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Chicago Weather: Afternoon Showers Ahead

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:19 sec | 3 d ago

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

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Why Can't Kids Vote?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:49 min | Last week

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

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The Experience That Leads 3 Women To Say 'Being Black Is Exhausting'

Morning Edition

04:45 min | 2 weeks ago

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.

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Censored? Joe Rogan Experience is missing episodes on Spotify

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02:42 min | Last month

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.

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A Coronavirus Update with Dr. Steven Taback

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

04:52 min | 3 months ago

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.

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Aunt Jemima Brand to Be Dropped Over Origins in Racial Stereotype

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

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

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How To Do A Proper Follow-Up Call - David Milo

Daily Sales Tips

04:03 min | 5 months ago

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

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Whole Family Wellness

All My Relations Podcast

09:25 min | 6 months ago

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.

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Physical distancing 'impossible' for the deafblind amid COVID

The Von Haessler Doctrine

05:17 min | 6 months ago

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

We Live On Zoom Now  And That Might Be a Problem

On The Media

08:54 min | 7 months ago

We Live On Zoom Now And That Might Be a Problem

"Zoom has become the default meeting place of the world. There are a lot of virtual conference APPs. What's so special about this one? It has exploded in use mostly because it's reliable. They can handle shoddy connections. It can also facilitate meetings have quite large solid. If you WANNA catch up with friends you're able to do that. And of course this free as well so plateaued from a just videoconferencing piece of software right up to a defacto social network now at last count I believe there were nine hundred crap. Tilles zoom users. But it's free. So what's the business model? It's not advertising. So what then right where they do to encourage people to upgrade to them will premium plans. You can page more features maybe could add more people and businesses especially do this as well but of course there is a loss of alum data transfers loudest while we. Yeah well hold. That thought you first started reporting on Zoom in twenty nineteen even then it showed itself to have one major glitch. Tell me about it. Yeah in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. A research found a pretty serious problem with zoom in that Pretty Skilled Hackett would be able to take over a web camera of Zuma music. Obviously this is probably the last thing you want. Twenty using video conferencing piece of software. Fortunately zoomed did fix that issue but apple also had to push update to sort of deal with it itself as well and put a blemish on zooms record. Yeah and you've been documenting the blemishes. Let's start with the facebook data issue. Facebook and data are two words that when combined give you the Hebrew? Jb's what are the particulars? So I found that when you open the zoom APP It would send data to facebook regardless of whether you actually had a council. Thanks pickle knelt so this included the type of phone. You were using the time zone city you connecting from and unique appetizing. Id that accompany could use potentially two targets advertisements in the future. The key thing was that this was not mentioned explicitly in zooms privacy policy. I mean a lot of APPs do this. It's certainly not uncommon for APPs to send data to facebook. But you would hope for us to make an informed. Decision companies would actually disclose information. And that's not what they did. When I contacted zoom to comment. They took some time a few days later. They actually signed to remove the code that send the data to facebook. Didn't they claim that they weren't even aware that this code was in their software and that facebook was getting this data you know is it just like yeast sitting ambient in the air. How could they not realize that? The code was there so lots of companies including facebook. They push out these so-called software development kits rusty KS which basically bundles of Code Levin APP to lots of features. That means that the APP developer doesn't have to build it from the ground up themselves so he could use the FACEBOOK S. T. K. To perhaps log into Soom via facebook but of course a scientific of that is the cameras result in some of this data transfer and zoom apparently. Wasn't aware of that when they started using this code. Now there is something else that's going on. I guess in the realm of unintended consequences. If you sign up to zoom using your company email you get a bonus now so if you sign up if you'll company or your work email is due will kind of pool if those uses together. So let's say I sign up in my work. Email Joseph Cox advice dot COM resume. Ooh than put all of a vice come uses in my contact list and this is supposed to make it easier for colleagues to communicate with one another because it puts them in the context. That's an interesting featuring it might be helpful. But some users I spoke to they found when they were signing that personal email addresses not affiliated with work whatsoever. They were having fountains of people pushing so that contacts Who will complete strangers and this gave them the ability to trying to start a video call with them. See that name see that photo and see if they were online it seems to be a bit of oversight from Zoom in mats. They allowed some addresses. G Milo Yahoo to not work this feature. But they haven't done it for every single Imelda to make this really weird side effect of strangers exposing their data to one another now. Are there any actual horror stories attendant to this glitch? Not particularly with that issue but it does relate more to the more general zoom bombing issue. Zoom meetings are getting hijacked in a new trend called zoom bombing. I it just seemed like people were checking in and then very quickly devolved into a lot of pornographic images being dumped as screen shots people hosting the public zoom meetings. You know maybe they put out a link and they say hey. We're having a guest today. Who's going to lecture about something or educates us about something and you're welcome to join if you want. But some people are joining and then using a featuring zoom allows them to share. What's on their computer? They press a button and then they abutting resume cool with hardcore pornography. Right help to hate speech against minorities so there is a real spectrum here of all. It may be a funny little prank right up to where they can. It should be targeted harassment as well. You could possibly on your meeting but if you wanted to be public don wants to do that. So you have to go into the settings and disable something else like not letting people share their screens. The burden is delegated to the user to work fast out. There's a one final issue and that concerns. The companies claim that it offers end to end encryption of its matings. That just isn't true. Yeah in their marketing material on their website. Zoom prominently says they have end to end encryption. And this means ensure that if I'm having a zoom conference cool the only two entities can be able to read that communication will view it. It's GonNa be me and the person I'm speaking to the attraction then twins encryption. Why messaging platforms such as what sap have rose. How ever zoom simply does not use into encryption? Even though it says it does the intercept. Fallon's when they went through the technical details approach the company Zoom omitted. It doesn't actually do this. And of course. Incredibly misleading marketing and that needs to be remedied and use these there is also a trade off because zoom has become so large so rapidly and technical limitations of you being able to dial into meeting with a telephone call. Robin with the computer is actually quite complicated to get end to end encryption going but that doesn't mean they should be misleading uses about US tool. It turned out that the only thing that was end to end encrypted was the messaging that users could do back and forth individually while in the larger meeting by Ms Course if use of reads the website and sees encryption. It's not it's going to be fair to the user to assume that that means myzone meetings my big conference schools with my friends. Will my company also criticism this way? But unfortunately that's not the case and these sorts of encryption they used US potentially gives zoom the possibility to look at more use the data. Then it would be if it was properly encrypted. None of what we've been discussing seems that zoom is a menace to our privacy in large way but the company has gotten into the sites of various regulators. What's going on New York? Since lesser to zoom asking him to clarify Walsall Security Measures in privacy protections. They have actually put in place especially as zoom has skyrocketed in popularity and then after our reporting about the facebook data transfer a user did file a class action lawsuit in California citing the state's new data protection. Act arguing that use. The data was transferred without permission. So we have to see if she sends up in court on a K. Principle of Internet law is the notion that platforms are not responsible for the content that they pass along to users. We're zoom fit in in this notion of being held harmless for the mischief of those who use the platform. Yes maybe five. Ten years ago there was a much more widespread belief that facebook and twitter and social networks could be sort of hands off the uses. That thing and we'll stop you if you do anything illegal. But that sort of it that's has been a great cultural shift in that especially around the social networks and they are being particularly more hands on when it comes to all sorts of contents especially harassment. As well and I think logically that could extend to zoom because it's not just a video conferencing piece of software. Today it has become a social network. Children are using zoom teenagers. Young adults everybody basically is on this platform and when harassment is taking place when racial harassment is taking place logically. Zoom also has the same sort of responsibility to protect its uses. Is there a larger lesson to be drawn here? Just about the general risk taken the trade offs that we make when taking advantage of technology particularly social media. The utility is obvious there but not without its dangers. Yeah I mean when a social media ramp or any sorts of communication tech platform you know skyrockets in popularity people need to bear in mind particular risks of that and maybe if the APP hasn't received all that much scrutiny before maybe uses onto worry about that of course it would be nice if companies prioritized the engineering of privacy insecurity before they became massive communication platforms. But at least maybe they can deal with that

