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Debates commission denies Trump request for 4th debate
"The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, rejected a request from the Trump campaign to either add an additional general election debate or move up the calendar for the contest. In a letter To trump private attorney Rudy Giuliani, which is the Trump campaign's Mia's onto the commission. The commission wrote that it is committed to its existing schedule of three debates between Trump And his Democratic challenger Joe Biden, saying it would consider adding 1/4 debate on Ly if both sides agree to it. Both major party nominees have agreed to participate in the three scheduled debates.
Election 2020: Biden's VP Pick
"There's plenty of general reporting out there about each of the possible women who Joe Biden might pick to be his vice president. We're here now to understand the Jewish angle for each of these impressive women to learn what American Jews should know about each of these candidates that might make them more supportive or concerned. So we're going to go one by one and get the Jewish angle from our guest Jacob Corn Blue, the national politics reporter for Jewish insider. Jacob. Thank you for joining us to be back. Let's start with Comma Harris a former candidate for the Democratic nomination a popular senator from California the State with the second largest Jewish population in the country. What's the Jewish angle on Senator Harris? First of all, she married to a Zionist of that Iraqi gets her a Jewish scientist. Yes. So that gives an upper hand in this Jewish of IPE stakes I think that Kamala Harris gives a lot. She adds up to the ticket number one just because she was a popular candidate and people. So her at the start as a rising star and somebody who can really take this to the very end unfortunately it for ourselves she didn't win the primaries should take on. Joe. Biden pretty early which gave. That rise in the polls in the only of twenty twenty. I will say that Biden. Biden comes to see who is preferred choice for Veep Kamala Harris has a big name recognition. Is Obviously arised star and her background, a label as being a black woman from California. But was so high tides in the Senate and in the Jewish community. So the pros are out. The cons are that I'm not sure Biden Israeli looking for someone on the ticket would potentially overshadow him not because Harris Donald understand that if she's on the ticket, she's number two and she's there to serve the presidential nominee and possibly the president. But Because Camera Harris ran on the same slop because she is a bishop you know she can overshadow him in media appearances and potentially as vice president of being a little more independent and vocal than let's say, Dick Cheney and pence on camera beyond the you know the happy coincidence of the Jewish husband is there anything in particular that Jews should know about Senator Harris is policy stances? What has she? Done on issues Anti Semitism, what has she done on supporting Israel, other issues of concern to the Jewish community I guess close ties with APEC obviously. She's spoken at several APEC conferences but she also appealed to the mainstream of the Democratic Party She's not seen as a controversial figure amongst progressives say as someone who is too pro Israel for them she will reflect the same policies that Biden Obama and. Anybody, else running a Democratic Party other than on the an Warren's she would you know align herself with the second policy views? So I don't think she's outstanding. She's not too long in the Senate to look back at a record by think, she has a strong provisions record and she is aligned itself with the mainstream of the Democratic Party next, let's talk about political MIA fights, Susan, rice, Susan Rice served. As US ambassador to the UN in President Obama's first term and his national security adviser in his second going even further back in time actually I think I think she was the youngest ever assistant secretary of State She was you know thirty three or something like that when President Clinton in Nineteen Ninety eight made her the system secretary of State for Africa what did you need to know about Susan? Rice. Well Susan Rice first of all is A. Mixed emotions about Susan, Rice obviously, she has good ties with prominence numbers of the Jewish community and she has a record serving as national security adviser and embassador to the UN on their Obama Democrats SAPORTA. Mostly Obama's policy when it comes to how other than the last UN Security Council. Two, three, three, four, a resolution, and just mind our listeners about two three four why that was controversial. The only time when Obama. ABSTAINED ON APRIL then. All on settlements that you know really couldn't dent on Obama's record when it comes to a majority of American Jews talking about Republican Jews, all those. In Israel who soul Obama as being the more salt when it comes to the Palestinian issue. But Susan Rice obviously had a this overlap from being a national security adviser and the to the UN. Obviously, she was a controversial figure on this front. She was criticized by Dennis. Ross by the full hug combative style. When came to the Palestinian issue on the other hand, she has very strong ties with somebody like a Fox who is very vocal in his pro Israel stats
Abby Wambach: If you're not a good leader on the bench, you cannot call yourself a good leader on the field.
"Hey everyone. This show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. The scam is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen. Today, we have a very special guest joining us abby Wambach is here with us on skin from the couch she is a two time Olympic gold medalist, a FIFA World Cup champion, and a member of the national soccer hall of fame. Also, she hasn't slowed down in retirement she is now a New York Times. Author and equal pay activists. We I had the pleasure of meeting abby when we spoke to her wife, Glennon Doyle on the show in March and we dragged her onto the podcast as well, and if you haven't listened to that episode, go check it out. It's a good one abby. Thank you so much for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the catch. Yeah. Thanks for having me. I'm so thrilled and honored to be with you all on three different couches. Thou-. Before. We jump into our first question I have to tell you I was looking at our prep for this and there was one bullet in here. That has really made me laugh as I have to share it, which is that you used to have a special card that got you a free Burrito a day from AAA but it stopped working when you're retired that seems passive aggressive for sure to Poli what the F.. Yeah. So when I first got this card, it was Gosh I must've been ten years ago now and you know like the gold cards portly for life like essentially my name is on it and you guys don't know how I go way back. From the early days and I mean I would get a Burrito. Day You guys we're both creatures of habits. I respect this. Yeah. It was crazy and this is before we really knew how many calories were in each burrito. Bowl that I would make or Burrito early days. and. So then yeah, of course when I retired, I was super excited to still be able to get one free Burrito a week for year, but they never really checked up on it but then I think when I got a family when I married Glenn and attained. That you know fifteen dollar meal. Turned into a sixty five dollar meal or seventy dollars meal for the whole family and pull was like I. Don't know if we're GONNA keep floating this for her so. It was a good run while it lasted I'm sorry that you've struggled with that but I did make me laugh as read. So, we're going to jump into our very first question. We'd like to ask everybody it just skim your resume skin my resume. It's so funny because when you retire, that's like that's essentially what I've had to do over the last four or five years of my life since retiring from playing on the national team, and if people don't really know I played for a long time on our women's national team. So Ski. My life I'm the youngest of seven children I grew up in Rochester New York, and I went to the University of Florida and played soccer there for four seasons where after I was drafted number two by the way just remember this folks you don't get drafted number one. You can still succeed I was drafted number two out of college to go play for a team called The Washington freedom the best player in. The world at the time. Mia. Hamm played on that team and it really changed my life because we were able to develop a connection that then transferred into me getting called into the national team and playing on the national team in scoring goals in the national team, and then I had a pretty long career representing his country won a gold medal. I want a couple of medals actually I won a fee. For Women's World Cup. World. Cup. I should say it doesn't matter if you're a guy or girl that's pretty awesome in my retirement I have kind of taken on this activism role that when I play ironically when I played I was a little bit more like just go and do my job and we were going to show our activism rather than talk about it. But when you quit playing, you gotta actually transfer that. Because I can't play anymore I can't show it in the ways that I used to. So I've transitioned into becoming a public speaker and an activist and apparent and wife, and that is my skin. Has a great skin? What is it like to be really good at something where young 'cause I have? No clue. Yeah I mean it's confidence building you know I felt like. Okay. I know that I'm good at this thing over here but I think you know all of us have our little things right? Like no matter what kind of. Place we grew up or family we grew up in or what kind of trauma we we experienced as a child because we all do some of US feel like we're unlovable my case in particular some of us were neglected. Some of us were over parented like we all have problems inside of our family dynamics that for me really allowed me to and gave me the courage to propel in this kind of an individualistic career. So when I was young I kind of was a very big risk taker. I was a free spirit is what they called me, I think that's what they call children who don't follow the rules as much as their parents want them to and I think that the other side of that coin is I was really trying to get the attention of my parents, right. So the very thing that might have felt trauma or hardship from in my childhood is the very thing that made me successful. So I have to always remember that like as much as I as young as seven children. As much as all of us wanted the attention of our parents, I do think that kind of parent team actually shaped me and and allowed me to explore this competitiveness inside. In this drive and this embiid to go after what I needed and what I wanted. So I give a lot of credit to that form of parenting into that trauma
Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles
"Natalie Portman among those launching women's soccer team in Los Angeles to highlight heroes that are women by an m peterson of the associated, press. Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist. Karen, Nordmann lead a group that will bring an expansion national women's Soccer League team to the Los Angeles area in twenty, twenty two. The team tentatively named Angel. City will bring the League to eleven teams. Louisville AFC will join the nine current. NWS L. Clubs next season. Portman. Nordmann are joined by gaming. Entrepreneur Julie Erman. The consortium President in the majority female group others involved include actors, evil Longoria. America Ferrara, Jennifer Garner and Ouzo a Deuba. Tech Entrepreneur and Reddit Co founder Alexis Oh Hainian the husband of tennis star. Serena, Williams is the lead investor through his firm initialized capital. Portman Nordmann and urban all have a financial stake in the team. I think it's so important to have role models and heroes that are women for kids both boys and girls to see, and it's just such an incredible sport in that it really is a team Sport Portman, said in an interview with the Associated Press. You see one woman success, and all the others are cheering her on because one woman success is the whole team's success among the founding group are more than a dozen former players, including mia a ham, Abby Wambach and Julie Foudy. Other female business leaders. Portman said she heard Wambach. A former US national team. Forward speak at a time is up event and started thinking about how female athletes are regarded in society. Then she and Nordmann met Becca Rue, the executive director of the US Women's National Team Players Association. We started going to games, and we just got so into it, and it was just kind of a revolution to see my son and. And his friends, these little eight year, old boys at the time wanting to wear their REPEA-, no jerseys and Alex Morgan Jerseys I was like. Wow, this would be a different world. It wasn't unusual to them at all. Portman said there were hints that the group was coming together last year when Portman Gardner Longoria and other celebrities went to a national team exhibition game at L. AFC stadium before the World Cup. The women also reached out to a local supporters group that has been campaigning to bring a team to Los Angeles. The plan is to bring on additional investors as the team takes shape. We knew that there would be a strong and passionate supporters group here to support this and from there it was about. How do we do this in the right way? How do we do this differently Urman said? The group is partnering with the La Eighty Four Foundation. A nonprofit formed after the nineteen eighty four Los Angeles Olympics that promotes youth sports. Angel City also announced its formal support of the foundations play the fund aimed at helping kids in minority and underserved communities. We believe these players need to be playing on one of the best stages in the world, but we also know that we have the power and the platform and the voice to make a meaningful impact in our community. Erm, said, and so it's important for us to do that from day one in the same way that we are building to put eleven incredible players on the field from day one. The NWS cell, which began play in twenty, thirteen was the first professional team sport to return to action in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the challenge. Cup, tournament, in Utah, the semifinals are set for Wednesday. The official name of the Los Angeles Club and where it will play are expected to be announced later this year. The growth trajectory of the NWS L. is incredibly exciting, but we also need to be strategic and thoughtful about how fast we expand and the communities. We partner with and W ESL, commissioner. Lisa Baird said in a statement Tuesday. We've long sought the right partner in L. A. Considering the NWS L. Fan base that already exists in the region and the massive interest in women's soccer in general.
