35 Burst results for "Michael Us"
Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana
"Cincinnati forced for Indiana turnovers into thirty eight to twenty four win the number eight Bearcats trailed fourteen to nothing in the second quarter but grabbed the lead for good early in the fourth two plays stood out for three on Cincinnati a ninety nine yard kickoff return by tree talker and a Hoosier fumble on the Bearcats two in the fourth quarter Cincinnati cornerback Desmond Ridder passed for two hundred ten yards going to have time or or even were down fourteen on the wasn't loan faces there wasn't you know heads down or anything I use single caller Michael Penix was picked off three times as the un ranked Hoosiers fall to one in two Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
Wheeler, Phillies Hold off Mets 4-3 to Boost Playoff Hopes
"Zack Wheeler allowed a run and struck out six over five plus innings of the Phillies for three down into the Mets we were as foreign one with a two point six two ERA in nine starts against his former club Brad Miller put the Phillies ahead two to one in the fifth with a solo shot Archie Bradley allowed two runs in the eighth on doubles by Francisco Lindores Michael Conforto and Kevin Pelor Ian Kennedy took over and got the last out of the inning before nailing down his twenty third save I've been in our shoes twenty times in here your car just to make sure that you just go in and out of our do your job and do a quick search you can I just try to pick him up and that the eighth inning printer the outcome puts the Phillies within one and a half games of the NL east leading Braves I'm Dave Ferrie
Guerrero Hits 46th HR, but Twins Hit 3 in Row, Top Blue Jays
"Michael Pineda three relievers held the jays to just five hits well Minnesota hit four home runs you know seven three victory at Rogers centre or gave to local next to Josh Donaldson went deep against Toronto starter hundred were you who lasted just two plus innings blue jays manager Charlie one toils as real needs to make some tweaks to his delivery he's fine he's LTSE complaint so it's it's always command if you get set you'll be fine like he's always asking that is always done in the past I also don't want Brent Rooker also homered in the wind Vladimir Guerrero junior his forty six Holbrook this season in a losing cause regaining the major league lead the J. is dropped a half game back of the Yankees for the second American League wild card spot join the debate Toronto
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk
"Advisers at the food and drug administration rejected recommending widespread use of a third dose of visors coronavirus vaccine the vote was sixteen to two against three doses a setback for the White House adviser Dr Michael Carrillo says they need more data we need to target the boosters right now it should be clear to the people are likely to be at high risk and it's an older population that you know compromise and the advisers later voted to recommend the extra does to those people advisor Dr Amanda Cohn at the CDC says the focus should stay on two doses it is clear that the unvaccinated are providing transmission the Biden ministration was hoping for the three dose recommendation to shore up protection from the delta variant at Donahue Washington
Michael Sussmann Met With Clinton Campaign Officials Two Days Before FBI Opened Investigation on Trump
"But folks make no mistake. Michael Sussman was not a low level player here. Michael Sussman was a mid to high level lawyer with deep connections in the DNC to Marc Elias to Jake Sullivan, who is the current national security advisor for Joe Biden used to work with the Clinton campaign. Oh, yeah. And with deep ties to Hillary Clinton herself. It's not a small level player. Yeah, I'd like to see Comey prosecuted. I'd like to see uh, the rest of the liars prosecuted as well. But don't brush this off either. Let's go through some of the take aways the indictment and I have to ask the question again. When does when does this guy flip Sussman and start giving up information on what the Clinton campaign knew? And what Hillary knew ourselves? Because when he does this is going to get grab your partner. Grab your popcorn, popcorn eating guy Giffey on social media. You know the Michael Jackson one they have from the thriller video. They see that you see that if you're on social media No, I'm talking about Let's go to take away number one from this indictment because it's these are some gemstones in here number one from the indictment from yesterday, for example, it says on or about July 29 2016. Sussman, the lawyer and another campaign lawyer from the Clinton campaign, met with personnel from the U. S investigative firm and their office. We're assuming that's fusion GPS. Sussman build this time to the Clinton campaign for this. Why is this interesting? And just said Sussman meant subsequent met on July 29th. With fusion, GPS and Clinton campaign lawyers July 29 2016. Why is that interesting? What about that date is interesting. Oh, yes. That's just two days before the FBI opens up the investigation at the Donald Trump called Crossfire Hurricane, which is open July 31st 2016. Just the just the big quickie dig,
If Michael Sussmann Is Guilty, so Is Hillary Clinton
"So remember when Hillary Clinton tweeted out when October 31st of 2016 it's time for Donald Trump to answer serious questions about his ties to Russia. For things you need to know about his secret server communicating with the Russian Alfa Bank. She said. Yes, Donald Trump has a secret server. He didn't It was set up to communicate privately with Putin tied bank. It wasn't When a reporter asked about it, they shut it down. They didn't One week later, they created a new server with a different name for the same purpose. They didn't Yeah. Remember when she tweeted that out? It was all alive. She knew what the whole time and now her lawyer got busted. Busted yesterday Indicted, indicted? Yep. So the question now becomes what it hills know. And when did Hillary no at the most corrupt human being to ever run for president, the most corrupt human being ever become President, of course, was Joe Biden, who is the most corrupt person ever to sit in the White House and the dumbest as well. I might add, but Hillary by far the most corrupt human being to ever run for the presidency, Hillary Clinton. Now that one of the lawyers involved with her campaign has been indicted yesterday in the collusion hoax. The question now becomes. When did Hillary know what she knew? She tweeted it out. If that isn't a damning piece of information, I don't know what is now. Let me just get something out of the box right away here because it's important. You know, we've had a lot of head fakes by the Justice Department. Okay with this, and I have very little faith that anyone of significance will go down in this case. This collusion hoax case. I don't you know, I'm sorry. I don't mean to sound pessimistic. I'm a realist. Though We've been let down repeatedly. It's clear as day. Hillary Clinton is guilty here. It's clear as day There's no debating it anymore. Hillary Clinton was involved in hijacking the Justice Department to get in the spy on
Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe
"John durham expected to indict clinton linked attorney involved in russia. Probe this is. Sussman may have lied to top. Fbi lawyer james baker in a meeting on september nineteenth two thousand sixteen in that meeting sussman attempted to tie the trump organization to a russian bank. Alfa bank saying that they were using a secret server to communicate michael sussman. The fbi later dismissed those allegations so did muller and they were totally bogus. How did sussman lie. Durum has discovered discrepancies between susman's congressional testimony and his september two thousand sixteen interview with baker during their discussion. Baker claimed sussman told them he wasn't working on the alpha-bank project for any specific client. This directly contradicted his two thousand seventeen sworn testimony before congress in which he said he was working for an unnamed cybersecurity expert also perkins koi internal billing records which durham has shows that sussman build the hours he spent an alphabetic probe to the hillary clinton two thousand campaign. So here's the take away. The facts seem to show that sussman was intentionally provoking the russian probe on behalf of the former presidential candidate hillary clinton and then lied to obscure it. This was five years ago. Everybody half a decade ago. She want to know what the big takeaway is here. Nothing we've known about this for four years.
Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'
"Mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know
Harper Homers, Rallies Phils From 7 Down in 17-8 Win vs Cubs
"Down seven nothing nothing's offense exploded for seventeen runs in a seventeen a win over the cubs scored seven runs in the bottom of the fourth inning the bill to the lead for good with three runs in the bottom of the sixth RBI double by Bryce Harper and a two run single by Didi Gregorius scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh capped by a three run home run by Barbara his thirty third of the season when this year is gonna win the game right there especially on in your face and on the top that Mets team at Citi field so I'm gonna get that W. today and we're able to do that the wind and able to fully support within three games but actually he's leading a lot of rain Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Ep3: Pain Is The Agent Of Change Director Tristien Marcellous Winfree - burst 2
"One of your interviewee is mentions that everyone's going through something. And I think people need to understand if you're meeting people on the street. We're talking with some of they've gone through stuff. Like I've gone through things. I'm sure lose Tristan you mentioned you've got through your own grief as well. And with American society, I think American society in general, I think there is there needs to be more conversation about going to therapy, talking about things that are not very comfortable and what are things that society should be saying. What should we be talking about and should be made more aware? Society. Yeah. You know, you know, we live in a culture where everything is so fast paced and we're so, you know, what are you feeling? You know what I mean? You got to get money. You know what I mean? Next thing, you know what I mean? It's so it's so bad because when we see some of our favorites, you know what I mean fall down and we say, wow, they were so kids saying signs of this early on, but we chose not to see that. You know what I mean? I see that person. And I always say, like you said earlier, we meet people. Everyone's gonna be dealing with something. And I think that in this world, everybody, you need to be kind. Point blank period. You have to leave the kindness and all that. So you know, I know it's a hard thing to do to do in the world, but you need to kind of, you know, you'll be on the right path and all that. And as far as the world of itself, then what conversations that we have the better. What I'm wearing this in front of the audience. Everybody stood up at the end. It just started hunting on one another. Why? Because it's that common thing that we go through as people. You know what I mean? You still be able to really talk about okay, yes, I want to do that challenge a theme. I'm like, how did I overcome that by doing XYZ? You know what I mean? And I didn't think I was like, you know, as a self that's crazy or, you know, like, you know, you're crazy if you ask for help. Everybody needs to help. Yeah, and it's definitely a very important, especially disorder. We're all going through something. So now, but as far as the artist's part, right? You are, we're dealing with our own issues. And then we put on top of that, our creativity. How do you do that? Specifically, this documentary, you said, okay, so I was asking other questions and then he led to something else. That has creativity sparking, right? And you're saying, okay, maybe I have something bigger than I thought. How do you deal with that in the sense because it is at the very difficult theme to talk about with people and you're not sure if they're going to be open to share. So how do you deal with that in your creative approach? Well, it's so interesting that you say that because while I was interviewing them, you know, my grief was still fresh in my own. Correct. So while I was interviewing them, I'm like, geez, I'm still unpacking myself and here I am receiving things from other people. And I'm like, I have to take a couple I have to take about a week or so apart from each interview because I'm like, you know, all I talk about some heavy stuff and then now I gotta edit it while I'm editing my short film and it was like, it was filled with stuff made emotional roller coaster for me, but it was that theme to what I knew single handedly that it was in divine order that I was doing the right thing with this project. You know what I mean? And I think for me, the biggest thing was just like sitting back and knowing that Michael okay. This is bigger than me. You know what I mean? My project is bigger than me. It's documentary is bigger than me. And to be able to teach with it in people to see it and feel something, that's what it is. That's what it's about. Right. And it's not something that you're doing. Do you have to sort of detach yourself from your own feelings or maybe you got more into that in order to be able to finish this documentary? I'm curious, I'm a curious person. So I definitely leaned into myself a little bit more about why does the person feel that way or can we go back, you know, the technology and see what happened to our specific time and all that. Yeah, it's just intuitive and me to just like, you know, lead with my body and the heart. Definitely. And I think that's what we have, right? I left at the end. So creativity is our voices just making stuff that it's important to us and that we want to share. So as far as that, we got to bring back something a little lighter. So you said you were doing your film and the documentary at the same time. A lot of filmmakers out there are season filmmakers but there are others that are starting out like I mentioned. So in that sense, tell us more about the process with that. You're doing two projects at the same time, but one of them came out before. And now you have something that you're working. What is the process as far as the production part of it? About at least what you encounter. Yeah, you know, so I'm very grateful for my short film team because when I sat down with each and every one of them, you know, they, you know, what my vision was, single handedly, you know what I mean? So grateful for that. Now, when I was in the editing room by myself for my documentary, it was just me, I didn't have anyone to turn to our go to look too. So it was kind of like it was kind of like a home therapy session in itself. And, you know, you walk through this project and I know that I've mentioned that, you know, we did with the 5 stages of three, you know, bargaining and like acceptance and the value that depression and all those other ones. And the people were talking, but I didn't set up the questions. Like, okay, let's talk about arguing, you know what I mean? Those things just like naturally just like the conversation. And as I was piecing together, this documentary, I was like, huh. Here we are. Talking about the acceptance of something, or the denial of something. And so, you know, my process was very, you know, blindness on and, you know, just getting very articulate about what it is that we want to share when we talk about green. And as far as your festival run so that you completed those two films, as far as being on the festival and screening your stuff, what was your process? The what you do in anything prior to the pandemic as far as that screening your film places and now how has that differ from what you're doing now with the documentary because it might be a little different, right? Yeah, no, it's definitely different nowadays. So the film now the documentary is precious news. So it's definitely been a submitted to customers right now. So it hasn't had its own chance to shine this yet. But the part is the short film pain that's done like an extraordinary job being out since 2019 and being part of your festival in Chicago filmmakers and stony island arts bank and, you know, I get to teach with it and my students get to see it and watch it and we talk about process making and, you know, real health business it's like each, you know, the mediums that I teach on is just I'm thankful for it. You were talking to us about your also a T-shirt. And you also, you work with these you say middle school or elementary school kids? So I work with court theater and we teach our students on the south side of Chicago and also work with tape, which is, you know, Chicago partners, education team, and we work on a west side of Chicago. Well, with middle school students. And I know this right now we're talking about how it is to juggle work and life. And then still try to do creative stuff. I think this would say something about filmmakers that they really get. It gets to them that they have to work more than doing creative stuff. And unfortunately, how do you juggle that? Because I know, you know, like you said, we have to make a living, you know? Yeah. But we also need to be creative in order to help our minds in order to help that creativity. So in your experience, how have you dealt with that within the years? Well, you know, tied before this whole pandemic thing happened. You know, it needs to be a key holder at a store called the tag bar, you know, have to wear like, you know, suits and jackets, people love and all that. And when, you know, this thing happening, you know, I couldn't be in front of people anymore. I had to hop into my teaching bag. Really, and it really just brought out the best in me because my life is, you know, built around passionate purpose, you know what I mean? And when those two things are ignited in me, it's like, okay, I can get paid for actually teaching what I know. You know what I mean? And also teaching to children that, you know, who are curious about, you know, about filmmaking and health stories get told and all that. So to have all the insight and knowledge, you know, lose, listen, I'm not gonna go too crazy. You know, all these gifts. Right, but you have to put it out there, especially for the younger generation, right? Yeah, you definitely got to put it out there because, you know, what we do as artists is. Generosity, you know what I mean? It's a public service, what we do. Sometimes we don't see the millions of jewels and sometimes we do. You know what I mean? But you get the stories out there and sell it. And the most audacity right, right? I mean, I think it is great because just to be able to get back, like you said, we have to be nice, you know? That is really what we should all follow all the time kindness. Regardless of anything, that's the first thing that comes in. And to be able to give that back like you said you're working short films, you're working on documentaries
Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing
"That's what we're talking about right now with dr michael gillen. The book is believing is seeing. So you're saying that we we meaning you and others were observing. The spin of certain galaxies ended implied that there was a lot more matter and mass. Then we could see and so what we infer from that observation so we inferred that there must be some things some substance within that galaxy that is causing it to spin so fast that we can't see it's an invisible form of stuff and that's all we called it. When i was a grad student but then as i in the years afterwards we came to call it dark matter. So that's what we call the missing mass that. Where is this mass. That's causing the galaxy galaxy to spin so fast and then beyond that we discovered that the universe is actually not only expanding but it's accelerating out words. That was huge. And i actually covered that when i was at. Abc news because a friend of mine at harvard was involved in that discovery. And we call that dark matter the bottom line just just to come back to the point i was making is that when i learned as a young scientists that most of the universe is invisible and we now believe ninety five percent of the observable universe is invisible to us. I could no longer live by the motto. Seeing is believing because here was science now demanding that i believe in a universe most of which i could not see so i had to ditch. Seeing is believing in that launched me on a very long. Herman has like journey you know. Tormented intellectual sequel has like journey. I literally make fun of. Herman has in the introduction to my new book is areas in bed. I'm not even joking. I'm going to send you a copy when we get off the air. I gotta send you a copy. But so what you're saying. I really you know. I i want to be serious and let the audience know that science or let's say materialists people who are scientistic who insist. There's no such thing as anything except what we can detect with our five senses anything beyond the realm of quote unquote science cannot exist. They make this statement now. That is a statement of faith. It's preposterous but you're telling me oh by the way even science contradicts that idea. Because you're saying there is a ton of matter we can infer the existence of it but we can't see it and so that right there causes you to think like well. Maybe we're getting some of this
Physicist Michael Guillen on His Book 'Believing Is Seeing'
"Michael gillen welcomed the program. You're you've been a friend for a long time. You've been scientists for way longer He your new book is titled believing is seeing physicist. That's you explains. How science shattered his atheism and revealed the necessity of fate. So congratulations on the brand new book. What is the headline in this book. You've written other books. I love talking about faith and science. And how compatible. They are putting it mildly. What's the what's the news in this one. I think the news is that i. For the first time i tell the full story. Eric of my journey from atheism to christianity and i was dragged into christianity kicking and screaming and the headline is that For those people who believe standard is somehow anti science or is completely incompatible with science living breathing. Proof that's not true. Because i live quite comfortably in quite enlightened state being both a scientist and a christian so i guess that's the
How Is God Encouraging You to Stay Strong and Courageous?
