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Chicago Weather: More Record Warmth Expected
"A streak of incredible November weather will continue a mix of sun and clouds. Today will be a lot more in the way of clubbiness around, especially this afternoon. Still, it's not going to stop the temperature record or near record warmth today. Looking for high 75. The record for today is 73 set back in 1931 south winds tend to 28 MPH. Tonight partly cloudy Milo 58. Tomorrow partly cloudy continued on seasonably warm by 75 Tuesday. Mostly cloudy. Still mild chance of a late day shower high 70 Wednesday partly cloudy, much cooler 48 for the high And on Thursday mostly sunny seasonal attempts by 52
"milo" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"But at least it's back on the table though and all that sort of stuff. Now of course. Susan collins i mean publicans have to be ecstatic about this remember. Susan collins was considered an endangered species. I mean here's the thing. That's remarkable guys. We talked about polling. Do you know that. I drove down on the sobieski. Susan collins did not get one single poll saying she was going to win. Vegan tire election cycle. We talked to one that is astounding. And she's winning You know You know fair margin. This is not racist in maine. So how close is it to you remember. Is it like ten points or something like that. Yeah it's it's close to double digits. I think we're in the high single if you never lead in a single poll on a single day and win by double digits. That's gotta be the end of polling. I mean how do you continue. And in wisconsin. The washington post had biden up. Was it seventeen. And it's roughly fifty fifty. So i think we've already determined now. It hasn't come on yet. There's a lot of drinking that polling off the burn somebody to get it right. They make their money that way. You just can't. That's the thing you can't. It's impossible alright. Gary dietrich nonpartisan political analyst we got like thirty seconds forty gary but how can twenty twenty four. Oh how how likely is it. Trump ends up getting the white house. Again it's going to be. I mean you know you guys. I think no the massive we brief so i can't go over all the different states but you know arizona's going to be really key for him. That's that's huge gotta have arizona or nevada. It looks like along with georgia. And they can work. He'd have to have a hell of a run. But we'll see. What happens together. Gary dietrich at gary dietrich on twitter gary okay yes suck you hit the insights and hey washington post. If you want to be taken seriously as a newspaper you can't print polls that have a guy up seventeen and it's fifty fifty race. I don't think they care about being taken seriously his a newspaper anymore. I just think they want to have woke people. Click on them. The world has changed. Jack wake up go up xactly wake up then grow up. I should hit you with my conspiracy theory. There are a lot of conspiracy theories out. There will play a little bit. What newt gingrich had to say. What rudy giuliani has. But i have a conspiracy theory myself plus the lefties coming to terms with the results of the election which were far far far from what they'd hoped and expected. I've been promising that for over an hour. I apologize deeply humbly. i take full responsibility. You're like those pollsters say one thing and get a different result. I'm a little like that. I guess i don't know so sumi. Are you going to do. All that is on.
"milo" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"But i'm watching some of the results and it's amazing. How close it isn't so many states just wild. You wouldn't think you tried like if your goal was to hand out. You know this many blue cards in this many red cards and y'all need to turn back in the could get this close to fifty fifty. Yeah it's crazy to me. How some states are so wildly unbalanced but so many are almost perfectly balanced. Yeah just odd. You wouldn't think that would happen. Gary dietrich is a non partisan political analyst. You can follow him on twitter at gary dietrich and he joins us now gary how are you sir. Hey good morning guys in the morning after the morning after you know and they for some people. The nightmare continues by the way man. It's if you haven't heard the what's going to consider scary news for the us senate races. We'll have to get to that after the presidency. I guess we'll let me just for our listeners arizona announced they're not gonna tell till tomorrow likely so probably not going to know a winner to lamar nevada. Later today is going to announce. Yeah so where are we with the senate to the republicans actually have the senate locked up or not. Well the answer. This morning is no jack. Here's the deal. Six forty seven forty seven right now. That's where we're at of course the to independence. They always lumped in with the democrats because they caucus with them so forty seven forty seven as they say yet to be called. However of the six alaska north carolina. I mean susan collins at her opponent. He conceded yesterday. But that's still has not been officially called so there's three of the sixty you put in the republican column. It looks like pretty salty. See now yeah. Fifty forty seven that leaves you arizona. Yup same stay down. Wait now for the presidency that is trending democratic and i think most people be surprised if it doesn't that isn't a flip for the democrats kate that gets to forty eight fifty two seats. Guess where the two senate seats remain. That are too close to call both of them in georgia. One of them have special election the other one. The are basically the reelection for david purdue. Here's the deal in that state. If the winner does not get fifty percent plus one as we say in politics it goes to a special election right now. Dude all over again eliminate every money but the top two right you shop to now. Here's the deal in the special election. Because as often happens people will remember way back..
"milo" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"And is absolutely true still today. You know how people talk about. Could mike tyson in his prime beaten ali in his prime. I have this fantasy roundtable. Maybe you could recreate it by hiring like the best experts in the world to train various actors but a fantasy. Roundtable of dostoyevsky huxley. Well and i don't know. I'm sure tim. The lawyer has some obscure thinking of great note. That i've never heard of have them all. Sit around. watch newscasts and talk about it. I mean how great would that be. We're we're trying to do kind of a pasty and simple conversion. Try to actually understand what's happening but we need to get to An article. I've i've teased a couple of times. About how The bluest of blue parts of america the bay area california. How liberals are. Just they're weeping. They're gnashing their teeth are unable to function that they can't understand how trump got more votes this time and huge numbers of votes from people of color double that of mccain for instance and just wanted to share this with you real quickly California g now living in florida here in response to your a bit about the california hispanic vote. That got my attention. My husband and i fled california in june. She gives little detail are two closest friends. Also live here a hispanic couple. Both trump supporters by the way had already relocated here. If the dem's really wanted to know why the hispanic vote flipped to trump. all they need to do is ask them They've been talking a lot about this subject. Most of them are so alarmed. They can't seem to shut up about it not that i want them to. It's not hard to find folks from cuba. Venezuela argentina or other countries that have had front row seats to what unfolded there who are more than happy to tell you why they voted for trump. they hear the dnc's message and they are very been there done that. Got the t shirt in other words in the words of a neighbor rather the democrats promises are very familiar and it scares the crap out of me. With regards to hispanics in south florida. The dnc is a much bigger problem than they are acknowledging. These folks aren't rejecting biden. The rejecting the of the dnc. I hear from folks who's lived experience and personal truth include socialism every day. That's really interesting. So they've heard the you'll all make as much money as you need and you all get free healthcare and y'all get this and that and they re they and they bought it before their parents did. Yeah and thought oh that'd be awesome untold. You've realized that's impossible. The math doesn't work Ryan really horrible thing. And that's how you do the simpler people into embracing your rule. At which point you reveal your true colors to people who've witnessed that personally or their family history is that that argument is hey Got a bunch of speakers from my work there in the back of my van here. Those people know that pitch..
Chicago Weather: Afternoon Showers Ahead
"And quality of the rest of Santa Dance showers on your 50 Fortis at the lakefront. Showers early tonight. Stay cloudy late Milo 40 cloudy to occasionally partly sunny tomorrow becoming breezy. I've 53 the lakefront chapter 45 they'd weigh at O'Hare 45 had over Park. Is also 45
Why Can't Kids Vote?
