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"mensah" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"They're getting paid. They're all getting paid the teachers. We haven't even laid off some of them and settle cases all zoom. Let's just have one second grader zoom for everybody. They're all still getting paid. The point that I make is as a country we have shown tremendous patients with this whole damn thing. And just about everybody whether you're doing extra work less work at home in person change it up find different. Other than the occasional here and there some individual as a group who's complained other teachers who said, they're not going to do what other teachers the at the university professors I should throw that in teachers to say what other than that everybody else is doing this just fine and his keeping their mouths shot. Once, I've heard that diverted Dirk Dr Doctors, nurses I aren't eighty the people that are the help out the people at the clinics doing temperature checks all day. Can you imagine a more miserable rat and job than that? How'd you like to be an Uber driver? Your income has gone you don't have what at all than. If you finally still get one here comes some Cova Guy, blow it all over your car. Get no complaints. We've done spectacularly well as a society and dealing with this mess one grope. Crybaby pitchers what. F. Predicting, do it in public only going to be one group in society that's GonNa wind and complain and not handle. This wouldn't we all have known it would a band the public school teachers. Lost the lottery back that. Give. People say what is it your mother and I really think by by the Guardian and? I really do I just think the teachers that existed back that day Part of it was. When I was getting I was the one that didn't want to go I was faking sick. She was the one that was trying to drag by sorry whining complaining but out of bed. Course the guy that's what it's come to the kids been out of school for but I. Think that this would be great never going to school. These kids are going nuts, nuts. So now in Germantown, if it's Tuesday in leap year and a quarter moon and the big hand hits can and the little hand hits eight, you can come to school for four and a half minutes and you were born April the seventeenth when. When we were still under the sign of Aries. German Tom Plan, but it actually is it's more confusing than what I just said. Family. Family is the word family fam. Hawai. Again I. WANT TO STRESS EVERY I. I'm tired of having to explain this because I always make Clermont. Anti in the public school teachers who WanNa work in those that are in districts that returning I am not talking about you. And I'm not talking about any of the private school teachers I am obviously referring to those who don't want to work have complained to the school board members. If you live in a community near a teacher who wants to work, but you're shut down, I'm not crazy and that I don't feel like I should have to explain that the. Talk about. A bad doctor I'm not criticizing the good doctors. If I talked about a bad talk show host certainly, not criticizing myself I'm talking about the Mayor Creek. Wins Mark belling late afternoon show you I think it's not only is the first show that Ravi Shankar got mentioned twice in the same show and it might be the only show he's ever been mentioned that. there. Easy. Eventually, that I've ever laughing which neither of us can name anybody else who plays the Sitar I mean other people played at George. Harrison played it. But nobody when you think of that instrument, he's the only person you think of right. I don't know that there's any other instrument where he's like the. Internet and wireless should always have you covered with xfinity your cover far and wide get the best experience at home with extended x y and the best wireless coverage with xfinity mobile to learn more click call or visit a store today requires residential takes than it Internet research and supply. Almost any instrument you can think of you can think of like maybe tour guys that are two or three people that do it anyway I said. To Paula, didn't believe me but you can look up no anything. That's again where no discussions fun because he just look it up on Google said I, swear Rava Shankar Played Woodstock and the reason I remember that is the difference it. He'd say Woodstock and live which occurred fifteen years later in nineteen eighty-four was live aid was on live. TV and live radio and everybody heard it in real time there was no live broadcast of Woodstock. People. went to woodstock and then he came back and told these stories that we thought there are making all up. It wasn't until they did a movie and there was a record the record came out a couple of years later and when I say record, it was vital that it was an you know flipped the record over at all of that and that had some of the performances and then there. Was the movie and but that was like a three year delays. So that was a delayed reaction in terms of who did what, and then you know it was three days all night, and so what they only put a tiny fraction, the performances that were on there. But Woodstock, it was the most weird eclectic light up that you could imagine there's Ravi Shankar out that crosby stills, Nash, the WHO were their. Blood. Sweat and Tears Melanie brand new key I mean just F- could imagine at people have debated forever what the greatest performance at Woodstock was. Well, I didn't see it all the ones that are on the on the movie you're on the record. So odd and. It's hard to answer that but I do know. Santana was. I do know which performance wants the record came out in the movie came out of this a said eighteen months to two years later. Riveted people of my generation created the most buzz and talk and it was by five Jimi Hendrix. Now he closed it off. He was the last guy that was up there I mean he played there's no no I'm just saying who cares nobody left this we heard the thing later what? Jimi Hendrix is dead by the time the record came out because I think the records that two years after he did purple haze on there but he did that to this day people argue about whether or not it was disrespectful or it was virtuoso his version of the Star spangled banner Ad. I happen to think that there's you can do the Star spangled banner. Any way you want as long as you're showing respect, you could do a country you can do a jazz, you could do it soul you can do a traditional you could do it operatic like Robert Merrill used to do at the Yankee game. So you can do it out of the Electric Guitar Heady Accords that people didn't know existed as long as you're not mocking a making fun of the music you're giving an homage the same as any other piece of music and I thought Jimi Hendrix's version of the Star spangled banner was incredible but the thing about it that I remember is Remember this is nineteen, sixty nine and I'm probably here at seventy what I Just had never heard someone make a guitar sound like that which is why he's still considered by many. I mean, what are the greatest guitarist of all time I mean just curious three notes other than we know what's his version? That's how he made the Qatar. Really, I'd say to this day wouldn't you say? Paul said he was left handed and he thinks that that affected how he had a cousin would play the chords with the right hand and right Obviously, he not he I told there aren't many left handed guitars. In fact, a lot of left is just play a right handed guitars. Paul McCartney plays left hat and Hamburg played. You said left handed. So anyway. Woodstock. With you on the go back and check the sadness that we're out there I mean some of these joan s is played at four o'clock in the morning. Like the first four somehow sweetwater got in their mountain was in there and it just. country. Joe and the fish, and then the famous fish chant. The chant was. I'll give you the first letter of giving off while you're. Not GonNa. Give you the second letter. All right six, thirty five. Thirty minutes..