National Collections: You could become the guardian of a major houseplant genus
"You are a regular listener to the show, you will know that I have visited various national collections of house plants for example, the pepperoni Mia Collection of Sallie Williams and Mercy Marci's spider plant collection clarify Tim Komo Zim, but what are these national collections? And what do they do I? Go to press release this week from the charity plot heritage, who runs the National Collection Scheme here in the UK, telling me that they were on the hunt for national collection holders for some missing Genera- an among those missing generate were to that we as houseplant lovers know all about, and that's Hoyer and try to scan tier so I thought I. I would give plant heritage a cool and find out a little bit more about what being national collision holder involves. My name is Vicky Cook and I'm the conservation manager here. At plot heritage I have an audience of global proportions, so lots of people pops all fully aware of what plant heritage in the UK what you do. Can you just give us a little positives through plum heritage plot heritage was founded in the nineteen seventies, and it seems damage to ensure that the incredible diversity of cultivated plot that we have in this country remain available for generations to come and I said. We've got a really strong history in the UK of. The Plant Gardens from from the plant hunters enrolled plant breeders, the Grande Estates, and just the enthusiastic which public we're a nation of. And we've huge diverse garden flora, but there's a you know a mechanism. Otherwise that was realized in the seventy s to stop as losing, and if you know any good plans and one of the delightful things about these national collections that you mentioned is that it means people who live the country who are really passionate about particular species or genus who have a taking care of. Of these plants and recording their collections, and making sure that they stay around forever, which is fantastic, but you don't have all of the different Genera- that we grow in our houses and gardens covered, and this is where we've got. This got this press release the other day from you about your missing Genera and I was very excited. Slash worried to see the two of them are. Generally very much favorites of mine. Can you tell me about what you're doing to try to sort out these missing Genera? And and the trans- county and Hoyer Genera- Jeff Genus in particular, although we've got six hundred and fifty plot collections all around the country that in no way covers all of the different plant groups that we grow in the UK. And the role of the national collections are to to collect more or less all you can of that particular Genus Plant Group documented develop conserve for the future, and and also research to and become an authority on that plot group so. Year we try and identify maybe the top ten most interesting plot groups that we would like to see somebody step forward for and become an actual connection holder for and yeah as you say to, them happened to be hoyer and try discount in tastic I cannot believe that no one has the whole national collection slightly disturbed by this spot, because the temptation to apply is great, but I don't think I've got the skills. What's involved in having a national collection or applying for one so well? The first thing really is to have a passion for your punk rock I think that probably goes. Goes without that question, but then the first thing to do would be to to get in touch ready, and we can give you. Some advice and guidance have to get stopped. It's it might be that you don't have many plans to start with them. We can give you some guidance on how to focus the scope of a connection so some groups a huge, and you might not want to own have space for all of them, but we can give advice by maybe collecting all the cultivars of a particular species within that group for everything that was intr- introduced by certain breeder or person. And then yeah, then the next thing is to start collecting and documenting and making sure that you've got good labeling. Systems and records are in order, and then yeah, you can make an application to have an extra clock election soons easy, but how how many plants are we talking about here? I? mean how many different Hoya species of you identified. That might might come under this hoyer national collection. Is it many well? It's difficult to say because there's about eighteen species and cultivars currently in the rhs plot finder, which is what we use as general. Guide to to what is currently available but I. I've no doubt there are plenty more available with specialists around the country, so it would be interesting to see for of these more tropical plant group. Currently easing cultivation in the UK and what you find out so sometimes people started thinking Oh. This is like a nice small plot report. Collect that, but the more you start digging, the more you realize how much she's out there.
Apple makes a new, exclusive, 'podcast'
"Apple is making its own Daily News Show Apple News today which the company calls, a podcast is exclusive to apple podcasts, and there's no RSS feed hits visible, but doesn't play on the apple podcasts website to the verge claims it's only available in the US Canada, the UK and Australia. The editorial however seems entirely US focused. It wasn't mentioned in spotify's launch yesterday, but then launch into Russia does not include podcasting the. The market for them is nascent. spotify told Reuters it's something that'll be important to us. Over time did a spotify VP GUSTAF Gillenhammer spotify Russia's instagram account says we're working on. It specifies lack of podcasts. In Russia, will probably be talking point, ask listen. It's the first podcast festival in Russia a free virtual event on August, the first second and it's added to our list of podcast events at pod DOT events. audio boom has signed a bunch of new shows to their network, including idiot with Chris Hardwick and the tiny meet gang. It's also renewed contracts with no such thing as a fish and true crime podcast Morbid Acosta's added a virtual storefront for the marketplace it allows advertisers to browse and discover shows that fit their desired audience, and actually allows anyone to so if you. You want men aged between eighteen and twenty in the US who likes comedy and history can the alarmist is for your apparently Triton digital is podcast platform Omni studio has enabled tools for exclusive podcasts with secure podcast feeds and players. It's been announced at East. Cooper from Mama Mia is now an executive producer for podcasting at. Nova entertainment in Sydney Congratulations Elise pricing for. The podcasting Leo. LaPorte says he's unhappy about what the future might hold for. podcasting eventually fell, be three or four companies. He says that own all podcasts kantle very dramatically. Change the kind of stuff you listen to, and if you're thinking of making a podcast APP, you might want to rethink that they're hard. Case he borne writes a good piece on why podcast APPs fail especially once that promise social features in podcast news today quizzes is a new trivial cuisine. You can play along with your friends or on your own produced by Mama Mia and Gordon's Gin. If you like pub quizzes, this is just the tonic. We see what they've done that. Zigzagged the business show about being human returns today it's part of the Ted family of podcast and hosted by Monica Zomorodian who asks what is the path to Kinda more sustainable way? What the FA catcher is a popular thirty podcast returns today for a second season takes a look at all things good food. Produce Sustainability and great recipes and tips and Kim. CIDER is new media podcast hosted by Chris Peterson of kindred media, the first episode talks about recent mergers and acquisitions in podcasting iheartmedia spotify, Sirius, Xm and Kim Kardashian West and Chris should know he created and launched the IHEART podcast network and worked at tune in,
Bobby Bonilla 'took the Mets to the woodshed' with his lucrative 25-year deal
"Have spent a lot of their day on social media celebrating Bobby Bania Day. It's come every July 1st since 2011. And still has 15 years to go. Mia gets an annual lump sum of about $1.2 million money, the Mets differed with interest instead of paying off the rest of his contract. They only owed him six million back in 1999. Marc Renee, 10. 10 wins Sports
Israeli court releases anti-Netanyahu activist after arrest
"Jerusalem court has ordered the release of a former Air force general and leading activists opposed to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's rule, whose arrest prompted hundreds to protest outside the Israeli leaders. Residents General Mia Haskell had Bean, a leader of the protest movement against the CIA, who demanding the longtime leader steps down while facing charges of fraud, breach off trust and accepting bribes. Haskell and several others were detained on Friday in what police say was an illegal demonstration because the protesters blocked roads. Now, his lawyer has told Israeli army radio. The quarters released him without conditions, saying protesting is the foundation of democracy.
Israeli court releases anti-Netanyahu activist after arrest
"Court has ordered the release of a former air force general and leading activists opposed to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's rule, whose arrest prompted hundreds to protest outside the Israeli leaders. Residents General Mia Haskell had Bean, a leader of the protest movement against the CIA, who demanding the longtime leader steps down while facing charges of fraud, which off trust and accepting bribes. Haskell and several others were detained on Friday in what police say was an illegal demonstration because the protesters blocked roads. Now, his lawyer has told Israeli army radio. The quarters released him without conditions, saying Protesting is the foundation of democracy. I'm
Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben's, Rooted in Racist Imagery, to Change
"It's a seismic shift for a more than century old brand with a controversial history today, the Pepsico unit that sells aunt Jemima products, says it's dropping the name and image that's long been used on its pancake mixes and syrups because of its origins in racist imagery of black people also today the Mars Company said it would change its uncle Ben's brand and Conagra said it's putting its Mrs Butterworth's brand under review. They're just some of the companies that are reexamining their histories, products and messaging amid nationwide calls for racial justice and Equality. Joining me now to discuss how big brands are responding or Wall Street Journal, business columnist John Stole and reporter Jennifer Maloney. So, let's start with the big decision today from Pepsico to retire. Aunt Jemima products. This is a huge change. The brand dates back to the late eighteen hundreds Jennifer. What's changed the company's opinion on using the imagery and the name here? What did you hear from Pepsi? They say that in the wake of the killing of George Floyd they recognize that and Jemima's origins are based on racial stereotype, and that while they have made changes over the years to update the brand in a manner that they said was intended to be appropriate and respectful that they now realizes that those changes aren't enough just to look back at the history of this brand. It dates back to eighteen eighty nine. It was inspired by popular song called Old Aunt. My that was typically performed in minstrel shows by a white man. Man in black face, and the creators of the pancake brand hired a former enslaved woman named Nancy Green to be the spokeswoman. She made her debut at a world's fair in Chicago in eighteen ninety three singing in telling stories and making pancakes outside booth, designed to look like giant flour barrel, and the packaging has featured an image of a black woman. Originally, she wore a head scarf the over the years. That image has evolved in thousand, nineteen, hundred nine. The company updated the imagery and replaced the headscarf with Pearl earrings analyst caller. And this isn't the only brand that's acted in recent years or even recent weeks at this point to remove offensive stereotypes, but this moment really feels like something of a sea change in the way, companies are thinking about an also responding more immediately to calls for Racial Justice John. Do you see an increase in responsiveness on the part of major companies in this particular moment? I think the era that we're in right now is kind of. Let's turn over the most obvious things that we can do it. My mind went to completely different. People grew, but you think about the Washington Redskins for instance I? I mean for years. There's been complaints about anti-obama for years. There's been complaints about the Washington redskins and it takes a moment like this for a company to say okay. We need to do the obvious thing that is right by our consumers and our employees. You know you have to remember like it's not just the the consumers and the shelves at stores that the PepsiCo executives or executives at other companies are worried about. They're worried about. Their employees are workforces their stockholders. There's a lot of constituents here that they have to think about before making a move in any other direction and I think. We learned a couple years ago when Nike took a proactive move and canceled a shoe that Colin Kaepernick said would potentially be offensive to the black community. It really was a line in the sand. Where I think the company said. Let's err on the side of caution. It is interesting to see. Not just PepsiCo, but other brands thinking about everything from the way that they advertise market to the way that they speak internally to employees to whether they're not. They're going to sell or buy facial recognition that could potentially be disadvantageous to certain racists. The Big Litmus test for me is whether or not or companies stopped doing stupid stuff. I mean it's amazing. How many companies just put their foot in it over and over again on issues that most most Americans would say that just was not a good. Add to even think about. Our ad got leaked. oops, you're like. Wait a minute. Greenlighted the idea in the first place, so you know I you've seen. Companies create chief diversity officers, the board of directors getting involved there will be an extra layer scrutiny for quite some time on every brand in existence, and then on top of that all of the initiatives going forward. Yeah and to that point, Jennifer. It seems that we are seeing an uptick in companies that are responding more immediately. We also heard from the company behind the Uncle Ben's brand today. Right Mars which makes uncle. Ben's Rice told The Wall Street Journal that it will change its ankle brand. It doesn't know exactly how or when, but they say that they're evaluating all possibilities, and they have committed to making a change. We also saw. Saw earlier this year that land lakes dropped the indigenous woman Mia. It had long featured on its packaging. The company said that that was meant to better reflect its culture. She had first appeared in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, and kneeling in sort of stereotypical clothing and clutching Orlando Container, so we're seeing some of these iconic brands that sort of have drawn on racial stereotypes, really doing some soul-searching right now, I mean. When the NFL. Reverses Course on activities that for a long time it tried to stand at standard arm's length from like kneeling during the national anthem, and now has reversed course as aggressively as they have. It shows the force of the moment that we are in, and it also shows I think finally a level of recognition that a big part of the employee base in the NFL or a big part of the consumer base at Pepsi are not just black. They're also empathetic and agreeing with. The social progress that has kind of being signalled with the demonstrations with the constant drumbeat of black lives, matter or whatever other people group. Legitimately marginalized or offended by age old practices. And how big of a role is the public pressure playing here I mean not just demonstrators and. who are out in the streets, but also pressure for these companies from within from their own employees we've seen employees feel more empowered, and and far more bold to say what they feel. And to get the discussion from a discussion to actual action, I mean I think I've done interviews for twenty years about discussions. We've got to have a discussion. We've got a dialogue. We've got to get this out into the public. Square and I think people are saying. Hey, enough is enough. It's like we gotta do something. It's like when people complain. After a mass shooting about thoughts and prayers, thoughts and prayers are great, but they're not going to bring back my son or they're not gonna change this happening again. We need action and I think employees are starting to say. You can put the statement out. You can put the tweet out. You can change the your your your twitter profile whatever you WanNa do for a day or two, but what are going to be the steps to lasting and meaningful change. The employees are definitely starting to feel that way. Yeah, it also seems like there's a much bigger call to action. Now I mean I've spoken to co workers and friends about all the messages were getting via email from companies. You wouldn't think would normally weigh in on issues of racial justice, but. It seems like this is a time where people are saying. Need more than just words, so is what we're seeing from big brands enough. Well, this is what big companies across the United States and beyond are grappling with right now. Their own workforce's are demanding significant structural change. And so you see companies sort of racing, not just to put out statements to supporting black lives matter movement, but. To introduce new initiatives policies in terms of hiring in terms of charitable, giving in terms of you know trying to promote people of color up through the ranks of the organization diversify their boards, and I think we're going to see more as the days and weeks progress, but we already have seen a number of announcements from companies to pledging. Actions and and trying to put money where their mouth is.
