29 Burst results for "Nando"

Special Sauce (MM #3713)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Special Sauce (MM #3713)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I love it. When sometimes, the business conversation goes off in a tangent talking with a business associate, the other day and we were talking about a restaurant. He woke with that just coming to America have locations on like the Washington DC area, have some in Chicago but really nowhere else around America called Nando's Portuguese chicken that started in South Africa back in the eighties. Very fascinating and he said, hey, you can go get the sauces in your grocery store. So hopped online and look and see if the Public's right down the road. The one, we shop at every week, we can pick up these Peri-Peri sauce, has the only problem they've got like, six or eight to try and well, I want to try them all but one of my whole bottles of them all because I don't know if I like them. Almost wish. There was a way to test sauces. When you go to the grocery store to get samples, almost like a taco sauce packet, to be able to try at least once just an idea. I love coming home, New combinations to put on whether it's chicken, or burgers or turkey, or whatever it is. I love sauces, although I'm excited to go try some of these new Peri-Peri sauce has probably been to my grocery store shelf for years, just didn't know to look for a job.

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Special Sauce (MM #3713)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Special Sauce (MM #3713)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I love it. When sometimes, the business conversation goes off in a tangent talking with a business associate, the other day and we were talking about a restaurant. He woke with that just coming to America have locations on like the Washington DC area, have some in Chicago but really nowhere else around America called Nando's Portuguese chicken that started in South Africa back in the eighties. Very fascinating and he said, hey, you can go get the sauces in your grocery store. So hopped online and look and see if the Public's right down the road. The one, we shop at every week, we can pick up these Peri-Peri sauce, has the only problem they've got like, six or eight to try and well, I want to try them all but one of my whole bottles of them all because I don't know if I like them. Almost wish. There was a way to test sauces. When you go to the grocery store to get samples, almost like a taco sauce packet, to be able to try at least once just an idea. I love coming home, New combinations to put on whether it's chicken, or burgers or turkey, or whatever it is. I love sauces, although I'm excited to go try some of these new Peri-Peri sauce has probably been to my grocery store shelf for years, just didn't know to look for a job.

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"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"Swedish take. What can try try. So he's so capable with the dog and look at hair swoosh. Oh it's so nice you get tissues. Glad you've got the other fitness question. I ask myself now guy. Bat you original question when i did come out of university certainly for it. Wallows by comfortable in that doing behavioral And being very very politically correct everything and doing everything and believing in i was doing in the wireless doing an are definitely say that i when i got my pit bull. That did change everything for me because i did. You have a dog that didn't abide by. The rules aren't in tools. And the things that i wanted to try him just didn't work and he had always marked of actions. That couldn't understand. Didn't fit into my box is like the sony detroit because this is what i've been taught to do is still scared of anything. Everyone ease up and he bought arm and start. They shouldn't be doing. And i felt completely out dogged for about three years and it took me on a completely different journey and i learned more in that three years i would. In hold of my academic qualification among academic time and then i was a significantly by a practitioner out of because of how much he told me merely and how that the journey that he took me on intensive. I think that the best practitioners like you say the people he united signs and train dogs and the vast majority of these activities. And i. I really a strife. My biggest goal in my career is to the trend. But what i would say is that one hundred percent of the partitions respect really respect was skilled first knowledgeable off-limits they came in from experience and talent and then learn why the things that were working worked and therefore i would enable to standardize and much better program so and because they're able to case it that's how type in peak works and it's actually about the animal back more not the warden latin jazz and then they were like that's why that was when i do not and actually it's going to be better for new ideas and.

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"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

03:05 min | 2 months ago

"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"You'd find that depending on the paypal and this there's a lot of confining factors in that but most people wouldn't use it because they'd just be like whoa i don't have a reason to use these and if they were the kind of person that would use the aqa regardless of how they would use it if they never go given that they would use pain compliance in some other fashion and then of course we can talk about abuse and totally. Like i'm with you. That's a really good point. Bring after a rosy. I hadn't really conceded that for sure is that there's a detachment it and there's that impersonal nature of the call. And i think even some of the best china in the world that i observe not actually capable of being impersonal. Lay still whether your shoulder deep soul something. There's some sort of indicate. I think it's very rare. Lucky people talk about the hand of god correction. I don't think very many people pull that off. Federal i think that they they telegraph in one way or another in fact a really cool video dots video. Goi giving an unfair correction via the goal and the dog responding coined And so it kind of took away. The took away the ability to that. There's no way they can make the connection like. I'm quite sure the doesn't understand that. A radio frequency transmits from the hand. But what he understands is when your hand. does this. why. Nick gets hurting. And if you don't have an arm then you won't be out of do that. And that was the connection. The dog made it was a fantastic video. But y- hey like when certain animals get fat like there's a little heavy that she is the doppler. Yeah total so. I think it's a really interesting conversation. It's got so many layers to it. And i don't have the right answers to it other than that. I am really scared of to speak to that legal standpoint on that it should be training. Should be a gateway you have to go through before any of these tools are available to you. There's many reasons while. I'm opposed to that but but that's kind of one of them. There's nothing that you're not going to be out of. Stop it in the same way that there's illegal guns illegal drugs there's trafficking make things as illegal as you want people find a way to do it but then you make once you say to someone. Hey you're the bad guy because you do that then. It's really hard for them to become the good guy even though there is a path to doing that right like even though you just say all you gotta do is these mandates like fuck you you already seven the bad guy now. I'm the bad guy. And that's what we sometimes say with. I think that retribution point something that you spoke about their nando. I think sometimes people say that punishment is reinforcing to punish out for sure that can be the case but we come. we sometimes leave out that it's negative reinforcement to punish show and so the long that it's the relief of negative reinforcement because i'm changing behavior. That's been grinding at me for ages and so then by the time my punishment like that is highly reinforcing to me. Because i stop at and that's where people tend to go into that retribution standpoint. And that's one of the reasons. Why i like to think in talk sort of holistically about things because i think when you say to people if you punish your door which you guys anyone we associate with but when you say to people when you punish.

