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PGA Tour denies releases for players in Saudi-funded event
"The the the the PGA PGA PGA PGA tour tour tour tour is is is is denying denying denying denying releases releases releases releases to to to to golfers golfers golfers golfers who who who who asked asked asked asked to to to to be be be be allowed allowed allowed allowed to to to to play play play play in in in in the the the the first first first first of of of of a a a a series series series series of of of of Saudi Saudi Saudi Saudi funded funded funded funded tournaments tournaments tournaments tournaments the the the the first first first first live live live live golf golf golf golf invitational invitational invitational invitational is is is is scheduled scheduled scheduled scheduled to to to to be be be be played played played played June June June June ninth ninth ninth ninth through through through through the the the the eleventh eleventh eleventh eleventh at at at at the the the the centurion centurion centurion centurion golf golf golf golf club club club club outside outside outside outside London London London London the the the the upstart upstart upstart upstart league league league league being being being being fronted fronted fronted fronted by by by by Greg Greg Greg Greg Norman Norman Norman Norman will will will will have have have have forty forty forty forty eight eight eight eight man man man man field field field field competing competing competing competing over over over over fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four holes holes holes holes with with with with the the the the winner winner winner winner getting getting getting getting four four four four million million million million dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and last last last last place place place place one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars the the the the PGA PGA PGA PGA tour tour tour tour informed informed informed informed players players players players seeking seeking seeking seeking releases releases releases releases of of of of its its its its decision decision decision decision late late late late Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday afternoon afternoon afternoon afternoon and and and and then then then then all all all all players players players players were were were were notified notified notified notified in in in in a a a a short short short short memo memo memo memo which which which which was was was was obtained obtained obtained obtained by by by by the the the the Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press I I I I might might might might cross cross cross cross you you you you
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MLB players vote to end lockout, salvaging 162-game season
"Players have voted to accept management's latest offer for a new labor deal paving the way to ended ninety nine day lock out and salvage a one hundred sixty two game regular season the agreement calls for the luxury tax threshold to rise from two hundred ten million last year to two hundred thirty this year and gradually to two hundred forty two million in twenty twenty six the minimum salary will rise by about a hundred thirty thousand to seven hundred thousand this year with twenty thousand dollar annual increases a new fifty million dollar bonus pool was established for players not yet eligible for arbitration also coming to baseball as a universal designated hitter and playoff expansion from ten to twelve teams on the ferry
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BMW recalls vehicles for 3rd time due to engine fire risk
"BMW is recalling nearly nine hundred twenty thousand older cars and SUVs in the U. S. most of the vehicles are being recalled for a third time to fix a problem that can trigger engine compartment fires the recall covers many three series five series one series X. five X. three NZ four vehicles from model years twenty oh six three twenty thirteen the national highway traffic safety administration says there could be an electrical short in the positive crankcase ventilation valve heater it can overheat and cause a fire B. M. W. says terrapin eight reported fires but no reports of injuries or crashes caused by the problem I'm my camping
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Laser strikes against aircraft hit a record in US last year
"Lasers lasers lasers lasers being being being being pointed pointed pointed pointed at at at at the the the the aircraft aircraft aircraft aircraft pilots pilots pilots pilots is is is is becoming becoming becoming becoming a a a a bigger bigger bigger bigger problem problem problem problem I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest the the the the Federal Federal Federal Federal Aviation Aviation Aviation Aviation Administration Administration Administration Administration says says says says pilots pilots pilots pilots reported reported reported reported a a a a record record record record nine nine nine nine thousand thousand thousand thousand seven seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three laser laser laser laser strikes strikes strikes strikes last last last last year year year year up up up up forty forty forty forty one one one one percent percent percent percent increase increase increase increase over over over over twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty the the the the FAA FAA FAA FAA says says says says it it it it handed handed handed handed out out out out one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in fines fines fines fines in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one violators violators violators violators can can can can face face face face criminal criminal criminal criminal charges charges charges charges lasers lasers lasers lasers aimed aimed aimed aimed at at at at aircraft aircraft aircraft aircraft have have have have been been been been a a a a safety safety safety safety concern concern concern concern for for for for more more more more than than than than a a a a decade decade decade decade despite despite despite despite the the the the possibility possibility possibility possibility of of of of a a a a jail jail jail jail sentence sentence sentence sentence for for for for anyone anyone anyone anyone caught caught caught caught efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to stop stop stop stop the the the the problem problem problem problem have have have have included included included included rewards rewards rewards rewards for for for for turning turning turning turning in in in in perpetrators perpetrators perpetrators perpetrators and and and and legislation legislation legislation legislation making making making making it it it it easier easier easier easier to to to to prosecute prosecute prosecute prosecute them them them them the the the the FAA FAA FAA FAA says says says says pilots pilots pilots pilots have have have have reported reported reported reported two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty four four four four injuries injuries injuries injuries from from from from laser laser laser laser strikes strikes strikes strikes since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand ten ten ten ten the the the the problem problem problem problem is is is is made made made made worse worse worse worse by by by by the the the the availability availability availability availability of of of of cheap cheap cheap cheap laser laser laser laser pointers pointers pointers pointers in in in in the the the the device device device device is is is is getting getting getting getting more more more more powerful powerful powerful powerful I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas
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US weekly jobless claims fall for the first time in a month
"Weekly weekly weekly weekly jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims have have have have fallen fallen fallen fallen for for for for the the the the first first first first time time time time in in in in a a a a month month month month they they they they had had had had gone gone gone gone up up up up three three three three straight straight straight straight weeks weeks weeks weeks with with with with economists economists economists economists blaming blaming blaming blaming a a a a covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen case case case case servers servers servers servers but but but but benefits benefits benefits benefits claims claims claims claims fell fell fell fell by by by by thirty thirty thirty thirty thousand thousand thousand thousand last last last last week week week week to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred sixty sixty sixty sixty thousand thousand thousand thousand claims claims claims claims had had had had been been been been dropping dropping dropping dropping mostly mostly mostly mostly steadily steadily steadily steadily for for for for about about about about a a a a year year year year and and and and several several several several weeks weeks weeks weeks ago ago ago ago finally finally finally finally got got got got below below below below the the the the pre pre pre pre pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic weekly weekly weekly weekly average average average average of of of of about about about about two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty thousand thousand thousand thousand a a a a condom condom condom condom is is is is expect expect expect expect to to to to return return return return to to to to those those those those lower lower lower lower levels levels levels levels as as as as the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron search search search search feeds feeds feeds feeds in in in in more more more more parts parts parts parts of of of of the the the the country country country country Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington
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U.S. Jobless Claims Rose to 286,000 Last Week
"The the the the number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans applying applying applying applying for for for for unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment benefits benefits benefits benefits rose rose rose rose to to to to the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level in in in in three three three three months months months months as as as as virus virus virus virus cases cases cases cases again again again again disrupt disrupt disrupt disrupt the the the the job job job job market market market market jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims increased increased increased increased by by by by fifty fifty fifty fifty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand last last last last week week week week the the the the third third third third straight straight straight straight increased increased increased increased to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty six six six six thousand thousand thousand thousand claims claims claims claims it's it's it's it's the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level since since since since mid mid mid mid October October October October analysts analysts analysts analysts say say say say that that that that the the the the surgeon surgeon surgeon surgeon Colby Colby Colby Colby cases cases cases cases from from from from the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant has has has has set set set set back back back back what what what what had had had had been been been been a a a a strong strong strong strong comeback comeback comeback comeback altogether altogether altogether altogether one one one one point point point point six six six six million million million million people people people people were were were were collecting collecting collecting collecting benefits benefits benefits benefits the the the the first first first first week week week week of of of of January January January January the the the the four four four four week week week week average average average average of of of of claims claims claims claims which which which which irons irons irons irons out out out out weekly weekly weekly weekly volatility volatility volatility volatility rose rose rose rose by by by by twenty twenty twenty twenty thousand thousand thousand thousand to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand which which which which is is is is the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level since since since since late late late late November November November November I I I I am am am am Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn the the the the number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans applying applying applying applying for for for for unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment benefits benefits benefits benefits rose rose rose rose to to to to the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level in in in in three three three three months months months months as as as as virus virus virus virus cases cases cases cases again again again again disrupt disrupt disrupt disrupt the the the the job job job job market market market market jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims increased increased increased increased by by by by fifty fifty fifty fifty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand last last last last week week week week the the the the third third third third straight