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"leah bama" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"leah bama" Discussed on Fake the Nation

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"leah bama" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

07:33 min | 10 months ago

"leah bama" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"So excited because for the first time ever we have on the show a whole host of today explain which is boxes little daily daily podcast jam and listen to what you're doing wrong things in life. It's so great it's all great. I'm going to say ninety percent because of you do you And the You I'm referring to here is Sean Rotherham. Thanks for having me back your stitcher you did a great spam Baram Verma Schon. Rama's Vera is great to be here. We did it keep all of that. Meanwhile meanwhile I've heard your name said by you like one hundred times wants to show. Sometimes I just call myself Sean. One time I was working casual with yourself herself anyway. What's your real first name? And I said Sean. And she said no no no. But what's your real first name and I said ask me again and you're going to start to hurt By feelings way. So you're back. My brother's name is Nimesh shows this version of is there. Sean in Indian no no. My parents were just Into the name my my dad's do MOMS Catholic. My Dad wanted Hindu names. My mom unwanted Christian names Fella. He won the first time and she won the second time. That's the long version. Okay now we know and now we're in fact ready. We needed that little explanation a little breathing room before I could get to the next person on the panel. I also have a new test old Old Testament name you've She and her New Testament and Old Testament name have been on the late late. Show with Stephen Colbert. So funny. Social Hilarious set she is also the Co host of the podcast. Ray A Were you raised by wolves the judgmental title of the PODCAST and Love Wolves. I'm the wolf on the PODCAST. It they actually read into this show. I love her so much you guys. It's Leah Bama. Thank you so much for having me and I would actually love the info on the dance classes. They take them in Queens. I've such a good time We'll we'll talk. Please please deeply embarrassing. I tell you one more embarrassing thing about it. I sometimes feel like this. I sincerely the music is too loud. So I bring earplugs to dance class. Thank you and I dance with earplugs and go fuck yourselves world. I don't care it's more comfortable that way. Not all not all the do it because the what I do has a DJ and the city. You're subways you should keep your plugs. Should be honest like I do feel. I don't like I'M A. I'm I'm on noise. anti-noise pollution advocate. I don't WanNa dump on the city and it subways because I live in DC. We're like our subways. Run from like four PM to six PM but there was a moment with this morning on my way here. Where the at the Metropolitan G. L. Screech so loudly hurt me and I went? I I close my ears and I looked around and no one else else was doing it. I was like Oh. You're all doom that frequency in our. Yeah always have your earphones in here. no I don't do that. I don't believe in that. Well that's in an empty there. Yeah it's just like a nice little cushion those nine people don't talk to you title like those ones that's small to your ears. That are nice and comfortable dancing daily. I'll get USA branded fake the nation. You're please weirdest most anti medical branded swag anyways Here's how not here for Julia. So you can tune out what's happening on the nation and not here okay. Are we ready for number one. So you guys. Trump was doing some impeachment counter programming this week by presenting a totally dead on arrival Middle East peace plan. And it's the it ends all the problems that's done in a he did it. He says quote a prior administrations from President Lyndon in Johnson of tried and bitterly failed. But I was not elected to do small things or shy away from big problems I mean he's right in. That impeachment is a big problem that he can't showing from. Hey the most fun thing about the rollout was that. He didn't even pretend that he actually was creating a plan for both parties. Because the only person that was there during the announcement was bb Netanyahu also under. Maybe the win win thing getting determined. He's in the process. I mean they're going to have another election time. I can't tell awesome so he has like all the other coming up because they wanted this outright before that right we should have more elections a yeah we should disband congress everytime every time feels like we're always having election true. Let's just do more often. I agree with that. Will guys let me tell you some of the main points that were in this Middle East peace. He's plan and I want you to tell me I think so. I of Israel keeps the vast majority of Jerusalem as its sovereign capital Palestinians. Get no right of return. Turn it. Redraws borders mainly between Israel and the West Bank in a dozen allow for Palestine to create a fighting force to defend itself. Alf those are just some of the top line points. What do you say and we should stress? It redraws borders in Israel's favor right all right so the the the plan is largely I in Israel's favor and in the the it basically creates a situation where Palestine is like discontinue tig you and discontinuance archipelagic wait aren't archipelago alcoholic. I already knew what that was pronunciation was bucking need. You guys thank you for letting us feel good God. Yeah they're like it's split and then they're going to have to make a huge tunnel or makes a really doesn't doesn't make any sense but also I don't know if you guys figured this out. They weren't consulted so they weren't consulted but they were also like the US obviously obviously partial to the United States the partial to Israel. So like we don't we don't want to like take on a peace deal being brokered by them in the first place. They're not an impartial. L. Broker also isn't it take like three years that they get to think about it. In which case all the elections have already passed and the fifty billion dollars that trump is promising. The Palestinians Alestinian. They live in these right. He's like you'll make all this money but we don't have to think about it now. I just wanted to ready to know that this is finished. Don't worry about it. It's not happening totally done. I don't think it really worked either even as a counter program. Because everyone's just talking about John Bolton and I don't really know who was like. Oh wait stop everything. The president's the jared Kushner solved the Middle East. We figure it out. It looks like he didn't food..

