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"malheur" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:08 min | 10 months ago

"malheur" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news NAP Elice, The West Bank, You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Over the past week. Our colleagues over at the indicator have been reporting on the historic drought in the West. They spend some time with ranchers on the front lines, including the claim with River Basin. Sally, her ships and Ashley A'Hearn report over in the Climate River basin that's in kind of south central Oregon along the California border. There were record breaking high temperatures. And then this huge mega fire started the bootleg fire, and it ended up burning more than 400,000 acres. And in the Klamath, There are a lot of different stakeholders. Or maybe we should think about them. Like shareholders of the water in that basin, right? Yeah, totally. You've got several tribes fighting to keep enough water in the lake and river of her fish and then add to that. Of course, you've got ranching and farming happening, which is a More than $200 million industry in that watershed, so in the spring irrigation water for farmers was shut off her whole season. That's the first time this has happened since the system was built back in 19. Oh, seven, and that's when things got interesting. Yeah, so back in early spring, there were two local guys who bought a small piece of land right where there's a key irrigation gate. And this gate basically controls the central artery for water for Klamath farmers and ranchers and these guys were threatening to force the head gate back open. They invited Amon Bundy and his group People's Rights Oregon to come and help them with the protest. And just in case you need a reminder. He's the guy who led the occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. A few years ago when I heard about that, of course, I wanted to talk to somebody on the ground, so I called up Becky Hatfield hide. She's a cattle rancher in the climate, and she's been following the water issues there for a long time. Right now, For the record, she has zero water. It's like you're sitting there in the ER dying. So Becky and the other ranchers, tribal members, everyone stressed out because of heat, the smoke the water shortage and then the Bundys. Add fuel to the fire. Exactly. So those Bundy affiliated guys that bought the land they set up this red and white. It looks like a circus tent and they started holding meetings about water rights, and it was a lot of saber rattling, You know, But folks were really worried. We're following that that things could go sideways at a moment's notice because there's some history there. Back in 2000 and one, the federal government shut the same head gate to keep enough water in the lake for endangered fish. And local protesters forced the gates back open multiple times. Things got violent. Then there was a lot of anti tribal racism. Yeah, and so Becky's watching this happen and she's you know someone who's cared about water issues there for a long time, and she said it just made her sick when she heard the Bundys were getting involved. I see them as extremists. And frankly, real. Ranchers and farmers have had zero time this year to be sitting around at a head gate. Um, protesting something, she says The protest just fizzled out. And so then, a few weeks ago, the tent was quietly taken down. And so Becky's big concern now is that we make this Groundhog Day scenario. Where we see this thing play out year after year low snowpack in the spring hot, wildfire ridden summers with no irrigation water that leads to escalating water tensions. And then just hit. Repeat, she says. We gotta get out ahead of this. The Bundys don't get us out of this. We get ourselves out of this by working carefully and thoughtfully together. This is a system. It is a watershed. And it desperately needs all of us on board all hands on deck. Support for planet money comes from workday committed to delivering quick insights to help finance teams plan for what's next workday. The finance, HR and planning system for a changing world. Learn more at work day dot com. Never there..

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Russia Appears to Carry out Hack Through System Used by U.S. Aid Agency

NBC Nightly News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Russia Appears to Carry out Hack Through System Used by U.S. Aid Agency

"A high stakes summit between president biden and russian president vladimir putin just weeks away in urgent new crisis at the forefront. Another hacking against the us government. Being blamed on. Russia are pete. Williams has the latest on the investigation. The latest attack at the state department's agency for international development. Usa id which distributes america's foreign aid the hackers inserted malheur that sent what appeared to be genuine usaid emails to more than one hundred fifty recipients including human rights groups and other organizations that have been critical of russia's president vladimir putin in a blog post microsoft says the attack came from a threat actor called no bellingham originating from russia the same group behind the huge solar wind attack that targeted the department of homeland security energy commerce defense treasury and state and thousands of america's businesses the. Us government has said no belgium's hacking is the work of russia's foreign intelligence service. This time microsoft says it systems blocked most of the militias emails and mark them as spam but the russian attack comes less than three weeks before president biden is scheduled to meet putin in geneva. We need clear. Rules of nation state conduct in cyberspace and then clearly stated consequences for violations of those rules. Last month biden imposed modest sanctions on russia for the solar winds attack but said he was prepared to take further action. If the hacking didn't stop security experts say this latest attack was intended to gather intelligence on putin's opponents but it was still going on within the past few days suggesting. us sanctions haven't made much difference.

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"malheur" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"malheur" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Doubt division from the universe and wayne you have a vision for yourself and you have just that enough belief in it that it can come true universal bring around pay little pachuca teas which would make that a reality and that is exactly what happened to me. So it was june osteo the sixteenth. To be specific. I am very sentimental when it comes to tipping points and milestones in my life i met my thought leadership mental ron malheur. Try as a global entrepreneur and the founder of the stole leadership program bench. I'm on. I'm masa facilitator of as well and i met ron and i looked at ron's life than lifestyle and halley was impacting people. And how he showed up. It was unlike anyone. I had ever seen or experienced before and long story. Showing rancher showed me the way to have a career. You can be a traditional on. To- paul you're can play a traditional employees in climaco poletto. You can be assault lead up. Which is the third way is the third or having a career and it is a very unique foam off entrepeneurship. world. What you have to say unique message your unique ideologies it matches and what we do. Is we build a brand. We build assets. We build a business around extensions of all of who we are because thought leadership This model of a typical shift the thought leaders at the coal. We other center of thing that we do insane because people are fundamentally attracted and connects with people fast but in order fast. Facilitate that connection. We have to get to know ourselves on level unprecedented levels and we actually spend a lot of time figuring ourselves out on micro and the micro what is intriguing about us. What is a message. What do we stand for. What is the truth that we are here to deliver. And then of course we put that out in the public arena and that is going to really dissuades people from ever wanting to know to going to bring in the aligned people in two thousand twelve we can make them think because the fundamental judy overthrow later is to make people think and think differently. So i'm i'm hearing a lot of your steps there you went about you. You talked about journaling talking about getting to get him. Julie know who you are are those steps in finding right partnerships those steps. I wanna get into like steps about being..

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"malheur" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"malheur" Discussed on Pantheon