straight straight straight increased increased increased increased to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty six six six six thousand thousand thousand thousand claims claims claims claims it's it's it's it's the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level since since since since mid mid mid mid October October October October analysts analysts analysts analysts say say say say that that that that the the the the surgeon surgeon surgeon surgeon Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe cases cases cases cases from from from from the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant has has has has set set set set back back back back what what what what had had had had been been been been a a a a strong strong strong strong comeback comeback comeback comeback altogether altogether altogether altogether one one one one point point point point six six six six million million million million people people people people were were were were collecting collecting collecting collecting benefits benefits benefits benefits the the the the first first first first week week week week of of of of January January January January the the the the four four four four week week week week average average average average of of of of claims claims claims claims which which which which irons irons irons irons out out out out weekly weekly weekly weekly volatility volatility volatility volatility rose rose rose rose by by by by twenty twenty twenty twenty thousand thousand thousand thousand to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand which which which which is is is is the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level since since since since late late late late November November November November I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn the the the the number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans applying applying applying applying for for for for unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment benefits benefits benefits benefits rose rose rose rose to to to to the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level in in in in three three three three months months months months as as as as virus virus virus virus cases cases cases cases again again again again disrupt disrupt disrupt disrupt the the the the job job job job market market market market jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims increased increased increased increased by by by by fifty fifty fifty fifty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand last last last last week week week week the the the the third third third third straight straight straight straight increased increased increased increased to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty six six six six thousand thousand thousand thousand claims claims claims claims it's it's it's it's the the the the highest highest highest highest level level level level since since since since mid mid mid mid October October October October analysts analysts analysts analysts say say say say that that that 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U.S. jobless claims rise by 23,000 to 230,000
"The the number number of of Americans Americans applying applying for for unemployment unemployment benefits benefits rose rose last last week week I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the labor labor department department says says jobless jobless claims claims climbed climbed by by twenty twenty three three thousand thousand last last week week to to two two hundred hundred and and thirty thirty thousand thousand that's that's the the highest highest level level since since mid mid November November but but still still low low by by historic historic standards standards the the four four week week moving moving average average was was also also up up to to almost almost two two hundred hundred eleven eleven thousand thousand weekly weekly applications applications for for jobless jobless benefits benefits have have now now risen risen four four of of the the last last five five weeks weeks possibly possibly a a sign sign that that the the Omicron Omicron variant variant is is having having an an impact impact still still the the jobs jobs market market has has bounced bounced back back strongly strongly from from last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession jobless jobless claims claims had had fallen fallen mostly mostly Studley Studley for for about about a a year year and and that that below below the the pre pre pandemic pandemic average average of of around around two two hundred hundred and and twenty twenty thousand thousand a a week week Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
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Senate hearing on pandemic gets testy: 'What a moron'
"A a Senate Senate hearing hearing on on the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic got got testy testy Kentucky Kentucky Republican Republican rand rand Paul Paul again again accused accused Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci of of trying trying to to take take down down some some scientists scientists with with differing differing opinions opinions do do you you really really think think it's it's appropriate appropriate to to use use your your four four hundred hundred and and twenty twenty thousand thousand dollar dollar salary salary to to attack attack scientists scientists to to disagree disagree with with you you about about she she says says accusations accusations like like that that are are leading leading to to threats threats against against him him that that candles candles the the crazies crazies out out there there a a man man was was arrested arrested in in Iowa Iowa police police asked asked him him what what was was going going and and it it was was going going to to Washington Washington DC DC to to kill kill doctor doctor found found she she found found she she also also accused accused Paul Paul of of playing playing politics politics with with the the virus virus he he went went to to a a rand rand Paul Paul website website and and you you see see fire fire doctor doctor felt felt she she was was a a little little box box that that says says contribute contribute here here out out he he lost lost his his temper temper when when Kansas Kansas Republican Republican Roger Roger Marshall Marshall accused accused him him of of hiding hiding financial financial disclosure disclosure forms forms he he was was heard heard saying saying on on an an open open Mike Mike at at Donahue Donahue Washington Washington
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US jobless claims rise but still historically low at 206,000
"More more Americans Americans are are filing filing jobless jobless claims claims but but the the numbers numbers remain remain low low I'm I'm done done Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the labor labor department department reports reports two two hundred hundred and and six six thousand thousand people people applying applying for for unemployment unemployment benefits benefits last last week week that that was was an an increase increase of of eighteen eighteen thousand thousand but but still still low low by by historical historical standards standards the the four four week week average average which which smooths smooths out out volatility volatility continues continues downward downward dropping dropping to to less less than than two two hundred hundred and and four four thousand thousand the the lowest lowest level level since since November November nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine weekly weekly claims claims are are now now below below the the two two hundred hundred and and twenty twenty thousand thousand level level typical typical before before the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hit hit altogether altogether some some one one point point eight eight million million Americans Americans were were receiving receiving traditional traditional jobless jobless benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended December December fourth fourth that that figure figure was was also also lower lower with with employers employers posting posting any any a a record record eleven eleven million million job job openings openings in in October October economists economists say say the the labor labor market's market's biggest biggest problem problem right right now now is is too too few few workers workers Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
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Suns extend win streak to 16 with 113-107 victory over Nets
"The sons of run their winning streak to sixteen games by downing the nets one thirteen one oh seven Phoenix never trailed and led by as many as twenty two before improving to seventeen and three Devin Booker scored thirty points a Chris Paul had twenty two for the sun's core one away from tying the longest winning streak in team history Paul added eight assists and five rebounds becoming the first player in NBA history to reach twenty thousand points ten thousand a system five thousand rebounds you gain you know we get opportunity to to have fun hello so we don't keep taking it one game at a time and I got said and will join a moments because
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US jobless claims drop to pandemic low of 267,000
"Jobless claims in the U. S. have reached a pandemic well two hundred sixty seven thousand Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week the labor department says that's a decline of four thousand from the week before and the sixth straight week that jobless claims have dropped unemployment applications are nearing pre pandemic levels of about two hundred twenty thousand a week now many businesses complain they can't find workers to fill their job openings which reached a near record ten point four million in August still the economy remains more than four million jobs
AP News Radio
Aldridge reaches 20,000 points, Nets beat Pacers 105-98
"James harden had a team high twenty nine points in the nets one oh five ninety eight victory over the Pacers harden scored thirteen points during a twenty eight nine run that gave the nets a three point lead at halftime I had that burst of speed of just in some hotspots was into the best version of Russia so you know I feel pretty good out there for internet the Marcus Aldridge scored seventeen of his twenty one points in the second half helping Brooklyn improved to three and three Aldridge became the fortieth player in league history and the seventh active player to score twenty thousand points Indiana dropped to one in five overall one four on the road despite twenty points from Torrey Craig Chris Torricelli added nineteen for the Pacers I'm the ferry
AP News Radio
US road deaths spiked 18% in 2021's first half to 20,160
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting U. S. road deaths spiked in the first half of twenty twenty one federal government figures show there were over twenty thousand traffic deaths in the United States in the first half of twenty twenty one the estimated number was eighteen point four percent higher than the first half of twenty twenty when there was a stark reduction in vehicle miles traveled due to the corona virus pandemic preliminary data from the Federal Highway Administration chills vehicle miles traveled rose by one hundred seventy three point one billion miles in the first six months of this year an increase of around thirteen percent over the same period in twenty twenty and
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More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic
"A new study shows the number of U. S. children orphaned during the corona virus pandemic may be larger than previously thought a study published by the medical journal pediatrics shows more than one hundred twenty thousand kids in the U. S. lost a parent or grandparent who was a primary provider of financial support and care another twenty two thousand experienced the death of a secondary provider an earlier study by different researchers estimated that as of this past February about forty thousand U. S. children have lost a parent to cope with nineteen nearly sixty percent of the children who lost a primary care giver were either Hispanic or black two racial groups that make up about forty percent of the U. S. population I'm
Mike Gallagher Podcast
If Joe Biden Worked for Your Company, You'd Put Him Out to Pasture
"Democrats have a mess on their hands and biden is showing the strain parenthetically when you build a giardi stations like back in the day when my grandpop worked for the company back in turn of this in the nineteen nineteen twenties in that area. They went from state to state convincing people that they put allow them to put twenty thousand gallons of gasoline underground. They didn't want them around. But guess what happened. Everything bills up around them. You put these charges station long. How are we going to see a significant economic development. Go well beyond the charging station. He's got the nuclear coach. That's present the united states if he worked for you you give him a leave of absence if he if he worked in your company and say joe if had a good run. It's probably time to hang up the spurs because you're not making any sense joe. You're not speaking in a complete sentence anymore. joe time to go rest and play with the grandkids. But you can't work here anymore. Well this is the president of the united states.
