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"mike bullet" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"mike bullet" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A player that you wanted to go get. So let's say like an Elijah Vera Tucker falls into the mid teens, and you're a 23. If you really loved him. What would you be willing to give up to go get a guy like that? Or is this draft deep enough on the offensive line that you still feel like you got a good one? If you set a 23 Yeah, you know, Ordinarily I would want to go up very Tucker's a really interesting player, Bob. But With the death of that position and knowing that I want to get a couple other things as I can in the stress this would private here. I wouldn't want to do that. If I was the Jets knowing that, Hey, there's maybe three offensive line and they're in the next six spots. That's you know, the castle is you have to make on the clock or when it's within striking distance, and my gut would be the state put this year. What do you think the giant stuff? These fascinating, I think, 10 11 12 really interesting, And here's why it's Dallas. It's the Giants and it's Philly to me have very similar needs, and I think they need a pressure plate in the front seven. I think that you use another quarter even though they added a jury. Jackson so We'll see. Somebody like quitting pay from Michigan is the social Ari from Georgia. Those air two players and make a lot of sense to me. Do you miss this? I mean, do you wish you were gonna be in a war room tonight or you? You know, it's a lot lot to be said for no one tomorrow is going to slam any of your pits were like every pick that you make. Tonight's a good one on ESPN radio. Yeah, You know, it's funny. Um, there's some days. I definitely miss it and the camaraderie of being around great people, and you're very familiar with all the great people in that building of foreign Park, New Jersey. Um It's been great. I've really enjoyed the ESPN. It's been, um I've learned to time a lot of great people. I still feel like I'm very involved. You know, I try to be very competitive about it and Try toe do the best job I can and have my own board and watch a lot of tape and it's a different process. But you know, I'm still really excited for tonight. Obviously, it's a different feeling about Yeah, and we could still spend quality time together, though, so that's gonna be a win for you. Thanks a million for doing this. I appreciate it. All right. Appreciate it and enjoy the draft. Thanks, Mike Bullet. I'll be listening tonight. I'll be You know, I'm gonna have a couple of your phone's going tonight. I wanna hear what they say on TV, but I'm really interested here with you and Barton guys on ESPN radio say tonight should be fun. Thanks a lot. That is Mike Tannenbaum, joining us on the Goodyear hotline and end up by the way, if you missed any part of today's show, not only talking to Mike Tannenbaum but also greenie in the last hour, you can always find both hours of the show posters. The daily podcast available wherever you listen to your podcasts, publishes them in for Greeny here on ESPN Radio ESPN plus back to the phones at a SEC at Triple Eight, Say ESPN +888729. 3776 and 60. Seconds after I tell you how you can celebrate Mom's that run the world this mother's Day. Thank her in a big way, with a beautiful bouquet of tulips from 1 800 flowers calm. There is no better way to show her how grateful you are for everything she does right now. At 1 800 flowers, you can get 30 assorted tulips for $30.1 of the best things about 100 Flowers is how long their bouquets last. Ah, bright mix of orange, yellow or pink blooms. These tulips are guaranteed to show mom she's loved. And appreciate it. Get 30 assorted.

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"mike bullet" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"mike bullet" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

"She's not a seven. No seven would live with that much. Contain that much excess money and not be lavishly spending. It's mondays right. Like it is is small town mundanity every day. You do the same thing you serve people the same stuff and you do it. Why for the people. I feel like the relationships sam. No i'm doing the math and mike bullet jake. Peralta inherited a bunch of money. He would never become a waitress town. Like i'm just putting it back and thinking about other fictional sevens and i'm like crossing them off the list so no i think i'm just trying to sign up to nine at this point so i i don't know that one started already so let's make too many nypd. Yeah except one a six so that is a cow. Okay all right. Patrick man patrick. What an interesting character. When he showed did not expect him to stick around and then he just did. What a weird like. What a he's like. Now it makes sense but in the beginning he looked so normal. Just an interesting character to me. I don't know to make of them. I think well. Because i think david is a six. I think patrick nine. Yeah because they just be are like magnets to each other see. I think i'm david four wing patrick as a six like because he just looks so normal until like classic and he's very content. You know he's got a good stable job during secure he. His big thing in the beginning with david was about like trusting him and like you know being trustworthy. And i don't know if that's because he just knew that that was david struggling with this like insight but yeah i think i couldn't decide i ultimately pick six call all right. Let's do life advice through the lens of the any aground which again feels a little irrelevant because the series is over they all and it's such a beautiful story arcs. I wanna give twilight advice. Oh okay yeah like. I don't know like some like well. That's kinda what alexis gave her this advice. You can buy something for yourself. Yeah but i was thinking more like pay for the whole town to have free healthcare or something okay. Do something genuinely like star foundation. That's gonna say she's so obsessed with obscurity able to do something truly great with her money. That's what i say.

