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A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11
"I think of banking and finance is a good way includes the will becoming more transactional. Yeah when when. I grew up my mom and dad to go into the bank of reweight. Bank the patriot. Yo by that used to have to go to the bank every week. Get cash Yet this year that's long gone as many generations of technology that that have come along but is the bank managing you every single one of the customers by nice again Over time your so. We go through numerous now to the point where we'll right now and it what's happened in the code will in many parts of the world was young pool with you know seeing some of our big banking clients on a regular devices and people thought that pre cover that they had pretty high penetration rights of iran on smartphones. But guess what they went through the roof last year could banks because all of a sudden the banking completely Spliced retail bank The the the that that evolving competitive sh- paradigm shift between the banks and the digital banks and the traditional banks. We saw we actually is to become a stop become one So net will you. People have stopped yemen. This was something. I your head really thought about to be honest but i still into co own australian bank couple of weeks ago and Cash handling has plummeted one of the big reasons to have a retail retail branch which is cash handling a type of people. Don't wanna handle keishi anymore aside. We've move money as become eletronic Yeah and look. I obviously haven't traveled use the last twelve months. I mean in the in the us. Yo you can't go anywhere without a dollar bill but but literally The amount of cash physical cash in circulation this changing so these signs of some of the macro trends that again to emerge for of banking for retailing The consumer good as we stopped move forward into the future. I think of the rise of e-trade is an interesting example. Here before e-trade came up no one would think about buying stocks without a broker with. They had a personal relationship with charles. Schwab was popular. But you would call somebody place the order for you and what we see now is stock trading. There is no human behind it made if we look. Robin hood is sorta z. A perfect example of the next phase of that but you know obviously two generations past banking since then obviously with the kick in the pants from ed even accelerated that process which has been underway for twenty years. But i think you're drawing an interesting thesis here that every industry is going towards that same evolution. It's just the question is how far behind banking are they. Are they right behind banking and that they're going to this more high transactional relationship versus high relational interaction or are they. Are they a few years. Do they have a little time before. That really takes. Hold look I think every industry is every industry is having to think in in the in the world we live in today is having to figure out how mun digital impacts every aspect of business. Today i mean with me ultimately. We are in enterprise software. We sell solutions to begin prize. But i've got a. I've got a lad sales organization in the us and that that now selling to Yeah the now selling to Your c. level executives in big corporations Your enterprise selling young for my whole career has been about face to face interaction and building a relationship of this was a huge paradigm shift for you know for the industry And even in a business to business sick that the implications of digital the will we live in a having a real life impact on a day-to-day vice already You will learn about the efficiencies of being able to conduct more business. A and more meetings and digitally So y- is actually invading becoming an integral part of your the data. Dave way we would. We can now live Anywhere in the world and do jobs.
SpaceX Launches Four Civilians Into Orbit on Historic Inspiration4 Flight
"Interference by american digital giants spacex is first private flight streaked into orbit on wednesday night with to contest winners a healthcare worker and they're rich sponsor the most ambitious leap yet in space tourism. It was the first time a space craft circled the earth with an all amateur crew and no professional astronauts. The dragon capsules to men and two women will be spending three days going around the planet from an unusually high orbit a hundred miles higher than the international space station before splashing down the florida coast this weekend. It spacex founder. elon musk's first entry in the competition for space. tourism. Dollars jared isaac. Mun is the third billionaire to launch this summer. Following the
Clark Stanley: The Rattlesnake King
"Oil is an actual product that is created from chinese water snakes also known as irabu snakes. It's been used as a traditional chinese remedy for centuries chinese water. Snakes live in ponds and rice paddies. They're slightly venomous snakes under a meter that feed on fish and infineon's the snake oil which is derived from the water. Snakes is very high in the omega. Three fatty acid known as epa snake oil was and is considered by many people to be effective in relieving the pain of ailments such as arthritis bursitis and sore muscles. A modern study found that oil from chinese water. Snakes actually allowed mice to perform better on cognitive tests. Take for that what you will. The chinese workers began to share their remedy with american workers who are working on the railroad and the product began to grow in popularity as the demand for snake. Oil grew people began to figure out ways to meet that demand. Enter into the story. One clark stanley. The self proclaimed rattlesnake king stanley wanted to meet the new demand for snake oil so he created a product known as clark stanley. Snake oil intimate. Just knowing that the word snake was in the title he began using rattlesnakes for the product however a rattlesnake is not a water snake and they have totally different fat profiles eventually however he totally abandoned. The idea of putting rattlesnake oil in the product altogether for twenty four years stanley traveled around the country. Touting the medicinal benefits of his snake oil intimate he created a massive show that he toured with positioning himself Frontiers mun while creating an elaborate backstory. He sold the product at western shows around the country. He claimed that the recipe for his snake oil lyneham. It came from a hoppy medicine. Man the hoppy did not have anything resembling snake oil and at no point. Did he ever mention the chinese origins of the product. Moreover stanley made claims about the product which went far beyond with your original chinese snake. Oil was used for stanley claim that it would cure. Rheumatism sciatica lumbago a sore throat. Frost-bites tooth aches and many other ailments in one famous demonstration at the eighteen ninety. Three chicago world's fair he's supposedly the product in front of a live crowd science writer. Joe schwarz wrote quote stanley. Reach into a sack plucked out a snake slit it open and plunged it into boiling water when the fat rose to the top. He skimmed it off and used it on the spot to create stanley snake. Oil ligament that was immediately snapped up the throng that had gathered to watch the spectacle
First North Korea national ever extradited to U.S., Mun Chol Myong faces money laundering charges
"Extradited a North Korean spy to the U. S, which could increase tensions with the North 55 year old man was caught in a third country and detained He's been there since May of 2019. Oh, my Post two years. He appeared in federal court in the district on Monday. Facing federal charges of money laundering to benefit the North Korean government, Munch told Myung is alleged to have defrauded US banks and violated both US and United Nations. Sanctions is a part of money laundering schemes that brought in more than $1.5 million. North Korea has not responded to this arrest. But given the nature of it, it's not expected to take this news. Well, JJ Green w T O P
First North Korea national ever extradited to U.S., Mun Chol Myong faces money laundering charges
"Developing story coming up at the top of the hour. For the first time in history, the U. S. Has arrested and extradited and North Korean spied the U. S. It could increase tensions with that country. 55 year old man was caught in a third country and detained he's been there since May of 2019 almost two years. He appeared in federal court in the district on Monday. Facing federal charges of money laundering to benefit the North Korean government, Munch hold Young is alleged to have defrauded US banks and violated both US and United Nations sanctions is apart. Of money laundering schemes that brought in more than $1.5 million. North Korea has not responded to this arrest. But given the nature of it,
SpaceX announces first mission to space with all-civilian crew
"Also announced the first all civilian mission to space three seats will be donated. So spacex is planning. Senate's i all civilian crew to space at the end of the end of twenty twenty one and a charity focused mission commanded by tech enterpreneur. Jared isaac men. The company said in a press. Release it it'll pick three people to ride along. Isaac mun to orbit aboard space x dragon. Crew
Davey Crocket and The Frozen Sun
"Lived a man named davy crockett. If you've heard of old navy it's probably for his final stand at the alamo or more likely for his raccoon skin cap. The cap was made of thick raccoon for for keeping warm during the harsh western winters. And it had the bushy tail hanging down the back. Davy crockett was more than the alamo and a cap though he was an adventurer one of the brave people who saw the endless frontier and waited in a man at his favorite swimming hole even during the coldest winters rarely would he be sitting peacefully indoors or relaxing. He spent his days out in nature sleeping in the mountains and bathing in the rivers. Other folks thought davy. Crockett might just be a little crazy but if so they were lucky to have him because it was on one particularly cold morning that davy. Crockett saved the world. He woke with the sun as he always did. In those days it was deep winter in the mountains. Where even though the donning son was bright. It didn't seem to offer any warmth at all. Icy wind howled like a banshee and even the animals had the good sense to be hibernating. What a beautiful morning davies said to himself he tried to rise up out of his bedroll but it was so covered in ice. He was stuck fast with a little work. He managed to get an arm free and then he was able to use a hammer and chisel to get the rest of the way out. It's cold one. No doubt he said but it'll get warmer. When the son gets a meyde higher. He tried to get a fire going to make breakfast but all his would was frozen solid even the coals from the night before were nothing but snowballs davey tried to spit in disappointment but it froze halfway to the ground and shattered on an icy stone. Well ours coffee today. I guess he said he makes some coffee grounds into some snow and eight. It like a snow cone. It wasn't tasty but it seemed to help wake him up a little. Where's the darn sun. He said looking at the horizon with a start of shock. He saw that. The sun hadn't risen any higher. It was still stuck on the horizon like tongue on an ice cube and it was starting to look more blue than yellow. What in our nation is going on with that davey climbed up a nearby mountain peak to get a better view. Every step was so icy. Put his hand to his coon skin. Cap to shield. His eyes peered at the horizon. Oh lord no the frontiers mun was brave and he thought he'd seen it all in his adventures. But this was something new and something awful. It was so cold that the sun itself had frozen on the horizon. He could see it stuck between two peaks of ice sunbeam's frozen in their tracks like icicles. Well this is no good at all davies said. He looked in the other direction and saw a little town. At the base of the mountain. The buildings were all coated in a fine layer of ice. Like a frosted cake. The pastors were like sheets of glass. And even the smoke from chimneys was frozen in place. Well darn davy. Crockett said to himself from high up on the mountain peak. Either i'm gonna fix this mess or we gotta get the cows so my skates he thought about cows skating for a minute and decided that they wouldn't like it that much better. He just fixed the problem before all the milk got frozen into ice cream. Of course most people may have been at a loss on how to fix a frozen sun but davy. Crockett wasn't like most people. He didn't wait around thinking or planning or any of that now. He just pointed himself at the frozen sun and started walking.
