29 Burst results for "Millo"

"millo" Discussed on Feminist Current

Feminist Current

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"millo" Discussed on Feminist Current

"You know, that's an automatically kind of powers up both of those women because they're finding out that this is kind of like a bit of a House of Cards. Some of the information that women get when they're pregnant is actually not really necessarily evidence based. It's just policy based. So all of that sort of the power of social media to link women together to help inform each other is really, really important in terms of positive birth. But also I think another thing that the positive birth movement did was changing the narrative. So and again, social media is so great for that. So sharing stories sharing. It's so common now that it's hard to believe that it hasn't always existed. But you go on Instagram now and look at certain hashtags you'll be able to see really incredible birth videos really incredible birth pictures. But ten years ago, there was no it was very hard to see that, but that narrative wasn't in the mainstream the way it is now. So I think the positive birth movement played a role in kind of like encouraging that to happen. You know, we had like hashtags, like, was one that was really viral called birth just happened. And, you know, women were really shocked by that. Those images because they showed women who just given birth. And those women who just given birth looked full of life and really energized and vibrant and ecstatic and they were very different images to what people had in their brain is what a woman who's just given birth look like. She'd just been run over by a truck kind of thing. So that was the kind of way it worked, really, just sort of trying to change the narrative and women together to kind of help challenge the power dynamic. Why do you think that so many women have negative or traumatic birth experiences? Well, I mean, I think we're just not getting birthright. You know, women, women's bodies are not trusted to give birth or to do many other things for that matter..

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"Can buy a coffee with bitcoin. But your coffee would be cold by the time you would be able to be allowed to drink it because it would take the transaction anywhere from twenty to forty five minutes or more to go through. Because bitcoin is not instantaneous. It takes time and that's where the whole terminology behind bitcoin minor. You're not literally digging through piles of data to get bitcoin. What you're doing is as a minor. You're processing those transactions and you're adding your input to the blockchain to say. Yeah this is legit. Make this one part of the blockchain. That's what a minor does and they're rewarded with bitcoin by doing these transactions so every transaction they take take on they warded and certain transactions. You can actually pay more you. Can you can actually pay a higher fee to get your transaction processed. I rather than just paying the standard fee and sitting there waiting for an hour for to get done. Now there's been plenty of times where i have made transactions with and i'm not talking about buying stuff i mean. I think i bought things with bitcoin. Maybe like twice but just transferring it from my ledger to coin base or coin based to my ledger. You type in your key and you hit that transfer button and i just sit there and munch on my fingernails for forty five minutes because my money is just completely in limbo somewhere limbo. Yeah you don't know where it's at you just. I just transferred five thousand dollars. Let's say two from from coin base to my ledger. Where's that money. I don't see it on coin base. I don't see it on my ledger. Where is it. It's in the blockchain it's waiting to be processed and then boom all of a sudden bam it shows up on your ledger. Hey you just got more money. But it's scary. It's scary man. It's scary unless you know what. You're doing with crypto and i don't mean to scare anybody away but like if you're gonna be using crypto to purchase things. Yeah you gotta get used to this. But if you're just going to go out there and say you know what. I'm looking for a long-term secondary retirement income. Dude cryptos the way to go. We're not we you said we're not advising but that's your opinion is my opinion. Opinion is my opinion. Only but i'm just saying. I you buy it you hold onto it and then maybe eventually some day it's gonna be worth a lot of money but then you don't have to be scared of all these transactions you just you just buy it you just buy it and hold onto it john. That's it you're like one of the few out of the group that has not gotten into crypto at all so. I can't say that i haven't gotten into. I haven't been into it recently. Back in when i was in college. Two thousand nine. After i graduated from college to nine to the day i was like this is kinda cool and i just i. I don't remember how much hag salongo. But i had one or two bitcoins that i had paid four dollars for or whatever it was when it came out and it lived on a hard drive and that hard drive got lost or destroyed or whatever and i think about it every now and then That sucks that's worth. But so i just have not gotten back into it. I don't i don't understand it. I need to do more research. Because i'm the type of person that doesn't get it's been. I'm not comfortable with just going into something and saying cool bitcoin. Let's sign up for a website and pay twenty dollars a month to get big bitcoin. But it's that easy now right to pay to get big if you get if thought you sign up for a website. That's going to give you big. No no no no. That's called a scam sean. I know that sign you up for coin base buying bitcoin through joint base or those types of i told you guys about my recently. I've always well not always. But you know twenty six late. Twenty-six early twenty seventeen is when i really got into crypto but i was about it and i believe sean i believe you're the one that initially told me about it back in lima. Sure sure i had done a news story on it when it was like well. What's big and we were playing. We were playing games one night and you mentioned. Bitcoin and i was like what does this. And then you're talking about coin base. And i went and i signed up for coin base account and i bought some bitcoin and i forgot about it. I forgot about it until early earlier this year. And i'm like wait a second. I've got the secondary account. I logged in and i had i think had gosh initially invested three hundred dollars that and it was whereas quite time at early february when bitcoin all time high it was worth twenty five thousand dollars not a bad investment. And so i immediately transferred to into my main family account on my ledger. And then i proceeded to go by myself some cool toys right because hey that was my money to begin with. I just hit the lottery nice. I'm still waiting for you to send me that. Xbox series exit. You were going to send me over. Be having all right. We'll take another quick break. I mean detailer. I'm sean to wear on broadway. And i'm just an send us a tweet at tech talk radio be right back and now back to tech talk radio. Welcome back to.

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"Such great disclaimers but we do want to tell you what what's going on. And what happened broadway. You kind of told us about it. We started looking at it and we were like our mouths were on the floor. We like wait. When did this happen. I didn't think was possible. I didn't either 'til this morning In the wee hours a person Basically stole over six hundred million dollars worth of crypto assets. Now how are they able to make this habit. You say the blockchain that's where this digital currency crypto all kept so a a real quick breakdown. Bitcoin is its own blockchain. Ethereal is its own blockchain so we have a ton there's thousands of blockchain out. There you got your tier ones tier twos so on. This is a tier three considered tier three blockchain but there is a lot of nf the exchanges swaps and t.'s. Are non fungible tokens. We talked about them. I think last show These types of things were on that network so this person wrote a contract to putt into this blockchain. That infused a command. That wasn't protected. That allowed them to gain access to all the other block all the other materials or assets on the block chain as a whole and so that person still every one of them and has been touted as count themselves as robinhood alday. I'm actually reading about this right now. This particular blockchain called poly network and it is used by. Neil among other blockchain's neo is a coin that i actually had invested in a while back and i'm sitting on a bag of it right now so i'm wondering if i'm affected by this. Even though all of mine are stored on my ledger. Which if you do invest in crypto. It's highly suggested you do not leave your money on an exchange. Get yourself a get yourself a ledger or something. Similar a treasure alleger to basically look like usb sticks but their cryptic graphically as i say cryptographic protected. You're better than me. But that's that's where you store your price. He's who your coins now but even if you had a ledger in this case justin would this in somebody goes in. They get into the blockchain. They're able to take this six hundred million dollars out of there at least in because the wallets still live on the blockchain. As far as i'm concerned as far as i know the your money still sits other. Because all you're storing on your ledger is your private key and if somebody can get that private key then they've got access to everything you own now. I don't know. I have read the whole thing yet about this. I don't know if this is. This person was able to get private keys. Which i highly doubt. Or if it wasn't okay. So he got he ain't using a contract so you've got access to so again goes back to my sane. Don't leave your money on exchanges. So if you don't leave your money and exchanges like me okay. I'm good so by having that ledger. Your your investment is safe. Yes so you don't have to worry. They've gotten and take it. I haven't checked right now. But yeah i would assume so because they don't have access to my private now. How does somebody get one of these letters for anybody that said okay. Maybe i'll go ahead and maybe you never know five years ago you decided to go ahead and take a jump and get yourself settling ledger. Dot com ledger dot com or a ledger. l. e. d. g. r. dot com. And and again it's a great way..