"This is why a podcast for curious kids I'm Jane Lindholm. On this show take questions from kids just like you about anything and it's our to try to find answers. And if there aren't answers to at least give you a better understanding and maybe encourage you to do your own research after all there are a lot of things that are still unknown or not very well understood about the world and you could be the person who helps the rest of US learn about them now or as you grow up. You maybe a kid but don't let that. Stop you from investigating all the things you're curious about and telling US grownups what you learn. In the United States where but why is based? We have a big election coming up election day. This year is officially on November third, but more Americans than usual are voting in advance this year sometimes in person at their town hall or city office, and sometimes by mailing in their ballot, a ballot is the piece of paper. We're adults markdown who they want to vote for people in lots of states are voting for their governors who helped run the states or their Congress people who work in Washington to help run the country. But the position that's getting the most attention is the election for who will be president of the United States for the next four years, and some of you have questions about that and about elections and voting and political parties. So we're going to tackle all of them today. Why don't kids get a vote for president? Why haven't we had girl presidents before far Democrats, Call Democrats and Republicans. Called Republicans, we've done other episodes about how the US form of government is set up, and we've done episodes about what a president is and does all day and why we have one in the United States we will put links to those episodes in our show notes and at our website. But why kids dot Org in case you want to go back and listen to those episodes specifically. But you've been sending US new questions. So today, we're going to talk more about the presidency elections and why it's so important to vote and why you can't do that if you're a kid. The US has a form of government called representative democracy in a representative democracy. All of the eligible voters get to pick a few people who run the government and those people make our laws or change our laws they are supposed to represent or speak for us. Let's talk a little bit about the presidential election which you may have been hearing about in the news whether you live in the United States or not. Our current President Donald Trump has been in office for almost four years, which is what we call one term. He wants to have a second term, and if he wins, that would be his last a president can only be elected to two terms. But he's being challenged by a lot of people the most prominent challenger. The most popular one is a man named Joe. Biden. Joe Biden used to be the vice president when Barack Obama was the president and Biden is hoping that he will win the presidency this year. There are a lot of ways. This year's election looks very different from normal years as most of you probably know pretty well already. The Global Corona virus pandemic means that many of the candidates running for president and for other government offices like senators are governors can't get out and shake hands and kiss babies and try to convince people to vote for them in the same way when they do all that and try to convince people that's called campaigning. So the campaigning looks pretty different this year. Also many states are encouraging voters to fill in their ballots and vote by mail instead of going to a specific place to what's called cast their vote to vote in person on election day. Lots. Of States have made changes to their rules to make sure more people can vote early this year. And there's another thing I want to mention before I introduce our guest and get to your questions. We are putting this episode out on Friday October ninth as it's going out the President Donald Trump has cove in nineteen, the corona virus he announced that he tested positive for Covid nineteen a week earlier, and he was in the hospital for a few days. He says he's feeling much better now but we still don't really know how this might impact his health in the long term. So there are a lot of unknowns and if things are confusing after election day in November, we'll do another episode to help you understand what's happening. So feel free to send us your questions if anything is confusing to you. But for now, let's get to the questions you've already sent. We invited someone to join us who has practiced talking to young people about voting and elections. Hi, I'm Aaron Geiger Smith I'M A reporter and the author of thank you for voting and the thank you for voting young readers edition. We gave Aaron a really big broad question to tackle I a question from Milo and ten years old I live in Los Angeles California and my question is how Does. The government work how does the government work? We could go really detailed and in-depth on various kinds of governments, and we could look at how our country's government works here in the United States where you and I are or how some state governments work or even how our town government works but broadly speaking to to Milo's question and maybe what some other people are thinking, how has government supposed to work? What is government supposed to be doing for us? It is a big question Milo but it's a really good one government is supposed to help our lives all the things that are necessary for us as people to learn and grow and just be in the world. Make those things go a little smoother and be safe so Government involves our police and firefighters and making that run. Its government is setting up all the systems in a way that makes the world functions and then adapting to make sure those systems keep working how they're supposed to, and if something changes, the government should be there to make things better in a way. It's sort of like with the corona virus in what we're going through our state and local and national governments, what they sometimes did and always should have done is adapted and think through what the problems are to try to make citizens be able to continue their lives safely. So it's about keeping a safe and then planning ahead
The Experience That Leads 3 Women To Say 'Being Black Is Exhausting'
"Earlier this year, NPR asked our listeners. What is it like to be black in America? Now to be clear. Lots of us who work at NPR have our own answers to that question. But more than 500 people wrote in and a lot of them said it is exhausting. As a black woman. We carry our community on our back. But our backs are cracking and we're tired and we're exhausted. I've come to understand that being black is exhausting. It's exhausting and un affirming. I called up three of the women who gave that answer. Who said they're tired? Asia cook is 38. She's a criminalist with the state of California. I always had this thing about growing up where I felt this need to do everything by the book because I didn't want to be a stereotype. Well, she's black, so it figures. And I remember I had a difficult time when I found out I was pregnant with my twins because Their father and I weren't married. I didn't want the assumption that of course I wasn't goingto have Ah, baby Daddy, Or, of course, I was goingto not finish school or or whatever it wass, you know, Always trying Teo stay ahead of people's assumptions. And it's tiring. It's exhausting to keep up with that. When it came to telling white friends or white colleagues. You all weren't married. Did you hesitate to do that? You know, I didn't really actually became quite obvious quite soon that I was pregnant, but the colleague of mine stepped into my office and said Congratulations and I was like, Oh, thanks and you know, and then, they said Sydney and I just want to thank you for you know, choosing life and gave me stats on abortions and how it was so much higher for women of color in over 50% of them. Choose to terminate the pregnancy, so I just really want to thank you. And I just thought like eyes that's really happening. Yes, it was really happening Next. I talked to Maria Ramirez. She's 31. She's the director of equity initiatives in you, Steinhardt. The day after I learned the news about George Floyd's death, I immediately experience trauma. And it was no one was speaking about it at work. It was like business as usual. And here I am dealing with trauma. It was really, really difficult. Did you go to your colleagues and say, Hey, at I'm messed up about the fact that you guys aren't talking about this. I actually did have some support. But given that I work specifically and diversity, equity and inclusion, it was like everyone was already leaning on me to be able to come up. With some kind of response or support to the whole community. There are other black women that would be an associate professor of applied psychology or something. And they would also be expected, even though it has nothing to do with their job to take on the extra burden of mentoring students that are black, the extra burden, forming the diversity committees and sitting on them and advising Their leadership on you know what we could do in this department? When everyone has access to the same resource is it always falls on people of color because they're black and Milo Howard is a 28 year old teacher and consultant in Bowie, Maryland. Milo When you're feeling that exhaustion what are the ways in which you find yourself behaving that? You think if I had time if I had space if I wasn't so tired I would prefer not to be doing this. I would probably say for me, it manifested. Almost zoning out, you know, and spaces where I would normally engaged Maurin spaces. Wagner normally would participate in conversation or share my ideas. There's no energy to tap into the things I normally would be passionate about. It's a lack of interest in things. It's a lack of, um Desire to even say anything anymore in a workplace seeming spaced out or disengaged or uninterested can really affect you professionally. Do you think that your exhaustion has stood in your way in the workplace? Absolutely. After seeing how some of our colleagues who are not black are moving, going everyday and conversations. I remember I was sitting in a meeting and I just finished like Watching the news had like a deep sob and I tap into the zoon Kon Somebody's talking about his beach house over the past weekend, and it's like Really Is that where we are, Do you? Are you not aware of what's happening? It's infuriating.
Censored? Joe Rogan Experience is missing episodes on Spotify
"Hello. Everybody I have an announcement Hello Joe Rogan. What's your announcement starting on September first the entire Jr library will be available on spotify the entire. Library you say 'cause the Joe Rogan experience is now in spotify but forty-six episodes missing including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones far right journalist Milo Yannopoulos an anti Semite Owen Benjamin neither spotify nor Rogan is saying why Rogan's also announced that it becomes an exclusive on the first of December. In his podcast Adam Curry's says he's building something called podcast two point Oh. It's a new podcast that outlines an alternative to the apple podcasts directory. I. Think we've figured out some incentive for develop AC- says he'll also be on the first show from Joe Rogan's new studio in Dallas. spotify down rejecting new podcast served with non secure audio addresses according to e mail seen by pulled news audio served using HDP rather than https also doesn't play in chrome on embedded players. Apple podcast expressed a preference for https back in May two, thousand eighteen but haven't yet insisted on it. The vintage video podcasts spend three hundred and fifty dollars on ads for their show in podcast APP overcast called them one hundred and nineteen new subscriptions they say quote the campaign was worth what we paid for it. That's Nice Hobby, radio has launched hard m. n. a new podcast APP built specifically for Minnesota Nice Idea Patriot has raised nine hundred million dollars in new funding says CEO Jack Conte Patriots. Valuation is one point, two, billion dollars, and the IRA has the full sheduled for the IB podcast upfront event in September and the host comedian Francesca Ramsey. And in Podcast News, Here's how to promote your podcast a stunning story of a plastic surgeon asked by wanted terrorist to make them look unrecognizable full marks to plastic surgeon podcast for that. News from the Ramsey network is the Dr John Baloney show a show that provides real talk about life relationships and mental health challenges. It'll come out three times a week and seventy million is back for season three starting on September the fourteenth each week that people denominated podcast from Antica? Williamson. Co brings localities taking action from the school to prison pipeline. To racialist policing to the spread of covid nineteen in jail.