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"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"She will see with you and she will have that same emotion with you and that's empathy whereas for me. It's taking like literally years. Because i read a book that said it makes you a better parent the more empathetic you be and i was like. I don't have any of that so i'm gonna fucking develop and like for me in order and i'm pretty good at it now. I have to go through some complex shit. Be empathetic with some like when someone is upset about something that i can't share that we do. I have to create an entire fictional reality for myself to travel down where i can get that upset and it's usually got to be. The situation has to be so ridiculous and this might be that somebody is really different from in their upset over fucking nando posting that on a bad person right and they lose their mind over that right and they really upset about it and you know in my over it and in order to have empathy for that person. I have to create a fiction so outrageous that i can feel the same emotion that feeling and i am totally able the sympathy straightaway boom. I can sympathize with you. you've misunderstood. he's the situation. You're upset but to feel empathy for them. I have to create these nonsense reality and it can take me minute sometimes to come up with these bullshit story that can put me into their shoes and understand it and really truly understand it from that perspective and then go like aw i now feel what you feel. It's a different reason. But i can feel what you feel. Now i have empathy have empathy with you understand. I can. I can work with you. But like i say my dog does that in a fucking instant paypal one of my dogs. My other dog doesn't give a shit how you feel right if you come into my house kind of low and defeated and you like that my ripe. You like. that's goto a just jump on you and start trying to mount you and you and he'll be like you'll wake i'm going to take advantage of this whereas my other dog will lay in your lap and be like all like i'm gonna help you through this. I will feel it with you. So i think it can be a really individual thing. I think the emotions that does will feel is going to be really individual in that. I'm sure that like with your history. And endo which we haven't even touched on. He bought me and you'd have a wonderful time yet. We gotta the when we talk bullshit and we have a man you would be really different people with each other than you would be if you jersey went out because we don't have a shade Even though we've never met nando we have a shared history and that will.

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"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

03:34 min | 2 months ago

"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"But coming back to what you were saying. I would i would beg to define and again it comes back to looking. Dog saw are as a species when we look at them as a primarily. A social species really cooperative facials. Acc and i would say seen evidence of dogs putting onto a message for longer fricks an even jealousy. I would say. Because i definitely had situations where particularly one of adults would hold a grudge and we'll hold a garage on another dog days and you've had experiences Wet dogs have held grudges for weeks and then waited for that opportunity to take out when the other dog i can see at brigham and to bitch is some todd. Physical sometimes hold grudge against one of one of the dogs going for and doing something without done for war or go for training. We don't know that's why definitely the but the flip side to that is like when you have a lot for me people. Let's hold on if you lose a dog. do you let your other dogs. Go and see. The body laid compulsive. The dog said troy and is slightly on faulk my life. They go over and i know that. There's no kind of nothing while Fucking blubbering mess on the floor. Chapin leaving and so on. They've definitely a difference there between humans on not suggesting that doctrine the sign. I just don't underestimate the blaze. i don't think anybody does. I think that most people who have been involved in this field for a long period of time understand that there is far more than what we comprehend and you know. I believe it was chad mccann. Who said it. And i bring full statement is that we're on the up to date as far as sciences allowed us to be so as pat and i were talking about this not too long ago about into the future where we can get by metric readouts and really start to understanding delve into where a dog is feeling and make that more measurable intangible. I think one day in the future that will definitely exist. We will be able to get a job at a rate at but right now with limited on. Fm our technology and science studying whatever they choose to investigate and put money into. They spend time studying. But then you've alerted us to the point which we accept as well and understand is that this is not a perfect environment. This sometimes is an environment which is convenient to the scientists and to the people who measuring data. So the problem is that we've got some evidence. But there's still a lot of limitations around that and i think people are really different and therefore individual dogs would be really different. So you talking. Just their nando about jealousy being a advice emotion and then joe. Rosie used the example of like a more complex emotion. That would be more difficult to sort of come to being empathy and that could be really different between people like myself now. I'm quite capable of empathy. Where you know maybe five. Six seven years ago i was completely without it like i didn't didn't really even understand what that was could understand sympathy like i could see somebody else's situation and go. I understand that you are upset because of your situation. But i couldn't feel they're upset nece whereas my dog is an path like if someone comes over to my house and you've been having a bad day she will take that from you..

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"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"Why we're kind of messing around. With their hierarchies stop preventing different social things from happening. And we're putting docs together. That would never be together Be we've we've played. God massively with evolution of this collection of dogs live with us companions and so i think the result of that the then even true to their own species behavior. Because we've we've brought them into something that is dependent end at You've to office in a way that no other species in the world is and it's very very difficult to clean how that really makes an artificial heritage affects the the reasons that they feel things. I think that does probably fairly confused or feel things. All fatty conflicted. Certainly in terms of how they feel because they've got is what has formerly been actual and is natural for the vast majority of species on one hand and then they've got how they were bred and how they've been rights for the past many many generations on the other hand and today as t- things connected anyway so i think it's really hard for us to any ross. On what reality. Let's agree and that comes down to that observation. So we have a lot of scientific data. That was done on all the species by then. You can't just hold this bowl schumer. That's going to crossover and it's interesting nando. us that Capuchin monkey one on inequality. Because that's something..

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"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"So we're talking about and scientific acknowledgement. What about the layering of emotion. Because we touched on that earlier on before when you were talking nando do you believe that. We have corrupted data effectively through emotions. Pointless to skinner. Didn't believe that you could measure emotion. So therefore to remove that component gave him a much clearer picture of a specific set of data. But i think we're not doing justice to the dog to not include emotion though there is especially now the science where they using our right machines to carry out. Scans on dogs are white. That kind of thing. Some of that needs work as well. That's progressed ford. A lot. and what sunny. When i first started to china and we weren't allowed to talk about emotions because we have an anthropomorphic. Dogs we were treated him not humans and now is fast becoming less and less day were because as long as we acknowledge. A dog is a dog. Then it's unkind to understand that they have the same biological makeup in the brain. The we now different components might measure differently. Night obviously have a larger olfactory bulb and different different under stuff. The fucking and is eleven. Which is a fucking watermelon. As long as we can as knowledge those differences and don't take it to fall. I'm not talking about people. Treating dogs dogs they to me to him way. Actually we can stop studying. Dokes as sent him brings as opposed to rats in his books can maintain intense human emotion crompton signs a hundred percent. Yes that's why you need to let let me just really quickly. Because i do definitely wanna that cover the human fucking up science as well as i definitely want you to throw the grenade of the worst science. You've read recently but i don't what i was hoping to just sort of touch on because you brought it up and it's something. I've been meditating on quite a lot. Recently is there was a time in skinner's time where we couldn't measure emotion. There was no way to do it and so it was easy just to take it off. The table is the blackbox. I think he called it right like what happens in the box we do not. And so now we can dairies effective ways of measuring motions and the very basics so we it turns out a lot of the things that we said. All when people say globs me would say all your anthropomorphic. Nothing ever said that word correctly my and and now we go. We'll like there's people who are now going fuck you. My dog does love me. And he's the evidence right. I'm curious to hear from you guys. Because i would say it's probably something you have thought about it and if not told me to fuck off but where do you think the line in the sandies on.

