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Police ID 7-year-old girl shot near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

AJC Briefing

00:50 sec | Last month

Police ID 7-year-old girl shot near Phipps Plaza, Atlanta

"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery

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Atlanta police identify 7-year-old girl shot while riding in car in Buckhead

AJC Briefing

00:50 sec | Last month

Atlanta police identify 7-year-old girl shot while riding in car in Buckhead

"Atlanta police have identified the seven year old girl struck by a stray bullet monday evening. While christmas shopping with her family in buckhead kennedy maxi remained at children's healthcare of atlanta at scottish right in critical condition wednesday afternoon authorities said maxi who lives in the mabel. Ten area was shot in the back of the head while riding with her mother and aunt near phipps plaza. Investigators do not believe the families. Lexus was the intended target of the shooting which stemmed from an argument between several men in the parking lot of saks. Fifth avenue interim police chief rodney bryant said. The child's aunt told detectives. She heard the gunfire. While driving along peachtree road near the high end shopping mall moments later she realized maxi had been struck and drove straight to the hospital where the little girl was rushed into surgery

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What happens when the salmon stop coming home

Unreserved

04:12 min | Last month

What happens when the salmon stop coming home

"They're called the miracle fish. The lifeblood of first nations up and down the pacific northwest. They feed the river system that snakes through british columbia giving back to the earth and the animals. The journey of a wild sockeye salmon is nothing short of a miracle every year. They swim hundreds of miles from the ocean to their spawning grounds to inland rivers and streams. When they finally made it overcoming countless obstacles along the way the parents lay their eggs and die and then a new generation of salmon make their way downstream and into the pacific ocean to do it all over again it's an astounding journey and it used to be that tens of millions of vibrantly colored wild salmon could be seen swimming to the upper reaches of the rivers to spawn. This fall there were fewer than three hundred thousand. That's the lowest number of wild salmon ever recorded. And that's cause for huge concern. Cbs's jennifer trumka brings us documentary swimming upstream. Salmon is who we are as first nations people and i cannot name a first nation that has any measure of abundance of wild salmon period. We need them. they're the canary. In the coalmine. As go salmon so goes our ecosystem that we had the lowest returns. Ever you know just a few hundred thousand sockeye to the entire fraser river this year. you know. that's that's quite scary. We are down to absolutely historic glow returns. There are just so many domino's that fall over. That will fall over when the fish are all gone. It's heartbreaking aim. Is bob chamberlin. I was the elected chief. Councillor for the Copies first nation of the meuse outing people and territories about archipelago of also served nine years as vice president the union to be seeing the chiefs my bach home her way. traditionally ms galactic Yeah that's who i am and we're here. In the beautiful territory of the squamish. People bought chamberlain is a high profile leader who stands tall and poised. He also radiates warmth. We've met at an ocean side. Park in west vancouver where there's a totem pole. It's of a human figure wearing cedar hat and has awale carved on its back and as if it were planned as bob gates close to bald eagles landing on top of the pool. Coming down here because of the welcome poll. That's at the end of the jetty here. So we see. I believe this is a welcome figure and you know this being at the mouth of the kaplan a river. This is a place where the salmon come back for the people and always have and they've always been here. I i grew up going home to our village quiet stumps on gilford island and i remember seeing my family the whole community working on fish. You know in the summertime when we would go home and so is imprinted upon a very young age. Just how important. It was to our village to our people and to sit and enjoy our traditional foods with my grandmother and my uncles. My aunties and to know that i was home and to be able to enjoy that and then as i quite long time ago when i was a commercial fisherman in campbell river i'd get fish food fish and we'd go out and make a special trip during the season. And then we distribute the fish to all of our family. And i would always get two one hundred and two hundred sockeye and the reason i did. That is because we'd go to auntie mabel house 'cause she had two big back yard you'll bath tub in the back and and tim able and granny any and my mom. Would we'd all work on fish so we would have filleted fish in the deep freeze beat have canned fish for everything else and it was really nice to be able to bring in that food source. That was so cherished. And then i look at today and i feel fortunate. I got to sakai in the deep freeze.

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What happens when the salmon stop coming home

Unreserved

04:46 min | Last month

What happens when the salmon stop coming home

"Salmon is a staple food for many indigenous people in the pacific northwest. Many names chinook. Coho sockeye pink chum. The fish has been the subject of song story and artwork for thousands of years. It is also a symbol of fortitude and self sacrifice but in recent years the mighty salmon has been facing some scary realities today on the show a deep dive into the ripple effect of the dwindling fish stock. And what happens when the salmon stop coming home. They're called the miracle fish. The lifeblood of first nations up and down the pacific northwest. They feed the river system that snakes through british columbia giving back to the earth and the animals. The journey of a wild sockeye salmon is nothing short of a miracle every year. They swim hundreds of miles from the ocean to their spawning grounds to inland rivers and streams. When they finally made it overcoming countless obstacles along the way the parents lay their eggs and die and then a new generation of salmon make their way downstream and into the pacific ocean to do it all over again it's an astounding journey and it used to be that tens of millions of vibrantly colored wild salmon could be seen swimming to the upper reaches of the rivers to spawn. This fall there were fewer than three hundred thousand. That's the lowest number of wild salmon ever recorded. And that's cause for huge concern. Cbs's jennifer trumka brings us documentary swimming upstream. Salmon is who we are as first nations people and i cannot name a first nation that has any measure of abundance of wild salmon period. We need them. they're the canary. In the coalmine. As go salmon so goes our ecosystem that we had the lowest returns. Ever you know just a few hundred thousand sockeye to the entire fraser river this year. you know. that's that's quite scary. We are down to absolutely historic glow returns. There are just so many domino's that fall over. That will fall over when the fish are all gone. It's heartbreaking aim. Is bob chamberlin. I was the elected chief. Councillor for the Copies first nation of the meuse outing people and territories about archipelago of also served nine years as vice president the union to be seeing the chiefs my bach home her way. traditionally ms galactic Yeah that's who i am and we're here. In the beautiful territory of the squamish. People bought chamberlain is a high profile leader who stands tall and poised. He also radiates warmth. We've met at an ocean side. Park in west vancouver where there's a totem pole. It's of a human figure wearing cedar hat and has awale carved on its back and as if it were planned as bob gates close to bald eagles landing on top of the pool. Coming down here because of the welcome poll. That's at the end of the jetty here. So we see. I believe this is a welcome figure and you know this being at the mouth of the kaplan a river. This is a place where the salmon come back for the people and always have and they've always been here. I i grew up going home to our village quiet stumps on gilford island and i remember seeing my family the whole community working on fish. You know in the summertime when we would go home and so is imprinted upon a very young age. Just how important. It was to our village to our people and to sit and enjoy our traditional foods with my grandmother and my uncles. My aunties and to know that i was home and to be able to enjoy that and then as i quite long time ago when i was a commercial fisherman in campbell river i'd get fish food fish and we'd go out and make a special trip during the season. And then we distribute the fish to all of our family. And i would always get two one hundred and two hundred sockeye and the reason i did. That is because we'd go to auntie mabel house 'cause she had two big back yard you'll bath tub in the back and and tim able and granny any and my mom. Would we'd all work on fish so we would have filleted fish in the deep freeze beat have canned fish for everything else and it was really nice to be able to bring in that food source. That was so cherished. And then i look at today and i feel fortunate. I got to sakai in the deep freeze.

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Maskless Heckler Shuts Down Update On Coronavirus

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 4 months ago

Maskless Heckler Shuts Down Update On Coronavirus

"They're concerned about a spike in covert 19 cases in parts of Brooklyn and Queens. Local hecklers disrupted a Health Department news conference about the increase in cases. In the Bensonhurst. Mabel Dinari. Oh, you just put your mask on. You can finish your press conference. You could have done your press conference Monday or yesterday, Top city health officials heckle two graves and park by members of the Orthodox community, disputing the increase in Corona virus infections in the neighborhood were here because three times the number of new cases every day. Is extremely concerning Dr Ted Long of the city's testing trace program, explaining that they're distributing masks, urging social distancing and have a test site in the park. Maria Luego lives here. This bike is going to get worse because they don't practice no social distancing. They have parties. I can welcome you to sit in front of my stoop. She wore her mask. But she says most people here do not. Juliet. Papa

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"mabel" Discussed on Loving The Work You Do

Loving The Work You Do

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"mabel" Discussed on Loving The Work You Do

"The government saying that they're too big that they need to like break up and down companies because they're a massive and nobody can compete with them. So they're they're only in the news when there's like some lawsuits from the government saying, you know, you guys are too big but I think that's like kind of dumb because okay. Are you going to get rid of Google like they pretty much run the world? Yeah. That's why so what are you trying to say, like even people in the government that find them or fight them they use Google so I don't know what the deal is, but that's pretty much what they're on the news. But to be honest for the most part they're always, you know on the low whatever. Yeah kind of quiet. Wow. Wow. Google's there are no one's talking about them. Okay. Thank you for saying that and I dunno like cuz I do work for a government agency like, you know all the emails and everything that people are using Google not zoom, you know, and you know, so wow, I will check Google out. They haven't crossed my radar in a low wage, but they you know when you think about it, okay, they're pricey but who competes with them, you know, they're like, you know, they give their own soldiers, you know, keep in mind like I don't like to recommend things. I just like two people to like see for themselves and and see if it's something that fits your investing strategy or you invest in goals type of thing, but I think that those are really good. So let me see. I have a couple more questions. So question is I have a fifteen-year-old daughter who starred in to earn money with a job and I wanted to age Give her a head start I never had is there an age limit to invest in stock or what does one that would be a place for her to start? That's one and I feel like someone else had a similar question. I guess it's just the same but it's not so that's that's that question. Just just that question. I was curious to know how old they are. But if they're a teenager and they're working. I'm assuming they're getting a W-2 or you know, some type of form tax form at the end of the year if they are working and getting earned income through that job. I think that one of the best options is Roth IRA if I wanted to go directly to the benefits of a Roth IRA is Dives you start investing or saving and investing from now every everything that she earned from her Investments within the birth..

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"mabel" Discussed on Loving The Work You Do

Loving The Work You Do

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"mabel" Discussed on Loving The Work You Do

"Hi, everyone. This is Gloria of the she loves good things podcast and I have Mabel Nunez the founder and chief education officer of girls on the money, And today I'll be asking her some questions and you know, I'm just so excited that she's here as everyone knows the loving the work you do podcast also tries to trace like People's College and and vision but also from a perspective of you know, saving money more than life. And then of course love in the work you do so if investing In which is what Mabel does is something that you're interested in today. We're going to dive deep into those questions. And right now what are we seeing each member first Tesla Apple doing great things depending on how you see that at even made great week to actually be doing this and I'm so excited and grateful that she's here..