"mensah" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"I would encourage speaker boss and the Republican leadership. To call for a Sensor Censure of Bowen. And I would even suggest call a hearing here. To discuss whether or not, he ought to be expelled from the state assembly or if there is a level by which he can be expelled from the state assembly. Lying about. The actions of law enforcement officer. This guy said a cop shot a shotgun at a crowded riot. He didn't Bowen made that up. The media nosy made up. Everybody now knows he made it up. Bulletin nosy made it up. So there. You would said Mensa pulled the trigger himself that there was a chance it was drew one percent two percent. You said, no. You don't think Cross your mind you cross my mind. Let's play. That's one two percent cross your mind. That's what boy did. All the mets venture. After all that committee is, here's a guy who's district is in Milwaukee coming in and lying about what happened at a riot. When police come in to investigate things, what are the things we got the public officials here maybe they'll be a good witness instead, they got a liar. Did Bowl, tell the police officers on the scene when they came to investigate that he li- that way to them tail. You get these reporters last trump and the press conferences all the time. Why do you lie about this way about that? Can you imagine somebody from? Channel Six Channel Twelve walking up to David Bowen and say, why did you lie about this? I I mean just. They're they're pink sneakers would turn Chartreuse I. I where did we get such a bunch of SIS five? I mean, it's not just that they're liberals cow. I I swear if these people were around in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. Niagara I for Joe Solid okay. Nice thought. Can We show how pretty the Gulag? Run here. Not. Right about this. What that's the I had TB reporter. I won't tell you who you was used tabby whether he's not in any way said look mark you would not believe this is now an entry level job being TV reported Milwaukee. Nobody. Gets anything and a lot of them aren't very good. It's an entry level job at used to be that an entry level job would be like Polka Telo Idaho or using Wisconsin is an example. Rhinelander was an entry level job for TV, reporter and you had to be good to get hired rhinelander. Most people came out of college couldn't get a job. And rhinelander your break you get to rhinelander and from there, maybe go the next stop me. Green. Bay was a good step. Maybe Madison. At if you're a spectacular after a few years, you can get to Milwaukee now straight out of college. They had a cameron there one man band and they walk around and the cover the news. Did any surprise that they're so easily buffalo. Medic figures that are running these protests and that they're so in an over their heads that they can't tell the difference between an out and out riot shotguns, fired cops houses. From peaceful protests. I asked very good questions here. Don't I. And don't they all answer themselves. For fifty-six by the the Journal can't get anything right of all the brewers I get that these baseball games and after their deadline did you see who? Who would they write the puff piece about today? Phelps I. If you didn't know what you would have just said, he's going to be the guy that was the losing pitcher last night did it would not last night's gave us no pitchers fault at minute went on and on forever and the twins finally scored a run but brewer bullpens just been phenomenal but it's just another case of that was I will grant you as games go. That was a fascinating baseball game in again looked like the brewers are going be go ahead. Kannada took a no hitter into the ninth inning yet had. Some the end again did he didn't even have the lead anywhere and Game went on forever and the birds lasted twelve four to three but. Sure was an interesting game to watch. As eleven thirty wins, Mark belling late afternoon show moment this summer cash contests text in word. I made an executive decision during the break. To Go back and read with David. Bowen told the media the day after the incident. And read from the criminal complaint as to what happened. First of all. I should stress that according to the criminal complaint. Ronald Bell has confessed. In the criminal complaint, he admits pulling the trigger on the shotgun. He also admits that he did this while he was confronting. The and The other police officer who has meant his girlfriend edie admits that he struck Mensa. Zen, the criminal complaint he admitted. Let me read without reading the whole thing. Bell admitted. That he was the individual with a shotgun during the August eighth incident. Bell also stated that the gun discharged while he was holding it. Striking the residents while he was confronting and then Mensa initials and then the girlfriend. Belle a grade that his behavior was reckless and dangerous when he physically confronted Mensa. He was holding a loaded shotgun. And that he puts several people in danger with shotgun discharged. Bell also acknowledged that he was striking Mensa and that he knew that men so was a police officer. Bell was aware. that. The group was at the location due to actions had previously taken while performing duties as a police officer at bell stated. That he has been at several other events, regarding mentors actions with the same group of People Belle apologized for his actions. So rattled bell, the shooter has apologized. This is what David told. The media. After this event. for which Ronald Bell has admitted, I was reckless that as apologized. Quote. It's very clear. Officer MENSA displayed behavior to push the safety on that firearm. And to fire it. He saw an opportunity to paint protesters as the Violet Bob, and it played into his testimony. I saw the struggle and so. That's a key point. said he saw. I saw the struggling so. So, he's putting himself out here as an eyewitness..