A Coronavirus Update with Dr. Steven Taback
"Look I know we've all had about enough of this. Kobe, nineteen thing we're tired of the politics of it. We're tired of the endless conflicting reports what we should do what we shouldn't do what we should wear and not wear you know surfaces transferred disease, or maybe they don't. We're ready to open schools. We can open restaurants, baseball, or maybe we're not. Oh and please don't blame my co host for this opening. I didn't tell them about it and so forgive him, and you can blame me. This is a particular pleasure today. I, get to chat it up with my very best friend. Dr Steven Taback. who also just happens to be? The quadruple board certified doctor of Internal Medicine Pulmonary Disease Critical Care and neuro critical care whatever that means. He's also on the frontlines fighting the COVID battle for us every day at his hospitals, which were eternally grateful for and by the way he saved my dad's life twice. Dr Steven Tailback. You Doing Stephen? Doing great good to hear you in and see you at least virtually anyway. It's weird, isn't it? We would normally see each other all the time right at least twice a week during the week, and then on the weekends dinner, and by the way I know you've been teetotalling for like three months. You'RE GONNA have to explain that to the group why I am drinking the mcallen twenty-five that you gave me for my birthday, so thank you very much happy birthday. I'm glad to see that. You still have some left in the bottle as of. mid-may. So, why is it? YOU'RE NOT DRINKING STEVE? From my perspective thing on the front lines you Wanna do everything you can to. Protect yourself immunologically, and so my goal was to optimize my immune system, considering the fact that there is no scene, but in order to optimize one's immune system. You want to eat healthier. You WanNa sleep better. And when I looked at the things that I was doing in my life I was not exercising as much as I would have liked to. My sleep was always fragmented. Fragmented and I do know. The alcohol suppresses the immune system not that I. You know I have more than probably one drink a week. When I see you I. Never drink otherwise, but nevertheless I felt that in order to really give myself the best possible defense against this miserable virus I should do. Everything could now to optimize my immune system until you you eating differently to. Eating Vegan I've been avoiding caffeine which has helped my my sleep tremendously of avoided alcohol I've started back on a regular exercise, so exercise has something to do with your immune system absolutely exercises very important for your immune system why it's a very good question I'm not sure I have an answer is simple answer as to why, but exercised absolutely increase the circulation. It stimulates your your. Your metabolic rate kind of wakes up your cells, and it optimizes cellular performance and metabolic performance, and at the end of the day. That's what your immune system is is the doing constant surveillance of cancer cells is doing constant surveillance for viruses and bacteria, and you wanted at optimal performance, but you're telling me that a glass of macallan twenty five is not so good for my. My immune system. It's certainly not good for your immune system. Now the question is, does it actually have any deleterious effects truly having a glass? You know a week or so probably not, but what would it do to your system? That would affect your immune system. What we do know that you do have we call Milo suppression and Rith Rope Suppression. That is you stop manufacturing red. Red Blood Cells. People who use alcohol to excess clearly are have increased susceptibility to bacterial infections viral infections. They manufacture less red blood cells so obviously they're gonNA. have difficulty adequately getting oxygen to vital organs. Organs are going to suffer in terms of their peak performance speaking of having a little fun with it. I'M GONNA put your feet to the fire a little bit right away. Before months ago, Steve we had the honor of being joined by Dr Suzanne Donovan, who broached the concept of this corona virus and you guys? We're talking about it. And I almost could hear battle hymn of the Republican, the background and a Glory Glory Hallelujah and you guys were talking about how America was so strong and so well designed as far as our health care system. We really knew what we were doing. Chances are this corona. Thing wasn't going to be a big deal for us as it would be potentially some other parts of the world. That was then. This is now a steve. The US has four percent of the world's population and we're currently running at twenty five percent of the world, global cases and deaths. Why is that first and foremost? Let's say that the superpower of the world absolutely blew it as far as efficiency in terms of testing in terms of reporting in terms of personal protective equipment. We really were not ready, even though we could have been ready, we missed multiple steps in the preparatory process.
Aunt Jemima Brand to Be Dropped Over Origins in Racial Stereotype
"And an iconic image in markets and kitchen cabinets all around the country is going to vanish and so is the name as the widening conversation on race in the U. S. goes in a new direction actor Milo critics have long said aunt Jemima's images done as much as anything to reinforce the racial stereotype of subservient yet happy man be type African American women have happened but you can learn parent company Quaker is dialed back the stereo type and modernized to reimage over the years but now says that's not enough it's dropping the aunt Jemima name for want to be named later quote one everyone can be proud to have their pantry Peter king
How To Do A Proper Follow-Up Call - David Milo
"You're listening to daily sales tips. Podcast and I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip comes from David. Milo David is the head of sales at Sauna a startup based here in Austin. Here he is. Hey everyone this is David Milo with your daily sales tip so today. I'm going to be covering the proper structure to do a callback or a follow up call as an SDR account executive. It's amazing to me that a third to half of the calls that you're making on a daily basis schedule an appointment are going to be followed calls the other half or so are going to be your fresh Diaz. But what so interesting about this. Is that most sales organizations. Don't ever actually trained on how to do a proper follow-up so let me give you five very simple key steps to make you a better more effective cold caller to turn more follow calls into points so step. Number one is released simple. Just reintroduce yourself you know your name where you're calling from step to buy time from your prospect purchase time from your what. I mean by this is. Sales is a game of seconds riot just like football game of inches sales of the game of seconds. So you can use a buying time statement for example. I understand. You're busy. Were I'll get straight to the point or hey I might have caught in the middle of something so I'll be brief anything that allows you to gain some more seconds or gained some more time for you to continue to speak step three recap the conversation and reiterate the need so it might have been a week two weeks or even more since you last spoke. Hopefully you've taken some really good notes in that first phone. Call that you had a really good chance that your prospect is not remember at all who you are what you're calling about. And they don't remember why they were even interested enough in the first place to let you not call them back. So some good things you can do to recap that conversation remind them. When did you last speak? Was there a specific reason? Why prospect didn't have time. What were the hot buttons that your prospect brought up? And what were the pain? Points that your prospect brought up on that phone call hopefully again make sure take good notes. The more detailed you can go into these follow up calls the better off you're going to be. You will be seen as more professional person for taking good notes in bringing that up. Step FOUR IS PROVIDE VALUE PROPS. Whatever your value propositions are for the product or service that you are selling. Is it cost savings? Is it better? Technology is whatever you're selling it'll be more effective or efficient is going to provide a better. Roi Whatever product or service. You're selling whatever your value propositions are. Give your prospect a quick twenty to thirty second elevator pitch as a reminder because again more often than not your prospect will not have remember who you were and what it was that they were interested in the first place. So do them in yourself a favor give him a quick elevator pitch in a reminder for why they were interested in the first place and step five. The final step is the assumption close. This just means to progress the phone call forward so this be any number of things progress in the phone call forward could mean that you start to ask some discovery questions so you can start to dig in pain points which will allow progress that phone call to a scheduled appointment or talk past the appointment and go right into the clothes in getting a date and time for your meeting so again. Five steps number one. Introduce yourself number to use some buying time statements number three recap the conversation and reiterate the need step four is provide a high level quick. Hit of the value props that you have to offer and then step five. Some close
