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Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 5 months ago

Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio

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"mr moss" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mr moss" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"The historical echoes with with the car industry. Today more than five decades ago Ford was trying to regain its status. As an automaker for a younger generation the debut abuse of the Mustang in nineteen sixty four was the embodiment of that goal last week. Ford unveiled the Mustang Mach e an electric vehicle. The automakers executive chairman. Bill Ford said this is a Mustang for a new generation. It would be hard to overstate the significance of Ford's move its signals a profound shift a leading American maker of combustion. Engine cars is so confident of the future of electric. It put its signature. Pony emblem on a vehicle powered by electrons electrons. If there are any doubt about today's epic Battle Elon. Musk made it explicit. Last Thursday with the debut of the Tesla Cyber truck which looks more like a post apocalyptic delorean on steroids than a pickup truck. Doc Mr Moss claims that there are already two hundred thousand pre orders for the thirty nine thousand nine hundred dollar e truck to rub. Rub It in Mr. Musk posted a sixteen second video. Showing Ford F one fifty losing a tug of war with the cyber truck doc that video has been viewed more than twelve million times..

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"mr moss" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr moss" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Everybody was everywhere that small thing to brag about your location. Shen was so what if there is a little bit of property damage properties in a way fictional and human damage sir. Let's look there's some knives but there were no human human caucasian lives that were lost clearly. Though this was not the desired effect of the rocks it was you don't understand rocketry. You don't understand understand science. Let me expound upon it for you. You get your information from bulletin boards from the idol gawkers and keep it sers okay the science as of my witness. The science of someone's floor shine crushing my face. That's the science that i observed sir. I was there when it happened doctor mr dr. I am deeply upset about your injuries. Perhaps i can make it up to you with a peace offering which you care for a barrel of spunk i would rather there have frank answers to my queries. Sometimes a sacrifice must be made for the sake of progress. We learned very much from that exhibition for instance which direction chirac it must go in towards space is what we learned. Such is the nature of science trial and error. Your interests were not in vain. I contributed to the greater understanding of men of science that miss mr musk. What what is your goal. Here is should it should the rocket work and not crash back into earth killing hundreds of properties well. What is your goal here. What's what's the endgame here for. If you're sending the rocket to slip these heavenly bonds which into game <hes> to send a man into the heavens. Is there anything more than that took want. Is that not enough for you to slip the surly bonds of earth. Is that not well just for me personally. It makes to me obviously very cool. I'd love to shoot iraqi. You want it to copulate with you as well. In the missionary position as off all human beings are known to make my sister sonia out of this but when you are essentially meddling with things in the celestial sphere. Do you not worry that it could awakened awakened. Certain certain entities are ancient beings like through liu yong shug off or thanos balderdash. I did know a medal title with being in the construction of his arc. No he like me merely surfed god. What about the moon. Even though what about moon i mean would you want to go to the moon could be put oh could be put a man on the moon. Obviously we can put a man on the moon we will. We'll put a man on the moon. We would put the city on the moon. We were mind the moon for valuable bauxite and bring it back to earth as repayment for our benevolent lordship coach over the moon what about blood moon sir blood moon blood moon. What about it talking about astronomical phenomenon. It's just an eclipse <music> based on the position of in your shadow but also the name of the single on the best selling phonograph of your your paramore slimes is she interested in the blood moon. <hes> oh how she loves that moon the day i met her. I promised just the moon perhaps it's the stench of ether emanating from your co hosts so thick. It's quite thick. It's to the point that you should not to be alive. Well yeah. There's a lot of ways. I couldn't have been along. The scent emanates to the extent that i can tell your listeners that i intend to wed my beloved science on the moon imagine that perhaps you are jealous sir. All your sweetheart must be craving. You cannot wed her on the moon but i can well she. She has a very fetching look a look of a victim of bricusse or cholera. Someone who's dirty yeah. Sorry mr mr moss but we have to get this in. Do you hate it when anarchists kill your mailman go to hearst shipping the only shipping company that are protected by pinkerton. Don't you hate when your pony express rider comes you. You and he's got five arrows in his back folks. Don't you wish that you had the inside information..

