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"matthew owens" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

04:58 min | Last month

"matthew owens" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"matthew owens" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

07:35 min | 4 months ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Welcome to the county. Ride home for thursday may twentieth. Twenty twenty one. I'm jackson bird why the sun is about to get quite temperamental and how that could spell danger for nasa's upcoming lunar mission in other son news the case for turning airports into giant solar farms and a website. That will help make your twitter. Timeline bit more pleasant if you were okay with taking a rather extreme roots here are some of the cool things from the news. Today nasa is supposed to go back to the moon in twenty four as part of its program but recently seemed like they may need to push that deadline back a few years and while it's never good to rush something as serious as catapulting human beings into space. The mit technology review points out. There's one reason it might be better if they stuck to the original timeline. And it's the sons faults. According to a new study published today in the journal solar physics were going to be seen some extreme space weather. Roughly around twenty twenty six through twenty twenty-nine exactly when nasa might go to the moon if the current twenty twenty four time line is pushed back. Now what do they mean. By extreme space weather mostly solar storms quoting the mit tech review. The surface of the sun erupts with gas and plasma ejecting charged particles protons electrons and heavy ions into the rest of the solar system at millions of miles per hour. These particles can strike earth and the moon in just a matter of minutes. Earth's magnetic field protects us from them but the particles can still fry electronics in power grids on the surface and damage critical that manage. Gps until the communication services space weather could be extremely dangerous for any astronauts flying to the moon or trying to live and work on lunar outpost at the surface life support systems and power could shut down and solar activity could produce life-threatening levels of radiation between apollo sixteen and seventeen says matthew owens lead author of the study and a space physicist at the university of reading. There was a huge space weather event. That would have likely been fatal. If astronauts had been on the moon the time and quotes and this is something that i learned from that apple tv plus show for all mankind which showed a solar storm occurred that disrupted radio communication on earth and created a dire situation for the astronauts on the lunar base. But how do we know that this is going to be worse in the latter half of the decade as opposed to in twenty twenty four. Because that's when the sun will be ending. Its eleven year cycle cycle twenty five which began at the end of twenty nineteen. The cycle is when the sun's magnetic field flips. The north and south poles are swapped the solar activity and mellows out. And what we've known for a while that space weather roughly corresponds to the solar cycle. We haven't been certain if the most extreme space weather events follow any sort of pattern but after running thousands of simulations based on one hundred and fifty years of solar activity records the scientists whose research was published today in solar physics followed that quoting tech review. Again extreme space weather follows the same general pattern as moderate weather. Activity is higher during solar maximum than a minimum and severe events are more likely during strong solar cycles than weaker ones and there is also one very interesting nugget. Unique to extreme events they tend to occur slightly later in odd numbered solar cycles than even ones end quotes being in odd numbered cycle. Now that means while the solar maximum will happen around twenty twenty three to twenty twenty nine. The most extreme weather will probably be pushed to later in that window. And depending on who you ask. This cycle is set to be the strongest. We've seen since records began in seventeen fifty five. That's according to robert lehman and his team from the university of maryland. They based their estimate on a type of solar event. They call the terminator which signals the end of a cycle however others using the traditional method of counting sunspots which grow fade is the sun's cycle waxes and wanes predicted. That this cycle twenty five would be more mild as the researchers point out in their new paper there remains a lot of debate and unknowns in this field fortunately however there are a number of spacecraft monitoring the sun right now including nastase parker solar probe and the european space agency's solar orbiter and. That's really good. Because apart from the danger for astronauts were the next trip on the moon to coincide with some type of extreme space weather as stated before the fallout on earth could also be fairly destructive and even with various prediction models and monitoring our current systems would only give us a few hours to a few days to prepare national geographic elaborate on the potentialities quote. A strong solar cycle might spell trouble for earth. Sunspots can unleash massive explosions called solar flares and those flares sometimes sling volleys of radiation and charged particles into space called coronal mass ejections or cme's if a sufficiently strong c. e. collides with earth. It could cause damaging geomagnetic storm perhaps the best known of these storms occurred in eighteen fifty nine during solar cycle ten known as the carrington event. It disrupted telegraphs shocked operators at the controls and it lit the skies with auroras that were visible as far south as the caribbean today. A storm of this magnitude would be devastating. It could crash power grids. Knockout satellites endanger astronauts in orbit change planned flight routes and render earth's upper atmosphere impenetrable ground-based communications systems. Weaker eruptions are also dangerous on march twelfth. Nineteen eighty nine. The entire province of quebec lost power when a cme a fraction the strength of the carrington events smashed into earth and fried the power grid trapping people in elevators and tunnels in orbit. Multiple satellites temporarily went dark or had trouble maintaining altitude and sensors aboard the space shuttle discovery which had launched earlier that day and quote fortunately governments space agencies and even power companies are well aware of the dangers have been putting more and more resources towards studying them an preparing backup plans but as for the moon. Dan baker space physics researcher from the university of colorado boulder emphasizes that while this new study when she was not involved in seems to hold up. He doesn't think it should be a reason to avoid lunar missions between two thousand twenty six and twenty twenty-nine it should be considered and folded in the mission plan. He says but quote with an active and effective operational space weather alert and warning system. I believe the threats can be made manageable and quotes. So we'll see what nasa thinks. Maybe they'll end up hitting their twenty twenty four goal after all and they won't need to worry about even more extreme space weather in the subsequent years but hey one cool thing that will happen. During this period of temper mentality from the sun on april eighth twenty twenty four as the sun is approaching its maximum peak of the cycle will be able to see a total sular clips from texas to maine here in north america and get your solar eclipse glasses ready because this one is supposed to be even better than the eclipse back in two thousand seventeen back then the son was in a waning phase towards the end of its cycle in twenty twenty four as the sun approaches. Its maximum peak. It's corona will put on a real show when the moon passes in front of it definitely something.

