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New York City bar owner who defied COVID-19 rules arrested in sting
"Next public house at that bar in new york that declared itself autonomous zone so that they didn't have to abide by governor cuomo's restrictions the new york city sheriff's department raided it last night they shut down the business and then they arrested one of the owners because they wouldn't abide by the regulations for the coronavirus lockdown measures to the bar. It's inside an orange zone. Which under health guidelines means this limited to offering outdoor dining and takeout and delivery services only so. They declared themselves an autonomous zone and said. Hey everything's free. We're just asking that people make donation and they basically once their liquor license was revoked. They told cuomo come and get it and they called De blasios bozo. They say you know. Hey dubose oh come down here and you take off our wall. Well the owner got arrested. the new york post added. His name is his last name is prestige. He's expected to be released from the sheriff's office with a desk appearance ticket. It's still really unclear what charges he faces the order they were given simply says they need to cease and desist nowhere. Nowhere there was an arrest warrant nothing about arresting anyone on their own private property. It's a really confusing situation. But what are your thoughts on the sheriff's department rating this bar. In first place start making a mandate make laws can make all kinds of things. charges And then we're starting to see that. This is where i started to see. We talked about defunding. The police the beginning of the show. This is where. I started to see people being There really are violating what that badge stands for. Because it's a place of authority when you start abusing that authority you start get on some dangerous ground and so You know. Good for the owner of max. The owners of max for standing up for themselves and doing what they do good for them. I know that there's calls for protests in the streets in defense of them They're called for thousands of people to be out from a max you know this afternoon. I hope people show up
Can Donald Trump pre-pardon his own children?
"White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the only name she's heard when it comes to pardons is former national security adviser Michael Flynn. She was asked today about that New York Times report. The President Trump has been discussing the possibility of preemptive pardons for his adult Children, Donald Jr. Ivanka and Eric, as well as Ivanka's husband and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. Mr Trump's personal attorney, Rudolph Giuliani, says the Times piece is false.
Biden says he won't immediately remove Trump's tariffs on China
"Says he will not immediately lift. Trade tariffs against china put in place by the trump administration. Biden says that at least in to new talks resume. Those tariffs will remain in place. Speaking the columnist thomas friedman of the new york times biden said he does not want to prejudice my options under trump. The us and china embarked on a year long trade battle. That's been largely frozen since phase. One of a new trade deal was implemented in january. Us businesses and consumers have borne the brunt of the cost of those tariffs crude
Hawaii football’s originally scheduled road game against San Jose State to be played at Aloha Stadium on Saturday
"Will still play Hawaii on Saturday as originally scheduled, But the game won't be in San Jose because of tighter covert related restrictions announced by county health officials. The game instead has been moved to Honolulu. The four No Spartans final regular season game next week on the 11th against Nevada in a game that will have to be moved as well. And if the Spartans make the conference title game on the 19th, of course. They will not be able to host that in San Jose, all part of adjustments that have had to have been made nationwide week to week. The New York Times this morning at a big story titled Do We Need Football? This badly saying It's impossible to control environments outside of a bubble, and as a result, of course, so many games have been canceled because of covert outbreaks. Although play by play announcer Ted Robinson on KCBS this morning, pointed out, no real Wrong data that indicates that actually playing the sport. Is what's transmitting the virus. College campuses have been one of the hardest hit and one of the most spreading environments. As a result, college players who live on college campuses have been affected with
Justice Department investigating possible bribery-for-pardon scheme
"Fake news President Trump is dismissing reports that the Justice Department is investigating claims of a bribery scheme involving a possible presidential pardon. Court documents, however, revealed there is indeed a DOJ probe in which some unnamed person allegedly offered a major political contribution in exchange for a pardon. Meanwhile, correspondent Cecilia Vega tells us after pardoning former national security adviser Michael Flynn last week, the president is weighing other possibility, talking about pardons being issued before the president leaves office for people. You've not even been charged with the crime. Legal experts say that is allowed. What is unprecedented here is this potential for a conflict of interest of preemptive get out of jail free card before crime has even been committed, possibly for friends, family, even the president himself. New York Times says That's because Donald Trump is worried the Biden administration will seek retribution against him and his family. They also say that Rudy Giuliani had discussions with the president about pardoning him. Giuliani yesterday tweeted calling that lies and fake news.
New York Expects First Coronavirus Vaccine Doses By Dec. 15
"York has announced that he expects the first covert 19 Vaccine doses to be delivered in New York by December. The 15th that's less than two weeks away as I got it. Apparently the first the first it's first traunch will be about 170,000 doses. So big news for New York at least appears we're going to be getting vaccine in small numbers, at least within a couple of weeks. In the meantime, let's check on the
Trump associates, including Giuliani, are asking for pardons
"Reports reports that that members members of of the the president's president's legal legal team team are are also also seeking seeking pardons. pardons. CBS CBS NEWS NEWS White White House House correspondent correspondent then then Tracy, Tracy, the the head head of of President President Trump's Trump's legal legal team team that that Rudy Rudy Giuliani Giuliani is is denying reports that he discussed getting a preemptive pardon from the president, possibly for his business dealings in Ukraine and, according to The New York Times, The Trump campaign has raised more than $170 million for its legal fight. But 75% of all contributions are actually going to the president's new political action Committee, which can fund his future political efforts. The New York Times reports. Giuliani also was discussing with the president preemptive pardons for Ivanka Don Jr and Eric Trump, all of which Giuliani has Denied.
Who killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh?
"We start with breaking news. And iran's defense ministry has confirmed that one of the country's top nuclear scientists has been assassinated two diff- of muslim fucker. Saudi is very much proving to be one of those stories in which people will see whatever confirmations of their own prejudices and suspicions they wished to it might reasonably be argued that this description applies in the online epoch in particular to pretty much every story but it is especially the case with stories set in the middle east and which may would depending wh one prefers to believe may not involve israel. So it's best to start with what we know for certain. We know that molson fucker. Zodda was a renowned nuclear physicist a senior engineering of iran's nuclear program and a brigadier general in iran's islamic revolution regard core. He is believed to have been deleted of what was known as project amid the program. Iran established in the late nineteen eighty s to explore the prospects of iranian nuclear weapon and closed in two thousand three according to the international atomic energy agency. We know that he was killed. Last friday near absorbed a small town seventy kilometers east of tehran. And that he was buried with full state on. Who's on sunday law. Main hobby lobby. No optic not that big van owen ruling to the questions of precisely how he was killed by whom there is a bewildering smorgasbord of answers. While it seems clear enough that Was shot dead as the car in which he was. Travelling was the object of an ambush. There are conflicting reports of this assassination being conducted by a posse of live operators. Some of whom may or may not have died at the scene and or by some species of remote controlled weapon monotony iran bit who we bid and me. The enemies of iran have to know that the iranian nation and the country's officials a brave and intrepid enough to respond to this criminal action. As on a has dan in dommage in our yet caught on era by-pass off pigs around as to who might have done it. Iranian officialdom and iranian media have been quick to blame either israel or the mujahedeen e. Cock a curious cultish iranian rebel group which has been a persistent irritant to the islamic republic. And who currently appear to be based between iraq. France and albania. The has also been an amount of copy pasted umbrage directed at the united states or as president hassan rohani of iran prefers to address it the global arrogance on record. Israeli sources have feigned bafflement though the new york times has quoted an unnamed senior. Israeli official is suggesting that the world should thank israel. Four reside is demise. The mujahideen have been reticent. As of this broadcast the iran has yet to present any concrete evidence of their assertions. And if and when they do it will likely be impossible for any independent observers to verify them and iran does reflexively blame israel for pretty much anything it is only a couple of years since former head of iran's military major general signed fear is a body accused of running a network of spy lizards. But it's not like there isn't something of a circumstantial case to answer this year. Several sites in iran which might or might not have been related to iran's nuclear program was struck by explosions which did not appear coincidental and at least four other iranian. Nuclear scientists have met violent ends since two thousand ten to killed by car bombs one by a motorcycle. Bomb one shot dead. In most instances iran blamed israel and israel denied involvement while also making it as clear as it could be regarded even the faintest prospect of a nuclear armed iran as intolerable almost ziff inviting tehran to take the hint and a is at least arguable. Most infact saudis college was marked in two thousand eighteen when israeli intelligence highsted from a warehouse in tehran thousands of files pertaining to iran's nuclear program when israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu announced his feet. He mentioned zadeh by name. A key. part of the plan was to form new organizations to continue the work. This is how dr moosa farkas the of project about put remember that name a day so along with the questions of who and how there is another why in particular wine now whoever killed most fuck resolve will have known that iran would feel obliged to retaliate or at least threatened to retaliate. And that this would make any kind of diplomacy with tehran difficult. Whoever killed muslims will also have understood that a window to such engagement might have been about to open interior. Vashon sean medicare dishman salvage assassination shows. The enemies are experiencing anxious weeks feeling. That the pressure's fading away. And the world circumstances a change a heart. The camby share shadow. It's johnny you're gonna with the swearing in of a new american president who has sounded keen on returning the us to the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with iran out of which the current president flounced of the possible consequences. All fockers ought is death to seem reasonably certain one that iran's nuclear ambitions whatever they may actually be will have been hinted at least some ought to that. Compromise with iran will be less likely someone somewhere will be considering this a win win
Biden says he won't immediately remove Trump's tariffs on China
"Is Mexican American. Biden says he's not going to immediately lift tariffs on imports from China or break President Trump's initial trade deal. Biden tells The New York Times he wants to maximize his
Biden: I won't immediately lift China tariffs
"President elect Biden says China should not expect fast relief from president trump's terrace once he takes office Biden says he will not immediately lift the terrorists the trump administration put on many Chinese imports nor break the president's initial trade deal he tells New York times columnist Thomas Friedman the key to talks with China is leverage adding we don't have it yet Washington and Beijing have been in a year long trade war and while some industries have benefited most experts have blasted the trump policies saying American businesses and consumers have bored most of the terror of costs sadr mag ani Washington
Secrets from the Happiness Lab With Laurie Santos