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"milos" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"milos" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"One of the tallest one of the strongest physically guys on the tour has one of the biggest serves and. Yeah Yeah I gotta be ready for missiles coming from from his side of the net and You know I've played him here before five years ago. In quarters you you know. He's I'm really glad to see him being healthy and playing on a really good level again you know. He's a great guy. I've known him for many years. He's a good friend. Speak the same language. And it's nice to seeming quotas so there's Novak Djokovic talking about playing me lost in the quarter-finals at the Australian Open James. Yeah what what you what you're dealing with going into the tournament when you when you go into. The Australian Open is a very much a long shot in fact he was seated. I think thirty two all bets sir. OFF NOW Steve. This is the best roller has ever played. He says it himself best. No injury no injuries at all and so I. It's it's a different deal here. You're a little bit. He's the ranking was out of whack. First of all if you've seen him play and not not dropping sat and this could be the. This could be the week week. You know this could be the week for this guy so I watch more of the skills. Competition actually enjoyed it skills. Competition went on Friday in the NHL. And I I also had the three on three competition for the women for the first time and that was part of the mix as well actually enjoyed it all. I saw a lot of people posting that it was great and not just the women I mean. The women put on a display of skill. They were able to try some of the trick stuff because it was way more room. MM to operate out there and there was some really really good bits of dangling. I thought by the lady so how long how long day for women's hockey I'd say I'm I'm Tony under the bus here. How long was it? Two periods to full periods two periods. I think they were either ten or fifteen minutes each period and they only got three goals. Total that's right. Wow Yeah in fairness to them to write. It'd be the first time they've played in that format. Oh yeah yeah they do it every once in a while. I'm sure in an overtime time setting in a in a tournament here there but yeah no they don't play nearly as much as the NHL players do right and when you when you if you look back at the when three hundred three started in the NHL The way they play it now compared to the way they started is completely different right. They had to adapt data. Figure it out and so you know a bunch of coaches are looking at this thing saying okay here we go. We've got to look at this totally different than we do in in the in the basics of plan five on five yeah so because one of the rules that they wanna get rid of in that three three is once you you crack the offensive zone and coming over the Blue Line often because there's so much ice near controlling the puck guys. It's SORTA go do a zone defense. Almost you know. Is they skate. Back out over the Blue Line to regroup and a lot of people I've talked octave gotTa stop that you know we gotta stop that. Yeah you play. I think he eats easy. Just play like Half Court and basketball right once you've reached the offensive zone donen basketball. You can't carry the ball back into your own zone. You treat the Blue Line the same way in three on three right. I I say if you do that. And you decide to bring the PUCK backout intentionally intentionally without being under serious duress like no one's hit the puck or anything you've just decided I'm going to bring it back out. Well then you have. I think he just fling the puck into the offensive zone and bailout and the other team come back out. Yeah that three threes there to stay man. You know like in other things that they've done in sports where they tried to play it. If it doesn't quite work right okay gases. We never thought of it. You know we. We always known trial period. But this three they're gonNA keep fixing it and maybe that's the east where women can thrive who knows like maybe we don't really have a pro three on three league. Maybe ladies three on three league would hold some appeal. I Dunno just throwing that out there as a possibility. Maybe maybe I don't know because everyone loves it. Everyone loves it not. Everybody loved Green Day. Green in day was performers the NHL All Star game this year. I like Green Day. I used a bunch of their songs from my old senator. Playoff song parodies parodies Alfredsson left side to read piece played reading on the power..