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"mike bullet" Discussed on Creatives And Designcast

Creatives And Designcast

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"mike bullet" Discussed on Creatives And Designcast

"I kind of started to get a little more lax about that As long as credible stuff is somewhere. We can trace it. But i knowledge of a new client comes on like. Don't answer call at seven clocks. Dome respond back on instagram. At a certain time because then they to the right right and that goes back to just the discipline. You know to get serious in your business having this flynn having some boundaries in a break the rules if you want to reality and yeah yeah i mean. I think that there's some fine suit like you said yours. You know they just need that little extra attention. Not because they're trying to squeeze everything out of you. Some people just need a little more guidance than others. Yeah i noticed husbands. I hate top. He but are doing this photo. She right island music. Playing kids were here and my phone dot stop reading and they're all that is able to answer that you need to foul. That's just how they are and like antics when you are starting to read those people in your as a client especially just in the beginning. I mean nowadays you but you know sometimes just just so talk talk quick not an alcohol grant. Yeah i think talking on. The phone is very distracting. You know like because you get in the conversation then. I have gone the wrong direction. Somebody talking on the phone and driving declined that island like she was one of those times on the phone. All time you okay. You're gonna email me after this and you're going to write down what he wanted. The we did not make. I've never experienced is my life but i would. I would literally talking to her and interpret something totally different and then start down. Nosy said this soon. Yeah yeah yeah. Those emails those. I am so very detailed. Because i feel like i have not done my heart. Sometimes in the night. Tried to go. When i'm dealing with other people you know small businesses. I try to make sure that. I'm communicating effectively in mike bulleting. Enough people having a crazy. You're but as much as it is just a using button soda Kids and we're talking like we talked about like right. Send you a call. And i'll be reckon shooter.

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"mike bullet" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"mike bullet" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"The I. Today podcast produced by Code militia cuts through the hype and noise to identify what is really happening. Now in the world of artificial intelligence, learn about emerging trends technologies and use cases from Cotonou lyrica analysts and guests. Hello and welcome to the AI today podcast. I'm your host Kathleen Welsh and I'm your host. Ronald smells our our guest today is Jed Maruf who is the chief data officer at? Fulton Bank. I thank you so much for joining us on a today morning. Thank you. Yes welcome Jad and thanks for joining us today. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Fulton Bank. Bombay by background I'm lucky to say that had been fortunate to have different life experiences. You know some with my love to travel and explore culture, and in interacting with people you know throughout the journey really with every single interaction that they've had. Experience. I I was able to collect different piece of information or data, and then really that cult making form where where I am today both on a personal level at the career level. Interesting. You know when I think about that a little bit I think. When I started, you know my career as a teacher. You know from college working with WHO is in love with data and all. Questions that threw me to be able to answer, and then I reflect sometimes how much influence would I met today because I don't think I've ever thought that I'm GonNa be in the data world at that point my and I'm sure you know a lot of people in that space. Revolved there. So many degrees there on data and analytics and all of that stuff in the eye. But at the time it just a matter of business questions that there were based on data and then they've all from there but you have been in this industry then probably around seventeen years or so. Lucky to be part of that journey in like Tina, it looks like a good one based on where I'm at today you know really at that point working with host O.'s probably with a lot question around to create more better operation you know understanding your must behavior knows it was interesting to reflect on. That's in two, thousand, two, thousand, three around that time, and then these questions coming up. But also you know trying to understand all the mergers and acquisitions we're doing and reflect sometimes also on my visits to do due diligence with the companies acquiring and then looking at the data and then you know. I. Got many people ask me why you're looking at this information in this way and I'll tell you for me. That was like probably the best experience when people ask these questions they were cheers looking at this information because for them they thought they. Michigan. A look at the balance sheets bad while you're looking at our customers while you're looking at all that stuff. So they were full of curiosity and I love that I think for me taking the time explained to them was like intriguing as well, and that helped me can begin to form little where I am today in terms of being there all. At this point, but you know in general little bit of background and if my journey took me so I'll different opportunities in my career. You know from that point that really at each point I was given different transformational opportunities to and a lot of it was centered around data and people and processes and -nology, and then with every opportunity you know I