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18-Year-Old Dead After Being Stabbed, Set On Fire In The Bronx, New York City
"Died. After he was stabbed, doused with gasoline and set on fire. Yesterday in an apartment building in the Bronx. More from CBS two's Cori James Joseph Romero says it's a noise. He will never forget. One that forced him out of his apartment, not knowing what was going on, and I checked to see what was happening on the first floor. So confused with sound was coming from the the police police say say it it was was coming coming from from four four storeys storeys above, above, where where investigators investigators tell tell us us an an 18 18 year year old old in in the the hallway hallway on on the the fifth fifth floor, floor, was was stabbed stabbed three three times times doused doused with with gasoline. gasoline. Dean Dean and and then then set set on on fire. fire. The The young young man man who who died died has has been been identified identified as as 18 18 year year old old Winston Winston Ortiz Ortiz of of the the Bronx. Bronx. The The suspect suspect got got away away through through a a hallway hallway that that did did not not have have working working surveillance cameras. Tech
Troubleshoot Alexa Not Responding
"I know this is never ever ever happened to you where Lexie didn't understand what said right right now. Okay. Here's the deal today I wanNA help you troubleshoot things if for some reason Lexi doesn't understand or respond to what you're saying. Here's a list of things that you can try and and just going to go through them, and these are hopefully some ways that you can sort out what the issue is. Number One make sure that you're using the power doctor that was included with your device right and make sure that it is on make sense number to make sure that you have an active. Internet connection number three check that your device isn't muted because of his muted. Then she's doing what she's supposed to do, which is not respond to you. So you want the red light to be off the see a red light on that means is muted. Now if you have a device that does have a screen one way you can force Lexi to listen to you is by pressing the action button. So that's the little button with just a small little dot on it, and that is the same thing as saying hello to Lexi and using the wake word. Then we can do is you can make sure that Lexi here's you. You can move your device away from walls and other speakers or other background noise. So it's easier make sure that you are speaking naturally and clearly, and you can also try rephrasing or question or make it more specific. Finally. You can try Lexi, did you hear me and she will repeat to you what you said if she did hear you and if all else fails, you can always try to unplug your device and plug it back in and essentially you're forcing it to reset at that point. Okay. So hopefully, this is not an issue for you but if is these are some of the things that you can try to do troubleshoot if Lexie is not paying attention to you
NAACP's Sheley Anderson recognizes Senator Kamala Harris’ appointment to major party ticket as a 'monumental moment' in U.S. history
"The presidential race now kicks into high gear. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be formally nominated at the Digital Democratic National Convention next week. Almost Tammy Natasa has local reaction to the selection of Harris's Biden's vice presidential running mate. The world watched as California Senator Kamala Harris appeared with Joe Biden for the first time. As the first black American and South Asian American woman nominated for vice president of the United States. Some voters we talked to say they hope 55 year old energize young voters as Joe Biden's running mate. Other voters say it also shows two people differences on the campaign trail can come together. Chili Anderson, the regional vice president. Says this moment is monumental. She believes it's paving the way for young women, minorities and immigrants. Toe have a seat at the decisionmaking table, she says. Our entire country should be celebrating. We want to actually be able to hold the position where historically Black women just simply want welcomed, write. You can always be the prize. Maybe, but never the bride. Right Come. Pamela Harris just got engaged. And so all people need to be celebrating right now. Because this is good for America. This is for all of America. Activists say the road will be challenging for Harris with all the racial and personal attacks, but they believe She has the resilience to fight it.
CA Democrats react to Kamala Harris 2020 VP selection
"Harris has run into her fair share of criticism on her rise up California's political ladder, and much of the time it's been from liberals who were Really unhappy with her record of San Francisco is district attorney and then California's attorney General. David Compost, is chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party, also a former San Francisco county supervisor. Thank you for joining us. Thank you. So tell us a little bit about your feelings off camera. Harris joining the Biden ticket and whether or not you know, the Trump campaign is painting her as the sort of quintessential left wing blazing liberal. Issue. Well, I don't believe she is. But But let me just be very clear that I I believe that old Democrats need to get behind this ticket. And I think that I can say that as someone who was a very ardent supporter of Bernie Sanders and who is proud to be AH, progressive. And I can be a progressive who at times has been critical of Kamala Harris. I still say to my fellow progressives and my fellow Democrats we need to unify behind this ticket. The reality is that if you look at her record, as Ah, That only attorney general But as the district attorney of San Francisco that it was not what I would consider a progressive record. It certainly was not. Ah record that Ah, lines with what she's saying today. And you know, I can say that and still, you know, stand here today and say I'm supporting her in Biden because I think that the election Has too much at stake and as Democrats we have Of responsibility to make sure that whatever we do that we make sure that Donald Trump is not reelected. I got I got that, David, but But let me ask you because you said something interesting. You said in passing that that tree did things in the past, not what she is now, saying. Now look, people change. Hopefully, as people get older and they have experienced, they do change. But then there are other people kind of put their finger up into the wind. And whichever way it's blowing. That's the way they go. Where does she fit into that? Well, I'm hoping that it is change and you know, I I actually started out in politics around the same time that Kamala started. We actually both worked in the city attorney's office in San Francisco over Deputy city attorneys together. I supported her when she first ran for District attorney When she was running, you know, to be a progressive district attorney. She supported my candidacy for supervisor. And we're re parted ways was probably in two areas one when it came to issues of police misconduct and holding police accountable. I felt that as district attorney she was not really doing enough Ah to to hold police accountable and that there were many concerns about Conduct by police officers. Whether it's you know, profiling people of color. Ah, mistreating people where we never really thought that Camilla was an ally of the movement to reform the San Francisco Police Department. And you know, you have heard, I think in the press members of the police union, which were many which we saw an obstacle to reform, you know, talk about how they had a good relationship with Carl, right? And so so that that was one area in another area was on the issue of Immigration where you know she really was supportive of policies that at that point, Gavin Newsome was instituting that were anti immigrant. That led to the deportation and many undocumented Hughes And you know what we saw later was Camilla, you know, say something different about those issues about police reform in about immigration. And what I wanted to note simply was. Look, that's not the record.
Puerto Rico set for 2nd voting round after botched primaries
"Ruled that the votes cast during a botched primary over the weekend are valid. And then a second round of voting will be held this Sunday at centers that never opened or did not remain open for the required eight hours. Actors air
How the Biden-Harris ticket will impact the 2020 race
"Joe Biden's choice of Camilla Harris as his running mate is being met with excitement and hope from many women in and around Sacramento. KP CASE Joe Michaels joins us Live in studio with more Oh Bill Bynes decision to add California's junior senator to the 2020 Democratic ticket brings a smile to the face of the only woman currently sitting on Sacramento City Council Councilwoman Anjali Gash be calling the choice, exciting seeing yourself reflected in leaders. Is just so empowering, not just for young people, but for all people. Women have never seen themselves in the Oval Office. In the White House. Never so to see a woman actually get to vice president of the United States of America would tell women and girls everywhere that it is possible and it is possible in our lifetime. Kendra Montgomery Block of the Sierra Health Foundation, is pleased to finally see an African American woman chosen as the running mate of a major party's presidential candidate as a black woman, how we are constantly looked upon as the backbone of the entire country, and in doing so So making sure that you have not only just a seat at the table, but a voice at the table means a lot in our democracy, and Camilla represents that voice, not only for us before the people Montgomery Clark believes Harris will also serve as a rule model for young African American girls. You always want to be able to look at folks and say, Hey, that's a path that I could take two And now that's incredibly connected to black women, Indian women and two women of color that we can take this path that we can build strong families, built strong education connections and then be able to take on top leadership role in this country. Councilwoman Ashby says Harris is well prepared for the opportunity. This isn't choosing a woman for the sake of choosing a woman. He was a candidate for the presidency herself. She's been the senator for California. She's been attorney general. She's been a D E A. There's no doubt that she's qualified to do this job. Ashby understands the possibility that Harris could be polarizing and doesn't out W naysayers were choosing the next president and vice president, United States of America. We get to look at them through a critical leads, but we need to look at them through balanced lenses, and that is what the people of this country are asking for. So many ways through protests through support of candidates. The things that you're hearing is a nation that just wants equity in its decision making. They want to see women and men have equal opportunity they want to see people of every race have equal opportunity. When you look at American history, it's been a long time in coming. From the women's suffrage movement that ultimately gave women the right to vote 100 years ago this month of the civil rights movement aimed at ending racial discrimination to 2020 when an African American woman now stands as the running mate of a major party's presidential candidate,
Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo suspended one game for headbutting Wizards' Moe Wagner
"Is playing the Milwaukee Bucks and you would say, Oh, yeah, Milwaukee should win that game. We don't know what the bucks they're gonna look like on the court. And how? How many minutes. Are those bucks Players going, Teo get Here's one thing, though, in a game last night were Yannis onto the Campo probably didn't need supply. He did play, so you would have wondered if Mike Budenholzer would've put onto the tempo out in the court tomorrow. Up against the Memphis Grizzlies. Now he doesn't have that option to do so, because you're honest onto the Campo got hit with a one game suspension for a foolish head. But last night On most Wagner and we've seen the honest answer component on the bubble, pick a fight with Dante Hall of the Nets, and then picked a fight with also Mo Wagner. And they were both unnecessary. Why are you doing that? Why you put in yourself in that situation? It's not like you're headbutting LeBron or CO I Leonard, your head butting two guys that Don't mean a damn thing to you, and both their team stink. So you're going to be a back to back M v p Award winner? Maybe trying to pick up the intensity in the bubble, which I could appreciate on DH. Maybe because you know, everyone's saying your season doesn't mean anything until yeah. Get to the embassy finals and really your season starts the postseason. Maybe you just get in and see that that's finally coming. But for Johannes last night, what he was doing was absolutely foolish, and I don't get it and even after the game He realized that it was a mistake and what he did. Terrible action. Um, never go back. Turn back time and club XL playing. I wouldn't do it. But then they know human making state's got out of
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Tours Queens School To Show In-Person Learning Will Be Safe
"The voices are getting louder about relying on remote learning only in New York City schools Mayor de Blasio toward a school in Queens today for a look at how they're preparing. Despite concerns from educators and parents, the mayor has convinced the schools can open safely. The blood's you toward Village Academy and for Rockaway. The hallways are marked. So you go one way on one side the other way. On the other side, you saw the spacing of the deaths. I've never seen. A classroom. With so few kids who will be in it. The principal's union has joined the teacher's union and raising safety concerns. The mayor's has he spoken to the union boss, but I've also said to him. We have been systematically addressing those concerns, and we have a whole month until school opens and we're going to do a lot more. The unions wanna slower, phased in return to classroom.