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How the Sun Could Spoil NASA's Trip Back to the Moon

Kottke Ride Home

02:07 min | 4 months ago

How the Sun Could Spoil NASA's Trip Back to the Moon

"Nasa is supposed to go back to the moon in twenty four as part of its program but recently seemed like they may need to push that deadline back a few years and while it's never good to rush something as serious as catapulting human beings into space. The mit technology review points out. There's one reason it might be better if they stuck to the original timeline. And it's the sons faults. According to a new study published today in the journal solar physics were going to be seen some extreme space weather. Roughly around twenty twenty six through twenty twenty-nine exactly when nasa might go to the moon if the current twenty twenty four time line is pushed back. Now what do they mean. By extreme space weather mostly solar storms quoting the mit tech review. The surface of the sun erupts with gas and plasma ejecting charged particles protons electrons and heavy ions into the rest of the solar system at millions of miles per hour. These particles can strike earth and the moon in just a matter of minutes. Earth's magnetic field protects us from them but the particles can still fry electronics in power grids on the surface and damage critical that manage. Gps until the communication services space weather could be extremely dangerous for any astronauts flying to the moon or trying to live and work on lunar outpost at the surface life support systems and power could shut down and solar activity could produce life-threatening levels of radiation between apollo sixteen and seventeen says matthew owens lead author of the study and a space physicist at the university of reading. There was a huge space weather event. That would have likely been fatal. If astronauts had been on the moon the time and quotes and this is something that i learned from that apple tv plus show for all mankind which showed a solar storm occurred that disrupted radio communication on earth and created a dire situation for the astronauts on the lunar base. But how do we know that this is going to be worse in the latter half of the decade as opposed to in twenty twenty four. Because that's when the sun will be ending. Its eleven year cycle cycle twenty five which began at the end of twenty nineteen.