"Encouraging you to stay strong and courageous these days. Do tell yeah. I know i think when i go places tons of people come up to me and thank me for my voice or whatever and i'm always amazed that they even perceive me perceive me as having a voice that's courageous or something because i think don't we have an obligation to speak up. I mean i don't know. Maybe it's because i studied the lives of bonn hoffer and all these other great people and in the seven men book and seven women book. These are all people that they inspire you. You want to be that way. And i think that if you behave that way you inspire others to behave that way so i really do feel like we're in a war for the truth and so you've gotta speak the truth particularly when it's uncomfortable particularly when it's uncomfortable and i think that the more you do it the more others around you will do it so but i'm thrilled that people perceive it that
The Most Fun Eric Ever Had Writing a Book
"Which book do you like writing. More bond hoffer or martin luther and why. Oh that's easy martin. Luther really yeah baen. Hoffer was an agony. it was my second biography. It's a long story but it was an agony too right. I was under this horrifying deadline. I wrote the thing in. Like i don't know not-i'm day and night it was. It was very painful The martin luther book was one of the few books i've ever written. Maybe the only one that actually somehow enjoyed writing it and some prophetic guys. This is going to be the toughest book you ever wrote totally wrong. It was the easiest book i ever wrote and one. I had the most fun with so that was easy. The martin luther stuff. It's just loaded with kind of funny interesting stuff. So if you're looking for corky quirky. I would recognize seriously. I think it's fun stuff in
Michael Sussmann Provided False Statements to FBI While Working for Democrats
"This is from the hill. But it's in a wide variety of news reports. A federal grand jury indicted attorney Michael Sussman on a charge of lying to the FBI during the 2016 campaign. Making the second prosecution brought by John Dorm, the special counsel tapped by former President Trump to investigate the FBI's probe into Russia interference. He was tapped by former President Trump. The guy is a civil servant. He's been a federal prosecutor for decades. The indictment alleges. It's assessment, an attorney at the firm's Perkins Coe, and I want to get into that in a minute. With ties to the Democratic Party. Misrepresentative, who he was working for 20 presented evidence to the FBI in 2016 of a link between the Trump Organization in the Russian financial company. Alpha Bank. Now let's stop there. He was planning lies with the FBI. On behalf of the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC. That's why he sought to cover up his footprints. As to who he was actually working with.
LA County Will Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test
"La county announced. Yesterday they're going to move forward with a vaccine mandate you're going to need to show proof of vaccination or negative cova test for a ton of events for indoor bars wineries breweries nightclubs and lounges. They'll also require it for big outdoor events like dodgers games. Ram games chargers games this according to the county public health director.
Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey Not Returning to RHOA
"There's a rumor out there. That cynthia bailey a kenya more are not returning to the real housewives of atlanta. Now porsche and candy will be back. But they're saying that they are going to cast younger new cast members acid rumor. We don't know if that's true and no word yet junior. I'm not sure. It's the og girl. Sha ray get fader are coming back. We don't know yet. We don't know. I've just had cynthia balian. Her husband. Michael show yesterday did they. Still any. t. steve a lot of stuff. But it wasn't about whether she's come back on this show man. Well that's a room. We don't know if it's true so we will see
Dr. Michael Greger: How to Naturally Boost Brain BDNF Levels to Fight Depression
"Welcome to nutrition facts. I'm your host. Dr michael gregor today. We look at ways to mitigate a serious mental health disorder. Depression there's accumulating evidence in brain derived neurotrophic fact may be playing a role in human depression beady. Nf controls the growth of new nerve cells so low levels may explain the atrophy of specific brain areas. You see among depressed patients that maybe one of the reasons exercises so good for our brains. Starting our day exercise regimen within three months you can get a quadrupling obedient. F- reliefs from your brain. This makes sense. I mean anytime. We were desperate to catch prey or desperate not to become prey ourselves. We needed to be cognitively sharp. And so when we're fasting or exercising or an negative calorie balance. Our brain starts churning out. Bvd nf to make sure we're firing on all cylinders. So of course. Big farm as eager to create drugs to mimic this effect. But is there any way to boost enough naturally. Yes i just said it. Fasting and exercise. Okay okay but is there anything we can add to our diet to boost obedient. Well hiring takes dietary flavonoids appear to be protectively associated with symptoms of depression. The harvard nurses study followed tens of thousands of women for years and found that those who are eating the most to appeared to reduce the risk of coming down with depression. Flavonoids occur naturally implants. So there's a statue mountain variety of healthy foods. But how do we know. The benefits are from the flavonoids and not just from eating healthier in general. You don't know until you put it to the test. See some fruits and vegetables have more than others. Apples have more than apricots plums. More than peaches red cabbage. More than white kale. More than cucumbers. So if you randomize people into one of three groups more high flavonoids fruits and vegetables. More low flavonoids fruits and vegetables or no extra fruits and vegetables at all after eighteen weeks. Only the high flavonoids group got a significant boost and obedient f- levels which corresponded to an improvement in cognitive
"michael us" Discussed on The View
"Welcome back. We're back with Dr Michael Oster home joy. So so dr decision whether to wear a mask seems to have become a political debate. Even though it's been proven to slow the spread of the virus trump refuses to follow CDC guidelines and where one in public he even mocked Vice President Joe Biden. For wearing one. Tell me you worried about the messaging coming out of the White House Sir. First of all I. Regret that it's. Kind. Of An issue, we need to keep it as a science. That's how I approach things will continue to. I think that mask masking play a role in reducing the transmission of this virus. But think at the same time there's been a effort made to put mass forward as the solution in there or not. It is about distancing are we have calculated for example, if you had someone who was infected with the virus had cloth masks which remember leaks out of the sites, it's not. Back factor this Michelle funnier these aerosols we just talked about lead usually out of the science. So I'm standing next to a personal as a mascot, their infective or intern I'm affected they're not within two minutes you will transmit the virus official enough level transmission and they become infected. If, both people have now signed. That's four minutes that truly is a hell. But as you can see, that's not the answer it's about just. It's a combination with masks, Washington's and is again about you putting yourself in the position of being around a number of people that can transmit to you. So I think we need to bring this whole issue back. It is not the overall answer that some who have never studied aerosol science are according at the same time. When you can do anything to reduce the risk s import. So let me just just want to ask you a personal question I. Let's Say I'm going to the doctor next week or somebody WHO's watching has to go to the doctor is it safe to go to the doctor if he's wearing a mask shea and I'm wearing a mask and we're washing our hands is that Cole or not? Just got done Sharon review that one of your infected enrolled the other two minutes more. You'll likely transferred to each other on the other hand. The Shirley is better than not having suffered factional that transmission was much. So. Will you ask insane nothing around this denic right now state is it safe for what can we do to reduce the risk distancing as key if you're in fact, illness shouldn't be at work if you're ill going there should be a caller call how you are seen and that risk is reduced. When you're in the doctor's office, we're seeing patients all the time with infectious diseases whether measles chickenpox or in this case covid nineteen. So area office should have all to make sure that that risk is reduced between you and the punishing senior. Thank you our thanks to Dr Michael us to how we will be right back. Thank you. Well, that's it for today you know. It's Thursday we want everybody to. Look out the window if able to go outside, take a deep breath and be glad that you're still alive we want you to take a little time also to enjoy the view and don't forget to wash your hands..
"michael us" Discussed on Risky Business
"One man's flashlight APP is another man's dropper. Let's put it. Actually. You just mentioned the Tiktok clipboard thing. We've got story here from House Technica, which says talk and fifty three other APPs still snoop on your sensitive clipboard data. TIKTOK actually came out and made a statement along the lines of this is an anti spam control, but We're going to be in it because it's freaking people out. What did you make of all of that? Well, it's possible that weren't doing anything. Particularly evil with the clipboard data about them, and it's one of those things where a lot of that does. Go through the clipboard, and the some nuances to have crippled up for example, the the way that apple devices will synchronize the clipboard sermon if you had your mobile phone running tiktok nearby, O'Day stop and then your copy pasting out of your password manager on Michael Us. That's being propagated over the air into the clipboard on your iphone and into Tiktok them and who knows someone. There's a bunch of nuances. Make clip what access more risky than than people realize. What's his apple's kind of tightening up on the use of it? And Yeah. You don't really know whether it's ending up, so it's certainly possible that that data said was more valuable to to attack us. Then you realize where the tech talk was doing it on purpose, I don't know. You know some of the other APPs that that apple list as having been during this affair BITs you know you can understand and some you really can't. So you know maybe people have been using it maybe the other than Tiktok, helping using this phone thing I certainly know that you know I feel we had. Messing around near, say client or an IEP client wall, also handling passwords a cookbook for something else because it does get propaganda. More than you imagine, meanwhile Google has brooded twenty-five Android APPs because they were actually straight up. Just stealing facebook credentials. So this is the thing that happens and one of them. Here I'm c. a flashlight APP. Him After. This was just like straight up, popping up a fake facebook log in page when it saw the facebook APP running, and just like you know putting the browser or the top that looked like the real thing and stealing grades, which hey, it's dominant works and I think it was more than what looking at the list. There's more than one flashlight happened there their. Paper and flashlight APPS. Bad idea. Don't use a bad bad bad on now. Let's talk about this Palo Alto who hob. Everyone's having a good old freak out about this is. Right ten vulnerability, apparently affecting. You Know Palo Alto border devices which is. Not really where you WANNA have a CVS number ten cyber command is even going out and making public statements about it. Santiago patched this. It looks like this is some sort of Samuel related thing. It looks like when you're running..