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"milos" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"milos" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"To it so I was trying to sort of capture the way it makes me feel and first of all. It's sort of like this immediate stop. You know just this immediate. I don't know what to tell you when you hear it. He's not I don't know him and I met him. I was at a Laker game and I met him very quickly. I got to sit floor side. You know for a game he was in and I got to see him. But you know just just I guess the best way to put it as I stumbled through. My words is just unspeakable unthinkable. Tragedy guy gets up normal day. I think it was his own helicopter. He moves around in that thing and and you know they take off it. Catches fire crashes and kills everybody. Just an awful awful thing you know awful thing and and then and then once my world wants to get sort of back and takes me about ten seconds I immediately go to to. Oh my God you know I think of my own kids I think in my own kids or you know if if if how how tough it would be on the on the family with the loss of a parent you know. I wasn't the out just brutal just brutal brings me back. I mean I had a brother right. who was killed and it brings me back to that that moment in that day? And and you're you're you know anyone who's sort of anyone always feels for everybody else you know in that thing and God just an awful thing. There's three young. There's there's three other siblings. I think her young's newborn to and his wife like I've always said it. Just I never wired for it. You know who is when when you hear about it and just just terrible terrible terrible thing You know about life sucking walking. Yeah it's one of those deals where you just sort of realized how randomly these things can happen and You need to hold on to those. That are close to you and and just is difficult because you know I think about how many times dozens of times because my daughter played Travel Hockey and And travel soccer. We're going down to Philadelphia like in the middle of winter and some of the worst conditions. Everyone we always made home safe and sound and never really thought much about it. But you know it's one of those there but for the grace of God go. I think it just makes you have second thoughts and all that I just feel badly in any circumstance in these types of situations but when you think about the life of king that Kobe Bryant still had yet to live the guy ahead minimum probably forty more years left on this planet living the best kind of life so very sad indeed. Yeah you know it it. It gives you an idea when when you hear that news on your and you're just like I say it just you come to a grinding halt for the next ten. Twenty seconds You know trying to figure it out and You know the the world is is laced with sports now right with social media and the television coverage of everything and so so everyone's up to speed on anything that goes on in sports. You know of any and he thrift. You know With with all of them all of them right even even women right who who were at big sports fans now. Are you know have access to all this stuff and and it gives you an idea when you hear a sports hero that that dies. Tragically that even your sort of you know you're affected by it so it gives you gives you this this sense that how big sports is and how galvanizing it is and how wonderful it is You know in the big picture we all we all we all dissect. It's Steve we do it every every day. What happened the day before and sports but for me I get this? You get this sense of. What's what sports sports and Sports Heroes Mean to children and families and friends and fans so you probably take more away from? We're watching a world championship or a guy breaking a record or or longevity retiring and all that stuff that man sports really bake AAC sports is really big beyond beyond beyond being a fan. You know that the reason you may feel terrible about this thing today is because we all love our heroes. You know we all we all love Guys who make a mark in this world through sports That's part of it too because it's our heroes who make a mark in sports and and they're put on a pedestal and they're so revered that's why there's so much self reflection in something like this that you know if something random like this can happen to someone so famous in so wealthy good looking healthy beautiful family all everything and Hero. It's Gut Punch. It's it's a reality. Check in reminder how fragile it always yup beyond sports when you think when you think of the tragedies you know more recently the drummer from rush pert Neil peered Johnny Rodgers right. He's you know he's a works for TV. Right right. Sales Guy Scherf manager there and hilarious guy and he's a drummer. And when I when I hear that news and and this is not to dismiss the tragedy of all that but I don't know how to say this but I'm because I'm a wild sports fan and not a big rock fan. I feel it got a little more when when Kobe died. You know this guy but all you gotta do is go online and and watch what that it means. I don't i. I suspect John Never met this guy but he was he was a hero of his. And if you see his post the guys devastated and and certainly coby. Brian GonNa have that effect on a lot of people and for sure and All kinds of tributes pouring in not only across the NBA but across the sporting world. And I was looking at Kareem Kareem abdul-jabbar had one and games continued. I got to admit I was a little surprised because I thought that might debate consideration to say you know what we're GonNa Postpone Games today to later in the season you looked at the raptors. Today they took on the Spurs and they started up the game with both teams allowing the twenty four. Second can shot clock to expire right after Tip Off on Taoist honor Kobe. Who Wore of course number twenty four So there's all kinds attributes like I say and you heard the one coming out of the start of the show there as well and also on social media. People are posting things that are just breaking my heart like Jimmy. Kimmel people had Kobe bride on the show and they had this great conversation about his daughters basketball aspirations. Kobe's daughter who also passed passed away today she She wanted to be a WNBA star in a great conversation about that. And I also see it. Posted everywhere Kobe Bryant's Oscar Oscar. Winning animated short called Dear Basketball. The basically was his farewell to the sport of basketball. And certainly. That's that is very much a different feel today so at the end of the program here today. We're GONNA play that. It's only like three or four minutes long so it's basic Kobe. Bryant narrating the whole thing saying goodbye to basketball and listening to it now now on the day after he passes away as a very very different feeling for sure. So we'll get to that at the end of the program. We'll take a timeout right now. When we come back on the show we will get into some other things that was the NHL All star weekend? So we'll get into that in me lows around which is doing very very well at the first Grand Slam of the season the Australian Open so again of the into that and much more the Swat heads.

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"milos" Discussed on The AO Show

The AO Show

06:56 min | 9 months ago

"milos" Discussed on The AO Show

"Each other Actually two weeks ago and Almost like three zero so. I'm happy that I tried to to to do something differently to to find solutions for me I try to mix it up a bit and You know make her run and the do do my game and which has helped a lot and That I did actually pretty good. That the second set Hopefully I can play this relaxed and I can show what I can really. They do in women's doubles top seeds and stretch of a through to the quarterfinals. After defeating uric ENNSTAL IANOVICH in straight sets in men's doubles the Bryan brothers through to the quarters others with winnow the dosage and polemic and in mixed doubles Miller and stritch Uva were outdone by Murray and medic sands looking looking ahead today. Nick curious will make the leap from the familiar rounds of Millburn arena to Rod Laver arena his much anticipated fourth-round showdown with Rafael. And the doll. Paul it's an eight Korea meeting for the past four three dollars. Why in the head to head but curious has a two one advantage on hardcourts? The Spaniard was asked his impressions. Shinzo the unpredictable Australian ahead of the match. Do you like me I i. Of course when he does staff that in my opinion is this is not good either like when he plays good denny's and he he shows Paschall for for this game is a positive Blair for for our tour and I want my toe bigger not smaller so the players who makes it to be important for the tour and when he's ready to play his best tennis and play with fashion. He's one of these guys. Doll is yet to drop a set this tournament. Having spent a little over just six hours on court. That's three fewer than curiosity being pushed to four and five sets in his past two matches. But the Ozzy says he's looking forward to the battle playing one of the greatest tennis players on on Santa Cora a urine slam another comes as with him. He had a pretty relatively retain much. He's going to be feeling good so I'm looking forward to play. I Guess Tournament boss Craig. Tyley has told extra curious will need every minute. He can to recover nick pulls up this morning but he was pretty spent lost. Seem Coming back to the locker room but these athletes again the ice boss. They have a good night's sleep a day of rest today. All those things I I hope he's done And and then he'll and in tomorrow or you'll be playing later so another chance to race and by the time he gets on the cold and get the crowd behind you in the Jalen against going and and also the fact that there is a rivalry in other matches tense. Eight Gallon won't face takes on fifth say Dominique Tame top Russian hub to kneel Medvedev faces two thousand fourteen champion Stanford Rinca while Andre Rube Labs squares off against Alex Sheriff Social and also for a long time time because we used to play juniors together so we we know which are the four women years will ripley couple of times. It's a bit me all of them. Quite easy okay. So final. Both of them really well. And we'll see what's going to happen in women's mins fourth-round action not sade. Kiki bitten takes on time major winner. Gardenia mulgrew on Rod Laver arena courtney new telling the a maiden major fourth-round showing thing is a milestone for the Dutchwoman. You'll be able to swing freely. I think they're really won't be too much pressure on Kiki. Despite the fact that she's higher seat atop ten seed in that matchup some. I'm very curious to see how it plays out. I think a lot of it really depends on Barrington's whether or not she she comes out with a more aggressive game style. She's been much more passive at this tournament And it's paid off offer her but she knows that against Gardenia. She's going to have to take her shots. She's going to have to serve well and if she does then that's going to be a very competitive match. If she doesn't Magritte's can really run away with the two thousand. Eighteen semifinalist mittens takes on two thousand. Eighteen runner-up Simona HALEP. That's a bit of a toss up I like Hal. I think she's playing so relaxed. So freely here without much pressure despite the fact that she wants this title very badly. She wants to do it for her coach. Darren Cahill and she wants to get closer to completing the the career Grand Slam and she needs the ozzy to do it so So yeah I'd give the edge to Simona but at least Martins. has this way of just really really frustrating top seeds at times and she's obviously ah a former semi-finalist so she's been at the stage before it shouldn't be new tour. The building spoke to the IRS. Show the head of the match. Has the reception bane in in your third main draw appearance here. It is actually only my third appearance. So it's pretty crazy I just feel really relaxed and calm here. And everybody's so friendly. I feel a little bit like Hohmann. Yeah every time I come back I I really hope to do well to have some great results here and of course it's a grand slam so he really WanNa win. Simone is flying under the right up a little bit this year. I mean. She's the former finalist. Here what do you make of her as an opponent in the round of sixteen. Well it's really going to be difficult I played couple times already. And she's a she's a fighter she gets a little bowls back and I really have to play aggressive in the core auto. Is You know I will be running back and forth so hello. I'll be have to be mentally ready in other matches tomorrow. Angelique KIP Anastazia. Chink of a ecosphere tech plays a net contact for spots in the last night. Well there's always plenty of discussion about how long will be waiting for the next generation of men to make their mark on the Grand Slam stage lights. We hit the grounds of Melbourne Park to say who the fans would prefer to have in their corner. The big three or the next gen ago. The older guys The young again because they I have no potential mind would be the guys say no more about what they're doing. The owner generation has so much experience. Talent cloths apologised the next one. We we need some challenge going forward. The guys I mean top three the beloved things too like oviously appreciate the new tennis players. But I'm very much happy to see the big three in Florida. I want and need to come back to stick with the top three the young plant. It's great to see the new Leads actually competing with the guys and keeping the exciting computer. Have you got any five applies with the odor of the new guys coming through from camera. So Nick Carroll's this story and so inventive and capes because guessing Dennis then is your Pablo Apollo pilot. He seems to be on the right path. Well that's that's all from day seven at the Australian Open. Join me again tomorrow for the continuation of the fourth round. 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"milos" Discussed on The AO Show