"But i understand. Well you know. I'm i'm going to disagree with you. A tiny bit it. it is very comparable. it's just what is the result. And how quickly does it com. Yeah there's not. There's not a physical difference between being addicted to nicotine or caffeine or alcohol or heroin but what what what which one is going to hurt you more especially in the in the very short term. Yeah yeah i'm in caffeine's not good for you good for you but it's taught you're talking about a long term thing. Were down the line. It might make you sit whereas with alcohol or heroin. It's destroying your liver and destroying your kidneys and wrecking your nervous system. And you know what i mean. It's just they're definitely on par with one another and blaze for for our audience. Please understand we are lehman this this department. We are not medical doctors. We we are not social workers. We don't deal with this stuff so what we're speaking is literally what we know of. Please from from personal experience and experience of relatives and stuff like that and france. But it's it's not. It's not something that we can speak of in medical terms. Just know that we. We've all been touched by a in some way. But i don't have my doctorate quite yet. Yeah maybe the next twenty years so he's on again off again When he's off he's apparently remarkable his songs. He's up early calling the record labels shopping material and when he's off it's really bad. He's actually attempting suicide. So it's thwarted by either a botched attempt or by his girlfriend. Sandra who he called his angel is depression. Hit an all-time low in april of ninety three. Doug bosch a solo on stage at a local music festival afterwards. He said he's gonna quit the cameras he's done the very next day doug goes back and says i didn't need it please. Back the band only to be told by laurence zubieta. The personally co founded the bandwidth. Were sorry doug were moving in a different direction without you in all the while. This is happening. The gin blossoms are on the radio. Their touring the country is psalms are everywhere. He's pretty convinced at this point that he's not gonna make it as a songwriter. One of the quotes he would throw out kind of flippantly was. I'll be a hack. Like roger and one hundred and one dalmatians. That was what he would say. That's actually quite a deep cut. Who's roger wrote jingles in one hundred and one dalmatians also. Why do i know the jobs of roger. One hundred one. He pulled it out like that. Yeah getting brain is no no not dulled by this. Whole thing is he's. He's writing these incredible songs. He's an incredible. It's not only that kind of on himself guitar and bass and and you know it's sad because he seems like he's such a genius and it's like no one will give him a shot like it can genuinely talented in. It's just being undermined by things. That are a little out of his. Your that are out of his control. Unfortunately by this time yet again. It's it's all important. And that is what ultimately culminates the fall of nineteen ninety-three. He goes into the bar he sees robin. And that's where all his aggression goes in the autumn nineteen ninety-three by november of ninety-three doug was living by himself in tempe arizona. He did receive a gold record for new miserable experience. He hung it on the wall for two weeks before he destroyed it. He was about to be addicted from his apartment. His girlfriend sandra was really the only lifeline. He had in a last ditch attempt to get sober. He admits himself for an intake at saint luke's hospital in phoenix arizona to the detox ward on december fourth nineteen ninety-three. Doug leaves a detox word and purchases a thirty eight caliber pistol. When i'm about to read you a transcript of the last phone call. He made on the night of december. Four to brian smith. The writer of the malheur times who was at that point in detroit. And here's how the call went. Mrs doug starting off the call. This is it hump. Doug what is it. This is it. I'm gonna off myself. What i mean it. Doug language warning. What the fuck are you talking about. I'm going to off myself. What are you pissed. Because i haven't paid you to three hundred dollars back yet. No it's christmas time. forget it anyway. I won't be needing it shit. It'll fund your christmas eggnog. You bastard come on. i'm done. What about sandra. She deserves better bowl. Shit let's go whorehouse and nobles remember that time you just held back in your arms and paid seventy dollars for the privilege. It's that time of year dude. Yeah you gotta move. Think about it kids around the country singing your songs. You've got what you always wanted. You should be celebrating. It was good knowing you. Doug hung up the phone at some point between the night of december fourth and december fifth. Brian received another phone. Call from one of sandra's friends brian. Doug's dead doug put the thirty eight caliber pistol in his mouth and pulled. The trigger is body was discovered fully clothed with hundred and fifty eight dollars stuffed in the pocket that was all the money he had. He was thirty two years old. after doug's death he was cremated. His remains were scattered at the ash avenue bridge in tempe arizona year following. Doug's death new york based law firm took up the case to represent the hopkins estate. They found eighteen of the songs he wrote. Were open for future record deals today. It is estimated that doug would have a projected net worth of almost five million dollars. All and i with four hundred four hundred some odd dollars and nothing has bank account emmy award winning documentary filmmaker mark tannock secured the rights from the estate to do a bio pic. I'm doug the film was secured in two thousand with the attachment of star. Ethan hawke to play doug hopkins but unfortunately it stalled out went into development hell and as for the gin blossoms. They were wrecked when doug past when asked about it. Robin wilson said letting doug was the hardest thing that they ever had to do. There was a four year gap between their albums. The next release in nineteen ninety six wasn't honor of doug and the album was titled congratulations. I'm sorry from there. The gin blossoms would cut three more albums two thousand six two thousand eighteen. They took a hiatus in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two thousand one and will continue to work on various side projects and actually remain together to list. The current members of the blossoms include robin wilson. Bill lean jesse valenzuela scott johnson and scott hessel at the time of this recording. They are scheduled to tour in two thousand. Twenty one robin points out that they play. Hey jealousy at every single show. He said there is not a day. That goes by where we don't think about doug. That's the song we're going to end on folks. I guarantee you'll never hear it the same way again. There's a head bobbing poppy. Rhythm to it and those ninety guitar licks that you can't forget but underneath. That is the real raw pain of a true artist. And that artist was doug hopkins. He's one of so many that we've lost some of the others. We've mentioned you know on this. Podcast and not include. Kurt cobain michael hutchins keith flint of vici elliott smith. Wendy williams joel janice butch trucks and chris cornell and those are only the ones you hear about because they're famous according to the world health organization almost eight hundred thousand people taking their life every.

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"malheur" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"malheur" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Their biggest claim to fame or what they were known for is their one of the early adapters that really got into leveraging a tax for for what they call it supply chain attacks leveraging <hes> victims for tax for a later stage of a of bigger objective <hes>. . So they would get into all these other companies I in order to use them to sort of traverse those trusted relationships into what their actual target was, , and you know they were one of the groups that that sort of created that and started doing you know we really didn't see much of that and now it's much more common but these guys. . Were doing it. . You know starting back in two thousand twelve, , but it's also one of the most confusing groups because you know most of the attackers that you see while in the espionage game especially, , if they're a group that is involved in espionage generally on cybercrime so that really confused a lot of researchers and so the reason sort of throwing that is you know when we look track activity and you will try identify motivation, , it really throws you off when you start to see very different types of of tax rate you're looking for a complete different end result <hes>. . You don't usually see financial gain involved with operation that. . Is trying to steal information that's clearly going to be used for <hes> political or military purposes. . So this group really is interesting because of that. So . you have all these pockets of activities. . See things you know involving clearly very <hes> custom develops a sophisticated espionage malware that steals information, , and then you see other attacks where they're leveraging that and <hes> and using it for for financial gain in really you know one of the biggest differences you know in that was looking in the times of use of when these types of attacks were doing <hes> we can. . Talk about that a little bit more in detail. . But but yeah, , that we've been tracking him since two thousand eleven and they have quite a tool set of their own malware that they used for these attacks <hes> we that there were, , you know small group <hes>. . They clearly had ties back to the China region and they clearly had the resources to have custom tools, , <hes> custom malware, , and they appear to be very long-term objective oriented attackers meaning they'd have all these different phases of an attack before you could figure out what the actual real true objective was. . Can you give us some insights a as a researcher what is the process like for you and your colleagues for sort of connecting the dots for determining as as time goes by what what do you include with this group? ? Would you exclude how do you? ? How do you make that that circles smaller and smaller over time to know exactly who you're dealing with an unlikely what they're up to? ? Yes that's a great question. . So the normal process of how we apply that. . Any sort of targeted attack is to not just look at the first attack. . So usually you again because of one event or one attack. . But. . What you need to do when it comes to these sophisticated attackers is expand that pivot in identify other infrastructure, , other malware, , other victims, , and then do rear view mirror look to see. . Okay. . Are there other campaigns? ? Maybe there's a different vertical. . A. . Different sector that's been targeting, , but you're not seeing, , but you can learn about the tactics from that group. . So you you really need to pivot and look back rear view mirror, , collect all that information we analyze everything that you have in sort of come up with a bigger picture hypothesis of what that attacker is doing, what , is their motivation, , and what is all these smaller attacks <hes> lead up to a this group however made that very difficult <hes> and the reason I say that is what alluded to before we looked at the pocket of activity and you have custom malware that you believe is unique to when it's hacker. . <hes> something that you think is resource back to a nation. . That attacker is it's you know it's for those military government purposes. . Therefore, , you don't usually see that very sophisticated malware used for financial gain attacks and the reason why is you know they spend all this time developing this malware you don't WanNa, , take the chance that it's going to get identified and then researchers antivirus and defenders can now right signature is a detective and your advanced operation that you spent all this time and money on is a major component of it is no longer usable. . So that's what was so weird about this is you know we were seeing what was clearly espionage operations and then shortly after we began. . To. . See these financial gain motivated attacks.