"michael us" Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories
"Share it with that Office boy are writing. That has really helped out absolutely absolutely spent. I figured out the solution to this. How do you play the role from pile between your two kids as they must be bringing lord of situations to you? I think the hell first of all I think really working mom. You have to be highly highly organized. Because you have less time and you have too many things so I stopped my early because I really clear that. By eight o'clock my mouth out and so my morning. Thank deputy important so everyone goes by himself. You know when I got on the The doctor work so I each office generally by thirty eight fourteen. I get a quick jain before everyone walks into the thing so I'm just curious to understand. How early do you mind telling you the time I reach offers valid only fourteen all right by ten? I did all my stuff. Which would have made me stay back long. And I automated mighty and ideally Buckeyes it into the important dodging all. So I'll buy ten million walks into the office. No you know the regular Volkstaat and I do I ensure that I finish everything which is very gent on very important before six and after six I have stayed back if there is something which cannot be able to next so by back six to six forty five or six forty as a buffer. Jackie for myself so that you WANNA teach baffled by seventy again seventy nine footy is a time which I completely dedicate to that. We have in the House that we have to have enough together so my son comes from football. My girls at home at that point in time we have the early around eighty together. I hear good extorting something school which I do things and you know. I beat the dental nine thirty to completely go off to bed and after nine put took then I just go for a walk and I come back by ten so that is how I manage the both box of the what my world and I think I haven't changed any I haven't faced any for so many years I am able to deliver equally on both sides of into context of war. We talk a lot about culture. How do you see it? And how do you think weekend said the right culture for optimal results? I think the focus has been on the outcomes and not on the activities or tying spanked unfortunately if you look in India that Many times Ah spending too much dying on video listings and which doesn't help us to be efficient and a working woman can not effort to be not to be efficient so I think by setting expectations that I could our managers with our team members and even stay cooler really had to be I will say on the track and doesn't deal you and again we like going back to my first point. It all starts with setting right expectations now. The question is why should sound. Listen to your expectations. I think if you are up to fashion who has a track called delivering people will listen dealing expect. And that's what I have experienced throughout my career accepting for wondered cases. I never faced a charge because they were very clear that end of the day. Things will not fall between the cracks. And she will do. How do you take time out for yourself? I think We tend to the time where Jerry time for myself because sometimes from Monday to Friday. 'cause Donna Sixty five. I have become a machine of which is a kind of a shocked by the clock in the weekends. Of course I get a little late And in the morning when my school for different glasses I have time for myself. I make a cup of Coffee. I sit down I read. I have no one to talk me and in the evening also announced say six to eight and they are not around have become big things. I'd be myself that I feed or I go for that. So that is how I make time for my favorite show ready field with this that these are the slots on the weekends. We are not supposed to describe. So what's the kind of support system you have created around your service? I think he will fight. Mickley a very important role explicit expectation setting within that I will be but there will be. Sometimes I think you have to manage For example if during the weekdays there's a board something which is really important and I knocked at home. I clearly managed we managed in between do he has to be on dying back home so that is one part of it. You how also you know someone who is a hating my kids there who walk. She's a after injury chic with John. She feels very I would say anthony stick with me and she sees me. That is the Fox. She had extent than to it. So I think with these things My sense I tried to fill in by someone who can be equally or I will say near to me for them those points in time but then I am around. I Make Radi clear mice. Thanks I don't want to zoom myself with I will say non quality things and I see more on quality. What does that mean painting making up? No I won't talk about the stations with my kids. I want to check with him. The moment you do that automatically you will see that you'll be asked because as humid. Sometimes you have a challenge that you weren't everything from improper but then you have balancing between the two votes. You have to let go some back and you get an integral non-qualified security you can make those things which doesn't have a major impact on your just media hygiene an expedition facto. Who's your role models at all? I had to very early on my career My Mental Angelina. She's not related to me. But does she says she was advice. Dan and I had actually banned up low complexity bank and I remember as an endorsement. I had a chat because I had told her that I've watched too. I didn't end. I never want to give up my wife and I want to continue. I think of my conversations with her at that point in time really healthy as they kicked doing Michael Us They never I ethics stated or a bit strength. I will just message. I'm getting a check. I think. She's a huge huge influence on my life and I were not to fall today to. How do you would say invest the time that is left with you on Sunday nor do you read something or you know? Do you right. So how do you take care of the time that's available with you on weekends so I do two things one foresight because that's my passion I keep an eye on things which I announced we but that it has to do with politics whether it is with the break and I am writer to people matters. I have published white people so that is one of my rain. I love my team. Teams continue to be enriched and I will say heavy thinking thing I do is I meditate. Because you know when you walk twenty four by seven and you're working clock you ended up. She gets somehow this balance. I think meditation really helps. Because it helps my energy to Steve Gum and it also helps me to take all the I would say And then she sat us off. Talks things in my mind out and speak balance. I think how I spent my time than what I have to thank for myself. Booking mom what message you would like to give our listeners I think the first messaging. You're not you're wrong. Because be given in a strengthen not weaken. This is the first thing you should remember. Second don't take entire burden on your shoulders on one hand and get out of the door. Ever forget back cuts getting a child of easing. Your child is not the the unknown you. How far nothing that? Jordan decanted defiant and making your in your career journey and spell. Because he or she or he would also acceding right in your own professional achievement as you would to your journey and my last question how do you make it becoming a CHR of quickey? I think I always having read gold in person. Oh they never I would statistic affecting my Guardian. I would be clear that I'm not doing just a job. I need to ensure. Why does his job gave me my long-term cutting? And where do I go from here so I have all these in students? I invested in NYC on drools that is how in most of the places I was always high-performance I have always Skipped cheap people and it working because it has helped me to enrich my coffee sources and make my connections and putting which I have done is I on created owned Mitch. My own piece in You know I would say that H. I said. The game was back to utilize my free time. Because I write. I talk about really careful. So when you are very clear about your goal in just the Leeward I mean creating in these for my favorite place to be. It was wonderful interacting with due to do thank you so much for your time. Thanks cut it out. Hello working moms said on the right expectations and don't take all the burden yourself. Being woman is a strength not a weakness have a wonderful time and stay tuned to execute imam stories. We would love to hear from you for any feedback ought to be guest on our show. You can't reach a sad stories and Jimmy. Dot Com auto execute imam stories facebook page..
"michael us" Discussed on KCRW
"Helped finger William Talbot is convinced to work with police is not just solving crimes is preventing ever cases that work three months old you know they have a really high chance of re offending and even escalating and I'm sure there are you know people that were potentially serial killers that have been or will be stopped because of this but even as police crack cases faster than they ever thought possible some people warned genetic genealogy is moving too fast giving law enforcement too much access to personal information and it needs to be reined in now reveals Emily Harris has been working with reporter Kate McMahon on today show and then Lee picks up this part of the story one person who believes genetic genealogy needs to be rain Dan is this man my name is Michael US three live here in New Orleans and I work in the film industry down here it's Sunday morning I reach Michael on the phone as he sitting in a small office in his house he tells me about an encounter he had with a precursor of genetic genealogy back in two thousand fourteen he was visiting his parents a few hours out of town and I got a call from the police down here in New Orleans who told me my vehicle match the description of a hit and run he knew he wasn't involved he told the police he be happy to chat he could meet them at his house around to that afternoon I pulled up at exactly two o'clock and at two OO one three officers were at my door and I have a big ninety pound labradoodle and he likes to bark at people at the door so he was all excited when they came in and within about thirty seconds to a minute they were asking me if I would mind going down to the station to talk to Michael still has his labradoodle oboe you will go a sack and as he left bobo that day six years ago getting into the backseat of the police car Michael asked one of the officers if they really wanted to talk about a hit and run and at that point he said well actually we'd like to talk to you about some other things too just one.