Police unions dig in as calls for reform grow
"States across the US are in their second straight week of protests over the killing of George Floyd by a police officer many hope to see police reform they have reached a current though and that's often the police unions to talk about the role of police unions and the power they hold over reforms we have Booker Hodges assistant commissioner at the Minnesota department of public safety and let's bring it round the lord a police union labor negotiator former police officer and the former president of a state wide police union in Texas run thank you so much for joining us well thanks for having me we're getting a lot of comments from the moment given example one listener tweets it seems all other unions are under attack but police unions only gets stronger what accounts for this and then Richard tweets the left is finally realizing public unions make it very difficult to remove crappy employees teacher police if you suck at your job you've got to find another job these these questions Rauner kind of centered around what makes police unions different I think and could you answer that for us to can we look back to the history of police used to get the answer well sure and I think the I always call it kind of the duck billed platypus of unions they're in a union but they don't look like other unions and there's a big reason for that because of the nineteen nineteen Boston police strike it pretty much wiped out unionization in America until really into the nineteen sixties they do said paternal so ninety eighty five ninety percent of all the police United States do not belong to the AFL-CIO they have one chartered union and it's a it's a small percentage so the police were late getting into the labor firefighters had an international in nineteen eighty S. all the public employee unions construction units you know that some of those are a hundred years old so police were late to the game they were used in many times as strike breakers and picket lines and so they didn't gravitate in there tend to be conservative by nature so their unions look different but they're still just working people their blue collar working people who form the groups who have become adept at using the American political system to increase our wages and pay in for job security so I'm not ashamed to be in a policeman or representing the police they can only do in a increase their strength or get their message out it's all illegitimate nature so different than people that are anti gun and pro gun you know free speech no free speech in America everyone has a right to speak out on things so well of concern to their members we got this tweet Booker from Tracey Wheeler and she mentions what Ron just said about the fraternal order of police Tracy says the police union's name the fraternal order of police is symbolic of the fact that it operates like an old boys club officers who speak up about bad cop behavior are ostracized in this culture and I want to put this book or in the context of what we heard earlier from you lie at the the Marshall project who was saying that often times African American cops don't want to join leadership because they don't want to be part of that culture yes so yeah I think there's there are some differences between African American officers on what offices regarding union membership I mean mia love the vast majority of my career I was in the union I was a union president you know so I didn't have some of those issues but a lot of the other people I know who are in other organizations did have issues regarding how that they didn't feel that the union represented them or didn't defend them as strongly as they did white officer so I I I'm fully aware that that issue does exist within the labor unions run it sounds like you wanted to respond to that as well well that issue exist in America so you could say I'm a seventy two year old white man who grew up in the south where our view the world may be different than a black person my age who grew up different but men and women officers have different views about things Hispanic officers have different views are Asian awesome so that's in it in and of itself but you have to say policing in America is eighty five percent means there's been no woman firefighter president that I'm aware of any part of union in America ever so so we look at it and then we say yes but they appear to be older white men yes but there haven't democratic elections welcome back officers in America only about twelve percent of the police no less maybe nineteen so that's wrong but the pollution is not hurting anybody the city hires the city provides room recruitment in six cities were even worse off when it comes to female officers their lesson about twelve percent of the police which is half the number of Canada Australia and other European countries so thank you in that profession is eighty five percent median and whatever sixty seventy percent white means that white men tend to gravitate up yes but lots of officers don't become involved in the
Finding Your Own Path to Personal Growth
"Eight signs. You're a perfectionist by MIA of she dreams all day DOT com. Being. A perfectionist is a true struggle. Because truth, be told there is no such thing as perfect still so many people have an ongoing daily battle with wanting to be an feel perfect. If you built your life around wanting to be perfect, you'll be waiting indefinitely. Perfectionism is the devil, the mean best friend of productivity, and it wastes so much time. So how do you know if you're a perfectionist mall? If you resonate with any of these signs, it might mean that you have been bitten by the perfectionism bug. What is perfectionism? The Google defines a perfectionist as follows refusal to accept any standards short of perfection. I define a perfectionist as being someone who is constantly under his or her own control and struggling with having a fixed mindset. Perfectionism is a mindset, a mindset that is in no way serving you or your dreams. When you're showing signs of being a perfectionist, you have super high ideals for yourself and feel as you'll never meet them. Perfectionism is when you avoid the feeling of shame and failure. Number One, you have the all or nothing mindset. The, all or nothing were fixed. Mindset is a regular with perfectionists is basically means having the thought patterns than those with a growth mindset. A fixed mindset keeps you stuck in the same place, and he only act on things that are familiar from your past in situations that feel safe to your brain. There is no forward motion. A lot of perfectionists seemed to think that since they are so in a personal development, they have a growth mindset, but this isn't always the case. Wanting to grow and develop as a person is not the same as taking action despite feeling putting yourself out there to grow and getting results from it. That is what growth. Dealer nothing mindset speaks to the either or scenario the outcome as to either be perfect, or they'll be no outcome at all. You're either a success or failure. This mindset puts enormous pressure on you, and it's definitely not serving you dreamer. Number two. You fear failure. Fearing failure is an undoubted trend for perfection S. if you're any sort of negative emotion, really shame, self-doubt failure is security any or all of these. You have a fear of putting yourself out there and going out of your comfort zone because he want to avoid the emotion that it will cause for you. Putting yourself out there means you'll be exposed. Naked and vulnerable perfectionist tried to escape any signs of failure or situations that might put them in an uncomfortable situation where they won't be able to be seen as perfect. Number three. You might have trust issues. Trusting other people. Even the people you love might be an issue for you. If you're a perfectionist zest, do fear of letting go of control. Once things are out of your hands and put into someone. Else's you. No longer have control of the perfect result. You. The idea that something needs to be done perfectly. You have to do it yourself. Letting go of this need for control and learning to trust other people is crucial for overcoming. Perfectionism is one of these signs. You're a perfectionist. Number Four. You should all over yourself. perfectionist spend a lot of their time in Shoulda WOULDA COULDA land. You waste time thinking about things you should do versus actually taking massive action. The promise being a perfectionist is that you know was good for you and move the needle when it comes to your dreams and goals, you don't execute on it because he feared an imperfect outcome. Therefore you stay perfectly put in sugar land, the keyword being perfect.
"mia" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"You're a majority of bulldogs. They have a flat face. And, so she can never get the bottom of the cup, and it's absolutely hilarious. Watching her try. She has us now. She's sitting there trying so far in and absolutely like you. She loves loves the whipped cream and the cup and she tries so hard to get. Answers. So funny and she makes them mess everywhere to and she. Really big personality. When, the Eliezer Oh my God I feel so bad leaving her even images related a couple hours I'll even for a few seconds. Running errands and Halsey was in the back seat. MIA gets out to go. Get something to our mom in Halsey is out the window for her. M just like an video this on my holy mumps, and be right back, and she just on one leg with her paws up on like the little armrest, looking for you like she was very concerned where you went, and you were gone for less than five minutes i. know absolutely the cutest thing. It cracks me up. Absolutely Adore Halsey. Yard Dog. I mean people like French bulldogs? Don't get me wrong are very expensive. But they are very. They have a certain level of crackhead, energy. She always wants to play. She was just in here like five minutes ago. And was brought the ball on the bed and was trying to nudge MIA to get him to play ball with her. Yeah, no, she's a pain in the butt. We love her. Yes, absolutely, She's so cute! I cannot wait to have the second French in the high. No I hope she's nice to it I know she's used to be only puppies. Yes. Spoiled only child so until she's not trying to fight with the dog and yeah, being the dominant one I think we're GONNA. Get a girl to another girl. Just it'd be easier to have to grow puppies rather than a boy and the. 'cause we know a lot of people that how? French bulldogs, and they've always said they have a problem with like peeing everywhere in the house on furniture. Got A boy, we'd have to get one of things. We have girls like this really much. Easier. We'll see how she reacts to that well hopefully good I mean considering how she's acted around. Other French you've got the race tracks. She makes them this weird like noise and she tries to get their attention. What are you doing? My quit doing that, so I I hope she doesn't continue. Being that she does I know because it is quite noxious. Maybe she'll do it enough. She'll get the point where she'll make the dog fear her, and that would be enough. Themselves are so weird. They don't even sell if they'd come from a dog. They do as I would like a bark. Bark. And it's just like what are you doing? Its Own Baresi when you're out in public. Doing. Now. Is like a coin for your dog. Come from my phone. Now my dogs said a, but she is I remember one race Lucas oil and me and her were making your way to the stand sailboat race. Well, she keeps stopping and I'm like hosie. We go. We're late in taking all time that we do not have. In, so she has little harness and there's like a little Handle is a handle on the back. and. She stops in this like ten times. She stopped, and we've barely even loved the trailer. And so I..
"mia" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Other bands. She liked to jam with. The band seven year bitch meet an album. They called Viva. Zapata, which was a tribute to Mia. Plenty of rockers came out to pay homage to their friend who was taken too soon. Joan Jett even joined. The gets for a brief period, and they call themselves evil. STIG, which is gets lives spelled backward. Mia Story captured national attention, spawning documentaries and TV shows. America's most wanted and loved mysteries both covered me a story. Hers is one of the rare ones where the bad evil man was a total stranger, attacking at random and robbing the music industry and the world of the person whose music could have impacted so many. ONSTAGE MIA was fierce and had a. don't mess with me attitude. She was a hardcore feminist. Liking discrim on onstage without care for WHO's toes. She stepped on. Me wanted to make herself heard and in the end music was the best and most appropriate tribute to her. Seattle Homicide Lieutenant. Steve Brown was quoted in the Seattle. Post intelligence report article called police make arrests in nineteen ninety-three MIA SOBOTTA slang. He said quote. The arrest resonates how powerful the latest DNA testing truly is at bringing a measure of justice to families who have been so negatively impacted by violent crime. This statement couldn't be more true. If it weren't for cold-case team, resubmitting the DNA samples taken from me as murder hazy. Smith's Kia would have likely gotten away with it forever. With a constant advancements in DNA testing methods, it only makes sense to continue to run samples from unsolved murders in the hopes that justice can one day be brought to families of all victims. MIA's father, rich or Dick Zapata's. He likes being called share these parting words with me as fans around the world. She was on loan to me. And and. She belongs to all of you. And it's. It's the D-. I like it. I proud of her..