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"matthew owens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tonight? I'm not gonna be able to make it out. And I got the last laugh. Got the class? Yeah. He's used to waiting for, but I just got a prescription, so I should be good. I should be in the clear should I know you have the class? You shouldn't be good. We shouldn't go. Don't go out. Should I go? No, no. Stay home. Stay home. Don't come out with class. He showed J will Zubin presented by progressive insurance. All guests join us on the Goodyear Hotline J will is here and ready to go is always I'm Alan Hahn. And we also have Mike Tannenbaum, Johnny as well. And Mike. I guess I apologize in advance for the I guess. Whatever opened the show here was a harbinger of what the next hour is going to be so Sorry. My dino to class might hear you familiar with the class. He might turn on those. The clash that was Trade in vain. Absolutely, You know, you can't grow up in the eighties and not know the clash. And that was that was a good album. But I'm staying for the hour. I'm not going so I'm all in. There's no ambiguity with May E love it, but But, you know, and the perfect guy to have on right now, after what's going on in San Francisco. The question marks about what's going to happen now in San Francisco at the number three pick after they make the aggressive move up, and It's e Me. Who do you want to hear from? First is a John Lynch or is it Kyle Shanahan College like we all liked, Like to, like, Get a little bit of caffeine before the show, Right? Get ourselves little fired up. This is a lot of caffeine. Mike. I got to ask you as somebody that had to answer a lot of questions in your time as a front office executive when it comes to decisions or even decisions you haven't even made yet. So when you have to answer questions that you don't either have the answer yet for or don't want to reveal the answer for I'm sure you tend to get like, you know, turn it into a race of words. Word salad, as people say. Take a listen. Here's Kyle Shanahan. Ready with the Niners press conference and he talked about the quarterback situation. Now they moved up. You must be taking a quarterback. And what does it mean for Jimmy G? Try to keep up with the coach right now. Take a listen. It's gonna be hard to find a quarterback because it's a better chance to win the Jimmy right now. Especially even a rookie in the draft s. Oh, that's what you look into. Now, if someone wanted something for that, and it could make your team better in a lot of other ways. You listen to that, but also depends on how good you feel about that rookie and we're not there yet. Right now, and also our we probably won't be. That's why we're happy that we don't have to be That way. We got a guy in here who we know we can win with a guy that our players love that we love Andre. We're excited to have him this year. We're excited to have a hell of a quarterback right behind him. Learning from the Times says. How's his A C? L After all that pivoting so good, so many quick, pivoting, mighty back like all we got Jimmy G, but I'm seeing someone wants to throw us alot, but you know, we still like our quarterback, but it's always gonna have another great quarterback behind him. Move. They will. He hasn't balanced. Much short area. Quickness in that press conference is you Get a Duke. Wow. He was all over the place. But it all seriously guys just river. This communication isn't what said it's what's hurt. And really what Kyle was saying is Your 31 team's Jimmy Garoppolo is totally available, and if we get the late value, he could be God before the end of this press conference, and I think what he's saying is, Look, we're a will play with him for this year, But they're gonna obviously try to trade him. And he certainly was trying to leave himself enough wiggle room and I think you know the challenging part for him and We saw some of the threads of this comments from Urban Meyer the other day about how they're leaning towards her. Lawrence over admire on Lee took the job to coach Trevor Laurence like that decision was made months ago just to be clear. And obviously you don't trade two first round picks and the third round pick without knowing exactly who you're taking, So they know who they're taking. They're going to try to trade Jimmy Garoppolo if they get the right value for him. If not, I do think that would keep him for the year because of the working contract. They could afford it. From a cap standpoint, I love at least whatever Meyer did was I'm not gonna waste everybody's time. You know what I'm doing exactly a Sharpie. Just write it in. Well, we'll move on from here. And as we know, the draft really does start at the number two pick with the Jets, and we'll get to That certainly in a moment, but What does it mean? When that the Niners move up, And then they decide John Lynch is going to be at Mack Jones is pro day instead of Justin Fields. Pro Day is that also something to read into is this, um, smoke screening going on as well? Yeah, I would like to be guys. The draft really starts with for the Atlanta Falcons are on the clock because we know that number one Jacksonville for sure is taking Trevor Laurence. We know for sure that number to the New York Jets were taking Zach Wilson. How do we know that guys? Because San Francisco gave up all those pics to Miami. Go to three. If they could have given up the same guy. You go to two. They certainly would have done that. And at three. Clearly, they're taking Matt Jones. That's why today. I think it's worth noting as you mentioned Alan, that Today. Matthew Owens is throwing in Tuscaloosa and Justin feel this throwing in Columbus, Ohio. Both John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan are in Alabama. That is not a coincidence. My team here, man this so last night..

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"matthew owens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A little more visibility in these conditions and never a bad idea in Boston, James RoHaas WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio and at 40 to see just how bad is it? We just got off the phone with National Weather Service and meteorologist Matthew Belleville 1 to 2 inch per hour snowfall rates. That's not something anybody should really try to be out in. If you can possibly help it. It just makes Things a lot easier for the snowplow crews to complete their task. And when all is said and done, much of Massachusetts will be buried in more than a foot of snow. Some 70 million Americans digging out about it in some areas of the Northeast. We're getting 2 ft of snow or more and some different spots, and we also have some updated numbers here from the National Weather Service with some of these civilian Train spotter, Uh, accumulation gatherers. If you will, some snow total reports in Grafton out of Worcester County. We're looking at 9.4 inches of snow on the ground there and box for it. You've got seven inches of snow in West Hampton. Eight inches of snow North providence, Rhode Island. You've got eight inches of snow there. Matthew Owens got six inches of snow and down in Manchester, Connecticut, 10 inches of snow, and we had 10 inches reported in Longmeadow, which is right by the Connecticut State line there, so we have certainly getting close to towards a foot here as we make our way throughout the morning. It is 403 on back to those roads we go. We've got traffic and weather together. And it's brought to you by the Subaru. Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes your stage. Well, we've had nothing but spinouts in minor accidents all night. Right now we've got the Big one expressway, all lanes closed north bound in Furnace.

