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AP-NORC poll: Virus, economy swamp other priorities for US
"The Corona virus and the economy are top priorities as the new president is about to be sworn in. The poll, conducted by The Associated Press and O R. C Center for public affairs research shows containing the virus and repairing the damage it has done are the top priorities for Americans as Joe Biden prepares to become the nation's 46 president. Overall 53% of Americans Nemcova 19 as one of the top five issues they want the government to tackle this year, 68% mentioned the economy 24% of Americans site race relations as a priority. That compares with 10% excited it a year ago. Mike Hemp in Washington. All
Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade
"An organization in Arlington that helps families of troops who have died has taken part in the inaugural parade. This year is no exception. Although things will, of course be different. The tragedy assistance Program for survivors or taps will be a part of the virtual parade across American founder Bonnie Carroll says it's their chance to again celebrate American democracy. We welcome our new commander in chief. We stand with our military and we remember all those who have served and died for this flag take over this year's appearance will be in video form. It'll feature the family of Navy captain David Wilson, who died of a heart attack in 2014 to be part of the group. Great way really felt very honored about that. Wilson's widow, Sarah Wilson, their daughter, nine year old Kate on hearing the news is just really cool and exciting. The Wilson say that watch the parade while eating chocolates that say Biden and Harris Mike Murillo. W T O P News now also in the parade this
Mets fire GM after he sent explicit texts to female reporter
"The Mets confirmed the firing of Jared Porter this morning he sent graphic uninvited text messages and images to a female reporter in twenty sixteen when he was working in the Chicago cubs front office the accusations against him were reported Monday night by ESPN that's president sandy Alderson says he has spoken with Porter who has acknowledged his quote serious error in judgment the forty one year old Porter was hired by the Mets last month after spending four seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks as senior vice president and assistant general manager I'm Mike Hampton
Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade
"Biden inauguration committee says an organization based in Arlington that helps the grieving families of fallen service members will be in Inaugural parade. Bonnie Carroll is the president, founder of the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors or Taps, which has been selected to take part in the virtual parade across America. We're so proud to be included. Once again, The organization will have a video featured during it, and it will be the Wilson Family from D. C. Captain David Selkirk Wilson. He was in the U. S Navy, and he died about seven years ago due to a heart attack. 13 year old Katherine Wilson, her mom, Sarah says their honored to take part They say this election. Of taps to be represented shows their loss means something. Now they look forward to watching the parade but some chocolates and say Biden and Paris on those two chocolates Mike Murillo, w T. O P. News taps has been a part of every inaugural parade for the past 30 years. The Drumline at Howard University Vice President elect Kamila Harris is on the model will also be in this parade.
In Historic First, Biden To Nominate Transgender Doctor As Assistant Health Secretary
"Biden administration is tapping Pennsylvania's top top doctor doctor to to help help get get a a handle handle on on the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic. pandemic. Dr. Dr. Rachel Rachel Levine Levine is is being being picked picked to to serve serve as as the the country's country's assistant assistant health health secretary secretary K K Y Y W W Is Mike Doherty joining us with more on this morning, Mike Morning, Carly. A doctor, Rachel Levin would be the first openly transgender person to be confirmed for a Cabinet position by the U. S Senate and a statement president elect. Biden says he picked Levin to meet the public health needs of our country in this critical moment and beyond, and that she is a historic and deeply qualified choice to help lead the administration's efforts. Part of those efforts will be a $1.9 trillion plan to combat the coronavirus. Biden says he wants 100 Million vaccines administered within his 1st 100 days in office, and Dr Levin would be a big part in helping rollout that plan. His plan also calls for Americans to wear masks for the 1st 100 days in office. Carol. Dr Levin has served as Pennsylvania's health secretary since 2018 under Governor Wolf. All right. Thank you, Mike. It's a
California warns against using a batch of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines after allergic reactions
"Official in California is warning against using one lot of the Madonna vaccine there. Mike Rossi has got this. California state epidemiologist says the state should halt the use of a lot of Corona virus vaccines after some people received medical treatment for possible severe allergic reactions. Doctor Erica Pan recommends Ah Hall to vaccinations using lot 41 L 20 a of the Madonna vaccine until an investigation of the possible allergic reactions is completed. More than 10. People who all received the vaccine at the same community site required medical attention over a 24 hour period.
The next TV you buy might be a lot bigger
"Tech co host. Mike snyder is off. Today is eighty new fifty. When it comes to television it might be one of the many themes to come out of. Cas is television makers really want you to go big as usa. Today tech columnist rob pecoraro wrote about tv sales. Were up last year. A lot of that was because we were all stuck at home because of the pandemic and since we spent a lot of our time in front of our tv's streaming shows and movies. We were looking for an upgrade. Its why according to the npd group sales of sixty five inch and larger. Tv's grew from thirteen percent in two thousand eighteen to twenty one percent twenty twenty as a result according to rob's column manufacturers now wanna make displays that are eighty inches the mainstream. I'm used to the days when i had a forty to forty five inch. Tv and that fell giant so upgrading to something in the sixties or even eighty s feels incredible but it makes sense considering how much time we're spending in front of them in light of everything going on the other thing tv makers want you to buy into is eight k. It offers four times. The pictures a four k which was already offering four times the pixels of hd a in short. You get a better picture. That is really what is being offered here. Here's the thing though. Do you need eight k tv set. Probably not right now. There is still a shortage of ak content out there. There are some youtube videos. That are in eight k. You have games on consoles like the xbox and playstation either available now on coming soon the other thing with ak. tv's is. They eat
Services set for Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr.
"11 41, Maryland's longest serving Senate president, Mike Miller, who died last week at the age of 78 0 be memorialized later on this week in public and private ceremonies. Senate president emeritus Mike Miller, who died after battling cancer will lie in state Thursday evening at all day Friday in the Rotunda at the Statehouse. Ah Private family Funeral Mass will follow Saturday at ST John, the Evangelist Church and Clinton, both lying in a two state house and the funeral mass will be live streamed. Because of covert visitation at the State House will be limited to invited guests. Only there will be a police escorted procession bearing Miller's remains from the funeral home and Clinton
Report: New York Mets GM admits explicit texts to female reporter
"Report tonight and they have a lot of it verified by Jared Porter himself. Jared Porter is the Mets general manager who was hired by Sandy Alderson when he came in to run baseball operations following Steve Cohen bought the team. Well, According to this ESPN report, Jared Porter sent explicit unsolicited text and images to a female reporter in 2016 when he was with the Cubs that culminated with a picture of an erect Naked male member this, according to a copy of the text history that was obtained by ESPN. Here's the details, and then I'll tell you why. I can't believe he hasn't been let go. Already. The woman was a foreign correspondent who moved to the United States to cover Major League baseball. They had a chance meeting in an elevator. And she thought Jared Porter yellow. Jared Porter is working for the Cubs, and she was making a connection in networking. So they exchange information. Uh, that's the only time they actually spoke, was in that elevator when they met. So then Jared Porter and this woman start texting with each other and he text her. Hey, we should get together. We should have a drink, and he's texting her a lot, right. He's texting her a lot. And she's responding once every you know if you text Hey, let's get it. Let's have a drink. Let's do this. Let's do that on. They didn't meet for a drink. One night after said she could meet with him Jared Porter, sending unsolicited selfie of himself just a selfie of himself. It's me in this picture is in the ESPN article, and he wrote back like And she didn't respond. Uh Then he texted the next day saying, Why aren't we hanging out? You're so pretty. Do you have a boyfriend? It could be me on this is going on now for a few days. After she sent a selfie Now she sends a selfie back to him. And Porter responded. You're gorgeous. You want more of me? She said yes. Explaining the ESPN. I thought it would be awkward to say no, I didn't think of where it would progress. Then Porter sent three pick. Yeah, this is where l k doors opened an escalating quickly horses out of the barn. Porter then sent three pictures, including the first of several that would show a man lying on a bed with a bulge in his pants. The woman was initially confused. Quarter wrote like she laughed again and texted. Yes, though she told ESPN Shin and realized the intention of the photo taken. You're not married, she asked. So okay, so here's little bit of him, sending a lot of text and it seems a little weird Stalker ish and some stuff you wouldn't send. But she is sending back to him, and she's sending things like yes, and liking pictures that he sent So then she realizes that things were getting to a sexual nature and she doesn't respond. Quarter than saying. This is this is the big deal. Porter then sent 62 unanswered texts. 