The AO Show

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"milos" Discussed on The AO Show

"Federal Service for Hello and welcome to the show the dice seven of the Australian Open. I'm John Hoover is bringing you the big stories every day of the main drill today on the show Cocoa Lar- as Safiya snuff skull. He's such a tough players all respect her should play a great match by so happy to be through the next round Kavita petrifies Sakari draw from her creative off a resurgent reineck surges on to get the most out myself out on my tennis. I gotta be in a state of mind. Plus all the key results a preview of and the big three or next Gen who to the fans live finisher Pablo. It seems to be on the right path. That's coming up on the show. Isto she takes down fellow countrywoman mm-hmm and one kid cocoa Goff's Chom Australian Open. Ron has been brought to an end by compatriot Safiya Kenan the fifteen year. Old won the opening set in a tiebreak but Kenan stormed home with a wet sale to win six seven six three six love. I mean she's having a great year and everything so I knew it was gonna be a tough match. It's it's not easy playing a fellow American but I'm just happy to on through golf. Exhibiting a maturity beyond her years. Yeah at a lot of fun. The crowd was really uh-huh rooting for me in. I mean I had a great tournament and I'm looking forward for doubles tomorrow. I mean I was disappointed. I lost obviously But I don't really think doc anything with Naomi or my previous matches had anything to do. I think and naturally when I lose. I'm just a bit emotional courtney new in from the WTI has is told the show Kenan deserve so time in the spotlight as Sophia Cannon. A player who finish the year as the number two American. She was tied with Ash. Bardy for the number of hardcore wins last season and won three titles and yet nobody was really talking about it very much. Despite the fact that she had become one of the most dangerous players on the tour she knocked out Serena Williams from wrong girls last year so she came into this tournament as a legitimate threat. We were all keeping an eye on her but against cocoa. Gov What we've seen is that it's it's difficult to play a fifteen year old. There's is a little bit of that stress of not wanting to lose to a youngster and especially as an American but Sephiha contemplated a perfect match just minimize errors. Drop that I set what was able to come back Jack and really just took away from cocoa golf and reasserted herself and then maybe now is when the the Kennan hype machine begins because she has absolutely done everything that you can possibly. We do to deserve it. Quarterfinals Taylor last year. In Two thousand twenty six it you'll shortages. Path of destruction has continued this time at the expense of Marin Chile the thirty second state extinguishing the flame of the twenty eighteen runner up seven five six four seven six. The was unfortunate. I had some problems with my back that that just started in the second round appear the next month against motifs. That didn't help as well to play for our so today just felt it and and I was not a hundred percent with my serving but still You know Meals played unbelievable tennis. And he's just showing that he's in great form maybe the best form I've seen him during his career and and You know from my own opinion and middle playing against him. I feel he's Has A has a really good chance to win the tournament. The lumbering Canadian. Five down an incredible thirty thirty five aces for the match. There's a lot of other things. I think I'm doing well at this point so regardless if it was the comeback if I can get that I serve Kevin I think I put myself in a good position. I think moving while I think I'm taking The first opportunity to be aggressive. I think I'm doing those things well and I'm always putting pressure so it definitely makes it easier. If I can come up with ace but you know I know I can back it up after that as well. It's a new dawn for having been plagued by injury for years has finally League straps in body and mind when you do step out on the court especially. I don't know how long I can play healthy for and these kinds of things I haven't done it in a while. Hopefully this. This time I have found the answers in the solutions but I WanNa give myself the best chance so I gotta take care of not only my body to I gotta take care of the mind and make sure I'm in the right state of mind that every time I step out on the core I give myself the best possible opportunity. The Canadian booked in a fourth round clash with defending champion Novak Jock Itch. Who took care of Diego? Schwartzman in straight-sets feels great. They had a fantastic Couple matches in a row center court. Last two rounds rounds of I've felt more confident going through the ball hitting serves really well. Today was a good test because Diego was informed orm having dropped a set. He has dropped the set in three rounds. So you know. Obviously he can be a very dangerous opponent from the baseline. If you give him time I knew that and I stepped out on the court with a clear game. Plan what I need to do and I think I kept things Pretty Much in control and all three sets and all in all it was a very solid fund tennyson grenades back into the last ice in Melbourne after winning four set tug of war against Fabio Feeney. He spent an average match time of more than three and a quarter hours on court. Seemed like he's having some blister issues as well as his play. Dropped a little bit to start the force of sorry the second set It wasn't just my good play was got four zero so it's one of those you know it's a roller coaster with him. Sometimes you know. Sometimes you're just a passenger with what's going on. He doesn't play well and then all of a sudden he's playing the amazing and you're kind of stuck with your hand your pockets like shoot. I'd like to play tennis too out here. So just that that second set was kind of quintessential Fabio with how how it can go down. Sandra now faces Roger Federer who came back from sit down to Bait Hungarian Martin. Savage in four sets was. That's a tough start. I thought that Martin play clean a struggle to the rest of the match. Course I give me a beatdown down from the baseline so maybe it took my confidence away a little bit and just took some time. I was looking into maybe mix it up a little bit more gets gets really slow in nighttime especially in his cool like this so just have to figure it out and finally found a way at a good start of the second set and from then on things go to the bit easier Other results women's top seed ash body defeated Alison riske six. Three one six six four avenging. Her Two Thousand Nineteen Wimbledon lost cost to the American both tons of played. Alison have been tough matches. I've been in a position where I put myself in. The position I was in a winning position wasn't able to kind of go on with it and I think to not it is important to get off to a good start. A bit of a disappointing second set rose a little bit loose and just pressed a bit too much but Very proud of the way that will kind of able to to bring it back in the third and go back to the patents at all. Wants to play body now has a quarter-final rematch with Petrick. UVA who booked spot in the last night with a testing three-set win of Maria Sakari played a great match today and I think mentally for me was very tough today but I think in the end of the day mental overthrow strong side for me. And that's helped me to win. The seventh seeds Karch yeary Vanik shedding. Some light on their working. Relationship just was focused on her game and she needs to her aggressive on let Maria like little bit. She liked dangles and she liked to open you. And let you run and Petrov's like in the beginning parole nerves nervous. And then she found her game to bluegrass stood up in the in the court and then she found her with them on burs dream. Ron has continued with a straight sets win over. The woman removed Serena Williams one Sean. We'll playing playing. Her was was amazing. Such an amazing player. We played.