"All right. Let's get to today's episode. Twenty twenty as we all know sucked extremely hard already but we may now be entering into even more difficult months ahead as winter sets in and the case loads appear to be rising so we asked professor. Laurie santos to come on the show. She is overflowing with science based strategies for navigating this difficult time this is the second episode and our two part series that we are semi facetiously calling. Winter is coming. If you missed last week's episode zindel segal a pioneer in mindful treatment for depression and anxiety. Go back and check that. One out laurie. Meanwhile as a tenured professor at yale where she teaches a blockbuster course unhappiness. she's also now. The host of a really popular podcast. A really great podcast called the happiness lab and in this conversation we talk about how to handle the holidays in a pandemic how to have hard conversations with your family combating pandemic fatigue in your own mind. The need to double down on self care these days. Why the things we think will make us happy. Probably won't and the cultivation of jomo the opposite of fomo and time effluence. Here we go. Laurie santos laurie santos. Thanks for coming on. thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. So let me just start with your course which there been a bunch of articles about your course in the new york times in new york magazine and so i've been following your work for a long time. But can you just describe how you became interested in teaching this students. And why you think it took off in such an incredible way. Yeah so it. All started when i took on a new role so i've been teaching for over a decade. Now which makes me feel very old but in just the last couple of years. I took on this new position. I became a head of college on campus. And so y'all's one of these weird places like hogwarts where they're like colleges within a college like connect griffin doris leather in sort of thing And so i'm head of silliman college no relation to slither and even though people get that confused but what that means that. I live with students on campus. Like my house is literally in the middle of their quad. I e with them in the dining hall. I kind of hang out with them in the courtyard as i was seeing student. Life up. Close and personal and honestly. I didn't like what i was seeing. I was kinda shocked at the level of mental health. Dysfunction that my students were dealing with it was something. I was kind of blind to while i was like up at the front of the classroom. Which sort of embarrassing. Now in retrospect. But i kind of just didn't see it but you know so many students reporting. They're depressed and anxious and this caused me to like look. Is there something weird about yale or something. We're doing wrong but conceptually to something. We're seeing nationally like right now. The national statistics are really scary over forty percent of college students today. Report being too depressed to function. I shouldn't say today. this is more two thousand. Nineteen sorta of pre kovic time right so in two thousand nineteen over forty percent of college. Students were too depressed to function over sixty percent report. They felt overwhelmingly anxious most days and more than one in ten said. They'd seriously considered suicide in the last year. And so these are national statistics but this bore out what. I was seeing on campus. It just felt like you know honestly. We weren't meeting our educational mission at yale right. We're bringing these students here but you know for students in my lecture and forty percent of the kids out there. Too depressed function most days like they're not learning computer science or chaucer trying to teach them at yale right there just kinda missing it and so i thought it was sort of part of my educational mission to sort of fix this and as a psychologist i thought you know. There's lots of work on the kinds of practices. You can engage with to improve your mental health. It doesn't have to be this way. And so i thought i know i'll develop this whole new class about living a good life and all these evidence based practices students could use. I no idea. I thought it was going to be thirty or so students. Because that's what's typical for a new class. And i remember yale. Students don't register ahead of time so it's like once the classes offered you kind of watch. This little graph of how many students are interested in your course and the i noticed something weird was happening. Was that the graph in most classes went from zero to one hundred students but mine had an order of magnitude difference. It went from zero to one thousand students and then it went over. That and i was like this is strange and that was because over. A quarter of the students at yale wanted to take the class the first time it was offered over a thousand students and so that created lots of logistical hurdles. Like finding a concert hall. That was big enough to fit everyone. You know joked about putting it in the football stadium but that would be a little cold. And yeah i mean when it showed me. Was that students you know. They don't like this culture of feeling stressed anxious. They're really like searching for solutions. And i was sort of proud of them because they were really looking for evidence based solutions. Like they didn't want platitudes or just kind of self help but they wanted to know what did the science say about how you could live healthier.
A Big Publishing Plot Twist: Penguin Random House to Buy Simon & Schuster for $2.2 Billion
"Biggest news to hit the publishing industry this year. Possibly several years happened last wednesday. And we're betting that you missed it after all. You were probably contemplating cooking a turkey for two and planning zoom thanksgiving dinners with relatives right so just in case here. It is again the parent company of penguin random house's buying simon and schuster for two billion dollars penguin random house or pr h has already america's largest book publisher according to the new york times. Should the acquisition go through and there are some caveats which will get to pr. H will be. The industry's first mega publisher. The times claims. Let's delve into this just a little bit as we've talked about here before simon and shuster is among the oldest of today's big five publishing houses and one of the most distinguished dick simon and schuster founded the company in nineteen twenty four. The partners first product was hardly a literary masterpiece. It was a book of crossword puzzles. And according to simon and schuster's corporate historian it was a runaway bestseller today. Almost one hundred years. After the lowly crossword puzzle got the entrepreneurial venture off the ground simon and schuster or s operates in a different stratosphere. Today it is america's third largest publisher over the years it's published scads of famous even legendary authors including ernest hemingway and f scott fitzgerald also political figures from both sides of the aisle including jimmy carter hillary clinton and donald trump and contemporary authors. Like bob woodward stephen king and anti prue as well as judy blume s prints and authors have won fifty seven pulitzer prizes and innumerable other literary awards including several caldecott medals one of the highest honors given to children's books the company now sells about two thousand titles annually all told s and s takes in close to nine hundred million dollars a year but early this year. Parent company viacom. Cbs decided to go all in on streaming video in sports looking to cut close to a billion dollars in operating expenses ceo. Bob bakish announced that s wasn't what he called a core asset hence the sale in march the rumored price for us and s was one point two billion dollars a bidding. Were hike the final price to two point. Two billion dollars among other contenders america's second largest publisher harpercollins also vivendi. A french company. That owns a stake in. American publisher has yet and rupert murdoch's news corp clearly penguin random house's parent german media giant bertelsmann was willing to pay top dollar for s and s one reason in addition to the competition between publishers for blockbuster bestsellers the big five face. A formidable rival in certain amazon and when it comes to fighting off amazon size matters since two thousand nine amazon has been a publisher. Not just the world's largest both retailer today. It has sixteen imprints that publish everything from thrillers. To romance novels it signs. Top selling authors like dean koontz patricia. Cornwell taking them and their millions of sales away from traditional publishers in two thousand seventeen amazon published more than twelve hundred titles according to the wall street journal if those numbers have grown in the last three years amazon could well already rival simon and schuster for the volume of new works. It's producing what makes amazon such a tough competitor is a book publisher of course is it status as a bookseller. Moreover it has a number of marketing weapons that traditional publishers. Do not such as the ability to easily promote low priced e books to millions of amazon prime members and kindle owners. The wall street journal reports that along with oodles of cash to lure away big name authors as the largest american publisher penguin. Random house has the clout and logistical network to compete successfully with amazon. The merged company would have annual revenues of three billion dollars according to book industry bible publishers. Weekly but we should note here. The acquisition faces obstacles worthy of an epic novel authors and agents represented by the authors guild. Say such a deal will make it even harder for new authors and so called mid list writers to get published meaning. If you haven't written a blockbuster or a solid backlist title your chances to get published and your earnings could shrink. Pr h says. Simon and schuster will remain editorially independent and both publishing houses say they remain devoted to readers and writers still publishers weekly reports that by blending s. npr h german-owned. Bertelsmann would own about one third of the us book market. That's the number that could trigger antitrust. Investigators to closely scrutinize the deal. According to the new york times but those market share numbers are in dispute in both directions. The authors guild which causes tie up says a combined. Pr h. s. would wind up publishing half of all trade books in the us. Meaning not textbooks penguin. Random house's leadership argues not true and says future market share would be less than twenty percent and that an antitrust investigation is unlikely what happens next will likely hinge on which of these numbers comes closest to reality
A Conversation With Dr. Maya Angelou
"With the release of her book. A song long up to heaven a song. I like to do at a song long enough to have enough. I said many times. Maya has been one of my greatest teachers. I am so blessed to have her in my life. She is the one. I often look to for strength for wisdom for comfort and courage and also just to talk you know everytime we on the we're not talking about courage and with sometimes we just laugh a lot anyway. The sheer power of her words and insights have moved and inspired me. And i know millions of you. Maya says at a song flung up to heaven is the sixth and final in the series of books about her remarkable life which she began with. I know why cage heard sing the first book of dr angelo's bestselling autobiographical series was. I know why the caged bird sings. It made her literary star. Stayed on the new york times bestseller lists for two years. It is brutally honest account of her painful childhood and how she rose above being raped by her mother's boyfriend when she was just eight. And the six years of self-imposed silence follows next. She wrote gathered together in my name about her struggle to make ends meet as a single mother at age. Sixteen working as a cook. a dancer. a madam even a prostitute next in singing and swinging getting married like christmas. Maya takes on her journey into show business touring europe as a singer and dancer walnut phone informative and millions read the heart of a woman. Were maya takes us through one of the most fascinating periods of her life from her debut at the apollo theater to her first meeting with malcolm x. to the joys and challenges of raising a teenage son then in all god's children need traveling shoes she follows her heart to africa in search of her roots where she teaches at the university of ghana and works as a journalist alongside malcolm x. world now poet author actress activist. Dr maya angelou has risen to greatness time and time again is more phenomenal phenomenal phenomenal woman than ever. Please welcome my dear friend. Dr maya angelou do want to talk about something. Other than and wisdom shrink in hope. What is seventy four wheel like. It's so wonderful. It is so good. I thought the fifties were hunt. Until i reach the sixty the sixties out there. They're out there who. Then when i reached the seventies mount no the seventies you want to reach the seventies. everybody's stay alive reach this because do you feel age you know. This is a society that so puts age and ageing. And we're so concerned about it. Is there a point where you say. Oh yes. I'm now an older woman. No there are some things that have not escaped. Me team has not. Ecstasy has not satisfaction has not disappointment has not fear has not courage has not so there are some things which have not escaped me. So that keeps you young If you start thinking that you know it and nobody can tell you anything. You found the one way and you can tell others faults. It's already over. it's already too late. You have become old at eighteen at twenty five when you think you know everything but when you know a do a lot you've been around a long time and you've paid attention like you so interesting though because people say to me when you call her up and you talk to her. Does she talk like she talks when she's and it is true many times i call them my and like just the other day he says on the morning. I'm sitting in my kitchen table and she just starts a conversation. Let me get a pencil. write this down. She's talking and then she are you there baby go. Yes so tell me. What is this significant of a song flung up heaven It comes from the third verse in the nba by pauline's dunbar. And i'd love to say please. That may i the first. I says i know what the caged bird fields on me when the sun is bright on upland slopes when the wind blows saw through the springing grass and the river. Floats like a sheet glass when the first bird sings and the first bird oaths and the same perfume from its chalice steals. I know but the caged bird field.