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"mr moss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"From the president on Twitter, who called the Republican lawmaker quote a total lightweight today, we learned the congressman mosh will face a primary challenge next year. State Representative Jim lower earlier today, I asked Washington Times, national reporter, Bailey, vote to explain how these developments unfolded, the tweet made by. Mr. Mark is absolutely stunning, because he's not only jumped diverging and becoming the first GOP person to say Trump committed impeachable offense offensive but on top of that he's actually jumping the gun on several democratic leaders as well. And then people and others have died were we want to investigate the president. It may lead to impeachment, but were still we wanna start with investigating, but Mr. moss has jumped and he said, these are impeachable offenses so based on that. What kind of reaction is congressman mosh getting from national Republicans and, or the Republican National Committee? So the GOP has really. We've been trying to divide diverse themselves from ducks in a off. They want to make them look like the only person on the island alone. House, minority leader Kevin McCarthy has said this is only an attention grabber for Representative Ammash and the President Trump has even called him a lightweight and a loser. We learned today, based on your reporting and others that he is now going to face a primary challenge. What do you know about? State Representative Jim lower Jin lower is a local Michigan Representative he serves in the same area that Justin Amash does. And he's much more on the Trump train. He wants to support the president. He actually in his announcement which was from a statement provided by the Detroit News. He called Mr. marshes statement out of touch, and said that he must be replaced, and he feels that he's the one that can do it. So this really is going to be a test in twenty twenty of a pro-trump versus anti-trump within the Republican party. Absolutely. And Mr. moss, has not received a primary challenge since two thousand fourteen and he beat that with fifty seven percent of the vote. So, but this is all before Trump. This is before Trump has been able to rally bait to get people to go out and vote for their local representatives, which is some consum- times the elector turnout. So there is a possibility that Justin Amash could end his five year stint as Representative for the third district of Michigan, with the law because of the help that Trump could provide this new challenger this story at a Washington Times dot com. They leave vote national reporter here in Washington. Thank you for being with us. Thank you for having me. In other news on this Monday, why we could lose its grip on the number two ranking in worldwide. Cell phone sales after Google announcing it would comply with US government restrictions meant to punish the Chinese tech company. According to the societas press, the Trump administration's move. Which effectively bars, US firms from selling components and software to while way up in the anti and a trade war between Washington and Beijing partly reflects a struggle for global economic and technological dominance. Meanwhile, T mobile and sprint are one big step closer to get in the US government approval to merge as the Federal Communications Commission chair pie today announcing his support for the deal. Combining two of the four largest US mobile carriers pies announcement, virtually guarantees at the FCC will approve the deal Commissioner Brendan car talked about five G American security and the proposed merger on CNBC the security of the five network is also one of our top priorities just last week or two weeks ago we voted to prevent China Mobile, which is a company, ultimately wholly owned by the People's Republic of China, from interconnecting with the US, you saw the Trump administration announced steps as well with respect to wall way to make sure we have security in our supply chain. So we're very focused on this. Issue. I think right now the leadership were showing is going to hold us in good. Stead. Commissioner. Do we have enough specifics on what security looks like.

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"mr moss" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A jingle stuck in your head? Yes. Yes. All right. Alexa on the go. It's not just my dream anymore. It's reality it will be reality. Perhaps as early as the second half of this year. Bloomberg has learned that Amazon is working on ear buds with built in Alexa, access with them. You will be able to use your voice to order goods and access music weather. Another information on the go. Apparently, they're going to be very similar to Apple's air pots. But Amazon says well, it is said to be working on better audio quality. They have not confirmed this report. But there you go. Alexa. Alexa by. Now. That's a good one. All right. We have our friend, Mr. moss. The contemptible, Mr. musk. SEC on. Yes. Well, Elon Musk and the SEC have two weeks to work out their differences over how the Tesla's CEO post company news on social media, if they cannot reach an agreement they will hear from federal judge the agency claims musk violated and Tober settlement with a February post on Twitter, and they wanted him found in contempt of court. Yes. But US district judge Allyson Nathan yesterday said look she questioned the specifics of the deal told the two sides to rework the language. So that would not be any ambiguity on what musk is and is not allowed to post. So we'll see what happens here our friends at Samsung had taken a dive. Yeah. They reported their worst operating profit drop in more than four years hurt by falling prices for memory chips and slowing smartphone. Sales operating income fell sixty sixty six zero percent of the big number two about five and a half billion dollars. Futures were happy. Yeah. There little happy. They're kind of smiling quietly while we wait for the jobs report s and p futures up almost four points. Nasdaq up about thirteen from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w..