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

06:28 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"I'm trying to wear it. I'm eddie taylor you know. We were talking a lot about social media in that first segment but there is a situation that popped up in the last couple of weeks and the thing is you gotta feel great about it. But then you don't because then you worry about how is it going to be used and let's face it. We put ourselves out there sometimes. We don't put ourselves out there. We keep it on her devices and now apple is been talking about using technology to help find child. Predators are situations where kids have been put in a situation. They shouldn't be put in and for that you'll have to applaud it but for the other reason you have to be a little concerned Sean you you of brought this up and we were talking earlier during the pre show about this then what does it mean for users of ios devices. Well to preface this. I feel like. I'm the biggest advocate for apple in this group. I'm not gonna hide that. I know that there are some of you who did no never have And apple has in my opinion. Been big on privacy. And they kind of shook up the industry when they had apps in the app store gave the user the ability to stop those tracking you across other apps which was a great success in my opinion and it pissed off a handful of their vendors facebook and other people who lost probably millions of dollars in ad revenue potential. They lost access all that data. Correct so the debate currently now stems from an announcement apple made this past week. That says pretty much in theory. The adult idea is pretty simple. Apple wants to fight child sex-abuse. That's where they're going with this and who doesn't right. It's it's it's a worldwide issue. It's taking more steps to to get it to figure it out and stop it critics. Are i agree with this. Saying it's giving control over their iphones and leaving them. Reliant on apple's promises that it won't abuse the power to skin images you've uploaded cloud so they're not necessarily looking at devices photos and images that maybe on your devices but instead south that was uploaded to the cloud which is a part of your your apple account there are more than just the cloud features though right so the the biggest one is the. I cloud photos the new feature. Scans i cloud photo would to find child. Sexual abuse material or c. s. a. m. which is part of the national center for missing and exploited. Children that's just part of their databases online. They also have on it. A parental control option within i messages obscuring sexually explicit pictures for users under eighteen and sending parents an alert if a child twelve under views or sends sexually explicit material. Okay and then on top of that. Apple's search op ed. Siri if a user searches for topics related to child sex-abuse apple will direct them to resources for reporting it or getting help with And that's rolling out with iowa's routine you know. I think you look at any move. That accompany makes anytime they take. Step you have to wonder what really what precedent it's to be setting for the industry and you know we see. This is something that apple is is deciding to take head on. Would we see the same thing for android devices and some of the services from the other smartphone. makers you know. It's just one of those things that this is kind of opening setting a precedent for what other companies are going to decide is good for their user base. their user base will find acceptable. I think one of the concerns too is got to be somebody is hacked. We've always held people. Don't don't be sharing your your internet connection. And some people have done that before where they say their neighbor comes over and says yeh tie your your net. Because i can't afford the cable. So i'm gonna go ahead and if you don't mind i'll use your wifi well. We've always warned against that because of the problems if that person was to access Spicer not supposed to access that'll show up on your account. Believe it or not as being access to those those websites a can put you in a lot of trouble now. You have to think about well. What if what if somebody is hacked and this information gets on and it looks like it comes from your account. I mean somebody could basically be set up. And i'm not saying that. A great idea for them to be able to try and stem. This could be used against somebody in a wrong fashion. And i kind of wonder if privacy experts are kind of looking at that as as part of the problem right now you use. Google photos apple. I cloud whatever. It is pretty pretty confidence saying that. They're already scanning your photos for things is just. Maybe they're just now saying that. Oh yeah now. We're looking for this but they've always been scanning are photos. They've i mean he especially google photos. You know you get those. I get those things that you know. They're like hey we just wanted to remind you that eric has now four years old. And here's a look back. When he was a baby. Sit there wannacry cry. You're like oh and they always tall. They always call it how fast they grow up. And it's like great but they're scanning your photos to look for common things and they're going to present those to you or poor. They're going to some advertisers. Yeah i just had a thought what i think we we had. We had a test this out just in. What if we went out and we all took photos of cars go to car. Lots take photos of cars are getting asked for cars. I wonder would we start seeing ads for cars in margaret social media. Feeds unless you unless you literally put your phone. If you put your phone in airplane mode right it's still going to attract gps data. It's to correlate location. It's gonna find that. Hey you took this car lots. Let's start suing your car lot ads. It's all that information is aggregated put through algorithm. And some. you buy a used car lot. Let's give you used car ads and the information that the used car lot has may have. It's a hyundai dealer so now you're gonna get hyundai ads. Well i..

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"You do when you do take a step back though what are some of the things that somebody needs to pay attention to because we see these accounts that happened on on facebook that are still out there that suddenly have you know friends that get hacked and are used to hack others. I mean what are some of the things somebody should do. Does that mean they have to delete everything they have on facebook. Can they just close out an account. Can they take. I mean what what happens in this case. No i mean. I deactivated facebook right so it still exists and the one thing. That really frustrates me. As anytime i get logged out of my phone or messenger on my computer anytime i have have to log back in it. Reactivates what facebook. Oh now you could chain now. You could do that by changing your password and not doing that on your phone. So you change your password online. So then it won't it won't reactivate it because you're not logging in right but i start to log messenger anytime i've logged into messenger. Yeah i get logged out. Or i downloaded on my new computer. Or whatever or i put it on my a mac book or whatever it reactivates. Facebook doesn't tell you the reactivation facebook but it does. I mean if you're not checking. Facebook does it really matter to you then right but if it reactivates my facebook. I am now available to be searched. People can see me in their news. Feeds people can see me as friends. They might know things like that. If i have it deactivated you right now. If you go on facebook and you search for me you cannot find me right you can find me in messenger. But you can't find me on facebook unless it's activated again for some reason because i've been i changed boundaries words dot. Did you find him..

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"I don't even know. I mean i like the staff because i've never been to maui. So yeah it was a chance for me to say oh cool like you said nago myself but i was able to experience it and i care about you so it was like that. He's having a good time and that kind of thing that's the that. Yeah no i get that. And that's that's legit but like this is what facebook and other companies Correct me if i'm wrong. John or sean. But this is what they're banking on our quit using facebook probably about a month and a half two months ago i just i mean it's there i still kinda check it. Maybe once every few days. But i haven't kept up with any of it i mean i even uninstalled messenger Because i was just getting so much. I think during the lockdowns Everybody had too much time on their hands and they didn't know what to do with it and me being a as i've jokingly said i've lived my past thirty years as a as as veteran in the same kind of mental condition that everybody else was exposed to this last year so for change. I felt normal like everybody else's pinned up like me. Guess what. I didn't feel like a rabbit locked in a cage as much because no one was going out is so i sort of changed my mental perspective. About how i saw things because i realized i'm not the only one out here this kind of worried about life as a whole but my worries don't need to be shared with everybody in the perceptive ways that we were all doing this you know from media to every little thing. We were sharing that that even the fears and the anxieties and the the the things that we feel are helping us can actually exacerbate the problems bigger. Because then you got. Somebody else doesn't want to tell you. They're worried and then their word. So for me this past year in these past few weeks of allowed me to kind of step back and look this pictures a whole and i think the push that all of us are doing and i think we're sort of tying into it as well is this re reclamation of our own identities and social lives and how we present ourselves out there on social media. Did i really don't think that a lot of us like to be out here as much as we are They re there. Was that movie on the. I think it was net flicks. I want to say You know not too long ago called the social experiment right. So the dilemma are limited. Excuse me social social dilemma Where yeah you just kind of talked about how we've just become so addicted to social media all started really honestly you know people would people would just simply post the best things that are going on in their life. Which is kind of what you wanna share. I mean i'm not going to go on social media and be like. Oh i just got a huge argument. My wife you know blah blah blah. Some people do i. I know they do but for the most part. No you don't do that kind of stuff so like you post. The best stuff is happening your life but then that kind of changed us. They changed humans to the point. Where people like. I gotta be better than this next person. I've got a upload something even better and better and better and that's where this whole influence thing came from and people just constantly trying to one up each other or or if they can't up somebody they're just going to try to tear them down as keeping up with the joneses thing. That's that's how social media has like fractured and i don't wanna say destroyed yet but fractured the fabric of society. Yeah i'm wondering sean. You took a big step back for somebody that is going to do that. There might be somebody listening right now and we want you to visit our facebook page and twitter and all that but if.

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

04:03 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"Facebook live on facebook. Share share share everything. It's so you were compelled to everything you did you shared. Oh look at this great photo. I took yet you ever you ever ever look back in your feet and see what you posted like back in two thousand eight two thousand nine. Why was i posting that. I downloaded all of the data downloaded all the images. Everything so i can go back and anytime look at what. I uploaded to my facebook and october of two thousand seven. The most stupidest stuff. Like i'm meeting a jelly donut. But who cares point where. I felt that i wasn't creating content for myself. Yeah and sharing it to other people not enjoying it myself. I would go out and take photos over and then immediately come through crash at it and it gets out just other people will see them and they didn't enjoy it. Yeah yeah i get an when i when. I'm not on a a a mental block of need to get this uploaded right now so people can see it. I'm enjoying my art. Enjoy my photos and joining the process. Because i enjoy it. I've come to realize that. I don't care if other people joy it well. That's not. How hobbies are i'm doing it because i like it. Sure there are other people that are going to enjoy my hobby or get joy out of seeing my art work. But i'm not doing it for them. And i think that's a big takeaway for me was getting that mental energy back to myself rather than putting it out on instagram facebook twitter snapchat. Read it all these things all these places that mentally have a hold of you that says posted here. Yeah i mean. That's kind of what i felt when i was in maui this last week couple couple of your posts but yeah but like i bought this new product to take with me to record video for myself and i. It's a. It's a dj. I pocket to camera and dj. I is obviously well known for their drones but they're really known for their jimbo and so this is a gambled camera and it fits in the palm your hand it super small but it does four k. Video sixty frames a second does hd video at ten adp. It does a lot of things and it can do. Time lapse motion lapses. All these other crazy stuff. It can follow subjects. The most importantly is when you're recording it. It gives you that smooth. Hollywood feel you know because the kimball camera. So i would just turn it on and i will just be walking up and down the street just recording the street recording. What i'm seeing in maui. But then i started getting to the point. Where i'm like. Oh this would be a really cool social media post. I made a time lapse of this or this would be a cool social media. Post if i did a picture of this or to video of this and exactly what john was saying. It's like i found myself immediately going wait. Why am i doing this. Why why am. I making a post for somebody else to see us social media. I paid for this trip to come here to maui. I should be the one who enjoy it. Not everybody else yeah. I applauded a cool photos. And yes i i. I love the pocket to now that i've actually had a chance to use it. I found myself just then recording videos for myself. And i haven't gone through edited anything because i don't need to. I mean they're here. They're on this thing. So i don't need to be going crazy like sean said crash editing everything and uploading it to the to the web as soon as i can. Because heck if if you wanna go to maui and see simply go yourself like i'm there for me you know but i bet you memories though that you could share with you know eric. When he grows up and that stuff but i don't necessarily need to share it taller. My internet friends ninety percent of them..

