several days the ninety five year old fell and broke his hip in may the deposition transcript of a Deputy Assistant secretary of defense is released by the house intelligence committee it's all part of its impeachment inquiry against president trump Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill breaks off CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico granting asylum to Bolivia's former president it comes a day after evo moralis resigned in the wake of massive protests are Adrian bart is in Mexico City the US government doesn't consider what happened in Bolivia it to be a clue that Mexico does Mexico's top diplomat called it a regression saying quote military coups have never brought anything positive and it's not only Mexico the government of Cuba Venezuela and Argentina all agree the general manager of the San Francisco Bay Area commuter train system has now apologized to a man who was handcuffed and cited last week for heating as sandwich on one of its platforms while eating is not allowed on the platforms bart faced widespread criticism this is CBS news WBZ news time twelve oh three the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"We skipped fall this year this hardware store manager said it was a quick turnaround they went from selling a ton of rates on Saturday does all the time wells in and snow blowers delivery lane CBS news former president Jimmy Carter is spending the night in an Atlanta hospital it's for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain caused by bleeding the Carter center says the bleeding was caused by Mr Carter's recent falls CBS news contributor Dr David A. gets so many procedures are very quick basically they're just glowing a small hole in the brain and draining the accelerator causing the pressure so the procedure itself could mean the operating one St our recovery happens over the next several days the ninety five year old fell and broke his hip in may the deposition transcript of a Deputy Assistant secretary of defense is released by the house intelligence committee it's all part of its impeachment inquiry against president trump Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico granting asylum to Bolivia's former president it comes a day after evo moralis resigned in the wake of massive protests are Adrian barges in Mexico City the US government doesn't consider what happened in Bolivia to be a clue that Mexico does Mexico's top diplomat called it a regression saying quote military coups have never brought anything positive and it's not only Mexico the governments of Cuba Venezuela and Argentina all agree the general manager of the San Francisco Bay Area commuter train system has now apologized to a man who was handcuffed and cited last week for heating is set which on one of its platforms while eating is not allowed on the platforms bart faced.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"In the brain so that could be underlying structural abnormalities in the brain from the previous melanoma that had spread to the brain and then medical procedure scheduled for tomorrow morning yet another Democrat considering a late run for the party's presidential nomination former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick said to be inching toward the bed CBS is Caitlyn Huey burns what this does signal is that there are some in the Democratic Party who are upset with the current field or see weaknesses in the front runners right now lance to you it last week he was former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg edging toward around house impeachment investigators released transcripts of earlier closed door testimony from the Pentagon's Laura Cooper CBS's bill Rakoff Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico's apparently arrested some suspects in last week's murders of nine Americans in northern Mexico Adrian barred has the latest without giving out any details at all on the arrest Mexico security minister confirmed there are suspects in custody he also said it will be up to the Mexican attorney general's office handling the investigation to provide further information that office did accept help from the FBI and other foreign investor green bar in Mexico City on Wall Street the Dow gained ten to twenty seven thousand six ninety one but the nasdaq was down eleven this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app so I'm sitting radio it's been three days since an explosive accident that.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"So that could be underlying structural abnormalities in the brain from the previous melanoma that had spread to the brain and then medical procedure scheduled for tomorrow morning yet another Democrat considering a late run for the party's presidential nomination former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick said to be inching toward the bed CBS's Caitlyn viewing burns what this does signal is that there are some in the Democratic Party who are upset with the current field or see weaknesses in the front runners right now lance to you it last week it was former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg edging toward around house impeachment investigators released transcripts of earlier closed door testimony from the Pentagon's Laura Cooper CBS's bill Rakoff Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico's apparently arrested some suspects in last week's murders of nine Americans in northern Mexico Adrian barred has the latest without giving out any details at all on the arrest Mexico security minister confirmed there are suspects in custody he also said it will be up to the Mexican attorney general's office handling the investigation to provide further information that office did accept help from the FBI and other foreign investor later green bar in Mexico City on Wall Street the Dow gained ten to twenty seven thousand six ninety one but the nasdaq was down eleven this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app hi.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So that could be underlying structural abnormalities in the brain from the previous melanoma that had spread to the brain and then medical procedure scheduled for tomorrow morning yet another Democrat considering a late run for the party's presidential nomination former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick said to be inching toward the bed CBS is Caitlyn viewing burns what this does signal is that there are some in the Democratic Party who are upset with the current field or see weaknesses in the front runners right now lastly do it last week it was former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg edging toward around house impeachment investigators released transcripts of earlier closed door testimony from the Pentagon's Laura Cooper CBS's bill Rakoff Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico's apparently arrested some suspects in last week's murders of nine Americans in northern Mexico Adrian barred has the latest without giving out any details at all on the arrest Mexico security minister confirmed there are suspects in custody he also said it will be up to the Mexican attorney general's office handling the investigation to provide further information that office did accept help from the FBI and other foreign investor later green bar in Mexico City on Wall Street the Dow gained ten to twenty seven thousand six ninety one but the nasdaq was down eleven this is CBS news royal rift rages on Harry and Megan spicy reunion with will and Kate plus Kristen bell breaks frozen news.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"So that could be underlying structural abnormalities in the brain from the previous melanoma that had spread to the brain and then medical procedure scheduled for tomorrow morning yet another Democrat considering a late run for the party's presidential nomination former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick said to be inching toward the bed CBS is Caitlyn viewing burns what this does signal is that there are some in the Democratic Party who are upset with the current field or see weaknesses in the front runners right now lastly you it last week it was former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg edging toward around house impeachment investigators released transcripts of earlier closed door testimony from the Pentagon's Laura Cooper CBS's bill Rakoff Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was illegal bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Mexico's apparently arrested some suspects in last week's murders of nine Americans in northern Mexico Adrian barred has the latest without giving out any details at all on the arrest Mexico security minister confirmed there are suspects in custody he also said it will be up to the Mexican attorney general's office handling the investigation to provide further information that office did accept help from the FBI and other foreign investor Gators dream bart in Mexico City on Wall Street the Dow gained ten to twenty seven thousand six ninety one but the nasdaq was down eleven.