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"mr moss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Whether Mr. moss comments in the light to help Ford with that mission in many ways would most likely doing is a neighbor who set back from having to feel so. True from Tacoma. And as an also says his place a mosque last summer for pace and execution was extraordinarily successful. We go to Europe next where German Spicer said to be fighting to keep hallway out of five g we have the story from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. We're hearing hardliners in Chancellor Angela Merkel's government, including members of German intelligence are fighting for to keep the Chinese telecom. Equipment giant out of the country's five G networks, they're concerned while we could help China's steel corporate and even state secrets and we're hearing the government there is scheduled to begin the process of issuing five g licenses within weeks. Intelligence officials there. Meantime are exploring asking that recipients are evaluated for trustworthiness and for how companies interact in their country of origin. Meantime, today opened the big cybersecurity lab in Brussels. It will allow wireless companies that our customers to review the source code running through its network year. Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, it looks like guy in it's finally nearing release on bail. The auto executive could get out of prison today after an effort by prosecutors to appeal his bail failed the former head of Nissan still has to come up with the nine million dollars though, she get out. Also, there's a chance prosecutors could still arrest him on new charges guy has been imprisoned since November on suspicion of financial improprieties. It is time for global news where it's six minutes past the hour here in the states. The House Judiciary committee has now asked for information about the Trump campaign and business dealings from more than eighty one people the list, that's a long list. Ed Baxter covering the story for us from the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco. I would imagine that it's no longer growing, but grow it. Did right? Well, it has grown, and I I don't know I'll do the over under forty. I would say will grow as they as they go on as the investigation widens. It gets more serious. The president though, Doug is lamented not surprised to tap in base. Basically, they've started the campaign. So that campaign begins, but the campaigns actually they're going for the last two and a half years. He says it's a disgrace. But former Trump attorney Tycom is supporting Robert Muller and the house I knew by molars American hero. Muller's again. Even though came from an argument privileged background has backbone of steel he walked into a firefight in Vietnam to pull out one of his injured colleagues and CNN now reported the president Pash pressured, then chief of staff John Kelly to approve a security clearance for daughter Ivanka New York Times reported yesterday. He'd done the same for son-in-law, Jared and FBI director Christopher Wray says Russia's attempts at election interference has not waned. And this is the allied commander of NATO operations general Curtis. Scaparrotti says cyber warfare is definitely intensifying around the globe like anything and cyber though it's a very dynamic world. We've got you know, we're we're facing Russia who is very agile Inness and good at it. He says more operational facility need to combat Russia with the scraping scrapping of the US. South Korea drills to country's military will be spending time in front of computer screens, mock war instead of being out there flying and sailing the military's. Becoming gamers as a postmortem analysis continues on what actually happened at the Trump Kim summit in Hanoi brooking institution. Senior fellow Michael O'Hanlon says there's been talk about sanctions eroding. But one thing is clear. I think we have to give China a lot of credit again, they could do better they allow some of Asian. It's not perfect. They are sort of impatient. Just as South Korea's impatient to see the sanctions regime relaxed, but so far so far they have kept their word pretty much now US national security adviser John Bolton, meanwhile, says North Korea will have to release its position or and reassess it or face more sanctions. And China's president Xi Jinping is looking to visit Pyongyang sometime. This month at is John Yang report in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Doug. All right. Thanks to our guests for the half hour is Stefan hope for he is chief investment strategist at LGBT Bank. Joining us from our studios in Hong Kong, Stefan, pleasure to have you on the program. If we remove this cloud that's been hanging over markets. Now for quite some time that's called the US China trade war is it enough to kind of revitalize the global growth story. Do you think? Or are we going to continue to trade week for some time? I think that's the really the million dollar question at this point I in terms of financial markets. I mean, you know, there's been so much excitement and expectations and enthusiasm about China US trade deal, we might be stepping into a situation where it's a buy on rumors sell on fact type outcome. So in other words, we could have another say two or three weeks of positive equity market performance. Positive sentiment and so on. But then once it's done it's priced in. And then we have to ask what catalysts are after you know, in the pipeline after this. And frankly, when I look around I don't see that many. So as as implying where the global economy is slowing and China's doing its best and so on, but we're really passed the peak here, and I think that's really so the big question for investors at the moment. Yeah. One of our Anka's yesterday was saying what are we going to talk about when they steel if this deal comes through, but I guess one of the things as you're talking about looking for another catalyst is going to be shutting our attention back to central banks, and certainly the change in tune, I guess from the fed that we've seen in the last few months, so that that's certainly helpful. I mean financial markets would really be very happy with two hikes, maybe one. But then if we look at the others, so ECB and Bank of Japan. I mean that could potentially just be further easing, but not really in a sort of a positive sentences is because you know, they have lingering issues and Japan. We just have no inflation in Europe. We have some countries which are struggling with growth. Those are not positive catalyst per se. Those are just backstops to prevent major downside. So for at the end of the tightening cycle. At least where the fed is concerned for the moment, if we're ended the growth cycle at least where global economies are concerned, and we're seemingly near the end of the. Asset inflation cycle. If I can even use that term without being pejorative where does that leave us? So we're just going to kind of remain in stasis and drift. Unlikely. I think rather what it means is that if you think about a portfolio what you should be positioning in the next few weeks or so is to be cutting back on your equities and stepping into fixed income, and frankly, holding cash is not that bad either. I mean, you know, let's see let's have the dust. Settle. Let's see where we are. Let's see if there are any positive catalysts have some amunition in the portfolio ready to step into lower ASA values as and when they occur. And frankly, you know, the great thing is that these days, you know, cash pays you something. I mean, you'll recall a few years ago cash zero you're right about that. But the issue too is one where there may be some geopolitical risk, particularly on trade. So we've got US China taking care of what about the US potential auto tariffs story. I mean, where would that leave us not only for Japan and Korea, but Germany and the rest of Europe as well. We'll have more with Steph on.

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Heismanheisman And Kyla Murray discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Heismanheisman And Kyla Murray discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Someone you probably won't see in the Super Bowl Oklahoma quarterback Kyla Murray. So he is in the Heisman conversation. I mean, obviously to is far and away the Heisman favorite, but you know, calamari being New York he'll have a suit on and he'll be considered. And he is a pro level quarterback. Like he could go in the draft and be a professional quarterback in the NFL. But here's what he had to say about that decision. He also played other sports. I like, but as far as. That's the plan. He was drafted by the as we got a four point six million dollar signing bonus. So Jalen, rose baseball or football. What do you think about this decision for Mr. moss moles, and I appreciate your maz-? Maturity I was in college before you could Google any of the footage. I was not that polished no not that disciplined that young man understands who he is. Like forget sports like he will be successful. Like, I just see that trait and certain people saw Victor depot sorta CJ McCollum e you talk off wack, and we interview them like he got it. He got it. And the reason why I say that is right now he's playing on a team. They may be in college playoff this season. Right now.