"mensah" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"Eleven thirty W. I S. N. Mark Afternoon show going to give you know sizzling suburb cash testing word for the four o'clock hour. where it for this hour is cash c a s h catch you have until five pm to texting cash the two, hundred, two, hundred, you'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data dated messy grid supply in this nationwide. Contests though I was commenting earlier about lobbying local government especially. Say not the city of Bill. Walkie. But Dodge County, Sheboygan County is a good example Hockey County Germantown School Board, Greenvale sailboard etc. Governmental bodies like that. When you have the kind of thing that's occurred in Wa. Were at a suburban community suddenly. You have protesters and rioters disruption. As I indicated it gets the attention of public officials to the point that they ignore in tune out their own residents. These are people who by-in-large. I mean, you get elected Wamba Tosa. You're not generally somebody who's thought of as being the most strong willed person in the world I mean some maybe some may not be. But you see mayor McBride sitting up there with his mask you think that he had the ability of say Donald Trump to tell a bunch of outsiders you're out there trying to ruin people's lives that you're not going to allow. Rioters in Milwaukee to come in. And destroy our Waubosa Police Department. He didn't have that ability. Now wobbled toasted community that has been trending left in the first place. But I think we have seen this acquiescence, the pressure from the left, even more conservative areas. In the communities that have chosen to keep the schools closed or go to these kind of goofy hybrid proposals. You're getting clearly two groups of input, one group or two. Groups of input. One group is the parrot opened the schools. The other is the teachers in the school employees closed the schools. Who Do you think it's been louder and more obnoxious with their message. Well, we know it's almost impossible for any group of human beings to be loud or obnoxious than unionized schoolteachers. So probably the out..
"mensah" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"I. Don't always take the straight lied to get there but you know what? Life's not a straight line. I contend that this background and context that I get helps people to understand things. So again, leave this as the basis for eight now in Wildwood Tosa. long-term residents of the community who support the police support law and order have got nowhere with their city government. They're city government instead has done a of everything that a bunch of agitators who don't live and while the Tosa have demanded. We're going to get to the why That group of. Who have agitated I listened to and long term residents of wildwood. Tosa are ignored by the mayor and city council members and so odd. We are going to do this by NSA. I don't take straight lives. We are going to do this by diverting to Sheboygan. Now. You're wondering how we're diverting to Sheboygan. Well. Here's how you get from Wyoming toasted it Sheboygan you go south it well. Getting out of what is the hardest part of this direction thing I've still never figured out how to get on a woman what's auto? Ottawa? Tulsa. You get a ninety four go north at forty three and drive, and then you see sixteen different eggs for Sheboygan and you figure out which way you're supposed to go to it. If you're a Dow, just take twenty three and drive toward the lake. Right. At that pretty much it. What is the main? What is is still twenty three there's one that's got a lot of stuff going up there at it now. Yeah. The Mall and all that it is at twenty three is at a different one. I did. Get breaking information why it's never stopped us before. You because because people will call the correct you I like now we give rugged formation because I like you being bothered by people that are correcting I. Don't know why. I'm becoming kind of a dink in my old age aren't i? I know you're all becoming. Am I more of a dig now that I was twenty years ago. No. See I'm trying to be. Auto want to be one of these guys that mellows what he's all old. Well. That's my point. I wanted to be more of a dink than I was before. I mean the alternative I suppose it just being Biden. Coming on here head. Talking. To a billings Montana and thinking I lived there something. I. Just. I telling you. I can't say that watching the Democratic convention is entertaining. It's I use the analogy I stole it from a listener. Yesterday, after watching Monday night that it was sort of like watching one of those commercials, they read in the middle of the night. In which you're supposed to get money to some racket that says that they're fighting against animal cruelty and they should add those almost all those organizations are total rip. It's like giving money to certain former packer athletes foundation and thinking you're supporting the individual charity I. Mean The reason those groups exist is because they pay members large salaries and they get large salaries because they put these things on tv but they show these pathetic animals and these always a woman with just an unbelievably annoying voice look at this they yeah. Slow the variant slow motion and it's the same thing that has been done with some of. The charities they tried to raise money for poor people overseas and so on but it's a special limited. With the animals anyway. That's what I thought. Monday Nights Democratic convention was I made it was just it was the most Debbie Downer. whiny awful. To the point that it was weird now. Posted about this thing they did on the Self I. It's I get of course it's weird. Don't have a convention. There's nobody in Milwaukee Wisconsin Conventions ten thousand people are at a big pack convention. All they give speeches, everybody cheers yells and carries on and it's a stage thing and so on. We're used to that now they've got whatever this is at its. Policies, but would you say? Paul said Biden was scared by the balloons and streamers well. You gotta be very careful with Joe Biden. Face it. If you're if you're Joe Biden right now, you know to say that Joe is a screw loose is just like a improper examination the Mechanical I think he only has one that's tightened to say, what is Lucy's just. Put. Reports on trump had an active shooter the white. House at walked back in on Rattle Joe. Biden had a balloon five firefly past it but I think he I think he's he's still still on the medication that he's. So, anyway. Getting back to where I was I said, we're going to get and I'll stop doing little Rhode Bat. In Cheboygan last night, they had a meeting. County Board. Cheboygan county one of those communities where they have proposed. One of these ordinances to give broad powers to the county health officer. As you know we've been tracking these here in southeastern