Rudy Giuliani discussed getting preemptive pardon from Trump before president leaves White House, report says
"Giuliani, has discussed the possible preemptive pardon with the president before he leaves office. According to The New York Times, Giuliani was under investigation by federal prosecutors in Manhattan for his business dealings in Ukraine. Giving a thoughtful present to family and
Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania
"Just thought it was safe. Remember talking about that Noblest about monolith That was in You know the hinterlands utah well and it suddenly disappeared. Well another one has suddenly appeared. This time in romania just in case you're keeping track of the ever revolving monolith as it seems to be making. Its way around the world. Is that the same one. Eight fifty now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. Gay dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the collision specialist studios. Yep less than two weeks after authority stumbled literally across that mysterious metal object standing freely in the utah desert kind of looked like a giant and just days after disappeared while a similar monolith has been reported nearly halfway around the world. Oh those aliens pissy. Aren't they where in. The world is the monolith residents in the romanian city and for you of romanian descent. I apologize if i mangle. The city's name but residents in the romanian city of piatra nipped said they have found another odd item. That could have been ripped from the set of two thousand one. A space odyssey local newspaper reported by npr reports that the monolith like the one discovered in. I believe it was southeastern. Utah is about ten to twelve feet. Tall apparently composed entirely of a dimly reflective metal. It was reportedly found that standing on a plateau near archaeological site overlooking the city journal. Fm local radio station there recorded video the purported revealing an eye aching sheen and looped markings among its are along at surface. Now apparently not the same one so here enter. Andrei cal cal. Bolivia mayor of piatra neom. Well he appears to be taking the news in stride saying there's no reason to panic for those who think there is still life in the universe this according to a translation of a facebook post that he posted after the discovery surfaced on friday according to this translation by the independent he went on to say my guess is is that some alien cheeky and terrible. Teenagers left home with their parents. Ufo and started planting metal monoliths around the world. i and utah and then at piatra nipped. I am honored that they chose our city now. The monolith in utah disappeared less than a ten days. After officers from the state's department of public safety for spotted authorities profess their utter confusion at its presence. In utah's country. They were no less confused by its sudden disappearance overnight on friday poof just like that and adventure. Photographer said that. He spotted for men dismantling of so. It wasn't alien. Maybe they were masquerading as human spot photographer. Saying he's spotted for men dismantling the structure this according to the new york times and all that was left of the structure on saturday morning. And you can fire up google earth and see. This was a triangular metal piece that used to be on top and a whole where the base of the tower stood this according to the salt lake. Tribune hey it gives us something other to talk about then the craziness going on. Well i suppose it would fall into that category but all of the bad craziness going on throughout twenty twenty now. The bureau of land management. Utah denied moving the structure. Well and as for that. Those so mysterious monolith in romania kabylia's said he had no answers himself but that he wouldn't be all that upset. If the found mystery happened to attract tourists to city adding beyond the conspiracy theories. That can be tempting. I'd like to see this randomness as further proof that our city is special for the earthlings. And maybe not only for them as the monolith mystery deepens
Why remote learning worsens education inequality
"Education has gone online but not all education is proving to be equal according to the new york times. One analysis from the spring found that the move to online learning puts the average kid about seven spiked but the average student nine months behind the average black student ten months behind but are some schools. That are doing better. Some schools are adapting to help make remote learning better for kids and for teachers to shrink that gap. So how are they doing it. And a north is a senior reporter. Here in vox. Who's been covering this story. So you've got a piece about the difficulties of online learning and what we can do to make things better for students. You told us about one school in the bronx walked me into that school. What's it like. Yes so i talked to folks at com site high school. It is a charter school at part of the earth the network of charter schools but as a public school located in the bronx. It's a school that high poverty area about eighty four percents of the student body qualifies for free or reduced price lunch. It's also a school that's majority. Non white majority latin accent block student body. And you know it's in a part of the city that was really hard hit. You know really suffered a lot especially in the spring with covid nineteen. This was a place where a lot of kids had family members that were ill a lot of kids family members who lost jobs. It's definitely been one of the parts of the country. That's really been struggling. And what sort of technology are they. Using a kossi to teach during the pandemic every school uses different things. I mean there's been sort of a variation across the country in terms of what schools us but in a way it's not like that different. I think what You know what varies more across. Schools is the way they use technology and not so much. The tech itself is like you know they use google hangouts. They zoom combination of tools. That you'll find a lot of schools using but i think the difference Sometimes comes down to how the instructors are using it. Got it okay and tell me what were of the big issues with online learning there that made it harder to reach underrepresented groups. Yeah i mean again like a lot of these things. Just start like before the kids ever get online. I mean you know it's some pretty big percentage of kids in the city kids across the country. Don't have wifi in their home. They may not have a device. You know maybe they have a phone where they can get online but they might not have certainly their own laptop live in family with multiple kids. It's not like every kid necessarily has their own laptop and they might not have You know a quiet place to go study so if you live in a small apartment in new york city you don't have like a dedicated desk area for every kid to do remote learning so these are all things that are big barriers even before you talk about like is the interface working while for kids right like do they understand how to use. Google hangouts things like that. Do any guess about how many kids in general at least in america don't have access to the stuff yes so it looks like as a twenty nineteen seventeen percent of students across the country lacked. A computer at home in eighteen percent didn't have broadband internet. It's about one in five one. Five students and low income students and students of color are more likely to lack those things. Okay so you found a couple of ways in which this one high school in the bronx is doing things better when it comes to. Maybe not introducing new fancy gadgets but to use technology and to use to improve online learning. Tell me like what sort of things by doing. And is there any reason. Why every scorn. America this stuff. Yeah so i mean again. It's just really really basic stuff so but basic stuff can be the hardest stuff right totally. Yeah and it's something that frankly like a lot of schools and a lot of districts aren't doing for their kids and so we're talking about making sure that the kids are online so the school actually made available wifi hotspots. That families could pick up and like even before you talk about that. This school also made sure that the kids had food and you know even did a go fund me to help with some some other costs that the kids families facing associated with the pandemic so that may not seem like a tech problem. But if you don't have food in your house like you're not going to be able to log on and do your classes. There's also there's a few things that teachers educators really finding that. They're having to adapt the way that they do their classes. You one teacher told me. I thought this was really interesting. He said i relied really heavily on my presence in his teaching like he may be was very funny and just like very animated and he was able to really work the room and he can't do that over zoom. He's not in the room so he described kind of trying to use the students as a resource a little bit more. Try to bring in their expertise at one point. He had them like name all their favorite superheroes and villains than he made that part of the lessons so like making it a little bit less about him and a little bit more about them. If and that's just one example. But i think just constantly checking in with kids. This is something that every school. I talked to really mentioned is just that you know. It's a time when everyone's isolated when if they're not coming into school buildings building those relationships in any way you can is super important and so you know. I'm hearing a lot about phone calls. I'm hearing a lot about like constant texting even advisors. Just saying link. Were you able do your homework. Do you have any questions everybody doing okay.