Whole Family Wellness
"Hello friends and relatives. Welcome back to another episode of All. My relations were so happy. You're here Hello. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening hello hello. We have a really great episode for you today. We're talking with DOS Collins and Chelsea Lugar of the welfare culture initiative. They are two of our friends and colleagues who we have known for a long time in different areas of their life And we recorded this episode of few months ago back when Michigan was still pregnant so it was a really amazing opportunity to talk with them about the work that they do In thinking about wellness from a really kind of holistic perspective and indigenous perspective and how that takes into account we eat how we move our bodies what we think about especially during The time of life that Mantica was en and that Chelsea had been in not long Before her so we were bonus. Double excited 'cause we knew we had this episode coming and a couple of weeks ago in the New York Times. There was an article about food movements in Indian country and it featured Some really beautiful photographs of Fashion Chelsea and their daughter aloe And talked to them a little bit about the work they do. So what we thought. That could be a really great entry point into our conversation. thinking that many people might have encountered. They're work recently in the New York Times but then again I started actually reading the article and the article did what did what we always see. Which is that. It reinforced that poverty porn narrative and framed native people. You know from this perspective that put them in a place of of danger of survival as extinction they think it's essentially another extinction narrative. Almost and so I'd be really interested Adrian and in wondering how you might frame that if you were going to let say bright this article for the New York Times Okay so I am someone in my education research world. I think a lot about what we call deficit framing and it's something that You see a lot in research about quote unquote marginalized communities about native students in particular Where our communities? Our students are whoever we're talking about are always framed as lacking as As needing interventions as needing resources as being just framed is in a deficit Perspective and the difference between a deficit perspective. And then one. That is more in my work. I used the word. Goodness focus or like Asset based is looking at things from a position of strength and what communities already have and what they're bringing to the table and so this article is from the beginning. It's called how native Americans are fighting food crisis and the subtitle is as the corona virus limits access to food many are relying on customs like seed saving and canning that helped their forebears survive hard times so from the start. It's framed as though the corona virus is what is causing a food crisis in Indian country. And because of this moment all of a sudden people are returning to stroll knowledge is in traditional customs quote unquote which is like a word. I hate It's very anthropological. But they go on to The reporter interviews people that are incredible leaders in these areas in their communities. Folks that she actually Got Access to a lot of the names from my friend and colleague Liz Hoover who is an incredible food sovereignty researcher who is not mentioned anywhere in the article but The folks that are profiled in here people that we know their their names through this work. Milo yellow hair in weight loss and Chelsea Rebecca and Stephen Webster in night a Folks in San Carlos like it's just a a list of really incredible leaders but they're all framed as there's a crisis and they are reacting to it rather than if I would have written this article to your question. I very clearly would have framed. This as here is a moment where we are worried about the food supply chain in what is currently known as the United States. And here's a chance for us to look to indigenous communities as leaders in how to take care of one another and how to use and social and traditional knowledge is that have always been there To lead us through this moment and into a future that looks different than what we have now. A better and brighter future around our food and food security because a lot of these communities that are profiled here actually like aren't in a moment of crisis around their food systems they are just shifting their policies and practices to to what people are needing right now. And that's a beautiful model that a lot of communities be learning from like the work that Brian Yazdi is doing in. Minneapolis around feeding Urban elders and community members through traditional foods. That in itself is an amazing story. And instead it's just a little blip in this article about how he didn't have any catering jobs so started volunteering. So I just think the framing of it overall could have really been from this point of strength talking about that. Our communities know how to help one another no. The power of traditional foods know how to work with the land that they live on All of these things that are really important lessons for everyone rather than framing it as some sort of food crisis and yes like we do have food insecurity in Indian country. There's also a lot of amazing lessons that can be learned from the work that these folks have been doing for decades. This isn't something that just popped up in the last few months lifetimes of work that people have been putting in to get us to this point to be able to access those resources and serve our communities in the ways that they need right Like the the ability. I noticed in this article that they talk about some Alaska fishermen and hunters and that these folks are doing this. You know to prepare for crisis. When in fact we know especially I being able to relate to fishing culture that we go fishing and put up food for winter and every springtime. You know it's something that my family has been doing for generations and our communities have been doing generations and it's a part of the intergenerational knowledge that we highly value in our communities. I was taken back when I read the book about Rohan White Because Rohan white is one of those women that Hey I hope we introduce you to on this podcast but B. I think of a Shiro. She's one of my. She's one of the most inspiring women I've ever encountered in all of Indian country. I had the privilege of taking one of her seed saving workshops and I was so moved by her indigenous intelligence her connection to land in her connection to seeds. And how empowering an empowered I felt after spending just one afternoon with her where she gave me seeds and made me feel like it was okay to grow them and how that important and she's been doing this work for a very long time and she started a whole food sovereignty movement along with Liz and others and in this article it talks about her growing heirloom seeds. Which is I think. It's just wrong. Because she doesn't grow heirloom seeds. She grows pre colonized seeds. Oh she she grows ancestral seeds. And you know it also says that she's doing this as a as a response to closed casino revenue which is so silly ruins been doing this empowering people because the people needed and because she was called to do this work and because she's been doing it for a really long time and I don't want to speak for her you know but I just. I'm really disappointed with the way that we are. Continuously framed in massive media and mass media especially in this New York Times article. I really hope that there will come a time that maybe instead you get to write the article nuts an outsider writing it for us.