History of the US Income Tax
"But our country has this really conflicted history with the income tax. It was not designed by our founding fathers for most of American history there was no income tax at all in the years are brand new government needed some way to raise money, but there was no need to mess around with an income tax. The government had a much simpler way just. Tax The stuff that comes into the ports for a long time really the only way that they raised money was using tariff duties duties on imported goods. This is tax historian Joe, thorndike and tariffs are simple. Right? You send out a tax collector told the major ports ship pulls import us go through the manifests, check the cargo and you add up whatever you WANNA tax sugar guns, books simple. But there's one big problem with tariffs they fail you the one time you really really really need revenue tariff duties are great way to raise money as long as you're not fighting a war yet because someone's blocking airport right or sinking your ships on the way. News Yeah. And that that does tend to depress a little bit. So when in the United States do people start to think and talk about an income tax will you know the earliest? In American history that I know of comes during the war of eighteen twelve when the treasury secretary throws it out there it's it's really kind of a throw away in a report that he sends to Congress. You know, hey, we could consider taxing incomes but this suggestion during the war of eighteen twelve, it goes nowhere an income tax is actually a very complicated thing to pull off successfully there are three big obstacles to getting it. Right. The first obstacle is logistics like how do you make sure people pay a percentage of their income? Oh, it's enormously complicated because it really does come down to. The individual, who's filing this return, and that person we're going to expect them to begin with just to keep track of how much they're earning. Then expect a lot of honesty from them about reporting those records to the government and to make sure that they're actually doing the job you didn't have to create this huge administrative apparatus to go in and enforce it, and you have to give these people the power to dig through the personal financial records of every taxpayer, and that's usually pretty unappealing to tax payers and the government is not going to radically reform the tax code unless it has to. Unless, there's something incredibly expensive it needs to fund. This is how a lot of taxes come out. There's a war, and in fact, fifty years after the idea of the income taxes I floated such a war comes to pass the civil war. This is a very, very, very expensive warm Congress needs money to feed its soldiers by guns, cannon ships. So this time, it's not just one guy. Bringing up the income taxes a suggestion this time. Congress makes it law and even more importantly they come up with a way to enforce it Congress provides for the creation of the Bureau of internal. Revenue this is the first real income tax in the United States, but it doesn't look quite like the one we have today during the civil war only the wealthy had to pay income tax. And the government does this really very clever thing to get rich people to pay it. It makes tax returns public during the civil war anyone could go in and look up your income tax return or at least your report of how much you earn and the idea was that this would help improve compliance because your neighbor would see you driving around on your brand new plow and he'd. Say Wait a minute I that guy get all that money I'm going to see how much he reported on his income tax and they'd go in and they check it out and they could report to the agency and say, Hey, you know I. Don't think that this is the right number. This guy looks like he's living too large for this sort of an income they sort of conscripted. And made the tax collector. So who is living large in? Let's say Washington DC in eighteen, sixty four. Well, we pulled up a copy of the tax assessor sheets for DC, during the civil war and there happens to be a guy here Abraham. Lincoln. Address White House at the White House. Everyone knows where it is it's senator and and the taxes he paid I'm sure people were very interested in this one, thousand, two, hundred, ninety dollars. They're also entries here for restaurant owners for liquor dealers some guy lived on longboat may be in the Potomac River. It's clear from this list that people were paying taxes, the plan worked. Well, some people are paying taxes the north part of the country. Remember this is the civil war, the south. Also attempted an income tax attempted they had a much less effective, a tax system and their income tax was much less effective than the North's version. Is there a case to be made? The civil war was sort of an economic battle in the in the north was better at at that and raising money and and that's one reason at one. Oh, absolutely I mean taxes do have a lot to do with the. North. Winning the war. Not just taxes, but the North's ability to borrow money it. It just had a better economic foundation for fighting a big warlike that you know the income tax worked. So well during the war, you would think that the US government would want to keep it around I. Mean it's Nice to have extra money when you're actually rebuilding from the carnage and such but once the conflict ended, there was this big argument about whether to keep the. Income tax round or not, and now the income tax hits its second obstacle a legal obstacle. Remember how he said the income tax only hits the rich. Well, the rich did not like it and the rich have lawyers in eighteen ninety, five legal challenge to the income tax reaches the US Supreme Court here's economic historian John Steele Gordon. My great great uncle was one of the lead lawyers in that case and guess which side he was on. The trying to shoot down the income then you've got. Cable. He was a Morgan partner at five years later. The argument John Steele Gordon great great uncle made in court was that the income tax violated little document that we'd like to call the US Constitution here Ariba line to you. It says quote direct taxes shall be apportioned among the states according to their respective numbers. I will translate that for you if the federal government wants to raise money directly from people or property, then it has to divide the tax burden up equally Among the states according to their population. So if a state had ten percent of America's population, it should only have to pay about ten percent of the tax and the income tax wasn't taxing according to population it was taxing according to income. So the question before the Supreme Court is and as is often the case it's something kind of knowingly subtle and hard to follow. The question is, is the income tax eight direct tax. I stayed up late last night reading court documents. This is a huge rabbit hole of complicated things, but it comes down to this if any part of this income tax law passed by Congress, if any of the many taxes embedded inside considered a direct tax, then Congress did it wrong? The law is unconstitutional. That is the question that justices had to decide a very interesting thing happened in the Supreme Court. One justice was ill evacuate dying Justice Jackson from Tennessee who was argued before eight justices and they split four four as to whether or not the income tax was a direct tax and therefore unconstitutional. That's why we have an odd number of justices. He can't have a tire. Exactly. was. A four four time. The court decided that the case was simply too important to be tied, and so they haul justice Jackson out of his deathbed. Now odd number of justices and everybody knew that he was in favor of the income tax because he'd said. So publicly, Z. Really Dying Jesse really died two months later. So the lawyers re argue the case Justice Robert Jackson is. In the final days of his life is a pro income tax guy. So he's going to break the tie in favor of the income tax and the tie was broken case was decided five four. But the crazy thing is it was five four the other way it was a five four decision against the income tax. One of the other justices we don't know who switched his vote. and. So the tax was unconstitutional. No income tax. How do people reacted the time to this little intrigue Oh they've there would be a there was a lot of. In the papers about it, but the Supreme Court was silent as it so often is to what the internal workings we really don't know who who, really don't know who it but somebody's which their vote we just don't know. So there's this weird stretch in the middle of American history where the income tax has been ruled unconstitutional but this didn't in anyway settled the argument I mean, if anything the debate over income tax in America grew more heated. This is the time when a lot of big industrialists are getting filthy rich JP Morgan, Rockefeller Carnegie, and at this exact time, the nation has no income tax, the people who are not JP Morgan or Rockefeller Carnegie in the country. A lot of them feel those guys the rich need to bear more of the burden. So nearly twenty years after the income tax is ruled unconstitutional, we get an amendment to the Constitution the sixteen, th amendment ratified in nineteen thirteen a single sentence which begins the Congress shall have the power to lay and collect taxes on incomes just in time for another war World War One. So the income tax has cleared to hurdles so far logistics check legality check. The income tax needs one more thing to bring it into the modern age. One More L. Word Love the income tax of to this point has been a tax on the rich right everyone else was exempt in fact when they bring the income tax back after the constitutional amendment, less than two percent of the population has to pay. All this changes though with World War Two, the government needs more money and now ordinary folks are asked to pay again Joe Thorndike this is a is a real revolution because for most Americans, they've never had this kind of direct tax paying relationship with the federal government. You know they're paying excise taxes on alcohol tobacco or consumer goods but those things are are usually levied somewhere other than like on the consumer you know they're levied at the manufacturer level for the first time. Americans are sort of confronting the federal government as a tax collector and the middle. Class has never paid this tax before they not sure what to do a whole in nineteen forty-three show that one third to one half of people were unclear what
Dallas - Several Texas cities rank well on list of best American cities during the pandemic