"mun" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"Yeah Kuku year year. Thing. Is just a Netflix series that I just thought that watching not too long ago. It's called world of the Mary and I think it was trending in Singapore's the Korean drama. Trainings buffaloes and now I realize like create dramas no like they have multiple episodes but every episode is an hour and a half long little. So it feels almost like you're watching a movie movie every episode that movie. So decide is basically about woman who suspects husband is cheating on her in the first episode I. Mean I've only seen a few missiles first episode was all about lay you know she goes to investigate and she checks out this person that person and she gets you know like a strange calls and stuff. So it felt like a spy thriller out of was episode then by the Anivit conclusion of whether or not husbands cheating and all. But but subsequently just like I mean from what I've seen is quite exciting I in. foyt to be able to sustain everyone's interest for to be number one trending in Singapore this. Thousand of. A law. Mary. People can relate to the story. About the. Is this serious or comedy all Through almost I threw at my revenge through local oval Muslim, who how many How many how many episodes are? Did, not twenty or somewhere della. Hours at least the first. Hour and a half, each So I was like. To. In police into the first one showers I is this a movie or like There's a TV series we'll even show then I'll check off. She's TV series when like after devote a lot and what was so is pretty interesting interesting. So is there anything unique about the way the Korean TV shows are meet that really makes it unique. You know when you watch a fucking Quentin Tarantino movie style like Christopher Dead, style pokey dramas 'cause I've never really watched a drama aside from was commune kingdom just fucking doppler. For the more the more romantic kind of things is there like a certain unique style to it I mean? I think Korean culture in general like Japanese culture in the nineties everything there's a much more interested in Korean culture, right? What does the pop culture or even just more traditional of things the traditional dress and everything and even the imperial bureau times and all that. So in general I find that There's a bill quirkiness about all the different things that they showcase line in. Korean. Culture like so so something like this one although it's Sounds like family drama, but it has it has the trappings of light. You know those palace kind of dramas wet as we men fighting in fighting and his Love Gossiping and backstabbing going on even within a small community So in a sense like and and you know we've all heard gung style win some came out. It was really mocking a very rich on how we thought. Well, we'll get the my stuff I della. Disown also has the inklings of you know Rich percent versus the world. Who marry a poor person, and then after that by the poor person, you know do this to the county. So it's All these things about? Korean. Culture I think. I seem as you also not really suck my teeth in a quick k dramas I. liked that films at all but they always struck.
"mun" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"Not there. There's why. Logic The people controlling minimize curry. Village inning. Listening I see. You're just to clarify just respect respect you breathed you breathe a short cinema. Yeah, I go to village how ain't GonNa? Village. So. Okay. So I know you your thoughts after US auto movie. I mean. fucking very confusing didn't help that. The delong was like I couldn't muffled I felt couldn't hear long what you're saying but I still felt like generally Gordon Structure Story there and everything and I really enjoyed it. It's like watching a puzzle a puzzle come together. You know. So I was fucking confused by the end, but I didn't confuse at the end of Christopher Nolan movies before but. I would say this one I ended up. Feeling that. Okay, it was a spectacle like southern scenes. The way they filmed it was fucking awesome and just stop. You'd never seen before in a movie la but by the end of it, I was a bit disappointed because he didn't leave me like like. Fox blew my mind I mean this one, the concept blew my mind But by interim we have at some point you move your walk. When is this going to end? Actually felt it I don't know where it is because I checked out mentally or whether it. was I kind of got lost somewhere in lifted it everything just started snowballing to the point of what the fuck is going on is you give you give yours as Sabina when's is going Know How confused you? Crux of it the protagonist. The invert of of something that already happened. So so basically, yeah, he's going to convergence on the Robert Patents and character is did. And he was he at some point he switched halfway. An. Yeah. So I think I, get the structure I like how it ended, but he just fell lake at some point was I just had a lot of questions I think I think one of the things I realized the when I stepped off in a movie I was then there are some assumptions about time travel that because all the movies Washington Pass We. We always made these assumptions and we need to you kind of need to forget about those assumptions and just go in order for his movie to flow property La for his one of it is that you know jumping? You don't jump to a time in us like every if you. WanNa. Go into pass you have to go backwards and you have to expend you know the amount of time going backwards to reach ten years in the past like you have to wait ten years to get back ten years in the bachelor. So okay. Okay. So there's one important that you can't just jump like this. So then once you go back, your go forward and then go begging. Cost famliy cost timing. It just is not like specter future we jumped a pass in an audit and then the other thing is that the you know whole grandfather paradox. Keep talking about where if you cure grandfather. Is Not possible for you to exist because your grandfather wouldn't be able to give. Give you know have ULA right. So Zal. Beyond at some point then when they talked about it, a couple of times after all the movie also like. You know like the also justify doing nothing about allow..
"mun" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"By means that's why that's why it's. It's such an interesting case. Whole everyone to watch because you. You really know every day you hear people. This kind of systems rigged against you. Okay. I. Mean This when you read the judgment, right? If you're like me and you feel angry about it, this is this is why people say this thing and You know we say there's no smoke without a fire. Well, this might be the evidence of like the fire. That's why this is interesting to reeler. maybe we should do a reading of the anti one hundred and five pages A. Dramatic because I know unless someone did a podcast where they read out the apple terms and conditions on digital. fucking. A seventeen our livestream. Ding. So Yasha because I mean, oh, my goodness I guess this is like another one to add to the list of scripted plaza. We WanNa do allow I is owners be second I was the jewel on right second is be this is the because this will be so fucking interesting to deep dive and really kind of like just pull everything together because the first thing that. I've tried to find anything thankfully today did There was a time line all the way from two thousand seven to a few days ago. So that was very helpful but I mean. So right now where we where we at is that doesn't need general chambers. Sit there going to investigate further if more action needs to be taken on the M Y I'm Kim Avas the. Two. Hours ago that that they already give a warning to the family, but they need to look at. A family they went over there mentioned and had coffee and cakes, and then just throw them I'm still you I you don't do. It. So, that I think what you're doing a extrapolating what they they said I mean, Quebec the most serious of your wanting la equipment. How many podcast? Don't do Mr Lewis or something La. Okay. How how is it different from energy I? GIF Job by saying that maybe we don't exactly know we need to know what we need to know. You never you never watch the movies. Is it this carriers? Villain is the one who sounds the nicest hollow all the James. Bond movies you think they will. Not Let you do it and you die isn't lowest scary. Relearn. Woods it. I'm just saying I'm just saying you don't need to raise your voice to be debating. You didn't see my facial expression when I was saying that it was it was just pure a pure. Authority authority I didn't say with a smile. I mean s unreliable smiling by I didn't save it small. Yeah. So so so so yes, you ever had the good cop bad cop things it. Yeah Okay Okay we apply a long uphill on. Bigger. Deeper. Deeply along offline. Myself okay, I been. Time. We're big boy totally by myself. But. We want this. We talk very long but Yeah, I mean, do you have any further thoughts about this? I mean I. Think it'll be interesting to have any one of our listeners has some other points to raise the we haven't spoken about please do. Please do our our yellow but read it is there as always and yeah I'm just I'm just curious to see how unfolds la Phone Yeah. If if anyone found phone some article because I know now the blogosphere or independent publishers. A lot more active more active than ever before..
"mun" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"Private conflict is person. And actually when I read, the judgment does the sense that I felt the. Original. Judgment Order up huge I demanded appeals Josh. Miranda Said Basically the the mid party was a she's a severe disadvantage because language because of money because of you know the fact that you know she's she's just one percent against a whole families testimony and it just felt like everything that was was. brought. Against was. is almost to me I. was a sense of abusing the systemic by a US that might be in just not even stemming what is biases that people have against foreign domestic helpers while for low income and everything even in the way they would judge different things and that's the way they're going to details was very interesting for me. So for example, I like what you saying about The the handbag right. There was one particular item dating was brought up. I by the judge was about the DVD player and you don't how DVD Singaporeans when when electric spoiler times we just sell to cargo men right saw she was basically apparently the mother and the household Menem Lou had asked had told party the. Kate if the DVD player spoiled. cartoony meant. So if you hear an instruction idea, right usually means that they want to gary of La Yeah but I think party She Saudi or spoilt, but she chose to keep it 'cause she wanted to bring it back to Indonesia to get fixed. So. would you say that day is considered stealing the you wouldn't give permission to take it by the same time you have been instructed to either just troy away all. Wave is not working dealer. Would you hold you assume? Assumption. I wouldn't consider it stealing Do you it'd be like it's like leaving a living at it has been anyone dignity are right yeah. It's like when you're leaving the table after you have your one, you'd want it final. Just you. Yeah. Exactly as. So. Did so. That was really destruction apprenticeship given I think it was corporate even by momentum Liu herself but for some reason in the early judgment they decided that because she was not given express permission. Directly from the family to take the DVD player was considered stealing. So this is my British I could be completely wrong if your lawyer please this please tell me if I'm wrong by and. Don't trust me for you know scandalizing judiciary. This is my reading of it. So that's where I felt like okay..