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"mabel" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:58 min | 4 months ago

"mabel" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Commission. Since two, thousand, eighteen, the commission has amplified the untold stories of women's fight for the vote with a variety of celebratory events, panel discussions, educational initiatives, and public. Art. Projects. It was created by Congress to commemorate one hundred years of the nineteenth amendment which was officially adopted on August Twenty Six nineteen twenty. In the spring of Nineteen, twelve, New York City hosted a parade. But. It wasn't just any parade. Nearly ten thousand suffragettes gathered in the streets march for women's right to vote and at the front riding a white horse was sixteen year old May Bell Pin qualley. In its coverage of the event, the New York Times wrote that the girl on the horse was the symbol of the new era when all women will be free and unhampered. Pink while Lee was born in eighteen, ninety, six in Guangzhou. China. When she was around five years old maybe came to the United States with her parents Lee Tau and Lee lie back. They were able to immigrate all as a Chinese family entering the United States was somewhat of a miracle. In the middle of the nineteenth century, a wave of Chinese immigrants entered into the US. Many of the men worked in mines and on the railroads but they faced growing prejudice from white Americans, who took their cues from the pervasive bias of the period. Stereotypes, portrayed channels people as inherently passive servile even. And these according to those in power were not characteristics worthy of American citizenship. This racism was codified in laws that effectively halted Chinese immigration to the US. Most notably the Chinese exclusion act of eighteen eighty two drastically shrunk the number of Chinese men and women allowed into the country. Amid all this May Bell Pin Wally. Managed to make it to New York City in. Nineteen hundred. Her parents were both teachers. Her father served as the Baptist minister for the Morningside Mission in. Chinatown. As educators, they qualified for one of the few exceptions in the Exclusion Act. They were able to immigrate to the United States, but they still could not become citizens. Growing up in Manhattan may was raised with a mix of American and Chinese belief systems. Her parents refused to bind her feet they valued education, they encouraged her to investigate feminism and suffrage. By the time she was a teenager maybe was heavily involved in local politics and she joined the fight for women's right to vote. As a young Chinese immigrant may bell knew that gender was not the only barrier to voting in the US? She challenged white suffer just's to fight for people of all races to gain access to the ballot. Suffrage. Leaders were so impressed with me bell who at sixteen had recently been accepted into Barnard College that they asked her to help lead the parade. May Bells mother, and other women from New York's Chinese community marched to waving American flags and signs that Red Light from China. After, the March Maybach continued speaking and writing on behalf of Chinese women. In. Nineteen fifteen her appearance at the women's political union was covered by the New York. Times. Her speech titled. The submerged half advocated for education and civic involvement for. Chinese women. In the Chinese students monthly a newspaper which she frequently contributed to. Mabel urge the leaders of China to incorporate women's rights into the foundation of their new government. In Nineteen Twenty One Earned a PhD economics from Columbia University. She was the first ever Chinese woman in the US to do so. But when the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified in nineteen twenty may bell couldn't vote. She wasn't considered a citizen. It wasn't until the Chinese exclusion act was repealed in nineteen forty-three that really any Chinese women could vote in the United States. Mabel became a local leader in New York's Chinatown taking over her father's role of became the first Chinese Baptist Church in. New York. She died in nineteen, sixty five. It isn't known if she ever became a US citizen or was ever able to cast a ballot. Mabel fought for the nineteenth amendment despite the fact that she was prevented from becoming a citizen and therefore would not gain the right to vote directly from the amendment's ratification. Though. She knew there would be more obstacles ahead. She never gave up the fight. That was the message behind forward into light a project spearheaded by the women suffrage Centennial Commission. That, we can find hope today by learning of the perseverance tenacity and resilience of the suffragettes. On August Twenty Six, twenty, twenty, the official, one hundredth anniversary of the nineteenth amendment certification hundreds of buildings and landmarks across the country where in purple and Gold Light. Illuminating, the nation and historic colors of the American suffrage movement. Some of our country's most iconic structures lit up that night, the White House, the Empire State, building the Gateway Arch State Capitol buildings a dozen Smithsonian museums and dozens of national park sites nationwide even Niagara. Falls. Local communities and families also got involved letting up city halls, local feeders and libraries are putting purple and gold string lights on their individual homes. Folks could also participate virtually on August twenty six, using a special suffrage centennial lens on Snapchat and exploring photos from across the country by following Hashtag forward into light on social media. The name of the campaign forward into light was inspired by the historic suffrage slogan forward darkness. Forward. Into Light. this unprecedented nationwide celebration on August Twenty Six honored the countless suffragettes like Mabel who fought for what they knew was right despite all obstacles and reminded us all that there's hope for the future if we continue working through the difficult times. Just like Mabel was willing to fight for the federal suffrage amendment knowing there would still be work ahead. The forward into light campaign was an opportunity to celebrate the victory of the nineteenth. amendment. And reflect on what it left unfinished. To explore photos from forward into light visit www dot women's vote one hundred. Dot Org. Talk to on Monday..

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Legends 11 Why Goldfinches Look Like the Sun

Iroquois History and Legends

04:58 min | 8 months ago

Legends 11 Why Goldfinches Look Like the Sun

"Why gold finches look like the Sun. This is a traditional Hodeidah. Schone story as told by Mabel powers in her nineteen seventeen book stories that Iroquois tell their children today with special guest performances by Ezra and Ethan Carter Ages seven and five respectively. It was so moons after raccoon outwitted Fox before they again met. Raccoon was scurrying by when Fox saw him now Fox had not forgotten the trick that raccoon had played on him when he burned his mouth with what he thought was magic. Papa's but in reality. It went by another name Jack in the pulpit or to others a fireball. So Fox began to chase after raccoon. He was gaining and would have caught him had they not come to a tall pine tree. Raccoon quickly ran up the trunk and reached the tippy top of it. Try Get me up here. Flax said raccoon there. He would be safe for. The Fox could not climb the Fox lay down on the soft pine needles and waited for raccoon. Come down the Fox lay down on the soft pine needles just sitting there waiting for raccoon to eventually come down but raccoons stayed up in the pine tree. So Long Fox grew tired and sleepy. He began to close his eyes and thought he would just take short nap. Raccoon watched until he saw the Fox was sound asleep. Raccoon had been sitting on the tree along while and when he tried to move he noticed that his paws were very sticky and then he smiled and said to himself. I know how to deal with box. Then he took in his mouth some of the south from the Pine Tree. He ran down the trunk and quietly rubbed the pitch over the eyes of Sleeping Fox shortly thereafter Fox awoke with a Jerk. He Sprang up and tried to seize raccoon but alas he could no longer see what he was doing. The lids of his eyes were held fast with the Pine Tar. He could not open them. The raccoon laughed at Fox's plight and then ran away and left him shouting back over his shoulder. Trial me now. Fox Fox lay for some time under the tree. The Pine Gum as it dried held the lids of his is closer and closer shut. He thought he would never again see the sun. Some of the birds were singing nearby and he called to them and told them of his plight. He asked if they would be so kind as to pick open his eyes. The birds disgusted among themselves and then flew off and told other birds pass soon. Many of the little dark songs tres flew back to where Fox was laying down and then Peck Peck went the little bills on the islands of the Fox bit by bit they carefully picked away the Pine Tar. If one grew tired another bird would come in and take its place as they stood on his snout at last Fox saw a small streak of light shortly thereafter. One of the islands was able to fly open and then shortly thereafter. Another the sun was shining and the world looked so very to Fox as he opened both of his eyes he was very grateful to the little birds for bringing him light and he told them that he would give them anything they asked for. The little birds talked among themselves and then looked back and said to Fox. We don't like doc fabrics we to look like the Fox looked around him and saw some beautiful sunflowers growing nearby. He took the pedals and pressed them. Grinding them into paint and then with the tip of his tail is a brush. He began to paint the little dark birds like the son. He thought that he would start by painting. The body's first but the birds were so overcome with happiness before he could move onto the wings and tails on the top of their heads and dozens of little birds darted away like streaks of sunshine shouting as they went.

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An endangered pygmy hippo was born at the San Diego Zoo, the first in over 30 years

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

An endangered pygmy hippo was born at the San Diego Zoo, the first in over 30 years

"The San Diego zoo announcing the birth of the pygmy hippopotamus the first successful pygmy hippo birth at the zoo in over thirty years Mabel of for your pick me hippopotamus of those who gave birth to the twelve point four Powell male pygmy hippo calf just before nine AM on April ninth the zoo announced the birth on Friday national endangered species day because a calf it been deemed healthy by animal experts

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"mabel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:08 min | 10 months ago