"There's this new list out for the best and worst city used to be stuck in during our pandemic. North Texas has a lot of cities on the good side. Consider this a water cooler conversation from your couch by a water clear. That's how Jeff Herman looks at a new study by the company where he works. Lawn starter dot com Ah, website dedicated tell on knowing we're stuck at home are spending a lot of time in the yard. So think of this as it was a water cooler conversation that came to life, Herman says. The company spent weeks crunching numbers in four categories. To rank the best and worst U. S cities to be stuck at home. This is all data that's out there that we compiled and compressed into these rankings out of 150 cities on the list. Arlington came in at 85. Irving is 55. Garland, 43 Grand Prairie is 17. You only have to go north of the Bush Turnpike to visit three of the top 10 cities. Planum ranked eighth. McKinney is third. And Frisco is first came as a surprise. I mean, a lot of times, you know, Money magazine or some of the other recognitions that crystal has achieved are expected. This is one that I never thought we'd see out there. As Faras bested in a pandemic. The least two shows first goes financial safety and quality of of life, life, put put them them at at the the very very top top of of the the list. list. The The city city at at Rock Rock bottom. bottom. Detroit Detroit where where a a local local newspaper newspaper Wade Wade in in said said you you have have Frisco Frisco Texas Texas sees you have never heard of it either might have to check that out something like that. So I'm like, come on full shape for a city that's used to the shine. That's
Podcast Critic and Creator Wil Williams Shares Her Origin Story
"Hello and welcome to a bonus episode of inside podcasting the show in which creators discuss their craft. I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. A few weeks ago I posted a post show episode in which my podcast friend, Ariel Nissim flat, and I discussed my interview with podcast critic and Creator. Will Williams during that episode, I revealed that due to technical mishap will and I actually recorded twice the interview with will, that I, shared with you a few weeks ago was our second recording. Today's episode is the first eleven or so minutes of our original discussion which I was able to salvage despite the technical mishap. So today, I'm releasing it for all of us here I. Hope you enjoy it. Will Williams. Welcome to the show I am so happy to have you with me today. I have been. Thank you for having Oh. Absolutely. I. Have Been Intrigued by you ever since I came across your posts on twitter you're one of the first people I came across where I don't remember what you were saying, but it was surely opinionated and. Could. It could have even been. You know a useful rant. I'm not really sure but I immediately knew this is someone that I want to pay attention to this is someone that I wanNA follow. So. For me to get a chance to just dive into who you really are because of course, at this point I have had the chance to meet you in person and we have had. Interactions they're still so much. I don't know and I have a lot of questions. So I read somewhere that you started listening to. Night. Vale and Lime Town that that might have been your first introduction to podcast. Is that right? So that was my first introduction to fiction podcasts by I was one of those people where I was listening to podcasts in a more general sense before I pods were even a thing I was downloading them on my desktop computers and listening whenever I could back in those early days of I tunes but Lime Town and Night Vale were definitely my biggest introductions to fiction, which then launched me into writing. So when you're listening to the other podcast prior to that, what happened that was different when you listen to night villain lime town that led you to feel like Oh maybe I wanNA play a role in this. In Twenty twelve, twenty thirteen. There were a bunch of fiction podcast being made and because I guess I kind of raised myself on traditional nonfiction podcasting things like radio lab and grammar girl and writing excuses when fiction podcast starting to make stir I was unfortunately in the camp where I thought that they were going to be good that they would be kind of. Poorly, produced or poorly written or kind of tacky. So I just didn't latch onto them, which is so embarrassing to see now. When I listened to night neil well, that's fascinating to me because of course. so closely to the genre. Yeah. When I heard Night Vale, it was kind of more of the same kind of thought of it as the exception to the rule, and I think part of that is because I was so set on this idea that you know all fiction podcasts kind of sounded like basically like a prairie home companion in my head that's what I was comparing it to and I liked that night failed did something so different in. So weird I mean this was again like. Twelve thirteen twenty thirteen, and back then lgbt representation, which is something that I think a lot of people fiction space take a little bit for granted now, not that we couldn't still be better, but we really had so little of that in an accessible fiction format and the main relationship in that podcast is between two men and later would go on to have trans characters and it felt really revolutionary to me and growing up in Arizona and specifically being in Phoenix for most of my life I. Latched onto. The weird desert setting usually the desserts here are basically exactly as bizarre feel feel feels like a documentary sometimes. I thought of it. Yeah. As like the exception to the rule I liked it but I didn't think it would be into more efficient podcasts but when lime town came around and my friend introduced me to it. I mean, it sounded incredible and I was working in my college radio station. At the time I had tried my hand out a little bit of production. So I knew how much went into it and it just sounded so good. They loved the writing and I've always been one four character study is and that's basically what town is like there is the mystery to it, but it's mostly vignettes of these fascinating characters and he just fell in love and then from there I just kind of dove headfirst into all the fiction I could find, and now here I am. So, you were at college at the time right were you what were you studying? Did you have parallel paths going like I'm interested in radio and I'm working at the college radio station but I- majoring in something completely different. Something completely different. I. My Undergrad degree is in English education. I was very bent on being teacher. I just worked at the college radio station for fun basically, and then you Kinda fell in love with and the more I fell in love with audio the more I fell in love with working at the station. And then I did my semester of student teaching. I graduated I worked as a substitute teacher for two months. End then hated it never been You hate it why? I loved teaching proper is loved being with the students but honestly I think that I was. I got way too emotionally involved in all of my students and to to this day. I still think back on students during that semester student teaching and wonder if they're okay
The Hidden Gem That Is Uruguay With Karen Higgs
"Hel Lo travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less I'm your host, Travis Sherry, and joining me today is someone who used to sing sixties covers in the psychedelic rock bar and Costa Rica whose hometown is roughly eight thousand miles from where she now lives and who is the only urguay guidebook. Lives they're carrying Hague's from Guru, Guay Dot Com Karen, thanks for joining me and a huge. Welcome. I was so excited to hear what you're going to take out of my via. Those good with those those. Highlights there. Right I. Love that I mean I think you're probably the only person. I've ever introduced that sung sixties covers in the Psychedelic Rock Barn Costa Rica Wall the only one who's intro involved. I'm sure other guests have done it because who has right? Exactly that's kind of par for the course if you're a traveler I want to start out, could you were talking about one of my favorite countries in the world but somewhere, I've never been so little known fact or maybe not that little known if you used to follow way back in the day. Karen I said that my two favourite countries in the world were Slovenia an Erg Urguay but I had never been to either one I've now been to Slovenia but I haven't been to. Uruguay. So I am very excited to chat with you I'm I'm totally shocked what why Uruguay can I ask my? So I think just when I started traveling, I looked at a map and was like, don't like what I'm taking I was kind of like entire nation is going to be taken back. There you go. I looked at a map and I remember thinking. Like where are the hidden gems? Hidden Gems when they travel and so oh, Brazil Argentina and I remember I and I liked soccer slash football and. Howard now I'm understanding more. Colors, the light blue I like Diego Forlan, and so I just remember thinking that would be a coup country to go because everyone goes to Argentina everyone goes to Brazil. I want to go there and Slovenia same kind of thing this tiny country tucked in amongst kind what you would call like tourist powerhouses of Italy and stuff like that and. Yeah I just so for me, it was like those are the two that I just I thought they use are going to be it and have been something. We haven't made it yet. Then that is a good question well. Yet to give you a little bit of background, my wife and I wanted to come to South America for quite a while. So let's say five six years where we've really been like South America let's go. We've still never touch the continent. One of the reasons was we are not and naturally very cautious people but because we were trying to have kids and Zeke was happening and all that kind of stuff especially down in Brazil we kind of thought well, we can put it off like if we don't have to go and I know Uruguay was not Zico hotbed. But of course, if we go there, we wanted to go to Argentina Brazil. So we kinda just kept putting it off, putting it off, putting it off. And now we're recording during covert times if you're listening in the future hopefully, you're out of it by then. But yeah. Now, of course, as an American can't really go there. So. I would have if you had spoken to me five or six years ago than I would have said to you that you have to come anyway for your entire vacations to Uruguay 'cause there's so much to do and enough of people thinking that it says side from Argentina or Brazil. Okay. So I would have said that immediately and I also would have said to you that you know Zeka. Zero cases here and that Uruguay has great public health policies, and in fact, right now we are kind of like one the stock countries in Latin America regarding the virus
Cyber Safety, How to keep your identity protected using mindfulness and practical tactics