62, including seven photos. That included the final nude photo of a naked male member. Now. When Jared Porter was asked about this, he admitted sending the text and then when he was asked, Are these pictures of you? He said, No. Those air stock images so apparently the Cassis I went on Twitter and found a stock image of I went looking for male members everywhere. It's all I got to use. This one wanted representative, I guess. Yeah, I gotta get going. Does that have that? Have a birthmark? Does that of this was And so that's what he said. He said Then, when ESPN told them we're running a story on this, Do you want to comment? Jared Porter stopped and didn't call them back. The Mets released a statement tonight saying they have spoken with Jared Porter, and they will have Maura after they do their own investigation with this now, obviously, this is just happening, and you can make an argument in the in the in the first part of it that Well, what was he overboard? She have sent those texts? No, he shouldn't have. But she did send back responses that were in the positive of Yes. So he thinks, okay, I'm cool, sending these images to you, and then when she cuts it off, that's where things get back because then 62 texts. That go unanswered. And then you're still still sending naked pictures of of male members. Uh, yeah. You know Jared Porter, I think you've had your last day Has Mets GM. I mean, I know what happened when you were with the Cubs. I understand that. But this is a horrible optic that the Mets don't need the entire time. He's GM Who's gonna take him seriously, who forget about whatever charge you might face for stalking or Harassment. Whatever it is, Uh, really? You're gonna keep this guy around. I just don't see it. I mean, I just don't know. Is it gonna happen in 12 hours is going to happen in 10 minutes, but the Mets can't go forward him is the G M. Because at the very least, this is a really bad optic. They don't need that. Just going to embarrass the entire organization and they need to say you know what? Jared, I'm sorry. But, boy, this is too much for us and good luck and you're done and we're gonna have a new GM. And we're gonna call Jason Smith that Fox Sports radio because he's got a finger on the pulse. The Mets, and he knows we got to go get George Springer aren't I added that
3 more COVID-19 cases linked to Australian Open arrivals
"With three more cases reported among the international arrivals there are now seventy two players in hard quarantine in advance of the Australian Open which begins February eighth in Melbourne the quarantines are links to nine active cases of coal bid nineteen more than twelve hundred players coaches staff officials and media have arrived on seventeen charter flights since last Thursday for the Australian Open the covert nineteen cases have been linked to three flights one from Abu Dhabi one from Doha Qatar and one from Los Angeles everyone travelling to Australia for the tennis major had returned a negative test before boarding the charter flights hi Mike Rossio
Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade
"The last 30 Years and Arlington organization that lends a helping hand to families of fallen service members around the nation has taken part in the inaugural parade. This time around is no exception. A tragedy assistance program for survivors or taps will be a part of the virtual parade across American founder Bonnie Carroll says it's their chance to again celebrate American democracy. Welcome our new commander in chief. We stand with our military and we remember all those who have served and died for this flag do take over this year's appearance will Be in video form. It'll feature the family of Navy captain David Wilson, who died of a heart attack in 2014 to be part of the inaugural parade way really felt very honored about that. Wilson's widow, Sarah Wilson, their daughter, nine year old Kate on hearing. The news is just really cool and exciting. The Wilson say that watch the parade while eating chocolates that say Biden and Harris Mike Murillo wt O Pini, also in the parade this year from the D C region. The drum line from Howard University, which is vice president elect Kamila Harris is alma mater.
Trump prepares to pardon more than 100 people in his final hours in office
"Roger Stone and Paul Manafort have all received pardons and reports from Washington say President Trump plans to issue at least 100 more pardons tomorrow. Sources tell CNN the final batch of his presidency will be a mix of his friends and allies and those who criminal justice activists say have been treated too harshly. Margaret Love knows about the clemency process first hand she was the official U. S. Pardon attorney from 1992. 97, she tells Can ex Mr Trump has always operated totally outside the normal channels. Ignoring all advice from the Justice Department. It's not the way it was originally set up it was set up during the Civil War is a matter of fact, and it worked very, very well really up until the Clinton administration When it broke down. That's when former President Clinton created a storm of controversy by pardoning financier Marc Rich and others. It was revealed that Hilary's brothers had accepted six figure fees to represent people in the pardon process. So it's Not unprecedented what this president is doing, she says. President Trump is taking it a stage further and made the pardons office and the Department of Justice a joke. When Joe Biden
California becomes first state to top 3 million virus cases
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting California becomes the first state to top three million cases of covert nineteen California has become the first state to reach three million known coronavirus infections the Golden State reach the grim milestone Monday in the tally by Johns Hopkins University alarmingly California only reach two million caseloads on December twenty fourth it took two hundred ninety two days for California to go from its first corona virus case last January twenty fifth two one million infections on November eleventh but it took just forty four days to top two million on average California has seen about five hundred deaths and forty thousand new cases daily for the past two weeks hi Mike Rossio
California becomes first state to top 3 million virus cases
"The data put together by Johns Hopkins University shows California has become the first state to record more than three million known Corona virus infections. The grim milestone wasn't entirely unexpected in a state with 40 million residents, but its speed was stunning. The state only reached two million reported cases on December 24th, California also has seen more than 33,600 coronavirus deaths. And officials warn a recent slight downward trend could reverse when the full impact of holiday gathering transmissions is felt
City Expands COVID-19 Care Kit Initiative To South and Eastside Los Angeles
"Care kits, too vulnerable households. He's moving into other parts of Los Angeles. The program, which began in the Northeast, San Fernando Valley is expanding citywide, starting with a focus on multigenerational households on Ella's East Side, and in south L. A mayor Regard said. He says the L. A Fire department will distribute the kids when they pick up someone for a medical transport. We know that they're vulnerable. And if we're transporting somebody who already has covert 19, we want to protect Grandma. We want to protect Grandpa. We want to make sure those folks have the basics. The information the hand sanitizer. The disinfected The master l. A city Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez says they will keep putting together kits as long as they're needed until folks are vaccinated. We're going to continue to see households where you have one or two fans. The members that have contracted Cove it and there are methods of us to protect the rest of the members of the household. This is an important part of how we do that, she says. The American Red Cross has helped them access. Some of the resource is and we're part of the volunteer group that assembled the kits. Margaret CAREER Oh KNX 10 70 news radio. A new study says wearing
'No stone unturned': All 25K National Guard troops for Biden's inauguration to undergo extra vetting
"Trump supporters almost two weeks ago, this forced to on Precedented developments first. Deployment of some 25,000 National Guard soldiers to secure Washington D. C ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday and second those 25,000 guard troops they have gone through FBI background checks out of an abundance of caution with fears of possible insider attacks. Motivation of that, based in parts on how many law enforcement members or former active duty military members are under investigation is Part of what happened at the Capitol Give Italy teaches that the
The white supremacist art in the US Capitol
"Now on the sixth of january we saw terrifying scenes in washington dc as right wing rioters and conspiracy theorists incited by the president. Donald trump and other republican politicians invaded the capitol building one of the emblematic images of that day. Taken by mike tyler for reuters featured one of the reuters walking across the second floor of the capitol holding a confederate flag with chilling irony behind him on. The wall is a portrait of charles. Sumner a nineteenth century massachusetts senator. Who was an abolitionist. But it didn't need the riotous to bring white. Supremacist imagery into the capital. Eight statues of confederate leaders. Still stand in the building. So we're going to begin this episode with a special version of our regular feature work of the week and focus on confederate statues and the capital. Sarah beetham is the chair of liberal arts and assistant professor of history at the pennsylvania academy of the fine arts. she's chosen to focus on a sculpture. that was in the capital until recently but is no longer there. It would valentine's nine hundred ninety nine statue of the confederate general robert e lee which was removed from the capitol's national statuary hall on the twenty first of december twenty twenty. So just over two weeks before the riot sarah the images from the capital last week of confederate imagery inside the capitol were so deeply disturbing but that building actually has white. Supremacist imagery in it already. Doesn't it yes absolutely does You know as i was watching the all of those images going by on my on my phone on my on my computer screen You know i. I was just so upset as an american To be watching and worrying about You know our members of congress their staff in that building Seeing that symbolic space be breach on. I was thinking so much about the officers who put themselves on the line to try to take care of. And and Protect our members of congress. My heart really goes out to all officers who were injured in the two who lost their lives on. But of course i was also thinking about The capital and the spaces as an art historian as a scholar of merck and art on and one of the things that i kept coming back to you over and over again was thinking about the significance of all of the art in that collection You have In the capital you have in the rotunda. You have those enormous paintings of All of these scenes from from american history You have the Rotunda with the Freeze going around. It's that is showing all these different scenes of american history as well But then one of the major parts. That i've been thinking about for a long time as the national statuary hall collection on which is a collection of one hundred