Physical distancing 'impossible' for the deafblind amid COVID
"Imagine being unable to see or hear throughout all of this the one sense you truly rely on that sense of touch it's also been taken away from you a lot of ways there are thousands of Americans brought home the last month and a half has seriously challenged their ability to thrive A. B. C.'s Devin Dwyer reports on deaf blind Americans grappling with isolation and social distancing during the pandemic most of the sights and sounds of the inescapable the number of cases of coronavirus spiking here in the U. S. this is a terrible experience but for some Americans the scope of this outbreak has been uniquely difficult to face my name is Philip was murder I am deaf blind Philip Wismer student a gala that university Washington DC is one of an estimated forty thousand Americans facing cope with nineteen while unable to clearly see or hear I have not gone off campus since March eighteenth I only come out of my dorm to get food get the mail and that's about it it sounds lonely yeah it is sometimes I I do feel wrongly my other friends that are completely blind feeling very very isolated deaf blind Americans survive by touch hand over hand to communicate fingers on braille signs for mobility hugs and handshakes to feel connected experts say deaf blindness is a spectrum not everyone experiences complete darkness and total silence but touch is critical now comes with significant health risks in many guides are fearful of being touched and touching back twenty eight year old Tyler Samuel of Nashville Tennessee says she's fighting that loneliness relying on our partner for help with daily tasks the genetic condition since birth is degraded her hearing and sight line you're just really worried that I wouldn't wouldn't find an independent and when you do find it you don't want to lose it and so for it to be kind of chipped away is it kind of lowers your self esteem Samuel still walks to work every day by herself this is mine now can empty walk home pediatric surgery coordinator at Vanderbilt University hospital she's a freelance opera singer with dreams of going big the pandemic has prompted some soul searching I lost a friend I go to pick her up and she was very young and thirty early thirties and it prompted me to go head to get my mastectomy will together that's something that I want it like my wishes to me now a trip to the hospital is what many deaf blind Americans told ABC news they fear most there's an assumption in a lot of medical community is that it's better to speak Jack then disable Hoppin girl is a leading advocate for the community I would be terrified I would not get communication a sense that I would not get the care I need to get the virus and go to the hospital she says it's a fight for equality the daughter of an Eritrean refugee Irma is the first deaf blind woman to graduate from Harvard law school in twenty fifteen president Obama recognized her as a champion of change when I'm asking questions today hop and you're actually feeling my questions with your fingers please ask me questions I with her special braille keyboard guide dog Milo by your side Girma an informal network of deaf blind advocates are determined not to be forgotten it's certainly not and Saxena hobby disability and should deal with death Linus I think makes people very you know uncomfortable generally Rebecca Alexander of New York City wants the world to know that deaf blind professionals can pitch in to she's volunteering her services as a counselor to hospital workers on the front lines just knowing that even someone like me who the community I think at large if they knew how limited my vision and my hearing was they might not consider via someone they would reach out to for help and it does feel good to be able to provide that Ashley Benton who coordinates services for the deaf blind in North Carolina says police in rural areas are checking on residents who don't have technology to communicate they contacted us which was beautiful so we were able to work with the officers who have the appropriate PP to go in and check on the step one consumer to make sure they were safe it's so important because we're always together near Seattle deaf blind sisters Nancy and Debbie summer sticking together through it all but we can't all thank goodness we have computers we can talk with each other yeah I think the persistence to stay connected and to contribute to the recovery the deaf blind community raising its voice in its own way what do you like a missing these days I love queen I like the end all of what you mean rap city and like so many dreaming of that big escape after cove it what I would like to do after this is all over with it's taking
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US announces countrywide ban on flavoured e-cigs
"Plan president trump's plan to curb team vaping exempt some flavours the US health officials will ban most flavored E. cigarettes popular with underage teenagers but with major exceptions that benefit vaping manufacturers retailers and adults who used the nicotine emitting devices the trump administration announced today it will prohibit fruit candy mint and desert flavors from small cartridge based E. cigarettes that are popular with high school students but mental and tobacco flavored E. cigarettes will be allowed to remain on the market we have a problem in our country it's a new problem it's a problem nobody really thought about too much of a few years ago it is called vaping especially vaping as it pertains to innocent children and they're coming home in this saying mom a lot of faith and the parents don't know too much about it and nobody knows too much about it but they do know it's causing a lot of problems there would have to do something about it one of the words and one of the reasons we're meeting today is to let you know that it's out there and we want to have parents understand that we're setting it very carefully it's again very new and potentially very bad there have been deaths and there've been a lot of other problems people think it's an easy solution just cigarettes but it's turned out that it has its own difficulties yes there there are a lot of difficulties are not I'll be honest that to not to disagree too much with the president but I don't know how many kids are coming home to take Milo to vape yeah I don't think they're really sharing that and yeah that's not so that'd be like mom before I go to junior prom and get myself a bottle of
Milo Ventimiglia talks his new film 'The Art of Racing in the Rain'
"This. This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie out right now that it's gonna make you can make you cry. It's going to make you laugh and it's called the art of racing in the rain. I mean it starts my guest milo ventimiglia welcome to the show happy to be here. Thank you and what you've done. Montmelo is broken. All the rules that actors are always told never to you. Don't work with animals with kids here you are and there i am happily and you just said i don't care what you say. You know. This is what made you are. You just yourself a major dog on <hes>. I mean for me. This wasn't a role that i was afraid of. It felt like something that i slash we as an audience needed. It's a human story. It's a story about a good father story about a good husband sure about a lovely family that is teaching their dog enzo the life lessons in needs to imprint it so that when he becomes a human in his next life. He'll be ready to be a good person he does want to be. He doesn't want so badly so badly what he wants wants curses himself for being dog and moments when his instinct is giving him insight to what this family is going through but he can't speak it. He can't say he just sit back and let things happen. So you have a dog yourself. No no no even like them. Love dogs okay. You said that i think we'd have to end the bucket out. The door wouldn't even give you the pop. That's maybe one of my way. Also this dog ends named after into dr a sound suspiciously like kevin costner very much so i won't even say might be kevin costner. He was here a couple weeks ago. I'm still hearing would what a what a lovely lovely coast or that. I never got to work with so you're not hearing on the set while you're doing this. What we're hearing in the audience know much like you. You know one is hearing with the dogs actually thinking there's no talking dogs in this. It's it's all the inner monologue of this dog as he's talking to himself telling the story story to himself of this family of this man but yeah no. I didn't hear anything i kind of our script supervisor and our our director simon curtis they would talk amongst themselves they would she would read <hes> enso's dialogue and simon. I'm kind of pause me and okay now. Hold on please and then i'll just be interacting with the dog you know and then he'd say okay and action and then i resume my lines or dialogue log on to where we needed to anything so i wasn't actually here in any kind of voice. Your thoughts are what what are the perils and the joys of working with a dog as the scene partner. You have to basic. I mean one. They're gonna steal the scene from me because i mean they're hand sorry. They're beautiful. They're there there you know you've been called all those things but still yeah they do with their with their with their tongues out in the tail's wagging you haven't tried that one yet avenue but because their animals you know you have to respect that their animals and take time and be patient with what they need to learn what they need to do. Repetitive over and over and over again not distract them feel like people can be distracted but yet we can handle a lot on our plate at any given time animals it was task at hand walked them there to their pick up some popcorn or lay down whatever it is is hold the remote and its mouth so it was a discipline of patients to just make sure that myself trainers were communicating and that i was given the dogs but they needed an intern. Instinctually they gave me what i needed which was a scene partner and that that was what was so special about our two dogs about parker and butler was what they were doing. Instinctually who they were was remarkable but i would also i would talk to the dogs like people like just you know not really full voiced that uncertain moments i'd have to crouch down and whispering to parker's ear hotel what was would say hey. We're gonna do this scene. I'm going to be a little stress but i love you. Kid don't worry we're fine. Don't tell me don't let yourself yourself. Get agitated. Just just stick with me at the end of it. I got a nice chicken. Treat for you yeah well. What made you not a dog owner sanjay. I want to do this movie. It was beautiful human story. You know what i saw. Again was a good man. <hes> living a life that was in many points of it difficult challenges obstacles real life stuff that was just constantly constantly hanging on him and i saw his heart and his determination to get through all that and do it for those that he loved. I loved. I loved the message behind that caring for the people that you really love and that fills you up well who can argue with that it also who oh can't relate to that. That's the thing that i also loved about. This felt like an extension of my t._v. Show this is us felt like something that everybody can draw raw from. Everybody can connect danny. Everybody can connect to eve everyone can connect to to <hes> enso's point of view. It just felt very relative. Tive who had you played that we can connected to who was the rat bastard in your career played a couple aw played one <hes> in a movie called wildcard. Jason statham the son of a mob boss who got away with the worst behavior. <hes> <hes> played <hes> the villain at the end of the second season of gotham t._v. Show he was a <hes>. He was a killer <hes> and play some pretty dark guys. Is that enjoyable to you too. I think everyone that i play short of that. That movie wildcard enjoyed that guy. I just really didn't like i didn't like putting on the character just didn't like any of it but for me it's they're all different sizes of humanity and i always feel like there's something to learn and and something to display people whether you're inspired to be good or showcasing that we really can't be this inhumane well sometimes by showing showing that in humanity you're you're also revealing something about sure us in the audience about what we don't wanna be exactly which is a good thing to it's one of the great things about being an actor does is that you can have that yeah and speaking about good at what you