"How you doing Sandra? Hi. How are you doing? Thank you for having been your show. So, matty here. Right absolutely. So we're talking today about identity and cyber. Theft here. So give us a little bit idea on what that's about what does identity theft what is cyber theft? What does all that stuff? Of course? Let me start why I started. Niger, any may be. Definitely will get into into whether they cybersecurity are cybercrime or identity out. That okay with you. Sure. So I was returning a many many years ago I was returning from these things. Colombian. So I mean, the plane were landing in Miami and the pound announces that Homeland Security. Were boarding the plane. I course to ask for a handed to the to the agent and at the time I, head out these. It was relocated recently to the US. Ns I had my passport to the agents. then. He's next thing I know I'm the only one that being score of the plane by the two officers. And enthroning to the room you the. Famous rooms. that. Are In airports in I, don't know what's happening. Out. I'm about to connecting fighting my husband's waiting for Chico. So ten hours later and handed back my passport and is revoked. Few weeks later I mean Venezuela my native country and I'm trying to process my. Mom to processing again, you sign I had a lot of support from Maya Turks from my former employer journey. So we are in to again and. It was interesting officials. They kept asking me about China. Why we're doing China. China who is your contact? Like I never been in China. beating know what they were talking about. Some how when? S Model China go to hold of my information and was smuggling women into the US using my identity. Yes. So humid slate, you know everything I convinced, of course, a smuggler I gave my new visa and a back home two weeks later and returning from Euro my job requirement to travel a lot. And as we are going to. Control. I. Give My passport booth. I'm right back into that room. Because I have to. The, real me over and over that for six years. Yeah. So when I going everything was Chinese I. Mean it was really crazy at nobody wanted to travel with me a united in my almost wanted to travel with me. and. Finally. made the citizenship, my aspirin I changed my. Everything Courses Okay and at the time I was working tonight not. Having in the industry for over Twenty Years Community? It non no it was identity. It was not in the news. He was not like every day right now at breach or cyber drive or this or that. Back back in that day in that time, it wasn't so I couldn't make the connection. So few years later, I changed my career and I join cybersecurity cybersecurity? Area. Industry. And I realized what happened to me, and what happened you know when someone takes your identity with Tony, personage you for their gate. and. You know eat my corporate career I did that I? was very passionate about. Training and education awareness and Allison Park job that I enjoy the most. So I wanted to Redo it at a bigger scale as I left my corporate all by did your original question about what is at Know when stolen takes something from you. And wince when they break into your life, and that can be very dramatic experience and it can be for many reasons financial reasons it could be for. Someone inside your company that has. Either made a mistake or by attention. Jober that is you and ninety. Attack you could be for like in my case, there was a vying for for that criminal to have my identity so he can use it for him. So there are many life happens. It's It goes on all the time. We don't always hear about identity theft on the news I might do commercials about it. You know when the advertising different products, but it's something that a lot of us don't even really hear about. So how does that happen? How does someone? Get your information. So you can happen. Through many different things that can happen through your social media, it can happen through your email can happen through when you give out your credit card in a restaurant. It could happen when when when you ride formation with with a doctor. Often, office I mean, there are so many ways. Jury information can be obtained. We share a lot in social media share. Many different things. That are personal and that that is one thing that can use. Of you do that. You know sometimes we don't hear the news a lot about identity issue i. think we should do a because there's a new victim, every two seconds. A new victim I mean someone right now? has just being victim of identity DOPP and there's different decrease appointed. You know sometimes we someone let's say takes your credit car. And data charges in your credit card and probably most have had situation and the bank context you. Just have to get a new credit car. Scare of it. So it's a degree of identity theft is in the financial. Hesitation of identity theft, but it is. Your credit car on and bought things on your behalf. But it wasn't as faithful as many other situations are obviously. More were personnel or or moines more invasive.
Isolation and Freudian Paranormal Slips
"When eastern state penitentiary or Cherry Hill as it was known at the time was erected in eighteen, twenty nine and Francis Ville it was the largest and most expensive public structure in the country which country. I've never heard of the eastern state penitentiary. It's Bainian okay was. nope Cherry Point. Just Kidding Cherry Point with Carolina's where my brother was born Cherry Hill. It's still the same country. Back to it. So about that map. Okay, starting off the strong today. Did you mean which state? Even when I, you align. Oh, happy. Belated birthday by the way tiffany was going to mention it but I didn't want us to be all of them. You let that slide since it's your birthday week. All right. So from eighteen, twenty and From eighteen twenty, nine to nineteen seventy-one, the eastern state penitentiary in Pennsylvania United States of America north. America. Earth Opera Milky Way Galaxy. Belief operated as one of the most famous and most expensive prisons in history at its completion. The building was the largest emo-. I can keep saying that the largest and most expensive public structure ever record in the United States and quickly became a model for more than three hundred prisons. Worldwide Eastern state emerged from concerns of prison reformers in Philadelphia in the late eighteenth century when prisons held accused criminals only until their trials if convicted prisoners face public in corporal punishment in seventeen, Eighty, seven, a group of well known and powerful Philadelphians known as the Philadelphia Society for alleviating the miseries of public prisons. Oh. What is the please? Give me a what's it called acronym Yup Thank you the Fist Sim. Map. The FISA Abba Papa they met in the home of Benjamin Franklin. The members expressed growing concern with the conditions in American European prisons conditions at the Walnut Street jail, which is located directly behind independence hall were appalling open in Seventeen, seventy, seven, the Walnut Street Jail House accused men, women, adults, children's thieves. Murderers were all jailed together disease ridden dirty pins were rape and robbery were common occurrences. Okay. I know that this is an other movies and TV shows and everything. 'cause you know this is something that was prevalent in history but this reminds me of outlander haven't seen IT A. Girl Uni Watch it but there's a scene where Jason are like a season where he's in prison in its continue. Okay I think lots lots of prisons are bad. The jailers made little effort to protect the prisoners from each other. Instead, they sold prisoners alcohol up to nearly twenty gallons a day Jeez. Food Heat including clothing came at a price and it wasn't unusual prisoners to die from the cold or starvation and keep in mind. They were only cap until their trials because if they are found innocent, they were like, Oh, if they were found guilty day, we're usually guilt Dr Benjamin rush spoke on the society's goal to see the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania set the international standard in prison design. He was convinced that crime was a quote moral disease and suggested a house of repentance were prisoners could meditate on their crimes experienced spiritual Ra- Morrison undergo rehabilitation good for him. What's his name again? Dr Benjamin Rush Okay you rush rush come down on the Cocoa Award Good Just hear me out for pages. The concept grew from enlightenment thinking but no government had successfully carried out such a program. It took the society more than thirty years to convince the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to build this kind of prison. But in eighteen twenty, one, Pennsylvania legislature appropriated two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for eastern state and thus began a revolutionary new building on the farmland outside of Philadelphia at twenty twenty, seven Fairmont Avenue all
Divina de Campo
"Let's rewind a bit and go too little too. When you were growing up because I think it's fair to say, isn't it? When you growing up, you get all these stereotypes sort of enforced on. You don't you. You tend to remember my mother trying to get to wear a skirt wants to wait because she said, that's what girls. Whether it was a big row over that but it was a similar things going on in your household was trying to push the binary on you in some way or my my dad more than my moment, which is weird because when I came out and she did not react well. But when I was little like that was absolutely no an issue we had addressing boggs and like my favorite thing in the dressing boggs was elected. ABC's leopard-print should neely. The Laurie. Today. And it had a goat trim round the neck, and then I think, yeah. HOW SPLIT IN IT? You know I think I'd say go it was a sleeveless dress with gold trim I mean tacky as hell. So Takeda's. But that was my favorite. Yeah absolutely. Follow I. Loved it. I. Felt it was you know this is yes. I love my life I. Always Been Dressing Up Anyway Kate and hasn't been a big deal but then I remember Ed once we have play room I. Mean we're so big class cry you play. So. I remember putting all these dresses on and then going in and feel like look I got all these silly clothes on on my dad's face was he was just like incandescent and just went very nice and. It was like seething. That was that I think the first time that I remember. Thinking Oh there's something wrong doing this you know dot doesn't like it but I don't know why my experience my father is he's very much generation of men were they weren't taught how to talk about their feelings or talk or express emotion in any other way than anger. At how old would you have been? Then I think I was about four five hours really. And then the you go I, guess you getting any attitude, the playground for not conforming to agendas wineries. Yet not conforming with definitely for me it wasn't such a thing at junior school lower. The thing like junior school that just didn't didn't seem factor into people's hey. So, you know Judy School for me. Actually it was a really happy time. I felt well-supported where the no case. But somehow they didn't seem to have that much of an impact on me Oh my thinking or any of that stuff. So every time at school are is singing in the choir. I was in the you know the little school show I was leading. Violin. Bali class. So I was just on cut fruit loop. Any moment are get. That's why I was kind of confused was. She reacted really badly when I came out, but she'd never kind of held me back from doing any of those things. You know if ever there was a little quaint okayed it with me. You know I was like the absolute stereotype epitome of Funky Little A. The. loafing Barbra Streisand, get me that Bob predicts and on the radio I love a all of this like this song, my brothers and sisters used to sing to me all the time in the car was. So my show you've got it the. Match and I was like, okay why are they singing they? Sit Me Oh, it's because I'm not.