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"malheur" Discussed on Pour le plaisir de partir

Pour le plaisir de partir

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"malheur" Discussed on Pour le plaisir de partir

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"malheur" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Incorporate enhanced use. Of technology and Data analytics. We must be better at preventing these crime from happening in the first place. They're talking about a new social media unit within Chicago, P D to track postings, the main site and organized trouble. President Trump Campaign Rally with police officers New York City Police Benevolent Association was not benevolent to Vice President Joe Biden at President Trump's New Jersey Country club rally. Sleepy Joe Biden were to become president. He would immediately passed legislation to get everything Police Department in America, former vice president Biden says that's not true. He does, however, wanted condition. Police federal funding based on if a department meets honorable indecency standards and dealing with all citizens and the field. ABC NEWS Washington Warning Against rapid test to screen A symptomatic people for Corona virus, the Food and Drug Administration calling into question whether the White House business is sports teams and others are too reliant on the tests. That are less sensitive than regular covert tests. CDC predicts total US covert deaths over 200,000 By Labor Day Taking strange incidents seriously inside the five sided, depending on task force will investigate the military's encounters with UFOs or what it calls unexplained aerial phenomenon. Pentagon says the task force's mission is to detect, analyse and catalogue phenomenon that could potentially posed a threat to U. S NATIONAL security. In a statement, the Pentagon said it takes seriously any aircraft incursions into its training ranges or airspace and investigates every report. Even those that are unexplained. Martinez ABC NEWS Washington Listening to ABC News, Bob Williams, our top story melt your county goes backto. Phase one Kobe reopening. 11 90 Katie except Michael Desmond reports eight starts Monday. Organ Health Authority director Patrick Alan says Malheur County has the third highest positive Covad 19 test rate in the state has reported an average of 15 cases per day over the past two weeks, with a test positivity rate of 26% which is significantly above the state average. Ellen says he wants to be able to move his agency's resource is to Malheur County get Human Vila County a little further down the road so we could redeploy some of the massive amount of resource that we have have deployed there in the Mountain County. There's not a specific outbreak in Malheur County and the move back to phase one is to limit the amount of personal person contact which will slow the spread of the virus Code 19 claiming two more lives. In Oregon, health officials reported 323 new cases Today, 224 covered. Patients are hospitalized, Bold Noma County of the most new cases of 54 followed closely by Marion County with 49 cases until a county have 37. Malik your had 18 new cases. In Washington state. There are 800 new cases of Corona virus at 19 new deaths. The Trailblazers, head of the N ba playing game of the West. They nipped the Nets 1 34 1 33 In their final game of the regular season, The Nets had one final chance and Trailblazer guard Damian Lillard says he was holding his breath. I was just like, please, miss, please get the rebound Carmelo from down the ball. I thought it was a couple of seconds left, but I just time ball. You this shot balls in the air clock ran out. Lillard scored 42 Points, dished out 12 assists for Portland, which will play Memphis on Saturday in the battle for the eighth seed in the Western Conference playoffs. Bob Williams News radio 11 90 k e X. You know as much as I am sad that a lot of events have been canceled this summer. I've had so much time to go boating or to go camping and just be outside to be with nature. Luckily, even though I've been doing all that I have had great service on my phone to be able to share all of the photos and.

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"malheur" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

"The subject emails, sometimes some key sentences thing in in variable to come up, and they do such a good job of debunking a lot of that stuff and walk through. I love snaps dot. com. So for the for the militias misinformation stuff. Obviously, it's a lot of stuff we've talked about. Before the the the ultimate goal is money even with Malware, the ultimate goal summit either to extort. You're to get information about them eventually the money, but for like misinformation, especially the militias when you talk about like what would the end goal? There is just a so chaos as individuals it nation states. With you on that one Kerry I don't know. So yeah. That one. I, I've seen misinformation used primarily again as as something to get someone to hand over money or two again. Unintentionally install a malicious package that could maybe steal information from them. Steal data, which then in turn again used for extortion right? That's that's what I've seen. I haven't seen a way to separate the militia information. As a as a vector from you know. What what all of these things are trying to do? WHICH IS EXTORT JER? Let's. Let's get into a little bit of the The technical aspects just a just a bit at the high level, so walk us through the types of like what types of now are we seeing? in how how they work? Yeah absolutely so we've encountered quite a few well. We should our bikes. And we have names to them as well, so let's just kind of go through them. We one recently called the Ave Maria with has taken uptick recently, and I'll be. Maria is a remote access Trojan basically successfully implemented. It allows a hacker to gain remote control capabilities of of your system. That means someone could steal your passwords. They could download your information they can even control your Webcam it's. It's really bad stuff. Another Dangerous Malheur that we've seen with an uptick is one called. It cannot only swipe your information from your machine, but it can also serve as. Sort of a first step to downloading more separate malware onto your machine, it's a two step process basically and then we've seen some others with Maine's got Loki bought. We've got net wired RC and They provide key logging features meaning that what you type is revealed to hacker, which again in turn could with a little bit of work be revealing your passwords that reveal that let someone gain access to your accounts. There's a little bit everything up there and they suck. You don't want them on your computer. How about how about ransomware is up? I mean that's been on the uptick for the last couple years. Just General I assume that that this situation is no different. Yeah, ransomware, you are absolutely correct. It has been on an uptick in recent years, and particularly what I think is pretty scummy. Again here is that. About last month we saw a couple of ransomware. Groups say that they would not attack healthcare systems. Some weird sort of. I. It's not even honor among the. It's the honor of the thieves. Explain it. I think within two weeks of that statement, there was a there was a group that ran one called May's I believe that that attack healthcare system with ransomware, and so it's like. I..

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"malheur" Discussed on Loving BDSM

Loving BDSM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on Loving BDSM

"A little sparkle in was like the one the one thing that when when I was talking to the motorcycle mechanic and he started saying about ethanol gas and I was like stop right there. He said when I bought the bike. The Guy who owned by prior to me never ran. Non Ethanol gas in their one of the first things I had to do on. That bike was have the carburetor redone in all the seals place and I said since that day that that I owned that bike I have only run non ethanol gas in it and he lied and he was like wow. That's great cycle camping. Is that your version of a good boy. I would never give you a good boy that would be as weird for me but you know from anybody Wanna now. Are you a gold star kind of person? If it's towards the starbucks dream I'm going to hoard those things like Sh- malheur but I mean the the reward kind of thing the little a. for effort the little. Here's here's a smiley face sticker. The top of your worksheet when you were in school now. That doesn't really do it for me. But you seem to New Orleans. Pleased that the praise of your motorcycle mechanic L. Hill you sell. Is that your version of a smiley face over back smack? Yeah I guess. I wonder about that okay. I have watched him questions. But we have been doing this for a while now and the children would probably like to be let out of there so I will get back to the other and I've got questions about your phone call so just to recap what phone call stop. We're going to week podcast. Livestream hiatus but the mini podcast episodes will still come out. The Youtube live streams on Friday nights at nine thirty PM. Eastern will still come out all the information if you subscribe to her newsletter which we will not have a newsletter after the current week that we're in because you know it's usually in there except for two weeks it will not be in there. I'm complex human being. I don't know what to tell you a full of inconsistencies. And at some point there will be a random. I don't know what it'll be about what we'll do. We'll do this. Celebratory livestream on Youtube for arbitrary subscriber goal. So there's a lot this coming is just we need some time to like throw it. Yeah yeah that's it for us Only and no silently to tell them what you said packing. Is there such a thing no but it is a means to an end yesterday if we pack up the boxes than the boxes can be moved then we can unpack them than we that means her in our new house? So we're going to go. You will still see us around just not in this form for two weeks and we love you guys that we'll see if you watch us on the youtube bloodstream. Hang out we will see you Friday night if not we will talk to. You next. Tuesday's Okay I..