do. Congratulations third emmy nominations to the <hes>. This is us and season four coming in yeah. I'm already two episodes in just tell us what happened in the first to the next sixteen all of them yeah oh man should know so. Can you actually tell us how thing no i mean. I could say it's going to be great. I know really right in line with everything that this is us has done from seasons one to two to three the formula hasn't changed <hes> <hes> the pearson family feels like we're getting even deeper and deeper and deeper into who this family is who these people are as individuals in it you you know <hes> it's really just it's a joy to work on. I've had i've had a really amazing couple years going from that. Show this film and yeah. I'm <hes> i'm really lucky. It's fascinating to me because i remember also seeing you in rocky balboa woah yeah we're still alone is your father and that he has those speeches where he's basically you. You know talking about fatherhood what it is doing but then win season to this is oh yes like came. Flight comes on doing a scene with kevin yeah in a movie that he's doing talking about you. Who's gon who's his sons but also his his is his <hes>. He was his <hes> his hero. Yeah i mean i what i have had the first conversation with sly about joining the show and i pretty much told must i explained his part of it. You know inspiring a younger actor and his how he was my character. Jack's biggest onscreen hero and i basically told him i said all of that couldn't be closer to the truth as a younger actor i note it was like to be on set with you and dan to to just watch listen and learn what he was up to and what he was able to accomplish and i applied that to my everyday working process as an actor but then also from the character's point of view like he was my onscreen here on mike well yes lie was my onscreen hero to you know so. I don't know maybe a lot of flattery got him but also i mean you know his involvement with our writers and writing collect like coming together to share his his voice and what he wanted to tell of being playing himself. I don't know that he's ever played himself in the show but it was yeah you got a good day. You had a good time. He told me he goes a really good day so really good data good data. Yeah well the the two of you have. There's some similarities. People people think that i'm actually his son. Yeah yeah sure just go yet to do it well. You always say that you have this crooked matt do so where does that come from. Just i was born that way. I don't know where it comes from or what what got broken on the way way out but <hes> but it's definitely crooked i used to i used to talk out of the side of my face like this audience and i really didn't realize it until i was thinking might have been a teenager and i saw a local news channel interview or something and i was really struck by how crooked my mouth was when i spoke and so i remember sitting down in front of a mirror and reading reading and trying to catch what words made my mouth very very crooked and in doing that i figured out how i could kind of level it out a a little bit and it gave me kind of lazy speech pattern so now people don't quite know where <hes> from because of my lazy speech pattern because i'm trying to correct my crooked mouth but i don't know it works it is it's all kind of working. I think so i mean but did did it. Intimidate you when you were starting out doing. I said you have like moments. Have how am i gonna do this audition. <hes> where people cruel as people in hollywood can be yeah i had a i was in a castle one time how to cash or say hey could you. You just stopped doing that thing. You're doing with your mouth because you're doing a thing with your mouth and i go. You know what i was born that way and i just stared at all. I'm sorry i'm like no you're not and then i did the thing and i didn't get the part but it was like that was me that was me. I feared playing a vampire because you know vampires when they play vampires like they open their mouth. The big thing was going to go to the side and i thought seles or if i was like you know now. I've some wearing a masters. There's like there's a dead giveaway.
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"Hot seat is President Trump attack the social media platforms Friday night for what he claims is increasingly bad treatment of conservative thinkers, it's getting worse and worse for conservatives on social media said Trump as part of a series of tweets Facebook said it was banning a number of controversial far-right personalities, including Alex Jones and Milo Yannopoulos for violating the social media companies policies on hate speech and promoting
Milo Ventimiglia discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
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Milo Ventimiglia, Newsradio Harvard And France discussed on WBZ Midday News
"NewsRadio Harvard's hasty pudding. Seattle's handing out another pudding pot today. Actor Milo Ventimiglia will be honored today. As man of the year Milo will receive is putting Potter to celebrate Tori, roast at Harvard and will attend the opening night of hasty puddings latest production. France, France revolution. Its first feature women
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"Patriot a crowd funding platform used by many podcasters has removed a number of far-right creators, including Milo Yannopoulos and Cal Benjamin youtuber better known as Sargon of Akkad for what patriot claims is hate speech. However Sam Harris host of the waking up podcast one of the top grossing patriot creators has deleted his account in response accusing the company of political bias and other patriot creators, Dave Rubin and Jordan Peterson have promised to build an alternative platform, quote that will not be susceptible to arbitrary censorship. There are reports of many patriot supporters leaving the platform in protest, if you're one of them and you'd like us to Bill you directly we've worked out an alternative if you want it, please let us know. Updates at pod news dot net. And we'll sort that yesterday. We reported that apple podcasts has mysteriously removed many reviews and ratings from their service those that contacted us. Reported losing around half their ratings and reviews issues was seen throughout the whole app. Store. Not just for podcasts. Some noted that review removals were seemingly at random and not related to a purge on automated or spammy reviews at time of going to press podcasters report that their ratings are back to normal. And are they actually important to you need ratings and reviews to get into the what's hot section in apple podcasts. Daniel j Lewis has been checking the data, and he knows the answer. You'll find it linked from the show notes Jew under what Adam curry, thanks have NPR's RAD podcast analytic service. Do have the gall to say, we won't know who you are. When this takes place is just a lie of epic proportions life, she addresses as you can feel it. You'll know what phone you have this more in his podcast. Meanwhile, surprisingly to many pocket costs have confirmed that they have no plans to include rat in their roadmap the podcast app. His part-owned by. NPR TNT in cadence thirteen launching a companion podcast to crime television drama. I am the night the podcast called root of evil will be eight episodes focusing on the real story and real people behind the dramatized crime series, and resonate recordings. Have added a tutorial on how to use audacity feel podcast
"milo" Discussed on The MILO Show
"In berkeley which is now synonymous with the suppression of free speech of the free speech of the battalions and conservatives by crazy feral leftists they don't have much fun there's a lawsuit progressing at the moment which promises to make huge trouble for the university off to i've been banned speaking twice and coulter once david horowitz once they manage to successfully outmaneuver us and flt offering speech week but the a lawsuit with the culture publicans is proceeding apace and the trump administration's just given its its endorsement it's its support that lawsuits and we'll see what happens and i'll keep you updated the riots caused so much damage that it became an international news story but more important than that lots of people were hurt and the intimidation the threat of violence as well as violence itself is the definition of terrorism that into express to communicate to to inculcates or to perpetuate a particular system of political ideas threat violence violence itself used to enforce politics is the definition of terrorism and some some state and federal branches of law enforcement of beginning to recognize now and few but occasionally figures on the left to beginning to condemn the protests the practices and the motorcyle randy of the farleft in america wide magazines we heard yesterday still propping them up wide magazine still endorsing the work of professors who provide material to which anti for then uses to target innocent americans under the false pretext that they are white nationalist so white supremacists some of the reasons people were beaten in berkeley include they look like attendees of milo speech they right republicans they they supported free speech they will white without purple hair piercings or a face mask or they which is there they were just they're interested in what might happen.
"milo" Discussed on The MILO Show
"Welcome to the milo show hey guys so milo just got off a flight a few hours ago it's pretty tired so i guess i'll just go over the things that we're gonna do today on the mile show and just pull out my danny blocking here we've got him he's going to say some stuff about black lives matter he's going to be speaking with a hot chick mindy robinson he's going to be doing some stuff with zack on the hill and twitter says a radical the right facebook bans diamond and silk freaks and then let's see she mailed tranny dominating women's weightlifting until her arm broke and then we got clough world muslim mayor of london to ban knives so yeah so i don't know i don't know what he's actually gonna wake up i'll give them a few minutes maybe a get mindy on line yeah so that's only gonna i'm just gonna go break for like thirty seconds hope he wakes up by them but if he doesn't then i don't this guys looks pretty pre snug yeah all right so we've back and we'll just a few seconds right this is the milo show we'll be right back you're listening to the milo show started didn't you yep i had a long weekend meetings in california tori.
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"The people who support the idea that one plus one equals two controversially said eddie eddie murray is a the police of being told that they're out there you know there are two sides to every story on this listen for those views who in any doubt whatsoever either in the form of science correspondent for the new york times published a an entire book about this he said we've sequenced the genome the chinese are doing it the americans are doing we know and this is the technical scientific care way to express if if you want to repress people there is a statistical sense in which race is real based on our ability to read and understand and sequenced the human genome and on the number of the the amount of genetic information that we have been able to collect and process and catalogue as a species as a you know a either the sum total of science there is a statistical sense in which race is real what that means is when you look when you look at somebody's dna you can tell where they came from this is amazing i love it are there any other beautiful crazy things that telling the police so say others believed that breeds it's a socially constructed concept to disrupt the two thirds and their pure of human mayor american ethical logic textbooks and that the idea of great faith and culture and not biology a construct with peta's now embedded in our everything live it's coming slipups he'll cherry training standards bureau for new officers and year that is so depressed would you sent me a copy of vat could you sent because you can youths do you seminal snap of that maybe if you could you could you email it to me i would love to see it sure thank you if you could just sent it to use in its milo at milo dash inc dot com is milo at milo dash inc dot com i'm i would love that attache catchall thank you so much in endless have a conversation off privately because i don't wanna get you into too much trouble um if now during ram definitely have to stay neutral them that's how life at the bottom up by we have to say neutral just like come the.