"michael us" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Leave they finally solve the murder mystery from the day police picked up Talbot to a year later genetic genealogy cracked more than fifty cases of murder and rape that's a rate of more than one a week police say they did it using genetic genealogy company ran the then unknown DNA profile through a public database there was a partial match hello this is a message that obviously we're not gonna quit on these cases upon the families that haven't had a resolved yet most of cold case years old but some just a few months genetic genealogy CC more who helped finger William Talbot is convinced to work with police is not just solving crimes is preventing ever cases that work three months old you know they have a really high chance of re offending and even escalating and I'm sure there are you know people that were potentially serial killers that have been or will be stopped because of this but even as police crack cases faster than they ever thought possible some people warned genetic genealogy is moving too fast giving law enforcement too much access to personal information and it needs to be reined in now reveals Emily Harris has been working with reporter Kate McMahon on today show and then Lee picks up this part of the story one person who believes genetic genealogy needs to be rain Dan is this man my name is Michael US three live here in New Orleans and I work in the film industry down here it's Sunday morning I reach Michael on the phone as he sitting in a small office in his house he tells me about an encounter he had with a precursor of genetic genealogy back in two thousand fourteen he was visiting his parents a few hours out of town and I got a call from the police down here in New Orleans who told me my vehicle match the description of a hit and run he knew he wasn't involved he told the police he be happy to chat he could meet them at his house around to that afternoon I pulled up at exactly two o'clock and at two OO one three officers were at my door and I have a big ninety pound labradoodle and he likes to bark at people at the door so he was all excited when they came in and within about thirty seconds to a minute they were asking me if I would mind going down to the station to talk to Michael still has his labradoodle oboe you will go at that and as he left bobo that day six years ago getting into the backseat of the police car Michael asked one of the officers if they really wanted to talk about a hit and run and at that point he said well actually we'd like to talk to you about some other things too just.
"michael us" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Birth detective Scharf then steps to the podium to explain how they use genetic genealogy to identify tell but as a suspect if it hadn't been for genetic genealogy we wouldn't be standing here today it's not allowed to be used in law enforcement we would never solve this case right after tablets arrests police around the country start using genetic genealogy and making arrests for three decades the death of eight year old April Tinsley has baffled Indiana. good morning leave they finally solve the murder mystery from the day police picked up Talbot to a year later genetic genealogy cracked more than fifty cases of murder and rape that's a rate of more than one a week police say they did it using genetic genealogy company ran the then unknown DNA profile through a public database there was a partial match hello this is a message that obviously we're not gonna quit on these cases. hotel the families that haven't had a resolved yet most of cold case years old but some just a few months genetic genealogy CC more who helped finger William Talbot is convinced to work with police is not just solving crimes is preventing I worked cases that work three months old you know they have a really high chance of re offending and even escalating and I'm sure there are you know people that were potentially serial killers that have been or will be stopped because of this but even as police crack cases faster than they ever thought possible some people warned genetic genealogy is moving too fast giving law enforcement too much access to personal information and it needs to be reined in now reveals Emily Harris has been working with reporter Kate McMahon on today show and then leave picks up this part of the story. one person who believes genetic genealogy needs to be reined in is this man my name is Michael US three live here in New Orleans and I work in the film industry down here it's Sunday morning I reach Michael on the phone as you sitting in a small office in his house he tells me about an encounter he had with a precursor of genetic genealogy back in two thousand fourteen he was visiting his parents a few hours out of town and I got a call from the police down here in New Orleans who told me my vehicle match the description of a hit and run he knew he wasn't involved he told the police he be happy to chat he could meet them at his house around to that afternoon I pulled up at exactly two o'clock and at two OO one. three officers were at my door. and I have a big ninety pound labradoodle and he likes to bark at people at the door so he was all excited when they came in and within about thirty seconds to a minute they were asking me if I would mind going down to the station to talk to Michael still has his labradoodle bobo. and as he left over that day five years ago getting into the backseat of the police car Michael asked one of the officers if they really wanted to talk about a hit and run and at that point he said well actually we'd like to talk to you about some other things just one other thing it turned out a murder a young woman named Angie Deitsch had been raped and stabbed multiple times in nineteen ninety six in Idaho. Michael had visited Idaho in the mid nineteen nineties his sisters had gone to college there and he co produced a short film about people who get obsessed with killers it's called murder of Delia timing. Turner falls from. it's made up it's a fictional film that parts of it are pretty gruesome and one killing described in it resembles what happens to Angie and I was sure either in blocking her from the door and stabbing it's like. this is one of the things that the. least saw online when they were researching me they said look at this scene makes short films about men sneaking into houses and murdering young girls how how and when did they get a sample of your DNA. we two to three hours maybe into it and walks what turns out to be a Louisiana state police and he was a very large man it seems like at the time he was seven feet tall when four hundred pounds he had a mouth swab to latex gloves and he was walking directly towards me right from the door and he's like we're gonna take your DNA now and I backed up and I went whoa whoa wait a minute you know what what is this this is crazy I should I get a lawyer and he said well do you see this warrant and that means that you have to give your DNA to us right now what the officer said was true like with any search warrant a judge can sign an order giving police the right to collect your DNA if police can explain to that judge why you're a suspect Idaho police had zeroed in on Michael after trying something they've never done before putting crime scene DNA collected from Angie's murder through a genealogical database Michael says his dad gave a DNA sample to that database more than a decade ago the nonprofit organization that owns the database had visited the Mormon church Michael's dad went to asking people to take part the Mormon faith puts a lot of stock into genealogy because of religious purposes Mormons believe in identifying dead ancestors who were not members of the church and baptizing them so the whole family can be together in the afterlife years after Michael's father gave his sample that genealogical database was sold to ancestry dot com Idaho police searched it using a DNA analysis that's less exact than what's used today they found a close match then they got a warrant to make ancestry give them the name it was Michael's dad they research the family and honed in on Michael because of his movie and his friends in Idaho basically my father participated in the DNA sample call. shin and you know fifteen years later I am being pulled in as a suspect in a murder. what struck me about the S. three case was that this was using it not law enforcement database and that struck me as quite noteworthy Natalie ram teaches law at the university of Maryland and she learned about Michael story in two thousand fifteen this was the first known time police had searched a genealogy database instead of the usual criminal databases created for police those law enforcement databases may have problems Natalie says but at least they have supervision state labs have to follow specific procedures database searches might be limited to certain crimes and the criminal database coatis hold only DNA profiles of people who've been arrested or convicted so by law they've already lost some privacy rights by contrast the consumer genetic databases are comprised primarily of people who have decided they're interested in learning more about their DNA what it can tell them about their ancestral origins one of my total about their future genetic medical risks and soccer pretty personal stuff so personal says Natalie that consumer DNA databases need oversights laws about when and how police can use them in her view it goes back to the basics of the constitution we have a balance of values between of privacy and crime solving between liberty and crime solving afterall one four think it's all the locks war crimes if they were able to enter anyone's home at any time just because they wanted to we don't allow that. when privacy activists first heard Michael astri story in two thousand fifteen the criticism was quick and severe tough enough that ancestry dot com cut off public access to the database where police had found his father Natalie says that was the right move but people working in genetic genealogy say that's wrong consumer DNA databases should be easily available to police I decide to visit para upon the company that's built a business off genetic genealogy Alex I sing here is so hot already welcome to the C. right C. E. O. Steve Armand chart shows me around headquarters it's just desks and computers in a bland office building in the DC suburbs they outsource all their lab work my eye catches some small iridescent pieces of plastic on display we would always so those are Mike or ray scanner chips what's actually on them so DNA gets washed over these chips they have probes DNA sticks to the probes and a computer analyzes it so it's like at the peace of the DNA that you're reading from a crank service Dan is that I don't know these are expensive chips that our our partner lab gave us somebody's DNA turned into art for display when we sit down in his office to talk Steve argues that police using genetic genealogy to find the suspect is just like looking for clues on Facebook what if a cop he says find a photo of a suspect with his arm around a victim and he didn't post it his aunt Ted he didn't give his aunt permission to do that but she's made an association visitations are all around us DNA is another one and police use all of those associations all the time when they're doing best cation as sort of the heart of what they do. so I don't see that this is a lot different than photographs on Facebook the right to privacy can depend on what choices you make on Facebook for with your DNA Steve points out that when you send in a split sample or you share your DNA profile on a commercial website to look for relatives you're agreeing to the terms of service as long as as people are voluntarily allowing their DNA to be searched I just don't see where the privacy concerns arise I asked Natalie about that argument she says that voluntarily sharing your DNA profile is different it's true she says the person sending in their own sample may be fine with police sifting through their genetic connections but it's fundamentally on true with respect to their genetic relatives who may have never use one of these consumer genetic services would never want to and are being implicitly made fine noble through this database through mill voluntary conduct of the round people like Michael astri after police swapped his cheek in the interrogation room they took him home they dropped me back on my side wall can that was it. I didn't hear anything from them and on the thirty third day they sent me an email that said Hey Mister rush three your DNA did not match the the sample from the crime scene something you already knew sorry for the inconvenience. your DNA will not be used for any other testing purposes thank you have a nice day but he knows his DNA was capped and looked out again and I know that because a year and a half ago the Idaho falls police department sent my sample to this company called parable on laughs Idaho police were still looking for Angie's Keller last summer they turn to paragon and genetic genealogy see see more bonds chief genetic genealogist use the genealogy website Jed match to find the man whose DNA was at the murder scene that man confessed he's now in prison. Michael astri is not but the experience has made him wish he could keep his DNA private this information can be used for a lot of different purposes wouldn't it be terrible if our DNA information was used to persecute and prosecute. all that. didn't agree with them politically. we all think that things like that couldn't happen in yet. we will we will see. it's impossible to know where DNA technology will take us Hollywood has some ideas they're going to find me. place where any so from any part of your body can be played. welcome to Gatica. but in real life here are some signs of wear we already are the trump administration has just announced they're working on plans to take DNA samples from detained migrants and enter them into CODIS vastly expanding the database and using it to enforce immigration law they say this complies with the two thousand five law until now the department of justice had a carve out for border police and last month North Dakota prosecutors filed felony conspiracy charges against a man who protested the Dakota access pipeline three years ago they found his DNA on a cigarette but at the scene and tracked him down because of a past arrest then there's China.