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"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Average like two thousand seven. I'd say that's a hell of life. Fuck eighty two anything else. Holy Cow Your fucking idiot. Anything else at all right. Thank you so much I listen. I'm always up for good book. Aren't we got one more caller? All right fine I guess we have to do with it John Stewart all aboard. Yes what's up happening are you doing? Hey Kirk COPPA sure. Yeah absolutely so. You made a recent remark about Coppola. Saying it was all downhill from one hundred. This picture easily pizza that day. Jesus we have a whole a whole pint. No no his family did. He was not present. John What are you arguing about even talking the talk? Yes the director Francis Ford Coppola. Shorewood talk about him so I think there was some minor gems there after Takemitsu Tucker or no Tucker guy down guards stone. I liked this movie I do like. That's that's very fair Gaydos. Oh backstory behind gardens of stone. Remind because I've read. I remember reading the Peter Diskin Book. Did you read that easy? Riders Raging Bulls not recommend it. Yeah Oh very if. You're a movie buff from like the seventies it's fucking great. I can't right. It's made my favorite movie book ever written. So you bet you mentioned how Coppola Kinda got into the children's movie business executives son died or no. The studio also made Something called like the magician. Ian Black Stallion and Black Stallion Return. Do you produce lead the lead actor in The musician was grind O'Neill's son Griffin not best friends with one of the Coppola kids. Yup and they had a tragic motoring accident killed Briseno. Neal was a boat abode. I think that's right. Yeah and that. Inform the famous scene in guy into stone with James Caan rips a pat. I believe like a file room or something with this right. Yes not that famous to see but yeah and You know that was quite emotional for Coppola and cashew and so forth. Imagine us a new podcast right now actually. Turner Classic Movies is doing. It is about Peter Bogdanovich. I just listened the first episode. It's fucking great. It is great. I cannot recommend that podcast creepy home. Yeah but he's he had had a wildlife I would what the hell's the name of it it's called. The plot thickens podcast. It's like a six part podcast Bogdonovich. You should listen to it. You'll like it it's good. Can I do Coppola's story? You certainly can okay. I think it was around. The Time Tucker came out there was an article interview wouldn't Coppola. It was like in movie line or maybe wider on India and he said he said in the future he wanted to make movies but they would be inside the computer right and at the time I couldn't really imagine without with look like but now haven't seen what happens you know. Obviously it's possible. He was so I went out to try to find the article while he was making Ta Tro in South America me had a laptop down there with him with all his notes on all his movies. His future projects everything. His computer got stolen. So I thought that was. That movies could just totally be made inside of the. Computer Gusto and there you go. The irony is thick Ernest John. John we're we're talking about really about earlier today you you WanNa do show for us or no. Yeah I've been talking about the people over here. Oh Good Steve will make it happen. All right we'll talk to you guys. Thanks John He was well. There you go. Francis Ford Coppola stories from Johnston to wrap up show. Now I mean obviously the line in the news and the media and the police was it was a boating accident with O'Neill and culpa I think we know what was what was seen at the at the scene Steve. I don't think it was blood. There was another red tomato sauce for Nice. Lots to sauce. If I can leave here today with one thing. I would like to say that I know for a fact Eric Clapton. Eight there with his son all the time and had not a bad word to say about was we. I mean if you if you don't trust the word of Eric Clapton that's true. Well I don't know why you contribute this. I'm not saying it's a great replaced to bring the family. I cannot recommend migrate friends. Mama Mia Enough. Thank you there. You go thank located all over the south shore after an hour almost like they're laundering from place to place in the south shore. It's almost like a little syndicate. When you say Steve No. It's not like that almost spread that money or keep it keep it in. You know like that. Well I mean listen. You know Time bring a pizza over right. Do you think a man. Like Bernie Madoff. What they were doing always always have many families so listen. I'm GonNa make you a very rich person. Here's a Napkin. Mommy's Napkins we go. There franchise was wildly popular. When I was Vince Foster's favorite. I love love with and we five-star great friends. All kidding aside Tri State run company. Of course I expressed VPN. Smith's country cheese death wish cough. 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"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"It's GonNa say Mike. Turns data guests to exactly what's up? I love the mount. Rushmore talk yesterday. I was wondering if you're GonNa Commission the same minivan that you Commissioned to do the mural yeah guy works really fast so I hope so I hope so there any update on that I mean it was still we. We have the design and it was supposed to be painted star starting in late January February but then corona virus happened so yeah basically we can we can. I don't I don't know if we want to bring someone in I would say no exactly. I mean I can put Sharon. Tate said to me eating too. She walked in there and I thought well. That's so sweet. Pregnant happy young lady then Rome Polanski. Go there and bring friends for years. I mean years. Well he was probably in with Swinestein spayed. Maybe it was hang with them. I don't know what that means the basement. They've ever say that no we can't. That's that is ridiculous charge. The jokes jokes jokes offense again. This is this is. This is a business. I know there's lots of interesting Taco bell on Stern's planned. Parenthood Mama. Mia is unappealing for ten minutes of the politician that shot himself on Kim.
"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"On that. Probably though true probably GonNa Love Fun. Yes they will point all right go ahead. They still loaded up. We all laugh at these are the people who are on home. According to remember it's important remember is a decent leave leaving a nice five star review. Yes Mama Mia and just say which celebrities may have eaten it started. I think everything's fine. I think yes John Denver's favor pizza. He's got this plane after birth Kirk. It's might oh hey mutt. It's it's Mike Nancy. I got to the first time I I'm driving dodge shop. I'm driving and It might all the groceries. Agai some tone. That's the strongest kids fact that see. We don't need to recycle. GotTa bring it forward. You know what I'm saying. GotTa keep it moving. That's the shore. Yes or something Entering National Syndication Mutt. Well that might be true. Strumming hammer could be corona virus rises. One Radio Star. Find new things like the is. They built a beautiful basement for for their friends links. The Buddies Kevin Spacey and they were able to just sort of do their creative do thing. You say business created. Just be creative things. Yes Brian Singer. If you say he was there I didn't mention him but okay fine. I know what you're implying. That's their thing really a horrific thing. Place your best friends pizza. That's do it fine. All right it's appropriate. It's kind of weird. Flex Bragwell only using tomatoes grown in AUSCHWITZ GOES THE LIBERAL LOSES. Business all right. Hello get the puppy I've heard you've been slandering the Mama. How'd you will appear? He knows he a people on the inside and You know I do appreciate the The notice of the The fertilizer out in the In the garden from Auschwitz. I've turned into Irish pub but we're going to slowly come back to Italian Sabathia here. Okay thank you papa. Oh we're not done okay. I I think that it's nice that we bring in some local celebrities into into the restaurant. Young children accompanied by many famous celebrities. We may have a A dugout or a dungeon. Some may call it friends spacey. Maybe you're indoor cycling jokes now. How did you hear listen? I won't take. It's a small business that the rest of the line. Thank Benito.
"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Cover of the rolling stone right up there on the wall back background you can see the runners. The marathoners start. Tell you have no idea why this is being unleashed? The guy sides away to get their business after the fuck with fucking shame. The great thing about Mama Mia is putting room. Keep your backpack. Well they're all day that FRY. They fed them all day. I can really do is hug house and hope he is a fine sense of humor. Should we call the Warthog to Guy Control? You lose a business that obviously. It's well nuggets. Not all ingest. Now they think about it. I I like to think of examples not well. I don't know for example the Air Mendez thing doesn't quite lineup shores. He was there was video evidence. Oh sure it is sure. Okay thank you. Thank you still have to be kind of kind of weird that the day before? Halloween Mayor Menino was eating their fourteen. Well he's an old man odd. Well they have nice Halloween spread. That's sure they do. Yeah it's a good point. They really do get tricked. Don't say Bang.
"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Yeah that's very one star. Two One story view in nineteen seventy nine yelp as very weird. I don't think he was. Neither is a state of mind whenever he wrote that. Who's to say you know who's to say is true. I believe it. I believe Ooh not good from no. It's not it certainly isn't I think they're going to need an extensive. Pr said the pizzas. Really good this wouldn't be happening. I don't know if that's true. That's definitely true. That's very true. Also I don't turn this into a shakedown rack over a little bit of cash. So that fifty bucks. This all goes away just a large bucks to. He's likes pizza. We're done a little donation to the Pizza Fund here and we can get the oil sleep relatives scrubbing scrub. I mean this is really. These reviews are credible wildly inappropriate. Only moly say leave a five star review. You say you say off the pizzas make it five starts with their business two thousand sixteen this pizzas so good. The doves stopped crying prince. I mean what is that? That means budge. She's dead next as weird as a as a pattern. Yes that's right. Is Prince no for being around that part of town? The thing is this just exemplifies. How heavy handed the response from the Baker Administration has been to the corona virus? Look how many people have died after eating at Mama Mia and we're still just GonNa let it be open credit. We're GONNA shut down the whole fucking economy just because Crowe virus kills a couple of hundred people Correctomundo Correctomundo people die. Just eating. Mommy is in the time that corona virus has around track. There's a buck and cover up. How much money is Mommy's donated to? The Baker Lawson Ministry tens of thousands zero channel guys need to. Yeah I think so. I don't know that. And it's not true and the funny thing money but the dark thing is. Is that the crew the cruelty of Mama Mia says that. It's targeting people like prince that we love that's true mantis news arguing. Anyone that young promising New Hampshire schoolteacher. Who who want a chance to be on that challenger. Yeah yes I agree Mama. Mia is taking our best and brightest. I think this is there a small business that stole their logo from a pizza place in New Jersey shore but saying no.
"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Good Morning Gentlemen. What'S UP Sheldon? Well I just got done chase my stupid ass house back in which made me thinks if you guys ever tried any of that fake these. And why the fuck would you ever do that? Because that's gotta be processed beyond belief. What are we talking about? Impossible burgers the plant based me. Oh no I would need that. Now I'm about Wendy's beyond Sir I wasn't GonNa bring it up disoriented source at lunch today to today's what Wednesday it's Wednesday Wendy's when do you Wednesdays when everyone knows that I Mama Mia some decent pizza though do give it a try elegant bringing malaria over this is much worse than India. Ghana repeat God shit on this fine. I heard that. Oh that Pepperonis can switch committee stuffed. Why would that even? It's weird multi just falls off. It's certainly also all say is a show them sorry. They have celebrity pictures there in the last celebrity. Who had lunch as healthy picture? Win that very healthy rodrigue. That's it that's all I'm GONNA say. They have their wall of so. It's very strange. They're celebrities. Kobe Bryant Roger. Ebert strain some of these men. Kobe Bryant died. The causes very clear but they were. I remember the people I know. Yeah we'll take. We're going to put some of our special sauce in the helicopter for you guys that it was it was it was strange. Guess Justice Ginsburg deliver. It's very it's very weird as as a fine step even offered us any pie. This is true of being on along with happily happily say you know we love Warthog. Yes we'll tell you what I'll tell you this right now. Right now sheldon. You'll get the show later. Don't bring a pizza next time. Seem Grandba- fucking here in the middle of a river. Oh Saito that's very dangerous in these fucking drown drowned. Warhawks could swim drowning. Little piglet is is a girlfriend is girlfriend the the the end of the water. We looking at me like that's ban. Well she's concerned. Shame those very a personality. She took the most indelible memory. You have a shows history honestly just days.