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"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"nando" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"I fell in love with critiquing fines and being trying to sort out science science with always my go and i wanted to use the science sciences which is just a massive inquiry and i wanted to use that signs. Because that's what i felt was the just thing today and say i would read three piper off the paper off the pipe inquiring to try and get closer and closer to the truth and found that particular animal behaviors so much design so reading was Contrary to the docks dogs seeing. And so i knew that i had been element that it was role. And so i'd continue to just keep picking why. I'm picking away and i think an an fast-food Mccray when i did a bunch of stuff like ours i became an expert witness dot In trouble with the law to kind of having to cut what by situations will. I cannot really a human aggression particularly and also really into pickles and talking pickles because it kind of amalgamated science and low and dope behavior of leading -joyed for awhile Lucky enough to get chosen to present a tv show with anti Back together which is how we kind of. Probably matt. But i think desire to be not to be science-based but to be evidence based and cy i think with that comes a natural need to read through this all these papers all the time and keep on talk of walk. What science is saying and a natural questioning of fat and a critique of that account redesigns. Pike without go hold on that stupid more they done that. Have hundred and so i think that maybe why i remember them because i remember how i critiqued him so much. Yeah that's great and can you. Then tell us because now you consume and digest pretty much everything that happens in the dog spice. That's being published. Scientifically what do you think the percentages of papers that you read where you go like. That's a good paper. There's no boss innis what you're echina- percentage of that would be. And can you give us the most outrageous example that you've encountered recently to be brady think we crossed that line already. Can zena can do that for you. I've got a complete objective. How thing is is that at someone who loves the inquiry of signs. I find it really important to away from my boss. I have to allay my cards on the table that less i would try to read papers that i feel are down to disagree with with the biggest critical spectacles on. Because it's very easy to critique papers that you don't want to agree with and it's very hard to Agreed to caveat without but at an apartment before so i know what percentage do you think of the papers. You read You know where you go like. Oh they're not just trying to prove the point he they're really trying to find something on these days in the last two years is maybe five to ten percents and i think that the sign in and of itself has become a commodity in the dugout. Scientists have become celebrities. That's put in a very different. You can see the change. That's you can see how that's affected the way. Scientists reported and that for the white paper is constructed in order to try to get headlines and try to get these kinds of things which is a huge frustration to me..

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Tezcatlipoca, the Aztec god of chaos

Mythical Monsters

03:41 min | 5 months ago

Tezcatlipoca, the Aztec god of chaos

"Cosmology was based on the everlasting war between light and shadow on the side of light was the feathered serpent quetzalcoatl. The god of knowledge and on the side of shadow was his brother. The jaguar tez cattle polka sometimes associated with dark magic and discord but tense cattle. Polka is not purely an evil being in the aztec language of nahuatl. His name translates to smoking mirror. And he's often depicted alongside and obsidian mirror. Obsidian is shiny jet black form of volcanic glass and a key element of the jaguar. Mythos to the ancient aztecs. Obsidian was a mysterious almost sacred. Object warriors and kings adorned themselves in jaguar. Skin and carried obsidian blades to honor. Tez cattle polka. According to some stories shamans would gaze hours into obsidian disks as a way to gain insight into the dark corners of their psyche. The closer they got to their shadow self the closer they were to test cattle polka. The story of quetzalcoatl and says cattle pope as struggle was told in a cycle of endless creation and destruction. Over the course of five ages. Each one saw different god the role of the sun. The god in the position of the sun would ultimately be overtaken by the other god and the world's population would be destroyed and recreated stories of quetzalcoatl and tez cuddle. Polka were so influential that they affected as tech politics adorned with the same job war skin associated with tez cattle polka emperor. Montezuma the second was often seen as god in the eyes of his subjects when the spanish invaded mexico in fifteen nineteen some say that montezuma assumed spanish leader her nan. Cortez was quetzalcoatl reincarnated. This was due to the fact. That cortez was white. A color most often associated with quetzalcoatl though. This may not be true. The bloody conflict between the spanish. And the aztec would prove to be no less apocalyptic so apocalyptic that dark feline god had to lend his people a helping hand or claw. Captain fernando de la casa. Found himself alone in the jungle. He could not remember how he got there. Or why and his surroundings gave him few clues. It was so dark. The young captain could barely make out his hand in front of his face. That's when he heard it. He turned and saw an enormous jaguar. Bare its teeth. By the time he drew his sword. It was already too late. For nando woke up breathless his cod soaked with sweat for the last few days. He'd had the nightmare whenever he tried to close his eyes. The jaguar was there waiting for its prey. Only tonight it felt more real than it ever had before. He swung his legs over the side of his caught his heart. still racing. Sleep would be impossible tonight. So fernando left his quarters deciding to take a walk through the empty streets of ten. No ch teeth land.