Biden names diverse economic team with four women in top roles to help build recovery
"Group that features four women in top roles, including former Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen as his choice for Treasury secretary. Reporter Jim Tankersley of The New York Times has been following these developments closely. He covers economics for the paper, and he's also the author of the recent book, The Riches of this Land. Jim Tankersley. Thanks so much for being with us again. What do these choices as a group tell you about Joe Biden's priorities What he may do once he takes office. Well, thanks so much for having me Judy. This is a group that is really focused on workers and on labor and maybe one of the most of union friendly groups of top economic advisers. We've seen in the White House in a long time and in particular for policy right out of the gate. It's a group that's going to be very committed on the idea of trying to get the economy up and running as fast as it can as quickly as possible in order to boost worker wages. And it's gonna be not at all shy about pushing additional deficit spending by the federal government in order to get there. And specifically with regard to covert relief, Covad economic relief. Can you tell anything from looking at this group? But what what might happen? Yeah, They've been very clear a number of them from Janet Yellen, the Neera tanden on down on these pics about the sorts of things that need to be done to help. People and businesses and state local governments survived. This pandemic on DAT includes more direct aid tol division ALS. It includes more help for small businesses and in particular age of states and local governments who have big budget holes, But also things like passing pandemic paid leave, You know a program to give family and paid leave. The workers who are on the front lines of code in particular, and I think that you will see all of those policies pushed early on by the biting teeth. So let's talk specifics. Janet Yellin at Treasury, the first woman to hold that job as we were saying, what do we know? Based on her record? What to expect from her. Janet Yellen is a labor economist by training on someone who really pushed the Federal Reserve when she was the chairman of the reserve to keep interest rates low for a long time in order to stoke growth, and I think we'll see more of that out of her hear more of a focus on inequality and unworkable is and you know another thing that she's focused on a lot in the last couple of years is on Tearing down the barriers of discrimination in the economy to help women in particular succeed, and I think you'll see her focus on that as well. It's it's been a big deal for her in the economics profession, but it's something that she is talked a lot about having enormous consequences for the broader economy. And then Cecilia Rouse, who President elect Biden Has said he wants to head his council of Economic Advisers. Not as well, a known name as the others. But so what should we know about her? She'll if she's confirmed, should be the first black economist ahead the Council of Economic Advisers she was on the council under President Barack Obama. She's also a labor economist, ah, real expert in a variety of things having to do with labor and education, and just like Jenna Galan has, as focused a lot of academic work on the effects of discrimination. S O. There are some common themes here with the team. And then there is Tol, the Office of Management and Budget. Neera Tanden, who has been around she's someone who I think is familiar. Too many who watch what's going on in Washington. What do what do we look for? From her? Near attended, runs the center for American Progress, which is a liberal think tank, and she has been on adviser to Hillary Clinton. She's been around Washington for a long time. She is someone who has really pushed on a variety of sort of liberal policy agenda items that is more of a political player than the other two. But I think with Neera Tanden, you will see Ah, focus in the Ownby. If she's confirmed on things like climate change healthcare on you on sort of Not shying away again from running budget deficits. Tosto growth, which is you know a real, I think departure from what many progressives thought they might be getting if I hadn't had appointed someone who was more of a moderate deficit, longer term deficit Hawk Democrat to that position. And Jim. What about with regard to Senate confirmation? These three positions we've been talking about all require Senate confirmation. What is expected for each one of them for yelling for rouse and for Tanda. Well, I think Janet Yellen appears likely to be confirmed. Based on the comments that we've seen in the last 24 hours from Republican senators. She's someone who has been confirmed by the Senate before. So is this is the arrest who I think is like that he converted also in less Republicans find some things in her academic work that they really object to Neera Tanden again as a more political player and someone who's Twitter feed has really offended. A lot of Republican senators may face more opposition and that was signaled by Republican senators in the last day that they don't like that she has taken after Republicans in public comments and so that that maybe get hard for them to confirm her. A lot will depend on whether Democrats control the senator Republicans do after the runoff elections that Georgia in January. And one other thing, Jim. I mean, people look to see the differences between this team and the Trump economic team. Pretty significant difference. Sure, there's just a big difference in how they approach the economy. The Trump team came in with a real focus on how do they sperm or business investment of the economy? How can they do more by taking away regulations by cutting taxes to make businesses happier and get them to spend more money on investments of this team is much more focused on workers. How do they support workers? How do they change regulations or even bolster them? To make it easier for people to work and to make that work pay off with higher wages, so it's just completely different angle at looking at the economy and very different policies that will result Him. Tankersley with the New York Times
Los Angeles orders more restrictions as coronavirus surges
"A new surgeon covert 19 cases will materialize following the Thanksgiving gatherings across the country. CBS news correspondent Dana Bacchus. Reports from Los Angeles, where new stay at home orders are set to take effect on Monday. Under new coronavirus restrictions, millions of Los Angeles County residents will only be allowed to gather with people from their own households. The rule goes into effect Monday and is set to last three weeks amid surging case numbers. Even before Thanksgiving gatherings Cove in 19 cases were increasing in 32 states, with Pennsylvania, Arkansas in Massachusetts breaking record. Hurts. We will not get a reprieve because then Christmas comes and then New York times So if we're just stacking search of concert concert Am significantly worried about that. The U. S. Has now had more than 13 million covert 19 cases since the start of the pandemic. Four million of those cases were reported in November alone, and the latest covert 19 numbers in Massachusetts have been released. The Department of Public Health is reporting just over 2900 new cases and 40 additional deaths on Saturday. Meanwhile,
Amy Coney Barret Tilts The Balance in Divisive Ruling
"A lot for being with us on this day after Thanksgiving. It was right before Thanksgiving late Wednesday. When the U. S Supreme Court The majority said, even in a pandemic You can't put away the Constitution. Now. In New York governor Cuomo says that he issued these restrictions on places of worship. Based on science. And safety. And so this is a fascinating ruling. In many regards number one. It's a big plus for religious freedom. Number two. It was just this past summer. That the Supreme Court ruled basically the opposite. In a case and there's some other cases that are being considered. I believe some cases California, New Jersey, Louisiana, So this is all about the Supreme Court blocking New York's governor from enforcing 10 and 25 person occupancy limits On religious institutions. Courts, the restrictions would violate religious freedom. And are not neutral because they single out houses of worship or especially harsh treatment. Or said there's no evidence that the organizations that brought the lawsuit have contributed to the spread of cove in 19. And this was one of those 54 decisions. With Chief Justice John Roberts. Going along with Justices Stephen Bryer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. And in their descent. Chief justice. Roberts said he saw no need to take this action because New York had revised the designations of the affected areas. Governor Cuomo essentially Said the same thing. Nevertheless, the Supreme Court did rule on it and also in the sending opinion. Justice Sonia Sotomayor said this unlike religious services, Bike repair shops and liquor stores generally don't feature customers gathering inside to sing and speak together for an hour or more. She went on to say justices of this court play a deadly game in second guessing the expert judgment of health officials. About the environments in which a contagious virus now infecting a million Americans each week. Spreads most easily. Those are the words and the dissenting opinion from Justice. Sonia Sotomayor, your Down the majority, and this may be the new power five and this is one of the key developments out of this ruling. A new power five on the Supreme Court. Barrett Gorsuch. Thomas Alito. And Cavanaugh. Three of whom, of course, were Appointed By President Donald Trump in the Majority opinion. Justice, Gorsuch said this, he noted that Governor Cuomo had designated among others, the hardware stores acupuncturists. Liquor stores and bicycle repair shops as essential businesses. That were not subject to the most strict limits. Like these places of worship work. Gorsuch said. We may not shelter in place when the Constitution is under attack. Things never go well. When we do So it Zbig deal for the Supreme Court. It's a big deal for I mean, let's face it all those evangelicals that voted for President Trump. They've got to be doing a victory lap today, right? Maybe you are a swell 51283605 90. If you'd like to be a part of the program here, you give us a call or send us a text on K. O. B. J. It is because Amy Barrett just got on the court. Right, So it's really The first significant indication Of a rightward tilt to the court. And I mentioned this and may and July Supreme Court rejected challenges. Virus related restrictions on churches in California and Nevada. At that time, the Chief Justice John Roberts, Joined the courts Democratic appointees, which of course, then included Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And those rulings they stress that state and local governments required flexibility to deal with a dangerous and evolving pandemic. So The New York Times, Right said. This is just One example of how profoundly President Trump Has transformed the Supreme Court. This New York Times P, says Justice Bharat Help the chief justice of body blow. Casting the decisive vote in a 5 to 4 ruling. On religious services in New York. And New York Times says this is most certainly a taste. Of things to come. About this 51283605 90 here on Caleb E. J. It is an interesting question, right? In the summer time. Even the Supreme Court said, Look You may not like it when these local officials are trying to close the church. But You're dealing with health and safety issue. And there are rights. Given to local officials in the event. Of health and safety issues. Well, not in this case, the governor there in New York, Andrew Cuomo. He criticized the Supreme Court. Or overturning their restrictions. He said It was Morrell Astrit Ivo of the Supreme Court than anything else. He called the ruling irrelevant. Said it would have any practical impact because restrictions Are not in place and had been dialed back well. You know, it's interesting that even in the Opinion. That was written by Sonia Sotomayor, right? When she was talking about The court plays a deadly game and second guessing the expert judgment of health official. Let's stop right there.