Conscience of the Country: A Tribute to John Lewis
"Congressman John Robert Louis was born in Troy Alabama on February twenty first nineteen, forty, two sharecroppers, Willie Mae, and Eddie Lewis. He is known for telling the story of preaching chickens at the boy from troy as he was nicknamed went on to become revered world leader and fearless advocate for voting rights organizing sit ins in. Nashville in nineteen sixty and becoming one of the original freedom writers Mr Lewis joined the Movement for civil rights and never looked back. As the chairman of snake he served as the youngest speaker at the march on Washington in nineteen, sixty three. In nineteen, sixty, five alongside reverend hosea, Williams Congressman Lewis led a march for voting rights across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama where he endured violent attacks by state troopers and vigilantes. Mr. Lewis fell to the ground with a fractured skull and five months later, president Lyndon B, Johnson signed the voting rights act of nineteen, sixty five until now. On the other side of that bridge Mr Lewis marched on into a life in career of activism and public service. He lost his first attempt at running for Congress in nineteen seventy seven was appointed the same year by President Jimmy Carter to the Director of action a Federal Agency for volunteerism. He then won a seat on the Atlantic City Council in nineteen eighty one and five years later ran for Congress in one. So much of the conversation about congressman, John. Lewis has been about his activism, but he stood on so many legislative accomplishments including sponsoring or co sponsoring more than eleven hundred bills. One of the most notable bills gave us the National Museum of African American History and culture in two thousand three. He served as a subcommittee chair for oversight for the prestigious ways and means. Committee, and after the retirement of Congressman John Conyers. became the dean of the Congressional. Black Caucus in twenty nineteen, he presided over the House floor as Congress passed hr four. Since his passing the bill was renamed the John Lewis Voting Rights Act which was adopted by unanimous consent. Before being admitted to the hospital, MR? Lewis stood in the heart of Black Lives Matter Plaza. He took his last breath on July seventeenth twenty twenty. But his legacy lives on in all of us. We begin this John Lewis. Tribu. where he also began with civil rights joining me for this very important conversation are Vanita Gupta President and CEO of the Leadership Conference on civil and Human Rights Derek Johnson, president and CEO of the of Lacey Pe-. Reverend, Michael Pfleger the senior pastor of the faith community of Saint. SAVINA. Reverend Dr William J Barbour, the second president of repairs of the breach and Co Chair of the poor people's campaign. An latasha Brown, Co founder and chief doer of black voters matter. A thank you all so much for making time to talk with me today about on. John Lewis. So I want to start with I'm. VANITA. Because of your work at the Department of Justice of course. I believe the year before you got to DOJ. The the case, the decision that gutted the voting rights act shelby versus holder, and so I wanna hear from you on some of the things that you experienced working with Mr Lewis on the other side of that because we know that right after that, all of the advocacy picked up to reinstate section five to get the voting rights on provision where they needed to be in Congress. And so just talk a little bit about some of your work with Mr Lewis on those issues. Shore. Is Truly an honor to be here with my. Warrior colleagues and friends and loved ones in the movement. Especially on today Angela. I think probably all of us were in tears watching Mr Lewis Funeral you know twenty thirteen is you mentioned that United States Supreme Court gutted the heart of the voting rights act in a devastating decision the shelby county versus holder decision. That really took away the longstanding tool of one of the most effective pieces of federal legislation in our nation's history in the voting rights act. That quired states with long histories of racial discrimination in voting to pre clear with the United States Justice Department changes made at the local level for election practices that had racially discriminatory impact. And the removal of that tool within hours of that decision coming down for the United. States. Court states like, North Carolina Texas enacted, Monster? Voter. Laws doing everything from. Putting forth restrictive voting laws cutting back early voting same day registration. And it took years to litigate and to hamlet the Justice Department did working with advocates and activists in all states. Where so years for federal courts in a place like North Carolina finally say that the State legislators North Carolina had enacted there. Monster Voter Suppression Law would such surgical precision to disenfranchise African Americans and meanwhile countless elections had taken place but Mr Lewis of legacy was that in the face of this overwhelmingly bad decision for voting rights he immediately. Went to action, which is always his way was never in a would not allow despair to hold him back inside we need to do everything we can restore it in went to work with legislative partners in the Congressional Black Caucus to put forth a bill immediately to restore it on every prior reauthorization of the voting. Rights. Act angelides always been done under. The Watch of Republican president and at least one house of Congress being Republican the unfortunate thing is after this decision, the really has not been bipartisan support and but Mr Lewis Year after year would stand at the podium introduced the law in say or in it for the long haul I've been there before I almost lost my life fighting for this law. In one, thousand, nine, sixty five, and we will persevere to us and we've got to keep our eye on the prize and we're not gonNA. Let go until the day that the bill becomes law. So in this moment. On where we're seeing a lot of performance morning by Senate Republicans who obstructed day after day everything that he has stood for and fought for with his life. It is time not only for us to restore the voting rights act passed the voting rights advancement act but to do everything else that we can to ensure open voting and go beyond it as President Obama said today won't be enough to rest and return to the status quo. It is time for this country to unregarded into make our democracy work for all of us in Gulf Far Beyon- restoration of the voting rights act in this moment.
The Why and How of Self Care by Randi Kay
"The why and how of Self Care Iran decay of Naturally Randy K. dot com. As you can gather, I think a lot about taking care of yourself and I care a lot about it. I WANNA shout about it from the rooftops I wanna hug you and bless you with self care blessings. I WanNa grab your shoulders, shake you while I yell how important it is in your face. But. I shall take a more humble right in a blog route at the moment and a little deeper into why it's important and some simple ways to get started. Talk to yourself. Our bodies are constantly communicating the different body systems working together the body language we exude or verbal conversations, but one of the most important conversations that we tend to neglect his consciously checking in with ourselves. I wrote a few posts ago about negative self-talk and start gently changing that conversation with ourselves. But along with that, there is the honest feedback conversation because something like this hey body mind or soul how're you doing today? What do you need? How can I help this whole day after? And then taking the time to listen for me some of those answers tend to be something like this Mo-. Hey, girl thanks for checking in. May I'm doing pretty good but my name and upper back heard a little I think he slept Kinda funny. You should do those and neck and shoulder stretches that I like Owen though he totally loved those cupcakes from Nicole's last night. My Tummy hurts meet a little lighter today Okay Mogi cool and by the way you are the bees. It may seem silly and he may feel like you've got a little goal homes Megan Combo going but it's K- keep going with it and you will come to cherish that daily inner dialogue I have come to not being able to function without it. Movement does your body good. This may seem like an obvious one but your body needs to move and yes, it moves all the time but we need that time of intentional movement, the benefits of exercise and stretching are endless and yes, we all know them. But seriously folks if we don't stretch and move and tend to our aches and pains, it can lead to incredibly negative and serious consequences. A favorite quote of mine that is known in the Yoga therapy world is quote if you listen to your body whisper, then you don't have to hear it scream and quote. And that touches on my first daily Combo point as well. Those first twinges and whispers of body discomfort is our bodies way of warning us saying, Hey, let's do something about this or else is going to get worse and lead to a torn rotator cuff or knee injury or heart attack or who knows what else. One of my favorite quotes is by core fusion co founder Fred veto quote. Embrace movement as an essential part of being alive and quote. We were created, sit at desks and stare at screens for eight plus hours a day. I'll save the soapbox for another time. But Self Care is how he counter that ever increasing way of life. And if you are up and moving for most of your day, self cares how we create some stillness and more therapeutic movement inhabits. Fill your own cup I save something to pour. In Our culture, there is glorification of busy. There's a glorification of sacrifice and struggle while I think being busy and sacrificing and struggling or important parts of life in their own ways is gonNA balance of heard almost every excuse in the book as to why people can't do self care is so hard with kids they need me I never get a moment to myself. I don't have time at work. So tired by the end of the day, my dog ate my homework. Okay. Not that last one but they all. Sound, like silly excuses to me what people don't understand, and this is usually the self care point that makes me wanNA shake people yell in a loving way. Of course, is that by taking time for yourself every day even if it's just five minutes of debriefing and grounding will make you a better partner parent friend employer employee everything you need to fill your own cup. If you really want to be the person you want to be in the world, you must take those sacred moments to yourself to take good care. And not only will you be able to serve others better you'll have valuable coping tools like healthy body, healthy breathing habits, self love, and confidence etc to deal with stresses in Traumas that will happen in life. In Summary To put it all onto a sweet-smelling glossy package check in with yourself daily to receive guidance on how to move and stretch and care to yourself. So you can be that kick angle force in the world. You've got a lot to do my friend. Please please set yourself up for success and enjoying the journey of life with a self care practice, and if my reasons don't do it for you tune into your own why put some love and motivation behind those should in your I know I should do this conversation.