took the people side first and then laid out the strategy, and then you know brought the right people to help me cute on it, and then every opportunity lead to more information, more knowledge more experiences, and then know helped me all the next one. Then jamf today. Yeah that's fantastic. Yeah. Yeah and you know at bank you know this has been very wonderful experience for me a love our purpose as a bank clerk person to be called changing lives for the better and then the question like. Are. You in the medical field, but we're not, but we're really into financial. Field and a lot of people are attached financial matters who doesn't care about their financial, and then we help our customers focus and and then understand the value is they have with their financials and opportunities to help them, and then how that's going to impact their lives. You know I just love the purpose and then you know Mike Bullet like how can I you know confusing since I started how can they continue to help the data and analytics help support our purposes an organization, and and really that's kind of the human side from. Exactly. Yeah. It's really great insight. I really love hearing the background of like Sorta how you got into our where you're at and the passion for which is fantastic because I think people are starting to realize the average person you know. The perceived maybe see on the street you may say like you know they're trying to realize the value of data is trying to realize value their own personal information. They're starting to be more aware of things like privacy obviously things like around privacy and social media networks, and they're making top headlines now. So people are really thinking about it and I think if people understand the value of it, maybe twenty years ago. Just Gosh just Computers Nineteen Systems and you go into the bank and you do something and you walk out and you don't care the average person doesn't care. But now average person does and I think it's really interesting because you're going to be some of those insights about the human side of data as well as some of the more complicated technical side at our upcoming data for a week conference, which is an online conference running from September fourteenth through. Twenty twenty and it's focused on all the data side issues around. Data labeling data preparation did engineering sourcing generating data, but also all the other considerations that we are so lucky we just incredibly lucky to have jad sitting on one of our panels and participating in our data considerations in banking and finance. And are the reason why we're so excited to have you participated because you have some really interesting perspective coming at it from the chief data officer at a bank in financial institution people might not be thinking that you're spending a lot of your time thinking about the human side of data people might be thinking all transactions and you know you're talking about due diligence and like looking at the record but really there is a huge human factor to it so. Maybe. You can share with our listeners here on the podcast we encouraged by the way, all of our podcast listeners to register for the data for a week conference at data ai haunt seal and dot com it is free it's a free event to attend. So we know we have tens of thousands of listeners. So we encourage you all listen, but anyway as a preview for that event, maybe you could share some of those insights into the human side of AI. I Ron if you think that through the journey will be non. Facing an exponential growth in terms of.

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"mike bullet" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"mike bullet" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"It's going to clog up already clogged system I feel like improving the qualifications of the people who can become police officers. In the first place is really the best place to go i. have a tiny bit of experience in this area. When my husband retired from the air force, he got accepted into the Oklahoma City Police Academy and was he was a thirty nine year old adult who had college degrees who had a twenty two year military career and was a grown ass man who was going to go be a police officer and wanted to continue his career of public service as a police officer, and he did a week in the police academy and said I am not who they want. To do this that they wanted valuable nineteen year olds who they could fit into their box. They didn't want the forty something year old who had all this experience and and own feelings and and thoughts about things. So I think to from our experience or personal experience in Oklahoma City, which very different than here. But I do think that there is a significant front end investment that needs to be made in who we and not to save at police officers in Alexandria by any stretch of the imagination are a terrible lot who have been you know have been you know who are. Educated or whatever bucks that's not to say that you who bring in isn't just as important as the training you give anybody who comes into your system and like I said, it's a combination of all of these things and no one of them is going to fix any of it. I. WanNa move the discussion from the police. To the courthouse. So or is one of the few states where juries sentence defendants. So this is a problem because nobody in the right mind would ever want to be sentenced by a jury juries are insane in the way they sentence people. So most states and even in the federal system if you have a trial by jury, you can get the judge to give you a sentence and so this is the tweak that is. A policy change that Democrats are actually united on wants to make this change. The problem is, how do you pay for? It taught a delegate, Mike Bullet who is chair of the subcommittee that will be considering this change, and this is what he said it on. That is