What almost dying taught me about living
"It was the spring of twenty eleven and as they like to stay in commencement speeches. I've it's getting ready to enter the real world. I had recently graduated from college and moved to paris to start my first job. My dream was to become a war correspondent but the real world that i found took me into a really different kind of conflict zone at twenty two years old. I was diagnosed with leukemia. The doctors told me and my parents point blank that i had about a thirty five percent chance of long term survival. I couldn't wrap my head around. That prognosis meant. But i understood that the reality and the life i'd imagine for myself had shattered overnight. I lost my job. My apartment my independence and i became patient number. Five six to four over the next four years of chemo. A clinical trial and a bone marrow transplant. The hospital became my home my bed. The place is twenty seven since it was unlikely that i'd ever get better. I had to accept my new reality. And i adapted. I became fluent in medical lease made friends with a group of other. Young cancer. patients built a vast collection of neon and learn to use my rolling v. Paul as a skateboard. I even achieved my dream of becoming a war correspondent. Although not in the way i'd expected it started with a blog reporting from the frontlines my hospital bed and it morphed into a column i wrote for the new york times called life interrupted but but above all else my focus was on surviving and spoiler alert. Survive thing to an army of supportive. I'm still here. I am cured of cancer so when you go through traumatic experience like this people treat you differently. They start telling you how much of an inspiration you are. They say you're a warrior. They call you a hero someone. Who's lived the mythical hero's journey who's endured impossible trials and against the odds live to tell the tale returning better and braver for what you've been through and this definitely lines up with my experience. Cancer totally transformed my life. I left the hospital. Knowing exactly who i was and what i wanted to do in the world and now every day as the sunrises i drink a glass of celery juice and i followed this up with ninety minutes of yoga then i write down fifty things. I'm grateful for onto a scroll of paper that folds into an origami crane and then failing out my window.
"new new york times" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Use radio 9 50 w W. J I'm Zach Clark. Good evening. Our top stories at 10 50, Michigan Health Department reports 901 new confirmed cases of the Corona virus that brings the statewide totals to more than 121,000. 15 more deaths bring the death toll to over 6700 Michiganders. The New New York Times article, says President Trump a just $750 in income taxes in 2016, and in 2017, the president has called those reports fake news. Meantime, a bright man has been killed while riding a bike in the thumb region. Huron County Sheriff's Department says 58 year old Lawrence Buscher was hit and killed while riding on a rule road east of Case Ville investigation shows Butcher was hit from behind by an SUV yesterday afternoon. The driver from pigeon was not hurt on investigation continues. Stardate September 27th with summer behind US a couple of starry symbols of the season. Are facing different futures. One is getting ready to disappear in the evening twilight, while the other will hang on to a winner. Scorpius the scorpion is quite low in the South Southwest is night balls. Its brightest star, and Terry's is still easy to see. But the scorpion's body which stretches to the lower left of in Terry's and its head to the right ofhim, Terry's are harder to pick out like all the other stars. Those of Scorpius rise and set four minutes earlier each day. So over the next few weeks, Scorpius will drop lower in the sky night by night. That will make it harder and harder to see. That's especially true from locations that are farther north, where parts of the scorpion are already dipping below the horizon. By the time the sky gets dark. On the other hand, the summer triangle is in magnificent view. At that hour, its brightest point,.
"new new york times" Discussed on The Book Review
"Brian stelter joins us. . Now he is the anchor of CNN's reliable sources, , the host of its podcast and the author of a New New York Times bestselling Book Hoax Donald, , Trump Fox News, , and dangerous distortion of truth Brian. . Thanks for being here. . Thank you so much. . So you used to be my colleague here at the New York Times way back I don't know when exactly did you leave The Times? ? <hes> twenty thirteen. . Well. . So the moment I remember was in twenty eleven when this early documentary about the Times came out called page one and there was a line in that documentary in which the leat David car says, , I still can't get over the feeling that Brian stelter was a robot assembled to destroy me. . I, , haven't forgot that line. . Because I wonder if you're secretly three people you host. . A Show on CNN you write a daily newsletter you host a weekly podcast you have two small children, , and somehow you wrote a book on this extremely fast moving subject. . That is Donald Trump. . How did you handle that the two small children is the fun part they keep me <hes> saying you know David used to say I still miss him so much used. . To say, , what do you think the story is that I should tell us to say to sources you know if you were writing the story what would you right and that is what I was doing with folks at Fox News and these themes kept coming up especially last year, , which compelled me to go and try to get a book deal I think it. . was last that I wanted to do this and more that I felt like someone had too i. . hope that doesn't sound too cocky but it's true. . There's some things in life. . You just feel like the gotTa go tell this story and I think the only untold story of the trump era that's left maybe is the story of his boxers addiction so I did. . Carve out time in between my other jobs and and frankly wants the pandemic send us all home. . Put us on lockdown just grateful that my wife was able to help with the kids when I was having to finish the final chapters of this book. . So what is that story the relationship between Donald Trump and Fox News obviously, , it's the full subject of your book. . People who are even casual viewers are news consumers are aware that there's a close relationship there yes. . I think we all are aware that the president gets fed information and misinformation from Fox but I think it's even more extreme and even more dangerous than people realize it happens more often and the connections or even cozier than than folks realize I oftentimes in coverage. . Of the White House reporters leave out what I think is the key piece, , the key ingredient, , which is he got that idea from Fox. . He gained that idea from foxy gained that conspiracy theory from Fox and with this pandemic this year staffers at Fox told me they felt like the coverage was hazardous to our viewers. . The coverage was dangerous. . The coverage was unforgivable. . I really just tried to step away just the Messenger for these anonymous sources mostly anonymous did speak on the record who felt like the coverage is hurting the country. . All right. So . a defender, a , Fox News skeptic cure might say so what trump follows Fox News is leads you know democratic presidents in the past have taken their cues from the editorials editorials of the New York Times. What's . the difference? ? I think. . It's so much more intense. . Now, , Fox's influences constant when trump threatened North Korea, , and said, , he had a bigger button than Kim Jong Un. . It was because of a Fox segment when he grants pardoned, , it's because Fox when he attacks big technology company because of Fox, , when he raged about migrant caravans, it , was because of Fox and it's not that he's getting the best possible information still from the best sources in the world know he's getting it from a bunch of of. . Who oftentimes misinform him think? ? That's one of the differences between this White House and past white houses Braga Obama was he washed ESPN in the evening rather than MSNBC tours w Bush might have watched some Fox but he wasn't consumed by it. . The way that this president is so it's an unprecedented relationship really is
"new new york times" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"As six. That's fake news. And That to me, is one of the most confounding parts of the divide. It's very simple to look down upon people who just defy fact global warming Whatever. It's all fake news. Yeah, well, we have a problem in this country with the Fox knows the and That the loss of the cannons of objectivity Again. Sorry, so I don't appear too partial here. It's partly the fault of the of the left. And this idea that there isn't any such thing as objectivity. I mean, of course, you can't have a perfect Act perfect accuracy. But what the New New York Times and the networks always adhere to was this, you know, continually testing your ideas, and I is then having fact checkers. And all this kind of stuff, and to some extent that's being lost on both the left and the right in the middle. Now. I mean, I'm sometimes disappointed by the times at how partial they are, and So but but the but it really starts in the 19 seventies. And somewhat on the left. But it really starts with things like the Heritage Foundation and and organizations like that, that that try to take advantage of objectivity to say, Well, we have our experts and they say so and so and it turns out to be nonsense, and that's And the idea of having an alternative network. That's that's conservative, really starts in the seventies and eighties with a guy named Paul Weir IQ and the the culmination of it Isthe Fox News and Roger Ailes. And you know it's far be it for me not to say that that hasn't poisoned the understanding, especially if something like climate change, which is When we've always the democracy also has to be based upon a certain kind of respect for expertise, really expertise, scientific expertise. If we lose that word, and we're in big trouble. This is one of those interviews where it's going to be longer online than it is on the radio because there's so much good stuff here. So if you're listening on the radio go online to hear the entire broadcast it in. Keep radio dot com slash podcast. You're listening in deep I'm Angie. Kara. My guest is John Be Judas will be right back. Thank you for the American. Buying on credit is so nice one don't get us and they judged wise. What will you have, though? To keep clean? Papers. New housing with more space that's of those slamming and our men together, read of your acts and fighting a very If your own life You, actually and you have to say. Welcome back to Indy. I'm Angie Curro. I'm talking to John Be Judas. The Nationalist Revival is his eighth book, and it's a companion book to his one right before that, and that is the populist explosion. When we say that there is a populist explosion. What is that telling us about America? Who are they? And what does it tell us about America right now? Well, unlike nationalism, populism is not a dirty word in America. It is in Europe Europe associated entirely with with right wing demagogues. United States. We have populism from the 18 nineties, We had a populist party that was basically on the on the left, and it's always been. We've always had a divide right now we have what Sherrod Brown from Ohio might run for president calls himself a populist It's something that that appears in all kinds of different forms. What I distinguish in the book is a kind of left wing and right wing variety of left wing. You really have only two terms The people and the elites and think of the occupy occupy Wall Street. The 99% 1st is the 1% You also have that on the right. And you know, you found a lot of things that were similar between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. On trade, for instance, globalization, same kind of corporations moving overseas. But you found an additional thing. Which is the fact that there was this other group that was being coddled by the elites, illegal immigrants, Mexicans coming in the country who were rapists and criminals. So you always have that third term, so marine Le Pen. It's It's Muslims in the country. But the thing that's important to recognize in our you know our time of history is that there is something there's a lot of things in common, especially on the economic issues. The Marine Le Pen in France and the national Rally is to the left of much of the Democratic Party here on domestic issues. I mean, they have Ah, Bernie Sanders you I mean, they're complain about their national health care system was that it didn't treat everybody equally that poor people got screwed under So it's a It's a kind of odd thing. It's not the same as conservatism and right wing populist One of our audience members asked earlier about the age division. Do you see that in populism in the United States, the left wing populous again tend to be young on the right in terms of Trump's