"mun" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"Literally. Come come to take time overturning sixty basically She was asked to leave as she was two hours to pack everything and it had to ensure unhappy somewhere in in debt packing. She mentioned that she was she's GonNa Complain to Emo Ministry of Manpower that she was made to clean modern, just her own employers house. She was also made clean employers. Son's house an employer sense of this. Then on hearing that I think the family a little bit disturbed but the. This the foster to leave and she lend those those boxes just packing because she was unable to. Finish, packing them in time, and she asked the employer to send it back to Indonesia, and after she left, the family came to get in this. Apparently, they said that Oh what if there's illegal items inside these boxes, we Muslin Senate so the opened up the boxes and inside those boxes, they found all these items that I mentioned earlier than did the accused her of stealing And then they decided to this third going report that to police and subsequently when when that. Maid came back to Singapore because I. Think you're still you know she's still trying to find another job and singer Paula she came in she was arrested on the spot and December two, thousand, sixteen, December twenty six, and for the next four years she s she has been fighting this case she's she has been able to get employment, and basically this case has been her whole life and she's been hiding end. She's been hiding this whole ordeal from home family lock because it's so difficult and finally just this past week the court of Appeals overturned the conviction of the thefts and the theft of all the items. And came out with A. One hundred page or one, hundred, four pitch. Judgment reporter from this High Court judge about how the entire trial the trial judge did was. Wrong and and there was a lot of holes in testimony from the from the Luma. Young and his son and a family and You know it was just a very sensational story because rarely do see this kind of case where you know a big elite well-known well-connected family. If is a case against you know the domestic helper and actually now the high court has ruled in her favor. So I think..
"mun" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"Those are troublesome again, this plot. But yeah, there is yeah, there is a mass also. When you get you get a headache from wearing no muss. No since it the. Like he Heads off all frontline workers who wear masks. are like. My Must I pulled on my years in my head hurt. Oh. Looking for. Weak ass man I remember even me when when the PECAN was like other jockey was this as like A. More immunity I go here the one you're they want us. To Talk. Shit. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. Have you enjoy the podcast? What we said in the past humanist? Even may you giggle a little bit Yeah. Why not share with just one person because that's how podcast has been growing very organically. We're still adding top top eight, eight or seven on spotify stop one, hundred shots. So is nicer ones we cracked the top ten we haven't really left and we're very thankful for all the listeners the continuously us there and yeah now we just want to be put in one man we won't be number one I mean I am. I Don not chasing the number. So grislier, but the this the truth is are the that it's. It's nice that we're getting feedback that people really are learning. They feel like they're learning when listen to our podcast, which is something I really never imagined when we that we just felt like to do angry. Almost. Millennial boomers who wanted to complain about everything under the Sun weddings along literally we the one thing that everybody thinking about starting a podcast is recommended to never do think that the conversations between you and your friend are interesting enough or people to want to. See. The. Yeah. Concede. That's that's that's kind of where we did like literally, if you're listening now the kind of things that when I talk about literally stuff we talk more overlander of course, I'm a lot more humble and not as a bigger divide is pushing because I'm actually a wonderful person who's really down to Earth but we still talk about the same. Sheila and Darin Shit some even more in bubbly. Yeah in private of it..
"mun" Discussed on Reality Bites
"I don't know, but at least we did end the season knowing if it was going to be bar or Mary and we knew it was going to be very all. Briefly should we talk about Release mean they had a little bit of I mean again. This is tough because when it comes to lease an use. Mun, what we saw what we're gonNA see on the. Part to tonight is. There have been some developments. Let's just say that. Developments, but we are. They definitely play the clip. Where he said that Lisa was about seventy percent good after he he kind of upgraded because he's definitely going lowering these like I'll say seventy. Seventy percent good. Behind it to and from the perception from what little we got to see on the tele last night, things are still good between them and surprisingly. Like joking back and forth, she didn't get offended. She was just like. Oh, I'm going to say that you're only fifty percent. How about that a right was joking and laughing right now? I'll man. tells his money. He needs to get some tips.
Sanders calls himself an 'existential threat to the corporate wing of the Democratic Party'
"Let's play Bernie Sanders now On ABC's this week and this is the kind of thing that makes people wonder whether or not there can be ever be a marriage of these two wings of the liberal side of the world because of Independence and Democrats take a listen the corporate wing of the Democratic Party. A group called Third Way attack me and they said we were exists and Dr Mun existential threat to the Democratic Party and what I said is essential threat to the corporate wing of the Democratic Party for too long. The Democratic Party and leaders have been going to rich people's homes raising money. They've ignored the working class. And the middle class and low income people in this country that has got to change. I mean that's a really a thing that's happening Dana. That's a real sentiment out there. It's not just Bernie Sanders and thinks that it could be the thing that breaks the Democratic Party. Yeah I think that is a very big concern joy I think the idea of a brokered convention. We always sort of talk about in this point in the cycle it has never happened in the modern era. I'd be surprised if it happens at this point. Either if Bernie gets close enough basically. You have a choice. You either give him the nomination or you don't give him the nomination and he takes all his toys and he goes home and Donald. Trump is reelected. It doesn't really work in the reverse. These supporters of the other candidates will Come around and support Bernie holding their nose If they have to But the dynamic could change very quickly here if we have one in the Democratic Party. One alternative to Bernie. If that's Joe Biden was it now appears to be or somebody else when it was split among four or five people it was definitely going to be burned so now that you have somebody with a clear shot him one on one This could change very quickly.
"mun" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Dr Bernard bite Mun connecting with coincidence, have covered. A lot of topics are ready. So if you miss that first our go back and grab that if you're coast insiders, don't miss it. If you're not should become one so that you can Salai through time and coming up tomorrow night on coast to coast will also be going back a few years this time looking at the end field. Poltergeist tapes from scientific standpoint that's tomorrow night on coast to coast AM, but we were talking about coincidences, and how do we define them and then how do we experience them? And I wanna get into that romance angle because we have a. There's that idea of the fact that people don't actually see each other and fall in love as often as they used to now. The connection, perhaps is a little more textual the key words or coded words or even just photographs that people see through dating sites dating apps, and I, I wonder, you know, I always felt like I made a connection with my wife thirty five years ago when we've had in college, and she was dating somebody else at the time there was. No. There were no indicators. You know, there was nothing. She wasn't flirting with me. She wasn't but I am almost immediately knew we were going to be together, and I have no explanation for why. And I don't remember feeling that way in any eternal since I mean I remember you know she's totally hot. I think I'd love to go out with her. But I felt that way. But more with my wife and I really felt like I'm gonna end up with that woman, and that was a weird. That's I still to this day. I can't define it other than just it happened. And that's how I remember it. Where does that fit in with this discussion, coming I wanna come back to that? Because the end of our discussion we were talking about the psychos fear, God. And I think what's happening now is that the internet is making a structure in the psychos fear that's going to this making it easier and easier for us to have telepathic clairvoyant like experiences. So it's being structured by the internet is a positive way of looking at the at what the internet is doing, and as part of that during during this intermission, we're talking you were talking with somebody about the global elite. And it's very important to keep the global elite concept in mind because. It's been around a long time and it's reasserting itself around the world to get the possessions of, of a majority into the minority. It's been going on a long time. How can that be reversed? There are a lot of people asking that question. Why do we have to have so many people homeless, what I have so many people immigrating and an and angry when so many people in camps? Why is that happening? Well, we can we can band together through this psycho sphere to be able to think more together, and as a mass of people to try to influence how the whole world thinks, but we can do that only when we start recognizing the sort of thing that you just asked me about how do how does this happen when there's a song about it? And maybe your listeners know some enchanted evening, sure you will see a stranger. Yep. Exactly. We. Famous cartoon in the I, totally know that, that how do you connect those two things, though, the idea of some enchanted evening and, and world peace because. World peace starts with peace between men and women, where a big problem is or between two people who are together, we have so much marital and interpersonal conflict, going on just in the home, where people don't know how to talk with each other. And a lot of it is men and men have to be learning and some of them are the younger ones tend to be how to relate in an impasse way with the person you're with usually that woman in heterosexual way of looking at things that's where it starts in paired relationships, if I if I'm connected with someone if I'm in love with someone and she's in love with me that begins to be a foundation for love between other people, and each of us, but with him, we have to be careful about this jealousy thing, and how to use sexuality in a relationships jealousy. Binds people too closely sexuality. Defined things too sharply. These all have to be managed by the individuals involved, so that love can dominate eleven something that we don't pay much attention to we say songs about love is in many splendid, saying the what are we talking about with various kinds of loves people could have with each other. The connections that we're talking about between people this some Apache. Our beginnings or markers of connection between us and someone else this good friend of mine. Texted me the other day and she's in she's in a medic place. And I immediately had a panic attack panic attacks have had for a long time. I was I knew it wasn't just me that I was experiencing her fear her panic. I experienced that through the text to the electron of the text that sort of thing marks a closer relationship between the two of us so that can happen with other people to the difference being with you and your wife and me and this person perhaps, that, that some of these connections are much less enduring that it's really okay to be really close with someone in move on. It doesn't mean your life is ended. It means you had a great experience with both of you. Hopefully you learn something about love in connection and maybe you'll be able to do that with someone else. Interesting idea, by the way, we're talking with Dr Bernard bite. Men connecting with coincidence. If you're not careful Bernard by the end of the show someone's going to write connecting with coincidence, the musical. Yeah, it'll be on Broadway. And you'll be your book. We did this show a couple of centuries ago. We did a show called Dr coincidences song and dance show funny. Where did you do that? We did it a local coffee shop. It was fun about thirty five people came and it went off very well. Dr. It had a lot of different feelings in it. And we danced to the five of the songs from my album. Well, maybe we have to get you an George Noory. Traveling show. Sometime. It's coming near you. I think you would fit in perfectly because there are musical numbers on that as well. So I think people would enjoy that. So, but I I'm gonna