"mabel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Mabel the rising star winner last year you can see how excited they are it also feel the tension and here it's in the code is three near the start of this final another they go all the way first but the problem with Mabel's bull not quite close to not having to play catch up well settling quickly into other than he could see the contrast in styles Mabel heavy tail use happy to be alive everything's amazing all of more steady wasting little energy very much of the old Labrador school leading to serious business football excellent working your tail in middle seems just a little sluggish here perhaps more was taken over by the one minutes and she was given last night when we thought it only focused relentless tasting absolutely nothing Mabel trying but surely lost calls her title defense coming to an end only if taking everything nothing left but the bull to lick the Mabel it doesn't seem to upset a bit of class there from the youngster generous in what will surely be defeat because olive house one now she's taken the title back at seven and a half Mabel looking to offer congratulations again to the dog who was her inspiration growing up once more wonderful to see that spirits in the game what a final wave height here great rivals but great friends on you see the swapping of bulls at the ends join us again tomorrow live coverage of a snooze on the sofa well simply by phone on the the video within is fantastic but that really tells a story I I can't get enough of that stuff right now I know there's some really good ones on that account the sports hernias where I first saw that one they retweeted this one and I'm watching it right now and she's so hard not to lose your mind hunting this laughing it's a woman walking three dogs and this one dog I believe he is a English bulldog see the trash can interest diverts path and goes straight face first into it and Jeff Eisen brand to actually initially tweeted this the caption on things he hates trash cans and has a crying emoji said this is great technique and you scroll down on this tweet in there several people asking is that Vontaze Burfict it looks like it's targeting like leading with the head so there's some fun ways to animals always provide great humor especially dogs because they do such dumb things that make us all laugh because they're awesome and that one is my favorite I will tell you you guys probably don't know this is the first time all three of us have been together I actually am on zero forms of social media so if anything sticks out to me or if anything gets to me it has to be gargantuan because I purposely stayed off of Facebook Instagram tictoc Snapchat already mature Snapchat to think anymore snap face bill Belichick would say snapping I'm not on anything but Courtney did email me this during the commercial break and this is something I'd seen from Jamie again Jana Wisconsin the guy from Wisconsin and I'm sure many of our listeners have seen this about this guy using a sock puppet like pac man to gobble cars driving by just from his window now I'd seen this video just two or three days ago again I'm not even Hipper savvy enough to find out how many hits it as now maybe somebody could help me but when I saw two or three days ago get it forty five million views and Jamie the guy that put it up to sensually said and maybe this is the world we're living in right now quote it made me happy that people all over the world got nine seconds of joy out of it that's essentially all he was trying to provide and that's essentially all he got is a hilarious piece of video I'm sure the overwhelming majority of people I have already seen it in some fashion or form but the literal sense that this guy can get people to laugh and get away from their problems for as he called it Chris nothing seconds kind of tells the world we're living at this moment all right well stupid objects the question you are possibly the last person on the planet not on any form of social media so why that choice you know it's one of those things where I think we can all understand this and appreciate this on the radio world especially you Chris that I know that's a twenty four seven three sixty five and I know sometimes you may take a call and say to yourself why in the world is that guy speaking out on that you have the people why why do we screen this call and take it who is responsible no I think I'm just one of those guys who just realized is the last thing we need is another opinion we do need another solution the last thing we need is another opinion so I'm doing my American part to stay out of the way so this is your own version of playing the role of social distancing so to speak yes he was actually forced me into this this is what I mean I I'm just a team player so I got in with you and Courtney but I never would've suggested this on my own but I'm happy to partake you know court it is funny though that at the very least with everything that's going on it has provided moments and and like that you know the pac man thing with the sock puppet nine seconds of joy for people to be able to see those kinds of things right now it really does help it really does help elevate the mood so it's nice to see a lot of corporations and companies to kind of follow suit using social media using digital essentially whatever platform it is to offer services to people while they're at home like I think about or I use orange theory I mean I've been a loyal orange theory fitness goer for about a year now and it's really tough not being able to go to the gym and the fact that they have done these home workout videos where you can you don't have to have a home gym you don't have to have all these dumbbells you can use all of these modified weights I know peloton's doing it there a lot of apps out there that are just trying to bring people together and help people I use what you have at home to be able to stay in shape and work out and I enjoy that type of stuff because that's also something spark from social media like the the challenges that you see out there and if there is Spain tag me in something I didn't do it because I don't want to bear as myself as a push up challenge but those are fun like in when you decide to take the five five jobs five tags I mean I did that one those are fine I think it's cool to get to interact with people because we all are on our phones right now probably more than ever before except for soup and so you know we're all able to kind of stay connected that way while we're all physically distant from each other and I have to say that the majority of my friends have been smart enough to know that if they tag me in a fitness store push up challenge they're probably going to not be my friends anymore because they know better nobody needs to see that at any rate we've got more coming on game night here on ESPN radio it's Chris garland Courtney Cronin and Zubin at my hand team the impact of covert nineteen is put leagues and organizations in an on printer the president situation we found an exporters got experience with this we'll talk to him next to T. S. P. N. radio on the ESPN app it's not place their own.

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Removing Waste and Creating Agility with Artificial Intelligence

Outcomes Rocket

05:37 min | 10 months ago

Removing Waste and Creating Agility with Artificial Intelligence

"Today I have the privilege of hosting Sandy. Fernando he's a senior vice president of optum where he leads the artificial intelligence and analytics platforms. Team he's responsible for developing platforms that support the design and development of leading edge models. Analytic tools for the enterprise previously. Sandy was vice president at optum labs and led the OPTUM Labs Center for Applied Data Science which is called CADS. The cavs team applied breakthroughs in a and machine learning to solve complex healthcare challenges for United Health Groups and by developing and deploying software product concepts cats pioneered using deep learning to streamline administrative processes in revenue cycle management and develop graph analytics tools to support provider network design among other innovations. That they've done. He's been at optum labs since two thousand fourteen from Nokia where he created. Nokia's first data science team so definitely no rookie to data science and AI. Before that he spent those nine years there and has done an incredible amount of work as well as starting his own business. So it's a true privilege to have Sanji podcast here and Excited to cover his insights in healthcare. A So Sandy. Thanks so much for joining us. Today they came out saw. Those very gracious will care compensation likewise so sandy. What inspires your work in in healthcare because at the beginning you're in healthcare a your technology guy that gravitated to healthcare. I was in telecom and I work in internet company Way Back when and I really had a technology studied computer science in College. And what brought him back to health care? Maybe was growing up in the healthcare family. Really both my parents were physicians. I had a great exposure on. They were primary care physician in Connecticut and solve their day. They works out of a touch. And while I didn't pursue that as a career I understood maybe almost constantly but he was something that was very satisfying and now. I've got a wife and three kids and help their song. So my hope is that by understanding and pursuing some pretty destig- -nology over my career. I could bring that back to healthcare a little bit and see if we can make some significant changes in how how we used acknowledgee to enable healthcare in the US and even abroad. I think that's Great Sanji. And so it's that that story you know your parents grew up as physicians and when you took that left turn Sanji. What did they think did they say? Our son's not going to be doctor or were they happy that you became a an it guy. They were always supportive. I mean yeah from age like eight or nine they were spending way too much funny buying US computer and gaming consoles big thing new That was something ours passionate about and were were. You WanNa follow your prints being a position as an incredibly are percussion incredibly stable. Percussion and you know. I've made an effort to get through organic chemistry in college and after that I said you know I think I wanted to really a little bit more excited about. Yeah no I can appreciate that so it sounds like you're kinda drawn in by by technology at a very young age gave it a swing but said. I'M GONNA Follow My Passion Mom and Dad. Yeah Negro Sport of all the way. So that's awesome in an important looking for assault. Now that's the especially as parents now. I mean so. Hey Kudos to you Mom AND DAD. You sound doing pretty good now. What makes what you guys do there at optum different. And how's it adding value to the ecosystem of the business and of your customers? Yeah today and optimism. It's such a multifaceted business. We touched so many portions of the healthcare system from patients providers to governments to warriors pharmaceutical companies. And that gives us a great opportunity to take a look. Maybe more holistically at how we can really drive and deliver better outcomes and change about their system in my focus area. We've got a wealth of data across our enterprise. Overturned twenty million identified patient live of data on bet gives us this great perspective on how we can take some of these new often referred to as artificial intelligence stay. The heart of artificial intelligence machine learning approaches where we can take these machine learning approaches to mission allowing us to learn from the data itself rather than explicitly stated. Exactly what to do Max. And that's a real important breakthrough for us especially in healthcare because healthcare is so complex and something we try to create your shop. She would imperatives or rules or here. Six there will always be educated with exceptions and it becomes very difficult to construct and simulator run with that and so lots really representing dresses. That we have An are my team in depressions. Here in optum how this opportunity to work with this Vast array of data in the hope that we will mabel better outcomes and really allow people to work there.

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Louisa Thomas on Writing About Tennis

No Challenges Remaining

08:31 min | 11 months ago

Louisa Thomas on Writing About Tennis

"I'm delighted to be joined here by a longtime listener first-time guests overdue guests. Really I think Lewis Thomas. I'm so excited to be here. I am a very long time listener. And Longtime Meyer so bucket lists for me for us. We're very excited. Why would we see? Fairmount is third like I remember. You said to me couple years ago like why almost like why am I not on and I had no answer your only people. I didn't think whatever like stooped our level. Pretty much. But now that you are here. I am delighted that you here and we're GONNA do a pretty male baggy centric type show with you here. We got a bunch listener questions on twitter on e Mail on our patron on. And we'll go through these. I JUST WANNA start against with how you got into tennis. Bitten what your tenants sort of writing. Arc has been leading all the way up to we can skip speed ahead to this version of the most recent story did which I think was on Kim. Clijsters must recent tennis centered leader for the New Yorker Short version of your of how you got here. A short version is that I was a pretty mediocre high school tennis player but absolutely loved it and stop playing pretty much when I got to college and a little bit after and then picked up a racquet again. A few years after college started playing With a friend of mine and I just loved it and it was like the greatest procrastination thing ever. I had actually had a book coming out and I was like filled with anxiety. And so I dealt with this by playing tennis for like it took like four hours. I don't like several times because we would I would go to Brooklyn. You know like an hour span telling you basically I was avoiding work and everything else and out of that. are as us to rate For the Paris Review blog about. Us Open that year. And I had so much fun doing it and it was actually a really kind of a revelation for me. I really felt in some ways that I found kind of voice that I hadn't really been able to. Yes it was it was. It was both new and felt so much like me and there was something about tennis about sports in particular. I'm sorry something about sports in general but tennis in particular that really kind of sports sports so tennis is really kind of my like my origin. Story I'd I'd worked at the sports section actually in high school but that was a both a long time before and I wasn't a writer in the same way so this was really kind of and it felt experimental felt fresh felt new felt it was none of those things really but I felt like I was doing something that no one else is doing and that this was like me. You know that this was something that I I sort of was bringing into the world and It was really exciting and if it was in the sense that Alaska was my voice after that I did a little bit more for them and then this great land the sports website owned by ESPN started by. Bill Simmons started up right before Wimbledon. Actually and they asked me to do. A couple of stories not became kind of became contributor. Really just writing about tennis. I and then I started Raymond other sports and then I started working for them fulltime and became an editor there and then by the end of doing all sports not all sports but many sports tennis was still kind of my Mitra. Love unless you're gonna Cap Cross country skiing by to write that your first term it was was. Us openwork clijsters one. That's as good as well ahead into the future. So since then. Yeah you're right. The New Yorker now seeing Kim Clijsters come back. What did you think I think permits? Everyone who I've talked to WHO watch. It was super impressed by her ball striking. Which is like in even though she lost the match and was almost off it badly. I mean she was down six to four or three or four zero. In the second set fought back have a tie-break so in some ways you could be like that close but she's playing Mugabe's who just made Australian Open final had really nothing to lose in this match and played really well and just had a lot of a lot of things may people go. Whoa Mabel we'll realize why she was a special player for so long. I think I mean I actually even from the start of the match is one of those matches where the scoreline wasn't necessarily reflective of what was going on in the individual games sort of competitive and a lot of games that she was losing she obviously has big weakness. Game. She's not as in shape as she probably wants to beach. Her Serb was kind of a disaster at times by Yeah her boss. Striking was just thrilling. I mean it was so pure it was so I mean I like completely fell in love with her and fell in love with the sport. All over again it actually I mean. Even her announcement had summoned a lot of these. Kinda had made me think about my own kind of start in tennis writing sports writing in general and it became even more intense while I was watching her and I was just. I was just happy in a way that was really uncomplicated. And which was really interesting too because I actually had a lot of complicated feelings about her coming back and it was just so it was like such a pleasure to watch her and just to see someone kind of seize the moment and some sort of Lia really kind of. Yeah uncomplicated right. What are your complicated feelings about her back? Then I generally think that coming back when he said this. Mike feelings aren't really about her coming back. I mean she should do whatever she wants to do in. This is clearly what she wants to be doing. And that's like got on her. You know my complicated feelings are only insofar as like you know. I'm also trying to negotiate my own kind of ambition versus raising a small child. How and the expectations are being placed upon me you know from various sides and trying to figure out what what is it that. I really want to be doing and how do I WANNA be privatizing my life and and in some ways one of the things I find really kind of inspiring about her is that she's actually. Her story is more complicated than a normal kind of like. It's always an Serena Williams story where she knew she was gonna WanNa come back and it was just about making that work in a way that worked for her. I mean she. She left the game she came back. She left the game again. She came back. And I find the idea that you could have. You could sort of take a long view of your career even in a career that is necessarily short like sports that you can sort of view it as a kind of multidimensional thing where you can have different ambitions at different times and have different ways of judging success and have different kind of approaches to be to be really inspiring. Also hard you know. I mean because that's not how we normally talk about successor. How's how's IT philosopher clijsters? I think we'll have one question about her but this my last question her. How's it influenced you being a relatively new mom. In this sort of era women's tennis where motherhood has been a big sugar running storyline. From as Aranka to Serena to clijsters now like what is how. How does that? Because you've written about all three of those women I'm guessing sent in this time. What is that been like? Having your own personal life and of it informs how you see these stories and see the narratives rally stories for better or worse by life always informs. Whatever I'm writing about but I'm also not a person who's injecting my life story into I mean. I did a little bit in the classrooms piece. But I don't usually do that and I have a little bit ready. Mutt Serena but usually I try and step back from that. But certainly there's always like an undercurrent a kind of is to think of it as a secret story. There's something sort of like some You know wellspring of feeling or some motivation that I have to bring into a story. Otherwise it's just a it's not mine. You know that thing. I was talking about my voice like I need to be tapping into whatever that is to take that voice And for some of these stories about mothers obviously it is a little bit closer to what I've been going through but it's also again more complicated because I think we have a tendency to generalize a lot when especially we're talking about something like motherhood would it's such a particularly unique experience. I mean at least to prove my point house at least in my experience has been particularly in unique but of course it's one of these things that is on the one hand like is obviously not universal. But it's something Millions and millions of billions of people go through like trying to figure out how to balance these different things and that's just how to balance them. But how you know embrace them in different ways but at the same time like what Serena wants is different than what clijsters wants. And that's different than what as wrinkle on. And how do you do sort of justice to those stories without kind of flattening them or distorting them or you know assuming one thing for one and a different thing for another and I think can be really challenging. But that's also part of the important thing about being a writer in some ways as sort of realizing the variety of human experience for sure. Very nice to