support is more older male. White. So yeah, very, very similar divisions in that way, But in France in Germany, it's not that way. It's they have. They have a lot of younger support, and I think it's again. Because of a rejection of a certain kind of centrism, sometimes called neo liberalism, the idea that big corporations could move wherever they want in the world. Ah that the labor market should be completely open so that people could come in from other countries and compete. Again. That's a That's an idea that attract that that draws young people in, especially in Europe to the right as well as the left that audience questions. Do you feel that Trump is instigating the issue of race by using the word nationalism to spur the enthusiasm of the far right and by not commenting on the sometimes mystical, despicable acts of the far right? Well, you know, the main example of that is his Charlottesville, where he said Do I have to explain what the people know what that is? Right, right. Charlottesville, where one of the protestors was killed and he said, there are bad people on both sides. Both sides. That's the That's the classic example of Trump just Condoning racism and you talk to people who agreed with that. Or was it one of your researchers talk to people who agreed with that? Oh, I don't have researchers. Believe me, that one of people you fight. I should say your vast staff. Yeah, No, no, I said not a day with a bunch of people in Ohio and we we had a long discussion about all this stuff. They agreed with what With what? With Trump's attitude toward that, you know whether it was racism on their parts or not. It's hard to say maybe they thought that the left wing people were so evil that justified You know that Because again, I think for many people who have these kind of views, they see the left as this anti father. People with the mass that wanna beat up, you know. People who want on the right and it's so but but yes. That's a It's a problem. I do want to acknowledge that I have a bit of discomfort with two white people sitting there deciding what's racist. I just want to acknowledge that because it's difficult. It's difficult because we don't experience that Back to the audience questions. You've all Ferrari has said that nationalism gives him hope that mankind is capable of forming a sense of global citizenship that will allow us to address climate change. Nuclear police proliferation. My voice is leaving me and technological disruption. What's your view on this? It's the I talk about this at the end of the book, which is that I think again that that there's a There's good reason for a certain kind of revolt against globalization. And what Trump and Steve Bannon called globalism and buy, If you mean by that Letting multinational corporations.
"new new york times" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour
"Free fourteen day trial. Thanks Zappia supporting the show Zappia DOT com slash. Happy Apple. News is not just the part that people like. It's the part that Let's use subscribe for ten dollars a month for access to some magazines newspapers. And that's called news plus and this week news. Plus has subtracted acted their Their business leader. So what's the story Bloomberg reported that the head of business FRAPP nays a step down less than a year after the Japanese plus avenue plus came out in March and Leash Komo joined apple in two thousand eighteen. I'll having previously with conde nast right around the time of the texture acquisition and I clearly she had some association with the news plus thing and this week she is leaving the company so like according to people familiar with the matter matter Shimon responsible same relationships with publishers and advertises so like the problem. I people see so this. This is a direct correct reaction to being bad And I it doesn't say anywhere that she was like fired for the news. Plus also Deo or choose underperforming or anything that I just said she left the company. Potentially News Pasta does what she thought and says she was long. I'm going somewhere else right. Oh were they kick dry. It's kind of kind of immaterial to the point is at the end of the day. Job Title is about advertiser publisher relationships Russian ships like. It's not exactly attuned to the problems of the apple news plus experience as a business is a business person us and a my opinion the problem with applebee's plazas the product. It's not like having soda right like it's just. The product is in having enough well enough unless they know that you know we talked before and the podcast about how. There's a certain point in time that comes when the public when when the partners can leave and they leave in mass because is a lot of them are connected to each other. So maybe maybe it's related to that. But but I said that previous reports said the publishers can leave after year being on the service. If they're unhappy she's approaching be March would be time to look out for new possibilities if indeed and and there's not been a bunch of news news plus additions have there. I mean it's you had the launch in the U. K.. Or is that right. They're launching the UK and so then then you have uk specific partners. But there's not been like you know the next equivalent of the Wall Street Journal in the La Times like another big name really. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Or even like on the digital subscriptions with the online websites having any anymore them and there's a ton of newspapers that they could add that wouldn't have to the New New York Times and it would just fill out filled out newspapers now. That would be a big step but they take the the the the content offering that you get today is basically in the. US is basically the same as what you call when they released it much Yeah they've done some minor updates to the APP design and you can get like easier access to back catalogues logs and an old issues and a simpler to follow stuff now. It's still not to what I would call like. You know the acceptable quality bow. But he's improved a bit bit from the the terrible macho release. Yeah the fundamental. The APP is like we spent ten minutes talking about this kind of like special experience. That apple's Crawford for the the presidential debate and then Watson these places like lowest common denominator. PDF's is ultimately reading right like in eighty percent of cases in another eighteen percent cases. It's always in Apple News format the publishers. Don't spend any time actually making things look or or impressive that just very very basic machine translations off. PDF's and so he's basically just like a tax fee A.. A plain text and images Spiderman tweet. And then you've got like National Geographic. The actually cares about making look good for one issue however like that's the problem with the product it's like Solos common areas that you just read the web like as the fundamental issue with newscast pro. I think the pricing is fine. I think the SHOWMAN's your family. I'm I'm okay. I think he the part was bad. More people being bored if you could and stuff like the Wall Street Journal if you could actually you use your subscription to read in the redone like Safari ad free or even if you like went to that page insofar e could like pop up and say you know read this right now a news and yet you get the nicer experience like those kind of integrations doesn't exist like completely silent world with terrible APPs on the Mac a Mediocre reading experiences. It's not about like the advertiser relationship which is what the outgoing executive here was responsible for. Yeah that's right and I I always been on the podcast whether or not. I'm paying for apple plus or not but I'm right now and I thinking of canceled it known in the family would even notice which is bad but I do. I like the product and I wanted to get better It hasn't yet you know. Even even the small user interface changes over the last nine months have not made it so much better for me. It needs to be just even more partners and it's part of services and you know so it's under. The person is in charge services at Apple Who ultimately goes to at a queue? So I think Peter Stern the guy and then editor at Eq- and then Tim Cook so That's sort of pecking order there. But I'm not sure it should be judged in the same way as as like apple are catered. TV plus Because like is tricky. Because you've got newspapers and magazines maxine wichita very different things but the the newspaper stuff is what I'm most interested in if they could get it right. But that's the least populated eighty two part of it and if apple just made some special deal with like a couple of the major news people publishers had tons of regional content that the goal of it was not to make money from it but to get local reporting in more hands an apple. Kind of foots. The bill for it in a way that it's just like like you know in terms of their values it would be good Then I think that'd be cool to in does it have to be a for profit. Really you know in terms of making Nisa Service. Because I'm not sure that there's for apple that the way that they pitched as like you know the initial pitch of it was you go to the newsstand. You see all these magazines but you can only buy one. What did you buy all of them but magazine is a specialized like he might want two or three or zero? You're not GonNa want all the magazines. No one's got that much time. So yeah why would i. Why would I go to the news up when I can read it on the web like the web is offering creamy basically identical experience? And it's easy to get to and everyone links to the webpage you see it on twitter and facebook and you get to the white paper this into their they he could they could incorporate into news a optional program where you could and we say like Ram stops. Today's kind of thing where it's like you pay emily subscription in the ads on the ads on the web pages disappear and so you basically just funding through direct payment. They could row something that into news plus and say like we have these partners on the web and it could be a free sign up process. Let the problem I think with news. Plus it's so closed down it's like you have to be established publication to actually have any role when this thing whatsoever and then you have to agree to their terms whereas if they went to like random websites the random websites have much lower costs and they Jay refunded free advertising most most apple model. They hate advertising his his solution to get rid of advertising and the out third party extensions that kind of navigate off the ground because you have to install always a party staff. And it's a me with ten thousand people and said there's a massive like chicken and egg consistent problem. Oh apple could they integrate directly so far it will be incredibly popular. You can have all the website sign up. You could have like nine to five Mac. Sign up and then each pilot revenue sheriff out like I think there's so much more for the premium news is way beyond like magazine. PDF's and that could still be part of the service it doesn't have to be the only thing that's there even in terms of of the free apple new stuff the format there was a pretty big cleanup recently. Where if you hadn't posted in one year or something that you had to buy certain data you're GonNa be removed moved where I think it'd be better if the news like the web where you know you're there you're you're there even if you post once every two years and encourage people of all publications of all sizes to included you know just your personal blog even blog annually to have it be a part of of news version of the web would be if I could put mayor blowing tap news plus then sailor? If you want to support me you can just read. News Pass is just popular description. Should not get back but so like old meteor in like always only literal Magazines and then and then the Wall Street Journal is actually involved in this And even then I think that It's not certain that the Wall Street Journal correct and the end there so they need more partisan and that that would be a big deal but yeah they'd be more partners and abair up. I'm probably like feeding live news or podcast news. Like what if they had news poke costs that were at free if you had the news plus subscription. Yeah I mean there's there's a big there's a big opportunity there for like news on the Apple. TV and for it to be videos even from from the sources because the sources are all doing video. You know sophy if you are in these positive scraper than you get access to the. Va is that are on the website. Then it'll articles. I thought they could do that. I would really like to see where we're now. They just they just they about texture and integrated and fewer people. Fewer people actually annoyed describe exactly. Yeah and some of the reports are they. Currently have less subscribers describe the texture did which is not the right direction so that we can use Let's talk about some exciting stuff. which is the release of a a bunch of new software Betas for developers this week? Iowa's thirteen point four watch. Os six point two TVs thirteen point. Four and.