statues Two of which come from each state on that Began in eighteen. Sixty four And each state has had the ability over time to donate their own two statues to it. n's There are a couple of different criteria for getting into the statuary hall on the statues has to be either marble or bronze. So kind of the highest level of of preserved stature on the subject must be deceased. Must have been associated with that state on and must be historically noteworthy in some way on and subjects are decided on by the states and then donated to the capitol collection with very little oversight by by the capitol collection on end. What i think that maybe maybe more people know now. But i didn't know until a few years ago. Was that a number of the statues. In the capital. Statuary hall collection are actually confederates Either confederate generals The confederate president. Jefferson davis was there on the confederate vice president alexander stevens on with the one that as i was watching those images over and over and over again the kept coming into my head was the statue of robert e lee Which was donated by the state of virginia in nineteen o nine It was by edward. Valentine who was a well-known converts with a sculptor on and it actually wasn't there to be present for the riots because just been removed in december on december. Twenty first of twenty twenty on. And so you know. A lot of people talk about those images of people going by with confederate flags. But i kept thinking you know. This kind of imagery has been there. has been supporting The the capitol for very long time. We talk a bit about valentine before we go onto the specific scope to that. We're talking about because it seems to me to be really amazing. There is this sculptor who long after the deaths of these people was effectively making statues repeatedly of confederate generals. Can you explain that histories y y walls. Valentine's his creating the statues. Sure so. Valentine was a southerner on his entire family was established in richmond. Virginia on there's a museum there today. The valentine museum that includes collections related. To the whole family he came for a very wealthy family. He wasn't actually a confederate soldier because he was studying overseas to become an artist while the war was over but when he came back He saw real opportunity to get involved in confederate commemoration on and he actually produced a number of major statues That's have been in news in the past couple of months One of them is the g. Sant- of robert e lee Lying dead in state on that is at washington and lee university on in the chapel. That's kind of above where his to miss on. It's very striking sculpture for anybody. Who has even before. I recommend looking
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"mike public" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"O. and when you get in touch, tell them Brian sent you. This is something that I would normally wait until the news was official before reporting on, but AIRBNB is the biggest Unicorn we've been anticipating, Mike Public, all year, its path to an IPO has so perilous what with covert and everything, and frankly we've discussed how very desperately the company needs to go public soon mostly for internal morale. So worth noting that sources are telling the Wall Street Journal that AIRBNB plans to confidentially filed for an IPO, this month with the aim of May getting the listing out the door by the end of the year. Let me let the Wall Street. Journal. Reminds you of how he got here quote. The long-awaited move, we'll bring one of the stalwarts of the sharing economy into the public domain alongside ride sharing platforms uber and Lyft, and sets up the next few months to be especially busy time for big IPO's AIRBNB was recently valued at eighteen billion dollars down from an earlier evaluation of thirty, one billion an imminent debut would mark a turnaround for airbnb which was founded in two thousand eight and allows people to list their homes for rent for years. The company shied away from the public markets as it grew into. One of the most highly valued startups with four point eight, billion in revenue in two, thousand, nineteen alone. It also spent big however prompting it. To swing to a loss in the first nine months of twenty nineteen compared with a two hundred dollar profit a year earlier, The Wall Street Journal reported its woes deepened late last year after issues emerged involving crime and safety problems on its platform and as the pandemic spread across the globe. So did the company's headaches people stopped traveling causing bookings to plummet airbnb three years ago valued at more than thirty billion dollars rush to secure financing from private equity firms, Silverlake, and sixty partners at a high interest rate and with warrants that when exercise would value the company at eighteen billion dollars in May. AIRBNB. said it was laying off a quarter of its staff and quote. We're GONNA end today with an omnibus segment just grabbing a couple of things to Moscow related items and one that continues our e-readers theme this week. But as promised, what you're about to hear was never recorded by me the rest of the segment was produced by descript and that new overdubbed feature wherein I trained it on about forty five minutes of my voice. And then I merely had to type out a script and let the overdubbed Ai Produce the audio with a deep fake of my voice. Let's see how it sounds. Shall we starting now I up? Space X is dead serious about getting their Starlink Internet satellites into orbit. In fact, they're so serious they're manufacturing the satellites that is completely unprecedented for the Space Industry Yulon Musk space company told the FCC that it Starlink unit is now building one hundred twenty satellites per month. But even at that rate, this is still going to take awhile because SPACEX wants to eventually deploy twelve thousand of the small satellites into orbit six hundred are already in orbit quoting CNBC. It's difficult to conceptualize what SPACEX is. Satellite production rate means given the difference in size and complexity of spacecraft dealt by other companies but quilty analytics factor Chris quilty told CNBC that Starlink manufacturing is happening at a speed never before seen in the satellite sector. Boutique Research and investment firm focuses on the satellite communication sector. which he founded after leading Raymond James Coverage of the Space Industry for twenty years to put it in perspective Iridium, which previously held the record for the largest commercial satellite constellation was manufacturing satellites at the rate of about six satellites per month at the peak of production. quilty said quote also on the lawn must tip Tesla is apparently involved in developing a Smart Watch and people are wondering why quoting electric, Explorer Technologies, norway-based wearable company focusing on smart watches for kids. has filed an application with the FCC for a new smartwatch enlisted Tesla. As being involved in the projects in an application to keep aspects of the project confidential. The company listed Tesla Motors in the filing in particular they are seeking FCC approval for the use of connectivity on their x five play sm smartwatch is that has been built to track the activities of kids and allow them to send voice messages and predefine text messages. It's hard to believe that Tesla would get involved in smartwatch is for kids. But there could be a few possible explanations first off Tesla might have acquired explorer technologies. Explaining why it is mentioned in the filling, it might have acquired the company for its employees. But then it would be strange for them to still apply for FCC approval, which would aim to launch the product and the US. Therefore, it's possible that Tesla is actually looking to use the explorer smartwatch platform. We have seen that third party APP developers have made Apple Watch? APPS TO CONTROL TESLA vehicles using smart watches with Tesla moving to using phones instead of key-fobs for model three and Model Y..
"mike public" Discussed on Connected
"This is a lot of Gotcha is with the install, and maybe they're trying to iron that out before opening it up to a lot more people. Mike Public may always seems interesting to me anyway. Because I feel like that. There's the potential for more risk. L. The user side Yeah. Yeah Oh, I think there is because backs can be configured in. Basically endless number of ways, and you have like weird utilities and stuff. Where with maybe you kind of know what to expect a little bit more I feel like I would prefer I think it would be better to have is like an open develop Obata select you the level in between. Maybe you know I, Dunno I duNno. Right so it's kind of like you don't have to be in the develop a program. To get the mayor, but you don't call it public by when you think about it. WHO's the target? Was the target audience for a Mac Os Public Beta. Are there really any MAC enthusiasts like if you're if you're EMEC, enthusiasts are. Don't you have an apple developer account? Don't you are? not, necessarily, everybody has the money right to to to put behind a the program. You may not be on, or you may not think the Beta experience worth the ninety nine dollars a year. Yeah, whatever so I think that's I. Think are a lot of people who wait for the public. Beta, and I think the people who look at the Public Beta as being marginally safer than the developer builds. Now we can debate that I'm not sure that's actually true, but I think the people who feel more comfortable on the Public Beta. Release cycle than the debate or they feel like things may be broken more often like me as A. Seventeen year olds, sixteen year old, or whatever I would have been bought the computer, but wouldn't have the money to buy the The computer as a gift was like a gift for me whatever and but I wouldn't have really wanted to put down the hundred pounds or whatever to get. The gotten a job so off. So I didn't have the money to buy the developer account, so it would have been good for me that way, but snakes, cases and garden. It's an issues Khushab. No. Watch os pollute by either. So the mackin and the watcher in the same boat. I? Wonder if the lack of open apple stores and a lot of places in the world have factored into that. Because as far as I know, they haven't changed the situation. Where like if you're Beta, install fails. You can't recover it yourself. And I. Don't know it's one of those. Things are tied together. If that's not an issue, maybe they've fixed out this year I don't watch Betas. Wouldn't either. Not Not hip to that I do, but it's also because I like to live dangerously to an extent. Yeah, yeah, that is just how you live your life. Would take another break This episode of connected is also brought to you by express VPN. I think it's probably fair to say that we all browse the Internet and we like to do that without others knowing what we're doing like our Internet, service providers. Yeah, you have incognito Modin chrome or safari, or whatever, but activity can still be traced as it matter where you get your net from your eyes pecan. See every site..