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Georgia football closing in on another No. 1 recruiting class

Dana Loesch

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Georgia football closing in on another No. 1 recruiting class

"Of Georgia football coach Kirby smart hopes national signing day part two is as productive as last month's part one the biggest problem for the dogs today is if they can hold on to the commitments of two offense of linemen including the nation's best center and a five star tackle from my phone if that happens you GA should finish with a top class for the second time under Kirby smart George is also adding another four star running back and hoping to flip a big defensive back from old miss Mabel Georgia tech is trying to land a four star running back from Dalton with the Jack it's expected to bring in their best class in thirteen

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So you want to start a podcast...

The Tech Guy

02:20 min | 1 year ago

So you want to start a podcast...

"What can I do for you here? Well I I have a question that I know. Ah I've been listening to you for years as most people say when they call But I have a question that you have probably been asked many many times but until it becomes relevant in my life I probably just listen to it next. Caller count on that otherwise. Honestly there's only a few different questions I count on your poor memory for the the answers. One of those questions. So I- Mabel to and and been in the process of creating content for a podcast. Yeah and You know I'm capable of doing all that. I'm really pleased with how that's going. I haven't heard anything yet but what I'm what I'm trying to find out next. And I thought I'd ask the gruesome like what are the best next steps. or where do I go to decipher through all the different options of how you can get your RSS Steeds Central. I can make this really easy for you The good news. Yeah when we started podcasting in two thousand four had just been born and it was so sewer early that there weren't really any podcast clients. I think Adam Curry wrote a simple one. There were couple and and to be honest You I had to do everything by hand you know I was making. We're making it up as we go along I had to create my own. RSS Feed along comes apple with itunes a couple years later we had to change everything. But you know by now it's pre fifteen years later. It's pretty darn easy. So here's the thing with a podcast. First of all seven thousand new podcasts. A week launch. Seven thousand of them fewer than ten percent. Do who episode two. So the first thing I would say is pick something you really enjoy. Because you're not going to remember you're not GonNa make money on it and I it's the The reason I think somebody podcasters pod fade is. They think we're I didn't make any money on this. Well no because you know it's It's hard to make money a podcasting. You for some reason you might blog or do anything else because you love it you have a subject you just passionate about you care a lot about do why personally yes. Music beautiful so step two is how do I make it.

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Bitcoins Consolidation Continues

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoins Consolidation Continues

"Get everybody welcome to try equipped Craig speaking well yeah talk about what a great little bit happened a little bit little bit a little bit of course we say also getting bit of bashing at the minute not all not all of course sir but many are taking bit of fumble backwards at the moment was saying some some downturns kicking back into play which is fine because it's just about knowing where to look for your opportunities and for the moment we really focus will I'm really focused on looking against the US day good margin opportunities available wants to USDA Suits may take two boxes on right now bitcoin looking he's up so files and closed up just yet because that will happen just a little while but the the level of bounced off as it as intesting twice snap is of significance to me you say it was the old lows thereabouts of two thousand and also of the pullbacks if you recall when we ran up fourteen thousand ish we did pull back to alot of non thousand four and of course we do know it went lower than that but that was the point at which we did really true selves into bit more downward momentum on that weekly hauling front now we're finding some support around that level have tested across two days now the first thing the twenty seventh of course today the twenty knots while today in Australia's thirtieth but you get what point the twenty ninth will of tested that lows well we do have a bullish candle that in currently two thousand four hundred fifty two dollars it's actually up two point four six percent so looking quite good there as far as green goes WANNA stay with us throughout the day the midterm times racial me all that much on Bitcoin to theorem definitely a painting a very different picture there of course it's theorem now pushing on two hundred ninety two dollars it's up point three five percent today and getting reading on on those low a timeframe talking about four out of the two hours worn out so and so forth some NAS looking trends up they could convergence moving averages of fanning of course looking for boosters and cradles look down less timeframe throughout to dive trading charities on AOL dolls and forty one cents consolidating around just below three dollars sixty really not a great deal happened off the push to the quickly last Friday but it is holding it rondos highs and I'm I'm just waiting to see what it does next we're GONNA move heart will a halt we do if we do move higher than it will kicks Trenton and will look a lot better for Mavi now three dollars and forty one cents up three points six two percent still aluminum don't want syllabus very little dog looking at six point six six cents very must numbers up three point three percent right now except a guy in another one of those in a consolidation Ryan drought now hovering around thirty cent mocks struggling to re- Mike above thirty one and push on if it was to do that it'll be more than happy to look for opportunities to try it it's up two point six four percents thirty cents right now lot sixty in fourteen cents again another one consoled with bitter resistance of ahead sixty two it nonsense caller ID three dollars around that region sixty say sixty one dollars Sixty what is the bloody number Mabel case sixty around sixty one sixty two bitter resistance through they're studying exactly exact level but we sort of looking around sixty one sixty two bitter resistance through that I wanna say push on before really look to take any traits he wants to solicit comeback much of saying showing up there on theory at the moment with a NAS trend kicking in as a six dollars and fourteen cents on at three point eight nine percent bitcoin cash one of the top performers in the top ten today as few tease therefore you nostrand there on the four hours I look at this law opposite up on voting charities from myself and some of the garden goes within the community this just Monday gone the paternity whether took up to what you did obviously the other day I think USA die before there was a little Bush Channel Four hours well but currently twenty wasn't seventy two cents many that have taken a little boost of the time went out on Mach v would be well beyond one to one wrought NASA profitable try to three point nine percent trump will the big winner for the day as trump two point two cents of eleven point one four percent just rocking on charging pretty heavily to the upside Breaking into a nice up trend Derek Dine on the daily and also the weekly now starting together a little momentum it's been a long time coming for Tron let's see how long it lasts Kadhafi four point three cents up two points four seven percent right now and again looking a little flat I names to move I was consolidating range much the same as many of the other markets in the top ten of the Mon falling on the very consolidation holding around that one city with those all resistance now acting is a little bit as a poet sitting at one hundred forty two dollars three percent right now so throughout the day guys we're going to wait and see what could see how these Ma closes and act accordingly

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Interviewing Joe Darowski from The Protagonist Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