Wisconsin. For the last several months at one will come up one came up and Dodge Connie we seem to be able to bat it down one came up in Jefferson county that will never seems to go away. There was one that was brought up at Walworth county the public showed up outrage killed that went off when I say we I mean people on my side it was the residents of those communities that it did it themselves all of this is explained in the past came. From the ears administration and Andrea Palm after the State Supreme Court ruled that. The Wisconsin Statute that they were using to give these orders is unconstitutional. Iverson and palm and the Wisconsin Counties Association which is a Madison based organization run by lefties. Has Been Urging individual counties to essentially pass the same ordinance at the local level but not through the back door that was the problem with the State Law. But do it to the front door when I say the front door actually pass it had voted on at enacted as it orbits. What happened in? The Wisconsin Law was that the State Supreme Court believed that you can't simply had had these. Decisions orders being put out. By, individuals who are not elected officials. So they're trying to pass an ordinance that they think would allow constitutional muster to give all of these individual counties that the same authority that. The state claimed that it had prior to the Supreme Court ruling to go win an issue. All of these have all of this broad power to enforce health orders, and what is alarmed people is how broadly written these ordinances are. They are frightening to people. And the people are legitimately frightened. What are the things that's happened here in two thousand, nine, hundred, twenty as we have gone so far. Off the deep end in so many areas. That when people actually read the details of just one of them They become shocked I. You I think people would be justice shocked if we sat back at understood. That we're firing police officers in. Warwick Tulsa, because some guy who likes likes gang members in, Milwaukee decided to shoot a gun to somebody's window. All of this stuff is shocking. But the ordinances are actually written on paper and they see that people are voting them for instance, if you had an ordinance and while Tosa, a bunch of agitators in Milwaukee including people who post on social like gang members. WanNa fire, one of our COP should we? Probably people would have showed up at advancement and but appalled by that but these health ordinances an order to get them. Legal, they have to write them down and they have to vote them and many people in many of these communities. Counties have been tracking this Ad. They've been very good at using social media and other ways of communicating to get the word out and the language in these ordinances is like many other things happening in twenty twenty just Schalke. There is no restraint on this at all..
"mensah" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters
"Background because most of you know the story. There's been ongoing protests in Wauwatosa even before the George Floyd situation over this, that and the other thing and They have focused locally on the case of Officer Joseph MENSA, who is the police officer who shot and killed a man who, armed with a stolen gun was part of a group that was causing a disturbance and running toward Mayfair Mall. While armed with that stolen gun. He also had 36 rounds of ammunition and an extended magazine. And according to the police investigation, he fired a shot that officer men sub and protesters have been going after Officer men ever since The wall photos the city council. Recommended that he his employment be terminated in the fire and police Commission has suspended him. As I had predicted. This is not satisfied the protesters who have disrupted government meetings who made wild statements at a public meeting at hard Park, and then on Saturday, I took their protest directly to the home. Off officer Men's his girlfriend, who is a police officer in Milwaukee. Where Officer Benson Wass and a situation developed in which Officer MENSA says that he was shot at Before we talk to Chief Webber. I want to deal with two new developments today. The first A letter that was sent today by Congressman Jim Sense it better. Guys, you probably know this city election today to replace time is the sense of better who's been in the house for a long, long time Republican primary Today is between Clift Temple and Scott Fitzgerald and the Republican candidate for that seed is going to be determined in today's election. But sensitive writer is still there since it brothers. This thick includes portions, but not all of Wauwatosa. He sent the following letter to me, your dentist McBride of Wauwatosa today, Dear Mayor McBride. I write to you today concerning the deteriorating security and policing in Wauwatosa. The protests, which may have started peacefully have been growing ever more violent and the event Saturday night outside the residence of Officer Joseph Mintz have required a meat require immediate leadership and strong action from you. And the elected leaders of Wauwatosa first allow me to be clear that I am and always will be supportive of American citizens. First Amendment rights, having said that ever since the death of George Flight in Minneapolis and the protests and the protests the incident sparked There has been a push by community leaders throughout the country to weaken, defund and abolish police departments in several cities. Locally, Officer MENSA has become the poster child for this movement due to his three officer involved shooting incidents. Officer MENSA has dedicated his life to protecting our community and has been cleared by the Milwaukee County District attorney's office of two of the three shootings in which he has been involved. The third incident is still under review. Despite the decisions by the Milwaukee County D. A. You're common council passed a resolution calling for the termination of officer menses employment with the Wauwatosa Police Department. While I understand the common Council wants to bring reforms that the OPD the consequences of their actions are having serious repercussions for the residents of your community. Citizens of Baba Tosa are being harassed by these protests. Protesters who have now laid siege to a residence in your community where a gun was fired at a home with women and Children inside. Actions like this, and the breakdown of law and order will spread fear and force the citizens of Allah toasted to reconsider their choice to reside there. The mass emigration from your city would be devastating to the very fabric of that community. In addition to the detrimental effect it would have on your tax base schools and city sciences. As I believe we are teetering at a crisis. I am offering my assistance. I stand ready to contact federal law enforcement agencies and bring them to Wauwatosa in order