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Religious Resistance to Quarantine

Atheist Nomads

09:19 min | 2 years ago

Religious Resistance to Quarantine

"I'm frankly getting kind of tired of of the whole stay at home and shelter in place and we all are. This is one of those things where we need to. Just buck up and deal with it. It sucks but it's important to make sure that people don't needlessly die because right now people are needlessly dying and there are some people who are not willing to buck up and deal with it such as a local ammon Bundy who you may recall from the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. A few years back. He led an armed insurrection against the United States government. Seizing Federal Land and destroying any artifacts and has his. Most recent thing was a defiant Easter gathering near his home in Emmett Idaho where he was hoping to get a thousand people. Together in. Defiance of the governor's shelter in place order. Yeah he was hoping to get one thousand people you WANNA guess with. The real count was sixty. Yeah he got sixty people. He also didn't run out a big space research. Nope just used a warehouse that he owns on the edge of town out of these sixty people about half when asked by. Diego Rodriguez a pastor who spoke at the event when he asked who was from out of state but half rose their hands after the event or before even During the event the people were hugging and shaking hands. Nobody wore masks or any other protective gear. There were tons of most of the vehicles. There were pickups. A LOT OF THEM HAD AMERICAN. Flags mounted some had bumper stickers promoting the three percenters militia and somebody at the entrance blow a show far which is a horn made from a horn that you blow that is actually a type of Goat Horn. It is at least loosely based on a old Jewish horn talked about in the Bible but has been taken over by Christians especially the Jews for Jesus and Masonic Jewish groups and now the Patriot movement. Which has a anti-federal movement that seeks to overthrow the federal government and replace it with a libertarian theocracy? Which of course it would be a complete oxymoron. The the pastor there the event He did say during it Quote they'll speak all manner of evil against you. They'll say that you were just trying to bring attention to yourself. They say they'll say that you are trying to destroy other people's freedoms because if you go outside and you breathe someone might die. Yes they are ammon. Bundy was just trying to bring attention to himself. The people gathering are just trying to bring attention to themselves. They have been promoting themselves in as an anti federal movement. They are actively opposing. The state government and Idaho has one of the most conservative state governments out there. One of the most liber- Libertarian state. Governments out there. And they're opposing it too so no they they are just anti-government and anybody who's truly anti-government doesn't get it like even anarchists. Some kind of government. I don't know what they're really hoping to replace the government with but obviously it's not just getting rid of the central government man. It's pretty crazy One thing that the Bundy said at the event was I think it's bad enough and our rights are infringed upon enough will physically stand in defence in whatever way we need to. I believe that is specifically what Governor Brad. Little was talking about with a hose shelter in place order when he said that he doesn't want to have to enforce it but he has activated the National Guard and will use it if he needs to. They're bringing people from out of state and outside of the little town of Emmett to an event with more than ten people to potentially spread Govett. Nineteen either from Idaho to these other states or from these other states and to the town of 'em and win. The governor threatened the use of the National Guard. That was I know. At least I interpreted as stopping travel across regions like stopping people needlessly traveling from state from out of state to say a fucking Easter event in Im- it. It's not like they're going to be having the immaturity festival this year. Kentucky has mandatory shelter. Kentucky has a similar shelter in place and advance of Easter actually two days before Easter. Good Friday governor. Andy Bashir warned that anybody who violated the stay at home order on Easter knowing that there were numerous churches threatening to ignore the order also acknowledging that while most churches and every single synagogue and mosque in the state at shut down for this time there were some that weren't and he said that anybody who went to one of them would be subject to a fourteen day mandatory self corn team with police recording license plates and sending health officials to in person place all of these people and their households on quarantine. What actually happened ended up being at least that one church Maysville baptist. Church had a full house. At least it looked like it from the parking lot Which As a general rule of thumb churches considered full when the parking lot is eighty percent full. That's when people start. Stop showing up and just drive by so yeah. If it appeared to be near near full house it was full and that was despite a heavy police presence and even some nails blocking the parking lot entrances a church member who arrived beforehand Remove the piles of of nails and they ignored. The police warnings and signs and then they police went. Oh and some people even covered up license points To make us so the police wouldn't be able to record their license plate numbers so then. The police took down license plates when they could and the numbers when they couldn't and again everyone who attended lease. Let me phrase it. The owners of the vehicles that were in the parking lot during the event and everyone else living at their address are now quarantined for fourteen days. How fucking selfish can you get like if you can? You can hope that. In each of those cases everyone in the household attended And you didn't have. People need needlessly getting quarantined. Or at least everybody's getting quarantine due to no fault of their own but that's not likely with the Baptist Church but if there was anybody in attendance who had a roommate who is a devout Christian. Yeah that sucks. You need to pick your pick your roommates better. If you're in that situation and in Virginia Bishop Gerald Glenn of Richmond's new deliverance Evangelistic Church said at one of his. Actually I believe is that his last service he attended on March twenty second quote. I firmly believe that God is larger than the dreaded virus. You can quote me on that. He happily announced that he was being controversial violating safety rules at way more than ten people in attendance and then he was diagnosed with Kovic nineteen and has now died his wife's also sick with over nineteen and according to their daughter early on her father dismissed his symptoms because he has some other health condition that often leads to fevers and infections. I'M GONNA GUESS DIABETES. And so she ignored that he nord that apparently ignoring that diabetes and and or any other health disorder that negatively impacts your immune system but she would increase risk of severe complications from Cova nineteen including death. He firmly believed that God is larger than the dreaded virus the virus that killed him.

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"malheur" Discussed on Dazzle Dudes

Dazzle Dudes

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on Dazzle Dudes

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"malheur" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Real. This is Brian Kilmeade show have been very supportive of the malheur investigation. Never met the man. But by all accounts, he's a he's a good competent decent, man. We have is report you can debate. The the rhetoric of the discussion in the span or whatever you wanna call it. But the conclusion is no indictment for collusion. No one for conspiracy. No-one Dighton for obstruction of Justice Nath think many of my democratic. French of accepted that some haven't many of my democratic friends thought that mother was going to indict the president. And so the model report was kind of like a hair on their biscuit. And now, they don't know what to do. So they're attacking Bill Maher and they wanted to make it last longer. So Bob Muller comes up the president's not for that. You heard that, you know, her John here. John sale short time ago is used attorney. He's like he could stop it. Democrats might follow through with it. So we'll see where that goes. So this thing might never end. But I actually don't think it's paying dividends for just about anybody at this point except for Trump when Michael Horowitz comes out with this report, we already seen Pavlopoulos speak out. We're all seem on CNN, and they're actually giving the New York Times time to tell the story that trying to spin it and make it a slow as softer landing. But John John Brennan is going to be another storm soon. I think clap was probably left out in the cold. But who knows Komi probably knew exactly what's going on. There's a chance that was. This is an operation really run more of McCabe and Peter Struck and others. Bottom line is the major problem facing us right now in reality. And not a conspiracy is what's going on Israel. You have seven hundred rockets slam into Israel proper. They went further than intelligence thought they could. So they're coming from Hamas Islamic Jihad. So the the Israelis went back hard after this. Meanwhile, talks were already going on in Egypt to bring this to a close. This is a big distraction because amass has let down the Palestinian people big time. Mike Pompeo says John Bolton said we're gonna steam the USS Lincoln right there. We understand they've got to be some type of attack on our assets. Whether it's our men and women located in Iraq or Syria, certainly Israel is looked at as a surrogate for that Mike Pompeo was on every Sunday show yesterday cut nineteen cut. Choose me. Cut ten what's pretty serious? Now, the number is over four hundred rockets that we can validate. Have been fired.