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Democrats release transcript of Pentagon official's testimony

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats release transcript of Pentagon official's testimony

"Democrats have released transcripts of three more witnesses and the impeachment and Corey CBS is bill Rakoff on the testimony of a Pentagon official Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security aide but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was

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Democrats release transcript of Pentagon official's testimony

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats release transcript of Pentagon official's testimony

"Democrats have released transcripts of three more witnesses and the impeachment and Corey CBS is bill Rakoff on the testimony of a Pentagon official Laurie Cooper told members of the impeachment panel that it was her understanding that Ukraine met all the requirements for some four hundred million dollars worth of military and security eight but then in July she began to hear indications that that money was being held up by the trump administration for a reason that was not given she said that news concern her and her fellow national security officials who wondered if such a hold was

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Defense Department official Laura Cooper testifies in impeachment inquiry about military aid to Ukraine

Morning Edition

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Defense Department official Laura Cooper testifies in impeachment inquiry about military aid to Ukraine

"A top Pentagon official has arrived on Capitol Hill today and peers wins our Johnston says she will be testifying about Ukraine as part of the house Democrats impeachment inquiry of president trump Deputy Assistant secretary of defense Laurie Cooper is said to have played a crucial role in trying to move forward with US military aid to Ukraine lawmakers accuse trump of withholding millions of dollars in aid as leverage to press the Ukrainian leader to investigate political rival Joe Biden the trump administration has insisted that there was no quid pro quo and has urged house Republicans to quote get tougher and fight the investigation NPR's Windsor