to bring peace and tranquility back to the community. I look forward to hearing from you. Well, we have reached a critical tipping point in Wauwatosa. I am confident that if we work together, we can restore the rule of law. It is crucial that we strive to preserve the excellent quality of life that has drawn so many toe work. And raise their families in Wauwatosa and signed by Jim Sensenbrenner, member of Congress. His district includes portions of the city of Wauwatosa. Seconds slow. State representative David Bowie and Milwaukee who says he was part of the demonstration in protests that occurred outside this residents. That officer Benson was at on Saturday night is saying that nobody tried to kill Officer MENSA, and he's blaming MENSA for all of the developments that occurred. Quoted in the Js online today, Bowen said, and I quote from the story, Bowen said No protesters fired at MENSA during the protest. It should Bob said 50 to 60 people outside menses Wauwatosa home again. It's actually his girl friend's home. But he's residing there. Bowling and other protesters said they were provoked by MENSA before the physical altercation that took place out outside his home quote. It was clearly communicated as we were trying to figure out what happened that it was Joseph MENSA in that tussle that turned off the safety on that firearm and told the trigger. Owen said today, the Wauwatosa Police Department issued a statement saying there is a lot of false information and rumors being circulated on social media and through the news media regarding the events on Saturday night, August 8th outside the home where Wauwatosa Police officer Joseph MENSA was stag best includes an accurate information and allegations contained an official press releases from a state elected official was outside of the home. Well criminal conduct and a shooting occurred. What occurred Saturday night was not organized a peaceful protest. It was a targeted planned act of violence against one of our police officers. In our community. This is an active ongoing investigation and evidence continues to be gathered regarding the events of August 8. Investigators are looking through a large amount of high quality video footage from the scene and are working to identify suspects and vehicles involved in any illegal activity. A statement, then quotes police chief. Very Weber The welcome toast. The Police Department will not stand by and allow this type of intimidating, aggressive, dangerous illegal behavior to occur,
Google Glass finds new purpose in autism therapy
"Opening they're still cutting the grass in front of what. Will be the amphitheater on top of the new transit center which opens a week, from Sunday, the five point four, acre park hold six hundred trees sixteen, thousand plants encircled by a half mile walking path landscape architect Adam Greenspan says that much green is shocking amidst, the concrete jungle also amazing how quiet it is up here we have roads, going right underneath you don't hear anything you hear honk away but. When you're in the middle of these here. We're in the middle of palm tree FRANZ you can hear that Russell you can hear birds in the trees even though construction is still. Going. On or, just about finished Pam Hudson lives in a condo. Overlooking the construction In project she loves the zen, like garden finding a space in the, city. That's just a peaceful that. You can come to not harass this, is hard to find Ronald coats can't believe they created a. Garden seventy feet up off the. Ground so awesome Meet outside, area downtown Seventeen, years in the planning the park and transit center. Open to the public next Saturday buses start rolling on August, twelfth in San. Francisco Holly Kwan KCBS it may not be exactly how you wanna, spend your day off but several more DMV locations in the bay area will begin offering Saturday hours this weekend. As KCBS is. Megan gold's be reports it is in response to the long lines of. People getting real ideas those are the federally mandated ID's for those who want to fly domestically starting in the fall of twenty twenty and they require a few different pieces of identification and. An in person visit that's why the DMV has announced that more offices will, now open on Saturdays one hundred seventy two ocassions throughout the state and sixty of these offices will. Be open on Saturday so or focusing closely on areas that are highly impact where customers have. Experienced longer wait times now it include, the bay area says are Tim Yeo Mensah who. Speaks for the DMV they've added four more local offices to the. List for this weekend Which now includes Hayward Nevado San Francisco San. Jose Daly city in filet o. among others we've seen an, increase of number. Of customers on Saturdays coming each Saturday that we've been open since, June so we expect that this Saturday will be even obviously more customers most importantly he says if you are. Coming to get. Your real I d read up online about what you need to bring. With you nothing worse than waiting on your weekend and then realizing you're going to have to come back Meagan gold speak KCBS California's joining a lawsuit against the federal government to block the. Release of blueprints that show how to make three d. printed plastic guns attorney, general exhibitor Sarah said today he will join other attorneys general challenging settlement the Trump administration reached with. The company that makes the blueprints allowing it to release the plans online a federal judge today. On Tuesday temporarily blocked their release the, president has said he would look into reversing the. Settlement Stanford researchers are working on a way to help children with Autism understand and respond to other people's facial expressions KCBS gentlemen reports it involves the wearable computer Google glass. And a smartphone app the first kids to try it out called. It their, superpower the, camera facing out sends images of the other, person's face to the app and the tiny screen facing in displaced a. Description for the wearer to read like happy surprise or sad Dennis wall is associate professor of pediatrics. Psychiatry, and biomedical. Data sciences at Stanford he says what kids in the feasability phase of autism glass have learned is twofold they're learning there's something cool about faces and. They're learning how, to friendship which emotions are, being displayed they, also showed improvement in social responsiveness but well cautions there was no control group against which researchers could. Compare those scores bottom line we, see that the kids. Take well to it they are getting better and either encouraging. Science but more work must be done before we can definitively To conclude at the devices intervening the. Way we hope it will the autism glass project at Stanford is recruiting families. To help, advance this research lane KCBS KCBS news time nine thirty six.