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Workers go on strike against Kellogg's U.S. cereal plants
"Workers at all Kellogg's cereal plants across the country went on strike Tuesday it's not clear how supplies of Kellogg's cereal like frosted flakes will be affected fourteen hundred employees are on strike the union and the company have been in talks but sticking points include pay healthcare and reduced retirement benefits workers say they were putting in twelve hour shifts seven days a week to keep up production because of the pandemic Kellogg's insisted to offer is fair I would increase wages and benefits for its employees that it said made an average of a hundred and twenty thousand a year last year and the company says it's implementing contingency plans to limit supply
The Eric Metaxas Show
The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter
"I'm talking to katie hopkins katie. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. I was asking you earlier. What is it. I want you to be honest. Because if are asking this to anne coulter who's a dear friend she would never admit it's kinda like donald trump would never admit like yes. Maybe i shouldn't have said this. She doubles down. My guess is you're probably similar that you wouldn't say yeah. Maybe i shouldn't have said. I think it's similar that the differences i would say people always say oh. What was it that banned from. Just pick something twitter and you can't answer it because it isn't one thing because there's never a thing it's just that your voice becomes too powerful. Your audience becomes too big so at the point that i had my own column on met online. I was on tucker three or four times a week. I had my own radio show. You become too big okay. To tell the truth. This is beautiful. This is beautiful. Because i was wondering i was saying you on the break. I was this program. Which is i would think pretty anodyne. This is not like we're not fire-breathing you know and we were completely wiped off of youtube like just two hundred twenty thousand subscribers which is not monstrous but for us it's extraordinary and just completely wiped out the whole show and i think the final straw was we. We had naomi wolf on. She's was talking about vaccine passports. And i thought naomi wolf is a feminist. She's very liberal. She was in my class at yale. Just completely different in most ways but on this an amazing. She's been a hero because of that. I mean that was the final score but they had other reasons. But you said you think that the real calculation they're making is that you scare them become too. It isn't ever people will say. Why did they take off youtube. And actually i want to say it's an ignorant question but it's not the right question because the only answer is you become too big and your voice becomes to heard of things you're simply not allowed to
AP News Radio
US unemployment claims rise third straight week to 362,000
"There's a fresh sign that the delta variant of the corona virus may be slowing the recovery in the job market the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits has risen for the third straight week the labor department says claims were up by eleven thousand last week to three hundred and sixty two thousand since topping nine hundred thousand in early January applications have mostly fallen steadily as the economy bounces back from last year's shutdowns the prison recently along with the rise in corona virus cases in the numbers remain elevated historically before the pandemic hit the US heart in March twenty twenty they were typically coming in around two hundred and twenty thousand a week Ben Thomas Washington
World News Tonight with David Muir
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"It's been four days since hurricane slammed through here and still all of this sludge brought in by the storm surge remains folks are starting to clean up but these streets are still canals and everywhere. You look here in southeastern louisiana. You see destroyed or those tilting power-poles we drove through another flooded neighborhood in la plus finding amy thomas and her family already bathing and from others across louisiana. Like amy the biggest worry. Their kids not being able to cook rapid cry. I just over wound and utilities companies. Say there could be weeks more of this. A forest worth of power poles down and thousands of miles of power lines. No electricity no water is bringing critical infrastructure to its knees terra bone hospital in homa now fully evacuated but tonight some signs of hope. More than twenty thousand electric workers descending on orleans those crews restoring one of transmission lines that power the city turning the lights back on for eighty five thousand customers. We're gonna stay on this that we know there are still nearly a million customers without power it could be out for weeks and i know many are now turning generators and you're learning authorities are growing more and more concerned over carbon monoxide poisonings david. Ems officials here are reporting a one hundred eighty percent rise in their call volume partly driven by those carbon monoxide poisonings. And today in new orleans we learned that twelve people were hospitalized including seven children for carbon monoxide poisoning. This gas station here and with our drone you can see that line snaking about a half a mile in that direction. People telling you they've been waiting four and a half hours.
The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"And final myth so raleigh were as as campus minister in in the year. Two thousand twelve. You took some of his students to the passion conference in atlanta jimmy. I'm assuming you know what passion is. Yes i love passionate been twice. Actually i got saved passionate. Nineteen ninety nine and it's a christian conference for young adults. Yes so passion is huge in in atlanta. Their main sessions were held in. What's now called the state farm arena which can hold more than twenty thousand people so raleigh is sitting up in the nose bleeds in this arena with his students. And there's a lady on stage whose name is christine. Caine and christine founded a twenty one. Which is an anti human trafficking nonprofit. Actually here's a clip of christine from that session in two thousand twelve crippled and we up broker then. We can't help anybody else but we who have been rescued have a responsibility to rescue lost and broken people. Jesus says you sent me. Father i send them an israeli is listening to her talk. He has this weird sense that god was calling him to drop his dream. Job of being college pastor and actually step into the arena to fight human trafficking. I felt something in my gut. You know this thing and it was just like you're going to do something. And i can't tell you if i ever felt that before but again raleigh knows about human trafficking it involves tough guys like liam nielsen boston. Down doors and taking people out in in rescue raids wear cardigans. So i'm not gonna kick down the door for brothel. What does it look for me to fight human trafficking. I wasn't trained. I didn't go to law school. I wasn't in the police academy like i went to a seminary i mean i know how to preach and i know how to eat like those are the things i felt like. I got really good at in my time of seminary education so rally ends up doing the first thing that he can think of. He sells everything any moves.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Themselves but the risk of government having direct access to the information that the crypto currency exchange has direct and. That's the original story. We were going to get. That's what we're dealing with here. Where crack in is being pursued by the irs. One of the largest. If not the largest. I mean it's so huge. Domestic exchange in the united states and i thought crack in had fought this battle with the irs. Before base did. I thought they didn't at the same time. I don't recall that and that cracking was like no screw you. We're not playing games. I believe that was what coin base said. So i think that this is essentially a retread of the story that happened with coin based so a few years ago. The irs sent a notice to coin. Basing we want data on all of your customers who purchased crypto currency from x to y year which is the which is the widest warrant. I've ever heard of all of your customers. Point base fought it and ultimately the decision was made in the court that the irs was only allowed to get customers that had more than twenty thousand dollars. Worth of crypto exchanged at joint base. Just pick a number at random. I guess so. Cracking is officially a bank. As i understand it yeah. Here's the press release. When i'm right when i'm right but i wish i wasn't right about this. You mean your prediction that the exchanges are becoming the new banks and now cracking is literally a bailey. Yeah that's unfortunate. From justice dot gov their department of justice press release issued wednesday may fifth they federal court in the northern district of california entered an order today authorizing the irs to serve a john doe summons on pay word ventures inc and subsidiaries. Da kraken seeking information about us tax payers who conducted at least the equivalent of twenty thousand dollars worth of transactions in cryptocurrency during the years. Two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty. So that means that if you only did five thousand dollars a year then you would qualify.
Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Trials at all. Go along with county. Commissioner adrian garcia also want to increase the number of judges and district court's bring in visiting judges and expand jury operations at. Nrg hidalgo says there are currently about one hundred thousand cases pending in the county's criminal justice system including more than twenty thousand that had been pending for over a year much of the backlog began nearly four years ago after hurricane harvey and it's increased with the rise in violent crime over the course of the pandemic. the proposals are likely to be tasked by the democratic. Majority commissioner's court. I'm andrew schneider in houston. Students across texas did worse on state star exams this year compared to twenty nineteen scores. That's according to test results released this week. By the texas education agency as clare mcinerney reports the pandemic and remote learning caused a significant dip in performance. This spring around sixty percent of third through eighth graders passed their reading assessment in sixty one percent. Pass the math test. by comparison. The last time students took the star test before the pandemic earn. Seventy five percent of students passed both tests texas education agency. Commissioner mike. Neurath said school districts with a majority of students learning remotely to worse. I think texas teachers responded heroically to the remote instruction environment. It was just a very difficult environment to teaching And to support students in Throughout the course of the school year these scores will not be used for any accountability purposes this year instead morath encourages families and teachers to use them as a tool. I'm clear macaroni. And austin nearly four years after hurricane harvey some small businesses are eligible for new recovery funds. News eighty eight seven. Seven herndon.