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"And she's got on problem if she starts screaming and stuff and oh man says an. Eric is sitting every between the two of us. And we're like okay. Whatever and then you know. The attendant goes to turn around and leave and the lady just punches lisa seat and knocks ford again and so shouts out so then i stand up. I start yelling at the lady. Oh my god. I thought you would witness something. I didn't know you were in the middle of. Yeah yeah people had their. I look around your letters telephones on. I'm like yeah. come on. put them away. Put them away. You know it's like whatever but the lady ended up just calming down and was quite the of the flight. But i was just like. Wow i thought it'd be on the on the end of those. Can you being on the plane were that they duct tape the passenger into the chair. Oh yes i heard about that. Have you guys seen the viral video of the comic there. A there's a comic that did the story about what happened. Oh he's attitude and telling. The story is absolutely hilarious Which is one of those viral videos. That went on this past week after after all of that happened. But yeah no pretty bad stuff. I haven't seen that part. I've seen the video of the guy actually getting a duct tape to the seat. But yeah the comedy thing about that. Now the comedy commentary in so funny because the world is so small now with all of this all of these these viral videos. Now i mean it's you can't do anything without a video of it being captured because we all have our smartphones. You think about a fifteen years ago. The wasn't as common you know but now and now there are a the organizations that will pay for footage so they have the rights to put it online makes the money with ads. And you know there's so many platforms. Now that feature that i find most of the viral videos on twitter but i do know read it. Scott him you know. Snapchat got him Probably probably the big one is tick-tock. Take them as well. So it's been. Yeah i actually. I really like. I don't know john or sean. Do you guys use talk at all. Nope i had it for a period of time. And i didn't care. I mean the videos retaining but the more i used it the more i realized i just kept getting more and more things. We're not appealing to me. I started getting not. That women aren't appealing to right. But i started getting a lot more. Inappropriate talks started getting things that i started not caring about started getting more political things and i started getting just things that i just found distasteful. Got rid of tick-tock very interesting that caitlyn's to talk stream and my stream were completely different taylor based on what you're looking at. Yeah so. I don't know i didn't care for it. Then you had the whole issue with your tick-tock account to can you. I mean your feet. Yeah can reset the feed. No i joined to talk because of that. Everything he's complaining about. I joined to talk about more content for you to adjust i. This was also part of when i got rid of much other medias to right so it kind of just went into that bucket of things that i got rid of so i will. I will tell you something else for those listeners. That don't know. Sean did this while i go. You got rid of facebook. You got rid of most social media right. I got rid of almost every day. Read it. I can't say that i completely got rid of facebook because i use it too much to communicate with family that i just disabled it. Which still allows me to have access to messenger right so having accidents semester was too important for me because of family work contacts. Friends things like that. That was too much of a communication tool to not completely disabled to get rid of it. Instagram twitter linked in even linked tin. Really you got you got read it though. I do have read it..

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"Fifty bucks for a room. So that's not too bad considering vegas on a friday night on a friday night. Yeah so we got eric into bed. I went down and promptly lost about one hundred dollars no. I'm sorry. i shouldn't say that. I contributed to the vegas fund for about one hundred dollars in about fifteen minutes. And yeah and that's another thing too you can't you can't find any blackjack for like five or ten dollars anymore. Everything's fifteen dollars an are you kidding me. Well i asked. I asked him i asked you know one of the pit bosses. I'm like can. I put a five dollar ten dollar game and they'd literally laughed at me and they're like dude. It's a friday night. I'm like okay so again. Where can i find a ten dollar. And they're like maybe somewhere off the strip. And i'm like okay so you're telling me that everything on the strip right now is fifteen and up. He's like yeah. Fifteen is the lowest. Oh my gosh. I used to go and play the two dollar. Blackjack tables yeah oh yeah. Good luck yeah. No that's not gonna happen. Yes oh yeah know hundred bucks later is just like so cool vegas so many times. No big deal anymore. I went upstairs. Went to bed but we got back the next day from maui vegas. We had one of those situations that you normally would see on like live leak. You know with the passengers being unruly and happened to be the ladies sitting right behind my wife. Whoa like going on let me. She put her tray table down and right away put a tradable down and then proceeded to put all of her weight and sh some big a poorly would be lowered. Reportedly bigger big girl put oliver wait on the tray table to put her head down which knocked visas seat back and so she's like. Oh wow okay. We'll let me recline my seat. A little bit to give the lady a little bit more room in easy access when she did. The lady shoved the seat back into you know so knocked me afford spilling her drink. And she's like what the heck. So i got up and told the flight attendant about it flight attendant comes over and starts talking too late..

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"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"millo" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"This is such a welcome to another episode of talkradio. I mean detailer. I'm sean too. Weird on broadway. And i'm justin. We have the show that talks about computers. Technology get through it. Broadly the internet and sometimes other things blockchain or video games or whatever else is undermined or dice getaways to hawaii which Welcome back. You went to away. That's what i went to maui. Yeah yeah how was the. How was the trip. It was a good trip. Had a lot of fun Except for the last day we we ended up getting stranded in vegas on a way back. So we flew from from from denver to san jose. San jose to maui and then maui to las vegas las vegas the denver but on the way back we got the las vegas and the we were flying southwest delayed our plane delayed it again and then they just finally cancel it around. I want us around eight thirty or so. They cancelled it. They said that they were going to have another eleven. Forty five flight but with eric. I'm like i'm not gonna keep up that late. We're in an airport you know we're we're dirty were tired i said. Now we'll just we'll just re book so we ended up staying at the luxor for who's actually wasn't bad for a friday night and i know i get it. I don't luxor's one of the aging properties on the strip now and it's definitely showing its age. Is it really. Oh yeah yeah. he likes elixir. i'd love it too. I really do love the low. Well i know it's one of my favorite places and trust me. I went there when it was brand new to so you had to see like dang but it was only one hundred.

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Greenland Suspends Oil Exploration Because of Climate Change

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Greenland Suspends Oil Exploration Because of Climate Change

"The optics Greenland is suspending oil exploration because of climate change the left leaning government in Greenland which could be sitting on vast amounts of oil who decided to suspend oil exploration calling it a natural step because the oxy government takes the climate crisis seriously Millo has yet been found off Greenland which had I'm ditions the hydrocarbons would be crucial to help Greenlanders realize that long held dream of cutting the annual subsidy of around five hundred forty million dollars from Denmark the immediate government says the future does not lie in oil the future belongs to renewable energy I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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John Davis, Real Milli Vanilli Singer, Dead at 66

Dan Caplis

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

John Davis, Real Milli Vanilli Singer, Dead at 66

Was Elon Musks SNL Hosting Gig Cheugy?

The 3:59

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Was Elon Musks SNL Hosting Gig Cheugy?