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"mr moss" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Because he was he was missed a monster in the back that was that was that was that was the work would have grown the baba Stroman who see really, Mr. monster. That's what they called him, Mr. monster Bank. They did not call him mister monster and said, Mr. money in a Bank. He was he was missed a monster in the bay, Mr. moss and the Bank. I would rather have would you say, no you go. No. I can't remember what what I said. What did you say? What before? Yeah. I said Brian the Babas drive, and I liked that Brutus Brutus ball of Ron Brown, the barber beefcake Br. Br no Braun Braun the storm and briefcase. Anyways, I'm saying that bronze Stroman wins and Stephanie McMahon has to grant him all of his desires, which is basically a rematch against Brock listener at Sables oil bumble something somewhere. So able to save us. Hello. Jack prediction about sable slam. No. No this one. Okay. Okay. Okay. Well, tell me theory. So we miss you Sebastian I'm actually gonna I'm actually gonna go for something different. I still agree that is going to go to the rule side. But I think they are going to somehow get Braun out of it. And I also think it's either going to I think McIntyre, I think McIntyre will be the sole surviving with this. More prediction assignment Mon of coral because he's not the best in the world. No because it will come down to bronze Stroman, Bobby Lashley enshrinement Mon the only three then, of course, baron Coburn is fruit few feuding with Braun, Leslie will go, and then baron Coburn will cost Stroman the match and shine. We'll go over. Wow. That's not a bad. Call. That's thing. Chains always a possibility. That's because he's the acting Commissioner opened over needs a position his match barely from what I've heard the rumor is Shane father is very influential. I don't know if that's true out who is chains. Father. I believe it's a. Sorry. Is it brawn? No, no shame bronner's. I changed father. Oh. Say you'll father. Is. Heard of Lord Alfred Hayes. Yes, apparently. Yes. That's not as father. Oh, it's asking for you ever heard of. But is is like a baby's arm holding. Apple can Can be. be here. You got a big cock, really? I never heard that. Wait what? Father was Johnny Carson's sidekick oh for many years. Ed McMahon who was the spokesman for publishers clearinghouse, but he wasn't. And when you hear my upcoming Mandela effect podcast, which is a whole different world. So Ed McMahon. Yes. From beyond the grave used to give out checks. It did. Yes. So now he could influence a push for Shane McMahon. Coincidentally the boss of the WB this man, that's my pick to win. Have you heard about the room is now that I did not I'm not saying this because I think it's going to happen or even hope it's going to happen who doesn't. But like now the shame is now the best in the world people thinking of punks comeback. I heard that that was shot down instantly. Of course, somebody else. Ourselves the best in the world of what they do. That was me. I call myself that too. There you go. Maybe it's me. Maybe I'm going to be a survivor slam. I use a team the Shane's father, but TV and the. Exclusive exclusive what did you do there? It's like, okay. No. I don't do. I actually know. I know you still, but it's sleazy it's gonna be it's still nine hold the microphone away. Just started only second drink. He's. He's. He actually did bring a glass from his own room. But that's about peak shine to win. It will be done a Leslie, and Stroman Barron Kobe going to do something other than standard, you really think that they. Yes that they have shame wind and this, and and Coburn will cost Stromer much, and because feuding on the side and shine. We'll take it when seines involved, you never know. I'm going to go with that. So we're going to move on to raw versus smackdown. Just nothing. Oh, tag-team jabs, the author of all boy, I can't wait to go off on this one authors of pain, come and Resor. I like that name Rosario. It's pretty cool versus smackdown tag team champs. The bar. My broS my brothers Zara. And shame..

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"mr moss" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on KCRW

"Thousands of students in Florida are waiting to know when they can return to their classrooms. That's the panhandle tries to recover from hurricane Michael. That storm severely damaged more than half of the schools in bay county and left them with no electricity or water for some all that remains are foundation walls. Steve moss's. Vice chairman of the bay county school board joins us on the line from Panama City, Mr. moss. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. What do you need now? Well, the educational needs of our students are still taking a back seat to just the humanitarian needs. They have just a basic food shelter clothing water. And just the basic needs of why do you have anything resembling? A time line is to win. You may reopen the schools we hope maybe mid November. If you saw the devastation that's really an aggressive timeline because so many of our schools don't have power or running water or like, Chris ity or any of those internet service any of those things you would normally see out of school. We do want to make sure all of our seniors graduate on time. And that most of our students are able to promote the next grade level to be able to do that we need to start as soon as we can for sure Mr. moss. How do you handle the fact that I'm sure a lot of students are in families who have lost their homes, and they're staying with relatives or had to move to other places and the your district's must be all mixed up by now. Now, it really is. And for most of our communities, we have basically thirty six schools about twenty six thousand students in our school district, and there's several cities within our county and within each of those cities to school is oftentimes the hub of that community. Especially for a lot of our students that school Dolly was the hub of that community. But that one St. place that they could rely on because oftentimes the home life of our kids, it's pretty rough. And so we're trying to best we can to rebuild those communities through rebuilding our schools as fast as we can. But for a lot of our students it'll take years to get them back to where they were before the hurricane hit. Do you have any schools that escaped damage or or at least haven't been hurt so badly that you you can't use them? We have between six to twelve that are usable. Here's the dilemma we're coming up with the schools that are severely damaged. We can't use because they don't have power electricity to schools that work damage are now big used as shelter. For the time being and and maybe future. Mr moss. I gathered that despite or maybe even because of the considerable losses. You've had and challenges. You have there's still going to be a football game Saturday night. Yes, there will Scott in a feeling there'll be a lot of folks there that aren't sports fans, but they're coming there. Just because it's a way for our community to come together through of all things football game. Oh, that sounds nice. Do you ever cheer? You can share with us. What the team that's playing are the Moseley dolphin of all things. And so the band will be they're playing the fight song. Cheerleaders will be there. And we're trying to have it look as much as a regular football game would be even though we understand that a lot of athletes battle be playing are living in shelters and do not have a home to return to after the game. But a lot of our student athletes their extended family is their teeth. And so it'd be a way for them to reconnect with their teammates and their extended family on the field. I don't get a vote but go dolphins. With you. Absolutely Scott, Steve Moss's, vice chairman of Florida's bay county school board. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks. This is NPR news. Hey.