Mojo In The Morning
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Literally. Zero people show up for his birthday. My since posting. It's gotten more than a half. A million likes and more than twenty thousand. Comments plus viewers are wanting to send gifts to little. Jj whose party was a party by himself. I've had lots of parties. But to be honest with you i enjoy him but the interesting thing is this mom is not like the other moms and dads that have posted these things where they have accepted the guest. She said that she would not like any gifts to be sent to. Jj she would like the gift to we instead sent to children's hospitals and whatever community that you live. I liked because. I've seen this before and thought what a scam that could be. You know your mom's not do rsvp's for kids parties to like get count of how many kids are coming. It didn't say if they're rsvp didn't just didn't show up because they wanted to make sure that everybody felt safe. You know even though restrictions have been lifted where they live but still nobody came. That's a good question. The ring like i wouldn't just throw a party and just assume like who's going show up to one hundred. I need to know how many slices birthday cake amazing story about a principal. Who really cared about their students. That this principle who you know. I it was at a florida. School wrote handwritten personal notes to all four hundred and fifty nine graduating seniors. Four hundred and fifty nine handwritten personalized notes box. I i had a great senior year. Despite the pandemic lovey haley a matanzas high graduate is extremely positive. Just were chart at home. But it's just so crazy. Year is an understatement for lovey. Who graduated with her eight degree two weeks before she was able to turner tassell at her high school graduation. Teach myself or things all during covid nineteen. I wanted to recognize effort and oliver achievements written down by memory by your favorite principal. Jeff reeves sure tremendous grit and perseverance and push through and the job in spite of everything but levy wasn't the only one for the past eight weeks. Jeff reeves has written a personalized note to each and every one of his four hundred fifty nine graduates unbelievable to congratulate them on a remarkable job. Well done most students. I knew they were what's going on and look up the transcripts and sally are going or what the accomplished and just wanted note that in hopes that all four hundred fifty nine students was very thoughtful and look back and see the positive and not just the year they graduated during a pandemic. I'm gonna keep it forever. I mean it's it's so special. And i'm gonna keep it with my diploma forever in the truly amazing thing is. The many of the students posted their handwritten notes on social media. news stations examined the notes in realize he didn't duplicate. Yeah to these kids so in spite this one's for you a bar in massachusetts. I'm accepted monopoly money as currency for two hours as part of a bid to be included in the localized version of the game customers. Who visited the bar between four and six o'clock yesterday were allowed to use monopoly money to pay for their uh hotdogs non alcoholic jello shots and raffle tickets where they could actually win money from the bar so they can go out and buy drinks. There's a legality to them giving away free. Thanks so they had to do other. Nasa no word on whether monopoly is going to include them in the localized version. Let me know when. I can use them for beer Do you remember that. There was a story about somebody. They actually tried to use monopoly money just as regular money and tried to pass it off as you know the money and send me look down on us as we know. This is monopoly money. I'm all right guys. we're done for today. Make sure that. Check out the more mojo podcast after. Show podcast on the iheartradio app or wherever you give podcast. Iheartradio app number one for podcasts. See you tomorrow. Twenty plus years of idiocy and still going and detroit toledo and west michigan in the morning..
Stuff You Missed in History Class
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Harry. It was already a celebrity in new york by this point. All the way back to her theater article she'd been really popular but becoming a licensed pilot expanded her fame considerably and she gained a devoted following when she made public appearances. Huge crowds gathered to see her both because of the novelty and because she was charming her first paid gig as a pilot was in staten island in october of nineteen eleven so just a couple of months after she got her license and more than twenty thousand people filled the field and they actually had to clear the field for safety and even as she tried to land after her flight. There were spectators running onto the field that caused her to have to make a bouncy and slightly dangerous landing just beyond the target area of she did so successfully. She got paid fifteen hundred dollars for that day. And it was the first of many bookings you would get in the months that followed sometimes on her own sometimes with mathilde moi's aunt who had also successfully tested for her license soon. Harriet quimby and the other pilots who flew exhibitions for the organization were on their way to mexico. City for a festival booking. She was devoted still to her journalism. Career in quimby met her deadlines and sent her articles from on board. The ship that was carrying herself. She was to mexico for two months and she promised to write. Travel accounts for her editors at lesley's but the revolution in mexico. Quickly put an end to this booking. The whole team had to flee the country soon mathilde had given up flying after being burned in an accident when her gas tank exploded and that left harriet. it is the only woman pilot on the more centime. Harriet had rocketed to fame but she still had the feeling that there were people that saw her not as skilled pilot. But as a publicity stunt she did not like that and she wanted to prove them wrong so she plotted away to prove her mettle and for her. That was gonna be flying across the english channel now. This was something that had been done before but not by a woman and really not very often even by mail pilots. Leo stevens from the moi's on team joined her on her journey across the atlantic. And by this point he was managing her bookings and there were rumors that the two of them were a couple. Although that remains unverified they sailed to london on the ss america and once in london. Harriet secured a sponsorship. A five thousand dollars from the london daily mirror in return..
Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
"The rough equivalent of more than one hundred and fifty cell phone photos amazon caps it at a rate of eighty kilobits per second which the company says as a fraction of the band with us to stream a typical high definition video. Still this traffic could count toward your internet service provider data cap. If you've got one the bill will be paid by you not amazon. Which raises the question. Shouldn't amazon be paying us. It's not hard to imagine amazon. Could use sidewalk for its own. Business such detract packages or connect up its delivery trucks. Arana's said quote our focus right now is to make our customers devices work better. I'm not able to comment on future. Roadmap plans quote amazon says it built sidewalk with three layers of encryption so that nobody can view the raw data passing through it not amazon. Not the people who are sharing their internet tech industry analysts. Patrick more told me he is impressed. By amazon's efforts to keep snoopers out and this equipped for him he says quote. I haven't seen very many triple protected triple cryptic systems out there. That said there's no infallible system unquote. Even security standards for wi fi have been cracked over the years. Some other security pros just aren't keen on opening any kind of portal outside your home network secured parameters no matter. What amazon promises. There's no evidence hackers or independent researchers have found problems with sidewalk but it also has yet to become a high profile target. They're also big picture. Concerns today amazon talks about sidewalk as a way to help. Roughly a quarter of a million american homes with smart home appliances get and stay connected but amazon doesn't usually have small ambitions at the very least sidewalk could massively increase the reach of amazon's thriving but controversial ring security business which police forces tapped for more than twenty thousand requests for footage and twenty twenty sidewalk would allow people and but ring devices in places. They weren't possible before and this quote from matthew gorizia From the f. f..