"Elon. Musk hosted saturday night. Live this weekend full disclosure. I watched the opening monologue. And i watched the very first sketch jesse hospital and then i milli to because it started getting really crazy and i didn't waste my time but i know you soldiered on watched a vast vast majority of the show. So how was it. Yes so you know. This is kind of interesting moment. i think that on. Snl we're more used to seeing people from the entertainment industry you know assumed the mantle of host and so to have you mask as the sort of you know cultural figure in tech giant. Come on and i think give people a little bit more open. Look at his personality was was kind of interesting. He appeared in most of the sketches. He did a monologue. As kind of traditionally one does and yet did everything from play himself in a sketch to a play warrior l. And a bunch of other stuff in between so the is interesting. 'cause you you mentioned mostly hosts are entertainers comedians Tv movie actors and this is a tech exec Shows about the cult of personality. There i know there was some backlash ahead of the show. What he was announced and even some of the cast members of through a little shade atom. Tober what what that was like. Why was that backlash sure. So we know that elon. Musk no stranger to controversy. And in more recent times you know. He's kind of a provoked criticism and whatnot for some comments that he made regarding the vaccine. And so there was as you mentioned this kind of flap with multiple cast members Throwing shade him and other folks just kind of questioning the decision to this moment in time. Give such a broad platform to someone who had made these types of

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Golfer drowns while searching for ball at Florida country club

Dailycast News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Golfer drowns while searching for ball at Florida country club

"A florida golfer is believed to have drowned after falling into the golf club pond while looking for his lost ball sunday morning. Police say her. Millo jasmine's of lutz. Florida was playing golf with a friend at the eastlake woodland's country club in oldsmar. The pinellas county sheriff's office said in a news release sunday at about seven thirty seven. Am jasmine's teed off at whole number three and was last seen looking for his ball. Near the green jasmine's golf cart was parked on the cart path and his putter was found lying on the ground near the water. The sheriff's office

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"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

The Great Fail

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

"Duping them into a contract for lip synching. They felt like victims to after all fairy in headstrong them along promising their chance to really sing one day in nineteen ninety three they released the self titled comeback album however it was a total flop and police to a dark place struggling with the constant overwhelming negative attention of the group. His depression led to drug abuse and alcohol abuse which in turn led to problems with the law breaking and entering and assault and jail time. The tailspin finally ended in tragedy in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight when police died of a drug overdose in his hotel room. In germany he was thirty three years old. He had gone back to germany. Because frank said let me help you. I will help you get back on your feet. I will help you do something musically and he was rehab and he drink with his rehab medication and he inadvertently killed himself. I honestly don't believe that was his intention. But when he wasn't answering a wanna say was frank office frank calling him and then they had a break down the door to go in and see what happened millie. Vanilla downfall is an example of what could happen in industries. That are dominated by the powerful a select. Few who are considered untouchable. Some people suffered from this tragic fall while others. More specifically ferry in though the main architect and mastermind came out unscathed. Instead more of an impetus were framed as the villains left to take the fall for ferrying plan. The two weren't without blame but they weren't the only ones who deserve to take all the heat and things got even murkier when you look back now at helping started ferrying went and found two people living in poverty and took advantage of their desperation now. How many of us can honestly say that. We wouldn't have signed the contract if we were in there shoes. It's called money you not much money. The first album made i think seven hundred million in nineteen eighty nine. We sold forty six million records in the year and a half forty six million records in nineteen eighty nine. That's some people's lifetime career is eighty million. We saw forty six and a year and a half and that talks that kind of money. Talk this is more than a failure of discovered fraud in many ways. Milli vanilla story shines a light on. How inequitable distribution of power and money can create an environment or something. Like this can happen frank. Ferrying had influence and money. Rob police fab. Morvan did not but aside from that. Let's be honest pop. Music has always been manufactured. Artists have always been producing assembled for entertainment purposes. It's not a new trend. This formula has been around for ages. But when you combine greed with desire it will almost always end poorly farrington's greed for for money more than mp elitists desire for fame. This type of drive runs. Industries makes for great successes but explosive failures and with every great failure. There is always a fall guy special. Thanks to jody wacko. The original member of millie bonilla for sharing her commentary and experience on working with the band. And thank you for tuning in to this week's great fail. Please make sure to visit our website at the great fail dot com for behind the scene audio and video footage. If you like these episodes and wants to continue bring you more. Please subscribe to our newsletter because well not connecting with you would be our great fail lawyer at it simply tell friend about the show that would help us out to the research on each episode is extensive but none of them would be possible without the tireless efforts of researchers writers reporters. They are all credited on the great fill dot com under our show notes. Lastly you can connect with us on facebook twitter and instagram. At the great failed pod and please subscribe rate review this time on itunes to show your support. We'll be back in two weeks with a brand new episode and remember folks with great failure comes great liability..

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"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

The Great Fail

14:41 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

"Never wanted to be a part of it and she's please come down. Please help me frankfurt. i lived in the door. I said okay. So i go down. And we're infringing ferrying studio right outside of frankfurt and a little town called rosbach and we're doing these week dickey leslie broadway like backing vocals and he. He's listening to this new said girls your lunch break. You guys want to come over and do something for me. And i told my sister got. I hope it's not often. I love us. Because he's a german producer very very well known sold millions and millions and millions of records on. Am you name it. The guy was very famous and of course. We're cracking up laughing and we get the studio. And what does he want us to sing. Ooh i love you. And i thought oh my god. I'm going to kill. Jodie and linda took twenty minutes to record the backup vocals on that song. By that point ferrying had the song and the name now all he needed was a face that he can bring to the stands. The single done then fact the cover to the single had no picture and the reason. The group was millie. Vanilla was because frank's girlfriend ingrid who is also the in the studio all the time when we were in the studio frankfurt. Her nickname was millie and he used to call him though even so he named the group meli vanilla but there was no group when girl you know it's too came out. We recorded this some time in march. I think it came out. In june or july was a huge summer kid was on all the hit parade and all the different countries in europe and south america and it was just a huge summer hit in october. Frank invited us to come back in the studio and when we came back in the studio he showed us pictures and said guys. Do you think would be the best infringing group and we thought you know. I knew rob because he used to dance to my shows he used to be one of my backup dancers. If i was doing. Tv or something. like that. in munich. I didn't know who for greece was but they were too good looking boys. And it's like okay. Yeah they'll work now. Fairing was already a well known producer albeit one with a bit of shady track record. He had garnered success earlier with a previous group. He managed called boney. M which was fronted by four caribbean singers. They were extremely successful. Only for the world to discover later on that it was ferrying himself who sang on the tracks and by later i mean twenty five years later. You see ferry knew how important image was in the entertainment industry. And so when he spotted fab mormon and rob pilatus. Everything clicked for him for more than pilatus. The opportunity was like hitting the jackpot. Both men were young attractive. Hungry both were living in housing projects. Dancing at nightclubs in munich and modeling. Also even stealing food to get by ferrying came along and offered them four thousand dollars which was enough to pay all of their bills and a little bit more. The contract was signed. Emily vanilla became official and with the of this first. Single fair started. Speaking to clive davis from aristotle records it was all lining up perfectly except for minor detail. Which was that. Both more of an police didn't sing note very common. In europe to have other people have really good looking people. I should say. I mean brad and john bradley's an maybe late forties but retired. Gi sang with. John davis just not your gt. Cover guys franklin wanted. Somebody you know fresh. No one ever expected this to be so huge. No one the ghost singers which included jody were shocked. The first time police and more showed up at the ten million dollar studio because instead of singing more of and police went down to the basement pool to hang out for hours instead of working like everyone else but interestingly enough more of an elitist cleaned leader but they had always asked ferrying if they would be able to sing and he always kick the can further down the road. If you're wondering just how difficult or easy. It was to pull something like this off. This type of deception here are a few things that fairy did to cover their tracks number one. He made sure to keep jodie rocco and the rest of the real singers far away as possible from police and morvan number two. He would bring the ghost singers into the studio late at night. After 'paparazzi snapped all the photos of more and police working in studio during the day and number three no one from the label was ever able to travel with the band's because ferry insisted they needed to retain their creative direction and perhaps they would have been able to pull all this off a little bit longer. Had it not been for the mtv tour aside from that though other suspicions were starting to emerge but before we get into that a quick word from our sponsors. Today's episode is sponsored by skill share. Or he stuck on holiday shopping. This holiday season give a gift that means so much more. Why not make your own handmade gifts. With one of skill shares online classes skill share is an online learning community for creatives and curious people who wanted to dabble or master skill. They offer a combination video lessons class. Projects and most classes are under sixty minutes. Best of all fits your schedule or skill level of just about any topic. 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Licensed counselors who are trained to listen and connect with you in a safe private online environments. It's not self help. This isn't a crisis line. It's professional counseling at your fingertips. Fill out a questionnaire specific to your needs and get matched with a counselor in just twenty four hours and then secure video phone sessions plus unlimited messages. It's confidential it's easy it's affordable as a listener. You'll get ten percent off your first month by visiting our sponsor at better help dot com slash. The great fail to win the one million people who have taken charge of their mental health again. Better help h. e. l. p. dot com slash. The great fail the. Nc tour had put a strain on the band's ruse there were other suspicions emerging an executive with mtv. beth. Mccarthy miller was starting to suspect foul play after the band did their first interview with the channel they're thick accents and limited command of the english language raise eyebrows around how they were able to sounds so different on the record for instance police would pronounce a sentence. Like i miss you to sound like i need you. And yet they could sing their lyrics without any hint of accents. Despite that however at the fans gave little credence naysayers and over time it seemed like the line between truth and lies were becoming so blurred them more of an elitist as reality in judgment chew. Were getting to be hazy and now keep in mind. We were already going back in. The studio boys flew over on the same plane. That i was on because i had moved back for las vegas in one thousand nine hundred and october of that year. I went back to germany with the boys. I'm playing four visual. Pr purposes to record and they would come in late at night. There was a pool in the basement of the of the studio. It was a ten million dollars studio when most studios cost a million to build. It was one of the first of its kind digital studios in germany in europe in fact far studios and the boys would come in at night because we're photographers and the press were everywhere. They an outside studio. But i never sing a note. Not even now half note during an interview with time magazine. Police was quoted saying we are more musically talented than bob dylan musically. We are more talented than a paul mccartney a really bold statement for someone who never sang note leader more of an asserted that that quote was taken out of context by the magazine and likely compounded by his former bandmates poor english and behind the veil. Jody was getting paid to deceive the world but not as much as the faces of the band. And as millie vanilla got bigger she felt like the treatment from ferry and became harsher and harsher. It was it was absolutely awful. It was it was horrible. That's why when we did the second album in october. When i came back and frank was trying to finagle with us how much money he was gonna pay us after he gave his boys. A couple of million as a bonus. Brad and john gave him a huge bonus. And we got two thousand marks a couple platinum records. Yeah that's doesn't pay my rent. So when we frank was paying us he gave us a check and i said that is not gonna work. You're going to have to think a little bit harder because this is an insult. Now keep in mind. This is one of the most powerful men in the music industry in the world. Not just some fly by night german producer. He said well. I'll tell you what i'll give you more money gonna burn the master tapes. And i said you're the one who has to answer to quite davison ariza records coca cola the sponsors of this record not me i go home and buy a car from me and my husband. What you do with your master tapes. That's your business. It'd be foolish. Move because well i could have gotten any. I could have gotten any black singer. From england aperture didn't get to white girls from cleveland. Says she picked up the phone and decided to drop a bomb. Shell i called. Cvs in las vegas. And i should have a story for you. I said i'm one of the original singers familiar knowing a hung up on me so i called them back now. Living in vegas. And i said please don't hang up. My name's jodie rocco. I'm one of the original singers. Melissa nelly and i have a story for you and they listened to me and hit the press the next day ferrying the marketing genius strategists that he was took control of the situation by calling his own press conference. Of course frank burien when he says i'm going to hold a press conference about we've anneli has a little bit more credibility than jodi from vegas. You know what i'm saying. It's a little bit different when you have that kind of public figure especially you know. There was no social media. It was today. He'd be dead in the water. He wouldn't have a chance cell phones pictures videos. You name it except he turned around and did something that no one expected. He immediately turned around hired an eighteen year. Old girl said she's the original singer because we just come back from germany. During the second album it was completely produced already. It was done mixed produced mastered the whole bit. Gets this eighteen year old singer. A black guy with a braids and says now. This is the real group right here and put brad john this eighteen year old girl this other guy and said though real milli vanilla and i whoever would listen to me. I had a conversation with them. I called every radio station. I call every newspaper. I did every interview. I possibly couldn't said this person. These people had nothing at all to do with us and when he decided to do the real milli. Vanilli is people. Call my people so to say and said do head shots get professional head shots done. We're gonna do the real milli vanilli and have you brad. John and linda and we're going to have this group another life never happened. The ending was big and theatrical colitis and more return their grammy ariza drop them and deleted milli vanilli entirely from their music catalog angry fans demanded refunds and also filed a class action lawsuit against the band's alleging fraud just as quick as they became an overnight sensation. Milli vanilli went down hard. Becoming one of the most notorious scandals in music history the years afterwards were plagued by mudslinging putting the blame on everything but the rain with marvin and politis accusing ferrying of.