I'm gonna go back to something you said. So I let me just I'll tell you something that you couldn't have known when you're on hold. We play certain promos that actually don't go out over the air. So this promo about the global elite your referring to people. Most people didn't hear that because it's really just for on hold just so the people who are on hold here, something while they're waiting it's, it's an old promo. It used to run on the air. I don't think it runs on the air anymore, but it may but in any case, I just wanna I just want to put that out to you, because I wanted to win pack it a little bit because you were talking about the global elite and where they are in, in relationship to, to coincidence. And I would argue you have different thought on this, that just like some people look at coincidence differently. A lot of people look at global elite differently. They think of the elite, depending on who you're talking to it's a different group. Yeah. Nobody nobody agrees on who the quote unquote global elite, you know is comprised of. Yes. And that, that's what I run into the time with coincidences because when somebody tells me, coincidence, story or asked me about them. First questions is what is your belief about the nature of reality? Right. I need to know where they're coming from before. I start talking with him. That's excellent. I so whereas your come from a position of sides, my before I went to get the, the PHD. My master's is in the in theology. I've masters of divinity. So I tend to look at things from that lens. Right. So that's why, but catechism earlier and, and I'm always looking at the tension between Ortho docs, in Ortho practice how we how we actually operate and how we are supposed to be thinking. And, and I think that this notion of that, there are no coincidences. It doesn't play out well in one sense. Because if we really say, there are no coincidences, then we have to say when the child ran out into the street to go get the ball in between those two parked cars and was hit by the drunk driver. That was not a coincidence. That was something that was supposed to happen. And if it was supposed to happen, then how could we ever prosecute the person who was driving the car because then they were manipulated into that place that they would have to have done that horrible thing. And then, then people say, well, then, that's where free will comes into it. And I said, well, if there's free will involved, then, then there, there must be coincidences are there must be that it must everything is not actually laid out to happen precisely the way it is that we think everything is tied together. I think it becomes sort of self defeating for that concept. I I'm glad you're clarifying something here. What you mean by. There are no coincidences not necessarily you. But. Has run the record and help. What happens? Yeah. I think that's part of that Calvin stick, viewpoint of predestination and everything. I think that's how some people anyway, but not everybody again, to your point looks at coincidence. And that's why they say, well, there is no such thing as coincidence. This is all been preordained. Right. I don't know that. I just don't believe that. And, and I think that puts me in sort of an odd place for some people. But as a religious person, I think that implies that there's some sort of amount of chaos in this world. But that's what I think I can't help it because I it plays out. You say that you're thinking in what is probably the correct way. It's, it's there's a lot of stuff that we don't have control over it seems right there. There are places in our lives, where we do have the ability to decide we do have. Some expanding and contracting, capacity to decide this way or that. And that's what's fundamentally to when I'm driving with coincidences. They do illustrate that we can decide that we have some free will you could say the higher order. God, the universe want us to be able to think we have free will, but we really don't, and that's an argument that no one can refute it just, you know, better what God's doing than I do. I know what I'm doing. And I have the feeling that I can decide to do this, or that, and I know coincidences, and I know of stories of coincidences, where people are confronted with a delicious, but unethical immoral choice in coincidences present themselves to us in that way, and you can go this way or that, and that's you choosing what I have trouble with, with statistics, and with fate or. Or God universe is it eliminates either one of those two ticks God universe eliminates the responsibility, that each of us has a psychiatrist? I do psychotherapy. I look at each person, coming to my office is being a candidate to make choices they can choose about themselves. And I try to help people recognize that capacity and take responsibility for what happens to them. And that's very true of so many coincidences the best part of that, or one of the best parts of it is, then you start to be able to see that you have some what might be called superpowers, some people are gonna panic. Some people are highly impact is the impact you're talking about some people are good at human GPS that was, too. GPS. What did you get out of that? What, what would that sound like to you in my, my wife, if she were reading that chapter would be going? That's you. That's you that I have kind of human GPS describe it for me. Please. Well, I mean so in this case in the way she uses it anyway, is that I have a dimensional understanding of where I am both in terms of. Sort of the, the meta narrative of a day of a month. And, and also also geographically that I'm not she's often she's sort of Marvel's. She thinks very differently than I do things a little bit more frenetically sometimes. Right. And she sort of jumps around a lot, and I tend to think in much more of a sense of, like where I feel connected to a divine level of things that I feel confident about. And I have no reason necessarily know, explainable reason on why feel connected to somebody or an event or a place or a time. And I'm perfectly comfortable almost in my skin, and in whatever place, I'm in all the time..
"mun" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Like they're sad little airline. But this was like a gross miscarriage of Justice, in the investigation, like Malaysia's, definitely covering up. And when the plane crossed into be at Phnom, hokey Mun signal to the plane, like Hello, welcome to our airspace or whatever. And the captain didn't say the right thing back. He said, good night, h three seventy and then went dark, and that person in Vietnam should have reported did it, then Indonesian missile defense. Wound up seeing the plane later shouldn't have been where that was. Yeah. And not only did they not going. It was supposed to be going to Beijing China. Not only did they not report, the fact that there is a plane flying an unidentified object, that wasn't on raiders because it went dark, they didn't send anything up to look at it because if they send something they could have seen who was flying the plane, they could have seen that, probably all of the passengers were dead kill him. The theory is there's a lot of different theories. And there's a lot of Baresi theories. But the theory that makes sense, given the evidence that we have is that the file it the pilot, flew the plane up to forty thousand feet where the, the plane would have depressurized people would have taken down their oxygen masks, which only lasts about fifteen minutes eventually they would have. Went into like a state of unconscious and died from there. But how do the pilot not die? There's better oxygen tanks in the cockpit. So then when everyone's dead literally everyone, probably died with oxygen masks on completely silent, like not gasping for they would have like slipped into unconscious and died. So worse with. So I mean, I guess that's I mean they'd all sucks. But it's a better way to die. Then when the ground when it hit the water, it's like blue into a million pieces with, so it did hit the water six hours later but he looks like he killed everyone a little. Yes. The little bit after it went darla whose ideals. So there's a lot of their hill. Six hundred people. The air is a lot of ceres, and we'll never know the whole story because the Malaysian government that conducted the investigation on the pilots. They said you know, he was in a good mood. That day, we looked at TV has he seemed good. He has a wife, two homes, three kids. You know, everything's good. He loves to fly on, and then the other the co-pilot was like an up and comer. This was like his last training flight before he was going to come a pilot. So when you look at the two of them, the co-pilot has just everything on the horizon, you know, silly, and then the other guy when you look deeper, his wife had left him and was living in a second home. She he was like leaving creepy comments on Instagram models of. Sure, s and over go. He wants us his flight simulator to do something similar to each three seventy where the plane just runs out of fuel who the practice it. Like perhaps that's like that might be the smoking gun anyways, there's all the time. It's the most logical theory is that the captain, just it was a suicide mission, but he also needed to kill the younger people. And also I love to comment on jeans picture her picture for us. Anything she's bending over a table of people just like with her ass out and commented. Oh, gee said, hey, maybe I would respond. I said, I don't know. I've like a Taylor, m h three seventy Nova, like I won't have a good response. Only air like it, it's now Three three. coaches Bree..
"mun" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Threes, Mun, Jan many more were destroyed in the back lot fire here in two thousand unfortunately nothing replaceable was laws universe. Studios, then CEO Ron Meyer talking, mostly about film and video. The music loss was not mentioned or downplay. The report suggests however, masters were lost universal says really nothing was lost, because most of what was destroyed where copies or the originals were converted to digital. But the article cites internal emails contrary to universal statements. Jim Roope, Los Angeles, L A city, leaders are proposing tax on empty apartments, housing activists, say some property owners are letting unit sit empty so they can find someone who's willing to pay above market rents. Supporters of the tax say rent could be lowered with a proposal and tax revenue can be used for low income housing purposes rental property owners argue their already losing money when their units aren't rented concerns over possible hepatitis. A contamination of prompted a recall of a blend of frozen berries. So only at Costco stores in LA, San Diego and Hawaii, the US food and Drug administration announced, according to KTLA the product being recalled is the four pound bag of the Kirkland signature three. Jerry blend the supplier, towns and farms alerted Costco out of an abundance of caution after an FDA test on frozen blackberry product indicated the fruit may be contaminated with hepatitis A, according to a news, release, towns and farm, says, Costco had tested positive for the virus. However, but they have no indication further talk radio seven.
"mun" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Could Mun a possible standoff is brewing between Republican Senate leaders and President Trump as Republican senators have come out against Trump's tariff threat to Mexico over, what he claims is Mexico's failure to stem, the flow of Central American migrants to the United States on Tuesday, Trump doubled down saying the five percent tariff on all Mexican goods which would increase every month until it hits twenty five percent would likely take effect. Monday negotiations are taking place in Washington DC today between Mexican and US officials, including secretary of state. Mike Pompeo and vice President Mike Pence. Mexico's push for talks to settle the issue has not yet indicated if for how they might retaliate with their own tariffs, Republican senators are reportedly considering blocking Trump from going ahead with the move, including stop. A potential new national emergency declaration from the President Trump said, in response, it would be foolish for Republicans to block the tariffs. We'll have more on this story later in the broadcast. The house has passed the dream and promise act paving a path to citizenship for two and a half million undocumented young people or those with temporary immigration status. The legislation was passed after years of grassroots organizing in a statement, celebrating the bill's passage, the immigrant youth led organization United. We dream urged the Senate to pass the act, adding, quote, we refused to use our safety as bargaining chips to build up the deportation force and other communities at risk. We will keep fighting for permanent protection and reject any proposals to grow Trump's deportation force and anti immigrant agenda. They said the White House has indicated it will veto, the Bill, even if the Republican controlled Senate passes reports emerged this week. Week of a failed attempt to reunite separated migrant families in Texas last July which saw thirty seven migrant children, spend up to thirty nine hours waiting and van to see their parents. The thirty seven children were between five and twelve years old. Most of them spent at least twenty three hours in the van during one of the hottest months of.