an excellent idea but it will mean significantly more jury trials which cost more money and take up more time. So we'll need more junior defense counsel we'll need. Defenders who need more prosecutors will meet more judges and in some cases we need more. And how much will that cost? They actually talked about this during the last journalism recession and brought in somebody from these ring court executive that oversees court system and they basically say it's impossible. We had no idea how even calculate that. So they set the crime commission to get an actual dollar the crime mission right now as of today is still studying this they have come up with their number and so on the House side, you've got mullen and all these other people who want to wait for the crime commission to come up with a dollar amount but on the Senate side, they're. A little skeptical about this. I asked Senator Scott Servile about the crime commission studying this trying to come up with a dollar about and this is what? The this bill to the crime commission was not our idea and the house of delegates controls the crime commission right now, they control the Executive Committee with the Crime Commission does so they've elected to do that at we don't think it needs to the Crime Commission we think the current commission's resources to be. Invested, studying other matters. This when we think is pretty simple matter just because something the crime commission has something doesn't mean the crime commission choose to give it up and focus on other problems like mandatory minimum sentences or or other big priorities that we have for the twenty twenty one sess-. I think we're actually going to see a big fight. On this issue and probably others where the Senate has taken this approach. Let's change the policy now and figure out how to pay for it later versus the house. That wants to pay for every nickel dime every change that they're going to make serta expect to see significant differences between the Senate's approach and the houses approach during. Special Session. That's what it feels like. It feels like the house when it comes to the budget items are being much more pay has much more of a pay as you go approach as opposed to a, we are focused on the policy and we will figure out the math later that specific issue is one that the jury trial issue is one that we are very conscious that we are very aware of you. Talk to our attorney and he'll tell you this is not something I oppose conceptually. But it will have this impact on what Mike monsaid is. A Delegate Mullen said is cracks you know that it will take more you know in council to take more communist attorneys that will take more. We're jury trials it means you have more juries which you have to not only find people to serve, but then up to them. Because I asked grew senators about this on their press conference center Morrissey disputes the idea that it costs more money. He said if you look at the experience of other states when they have made this change, it has not costs significantly more money. So there's that argument that they're not really going to cost more money, and there's a separate argument which is okay it even if it's true that it costs more money in the long run, you save money because fewer people will be in jails and prisons, and you might actually gaining money in the process. So is possible might not cause me think My actually end up sending money to right right and that is one of those things where it would be nice to know that before we put pen to paper and go sharpie on these things. But no I think you're right going back to the you know the the big picture here is that you know I. It does seem like the house is being more more pay as you go trying to balance a checkbook on these issues versus some of these issues that the Senate started willing to say we'll. We'll see how it goes and we'll figure out how to fort later or will you all?.

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"mike bullet" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"mike bullet" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"WFAN FM New York we are looking at about six weeks until opening day March twenty sixth snowy it's coming exit seven weeks so again there again there towards okay good spring training is the ultimate tease you cal down pages in catchers you see a bunch of guys running around in a Jersey but it's not it's not baseball and then you get to the first spring training game and you watch after two innings he say baseball's bacchanalia or nine hundred forty two just entered the ball game I have no idea this person is and there's six catchers being use every day or whatever to any is okay let's get to the real thing so as I tease us I'll give you a bunch of pages a catcher's fall spring training help that baseball's back now baseball's bag when it's opening day that is when it is officially back as far as the Mets go beyond the ownership situation here we talked a little bit would there is familiar is said that he thinks they'll and they have the best Bopanna baseball and Mike bullet didn't laugh at that and we've added pointed out that van graphs has the Mets bullpen ranks third of legal would pull that during the show we see them statistically ranked pretty well I just idea how do you how do you make sense of them when they were so poor last year that certainly is she's gonna be boom the flip is gonna be switched Ned windy as is going to be what he was in Seattle and your is familiar is going to be what he was before and everything is just going to click and go when the starters made it really is easy as possible but is both and because the Mets starting rotation gave them endings last year in the state healthy last year and to expect the same without Jack Wheeler's part of this rotation I think makes it harder on the bull pen you're gonna have to ask even more out of them than you did last year we