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"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

The Great Fail

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

"Nineteen ninety when fab morvan than rob police were first introduced to the music world they rose to fame almost instantly with their godlike bodies model good looks and the ability to rock the stage by rocking i'm referring to them gyrating and that single footage sideways move a staple of there's their first song drill. You know it's true. Came out in march of one thousand nine hundred and nine and altogether. The band had five.

"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

The Great Fail

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on The Great Fail

"A qualcomm we believe in staying connected and you can see us wherever five g is helping transform telemedicine supporting remote education empowering mobile. Pc's the invention ages here. Learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age support for this podcast comes from goldman sachs through launch with gs a five hundred million dollar investment strategy grounded in the belief that teams with diverse leadership drives stronger returns goldman sachs remains committed to facilitating connections and increasing access to capital for women. Black latino and other diverse entrepreneurs learn more at gs dot com slash launch with g. s. This will be our last episode for twenty twenty. It's been a really strange year just to say the least but we're looking forward to what the new year twenty twenty one will bring. And so i'm wishing you all a wonderful holiday. May you stay warm blessed and healthy this year. I have only one thing on my christmas list. Which is the continued support. And help of all you great listeners. Out there if you can please rate and review the podcast. That would be an amazing gift to us. And if you're really feeling generous please give the gift of sharing. The great fell podcast with your friends and family. Thank you for all your support. In the new year. We will return on january thirteenth with our regularly scheduled program. The boys would come in at the pick of night because we're photographers. And the press were everywhere because they never sing and note. Welcome to episode. Twenty four of the great fail a podcast that examines the greatest success. Stories and they're spectacular fails would lead to the demise of the most prolific people brands and companies. I am your host. Deborah chen and this week we'll be looking at milli vanilla. It was one of the hottest music events of the year. Mtv had just launched their first club mtv tour featuring some of the hottest musical acts on the planet including information society. Paula abdul and tone lok. The concert was hosted by downtown julie. Brown and in the crowd eighty thousand screaming. Fans were all waiting to see the headliner german. Dance pop group. Milli vanilli a year prior military. Nilly had released their single girl. You know it's true which peaked at number one on the german singles chart and stayed on the us billboard. Hot one hundred for twenty six weeks straight. The crowd went into a frenzy as fad. More van and rob police. The members of the band stepped onto the stage in their black and white spandex and signature braids dazzling the crowd. They perform the very song that took the world by storm captivating just about anyone watching and danced and sang with undeniable charisma as they had done so for many months but just as the song was about to get to the hook. Something devastating occurred a hard drive. Issue the track to jam and skip repeatedly playing a partial lyric over and over again. Sounding something like this girl. You know it's girl you know it's girl you know it's both more urban and politis continued to pretend to sing and dance but only four few minutes before one of them colitis panicked and ran off stage. That was the summer of one thousand. Nine hundred eighty nine and this event would become one of the biggest music scandals in history. Welcome to the story of. Nellie topping the charts in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight blacklisted..

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"millo" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on Ghost Town

"To be. I would say so you know. I had the power of hindsight happened and people artist really great artists lips. Inking is not new. It's it's short. The artists are like. Why do i have to lip sync. And they're just like we. We're it's television -veloping like we're prevent. We're presenting entertainment. We don't want any snags. We want to see you sing songs. And then it's also not odd for people are gonna music video. If they replaced somebody sure to think of a. Nobody's going to care. But i can think of examples of that. I think what they're doing. Now this is the person that's going to be taken this place. They had people singing that part. Because that's was re recorded. So i think none of those things are new. And if you look up. Ashley some senate. Snl how totally. Same exacting granted she. For better worse i mean. She's finding with their sang her song at least in the studio with yeah with all that came with it. It seems like these two guys. I mean you know is easy to bag on them and you know a lot of us did but when you hear the story about just two people that got caught up in something. I don't think they were out to hurt anybody. Do you think they knew though initially that they weren't gonna sing anything. I'm sure they probably wanted to because who doesn't want to do the whole thing but they're just like it's like having a ghost writer But putting your name on it. Yeah but they had nothing. It's not even. They came up with anything but to give them credit. You could say well. They didn't sing the songs i guarantee you. If they had the people they had sing it. And i'm just speculating and didn't pack to the same way. No one would have cared. Swab really took the vehicle of that to make it work and they look kind like twins. It was very interesting. Kind of duo. And i don't know. I think people care. They don't think they really cared that much. Because it's not like nobody was just like really just so important so influential to so many other artists it was you know it was it. Pop music on pop music. That's the thing too. It's like also pop. Music isn't really about the vocals. Like i bet. They went on tour and worked their asses off against in fucking. Did all that shit. It's not like they got paid in for nothing. And i'm sure the remember the i remember them making another and kind of trying to live a little comeback in that sense and you know. Yeah it's it's it's not gonna work and they were just trying to sound not horrible but you if you're going to compare herself to the professionals in the studio which everyone knew and loved i remember you could. I think there was a class action suit. Maybe where you can return the cd or whatever it is you bought and collected on on some kind of small number but it was really tragic and there's a lot of things in history about people that didn't write throw music or play their own insurance. We talk about the the monkeys or even the beach boys in some respects even like famous like michelangelo having painting assistance. That painted like these Artists have these people that do the work for them in a lot of different respects. You hear rebecca voice and you've seen pictures but those are models. Yeah that you're seeing this voice can't be as hot as what you see or can it..