"michael us" Discussed on KCRW
"CC more who helped finger William Talbot is convinced to work with police is not just solving crimes is preventing ever cases that work three months old you know they have a really high chance of re offending and even escalating and I'm sure there are you know people that were potentially serial killers that have been or will be stopped because of this but even as police crack cases faster than they ever thought possible some people warned genetic genealogy is moving too fast giving law enforcement too much access to personal information and it needs to be reined in now reveals Emily Harris has been working with reporter Kate McMahon on today show and then leave picks up this part of the story. one person who believes genetic genealogy needs to be rain Dan is this man my name is Michael US three live here in New Orleans and I work in the film industry down here it's Sunday morning I reach Michael on the phone as he sitting in a small office in his house he tells me about an encounter he had with a precursor of genetic genealogy back in two thousand fourteen he was visiting his parents a few hours out of town and I got a call from the police down here in New Orleans who told me my vehicle match the description of a hit and run he knew he wasn't involved he told the police he be happy to chat he could meet them at his house around to that afternoon I pulled up at exactly two o'clock and at two OO one. three officers were at my door. and I have a big ninety pound labradoodle. and he likes to bark at people at the door so he was all excited when they came in and within about thirty seconds to a minute they were asking me if I would mind going down to the station to talk to Michael still has his labradoodle bobo you will go a sack. and as he left over that day five years ago getting into the backseat of the police car Michael asked one of the officers if they really wanted to talk about a hit and run and at that point he said well actually we'd like to talk to you about some other things too just one.
"michael us" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Com fifteen past how much of the nation will be under cooler temps today with that tears accu weather dot com meteorologist others there all of the eastern two thirds of the country at this point are going to be far away from extreme heat and humidity it is still going to be of course very seasonable a warm and humid across the southeast but overall we're going to be looking at much more typical temperatures or even temperatures running a bit be low normal will actually see below normal temperatures across parts of New England ten down into the mid Atlantic high temperatures are going to be in the seventies across much of the northeast with eighties along the mid Atlantic coast and down through the hole to prevent it can be hard to tell who the experts are in the field but Duncan Newman is the founder and owner of Newman windows and doors he is there the company with over twenty five years experience they hire only window and door experts they never use subcontractors and this month you can save up to a thousand dollars off the MSRP on energy efficient no guard vinyl windows when you purchase five or more and five in a box off the MSRP on no good vinyl patio doors and you get that lifetime warranty on labour a lifetime warranty on the products to to give them a call the day take advantage this eight seven seven seven Newman for a free no obligation consultation and estimate the local window and door pros Newman windows and doors eight seven seven seven Newman or Newman windows dot com can't find any other offer expires July thirty first was the voice of the seven sixty KFMB hundred and three and in Columbus Ohio sun mixing with clowns high seventy eight that's the nation's weather I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air one eighteen of Death Valley California yesterday's high the nation's low warmer than freezing thirty six eight Harbison meadow Colorado seventeen past this is America in the morning I'm John trout a federal judge blocked three new abortion restrictions from taking effect today Wednesday and Arkansas including a measure that some say would likely force the state's only surgical abortion clinic to close more from correspondent bill Michael US district judge Christine Baker granted a fourteen day temporary restraining order shortly before midnight Tuesday the one hundred fifty nine page order blocks the state from enforcing.
"michael us" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The birth of some baby across the pond, but stock market took a little bit of a tumble yesterday and tumble might even. I don't even know if that's an accurate word. That's why we have our Senate Tonio first news national correspondents like Michael Bauer to help us out about seven hours ago about one thirty this morning. Michael US stock index futures were lower Dow fell one hundred and forty eight indicating a negative open this morning futures on the SNP and the NASDAQ were also lower. Well, they're open at Wall Street for now almost sixty minutes. What's going on? Well, we're looking at here is again indicators all morning about how low numbers dip down into the two hundred point rage that they've been down somewhere in the one hundred sixty rain in any of these cases, and you're seeing all across the globe. It's not just happening here in America. But you've seen the Nikkei in Japan opened up low you saw South Korea opened up low in Germany and England everything opened up low due to the fact that there is this fear that there's a trade meltdown between the US and China. It may not be meltdown. After all we knew that the Chinese had threatened to not come to Washington D C for trade talks scheduled for this week. They have since changed their mind that might have to do with the fact that President Trump is in very heavy concerns in regard to terrorists that that that China's maybe we should make our way to these discussions than they have been asking to change language in agreements that had been on the table for a while now commitments that they had made earlier in trade talks. And when the US started hedging and saying, wait a minute. You can't make all of these changes and still not show up for any of these discussions you now see a change in pace in the Chinese are expected to be in Washington D C Thursday for day one of negotiations. It was supposed to happen tomorrow. But this delay has caused them to go till Thursday. Now that gives them just a little bit of time here, Charley because what the president's team has said the administration officials who have accused the Chinese of reneging on commitments made in those trade deals. They say at the Trump administration that they are reaffirming their plan to raise tariffs from ten. Percent to twenty five percent on a wide range of Chinese goods beginning at twelve o one on Friday. So to put this into perspective you'll have negotiations beginning at some point on Thursday. We don't know early morning when this is going to happen, but they'll have negotiations beginning with China on Thursday that will go through till at least twelve o'clock midnight on some level. And then twelve oh one. That's when the American officials right now are saying they're going to institute these tariff raises on Chinese good all across the country. And that means that we you and I anybody who's buying a product that comes from China. We'll have to pay substantially more so on the data front. We bet the job openings and labor turnover which is doing about a half hour later this afternoon, consumer credit numbers, basically just something else depending on which way those numbers go for people to overreact. Yeah. Of course, and listen to that. That's what this. Doc market is all about right? Overreacting to it. And then seeing if they can somehow mellow that all out over the span of a day. So there's still a lot to be senior right now, you're going into this with some great economy for the US and some great numbers for President Trump. You know, this this portion of things where you have to issue these threats if you actually are going to have to escalate that's the part where the concerns are going to be, you know, if you have to escalate this level of of tariff on Chinese goods Americans are going to have to pay more from everything from computers to clothing, this is outside of bolt mounts of steel of the country is buying on some level. This is something that gets down to the action. Actual individual buyers here, and it would probably pretty much certainly Beijing to retaliate in that would hurt. Critical exports like soybeans and airplanes. So you don't wanna see anything extend to that level. That's why there's this sort of fluctuation going on all across the globe. Everybody's a little concerned of what one day at least at this point one day of negotiations is going to bring to the table here. And if that could lead to what their belief is at this point in time that there may be some sort of a trade war going. On and melting down between the US and China San Antonio. I news correspondent Michael Bauer. This is San Antonio FC insider life on the road continues to be a mystery in two thousand nineteen for San Antonio FCA after dropping their fourth consecutive game away from home with the three. No the feet Sunday in New Mexico. United San Antonio is now gone seven straight matches dating back to two thousand eighteen without a result and been outscored fourteen to three in that stretch. Good news.