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

Bravo TV's Daily Dish

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

"He had done that movie that was a scary movie and people were fearful of him so I put him into to a condominium and he had large dogs so needed central park and so he loved it but when he did the movie put me in there all right was chatting with strong storm and the way I am. I had Robertson Euros my client and his wife. I know very well yeah anyway now. They're getting divorced so whatever we send to be actually ready. They went back together. I want to ask your perspective to a lot out of real. Estate has been the topic of conversation on Roni between all of the women are investing in new properties this season. Bethany is really big real estate mogul herself. Ramona Ramona has an opinion about the Hamptons and it's that south of the highway is preferred. Do you agree with Ramona the market's off their now okay the first thing when when people get nervous they'll let go the house. They're not letting the apartment south of the highway was always the in spot but north is beautiful reform because you're not one on top of the other and you got a lot of farmlands. I've been going to the Hamptons over fifty years so I'm really familiar familiar with it. It's all beautiful. All of New York lives. They're all of New York. You see on the street. Everybody loves the HAMPTONS. I've been there I've seen and I've had it whatever but the market is going to soften there and has softened yeah I mean I rented a house for two months for thirty five thousand dollars now the getting the three hundred fifty thousand dollars. That's where the money's gone so. It's an investment like everything if you buy correctly lake. It's an investment. It's interesting if you do a little work be surprised to get more money. If you stage it you get more money. lot of people don't have vision and if wants to same with apartments in New York. Some people want to Gut Rehab could be a nightmare bishop report of directors. There's no you can't do this. You can't do that. They have to approve this. You have to go to the city. It becomes a long nightmare and when you're waiting for your apartment and you're living elsewhere. You have to figure out what it's costing you to live somewhere else right so that's why you have the big craze in New York walk that started a number of years ago for condominiums easy. When I was selling them many years ago they will one bedrooms. Nobody wants to pick apartment so with the coops I did the same thing next door neighbor to want to sell because the demand end was for biggest space and families was starting to.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"A valuable skill an offer of employment and advanced education or a plan to create jobs, speaking from the white House Rose Garden, Trump says the plan aims to create a fair modern and lawful system of immigration for the United States. I'm Mike moss tensions mount between Iran. And the US intelligence officials say new missile images show an increased threat from Iran, the US now beefing up its military presence in the Persian Gulf, President Trump asked by reporters today about the esscalation. All right. She was last seen when she was nine months pregnant leaving Latino youth high school. Now, police say Marlon Oto Lopez was killed her baby cut from her womb, after she went to Chicago home, based on an offer on Facebook for free clothes for the infant, paramedics responded to the south side, property, after a call baby was having breathing problems. Three people now in custody charges, including murder are pending hate crimes are on the rise in our Bill. Cameron reports the effect of the jussie smollet case, smollet allegedly faking a hate crime has sergeant Laurie Cooper of the civil rights hate crimes unit saying that it isn't helping legitimate victims come forward. I think that it may have diminished individuals who are legitimate victims of crimes, and I think that, that's why we all need to be able to have the support to be able to say. If somebody has the victim of a hate crime. It could happen to others book Cooper is hopeful. I hope that, that case does not diminish the effects of hate crimes that are happening in the city. I hope that it actually empowers us to all come together. To be able to say we know that legitimate hate crimes are happening..

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"So I mean, and they decided to pay him that he earns that that's what he gets. But they are not better without Odio Beckham. They. Need Odell Beckham on the field? Specifically offense of let's just keep it on one side of the ball. And I'm used one Chris I'm gonna give you some facts with Odal Beckham on the field, the twenty one and twenty six not a great team without him there. Six and fifteen they're terrible team when you look at ally manning and his numbers in his with Odell with without odeal. Like, let's let's look at this before OBI J fifty eight percent completion percentage with OB. Jay. He's sixty seven percent without without him in passing only average about two hundred and thirty yards with him. He's thirty yards better to sixty touchdowns. It's ridiculous to forty one one seventy nine touchdown interception ratio without a with. That's without. Oh Bill with Odell one thirty two to sixty nine. Like these numbers. Don't. Oh, del Beckham makes ally manning and that offense a lot better. There is no way around it. There's I don't care. What argument you pose just because he's his numbers have allowed him to earn the money that he's making you want to say, oh, we're they pay him too much money. Ship him out. That's a whole nother conversation. If you're saying, you know, because they're spending too much money, and he's taking too much of the cat. Then you should look to move him. But to say that they they don't need him there better without him. That is absolutely false just to recap there under five hundred with him. And without yes. Because it's still a team right team game. I'm not saying that he changes the game, and he can do everything because you still need offense of line. You still need to defense to stop somebody either. They'll need a quarterback that can get you. I'm sorry, Jamie. You studying the quarterback and get him the ball. It's so that he stuff so get him out. Get get guys. In their pay them twenty right on the money. Just stop it. Look like, you said if they want to trade him for financial reasons, that's one thing. They signed him knew everything you said they knew when they signed into that big deal. And Dave Gettleman has come out time and time again hit he signed him to trade. Yes. All right. You knew the situation. He's the only thing keeping alive manning on serviceable, and you gave the numbers which was great. We saw the difference that a great receiver can make in Dallas without Amari Cooper, Dak Prescott low. Laurie Cooper, look great. When they what the giants need to be focused on is getting another quarterback and its allies starts to your fine. But you gotta get the guy for two years from now at least if not this year, and that guy whether the way Haskins Cuyler Murray or somebody else he will be much better. If he's got OB J there and have a back a running back like saquon Barkley if you get a really. Good quarterback in there. Now, you've got something on the offense side of the ball. Don't blame their poor record or obe- Jay because no receiver. No matter. How good can totally turn the team around to Cowboys examples. Perfect because you said they have an offensive line. And they have a defense defense was top ten..