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Interview With Petter Kukkonen

Physical Activity Researcher

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Petter Kukkonen

"But so in ancient world we we cannot understand it without mentioning religion but we also cannot understand that without mentioning sophy and you are mentioning that our our hero of the of the story echoes. He lived at the same time as plato and aristotle and and you also have the scenes in your book where where these philosophers appear so would be exciting. You maybe share a little bit about those Those storylines in in the book before olympic games. Cenovate thirty on just Too which was the blaze were. Lotto's gymnasium was located on. They had them exhibition resting much. First alex against the abuse and then what was one of spectators and then he wanted to challenge alex unbuckle. He had a history of of competing in investing in infinite. Nothing olympic games but fee of this highly respected games in increase. So he was in real life also released. Strong restaurant denied. He was already sixty Sixty three years old so they they are they are having frosting matz with Afterwards having some wine. And i'm talking. I didn't bring any new philosophy of some kind of maine lies about his thinking. And then there's so so obvious double in young who'd think there are dates of seventeen or sixteen elected sixty couple of couple of years older than On spending about a pin. Im seven days long. Local mocha pick festival in offense. They're spending like going just the other an underground With wine about philosophy and so roaches or encounters with those two big names. And yeah you mentioned that. You didn't want to go into detail about the philosophy of plato aristotle. But i think it's quite a nice way of kind of tying in those historical figures which brings to the question that i didn't remember to ask yet was that did you have a character. All my historical character dot you draw inspiration from when you are building your your character aliko stories. He like a combination of different stories and sources. Or how how did you. How did he come to be as he is. He's for cirque combination of of different ideas. That are there must be bark of me. Thinking there is part of fiction My biggest hero in Cup all the up. His character person. I would say i have copied a face. He's characters he used in east books. So it's gonna fly combination of these three things. Yeah do we have any any stories that we have available about the athletes of those times. Do we have any sources about we know generally about sports than we know generally about the olympics but do we have any in his threes of those athletes. Who actually doing we do. Have something mostly bow. Stories out you know for some kremlin of millo. lexi's time a little bit cleaner. Howdy highly. it was like the cow in his shoulder and carried it for. I don't know thin stadiums and then drinking litres of wine after up on a leave some some rocks which sweater the weight of seven men at the start being reimbursing the time aura results in that time so interesting to compare results of Weekend we can do it just like fun. Sixers really absolute up spot At the start dates of or eight years something continued to adults for the mandela for fifty years old and For example tennessee. Something about pope sparked story about the guinness. He was a boxer and then also doing bankrupt and bunker weakened call. It's kind of a free fight. Which bills have the time. So he won't doing he sport cab your own or over. The only the big he had was due at one thousand four hundred together so if fast it's If he had liked wendy years don't carrier he had only hit the seventh beat the rockies three year so that was some kind of picture how how much they look a beating so totally professional athletes. Who train and then. They just pat time hopefully folk going for one competition to other. We must remember governor blames. Our cars drives up to use shapes. Our image travel hiked by themselves from from the states to another disincentive.

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"millo" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

The Here for Her Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"millo" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

"Welcome Meli. Were so excited to have you on the hair for her. Podcast welcome. We can't wait to take on your story. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you doing over in quarantine? How how are you dealing with everything on your end? You're you're expecting so that adds extra thirty seven weeks pregnant so but you know what I'm doing pretty well good like I'm tired. I've got the regular aches and pains of Third Trimester yet but overall. I think I'm in a pretty great position like I feel privileged to be actually incorporated with my in laws recently moved into their basement. So I feel that's actually really beneficial to have extra sets his around when I need you taking on over. Yes pretty good. I mean I is relieved. Made a like a mind soul decision. Intentional choice to start my days off in a certain way to get my mindset rate so that I am not coming as many days So let tell us a little bit about this. So this is a five. Am Club rights even waking up a little bit early each day. An interesting thing to do. When you're expecting you probably want all the sleep you can but I love this. Tell us a little bit more. What what this is about. Yeah I had a conversation with myself about it because I was getting a little snippy and resentful at the fact that I didn't have as much control over my day and I'm sure a lot of feel that way but Being risk again my in laws and having my son Emma has been hall. You know none of us are getting any alone. Time like we normally would And having no space in the day for me to do the things that I usually like to do like journal or wrong not that I was meditating every day or I am now so I just decided you know. I like to go to bed early. So why don't you just go to bed? Another half hour earlier usually not doing anything except for binge watching Netflix at that time. Right So just cut it at second episode and go to bed and Wake up I usually wake up about five. Twenty five thirty not everyday works out because my son's early riser. Twos some days. He'll get up blake today. He got up at five thirty so I didn't actually get to do anything but that's case just one day. Most days I get at least fifteen twenty minutes to myself sometimes to forty five minutes. So I'll do my ten minute meditation. I'll do my gratitude journaling and you know my goal setting sort of mindset work or sometimes go read a book or just whatever. I WANNA do in that time. Just Nice quiet time for me which is really helped me with my ability to have more patients than Less reactivity I guess I love this so much. You're speaking to my heart. Because I'm an early riser. And at first it was so incredibly painful but now I find like that's my time to kind of set intentions for the day on my do my journaling similarily. Probably to what you do. And Oh my gosh when the house is quiet and you know you get downstairs and you can see the sunrise. There's really something so powerful in that. I love that. Yeah Yeah I was skeptical about it. I you know I kind of the thing that I thought it was about was increased productivity yet. But it's not really I mean that is one of the effects of it but it's it's really more so about taking charge of your morning which sets the tone for your day right you had is and I feel like You it's true when you have kids especially you're not in control of your day like flies like that before you know it. It's like two. Pm You're like Oh my God. I haven't even eat lunch because I've been so busy taking care of everyone else just having that time where that is your time. Is the kids go to bed? It's just not you just don't have the energy and you're not in the same like Oh yeah totally to do those things so not yet when the kids go to bed. It's like lights. It's it's I'm useless. My brain is useless and we talked about you about like creating great habits and habit stacking wherever you want to add a new habit at it into somewhere you know you're going to be productive so you know every day you're going to brush your teeth you know every day you're gonNA do your face routine with skin care so add whatever new practice you want during those

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Milli Fox: Learning self-worth

The Here for Her Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Milli Fox: Learning self-worth

"Welcome Meli. Were so excited to have you on the hair for her. Podcast welcome. We can't wait to take on your story. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you doing over in quarantine? How how are you dealing with everything on your end? You're you're expecting so that adds extra thirty seven weeks pregnant so but you know what I'm doing pretty well good like I'm tired. I've got the regular aches and pains of Third Trimester yet but overall. I think I'm in a pretty great position like I feel privileged to be actually incorporated with my in laws recently moved into their basement. So I feel that's actually really beneficial to have extra sets his around when I need you taking on over. Yes pretty good. I mean I is relieved. Made a like a mind soul decision. Intentional choice to start my days off in a certain way to get my mindset rate so that I am not coming as many days So let tell us a little bit about this. So this is a five. Am Club rights even waking up a little bit early each day. An interesting thing to do. When you're expecting you probably want all the sleep you can but I love this. Tell us a little bit more. What what this is about. Yeah I had a conversation with myself about it because I was getting a little snippy and resentful at the fact that I didn't have as much control over my day and I'm sure a lot of feel that way but Being risk again my in laws and having my son Emma has been hall. You know none of us are getting any alone. Time like we normally would And having no space in the day for me to do the things that I usually like to do like journal or wrong not that I was meditating every day or I am now so I just decided you know. I like to go to bed early. So why don't you just go to bed? Another half hour earlier usually not doing anything except for binge watching Netflix at that time. Right So just cut it at second episode and go to bed and Wake up I usually wake up about five. Twenty five thirty not everyday works out because my son's early riser. Twos some days. He'll get up blake today. He got up at five thirty so I didn't actually get to do anything but that's case just one day. Most days I get at least fifteen twenty minutes to myself sometimes to forty five minutes. So I'll do my ten minute meditation. I'll do my gratitude journaling and you know my goal setting sort of mindset work or sometimes go read a book or just whatever. I WANNA do in that time. Just Nice quiet time for me which is really helped me with my ability to have more patients than Less reactivity I guess I love this so much. You're speaking to my heart. Because I'm an early riser. And at first it was so incredibly painful but now I find like that's my time to kind of set intentions for the day on my do my journaling similarily. Probably to what you do. And Oh my gosh when the house is quiet and you know you get downstairs and you can see the sunrise. There's really something so powerful in that. I love that. Yeah Yeah I was skeptical about it. I you know I kind of the thing that I thought it was about was increased productivity yet. But it's not really I mean that is one of the effects of it but it's it's really more so about taking charge of your morning which sets the tone for your day right you had is and I feel like You it's true when you have kids especially you're not in control of your day like flies like that before you know it. It's like two. Pm You're like Oh my God. I haven't even eat lunch because I've been so busy taking care of everyone else just having that time where that is your time. Is the kids go to bed? It's just not you just don't have the energy and you're not in the same like Oh yeah totally to do those things so not yet when the kids go to bed. It's like lights. It's it's I'm useless. My brain is useless and we talked about you about like creating great habits and habit stacking wherever you want to add a new habit at it into somewhere you know you're going to be productive so you know every day you're going to brush your teeth you know every day you're gonNA do your face routine with skin care so add whatever new practice you want during those