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Rentals AIRBNB that kind of stuff in between trips. But I think it's actually it's not actually as a one hundred percent cheaper to travel full-time than it is to be stationary anything. That's a common misconception exception for a lot of people as they think like Oh like I can never travel or I can never live abroad because I could never afford that but if you are able to make you know money online or even like traditional jobs or you have a nine to five job you work from home. Your home could be anywhere as long as you have. A reliable Internet connection and the cost of living in a lot of places is dramatically cheaper than the cost of the US. This is one of the most expensive places in the world so I love Thailand. I love it. It's an amazing country. One of the reasons that I love it so much is because the people are very friendly. It's one of the most. LGBT firming countries in the world is really great food and the quality of life is really high and the cost of living is really low. You're going to have the ability to dramatically. Cut Down your cost of living But some tips for actually kind of saving money to get there you can use you know a lot of points and different things in order to travel hack. You can book one way flights you can. I do like travel. Alerts on sky scanners a favorite You can search everywhere feature so you could say like okay. Where can I? What is the best time to go to a place with the cheapest time to book a flight you can set up alerts through the website and that will automatically send you emails letting you know? I mean I'm curious like with Thailand. What do you mean it so queer affirming and also what would an apartment cost to live there? What would you know what do you mean by? It's it's very cheap. Okay so Bangkok example. Capital Thailand is a big city. Just like any big city you have everything from Lake local street food where you could get a dish of head tie. They could probably feed to people like portion size and that would be probably fifty baht which is like like a dollar and thirty cents cool but like for accommodations lake. I would say a nicer kind of upscale apartment intellectually building. We're talking talking. You Know Doorman Jam Pool on the roof like that kind of thing. You're looking at maybe like six hundred bucks a month. That's pretty good. That's like a higher-end nets high end you know for like a luxury luxury accommodation and you can get it as cheap as one hundred fifty dollars a month and you know you're looking at that's more simple you know you're still have electricity and running water for in a one bedroom that stuff. Yeah it's just like not as fancy area like sacrificing your Jim your doorman and all that from one hundred and fifty bucks a month and then Thailand is really. LGBT friendly. Because because one of the things. I think that a lot of people forget is that. LGBT people have always existed throughout history and there are a lot of different cultures where LGBT people people and particularly people who are gender non conforming. have been revered throughout their cultural history. In Thailand is one of those one of those places where they have a legally and spiritually recognized a third gender They have a obviously it's not utopia the other no perfect place their issues as well. But you know Trans People in Thailand have regular lives and live in. You know they work and you going to the mall. And it's you know the person's year cashier. You know you have professional folks who are working in different fields who you know are trans person on an. It's not as it's not culturally taboo in the same way that it is in other parts of the world because it's you know part of their cultural spiritual heritage and so creates a lot more acceptance Tolerance for LGBT people. That's so interesting posting do you. Do you still have to spend extra money for safety in Thailand anyway and you don't have to. I mean you're like you can walk down the street hand-in-hand hand-in-hand with your person and be completely fine But a lot of people when they're on vacation do you like to splurge a little bit and it's a high value kind of place you'd like for example you can get like a beautiful private pool Billah in like one of the islands in Thailand for like one hundred bucks a night. We don't have to to do that for your safety. It's more about like okay. You know the this hotel would be seven hundred bucks in my home city and a and it's not in Bangkok so it's a choice thing since you're an expert. What our country's doing to increase tourism from LGBT travelers like how big cannot be country's economy? Oh it can be ah Choo Mung us like the I think the most recent figure was like a hundred billion dollars in lgbt tourism funding funding just from the US. Let alone like all of you know people forget like the. LGBT community is not a country people in every country so there's like an LGBT China market A and B. T. US market meldrum be literally everywhere and so especially for folks who are in countries where it's illegal or frowned upon to LGBT. Not There are much more likely to travel the places where it is accepting and friendly like Tel Aviv is a great example. A Tel Aviv has one of the biggest pride celebrations in the world. Why because they are smack DAB in the middle of a ton of Asian countries where it's either illegal or very much still frowned upon to be able to be t and it's the closest assists destination? So they get billions and billions of dollars and tourism from LGBT people. Because People WanNa go where they can feel safe and they can feel affirmed. They can hold their person's hand in public and don't have to hide and if you're gonNA leave your country anyways why not go to a place where you can feel welcomed so there's just tons and tons and tons of money and LGBT tourism but a lot of countries do it really well a lot of countries. Don't do it very well and the perfect example of not doing it well. All is the vast majority of ads that you will see their LGBT marketing campaign. I can like literally paint this picture for you. It's to Chisel dudes Yup shirtless. There's a beach sunset every campaign and now like a lot of destinations are starting to realize okay. That doesn't work anymore for marketing. And they're having conversations about like. LGBT is that phrase LGBT is really a marketing term whereas like the lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer communities those are different communities that are kind of like together and they have different needs as travelers in different needs needs depending on where they're from like. Do they have kids like all of these other things And so some of the best destinations are really starting to like subset out. Those unique unique interests And really learning about what those different communities are looking for and doing lots of training for folks on. How do you address those needs? How do you not fuck up an ultra bt marketing campaign basically? Yeah and it's very. It's very nice to see marketing. That isn't just Very very good looking white gays agreement shit on very good-looking since white gays. But you've got a lot of things. Thank you so much I really I appreciate it and no problem have a great day all right so some countries are thinking about how to be more accessible to communities. That's Nice I still eleven seen an ad with a happy lesbian bisexual on the beach while I'm at the airport terminal though so whatever okay. Let's take a little break when we come back. We're going to call Japan and talk to a man about his experience being black where there really aren't black people. We'll be right back and we're back home at some point. I'm sure I have seen interracial racial hetero couples on airport billboards so minorities haven't been totally overlooked. You probably haven't seen an ad with someone with really dark skin and visiting a temple in China for instance something like that. I mean I don't know if you have seen this. Leave a comment. I think that'd be pretty cool to see who is actually doing inclusive advertising And there really aren't a lot of black people living in Asia so if you are African American or black and you make the expensive financial decision to visit or move your life there. Yeah well I can imagine how that might be a big deal. I'M GONNA call a black teacher. Who made that decision and move to Japan years.
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"new new york times" Discussed on Keep It!