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"So I mean, and they decided to pay him that he earns that that's what he gets. But they are not better without Odio Beckham. They. Need Odell Beckham on the field? Specifically offense of let's just keep it on one side of the ball. And I'm used one Chris I'm gonna give you some facts with Odal Beckham on the field, the twenty one and twenty six not a great team without him there. Six and fifteen they're terrible team when you look at ally manning and his numbers in his with Odell with without odeal. Like, let's let's look at this before OBI J fifty eight percent completion percentage with OB. Jay. He's sixty seven percent without without him in passing only average about two hundred and thirty yards with him. He's thirty yards better to sixty touchdowns. It's ridiculous to forty one one seventy nine touchdown interception ratio without a with. That's without. Oh Bill with Odell one thirty two to sixty nine. Like these numbers. Don't. Oh, del Beckham makes ally manning and that offense a lot better. There is no way around it. There's I don't care. What argument you pose just because he's his numbers have allowed him to earn the money that he's making you want to say, oh, we're they pay him too much money. Ship him out. That's a whole nother conversation. If you're saying, you know, because they're spending too much money, and he's taking too much of the cat. Then you should look to move him. But to say that they they don't need him there better without him. That is absolutely false just to recap there under five hundred with him. And without yes. Because it's still a team right team game. I'm not saying that he changes the game, and he can do everything because you still need offense of line. You still need to defense to stop somebody either. They'll need a quarterback that can get you. I'm sorry, Jamie. You studying the quarterback and get him the ball. It's so that he stuff so get him out. Get get guys. In their pay them twenty right on the money. Just stop it. Look like, you said if they want to trade him for financial reasons, that's one thing. They signed him knew everything you said they knew when they signed into that big deal. And Dave Gettleman has come out time and time again hit he signed him to trade. Yes. All right. You knew the situation. He's the only thing keeping alive manning on serviceable, and you gave the numbers which was great. We saw the difference that a great receiver can make in Dallas without Amari Cooper, Dak Prescott low. Laurie Cooper, look great. When they what the giants need to be focused on is getting another quarterback and its allies starts to your fine. But you gotta get the guy for two years from now at least if not this year, and that guy whether the way Haskins Cuyler Murray or somebody else he will be much better. If he's got OB J there and have a back a running back like saquon Barkley if you get a really. Good quarterback in there. Now, you've got something on the offense side of the ball. Don't blame their poor record or obe- Jay because no receiver. No matter. How good can totally turn the team around to Cowboys examples. Perfect because you said they have an offensive line. And they have a defense defense was top ten..

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The coast to the valleys upper fifties for the land fire for in the high desert's mountains in the mid thirties. Not too many changes sunshine sticking around into your Friday. But for the weekend, we could have some light showers to start your day on Saturday clearing by Saturday afternoon into early Sunday, another round of light showers possibly moving in late Sunday drying out into the start of the work week was most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS to meteorologist Danielle Kirsch KNX ten seventy NewsRadio temperatures right now. Corona fifty nine degrees. We have got forty four chilly right now. In Lancaster in the high desert currently sixty downtown Los Angeles at twelve seventeen. Woody Allen has filed nearly seventy million dollar lawsuit against Amazon the lawsuit claims breach-of-contract Woody Allen says his multi picture deal with Amazon was done even had one film ready for release when Amazon pulled the plug. Over renewed allegations of molestation during the metoo movement era Gardiner's with the Hollywood reporter really is do these resurfaced allegations against Woody Allen town, do they make it impossible for Amazon's move forward and enjoy the benefits of having a deal with Woody Allen for movies Gardner says Helen has a decent case. But the law does recognize something where unforeseen events might undermine the original purpose for entering into the contract. When Amazon I signed Allen ROY price was the studio chief price later resigned as he faced allegations of sexual harassment. Vicky more KNX ten seventy NewsRadio age twelve eighteen Bill Cosby has been moved into the general population. Now for Pennsylvania prisoners, he serves the three to ten year sentence for sexual assault. The move comes after the eighty one year old actor comedian spent about four months special housing as he got acclimated to the prison. Cosby who is legally blind and now has a single cell in the two story unit along with inmates assigned to help him throughout the day Cosby is appealing his conviction of drugging and sexual. Assaulting eliminate use home back in two thousand four at rooster. Juliette banish minoshe is urging people to let Justice do what needs to be done in the case of Hollywood mogul, Harvey Weinstein. She says he should not be forgotten that he was a great producer enough. I think a lot of people express themselves. Now, I think we have to test this has to do its work. She spoke today the Berlin film festival Weinstein charged with raping a woman in two thousand thirteen and performing a forcible second sacked on another woman in two thousand six he denies all allegations of nonconsensual sex new report reveals most Americans are at risk of having their identity stolen. We get more from CBS news correspondent, Tom Hansen. Laurie Cooper had her identity stolen wants. And now gets creative with her passwords have crazy passers..