"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Talented. Of course. Of course I. You couldn't kiss that so I have the ability to broadcast like that very. Yeah do your life. But that's a talent though kissing ass. I think there's something towel that it's a skill talents you will but it's it's a skill and you're talented at Skill. Talent is saying. Hey here you know. Here's a post Malone. This week is at number six moving up four spots with fucking fences town onto having that being a polished broadcast or out of trouble. It's a skill troubles on the talent. I being Ryan seacrest. There's something to most people couldn't do the words on talent though okay. Well then it's skilled on. Yeah I guess whatever but I mean so my point is there are people who WanNa be Ryan seacrest. That's fine they're people WANNA to be Kirkman the hand and broadcasting. That's fine it's want to be both I would say is I said to my man. Abc last night I think I could do Ryan seacrest job a lot. Better Than Ryan seacrest could do mine. That is that's what I would say. Yes that's true but maybe not maybe see crisis super talent. The thinks seacrest could pack them out. Oh Oscar show I think he maybe Quebec We were talking subscription less Ryan seacrest. Who has a big national radio show right Yes visa tomorrow? Going subscription like six people go with him. Because what the fuck would he be? There would be no. It wouldn't be right. There'd be no bull even make say couldn't play. He couldn't do what would he do? He doesn't bring anybody you know. I've never seen anybody like if I didn't know we had a radio show just from being like being fucking somewhere hearing before or a sandwich shop. Oh they have no idea even know I thought it was a game show host. Yes or no. He's American idol. Yeah Yeah I mean. I'm sure there's a lovely. I think he got hit with some Metoo Stephanie. A little she survived got. Yeah I think that's why he lost Kelly and Ryan or whatever it wants and that's why he's not on that show. Did that show. Yes only Michael. Straying indoorsy on. Maybe I forget I can't I don't know but yeah there was some way some mild thing that he he got out of guys. If we're GONNA Talk Ryan Seacrest. Who might just have to get on the phone? He's obviously burden. Here's the thing. So real quick did Alastair Black show. I think it'll be up today. It was fine. He's he's much you realize that these kind of Nice kid in the dummy. It's fine the star. Though is psychic is charisma personified. He was bowled he was. He was unafraid to ask questions. And he's a young he's a young Kirkman and took us he pick the spots. He's still waiting for that. It's like a fucking assassin. He's actually he'll say something. I think the most unsettling day by the way by the way. Also this kid detract from Michigan to do this. Yeah to say he's a very important part of the show. I guess I think the most unsettling thing when dj talking about how his his basis suburban moms that's true he's in particularly given me. He's telling me about how the radio business going to survive and like. Okay okay you. You're he's like you know. It's like our experiences. You know my battle in Virginia. You're battling Boston. She's even argue. That's fine you've seen the type gets their foot in the door and radio and the world is and that he nobody knows. But that's but I like him. I am an Alisher Black Fan. I learned.
"mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Yes earlier generation or two removed from that. Maybe some of these clubs. But but no it's crazy and so the the the they're gonNA shut this woman down. Probably take away the golf courses. I'm saying yeah well I heard the COP on the way in on One of the news breaks and he basically said well. We're kind of waiting to see if the golf course is going to change their mind. Or if governor is going to change his mind half. These officers must be like Fuck Baker. This idiot like we have real stuff to do. You know you would think so. But I saw video out of Texas yesterday where. There's a peaceful protest against the lockdown and their officers out there with up armored vehicles assault rifles shutting. These guys down like pointing live guns at him to shut them down. So it's like I thought Texas was the big Gung Ho Freedom Freedom State but you're these share accessing the Democrat in twenty years. Now be like California really maybe fifteen with pot with the way the country's changing Jesus that's part of the plan the demographics of Texas radicalization although if if Texas vote Democrat and a presidential election. The Republican Party doesn't want to the White House for years. No it's true. I mean it's don that's going to happen. I mean you know Ronald Reagan was the governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger those liberal in some ways was the governor of California. It wasn't that long ago now. It was like years ago. I was living the state when he was. They say voted a Republican governor. That will never ever ever happen again. Ever no no it's gone. It's Gone Charlie Baker type of thing. Yeah but even then it's amazing Massachusetts. I know bakers at Liberal. It's amazing they have a Republican governor. Yeah we were never have Romney touts yes yes. It's wild that happened. I think they think in their minds. It's balancing things out. I don't know and bakers fucking pussy anyway elected officials. I respect them. But he's still pushing no. He's I mean if you have an approval rating of what seventy five percent and you never risks. You're well yeah you're a Democrat but also like the reason you accumulate political capital so that you can do risky things and have the public support you and he has done nothing. He's an hour. He's always been a car he always will be our e stands for nothing. He's an empty fucking head. Who you know. I don't care whatever. Open Golf Courses. Don't superb served but it's also time to I I going to say on the fuck among your and say if if four people want to go inside Papa. John's and sit there and eat. They should be able to do with this point. I mean we're here we are here. I must say Mama MIA is. That's a different situation. That's I mean they're decent people get finally ill but I'm just saying you know it's like we are it's it's I'm telling you. I'm Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun I I'll rebelling release the murder Horn I'm rebelling. I'm one of those people but I'm saying I'm not going to be one of these people if a restaurant three weeks ago four weeks ago if the Saudis when Roebuck this guy and maintenance helping halfway cafes opening today I probably been like the career there yet and by the way I'm not saying open it and fill the place of people but do have a good plan a guy that plan keep the place clean limit the amount of customers best you can if that doesn't work that doesn't work because let's be honest the fucking people are going to get it probably die anyway. Of course there are. Some are going to die. Also but it's preventable you keep. Elderly people away from there are some prisons where they're testing over a thousand inmates and ninety percent of them have it and they're all as symptomatic. Yeah I mean it's looking more like a few things more and more like a lot of people just have it and have no symptoms so the one thing I have. I told you listen to a little bit of the Kunar report to you. Did it change your mind? I also think hindsight's twenty twenty. And in retrospect states like Massachusetts would have been better off taking care of nursing homes in our homes. That's where a lot of listening today. I've got a copy of Vince. Foster's DNA. You're not gonNA believe it. We took a task. Look at this kid. It's a kid with Clinton. It's a perfect match. This kid look them. That's Bill Clinton Son. Is it not? We're having his lawyer on today. He's GonNa tell us everything about it. I'm telling you this is true. Did you see claims. It wasn't Elizabeth. Warren claims that some professor ran around the office. A try the grabber behind. I'm talking to that guy today. It's not true now. Tro Talk Left. Well friends the Boston. Globe released town by town data on crow virus cases. Yeah Lexington has under two hundred fifty. I'm surprised so surprised. It's only that yeah when you when you look at the graph you really see. Chelsea is the the epicenter of Chelsea is huge. I don't know the exact numbers but it's color coded like the darkest spot on the map. Because I know some people who lived in who live in Lexington worked what were you. Were which McCall the conference of fucking kicked off the whole thing in Massachusetts Jan viol- yeah so So Chelsea has One thousand nine hundred and sixty five cases. He's Christ yeah but then there are other towns out in Massachusetts. Okay Gimme This really test my ability to find a town in mass orange fuck. That's about as far as you know what? What is it shaped like? They don't identify the towns until you hover over. I'm so I'm having shaped like an Orange Orange Orange spray tanning shape light. How the map like a fucking hover over the what is going to boot? It's like fucking Italy shaped like a germ. She you have to hover zone as West as you. Can that find the town there? So handcock has less than five case. Piddly ten. I would say it's like a lower case L. Okay there you go. It's live case long and thin. Yeah so Hancock Massachusetts which I which. I am embarrassed semi familiar with Hancock Massachusetts. No neither AM I. So how about East? Long Meadow one hundred and seventy eight cases. No small number well. Fleet has less than five keeping my niece long again. We're talking about poverty. We're talking about this. Just the scum Western mass company Earth. So that's now I can afford a house in east. I know very well very nice town so long meadow but Brockton Brockton has a huge population to two thousand seven hundred thirty five surprise here that that's just keep keep going round shape it around win. Two Thousand Fifty six inland city sin as they say About never come out the way you went in how about gratin trauma Peter Gammons again. I don't know if I'm a middle finger on Shaughnessy indebtness let's see Oh gratin. Twenty two cases. Oh wow that's all the restaurants not that far away Roy allston less than five to the perfect example. So grinds one of these towns that I think recently they it's offering four. They put this huge like outdoor mall with a big movie theater. They're really nice movie theater. I've seen some movies. They're fucking completely closed now in the the the one the great drivers of all time. Johnson's drive and we get hamburger. I shake Johnson's been there. But Adam hand several times Ryan Peterman loved that fucking not open right now. Unbelievable like the dog in the fucking shake. That really doesn't make any sense. Makes what would be their argument is that you have people from coming from other places to go and the numbers would go. Yeah but I mean I got it. We got it no it by the way. No one's doing that no going anywhere. They've been pretty large again. You've always got shitheads. Yeah by large. I'M GONNA give America America in a-minus awesome minus the job so far but then I see something like I was joking at the start but we are fucking starting to turn. Where like in Ohio? Now they've got a system to wrap people out if they've been collecting unemployment directs. Like we're falling apart. We're starting to break now instead of instead. Of just changing the law itself we were turning ourselves into a SNITCH STATE. Fucking bizarre and again. They're going to people today. Who get tickets and a lot. I think you're right. But there are people who are GonNa get tickets for taking their fucking dog walking now forgiving their mascot wearing it. When they won't be near I went for a run today. I was not within five hundred feet of a person. If the way they see you and your they they we cross the other side we go away we we go at opposite way. We take a different street. And what point do you WanNa Fuck? Do we stop doing this. And what have you haven't been able to get a mask then. Haven't hugged either one of you guys months. It's been too long. Those famous hugs after the show. The good job hugs and tugs are gone now. I know I'm Anthony Hugging people. I love shake people's hands. It's gone well sometimes right. Now the will the Wilbur show everyone's VIP. I'm hugging everyone that night. All right. That's right kisses. Twenty four maybe open mouth kiss and each meeting ten minutes are we all need to get together absolutely matter WASCO. I'm going to do the show table attempts to do ten minutes each table to hang out. Do the show from the share. Everyone's meal why not. Yeah I gotTA FINISH OFF. Who TYPE MILKSHAKE Tim? Wriggles can I have? Is that right or some? That's an knows whatever I'll make some of these day you can have the rest of that fucking big Z. Whoever fucking pick somebody pick a random one zero who's that I don't know that some gay Jon Stewart split that Coker. What Jon Stewart? Getting his own Youtube Show. That's offered tonight if he wants the likes to lurk in the shadows. I guess I suppose with my med jacket. So Maine has To twelve hundred confirmed cases. Total total Jesus so Chosun One hundred day in Chelsea yes shit. Seven hundred and twenty ever covered fifty seven deaths fifty seven deaths. And they're under more stringent. Lauria says Gers than we are. So if the state of Maine had never corliss had never existed just hasn't been known that existed but was never identified mainland. Be Effect Nothing. They'll even really know now. I must again. I'm not I'm not flew. Flew guys is very serious but if they're not going to say sit in your house until we find the vaccine then what point at which point I would say that's a legitimate argument to make. I wouldn't agree with it but I understand that you know what I mean. That's an argument to make he. Can't you know you can't let the the flu? Ruin your life right but but short of that. Let's go let's go. You'll see what the food court today. Tomorrow Free Samples for me. I have been shown muck and Gullit shoved down my goal. Have all the free samples you want. Yes unfortunately I just don't see the incentives aligned for the politicians to actually end the lockdown business. A business. How I mean I. It's the no one wants to be the first person to go. And you know governor add it comes out and says he's GonNa start stuff up and then they leak audio of him. Being like yeah. Well they're probably see higher caseload and he gets killed for cases that were served surgeons. Who doesn't think that I you know Yeah you're right but I mean also the other thing is the media's major media is GonNa want this and continue to. Yeah they're gonNA fucking sensationalize that they want that second. They want that second wave coming right around election. Time can't win that battle so I don't know but I mean you know everyone's hanging in right now but the economy has you're going to be three months from now if this continues Ed state done. The bizarre thing is nothing's changed with the virus like it keeps kind. We say like Oh boo better today today. Where this slow. Then there's been like minor tape but we keep changing like today. You have to wear face masks right but tomorrow. We're going to reopen restaurant. There's no rhyme or reason to anything. Bakers been stringent. Anti is anybody. He's been the hardest the hardest from the country. I think it's. There's no way to tell. In retrospect how the I guess the plateau would look without these lockdown procedures. There just isn't it could have been just. We're just naturally running quarterly worse. I mean I think I think he's a person I mean we. We can speculate about that but I mean how much worse I guess if you keep the New York. Subway systems open this belief. Jesus arguing the other side of this. I give you credit open mind I always. I always thought it was going to be serious. I never said that He said eighty percent of the world was going to get it. Yeah yeah stand by that. Yeah I think so. We may have. Who the Hell knows love and Desi? I just died in the world from this now. I think that the the fans died. You think I wonder no but but but if you just listen you know I mean again. We far more people listen to this. And don't contribute to the media said think about world sick map is three point six million cheese that we're getting the twelve. Hey guys wear number one. Seventy one thousand deaths who. Us followed by the United Kingdom with twenty nine thousand five hundred Italy to take a wild guess that a different country actually is number one and they're just not report talking do like that. I read I read. I read in this insert..