Mexico Cracks Down on Migrants, After Pressure From Trump to Act
"Believe this there's a story out there that the mexican government it's in the washington post the mexican government is cracking down on illegal immigration now that wasn't supposed to work remember the tariffs on mexico we were all told that that that's not gonna work that's going to destroy american consumers them and it's going to destroy all sorts of american jobs and and mexico will be mad at us and that's just not going to work the president doesn't know what he's doing i don't like tariff by the way Free market kind of guy, but the headline in the New York Times, pressured by Trump Mexico cracks down on migrants. And then you click on it goes Mexico cracks down on migrants after pressure from Trump to act. detentions and deportations and mexico are multiplying quickly the ports in new york times shang that it so sphere among thousands of central americans and others crowding the migrant shelters and budget hotels here in southern mexico many of them hoping to reach the american border the mexican government has been under intense pressure from the night from president trump and the united states to block the tens of thousands of undocumented migrants trudging north each month with the american author thirties unable to stop illegal immigration into the united states that's because of our crazy asylum laws just marching to the ports of entry they're not trying summer trying to come over the border via river in the traditional old fashioned way then they're not intended to an asylum claim that the cartels in the cody gotten smart they're teaching them how to mouth the words of asylum and they get into the system from which they hope they can eventually skate But. Foreign minister from Mexico came to Washington yesterday. he warned the terrorist would undermine mexico's efforts and that's a good face saving compromise but they have really upped their game along southern river which marks the border between mexico guatemala scores of rafts cross within view inefficient border bridge made of wooden planks lashed tire inner tubes they fled back they put back and forth throughout the day openly carrying undocumented migrants local residents and black market goods according to the rash mun the recent crackdown had not affected illegal traffic but that's not what the leaders the leaders it's working now in april more than one hundred nine thousand people were apprehended at or near the southwest border of the united states the highest monthly total since two thousand seven i like facts facts are stubborn things a hundred and nine thousand people in april it is a crisis at the border and democrats will not help the president is using the only tool in his chest i'm not a fan of terrorists but i am a fan of stopping this humanitarian disaster i can't tell you what happens these people one hundred nine thousand people a month i don't even want to think about what happened to them in the sorrow that they put up with and they've bankrupt their families they sell everything they have and their villages some villages empty i read one report people lured by the promise of new asylum gadget so the more and more that the president can do short threatening tariffs is not putting tariffs on threatening tariffs is threatening tariffs And if the Mexican government gets onboard all to the better. there are friend there are ally we get along fine with them but we need enforcement at their southern border and at art southern border there northern border and our southern border is the same border but they're shut borders with wata malla that's for the benefit of the steelers fans and we need to make sure they're doing everything they can to keep that
"mun" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A swap Mun Tuesday, the engineer accused of gunning down twelve people at the Virginia Beach municipal center, emailed, his boss, that he was resigning, quote, for personal reasons, but did not elaborate in the short Email forty Forty-year-old Dwayne credit indicated nothing about the massacre that was about to unfold Friday. Meanwhile, the shooting has highlighted the threat of violent attacks at workplaces and the difficulty of securing an office against an armed employees. The gunman used his employees keycard to gain access, and he purchased his firearms legally in Virginia, it is generally legal to carry guns into public buildings Wall Street Journal reporter chip cutter has looked at once what some city governments are doing to protect workers. Chip. What are you hearing? So. Shooting with another kind of workplace incident, we've seen. Over the years. And so. The state of security at public, and private workplaces and a number of employers have have taken a variety of measures to at least limit the carnage of shootings. If it can't be stopped altogether on Washington. DC is now rolling out a panic button there now, kind of gunshot detectors embedded in the walls and ceilings at Boston city hall in a variety of government buildings in Rhode Island and Georgia. Among other places. And so you just see employers trying to take steps to address this, but at the difficult challenge, you know, I, I think one of the disappointing takeaways from your story was that we seem to have come to the realization that as you just said, we're trying to prevent carnage or further carnage and just going with the realization that these things in some cases are just not preventable. That's it. A. Types of security threats in the past. I mean, if you think about. Balmy where there was a truck explosion outside that led to changes in terms of how buildings were located in. They were positioned farther from the street after September eleventh. We saw the addition of, you know, Bollard and barriers outside of buildings. New thinking of stairways, stairwell, design and exit flows redesigned to accommodate metal detectors and qs. I mean it was in some ways, those threats to carry consultants say were easier to respond to because, you know, you can have could could make building designs shootings could happen in all sorts of different buildings, and it can happen with someone who's an employee who brings a gun to work, and then start just kind of attacking until I think, in some ways, this is a crater kind of challenge for employers, respond to what did you get from the guy in your store named Joe Deaton the instructor attack one consulting? Well, there are a number of security consultants who have made the point that they can train people on how to respond. Fifteen seconds after shooting. But how do you he made he said that I don't have a plan. There's twelve people in a meeting, and someone has a pistol shooting. And I think that's a reminder of just how difficult this is. We're speaking with chip cutter Wall Street Journal reporter about historian, titled government buildings prepare and practice for shootings. That comes in the wake of the incident in Virginia Beach, what else is happening here chip in this space. There are really is a rethinking of, of how to how to design to design spaces to be to be kind of as possible. So there's there are now kind of, you know, kind of different laminated fee can put on glass and windows, for example. Resistant to gunshots designers architects, talking about ways to kind of out rooms provide places for people to go. A lot of training that's going on out there in terms of how to respond to an active shooting. But this is something that a lot of public and private employers are aware of and thinking of the know this red is out there. Employers are concerned employees are concerned about it. And they want to have some answers, the gunfire detection systems do they work or have they not really been tested. What's the read on those things? Well. Technology that a lot of people are exploring right now. And so just for context what they use a stick and infrared sensors to identify gunfire. The idea here is really kind of make sure that you can alert employs authorities of an incident as quickly as possible mapping software with desperate, examples, you could see where a gunman is moving inside a building the center picked it up and be able to have a real time location on where that government is valuable to employees or into building as well as authorities looking to respond. So you do see a much bigger adoption of this technology growing. I think people, you know, there, there are variety different ways that people can respond to this, this is this is one way chip cutter. Wall Street Journal reporter nineteen minutes.
"mun" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Develop antibodies, the battle them, this can happen during a blood transfusion, for instance, that was the case with a Minnesota woman named Julie park. What really happened was I broke my leg about. I don't know five eight years ago. And. Announced to me, they gave me a blood transfusion during it, and that just changed a bunch of antigens and antibodies enough. So that Ray no longer was going to be a match for me. Ray is Julie's husband. Ray book. They've been married for twenty seven years Julian, I went to high school together. Didn't know each other. Had one date when we were freshmen at the university of Minnesota. I told her I'd get back to her are twenty year class reunion. I got back toward Jillian, Ray have one daughter, three grandchildren. Julie has been a type one diabetic since she was eight years old. And it basically, you know, has caused all my medical issues over the years. Julie got her first kidney transplant when she was thirty five it came from a deceased donor, and it lasted me quite a while. That was great like twenty six plus years. And then that one for whatever reason was failing. So all of a sudden, I needed another one raise blood type is, oh, which means he's a universal donor kinda going down that road thinking he'd be able to donate to me someday. But after that blood transfusion Julia was told by her doctors that Ray was no longer a match in Julie's body. Raise kidney would have failed Ruth. Unleash Mun is familiar with Julie's case. She had a lot of antibodies ninety four percent was her antibody level, which means basically she only matches with about six percent of the population. So if Julie went the route that got her first donated kidney, it likely would have taken a long time to get another one given her particulars. One doctor told her she could wait five years or more years, which as leash describes or hard on anyone with kidney failure, then, then they're waiting on dialysis and then three days a week. The go into a dialysis unit to have their blood cleared of the toxins, that the kidney usually removes, or they're at home at night, doing home peritoneal dials this, and so that's a nightly ritual for people and. It makes it difficult to work. It makes people tired..
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Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media
"Popular podcast app. Overcast has launched clip sharing away listeners to share up to sixty seconds of their favorite podcast with other people on social media. The app produces a video or audio file to share all a link to a website luminary have responded to our many stories about them on Friday, clearly stating that they will continue to remove links from show notes quote due to important security concerns as we reported on Twitter show notes left intact in the majority of podcast apps including apple podcasts. Meanwhile, more podcast, publishers have requested their shows be removed from luminary Stitcher podcasts have been removed and Stitcher. Asking those podcast represented by mid roll to consider doing the same PR X, including radio topa are off. And we have a statement from Latigo Williams and co saying similar we have no. Plans to remove our podcast Henderson research is announcing a new set of data for podcast networks and advertising agencies. The podcast. Consumer quarterly tracking report is a subscription podcast, which offers bespoke research for individual podcast networks podcast host simple cast has launched a new metric for the podcast industry. That's their claim. Anyway, unique listeners the new metric world begin appearing in simple cost customer dashboards tomorrow. Transistor a podcast host has significantly increased available downloads within its pricing plans. The company is also reworking its analytics algorithms as it works on AB compliance, which may have a negative effect on apparent total numbers. John Gruber has written along blog posts saying that all podcast shows. But not all shows podcasts, we linked to it from show notes and our newsletter today, highlighting luminary and Spotify premium subscription models radio days, Europe's pod. Past day has an answer their first set of speakers including founder of Google podcasts. Zach Renault were dean and Andrew Davies from ABC audio studios. Australia the event is in London in the UK on the thirteenth of June. Pod news is a media partner and will be there to there is simply no excuse for the current state of live of Lipson. That's according to a shareholder of lips in k Mak partners, which is demanding all four existing directors of the company removed. Two quotes bring needed discipline to Lipson and an unwavering commitment to stockholder value. They've suggested five new directors four of whom only have a financial background and the other has just launched a new podcast onto luminary audio boom are apparently seeking a further five million pounds at six and a half billion dollars of funding. They raised two million dollars at the end of February. Why are host read ads so popular with advertisers? And listeners alike. Steven Goldstein looks at the history of the medium in a blog post that we linked to in our show notes and our newsletter today. Overcast developer Marco Arment has been vocal about luminary. However, Leon Zand Mun tweets him somehow funny that in the same week you take part in the fuzz about luminaries proxy of podcasts. You introduce a feature that enables re hosting of podcast audio and enables the audio to be played without hitting the original source. He has a point. Meanwhile, we're looking forward to a special luminary premium exclusive that we've discovered called test premium podcast one, and we all selling to Ben running who's head of design at luminary. He was speaking at design driven in New York five days before launch and podcast made it to luminary slide deck, which was nice in podcasts. Today, we mentioned four of them the detail launched today. It's daily news podcasts from Radio New Zealand. The hello. The internet podcast sold a special podcast episode for sixty three dollars recently on wax. Cylinder the episode sold out and we link to a video of the making it the Koi pond has been acquired by Starbucks audio. They've also announced a new podcast the pants down with MS Pat. And we listen to and liked the daily on Friday talking about the measles outbreak in parts of New York.