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on Get Up!

"Back to the play offs the lake game Saturday. Cowboys Rams Cowboys have lost seven straight road playoff games. Last win the ninety two NFC title game over the Niners. And so we'll see what that press gotten company can get done. He deck completed seventy one percent of his passes. We the Laurie Cooper on the field Cooper. However is caught this one of seven targets in his career. When it keeps linguist been the newest defender, so strength on strength. Something's got to give us a critical matchup. They will also be a match up of two of the top running back to the league. Ezekiel Elliott led the league in rushing Todd Gurley accounted for league twenty one touchdowns. But he's got a knee Todd Gurley. How you feel? That's that's about I have been on the field last two weeks. So it was like why is this league? So we wanted to know highs as need doing, and, you know, get up so and then I don't have to keep getting tweets. And Instagram's all day, they're gonna just wash video see how my knee doing going to believe it or think, I'm lying, so but it's cool. It's cool. I'm really just eager to get back on the field. And and then just see I response, and then hopefully, you know, we have some new questions next week. And now that in me. All right now, the Cowboys run defense was fifth in the league. But they struggled defending running backs in the passing game. Dallas a lot more than six catches a game to back through the reception percentage of eighty four both those rank in the bottom five of the league. So maybe they use girly more in that regard. Shefty very quickly. You were telling me on sportscenter this morning that the Rams feel very good about C J Anderson as well, regardless of how healthy girly girl. He's a superstar Todd Gurley workhorse, but they are going to spell him at certain times with CJ Anderson and get C J Anderson, some work to keep girl even fresher during games than he's been because Anderson is deserved. And so what does this add up to as far as your concern? I'm looking at this game. My eyes go strictly to the Cowboys linebackers. You know, the Cowboys linebackers are great and they're incredibly aggressive downfield. That's why they're really good in the run game. But what is their greatest strength could end up becoming their greatest weakness and Seattle started to expose that last week in play action game, and you're gonna watch the clipper here like watch L aggressive. They are downhill to this run how quickly they flow, and that's what opens up some of these play action passes. And I'm just telling you, Sean McVeigh's gonna watch that game and Salvi because he's going to look at it and go these linebackers have great tons of respect for him. But what we do best is the play action game..