"mensah" Discussed on Z100
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"mensah" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Referring so he will know anybody who are the people you want to hang out with because they're doing the type work you want to do where do they congregate go meet him go to go to conventions start meaning people say hello step out of your comfort zone if you don't like to meet people but e but you start with on your cv your resume not been that great it doesn't matter your smart guy and you do need to get i'd go and get that mensah whatever it takes to get that i'd get that that that's unbelievable that's like the ultimate an ultimate thing and then you've got her leverage relationships who do you know in your internal circle andy and then start going a layer outside of them who vaishno and and by by the way you do this relationship exercise after you find the places you want to end up so you got to do some research and finish that make that purpose sentence that i started to give you come alive you're gonna use your talents of learning and brilliant analytical skills to to to simplify the complex and solve problems through technology you're going to use those talents to do this that's the fillon the blake i'm going to do this specific work that drives this solution that makes people's lives better this way those are your fill in the blanks and you've got to spend time on that and when you get the sentence that most fires you up then you start to think of my relationships hoodoo do i know that knows people over here in the space to companies that are here and your resume really at this point becomes almost irrelevant because if somebody's introducing you or you're getting in energy because of somebody that that person knows and believes in entrusts then it's all about the interview and and then you're sharon your your purpose sentence i'm here for this job interview today because this is the work i wanna do this is what i was created do i'm really good at it and i think i would be a huge part of this team that's why i'm here as the first thing out of your mouth.
"mensah" Discussed on Remso Republic
"Six raid was probably land they realized something it it probably should not have been surprised by the it was around that time that i discovered i was unnerved item me of all people nerd the well that was when i figured it out and gives you haven't noticed if you've been listening for a while but i east literally beg my teachers in class because that was because the teacher's pet i like to get ahead on all my work i used to beg them to let me go to the library because even though i was just a kid it's time might have any go by books and i wasn't gonna ask my mom to me every new release thicky now but through the pages of a book i can scape into something amazing fantastic through those written words that were mensah you know give out a meaning give out a lesson i could learn war by chasing my own thirst for now college than what any classroom could provide a different work for books i probably would not have the world view the insight the opinions the ability to critically think about certain things the widen expanding knowledge that only said the written word and sometimes you know good audio book can actually go out and give the books are meant to tape teens who is different placed beyond your pakir for now even the tomorrow and because of that i've got one hell of a show for you.
"mensah" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mensah in the right corner for rutgers now all the way back out quarter court driving to the baseline pushing nothing called lost the ball into the hands of outscore a third turnover perodua's pal store driving nice no look feed but it's deflected into the hands of mensah who will slow it down to the front door on the left sideline takes up his dribble five global re with the shot clock at twenty fourteen minutes to play the hand over re the dribble drive all the way in lost it saw had got poked in the eye he's down on the ground who comes illiinois the other way side is literally back on the ground laying down illinois going five on four and then finally we get a whistle he mostly got jim pretty good in his right eye because he went down immediately he had the ball in his simply dropped at when he got hit skip it looked like he just he didn't hesitate no and he's still lying down on the ground and good for the illinois coach go spike was at a half court saying hey you got to stop the game the illinois coach going out to its hay stop it no noah's right in front of them so whatever happened you would think he might have at least singh nagra note experience the 2018 outi q five at a new jersey outi dealer today take testdriving the outi q five or go to audi offers dot com for more details your new jersey outi dealers proud sponsors of rutgers athletics what happened it look like they went up for this field handling upwind crew and get up to look for a europe it's a shame because he had the ball in great condition right in front of the rim and he still with his hand over his right eye was richer campbell is looking at him sanders a will come back into the game he's sought coming off the floor with his right eye closed and so hopefully nothing serious as they will tend to him you've got a pretty good look at it just inadvertent right yeah so to reset there's thirteen forty six to play in the first half illinois leading rutgers thirteen eight is charming sanders check back in.