Coronavirus patients treated with malaria drug hydroxychloroquine touted by Trump are MORE likely to die, new trial finds
"We still need more research on which drugs are the most effective in treating cove in nineteen a recent study looking at records from the V. eight shows that there is no overall benefit from using hydroxy Cllr Quinn it was actually two more deaths in patients that were treated with it alone then in combination with the antibiotic azithromycin for more on what how Joxer Cllr Quinn might not be the most effective treatment for corona virus will speak to Chris Rowland business of health care reporter at The Washington Post so this is a study that basically bolsters the deep uncertainty there is around use of hydroxy Cork win and in combination with as it's from my son as well antibiotic in terms of both efficacy and safety there's only been a some very small studies and this is actually one of the first that had a fairly large number of patients and what they did was they the A. and academic researchers at the university of Virginia and the university of South Carolina took a look at patient records looking back so it's called a retrospective study and they look at the records of patients at the VA who had been treated for corona virus and they selected out a bunch that had been treated with hydrochloric when a bunch that have been treated with the combination of Hydroxycut o'quinn enters it from my sin and then the third arm was patients who received neither of those drugs and what they found was that and the hydroxy clerk when alone arm there was like around a twenty seven or twenty eight percent death rate of coronavirus patients compared to the ones that had none of the drug and their death rate was around eleven percent so the death rate was higher for the hydroxy Cork when treated group they also found that when it came to ventilation there was really no meaningful difference between the arms so this antimalarial did basically nothing in terms of keeping people off and layers is someone disappointing I mean this drugs have been used widely and again no one knows whether they're safe and effective in here we have evidence that they're not and it's tough we're speeding through the process on a lot of different levels here because the pandemic hit so hard and so quick so that's why the president had been touting it and say Hey people are having some success with it go for it but we didn't have the studies done to really tell us what was going on that's why Dr Anthony Fauci from the task force said I can't endorse that thing just yet one interesting part of this study they look at all males which is we've heard of that cove in nineteen hits males particularly hard I don't know if there was anything to that is just all the people that were in this were male this is not peer reviewed it's not a randomized placebo controlled clinical trials so it's a little different from a full full on study it's kind of a quick and dirty way to try to scoop up some data and see what the effects are is you just go into the computer systems at your disposal on an anonymous basis a bunch of patient records the reason it was small man by the way since VA where I guess the VA population in general is mostly male there were a small number of women in their first pass and they just left all the women out because it was so small and so it indeed it's not compared to a placebo which is like a dummy drug which is really the gold standard of trying to figure out whether a drug works because say you can compare again in this one you don't know any any of these arms exactly how many of those patients would have gotten better weather without the drugs so it's very difficult it makes the comparison pretty murky but again it shows that the reason these drugs have been used is because there is no treatment approved for corona virus these drugs are on the market for malaria and also for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis and they were readily available so people just started trying them based on some belief that their entire inflammatory effects would have benefit yeah and it's turning out that they may not want to talk a little bit more about hydroxy clerk as you mentioned earlier I mean all this points to just the uncertainty of this this study cautioned that we shouldn't be using this so widespread until we know more about it but there are some known side effects or using hydroxy clerk when some cardiac death there was a French study a Brazilian study that both had problems with patients developing heart problems and I guess there's something called QT prolongation which kind of affects the timing of the hearts of these are some of the things that have been popping up with the use of this the side effects of Hydroxycut work when are well known and alarmingly as it from my sandwiches the antibiotic that's been using combination also has the same side effect of extending the period between your heart recharging and if your heart is re charging more than half a second it takes more than half a second to recharge time before beats you're in a position where you could have a dangerous arisen mia which could lead to sudden cardiac death it's a very serious obviously dangerous side effect that pops up in about one percent of patients who take this drug and manageable when you're dealing with a small number of patients who take it but when potentially hundreds of thousands of people are starting to take it or a million then you're gonna have you know as many as ten thousand people suffering serious cardiac events and possibly dying and that's why you know the president came under a fair amount of criticism for pushing these drugs so aggressively when there is this clear side effect and efficacy is really unknown against corona
Mia Ives-Rublee: Talk to us, not at us.
"What was the moment when you decided that activism. What's for you? You know count. I wouldn't say there's a specific moment. I got to see sort of how. My parents really advocated for me when I was A and public schools and you know unfortunately when I was in public school that was right around when the Americans with disabilities act came online and was signed and schools sort of scrambling to you know. Update things Even though the idea had been out there the Rehab Act All of those were out there but you know schools were still sort of scrambling to meet the needs and they're still scrambling to meet the needs of disabled students across the country. And you know I got to see sort of how. My parents spent a lot of time. Just advocating for my needs and then eventually When I was in high school seeing them advocate for other folks needs and I think that helped show me the importance of finding your voice and being very aware of how systems work and how to use systems to gain access to gain equality across the board. And so you know. I really started to use that when I was in college because I suddenly found out that you know the idea doesn't cover you in college and you become the student without a lot of rights and a lot of without a lot of the combinations that you sort of presumptively thought that you had one year in and secondary school and so you know. I think that was sort of a time that is starting to find my voice and went to the University of Illinois and You know began working on immigration issues around. Lgbtq issues around campus rape In sexual soul issues and specifically around A mascot that I believed was racist Chief Lineup Wick Spent some time. advocating As a student activists there And we were eventually able to get rid of it so you know. I think there are different points in time that I really began finding my voice and you know I worked as a vocational rehabilitation counselor here in Chapel Hill Carbonaro and got to really know a lot of the details on how systems can function and then not function for for people on the ground and you know got really frustrated there and decided to leave that job because I was getting burnt out and I'm seeing a lot of my clients coming back. You know without jobs without a lot of hope and just really struggling day-to-day to try and find a job and maintain job. And so you know. Each part of my life had have really given me a lot of understanding of of systems and helped me learn to empathize with a lot of different issues. And you know eventually you know it. All seemed to come to a head win. This current administration came into power. And you know gotten sort of dovan headlong into the women's March and by that point I was like you know. I've been to protest before been to these events where they don't think of disabled people they don't think of women color they don't think of a lot of things and that tends to lead us out and leave us vulnerable. And that's why really decided to to just like in you know headlong and to activism after that. Oh I love your Surrey. That's so
Exam Question: Trimalleolar Ankle Fracture After a Fall
"All right so we have a sixty one year old woman with no past medical history or family history or heart disease presents with a try. Malaya Lar- ankle fracture after a fall. As part of her pre-operative workup an e. C G has obtained a portion of the rhythm strip is shown above which of the following is the most appropriate. Okay so this is a two step question and the first part is to take a look at the rhythm strip and interpret the rhythm ship because that is going to be important to answer this question and when we look at the rhythm strip we see a p wave cure s complex t wave P wave curious complex t wave so we have a P. before every cure s the only thing. I see here abnormal that the PR interval appears to be a little prolonged so it is greater than one whole box here The width of box. So this is going to be a little greater than two hundred milliseconds however we see no drop p waves and so this is consistent with first degree heart block okay so now that we have in E C G A rhythm ship with first degree heart block. Let's take a look at our clinical scenario and trying to affect the question and what is asking so the question wants to know which of the following answer choices is going to be most appropriate here. So let's read. Those answer. Choices a administer I v Calcium Chloride Insulin Glucose and sodium bicarbonate answer choice b order cereal cardiac biomarkers and admit to cardiology. See Place Trans Cutaneous Pacer Pads and make arrangements for Trans Venus Pacemaker. Md reassure the patient and orthopedic surgeon that no treatment is necessary so when we look at this question the key thing here is that we have a pretty typical presentation of primordial or ankle fracture and the question is telling us there's no heart disease here and at the patient has no past medical shree so when we are given this information in a question. It's for a reason right. And so when we look at the C. C. G. A lot of people say well. Maybe it's a little abnormal. Maybe we should do a a workup or something. Let's go through answer choices and see why this information of no past medical history and no heart disease annonay symptomatic patient is important so answer choice a IV calcium chloride. Insulin Glucose Sodium bicarbonate. That's the treatment for hyper Kaley. Mia We have no indication at this. Patient has hyper Kalia. There's no peeking of the t wave. There's no widened cure s complex. So answer choice. A I'm going to cross out it's choice. B Order Cereal Cardiac biomarkers and emits cardiology. Well with an abnormality in E C G in an older woman. Who's sixty one you know? It's something to think about right. However in this case the patient is otherwise as she has no past medical history or hard sees and really a first degree heart block. On an EC- G. is can be abnormal. Right it's abnormal but it doesn't necessarily mean that there's disease right you could get first degree heart block in young healthy athletes. You get it from some medications such as Beta blockers. You could get it with individuals who just have a little increased. Vega tone than normal so as long as the patient is. Acm thematic knock complaining of chest pain. There's no need to order cereal. Cardiac biomarkers and admit the cardiology. So let's cross that out. Answer Tracy Place. A TRANS CUTANEOUS PACER PADS and make arrangements for transient is pacing. This patient does not need a pacemaker. Even Trans Cutaneous if a patient has complete heart block and so for example. If this patient was coming in with chest pain shoes Dr Frederick and there was a heart block. We'd be concerned that that may progress to complete heart block and in those cases you may want to consider Trans Cutaneous Pacer pats. However this patient is totally fine otherwise other than the ankle fracture. So let's cross off answer choice. See that leaves us with answer. Choice de reassure the patient and the orthopedic surgeon that no treatment is necessary. And I'm GonNa Choose Anti-choice D. and sure enough. That is the correct
Woody Allen has new publisher, memoir published Monday
"What do you L. as memoir is now out when word first came that Woody Allen was releasing a memoir his original publisher backed down after employees there were outraged but that didn't stop arcade publishing the book titled apropos of nothing was quietly released Monday arcade says it's a candid and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life and it does get into allegations that he sexually abused Dylan Farrow the daughter you doctored with mia Farrow The Hollywood Reporter describes that part of the book is defensive it also details his relationship with wife SUNY Preben to whom the book is dedicated J. citizens and ABC news
In a world of remote work, virtual reality is still pretty much MIA