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"matthew owens" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Those. It's almost like an act of Congress because they're so risky and the reason why they're so risky is because if you ask me for a No knock warrant, you have intel that there's going to be bullets ablaze in because You know, whatever. You're probable causes, you know, you get a no knock warrant for the safety of everybody. No knock warrants are usually third. Uh, because someone's probably going to get hurt. Now that being said When I served, you know, not there almost surgical in the sense, like you wanted to be like a thief in the night. You don't want a dynamic country. You want to avoid all of that dynamic stuff. Because if you want to go that route, you could go with the regular search warning. I understand that, Jeff, but here's here's the other side, okay? If I'm in my house, and you got the wrong address. And you sneak into my house and I try to defend myself. I'm dead like Brown, a tailor. And that's why they were saying You know what? We've weighed exactly what you said. Jeff Guarantee you. They heard every argument you're giving. And then we waited against innocent people getting killed. Now I know this time This was supposed to be they had the right address. But you know, as I do, Jeff that there are times when no knock warrants have gone to the wrong address. There are times when police mess up. There are times when the When the judge messes up. There are times when these things happen. And next thing you know. There's somebody getting killed who's totally innocent? And just like how we've said that every member of the jury has to say guilty and it has to be beyond a reasonable doubt. Or you're not found guilty. We're willing to let some guilty people go free. So not one innocent person doesn't go free. It's the same thing that they decided in Louisville. But yes, you're right. This is dangerous Work. This is very difficult. There's a reason we're no knock warrants could be a good thing. But you know what the reward is not worth the risk of people being killed Who shouldn't be killed. And that's why they decided not to. I appreciate the call very much. Thanks for getting in. But I agree with changing. I don't like no knock warrants. And I'm not saying that that doesn't make your job harder is a cop. But imagine that they Sneak into your house. You wake up hearing something in your house. You grabbed your gun. And before you know it, you're killed by the police because they went in the wrong house. No, no. So I think the city has done the right thing, but I just hope it doesn't. I hope they're willing to defend their city tonight. I hope that the mayor has told his police did not put up with anything. The second, The mostly peaceful riot starts to be less than peaceful. You start arresting people you roll in the National Guard. You use the pepper spray. You use the rubber bullets. You use the beanbags. You use the net. You you spider venom, man. I don't know what I'm just making stuff up now, but you use anything that's non lethal. In order to stop this round him up. Put him in the paddy wagon cracked down on it and stop it. And if you do, you'll get less of this because the people who are innocent in that city do not deserve to have their city burned down. And it's the same way all across America. 855 Foreigner, Savage get you on board and this is what I'm talking about. I'm sure you saw the study up to 95% of the riots in 2020 are linked to black lives matter. This is from the armed conflict location, an event data project. Show's nearly 6% or more than one in 20 of the protests. Between May 26 September 5 involved rioting, looting in similar violence, including 47 deaths. They're mostly peaceful, mostly peaceful. Yeah, that's that's great, except for the not peaceful part. And then you've got these bail funds. The veil funds are here to bail out these people who are rioting. Connell Harris is one of them. Camel Harris help promote this. It was the Minnesota Freedom Fund. Now we're learning daily callers reporting that helped bail out of jail. Six men accused of domestic violence between June and August. Two of the men allegedly strangled women in their own homes, and all but one had been previously convicted of domestic violence. And Kamala Harris is promoting this fund to help release people who are writers. They're mostly peaceful, except for when you know when they were strangling women any but the most their life. I mean, you could look at them seriously. Look at these two men, and they've lived a long life. But let's say there 30 years old, maybe 29 a half years of their life. Has been mostly peaceful, but maybe six months, you know. Ah, day here a day there an hour here an hour. There may be added over the 30 years. Maybe there's a month. There's only like even two days of violence in their life. I mean, they've been mostly peaceful, you know, except for those times that they were strangling women other than that, they're mostly peaceful. So why would you ever go after these people? Also previously reported. In the months since Camilla Harris promoted the Minnesota Freedom Fund. The fund has helped post bail for people accused the violent crimes including Timothy Wayne Columbus. He's facing up to 30 years in prison for allegedly sexually assaulting an eight year old girl. An eight year old girl. How about Dalvin Devante Gates. 28 arrested May 13th after he allegedly strangled a woman just days after she allowed him to move in with her. How about Matthew Owens? Earl Thompson 29, arrested after he pushed his way into a domestic partners house while smoking, a blunt and small like alcohol officers found him throwing rocks at his victims. Windows. The victim told authorities he is not supposed to have contact with her. She was not sure how you figured out where she lived. Not the first time he stood accused of domestic crimes. And there's Tyrone Thomas Shields, arrested after he allegedly left a larger than golf sized bump on the head of his wife of 19 years on and on. There's a list of these people. And Kamala Harris is promoting the fund of banned them right out and get him right back on the streets because, after all, they're mostly peaceful. Ask their wives. Other mostly peaceful. Hey, really Any woman who's been battered, they'll tell you most of time My husband's peaceful. It's just those nights that he beats the crap out of me, though I wish you wouldn't dio that is mostly peaceful. Black lives matter is quietly scrubbing their anti American marks this language from their website now Libya and said the story Black lives matter has removed a section of text that has been under a section called What we believe. It sought to engender the destruction or the re imagining of the nuclear family structure it red thusly. We build a space that affirms black women in Ames free from sexism, misogyny and environments in which men are centred. We practice empathy. We encourage comrades with the intent. To learn and connect with their contents. We make our space is family.