10:11 min | 1 year ago

Interviewing Joe Darowski from The Protagonist Podcast

"Now on the one hand just doing it is the way you're gonNA learn so there's no other way to figure out how to do it other than saying I want to be podcast and therefore I will cast my name is Joe Girardi and I host the protagonist podcast previously I co-hosted we'll get into that I am sure we definitely will but I i WanNa know what got you into the podcasting game what made you become a podcast so in uncut somewhere in late two thousand fourteen one of my best friends from high school reached out to me and said delisted podcastone yes hide I listen to podcasts for years now and he's like I think I want to start one and I said I've batted around the idea starting one for a while and never committed and he's like let's commit and then within a month or two we had recorded our first episode and then a little bit after that we we've dropped the weekly episode of the protagonist podcast ever since What's never missed week which has been difficult at times there's always hurdles that come up in this case both my former co host todd Mac and I okay work in academia and he had a semester abroad in Spain and that was a little rough and making sure that we got a weekly recording done and we are back is to find work arounds dull recording when could but there were definitely times where we were starting recording very late might live and very early his time to make it work and we struggled through and and made it what is the premise of the protagonist podcast the premise of our podcast. I took a few rough drafts you know we've added a few ideas back and forth eventually we settled on What is the protagonist podcast where each week we talked about a great integrate story and we try and make sure that we mix it up our goal is basically we don't hit this one hundred percent of the time but but basically we wanted to talk about a character from a TV show a comic book a film and a novel every month so that's kind of the rotation we sprinkled some other things and we've touched on some other forms of storytelling podcast in there as well eventually we said well let's just talk about some great characters in great stories and we do try and mix it up between kind of the Classic Canon Story so we've definitely talked about some Shakespeare Jane austen with more pop culture stories we've done the planet hulk graphic novel which I think that Kinda grab bag at has its pluses and minuses I think it keeps some people will get up because they're just like that one's not for me interested but at the same time it might may expose listeners to things that are unfamiliar with it definitely has exposed me the host of the pot podcast to some stories that found from listener requests or things at todd suggested we have patrons at a certain level can request the topic to talk about and so in doing at this point we have released two hundred twenty episodes I think we've recorded about two hundred thirty 'cause we try ours is evergreens we try and keep a back catalog going there's just a lot of threat of material has been covered so one of my favorite things is finding a new story that I probably wouldn't across because of one of those suggestions saying Oh this is great I love this I'm so glad that I've been introduced to that I hope that we've been able to do that for listeners at some point as well I've been listening to your show for a few years now and I tell you that isn't that is one of the reasons why I it's because I get exposed to things that I never would have known about otherwise absolutely never would have known and it's a lot of fun there you and your your one hundred percent right there around Mike I don't even think I'm going to be interested in this and I I never deleted I just like okay I'm gonNA listen to that one finished these other ones and then and then I listened to what it was I should listen to that right away because I think I'm GonNa go watch that one of the first one that comes to my mind that you did a really deep dive on and it was it was an amazing episode food was watership down and I have no idea why because the cover has bunnies on it but I always thought that was like Mabel Battle Story I heard you talk about it was like Oh that's what I thought it was at all I well I didn't think it was I thought it was about sailor bunnies because as a child I caught five minutes of the animated adaptation and it was like this is very brief passage in the novel where they float down the river some but that's part and it's called watership down so I assumed this was all about seafaring rabbits for some reason and tell I'm pretty sure that one was a a patron request that came in and I started reading I was like Oh this is good it's not about see very rabbits and I got really into it and that was one of the episodes of kind of blew up for US view stick with podcasting while you know you kind of get the numbers that you expect for a number of downloads like you you kinda get your but then every once in a while you hit on something and it's like catching lightning in a bottle you're not quite sure why but it blows up and watership down for us like blew up on our facebook page we had thousands of likes on that one episode when we had done things that we would have thought would have a much larger fan base like we do Harry Potter episodes every year I'm you know we're we're going through one book per year kind of what we're doing we've done episodes on Star Trek and star wars and popular TV shows that you know do all right folks but watership down I think the combination of having a much broader and deeper fan base we knew seems like a lot of people from the comments we were getting on our facebook page like read this as in their adolescence or whatever and and just never forgot and it's stayed as a favourite and they've gone back to revisit it and a combination of that with no one talking about it on podcast whereas I think that's a big secret right there is everybody I everybody out there is talking about star wars and star trek and it's really hard to get really hard to get noticed on that but when you're when you're talking about something that nobody else is yeah I think that's I think that's something that really worth a magic happen yes absolutely and and also I mean it is a great book and it holds up to a lot of scrutiny and e easily we're able to do our our long discussion the episodes tend to be about an hour in length sometimes you know fifteen minutes sometime seventy minutes but about an hour is what we're shooting for and I delightful surprise both to say Oh this is something that's so good that I had never engaged with and I probably wouldn't have engaged with podcast and then also to discover that it kind of caught fire for a podcast and spread so you mentioned that it's a book that holds up to a lot of scrutiny and you you keep saying that you work in academia but let let let's throw this out there you're you're commercial that you have or that you had when it was you and todd were a couple of fan boys with PhD and that wasn't just that wasn't just fluff that was that's a fact correct yeah so I have a PhD Michigan State University in American Studies and at Michigan State they they have kind of a threat of HD? emphasis on American Popular Culture and my PhD dissertation was on race and gender in the X men comic books most of my academic publishing has either been on superhero comic books or on TV shows like the office or frazier or cheers so those are kind of my veins of research which todd has a PhD from Stanford and he studied the literature of Spain it's peninsula literature is what his PhD was and so you're taking this experience that you have with American pop culture PhD's literary background and you're diving into things like planet holck and and I always forget the name of it but it's the it's the youtube adaptation the Lizzy Lizzy Bennett Diaries yes yes that was a patron requested they've requested something that was more like classic literature I can't remember what it was now but then they switched at the last minute never mind I want to hear you guys talk about high school musical for an hour that was a fun episode as well and one of the strangest complaints I guess August complaints we've had because if you're going to be putting the material out there on the Internet do not just GonNa get bracelet with people who aren't fans of what you do but one of the biggest complaints we had is when we did an episode on Catcher in the Rye classic American Cannon Literature You know it's the signed in high schools or colleges all the time and both have literature you know backgrounds and and academics grounds but the person complained because we were making jokes while we talked about catcher in the Rye and that really upset them and in response we kind of Said look we we are GonNa talk about classic cannon things and we're also gonNA talk about light pop culture things and the combination that we think listeners or they are going to have is that we're going to try and living deep in the lighter pop culture things we're going to try and have some fun when we're talking about the classic deep literature you know the the cannon with a capital c ideas of literature and we want to always maintained that mix of having some good insights but also having some fun with the topics we're talking about not taking ourselves or the texts too seriously so you mentioned that you now hosted hosted the protagonist podcast by yourself todd todd went off he moved out of state and and pursued other projects projects yeah we made it for four years together he left on the two hundred episode he's been back a couple of times since then it's not like we had a big talk when he's gone he just said with with his career in studying peninsula literature is that I can't take the time commitment that this the maintaining this podcast is taking away from the studies I need for for his career he he just couldn't do it we we as he I mean he did it for four years so there's a lot of podcasters can't make

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Dealing With a Loss in Your Fur Family

SHADES OF INTIMACY

10:59 min | 1 year ago

Dealing With a Loss in Your Fur Family

"We've got a short little podcast for it's it's an interesting little topic. <hes> that has come up an as usual it has something to do with <hes> one of ryan as usual but they do seem to sprinkle our podcast every once in a while so for those of you for animal lovers out there you you know that we've had some challenges with some of our dogs animals. There's been a lot of <hes> sickness and luckily as our three older dogs are slowly dying. We have a younger dog and so in our mind and we always had our younger little pup <hes> and then <hes> one night jenny looked down and saw mabel laying on the ground and she was just not looking good and her tummy was tight so we took her first thing in the morning first thing and and she had they did a little ultrasound and there was something in her tummy on her slain and needed immediate surgery and dan she didn't make it nope so this was like no one got to say goodbye. If you've heard the story about senator yep here one day gone the next as well center gave me this profound gift centers my dog. If you're new to this show who passed back in april i think earlier and and she had cancer and then it got worse and worse and and we just we spent a lot of time with her and i made a decision. I feel inter that. I didn't want her to feel my sadness. My fear right so anytime i was with her. I brought this energy. Deliberate conscious open hearted. I was sad sometimes but not i wouldn't. I didn't want her to feel fear right and we prayed that she would pass peacefully and home and she did <hes> and and all the time i was with her. They were good memories. He was able to go for a run right before she died. <hes> it was a profound approach to death breath that we've talked about it. It was gratitude spending with her ingratitude yeah and so when she died and i was i with her when she died so with my son riley. It was just profound gratitude right like i just felt profound gratitude so the practice of opening my heart we teach this and it lived it for so many years. It was just really beautiful result so to speak. I hate to speak it like a result. It sounds like diminishing it but that was the result is that when she passed i was at perfect peace and loving every moment of it right so so the universe has away a throwing the dice and changing things up i mean i gave mabel hug a kiss laughter after at the vet that morning and i'm just that was that never sorry <hes> sorry live again right and so here's this grieving process that we're going through jenny and i are going through with senator what we were so prepared we knew it was happening <hes> we we were just there with her <hes> and the and we had this intention of gratitude and we fulfilled that intention of gratitude in and there was peace and when we talk about senator it's there's always a little bouncing ourselves. It's actually you bring up sender's name. I kind of perk up. I remember how much i love her. It's joyce joyce memory right yeah once in a while. You get caught in a little moment that kinda will free will lurch you i can. I'm putting groceries away back in the car. If i took her show was put her hand head up behind the backseat and there was this a little face just poke up when i'm putting groceries in sometimes i'll look up for the face and it's not there right and then you had a moment at the she did the same in the backyard fence <hes> <hes> she's get way up and stretch and just put her nose up over the backyard fence in the corner right and then so when you drove in the driveway she was there to agree with her little knows over the fence. It's all you could see was the nose but other than that it's been so peaceful and i just love her so much but now i'm dealing with a very he's very sudden thing. That felt. I'm honest. Word was really unfair right. Yeah not just unexpected but like ah like what the hell yeah like what the hell <hes> and so there was anger frustration. Both of us felt the emotions. I mean we've we've gone through this. If if you're out there listening i mean i'm sure you can relate at some point in time when something went sideways and you just weren't prepared for it right and you said that didn't feel fair that that wasn't prepared for. We know there's death. We were sad to see san diego but we were <unk> able to say goodbye that felt there. <hes> that was a fair trade that we live in this world that we get to say goodbye and we felt that we didn't <hes> okay so you can feel i hope the emotion out there in the sense of of moments and there were members of the family okay who went through periods of i don't definitely rage anger at god and the universe. I missed just all over the place that this hits just like that right. Very emotional. Punch is to the gut scary and so a week or so. I'm not sure how long after maybe a week after it was exactly a week week after two weeks. It was two weeks two weeks after she died. I had a dream was <unk> out walking in a crowd of people and she came to me <hes> so this is a very real dreams and i know that sounds weird but she talked to me but she said it in where she didn't you know wasn't like a cartoon dog talking. It was her. I felt transmitted a message pitch to you are not smooth message in this was she said you can feel better or you can be angry yeah that's and then she left so i woke up i told you about the dream and i sat there in the midst of all the confusion of feelings and i thought okay. I'm gonna give shot like i'm a collar awesome. See if this is real so i just sat down kind of meditative place and i said okay. I'm willing to feel better about this and i felt immediately better right now. It's been about a a couple of weeks since the dream i think and there'll be moments when the habit of anger comes up but the message is just keeps coming back well you can feel better or you can be the angry right and there's just no explaining it. If i go into justice mode if i go into this wasn't fair. I am going to suffer offer but she just came to me and gave me this message and it's played out now. I'll add one piece to it. Some other things in life have have happened to in and i'm not nothing major like that but just little things and that they'll come up that have just been shitty right <hes> and a couple of times. I i'm just going oh. That's just really sucks and i heard her telepathic voice kirk. Oh you can feel better or i feel angry or one time. It was feel shitty and i was like are you. Are you saying i talked to my dog in my spirit mind listen. This pretty much applies to everything in my imagination that this wasn't like the dream imagined a wolf of yes and and it's been rewriting things for me yeah kind of a radical rewriting there's there so i had a member member of the family distant member of the family years ago and she was angry angry angry at someone she had divorced thirty years earlier <hes> thirty years so i was younger at this time i mean younger than i am now like about fifteen years ago oh and she was older and she was still bitter and angry and just just so angry and i said why don't you forgive him and i i wasn't super wise or anything right that was kind of me just parodying whatever right yeah and she turned to me and she said i can't forgive him. It'll make it okay what he did to me and then i did get wise because i looked at that and went. Oh within your kind of fucked like you now are fucked. Yes you'll never are you have to suffer to make him his action justifiably bad and then i got wisdom in who i gotta be careful like if i ever have things like that where i am suffering on purpose to make sure you that justified that you were wrong which doesn't work because that person's out there living their life. You're the only one sitting there being miserable yeah but the twist was you know and so oh but now it played out in a little way with mabel as you told me this you told me about the stream on a walk we are on a walk and you told me about your your dream and you told me what mabel little are apparently our little guru dog told you in the stream and the first thing that came up to mealy i understood it and in the first thing that came out to me is yeah i could let go of that but then that makes this whole thing fucking okay oh and you know that's a place of habitual anger and identification with hanger like if i let that gold that meant something about me instead. It means nothing about me. It just means i can sit here. You know tense collapsed in anger in a habitual anger versus just feeling better and feeling past myself and feeling past any sort of identification. I have a feeling angry that my dog has gone

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"mabel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"mabel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Hit. Here's one of the newcomers Mabel, don't call me up seventeen underneath the by line. Have a good time because I'm good. Votto, getting hot, losing control. You. Don't call me. Good night. Confirmed is looking way. And everybody's. Don't call me. Don't call me. So don't call me. The move. The game. Down forty seventeen for.