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US announces countrywide ban on flavoured e-cigs

Roe Conn

01:47 min | 10 months ago

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

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Milo Ventimiglia talks his new film 'The Art of Racing in the Rain'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

12:01 min | 1 year ago

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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Meet The VP Of Parking Who Is For More Mass Transit

Daily Detroit

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Meet The VP Of Parking Who Is For More Mass Transit

"That. The daily Detroit podcast is brought to you by Milo Milo is a marketing agency that produces amazing experiences for audiences.

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"milos" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"milos" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"That is so much more offensive than Milo Yannopoulos saying feminism is cancer, or whatever else, he said he told he told his story of. Having sex as a teenager with an adult man and said he didn't feel bad about it. Okay. If you shared your politics, you would say it's victim blaming to blame him for that situation right. It's just it's fucking insane. So the same the same group of people who will say that Milos words are so dangerous will now say that calling everybody disagree with a Nazi is okay. That's no big deal. And also throwing milkshakes at people is funny, somehow like that's just funny. You know, a lot of people that I've seen online have made the point, because they're actually, as argument, you really can't believe it. But again, I've said this many times before, if social Justice warriors cared about being logically consistent, they wouldn't be social Justice warriors. So there's almost no point in even talking to them about that. But just for the same people who are listening, the same people who will argue that, you know, microaggressions are violence will also argue that throwing a milkshake at someone isn't violence. That's just fine. And a lot of people on Twitter have made the point where they've been like you know, there's people who have had like acid attack. Wchs. And when you're being attacked, you really have no idea, whether that's a milkshake or acid. You don't really know it kind of takes a second to see that, but. And it's a fair point. But leave that aside. If can throw a milkshake on somebody and just think that's okay. Like they're just going to take that tell you something. And I said, this is somebody who's committed to nonaggression if somebody throws a fuck and milkshake on somebody, and that guy beats them unrecognizable. I completely get it might be a little bit of overreaction. But I don't think anybody watching that video is going to be like, oh, no. That was, why would that guy do that? You're a grown man and you go and throw a milkshake on another man be prepared for fucking confrontation. So anyway, here's the thing, right? And this is like what it really comes down to is that the situation for all these people like Milos a Nazi, which is just fucking ridiculous. I really I really think it comes down to the fact that people have people used the term racist, so loosely that it holds no wait anymore. So now they have to go to Nazi. But it's just, you know, like I said, trying to argue that Milo is a racist difficult argument trying to argue that he's a Nazi is just downright stupid. I mean and it's just it's, it's so dumb. It's I don't even know why spending time responding to it. I guess just because it's been said, by so many people. But you're going to argue that it's dangerous to give this guy a platform. That's, that's what a lot of people are saying and. It's not as if we're plucking Milo out of obscurity, and giving a platform Milos a pretty big person, you know, he's been on Rogan. He's been on Bill Maher show. He's been on a bunch of big shows, so it's not as if we're creating my low, we're booking somebody who we think is an interesting, guess that's going to be a funny podcast because by the way, that's the agenda of legion of skanks, the only agenda that shows ever had is to put out a funny show. So you can say it's dangerous to give this guy platform..

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"milos" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"milos" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Let's get back into the show. So there's this spectrum between the worst shit that's ever existed and something anybody could be guilty of, and so you just hear the word and it's brilliant propaganda because it almost empl. Is the worst thing ever. But then they can label anybody. They want to be racist. Okay, if you're talking about the worst Shet the reason why the word is repugnant to most decent people. You're talking about the really really bad stuff being married to a black dude, kind of eliminates all of that. So if you mean racist like he's politically incorrect. He's been critical of black lives matter, like, okay, I guess, maybe you could level that at him for most reasonable people, I think you'd have a pretty hard time making a convincing argument. That Milo is a racist to say that Milo is a Nazi is fucking insane, just insane. And I don't know what else to say about that. There is nobody I will put this open invite to anybody who wants to come in on part of the problem and have this conversation with me have this debate with me, if you think you can argue that Milo is a Nazi come in and argue that with me. It's just insane. And this is from a guy who disagrees with them on a bunch of stuff that he said, I wasn't a Trump supporter. He was a huge Trump supporter. We have lots of disagreements again for the people on the fucking left. Right. Here's the indifference. I have lots of lots of disagreements with Milo. I, I don't know. Exactly. But I bet we have major profound differences, like he's a Trump supporter. I'm an anarchist. My guess would be he supports the military. I don't my guess would be he's, he's in favor of Rudy Giuliani. I bet he's a real cop lover. I'm not really major differences. Guess what we're going to sit down tonight and do a podcast. We're gonna laugh, we're going to have a good time. And I bet you will leave fucking like we're cool. That's the difference between him. And you guys I have disagreements with you guys. It's like well, you're a Nazi then or as I've been told recently, I'm a Nazi sympathizer. There's another angle, by the way. If you wanna play this whole game of being offended by words like someone said something, that's so offensive, which is really what you're playing. That's all that Milos done is he's said some. Things that you find -fensive like, okay, fine. Well. At the risk of almost sounding like one of these left-wingers like I don't wanna get too much into playing their game. But let's be fair. There are some things that are actually really offensive to say, like I'm not against that. I I've never seen my low actually do any of that shit. But like I could imagine a certain thing, like if there was some, some white guy who walked up, whatever walk down the street and saw a black guy and was like go go pick my cotton nigger and some left, he was like that is so offensive. I'd be like absolutely, yes. That is a horrible thing to say to a black guy. And I'm sure there's other examples of things too. But, like that's just that's a horrible thing to say to somebody. So there are some things that I think it's like appropriate to be offended by that. Let me say this, calling me a Nazi sympathizer. Somebody whose family was slaughtered, by Nazis, pretty goddamn offensive thing to fuck and say, and you will just throw it out, willy nilly, like whatever. It doesn't matter. I'm just repeating the pop. Our political talking points that are completely safe that won't get me in trouble. Well, you will just say the most profoundly offensive thing. Somebody me who's a Jew of German descent, whose family kind of got fucked over by the Nazis literally my grandfather's, the only one who made it out alive. The rest were all slaughtered, whatever I don't like to play this chord lot because I don't really like it's not really relevant because what they're saying isn't even real Nazi is just a term for who you don't like. But just say that is way more offensive than anything that Milos ever said the idea that you would just use the term Nazi us something that real people suffered under for whatever you don't like I'll just vote, you know, one of the worst groups of people who have ever existed just to, to score some political points..