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"matthew owens" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Somebody. That wasn't Dave Chappelle at the end, was it You guys Listen to Dave Chappelle. I'm ready to burn it down. I'm ready for it sounded just like Dave Chappelle on one of his skits on the comedy Central Channel. Never Not No, You don't get to choose to burn a city down because you don't like a ruling in court. Why do we care that it's not satisfying you? You're not even one of the harm parties. What do you talk? You? What do these people think They are You get to burn somebody's innocent business to the ground because you're not satisfied because you're too ignorant to understand the law. And to see the difference between a horrific tragic death and a murderer. And to just assume everybody's races of the color of skin is different than yours. And somehow that that validates your decision to burn it down. No, it doesn't Let me get Jeff in Jeff in California. You're on the savage nation. My name's Greg Knapp. Go right ahead. How you doing? Greg? Longtime caller. I, uh you know, give what I can, but I wanted to talk about the no knock search warrant. I'm a retired cop down here in a collective California worked up in the Bay Area's well, so I worked on a narcotics task force and I worked. I've served every kind of search warrant any kind of one You could think of in 20 years on the North Taskforce. So what? I want to talk about it the no knock warrant. Everybody thinks that no, not, you know, it's like D day, And that's the complete opposite a no knock warrant. First of all, to get a D, a a judge to sign off on one of those. It's almost like an act of Congress because they're so risky and the reason why they're so risky is because if you're asking for a No knock warrant, you have intel that there's going to be bullets ablaze in because You know, whatever. You're probable causes, you know, you get a no knock warrant for the safety of everybody. No knock warrants are usually served. Uh, because someone's probably going to get hurt. Now that being said Um, when I served it? No, not Florence. They're almost surgical. In the sense, like you wanted to be like a thief in the night. You don't want a dynamic country. You want to avoid all of that dynamic stuff. Because if you want to go that route, you could go with the regular search warning. I understand that, Jeff, but here's here's the other side, okay? If I'm in my house, and you got the wrong address. And you sneak into my house and I try to defend myself. I'm dead like Brown, a tailor. And that's why they were saying You know what? We've weighed exactly what you said. Jeff Guarantee you. They heard every argument you're giving. And then we waited against Anderson. People getting killed. Now I know this time This was supposed to be they had the right address. But you know, as I do, Jeff that there are times when no knock warrants have gone to the wrong address. There are times when police mess up. There are times when the When the judge messes up. There are times when these things happen. And next thing you know. There's somebody getting killed who's totally innocent? And just like how we've said that every member of the jury has to say guilty and it has to be beyond a reasonable doubt. Or you're not found guilty. We're willing to let some guilty people go free. So not one innocent person doesn't go free. It's the same thing that they decided in Louisville. But yes, you're right. This is dangerous Work. This is very difficult. There's a reason we're no knock warrants could be a good thing. But you know what the reward is not worth the risk of people being killed Who shouldn't be killed. And that's why they decided not to. I appreciate the call very much. Thanks for getting in. But I agree with changing. I don't like no knock warrants. And I'm not saying that that doesn't make your job harder is a cop. But imagine that they Sneak into your house. You wake up hearing something in your house. You grabbed your gun. And before you know it, you're killed by the police because they went in the wrong house. No, no. So I think the city has done the right thing, but I just hope it doesn't. I hope they're willing to defend their city tonight. I hope that the mayor has told his police did not put up with anything. The second, The mostly peaceful riot starts to be less than peaceful. You start arresting people you roll in the national Guard. You use the pepper spray. You use the rubber bullets. You use the beanbags. You use the net, you you spider venom, and I don't know I'm just making stuff up now, but you use anything that's non lethal. In order to stop this round him up. Put him in the paddy wagon cracked down on it and stop it. And if you do, you'll get less of this because the people who are innocent in that city do not deserve to have their city burned down. And it's the same way all across America. 855 Foreigner, Savage get you on board and this is what I'm talking about. I'm sure you saw the study up to 95% of the riots in 2020 or linked to black lives matter. This is from the armed conflict location, an event data project. Show's nearly 6% or more than one in 20 of the protests. Between May 26 September 5 involved rioting, looting in similar violence, including 47 deaths. They're mostly peaceful here. Mostly peaceful. Yeah, that's that's great, except for the not peaceful part. And then you've got these bail funds. The veil funds in order to bail out these people who are rioting. Connell Harris is one of them. Kamala Harris, help promote this. It was the Minnesota Freedom Fund. Now we're learning. Daley College reporting. That helped bail out of jail. Six men accused of domestic violence between June and August. Two of the men allegedly strangled women in their own homes, and all but one had been previously convicted of domestic violence. And Kamala Harris is promoting this fund to help release people who are writers. They're mostly peaceful. Except for when you know when they're strangling women. I mean, by the most their life. I mean, you could look at that. I'm seriously look at these two men and they've lived a long life. Right. Let's say they're 30 years old, maybe 29 a half years of their life. Has been mostly peaceful, but maybe six months, you know? Ah, day here a day there an hour here an hour. There may be added over the 30 years. Maybe there's a month. There's only like even two days of violence in their life. I mean, I've been mostly peaceful, you know, Except for those times they were strangling women. Other than that, they're mostly peaceful. So why would you ever go after these people? Also previously reported. In the months since Camilla Harris promoted the Minnesota Freedom Fund. The fund has helped post bail for people accused of violent crimes, including Timothy Wayne Columbus. He's facing up to 30 years in prison for allegedly sexually assaulting an eight year old girl. An eight year old girl. How about Dalvin Devante Gates. 28 arrested May 13th after he allegedly strangled a woman just days after she allowed him to move in with her. About Matthew Owens. Earl Thompson 29 arrested after he pushed his way into a domestic partners house while smoking, a blunt and small like alcohol officers found him throwing rocks at his victims. Windows. The victim told authorities he is not supposed to have contact with her. She was not sure how you figured out where she lived. Not the first time he stood accused of domestic crimes. And there's Tyrone Thomas Shields, arrested after he allegedly left a larger than golf sized bump on the head of his wife of 19 years on and on. There's a list of these people. And Kamala Harris is promoting the fund of banned them right out and get him right back on the streets because, after all, they're mostly peaceful..