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"malheur" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Storytelling. But there is one that that reconsign up with the poetry. So there's a you can look at our schedule. Again, at Evanston lit that Oregon trend and see the kinds of different things. People might be interested in to take you have to do to hear a lot of the really interesting kinds of authors poets who are around Chicago area. Now, you've got a lot of different venues for this. Do we need a car or are these venues? I'm not that familiar with some of these locations are these close enough that you could do a walking tour or is this a driving kind of thing if you wanna hit several of these spots. Most of the events around downtown Evanston, which is right right at the David stop of the purple line. So you don't need to have a car. You can there's some of these are in mainstream little south some of them are at some of the events are Northwestern University. But you can you can come to all these things you can drive you can take public transportation you can walk around with some of the other different events. So there's a lot of different ways to get here. It's not it's not that difficult to get to have. It's really close to Chicago. I know a lot of people in Chicago don't don't ever make it up. But this is a great excuse to to come up and experience. The kinds of things you can get an Evans says was go to there's a lot of great shops and restaurants around Evanston. You know? I I have to confess when I lived downtown as I did for many years. I really thought that the world's stopped at the Chicago borders, and and Evanston and Skokie and places like that seemed like like and Montana and for the last ten years or so I've lived in on northern suburbs. And I realized how stupid that was a no I mean, even if you live right downtown. I mean to make to Evanston is what twenty minutes. I mean. It's just it's just crazy. It's it's so excessive oil and Evanston is such a such a delightful town has so much to offer end it it really is. I mean, like, you're right. If there's a metre stop right there. You can get off the metre and. And walk all around it is. And there's some great restaurants. Are are you? Are you teaming up with anybody? As far as feeding these people. We're we're not TV of with any with any particular restaurants. We are doing event with Hyun, which is a very well known bakery in Evanston, that has a cookbook that just came out. So they'll be doing an event on on may eleventh as well at at booked, and so that's a great place to to go to for for some for bakery items as well as getting the cookbook, but we're not doing anything in particular with that. But there's a lot of choices where you can go in Evanston to find some find a great place to eat. I've got to take a quick break. If you could hang on for just a second. I wanna talk to you when we come back about, you know, an event like this sometimes most people would want to play it down the middle and not get involved, but there's a real political aspect to this. Not just in the kind of books and authors who are going to be there. But, you know, your whole idea of doing this in evening to talk about immigration. I want to talk to you about the the thinking behind that let me take a quick break. And I will be back with John Wilson. After this. Have you given up on your wellness goals stubborn weight and belly fat is a symptom of poor health? Not the 'cause you're operating on a myth, Dr Meena malheur Tra a national speaker and medical wellness expert would like to share her secrets on permanent weight loss and abundant health in an upcoming free. One hour seminar, overweight is not a disease. It's a symptom of diminished health, which includes hormonal imbalances. Those imbalances can affect your sexual vitality sleep cycle, carbohydrate.

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Woman's arrest at Mar-a-Lago sparks security concerns

Here & Now

03:25 min | 3 years ago

Woman's arrest at Mar-a-Lago sparks security concerns

"A Chinese woman is facing federal charges after that mysterious security breach at President Trump's mar-a-lago resort in Palm Beach Florida over the weekend. Eugene John managed to make it past secret service agents at the entrance tomorrow, log, oh, then it was receptionist who turned her back to secret service because while she originally said she was there for a swim and United Nations friendship event. There was no event and they later found out she didn't have a bathing suit. Joining us now is Nick Mahama's investigative reporter for the Miami Herald Nick this woman's now in custody. Tell us about the technology that she had on her. Well, she had a lot of electronic devices. She had four cell phones. One laptop one external hard drive and a thumb drive that was loaded or infected with what the secret service called malicious malware. Well, and what are the concerns about that? It's unclear. Clear if she was say bumbling tourist who, you know happen to have a device containing malheur wear that had been inadvertently downloaded something that has happened to all of us. Or if there's something more sinister going on if she was in fact, intending to install some kind of electronic recording or monitoring vice that the president's private resort. And the president was not there at the time. We should say what his family was his wife was and to the things. This woman said she wanted to do as we said, she said she wanted to go for a swim. But didn't have a bathing suit. She said she wanted to ten an event this is where her story intersects with Cindy, Lee Yang. She's the woman who wants owned the massage parlor where patriots owner Robert Kraft and others went and are now facing charges for soliciting prostitution and the and the salon itself accused with trafficking women she did have an event scheduled for that night. But it was canceled. Yes. She had a looks like two separate events scheduled for that night. And one of her business associates man named Charles Lee runs a group. Called the United Nations China friendship association and the woman who was arrested said she was there to attend a United Nations China friendship events. So that's a connection with Cindy Yang. Cindy Yang had been advertising these events and the woman showed up hoping to attend one. Well, this is the kind of thing conspiracy theorists. Love what is the sense of these stories interconnecting of the security of what's the second White House. We remember when the president met with high-ranking officials in the dining room and waiters were holding iphone lights. So that these visiting officials could read sensitive documents in the middle of the dining room there. You know, there has been concerned what are the concerns here? Well, you know, the national security experts we've been interviewing have always talked about the security risks of mar-a-lago, which is private but can be accessed by citizens who have enough money to get in or no a member. These security concerns have been more theoretical. This is. The first instance of potentially an actual security threat at the president's club. And so what happens now miss John has a detention hearing on April eighth. Meanwhile, congressional Democrats several weeks ago called for a counter intelligence and campaign finance investigation. Intimacy Yang the department of Justice and FBI have not answered their requests yet. So now, you have congressional Democrats upset that their request was not answered. Now, there's a potential national security