"mike public" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Massachusetts returning now to our top story the Massachusetts department of public health says a Boston man in his twenties returning from Wuhan China has tested positive for the deadly coronavirus sees the eighth confirmed case of the disease in the United States the BBC's Kevin Coleman joins us now from terminally of Logan airport with the latest Kevin good afternoon Mike public health officials are holding a conference call at three PM because of a Boston man has first confirmed case of the corona virus this report to be an isolated case the threat to the public is what those men it is and it is in his twenties returning from China and has tested positive for the deadly virus at Logan airport Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio on Friday the US health and Human Services secretary declared the coronavirus a public health emergency and ordered any U. S. citizens returning from the center of the outbreak in China to be quarantine for two weeks as a precaution okay wanted for murder in Massachusetts for nearly three decades of fled to the Dominican Republic is back it will face charges in court on Monday according to the FBI the fugitive from justice Jose Armando baton sis is been turned over to the agency but chances faces the murder charge in connection with the death of seventeen year old Andrew Alexander back in may of nineteen ninety in Lowell police say Alexander we shot after he threw a rock through the window of a car is ex girlfriend was in in baton sis was allegedly driving the story of the ongoing overtime abuse scandal involving dozens of Massachusetts state troopers not over yet twenty two more troopers told yesterday that they'll be fired those affected have a right of appeal the department also looking to be reimbursed for any money collected that was not her and forty six current and retired troopers who work for that I've just bad to Truby were implicated in the scandal authorities say they collected pay for overtime shifts the the didn't work didn't complete ten have been criminally charged fourteen of them had retired it was a celebration of Kobe Bryant's before the Lakers trail Blazers game last night in Los Angeles here's ABC's taught it may.
"mike public" Discussed on The Product Experience
"To south or these companies hair than you're losing that as a home oculus disappearing in the same way that if you all if you have something to say call companies you'll oil one of your clients is a navy is a flight is a company that sells flights and then people stopped flying. That means they let them open to be paying full full. You'll kind of business and like I think you'll probably going to see saint see something like that but there's also some really this some arguments in terms of just all If you're if you're if you're a company working from this then you could fool alongside of changes in education so we've seen examples. We've seen how companies have full full on the loan side of Legislation Uber Right so having been continuing band various faces. And we'll see policy that's in line with this So the light to bring about this. If you like say a company which sets up to help people Higher costs all move around. And then there's only a ban on the internal combustion engine 'cause in in cities like using the Bjork for example. That's going to be regulatory impact so if you Komo ability company that you're seeing things like that or even if you just On thinking about the price of carbon in any kind of product you she so or service use l. then you're going to be loss against organizations our this and moving ahead who were predicting wall Kinda Change Woah on take advantage in changes in regulation that we've seen in say Europe for example in December. You literally saw the entire trading book of Europe declared refinement version. Say What are you going to fund policy now parliament weren't even fun fallacy which is in line with one degrees of woman. Now that's GonNa be Frenching in terms of how economy works. All that's going to lead to a load of changes in the Becky Nelson look or basically a bunch. The You you did it as a whole list list of companies that have been co on the wrong side legislation. I think it's worth thinking that ovarian br bringing minded the owners of companies. Essentially a company. Now right you go this. I think I think that's one. Might as well say the impact. There's there's an impact in terms of how effects the customers the opportunity setting team but also an opportunity in terms of if as the Tech Company you can become carbon neutral. And then it's a you become a more attractive business with yes yes in cabal a case you know how you have the conversation with parents right now about Klima old old people of our client right now. Yeah now imagine how awkward that compensation which is GonNa be in say ten years or twenty years with your own kids or even with anyone who is younger than WHO's more than ten years younger than right like like this is not going to become easier to talk about over time so the sooner we saw thinking about this acting of I'm being now the vets have my opinion and I think you're actually respond to see some of this like you'll say and from Jodi from a company point you've seen how say those doesn't start your it's a climate just yet you seen how people have said look. I'm snuggling. Forget having more because I'm really uncomfortable with with ice for example. You're seeing the same thing. is you see some similar things was the kind of I guess. We'll see a halo effect. You have on larger companies now like Mike Use Lisa. Good work is being done with developer relations mark for softball Amazon Google. And then you look at how much of that is undermined by them. Having oil and gas stations there's basically means they lose Hallam in the same way that having a load of Dude burs company will make really attractive to leads of other people who could provide a mortgage provide all these perspectives to how you would afford it. The otherwise wouldn't because Raimondo coach so I think the one of the key things is high is finding and retaining people and betting on Mockus being bigger than you think they're gonna be because you haven't taken into account the changes that will affect the size of those and if you're expecting facts large markets being a big social Is Not GonNa Affect you. I think that's a really good point about the All the developers with their kind of and tech people will people who work in tech. Who have this of strong morals and Nem Unit as probably Ripley? I actually don't have any people he can tech that have quite strong Hicks Marbles and yet. That's that's a good point so Chris. When did the things that I was really excited to talk to about was not only? Did you talk about the scale of the problem. You about some ways as of actually putting things into action on a day to day basis in your own practice that can have a helpful act but you talked to possible oh strategies and I think it's worth starting their greening your stack changing how you power your components is that right. Yeah yeah this was such. That's just give. Some context of this was done talk map camp for Pete for relatively kind of business intake audience with the goal of saying with assumption. That people who people this audience were people who either responsible for or make decisions about the kind of stock oh of for district portal. They wrong right now there are two. I've actually kind of mental. I used when I talk about this. Now intellect decarbonised this And the talk about in terms of like platform packets versus platforms essentially infrastructure. That you control. So that Bobby says you pay for right and that was what I was speaking there. And there's like two levers that we use that we took A. I took agreement foundation people so one one of them is basically thinking about who your provider is they because many cases different providers will run able talents. And some not WANNA make repair. And that's kind of I guess one aspect to could've changing how you power components I suppose the right so I kind of really basic level if if I'm running for the choice of running stuff on say a mostly fossil fuel power cloud from Amazon or the choice of running on a most unusual powered cloud from Google Microsoft and I'm GonNa see some media measurable Games And given the way the big assist sales teams are incentivized in these companies to take money away to take Mukesh from the market leader. The chances are you'll probably get a get a A. It's a kind of a tasty sweet offer to actually Sushi to do that. But the other option is like matching the usage that you know the kind of capacity so you the capacity you provision in terms of like a say a sets of to the usage and you can see that in terms of the way we might have in the Austin years had like physical service like a lot racking us over which took ages replace right up to like having Xavier Chavez. You can stand up and down scattered magically will unsympathetic service. Where is a bit like I guess office lies that ten themselves are not used in the same way the way the listings? You only pay for the request to serve something than not that that kind of sexy allows for much much better use of resources in theory means a you'll running much less energy for fewer fossil fuels on unused capacity. So there's the two angles that you have there and in the map comes in our was depicted took visually because yeah those two angles as if you're listening to you can do as well. But that was a specific strategies. I was mentioning that talk and I love the fact that you talked about them. Both as you can do this straight ahead but sometimes you don't have the power to make the call and there's there's someone above you or there may be other reasons why you choose to go with somebody who