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"matthew owens" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"There were. Ten or twelve buckets of knows it was my age. Someone. Half of the VC's didn't like hardware at all. Fitness was a dopey category plagued by bad teams and bad products and bad marketing and gimmicks and fads. Valley didn't understand boutique fitness. Back in. New York City Company. I've made a commitment to my family that I'm only to sit on boards in California. No investors wanted to look at this thing they wanted nothing to do with it. John took hundreds of noes from venture capital firms thousands from angel investors as he tried to fund his ten out of ten idea. But. Of course, this isn't where historian ended. The buckets of knows eventually became a chorus of yes. So. Eight years. Later, PELETON IS A. Traded Company with evaluation of nearly twenty. billion. Dollars. John and his team ultimately converted skeptical doubters in die hard believers and then rode their enthusiasm all the way over the hill. How did he do it? Stay tuned. I believe you clear a path to scale by converting skeptics to fanatics. The best megaphones for your product are the ones who doubted you at the start. Having, credible, talented, every position. There are fires burning. Out. Such an idiot. Era So. Easy Whistle. So I have no idea what sorry mistake with you have to time it right? Lou. Bedroom apartment. Absolutely not all ten years later. We invaded. This is masters of scale. We'll start the show in a moment after a word from our sponsor capital one business. Their astronauts, their newscasters, their doctors and scientists, their little boys and little girls some of whom have light skin or dark skin different texture hair these really incredibly diverse images of kids in these aspirational views of what they could be when they grow up. That's JEN GARBA CAPITAL One's head of business brand marketing, and she's talking about the products found at puzzle huddle. The business was founded by Matthew Owens, a father of three who discovered a gap in the puzzle and game market when he went shopping for his own family. He had gone through dozens of online stores trying to find puzzles for his kids, but he couldn't find any that represented what his family looks like. You thought you know what? I'm going to go out and create those. Puzzle. Huddle, sales took off when the pandemic forced families indoors but covert also caused supply chain issues that made it tough to keep up with demand. Then the black lives matter movement drove new customers to black owned businesses and sales spiked again. Matthew experienced the uptick in demand from a much broader audience being sold out of your market product means you're doing something right but it's really scary. How do you get that story to keep up with that demand? How did puzzle huddle meet the moment we'll find out later in the show. So of capital on businesses look at entrepreneurs who are leading through crisis with courage and innovation. I'm Reed Offman co-founder Lincoln partner gridlock and your host and I, believe you clear your path to scale by converting skeptics to fanatics. The best megaphones for your product are the ones who doubted you at the start I want you to think of a food you love but not just any food one you used to hate for me it was stinky cheese when I was a kid nothing. Could sound more revolting but fast four to adulthood and it's one of my favorite indulgences in particular. I. Have a fondness for this one pungent cheese called it plus it's very soft rubbed with Brian and brandy an age for six weeks in its original unpasteurized form. A plus is banned in the United States it's a Cudgel of cheese. It will punch right through whatever else is on your plate. Now did I. Convince you not all of you definitely, not the lactose intolerant but a few of you may drops my boss into your next Insta- cart, and if we were together in person I'd have even a better chance why? Because an impassioned testimonial from a trusted source is a powerful thing it can overcome skepticism especially if the person testifying was once a skeptic and especially if the skeptic can try it for themselves now it's not easy to convert full on skeptics and let me be clear. You don't want to pursue them at the expense of friendly early adopters. But. If you can find a way to hack that skepticism and converted into a passion for your product, you'll create an organic loyal following that bind themselves to your brand. Why does it work because it's vanishingly rare that we could admit tour cells. I was wrong and when we get to that state of self discovery in Prince itself on our memory and fuels, our newfound love of the thing we had hated so. That's why casual fans can come and go but converts will stick with you and spread the word on your behalf I wanted to talk to John Foley about this because as the CO founder and CEO Peleton he knows a lot about the conviction of true fans. It turns out he knows a lot about skeptics to as you'll hear, Peleton is a brand with a very passionate fan base. And that was true even before the global pandemic put gyms and fitness classes on pause peleton stationary bikes had a connected tablet that leads you take part in remote cycling classes. They've won over a million connected fitness of drivers and a user base of over two and a half million members. But before that they faced years of the existential struggles all at John put this in his way. We were just sure that tens of thousands of people were going to throw money at us and it was crickets. Will get to that uphill climbing a little bit but first some background John Grew up in the Florida keys his mother was a homemaker. His father was a pilot for Delta when it was time for college John's family new money would be tight. So his father even the best advice he knew. My Dad brought home US News and World Report best schools for your money. I got into Georgia Tech, which was apparently a good school for your money. There's a coop program where you work six months a year and you go to school six months a year so that you can pay your way through college. was that six months on six months off particularly useful for entrepreneurship ball. One of the things that I've been mulling for years is that roughly speaking things as entrepreneurship can't be taught, but it can be learned but was that at all helpful as a precursor to the entrepreneurial journey. I wonder if it's a good question read and I'll put a finer point on it was three months on three months off you weren't comfortable. You were constantly putting your life into a car and driving a thousand miles across country. It did give you the sleep on the couch and the work ethic for the Rough Times of entrepreneurship. Again, there was a correlation. I think you're maybe literally the only person I've ever talked to WHO's worked on the factory floor of Eminem and Mars. John got a job at a Waco Texas factory for Mars Eminem. At one point, I was a shift manager for skittles and starbursts. But our plant also made snickers and twix. England. We made six million snicker bars a day, which was just hard to get your brain around. It's not easy to see a.