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'Borat' ended Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock's marriage

Jared and Katie

02:24 min | 1 year ago

'Borat' ended Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock's marriage

"And Pamela Anderson. Use to remarry mismatched last very law did not, they dated for a while got married and then almost I mean, I think they made it less than a year. I think okay bought we're learning today that there is one person to blame for the break-up of their marriage of sure. Tommy lee. Negative. Oh, kid real saw the movie, and I texted pounded tonight, said have the go? What did you think? And she takes it back. He's getting divorced, why she goes the movie and I thought it was Jay, but then a few weeks later, they got divorced when they put his reason for divorce poor at. Sasha baron. Cohen is the reason. Why getting they do? Well, so do you remember the movie borat, Pamela Anderson is in the movie, and there's a scene where she borat is kidnapping, Pamela Anderson, and, you know, like the scene behind bars movies, you never really know, who's in on it, and if it's if it's a joke, and if it's not, I mean, it's very confusing experience. But in this case in the movie, borat, Pamela Anderson was in it because we're at was obsessed with Pamela Anderson, and so she was being kidnapped Pamela Anderson was in on the joke, but she didn't tell anybody that she was on a including her own husband kid rock. Yeah. So when Pamela Anderson showed kid rock the movie. I don't know if he didn't like how much she was in it or the obsession or the kidnapping or what? And they both cited kid rock amp. Pamela Anderson cited on their divorce papers borat. So we're up with them. I don't know. He he's been married for a long time to Fisher. There's something there was a scene, where there something about her sex tape in it, yet, because she was with timely before, Mabel that. And so I think that's part of it like, oh, let me see that sexy. You know, then may this brought it back up. He's I I don't know. There were reports. I mean, this is all back in two thousand six by the way. But we're just now learning that it was borat, who is to blame or lease who they're blaming. There were reports that kid rock blew up at Pam after seeing the movie and it did. Indeed 'cause they're split and Saburo. It was like, guess there were casualties. Movie has major lawsuits all the time. But we continue to go. See boroughs, hilarious

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"mabel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"mabel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Mabel is on don't call me up underneath the by. Have a good time. 'cause I'm good. Don't call me up when you're looking photos getting hot losing control. You go. Don't call me. Likes to talk about. Needed. Looking. And everybody's. Call me friends. Listens. Trying to hit me. And. Doc. To. Dell call me up on a two point seven Kisa fan high. If letty be when the us, how's your Tuesday going, pretty good? Don't forget in about an hour less than an hour in the twelve o'clock hour during the kiss makes get you tickets to a sold out Wanguo tangles of you didn't get your hands on some.

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"mabel" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"mabel" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Mabel to take those talk about food talk about what I do. You know what I'm saying? Social media is the blessing part of it is where you get to interact, and you get to to see what's going on with people, you know, that you are in tune with on a digital level. So if people listen to the podcast, the hear me talk about food that here, we talk about my thing. I now able to come to your city put together dinner party put together, a essentially like a traveling restaurant and be able to share my love in my gift with people, and they're able to, you know, take partake in that in. So the fact that the dinner parties have been doing well when we throw them people come out, they support people are enjoying it. I'm able to hear their feedback. And see what they think those are signs right now. Success for me. Awesome. I think for me, I'm still figuring out exactly how my work will materialize throughout my my life or career. I think broadly speaking my goal is to be a thought leader to be a game changer. I think that if I think about all of the different things that I do I think the things that connects them is that I am about. Illuminating or telling the stories of of underrepresented underserved, marginalized people. And broken conversation about our experiences asking hard questions and doing so in a way that pushes us forward. So I think of the podcast, I think of teams I fast, I think of my my professional work all as little arms of this of this. Larger goal that I have. And I'm most committed to telling the stories of black woman and being a part of changing the story of how black women are seen and heard and understood and valued. In different spaces, and I want to have impacts..

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"mabel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mabel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Forty so Mabel is working on her debut album. And she said that the songs are really a blend of her life experiences up to this point was born in Spain raised in London at her mother. The Swedish artist actually nanna cherry who actually had three eight forty. It's our own. So she's pulling influences from all over the world. Here's a taste of what the music will sound like this is called dolts. Call me up making its debut at thirty two. Have a good time because I'm going. Vote getting hot losing control. Don't call me. Good night. The pig. Is looking. And everybody's. Himmy? So don't call me. Nine. Mabel, they'll call me up at a new song at thirty two on this chart. Ryan Seacrest with you an uptick communica Baeau who turned twenty two the other day to celebrate the big day. She shared some wisdom that she's picked up over the last year. She made a list of the twenty two things that she's learned while being twenty one some of the lessons from Camilo. Our call your family take time to read and hut. Bubble baths are a spiritual experience. Got the fullest up to you wanna go deeper eighteen forty dot com. Here's communica and Bazi.

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Utopia Music - When Music Meets Data

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:49 min | 2 years ago

Utopia Music - When Music Meets Data

"Up with a gripe today. Yes, I made a big big rookie mistake by doing my Christmas shopping. I came across a bog and all that saw. I'd not used for years in the heat of the moment, I hit the auto checkout, but to discover the confirmation Email, and it was going to be sent to an address on lived up five years ago. This is where my problem began because first of all a whole Mahamadou could say the goal at it made a mistake here. But the only way I could contact the sign was to secure message on their website, which where are pretty much filled out a form say, here's my order number. Here's the tracking number. Can you read our record for me or just cancel the order? However, they sent me a reply say make could not help. I'm they sent that message for a do not reply Email address, which is always a bit of a trigger for me early. Why of businesses still communicating through a do not reply communication method? Just pays no sense. So I was left with a message from a do not reply Email address saying they were unable to contact the delivery guys and just say here is tracking day. Do not send it so Logan short is I took them as Tamayo hands use. My specially skill who said save the day. Yes. This was a mistake made by me, but technology should be used to help remove friction points at them. Roy. Whenever I hear about a business lockdown in their old processes and just reply with computer says no the process says no any kind of mentality light that I don't get angry. I just think ultimately these are the businesses are going to struggle in the long run in last night up their game. Because technology is rapidly shaping the future. And today's guest is looking at disrupting the music industry and the old way of doing things with utopia music. And in this case utopias mission is to reclaim and boost to create an economic value of the music industry, and they're setting out to transform the entire ecosystem with an open platform with it create new revenue streams, consolidate hidden day decline of the Ottoman an on not the industry's full potential by unifying it all in one space. That is more like it. We've. We've never grown team of sixty people across Switzerland, Sweden and Spain all focus on that same common goal, providing trusted fast, an affair environment. For all I to get them on the show. So today's guest is the founder of utopia and goes by the name of matatus, and he's been featured on Bloomberg CNN, Nickelodeon, Wall Street Journal wired, and so many other top -cations, and this serial entrepreneurs successfully also create company seize the early nineties, but in different areas of content distribution streaming online gaming, social media and computer technologies are probably reveal to watch all ready, but but let's explore further tech destruction of the music industry under all that utopia. We'll play in that why asking you to book h-a-l-o and hold until I is I beam your is all the way to the side road near a Gary in Basel owner where today's guests mattessich has just pulled over in his car and way in a spate with us. A massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. I'm. I am with you would call a serial entrepreneur, I've important trading companies in the internet space since the mid ninety s and I've seen all of the shifts from, you know, the start until the first wave second wave, and I've been talking weight very interesting to Gino seen the back ground of the industries and most of their DC see today, most of the spaces. You've heard them or seen them before the yes weren't possible because of technology so looking at the blockchain space, it's very interesting because missing layer, we haven't really seen before that, you know, makes it possible for this. And whatever I've done well was part of creating electronic sports movement back into days creek and some of the first events with prize money in the world, we set up for the forums communities, the big social network, we're all gamers were we created one of the first major platforms that real coming directed with games. To make them social and that ended up being acquired by by Dyson meetings. So we started a chemical magin TV which is still today. One of the larger provider of on the internet television. For instance, in Germany, we created a platform that could do broadcasts quality television. So if you imagine what broadcast television just internet broadcasting, and we we managed to be the first company in the world that the Goshi aided rights to do live television on any device, even to be able to go back from live signals backwards when he miss something or, you know, record everything in the cloud, and we've got all the Hollywood studios cool to do. So which I don't think anyone else has succeeded today until they're still a large provider as a back in Houston for a lot of other companies today. And so we've been all the time working with creation of technologies, it's synchronized with media and going back. For all the way down into the rights management and and to utopia so national the progression of that. Because every time we work with any type of media, you get into music discussions to Mabel to do television in in Germany and go getting was the biggest channels in. We had to clear musical rights with with gamma, which is collecting society, which was a one year

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Synchronized Acting: Shakespeare to Sorkin