National Amelia Earhart Day with Wade Roush
"Hey Paul it's weighed rouch. So July twenty fourth is National Amelia Earhart Day and I guess what I'm curious about is how Amelia herself would feel about the way she's remember today I mean it seems like she's famous mostly for disappearing into thin air and only secondarily for being the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic which all seems Kinda backward to me. On the other hand, she's seen increasingly as a feminist icon which seems like might please her. So I'm just curious how historians and biographers think earhart would have regarded her own fame. Thanks. Wade given that I've never been confused for an historian. I'm one of those people that thinks about Erhard the way you've described above. So it's nice to be given a little nudge of history and hopefully I can return the favor. For my first recommendation, I, found a podcast called. Erhard which hopes to shed some more light on Earhart by interviewing guests. In this episode, they interview Abigail Harrison who is commonly known as astronaut. Abby. As part of the interview, Abby Talks about how a millionaire heart is an inspiration. They also talk about the marsh. And stem as well as our work as an aspiring actress not. Today's guest is weighed Roche host of the soonest podcast which helps us understand were technology come from and how we decide to start or stop using it. It's that understanding that allows us to be more intentional about the kind of future were building together. Soon Ish covers a lot of ground from bridges to virtual reality to the voting process. One episode that struck me though was way talking about quitting facebook, which is something I grapple with constantly On the episodes page description we'd outlines multiple years were facebook failed us and he finally had enough. Here in twenty twenty facebook continues to fail enlarge ways and I wish some of the tech support groups that I am a member of would find another service. So I could get off facebook myself. For last recommendation wait went above and beyond he's given three podcast recommendations and a youtube channel that are about the weird byways and. In no particular order they are. The. Constant. The right stuff the wrong way. Ninety nine percents, invisible gander international airport. Should this exist boom the return of supersonic flight. And Amy Sheera. Titles Youtube Channel VINCA space. A link to all of them will be in the show notes. For today's extra hot sauce. I just WanNa add that Wade is one of the creators of the Boston based podcast collective called hub-and-spoke. If you've been listening to this podcast since the beginning you'll know that Charles Gustin was my second guest ever who was the host of ICONOGRAPHY, which is part of hub and spoke.
"nevers" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"And there's no need for an explanation. No, I'm not gonna do that. No. I don't wanna do that. No. I don't wanna meet you there. I don't want to do this with you. I don't want to do that with you know. And what does that do for me? Being able to say, no, I don't need a new car. No. You can't sell me stuff. I don't need. No. You can't tell me what to do. And where to go allows me to live a good life. I live a comfortable life where I can do what I want when I want with whomever, I want, and of course, you have to have financial freedom to be able to do that. There's no doubt about that. But even if you have finance freedom, some people still just get run around and run through the wringer over and over and over again because they're not willing to give up the fast life trying to make everybody in the world happy to impress other people as opposed to just making himself happy number four. I'm willing to give up security significance. And never is that true. Nevers at true. I will never give up security for significant. Now, I crave significance. I think it's very important in life. Once you have created security. To become significant. But I wouldn't give up security for significance. There's I think it's moslo had a hierarchical pyramid concept that the first thing you worry about you know, air, and if you don't have any air, nothing else matters. And then after that, it's water. And if you don't have any water nothing else matters, and then it's food. So it was food and water food water and shelter right security, then after that, it's food water shelter and a mate. A family a group of people to belong to something. And then the next level is to step outside of that group and have significant above and beyond the group. That's the highest Bengal of success in life. Is to have contributed in some way in this world that you are significant part of the world. But man. Don't go out there and starve yourself to be significant the old adage, the starving artist is a lie. You don't have to be a starving artists to be an artist. You just have decided to be an artist and you have to work around. Getting there. I don't agree with that one rule wide never lose money number four. That was number number five. I'm willing to give up addition for multiplication, and I do agree with this concept that he brings up here. And that is when you first start out in life. You're trying to do something. To be worth something. And you spend your time earning money. So do earn earn earn earn? You try to do more to earn more. You try to do better to earn more. But at some point life, you're going to realize that as long as you're doing it. There's never enough time. And you're never going to be good enough to make enough money. I don't care what it is. Even if it's something like being a musician. You can't be a musician without a studio without a band. Without people to move your stuff. I mean, you just put your stop your you. Put your Qatar to box and go stand out on the corner and play you're not going anywhere. No matter how good you are somebody has to promote you somebody has to arrange for the stuff to happened. Well, the same thing is true. In business. You're going to go out there and take care of your red houses by yourself. Then you're going to have a limited amount of rent houses. I have staff I started by myself very quickly when I got up to like forty houses realized I need a fulltime maintenance guy. And so hired a fulltime maintenance guy from houses had over one hundred houses. Know, I had a fulltime maintenance guy and.
"nevers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Many nevers do you need that was like four or five nevers? I wasn't keeping tr-. You know, when you're a kid, and you're you're remember, Tom Hanks and castaway when he's putting on the cave wall. How many days he's been on the island? He starts drawing the line, and then the vertical and horizontal line through it. Right. How many numbers is that? I lost track. The dude is never been to Prague. Listen, I used to be a federal agent. Okay. I Pat myself on the back. I know nobody cares. Everybody's got impressive jobs out there. Good for you. All you all work really really hard for a living. I did at one point to what I did that. But it doesn't take a federal investigator. To break down that the guys lawyer is conclusively stating for the record on a television station watched by millions that the guy has never been a prog. Therefore the dossier. The whole dossier is based on this. They call when coordinated this is junk. That happened. Lanny Davis is doubling and tripling down on the dossier being garbage. What why is this not everywhere now to be fair because the liberal media is never ever fair to us. There have been a couple of I've noticed some let's call them like entrepreneurial left leaning media outlets who I think are afraid of the egg on their face. When the true story of the scandal is told by the way told in my book spy gate, the you like how do you have a book? I have a balk. Do you believe it? It's in the studio right here behind me, Dan. What is the name of that book again because spy gate the capital? Capital? Donald J Trump it you can capitalize it. But if you buy it, I don't care if you lower case it or not money is it has to be capital or lower case. And where do where can we buy? You can do that at Amazon Barnes and noble bookstores. I think that's fantastic. Glad we talked about that. Yeah. I I actually lay out the scam dossier how this whole process happen. Thank you, folks. By the way, I appreciate those. You bought my book means a lot. But this whole thing was a scam from the stars. Where is the media again, a few left-leaning outlets are starting to touch it? And I don't think it's because they're trying to do the right thing using the dreaded air quotes. I'm reasonably confident that they're doing it because they're afraid that the remaining small amount of credibility. They have left is about to be destroyed when they realized that the FBI's entire case was based on the equivalent of a piece of expensive toilet paper. He remind that's not it. There are two more things that happen to entirely destroy the FBI's case against Trump. And I'm telling you, you're not hearing about it almost anywhere. The dossier has been decimated. Its credibility is over. The other two are just as bad. You know, what I'll get to it on the other side of break. If I do it now, and I start talking I cut off you're gonna miss it. But I got congressman Mark meadows. Who's really love this guy? He is one of the few guys up there. Who actually like stands up for stuffy believes? And so I got him coming up at three thirty two. I don't miss that will hit him up about this too. But on the other side of the break, I'll come back with number two and three why the dossier is total crap. I'm Dan Bongino in for Sean. Give us a call eight hundred nine four one seven three to six..