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"mr moss" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news. Thousands of students in Florida are waiting to know when they can return to their classrooms. That's the panhandle tries to recover from hurricane. Michael storm, severely damaged more than half of the schools in bay county and left them with no electricity or water for some all that remains are foundation walls. Steve Moss's, vice chairman of the bay county school board. Join us on the line from Panama City, Mr. moss. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. What do you need now? Well, the educational needs of our students are still taking a back seat to just the humanitarian needs or they have just a basic food shelter, clothing water and just the basic needs. The why do you have anything resembling? A time line is to win. You may reopen the schools we hope maybe mid November. If you saw the devastation that's really an aggressive timeline because so many of our schools don't have power or running water or like Christie or any of those internet service, any of those things you would normally see out of school. We do want to make sure all of our seniors graduate on time. And that most of our students are able to promote the next grade level to be able to do that we need to start as soon as we can for sure Mr. moss. How do you handle the fact that I'm sure a lot of students are in families who have lost their homes, and they're staying with relatives or had to move to other places and the your district's must be all mixed up by now. Now, it really is. And for most of our communities, we have basically thirty six schools about twenty six thousand students in our school district and there're several cities within our county and. What did each of those cities to school is oftentimes the hub of that unity, especially for a lot of our students that school not was the hub of community. But that one St. place that they could rely on because oftentimes the home life of our kids. It's pretty rough. And so we're trying the best we can to rebuild those communities through rebuilding our schools, especially as we can. But for a lot of our students. It'll take years to get them back to where they were before the hurricane hit. Do you have any schools that escaped damage or or or at least haven't been hurt so badly that you you can't use them? We have between six to twelve on. That are usable. Here's the dilemma were coming up with the schools that are severely damaged. We can't use because they don't have power like trysofi to schools that work damaged are now being used as shelters for the time being and maybe for the foreseeable future. Mr moss. I gathered that despite or maybe even because of the considerable losses. You've had challenges you have. There's still going to be a football game Saturday night. Yes, there will Scott. And I have a feeling there'll be a lot of folks there that aren't sports fans, but they're coming there. Just because it's a way for our community to come together through of all things football game. Oh, that sounds nice. Do you ever cheer? You can share with us. What the team is playing are the Moseley dolphin of all things. And so the band will be they're playing the fight song. The cheerleaders will be there. And we're trying to have it look as much as a regular football game would be even though we understand that a lot of athletes battle be playing are living in shelters and do not have a home to return to after the game. But for a lot of our student athletes. Eric stinted family is their teeth. And so it'd be a way for them to reconnect with their teammates their extended family on the football field. I don't get a vote but go dolphins. With you. Absolutely Scott, Steve Moss's, vice chairman of Florida's bay county school board. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks. This is NPR.

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"mr moss" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To apply my dreams and right from them. It might be my dream producers withholding for awhile, basically, saying get on and do more with what you've received already could be affected. Let's go to Keith in Rochester, New York. Hey, keith. Good morning. Yes. Both of you got it. Right. Perception wise concerning Davinci, and tesla, sir Isaac Newton stated if I've seen further than others. It's because I've stood on the. Shoulders of giants. Yeah. What else said that people hate giants because they're too far ahead of their time. Recently going back some years I've been reading on the climber of Mount Everest. The man who died George Mallory in nineteen twenty four and coming across him. I've come across a Buddhist teachings called the showed us see H O D A, which has to do with the wilder dreaming a Buddhist teachings and I wanted to say and even bringing Mr. Nori previous guess miss. Joyce Keller that for many people Freud and young might sound dry. But my question to Mr. moss would be concerning that showed why not bring forth to people just how Frayne and emancipating dreaming like the shoulder can be in your wildest dreams that instead of making a dry really bring the people what dreaming can do in everyday life. So whether it's you Mr. moss or miss Joyce. Keller really bringing this alive to the average person in causing. I don't think many people really realize what dreams can do for them in their lives. I couldn't agree with you more. I mean, this is what I do. This is what I do in my books and my teaching I make it clear. It's fun. This is a road of limitless adventure and exploration and discovery the melody dimensional universe. And if you read my book mysterious realities, I think the last thing you'll be inclined to call. It is dry. You might think it is too wild. Even though you're asking for wildness because these are wild tales of real travels in the dream lands that have real travels and ordinary reality. When by someone who understands that the magic is right here. It's all around us. It's crackling all around us. So, you know, if you're asking us to advertise the fact that you can have wild times as a dream. That's what I do everyday property if you had to have one kind of dream regularly. What would that be pre cognitive lucid? What would you prefer? But it would probably be if I had to have all the.