"michael us" Discussed on KOMO
"Past the hour. Well, we can score another one for the good guys. The Los Angeles area man has been arrested for what law enforcement says was a large scale domestic terror plot to inflict mass casualties. Let's bring in Jim Roope from Los Angeles. Michael US attorney Nick Hannah alleges twenty six year old Marc Domingo is a man consumed with hate and bent on mass murder. Mingo is a former US soldier who served in Afghanistan between two thousand twelve and two thousand thirteen he had since converted to Islam and apparently became radicalized found by agents monitoring chat rooms and in one such online forum talking about hatred toward and calling on violence against America at times, Mr. Domingo's said that he wanted to kill Jews as they walked to synagogue at other times. He said he wanted to kill and target police officers attacked a military facility or or attack crowds at the Santa Monica. Pier. Can you even wanted to murder a neighbor, which he said could serve as a prelude? To a much larger Tanna says the rhetoric ramped up after the New Zealand mosque bombing. He wrote quote, there must be retribution unquote undercover agents with a joint terrorism task force engaged Domingo as he continued to hatch a plan to carry out such retribution at a white nationalist rally in Long Beach Schettino plot culminated with plans to bomb innocent people causing dozens of deaths and serious injuries. Domingo's purchase. What he thought were pressure cooker bombs from who he thought where like minded bombmakers, but in reality where inner devices constructed by undercover agent, Mr. Domingo received instructions on how to detonate the devices he believed to be bombed, and then he drove the two purported confederates to Long Beach when they walked around the area of the plan to rally to find places to plant the bombs for crowds would likely gather in order to inflict the maximum number of deaths. He was arrested. Shortly thereafter, Hannah, says Domingo was acting alone. And he's being charged with providing attempting to provide material support to terrorists, Michael. Thanks, jim. Jim rupe? Reporting for first light from Los Angeles. Now nine minutes after the hour as President Trump continues to look for ways to deal with a number of migrants coming into the US at the southern border both illegally and legally the president calling for changes in the way, the country handles asylum seekers as we hear from correspondent John Laurence. President Trump wants new measures for the country's asylum process..
"michael us" Discussed on KOMO
"China tariff, talks European markets open mixed on US, stock futures were just barely positive overnight business. Reporter Tom Busby has more for us now on those trade talks. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. Michael US trade talks with China kicking into high gear today. China's economies are joins the US treasury and commerce secretary's in DC for negotiations today. Another black eye for YouTube, Nestle, Disney an epic games to make her a fortnight have all pulled their ads from the Google owned service on reports that their ads ran alongside comments from a pedophile network. It's almost spring and mortgage applications were higher last week. First time in a month. Just as mortgage rates hit a one year low tesla may begin leasing out its model three sedan to drive up demand right now only to its own employees Samsung unveiled a new lineup of galaxy smartphones. One of them has a foldable screen. It'll be out in two weeks. It'll cost nearly two grand tennis. Great. Serena Williams, joining the board of directors at posh, Mark the website where you buy and sell luxury goods and good news for some of us. The IRS says the chances of getting audited this year are the lowest they've been in fifteen years, maybe for you high paid guys like Tom Busby. Good news twenty five minutes after the hour. Now on first light. Kevin car is with us. Now, having just seen the latest how to train your dragon movie. Kevin is this really the final one? Good morning, Michael. Yes. This is the end of the series, the they have the trilogy. So this is the final movie, and they also have a TV show that's been on Netflix. How to train your dragon started out as an adaptation of this children's book, and it was a very popular movie about these this Viking city where this this kid who learns how to train dragons, and they sort of live in harmony. And then of course, the the next one was finding his mother. And now this one is. Hiccup who's the main character in his dragon toothless toothless fines? Another dragon a female dragon of his own species. They thought was gone forever. And so it's them getting to know each other. But also being followed by this. This relentless dragon hunter who wants to wipe them off the planet. It's a sweet series. And it's a nice series that certainly connects with people this one they've got f Murray Abraham coming in as the bad guy. And I've always said a movies only as good as it's bad guy. And he really steps things up as the evil dragon hunter. But you know, it's a nice solid satisfying ending to the three movie conclusion. All right. So how many dragon teeth giving this one I'm going to give this one three and a half out of five dragon teeth? It's not as good in my opinion.
"michael us" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Great and just provide take way tips with whatever outfit you're point together. And that was something I was pushed for in the early days, Michael US and something Joanna Coles Myer to really resonated with her. And so we we did we were the first ones doing shop the shoot under a hundred under fifty bucks. Get this. Exact look let's face it. How many people in office really what around in hedged oversaw sake? Now that manning. So let's make let's let's be real here. And let's really give some good advice. So it's of no surprise to me that the makeup you then create is something that is practical that is for everybody that is incredibly user friendly credible and universal universal to the fat. Yeah. The the whole ethos behind it. Not only are we one hundred percent Vigo. And we obviously would never test on any animal, and we full of all the good stuff on the bad, but super utilitarian to us and think me as a mom someone with eight seven jobs, which like most of these days, we wanted something that was very very simple to use. So taking out all the tools so from component Trie sticks for example to formulation. So melting into your skin as opposed to sitting on it to the functionality of every product it was just super easy to use. And on the go was very. Very important for us to create products that would very user friendly at whatever time. And then it was started for milk studios, which is based in Manhattan downtown you've been there many times. My husband started milk studios twenty years ago. I know. I didn't know about then note to all listeners. But yes, so he we had this incredible community there and they wear makeup in such a unique way. Yes, you've got editors there. But then you've got these musicians Taga face celebrity influences. People just work there the coolest kids in Manhattan, basically inhabit Milt studios, and it's where trends born, and we would sit there every day watching how they will make up and it was like a walk in Pinterest board on my look at her yellow eyebrows. Oh my God. Look about light what's going on with her tattoos. Look that Inca line. And it was like we need to create a makeup line for this community. But they're also really demanding. So they're not going to settle for a bunch of batting greediest on the skin they want, and they won't clean ingredients. They want epic payoff though. So that's why initial tagline was good ingredients epic pay off, and we create the lion literally around the community that inhabits most dude. Ios and they loved it loved it. What was the fast put God, we launched? We went big Diana Ruth is my partner, and she creates all the product. She did hot candidate back in the day. And how much we love that. Oh, I remember going to Bloomingdale's my first ever trip to New York and having a hard candy may Togo incredible. Right. So we poached. Down. I should say. Oh my gosh. I'm in the rusty. We knew she was the one every meeting would have as we went to Sephora with just a deck, and then idea, and they will if you can make this product you are in so myself Rossi, Georgie the other co fi Sephora in before they try. Yeah. Because we had a Declan idea in community. Oh, I bet with good. I was real. And then Georgie had so she's an amazing film, brighter cheese music. He's one VM as and she's so create a moon, then and yeah, she has on the test. But she we had this sizzle and an idea in shitloads Pasha reverse bounced in there, and they they said, yeah, you can do it will take you. And we needed a product developer when we found Diana who we heard from nanny people that she was the woman that we needed and Rossi, basically. Tried to down wooder. She came to me on the first time she literally sat around the table. And she was like, okay. You guys were all crazy. This is gonna be interesting, but I'm in. Okay. And then she launched seventy skews from the get-go. It's ridiculous. I don't know what we think that when you talk about going all in in business that's going on. It was I'm vicious, but it actually really what favor..
"michael us" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Everyone. Welcome back to the or you the one wrap up podcasts for think is episode thirteen. I'm not one hundred percent, sure. Because my name is I was not here last week to intro. And for some reason that really matters. I am going to be rescued by Michael us right now at Amman Giovanni atom is episode thirteen episode twelve you're asking the wrong guy. I have no idea come on. You did the last that was okay. I do the insurer. Once every season we cover the show in like, so I have to go back and listen to you do it before I do like to write down the notes. Remember, exactly what you say. It was already better than than. And when I did. But except except that you didn't remember the link to our view, go on you. Listen to me say that every week, man. I was I was really disappointed in myself that I guess by the time you say them the podcast already zoned out. It's not your fault because the website link actually makes no sense. But that's neither here nor there. Yeah. Are you kind of get shafted here because the theme song music is about the challenge. And the website is about the challenge are either one is just like, the ugly, stepchild, exactly. And I'll take legal you the job. It's better. It's better than being like just thrown off or homeless. I think are either one is to the like MTV rehabs as the MTV were happy is to RHA. Yeah. I I I'm all for that. Bottom of the list. I like being the less. It's my that people don't expect much from you. You could surprise them easier danke, Maryland grazing filled in for me putatively. I was just telling you before we got on recording. How much I enjoy having the podcast listen to I really I was laughing a lot. You guys did a great job. Thanks, matt. So funny, and I got it because I feel like he could just kind of take over and talk, and it was just so nice. All right. Like, I virtually went into a crop. I have to kind of lead. And I feel like I still ended up being. The co so which I'm really happy about I'll take that. He did a great job leading. But the real headline. I thought of the podcast when she did not get enough play was your lake virtual relationship with Matt dirtying thinking this. He spoke on the phone for hours at a time without knowing. Yes. So mad reached out to me before like, and he's okay. Relate your video. Like, I think you have you really do well in this competition, and we would talk like almost every day about about like what I could do like strategy and like different things to talk about. We just like Skype randomly for hours and hours. So yeah, we pretty much dating. And then it was a real quick fall off like we saw Skyping when it was done. So it was really tough to adjust to our no offense, Melissa. But she wants she's fine. Matt gray was not your sand. No matter I was in my corner. Fully, and I think they could accept that. It is. All right. Well, that's why he gets the big might I'd gas. But. Before I make this Attaran show interview with you. Let's start talking about are you the one. I love this episode. I don't know if it's because I took a week off podcasting or what? But I was fully here for this episode. I feel like to you ranked the whole season. This is definitely top three episodes. I still think number one for me is the retreat couples thing where they were all like weird campsite ground. But this is definitely a second or third. Yeah. I love this episode. I thought things went really deep. I can't believe that. We're actually only one episode out like you said to Matt which was very true very fair that usually the one goes into my finals, I can't be here. But I believe we only have one episode left and then the reunion. Yeah. I think so then we skip next week. I'm pretty sure there's is upcoming week..