"nevers" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Upset when Hamilton was cast with people are color and how people would be upset. If like Martin Luther King was plagued by a white guy, Brad presentation, the it isn't even right. So it's either. Out to give more role. So like if a gay actor were to play strain it, it's more. Oh, okay. That's straight actor. Has more opportunities than the gas for your right out. You are so right? 'cause like you're right. There's so few rules for us anyway is that we have to play these stray parts because otherwise we ain't gonna act. You know, we ain't gonna ignorant. Stories. Tall. The, okay. Well, thank you. You trying, you clear that up for me real well. Okay. Hall step down. I I, it's okay. Crown start gender? Yeah. Get outta here scar. Joe. Philly, gender fluid, and I could be wrong because I'm I'm a straight. So I have no say on this restriction me, I'm a straight, but I feel like. Gender fluid is a part of the queer guy. I thought so. But I mean, I'll have to check in with Twitter and see what they say. So don't don't know. Are you to worse? Let me just go under. Twitter has to say. I shouldn't have done it. Okay, let's get your segment. Twitter does fucked me up. Yeah. Friendship is tough, especially when you're constantly slaying or nevers. Hell these spent on your.
"nevers" Discussed on /Film Daily
"The nevers for hbo he said that this could be the most ambitious narrative of his entire career thus far and the hollywood reporter calls the numbers an epoch science fiction drama about a gang of victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities relentless enemies and a mission that might change the world so yeah that sounds pretty awesome i think and you know female leads and characters with special abilities are really like hallmarks of joss widens work buffy the vampire slayer dollhouse he's written a bunch of comics obviously directed a bunch of comic book movies avengers age of altron and he sort of stepped in to finish directing justice league after sack snyder had to step away from that production so this is going to be the first tv show that he creates since or is like fully involved with in this in this capacity since dollhouse which was back on fox and this is i think his first collaboration with hbo so that's kind of a cool thing hbo bid out or beat out of multiple bidders for this show including netflix and that's got to be a pretty good feeling for them too because netflix just snapped in eighteen year streak of hbo having the highest number of emmy nominations for any network but now netflix has that has that title so with game of thrones wrapping up and you know westworld season to not being a quite as acclaimed as the first season hbo probably needs all the help they can get when it comes to creating like must watch you know appointment television shows and working with weeden will probably go a long way toward doing that and it seems like in peak tv the you know the october's we know in in the film business are kind of going to tv because that gives them more freedom than t t to not just freedom creatively but freedom to tell a story on you know in a length that can never be done even in like you know the biggest of franchises so i i'm excited to see what y'all sweden can do back on the small screen let's move onto some zombie news we got a bunch of zombie stories h e euro both of these for site telephone so the first is on a movie is called the dead don't die in zombie comedy by jim jarmusch who lasts his last feature film was patterson starring adam driver and this movie will be not him with adam driver as well as several of his other frequent collaborators including bill murray till this whitten steve sheni and chloe sevigny and.
"nevers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Four four six they won by four six at home with lebron scoring forty five all the home game he's just i i mean i know he's lebron but just he has to do that the games that they want he had forty plus he has he had double digit rebounds in the close eventually at a triple double very close to a triple double with forty plus points can he do that for another for i just on the kobe yes they don't have they do not have that team is not particularly good i mean not kevin love it thirteen points weights in the three point line he was like one of the twenty best players five years ago i don't understand but they don't have anything that's the reason why it's amazing they won one guy one guy better than and that's why this stretch may cement him in a position that i'm going to say something in front would never said before don't say when will that j either above michael if he if he gets this team if he gets this team past the next level how nobody got three ring michael nevers nope michael magic neither one of them has ever gotten a team with less writer oh you don't honestly think that that even if he got to the finals he could beat either houston or golden today i don't think that so you got to win but i think if he gets there if he gets there just getting there it's the third paragraph the first paragraph is michael jordan has six and lebron has three and six with a heck of a lot more help invent on than than lebron's.
"nevers" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"Cool okay i didn't know about the freight yeah i never thought to break him up my school would have you got cleveland friends joe joe sprouts spas yoga early airy single one female players by so that way it's like look i've already explained to you this was even if you don't meet that person within a year so if you come out later it'd be like yes tracy closing years freeze freeze should be oh okay we never talked about again ever since then why nevers never seen again 'cause she been gone since that whole time but she had this friend tracy that's you know you definitely got to do there that one predict ave me to make no real didn't i just listened to the email listen to how you listen to how it will fare was saying agit had like i don't know i haven't wild theory the light the it just don't make any sense this movement is in it is insisting mob rice trusted essays out strains might estate number stay wrong innoc typically never does trusted is state if it sound like bullshit nine times out of ten is bush is it all sound like a day probably not the truth so you got to trust your instinct eight like seriously big they'll be like auto trust they know really relying now okay you know it it on this over thinking nome realize if you're over digging but you got to that point everybody's graham saying she's crying is he.
"nevers" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Of the game and that they are targeting the millennials who are already over the top and not they're not cord cutters their cord nevers and that's the future tell me about the future of viacom they're going to be releasing their results tomorrow before the market opens a told me about the challenges that viacom faces and the ah i guess that's at maybe they could even make it into a movie via zepa yes and by redstone family that that that something by come could do because paramount could use some some new there their film side i think we were not in an apocalypse but we're in a sea change transition period two thousand eighteen is going to go down as as the end of legacy media and the real beginning of digital media and via come to combined with cbs not for any other reason and that's what cherry redstone really wants to do she has put her foot down less moon visits the is the stumbling block because he wants unfettered absolute control of the combined companies or he won't play he did try to buy cbs three years ago and he couldn't persuade the headstones to sell it to him so he may or may not be part of the picture going forward but what is is the next shoot a drop biz for eisen steps in in buys the combined via comment cbs and cherry knows that if cbs which is for eyes into real target doesn't it if cbs gets bought by verizon she'll never via com and it'll just die i wanna i wanna pick up and something we said digital media they need transformed that what is that and wit is the sort of premier model of who's doing it right well disney as a a good start but you have to give netflixing the.
"nevers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Zero sunday afternoon and night we could get another one two three inches more of snow and then on monday less than an inch of snow more mainly after one in the afternoon a high of twenty one on monday but again those wind chills very cold on monday below zero temperatures around the area right now it's thirty four at o'hare and midway and burbank 33 along the lakefront it's also lake michigan water temperature the winds out at southwest at twelve get chicago news first at the top ververy hour i'm raj banished on chicago's very own seven twenty a w g m son of now yesterday and today are theaters began with newspaperman hundreds of dark moral the nation in these veterans agree with me the city nevers witness the exciting stirred by the junctures liverpool who call themselves the beat now tonight you're gonna vice be entertained by right now and again in the second half rv latest investment that'd be oh woo hoo any grammy award winning producer director writer and documentary filmmaker andrew sold owns one of the most valued television libraries of all time the ad selvam show the collection includes over ten thousand performances including the first american tv appearance of the.
"nevers" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast
"Know teachers kibitok in fifty ez lessons it's not that simple because kids are all different and families are all different you really can't take a tangent program like that and know that it's relevant for every single child and every single family and again especially for toddlers a developmental delays because we know that there some out liars there we know that for whatever reason things aren't moving along as we would expect them to do and while those kinds of programs like taking an app with some you know preprogrammed words or again a little if you bought one of those programmes already from even even from um i'm a broader developmental perspective not necessarily a language delays language program again those pair those programmes can be helpful for parents because they do get them started in the right direction but just now that it may not be relevant for every single kid or it may not even work for at all for it kid because the words that are chosen may again be so far removed from their everyday life in their everyday activity let's take an example any time i'll look at a word boot for toddler sewage i about the way or um and app oregon aim or any any program that's i really marketed to parents to help t get their child uh have a jump on early learning and again it may just not even be language it may just be in general kind of a general prepare your kid four preschooler kindergarten program the first word in any of those books are usually after the border so it's usually apple what are the kids never seen an apple what did the family does it routinely by free each for whatever reason what have mom has only cut up the apple and said the kid nevers sees the whole red or green apple or mom only buys a green apples and here's a red apple and we already know there's some problems may be with his travel cognition so he doesn't really general eyes and again even then for a toddler it might be difficult for them to know that the green apple is the same as the red apple can you see how many problems there might be with taking.