is burning fossil fuels but the simple action of putting something in the in the pre requests for proposals or in the documentation around asking the question and raising it as an issue of putting it into the calculation of how. Oh you make a decision. Even if it isn't the deciding factor it still has an effect not as much of an effect obviously but still has an effect on supplier recognizing that this is something that they're there being judged on. Well yes I mean this is actually the like I just mentioned Bama's in a minute ago before and I think there's some stuff which I really really think sox right the whole kind of you. The whole basically is essentially threatening to fire people speaking about lyme as employees. I think really really sucks. I think the the whole kind of chasing gifts sucks. But they're all people work inside the company the do things that are trying to fight the good fight and in on that same conference. We had a drink. Coffee was senior. Vp but he's saying look we want to make this change but we do not see these Christ's coming from customers and until we have a press coming from customers is very difficult to make this case internally or even to shareholders so those kind of is kind of on us to at least office and if you don't know how to ask this stuff then find out a way to find out what the asking for another venue. People who've been quite vocal about what to all square mini cases that our employees who will put a gigantic screen. Saying he's what to ask for just like Adrian Book Growth. Aws did the same day. So so yes the real the Royal Krista this and you kind of do see this not cucumber. It's policy a Mike. Public is in many cases. I see that as one of the big levers to address what I was like something on a market failure like we saw this with their lessons we can learn from elsewhere and specifically in the in the EU. which is the area? I do know I know the the example they spend forty five billion euros on on. It now and and I was in a workshop which was what about public killing because this is a new agenda this new area they really focusing on and yet they're clippings We're going to take into account cobby the neutrality as a factor for when we decide to attend us from our right and This is the kind of stuff that we've seen elsewhere in other spheres. Accessibility not with kindles is a good example and I could probably extend on that is actually. I found out quite useful. I find this I mention. It'll basically the Amazon kindle. What was it's useful from lots of that? If you're partially sighted it's not traditionally a hasn't been very accessible so less a whole load of people who are shut out from the experiences answered they had to get like user u read like this and they there was. I think it was the Newell Public Schools Bold and they had a million dollar tender and they said to him. Look if you want this contract you absolutely need to meet this minimum. Am Standard of accessibility. In order for us to do this we'll go ahead with it. And then when they had that incentive they did end up implementing this you can make the argument that they should have been the same way You know we're not in a movie as a woman. I'm Carrie who else who says we're not in a movie. We need to be pragmatic asked about some of this in some cases design of incentives to get people to do. The right thing is going to be the thing that delivers these kind of changes. And you've seen the same thing with accessibility. Let's see how now it's much more of a high profile thing because you you solo. Some public sector organizations take a stand web for the companies either the one able to or the same ones yet and as a result. It's better for rooms are full. Yeah I think as product people we can definitely I appreciate the will respond to the needs of the market and I guess as product people as well we love to measure things and so in terms of understanding our impact on on Kabanov Osceola to emissions how we go about understanding bright. Now what what we can seeming all. I didn't even know how you phrase it but with or whereas it might be how we we get to so if carbon neutral noise we'll combine scores and yeah all right so I am when I woke to comes good amy. We tried to do this. Full retried to restrict the ambition from work the carbon footprint of everything to just in front of every company in the UK or and the like there are ways that you can do this and in many cases. You don't need to know everything to idea of way to stop. Aw and actually stripe. The payments companies are good examples point to a Niagara.
"mike public" Discussed on Crypto Voices
"Just close every person's account but got his worst upon them. It's not sustainable. In the long run the to collect you know. Closing bank accounts cannot be sustainable strategy strategy. If you're a bank Ridiculous the whole whole whole situation. I think that this is quite interesting to see where this is going at. This rate trendies indies. Definitely that you'll that like also the whole Hola suggestion that you have these new New kind of fiendish fiendish companies that are also it's not just about the regular season how afraid the companies of repercussions regarding these issues. Like some of the bands are like super paranoid. So they're doing everything not just by the regulation but also above above the regulation at the Denver companies. That are kind of just trying to make sure they are barely compliant because if they do anything more it will break break the customer experience so so these are two different strategies in a way that some companies are doing everything above but they need need to do at some banks at identity some that are kind of just barely doing what they need to do because they want to maintain a good customer experience as possible. We're kind of more in that section that we we do what we need to do what we feel we need to do and try to make the customer. Experience is as good as possible and we of course things that we do we must because otherwise we lose our bank accounts releaser licenses so we have those requirements but then keep it clear that we're not gonNA do anymore. We're going to focus on the customer experience at tried to avoid useless things regarding a monkey was some companies are doing things that they don't actually have to do that. I see as a good practice this. Yeah yeah well. Let's table there. I think for the KYC Ma more or less depressing topic these days but I it seems that you know. Obviously you see. bitcoin liberates is from a lot of this and it seems that Being such an institution that has to comply with this. Because we're certainly going about it the right way the practical way the You know the good way Henry. I think we've We've covered a lot here I had one more question about sort of your financial situation. I thought it was interesting. The last time we talked you know that was sort of the height maybe the peak ending of the ICO. Boom you guys did not do I see oh you're raising money with Invest Door door spoke with the D. That's a peer to peer equity platform in In Finland anything changed their any other interesting news about your capital title capital structure. I thought that was that was just good and interesting as a as a bitcoin. Company that you weren't you weren't going too much into the ICU hype. Couple years ago. He always Tao's For us we did regular crowdfunding running late seventeen. We also made a lot of profit into the seventeen from the bull market. Get in Crypto. So we like that the time than we managed to get a good buffer for the company like cash offer for to be able to manage at. We've been quite experienced so we've been through this up and down before so where we didn't kind of handle it as well before. So now he knew how to handle it and he keeps do not over standard expenses when you have the bull market at also. We'll keep very strong cash reserves for the bear market. And that's what we did. Now we've been having some some burn burn rate recently the the the the bear market on we've been investing in things of course like things we'd seen car really important in terms of the growth of the company so we have to keep investing in the development and the bear market has reduced the revenues. So we've had some burn recently but I think we're or now since June is being a little bit better we're closer now to break even added. We definitely foresee to be making profit again next year year and probably next year will make some profit unexpecting twenty twenty one will make a huge amount of profit so that that's basically the time timeless. We're working on that so very personally expects them. The next Buddha market the real bull markets will be twenty twenty twenty twenty one between those years will have a in my opinion. What I expect is to have a huge amount of growth? And that's where that's where we're aiming as a company bunny also to try to develop our situation in our services. All of these two have really robust level Berbie condemn served customers as well well as possible when things start kind of picking up Nice. I like that very much. Definitely you guys have Doing a great job and driving that adoption. And it's good to hear that You're on I think. Sound footing moving forward to What I believe as well and hope it's A? It's a bull market to bring a lot a lot of people in a Bitcoin so henry as we close it man any final thoughts and where can our listeners. Find more about U. N.. Prices most actively praise communicating via the coin motion facebook twitter blogs their blog and website emotion. But for me personally I think but I'm not really like A. I have a twitter so twitter. Stick no message and the as four so Yeah that's that's basically Mike Public Do have linked in these companies Activity so It's it's twitter is the thing I've been a bit less active. There isn't as well so I mostly just.