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"She said that there is a higher property tax on buildings with a better view of the ocean in sweden and somebody somewhere the somebody somewhere in the government as like hid their job is to decide how good your oceanview is to work out with you had and will turn the winning lead that abdic a the fall father state for the state the our our our our our our overlords in the public sector on there's some eighty somebody's job in sweden presumably many thousands of people's jobs throughout sweden maybe a couple of hundred who knows either way to to to examine the view from certain people's houses to determine whether they have a sufficiently resplendent ocean view that they might qualify for an additional layer of property tax slip panel wary us not on a as we'll see the process well listen thank you so much recall he has been delightful uh we we were sent up the next call thank you so much this is the milo share though because nobody interviews they'll be oh we have who we have tomorrow which have we gonna call in cherbourg more who's a you see on he had it's dangerous to common and variances various other projects with us tons of fun stuff coming tomorrow up monday is our first show proper you have just two days left to subscribe to the show before disappears beyond the reach of ordinary mortals but you're it's time time for you to join a at the low price for some fifty or just a fourmonth she which he could have dangerous dot com slash join and if you want to go to uh see me in phoenix arizona you can go to dangerous dot com slash phoenix that's gonna be on ferry 23rd i'm going to be an austin again you may see me on who was valux jones yesterday on give me an austin again most likely during february i may do something public there were going to do a show in phoenix and then on the 24th i'll be flying to dc and if you have any understanding or knowledge of the timetable.
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"Really game there's a reason why i love hungary inge so much syrup look the this story has a unhappy ending but it starts beautifully the okay i am all right the co as i'll tell you the bad at the end of the story minute but they've been they've been putting examinations the include drawing a picture of a person in the rain and shot in inc block test inc blood testing the sky this is a nigeria and he comes over he says based on the fact he's a homosexual he's gonna face persecution in his home country and he filed a request for refugee status in the hungarian city of sped april 2015 at the time hungry we start face a surge of illegal immigrants from africa and the middle east crossing the eu border from serbia in a row shek tested participants perceptions of inc blogs are recorded and then an analyzed for clues about his or her personality characteristics and emotional functioning on the basis of awesome on the basis of the tests the hungarian state appointed psychologist concluded that the nigerian man was not thomas sexual at the his claim was therefore rejected prompting an appeal and of course this does have a miserable ending and i know you can tell what this isn't it the eu's top courts the european union's core of justice has banned hungarian immigration officials for good performing any more of these tests hungarian immigration officials should not have put a nigerian asylumseeker through psychological tests to determine whether he was telling the truth that he was gay the eu's top court ruled on thursday effectively barring the use of sexual orientation testing is invasion invading the most intimate aspects of life the court of justice found the unidentified man from nigeria should not have been pressured into examinations they ruled the performance of such a test amounts to disproportionate interference in the private life of the asylum seeker are you fucking kidding me while this guy's this guy's giving over luhn making up that he's gay so he has a free hung gary in taxpayer funded life i'm wearing their wind be accepting of gays and they're saying you care or we gotta do is just make sure that you really all gay.
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"Going end festival today we're going to be talking about feminism killing female pop artists before we take your calls eight three three it's milo first cool will be on the air shortly and by the way you can ask anything you like if you just want to phone up to to give me some abuse you're welcome to do so flattery always welcome substantial questions about things you've seen in news or about important societal cultural historical philosophical or aesthetic issues also welcomed and if you just want to talk about healthcare routine what we can do that left in him all right first of all interesting i at so i hit his will start with this i wrote a column for dangerous dot com which is on new home for all things milo and will things but it's not just my home in fact either right for it almost anything like as often as i should do in fact very rarely in the editor chadwick is very upset with me constantly i'm going to start trying to do that more regularly but i did right one thing that was good was my end of year round up and i said that taylor swift who's been cold nazi bobby by camille polio the most apolitical that is to say non political stall of 2017 had a great year got the press were angry because she had such a great year it occurs to me that this any really one group of people to ever really suffers from uh the the feminism with which culture is awash in that's women and i said quite some time ago that people are going to get very cheesedoff with this constant battery all of feminism and and posturing firm popstars we just wanted to johnson sing i see we don't lecture to them well katy perry being the best example well he's the evidence sociaty press says a new survey of pop charts over the past six years finds that we had now have a 2017 a 6 year low for female artists in terms of representation and also in terms of awards remarkable a 6 year low despite the fact that feminism is never been more prevalent isn't it they have a stranglehold a grip on culture wife theory about this i think i know what's happening i think people are sick of being lecture to about conspiracy theories by rich.
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"Rachel fulton brown talking about well all manner of things this week i'm very happy save my office timothy go to me his new book a after the break if you don't mind sticking around tim i'd love to ask you maybe one or two more questions is very very briefly about the book and then i want to ask you about a a new storing the federalists that that has some bearing on catholicism in particular and also on islam feel happy to stick around right after these messages we'll be back this is the milo show i'm your host milo and we're broadcasting live issues from south florida are social justice proof bunker we've made it too feminist resistant by narrowing the doors sony republicans can get through them and i'm here to tell you about my new daily show people been asking me for this for years and finally i'm doing it monday to friday over an hour of me every single week our study on january twenty nights if you sign up between now and may 29th you get a free autographed copy of my upcoming book despicable but hollywood sex crimes and the liberal journalists who covered for them and you also get it at the price forty seven fifty it is ridiculously cheap forty seven fifty for an entire year of me over now monitor friday daily show fabulous welcome back you're listening to the miler show i am milo if you want to support us get a little bit of high brown little bit of low brown a little wagner and a little paris hilton you can join us and worcestershire thank you watch the should i call that by the way i call that the and coulter thank you it's become a joke in the company now if you ever ever seen her in tv interviews or iin speeches and she's given a compliment.
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"Well we'll have to wait and see off these ministries we'll be right back this is the milo show i'm your host milo and we're broadcasting live issues from south florida are social justice proof bunker we've made it too feminist resistant by narrowing the doors sony republicans can get through them and i'm here to tell you about my new daily show people been asking me for this for years and finally i'm doing it monday to friday over an hour of me every single week our study on january twenty nights if you sign up between now and may 29th you get a free autographed copy of my upcoming book despicable but hollywood sex crimes and the liberal journalists who covered for them and you also get it at the price forty seven fifty it is ridiculously cheap forty seven fifty for an entire year of me over now monitor friday daily show fabulous we finished today with the surprising pleasant delightful news that muslim immigrants excuse me muslim migrants are finally assimilating into their host cultures in europe respecting women showing up to support gay pride and denying themselves they're allah given right to rape pillage mug shot acid in women's faces and generally acts like barbarians just getting an academic survey all asylum seekers in grass australian france has found increasing religiosity and deeply worrying antigenes toward gay people women and infidels renewal of that but adding to the mix the new addition to the pile is jews in austria which of course has as much of a migrant problem as germany this study was carried out by ed nn aslan professor of islamic religious education at the university of vienna on behalf of local authorities responsible for integration we wanted to know who lives with us explained kurt heroins in ah a city councillor for the austrian people's party which currently currently governs bolo that's the stupid names these where like austrian people's party freedom party they all sound the same in europe you can never tell the thing they do on purpose is that this perpetual coalition government thing like every political parties indistinguishable from the next in on continental european an ailing content on the continent in continental europe.