"nevers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Mean how is that even remotely possible how can the coach's let that happen words the most critical part of you know i think i think roethlisberger basically had a play you to run but it was too panicky in too fast he remember how bella trick in the super bowl against seattle basically everybody same caller trailer color pay mountain bellichik ship no i'm going to let them get all nervous um you know i'm widow led them sort of go a little panicky and i think that's what he did in this case i do think it raucous word did have uh did have a play i think that it wasn't a lot of times when you're in a hurry get to talk to your guys especially a huge moments like that you get their car to your rights to emphasize certain things that he just didn't have any time because he left yeah and we're quick before you get some other action uh uh i mean is read you this real quick uh this was one from uh from uh juju smith schuster after he laid out bontes birthday a couple of weeks ago i don't have any intentions are heard any way when i or a hurt any one when i play football i didn't mean to her vaunted ververgaert is one of the throw block for my teammate i apologize for standing over him that isn't me praying he gets better uh wasn't that him standing over a team made during a celebration in that game asked what aaa did with a okay help me i can help you that's a great but i think i think a lot of it has to do with the fact he's twenty one years old and you know when you're 21 near started the year twenty didn't didn't even wasn't even allowed to drain redid nevers driver's licenses to skirt a year i i just i just sort of make this point about all of this that honestly i mean look i think what you have to do when you're dealing with people at incredibly emotional times as sometimes there is in a football game we look at it and we basically wonder why is this person uh uh you.
"nevers" Discussed on Hello Internet
"The here that that's the not at home to receive delivery slip i really want my euro and the reason is in my tiny london apartment there is nothing but a gigantic slab of metal between where the internet comes in the house and where i am recording this podcast right now it's hugely frustrating and i want that euro internet bucket brigade as quickly as possible so that i don't have to put up with the flaky wifi anymore i know lots of people who use euros everybody raves about them i can't wait to try them out and if you've been thinking about getting in euro at all now is the time to do it show them the hello internet love the euro set a process is simple and easy and one of the other most important things is that whatever or you're using when was the last time you updated the security on it yeah that's right nevers because eero is built for the modern wh world and modern internet's it get pushed software security updates so that your home network is not vulnerable to cyber attacks in these updates will not only just give you the lead its security but also the newest features and you can do things like check out how your network is doing from their app at any moment or easily create and share a network in your house just for guests okay already you're saying how do i get my hands on euro what is the promo code okay so go to erodecom e e r o and if you're in the united states or canada you can get free overnight shipping by entering the promo code hello internet at checkout so visit e r ocom that's erodecom and get free overnight shipping in the us or canada by entering code hello internet that gives you better wifi faster and let's eero know that you came from our show thanks to eero for making wifi better and thanks to euro for supporting.
"nevers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Of seven shooting four point two rebounds two assists and here we go on she looks it does it out on top the trey lyles back in the middle of the moody act moody a loop tobaccoville lyles lazy pass what he handled it lyles down away ladies foul going up for a layup by davis i love how loud as active off the ball off the ball is so and they're you know right now he wants to be in his rotation permanent or well in there is a silver wanting to everything you know with with millsap gone out with injury earl he's gonna be gone for a significant amount of time nevers that logjam at the power forward position lyles first free throw is good and not be honest with he had a really good k up at a really good preseason i was just waiting for him to start playing i wanted to watch him play i think this guy's a game yes you know sometimes in this league it it just takes time and now he's getting the opportunity to show what he's capable of doing as a basketball player and he's definitely take advantage of the world's first free throws good second one is on the way that one is no good rebound comes down to mario chalmers yokich back on the floor now for denver across the time line is chalmers killer farican a comeback it as well on top the parsons parsons gets a davis pick moves offer that throws back out to jemayel green green hands at opted chalmers head fake on the three through the window bad pasok's kkob over and back that was his fearless basketball right near would raise he didn't want to bend over to catch the ball that's off is wide open with yeah yeah in yokich looks good kenneth farid back in sri lyles comes out i like the way to fan they're just kicks a ball they don't wanna bend over you the ramming popcorn i want to get my hands third thereto as it left side to moody aol ticket congested three that once operated very bad or a bouillon i told the mood is back home is still a good about itself fourteen point lead for number their big lead of the night top of the key it's davis hanson off the parsons on a threeman we've top of the key in the corner to michael green wide open for three in that once good as.
"nevers" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"She saw what was taking place i'm reading now from some of these excerpts of the of the bugs has brought nevers never had seen himself as connected the party he had not come up through the way that joe biden hillary had but had sprung up almost on his own and never had any trump well raising money for his campaigns he went on she went on to say obama use the party to provide for political expenses like gifts to donors and political travel because he also care deeply about his image he used the nc funds for his pollster and focus groups laid into his second term even though he he couldn't run for president she said pay of the parties debt made the dnc beholden to clinton and her de facto head of the party brazil wrote most decisions had to be run through clinton's brooklyn new york headquarters brazil referred to it as the high command of brooklyn kid can you believe that now what this is going to do is in my opinion it is closing the door on any type of an attempt by hillary clinton to run for office again any type of national office anything associated with the democratic party she's not going to be able to get this off of her this is definitely going to to scar her for the future let let me read you just a little bit more from uh brazil's book she says when i was asked to run the democratic party after the russians hacked our emails i stumbled onto a shocking truth about the clinton in campaign before i called bernie sanders i lit a candle in my living room and put on some gospel music that my friends is how bad it was she says i wanted to center myself poured i knew would be an emotional phone call i had promised bernie when i took the helm of the democratic national committee after the convention that i would get to the.
"nevers" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And subscribed today a dull dodd com yeah hey floridian in my own building and really an idiot i guess a situation situation and mile up my own former building in florida gotta gotta a message this morning from uh the guy that solar place down there for us and as we find heard about the guy 105 and i said the figure the passed away because he'd been sick and he was recently in a hospital and this was a gentleman you bomb but he'll israeli president obama's conned aboard association president for many years and well into his 80s well into his 80s and he and i did not see eye on anything the right we had a couple of runins i tried to keep it i mean i i try to respect by elders uh was lilic as weird but he'll is china whatever i i the the the the realtor said did you hear about you know bob what about bob and i said no actually i said did he di furiously and just getting an email like that makes you think and like you said he's been chosen i erica it still had figured we are did you hear about me passed away 'cause he'd been sick and you're a direct man in many ways who right to the point we're trying to me not one of the great small talkers no it's a small talk is just a waste of words you and everybody's time i said daily die and he said no was holding his nurse at gunpoint which i didn't expect to be the ads oli answers you thought were colored back to you here it'll foiled broke a hip yeah locked himself vowed i figured he was dead but in fact he took two nurses hostage and held them overnight and the swat there there's there are video reports from the tv stations down there of aid a swat tank in the parking lot there stunning development from know yeah from what was you lived there for twenty un is less years and never a nevers police situation there no no i mean every once in a while an ambulance would show up drink somebody away and they'd never come back and then of course you move away mol in all the excitement exacerbate situations and a big tank air our role within on the parking lot there yeah that's the.
"nevers" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Know this twenty five channels or something for ten bucks all right now dr seattle watch tv so that's never been attractive to me anyway the number of cord nevers will rise five point eight percent this year to thirty four point four million so there are more people in the united states 34 point four million of them this year total we've never had paytelevision to let amish never had you know satellite or cable tv that's more almost like 50 percent more than the number of adults who have cut the cord so you're talking about a total of over fifty million fifty five million people in the united states who at the end of this year will not be subscribers to live delivered cable television or satellite tv that's a huge chunk of the american adult population and its keeps on come on younger audiences continue to switch to either exclusively watching over the top video i don't know what over the top video is presumed that's like netflixing or whatever or watching them in combination with freetv options chris bensten a senior forecasting analyst at emarketer saying quote even last year the olympics and the us presidential election could not prevent younger audiences from abandoning pay television unquote overall one hundred ninety six point three million us adults will have traditional pay tv that his cable satellite or telco this year earlier which is down two point four percent compared with 2016 and by 2021 that will drop to one hundred eighty one point seven million a decline of nearly ten percent from 2016 the number of pay tv viewers fifty five and older will continue to rise over the next four years while for every other.
"nevers" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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"nevers" Discussed on Kickass News
"Became less contentious because they so each other as people for the first time yeah and the same thing happened in apparently in the oslo accords were the palestinians and the israelis were brought together during the day uh demonizing one another at night finding out that they shared a common humanity young i thank you talk about in the book how you did the same thing with match yes the cast would always wore joining it out how weren't so much at odds as the reading what your but we were different people in oman each of us and quirks you know and we we knew we had to appear to be and and we had to appear to be friends on the show colleagues and the best way to do that was to become net in real life and so we sat in a circle almost all day every day when we warned acting on in a in front of the camera and we just made one another laugh made fun of each other told stories once in a while we go over our lines but mostly we were just kidding around and having fun yeah and that that connection carried overrun camera year kazan it looks more like you're all kind of in the same struggled together right it's not a question of ice a my line and then you say your line ragardless of how you say it i say my land away i'm gonna say you know that's that's dead now who we had was the life of relating connected this you tell this great story about larry gelbart on the great brighter wrote for broadway wrote for mashan television um i've never heard this story before but i guess someone tried to rob him in even the situation around was amazed nevers that lewis all an outburst of empathy on his pardon it was coming home to his house in beverly hills late at night and might have been midnight.