know how it ended up so that's where yeah I hope the slider is there for Edwin D. acts I mean by you talk about an expected for the met season he needs to have that patch and it brings up what will be some fascinating decision making from the new manager Louis Ross and when you're a minor league manager you can't build a line up you handle personalities your side who plays who doesn't you have to talk to guys are they going up are they going down your coaching guys up trying to help them become major leaguers you deal with different egos than in the major leagues but you get the idea of what it is to manage again make some decisions over the course of a what area that you don't make a whole lot of decisions is the bull pen a lot is dictated from above the front office is a sale right you know the starting pitcher his pitch count is sixty or four innings and then you need to get these three or four guys in the game and after that you kind of play around with it don't burn anybody out right because it's more about development than winning so a lot of it comes from above you are not managing the bolt and the same way as you are at the major league level were you trying to win day in and day out and that's gonna be an interesting balance for Louise roe Haas to pick up on that's the biggest challenge that a major league manager has is handling the ball penned knowing when is starting pitchers cocked and to go to the pen knowing how to handle the ball but not just within one game but over the course of an entire season were you can't fall in love with one arm and just every time it's a close game you throw that guy in there you fall in love with Seth logo used are thrown in three consecutive days you're gonna have a problem when he has a partially torn UCL you have to learn these balances and that's going to be a big factor for the Mets the seer as to whether or not they have success I whether or not Louise Ross can have success as a major league manager that stuff is not easy Mickey Callaway was a pitching coach you think would be involved in a lot of these decisions on past teams and he couldn't figure out a lot of this stuff and bungled double switches in the lineup card and all these other things that's what Louise roe highs has to be good he doesn't have to be perfect with what he says he was nervous as press conference he told you that he had never spoken in front of so many people before you know the the communication aspect of it publicly I think is going to be learned on the job no yes it's said anything where he put his foot in his mouth he has a given anybody anything that they could throw in his face down the line as of those that's the better way to go just stay under the radar and then work your way through it especially when you're new when you're young when you're building your reputation and if you have one somewhere and you want to go in somewhere else in start throwing out the big production you can knock yourself out but when you start now a thirty eight years old but the second manager hired in the off season change by play little locate as Louise roe us is done but he's gonna have success he's got to be able to manage just open it's not an easy bolt and figure out yes there is talent in this band but you make a big decision and windy as right off the bat and a row houses credit he hasn't painted himself into a corner is a promise stayed windy as anything I'm managing the man it's a walk into spring training and we DO as my closer but I better see that slider I better see him have some success in spring training before walking in on opening day and he's gonna be back closer that game at Citi field because if you have Edward D. as blowing games for you early in the year you might lose him for this season he's going to get crushed by the fans it's gonna be right back where he was last year were whatever spiral he was in he was able to get himself out of new to be careful with that is not a situation we go into the season say Hey he's got the track record he's going to be the closer until he screws up and then we'll take them out would not do that with him you have to make the decision and read how he's doing in spring training and if you can have success in the regular season and if not if that's lighter isn't there if he's not performing well be still giving up home runs and guess what somebody else is gonna have to close and it would be as we pitch in the sixth inning Fauria until he puts it together that's a tough decision for a young manager to me it's not easy it's easier to let the guy fail and then take them out of that role but that could crush it would be as if you're telling me that first game at home the Mets by the Washington nationals it would be as does a ball in the ninth inning he's getting booted city feel is gonna be of very short lace with Mets fan after last year after the expectations were thrust upon him and how poorly he patched especially big spots in ninth innings that's going to be back I need to figure out what's the best to get out of Seth Lugo the one throwing three innings in a given game do you use an email twice a week and that kind of role or do you want to potentially be you're closer as he is set up man as you mix it with their own but tad says you got one left you just well to remember you got the new major league rules now where you have to face at least three batters or get to the end of the ending so you can't just spot up Justin Wilson the way ordinarily what the rosters are bigger issue twenty six man so maybe other teams have an extra bad on the bench that you have to be careful of says a lot of new rules that are part of it to everyone's gonna have to figure out how that's going to affect these games and how you manage them an interesting time to come in and become a major league manager for the first time in New York on a team with expectations so that's got the same problem a Carlos Beltran but