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Today, Explained
"I'm sean romney's firm. Did you hear about mexico's election this weekend you should have. It's the biggest one in the history of mexican democracy but it was also one of the deadliest. Dozens of candidates were murdered dozens. it was a brazen attempt to intimidate reformers. But as carrie kahn from. Npr told us today. It didn't intimidate. We started with the size of this thing. In terms of sheer numbers of races it was quite astounding. Today's midterm elections here in mexico or the largest to ever take place in this country more than twenty thousand candidates for variety of offices on ballots. Nationwide but fifteen governorship races. Those are the big prize. I think in this election as well as every single seat in the lower house of congress and that's five hundred seats and unlike in the united states it is a centralized electoral body that runs the election. Mexico's democracy is very very young. It just started in two thousand members of the congress is my great privilege an idea into high honor and personal pleasure to present to you says the the city fox president of the united mexican states. I seventy some years. You know. this is a one party state. Graham by the pre party for seventy years and now they just started having free and fair elections since two thousand. I'm sure this applause and this worm were coming. He's been cared by one hundred million mexicans. Which on the name of them. I think all of you for the for the electoral body on this big of election. It's a big deal and then we spoke about the violence. It's not the most violent election. The presidential election last in two thousand eighteen was the most violent but for a mid-term election. If you really wanna sparse it out. It was more violent than the last midterm election and we saw thirty six candidates be murdered three dozen. That's crazy you know if that happened in the united states sir. If you spread that out widen that net a little bit more to include like aid workers. The drivers of those cars of those candidates are killed political workers politicians. It was up to maybe ninety people killed. That's crazy and that's wrong. Do people expect this to be as violent as it was considering. It is just a midterm election. The short answer probably is yes because what we've seen is that violence as infiltrated all parts of mexican political practices and power struggles. So yes the other thing that's happening is that there are more political parties than ever on the ballot. We have ten on the ballot. So that increases the number of parties politicians vying for power. You have to keep in mind that criminal gangs operating in mexico have proliferated incredibly over the last couple years where now. It's estimated that there are more than two hundred organized crime drug trafficking and criminal gangs working in the country right now. The war on drugs in mexico has become synonymous with grotesque acts of violence mass graves. Dead bodies hung from bridges decapitated heads left out on the street will become increasingly normalized. The when you look at who was killed and they've vast majority of them are the opponents challenging. Who's ever in power. So i can tell you about this one town. I went to called mortar. Leeann in the state of one. What though the state government there and the city is run by the pond party. I'm not even going to give you an ideological say this is from. The left is from the right. Ideology means nothing in this election. Everybody is just vying for power. The pond has always been a center right. Party business linked. But it's like ideologies all over the place it's just a big power struggle and they're making alliances with whoever they can beat the person who's in power in this town. The candidate that was running for mayor in a small party. That has just begun. Several years ago was vying for mayor to throw out the pond party. She was killed. She was killed in a rally. She had the microphone in her hand and she was talking to a group of people and gunmen came up and shot her finger. Last guy is on another modules. She ran and they shot her to death right there. In addition in that city there was a man who used to be there now. He's in a different party and he was running for state representative. He told me he survived this attack. He told me that he was coming back from a rally. He stopped at a speed bump in a motorcycle pulled in front of them. There were two guys on the motorcycle. He saw the guy on the back. Step off pull out a gun and pointed out his the windshield of his car. He was in the driver's he screamed everybody in the car. Get down. they all did and they were a rain of and shattered glass. He said the only reason why he he thinks he survived. Was that the gunman when he stepped off the motorcycle kind of lost his balance so he had like two more seconds before he could yell for everybody to get down or he would have been dead and this isn't a context of an election where you're saying there. Isn't this really forceful ideology played. This is just a bunch of people trying to win elected office. And there's this much violence so wouldn't if you become mayor what you are or you become governor which is even greater but what you do. You're in charge of the police force. You're in charge of. You've got the purse strings. The budget you're in charge of coup gets the contract to pave the road down the street. You're you get the contract. You're in charge of doling out the contract for the hospital or new school being built so you can then skim off the top you could say. Okay let's build the school. It's going to cost us five thousand dollars but let's put it down for seven thousand dollars in two thousand of it. The corruption is not just drug traffickers trying to vie for territory. You have the throw politicians in there to some politicians say that they've been told if they don't back the drug traffickers they were killed. There's evidence that that is in very few cases so it's all it's just so murky it's all is it. The politicians at the drug traffickers is at both. Are these political field. It's just a lot and that nothing is clear because this is the big point. Nobody's ever prosecuted. There is the impunity in these crimes is incredible more than ninety percent of these crimes go unsolved the president insists that in the thirty six candidates that have been killed. There have been at least one arrest in each case but do is anybody prosecuted. Does anybody go to jail. Do we find out who was involved in these crimes beyond the gunman and where is that evidence that there's we we've been shown no evidence of of how these crimes investigated. There's no consequences for that. That's what's fueling the violence. I just wanna make that clear that is what is fueling the violence the impunity in in this country when comes to criminal prosecution okay. So you've got the biggest midterm election in the history of democratic mexico. You've got something. Like almost a hundred people killed with impunity. What effect does that have on turnout. This weekend okay. that's crazy. That's a great.
Problematic Premium Feed
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"I think it's it's saying to people through this analysis in through this data they've collected that you know what you need to actually fucking invest in your relationships and they're meaningful. It's not just a quantitative additive mathematical process. Where you add more fucking facebook friends and some out that guess you somewhere certain point there's diminishing returns and yeah like you said if you if if you try and be really close friends with more than x. Number of people. You're just gonna fail. So sadly i mean how many people do think actually fucking maxing out there dunbar number. Though as my question to you maybe a dozen close friends. That would count. You know here. But just like several la anxieties and and and and if you're counting online Friendships and acquaintances with that. I think a lot of. You'll probably overloading 'cause i think social media is kind of a pseudo connection and i think that's kind of the problem the quantity of them but also maybe the quality of a lot of them because the very related questions the quality and quantity like at what point to those individual voices chorus. What what point do you just as your mind starts to collate together. You know positive reinforcement of all types negative reports from all types. You know and then i think at that point probably like your capacity even for having another a high number of which probably diminished right like you got twenty more than twenty thousand twitter followers and your regularly checking twitter like actually fucking up your brain for show. You're saying someone was collected. Total of i think nine thousand nine hundred eighty twitter followers. Definitely fucking up. My grandson and his traveling little so funny. You say that. Because i was telling someone that i think when i got above two thousand it stopped getting fun but it wasn't even a overnight thing. It was progressively getting less fun. Because after two thousand you start getting a lot of people who are just living to give a bad faith interpretation of everything E- say so..
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Again. I mean it is challenging to talk about when we started talking about things and our group my instinct was not to allow it because our group is mainly. It's supposed to be. I supporting podcasters. So my first instinct was. We don't talk about that in here. You're welcome to have a political discussion on literally any other forum at any time and get any given place and it wasn't. Because i didn't want people to come out that i was complicit in any way it was mostly because i didn't want to make other people uncomfortable based on what was said but then i sort of realized. What exactly am i afraid of that. White people are going to be offended. That's ridiculous it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous not to allow people who feel that they've been treated unfairly to say so in any realm and that does have to do with podcasting because it's podcasting his us talking about the world that we live in. That's the world we live in. I think there is another layer to this. That i feel is important as well. And that is the element of helping people feel safe in these situations right. I would have felt that in a company that is a cocoon if you will like outside of the world is that that could facilitate and it would be easy or i would assume to be able to keep us safe space to be able to have boundaries and this is how we do it because you do need to have that kind of training. That's why is so important because it's not just let's just all start throwing stuff at each other. There are guidelines there are boundaries. There are ways in which hard conversations need to be happy and as you know just i've never been skilled at having challenging conversations. You were able to through our friendship in bits and pieces been able to teach me how to have challenging conversations and it was not easy and i told you what it felt like from inside i gave you. What my historical understanding of having hard conversations was which was usually not having them and being able to break through was hard and you are kind and you step back and then you asked me you know what are you afraid of. I remember very specifically. I was like i don't even know what i'm so afraid of. And she and you were. Just you provided the space for me to work through it on my own. So that i could tell you how i really felt but that took a while so think about it from that perspective in a place where ultimately this is what we're working for. We are all gonna feel uncomfortable. It's gonna feel on. And i wanna create that container so that we can say these things but there has to be mutual respect and understanding now when it comes to facebook groups. I have a harder time because it's a public setting and you can't set those boundaries as well as a moderator. You literally have to be like pushing people away. Like i wish people could see me. It's like you're you're blocking folks. That are going to derail things so that the hard work can be done and you need to leave it alone. You need to leave it alone. Not have people coming in. They're poking at it or gen just because with their agendas and so. That's why i still have fear about that. Because i don't feel like i'm taking care of that like i want the children not the children the children thing but to keep the boundaries a safety the rules of engagement the rules of engagement of having a challenging. This is what we're doing this and this and this. This is not allowed. This is allowed right. And i feel out of control with over. I don't know. I think we had over twenty thousand now with more than twenty thousand people in the group it's.
Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"For well about a year. Heaven forbid that this is the case with this. Ever given now shipping operators they. They do have options. They occasionally divert ships from the canal to the cape of good hope around africa to avoid bottlenecks but it comes at a cost. Sailings can take up to two weeks longer and cost cargo owners more in freight costs and dwell once again and Hugh the trickle down effect in terms of those costs eventually being passed along to us apparently the ever given had been sailing to rotterdam from china. It's owned by Japanese group operated by taiwanese group maritime experts say the ship might have struggled in those forty knot winds due to its large size just to put that into perspective the ever given can carry more than twenty thousand containers and if it were to be turned upright heaven forbid it would be taller than the empire state building now. Sure ultra ultra. Large ships can face high winds moving through the canal that can make navigating narrow parts of the waterway challenging even for the specially trained pilots to take the helm of ships as they move through the canal. You have the one ship. Captain with the maritime expert group This is based in santa rosa california saying piloting chips such as this in wind conditions outside accepted operating parameters is a recipe for disaster yet. Thank wind gusts this. According to gregory to laskey who has a ship captain what the maritime expert group wind gusts especially in that area can be severe and could easily cause the ship to be blown to one side of the canal to correct for this type of movement. Well the pilot actually has limited abilities due to the massive weight and length on this type of ship. Andrew kinsey is a senior marine. Was risk consultant. He said the weather and the canal camby rather capricious and it can have a significant impact on navigation. The resistance of an ultra large container ship to the force of the heavy winds can have as we are seeing right now. Play out can have enormous impact on maneuverability in confined waters. Funny according to the wall street journal the suez canal authority They they're in charge of all this. They operate the canal..
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Worldwide sports byline usa. And here's host ron bucks and wherever you might be across great country of ours and around the world. I'm ron bard. Good to have you with us here. On america's sports talk shows sports. Byline got a couple of good guests for you. I'll tell you who they are in just a second always liked to urge you to check out the award winning sports byline usa website. I'm looking at it right now. A lot of great interviews on the website plus don't forget about our fan poll question. We launched that the very first day when we launched the network back in nineteen eighty eight. Because i always liked to know how the fans see what's happening in sports and some of the issues and how they might vote on some of the issues as well so go to sports byline dot com to the homepage and right there on the homepage. Is our fan. Poll question. I talked to a lot of authors on the program over the years. I mean i've been sitting in this seat for better than thirty years. And i like it. Because it really found in talking to authors that very articulate very insightful in the books they write really give you a lot of depth to whatever the subject is that they're writing about and castro is going to join us in just a second. He has been with us before. He has written several other books. Including mickey mantle. America's prodigal son and his latest book is an interesting look at two of baseball's greatest players. It's called garrick. And the babe the friendship and the feud. So we'll start things off talking to tony in just a second and then my canes is gonna join us. I've known mike since his rookie days in the national football league because he broke in out of arizona state university with the new england patriots and he split his career. Fourteen years evenly between the patriots and with the raiders when they were down in. La fame defensive back and the front returner. And as i said he played fourteen years in the league and he won a super bowl championship with the raiders. I was against washington and super bowl. Eighteen and he really is widely recognized as one of the nfl's greatest db's and was a nine time pro bowl selection. He used his speed quickness and range to become both the premier defensive back and an outstanding punt return specialist. And as i said he went to arizona state. He's a two time all american and also has been inducted into the football hall of fame. I always urge you. If there's somebody you'd like to hear on the show all you have to do his email me at ron at sports byline dot com. And we've got more than twenty thousand interviews in the library. So i enjoy hearing from you. When we come back the author tony castro with us on sports. Byline men bob away..
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Mac Minutes
"From the search bar in apple maps by selecting cove. Nineteen vaccines in the fine nearby menu. Or asking the lady. Where can i get a covid vaccination. The apple maps place card for each vaccine site will include the operating hours address. Phone numbers and a link to the provider's website where maps users can learn more about the available vaccines and book appointments. The initial rollout includes more than twenty thousand locations with apple adding more sites in the coming weeks. You can see examples at the mac minutes website at mac. Minutes dot be l. u. b. r. r. y. dot net long with the data provided by vaccine finder healthcare providers or other businesses can't submit information on nine nineteen testing or vaccination locations on the apple. Business register page wants. Validated apple may display information about the testing vaccination locations to people using apple services such as apple maps information including address operating hours. Contact information and more can be fined on the riders place card in apple maps. The update is the latest effort from apple to help users better navigate the pandemic and take the proper steps to protect their health. Now look at other features. Apple maps has to battle covid cova nineteen testing locations last year apple updated apple maps to display covid nineteen testing sites in australia. Canada france germany japan. The netherlands new zealand. Portugal singapore taiwan thailand and the united states. Now there's local businesses updates apple maps now displays covid nineteen modules on the business place cards for more than forty four hundred locations allowing retailers to communicate colvin nineteen related information to their customers like special shopping hours. Next is the s ladies knowledge about covid nineteen in addition to helping users fine nearby testing sites and vaccination locations the s lady can quickly identify outdoor dining options or provide a list of nearby restaurants offering takeout s lady audio briefs help users receive the latest news and information about the pandemic through short podcast from trusted news providers and s lady can also provide guidance and resources from the cdc. If asked for example. You could ask. How do i know. I have the coronavirus. Additionally apple released a mobility data trends tool from apple maps to support the impactful work happening. Worldwide to mitigate the spread of covid nineteen this mobility data can provide helpful insights to local governments and health authorities and may also be used as a foundation for new public policies by showing the change in volume of people driving walking or taking public transit in their communities to learn more about covid nineteen mobility trends. Visit the mac minutes website at episode one hundred and nineteen at mac minutes dot be l. u. b. r. y. dot net or. You can go directly to the apple website at apple dot com slash cove in nineteen slash mobility. Let's look at some of the other features which you can used to battle covid. Nineteen we will teach you hot to covid. Nineteen location trace using your iphone. I hope you'll never have to use what you're about to learn. Hopefully you're able to get the vaccine. I many states and countries are still seeing surges in new covert cases and their strain to keep up with their tracking often. The delays are days if not weeks. Can you trace back where you've been over the past week with accuracy. It would take me a while. And i'm not sure if i would have it completely accurate you are about to learn how to make it perfect well with your iphone. You can have the data in minutes because your iphone knows where you are at all times and where you have been in a second. We'll show you how to trace back days if not weeks into your past. This is important. Apple takes privacy very seriously and the data is stored on your iphone and not elsewhere. Furthermore you need the password to get the data. Prepare yourself for a shock. When you look at your data it will show you the location time frequency and a map. You could notify people. You've come in contact with or possibly find out where you have gotten the virus. This is an invaluable skill in tracking the environment. And why it's not more publicized. I have no idea especially when lives are at stake as a side note. You can also delete this feature and turn it off if you prefer. It's really a neat way to backtrack. Without a lot of thought. This may be a good time to pause the podcast. While you get your iphone and a pen and pencil and pad of paper and listen to this again. I is to open your iphone settings next tap on privacy select location services then tap on system services scroll down until you see significant locations tap on it you will see the history press on it you should now see your history with every place you've been and map times and locations. You can take a screenshot of the different locations and print them out in a few minutes. Be able to transcribe them and make meaningful notifications to that. Based on fact in not a guess more than likely after the entry reminds you of the visit you'll be able to expound on the specifics of the visit in detail almost to the point where some people may wonder how you were able to recite such a diary with tools. Like this on your iphone. A lot more people could be tracing their location or providing contact tracer if you are so lucky information about their travels and who may be impacted. Hopefully you've got your vaccine and if you do have your vaccine you need to keep your record a good way to do so is to take a picture of it and stored in your photos file. So it's easily accessible. If you really want to go the extra step you can save it as your lock screen. That way you'll have it readily available to show any business associates or businesses that you are fully vaccinated. I did a pretty thrilled. Look on the apple app store. And currently there is no method distort the covid nineteen vaccination record and this seems like the best we have so far. I'm sure in the future. There will be options. Let's move on to one more piece of news. Tech journalists have alerted readers to be on the lookout for an apple hardware announcement or virtual event believed now to be an april apple has yet to make any announcement confirming the report. If there is an announcement we will be posting it on our mac minutes social media accounts and that is all. We have for the mac minutes. Podcast news this week. If you have a question or an idea for a pod guests please reach me at mail. Dot mac minutes at g mail dot com or through the mac minutes web page at mac minutes podcast dot com other places. We post news and events are at twitter at minutes. Underscore mac and facebook at mac minutes. I urge you to join the facebook back minutes. Podcast group where post articles from the top tech journalists. People can discuss topics post articles join special events and other great tech happenings for all podcast listeners. Out there i hope all of you and your loved ones are well getting your vaccines and looking for next week's podcast. So that's all we have for minutes. Thank you again for listening. And mac minutes is available at apple podcasts. Spotify iheartradio cast box. Deesor charitable google podcasts pod chaser and many other of your favorite podcast. Take care of yourself and we'll see as soon as we venture on word on the back minutes podcast be safe. Be nice and say well. Thank you for listening to mac and you have a great week ahead and we'll see you soon.
Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"There's just no we can't be not gonna be successful if we're not meeting this and Another key thing that i think you're talking about. Is that consistency. When i stay at a courtyard for by marietta. I know that the one in washington state and the one in florida are going to be pretty dang similar they're going to be pretty consistent Because that's what hotels have done. Well and i think from what you're talking and i can see from under the doormat. The consistency across the board on inventory. You guys are on the lecture. You know your your type of property. You know your clientele and you know what type of property do you want. So i think that consistent Just yeah i guess. Consistency and quality and control of the experience is really something. That's been missing and i am hoping as we're in twenty twenty one continues to have an up climb. I think it's actually one of the things coming out of the crisis that's become even more important than it ever was In the uk launched an accreditation program Under the doormat was one of the first companies to get accredited and showing this standards Were recently relaunched A partnership with cadogan estates wanted a big landowners in london. And so we're operating three gardens which is a batik apart hotel for businesses. That really want to grow unique. Got credibility and you need a clear set of standards both for customers as well as for the supply partners or the owners of the properties that you want to work with But i think what we can. That hotels count is. We can provide standards but not everything being standardized that authenticity. In that experience that you can provide in a home but with the right standards is i think the golden ticket. It's that help. Nation of standards with authenticity. I'm not holtom it. What what we look to provide coming onto the journey. You're you're you're talking a little bit about where we are in how we evolved where we also realized is two things one you know. Our industry is made up of. I think in europe alone more than twenty thousand small property managers companies that are.
"more than twenty thousand" Discussed on No Agenda
"Buddy like i just like a pod. I love those meet ups. That's it so healthy right now. I mean that truly is a good public service. Yeah until the government arrests us for promoting him of hope. Not and thanks to sir daniel over there for keeping that running and mimi for always keeping everything on track. This more goes into this than you. Think this type of organization We're happy to do it for everybody. Very very happy right man. We're almost at the end here. I was just seeing if i had a whole thing about domestic violent extremist. Which i'm gonna. I'm gonna keep that for date funny wine. Which is the gomes's story. Gums guy that we had a nissan who got shipped out of the country and a luggage bag. The niece the president of nissan who escaped Where was he. He was sent to lebanon or some play in a case. Gosh i forgot trying to rest. Everybody involved to americans are facing extradition to japan accused of helping to smuggle a car executive out of the country so he could avoid trial. Michael taylor and his son. Peter are alleged to have helped former nissan chairman. Carlos goan flea in a box on a private jet in two thousand and nineteen. The taylor's lawyer says they plan to appeal. I've got to wonder. What did this guy actually do that. He's so hunted of no idea. We need to look into it or somebody out. There should know the way he tells the story he was set up. Feels like something much bigger. This guy's got the goods on something or somebody. They want him out dead. Gone bear dance surprise that he was alive. Still something display. Why they went to get to the exit to americans so they can beat it out of them were. The guy went to crop odd story. This weekend is the super bowl. A fine no agenda. Tradition is always to determine who the winner will be based on political and other other issues. Besides the actual play of sports. Team doesn't never heard us do this before i thought was interesting. Well this one's kind of easy. Nobody i mean we did. We not do it in the past couple of years. I know we did world soccer cup. Mostly soccer we'd the super bowl games. We've there's no been no rhyme nor reason generally speaking now we haven't now we have a super interesting match first of all. Does anyone really know the super bowl's happening not seeing your typical promotion for it. Will they have people in the stands. Yeah they're supposed to have twenty thousand people in the stands but a couple of the pundits think they're going to actually load up to standard maybe forty fifty sixty thousand people because it's florida. Yeah and i. I kind of agree that probably be more than twenty thousand people. As people in the in the stands. The weirdness to this is that is going to be in tampa which is the one of the teams playing at their home court and this. This is the tom brady team right tom. Brady's team we've never won a super bowl. They've won plenty super bowl. Yeah the tampa. Bay buccaneers loan out the kansas city. Royals who has never won at both of them. One super bowls okay. My home the home. Yeah he's one one last year last year. Brady's one like nintendo him so he's been in ten of like six. He's lost a few so to me. What i was gonna say this match up to me feels a bit like maga- versus blm. Well then be well. I didn't think of it no strings but it would make some sense. 'cause brady's trump guy and mahomes is kind of a political so i don't see him being too involved in that side of it but this is taking place in florida. And that's the florida team. That brady is on florida's bad 'cause they built up. Yeah so for that reason alone. Kansas city should win. That's what i was thinking that out of the picture. Kansas city should win anyway. Kansas city is a tremendous football team and if they lose that would be. It would be highly interesting to see how they manage to lose because they would have to manage to lose. This is not going to be a tight game even though the three point game i don't think so now is brady the underdog in this one by three points. Wow i've brady underdogs the team right right. Well i think if you got you you've got brady got the home game. You've got crazy amount of people. You've got You've got florida. I mean it could be determining for the future of how we deal with the situation. We're in if the freedom fighters in florida win. I even know what. Kansas city's like no idea. Well it'll be a good game and unfortunately the real problem is that would normally exp a lot of money spent on super bowl weekend around the country for all parties over dad. Money's not being spent in this another drain on the economy. And i think we're two thousand dollars by the way i think the the bars certainly in new york and i think they may be doing. The same here are not allowed to have television on on super bowl. Sunday in the bar. Because people go to the bar and congregate and watch. Can you believe it lead. I wonder brooklyn's depressed. They got film crews during lockdown new york film crews during lockdown but don't watch television crews. Hey sunday will be another deconstructed day. And i look forward to it and we always have a lot of fun here i know. Jeff pre super bowl show is our free. That's right you wanna tune in pre super bowl show we get lots of information none of it about the super bowl and i'd like you to remember us at our donation website. Divorce dot org slash. I'm adam curry. And i am coming to you from Opportunities zone thirty-three here in austin texas is the capital of the drones star state and convenient located in fema region number six. If you're looking forward on the governmental map for a visit in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry now. You have your name twice i did. I'm just divided. I'll say it again. I'm john c davar but actually from silicon valley northern silicon valley where the weather is nice. Today we had some rain and now it up and everything's hunky dory except they're still have shut down half shutdown. I'm jesse my name. Three times next on no agenda stream dot com. We got to walk through.
Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
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"That's the wrong picture. Hold on a long year up here. Mike lindell there we go. Here's mike lindell. Mike lindell went to the white house. He had himself a trip to the white house. And here he is walking out and as you walk in on just get this paper in his hands in the papers got some notes on it right and so washington post photographer got a pretty good shot of the notes and so here is what are some of the things that were in the notes and so. Here's what we don't know what we don't know as if these are trump's plans that were reflected on paper that that lindell's carrying away or if these are lindell's plans he wants trump to execute and i think it's more likely lindell's plans that he wants trump to execute on. Okay so here's the reporting mike lindell. Leaving one of the things on the on the thing is that says move cash patel to cia. Acting gina gotten in the way of somebody classification stuff move capital. The acting he talks on there. There's something on there about fort meade There are on their martial law. So out of the white house. Cnn's jim acosta of fake news. Jim acosta asked lindahl. If you met with the president came. So how long would you think. This meeting was between jim. Mike lindell and the president. I mean think long time right or something well lindahl said Let's see confirmed. He did meet with trump for about five minutes on friday and said he tried the hand. The president what he described as evidence of voter fraud. Okay lindahl said trump told him to turn over his material to lawyers working at the white house who would look into it as whether or not he believes democrat joe biden on the presidential election. Lindahl said no no. He didn't win the election. Because i've seen it in dell said so cash didn't respond to cnn's requests for comment. So mike lindell minute meeting at the white house. Why did mike lindell's five minute meeting at the white house. Because donald trump's relying on mike lindell for strategy is that why if donald trump's relying on mike lindell for strategy does mike lindell get more than five minutes. I think he does. I think might lindell got five minutes. The white house because mike lindell has been the guy who is literally paid for right side broadcasting out of his right out of his right hip to allow those trump rallies and a lot of the senate hearings from around the country were broadcast. A lot of the evidence presented about the election has been paid for by right side broadcasting which has been funded a lot by mike lindell so i think trump gave him five minutes to come to the white house to say thank you and lyndale had a whole list of stuff to give trump and trump said. Yeah yeah give it to those guys. Thanks for coming. Nice to see you love japan for everything. Your tremendous your great patriot. Thanks for coming mike. cfd election. Give that stuff to my guys. They'll look at it. Thank you so much for bringing it. That's what that meeting was now. Here's what cnn made it. A nation under siege at this moment the nation's capital turning into a fortress is more governors activate the national guard in their states. Tonight that number at fourteen and it's growing and it comes ahead of warnings of armed protests. Starting as early as this weekend. So what did the president of the united states the leader of the country do at this moment of need. He hung out with the my pillow. Guy remember mike lindell known for pillows known for telling the american public to take plant extract. That would end. Cure corona virus. That's we met within. Look look what lindell had on his notes as he met with trump. A washington post photographer captured. It's old up here for a second. The document includes the words martial law and since the constitution dangerous fringe idea still making their way inside the white house so now because we saw mike lindell and and we saw the paper. We all now know what the president's public schedule actually meant in practice it read. President trump will work from early in the morning until late in the evening. He will make many calls and have many meetings. Well we know one meeting but the pillow guy who came equipped with notes about martial law. Now this sort of thing of course is disturbing and it's embarrassing for us citizens. It also exposes painfully for everyone to see around the world but trump who is the current president of the united states is not working is not doing the job of president. I really looking forward to the end of cnn. I really they should just be just see. Actually his for chinese. I didn't know it was the ccp news network. That could have been just written by the chinese communists It's just so terrible now. What the heck is going on in washington. Dc all my goodness. Have you guys paid attention to the troop movements and the number of people there. I mean wow right so fake news. Fake news new york times by the way. This is so awesome. New york post is the newspaper that twitter blocked when they reported on one hundred story. So then you heard. Post has as part of their policy now internally that they do not consider the new york times or washington post or cnn or msnbc as primary sources in other words. If that's the only place you find the reporting or the other reporting you find is only referring to them. You can't use it. You have to have at least another corroborating source outside of the new york times would that's awesome okay and that's of high approach on this program. If it's in the new york times. I don't believe it i gotta check it. It might be true. Might not be true. They don't get it all wrong but they get so much wrong right but anyway here. We are fake news news. New york times inaugural security is fortified in dc as military and police assemble dozens of police in washington on the day of the attack. The capital or said to be on that says sorry didn't print right Thousands of armed national guard troops are on their way to washington to bolster security for next week's inaugural celebration as federal investigators. Turn their attention to the difficult question of how many military and police personnel took part in the violent attack on the capital. So they're bringing people in but they want to make sure they don't get too many of those guys in there. There were bad guys because some of those cops military guys. They're bad guys Adding the tension. Dozens of people on terrorist watts watchlists for found to have been been in washington on january six for pro-trump events that ultimately devolved into the assault on the capital. So doesn't the people on a terrorist. Watchlist were found to be there or those right wing people. Were they antifa people. It doesn't say the fake news. New york times leaves us to believe that they might be white. Supremacists would the next sentence which is most were suspected. White supremacists according to the washington post. Which earlier reported on their status so the washington post is not considered primary source. And here's another thing that's not considered primary source referring to nine primary source and so this is how they do it. The ben rhodes echo chamber in action. Still photos and videos posted online showing chilling scenes riders in tactical gear moving through the cast inside the capitol complex in tight formation sometimes using hand signals to communicate with one another. And so that's all the reason why the new york times says that we need all these troops. Hey because the capital is about to be seized by military style people so they say a federal officials already concluded that the swearing-in next what next week of mr biden is likely a target for armed extremist unexpected. A flood washington with more than twenty thousand members of the national guard from thirteen states. The secret service which is leading the effort to secure the same only announced thursday in green zone in downtown.
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"Many years of torture and rape as a child. It was clear to me. This woman had been a prisoner of war as a child is was. Pow story montgomery allegedly was beaten and raped by her stepfather for many years gang-raped and urinated on by his friends and tormented by her mother before being married off at age eighteen to her abusive stepbrother. For public news service. I'm suzanne potter original reporting for. This story came from. Natalie swire for ms magazine. What house democrats moving forward on impeaching president donald trump and a coalition of west virginia lawmakers and civil rights groups are calling on state. Legislators there to also oust and disbarred attorney general for participating what they're calling and un-american effort to disenfranchise voters in the presidential election attorney general. Patrick morrissey entered west virginia into a federal lawsuit last month challenging election results in four swing states with large african american populations according to ryan franken berry with the west virginia. Working families. party. He says morrissey also spurred on rioters in the nation's capital last week with robo calls that promoted false claims about the election. Morpheus betrayed his of our state and our nation over and over again by adding west virginia unethical. Un-american lawsuits aimed at disenfranchising minority voters. Patrick morrissey is unfit to hold the highest law enforcement office in west virginia. Lorcy says the lawsuit was needed to consider unconstitutional actions. That have occurred in the states during the two thousand and twenty elections. I'm diane bernard meantime the attack all the capital last week has shocked angered many some in arizona. seats roots. An extreme rhetoric of prostate leaders. Sandra solas is a community organizer with arizona's day human rights movement. We've seen how these elected officials can actually cause more political tensions and cause more violence in our communities and that their actions do have a bigger riff on do have a big consequence in our communities. So we'll be riders at the capitol have been identified as zones and have been arrested since the attack. This is pms employees. A google or forming the alphabet workers union both to push their parent company toward greater social responsibility and ensure workers are treated fairly. It's a rare occurrence in the technology industry. But andrew gainer do war a software engineer at google. Founding member of the union says alphabet workers have a history of workplace activism in twenty eighteen. More than twenty thousand. Google employees staged a walkout for its parent company's handling issues of sexual harassment. And just last month. Roughly two thousand. Google employees signed a letter requesting transparency about the exit of dr tim. Net gabriel from the company. She's an ai researcher who criticized alphabets lack of diversity leadership towards more accountability. We wanna see them take responsibility for what we've built and for its potential to both do really amazing things for people but also to provide a space where really horrible things can strengthen grow gainer. Divorce has the power of youtube alphabet. Subsidiary was on display last week when a mob of trump's supporters stormed the us capital. He says there's a sense among members that has ample power but is no longer accountable to what their workers want for public news service. I'm looney bulky protests in portland in response to george. Floyd killing drew national attention over the summer or tatum for ports months later. Portlanders still are taking to the streets and they're organized isabela garcia with. Yes magazine details. The movement which she says relies on community groups and mutual aid services a volunteer network of people supporting each other with whatever they need. While floyd's death was the spark garcia says the protests have evolved paying attention to things such as local law enforcements budget and the role of the police union that continuous thought in how these protests were being executed. I think is a pretty big and finally drug policy advocates say marijuana legislation must include dedicated community andrea. Sears has more from new york during his state of the state address on monday. Governor andrew cuomo once again said legalization of marijuana for adult used as a priority for this year's legislative session the governor's proposed licensing opportunities and assistance in communities of color that have been disproportionately impacted by drug enforcement for decades but melissa more new york state director of the drug policy alliance says legalization which is expected to raise more than three hundred million dollars. A year in tax revenue must also include restitution directing resources to the neighborhoods and the communities that were within the eye of the target of the war for so long. This is by clifford News service we are listed supported heard on radio stations across the nation and online at public deserves dot. Org it is look at your latest weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center tonight. Expect partly cloudy skies with wind speeds remaining consistent to ten miles. Put our though. In the mid to upper twenties there will be mostly sunny skies juice day with wind speeds from the southwest of ten to fifteen miles per hour expected high end below to mid forties. Tuesday night clear skies win from the southwest of ten miles per hour. Lulu around thirty. That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com.