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"leah bama" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"leah bama" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Where where we're talking here. And and this is whispering might here. We're back. So we're back the the call in number in case any of you have questions comments, we're covering something that's kind of deeply technical, but also impacts everybody's daily life, so eight eight three six seven five three two nine eight three six seven five three two nine. If you've got a question, a recumbent, we'd like to hear from you. And on that subject back to Dan who's going to tell us about the doomsday scenario of what could happen. We're talking about how you might be able to send send control signals to two parts of a of a power generation system or to cause fiscal nurse allows you to generators out of sync and potentially they could smoke burn start fires. And of course, they start fires. Maybe nearby gas turbine explodes. Right. So you've now taken out a huge amount of power capability. And yet at the point is happened. We still don't even necessarily notice a cyber attack the people who are responding there. They may have an claimed to on how quickly look at cyber systems, but they are many different fiscal things that could have caused that kind of a kind of disaster too. So you've touched a hundred million people most businesses across son doesn't states have no power hundreds of billions of dollars fiscal and economic damage could be likely leaving no part of economy untouched. I backup diesel jenner's could be available to power processing plants hospitals things like that. So you there's some innovation of of potential life scenarios, but you have still lost almost everything else. Traffic lace ATM machines gas pumps the internet phones. Mass transit systems water distribution systems. There's a lot of things are dependent on that power grid that would probably cease to function as kind of kind of a snarl things like nine one could work. But I guarantee you are gonna have call volume far exceeding their dispatcher capability. And what if a cell phone networks are compromised? Most landlines. They aren't really landlines. We have our cell phones. No power. No foam this point. Well, even even the phones that you have at home if you have a landline. The likelihood is that it also plugs in to an electrical outlet unless you have a forty year old Princess phone, and and so it too would fail. So and guess what? Once your cell phone battery goes. That doesn't work either. I mean, I thought about this last night, and it's the cascading impact even even the generator capability. Of hospitals at cetera are all dependent on getting gas. Yeah. So if you couldn't pump anymore gas, well and not only that. But if you're the power operator, you have to consider if you have this kind of this kind of scale of of an incident taking place at what point you pull the plug in a whole thing in order to make sure that the chain reaction does. Sorry, make sure the chain reaction doesn't continue because at this point. Remember, we don't necessarily know cyberattack operators will know about the fires damaged equipment until it's all put out the evidence is examined Arlene. Gonna know what started us in the first place. And as if that's not scary enough. No one will know how far how this attack goes. No one's gonna know for the mall. Where is sitting on places in the network or other networks nearby waiting for the right moment to start a second round? Nobody knows how many weeks probably weeks. We'll take to restore power. It's really impossible to calculate this kind of risk of this attacker quantify what damage might look like it's truly worst case scenario, and it's a perfectly fair question to be asked that. Why haven't we seen something like this yet? And who's really capable of doing something? Like this. Are there cyber hackers out there who could this'll be very sophisticated cyberattack yet her probably some who are there that could just something like this. Why we have seen it? I think we're still operating in a world where people are testing boundaries and going just far enough and something like this has massive casualty or civilian implications as well. It's not just nation states nation state. This is civilian populations hospital schools. Everybody else independently electric reds. There's some level of of restraint there. But that's one of a snarled does a plausible scenario we had to be able to plan for all these kinds of contingencies on this far extreme and the smaller scale potentially easier to execute stuff. I mentioned earlier. Yeah. But and that's one of the things that worries me in terms of both are are. International relationships, but also are. Why I thought it was important to talk about the the electrical grid as part of at as the most critical part of infrastructure is that this is from a war planning situation. This these are the wars of the future that are aimed much more at civilian populations ban. Armies in the field. You know, it's it's less expensive. If you're the attacking nation it's much less expensive to do this kind of attack. And it is it's requires less resource. It's more stealthy, it's more. And and again the way in which wars are won and lost is the the impact on the civilian population. The center point because at least in the free world armies exists to to defend their to defend the people to defend the civilian population. Cost to she lets. That's why most most militaries are chartered. And so there's at argument that they should be able to do that. Right. But attacks have are they can't be indiscriminate. And even when they're targeted though, it's easier. I think to hold risk over your civilian population, venue cut in and a lot of other ways. But you're right that the anonymity is part of it. Right. So if you are if cheaper execute cyber attack as easy to cover your tracks as relatively easy to make it look like it was somebody else the only situations in which he even if your adversary comes out and says, we think it was you. Based off of what you're willing to say publicly. That's a hard thing to to circumvent a certain amount of not just anonymity. But political cover diplomatic cover because you can hide behind how easy it is to cover your tracks. And how easy is make look like it was somebody else. Anna fach that a lot of countries are not willing to say publicly how wide you might know what are not so and so is responsible for attack. I mean, we we've given straighted, you know, horrible word that we don't wanna talk about the Muller report. Demonstrates down to the keystroke. The our ability to identify the person or or the organization that did the deed that we are investigating. But in a situation like this. What would be the risk of making a mistake is so high. Noli, but we still we still have to be careful at hell things are described. Right. Especially in cyberworld where people are just kind of incrementally testing boundaries. See what they can get away with how far they can push you to the point where you would actually respond in what way what manner? What capacity would you actually respond back to the the Sony attack and was two thousand fourteen? Yeah, I remember correctly Leah Bama department of Justice didn't want to call it an act of war. They did not want to call it a cyber attack. I think the specific word if I remember correctly was cyber vandalism. The idea being the moment that you call it war moment, you called an attack you risk dramatic esscalation. Because now you're adversaries also worried about you respond to full force of your military capabilities. Words matter words, matter and on that note, we have to go take a commercial break, and we'll be back in just a moment. And we'll rookie Pete the phone number. If you want to get involved in the conversation. It phone ice. Now that the kids are sleep. Cheers. We got the kids are house a stable income chicken all the boxes, but there's one box. We haven't checked off. Let's that life insurance. We don't need to think about that. Now, where young that's why now is the best time life insurance gets more expensive, the older you get, but I don't have time to do a.