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Trump slams social media sites after Facebook bans

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Trump slams social media sites after Facebook bans

"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

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Milo Ventimiglia discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Milo Ventimiglia discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"This is us actor Milo Ventimiglia the tongue in cheek award presented by a couple of undergrads who said that Milo was named the world's sexiest vegetarian alive by pita. Even though everyone sees

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Milo Ventimiglia, Newsradio Harvard And France discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

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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High profile creators leave Patreon

podnews

02:18 min | 2 years ago

High profile creators leave Patreon

"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

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Mandy Moore Weds Taylor Goldsmith Hours After Cat Dies In Her Arms

Z Morning Zoo

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Mandy Moore Weds Taylor Goldsmith Hours After Cat Dies In Her Arms

"His plan. Sunday, married, Mandy, Mary Attila Goldsmith from the rock band Dawes. If you know who they are they didn't made these backyard fifty year. So people heard this is us co-stars Milo Ventimiglia, Jack, Chrissy Mets sterling K Brown, plus her friend Minka Kelly, even manny's ex Wilmer Valderrama was a guest. But how sad is that? Your cat dies on Saturday night and Sunday morning. You're getting married and all your guests show. Can where's your cat? Where's your? Here's an engagement that will not only relegates a wedding that won't happen. Paris. Hilton's engagement is off. She and her fiance. Chris Zylka Zilkha Zeljka broke up a few weeks ago. They had been engaged since January. Now, a source the always reliable. Stores says the relationship moved very fast. She realize it

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"milos" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"milos" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Thank you and stay safe tomorrow. Here the stuff the more. I believe what Jordan Peterson says every day. Exactly, it's crazy. What we've done to an entire generation of snowflakes. I mean, can you imagine that this and look I can get away with saying this because I have heritage you got this little Jewish guy with a yarmulke on that makes these these students feel so unsafe. I mean, Ben Shapiro's by height. He's not fight by at all the least threatening person I've ever seen in my life. He's an intellectual. He just happens to be a conservative. That's that's his only sin that apparently leaves people screaming f Ben Shapiro, and I need a safe space. But what does he say that's so threatening leak when I listened to him just hear somebody having intellectual debate. And it's like everybody's mind blows up today. They need they need to find somewhere where they can be safe from Ben Shapiro. I mean, I'm sorry. But anybody who knows what you know. Ben Shapiro looks like and if you don't go Google. Scared. I'm not I'm not scared of Ben Shapiro. I'm not scared of Milo Yannopoulos Milo and Milo would mind me saying this because I have said it to his face Milos ferry and any he is like a fairy Princess, I don't mean like, I know that's a derogatory term. But I meant like he's like lilos. Milo shushi. No, I mean, you're not scared of Milo. I know it's tough talk. But Milos not not a tough guy. I people are afraid of an colder. You know, a good wind will blow and colder over she is tiny. She's tall. But she's so thin you literally sometimes I walk Byron. She sways, you know, I don't like to pose for pictures with her. She makes me look like Genghis Khan. You gotta you know. These are not scary looking people. I mean. I could see if you said that you felt terribly threatened by. I'm trying to think of who they must feel terribly threatened by. But it's never big scary. Looking people. They're just afraid of intellectuals. They're just frayed of conservatives. That's all. I mean, they threw tips out of a bar in Brooklyn this weekend. Not for nothing, but cat, Tim physi-, even less menacing than Ben Shapiro. She's a little girl with glasses and yet they threw out of a bar not because of anything she said because she's very moderate the she works at FOX the left has lost their collective minds. I mean, you said you just saw Chuck Schumer says he's outraged is outraged at the department of Justice has decided that Whitaker can can be the acting attorney general. Well, of course, he can be this is legit, and legal, and the fact that he served as the chief of staff to Jeff Sessions. Just clinches it. Okay. And they should be a little less psychotic about things that were positive about Donald Trump and negative about the Muller. And he doesn't think the well, guess what? There are a lot of legal scholars who think that this investigation has been launched on faulty premises this fake, dossier and all that other stuff come on. It's not you don't have to be out there to think there's something wrong with the Muller probe. As a matter of fact, everybody knows there's something wrong with the Muller probe. Follow.