if he had stuck around at least Louise roe's bin and dug out before and work through the exercise of sudden decision like this in the minor leagues even if they're not exactly the same as what you deal with the major league level then you have to be able to explain it after the game what is it that I think was making Callaway's biggest failing he couldn't explain anything you did Terry Collins usually could explain what he did he would be disagree with it afterwards he at least okay I see the logic I could see what he's getting at making daily could even give you that a lot of tie that hurts in this town eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six gonna Jammin lane broke once stocks Matt's a jam apiary don't I'm good what's going on it kind of brought it up and I work in the investment business so Stevie Collins a well known guy on Wall Street a you know quite obviously ready read one the biggest hedge funds in America and there's a publication online it's called the deal breaker so it's a Wall Street kind a hedge fund gossip site it's kinda like TMZ for stocks and bonds okay and the real deal breaker here which nobody in the sports media really is getting is they had kind a handshake agreement on a separate transaction which was going to involve sportsnet New York and San Juan and Collins eventual ownership right because the details it says the details a murky on the S. and why front in the general sports media as of right now and the sports media New York has some overstated the simplicity of a call when will pond deal because of that son why Wall Street insiders reporting the will ponds want to retain their majority ownership of the S. and why that work as a separate entity and it's an absolute calling deal breaker will ponding cats on two thirds of the network and one third is on by charter communication through its good acquisition recently of Time Warner the Mets as a team only did three hundred and forty million in total sales in eighteen and generated a scant cash flow of just thirty million dollars and the stadium is buried in debt the only they only did a hundred million in ticket sales which pales in comparison the Yankees as an ally on the other hand which was launched in two thousand and six only fourteen years old the cash flows last year of a hundred and seventy five million six times more profitable than the baseball team itself and it it in its own right has an estimated value of two and a half billion dollars the the network has seven hundred million in debt so it's worth at least one point five billion sports networks are valued for greater the brick and mortar baseball franchises and the real value in a met steel is the regional sports network S. and.

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"mike bullet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mike bullet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Them speak his mother has to been me detained that the state department back in spokeswoman China over the weekend but researcher muscle any my Donnie who hasn't been able to connect with her family and friends in Iran says US sanctions are also part of the problem news headlines with are sanctions about a the minute US away are placed on you're Iran listening has to the caused world a lot of internet infrastructure from being blocked for running and so huge support portions for KQED of Google's infrastructure comes from Wells Fargo Amazon's infrastructure hoping more than eight apples hundred first infrastructure responders and veterans how long become been homeowners blocked for with Iranians down payment grants and so through the neighborhood this lift has caused program huge hurdles more at researcher stories dot I me W. rescue F. the says dot that com Runyon people Eric are stock and Wendy Schmidt between the global whose fund superpower for strategic innovation and their supports own government transformative ideas on one side the we have benefit to deal humanity with sanctions while protecting on on their the site natural in your world own we have recognizing the government through science and authority the interdependence that they are of blocking all living the internet systems for now he says it won't Ian's pulls inside and outside of the country has no other option maker in but a level to keep under doctor refreshing husband built a hospital does messaging during the war and there social media they lived apps in it and in the hope she filmed of getting their back life on my the line fears of being for the killed world that's I'm one sure of into the things forty which give me life just finding everything the documentary for sama is a diary for several for their days two year the campus old daughter of Hong Kong's Sunday they hope prestige she'll is polytechnic understand university that's coming up on has the world been a field of battle students inside the campus versus the authorities trying to get them out BBC news with straight Macintosh police have pushed past barricades the Americans and fired Texas tear state gas rubber Mike bullets Pompeii and was water announced cannons that Washington at students no longer dozens considers of activists Israeli have been reported settlements injured built in the occupied the students west have bank been to fighting be back illegal with makeshift the weapons move breaks with four Joe decades we see you as of US a spokesperson policy for a he coalition said the decision of reflected student unions the reality in on Hong the ground Kong I spoke but with a her senior earlier Palestinian today figures that it what threatened was it to like replace for international you last night little Joey were you able to with keep the law in touch of the with jungle the students barricaded inside prominent figures the campus in Hong Kong during have the entered standoff the polytechnic university it was 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