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"malheur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Public defender was appointed to represent a who centre. Why was she there? US secret service agents said they seized four cell phones, a laptop computer and external hard drive in one. Thumb drive from Jiang in an examination of the thumb drive show that contain malicious malware agents. At about noon on Saturday Jiang approach secret service agents at a checkpoint in a parking lot across from the club just north of southern boulevard along the intra coastal waterway. She said that she wanted to use the pool of the club. According to agency, presented the agents with two Republic of China passports to confirm identity. A manager at the club initially thought Jiang was related to a member who shared the same last name and cleared to come in. But when Jiang got to the reception desk, she changed her story according to agents. Wow. That so. She had some issues. But then a club manager said oh, Jane come on. You must be that seems like that's a security fall right there. Instead of visiting the poll. So instead instead of visiting the poll Jiang said that she had come to the club to attend the knighted nations Chinese American association event, knowing there was no such event plan the receptionist contacted federal agents Vang insisted that she'd come to the club to attend the United Nations friendship event between China and the United States. She explained that she arrived early to familiarize herself with the grounds. At the snap some pictures or two maybe what take malheur infected. Thumb driving jammed into some computer that you could find that mar-a-lago. Recognizing that a story had changed several times the agents took Jiang into custody after she became verbally abusive aggressive during an interview at the secret service office in West Palm Beach Jiang said she had traveled from Shanghai China to Palm Beach at the request of a Chinese friend. She only identified as Charles. Yes, Charles is a very very Chinese name. Charles who she said, she only knew through text messages told her to attend the friendship event that moral log this thing is getting more squirrelly by the second here. What the hell was really going on here. Her goal. She told ages was to try to speak to a member of Trump's family about Chinese American economic relations. He showed agents and invitation she received to the event agents said they were unable to read it because it was written in Chinese. Way knee. How? Well, ages is initially thought a language barrier might lead to confusion. About why Jiang visited the club? They later said that she had a firm grasp of English agents said they have multiple officers at various checkpoints to a shore unauthorized visitors cannot get into mar-a-lago club members and visitors must pass through a gauntlet of metal detectors bomb sniffing dogs. Head Jiang not falsely portrayed herself as a club member seeking to visit the pool and instead advised that she was there to attend a non United Nations friendship event her access. What have been declined by US secret service agents at the preliminary inspection point as an aside? They said that her first story but wanted to use the pool was an obvious ruse. No, swimming, apparel was found than Jiang's possessions or on her person. According to the agents.

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"malheur" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

09:37 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Call from Dundee Florida calls nine one one and said I've been robbed armed robbery and I'm standing here at the intersection of highway twenty seven Lincoln avenue. And two guys carrying a gun stole my money took my necklace took my phone from me. And and he went on to say the suspects through his phone on the ground and proceeded to jump into a black Ford crown, Victoria and drive away. So he he hopes it over to the nearest convenience store. Calls the cops. They come. And they quickly responded at via via air helicopters because they're looking they're looking for the the for the car figuring. It's in the area. Canine shows up the canine car out pop the canines. They start sniffing around. What's going on here? And it didn't take long for the deputies figure out the robbery never happened. Henderson confessed. He made up the story. You said I didn't want to show up for my eleven o'clock shifted Carl's junior. Oh, wow. In this day and age where what did we talk full employment? Right. Our we have more jobs. We have people and people are pulling this stunt. Genius. That no wonder we have so many help wanted signs out there. I think even when places are, you know, every job is filled. They just leave the help wanted signs out there for for whatever's going to happen in process right fill for the next Brian Anderson that comes along. Hey, look, this guy never heard of playing sick. I mean, there's easier ways to get out of work supposedly link calling nine one one on the bright side. He didn't have to go to his eleven o'clock shift because they hauled him in more western making purchase for him. He's got he's got fingerprints and everything. Now, he's he's done the whole the whole bridge, the interstate bridge thing could come back and could only this time. It's Washington wasn't. It wasn't Washington. The west time, they're the ones that you know, you go to you. Crazy, oregonians you nuts. Right. And I couldn't believe they released a picture of an artist's rendering of what it might look like they're really trying to suck us in aren't they? They're really want us to get on board this thing, again, don't they are they gonna build half of it stops halfway through the Columbia. On the other side. I can't understand it are people running short of money to the politicians who live their pockets of the last one or they're buddies. They're they're they're architect buddies or construction buddies. I just isn't that? What happened a lot of people got rich and nothing got built isn't part of the deal that we we have to pay back. The fifty million dollars the project doesn't move forward by September. Yeah. The states bowl states are on the hook for millions of. All right wonder. Yeah. So we got to hurry up and build we're going to have to pay for whatever we don't have. I just don't know why we have a new imagining though from Washington state this new imaging that's out there. Why why don't we just use? What we came up with a few years. Exactly put it back. Why do we have to go through this whole half a billion dollars probably project just to kind of figure out how we're gonna do it all over again from scratch. Right. They had it all worked out what we have to build. A better mouse trap is at at what I think I think they're still the the the reticence to put in light rail in that still part of the deal because I know some folks in Hoover still don't want light rail, which is what killed it in the first place. They didn't want that the the criminal element coming over the the the bridge on the light rail. And so they there was gonna be light rail. We don't want bridge. And that's what that's what killed the would be the best thing that ever happened for Vancouver to get people. I mean, everybody who sits on that traffic from about two o'clock on everybody knows everybody knows their heart there. It's awful and the train always runs on time frame will get you home at a certain time every day going across that bridge. Would it like Trump? I don't know if it'd carry enough people because there are a lot of people that live in Vancouver and work here. So you'd have to run a lot more training or more trains the pull it up or two tracks. But. I don't know fool me once. Shame on you. Fool me twice. Thank you. And then. I think that's how it and then the Tri met Barbara came back. That's terrific. This is good. I wish I'd known this like a couple of days ago. I just got a haircut I could have just written try met. Although he wasn't cutting here. I don't want to know. I don't want to know what the barber was was up too. So what's the most intolerant area in America? And I pretty much. Everybody's going to be guest Portland Portland is the most intolerant area in America. It's a new report by the Atlantic. And it it it really is. It's a map A guide to the most least politically open minded counties in America. And I gotta tell you what Portland Oregon is not very open minded. We may think we are. But we're we're not. Well, we just don't like the crazy. We don't listen to the crazy. I suppose that's it. Here. It is the most politically intolerant folks, politically intolerant. Tend to be whiter more highly educated older more urban and more partisan so white a little more education old guy or girl, you live in the city, and you just you know, it's your opinion. And that's nothing's going to change it. So in in our area in our neck of the woods. Your Clackamas county is in the eighty second percentile, which means that eighteen out of every hundred counties in America are more prejudiced against the political other. So a little wiggle room. Eighty two is pretty high for Clackamas county, would you guess that? It's more political more conservative or liberal Clackamas county more conservative. I would go to let's move across. Our area Washington county in the eighty nine th percentile. That's pretty big. Let's see Clark county Washington. Oh, you know, what I'm I'll tell you what let's play a little game here. I gave you a Washington county. And and forgive me because I'm trying to cover this mouth over the mouse over this tiny little tiny little map that they give me a Columbia County. The seventy second Clark county is in the ninety seventh percentile which is only three percent wiggle room. I mean, so that's would Clark county conservative or more liberal county is more conservative is my county on the map it is. But before you get there Multnomah county ninety eight th percentile. That's I mean that leaves almost no room. Yeah. You're Polk County liberal, Mike. Let's see here Marian is fifty sixth. And that's pretty good for you guys there. You know? And again, I see this hard to find Polk County on this little it's. Yeah. Fifty-seven? There you go. There you go. See are you working the same map? Your. Surge of today's show be a surgeon the worst place in the country, though is Massachusetts. Middlesex County one hundredth percentile. Ooh. Yeah. Which Suffolk County Massachusetts, which includes Boston one hundred th percentile. And so that means are least likely there, at least likely their opinion. Yeah. Right. They're just. Think right or left writer left? You know, you're not going to budge. But you know, we all know in Boston. We know that's a liberal the liberal. Yeah. Fortress there. But in the one hundred so we in Multnomah county ninety eighth we had at least we can say we have a two percent wiggle room. Watching percent of you are really open minded and the rest of the ninety percent. We've pretty much made up our minds that the other people are crazy, right? What's what shocks me about this map of looking at it most of the country. It's just by counties and different different colors for each county in most states are are are kind of a hodgepodge. But except for Florida flu. Solid block of partisan prejudice. Which is crazy because that it is. It's split down. The middle is his political leanings. So it is literally split down the middle. Both sides hate the other side as much as possible. That's right. There's no there's no middle room. Let's see the least prejudice you'll county in Oregon. Appears to be Lake County fourteenth percents. Nobody that lives in. You're you're you're beyond Klamath falls liberal, Mike. Was a big moral moral county county, Oregon tenth percentile, which. Nine. Okay. Malheur six six day. All right. Very good. Well, good. You know, what if you just want to go to a place where it's live and let live malheur county. But that's why you moved there. Anyway, isn't it right to get away from all this stuff and she'll open road? There you go speed limit. No government fell. Forget that part. 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"malheur" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"I think she's in maybe see with Jason. And the that's what I offered Woodard. Number her in one of the video clips, I just don't over which one got she's gotta think I'm sitting next to chameleon, Johnny. No. I'm sitting I'm sitting. I mean, that's pretty good. Of course, Oprah knows how to do these. She's been in a few Vanity Fair shots as has the middle of laughing because you're living in loving life. Yeah. And Tim Tim trying to figure out what am I doing here? What's the new product? But there you're. I don't want to disappoint you further. But there in the olden days, this would have definitely been very very high quality poster sized print that everybody would have been looked like a stack of them. And I would have taken three only because I want one, and I know that the owner one of the inter one we'll get crumbled up in the now, we know by the way, where they have that big open space at top story of this t- jobs theater. There's the elevator over there on the right? It's so they can do this. As a sign of a bottom saying, no riffraff. Spain's you Andy. And then I'm looking at it. I'm thinking because that's that's Camille and his wife, Emily v Gordon in the back. They're standing on those pedestals to they have steps to they have to be helped up. How did they get up there? A block of minium. And I'm wondering also if they rotate if like, the pedestals rotate because that would be really cool. Okay. I'm just saying like, oh my God. They've just stealthily shown us the new MAC pro unannounced. Oh my God. There it is you they should have put her little Easter egg in there somewhere would have been fun. I I was looking really really closely at like what I I noticed that Oprah was wearing an apple watch. I'm like what band is she using. And is it one that I've never seen one of the news vans, which they just look it looks purple like purply sort of a glint to it. I think in that maybe Tim cook for posed for that band and say Oprah we'd like to get in bed with you. He said, I didn't he like hugged during set. It all thank you all remember this for the rest of my I don't. I don't. Huck Oprah because you know, where it's JJ's apple watch. I don't see a lot of other. Where's where's I don't see a lot of other apple watches out there? Let's get some apple watches. Jennifer garner wearing zoom in on her quick. Let's see she's not wearing a wedding ring. Good news. Jim. Which is also not wearing. Ain't no apple watch. Everyone's wearing really muted tones. I think they got the memo all except Jason momoa who looks like crocodile Dundee. But he is after all from New Zealand. What's that big chain? And what's on the other end? It ain't no apple watch a big boat anchor swings above his head. You can almost see the gills. Can't you? Our show today. Brought get ready get you picks ready because we're going to do that next. I showed they brought to you by. So folks, this is a name that is cherished by cybersecurity professionals when when Russell set up our network here first thing he does put so foes hardware in there to protect us all sofa cyber security, and because I so force is the one of the leaders in cybersecurity. They don't rest because the hackers don't rest. In fact, that cat and mouse game between security professionals in hackers Brampton up to a new level seems like every week so foces latest play using a I deep learning to understand how malheur works and hackers work and be prepared. Even though it may have never seen it before. So that so. Fo's security can interpret data and respond to threats at blazing speed even zero days now that is awesome. So force recently ranked number one by an independent security tests done by the ESI labs. They had the best protection ratings across the board for large enterprises and small businesses. But now, it's not just for business. And this is the really good news..