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Site near Orlando's International Airport to offer COVID-19 vaccine appointments starting Friday

Todd Schnitt

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Site near Orlando's International Airport to offer COVID-19 vaccine appointments starting Friday

"2000. People over age 65 65 can can be be vaccinated vaccinated each each day. day. The The site site it it opens opens next next week week near near Orlando Orlando International International Airport. Airport. Just Just really really pleased pleased that that we we were were able able to to locate locate a a sight sight that that would would have have the the logistics logistics to to do do a a lot lot of vaccinations that doesn't bring people under a hospital campus. Bryan Adams from Advent Health says appointments are required appointments to receive the crown of virus vaccine already filled up in public stores in three Florida counties. Her Nando, Marion and Citrus, they've been approved to distribute the vaccine to people age 65 older. Public says We'll be updating appointment information on its website. The

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"nando" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:52 min | 10 months ago

"nando" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is music by Nando Cheetah rela. Well, it's actually music by Mozart, isn't it? But Nando Catarella has turned it into something very much his own. The catalogue aria Mad Amina catalogue away, Cuesta! From Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. The story goes that Mozart wrote about hearing people on the streets, singing some of his melodies. I think that was in Prague, but if you can imagine People singing Mozart on the streets of Naples. That's probably what it would sound like with all that traditional South Italian drumming and percussion. Nando Cheetah rela. Before that. We heard a song by Michael Nyman, The English composer called Profit and loss, which is based on an earlier Michael Nyman piece called in raid on Giovanni, which in turn is based on that catalogue aria by Mozart. And I think in this entire five parts, Siri's of mostly Mozart Fringe Festival shows Nyman is the composer that we're hearing more of than anyone else because he just Mozart has been a deep well for him of inspiration and of actual source material. Which is my way of saying Expect Mohr of Michael Nyman tomorrow night on our final new sounds program in this five part series. Official, mostly Mozart Festival in this pandemic year is a collaboration between Lincoln Center and W Q X are our classical music station. But 1/3 group of people got in on the act this Monday. And that was the staff of the Green space. Now that's our ground floor performance studio on We can't bring people in there. So what they did was They went out and did a Siri's of five pop up concerts, one in each borough of New York City, where musicians would play Mozart or Mozart related music. And in Queens in Queensbridge Park. The pianist and toy pianist, Sugar Bendel set up shop with with her toy piano and some electronics to play an early piece by the very young Mozart. His menu at Number two was still just a kid when he wrote this And then a piece of her own, which didn't even have a name yet, but which apparently she has retroactively called n OT, say, for toy piano and electronics, drawing on her own Filipino heritage for some of the percussion sounds that you'll hear. And that was a world premiere that written specifically for this Monday afternoon performance as part of the mostly Mozart festival, So here are two pieces recorded live outdoors, a queen's Bridge Park. Bye, sugar Vandal. That was recorded Live at Queen's Bridge Park in the borough of Queens is part of Monday's five borough marathon event done by the Green Space, Our ground floor performance studio. Currently closed but to open the mostly Mozart festival this year, they put on a set of five pop up concerts, one in each borough, and that was sugar Venda lll. Drawing on her Filipino heritage for an original piece written specifically for the occasion. It's called n OT, Say, for toy, piano and electronics. Written for this Monday event at the mostly Mozart festival, and she proceeded that by playing Mozart menu at number two Still to come on. This new sounds program will hear some music from the Norwegian composer Ralph Volunteer Percussion Concerto inspired by Mozart, and some of those letters he wrote to his dad. And a Cuban orchestra gives us a mumbo flavored version of a bit of Mozart. All of that still to come. I'm John Schaefer, and you're listening to new sounds. On the next bite Later show highlights from 2018 history. Siri's ate a brief history of the culture wars, decade by decade. How did the United States become a country where we.

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A Nobel Prize winner in economics uses AI to make poverty research go even further

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:01 min | 1 year ago

A Nobel Prize winner in economics uses AI to make poverty research go even further

"Nobel Prize winner. Who uses a I to make her poverty? Research go even farther from American public media. This is marketplace tech. demystifying mystifying the digital economy. I'M ALI WOULD S S. Thirty flow is one of this year's winners of the Nobel Prize in economics. She and her colleagues one for their unique approach to tackling poverty. They tried to break up. Huge problems. Blooms like immunization or educational opportunity into smaller problems and then the team comes up with questions about what might work and uses randomized controlled old trials which are traditionally used in medicine and hard sciences to compare the impact of specific approaches and then says do flow. The team uses artificial intelligence ends and machine learning to deploy the findings of their research in the most efficient way possible. Here's Esther Diplo. It's gets learning to a deeper level if you want. It gives you one one more level of faction which is to say not just whether the program is effective on average which you can get from the experiment but where the pork is the most effective and and therefore where a government was limited budget would want to expand it and it's very useful because otherwise the government will be saying well. That's nice incentive affective but down expensive. So what am I going to do. How choose where to put them So that's where meshing learning really comes in. Do you worry about data integrity like we. We know that sometimes algorithms can reinforce bias. Do you worry that errors could be introduced by governments who are working with data sets that may be just reinforced. The old oldways I do worry about device that exists in the algorithm. Not For the moment because they are so underused in governments that I don't think there is any damage that they are doing right now but certainly for the future the algorithm tend to reinforce existing biases. Because they're learning Tom. I'll previous experiences and one of the things that we need to be. Active about is to make sure it doesn't happen. And that's where I think he'd say essential essential to not think that the use of any artificial intelligence is going to be a substitute for policy-making and my full thinking but it it has to be a compliment is cost a barrier cost of accessing this technology or creating these algorithms for developing countries and their governments. I I think it goes into your Pussy Direction. One of the big values of larger access to a digital data processing to the gory them and to Just better way to handle the data in general and to process the data the government have. We'll actually reduced cost to not increase them. Then I don't think cost is the constraints what is the constraint is more the amount of talents like we need people who are excited to to walk in this area and are willing to join government to put their intelligence to the surface of this type of work so for example. When Nando Nila Kenny from INFO ABC's joined the government to start in a sense the crazy project old giving every single Indian person unique identification number? Well that was tied with biomarker identification. This might have sound like a completely crazy plan. But because it he had this intelligence and he's where we there'll and reputation he could actually make it happen and infrastructure that has been built on. The business of the unique system is not without flaws issues but as being unbalanced confirmational for many of the way that India is now delivering the bleak services to. It's four member much of your work in developing these trials has been about as you put it finding the right question and asking questions that contest in opposition to other ideas. Do you think that there is a time when some of this machine learning or these predictive tools could actually help you generate future questions. I don't think so. I think what the predictive technology do is to tell you what his a likely. Good course of action given what you already knew. I don't think so far. I've seen at least applications of using them to generate an entirely new new set of questions that so far has come off from the competition of field experience and relying on the mistakes made by others so far we still need humans humans to do the thinking. Yeah I think so. You need some amount of human intelligence for some time to come. That's s their flow. MIT economist recent winner of the Nobel L. Prize and author of the new book. Good Economics for hard times Kai Ryssdal and I also spoke to her on the make me smart podcast about the economics part. You can find that wherever you like to

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"nando" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"nando" Discussed on This Week in Science

"You'd have to start thinking is there another rated stream where Nando made it back to Africa at some point so close or is this or ask if she accepts.