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"leah bama" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"leah bama" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"And at first I remember very clearly in college, and I was just like, this isn't gonna work out like and then five minutes later we are best friends. You know what I mean? Like we got along extremely well in, it's because we were forced to be neighbors in this dorm, and that's why it happened. Right? So I feel like that feeling you might have if you're a liberal progressive who's like, religious people can't do it like. Just picture yourself in a dorm living right next to an on top of like someone who's religious and then becoming best friends with them like that is a possibility in your life. If you have that knee jerk reaction towards people of faith, like I'm telling you, you're missing out on some of the greatest friendships you've ever had, but also just to be clear, at least on my end, I'm like, I don't feel like I experienced prejudice and discrimination has now person who believes in. And nor does my mean you know it, but I I, but I know the the like little inkling that you're talking about with like progressives, right, where you're. Uncomfortable with that, you know, could not tell you about, you know, God and religion. Like for me, you know what I believe doesn't like fit into a little nice little square box. Like I don't believe in the existence of a hell. Like I don't have all these answers. I don't think there's only one way. So I think like VAT sometimes puts people ease, but it is like, you know, you gotta talk about things that are uncomfortable to talk about this stuff because they're pretty fundamental beliefs for most people like four beliefs about like an identity. So it does seem kind of like the more segmented are sub communities get the less willing. We are to cross those barriers, which is kind of like why we all need to go to adult college sometimes really just like do some trust. Totally different people in an adult Cali. All right. You guys, that's the end of the show. How do you all feel I for one would like to thank our production team here at face the nation. That's our producer nor Ritchie, and our audio engineer, Jared O'Connell thinks to Alex Dan, for helping out with production duties. Lily fleshler helps with research and thank you to gobble alter who wrote are seem music. You know where to find me. I Matt Nagy for some off the things I'll be actually at the New Yorker festival on October six. That's right. It's going to be a hundred percent less Steve Bannon and one hundred percent more than a game farside at the New Yorker festival in an event hosted by our very own front of the show your Eisenberg and joining me on the Bill or like Mike elbow and Ross trust and Ricardo Syrian engineer, James, it's going to be like a really fun show. You can also see me on November six in the show, average women with average rage at the New York comedy festival. You guys tonight a stand up and ridiculous banner with me again over your Eisenberg and also for another show, Leah Bama. The three of us have. A whole thing that we do. It's called average women with average rate, and I would love to come out and see it. So you guys, there's other shows and stuff. Check my website and thank you so much for being delightful. I will see.

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