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"matthew owens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We've had election in the midst of a civil war. We've had elections in many times in this country. During terrible, awful circumstances. Um But elections need to happen. And there's no reason why this one can't happen. Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio, and it's 7 32 in the state Senate today, passing a bill eliminating the use of taxpayer funded nondisclosure agreements across Beacon Hill. Hashtag me to movement and incidents involving people like Harvey Weinstein, among others, have shown how the Indians can be used to silence victims. The Senate earlier this session band the En D A's in its chamber, but the House has not followed suit. Senate Plan Sponsored by Matthew Owens, Diana Dissolve Leo 7 33 time for traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's happening now. Not a whole lot to go nice and quiet out there. It's really a good time to hit the highways. The expressway really tells the story. It's wide open in both directions between the O'Neill tunnels and the brain's re split 10 or 11 minutes between Boston and Braintree. Can't beat that. Right, Ruth three on this. How sure good 20 minutes from range, re down to room 1 39 In fact, it's clear all the way to the saddle Bridge. Lower stretch of 4 90 five's good and so a rich 24 95 south down towards the Rhode Island line. Now to the West. 1 90 South is slow in sterling. That's roadwork setting up down after Rou won 17. They'll be there through the night. Now is where things are good with the mass Turnpike up to the north, 1 28 North sounds clear. Wall fam up into Beverly. No issues on Route one. Now Route three and 93 North. They're both good into New Hampshire and No delays it all downtown nice and quiet, coming in on the Tobin Bridge, the lower deck of 93 sterile, Dr. All good miking W B. C's traffic on the threes and.

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"matthew owens" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is good our top story aggression man is facing federal charges accused of trying to profit from the covert nineteen pandemic eleven ninety K. exes Gail Cunningham explains forty two year old Matthew Owens is accused of illegally buying and importing misbranded Cllr Quinn from China for attempted resale in the west Cork when the active ingredient in prescription drugs used to treat malaria has also been used in some coronavirus cases the investigation began April thirteenth when a package from China containing white powder addressed one department was intercepted at a FedEx facility in Memphis the substance labeled ammonium phosphate turned out to be Clark when Owens made his first court appearance Monday a conviction could be the twenty three year federal prison sentence Washington County district attorney is cracking down on burglary suspects or take advantage of the coronavirus shut down the suspects were charged with felonies instead of misdemeanors if that that relates to the covered nineteen emergencies such as stealing face masks or PP or if the suspect takes advantage of the code nineteen emergency to commit the theft the cover nineteen state of emergency allows for harsher penalties there's just one week left until Oregon's primary election ballots must be taken to the ballot drop off site by next Tuesday ballot drop off sites will be open until eight PM voters can also mail in their ballots by may fourteenth to ensure that it arrives at the election office on time a seventy two year old man and his dog were attacked by a black bear Newcrest well Michelle Dennehy of the Oregon fish and wildlife says the man fought off the bear and walked a mile home to get medical help he suffered lacerations and puncture Saddam's fall lacerations to his.