Casting Actors Cast

20:09 min | 2 years ago

Synchronized Acting: Shakespeare to Sorkin

"So actually seen actors lose out on a job because of a lousy sweet. The way you say your name has as much to do with the level of confidence you're showing. I mean, it's like suddenly they're in the witness protection program. Welcome to casting actors, cast insights for actors on acting in the business of show casting director. Jeffrey drives Bach takes you behind the scenes, reveal secrets to successful acting career. You can find out more on the web at casting actors, cast dot com. Now, here's your host jeopardy drives by. Hey, everybody welcome yet again to another episode of casting actors cast today. We're gonna be talking about what I call synchronicity synchronized acting from Shakespeare to Sorkin. We're gonna dive into some of the important qualities that authors with their material want to accomplish when they have you perform it. But first let me just take a moment. Once again, I keep on wanting to thank you so much for your really kind words that I'm receiving back and the fact that the podcast is doing so extraordinarily well, I'm a little humbled by the whole thing, and I really want to keep on doing these. And if you're one of those people out there and I know you're out there, I could hear you. I would love just to hear some feedback. So if you go to casting actress, cast dot com can either send me a voice message. It's really easy. Just a one click and I get the, I get the voice. You can introduce yourself and say, Hello and thank you for the Pat. Gas or whatever you want. Even if you have a question, I would be thrilled to have an opportunity to play your question on the air and also answer live, so we can really have a nice dialogue, especially in those areas that you think I might not be covering to your satisfaction because with your contribution, I can help shape and design the direction of some of these podcasts to really be of great benefit to you. And I know I've mentioned this before, but I really love doing these podcasts. And one of the reasons is I feel like, and I know this is gonna sound pollyanna, but I feel like I Mabel to give back information that I wish I had had when I first started out, I feel like it's really an amazing journey that we're all on together. And I guess that's another reason why I'm feel so motivated about these particular podcasts. So thanks so much. So synchronized acting, we're gonna talk about exactly what does that really, really mean? I'm entitling the. Podcast synchronized acting Shakespeare to Sorkin. It seems to me based on my experience that actors can fall into basically one of two categories. So which one are you? My category was honestly, if I really took a hard look, I would say that I was a lazy actor many times. I just didn't work hard enough and for those roles that I really really wanted, I would over work it. And so immersed myself into it that by the time I showed up to audition to show the producer of the director of the casting director how I was going to play the part. I ended up wanting it so much that that desperation seemed to bleed through everything that I had done. Everything that I had rehearsed any of the thought processes probably because I was a little more nervous than normal and it just completely exploded in front of me, and there are some. Really painful experience. I'm laughing because I'm looking back on some of those painful moments that I had had as an actor. So I oftentimes just felt like I worked either too hard or not hard enough, but basically, I, I would say I would fall under the lazy actor category. And then of course I've worked with and I see now that there are those actors the other category, which is the what I call the overworked after the actor that absolutely works so hard to discover as many different interesting nuances that they can and apply themselves to almost every conceivable option in the character that they are about to play that they literally exhaust themselves out of making a clean choice for the character. So that overworked actor has put so much into it that they just simply cannot make. A clear cut decision about it because there are too many options available. So when you entertain the idea of having too many options in your character, you end up not being able to make a decision about any of them. So I know this is a little simplistic, but I think that actors are either a lazy actor or that

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"mabel" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Whether because she saw a worst case scenario version of her own problems reflected in it or not, all of Thomas's death hit Mabel hard by then Mabel had developed a friendship with William Desmond Taylor in the fall of nineteen twenty. After Mabel had been contemplating her own health for a couple of wretched months Taylor, gently prodded her into checking into a sanitarium allegedly so that she could kick her addictions, although perhaps just so that she could rest in hopes of recovering from her chronic illness when she returned. She made two films for max Senate, both of them Cinderella stories. Molly, oh, and Susannah. Susanna is the film that anger incorrectly claims was Norman's last via arbuckle scandal began about a year after Mabel complete. Her convalescence and it affected her in a number of ways. For one thing, she was heartbroken for her old friend and co star who she was sure was innocent of the charges against him. She also saw how the hotel party the kind of party Mabel herself had attended many times could become the subject of fascination and condemnation by the nationwide press. And she didn't want to find herself in a similar situation, but she couldn't prevent are buckles troubles from touching her entirely. Immediately. There were announcements that arbuckles movies had been boycotted and banned because Mabel start in so many films with Roscoe vis meant that a large number of her own films were pulled from circulation. Meanwhile, in the ongoing conversation about Hollywood's low morals, there were rumors that one drug addicted starlet had taken a cure for her troubles, but it hadn't stuck. Whether or not Mabel was using drugs or had ever done drugs rumors about her persisted because she didn't look well. She was dealing with the Burke, yellow SIS that would eventually kill her, but she didn't tell the public or the media. This putting aside the issue of whether or not Mabel did drugs. There is much anecdotal testimony that she did have a tendency to drink too much an art director who worked with maple supposedly said she was funny. She was gay until she was drunk, and she was drunk. A lot of time. Maples personal staff would allegedly water down her gin bottles in an attempt to keep her from getting too drunk Taylor tried to keep Mabel from crossing the line with champagne. They got into a fight on New Year's Eve, nineteen twenty one going into nineteen twenty two. Because maybe was having too much fun at a party and Taylor had insisted that they leave. They made up, but a month later Taylor was dead. I was never in love with Taylor. She told reporters, denying that they had been engaged, but it made a better story to pit Mabel and Mary miles Minter against one another as romantic rivals, whether or not they had actually both been involved with Taylor or involved at all in his murder. Anger is correct to say that the aspect of the Taylor scandal that damage Mabel the most was the dope ankle. There were newspaper reports that claimed Taylor had made himself such an antagonistic drug dealers that he even kicked one of them down a flight of stairs, suggesting that the killing might have been the dope peddlers revenge. Whether true or false these stories, put the idea in the heads of audiences and even Maples peers that she was tainted by narcotics, which though virtually commonplace in Hollywood a year or so earlier would now be like a target on me balls back in a climate of sweaty. Post scandal fo- sanitation, contrary to angers reports, Susanna was not withdrawn due to Maples connection to tailor Senate actually held its release until January. Thousand twenty three in the hope that the arbuckle and Taylor scandals would have blown over and he could remind audiences of the old maple, the fun loving madcap whose minor rebellions were adorable, rather than cause for alarm, but Susannah got largely negative reviews in part because it was perceived to include too much drama in with the old slapstick.

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New York State plans to install anti-terrorism facial recognition technology

BBC Newshour

05:17 min | 2 years ago

New York State plans to install anti-terrorism facial recognition technology

"And what they did a console many dolls for females in aviation After the news BBC's Hello I'm Garris follow the former Pakistani cricket star Imran Khan has declared victory in the general election amid accusations of vote-rigging by rivals in a live. Television address Mr. Khan said his party was successful and had been. Given a mandate he also promised that his government's will be the first that will not carry out. Any political victimization Sarah, Pakistan unitl I stay. Or Pakistan to unite I want to make clear that any of our opponents people who voted against us I think the kind of personal attacks that I faced no one has ever faced and before I have forgotten. All of this and Pretoria. This behind me this is not about me this is about my country partial, results indicate Mr. Khan's party will emerge as the single, largest impediment succumbed commodity is in Islam about supporters and journalists have been gathering outside Iman cons house on the. Outskirts of Islamabad off to delays in the counting of the votes results, are, still coming in there. Seems to be a consensus. That. His party have secured the most seats they're likely to fall just short of an outright majority but analysts say they should easily be able to form a government. By allying with independent candidates or smaller parties the PM then party. Which has been power for the past five years however has rejected the results human rights groups had Raised. Concerns about the build up to the polls amidst allegations Pakistan's powerful military we're trying. To fix the result in favor of Mr. Khan's party both he and the army. Have dismissed those claims Mr. Kearney's seen by many voters as a break, from the dynastic politics that. Is dominated the country for, decades a government minister. Increase says one of the country's worst won't find disasters was exacerbated by residents in the hardest hit community Panos commandos the defense minister told the BBC people in the resort of Marty had built unlicensed properties near wooded. Areas thus blocking their own. Escape routes Mr. commandos insisted the Greek defence forces acted promptly in difficult weather, conditions the man seen as Iran's key military commander in, Syria Iraq and given has issued a strong threat to President Trump not Twitter Iran in a speech Qasim Sulamani. Who's head of the coots force told Mr. Trump that if he started, a, war Iran would finish. It Sebastian OSHA reports Wants a. Figure of the shadows exerting a near mythic influence Iranian military engagements around the world Qassam Suleimani has increasingly come out. Into the open in the past few years pictures of a grizzled commander smiling on various frontlines of popped up. Regularly some Photoshop others genuine, now he's been quoted on Iranian television channeling inflammatory rhetoric at the US president in response to Mr. Trump's. Own recent tweet warning in block capitals but Iran will suffer untold consequences if its leaders threaten America again, well with news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm. Kerry Nolan New York state is installing facial recognition software, to catch criminals at the city's bridges and tunnels WNYC Zoe, as ULA has, more at a press conference governor Cuomo painted a picture of a world where facial recognition technology guarded the city at its airports bridges, and, tunnels keeping Track of those who, enter an exit he claimed facial recognition tack is. The future of anti-terrorism security privacy and activist, groups disagree executive director, of, NYC l. you Donna Lieberman says. The tech sometimes gets faces wrong can receive tend to be in the area. Of young people old people, women people of color so you're talking about. Like lots, of, vulnerable. Populations the MTA says so far it's. Just a pilot and no data's being shared with law enforcement adding our priority is balancing public safety with, civil liberties New Jersey's attorney general. Is responding after two local radio. Hosts, made racist and xenophobic comments about him on air Gooby or gray wall. Tweeted, his. Name this. Morning and added. Quote I'm the sixty first attorney general of New Jersey I'm a Sikh American I have three. Daughters, and yesterday I told them to turn off the, Radio New jersey one zero one point five hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco said they couldn't recall gray walls name, yesterday And referred to, him as quote turban man and quote the guy with a turban. The station says both have been taken off the air. Until further notice a post office in Chinatown will soon get a name change to honor late suffragette and local community organizer President Trump signed a Bill into law renaming the door. Your street building the Mabel Lee memorial post office. Lee who died in. Nineteen sixty six was the first Chinese woman to receive a PHD from Columbia, University she was well. Known for organizing classes for Chinatown's residents congresswoman Nydia Velazquez sponsored the bipartisan Bill this is WNYC Hello and welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service coming.