"mike public" Discussed on Las Doctoras Podcast
"The school where my kids go. I'm always like trying to look for like they could be there. 'cause I think every time when you know when I think of my kids are like Oh you know you're dressed today other times. I'm always just with my son and make up. No nothing really really. Don't work do It's hard to explain being adjunct you in the class and with apparent so and who is Communities Yasser Find Hamas? They actually kit connect with more than just being mom's guys. No that's amazing that is really beautiful story For you on that. Your kids are GonNa be growing up side-by-side as well. I mean you. My daughter's thirteen now and I'm bad. My one of my best friends we were at orientation together is it and I was still you know hiding it. He's like terrified. Add to that. I asked her like a million questions. Roberto interested in finding and then she's going on you know and our daughter is thirteen and they've ninety since since really need. Those kinds of things are just. They are miracles. Their dividends Fate you know whatever we think about fit for the Had started writing about this stigma. First piece came out in two thousand eight eleven. And it was in a book called Latina gone mothering by the material press and then. I'm Sarah Thinking about winning streak on network. What does that mean in on about Had Do we survive in? Us Society titled Retransplant. Culture I really talked about my mother's parents eighteen and then I- i- publishable pieces of Mike Public scholarship around this and then in twenty thirteen at published a piece of feminist formations called she gonNa Know Lecturers Diapers and evaluations to gassing mothering in the kind of and then that one was read by like ebay. Medina's moves member of collective Christine Bay guy and then they reached out to me to Hamill together In Twenty Fourteen at American Cities Association conference in it was a panel that we called mothers mothers of Color Academia. So that's the first time we Ahmed. It was in twenty fourteen and we picked on our website. And if you see the Patriot. Like my dad was already you know. I don't know I don't remember how she was. Seven or eight. The babies were like eighties. third baby hit right and so that first meeting was there and then it sorta just we were like really awesome healing and important and why we keep working together. And let's you know. Maybe we should article together and it just sort of like we Together and then as ready Nardi where they make you know we should really think about getting this these ideas out to more audience. We should do a podcast in so then we started in the podcast and then we some out funding to get you know all the equipment after we were using the another prison space or not a community space to the podcast man. Ra- likely shredded anthology. And then we started thinking about those ideas together. We sent out a call for paper. It got so many. Submissions cannot accept relate. We blocks so that all of these submissions. That couldn't get publishing the bug. We can publish them on. I developed the and and it's just been like that you know like when we see a need you know. We seem to buy together. And how do we make it happen so this will be five years that we've been while working together at dream together and you know and I will say that you know although we're all we're all different places like Colorado Arizona help Different cities in California. That it's been really important for us to even if you're not in the same space we do a lot of these zooms you feel like you're together And we don't just talk about work. You know we talk about our daily lives in many of separation through Earth's who devised So much And so that is also part of actually doing. The collective work is building relationships. Another because what? We also argue. Is that if there's no relationship building there's no community than cultures don't change the Culture Academy is not GonNa Change just simple. Let's see right. You have to have a movement of people that are able to respond to that so So that's a little bit of our genealogy and then sort of where we're at right now yeah so I think we can talk a little bit more about the the book your book in that process. you know. Because I think we're always trying to demystify this will academia thing right and I think even within academia there's so much gaping and so much you know I had a I had a professor call. It hazing right. It's like A. We went through all of this trauma right now. You should too right and you know so. We're really trying to figure out. Like how can we do our thing without recreating trauma right or perpetuating trauma Yes when I say that hearing you speak to how you.
"mike public" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Beginning of common sense. M seven ABC. De Leandra reporting something about the magnitude of these attacks and and right now, they're saying the security situation injury Lanka remained fluid on Monday police said they found eighty seven detonators a private terminal the main bus station in Sri Lanka's capital of Colombo. And then a controlled explosion was carried out on a van near Saint Anthony's church one of the three churches targeted in the attack. Was that mean while they're detonators to set off bombs? So maybe maybe was like the bombmakers bag or something. I mean who knows I mean, Mike public would know more about that. But you need a debt, and you can have like the explosive, but you need something to detonate the Baker in here that Mike joyous and such short notice. Of course, of course. So we're we're trying to make sense of it to to to cut our that. We just don't understand through Lankan government was allegedly given notification ten days prior foreign intelligence services multiple. Coordinate attack was coming their way. And they allegedly did nothing seems almost unbelievable. Yeah. I would until we have all details. I would take that report based on what I've seen over the years with a grain of salt. I mean, do nothing is you know, I think that may be a little bit over the line. I think they were taking some steps. But yeah, understand a lot of times these warnings that come out even though they may say, oh, we had detail warnings. It's not we have detail warnings about place. Daytime we have we have warnings about the fact that they're a group that maybe looking to target public areas or a large event, which of course, this time of year. You would have to be centered around Easter Passover. I would I would hold a fire on at least. I would anyway. Okay. Exactly what steps they take. The other thing was eighty seven detonators found in the in a bus station. What does that mean the eighty seven bombs, but eighty seven detonators report? Why various components that have to make up an explosive charge function exposed to charge and detonator simply away think about it. It's it's like a spark of of an outdoor barbecue. Right. You can turn the gas on. But you know, unless you have something to to set that off, and it's not gonna happen. So that Nader is simply there's various forms of detonators. It's, but it's a it's a significant amount of material or component which aerial which indicates that they were looking to probably create more havoc were have another a second follow on series of attacks. So it's you know, again kind of days with their investigation this reliant gonna thirties. You know, they've got a lot of experience obviously with Camille Tigers, and that whole insurgency that had a Marxist Leninist group there that created a lot of havoc over the years. They've got this extremist Islamic group. So they've had experience doing this. I don't wanna call them the most efficient, you know. But you know, they are working through it. Think you know, somebody that has seen a lot of things over the years to me a surprised that nobody is taking responsibility for it. Because it would seem to me a coordinated attack of six explosives that actually went off with suicide bombers on Easter Sunday is to me being kinda f you to not only Christians around the world to western civilization. And in a lot of times, they wanna take you know, like, yeah. That was us that was us that did that and take credit for it. But also, can you tell us the profile of it like doing using suicide bombs to go into a religious thing or two hotels that whole host western people. Do you have a profile are there certain types of terrorist groups that do that? Well, unfortunately, there's not a lot of new to the sun when it comes to the methodologies Bill us, and we've seen all of this as you guys know seen all this before. So you wouldn't look at this and say, well, you know, this is is indicative of only ISIS, or they only AP or a particular because the end of the day, you know, they just need motivation. They need a level of resource to carry something out like this. It's not talking about, you know, lex Luthor and taking over the world unfortunate. But there are a number of groups out there that are capable of conducting these sort of operations as far as credit. You are right. Absolutely. Right. It is interesting because ISIS has always been fairly quick out of the gate, and particularly now because they've been kicked out of their physical Caliban starting to disseminate. But that may be an indication that they're, you know, they're they're command and control structure is in disarray. So they don't have the media wing that they? They had before they don't have that ability to get comes out. So they may still be trying to figure out how to take advantage of this debate. Where either you know behind it or not then still wanna take credit for it. The the local Islamic group. The extremist group is there in Sri Lanka. You know? They they tend to keep a fairly low profile Mike against the clock. I appreciate you. Joining. Where where can people find you? Well, I try not to have people find. Diligence dot com. NC dot com for all your global intelligence and security, neither go Mike. Thanks you. See? ABC?.
"mike public" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Light coin find the link in the description below and pick up your copy today. Talk about the user interface door chains going to be the back end of it. Right. And you said that if somebody wants to deploy the thord chain, then they can. But then they're they would only have the focus on the user interface. Are you guys gonna come out with a user interface packet something that I mean user, interface sucks right now, man? Across. Yeah. For the most part. How can you help that man? Yeah. So we are building using device, and we will deploy it on tests networks, but like I said we never want to be in a position where we run a live exchange because what we're trying to do is allow any any existing exchange to redeploy on tho a chain. Yeah. We don't want to be in the exchange business. We want to be in the protocol business, but don't you kind of in the exchange business for at least on the get just to prove the aid proved the concept B to really you're going to have to lead the way, if you're leading the way, how can you how can you lead without leading? It's all comes down to the computer, science amounts and the underlying economic centers. It does need ROY costs real-world testing to prove out the security guarantees and economic centers. And like, for example, you know, will survive a hat, a valet a wall will sly one third of the ballots going ROY go centerset such so doesn't need to be ROY Bossie tested and the. Building an exchange on a use interfaced demonstrate this and we will Mike public available on on tests. And with the correct legal structure, we will deploy on maintenance with real assets. But any of those efforts will be temporary because and will refer to Alex change potus aware on boarding changes slowly on by one and we will work with them to redeploy their exchange on which I can keep doing what they do. Best the license the regulator that uses the mocking budgets that gulp stop said cetera. They can run the exchange will simply build a back end and continue to do that..