"mun" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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Nokia phones caught mysteriously sending data to Chinese servers - BGR
"Talk a little bit more about what's going on with Nokia phones and Finland Justin. I knew you are all wondering about it. And we. The goods Finland's data protection on buds Mun said Thursday that he would investigate reports from public broadcaster and our k- that Nokia seven plus phones made by h MD global sent information to Chinese servers and violated data protection. Rules, HMD global set an error in software packaging process with one batch of handsets has been fixed in February that data had never been processed. No person could be identified from the data and no personal data had been shared with third party. This is definitely one of those situations. And you're going to hear me say something similar in a few minutes where it's a normal process for a phone management company. If h MD global does some cloud services that are preinstalled on the phones that makes under the Nokia brand to have some servers that it would connect to right? And it would be it would be conceivable that there might be an error where some some data gets sent the. Shouldn't have been and they fixed that that happens in the United States. You get a little bit of concern about like, hey, what was in that data? What did you do with it? And it happens in China and suddenly in the current climate about wall way and they're networking equipment. People get even more concerned. So it's it's it's honestly impossible to tell if this is anything bigger than what H MD global says it is which is like, oh, yeah. We know. There was no third party access a little bit of data got sent to the server that shouldn't have been in. We fixed it, and it's not there anymore. Yeah. I mean for anybody who's like well as a consumer and worried about what data got Jared wasn't consumer data lesson chair but third parties. What would they have been? You know, there's a theme running through a lot of these kinds of stories about the fact that we used to live in a world where data just flowed that was the whole point of the internet was like data's really hard to share. Let's make share easily. And now, we have a whole new generation of people who who didn't come to the internet with technological knowledge. Who were like why is that data going there? Why you know, who what are you doing with it? Yeah. Although I do think that this is going to be more and more of a defining question that we have to ask and in many ways it sort of mirrors. How we many people who are listening to this are well aware of what targeted advertising is and how much of our data goes into a various marketing companies hands. But these are things that I think are like that issue was five years ago where the people that knew knew it people that are care about tech are going to know more and more about what what information is going where and at what point. Is it going there like that? That is something that we do need to think more and more
"mun" Discussed on Gilmore Guys
"Disturbing piece Suzie tries to ward off a new friend while keeping a low profile, the resort midge jumps at the opportunity to redeem herself at beyond Mun. Okay. The new friend made this office is so weird Chester Connor Ratliff. I know we know what I was excited about con, I saw the synopsis. What's I hadn't watched the episode yet y'all Mun heaven why I was excited her new friend was that girl that she met in the in the bunk. That was like, oh you. Oh, yeah. Friendly that girl was now I think just player who was way too excited. But like she was just like, hey work here on my God. Hey, do you wanna bunk weirded out by her? And I was like, okay. This is great. This is going to be Suzy being gay those really hoping for sued, and then it was just dumb ass Chester do. That's the opposite of TV enga-, Chester. And now it's time for a little segment. We do every episode called. So worth it. Oh you saying. Pop culture. In the episode put in super cut this is to five midnight. Here we go. Okay. Pretty Roman is a basis street east of the Blue Angel. Danny Kaye is Jewish motion surely are seeing into grossing those Tuesday's mainly Eisenhower lost sister. Why did they make a play about Lizzie board? I hate trials. All that ridiculous Perry. Mason crap. Look Valentino you single. Rockefeller like Rockefeller those acute seen. Joel. And his mom. Joan his mom was like a beautiful was I was really taken sweet. His mom has the voice of like, Kathleen Turner. She really started smoking surely. Yeah. Do you know what she's a she's a Broadway gal to she's done a lot of Broadway stuff? I thought she loves people. She in strictly ballroom. I don't know. She reminds me of the mom from strictly ballroom. That's the one of the of the red curtain trilogy. I have not seen. That's the we got to complete it. It's the new hope of the red curtain trilogy. That's what I was called. Right. Yeah. Romeo. Plus, julia. Which would make. The last week or the Baz Lerman. Yeah. Yeah. He calls it his unofficial red curtain trilogy those three movies. Yeah. I love more love me last night. Think it's not what I told you. Baz ler. They kind of repeat the joke that they did in just the episode before when moisten Shirley, they do with the cabin. All the shenanigans. Like get this get that. It's the exact same thing as the maze was doing the exact, but I I was like what are we doing? I think we're supposed to feel like the Maizels are especially knowing though, which I was not sure I felt like this episode really present the world and those like and here are these annoying people. And I didn't remember them being annoying as episode. Yeah. Imagine like being like, the I always see them from the actress perspective, and we like so in this show. Like, if I my character has like, you know, we've just summit up, you know, what their direction it's like, oh, they're the most annoying people in the world. That's what we are seeing here sites. Yeah. Protagonist. I was here. Take by that storyline is sudden too. Framed it a little bit in other episodes like, yeah, they kinda like them and stuff, but why the the Wiseman stout? So stuck with them? I could only that it was because of their mutual grandkids who never come up. So the drive for anything. They're going to be allies that eventually they're both going to have to pay for these children's funerals. That's actually what David talking. Attrition. It's like a hard thing to there was a line. I was like oh it smells like esters diaper. And I was like oh, right. Her. Sir. No, sir. So one mentioned was like derisive like she smells. This is the shittiest smell in the world like my child. Thank god. So I don't know if you guys caught it this is a it's unconfirmed. But I I have a pretty strong suspicion, the PA voice. Didn't you have arrived? I repeat. Arrived. Pretty sure that's Daniel yet. Almost one hundred percent. That's Daniel that sounds like Daniel right sounded last night. Hey, so is Bess Daniel palladino party. With all the streaming kings. Streaming. If you've seen kings of streaming part for. Stream..
"mun" Discussed on First Things First
"I would consider the single best asset in the NBA not named Yana Santen Gupo in Luke Donncha JR. And you put a ceiling on the next five years. That is a risk. I would not take. This was a move that team. That doesn't have a blue chip prospect. I think would make I'm surprised Dallas. Did it? Well, here's the one thing. I will say today. And I think it's a gamble just because of the health Christmas Porzingis the most games he played in was his rookie played in seventy two since then it's declined sixty six forty eight hadn't played the game this year. So I understand where you're coming from. My only question that you would be how else will the Dallas Mavericks going to be able to acquire a player of this? Right. 'cause you think where they're at right now, they weren't going to be bad enough to get one of those top three lottery picks, and you weren't gonna be good enough to be considered a playoff contender. So you had to make a move. If you're Mark Cuban in those guys down there in front office. I think that this was a calculated risk. I think with the potential for Christmas porzingas, the reward or the player is worth the risk in that situation normal cases, I would agree with you Luca Danni is the best player to come into the league's in the last eighteen years. Lebron Durant Davis dodge those are the four best players to come into the league Luca. If he's given you. Twenty six and five right now if he never improves and just does this for a decade, he's a hall of Famer and he's going to improve he's a teenager. I would not give up my ability draft players. I would not give up cap flexibility. I would say we've got the only thing that matters an MVP caliber guy to build our team round. And we've got him locked in a centrally for eight more years. Let's not try to microwave it now, maybe Kristaps as healthy and it works out great. It's an enormous risk that I wouldn't take with one of the most important players in the league. We gotta take a break coming up which team will be taken home the Lombardi trophy back to football. We'll break down from all sides next on first. Former head coach time Super Bowl champ. Eric Mun genie's here. Head coach Woodland's. All right. We are now just two days away from Super Bowl fifty three Tom Brady and the patriots trying to win their sixth Super Bowl the century. While Gerry Goffin, the Rams will try and win the team's first Super Bowl in Los Angeles matchup between the greatest coach of all time and Bill bell check and a young up and coming in Sean McVay experience versus inexperience coach, let's dive in with the obvious question who has the edge. Come Sunday going with experience over the fact that Bill Belichick has forty-three years in the NFL so ten more years and then saw McVeigh's been alive. And then you've got experience at quarterback and the depth of experience with the assistant coaches in New England all of that plays a big role because there are a lot of a lot of things that happen differently in in this week leading up to it or two weeks leading up to it in the game itself. There's there's things that you have to adjust to that. That's hard your first time to really understand. Appreciate and prepare for the right way. Where New England nine Super Bowl. This is just this just another another game on the schedule. Why do you think last year that didn't factor in so much?.