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The Elephant's Dilemma

Stories Podcast

10:58 min | 2 years ago

The Elephant's Dilemma

"Once upon a time there was a mean. Old Man named Mr Price who owned a zoo at least he called it a zoo but that was too glamorous in reality it was just a small collection of sad animals once he'd had big crowds watching his tigers and lions and colorful exotic birds but those animals were gone and the crowds went with them. Now it was just Mr Price. A handful of abandoned huts and little millie. The old man yelled every morning throwing out a bucket of half rotten vegetables time for breakfast. Little Millie was an elephant and despite what he called her she was anything but little. Oh Boy oh boy she'd say gobbling every last wilted bite breakfast and then she dig in her long trunk wagging happily little. Millie had gotten the name back when the zoo was thriving old. Mr Price had brought her. In when she was no more than a calf. She'd spent her early days tied to a heavy iron stake in the ground. A long rope looped about her thick neck the old man would bring guests around to pat her for a dollar a piece at I milli had tried to pull her way free but she was only a little thing and hadn't been able to move the heavy iron stake. The rope would go tight on her neck and she'd poll and pull but nothing would happen. It was terrible so eventually she just stopped trying but that was in the old days when the zoo still had guests and animals. Now it was just. Millie and the visitors were few and far between and old Mr Price. Never a nice man was now absolutely nasty. You useless mangy brute. He'd started saying some nights throwing food haphazardly at her feet. If you were more interesting maybe we'd have some business. The mean words. Were only a part of it. He started to feed her when he felt like it. Watered her even less and just generally didn't seem to care. He spent almost all his time in his little log. Cabin all shut away. He got so careless that one night he forgot to latch the fence to the zoo and later when the moon was shining the door swung open creaking slightly in the dark Hello set a one eyed Fox peering cautiously past the open door. His coat was rich and read his is young and curious and his dark whiskers bobbed in the moonlight. The gate was open. He said to me. I saw you all alone here in the yard and thought you looked bored. I'm sow you WANNA come to dinner with me. And my friends Millie's heart sword. It had been years since the last animal left and Mr Price was terrible company. A dinner sounded like just the thing. Well I'd love to little. Mealy said then looked sadly at the rope and the Iron Spike. How do I escape though? She asked even all these years later. She was still tied to that. Same iron stake in the ground. Of course she'd grown a lot since then now she was easily ten feet tall and nearly ten thousand pounds but little. Millie didn't seem to realize that in her mind she was still that same week. Little Baby Calf. Just pull out. The steak said the Fox ears twitching. You're so big he can't keep you here. I tried to pull out the steak. Said Milly thinking about all those attempts all those years ago. It doesn't work. It didn't work sal corrected. You're different now. If all that's holding you is that rope. You could escape anytime you wanted little. Millie thought about trying to escape into the forest and then she remembered being young how the rope would go tighter and tighter on her neck how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. She couldn't bear to live through that again. I can't do it. She said. I just can't are you. Sure ask how we're going to play freeze tag in the trees high. Bet Your trunk would be good for tagging little. Millie side a big breeze from her leathery lips. She knew her trunk would be great for tagging. But I can't break free. She said I'm sorry. It really looks like you could sal said well. I can't Milley said stamping her giant foot. The Fox shrugged and disappeared into the night suit yourself. He called over his shoulder. Maybe next time it turned out next was only a few nights later old. Mr Price left the gate open again and the Fox slipped back inside the old zoo this time. He had a strange horse with him. All striped black and white. This is the elephant. I was telling you about South said Hey Elephant. This is my friends stripes. Milly jumped to her feet. Her annoyance with sal had faded over the last couple of days and she was once again. Happy for the company. Mr Price was getting worse feeding her less than just sitting in his log. Cabin yelling at her out the window. Hey there she called back high stripes. My name is millie. Thanks for coming to visit. I used to live here. I'm a zebra stripes back before your time. I escaped into the woods and now I'm a living free when South told me about. You all tied up here. I thought I'd come to invite you to dinner so you can see what it's like. Well if he told you about me being all tied up said Milly in a huff then you know I can't leave. Sal and stripes blinked at her but come on said stripes. It's just a tiny rural. Bend a little stake in the ground. Your literally the biggest animal I've ever seen. Well Milly thought about it. She took a step and then another. Maybe I can do it. She thought maybe I can break free. Then the rope ran out and she felt it go tight on her neck in her mind. It just kept getting tighter and tighter. She remembered how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. I can't she said softly stopping in her tracks. I tried and I just can't I think you could. Sal said yes. We believe in you said stripes. I told you I can't go. She snapped the Fox and Zebra looked at each other. All right then if you say so. They walked back into the woods. And Millie was all alone. She was annoyed with them for bothering her when they knew she couldn't get herself free like last time. Though her annoyance faded over the next few days soon she was hungry for company again. It didn't help that. Mr Price was getting worse and worse. He never even bothered to leave his log cabin to feed her these days. He would just yell at her and throw old scraps through the window. Milly was starting think it was time to leave. She got her chance a few nights later when Mr Price left the zoo gate open again this time. Millie was thrilled to see sal and stripes again and a sleek Brown Fisher. Cat slunk along beside them. Hi Millie Sal called. This is our friend L. The Fisher cat. Hello Milli said L. I've never met an elephant before I've never met a Fisher cat before. Do you want to be friends? He said Milly laughing. We're all friends. Said Sal smiling. Yes said stripes. That's why it's time you get out of this awful zoo. Come on where here to invite you to dinner. Milly grown to herself. She was finally making friends and they had food. The big elephant felt her belly rumble. Oh food old. Mr Price wasn't always so accurate when he threw her meals out the window. So some suppers milly just missed. I WANNA go. Millie said I really do so? Come on said L. That's just a tiny little rope and your giant. You totally just walk away. Milly felt tears rushed to her. Is She wanted friends? She didn't want to be stuck to be yelled at and tied down. But what choice did she have even thinking about it? She could feel the rope heavy on her neck in her mind. She remembered it getting tighter and tighter. She imagined how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. She imagined how she'd fail. I can't she said I've tried. Maybe tried when you were little said L. But look at you. Look how you've grown you can do different things now. I'm sorry said Sal. But Millie the only thing holding you back is you. Millie felt her heart thumping in her chest. She felt tear sting at her is. Why did they have to bring this up again? Couldn't they see she was trapped? You don't get it. She said her. Long trunk thrashing. Just go leave me alone. Milley said stripes. We are just trying to help. Just go she trumpeted and they all stopped and then they turned and they went.

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A Shipping Container That Is Actually a Huge 3D Printer?

3D Printing Today

05:19 min | 2 years ago

A Shipping Container That Is Actually a Huge 3D Printer?

"There's an interesting news story. came out a little while ago that on the surface. It doesn't seem like all that big a deal but I thought it was really interesting. It's really two different companies. He's coming together and integrating into a system that will allow the capability to take a basically a factory in a box and take it anywhere in the world and produce a relatively large scale. Object or objects Utilizing the integration with the manufacturing software remotely so they basically this company mill the pronounce Mili Mille by M. I L L E Milli bought now now the story about Milly bought. They came out a couple of years ago there was no photographs graphs of what they were talking about. It was like this pie in the sky idea to put a large-scale. FDM three printer inside a looks. Like a container. Hainer see cargo contest. See cargo container and and finally. They're showing US photographs in this article of how they actually did it. And it looks pretty impressive. Basically basically it's it's The the printer takes up almost the entire container. It opens up on a sideways door and in partnering with of the Three D. Printer. Os The you. Could you could send your factory to the location. And then send send the parts to the printer which then is generated where it's needed And I see the value in having to do that in in like emergencies If you have a particular part that's so large that has to be printed to certain specifications on this type of machine and you got a question. Just how many parts do really well really do that with mum. I really really don't know but it's a pretty large printer. It shows a helicopter. And you gotta wonder what's three printed on that helicopter I. I'm not sure about the the the helicopter being there. That seems like a very bad idea at three Bernie chopped or parts. I think you look at it and you. You think maybe they're just three D. printing the seat. I don't if you if you look at the last picture in the article. Looks like the the tail on the helicopter is now three. D. Printed did not know about that and that really bad. I'm not familiar with that design of helicopter psych. I couldn't really tell you what it it's very small appears to have an open cockpit so it's like a small experimental helicopter wouldn't get me in that hell and now the three deeper detail. No but yeah I think. The the idea of a building. Large format printer inside a seat cargo container or is brilliant. Because you've basically got this large you know. Relatively accurate fabrication steel box. Yeah that Tom In America. At least I'm not sure where where they're based but in America. Because of the the trade imbalance we have with China released till very recently had with China there's so many seekonk containers that end up on American shore that there's nothing for us to put in them and ship them back to China so you can get them incredibly basically as you can get them for scrap price basically now And so you know in in terms of having a enclosure enclosure for three D. Printer of that size. That's the cheapest thing you can you can get. I mean there's people building houses out of them because they're so cheap you just you just press pressed a button how that hurts us. You know we're in California and There's a lot of homeless here. Sure there's homeless here because it's it's expensive to live here and a lot of people from a lot of other places. Come here because the weather is more amenable. When you don't have a roof over your head sure and and the cargo containers modified into housing units would be a good solution? I would be a great solution of things that they're good enough for hipsters. But are they A. Are they good enough for homeless people. I mean that's the question but But yeah it takes a lot to to make it into a good living unit. You know you gotta put in a lot of insulation insulation and stuff but there was a movie just a little while ago that came out a Steven Spielberg film science fiction movie where everybody was living cargo. Oh in the in the stacks. Yeah those are actually old old House trailers that they just built built sort of these like Like pallet racking kind of stacks. They could stack up all the house trailers and so. Oh Yeah I forget the name of it right now but it was. That was a good on the virtual virtuality Y.. Yeah I think so. Is the gay layer one. Yeah yeah that was cool. Yeah but if you if you want you know just a big big box to build a three d printer in on this is this is Berlin. You could store outside and you know you could. I mean itself and let the Sun do the internal heating. There you go down. Yeah you know containment and you're not breaking any any rules