"mensah" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The writing and everything in the book but the but the whoever has designed the cover of the book it's very rare that the cover of book is beautiful but this is beautiful and haunting uh really well done and that that's important and selling books and it's important i actually think in reading books i think that when you're when you're holding a book that you like the holding like to look at it affects how you read it and those things do matter um but part of what makes the story difficult and all the more poignant is that beckie uh was extraordinarily town talented as a thinker and as a writer and she edited all of your previous books and and now of course as you say she can't use the telephone or make coffee so it's that kind of a journey uh from from being exquisitely um verbal uh to to struggling so much that that makes it all the more difficult through an throughout the book i have what i call interludes and it was a short accounts of things that happened with becky and one of them is called the mensah cards i was looking in my desk and i uncovered vecchi's old mensah carts that was dated 1994 not everybody knows what men says yeah i was just going to say it's uh what they call a high intelligence society so you have to have an a genius level i cue to join mensah and i encourage becky to do it to add to her resumes she was getting published in giving speaking engagements she was really reluctant to do it but i had not thought of that for a while and the first i saw it and i put it in the category of sittings no longer needed for becky and that's a pretty broad category now but then of course the poignancy of it hit me this once brilliance woman could probably not even recognize this as a mensah card and of course i want my show it to her so it is all the more horrible because becky encouraged me to write my first book and she edited it and.
"mensah" Discussed on WCTC
"Ball the bulk at mopping loose and then you gene made a heck of a play but a great blocked that time cry linked to hustle down the block at sufa mensah called on the foul team found over six for rutgers mcbrayer misses the first eighty five percent free throw shooter substitution stomach elbrewery in through court of the bench for rutgers is sean freeman comes back with two fouls shack dorsett also returns they join mensah along with mike williams now williams will go to the bench he said charm returns and corrie sanders as well for rutgers chris we talk about easy jump shooting the ball but his length is really turned it is returning to a really good defensive weapon second free throw is good twenty one eighteen minnesota with the lead nine fifty remaining in the first mensah four roughly two sanders he gets his screen from doors long jumper rattled in and out dorsett had the rebound went up for the put back and restricted here conflit a sort of the other way mcbrayer kicks it left washington she to get around mensah does this is underneath what could be handled cleanly by linking it to turnover taken away for rutgers by chom now mensah of chuck nine 25 remaining and meant saddest what they call the rich in foul against minnesota and isaiah washington team foul number five four the go for cbs news washington freshman from harlem played it safe raymond's terrific program it's eight rand with mr basketball new york top players in the.
"mensah" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Or two three lots to get to on a wednesday afternoon edition of the show now you might recall yesterday president trump tweeted out at little bob corker greg accusing bob corker of being tricked into an offrecord interview with the new york times well now the new york times is setting the record straight and they have actually released the audio of that interview with our senator bob corker and it turns out that corker was not tricked into the interview he knew that the interview was being recorded he actually insist it down her we request of the wall he insisted on the interview being recorded and we have the audio evidence of that so we'll play there for you in the one o'clock hour and we'll give you all the latest on the war of words between donald trump and bob corker all right meanwhile yesterday the president also challenging his secretary of state to an iq tests danda greg mensah you know the mensah but horrible boat would you caught mensah anyway it's like a society of high mines right anyway mensah thinkers it's high thinkers mensah came out yesterday and they actually offered to host that iq test so i don't know if there's going to be an iq battle of wits between the secretary of state in the president of the united states apparently mensah would like to host the debate so we'll give you the details about that it would appear that the nfl is now backing off of this whole kneeling for the anthem thing apparently yesterday the nfl commissioner roger goodell sent a letter to the owners of all thirty two teams saying he would like to move past this entire controversy over the anthem and the indication is now that perhaps the nfl will force all players to stand at attention for the anthem so we'll get you caught up speed on that controversy as well and speaking of football greg did you see this one now if talked a little bit about the whole harvey weinstein hollywood's sexual abuse scandal and did you see yesterday terry crews you know the exfootball player big do baeau black guy on my mind funny guy funny guide big dude he he comes out yesterday and he says that he was sexually assaulted by a man by a man a hollywood producer at one of these highfaluting hollywood parties now i find that.
"mensah" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Its mensah but had discharged i was like why this guy's amazing for american hardcourt alludes with wall street rally yes and that's when they started thumba bukavu's using cui lose outlay whoa let's from wall street all right well let's get to show crack in front page news what we're talking about we will be talking about las vegas with the mieno south are from the investigation other weapons that were found and and what famine i may have to say about act even paddock all right we'll get into all that when we come back keep a it lacks the breakfast cup dimona gives kendrick lamar supple yeah i remember sandwich now count on my selami might count down i'll say what my way we need my way no oh my case you wing don't you i am telling the premium dan just i still mercedes i still weighed his funk my nash well jess way by well how and the spy row we like me down now his levels poet you went now the now no lil hullah liam now sundown whoa lau hullah liam danny half my day on my daddy think of blowing them your home i'm so sick and tired of the photoshop shown that you're running joanie something to go up all right now with this is too crazy the admiral from eighty how much i know fabric gaining eight monte thank you pain as they might is not a g h this take great the ap got they dare doubt what must house being you if my pilot beat the outcome i'm the populist be humble for now.