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"malheur" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"That's that's a lot of a lot of data that that was probably sensitive. It probably has some kind of financial impact to some of these companies. I think ATT was listed in there as being part of some investigation. I don't know how how they were involved. But. Probably cooperating and giving everybody their cell phone info or good at that. What's great about this? Nobody's talking about it. The the FBI is saying we're not commenting on it. We can either confirm deny anything and the Oklahoma state government saying we're not going to comment on an ongoing investigation. Did you ever watch Hogan's heroes yet? Remember, I know nothing unless think. Oklahoma, oklahoma. No, I I'm just wondering who has this data like, you know, even this this one researcher found it. But you know, somebody else has to somebody else has it. Somebody else has it. I can almost guarantee. Yeah. If it was on showed and somebody somebody else got is there. So many people troll in that site. All the time looking for things. Just like this. Exactly. I really wanna see that be. I file I've ever really want to see that F B I file and in big news. I don't know how this is going to play out. But a judge ruled that feds can't force you to unlock your phone with your finger or your face. Yeah. I heard Ben Yellen talking about this on the cyber wire. Yeah. And it's an interesting thing because up until now they could use your biometrics like your like your thumbprint, even if you're dead to unlock your phone. Yeah. And this this changes the the stance of it because they're saying it goes against the fifth amendment right to not incriminate your. Itself. Yeah, they're comparing it to it's the same as a password, which they've already ruled you can't you can't mandate that someone give their password, and even though your face or your your bio stuff can be used in other ways sense, you're using this as essentially your password, this court has ruled that you can't you can't be forced to to do that. You can't be compelled to essentially testify against yourself. They're saying it's the same as as giving up your password and cops everywhere rolling over in the grave with this one. Right. As man that that takes away so much investigative power from them. Yeah. That's going to be what they say. I I don't know that I agree with that. Oh, I don't either. But that's what they're gonna say. Right. Yeah. You know, you go back to the to the case of the of the San Bernardino shooters where they the law enforcement there. I think it was the FBI was trying to get their phone unlock and apple wouldn't help them. And then when they got the phone unlock there is nothing value in there. Because the phone that had the valuable information was the one they destroyed. So I think this is a good ruling honest. I like it with it. I like it a lot anytime anytime that that a court rules on the side of privacy. I'm happy with it. Absolutely. Absolutely. Now since we don't have a government right now. Things are going caddy wimps, and I found this over at tech crunch. And it's a list of all the federal websites that run on HTTPS who have security certificates that are going to expire soon. The incense nobody is home to call up the registrar and redo that certificate. Oh my God. I cannot believe this this to me seems like an essential operation, doesn't it? Yeah. This should be covered. Right. It should be covered. It absolutely should be covered. But for some reason, somebody doesn't view this as an essential operation of government. And and they're just letting it go they should not be doing this. But we can get burgers for a sports team. But we can't get security certificates right for. Yeah. Well, I'm looking here. I r s auctions dot gov IRS sales dot gov malheur investigator dot gov, which is the FBI's Melwood analysis site, you'd think that those guys should be able to get their certificate prioritizing this as..