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"nando" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"nando" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Maloney with the her Nando sheriff's office tells news channel eight that is not a good reason to shoot a gun all they're doing is being kids that's not what you do you call the sheriff's office if you have an issue and will come out and let you know if if that's something that we can handle nice is charged with three counts of aggravated assault he's being held on six thousand dollars bond the girls aged twelve thirteen and fourteen we're not injure some proposed changes to Hillsborough County stormwater assessment fees is causing a flood of complaints some three hundred thousand residential and commercial properties in unincorporated parts of the county would be affected Mike Gebbia of why mama tells news channel eight he opposes the plan my gut reaction was I'm gonna be robbed at gunpoint by the county they don't maintain the ditch they don't mow the grass they don't do anything the fee increases would be based on a properties square footage the county commission will have the final say land to increase water and sewer rates in the city of Sarasota is moving forward city commissioners passed the first reading of a proposal that would boost usage rates by three and a half percent annually over the next eleven years supporters say the increase is necessary to pay for a three hundred million dollar overhaul of Sarasota aging water and sewer infrastructure city commissioner Hagen Brody voted against the plan saying he would rather see cuts in other areas or an alternative revenue source to fund the upgrades precocial newsradio WFLA a cell phones being blamed for a fire in Hillsborough County Jacqueline Rodriguez is home in Tampa caught fire this week and while there is no official because she believes her daughter's phone is responsible Rodriguez says the phone is plugged into a PlayStation four when it caught fire the fire then grew inside a wall and spread up to our bedroom ceiling and now she and her four children are looking for a new place to live is it a trump is celebrating the house vote against impeachment had a fiery campaign rally in Greenville North Carolina last night trump told the crowd the impeachment resolution was ridiculous the house voted overwhelmingly yesterday to table the resolution put forward by Texas Democrat Al Green.

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Neandertal Spears Were Surprisingly Deadly

60-Second Science

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Neandertal Spears Were Surprisingly Deadly

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata time three hundred thousand years ago the scene a herd of horses struggling in mud a short five meters away, a group of early Nando tall hunters throwing volley of wooden spears towards the animals, and then probably coming into an injured horse, and then perhaps finishing it off with thrusting spear on Emeka milks a paleolithic archaeologist at University College London. But there's something not quite right about that classic scene. She says specifically the Neanderthals spears may have been more sophisticated and more lethal than we've given them credit for which would alter that. Ancient Tableau, we believe that Neanderthals could have thrown them from farther away that that would have allowed them to approach animals that maybe weren't disadvantaged, and they wouldn't have necessarily needed to come right up close to the animal to kill it off. With thrust. Some of these. Shots with throwing spare could be lethal to animal like that. If they hit in the right way this revised assessment of Neanderthal weaponry began with the crafting of spruce timber into replicas of an actual three hundred thousand year old spear. The surface was finished with the same kinds of stone tools used to make the original milks, then recruited six male javelin throwers to Chuck the replica at a hay bale at five meters. They struck the target more than half the time at ten to fifteen meters. A quarter of the time, but from twenty meters just one in six throws hit the hey, I mean, it's still not amazing. Accuracy. I have to say I was hoping for better though, she points out that the javelin throwers aren't trained to hit targets. Something Neanderthals may have been more skilled at and the experiments suggest the weapons were at least capable of sailing much farther than had been thought and high speed video of the throws proved the spears could strike with deadly force. The research is in the journal scientific reports the crafting of these ancient spears also suggest. Just some degree of intelligence, a concept of or intuition about balance mass and design, for example, whoever crafted these ancient spears use the denser, lower part of the tree trunk for the spirit tips intended to strike prey, but we still don't know which Neanderthals use this beers in battle. I want to emphasize that we chose male athletes rather than female athletes. Not because we don't think that women were playing a role in hunting. But because we needed a homogenous sample, but I'd be very curious to know how women did in terms of accuracy, perhaps another round of tests with women throwers can address that. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher dot.

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"nando" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"nando" Discussed on KCRW

"The owner Pylos Nando tomorrow has been able to keep broadcasting his program, he declined to say how for security reasons, but police remain camped out in his offices creaming on government, responsible for grinds, the massive violation of human rights is the worst prices it took Venezuela's repressive regime. Ten years to muzzle. The opposition press says Natalie south wake of the New York-based Committee to protect journalists Nicaragua. She says has done the same in just months, so far they've been able to get away with it. And so they're going to continue doing it until they're given a more significant reason to stop the US hopes it's giving that reason earlier this month. President Trump signed a Bill curbing Nicaragua's access to international development banks, the organization of American states is moving to revoke Nicaragua's membership. The Nicaraguan government did not provide comment when contacted through Email. Mail in the past Ortega has said he is defending himself against well-funded. Opponents backed by the US intent on overthrowing his government with the economy in free fall and unemployment soaring. It's unclear how long the opposition can hold out Vilma Nunez, the head of the prestigious Nicaraguan center for human rights who had our offices, rated and license. Revoked says all her workers have fled the country. Baffin? Okay. Lieke? But I've decided whatever happens happens. I'm not moving from here. She said now eighty years old Nunez says she's.