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"mr moss" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Life, including I've have one pre cognitive drain turned out to be true all of a sudden within the last year, or so I can't remember any greens. At all. What happened? Do you say why am I not able to? I'm not sure Carol. But there's something that I would do if I'd been a long-term general keepers. You have is with it while I'm waiting for the dream slow to stop again. I'd open those old journals random not with a plan. I just open one. And then another what's facing the on the page. This can be a source of inspiration. It might actually juice juice up a renewed slow. I find it a wonderful game to play an old journal to open to the randoms. I'd say look at node report. And think about what this means to me today. Sometimes I find evidence of long range peacock mission, you mentioned one because you might discover that they were more you might find when you look in a journal from five years ago, for example, there are clues to something that is manifesting now, and you might find it by connecting with that previous dream prolific recalling self you in some ways, you know, in the flow again. So that's something. I would do while waiting for the dream flow to be restored. Another thing. I would do is. I've been talking about this. I'd make a practice. When I go outside my house, go outside back, and I'd be make a practice of looking for unusual. Unexpected things that pop up in my field of perception and making those images from ordinary life part of my dream flow of that day. The fact that she has trouble remembering dreams could that be medical? Well, we don't know the circumstances. There are some medications that is here with dream with dream recall and actually interfere with breathing function. I don't know that that's the situation. I must say that sometimes George when I find myself going through a dry patch. And I consider my situation as a prolific green. I think well, maybe my dreams have dried up for a while. Because I need to do more with the one already got dreams require action. That action is often writing something all making it out of the electoral workshop, I notice if I haven't been taken up creative action to apply my dreams and right from them. It might be my dream producers withholding for while basically saying get on and do more with what you've received already that can be affected. Let's go to Keith in Rochester, New York. Hey, keith. Good morning. Yes. Both of you got it. Right. Perception wise concerning the Vinci, and tesla, sir Isaac Newton stated if I've seen further than others. It's because I've stood on the. Shoulders of giants. Someone else said that people hate giants because they're too far ahead of their time. I recently going back some years I've been reading on the climber of Mount Everest. The man who died a George. Mallory in nineteen twenty four and coming across him. I've come across a Buddhist teachings called the showed us E H O D A, which has to do with the wilder dreaming of Buddhist teachings and I wanted to say and even bringing Mr. Nori previous guests miss Joyce Keller that for many people Freud and young might sound dry. But my question to Mr. moss would be concerning that Shoda why not bring forth to people just how Frayne and emancipating dreaming like the shoulder can be in your wildest dreams that instead of making a dry really bring the people. What's dreaming can do in everyday life? So whether it's you Mr. moss or miss Joyce. Keller really bringing this alive to the average person. 'cause in closing. I don't think many people really realize what dreams can do for them in their lives. Well, I couldn't agree with you more. I mean, this is what I do. This is what I do in my books in my teaching. I make clear it's fun. This is a road of limitless adventure and exploration and discovery the multi dimensional universe. And if you read my book mysterious realities, I think the last thing you'll be inclined to call. It is dry. You might think it is too wild. Even though you're asking for wildness because these are wild tales of real travels in the dream lands that have real travels in olden reality. When by someone who understands that the magic is right here. It's all around us. It's crackling all around us. So, you know, if you're asking us to advertise the fact that you can have wild times as a dream. That's what I do everyday Robert if you had to have one kind of dream regularly. What would that be pre cognitive lucid? What would you prefer? But it would probably be if I had to have on all.

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"mr moss" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To apply my dreams and right from them. It might be my dream producers withholding for awhile, basically, saying get on and do more with what you've received already that could be affected in Rochester, New York. Hey, keith. Good morning. Yes. Both of you got it. Right. Perception wise concerning Davinci, and tesla, sir Isaac Newton stated if I've seen further than others because I've stood on the. Shoulders of giants. Yeah. Someone else said that people hate giants because they're too far ahead of their time. I recently going back some years I've been reading on the climber of Mount Everest. The man who died George Mallory in nineteen twenty four and coming across him. I've come across a Buddhist teachings called the showed us E H O D A, which has to deal with the wilder. Dreaming a Buddhist teachings and I wanted to say and even bringing Mr. Nori previous guests miss Joyce Keller that for many people Freud and young might sound dry. But my question to Mr. moss would be concerning Shoda why not bring forth to people just how freen and emancipating dreaming like the shoulder can be in your wildest dreams that instead of making. Dry really bring the people what draining can do in everyday life. So whether it's you Mr. moss or miss Joyce Keller really bringing this alive to the average person. Because in closing. I don't think many people really realize what dreams can do for them in their lives. Oh, I couldn't agree with you more. I mean, this is what I do. This is what I do in my books in my teaching. I make it clear. It's fun. This is a road of limitless adventure and exploration and discovery the melody dimensional universe. And if you read my book mysterious realities, I think the last thing you'll be inclined to call. It is dry. You might think it is too wild. Even though you're asking for wildness because these are wild tales of real travels in the dream lands that have real travels in reality. When by someone who understands that the magic is right here. It's all around us. It's crackling all around us. So, you know, if you're asking us to advertise the fact that you can have wild times is a dream. That's what I do everyday Robert if you had to have one kind of dream regularly. What would that be precaution itself? Lucid what would you prefer? It would probably be if I had to have one all the time, but probably be a dream.