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"millo" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"millo" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Our first window on the world. A lot of people scratch your heads councilman. Jeff Griffith was on the on the show. They scratch your heads in. I'm going to throw this out in answer it, and then I'll let you finish up. I get a lot of questions about why in the world. Do we have what we have in Amarillo for Texas Tech in El Paso with his dental school with the nursing and pharmaceutical Amarillo a wine the world is event school need to be done in Amarillo in Maremane is always there only so many political bulls out there, and if you want a wide net you've got to be able to carry that wide net. So we wanna bet school in Amarillo. The city Lubbock has backed the vet school in Amarillo till listeners. Why that that school shouldn't be in Lubbock in y you as a council if you can speak for the council are backing that that school being in Amarillo and thanks for bringing this up. This is this was another autumn on our legislative agenda that the city. The council of Lubbock supports the Texas. Tech bet school being placed in Amarillo, and yeah that may be a head scratcher for some. I'd like to quote, paraphrase should say former chancellor Bob Dunkin, current chancellor, Ted Mitchell, both have explained to me that. Amarillo is the epicenter for cattle. So ranching is north of us. We're right in the middle. If you think about west, Texas, obviously right in the middle of largest cotton field, and then Millo desert of the south of us, of course, with all and gas, but we really emerald is very is far as logistics great site for this vet school, and we've had other institutions that have been schools being Colorado state university Kansas state university in Oklahoma state university. All back it being an Amarillo all recommending being memorable. Because it's the epicenter cattle industry ranching industry, and it has you know, we as west Texas worked together now. People need to know that in not we're not fighting thirty five east, but we don't have the population that they do J. So we need to ban together and work together for the betterment of west, Texas. You talk about this a lot on this show. And that's my answer anything else. People need to know that's going on to city. We again are our council. We brought up already reluctance say one more time or city council meetings have changed to Tuesdays instead of Thursday's. So our first Tuesday meeting this year, of course, will be this coming Tuesday. January twenty second will start at four thirty. Public comment. It starts at five. And we hope that makes it easier for folks to come that wanna come to council. We're gonna be working very hard this year to improve Lubbock. We've got lots of priorities. Would we spoke on some today? Appreciate you having me here and hope everybody has a great weekend. And let's keep moving Lubbock forward. All right there. You got it city councilman Jif Griffith here on the program in a pretty. Think for the informant. Four the Texas standard freesheet them having me on and for councilman Jeff Griffith. Gotta get home gonna get home. Great family above average dinner waiting for me, except I say that a lot, but my wife is on a high school friends trip in Phoenix. So I am Mr. mom this weekend. So the dinner's going to be below average this time around until next time Ravon buddies Ravon, we'll see next edition right here on other side of Texas. It's.

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QnA: Temperature, Tech and Testicles

The Naked Scientists

03:03 min | 3 years ago

QnA: Temperature, Tech and Testicles

"When cheering them. Monthly cycle. Women. Most fertile well most women average twenty eight day cycle. Some ladies have slightly short cycles and some have slightly younger cycles and most ladies of late about halfway through that cycles around about day fourteen so from facility spec, did we would usually recommend regular sexual intercourse from around about day ten because sperm lasts five to seven days an egg baloney last of one to two days maximum, so ladies mainly fertile from probably about day fourteen of their cycle round about day. Twenty one of their cycle is all to do with of elation occurring day fourteen. But what about if a person doesn't have a regular cycle because what the data you've given us a seems persons knows where they are in that cycle. So what happens then so for us? We might recommend that you have some scans can see what's happening to see whether the follicle production is going on within your cycle. Patients can try using Luton ising home sticks. Sixes surge kits. As they're called. You can buy over the counter pay on a stick. And it tells you whether your of your lighting or not ladies, then aren't detecting that they may need some help with something like Plum Athene reproduction of follicle stimulating hormone that usually occurs naturally. But isn't in those languages the chemical process of of Asian, and then obviously we would link gain with scanning. So that we can see that there is a follicle production as well. So what roughly what fraction of people do have a regular cycle. What fraction have irregular cycles sip, ruby one in six ladies have irregular cycles. That's quite a high high proportion Milli. I mean, we keep focusing again here on female factor. But actually forty percent of problems are male factor problems. Forty cent female twenty percent, sometimes it between the unknown. And all say is a mixture of two quite often appears that patients drawn together if both have an info having infertility issue. Well. James, you're gonna say, yeah. I was going to you're talking about of kits. You can buy buy over the counter. Do you put any stock in smartphone apps sort of suggest your facility in the cycle? There's lots out there now which help you track cycle. They would recommend the track your temperature because there's a slight temperature rise when you feel late there is now bit like fit bits and things like that. They're now out there for facility as well. It's a it's a big of up and coming burgeoning market within that side of things as well. And help. They find that useful. Or do you think it just helps Buddha focus their mind they plan in place. And so they tend to stick to it, which means more light successful. And for some patients. It's really helpful. It gives them through focus for others. It just absolutely adds to the stress of the situation, and we would recommend that they go and seek help from a specialist go and see the GP speak to tilting us in those those lots of things out there to help. And actually the apps are useful. But I think sometimes for patients who are really struggling. It's not the best thing really adds to their stress.

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Vice President Pence Meets with Chilean President Sebastian Pinera

WDRC

01:12 min | 4 years ago

Vice President Pence Meets with Chilean President Sebastian Pinera

"Vice president mike pence meeting with each delay in president sebastian pinera on saturday of the summit of the americas thanking him for supporting us efforts in the middle east thank you also for your strong support of of american british and french efforts degrade and cripple the chemical weapons regime in syria president trump opting out of his trip to south america staying behind and focusing on the syrian situation the president also has weekly address defending his aggressive stance against china's trade practices over the last two decades the united states racked up twelve point five trillion dollar trade deficits in goods and watch nearly one third of our manufacturing jobs disappear or go to other countries we finance the rise of other countries at the expense of our own middleclass people presents critics however saying that a trade war with china would ultimately hurt the middle class voters in montenegro casting ballots today in the presidential election with former prime minister millo djukanovic expected to win after his party defied russia took the small balkan nation into nato last year you're listening to fox.

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Vice President Mike Pence Thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

WDRC

01:12 min | 4 years ago

Vice President Mike Pence Thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

"Vice president mike pence meeting with each delay in president sebastian pinera on saturday of the summit of the americas thanking him for supporting us efforts in the middle east thank you also for your strong support of of american british and french efforts degrade and cripple the chemical weapons regime in syria president trump opting out of his trip to south america staying behind and focusing on the syrian situation the president also has weekly address defending his aggressive stance against china's trade practices over the last two decades the united states racked up twelve point five trillion dollar trade deficits in goods and watch nearly one third of our manufacturing jobs disappear or go to other countries we finance the rise of other countries at the expense of our own middleclass people presents critics however saying that a trade war with china would ultimately hurt the middle class voters in montenegro casting ballots today in the presidential election with former prime minister millo djukanovic expected to win after his party defied russia took the small balkan nation into nato last year you're listening to fox.

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Vice President Mike Pence thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

WDRC

01:12 min | 4 years ago

Vice President Mike Pence thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

"Vice president mike pence meeting with each delay in president sebastian pinera on saturday of the summit of the americas thanking him for supporting us efforts in the middle east thank you also for your strong support of of american british and french efforts degrade and cripple the chemical weapons regime in syria president trump opting out of his trip to south america staying behind and focusing on the syrian situation the president also has weekly address defending his aggressive stance against china's trade practices over the last two decades the united states racked up twelve point five trillion dollar trade deficits in goods and watch nearly one third of our manufacturing jobs disappear or go to other countries we finance the rise of other countries at the expense of our own middleclass people presents critics however saying that a trade war with china would ultimately hurt the middle class voters in montenegro casting ballots today in the presidential election with former prime minister millo djukanovic expected to win after his party defied russia took the small balkan nation into nato last year you're listening to fox.

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