"mun" Discussed on First Things First
"I I would listen to it. And if I'm San Francisco, by the way on the other side of this. It's a huge year for everyone there. John Lynch for Kyle Shanahan for Jimmy Garoppolo. And you can't have George kindle as your number one option. So I understand why they would be interested. No Dell and you consider the free agent market for wide receivers coming up in twenty nineteen and the two thousand nineteen draft class for why receivers it's not necessarily the deepest groups. So think. It makes a whole lot of sense of San Francisco to explore trade options to bring in a proven commodity at the wide receiver position somebody that can be a difference maker. And when you factor in age, I don't know that there's a receiver out there that I would take in front of del Beckham. He's just been that good for his first five seasons have been thousand yard reception seasons. Of course, he missed the majority of last year with the ankle injury. So I mean, it makes sense for the two sides to hear each other out. But ultimately, I'm not sure that ends up getting done. Take a break. Coming up is Andrew I'm for a deep playoff run next. Back here on first things first for NFL head coach, Eric Mun genie's here, and we missed you coach really happy. Happy new long. One in a long time this coach, and it's been too long. I was texting during the weekend. I missed him look for pets. Not their best season. Not their best wrong. Not their best Brady still the two seed in the AFC is Brady showing signs of decline at age forty one. Maybe. But right now Brady's in the driver's seat until he isn't anymore, and despite less than great stats pro football, focus ranked him the fifth best quarterback in the NFL this season Kirk coach fifth best quarterback that everybody sort of give up on Brady a little too soon. Who who's giving up on them? Besides Nick who's giving up on on Tom Brady. And you look at what he's dealt with the whole season. They move on from there left tackle, they replace them with the guy that that was converted defensive lineman. A really great job, you coached there left tackle. And you're shocked that he's not look he had a long way to go. And he's done a great job for one thirtieth of what made God in in New York. So he do that. You lose your starting wide receiver. Gronk MRs gains, Edmund MRs what the first four games denim dole goes Miami. He's got all these things where we just Josh Gordon comes in, and then he leaves. But nobody makes a big deal about it. Because Tom Brady's gonna handle whatever it is as opposed to some quarterbacks who had weapons the whole season long, and they're a little bit more explosive or they seem more explosive. But if they had to deal with the issues at Tom to deal with New England, they could never listen. I've always thought the story of Tom Brady New England is he's. Overcoming that awful organizational structure, they have I always I was he's always in. I mean, he's gotta deal. Forget the fact that he's got to deal with the gauntlet of the AFC east. You got the bills and the jets and the dolphins. I don't know how he can get through that. And and now. I mean, obviously Bill bell check failed him for what the eighteenth consecutive year. And the story of Brady is overcoming. What are we has? Everyone gone crazy bring obviously Brady is the greatest quarterback ever. And he's still very good quarterback. But there's no way to look at Brady this year compared to Brady last year the league MVP and not see significant deterioration even in that jets game. You can't see him miss Chris HOGAN in the middle of the end zone. Open by fifteen yards could have drawn a circle around him and see him sale the ball overs. Head and say, oh Brady's entering a different phase of his career..
Luka Modric wins Ballon dOr, ends reign of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Luca Madre twins bowel on Dr ends reign. Of Lionel Messi Cristiano Renaldo Paris Luca Madrid and the long reign of Lionel Messi and Christiano Ronaldo by winning the ballon door for the first time Monday Madria won the Champions League with Real Madrid. And then guided Croatia to the World Cup final in July. The midfielder was voted player of the tournament messy and Rinaldo had one everybody Londor since two thousand eight and usually competed only with each other for the greatest recognition among soccer's elite as a kid we all have dreams, my dream was to play for a big club and went important trophies Madras said the ball on door was more than just a dream for me. It is really an honor and a privilege to hold this trophy. Renaldo was second in the polling. Followed by France forward on Thuan grease men, France teenager, Killian Mugabe was fourth Brazil's knee mar was third last year. But twelfth this time messy was fifth in the voting having been runner up. Throw now, though the past two years and in the top three every year since two thousand seven Madras had not previously been in the top three two thousand eighteen is a dream year for me said moderate thirty-three throughout my career. I realized hard work, persistence and belief in yourself in difficult moments are the foundations of success moderates father was shown on the big screen wiping away tears during the ceremony at the imperious Grand Palais in Paris Renaldo missed a record six award, which would have moved him. One ahead of messy the previous player to win it before. Those two started dominating world soccer awards with Brazil midfielder kakapo with AC Milan. In two thousand seven Rinaldo also on the Champions League last season with moderate before leaving to join you Ventas Renaldo scored a hat trick against Spain at the World Cup. But he failed to make an impression when Portugal lost to Uruguay in the round of sixteen. Mugabe in Greece Mun scored in the four to World Cup. Final win against Croatia. Mugabe earned a domestic treble. With paris. Saint Germain grease Mun also scored twice frat. Let it go Madrid in the Europa league. Final win against Marseilles, France coach DA day shots at a France player should have won the award. They deserve it. Because of what they did with the national team at the World Cup and also because of the trophies they won with their clubs day. Shaw said Mugabe at nineteen the youngest player to score in a World Cup. Final one the Raymond Kopa trophy, which is a warded to the best young player drone. Pook. Meyer is an Associated Press Writer.
Fire and Air
"As well. Fires burn a noxious mix of gases and fine particles. Enter the atmosphere creating rivers of smoke that crossed the country. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future fire powerful as a researcher. I use data light gated to look at the large scale we'd back of fire and smoke on the climate system and on air quality. Dr amber soya is an atmospheric scientist at the National Institute of aerospace and serves as the associate program manager for Nasr's applied sciences, wildland fire program, if you're nearer fire, you know, that you're threatening. But if you're far away from the fire, you don't understand the connection to your health smokers pollutant that's unhealthy and it results in poor quality. It's bad for you Mun that animals. It's bad for ecosystem health, and it can result and respiratory illnesses heart attacks and even at times Steph while fires affect us. All so NASA. Researchers like amber will continue to use the vantage of space to safeguard our future for innovation. Now. I'm Jennifer poll animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with nessa and is distributed by w HR Wien.
Steven & Seth Help Me Learn My Enneagram Type (Part 2 of 2)
"It. So anyway, that's that's why stressed the value of an actual conversation yet, right? Yeah. This was really, really valuable can plug up our podcast again. That's why part of the purchase that we take is where we're trying to find people like you who are different parts in their journey, like some people who haven't even been typed, we type them on on the episode, other people baby working with it for a year or two. And so they know little bit that we can kind of help encourage them on where they might go next with it. I mean, I'd like to get some people who have more than us and and and are able to teach us a few things that may be tell us where to go next to write all the road under our kids. Yeah, yes. With the integral podcasts that I've listened to already is you dealing with people who've been doing it for thirty years already in they know all their stuff I want. I want to engage people from a lot of different places and Ryan do learn from them, but also just see where they're at in their journey and listen to their story. And I think I think it's super useful for people to hear right now where your app like and to hear us go through this and the way we talk about it. Yeah. And here here, I think that if all you know about the Ingraham is what you've read on Twitter, you're probably not integrate place than that. Not yet. It's fair. I mean that that's the thing that is bad, but you need more, right? Yeah, that's the thing about about those sort of like, you know, you get these little touches here and there, and he knows referring to something really deep that's happening elsewhere. But those conversations because they're referential, because they're referring to someone else's deep experience or personal research or whatever it might be. It's hard to access that which is why this has been so fruitful and I'm very thankful that that you guys took the time out of your evening to to walk me through this because this was this was extremely helpful get. I'm glad. Well, it'll be interesting to see. You know, as you sit with this and continue to discern explored on your own, it'll be interesting to see after a while where you're at with it. And yeah, maybe new insights, maybe you'll realize that we're calling all wear barking up the wrong tree or maybe you realize that this is good and we can take a step deeper and see what happens. It'll be interesting to hear your feedback. Yeah. So I've, I've got some homework to to think about things a bit more. And then we'll loop back around here in the. Near future and and revisit that. Now has your has your podcast launched or do you have a launch window? We point the we will launch by the time you hear this goes, but that's the plan. Awesome. Awesome. And where can, where can people find you online? Well, they can find me as a Seth harsh Mun dot com. And I'm actually. Just starting to try to any grand things fulltime. So seminars, workshops and individual coaching. Awesome. I'm working towards getting my license in as a life coach and it'll be a lot of like India, Graham based coaching, and so they'll be able to find that stuff is Seth Hartman dot com. I'm on Twitter at. As harsh men. And then the the podcast is the nine podcast. There's a for that while at night podcast also in podcast, that's a the number numeral. Nine? Yeah, EAC new nine? Yes. As a Hindi short hand for ideogram in Hon. Great, Steve. Do you have any any place people can find you online? Yeah. He can find my. Odd and hopefully insightful. Twitter feed at at skeptical, underscore monk because skeptical mystic was taken, and I had a figure. Underscore. And then I've got this funny YouTube channel where I'm trying to upload things that are thought provoking challenging. Maybe hopefully encouraging which again is skeptical mystic. If you're searching on YouTube on pretty small, so you might wanna throw. Quotation marks around it when you searched for it, but often. Yup. And, and Steve also had a series with me talking about mysticism in crystal traditional specifically in that's in this feet as well. So also, yes. Well, again, thank you Seth in Steve for taking your evening and setting aside to to go through this because it it was very helpful for me, and I am very happy to be able to sort of present this to people within the feed and then loop back with you soon too. Yeah, privilege. Yeah, thank you for the upper tune ity. It means a lot to us. We appreciate it. Of course.