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"mabel" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"With these attorneys and continue to demand to see your children again and if she is if mabel gonzales is in fact deported will she be deported with her children so that is an impossible choice that many of these parents are being forced to make you did after the news of this injunction which again was very very good news and demanding that this administration reunified hits in short amount of time they're still now a four a b test out to parents saying would you like to return with your children or not we have already heard reports on the ground that they are being presented with this information without an attorney present even if we have the proper documentation submitted to these deportation officers seen we are the attorneys we're representing them they're still going without you know not as if they want representation and they're saying do you want to go back with your children are not that isn't impossible choice to make where they have made that sacrifice they had fled violence they came together with your child they were ripped away from them and now they have to make a decision does my child go back to be endanger with me after all these sacrifice we made a or do i choose for my child to stay and potentially never see them again and it is a decision that that mabel the night have a really still need to explore because it's such a difficult decision to i mean what maples doing inside they're not allowed to have notebooks and so she's writing down she's a pastor from honduras deeply respected by the women at first not trusting you know could you be government agent she's asking for their information but one by one and then mabel gonzales handing this information very well documented to one of the people you work with linda at las america center the franciscan sister named mary kay maui walled describe this process of getting information out this underground railroad of information that you're trying to pass on all right right so you know we haven't great team this sister goes out she's a volunteer she goes out to the detention center several times a week interviews many of these men and women for possible representation and she is talking to to mabel who is seeking help who desperately needs help and even amongst the retelling of her own story and seeking help and advocacy for herself she decides to hand over these zeus as she took paper to sister mary kay you know get this back to to the center and see how you can help and frankly it was it was such a useful piece of information for us because all as a nonprofit exactly what we want to do is help these women and so our mission was to speed to every single one some of them luckily do have attorneys although i will say very few once we find out they have a turn as we go onto the next person we conduct intakes regarding whether they're eligibility for asylum what kind of claim they have how can we help them but then this facet is added to our work as as attorneys and immigration advocates of where's your child have you spoken to your child how often are you able to speak to your child how soon can we get you reunited one of the effects from the injunction is that we're starting to see more of these people and more of these mothers on this list granted what's called an ice bond in that is is is always had the ability to do this these women are under the custody of ice is always has the ability to release them and they are be granted a bond most of them in the amount of twenty five hundred dollars and many of them we're we're trying to pair them up with the resources in order for them to get out the first thing that has to happen the most important thing for mothers that are detained mothers and fathers that are detained is to get out of.

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"mabel" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"I understand that you can't just knock out a platform yeah exactly like a little of the teams that worked on the stuff it's a team of like ten to twelve lot a lot of this stuff on the all stuff yeah you know mabel childhood though a lot of indie that's what i'm saying yeah i think i need to take the license of wife from aa yes and just give it to a bunch of acres wonder irby soft yeah yeah give one to bloody the guys in my tomb writer yeah right yeah but i'm thinking even smaller yeah thinking like how their people will like oh my god i love this steam game you know it's again kind of nowhere and it's one dude yeah if you miss star wars license and be like you know how you did that and it's a platform but it's got these this crazy we'd element to it would again but it's style exactly yeah maybe give them a graphics department or something like that and the guy well throw i was thinking apparently and this is a room and i don't know if this is true somebody inside ai was working on their own version of superstar what was based on the force awakens right okay the souvenir item and because they released that first one recently on playstation four and bunch so you can download it and it's not very good because it's real hot right and then but they the rumor is this is probably the nap at that they they pulled the plug you could release one of those that's fine that's exactly what you're talking about the dilemma is that there's now so much money being put into these games that nobody can ever go you know what this one is going to we got ten guys to mike it yeah.

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"mabel" Discussed on IoT inc

IoT inc

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on IoT inc

"Not expanded but the but the thing is of these systems ran day make a recommendation on a british solution the logic the chain of thought chain of reasoning is lost because it just rains on this in superlight scares done of data and spits out of decision on of goldfish and if you wanna say that you you make decisions but it doesn't explain mabel able in terms of how our legal systems are there are any of the systems which i didn't place you need to have a chain of reasoning why you did what you did otherwise it can be it got to be seen as a bias against human or discrimination so it's been able air i am since his ai by definition it's pretty complicated and not very simple for humans to get to seizures so as air i buried to actually explain the other air decisions interesting yeah yeah and yeah originally those a bit of a head scratcher for me because if you dig into it and you dig into we're going to i think we're gonna get into deep learning and and so forth as as a subset of machine learning but it's all pretty much explainable i mean there's no hocus pocus magic going on yeah there's a lot of stuff going on it's all in parallel they call these nodes and neural networks but seeming that you can have a constant seed for random number generator it should all be explainable but what i've learned is that it's just yes but it's just so broad it's so big and it's difficult to explain something even though you can explain the actual calculations that happened originally i was thinking well they don't even know what happened.

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"mabel" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

O'Reilly Data Show

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

"Mabel to keep up with this flood of models in production yeah and so you had a really thought that talk it's a really interesting talk about you know among other things using machine learning to help you with machine learning and thought polity but you know i it may perfect sense to me because you even with you know even beyond just scale right and i'm talking to scale in terms of i've gotta manage a whole bunch of these models right even with a single model the level of complexity with a single model is such that these verse three before steps that i've been talking about building a tool profiling an algorithm anticipating its behavior most of those three are supported by other machine learning algorithms so even if you're just looking at one algorithm that you're dealing with usually the complexity is high enough to to where you need to employ other machine learning to to keep up to do those first three out of the four steph out the first three or are mostly technical math fourth one that you know we'll get you and just a second year that fourth one is more qualitative and so s s you talk with clients because you you are basically taking your framework for monitoring models out into the world is there a level of education you still need to do or they're ready aware about these things no the requires a education and we get that education through participating so you learn as you go so the idea is you know we're we're all on board that you know handling ethics there nece in bias is really important now we're going to take you through how that actually done because enterprises aren't usually you know real savvy about the the specific cactus for how that gets done so participation is really important that gets us to the last step which is assessing the enterprise risk which is the one that requires the most participation on the karla client this is where you get everybody involved and you sit down this is a diverse group of people and you look at the an ticipant it'd behavior of the algorithm this is.

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"mabel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To my mabel mabel welcome great what you're doing what you later and now we're not all it jackman cave near four nominaux of several um several agencies are continue to work hard to address the homeless problem and uh you know uh get a homeless his all of our city and we'll continue to do our best to engage them and make sure that we try to get them to the right places uh you know the same thing with people who are drinking o of postal market st uh you know the the the combination of agencies have been uh already at work trying to really change the looks of market street and it's a tougher hill to climb but to were hotter work on the we are seeing progress i think the end result is to get people to the right places on and get the rights of this the naval we thank you for the call so you're working in conjunction with social services and you're planning that as well that's there's a map for that uh the others oh quite an area about one hundred blocks around uh or on market street and though the public health department the public works department of san francisco police department all the agencies that involved doubled all the probe as asian departments will working together to really address the issue are on harm reduction the most of these people who you see on the street are relieved of harming themselves and so trying to engage them and trying to get them low the appropriate services as being the goal and it takes quite a bit of resources but we're harderworking a you might already have started to see a difference and so we're going to continue doing in of this type of work until we get to the right to street the with the people expect from us let me go to couple tweets here a listener tweets will over and lift drivers be allowed to use the corridor at this time no in not planning for wbo lift uh as we said earlier a marcus st these are ready restricted and so of we will lift to a will be no at this time martha and says love.

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"mabel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cover such a cool beat when you're such an expert attitude but we're going to try to focus a little bit right when they can do it and try to this myself even though i'm hyper caffeinated at the moment children's stuff that they can watch through the summer said school was out rate as an a warn you ahead of time i have an eightyearold who watches not a lot of screen time but she's monitored but she does get more than probably other kids judgment what it what are the youngest viewers glued to be enjoying the sun there is a believe new season of tumble leaf flag girl make wishes had to whistling fountain was these cleanse i found i love me gene wishes with please with a splash graham i wish in a flash oh wait maple lear on mabel deal mabel this grinder brennan oh that's the zero that's us making the lights on the wall i don't know a few cents new to me no k it's on amazon prion and it's really cute show it cover stem topics in a way that's really acceptable for preschoolers and even slightly younger than that very com it's about a little blue fox and his name is fig and he lives on an island it's called tumble leaf avsi now and a yeah it's really sweet and it's also really cool because it stop motion and it's actually real live stop motion it's not it cgi so they go into the studio anantha klay and they do it that way is to so it's very beautiful to watch also but i was just watching a little bit of it recently and there's really cute the way that they bring science and technology into the plot is very very simple but easy for kiss understand fig was he saw rainbow in because he was squirting a little a bottle to clean the like massed of his ship cleaning a window and he square to the bottle and created a rainbow and he's like oh my gosh this is so exciting made right so you went inside to show his friend that he can make a rambo and he squirts the bottle not in front of a window and nothing happened and so the rest of it is how it learning that you need both missed two maker rainbow and you also need light it's been sun so.

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"mabel" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on WJR 760

"Win were starting the process of planning for retirement the next thing is just sort of a lifestyle question what is going to change about by every day lifestyle when i retired compared to now that i'm working what what aspects of that question does that a tale well you really have to think about that because ask yourself the question and what do i enjoy doing most in and what are the cost involved with tentatively is my health an issue in so you really have to kind of look at all these different variables and kind of where he them out to really understand what what changes are going to take place in your lifestyle in wants to do value it helps you decree really a better plan going through retirement and then said a growing along with that is travel riad like we get into retirement now you have the opportunity to travel more than you did before where do i wanna go how much is that gotta caused yeah yeah traveling can be obeyed expense so it's it's important more than ever to lay out a plan of the dust nations you you want to visit un the the anticipated costs involved because again this can vary dramatically depending accommodations and you name it so so you really need to have a game plan in place here and all of that has to do with what do i want to do it retirement but that there's that question of what happens beyond a retirement how important is it to be to leave a financial legacy either to my kids are my grade kids are my family or to charity or something like that how important is that to me when i play well this answers really different for everybody i get a lot of clients essay he we educated and we've done all the work and and giving them launched whatever's left over is leftover but you still want to leave once leftovers tax efficiently as poss mabel so in if you're looking to leave purposefully leave a legacy none would you wanna be taxefficient but there's ways to leverage state to to maximise that benefit to the kids in in reduce the taxes that's the big thing and uh so those are all things you want.

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"mabel" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"mabel" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Gosh. Look presentable. Check them for worms. This is all aggies. We're in. Make sure they get along with other guys. Yes. Sometimes teach them all the trick. Yes. So how has it been dating with a dog? That is such a question. Well, see Mabel has this horrible trick. Which is whenever I bring a guy home. She will the first thing. She'll do always jump right on their crotch, which is just the funniest thing to say right as you're walking in like, oh, welcome to my place, by the way, my dogs about to leap onto your ball. Be prepared. But it's also kind of good test is how he handles that situation. And but basically anyone who's at all apathetic about dogs. I want absolutely nothing to do with this. And it's really hard to figure out how to filter for that. Now that I'm single again. Because the thing I'm not ready to write dog mom on my profile. And I don't know how you guys feel about that phrase. And I think it's perfectly fine for some people. But Mabel, I have been friends for a long time. And I do take care of her in some ways. But I don't think of myself as her mama kind of think about her as like my buddy in life. And so I don't know how to say I don't know how to announce my dog nece on my online, dating profiles. Right interesting. But I think it's the most important thing you need to know about me is that not only if you were to consider relationship with me this dog is part of the deal and also sleeps in my bed. I don't know that that's really good point. I have heard some people say they feel like it's more of a friend relationship with our dog than like a parent relationship. Try that dog roommate. That's nice. Donor is a puppy. It'd be different of. No, I think I think that that's fair..

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