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"mr moss" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Long range, pre cognition you mentioned one freak out. And do you might discover that they were more you might find that when you look in a journal from five years ago, for example, there are clues to something that has manifesting now, and you might find that by connecting with that previous dream prolific recalling self you in some ways, you know, open the flow again. So that's something. I would do while waiting for the dream flow to be restored. Another thing. I would do is. I've been talking about this. I'd make a practice of when I go outside my house go outside that top. And I'd be be make a practice of looking for unusual. Unexpected things that pop up in my field of perception and making those images from ordinary life part of my dream for that day. The fact that she has trouble remembering dreams could that be medical? Well, we don't know the circumstances. There are some medications that is the dream with dream records actually interfere with function. I don't know that that's the situation. I must say that sometimes George when I find myself going through a dry patch. And I consider my situation as a prolific dreamer. I think well, maybe my dreams that dried up for a while because I need to do more with the one already got dreams acquire action. That action is often writing something making a out of electoral workshop, I notice if I haven't been taking up creative action to apply my dreams and right from them might be. If my dream producers withholding for awhile, basically, say get on and do more with what you've received already that could be affected. Let's go to Keith in Rochester, New York. Hey, keith. Good morning. Yes. Both of you got it. Right. Perception wise concerning Davinci, and tesla, sir Isaac Newton stated if I've seen further than others. It's because I've stood on the. Shoulders of giants. Someone else said that people hate giants because they're too far ahead of their time. Recently going back some years I've been reading on the climber of Mount Everest. The man who died George Mallory in nineteen twenty four and coming across him. I've come across a Buddhist teachings called the showed us see H O D A, which has to deal with the wilder. Dreaming a Buddhist teachings and I wanted to say and even bringing Mr. Nori previous guests miss Joyce Keller that for many people Freud and young might sound dry. But my question to Mr. moss would be concerning that showed why not bring forth to people just how Frayne and emancipating dreaming like the children can be in your wildest dreams that instead of making a dry really bring the people what dreaming can do in everyday life. So whether it's you Mr. moss or miss Joyce. Keller really bringing this alive to the average person. 'cause closing. I don't think many people really realize what dreams can do for them in their lives. Well, I couldn't agree with you more. I mean, this is what I do. This is what I do in my books in my teaching make it clear, it's fun. This is a road of limitless adventure and exploration and discovery the multi dimensional universe. And if you read my book mysterious realities, I think the last thing you'll be inclined to call. It is dry might think it is too wild. Even though you're asking for wildness because these are wild tales of real traveled in the dreamland that have real travels and ordinary reality. When by someone who understands that the magic is right here. It's all around us. It's crackling all around us. So, you know, if you're asking us to advertise the fact that you can have wild times the dream. That's what I do everyday Robert if you had to have one kind of dream regularly. What would that be pre cognitive lucid? What would you prefer? It would probably be if I had to have on all the time, but probably be a dream in which I am perfectly. Happy Malek's in an alternate world and ultimate reality from which I. Can turn rested and regenerated. I find myself going again, recovering Lee to certain places, I know in the dreamland, I place, for example, where where I have an apartment department of an eccentric scholar at the penthouse, and I've access twenty kind of book any kind of information because I like to read in any reality, George but outside because I'm also a swimmer who doesn't swim enough where I live. There's a beautiful rooftop pool. And you know, what in this environment physics different? So if I feel like jumping off the terrorists falling twenty flying ninety twenty stories into a into a blue bay and coming up like a whatever I can do that. I like my ideal dream if it's going to be recurring is to be in a situation normal terrestrial physics do not apply. I have the body that I want the lifestyle I want, and I can continue my studies in my reading, and my creating it'd be part of my life. Whatever track on, Robert. Thank you for being on the program. Keep in touch with us. Okay. Great,.

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"mr moss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you president trump and british prime minister theresa may adding up their news conference in buckinghamshire england at chequers the prime minister's official country home the associated press reporting that germany's current and former foreign ministers are criticizing comments made by president trump about their country and european allies in extracts of an interview with the german weekly der spiegel published today for minister said mr trump's verbal attacks against germany endangered the west security spiegel quoted mr moss as saying that quote europe can't accept that what's been built up over many years is intentionally damaged for the thrill of being provocative coming up on span radio live at one pm we will go to the hudson institute here in washington for discussion with director of national intelligence dan coach he's expected to talk about the russian election interference cybersecurity and other issues next from wednesday i senate rules committee hearing on election security this runs about an hour and fifteen minutes beginning with the committee chair missouri republican roy blunt morning the committee will come to order great to welcome our witnesses today i'm particularly grateful that two of our colleagues from the senate will start us off with some observations they have about this critically important issue also i'm glad that my fellow missourian scott linebacker is here and i had a chance to learn more about his growing company and in this area a few weeks ago and look forward to his testimony is as i do the testimony of all the others this is the second in a series of hearings on election security is we know during the two thousand sixteen election cycle state and local officials were tested like they had not been tested before and even after the election were more aware of the threats that were out there and there need to have better information about those threats and more help as to.