Jennifer Lopez To Receive Vanguard Award at MTV VMA's
"For ten percent off built something great and less move on from visionary, filmmakers by kely and producer short in peel comes black Klansmen. Starring John David, Washington, Adam driver Laura Harrier Tofa grace. Black clansmen tells the story of Ron stallworth. First African American detective serve in Colorado Springs. Police department determined to make a name for himself. Stallworth played by Washington bravely sets out on a dangerous mission infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan sign mea, the detective soon, recruits, more seasons, colleague, flip zipper, Mun Zimmerman, sorry, that name just get it out. Sorry, just my body regurgitates played by Adam driver into undercover investigator investigation of a lifetime together. They team to take down the extremist group as the organization aims to sanitize, it's violent rhetoric to appeal to the mainstream. Doesn't that sound familiar? I'm ready, yes. It's produced by the team behind the Academy Award winning get out black klansman the crazy outrageous end incredible true story of a real American hero. You can see the newest Spike Lee joint black klansman in theaters, August tenth. I'm gonna have to check that out. You know, I'm come. Come ready to be men, but yet doesn't come out. Okay. Clansman less the show. All right. So we're back. It's time for the read. Yes. I have a few things to say, try and make them very query. First of all, muni while glad that somebody's because this was all my list today as well. Glad. Wow. After all, of whom in Holland in me, still standing Parker said all rooting for you in just really, really rooting watching the parkers every day. I don't care that you and Roseanne friends and she came onto ubt. Talk show, didn't wanna go on your show and you know you're just not going to money. Rosendo care about your blackest. Care about none of our black asses. She did Roseanne would not be rose, ending her way through a whole bunch of maybe cocaine, I think cocaine sounds like cocaine and all of the other foods that she's been a part of Roseanne when the fucked up a whole bunch of people's jobs would not still be running around here right now, screaming, racist comments from a bottom of her good. And here you are defending her while also claiming that the industry blackball Jew and as a black woman, and then in industry, I'm just sell sad. So disappointed in this. Yes, money, I really want the best for you. I think you're such a great talented, not only comedian just performer myriad, but the headline I read in the story for a while, the headline made me Sola said, I just couldn't believe it sister. That's what we're doing right now. Gross while sister where was Roseanne were you were hollering for everybody to boycott. Netflix with outta remembers talking about definitely be paid what she like this this, what you all have offered her is disrespectful. Where was Roseanne when you were going through it? Where was that? What was the sisterhood? Has she ever called you there. Especially in the last like six months and this bitch, looking at everything Rosanna the this is the hill. You wanna die on lost sizes. You had my support until you came into, you decided Roseanne had yours. Just won't do that. I just can't. Nope. Like you were right then and you're wrong. Now I don't feel bad for supporting you right there. Spock now very. It's like, Yep, sorry. Also, I would like to say, I heard that Jennifer Lopez is going to be getting the Michael Jackson video vanguard award via maize this year. I just wanna say that. Jennifer Lopez is beautiful woman. She's had six packs and she was born. She is a great former dances are asked still puts on a great show. Lots of really pretty looks and many music videos. And you know, she's, here's the thing. I don't really feel like I need to. Shea, Jennifer Lopez. I wouldn't have a problem. Jennifer Lopez winning this award. If Missy Elliott, our Hanlin and honestly eve, Missy Elliott did already have one Acas still think of some people who I feel like should get a video vanguard award before Jennifer Lopez, like Busta rhymes, kind of homophobic. So after Oscar, Kendrick, Lamar. Outcast. Alkhast definitely. Am I a give one to Mariah Carey doesn't have one in my has a problem with anti blackness. Oh, don't forget. Remember when she said something about somebody asked her about black lives matter. She was like, where is beyond saying Kendrick to say, Muslim lives. Syrian lies matters. Let's going over to..
New Alzheimer’s drug shows hints of promise in inventive trial
"A new drug is sparking hope for those suffering from, Alzheimer's disease CBS's Alison keys tells us how it worked works route not, only reduce the amount of plaque on the. Brains of Alzheimer's patients but it also slowed the progression of dementia thirty percents experts warned, that more extensive trials of, the drug known as a in two a one will be needed but this could be the first medication. To successfully deal with both brain changes and the symptoms of Alzheimer's this study showed one hundred sixty one. Patients, taking the highest dose. Of the drug had a significant response again, that's CBS's Alison. Keys a group of conservative House Republicans are Calling for, the impeachment of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein and they've introduced legislation to do it. As CBS. Laura Podesta reports they're accusing him of high crimes and misdemeanors for. Allegedly failing to hand over information from the Russia investigation, we're tired of the Justice department giving us the finger and not giving, us the information we're entitled to do to. Do our constitutional duty house conservatives Jim Jordan and Mark meadows who introduced the resolution said, on Fox News they could, use procedural methods to force a vote this week Rosenstein faced Jordan at contentious house hearing last month if. You're interested in the truth Mr. Jordan the truth is we have a team of folks there Trump appointees. And, career folks and they're. Doing their best to produce these documents More than eight hundred thousand documents related to special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe have already been given to congress. It would take only a simple, majority to, pass the impeachment resolution and then it would have to be sent on to the, Senate where it said it is likely to fail A bomb rocked the street outside the US embassy in Beijing this morning the explosion went off right outside the. Embassy gate where dozens of people had lined up to get visas ABC's, Matt gut Mun reports from Hong Kong u. s., officials say that nobody was hurt except for that, bomber himself and it. Didn't cause any damage to the embassy which is relatively new and heavily, fortified, out this point Chinese officials say they have detained this. Twenty six year old suspected bomber they say he, is in. A hospital getting treatment. One of his hands that was injured so far no word on motive Chinese authorities are describing the bomb as. A firecracker device WBZ, news time ten twelve and time to check in on sports for that we had over to the ace hticket dot com sports studio here's WBZ's Adam Kaufman the. Baseball leading Red Sox were well on their way to. A win last night in Baltimore until the rains wiped out there five nothing second inning lead and forced a postponement that game be made up as part of a day night Double header August eleventh so Boston ended its road trip three and two when will return to Fenway tonight. For the, first four against Minnesota Twins won three in a row Brian Johnson will make his twenty-seventh appearance of the season in the seven ten start the lefty one and one with a two twenty two ERA in five starts he's only faced the twins once this year one inning of relief Johnson louder run in that outing last month. Twins will counter with Kyle Gibson tonight he gave up two runs over, six innings in a loss to the Red Sox, June twenty-first the radios one seventy four ERA in, three career starts in. The hub Mookie Betts lost what would have been his twenty fifth home, run, of the season last night's rain out he's homered three. Times in a dozen at bats against Gibson socks, will also. Face the Phillies twice..
UK PM May says Donald Trump told her to sue the EU over Brexit
"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum president trump believes later today for helsinki finland for a meeting tomorrow with russian president vladimir putin trump's now in scotland where he's been spending the weekend at one of his golf courses one of two in the country the president met last week with british prime minister theresa may she told the bbc's andrew maher today that previously trump had given her advice which she did not take trump had told her how to deal with european leaders on the uk's departure from the eu don't negotiate see them in court he told me i should sue you sue the city you negotiation susan actually no negotiations with may pointed out that during his visit the president had also told her not to walk away from negotiations secretaries of state from around the country and election security experts are gathered in philadelphia this weekend to discuss how to fight back against the threat of interference in november's midterms as whyy's bobby allen reports election watchers are especially alert about voter registration breaches department of homeland security officials say russians made efforts to hack into the election systems of at least twenty one states on the twenty sixteen presidential election and susan green hall with the national election defense coalition does not want to see that again in november so she's talking with top state officials about a nightmare scenario and adversary attacking voter registration databases on election day to change voter registration records and prevent people from voting on election day causing chaos and also sewing discord and mistrust in the system green hall says many state leaders have assured her that registration databases are getting increased security and election officials say they are developing backup plans in the event that voters have trouble casting ballots in november bobby allen npr news philadelphia after a month long run the men's world cup ends today with the final between france and croatia france was one of the favorites heading into the soccer tournament croatia surprise finalist thanks to the team's historic streak of endurance npr's tom goldman reports it's a day of i for croatia first time in a world cup final first team to get to the final after winning three straight time games and they're hoping the match with a first world cup championship france is favored it has the more talented lineup from forwards killing an mvp and antoine greece mun to rocksolid goalkeeper hugo lorries croatia particularly shines in midfield where luka modric excels with his ball handling and passing the french shouldn't rely on their opponents fatigue with those record three straight extra time wins croatia has proved it can go for as long as it takes but if france can outlast the croatians it will mean a second championship and first since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight tongue goldman npr news this is npr news from washington the united nations issued a report today that the number of civilians killed in afghanistan in the first half of the year increased by one percent this year one thousand six hundred ninety two civilians died the most since the un mission in afghanistan began keeping track of civilian deaths in two thousand nine the report said more than half those deaths were attributed to islamic state the last two blockbuster stores in alaska are shutting their doors tomorrow marking the end one of the last strongholds of the video rental business as npr's laura sydell reports that leaves only one blockbuster in the united states in the pre internet days blockbuster was the place to go when you wanted to watch a movie at home but the internet has moved the rental business online blockbusters all over the country shut their doors but the alaska stronghold state and business partially because high speed internet in the state was expensive now the last two stores one in anchorage and one in fairbanks are calling it quits the last blockbuster standing is in bend oregon the satirist john oliver did a segment on the alaska stores he sent them russell crowe memorabilia including a jockstrap crow war in cinderella man the hope was that the stores could sell the items for money or use it to draw customers the under says he'd like to return the jockstrap laura sydell npr news the california democratic party has given its endorsement for the senate seat now held by dianne feinstein it's not for feinstein but for another democrat state senator kevin de leon who is considered to be a long shot in the general election member i'm nora raum npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include e c m c foundation working through improve postsecondary educational outcomes for under served students through evidence based innovation learn more at e cmc mc foundation.