"mike public" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Like through and through. And so I grew up like the music. I grew up around was Hector level, salvia crews and then hip hop in growing up around the Brian your favorite hip hop. Artist would be going down hard. I grew up around Mike public enemy. Jay z. And then of course, you had like this late ninety s boom of like you have fat. Joe big pun. You have all these people that we grew up around as well. And so it's it's to be all of those things, you know, sometimes people say like, oh, wow. You're the way you articulate your platform is so intersectional and to me, it's not even that we're trying. It's this is who we are. And so what what it means to be American. What we grew up in like how we grew up around. These values was my dad Lugo visit family in Puerto Rico every year, but then we would drive to colonial Williamsburg. What really? Yeah. You mean like for the weekend? All I mean, we will take a little family vacation, and colonial Williamsburg, those really the two places where we went on family vacations. It was colonial Williamsburg and three. That's. How do you manage that? As being a young that. Nah. You know, a lot of people don't know, if they you know, it's not like you're walking around member of congress. Treat me with. And at the same time knowing that you're going to be in congress. I think I'm still processing a lot of that four months ago or five months ago. I was completely anonymous just like any other New Yorker no one cared about me. So just like, psychologically that's been that's a process, but I had a friend come over a couple of months ago. And there was a magazine that had my face on the cover of it with a bunch of other faces in terms of political developments of political ideas of twenty and she looked at it. And we were laughing at it. 'cause it's like it doesn't feel like this is in my. But we're laughing at it. And she says, that's what you are. You're an idea now. And I felt like I had to be perfect or else I was going to be leading our community down. So that maybe leads us to an interesting question. How are you managing your ego? 'cause I mean the truth is is that you're getting all kinds of call backs. Right. And what kind of mind games that it can play because I'm sure it's also exciting to be on the cover of a fabulous magazine or a great photo shoot and all of that. But at the same time, it's also lonely. It is. And if anything there are some ways in which I was more confident before the primary. In my brain. And.
"mike public" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"New York with Alexandria Oguz. Cortes, can we go get a coffee and our next? Stop is a little corner diner. No tables. Just a couple of counters and stools and the sound of a milk steamer making gothic or background. I've been positing that letting x people because of our own kind of history in this country that we're going to be bringing a different kind of politics. Yeah. That's right. And I'm just wondering what you think about that notion. Uh-huh. To be Latino or to be Latina. Our identity. Is the most I would say is the most intersectional identity in the world. So for example, I'm Puerto Rican. That means that I know that I am African I am indigenous. I am also the product of European colonization I feel like to be Latina and to fully acknowledged your identity, and everything that goes into your identity means that we have to champion the causes of everybody in order to championed the causes of ourselves. And so when you look at an issue like immigration, for example. Design just quote unquote Mexicans coming in from the border. These are these are indigenous people. And this is their land. But were your mom and dad? Speaking to you and saying Alexandria Mita, proud three Kenya. Body proud Latina. Or was the message like look you're a New Yorker through through. However, you wanna define yourself. No. I was. I grew up with a very strong sense of patriotism, a very strong sense as we are American. I also was raised you our body grab like through and through. And so I grew up like the music, I grew up around was Hector level loose. And then hip hop in growing up around the Brian your favorite hip hop. Artist would be. Hard. I grew up around Mike public enemy. Jay z. And then of course, you had like this late ninety s boom of I like you have fat jumbo your big pond. You have all these people that we grew up around as well. And so it's it's to be all of those things, you know, sometimes people say like, oh, wow. You're the way you are late your platform is so intersectional and to me, it's not even that we're trying. It's this is who we are. And so what it means to be American grew be grabbing like how we grew up around. These values was my dad Lugo visit family and Puerto Rico every year, but then we would drive to colonial Williamsburg. What? Really? Yeah. You mean like for the weekend? All I mean, we will take a little family vacation in colonial Williamsburg, those are the two places where we went on family decay. She cried. It was colonial Williamsburg for three. That's. How do you manage that? As being a young. Nah, you know, a lot of people don't know if they you know, it's not like you're walking around member of congress. Treat me with. And at the same time knowing that you're going to be in congress. I think I'm still processing a lot of that four months ago five months ago. I was completely anonymous. I'll just like any other New Yorker no one cared about me. So just like, psychologically that's been that's a process, but I had a friend come over a couple of months ago. And there was a magazine that had my face on the cover of it with a bunch of other faces in terms of political developments of political ideas of two thousand eighteen and she looked at it. And we were laughing at it. Because it's like it doesn't feel like this is in my life. But we're laughing at it. And she says, that's what you are. You're an idea now. And I felt like I had to be perfect or else I was going to be leading our community down. So that maybe leads us to an interesting question. How are you managing your ego? 'cause I mean the truth is is that you're getting all kinds of call backs. Right. And what the kind of mind games that it can play because I'm sure it's also exciting to be on the cover of a fabulous magazine or great photo shoot and all of that. But at the same time, it's also lonely. It is. And if anything there are some ways in which I was more confident before the primary. In my brain. And in my heart. I feel very grateful, and I feel very humbled. But a lot of the experience is terrifying. I feel like I have this huge target because I'm embodying some of the most vulnerable people in society. And the issues that I'm talking about are not red versus blue. They're just not their top versus bottom. And so for me. I still struggle with even conceiving the idea of getting a callback. Like sometimes I talk to our team. And I'm like, do you think? So and so will respond to us like, yeah. Of course, it site will they or I still worry about people showing up to my vents. There was an article I think it was in the New York were they made a point of pointing out that when you talk to kids you come down to their level. And I was thinking about that. Also, in terms of the way, you you say, you know, you talk to people you approach them you come in. You'll touch them. You'll lean. Yeah. Are you thinking about it more as like, wow, this is a really effective political tactic? No, I feel like I learned it from my parents. And when I reflect on my life experience, I think.
"mike public" Discussed on Latino USA
"A new podcast from Michigan radio and NPR digs into how he got away with it for so long. Hey, we're back and today, we're spending some time in Queens, New York with Alexandria ocasio court. This can we get a coffee and our next. Stop is a little movie in corner diner. No tables. Just a couple of counters and stools and the sound of a milk steamer of making gothic or Mitch in the background. I've been positing that letting x people because of our own kind of history in this country that we're going to be bringing a different kind of politics. Yeah. And I'm just wondering what you think about that notion. To be let the mix to be the. Our identity. Is the most I would say is the most intersectional identity in the world. So for example, I'm Puerto Rican. That means that I know that I am African I am indigenous. I am also the product of European colonization. I feel like to be the and to fully acknowledge your identity, and everything that goes into your identity means that we have to champion the causes of everybody in order to champion the causes of ourselves. And so when you look at an issue like immigration, for example, these aren't just quote unquote, Mexicans coming in from the border. These are these are indigenous people, and this is their land. But were your mom and dad? Speaking to you and saying Amita proud worth regain a- bodyg- want proud letting or was the message like look, you're a New Yorker through through. However, you wanna define yourself. No. I was. I grew up with a very strong sense of patriotism, a very strong sense of we are American. I also was raised you our body like through and through. And so I grew up like. The music. I grew up around was Hector level, Celje crews and then hip hop in growing up around the Brian your favorite hip hop. Artist would be going. Hard. I grew up around Mike public enemy Naza, Jay z. And then of course, you had like this late nineties boom of like you have fat, Joe, big pun. You have all these people that we grew up around as well. And so it's it's to be all of those things, you know, sometimes people say like, oh, wow. You're the way you articulate your platform is so intersectional and to me, it's not even that we're trying. It's this is who we are. And so what what it means to be American. What we grew up in like how we grew up around. These values was my dad, we go visit family and Puerto Rico every year, but then we would drive to colonial Williamsburg, what really? You mean like for the weekend? All I mean, we will take a little family vacation and kaline new William those really the two places where we went on family became she cried. It was colonial Williamsburg and for thirty going. That's where we went. How do you manage that? As being a young that the, you You know. know, a lot of people don't know, if they, you know, start like you're walking around member of congress. Treat me with. And at the same time knowing that you're going to be in congress. I think I'm still processing a lot of that for months ago, five months ago. I was completely anonymous just like any other New Yorker no one cared about me. So just like, psychologically that's been that's a process, but I had a friend come over a couple of months ago. And there was a magazine that had my face on the cover of it with a bunch of other faces in terms of political developments of political ideas of twenty eighteen and she looked at it. And we were laughing at it. Because it doesn't feel like this is in my. But we're laughing at it. And she says, that's what you are. You're an idea now. And I felt like I had to be perfect or else I was going to be letting our community down. So that maybe leads us to an interesting question. How are you managing your ego? Because I mean, the truth is is that you're getting all kinds of call backs. Right. And what kind of mind games that it can play because I'm sure it's also exciting to be on the cover of a fabulous magazine or a great photo shoot and all of that. But at the same time, it's also lonely..