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"mr moss" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Welcome to the doctors pharmacy i'm dr mark hyman and this week's guest is michael moss in extraordinary investigative journalists in new york times wrote a book called salt sugar and fat exposing the food industry tactic to keep us hooked and sick and fat he's on coming up next stay tuned so welcome to doctors pharmacy i'm dr mark hyman and i'm really excited today to have an extraordinary guests michael moss reporter for the new york times who's really had extrordinary career he's a prize winning journalist he wrote a book which i love called salt sugar and fat how the food giants hooked us was a number one new york times bestseller published in twenty thirteen amazing book everybody should get a copy he's really working on another book which i'm excited to read which we don't know when it's coming out yet but it's called hooked food and free will which is an important topic because if we are hooked and addicted to food it's hard to have free will win foods addictive personal responsibility i think is a fiction from two thousand twenty fifteen he was an investigative reporter with new york times most of your putting on the processed food industry and in two thousand ten he won the pulitzer prize for explanatory porting on his investigation on the dangers of contaminated meat his hamburger article was a centerpiece of a body work focused on surprising and troy cooling holes in the food system to keep food safe before joining the times mr moss was a reporter for the wall street journal new york newsday and the atlanta journal constitution and he was finalist for the pulse surprise in two thousand six for his reporting on the lack of protective armor for soldiers in iraq and in nineteen ninety nine for a team effort on wall street's emerging influence on the nursing home industry he received an overseas press club citation in two thousand seven for stories on the faulty justice system for the american held detainees in iraq mr moss has been agic professor klump university graduate school of journalism in nineteen eightythree covered an expedition up the west ridge of mount everest in paul i always wanted to do that i'm like sad i didn't get to go and he was born in.

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"mr moss" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It about an allen hansen about a young pitching stratton blocking suarez what the hell you gotta love it and we'll do it after city national bank business and technology jason middleton what he got the markets are building on friday's gains helping turn may positive for the dow warren buffett hosted the berkshire hathaway shareholder meeting over the weekend almost fifty thousand people attended at that meeting mr buffet called out fellow billionaire elon musk by saying ilan may turn things upside down in some areas i do not think he'd want to take us on in candy so elon musk tweeted that he will start a candy company and that it will be amazing surely he's not serious right then he tweeted i'm super super serious last week mr moss coasted an unusual earnings call where he refused to take some questions from an analysts and he called out people who are shorting tesla tesla burns through cash and tries to get it's all important model three sedan out the factory door perhaps now is not the time for musk to launch an eight sidehustle i'm jason middleton jason all over the elon musk tip traffic on monday may seven what are we got from the chilton auto body traffic desk a crash reported in san mateo is slow traffic down on southbound one zero one it's just north of ninety two motorcycle involved two left lanes are blocked poplar just a reminder for motorists out there that motorcycles now very prevalent on bay area freeways just use extreme caution while changing lanes in particular southbound one a one year open road a crash in the left hand lane bunch of metal reported in lanes there as well so it's backing up and of course northbound one zero one jammed with a wreck near mckee they're trying to get that over to the shoulder now but it is solid bumper to bumper from europe of road and heading into san francisco it is still backed up into the maze as metering lights activated at the toll plaza of the.

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"mr moss" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It said to be preferred by those involved in organized crime and now the boss of a canadian technology company has been charged by the us justice department for selling encrypted blackberry and android phones to criminal organizations including a mexican drug cartel vincent trauma who was indicted along with four of his associates to tell us a bit more we're joined now by david leon american technology editor greetings to you dave can you i think what this mr moss was accused of doing what exactly urasoe viscera moss is chief executive of a company called fan phantom secure which according to their website takes typical fis blackberry phones and will strip out many of the pieces of functionality that normal people would you so that would include the ability to make voice calls it would include being able to go on the internet use gps and so on what it does it strips these phones to the bare bones just text communication and locks the phones to servers that run out of panama and hong kong so the communication is rooted to parts of the world very hard to trace what these phone the people these funds are aimed at specifically the fbi say people who run drug cartels people obviously have a vested interest in making sure nobody can intercept their communications particularly law enforcement who say phantom secure was working actively with these cartels to make it even more difficult floor forsman to to to crack down on these finds and to find out what some of these communications are doing side visceral he was arrested we understanding seattle just last week the other four associates of his well indicted today but still fugitives the pace haven't found them yet but they all face potentially life in prison if found guilty of this crime of racketeering and facilitating the trafficking of drugs and i take this is after a long investigation into his activities a long investigation and a very complex one as well so what.

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"mr moss" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"mr moss" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Putter for the first time on this opening series at his number twenty three johnny moss or germantown no pressure on a nice spiralling towards the right corner lands out of bounds at the 7yard line it will be marked at that point possibly one yard further up feels the eightyard line where it would have gone out of bounds it will be first in ten clinton fall the first offensive possession of the night 952 left in the first no score in the ball game nice bought by mr moss it was these got a good leg on him good would get foot whatever you want to call it either one or goods i these uniforms light all white with a red hillman since a good look for the years it is the arrows in all white the mavericks in all black tonight easy to distinguish the them in every respect and hunter jose does get the start at quarterback for the arrows he has his running back garner on his right hip no tied in in the ball game for this initial snap for the heirs the give his to garner up the middle jose competes completes the fake enrolls outright garnered stacked up at the line of scrimmage looks like nogain on the play it will be second then ten didn't really like we got any kinda push up front and as we mentioned the defense for the heirs are have a big size advantage on germantown it appears that we have a big advantage offensively to her line is a lot bigger their defensive front second down and 10 from the arrow eightyard line is a quick pass out in the flat the new all his complete at the thirteen he gets to the fifteen and no more he simply went out about five yards planet afoot spun around jose hit him with the ball parents neil unable to escape attack ler down at the fifteen its third and three arrows not really deep safeties for the germantown mavericks third group in the near the lines are playing to cover too but they're getting up in their arrows with everybody bunched in close to the all right now the wide receivers to either side or within about three yards of the offensive tackles on either side on thirddown holds he puts evans in motion gives.

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