"As more people are working from home to help. Contain the spread of the new corona virus. We're starting to face the limits of remote work technology on the one hand we've got zoom and Microsoft teams and Google hangouts but some workers need more than conference calls or even shared documents to get work done a few years ago. The idea of virtual reality for the office was all the rage and today. We're wondering what was the promise. Vr for work. And why so far? Has It utterly failed to materialize addy? Robertson is a senior reporter with the verge who follows virtual reality. I asked her why. Vr for the office hasn't taken off the hardware still has high enough costs a lot of different ways. That it's not really worth the tradeoffs from the things that we already have You get this sense of spatial presence with other workers and if you have hand controls you can interact with people in ways that feel more natural. The problem is that VR headsets. Still just have a lot of downsides for one thing you have to get one for every worker. The headsets are pretty heavy. You don't usually want to wear them for more than maybe an hour and if you're trying to do work on them also like what. Do you do. Do you type on your keyboard that you can't see. Do think that all of that promise back then you know that it would just be the future of collaboration and it made so much sense in. You'd have avatars and the sense of presence would mean. You really didn't even need to go to a meeting. Do think that some of it was just over hyped or did the technology not progress and get cheap fast enough kind of both that. The technology didn't get I think lighter and cheaper as fast as people expected and also the are turned out to be good for some very specialized things that often. It was already being used for. Like if you want to do really serious design work and you want to pull a bunch of people in to look at a car model or something then actually the are makes a lot of sense there but just as a general purpose office thing. Y- think there were a lot of people who are always skeptical for very good reasons. Where at this moment now where? We're kind of talking about the tech tools that people might need to us from to work from home and that's sort of what prompted this conversation that there was this idea that virtual reality could give us better virtual office spaces. Do you think that was just a bad idea or that? It might ever happen. I don't think it's a bad idea. And augmented reality makes more sense and a lot of ways if you imagine the kind of idealized version of smart glasses where you can see something projected on a table and you can have a colleague. Sit in a chair across from you. But they're actually somewhere else and being projected that gets around a lot of the problems you're still in your normal environment but you can also get the collaborative aspect of being able to say gather around a whiteboard on sense of physicality that you don't get if you're just seeing somebody video feed right well in that you said is still in development. Like how close are we to that? Do you think to something that actually is the thing. People want to just wear around the office. I think's still several years away. Their systems like Microsoft. Holo Lens that again are very good for simulation and training but they're still pretty inconvenient to just wear around the office and you wouldn't WanNa just hang out with them on. I think we're also I'm I'm we're kind of talking around the goofiness factor of how silly a lot of people feel wearing these like I don't because I cover VR. And I've done a lot of this but I am fully aware that a lot of people think this just looks completely ridiculous and they would feel so silly wearing it addie. Robertson is a senior reporter with the verge who covers virtual reality most big the are makers. Htc facebook owned oculus Microsoft. Google have all announced to be our or a our headsets for the enterprise. Hdc's enterprise will be available later this year and now for some related links. I also wrote about this topic for wired that column published today because in some ways the failure of VR Ar to materialize. It's kind of a metaphor for all the ways in which we are not ready to transition our workplaces or our lives to telecommuting even self isolation which is kind of weird because these technologies have long promised to decentralize us to increase our ability to take our jobs anywhere maybe reduced the burden on a few expensive coastal cities and even fundamentally changed the way we think about how and where we work. Inertia is a powerful thing and we haven't had to make fifteen to so far but that's not to say we won't. You can find a link to that column or the whole thing at marketplace Tech Dot Org and the Los Angeles Times and I were on a wavelength. That paper also has a piece about the many ways we are not ready for mass telecommuting and notes that the closest we've come in recent history was second life and here's what else we're watching in tech. The trading apple robinhood went down again Monday in the midst of yet. Another huge sell off. I feel like it's gotta be hard to blame a huge amount of usage for this crash though because who in their right mind is still using Robin Hood. Pouch The Wall Street Journal reports that some of the big GIG worker companies lift Uber Post meets door dash and others are teaming up on talks to figure out how to pay their workers if they're quarantined or affected by corona virus. Thousands of people do work for these companies but are technically employees now. The companies are discussing creating shared fund to pay people for sick time or missed work. Sort of like they might get if they were employees. Misinformation AND SKETCHY SNAKE. Oil promises continue to spread all over facebook twitter and Google related to corona virus. We'll have a story tomorrow on how platforms like Amazon and Ebay are trying to fight fake an overpriced goods but in other tales of misinformation twitter and facebook have responded to a doctor video that the White House shared that was edited to make it look like former vice president Joe Biden accidentally endorsed President trump twitter labeled it quote manipulated content a label that users should see when they see the tweet. It's actually the first time. Twitter has applied that label and then on Monday. Facebook tagged at the same video as quote partly false speaking of twitter. Ceo Jack Dorsey may have avoided the boot. The company on Monday reached a deal with two investment firms including one. That was trying to oust him. There will be some changes and a big stock buyback. Otherwise apparently no changes at the top. Welcome back Jack. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech.
"mia" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Well definitely the interview Ula was being Berry shortcake. Listen my my what I envisioned. When I came came up with the idea to end to interview me these parents was you know ours is GonNa be like the engineer in the background? Just Kinda you know. Just just make sure everything was recording right and he was going to interview his dad and he was gonNA do her mind so I but I so oh I didn't because we did Z's before me and how well in regards it went our. I was like okay. Well this is. What's going to happen because I thought that me is mom was going to be a first of all? I thought she was going to be a little bit more controversial because the way you described her but and I know I had met her But I had met her and we just sat down and talk. I didn't see how interact with each other. So so what I expected was totally different than what happened. First of all me Zee and his dad was in my house so you know it was a dynamic it just change the dynamic and so when I'm coming we're coming to her house recording at her place and so I literally didn't know what to expect it. Also I'm coming to your MOM's house on I'm being I can't be like I would in my not not that I would have been impolite if she was at my house. But you know there's just a comfort that comes when you allows you get too much but if I'm in your house and you ms mom not going. I'm going to be real respectful and I don't know what's going to happen but what I did not know and what I didn't expect. I didn't know that you were the type of child that I can't describe it. You you really respect your mother. You really was like beaten semi like not no no not respect out of fear you respect your mother Outta love yet at think there really has a lot to do with me being southern like I was like I love her a lot younger of course but like by God wouldn't even custom furniture and so it's like so it was a level of. Oh I should have done this interview because Mia can't do this. Big Eight likely in my mind I would once I seen how interact in what I need it for you to do. I was like Oh mia can't do what I'm asking what I need her to do because she respects her mother out of love is not out of fear is not like Oh my Mama beat me when I was young. I'm sure got weapons but I'm talking about where you know how somebody can respect somebody out of fear no MEA respects her mother at a love and how somebody respects you Outta love. I love how you engage with them. Totally different is way. More tender is way more Sweet like year Mama And it's it's it's no kind of I didn't hit me off guard. And so as as which was daugaard because of how I describe our relations. Yes he hit me off guard based on how you describe your relationship and based on stuff that I heard and it just totally hit me off guard so once I got into whereas these dad I kind of knew what I was about to get into. And he's a man so I kind of knew how he was gonNA respond. He did exactly what I thought he was going to do. And so I knew kind of what even though I had never met him just based on stuff that was saying I kind of knew where he was going to go it and so but with me. Ah I didn't even know how to come in and save the day because this ain't Abou- me not knowing like you were in your situation these situations. The may not be abreast with the Bible. uh-huh as much as I am so if his dad hit with something I can come in and be like no. That's not what the Bible says did it into that. So it was more that I'm trying to support a port where Z may not know how to come back this and or I have more experience in the transplant in the Trans Life. Why can come in support? Whatever you thank me? It wasn't about you need in the lack of support in that it was. No this is my mother and I don't want her I don't Wanna I don't want her to be embarrassed on this show uncomfortable. Doing this show and I was. I knew that I can't come back that because that's Joe Mama and I want her to be busy there. You say I wanted to be just as comfortable as you want to be. And so I'm sitting there Museu sitting here while you talk to your mom like Komi.
"mia" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"For a specific reason and we will talk about that. We will break down down this episode next week win me and Z.. M. Mia come together to discuss what happened during recording so take a listen. I hope you are enjoy it and before I go. I want to let you know that my youtube youtube channel has been restored. Oh my God that's crazy. It's amazing we will discuss that next week and we did an interview with the route and it will be linked in the show notes in the bottom. I hope you enjoy the interview with MIA and her mom ULA. Well hello mom high so I we. Maisy I'm ca-came all the way to Waco Texas just to have this interview and specimen with you and get to know you NEWRY NOMI so we'll we'll yeah small but like I came down here to ask you a couple of questions stance on some stuff and I mean when you're ready just one. Okay that's my first question is how How was your experience with me being your first born like what were you or norma firstborn gagged us from the beginning baby? Okay You well you workers orcas the first born was adopted out so really I more. How was your experience with back? It was good it was good. Yeah by. Did you have like an idea of what you wanted me to become as a child like did you have like Like dreams of what I would be. I just thought you'll be a football player. Would you they put me in. Football Right altimonte decided. That's not why I wanted to do by was chasing you and I was running from. Everybody is that. Is that the only dreams that you have for me just to be a football player like With me being your first child that you decided to keep Like how was your experience with raising me. Was I easy was you. Were you. Were a little difficult because you you were bad you are bad you and your sister were had put put we manage. You know I just knew I had to get regime all the run the right perspective and so you can be responsible for yourself off and and what do you mean by like the right perspective like Arrays Y- Open God's laws and show you how to be responsible and when I see people that knew you from long back. There's always tell me how respectful you were like. I'm older people that older place I do have some other questions you can tell me is nervous about interviewing her mother. But I don't in the moment I don't know why she tells me after. Do you When you when you first realized that I was is LBJ? T. How did you feel. I didn't really realize until you like you're sixteen or seventeen. I just thought you were really odd. You know you put the Shirl on your head you know us. Climb the trees so I thought you were just the odd child. uh-huh behavioral issues at school. You know I just thought you were just an odd child. You know modest. I didn't look at you know to be. which as you know what I'm looking at to be a transgender issue? Or unlike then you know and I'll have I will you. You can think of with feminine while we younger. 'cause I you know by SOM- some but I am. I was raised in the military in and around. Military people in those kind of Issue at that time was not good. you know 'cause you again trouble you even get in trouble if I say if you had a husband or boyfriend you perform Fillet she'll on it then. You could get in trouble on the military so military. They weren't really kosher to you know. LBJ Team L.. I'll be cheat. They weren't closer to it so they had the astronauts healthpolicy. Ya wasn't I wasn't too thrilled with the Wisconsin a hard because maybe you kick me out. It had a grew on me. He knows like Oh what is going on here but it just had to grow on me and I had to come off. Got Answers Moore BIOS and comfortable and conclusion. WHO's everybody else like? I had at Mont friends other friends of near Huston. I asked her and she told me you know different aspects and who Mama Sister Terrasson Okay and then Roy and caroline you know so they were telling me that you know well is is better for for you being my life than normal life you know in the race to want a race you right you know More decision you decide to do. Do that sweaty ivory race. Too Too so you can be responsible and take care of yourself you know yes so I'll race you up in a in a good house you know tried to also so mom tell me what you think about. Trump approve whom I don't like him I don't like him so Healthier by will go devote so we can get him out of there or God can go and do his thing so he can go bad part. 'cause I'm definitely for that. I did have another have a couple of questions I kinda stop saying. I had a question of course I question uh-huh as a white mother raising black children. What obstacle stage you face and how did you overcome them I'll just whenever I would have to take care of business around the white culture in a roy how to get something. Something don't taking you guys may was a nano. Why do you feel that way because people were prejudice and if they I found out you have black children black husband they act in different so I never went over? I had to go take care of my business business. I didn't take your with me for that. REASON ZANU well. We need to get it done. You know but as far as trump you know he is our commander in chief so in our military and so it's whatever it was that the only obstacle that you felt like you had to face as far as raising black children I try to keep you all up in the information on the black culture. You know music in a shawl watched the slavery movies so I try to keep you all in well informed. Amy and that's what I love music. My Mom's always play so much music from to pack the Blues to Jazz. A Lotta Ladies Retro. Yes you're listening to Houston's own MP. Trams I wanna live I know that what is the Trans WanNa one for me. Could Jeff beat the beginning for you. You can be eh. They don't Know Uh. Hey let's talk about parents uh-huh so parents. When they have children the the children do not pop out of the JJ with an instruction manual? They also.