"michael us" Discussed on AM Joy
"It should have been a shortlist of at least two. And the second person on that list should have been Michael Cohen. If there was anyone on the face of the planet that Donald Trump should have made sure was in the tent, made sure was protected. Major was loved, watered and cared for. It should have been Michael Cohen and he didn't do that. And I think that result of that is going to be disastrous for the president and I wanna go back before you touched on it and I wanna come back to it really quickly. Michael us, they, you know, for certain that there are other tapes that Michael Cohen made with Donald Trump's voice on them. Do you know the nature of those other discussions? I'm not gonna get into. I'm not at liberty to get into the details of those conversations now, but there's multiple tapes. There was a host of evidence that was seized in connection with these raids. That evidence at least a copy of which is now been returned to Michael Cohen. There's nothing stopping Michael Cohen from releasing that information divulging it to the American public. And I hope that he does it into the extent that I can assist or others can assist in the disclosure of that information to the American people we're going to do it. Lanny Davis. The attorney for Michael Cohen tweeted out, obviously there's an ongoing investigation. We're sensitive to that. Suffice it to say that when the recording is heard, it will not hurt Michael Cohen. Tempest men cannot change it on the tape. You think Lanny Davis is doing a good job representing Michael Cohen and Michael Evans, would you ever consider representing Michael Cohen. Do you want me to answer that. Yep, Michael. Well, you know, I already asked me about that yesterday and I said that I would consider it. I want to be really clear because there's only a limited set of facts or circumstances under which could or would do that. It would necessitate. Obviously, Michael Cohen being dismissed from the current litigation between him and my client. He's co-defendant with Donald Trump. We would have to settle him out and then it would have to be some very tight parameters around that representation. We would have to have a waiver from my client who I think would provide it, and it would have to be in writing. And the only way that I would agree to do that I wanna be really, really clear about this joy. The only way that I would agree to do it is if I had one hundred percent confidence that Michael Cohen was ready to do the right thing fully disclosed what he knew about the president. And if he sought my assistance in bringing that information to the American people and divulging it all putting it all on the table for people to see under those limited set of circle. Mm stances. I would consider it Samuel. You've talked very openly about Donald Trump's, abusing his friends and not being loyal to them. By the president you were including, right? Do you think that ultimately Dunkin's biggest regret is going to be mistreating Michael Cohen. It could be look all he had to do. We give Michael a position in the White House. It didn't even have to be in the west wing, could've been an e o b. There are many other people that got positions that were not necessarily around early on in the campaign. We're in fact working against this president and his campaign as when I was there. Michael one of the main reasons Michael did not get the positions I've repeatedly said was because Jared Kushner lobbied against it because Michael gave the president, good advice saying, I would recommend that you do not bring in Jared because you can have a lot of exposure. And so when Michael vanity and when you say look, it hasn't been loyal to many. I would say he's been overly loyal to Jared, and that could also be part of the downfall here when we find out once again, I think Lanny Davis may even perhaps come out. Out saying, we didn't leak this tape and if he says that, yeah, that gives a lot of exposure to the Trump team, which is why I was very surprised by this because as opposed to many others I said from the beginning that I thought Rudy was doing a great job..
"michael us" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Why did also see the the you know the big big fight to win that set up i'd watch that by mistake a franklin against doug franklin mcgann silver or you talk about not all you tugboat force griffin again i haven't bought i saw that fight and that was like fought okay it might be something meal may i just quote a good fight whom i would talk to joe ask them questions that i saw him this on my had almost blew up i was like that that's the fucking way to do it now i'm a fan but i i i'm happy in a way you not farc in a referee moma because you can't with as much unity intimate you can't fucking when you can't win the people always gonna be a i fought can hate the internet and i hate whether it's done the people's lives i ate it social media is awesome it's awesome because everyone knows everything by it gives people the right to talks in dc the don't know what the fuck it talks i am on the drives me flocking grays it's all they do i don't mind if you open up your mouth european a question a referee a question of football call a question so model mind what if you don't know what the fuck you talk murat don't fucking question i and i see it every sunday when you to put facebook up during football season won't happen this year were knowing when they they burnt some by by gained twelve with a bad cows us dealers and yeah the steelers and i you know the next day they're whining on there and i'm thinking about these referees and the to fucking so i bet that party use great like this last week we had met controversy with jeremy steamed let's go above the elbow so my mega break it down for us because i don't know what the fuck i'm dr michael us on appoint system and now on the ahead you take them down by the how the points system works so let's go let's look at this shitty uh let me give some shut out real cuevas.
"michael us" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"If you have two more than a go with the over on number fifty on this list miles michael us who uh is a former major league pitcher he pitched in the majors for the padres said the rangers a few years ago and he did not distinguish himself then he went to japan he has spent the past three seasons in japan with the yomiuri giants and has been fantastic he has had a two point one eight era in more than 400 innings about a strike out per inning has barely walk to any one i haven't looked to see what is stuff has been like him in his strikeout rate has improved each year he's been over there i don't know whether he has reinvented himself for added stuff and that obviously has some bearing on what he'll make your but durable guy well maybe not so durable but whatever he's he's been one of the best pitchers in japan for a few years in a row now and i have to think that that's going to be appealing to people 'cause i think we've seen enough players go back and forth now that james are maybe more confident than they used to in projecting how players will handle that transition and manda i dunno if you've been that good at that high level for that long that's got to be pretty tantalizing so i'm going to say that someone gives them more than you'd think like the eric themes kind of contract last year where he got more than anyone is was expecting including himself i don't know whether that turned out to be justified or not but i mean he certainly wasn't the sensation that he looked like an april but it is basically worth the the low commitment he got there and i think probably michael this would be worth something in this range so on him say he gets a little more okay i'm i'm flying blind here amount of notes so into take the over on anthony swore zack which the silly thing to say because i'm pretty sure that a year ago signed a minor league contract is thirty two years old but he had a it a big year for the brewers and the white sox he struck out more than ten battles bernard innings didn't walk many guys you kinda i think he's started the figure out what he wanted to do.
"michael us" Discussed on Politico's Off Message
"Trump and it and it seems that your perspective is that that would probably be true whether presidenttrump is president for 3 and a half more years or seven have more years or someone else's president because i think you're right that with presidentobama he very purposely left the ukraine issue for mark all to take the lead on and uh receive criticism for that another things along the way for not having an american leadership role it does seem like in practice a lot of what presidenttrump might do uh could be similar to could get to the same conclusions about action uh even if the principle behind them is different exactly noand and so then who uh who who is the leader of the free world of america's not welli think that first we have to define what he's the free world and today there is no dick's pressure enough leader i think it doesn't really doesn't feet the question and you know uh ease for for for emmanuelmichael is really to fly to uh to give a new impetus to the europeanuniontheeuropeanunion has been track you know heat varies very painfully by the economic crisis statue of generously exporter to us and i saw all your all your endeavour is endangered the eurozone also was not ready um so uh so as you know here when you look at a populism is our it's targets are wallstreetandwashingtondcineurope it's largely brusselsand uh so uh one of the response would don't get why sponsor that we have to bring to the to the voters ease the future of the europeanunion can we formed europeanunion can we give a new momentum to the europeanunion so that it appears not as a sort of neoliberal all a channel uh but as protecting the citizens or acting socially economically but also protecting in terms of putting in the borders which means also in terms of security and that's what what we try to do after the german elections becausedodogermans have the option election in october so nothing is possible right now so after the gender the german elections and i know also on the french side after michaelthe president michael us succeeded to reform the french economy which is also of course very important because you can't ask something if you have not done your homework.