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"nando" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"nando" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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Brazil Elects Far-Right Jair Bolsonaro as Next President

Investor's Edge

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Brazil Elects Far-Right Jair Bolsonaro as Next President

"Brazil elects a new president far-right candidate Gervasio has been declared the winner with more than ninety nine percent of the ballots. Counted the Supreme Electoral Tribunal says full scenario has fifty five and a half percent of the vote for Nando Haddad has forty four and a half percent. Celebrations are now underway in Rio Copacabana beach area and crowds have gathered in Sao Paulo banners and flags

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Kavanaugh hears first arguments as Supreme Court justice

All Things Considered

03:50 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh hears first arguments as Supreme Court justice

"That would be down from the group's earlier three point nine percent growth forecast. I'm ex close on Wall Street, the Dow is down fifty six points. The NASDAQ was up to this is N. NPR? From kqed news, I'm Tiffany, Cam high. A former inmate at Santa Rita jail is suing the Alameda sheriff's office and four deputies claiming they allowed another inmate to spray him routinely with urine and feces in his federal civil rights law suit for Nando sirri-a alleges deputies would open his cell door for the other inmate to spray him attorney John Burris says the deputies conspire to target his client who was having mental health problems. This is sadistic conduct because you essentially not only going feces and urine on him. You Beijing you do not count as a human being you have no perky Hugh can't do anything about this. The four deputies have pleaded not guilty to criminal charges for alleged involvement in the salts. Andrea and other inmates. This office did not return calls for comment, Salesforce, CEO Mark Benny office, throwing his support and cash behind a San Francisco. Ballot measure to increase funding for the homeless. The money would come from a tax hike on big companies, like his cake guy, marzorati has more. Benny often Salesforce are promising at least two million dollars toward supportive proposition. See if the measure passes and the gross receipts tax goes up for the city's biggest businesses Salesforce will have to pay millions more. But many off tells the chronicle that's worth it in order to double the money. The city has for homeless services SF mayor London breed is the top voice against

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A 400 year battery

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A 400 year battery

"Hi everyone. There's an old saying that luck happens when preparation meets opportunity and there's no better example of that than twenty sixteen discovery at the university of California Irvine by doctoral student. Maya Li fi after playing around in the lab, she made a discovery that could lead to a rechargeable battery that could last up to four hundred years that means longer-lasting laptops and smartphones, and fewer lithium ion batteries piling up in landfills. A team of researchers at UCI had been experimenting with Nanno wires for potential use in batteries, but found that over time, the thin fragile wires would break down and crack after too many charging cycles. But one day on a whim. Psycho did a set of Goldman wires in magnesium dioxide and a plexiglass like electrolyte gel. She came back a few days later and said, it's been cycling for thirty. Thousand cycles that kept going on for over a month. This discovery is mind blowing because the average laptop battery last for about three hundred to five hundred charge cycles. The Nando battery developed at UCI made it through two hundred thousand cycles within three months that would extend the life of the average laptop battery to about four hundred years. The rest of the device would have probably gone kaput decades before the actual battery, but the implications for a battery that lasts hundreds of years are pretty startling. Two years later and battery tech is growing in leaps and bounds with the adoption of fast wireless charging and lower battery requirements from our devices. It's already easy to forget about power storage, but we are now on the verge of a battery revolution that will see our phones last for a week on a charge and two naval very. Small batteries to power larger devices at it seems like the future is going to be built in Nanno wires

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"nando" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

Jenna & Julien Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"nando" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

"There are times when you can spend impulsively on a whim and this is likely when you're feeling emotionally frustrated, you may also hold onto people quite tightly. Vanity can be an issue. If you are are often looking for admirations. You can be quite dependent on others for positive feedback until you learn to develop your own feelings of self worth. You're not as emotionally responsive as most people you call me at dead fish. You tend to hold back in wait before expressing yourself, and when you do it is with deliberation, that's that is strong at their Nando. You don't. You don't. You not want to like give quick feedback or whatever. It's like you're, you're gonna take all the information that's available and then you're going to really give your perspective on things, which is good because you're thorough about pressure and the whole vanity can be an issue. Like I feel like as the younger person, I knew that about myself. Let's for I think vanity can be an issue is a sentence that could apply to everybody I share and be, but like I totally agree with that. Like a younger person. I really, I was wrapped up in this idea that like I needed to look a certain way, you know, well, it's interesting to to apply some of this to you now, but also you a couple years ago because change your, you know, the plots. Sex tile moon, Uranus beats, and she is the maginitude and has the moon's intuition completed by Uranus is independence and originality, her life is out of the ordinary with lots of changes and a great knowledge of the world, not through reading, but through personal experience, she likes to sensational new things. She acts instinctively before she has a good six cents. She likes to be surrounded by original people artists. This at, okay, trying moon is in Lilith. This aspect favors romantic and sexual relationships. Giving charm intrigue intelligence. Emotions are big dark and mysterious to embrace these things, instinctively understanding and accepting the many sides complications to your feelings, sex style moon, ascendant. She has good influence on the family which loves and helps the person she helps chew likes travelling movement change. She likes contact and is open to other people..

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Denise Evans, Matthew Warren and Denise Vans discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