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"milos" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"milos" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Good but that's that's I know I know I know I just. Thought I'd tell. You all, right I hope withhold judgment anybody that says okay he's going to turn into Cole. Hamels from two thousand eight that beat mad in the, World Series come, on you can't make that leap based on what we've seen but smart guy you. Have to trust the fact that coming to contender is going to. Mean something he got hit really hard and his two seam fastball this year I think he's going to probably just go away. From, it to be honest and go back to what, really made him. Successful I I would imagine and ask them the last, night but I will but. I would imagine pitching. In that ballpark in Texas you change. Your your sequencing, you? Change your pitches you'd might change everything about your. Game let's see what what let's give them a chance is what I'm saying he said all the, right things about being rejuvenated being. Competent that some of the judgments he. Made the, results will finally show up he understands it was a bad, July, so I I, like the fact that he understood the whole, picture like, yes I. Was bad. But now I have a chance. To really Rejuvenate myself it's a two months You know. Sort of sprint to the finish I don't have to. Prove myself over seven months. Here this is just right now what is it going to be eight. Starts something like that plus playoffs hopefully and and. Let's see what he can do so I think you you watch. Him with sort of a doubtful I think don't expect don't the the. Old Cole hamels but quality start that's my my the. The phrase that comes to mind the cubs are the. Ninth worst team in quality starts. Luckily Milwaukee's even worse than them so they, have as many. Starting pitching problems the cubs have but if he can, go out, and go six innings three ones I think. Everybody, would be okay with that now in the moment you might not be if he gives, up three in the, fourth. Inning and they're down, three nothing you might be upset but if he, can give them some quality innings I. Think, that's what you can expect unfortunately they, probably do need more than that but he's thirty five. And he's having an awful year so I I don't, know how, he can go from you know four. Seventy or eighty two one seven but somewhere in between certainly capable he. Certainly capable of that You told, us yesterday that the key for canton. Would be run support what's the, key for Kyle Hendricks tonight Well yeah I mean, I don't know if the. Key was run support, but he's certainly needed it. And any second in the league you didn't get it yesterday nobody has this week but it Hendrix about Hendricks he we've seen them shutdown teams mechanically to be, locked in and he's got to get a few more. Swings and misses on on on on a few. Pitches but also like contact light contact early. In the count so his pitch count doesn't get up to. High so it's, it's such a weird fine line these these guys walked at the guys that have. Some movement you know you you love the movement out of his own with a swing and. The massage zone but if they're not chasing, all of a sudden he's behind the account and that changes. Everything so if he's not if they're not chasing he's going to have. To come in. A little bit better but he can't come down the middle because he doesn't throw eighty nine so he's gotta he's gotta. Work the corners and hopefully get. Some light contact on, his on his changeup curveball to, seem whatever it. Is so it's it's this weird combination you want that movement you want. The swing and miss but you don't Eight nine pitch at, bats either because then he's. Out after five but, mostly you just want you. Want goose eggs up there I mean the way the offense has gone he's gotta match the the opposing starter Luke Weaver was good Nikoloz man wow that's by, the way that's a guy that cubs could have had. But he was good again yesterday eleven wins on. The season for him the cubs easily could. Have had Milos Nikolaos easily could have had them for three. Years and a, half the money they gave the chat would he'd be Scotto Cup right now so. Think about yesterday hamels arrives is a desperate last ditch effort for the cubs starting rotation Jose. Cantata who they gave up the farm for, gives up six and the guy the other side could have. Been had for three years and like twenty million eighteen million dollars so. There's no doubt. The choices the cubs have made and their pitching staff or coming back to haunt them we'll see what the last two. Months brings, us adjust Yeltsin put. Together an article about, position players pitchy check that out, a DSP DSP Dot com I know that Dan. Please x. not a fan of. It and Peres didn't answer the question three times last week when they did. The ESPN broadcast Tim coaching said what do you think about, the position players pension yeah no answer. Three times yes in the question so Peres feels about that Jesse is we let you go we've talked about Albert on more earlier rough series, rate bounced into two double plays yesterday he's seen? The, total of eight hundred. Fourteen. Pitches and aided. Barry Do you think he's a guy maybe gets. Arrest tonight with happen center yeah possibly. I mean they have less choices but that's a. That's a good point but who's on the mound for the card The Carters have already yeah, I think that's a good point and to the larger. Point in to hobby but hobby less is that when you. Are slumping if you don't take walks watch out your batting average is, gonna plummet and it's amazing how he and by is without. Taking a lot of walks have, kept their batting average up there you just you gotta take a few walks when you're in a slump. But just, it. Helps your your everything, and hopes the team first of all your mental state it keeps your batting average up a. Little bit and seven over five and might. Be no for three, so yes either he first of all probably moved down in live at the very least but very well could could could come out I'm just thinking if it happens in center I mean. Russell's back, you could put buys a third and Bodey at second. Or or sorry buys the second bogey at third and happens center Russell miss, two days a little wear, and tear on, his legs so yes I could absolutely see that happening tonight at probably? Needed, I. Mean every, every player grind he, has not had. A prolonged slump so. But the problem is again if you're not Seeing some pitches and take walks when you're. Slopping you're really slumping jazzy we appreciate you got a long day ahead again. Saint Louis c. Greta a, few more articles Work on it you never know. Really looking forward to to this pennant race down the stretch. I, never, thought Milwaukee was gonna go away stock is helping them obviously but both. Teams have pitching problem so maybe whoever pitches.

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"milos" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"milos" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Ooh your little thing and man kathmandu man one milos this oh god i was yeah world in those days two two two two donald open shots spain i ha do we will see taking two in the red active this this nonda de la.

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"milos" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"milos" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Man milos god i was yeah and in those days i shall we praise among a no vote sammy would say you can sammy winning well i didn't want to say in the gaza go it will dry merrier holy cow ninety eight enough for the battle leaning kmox the envoy the money they wayne do it gutted cernan baby's name is is up up hill i do want to sell away no sammy would you can sammy winning goal i just want to say gaza.

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"milos" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"milos" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"She is adorable she is very friendly she does wherever she told she does whatever she asked she gives love and affection to anybody that she encountered loves humans absolutely la stranger veterinarian whomever she needs to go to the vet she goes right in tara carrier she is just the most delightful sweetest cat in the world just delightful then there's another cat milk his attack that he's not so nice he scratch my mom last week my mom was over the super bowl he scrappy scratch my brother he scratched me before he of his way of showing affection to me was biding my face while i was asleep not very nice he's mean to the other cats he he's really he's nice to my longtime companion very nice to her but most other people you have to kinda get to know he's not that nice to strangers shirt and then milos aggravate has a third cat presi who really lives up to her name sheet out she wants nothing to do with any people including her mom once known anywhere anybody most of the time she runs away as soon as any person walks opener including a mother now she will occasionally let her mother pat her but she she was she runs away if she sees any human including my longtime companion walking over so those the freak outs you have bethsheba who loves other people no kislyak who gets along with other cats not so well of people and presi who's afraid of everybody okay now look his of that because i've told you before and i'm not going to go back and tell you the horror story that led to this but milk is it act is diabetic so we now had to give we have to give him insulin twice a day that's a little bit of a short now as i mentioned on me piscopo show i guess a week or two ago bethsheba her her belly it looks kind of bear know looks you know the it almost looks like she shaved her belly and she's a beautiful black cat and looks like her belly is is shaved and my won't on companion took her to.

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"milos" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"milos" Discussed on WTVN

"Milo the fallen what i learned of them vein drew cay and then jio no way system called um the all new simply followed affirmative save now action this system procedures has been completely and rebuilt ooh that and redesigned to at talk they've and to added george so noory forth new and safeguards so called on the wild to and guard protect and line and against that at you eight you power one you eight outages have five to zero know the down one history four wi of one fi every zero part nine cut landlines the first not time all caller merely the line things in that is terms could eight be one of problems its eight technical with five security qualities zero one but four all in terms seven new simply two one of safe was redesigned to talk uh toll to free be practically from east invisible to you the rockies know as well call eight with labor hundred powerful and eight environmental sensors two five so small five and you'll zero hardly other three three noticed regulations so from what's west affecting remarkable of the rockies simply toll free safe uh call spent years the eight companies building hundred this that system six needed one and and eight did they've they added comply eight so two much to five it with five 247 you you know to reach protection this george spec via the in skype monitor that spec use ends and only skype this regulation fifteen named dollars george in that a month regulation nine no contract seven three one and three smaller it becomes faster since a nightmare george a text message uh anytime that way at eight so one those eight do increased two nine the eight costs six five but two one this a lot is coast to and coast am um with george in some noory cases it's others necessary signing because up to for be instance coast insiders on as it's i say fifteen on the technical cents a side day and it just on a great fun a rocket way to become if one part little of the program part fails hello the whole this is thing can knowing fail chesterfield so you might missouri wanna know that and some wiring was not left in a unheated warehouse in minnesota in the winter time where it it's the cold mine of affected its strength but the the.