"mensah" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"This is where odds i get thrown out of mensah this i i think you have to talk to a personal injury lawyer there's no question about it yeah there's no way around this i how badly hurt were your folks uh my mom had later left are like actor who ran fractured her okay okay that yet yeah that's enough you've after the the first half a sentence that was enough so you did lee want to get hold of a uh a good personal injury lawyer and i see that the steps that you take and you've got a handle on a lotta com uh there's a bunch there and also you can ask a around it and just just start talking to people this is one of those things where you want to interview people you don't want to just jump you have to feel really good about war you're you want to say okay how experienced you have how many cases have you done i'll because this is big enough that you really want a true true true professional it's not to say the warriors i talk about or not true professionals but this is a complex personal injury piece of litigation in their lawyers is specialize in that or do a lot of that so that's where you want to go on that one e man that's a tough one and it was a a headon two suzy high suzy welcome to handle on the law i i questionnaire i have a home that i want to lead drank rat or putting their name on the pie it'll be getting abc without having to do well and then having to cope to probate and her sure you can do that now there may be an issue as ju attacks issue by putting them on tidal and we're talking about gift taxes because let's say the houses were four hundred thousand dollars and you have one hundred thousand equity i dollars and then you leave cheer grandkids are they already go on the house okay now you own half the house you've just giving them two hundred thousand dollars suzy oh you think there's there they're absolutely is an issue as two putting them on not legally.
"mensah" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Look at this and i don't know why they would do that well he's one of these he's like the joe are pie ally laura i would they are they really going to you by two thousand three thousand people is and i don't know why they would do that well he's one of these he's like the joe are pie ally laura i would they are they really going to you that two thousand three thousand people who has said swart's sworn officers will be in every shot you're checking ids now this part i don't even know if that's this go heart i can kinda get behind they'll be checking ids and then it's as simple as i said swart's sworn officers will be in every shot you're checking ids now this part i don't even know if that is this heart i can kinda get behind they'll be checking ids and then as has settled legal particularly there's no probable cause to stop anybody there has to be some kind of probable cause to say i want your id and so i don't think i don't think that's going to fly but of course this is our winter haven florida i've i don't know if that's a particularly conservative area it is okay i've yeah well the lesson here is stay out of jail now i think the lesson is i've i don't know if that's a particularly conservative area it is okay i've yeah it will the lesson here is stay out of jail no i think the lesson is but follow through with your responsibilities yes thing you do with someone has worn and shows up at the jail a couple things happen immediately the arrest will happen they immediately have to resign from mensah that's why cuts that's one of the rules order how many men some members it had a legal warrants that's not fair oh as the what really cress have an all happens if you feel terrible about your mensah yeah i've done i don't want to have to be forced to quit men's metered mixture during the break you show us your mensah card i'd love to see wearing a good c looks like right hang on we find coming back oh we're going to give away our show you how you can win tickets to the iheart radio music festival and we'll do that upon our retirement.
"mensah" Discussed on Channel 33
"Yeah hello fame as mike peters and i'm a staff writer with the and this is special edition of the channel 33 podcasts i'm here with rapper vic mensah how you doing today avenue so around the release of the manuscript you went to real talk ninety two point three when you were talking about the upcoming albums audubon graphia out on friday july 28th and you said that it was going to be more personal and on the i saw would samples of the stir odd director called that now which i only know that because i saw it in a breaking bad episode mother does where the producer smoker ono sought to see is a fear that 1c worry light puts the thing in a in the hood of the car i haven't seen the sooner we haven't seen it i knew the song oh randy because my boys the almisaa really dopeban from chicago that still version the you here right at the beginning of the record they been playing as song for like ten years in there live concert so that's how i knew of the song i always thought it was their song actually a really year blighted day was his mother had told you that it was actually dorado that saying it i mean i wasn't surprise you know 'cause account thought it could be a cover but i had never heard the original i think i think i'd only heard their version and when i came back and they had the they had to be going smuggling poppy beats houses psycho we gotta get the omar's version 'cause you know they've been plan is song forever soma boycotted lang who also worked on sown deny and.
"mensah" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs
"Mensah underlie its effect on cognition am where as mataafa no seems to work on dopamine as well as a a load of other annuar transmits as well so as kind of language will complicate pharmacology what you don't radi understand fully yet say you mentioned that these these drugs are prescribed for other things but people have started taking them to try and get this cognitive enhancement affected out sometimes nine a smart drugs as well on a year smart drugs nootropics as well as another one okay so this with maybe already announced this what's the what's the appeal of cognitive enhances what's the appeal of smarter so i guess the appeal is the idea the can improve concentration or the ability to perform tasks for people are already so say for example in the workplace people are already performing their kind of like moxham ability they might taken because it might help improves the basically what we've got is the idea that people want to perform better or to gain some kind of advantage for example in an academic setting the might want to use everything that disposal to get an advantage over there appears so whether be you know kind of so there's a lot of ways you can do it by kind of making sure you have good nutrition could be well rested during exercise but if people might also decide that they wish to take some kind of pharmacies with they believe that that is going to help them gain some kind of competitive advantage yellow the shortcuts easytotake compelled an instant make sure your family rested if you're trying to meet deadlines not thing said to be much about who is using smart drugs much about the prevalence of them or anything like that has that kind of research being done.