Denise Evans, Matthew Warren and Denise Vans discussed on Global News Podcast

"Homo sapiens ruled the world. There were various subspecies of humans. The most well known being the Nando tells scientists have long believed that there must be in a certain amount of intimate going and interbreeding between the species. Now bone fragments belonging to a female who died around ninety thousand years ago have been found apparently belong to two distinct human groups. The end towel and a little known subspecies called the Nisa van, not he Warren is one of the reporters from the scientific journal nature. He told Jillian keen more about it. So there's this cave in Russia, wherever the scientists have found remains from ancient humans including Neanderthals, but also this other group of humans could add an incidence. So in this new study, the scientists looked at. Single bone fragment that came from this cave and they extracted the DNA sequenced that the unite. And they found something really surprising. They found that it was a hybrid. So it's mother was Neanderthal, and his father was a Denise Yvonne. And that's really exciting because it's the first time that anybody has ever found this first generation hybrid from these two distinct human populations. Neanderthals we know quite a lot about Denise Evans, not so much, what do you know? Well, very little actually. So they've only been for the Nathan specimens found, we know they had big teeth, but not a whole lot more than that. But that's one of the reasons that this study was so exciting because there are so few remains out there to O'Reilly. Find a hybrid kind of suggests that that mating between Denise Evans and and Neander, those was fairly common. Could it also perhaps explain the demise of Neanderthals that maybe they would just intermingled out of existence. Yeah. I mean, that's that's one of the theories that scientists have put forward in terms of the demise of Nanto's Denise vans. Perhaps they bred with knowledge with each other, but they with us and we do know that they did breed with us because you know, a lot of us have traces of Nancy DNA in our genomes. If you look at certain populations of people in southeast Asia, they also have a small percentage of Denisov Indiana. So one of the theories that scientists have is the yet maybe maybe it was the result of that kind of intimately because the counterargument that by intermingling, you can make a species stronger rather than weaker. Yeah. I mean, this is something that I talked to some of the researchers the I interviewed for Panetta gather this story and Faye suggested that actually, in some ways, it's possible that these kinds of hybrids could sometimes have been weaker. They may be were infertile unfit in some way which could explain why when it comes to Denise vans and Amanda, at least they didn't become. One population as where they remain these two distinct populations, even though they were both around for hundreds of thousands of years. And when you talk to those research to get a sense of something really significant with excited. Yeah, absolutely. Everybody, I talked to his very excited about this. The authors of this study that I talked to, they told me that when they first came back with results that seem to suggest that this offspring came from two different human populations. They couldn't believe it. I felt I must have messed up the analysis in some way, but no, everybody is very excited.

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"nando" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nando" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Camp Lafayette Nando negative they kiss an inappropriately touches fourteen year old, roommate thirty two year old negative. They did admit to police, yesterday and was arrested on child molestation aggravated assault and sexual abuse charges according to the police report, the, incident happened, just. A day before Melania Trump visited the facility near Campbell and twenty seven avenue nylon KTAR news Arizona congressman Ruben Gago tells KTAR that. The southwest key employees is, a great example of, why, we need to have strict rules in. Place Background checks are these, adults we have to make sure that there's always supervision of this children but not just one person, but, there's multiple, surveys. Gay goes demanding the department of health and human services investigate reports of widespread physical and sexual abuse among migrant children held in facility It's five a one now and let's, get? A look. At traffic we're going to do that every six minutes and get you home. Here's detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you Becky Lynn here's the latest in traffic we're working, freeway wrecks at the fouling US sixty, eastbound approaching Higley wreck. Off right southbound seventeen we've had a rollover big. Rig on the carefree highway on ramp all afternoon it looks like we've also got an itin eastbound minor crash that remains off of against the media while at university. No lanes blocked and westbound two. Zero two red mountain freeway another one of these crashes it won't go away it's off left against the median wall in the HOV flyover ramp from the two. Zero two westbound to the westbound ten to the mainline ramps to the other late. Those are just fine as well if you want one of those right times thirty one minutes eastbound I ten seventeen split to the two. Zero two Santan no delay on the red. Mount freeway eastbound twenty three minutes on the sixty though eastbound I, ten east out to Ellsworth, this traffic report brought. To you by. One hour heating air would it's so hot that even start the car becomes an adventure.

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"nando" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"nando" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I forget much I like this song What I forgot. To mention earlier today On the morning. Show I mentioned that twins closer Nando Rodney left the stadium early during. Sunday's game to become a US citizen Dominican native left mid. Game on Sunday to? Catch a flight to Miami well he was flying to Miami to be sworn in as a US. Citizen how cool is that he. Did it the right way the way a million people a year do Welcome to American citizenship for. Nando Rodney we are? Honored to have you join us in his wonderful melting pot that is. America Folks I don't think. It's our job as citizens in, the Republic this is our government right I. Don't think it's our. Job to come to conclusions when facts or allegations first emerged I think it's our job to ask. Questions we rush to conclusions so if, me asking. Questions or listeners asking questions bothers you. So be it come to the conclusion you were probably already at already Trump's the greatest the left is awful or flip it I happen to believe that it's good for us. To constantly dig and ask questions to wonder to to to, try to figure all this out and. Take our time doing it and that's. Why I take various calls from. Various different, perspectives and I let folks make. Their. Points let's go to Jim from this morning I want to replay this conversation Mr. berry What's the. Trump Putin news conference yesterday on Fox News.

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Cher Will Bless The World With An ABBA Cover Album

Donna and Steve

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Cher Will Bless The World With An ABBA Cover Album

"Dollars in unpaid fees and damages death for representatives have now. Confirmed he had settled meaning that they plan trial for next month will no longer go, ahead That's probably a smart move yeah that is a smart move that was a real that's a real disaster he's got other troubles to going on I, mean that's just one and that's settled and there are others that need. To be dealt with Jani share will be releasing a full album of covers, soon the Aspen falls her role in the sequel film mama. Mia here we. Go again plays ruby. The mother of Donna and. Sophie and Sophie's grandmother she said on the. Today show this, morning that after she did for Nando she thought it'd. Be really fun. To do, a. Full. Album of Abu songs scam though she did not provide any details. On when the would be released the singer revealed that she didn't take any straightforward approach to a rendition. Saying it's not what you think of when you'd hear an song she looks amazing I know she does I think this'll be fun she'd be the perfect person to do that it'll sound. Different but she's still got that kind of disco by going she totally died I'm coming In our tipsy segment today at, about ten forty five we'll give you some of the secrets. Of shares to. Staying young ooh yes. I want this I'm so. Glad I'm going to be here and on. TV tonight we, have watch what happens live on Bravo it looks like. Live Tyler and. Native need Neve campbell My little girl's name. Is Nieves so maybe I'm getting used well bilby Andy Cohen guest tonight and watch what happens live. On Bravo and we have the third season finale of humans. On AMC that's the latest here from my talk for more stories like these. And everything entertainment head on over to mytalk, one zero seven one. Dot com Updates at the, top of every hour Plus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty Hour and now it's the Donna and Steve show on.