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"malheur" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But then I thought about the analyst part of me too, though. And are this is what scares me about Tom Brady in this game? I've been covering the conference championships the last five years and in each game the home team has won each conference championship. I being from where there was Carolina. Seattle was in last year was Philadelphia the year before that was oh, you're before that was Atlanta beating Green Bay. But the one that I remember the most and this goes to you brought him by the way, the one I remember the most was bef- right before Super Bowl fifty. And it was the Denver Broncos at home versus the New England Patriots. Right. And I remember being in that booth in the in the press box and being in that press box at at the time Invesco sports authority or mount high stadium. They've been to like five names, whatever stadium so being malheur stadium. That it was so loud that the press box was shaking, and it was the first time that I ever seen Tom Brady that frustrated because it was so loud at that time at the stadium that he couldn't go on a count in which you know, he could hold his offense of line. He couldn't go and manipulate the snap count. He had to go on on one or I sound. And I always remember von Miller coming off the edge. Breeding the snap cout untouched to where a believe was Marcus cannon was the left out. No, I forget who the left tackle was. But von Miller came off the edge literally untouched because the left tackle could not get out of his stance because he could to hear the snap. He didn't know when the ball of snap. And I said that's the one time that I realize the advantage of playing at home on defense pass rushers. So just in Houston d Ford this week for Kansas City when you look at the saints in Cam, Jordan, Marcus Davenport, you know, they'll be out without shelter rankings. But that pass rush for these home teams. That's what scares me because I've seen how loud it can be in what it can do for an offense of line. And that was the one time that ever seen Brady as shaken at the quarterback position and his entire career because he had no answer for von Miller coming off one side and DeMarcus ware coming off the other side. It was to this day. I can still see von Miller like literally sacking quarterback would. Out being touched by an offense of lime Brady got beat up that game, really bad. Yeah. Lot. I'm gonna get into that too. So but Bruce Arians is the new head coach though of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But he was also at one point two coach of Antonio Brown when they were in Pittsburgh together. And he's got some get some choice words, I would say about Antonio nothing too, bad or grievous? But it does kind of put a light or makes maybe team to have reserve on possibly acquiring Antonio Brown. I'll give you my thoughts in those comments from aeriens. And plus the news to we'll have some of that as well. Next up here on the rich Eisen.

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"malheur" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"malheur" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You're listening to Midori house here with me Judy foster cower Walker and a less yo path Alano now relations between Canada and Saudi Arabia could be further strained after prime minister Justin Trudeau granted asylum to Assadi goal who claimed she will be killed if she was sent back home after sheet renounced Islam eighteen-year-old half Muhammed Oakland, flew to Canada from Thailand where she had barricaded herself in a hotel room and used her Twitter account to describe her plight. Now when arriving at Toronto airport, she was met by the Canadian foreign minister, Christine Freeland who is a vocal critic of Saudi Arabia's mistreatment of jailed female dissidents. I guess cowl. The the key thing here is how the Saudis would likely to respond to this because relations are strained over the human rights issue. And here we are revisiting human rights again. Absolutely. There's already a huge risk rift between Canada and Saudi. Arabia after the Canadian ministers criticised Saudi Arabia's record, particularly on the rights of women trade. Arrangements have been suspended, I'm Bassedas recalled. But I think that Saudi Arabia is in a very difficult position here. It's already on the back foot because of the the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. And this eighteen year old girl has really managed to capture a huge amount of attention around the world and really put the focus on the fact that Saudi Arabia for all the fact that it trumpeted the fact that it was allowing women to drive big at the same time was looking at large numbers of women who had been vocal in pushing for greater rights, and it is very clear that the Canadians are in no mood to buy down. They believe that this eighteen year old goal was fleeing from repression. She claimed she'd been mistreated by her family because she renounced Islam the UNHCR has deemed to be a valid refugee and the Canadian foreign minister, welcome to the country saying that she was now a brave and proud Canadian citizen unless the most what's fascinating as well is through the reaction of the Canadians. If you compare for example, the reactions of Donald Trump to the killing of over the journalists malheur Shawki that again that touches on a very specific human rights issue..

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Malheur wildlife refuge occupation still reverberating as FBI agent goes on trial

Midday on WNYC

01:03 min | 4 years ago

Malheur wildlife refuge occupation still reverberating as FBI agent goes on trial

"Closing. Arguments get underway, today in the trial of an FBI agent accused of, lying about a key moment during the two thousand sixteen occupation of the Meyer. National wildlife refuge Oregon public broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports prosecutors say the, agent lied about, firing his weapon and tried to cover it up prosecutors say FBI. Special agent, Joseph read a fire two shots during a January two thousand sixteen traffic stop on remote, stretch of highway in eastern Oregon asked to read it as a member of the FBI's elite hostage rescue team and at. The time he was manning a roadblock when occupation spokesman Lavoie phantom drove towards lease and other FBI agents going more than. Seventy miles per, hour before crashing into, a snowbank prosecutors say as to reduce shots. Missed though finicky was killed during the incident by Oregon. State police this week Astra to testified he never shot and despite being. At the, traffic, stop were eight rounds were fired he said he didn't hear any gunfire he said he was wearing ear protection prosecutors have tried to paint asteroid as inexperienced and have questioned his

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How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 4 years ago

How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.

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Trump pardons Oregon ranchers who inspired refuge standoff

Mark Mason

01:34 min | 4 years ago

Trump pardons Oregon ranchers who inspired refuge standoff

"Good afternoon i'm brad ford our top story the to oregon ranchers who were the reason for the malheur national wildlife refuge takeover ben pardon by president trump white ham had two years on his sentence steve hammond had one year remaining berry bishou president of the oregon farm bureau says the obama administration's extension to the sentenced to five years was excessive and vindictive is just a great day for for the hammonds clearly and it's a great day for oregon the national agriculture showing that there are people that actually care the hammonds were convicted of setting a fire on their land that spread onto federal grazing land oregon federal judge michael hogan said the five year sentence was grossly disproportionate to the severity of the offenses hammond sentence was the reason ammon bundy led the takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge all members of the youth soccer team and their coach been rescued from the partially flooded cave and northern thailand air force captain jessica tate with the us team that advised and assisted in the rescue says they're thrilled the rescue is over but they're saddened by the death of a tie navy seal has been working nonstop effort and i mean the sacrifices in terms of the time in terms of you know the equipment in terms of your expertise and and for him you know the alternate sacrifice of life in their coach will remain hospitalized for about a week two of the boys are being treated for pneumonia backers of an antiabortion major appear to have enough signatures to get it on the ballot in november governor kate brown plans to fight it initiative petition one would set a dangerous precedent by cherry picking which medical procedures.

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Why you should consider a chromebook when looking for that next laptop

The Clark Howard Show

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Why you should consider a chromebook when looking for that next laptop

"I i my wife and i have owned three chromebooks over the last four years and chromebooks actually date back to twenty eleven but by twenty four team they did have a offline capabilities today's chromebooks can do most of what a windows computer can do whether connected to the internet or not google docs g mail you'll go calendar hallward cost line so you have access to a philosopher sweet equivalent to microsoft office you can create and edit documents spreadsheets and slide presentations which is stored locally on an st card or usb flash drive you can respond to and create new email messages and they will be sent the next time you think up to the internet there is a new feature to install android apps greater expansion of their capabilities you don't have to sell me on chromebooks because i i used to travel with the macbook air and once i took a trip with the chromebook i never use the macbook air again because it was so much better a computer for being on the road than the mac book and it costs a fraction of the mac book so they are great computers i've never considered or even thought about the offline us retired for years ago from sixteen years working for different companies supporting windows computers and i've had to clean viruses off a more computers than i can even think to mention and i also wanted to mention that chromebook security is such that malheur infections are just about impossible to happen bruce i can't tell you how much i appreciate the additional information about chromebooks i think they are great device very easy to use very cheap to buy they started about one hundred dollars and you can run them all the way up to two hundred and something if you really work at it but they are fantastic machines that go on the internet in four seconds or less typically and now you've given me the added information of offline use you're listening to the clark howard show

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