"mike public" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Allen sky is live in Arlington with an update Balan. Mike. Public works. Crews are loading sandbags into people's cars here. People pull up they show their driver's license show. They have an. Arlington address. And then half a dozen people start loading bags into the back of your car. People who are pulling in say, they see flooding sometimes, but they say, it's never been this bad. Yes. Our backyard is flooded definitely flooded Arlington will load at twenty-five bags into the back of your car. There's been a steady stream of people pulling in here there going to be here till five o'clock this afternoon. The public works crews are then they'll be here. Seventy five Monday through Friday until the rain finally lets up live in Arlington. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD, Allan. Thank you all this rain, causing some sewage problems seeping out of the ground in Fort Worth several inches of rain yesterday and more expected today. Sitting officials are warning residents that they've been seeing sewage coming up for manhole covers Mary Google news is with the city's water department and says it's a problem of over-capacity tree. Route get in there and create gaps types cracks over time and rainwater seeps in and. Ground is so saturated, you know, the waters looking for the path of least resistance, and if it finds a crack and apply applied that's going right in it. She says the city has been able to stop some of the overflow, but warns residents more is possible in the long-term. Google news says the city is working on a pipe to handle more capacity that will take years to finish Austin York. Newsradio. Ten KRLD is.
"mike public" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Public safety used because they're public safety so they're kind of got the sweet spot you know mike public safety consumes up to eighty percent of most municipal budgets could it get even higher if public safety unions or become a stronger part of the politics of city hall well could but i don't see that happening and the way i see it as the little differently i i think anything that weakens unions as a whole does not make any specific union stronger i i do agree that they absolutely are and a sweet spot currently but it just puts them next in line i mean public safety unions think they're immune because they're the good guys and they are but two factions who are pushing janice and who are trying to disable the unions and remove their political clout they're not they're not the good guys they're just a union and as soon as the teachers you know who wants for the good guys but now they're referred to as the powerful teachers union as soon as their diminished sufficiently the people who are driving this they'll come after the public safety guys next and gals it was interesting though that that's where this is happening in the midwest where some of the republican governors have gone after public employee unions there where they've been successful is where they've carved out public safety unions instead applies to every other public employee union except police and fire because they wanted to first start with with frankly knocking down fair share arrangements for all the other employees once they get that resolved and maybe they'll turn their attention to to public safety which is already happening in some states mike let me ask you this was thinking about was the the law of unintended consequences one one of the ideas here's to make public employee unions frankly a little bit less strong but could have the actually the reverse effect that now unions have got to go out there and prove their worth to members they're actually going to become more aggressive to prove their worth employee's i having been a member of two unions i don't see that happening i i see that i think the janice rule of if if the lawsuit is upheld i think that'll diminish unions period but i think that there's a pathway for the unions and i don't think it has anything.
"mike public" Discussed on WJR 760
"The lured is made blessed be the name of the lord and who can find a virtuous woman for values far above rubies her husband was safely trusting her so that he will have no need of spoil you do you believe that this woman was unfairly treated by her team guy i i'm christian and i profess that all the time actually in my public school but that's not the issue right at the moment because i mean it is this is a to a large extent about being able to show your faith in the workplace you're are you at all criticized for for giving testimony if if you're in a classroom unprincipled and mike and mike public school would be extremely angry with me as i took the christian christmas carols out of the music program with that balance we had a time when we were told as a townie that most likely there would come a day when we have to quit wearing our cross necklaces of which time i said that would be the time i decided that it was time to retire i think what really bugs me about this story is the latte first of all the lack of consistency are all cheerleaders on all teams not allowed to profess their faith or is this a special team and virgin on apps this this woman her own testimony says you know i was one among i was alone among the these many women that were professional dancers on on the on the cheerleading squad the other part of it i just like getting at talent about is when i think that we're really really you know i've been alive for sixty four years just when i think that we're finally getting past the concept of women as sex symbols sexual symbols i think the concept of thanked her when you walk out on the field you gotta leave the religion piece alone you've got you've got e we want women to be symbols as cheerleaders nailed it they don't want the fantasy spoiled we'll be back with more of your calls next this is jack from banyan hill you like freedom i do you like money i do to if you like freedom and money then you're gonna love freedom checks you'll see over the next few months an estimated thirty four point six billion is up for grabs to anyone who stakes their claim yep you.
"mike public" Discussed on KOIL
"Is identifying the battle lines and the gop i've been having buchanan to that ninety two but that's right he's identifying the battle lines and the gop the bannon wing wants to redefine the party around hostility to immigration and trade but its main animating principle is anger against whoever happens to be in power this isn't a principle that can govern even if it manages to win a few elections that's how the journal describes conservative populism economic nationalism hostility to emigrants is exactly what jeb bush said and hostility are anti trade your antiimmigration and that you're just angry victor what he needs to do is do what went wrong give me two mukoma to run for governor ernie mike public or william world or any people who claim quasim arizona which weekly thirty eight in the only reason years is you like john mccain and others can we com or call on closed borders e e clamped williams on conservative social issues amendment some of those what most people who in washington and he moves scored well unfortunately peru me up and you get caught recycle where people were sick or somebody like coal oil and coal you go wrong wrong person parreira zoning it appropriate or raqqa true and you think about the truth who's republican guards somehow representative rubio conservative among our law club part but you see you should make the necessary corrections owner he wants to further his political career in quiet out agree rhino after troops root for new york or something there people who order don't look to the people in arizona whose views that no longer it all we never did really work fox news has a pull out today that shows that donald trump's overall approval number is thirty eight percent and that but among republicans it is 83 percent among those who voted for him eighty seven percent kind of confusing but nevertheless the overall approval number is thirty eight percent do you think number one that this is accurate does it matter uh and is this an aversion new style and tone over substance all of a book about worry oil in october of whilst you will hold the election coyle we points because kohl's whether deliberately or not angawi or or a all quake isolation all com when you're out in the twinkling any you read it all on quico uturn on abc news who say although quotas me.
"mike public" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"In and and changed the next year so we were just may to do something to protect the police officer and and get it motion trip to were the public understand you can't mess around with the gosh trying to do their job was simply for a window of time it seem like there was the lick leash sanctioned education that was permitted toward long for smart i think at that time has passed with the november election on national level but i really respect what you to have done in trying to be proactive in the case that some of this continued you know protest and disruptions mind occur center to belmont you explain you're you're a particular avila separated talks about down releasing probably information relating to aloft horsemen officer the had actually the robin and and and thank you but for explain that bilal powell play i actually i don't believe that through the former president president obama in her in china let's let's call words learn he didn't extremely typically disagree with me oh man but i believe are his actions and it is a lack of our always supporting lone portion i think he encouraged of the increased balance against long force with robin what what was not build does is currently at useful two roll eighty support publish or mike public very oh man dress up a police officer and it's it's already gets while that there's no penalty if you do it so there's paper you know the time three pressure not not but none her chris could published three andrus home andrus took place all sir putting that all serbian is playing really danger with with nowhere professions some so what mon bill does he just pretty good only and that you're to sit what are not think it's been amended in the house to also included are you know me the plan saying mr here which could carry even jail time as well but but that's what the bill does he just it's simply put.
"mike public" Discussed on American Family Radio
"Could've and and the jump much department reputed the mike public interest legal down they can put coming up one of the week what a tough look apartment he for the and a lot and what he did that and the other thing the epochal was probably unconstitutional by leave here reading she to pumping radical she could well we might lose them court this will be subject to attack a judge my rule would get that and you know that is the basis you've been doing for the loss but if you were a cool with it quarter it that become a garbage that he can want school now particularly deal we keep a lot of goals i call room you know that the was the tool could use for political any exactly what he did it she doesn't matter to me without a lot like him now but up for the eight or i would be the bar to fight that well my quiet mike in adverse ruling but we're not going to prep the point which he did it like if you hire a lawyer to defend you in court and they they were you know that he can't you might luca look to give up which he did well and is and also too that the justice department legal department whatever i don't know they also legal counsel and then actually vetted this these executive orders and declared to the president in spite of their ideology that they were constitution could they not well look it well for him to have a little bit better lawyers no up on thang much during a bomb at age but there was probably somebody in play that well you're trying to nor somebody who was promoted who who wasn't pure radical.