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"And what I honestly phone pointing the finger Duggar Carson. I'm pointing the finger, Doug. I'm caught my point a finger at both is coaching quarterback problem. Yeah. The Cowboys are better team. That's the real reality. Agreed. I just think the Cowboys are better team. Then Laurie Cooper made the Dallas Cowboys a better team fourteen that sputter on offense that was one dimensional that was very easy to defend a team that struggled to put points on the board. They've found a weapon in the passing game that they can rely on at least for now that deepens plays. Well enough to keep them in games in order to make plays at some point in the game. And so I just think when I look at the two teams I wouldn't have said that five weeks ago wouldn't have said that six weeks ago that the Cowboys were a better team. Oh, they're better team because an October. They didn't look like a better team. But I don't know how you deny moving forward what Amari Cooper brings to the table for the Cowboys team. So better team moving forward Ike. You know, what this is a year to year league? So I'll give them credit for being the better team this year. Just like they were the better team in two thousand sixteen but they weren't the better team in two thousand seventeen right? This is a year to year league. It's so the eagles have their work cut out for them. It won't be a cake walk through the NFC east during Carson's career. We as eagles fans we ought to be excited. We'll have great football in the future. But the organization has his work cut out for he does Dallas is a good young team that does just enough that they won't be a pushover didactic, DACA. Dak outplay Carson. Yes. Yesterday easily easily. Yards in the first half in. I think in in in in at least partial part to his ineffectiveness eight nine points at halftime three. That's because an amazing kick. Yeah. Let's be honest. Eagles were fortunate to be sure they were the Cowboys dominated the tunnel possession that may timing throughout the timely throw. He of course, he had the three turnover to two hundred no. And the fumble. But if not for that they may have had forty points on the board yesterday. I mean, they went up and now you almost put six hundred yards on this defense names did. Yeah. I mean, he missed on a couple of throws. It would add over five hundred yards. So people are people because I'll tell you what he made a couple. He made a hell of a throat to Cooper. We are. We are. I'll say where you're going with the whole Dak versus Carson what I'm going with the whole the whole thing. Yeah. I know people will have that conversation. Sure. You give me Carson Wentz. Well, I mean, I just just not going forward. But the bottom line is if you're saying that he outplayed Carson Wentz yesterday. Well, that's that's concerning. Why they loss? Just you'll get our Nick foles outplayed Tom Brady. And that was the biggest game, of course career. He played by tech Prescott. So I mean that wasn't basically concerning that wasn't facing the Cowboys defense that was facing the eagles defense. Yeah. I mean the Cowboys defense. Yeah. Is it not better than the evil? I mean, I it sure was. So what was short is. Okay. Quarter Dallas defense and look like eighty five bears. When Carson was throw the ball down the field on them. And they were they were moving moving. The ball will get you my opinion, you're pretty to make your case to case you wanna me eight eight eight seven to nine hundred ninety four you wanna make a case for that. I just I told you I'll play Carson what else to say. I'm not I'm not wanna trade Carson winning. I'm not making a case for Carson. What I'm hearing out of you is you're saying like, I know concern with Carson. He's he's last on my list. All right. I'm telling you that that while I don't think the course which isn't a quarterback of the future would I saw him yesterday. And this year makes me think differently about what quarterback he is in the National Football League. That's.

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"laurie cooper" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"laurie cooper" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"For the past seven months, Hassan Alcon, tar has lived in the transit known of the Kuala Lumpur airport. When his Malaysian visa expired, he tried to go to Ecuador. He was not permitted to board that flight, and he was afraid that if he left the airport, he would be deported to Syria. So Mr. l. Konta stayed put now. He has been removed from his place of refuge on Monday. He was arrested by Malaysian authorities. We spoke to Mr. l. contour back in April when he had already been living in the airport for more than a month. Here's part of what he said at the time. It's not my Ford that I born with say that I am Syria. I can be an extra Ed value in any community. I am a very good worker, an expert, man. I keep trying to prove myself yet. I'm not able to find a place, safe place, a clean place where I can be read. I'm so sorry to hear this. It's just awful. Can I? Can I ask you what? If you have a Syrian passport, as you say, what would happen to you if you went back to Syria? I won't. There's thousand eleven because there's this military service. So I'm wanted to join the fight. I'm brave man, but it's not my fight. I cannot just bought a part of killing machine to destroy my on home since April. A group of Canadians has been trying to help Hassan. I'll leave the airport and resettle in Canada. Laurie Cooper, spearheads that group. We reach MS Cooper in Venice, Italy MS Cooper. As far as you know, where is has Alcon tar tonight. I've been told that he was moved from the police detentions, Nancy centers that he was in. He is now in an immigration centre in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, and why are they holding him? One will have on has been living in the arrival terminal at the airport in Malaysia for the last seven months after he's sort of got stuck, there was overstayed his visa in Malaysia and then was unable to lead the country and stuck in limbo. But on Monday, he was arrested by the Malaysian police. And initially they said they were going to charge him with criminal charges for being in a restricted area of the airport without a valid boarding pass today, they announced that they do not intend to in pursuit of criminal charges, but they have suggested that they want to deport 'cause on to Syria if they did proceed with the charges that he would stay in remained windy, so they would. They. They want him out. Yeah. If they had pursue the charges strangely, it would have been better for his because he, we would have had time to try to figure out how to protect him. What would happen to him if he was deported this area, it would. What does he believe would occur? Well, he would definitely be imprisoned because he is wanted because he did not complete his mandatory military service. He has very clearly stated his objections to the civil war that's happening in Syria, and he has been quite critical of the Assad regime, which means that he would definitely be imprisoned probable that he would be tortured, could be even worse. You and others have been trying to stop this deportation. And in fact try to bring him to Canada for all of these months that he has been in the airport. So what happened to your efforts? Well, application in a pro to sponsor. Launch, come to Canada. We raised over twenty thousand dollars to support that lots of application. The worked.

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