"mia" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"We are serving hot. Talk and cool. I see his set the tone and make sure the mood is writing. Come on in and get comfortable chair. Have the seat you can even take issues are way. Not If you're welcome walkup China thrown to be you know more trying and if it's not from the threat in your aw. Aw the PLO join. The conversation has tagged marshes played. I'll instagram facebook and twitter Eh. Want to hear what you guys have to say. You could also help us bill community by becoming a patron on a Patriot dot com slash. Mars played by contributing to this podcast. You Help uh-huh uh-huh continue our power for work to change culture one episode at a time. So let's get started. Hey what's FAB digital diamond. And couple of weeks ago we recorded with Z and his father and we absolutely love. That episode was quite agreeing green but it was a lot of lessons Learned and it was a window into some of the things that you know. We kind of experience When transitioning and just navigating that life with our parents so we also recorded with MIA's mother so this particular episode is going to be that recording? We we actually drove up off together to Waco Texas. It was country is air. We were scared of the police. We we we're actually to the fair and we had a really really really good time. MIA's mother is a veteran. She is Is just a nice woman and we had a great time with her that day at the fair and chilling at our house and I hope you enjoy it and it's definitely not as triggering as These father but it also so is not as open.
"mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"And I'm sure and I haven't seen the musical, but I, I would wager guests that this would be even more agreed in the musical just because it's older that him being queer, almost like a punchline just to take him out of the running as it were for Meryl's heart. Right? But I don't know. I haven't been musical. I, I don't remember how that plays out, but I wanna see it. Yes. So would we have liked to have seen more than what we're given short is that question has real question. I would always like to see more Qurna. Right? I will not wrestle every single person, both actors and characters. Queered Move mentioned. mention, how awesome an all queer version of. Would it would be like, basically is so why not just let it be? Yes, I want some between Mrs. Weasley. Yeah, it should be like a young transportation who's like, I wanna know which like sperm donor who like only if I going to get Alzheimer's. Only. Very practical. Yeah, that should be the story. And I also wanna talk about how the reviews for this movie versus mama. Mia. Here we go again, who knows. Eight on run tomatoes. It only got a fifty, four percent fresh so audio, not critics. So critics did not especially like this movie was about half and half where they were like nuts. Okay. Other ones really do, but mama, Mia, here we go again as of this recording, has an eighty percent fresh on rotten tomatoes, dick critics. So people have been pointing that your shit. And it's it's not as though mama. Mia. Here we go again is a much better movie on me are worse based on the fact that Meryl Streep is not really in it. The only run is good in ma-ma one is because it's cheap, but mama me. Here we go again, does have Fernando in it, making it the better movie, but but I do wanna see that movie now have to. I do. Yeah. I mean, now that I've really loved the first one, I'm like doubt to better be good. You know, if you skipped Mumia to doubt to better be fucking bang. So the point is people are talking about how the sequel is any better. It's just that like the cultural landscape has shoe, isn't that Donald Trump is president. People need to feel happy. Right? And I think it's like critics are a little more tolerant of like a female driven story about a woman who humps a bunch of guys. Okay. Humps that is an attack. I can't. You just use that word on serious. I I love. love how. I will leave. Like many filmmakers are straight white men. So are many movie critics. So I know, I don't know. I just wanted to point out the disparity between the fresh and rotten ratings like in this ten year gab between the two movies coming out and it's not as though the sequel is that much better. I think it's just that we're seeing a little bit of a shift happening in our landscape. Yeah, I, I agree that like the criticism landscape is shifting and also there's more like not to toot around fucking horn, sorry. But there are more like there are other outlets to to talk about movies on that. There weren't in two thousand eight, including, like I mean, two thousand eight. That's like, oh, gee, and that's like where I lock in the gates, you know? Yeah. Well, I think this movie is the my favorite movie. I love to listen. I'm not ashamed to say I love to feel good. Yeah. Yeah, I love field movie. I like to feel good. I can't usually feel the way I feel after watching mama, Mia or mama. Mia to here we go again without a lot of drugs or Bubby or Bubby than the current right. Is that the word that we were working for whenever we have to make up or Bobby, this movie makes me very. Bobby. They did go again. This is maybe Meryl's best year. I mean, on one hand in the summer, she is mama. She's bubbly? Yeah. By winter from Windsor, she's doubting up store. She hangs mama and then fall is Julia. That's the Merrill spectrum, like on a scale of Donna to lady, what's her name? Sister Allah wishes or Allah wishes. Listen, I stand for sister Ella wishes. Don't get me wrong. Makes them go local..
"mia" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Mia. JJ you'll know what you please lease pool you. We go see this. JJ I really wouldn't. Bourbon. Nice. Try. Give it a try, though. Dude, Sukree, aren't you? Glad we played that by the way we do not listen to any voice Bill before we play them. That was totally coincidental that we've been. This. Time, a perfect timing between listening to dead poll deadbolt conversation, and mama, Mia, Jared way a way to clinch it with the with the mama. Mia, voicemail I go. I knew there was a reason that I play today. I did listen to that when it came in just to make sure it was clear, but I did not listen to the entire message and I, I guess I didn't remember it. All it was about it was about me. Okay. Do we want to like get to a topic and shit. No, but let's tease a couple of topics here. Then we're gonna talk about on on Thursday. I want to talk about a few things. Thank you by the way Strickland for helping me go and get my my motor, my my motorcycle. I wish thank you for helping me get my bicycle. Yeah, you wouldn't go your bicycle right in marina del Rey. So on Thursday, we're going to talk about my new modes of transportation which are, of course, are my new beach bike and in the skateboard so it talked about a a way to to be California transporting from one spot to the other. I just I just got back from a bicycle ride. As a matter of fact, I did get the basket. I'm waiting for bell and I am going to add one. I am going to add one little feature onto it. I am going to get a Cup holder. It's really important cupholder for your. Okay. Okay. I don't know how you're gonna drink while you're riding your bike, but okay, you could drive, okay. Yeah, I could try. I could try. All right. So we're gonna talk about that. We're going to talk about. Let's see this new business tool that we've been using called vox, sir. I don't know if you've gotten into it yet, but I have just started to get into. It's kind of cool. So I wanna I wanna get some some people's health that may be internet's gay community that are using boxer already. I did. I was reading an interesting article in my most recent visit to Dr Alice's wonderland. Yes, that is the name of my practice here in Dhaka. Alice's wonderland. Yeah. Okay. Everybody's just a little bit a little bit interesting here in California. She is wonderful. She's a good chiropractor, but there was an article that I was reading. I wanna talk about if you and we'll give you a little test. They use suffer from text neck. Okay. Do you suffer from textile? We'll talk about that. Let's see. I, I definitely want to talk about the your tribute band, the going mobile, tribute band, and this coming episode that is coming up on Thursday and so many more topics. And maybe we'll even tease that we could possibly spin the the topics we'll we'll cheese. We've got so many topics. I mean, we ought to actually get to some of them and. Yeah, we should spend the wheel to do that. I think. Yeah. Okay. Sick. It's a classic. Yeah. On the wheel and ages. It's been a long time. We're going to spend the wheel on Thursday. We're going to make that a plan. All right. Steve O'Brien. Take us out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven, Brian. Thanks for listening, bartender, Doug. Here's going to have a Cosmo in stricklin is going to have a fireball on the rocks, not the little glass. Yeah, the big one, the twenty four. Oh, and they both like a little umbrella, just gimme the bottle and charge him as much as you can.
"mia" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Mia i'm like obviously my i know i'll look like that how much how much bigger 'cause you you're huge how much bigger is he the new uh i i don't know paranoid and more paid a like a like ap yeah yeah like they're apple by abide home but the mark more practically if more by hit move at that guy you know well end when he the week before he played you guys he called that safety over to hit a mini actually not be out fa anger at all if you want me to you all pull that move right you wanna you want to run by those guys yeah i i ain't i pounded in mecca nobody math at all was act ma'am no time we in the same solis catch up i am africa i tied girlie thanks all right take care gurley of your listening talk rarely sosnov they'll so i can only imagine yeah he's tall linda for a nit no just it was his aussie yeah no he's she's right right he's not he's not seen a foreign it before he's a poor man's version of jim brown you too young to remember key jim brown none of our lives it's who bars but i remembered a no jim brown do you oh man he was a man among boys four net is unbelievable 1962 did you hear his reaction when i mentioned this stuff about the safety like even he was impressed are you impressed by that.
"mia" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"This was a typical hang out spot for band members in this area well meal would leave the bar around midnight she was there from about ten a m herbs are ten pm till midnight and then she went to a friend's house somebody that live just blocks away from the comet she stayed there to about two a m now her friend says that she tried to talk mia into staying the night mia says that she's going to get a cab and she's going to head home for the night it's a round three 15 to 330 that there is a woman walking near the intersection of 24th avenue and south washington street and she sees the body of a woman a young woman in her mid to late 20s and she happens to be near a fire department so this woman this this sees a victim on the ground decides to run to the fire department and she reports what she has found now the when the fire department arrives according to their report mia is the victim and she is still warm at this time her body still warm the fire department try to resuscitate her however they were unsuccessful fire departments then go to call this into the police department yeah and so when the when the police department arrives uh the first thing they know is how the body is found um they describe it as like a cross like formation so her arms are both out to the sides um and she has her legs crossed with the right leg over top of the left lay while like the crucifixion yes so it'd be more like jointly jesus residues on the cross also uh in in most the crucifixion poses they have a foot on top of the other foot.