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"nando" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"nando" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Thirtysevenyearold for nando levino he's standing in the street at the intersection of ecuador avenue buchanan place in the bronx and could two guys walk up and one guy just sucker punches him bom and down goes frazier down goes frazier and the guys unconscious and here's okay so that's what that's what's wrong with parable what's really wrong with people the video continues people are going up and rifling through the guy's pockets they took a cellphone they took his wallet they're stealing from the guy while he's lying there helpless and unconscious and then the guy who delivers the punch comes back and starts taking pictures like selfish taking pictures of of what he had done like he was proud of himself that is really sick i mean just yeah i was gonna say the police have actually put out the video yeah and they have surveillance video of him walking down the street they either before or after and you have his face clear as day yeah so if you go look at the video i mean somebody might know this guy well one guy turned himself in so there's two guys one guy by the name of luis rivera surrendered supply lease i i'm guessing from the way the story is written he's not the one who threw the punch maybe not and i would think yeah the guy who threw the punch doesn't wanna be called yet you want to check out this video police check it out also as i said the victim his name is for nando levino and his sister christina zuniga spoke out really really really hard my brother light this book you know god is big they're going pay my brother will they will they are going to pay for what they did to him and just the idea really people the ones who stole a cell phone don't help the guy poor guys line aaron cautious don't help him steal a cell phone and wallet that's just great i hope you people burn in hell i really do i hope they catch them to yeah well sure absolutely here's some more of the sister waiting waiting to see gave recover open his eyes so hopefully you'll recover do we have an update on his condition got a fractured skull he's in critical condition fractured skull that probably wasn't from the punch house from probably hitting the sidewalk for i think so yeah he probably got knocked unconscious right away and then then fell down well you could see it clear as day on this police video that nypd put out and they put out the alert wanted to hispanic males for punching a thirty seven year old man knocking him unconscious at the intersection of aquidneck avenue buchanan place in the bronx taking photos of him him other people approach the man and took his cell phone and wallet out of his pocket help id them absolutely it looked like and i'm not sure it's hard to look like one was a woman who is stealing from engine and you just i that's just unfathomable to me it's like going to a car accident and still not helping the person the car accident but stealing something out of the car i mean it's just unbelievable yeah most people are sick get him anyway please go look at the video maybe you can help by d these people check it out at seven ten w.

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"nando" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"nando" Discussed on 710 WOR

"These two guys approach thirty seven year old for nando levino he's standing in the street at the intersection of academic avenue buchanan place in the bronx and could two guys walk up and one guy just sucker punches him bom and down goes frazier down goes frazier and the guys on conscious and here's okay so that's what that's what's wrong with terrible what's really wrong with people the video continues people are going up and rifling through the guy's pockets they they took a cell phone they took his wallet they're stealing from the guy while he's lying there helpless and unconscious and then the guy who delivers the punch comes back and starts taking pictures like selfish taking pictures of of what he had done like he was proud of himself that is really sick i mean just yeah i was gonna say the police have actually put out the video and they have surveillance video of him walking down the street they either before or after and you have his face clear as day yeah so if you go look at the video i mean somebody might know this guy well one guy turned himself in so there's two guys one guy by the name of luis rivera surrendered to police i i'm guessing from the way the story is written he's not the one that threw the punch maybe not and i would think yeah the guy who threw the punch doesn't want to be called yet but you want to check out this video police check it out also as i said the victim his name is for nando levana and his sister christina zuniga spoke out really really really hard in my brother like this book you know god is big they're going to pay the full why they did my brother will they will they are going to pay for what they did to him and just the idea really people the ones who stole a cell phone don't help the guy poor guys line aaron conscious don't help him steal a cell phone while that's just great i hope you people burn in hell i really do i hope they catch them to yeah well sure absolutely here's some more of the sister we waiting waiting to see gave recover open his eyes so hopefully we'll recover do we have an update on his condition got a fractured skull he's in critical condition fractured skull that probably wasn't from the punch from probably hitting the sidewalk for i think so yeah he probably got knocked unconscious right away and then fell down well you could see it clear as day on this police video that nypd put out and they put out the alert wanted to hispanic males for punching a thirty seven year old man knocking him unconscious at the intersection of ecuador avenue buchanan place in the bronx then taking photos of him other people approach the man and took his cell phone and wallet out of his pocket help ide them absolutely looked like and i'm not sure it's hard to tell look like one was a woman who is stealing from engine and you just i that's just unfathomable to me it's like going to a car accident and still you know not helping the person the car accident but stealing something out of the car i mean this is blue yeah most people are sick get him anyway please go look at the video maybe you can help by d these people check it out at seven ten w dot com.

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California lawmakers propose legislation restricting when officers can open fire

America's Morning News

02:12 min | 3 years ago

California lawmakers propose legislation restricting when officers can open fire

"The hour the ceo of facebook is defending its advertising supporting business model mark zuckerberg's defense comes after apple ceo tim cook said his company would it be in facebook situation because apple doesn't sell ads based on customer data the way facebook does zuckerberg responded monday that an advertising supported business model is the only way the service survived because not everybody would be able to pay for facebook if it charged for a fee video released monday that was taken by a dashboard camera inside of a sheriff's vehicle shows it hitting a protester and driving away it's the latest flashpoint following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in sacramento the law enforcement official behind the wheel likely didn't know he hit somebody that according to sheriff scott jones who said at a news actually hadn't spoken to the driver yet and the name of the driver was not released the sheriff's department said the woman who was hit had minor injuries the california highway patrol is investigating meanwhile several state lawmakers in the family of the twenty two year old unarmed black man who was fatally shot are proposing that california become the first state to significantly restrict when officers can open fire the proposed legislation change the current reasonable force rule to a necessary for standard that means officers would be allowed to shoot only if there were quote no other reasonable alternatives to the use of deadly force to prevent imminent serious injury or death now the proposal comes after the officers chased stefan clark was suspected of breaking cars into his grandparents backyard they say shot at him because they thought he had a gun but investigators found a cell phone a mexican father arrested by immigration officials after dropping off his daughter at daycare has been released from tension center he'll be allowed or remain in the us after a judge ruled he could face persecution if he returns to mexico for nando korea walked out of a us immigration office in san francisco monday he hugged his wife and daughter as he was surrounded by dozens of supporters i'm extremely happy thankful for all the people my family god.

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