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"milos" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"milos" Discussed on WTVN

"Milo the fallen what i learned of them vein drew cay and then jio no way system called um the all new simply followed affirmative save now action this system procedures has been completely and rebuilt ooh that and redesigned to at talk they've and to added george so noory forth new and safeguards so called on the wild to and guard protect and line and against that at you eight you power one you eight outages have five to zero know the down one history four wi of one fi every zero part nine cut landlines the first not time all caller merely the line things in that is terms could eight be one of problems its eight technical with five security qualities zero one but four all in terms seven new simply two one of safe was redesigned to talk uh toll to free be practically from east invisible to you the rockies know as well call eight with labor hundred powerful and eight environmental sensors two five so small five and you'll zero hardly other three three noticed regulations so from what's west affecting remarkable of the rockies simply toll free safe uh call spent years the eight companies building hundred this that system six needed one and and eight did they've they added comply eight so two much to five it with five 247 you you know to reach protection this george spec via the in skype monitor that spec use ends and only skype this regulation fifteen named dollars george in that a month regulation nine no contract seven three one and three smaller it becomes faster since a nightmare george a text message uh anytime that way at eight so one those eight do increased two nine the eight costs six five but two one this a lot is coast to and coast am um with george in some noory cases it's others necessary signing because up to for be instance coast insiders on as it's i say fifteen on the technical cents a side day and it just on a great fun a rocket way to become if one part little of the program part fails hello the whole this is thing can knowing fail chesterfield so you might missouri wanna know that and some wiring was not left in a unheated warehouse in minnesota in the winter time where it it's the cold mine of affected its strength but the the.

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"milos" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"milos" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Astonishing the milos muller's experience probity and intelligence would not be more careful than he was an hiring these people had records that were vulnerable to a those of us who have large you for decades that independent counsels or a bad idea because it represents a failure of confidence and existing institutions and because a lawyer with one case tends to become have been looking foolish white oil are reverend joining us george will recall president trump doors president ever in american history last week in his column worst president ever in history okay even said that that was moller thanking now it turns out that muller's team went to the general services administration got ten thousand transition team emails and his andy mccarthy just pointed out on the show failed to do what any investigation of this size would do with all these people they have working for them wishes to call through the emails so emails that have either attorneyclient privilege matters a privilege matters or other sensitive non russia related um issues would be excluded but that's not how they did it they just took all of them and the trump team of course raising all sorts of ruckus about that uh we're going to continue to take your calls also about this news i hear that the trump administration could be considering some type of amnesty before the end of the year head wool pulled over their eyes by scott taylor of virginia second district of virginia who uh on this issue i just do not i'm sorry it on on knows a former navy seal you can be a forming in former navy seal or even a former pow and i can have questioned the what you're saying but i think it's insane to do that that is not what trump was elected to do any daca deal has to be a part of a.

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"milos" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"milos" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Like capacity knee operations got us stocks good right uh so we when you're uh you know hiring milos a columnist beyond the sort of ought hiring hiring and quotes because he wasn't getting late retirement burgoyne you'd be i'd let me give me regular submissions okay we haven't how about a rephrase it then say when you're publishing milo as a calmness and milo on kevin spacey for instance i mean what are you why that's what i see as somebody who's been an editor a magazines put together front of a bag of the book stuff if it's beyond just clicks i mean milo is what a strong writer he's making smart arguments he thinks it's something that you're driving a pretty good and he would meet the unique perspective on what was that what do you mean by that summit tell me what that means a unique perspective on kevin spacey how so sure because he was brought down for i mean something similar realm uh uh and particularly because i think the whole fiasco my my a milo w it wasn't him exactly defending it pedophilia on its merits it was him saying yeah this is this is normal and not really controversial like within the game male community it's true like it's actually it's more sanitize these days and maybe it's warm with these days uh you know in in like the '70s and '80s newer nambla floats in every single gay pride parade there were mandal's pam limits never in part as the gay mainstream in the gay pride movement or in the gay rights movement nambla was a tiny tiny fraction of something you had a few people that were actually famous people like my own alan ganz membership why finish my let me finish my point let me finish my play that at allen ginsberg was involved in it but to say in any way that nambla is like a part of the mainstream gay movement in the 1970s and 80s is on its face patently absurd and if you believe that i don't know anything.

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"milos" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"milos" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And an act pathway but by the left has become they don't have any sort of adequate standards storm all standard uh politicized everything from peter old to football mmhmm and died there really is no space faith when it comes to their rhetoric although eight demand a paper talk over the speech is no safe base for conservatives it's simply fine i you know shower or entertainment now exactly what they can do it berkeley i mean you've got to three kids conservative stalwarts including steve bannon and milo milos next show up i guess not to mention and colder and they're spending as something like three hundred thousand just to protect the you know free speech on this campus i mean you talk about being out of control well they spent six hundred thousand a short english her life my air to happen to walk after ousting fat to six hundred out of a wall i'll wall that was built around the venue by which bans shapiro spoke at berkeley the world's first time uh especially when it comes to protect speech birth place the free to free speech move whereby there was some oil back years ago they want it while out communist on campus peak uh and they tried to teach he can speak so clearly hasn't key attack but they have communist now running a off as well as the chancellorship uh we have found a quality now uh is the head of the california emily have jerry brown who is the governor of california and you haven't heard much from that have you well other than i have decided to become a sanctuary state wind energy and i write about it's not reagan dot com and and a half upf page sorry fate i'm gonna put appropriately four uh which was actually rapid by the same uh congressmen the assembly leader i think reflecting the kapila it am i might be wrong on that however you or someone else bragging that with family members were a legal yes and one thing social security fraud by going to macarthur park which has been downtown la getting fake social security card tonight east uh this is what california has become an in a short time 90 split their ballots now i fly two years ago and uh one in five people in california now live in poverty according to.

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"milos" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People

Little Stories for Tiny People

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"milos" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People

"It appears is important to you for me to a knowledge the value of our time together by bidding eufor well we'll yeah i felt sad when it seem like you're gonna leave without saying goodbye then chancer referred to the data about sadness that he'd stored in his central processor he could understand what milos feeling around the corner and the stare grandma wondered who this vincentians or robot character was and what he was doing in her house but she's swept those questions aside as she waited to hear what mile milo with saying next who member vincenzo i have feelings just like you do everyone in the whole world has feelings even roe who pots the chen's oh smiled i am very sorry for hurting your feelings i have greatly enjoyed your company and your assistance you have taught me prices lessons about my emotions and i will be forever grateful and now i shall take my leave goodbye milo milo ran two vincenzo and gave him a hug koo pie he whispered finchem's oh having never been hugged before stood frozen in place and waited for it to be over milo was a big hunger so at lasted kind of a long time finally he let go and chen's oh post through the door and was gone grandma having seen this take place from her hiding spot stepped down from the stairs milo was on his tiptoes the window watching vincenzo disappear down the street graham rumored milo turned looking a little disappointed hey milo grandma began look for the moment let's put aside the fact they small talking feeling robot just left my house at nine thirty on a saturday morning i definitely when you hear all about that trust me but i i just wanted to say named very proud of you last night i went to bed still wondering if you truly understood what i meant about everyone having feelings.

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