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"Newly released text between x mula team members also suggest is a text message extravaganzas today that suggests they knew the outcome of the clinton email probe in advance now the justice department is given various congressional committees nearly four hundred pages of additional text messages between those two fbi officials who were removed from special counsel robert meals investigation this is the same peter struck and lisa page sir text between them four hundred pages of text between stirs up and lisa page these two fbi officials suggest that they knew the outcome of the clinton email investigation before it had even begun and this fivemonths of texts missing that the fbi says it has lost mmm come see me in phoenix dangerous or com slash phoenix join us here at the milo show off the january twenty nine when we will be disappearing behind the a very very low it's not really a war so like a trump it's a it's more of a small a what is it not even pick picket picket fences too much at the door with a lock no no it's now eight eight eight snow it's it's it's like one of those things those gymnasts things that you just step up onto when you've won the first prize it's a very small efforts that you have to make why how high would it be more like a foot foot foot that's 47 fitter year is like stepping up two two claimed first prize as as america's most discerning consumer of media's dangerous dot com slash join we can only succeed if we do it with you this and is lost out of the show and when we come back.
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"Anyway very disappointing for uh for chelsea manning showing up not getting the fight that he wanted now onto the main news of the date jordan peterson is getting the milo treatment maybe by now you've seen a amazing kach rush into going channel four and if you haven't watched the end of this and then immediately go to youtube and find the twenty seven or twenty nine minute version because it's amazing now jordan peterson is able to do what most of his ernie dream about which is and i've done it myself in interviews on occasion but i don't always get it right i have been on channel four with kathy newman who is a or hyper hyper feminist british presenter and she asked me some of the same questions with some of the same interview technique now what kathleen human does and i don't know 'cause i haven't worked out whether this is all part of a clever strategy to get right wing is to say we and wacky and outrageous things but what she will do is show listen to a nuanced in complex onsa to a contentious an emotionally charged subject let's say the wage gap all campus rate culture and she'll listen first the trigger words and then show restate the show with simon reset in your argument what she does as she uses a few words to construct an outrageous so what you're saying is x statement which is has no relation whatsoever to what your original claim was so you might say something like well if you perform a multi very analysis you discover actually that the you know the wage gap is there for a variety of reasons not just sex and certainly not just discrimination but women's choices different educational choices women's priorities no insurance so sure she'll cut you often respond something like so what you're saying is there's no point trying to fight for quality 'cause it's never going to happen and women should just get used to not being equal and it's very difficult to respond to that kind of interviewing and it's too i don't know whether that's the result of of she's either brilliant all actually her iq is 75 either way it's it's it's effective when you're interviewing.
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"Hi this is the milo show i milo we're broadcasting live from our secret location in south florida now before we get on to the craziest thing that i have wanted to talk about for rick what time we've got robbie coming on robby olsen i'm joy villa's former manager and joyful of course is the the the market dress presidents advisory council huge figure in the trump movement it's just been weird watching this over the last couple of months and are finally managed to work out what i think about it and we'll be talking to robby pretty soon before we do that i haven't erection special mi russian special for you is about immigration throbbing throbbing erection special i am i've been looking at some numbers have also been nursing some news first of all the leaders of sanctuary cities according to homeland security secretary kiss nielsen who confirmed this on tuesday could be arrested americans get very frustrated i think with some justification that these this system where you know california can just announced itself a sanctuary state tell the federal government to go to hell with the inevitable consequence that um you know these places become lawless hell holes with depressed minimum wages and all the rest of it well the department phone injustice according to miss nielsen is reviewing want avenues may be available legally to force these replaces like california to comply with federal lawmakers and to allow ice to go in and do their jobs her confirmation came off to california's new sec sanctuary law went into effect on january the first severely restricting cooperation the state or any of its localities could offer us immigration and customs enforcement director trump humman says.
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"With how people move and their manas and their voice maybe than how they look but i guess what i see a picture i can solve tough someone's gay gavin macinnis go into trouble recently because he said that michael wolff the author of fire and fury the semifictional account of the of the of the trump campaign and white house m bannam was there they had a gay face so should be trusted he said milo and chadwick more a great homosexuals michael wolff as michael of as a gay faith in their notorious for something or other i dunno i think he was just on one of his funny rifts in the of the gay pressed took it very seriously i kind of feel like i can usually tell from a picture of someone's gay and maybe something in the back of my head some kind of evolutionary instinct or some kind of process of which i'm not fully conscious are fully aware is picking out queues left for me by their genetics by the way and so this stanford researchers saying that they're a artificial intelligence system can make measurements of the ratios between different facial features and tell with the reasonably high degree of accuracy whether somebody is gay of course people are very upset about this because i experts from google in princeton have studied the findings and they say no it's nothing to do with that this software actually relies on something else it's patents of how homosexuals and heterosexuals take self these so it's not about your facial architecture its presumably because gay people do the my space angle because they know that you're hotter from like 15 degrees up straight men just like take pictures from there from their laptop cameras down here.
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"Welcome this is the milo scher and i am your host miler fresh from kuyateh practice shit hole gate his rumbling on and with it the left in hysterics i'm loving it this is the basis for the entire immigration strategy of liberals of progressives if the democrats have left wing ponte's everywhere that we should be sharing though are bountiful opportunities with people from underprivileged parts of the world and yet when you describe those underprivileged parts of the world and fruity language suddenly all hell breaks loose leftwingers don't like shit holst described this shit holes mostly because they're proud of their record in places like st louis flint michigan newark new jersey the maxim divide and conquer which was attributed the foot the second of macedonia together with caesar and of course napoleon describes perfectly what donald trump is doing is a wonderful i mean none of this stuff this guy does is is an accident it this is all on purpose in it's brilliant and it's hilarious um just with one word managing to just swallow up the hysteria outrage lindsey graham cold mexico by the way in case you don't know this mexico and other countries hell holes in 2013 if he's changed his mind i look forward to him calling for zero immigration from mexico from now on the old man himself president barack obama called libya uscic show well we can look forward i think to the grand opening of the former presidents summer home in tripoli coming any day now the idea that immigrants are from schiphol countries is the exact sentiment expressed by the left to justify their entrance under official and unofficial refugee status says tweeter luke rosiak absolutely true and the inevitable god godwin's law of this debate we finally got it it's hit npr i love her she's great maria hino joseh an npr host who covers latino issues i'm gonna read outs who is absolutely great latino issues for the publiclyfunded stations npr that you pay for ladies and gentleman compared offices.
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"Associated with elevated mortality earned that risk rises with weight lower back pain me osteoarthritis low fertility interference with contraceptives higher risk of c section in highrisk pregnancy conditions like diabetes and hypertension higher risk of depression either chemically or through because exhausting just reading the list both through cultural fact breathing problems stroke authorites his gall bladder disease and of course death this disproportionately affects women fat women get more have problems and fat men and left on says this isn't to encourage you would be healthier instead to change society's beauty stand is to tell overweight people that they can be beauty beautiful any signs sexy any signs and healthy at any signs but that's all alone it's a complete and total lie you won't be hacked eu interference with contraceptives yes how how it is if you will fat and you all somehow able to get sex way it can make what's the role you and flower look for the wet bits it can some it can make the pill less effective so not yes or no i only not only of you got so drunk that you've gone home with a mountain but you are more likely to have mountain children from your mountain mate duly noted with another reason another reason not sex with fankoh's because they had another because they are more likely that would see their here's the problem they less fertile on a whole bought the obesity reduces the efficacy of contraceptives which means having regular sex more overall more likely to get pregnant unless they have really serious health implications from you'll be city now the left answer to this is not encourage people to be healthier they want to lie to you about the dangers of big macs breakfast and they will punish people by the way who tell the truth and there's a horrible start i said this some of seeing a in louisiana louisiana state university nor did it in full drag just to troll people you know which is not something i like to do often but i just all try and just to demonstrate to all of the.