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Gresham man accused of smuggling misbranded chloroquine

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Gresham man accused of smuggling misbranded chloroquine

"Is good our top story aggression man is facing federal charges accused of trying to profit from the covert nineteen pandemic eleven ninety K. exes Gail Cunningham explains forty two year old Matthew Owens is accused of illegally buying and importing misbranded Cllr Quinn from China for attempted resale in the west Cork when the active ingredient in prescription drugs used to treat malaria has also been used in some coronavirus cases the investigation began April thirteenth when a package from China containing white powder addressed one department was intercepted at a FedEx facility in Memphis the substance labeled ammonium phosphate turned out to be Clark when Owens made his first court appearance Monday a conviction could be the twenty three year federal

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"matthew owens" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Our top story and the make is taking a toll on the already lengthy process to place children in adoption or foster homes in Oregon eleven ninety K. E. exes Gail Cunningham says adoption specialists are urging would be parents not to give up it typically takes up to a year to complete the paperwork personal interviews at home studies necessary for adoption and fostering and Nicole with with the adoption consultancy says the closure of government offices makes it more challenging it's definitely impacting the whole process but fostering is harder hit because it relies more on in home visits which are delayed the U. S. department of Human Services says there are four hundred thirty seven thousand children in the system and covert nineteen is expected to drive the number higher don't let this stop you just keep going one step at a time that's eleven ninety K. E. exes Gail Cunningham reporting more information is on the state department of Human Services website Oregon could face a three billion dollar shortfall in its current budget the state revenue forecast comes out may twentieth Scappoose democratic state senator Betsy Johnson is one of three chairs of the legislature's budget writing committee given the magnitude of the financial problem we're going to find ourselves in that we should focus largely on budget and economic recovery and that is almost inexorably linked to call that governor brown is directed state agencies to come up with ways to cut costs seventeen percent in the next fiscal year a forty two year old Russian man is facing federal charges accused of illegally buying and importing misbranded Clore Quinn from China for attempted resale in the U. us Cllr Quinn the active ingredient in prescription drugs used to treat malaria also has been used in some coronavirus cases Matthew Owens made his first court appearance Monday a conviction on all charges could lead to a twenty three year federal prison sentence that's a look at the latest news I'm John Jeffries news radio eleven ninety K. E. acts ever right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down.

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"matthew owens" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"matthew owens" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Who wants a covert nineteen test can get one the medical professionals beg to differ the president vice president and anyone close to them are receiving almost daily covert nineteen tests most Americans returning to work hard the president's response if people want to get tested they get tested but for the most part they should want to get tested there's no reason but in fact health officials insist despite more available tests many non symptomatic Americans can carry and spread the virus when they return and won't know it without more testing in the field ABC news Washington other benchmark in the U. S. battle against the virus the ongoing tally by Johns Hopkins University says the U. S. death toll is now over eighty thousand forty five states are taking steps toward reopening including New York the epicenter of the U. S. outbreak governor Andrew Cuomo says manufacturing construction and curbside retail can resume Friday and three upstate regions but ABC's Tom llamas says restrictions in New York City and surrounding areas will continue until June when Dallas is from the CDC reveals the toll in the city could be worse than first thought nearly another five thousand three hundred deaths may be directly or indirectly linked to the pandemic forty five states have now ease restrictions but before re opening many of those states had not met the White House guidelines calling for a fourteen day declining cases Louisiana also lifting restrictions we will be moving to phase one on Friday may the fifteenth that is this Friday and so we will be lifting the stay at home order governor John bel Edwards has a state meets the guidelines in the White House and the CDC even though they do not have a fourteen day consecutive declining cases beaches in Los Angeles county can reopen on Wednesday here's a sign of the times for you because of code restrictions Advanced Placement exams for the first time we delivered online you're listening to ABC news Bob Williams our top story most of Oregon's world county governor for permission to start the reopening process but not the counties around the Portland area Tricia Martel with the Washington County health department fills K. two they need to have a plan in place to help people who are quarantined at home we need to have basic needs support for people that will have to have you delivered or support so they can keep their lights on and keep your phone active so we can be in contact with them every day before counties get approval re open they need to show minimal new cases and hospitalizations along with the ability to perform contact racing when someone is confirmed to have the virus aggression man is facing federal charges accused of trying to profit from the cove in nineteen pandemic eleven ninety K. E. exes Gail Cunningham explains forty two year old Matthew Owens is accused of illegally buying and importing misbranded Cllr Quinn from China for attempted resale in the US Cork when the active ingredient in prescription drugs used to treat malaria has also been used in some coronavirus cases the investigation began April thirteenth when a package from China containing white powder addressed owns apartment was intercepted at a FedEx facility in Memphis the substance labeled ammonium phosphate turned out to be Clark when Owens made his first court appearance Monday a conviction could be the twenty three year federal prison sentence and Oregon communities are able to access more than twenty six million dollars in grants to make it safer for kids to get to school dot safe routes to school infrastructure program manager Lee and Ferguson says they will start accepting applications June first you must have support of the school.

Phoebe, Parker Solar and Columbus Zoo discussed on Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Phoebe, Parker Solar and Columbus Zoo discussed on Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

"Hundred and thirty six confirmed cases of the. Infection that started in may the onus has been linked to salads, across ten states including Ohio and most of its surrounding states the. Outbreak has, been traced to salad ingredients from fresh. Express and McDonald's says it has now pulled that mix from its restaurant a special NASA pro based. On its way to the sun today, five Three two one. Zero Liftoff,

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