"Just no competition will be dealt periods with glee in an odd move and Dan quite polarizing. The New York Times editorial board has endorsed not one but two candidates for president brave much Mark Coyne Book. I'm okay Roseanne again. Joe Biden and the man who is running his animatronic number. Traffic is puppets here Jazz and a stripper pole. Such a crazy story true. I I mean there were the notes that there were no visible stripper poles at the Abbey when he did his fundraiser Which ages wild to me referring to CHASTAIN was supposed to be doing a fundraiser. For Pete Eight at a gay bar in Rhode Island yes and cancelled. The appearance allegedly because there was a stripper pole present and that AH information made available to us by the Club at the club itself. There's been no comment from on which there were reports on Outlets reported on it. But there's been no comment by the campaign because I would basically to be honest. What could you say you know? I feel like no one's GonNa talk about it outside of gay gay media outlets or a brief story anyway like it's not necessarily that straight people really care about. Yes he only would have gained votes. I think right mattress address for him to be near pull. It is a gay. Like they're only seventy gave specific locations for gay people meet. Yes you know anyway I I mean it's I don't work in politics obviously but it does strike me as kind of silly polls are the foundation columns of gay bars. That's all they are. That's the architecture of onic next door and that's it I guess it gets into that whole thing of you know like speaking to the gay community as the candidate which we're I'M GONNA talk about this in his interview in the weekly The idea that a straight candidate wouldn't have to go to a bar. I guess to interact with people while they're running for president But again candidate would be expected to gay candidate gets to be at a bar with a strip say true anyway way Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar were the endorse candidates and the announcement was made at the end of the weekly. The television awesome show that brings viewers behind the scenes. Look at the New York Times herself. They also released an ED. The Democrats best choice for president outlining their reasons for picking two and they detail the divide between the two wings of the Party which are Warren and also sanders as the liberal idealist. LS And globetrotter. Along with Vidon Buddha judge as the pragmatic centrists and they deemed Liz. And Amy the standout standout choices However in doing so they may have oversimplified a much more complicated often media generated narrative that Democrats are are deeply divided? Let's first talk about the weekly. This show where they made the decision. It is certainly a choice coming off of electing a reality show host as president in two thousand sixteen to then create a reality. Show our where. You're basically deciding who America's next top Democrat Islam. No it it certainly a choice to make subpar episode of Shark Tank. Gosh set the scene. They had worn club. HR Biden Buddha judge sanders and also booker sit before the New New York Times editorial board and basically explain their case of why they should get the New York Times endorsement and then the editor Oriole board announced an endorsement at the end of it and it definitely was a subpar episodes. Take it was insane to me from the jump. By the way because Bernie is the first person that they interview and stick choice he clearly has no fucking time for any yeah. He's he's like what is this. Why my here and I was wondering that we're watching it too? I was like what the fuck is all agree to do it. That's the thing I guess. It's like a mass thing. If the ones doing it I'm sure all of them went but it was so uncomfortable and also how many cameras were in this room and I mean you were getting so many camera angles. I I mean it was like you were in the social network thing you know and talking about how the media has been driving all of these insane narratives lately the Sanders versus Warren. The thing today now with Hillary Clinton say nobody likes Sanders As she doesn't knows those who support him if he were the nominee This feels like it was something designed to get twitter. Feuding right well also I mean to me what it felt like. It was just all too truncated conversations about each candidate and we ended up being sort of shallow questions about perceptions about them just like well Joe Biden you are old and Bernie Sanders. You didn't have a heart attack. I felt like these sort of namby-pamby questions about Just who they were in like. I didn't and feel like they were given ample time to answer anything. Qualitatively in could have been a perfect response to the debates which I felt like have been overcrowded. And you haven't really come away from a single debate feeling like you've known any candidate better. I learned anything. Yes because it's just been people bowl talking over. Each other are being asked dumb questions that are also sort of leading towards a Fox. News audience weirdly But this obviously they did longer interviews. That were made shorter but the questions that they did show. Were absolutely insane. I don't think I I needed to hear Pete respond to the Mayo. Pete maims about him. people call him Mayo Pete Online because he's white and bland. Yes but did. Did we need to ask him that in show. That's about the New York Times editorial board picking a Democratic candidate to endorse shaded the girls the New York Times but what credibility does aditorial board have over just being people who are used to having opinions. you know what I mean like. Why should I be interested in? What the PEOP- these like this slew slew of people think about who should be Democratic candidate? And also it's just it's extremely weird to have this primetime looking special eating up to a big decision that they ultimately don't make yes. They didn't make a decision and there's so much talk about the history behind the New York Times endorsement. Yes it feels like one. They have not been doing the endorsement like this before. I'm sorry they're like they open it with saying. This is the first time it's being made public doc. I doubt that in the past they were marching every candidate in there and base week interviewing them for a chance to get their endorsement writing. Correct me if I'm wrong but huma very contrived and silly and I. I just felt like really disappointed in some of the candidates for going along with it. I guess disappointed in the New York Times for continuing to act like this is something that was really worth people's time specifically like after they interview Joe Biden like the conversation they have when he leaves. The Room was so lame I mean like they. They would say things like you know what I had the imprint. I was worried when he came in here. That he'd be doddering or something along those lines and he was he was really sharp. It's like do you think anybody out. There was literally like oh he literally can't put a sentence together it felt like completely disingenuous Januarius excited about Andrew saying like leaving. They're like look how excited he is like. He's definitely a person that you'd want to hang out with like. What are we delivering here here? The part about Biden. That was so weird to be. Was the question that came out of left field as ING him. Have you ever had your heartbroken. Oh Oh my God. And then the zoom in on him as he's talking about his son and his white and it started a fuck. Is that it it truly. The whatever music was playing are wasn't playing. Thanks stopped zoomed in on him like he was delivering an Oscar winning monologues straight up. Whatever Ben Johnson and the last picture show talking about the life he's led it was very strange range and also took up too much time in this fifty one minute thing? They put together where we're supposed to learn about the candidates gas and of course there was warren who initially initially told them to like. I'm not going to sit here and attack by it. which is that was one? Yeah by the way it was the best part of thing her being like. Actually I reject the premise of that question. Young the reject the premise of this entire ordeal than we're at she and Bernie had that sound similar vibe. I did enjoy the part where he said that he is not a happy birthday. person is not the person who's going to remember people's birthdays and call them and say happy birthday so they right nice things about him and there's some people's faces. I was kind of funny honest but then by the way in the actual endorsement non endorsement that came out what they said about sanders. To me was infuriating. They said three years into the trump administration. We see little advantage to exchanging one over promising divisive figure in Washington for another. Come on on. Yeah you're really GonNa let him together with him over the words over promising and divisive. I mean that's pathetic. Yeah the sort of narrative that's swarming around Sanders is unfortunately shifting a lot of my perceptions of the last election and also this current one. I think there is away to talk about how there are some very awful sanders supporters online. Who are divisive which you have for many candidates by the way specific Bernie brand in there always has specific Bernie brand but also do not get in the way of someone A straight woman from the Mid West. It was decided that she was voting for people to judge because she will say some things to you. This comparing him to trump is sort of dumb and it's an endorsement and also now a knock against him And it feels like it's further fueling the we need warn sanders to be fighting with one another and then the addition of cloture is weird to me. I don't get it. I don't get it at all. I would compare Warren to the movie marriage. The story in which I would say I think is you're watching her she makes good points is very compelling but then later you talk to your dad about her and all he remembers yelling. That's not a knock against her. I mean I think amy. Klobuchar is a kind of fascinating odd person to be. Ah in the race this long but I just nothing that we saw in the broadcast to me indicated that the New York Times should pick her based on what we saw the image. Amy Hasn't repulsed repulsed me anyway but she hasn't attracted me in any way either. So oddly enough they ended up picking the two women on each side and then kind of posing them against one another. You know it doesn't really feel like like an endorsement as much as it feels like okay. Here's some new drama. That we're starring up. We endorse both of them. But then we still are going to divide them in a certain way framed as are two different futures. We could have. Yeah there seems to have also been this intense to make sure that their endorsement was a woman. Yeah unfortunately away because it seemed like they had a choice with Warren but they're wrapped up in the idea that it's idealistic. And because they were presenting all of these different sides and basically television show they want it to also present an alternative and it felt like they were like well. We can't do a warrant and then also endorse a man too so they had to endorse another woman in Global Chalk The entire ordeal felt very cynical to me and very manufactured and so I don't trust these endorsements I don't find them useful a useful at all and not like we've ever really found like the New York Times endorsements super useful. It's not the eighteen forties. Take this really just sort of drove home. That they're really useless and the media has sort of continued eighteen. You to generate just drama where we don't need it When we're back keep it and we're back with our favorite segment of the episode as useful? It is keep it high Lewis. Hi You look like you're ready..
"new new york times" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
"Mindset all with the goal of helping. You understand how your brain is not broken. I'm your host protein each week my team and I bring on a new guest or Guest plural who we think can help you improve your brain health. Feel better and live more. This week's guests are board certified neurologists in four time New New York Times bestselling author Dr David Parameter and his son. WHO's also joining us here in Santa Monica Studio? Dr Austin Promoter Board Certified Internal Medicine in physician and together co authors of the all new book which is out this week. Please go get it you will not regret it. Brainwash Detox Fox your mind for clear thinking deeper relationships and most importantly lasting happiness gentlemen welcome to the podcast delighted to be here. Thanks for having me. I want to say as somebody who works with his family. My my business partners Dr Mark Hyman but my sister's in the company my aunts and the company. My Dad is helping us. He's retired but he's helping US launch this new venture that we're doing it just music to my ears is to see you guys writing a book together before we jump into it. What was that process like like father and son working on a book together? We've already jumped into it. You want to start Austin sure. Well it's been straight up one of the most meaningful experiences princes of my life and I really can't emphasize that enough getting to know my dad in this context is so different from turning to a father for general advice. We've been in doing the science together waking up in the morning drinking several cups of coffee sitting down at the table looking over these studies and having this intellectual connection and that has been absolutely phenomenal but on the other hand the interpersonal dynamic of being able to work with somebody. I care about so much on a message that that is going to be so helpful to so many people has been the other really key aspect of this and honestly I knew it was going to be a big deal writing book. I've always heard is a huge process but it has been really. I don't WanNa say easy but wonderful throughout and I would tell tell you that when you have your son who thinks that Dad's cool enough that he wants to hang out with them. That's pretty pretty excited. We've done that for years. And whether it's playing frisbee golf at night with lighted Frisbees or who knows what we've done a lot of stuff together over the years now. This becomes an incredible project with a huge goal Truthfully the the messaging of our book evolved in the process of writing the book What promulgated the original idea was both of us being physicians and working with patients doing the very best we can to learn as much information as as possible then imparting that information to the patient and then experiencing an incredible level of frustration because the patient then doesn't implement implement that information so we wanted to design the initial plan was to design the bridge between information and action so that causes us then to evaluate evaluate where the breakdown happens? Why is it that people can know what is the best decision to make and yet they don't do that and you know we ask physicians and I think in general people tend to point fingers and say what's wrong with that person who's making bad decisions? Why don't they eat less? Carbohydrates or whatever the goal may be and I think that what we learned through the research that we've done for brainwash is that there are many trappings of our modern in society. Our modern world. That really stacks the deck against you being able to make better decisions. So yeah there's great information Out there you know. There are plenty of author's writing great books and You know we have the monitor shells books by everybody. You know my books. I think. Harry Good Information Dr Hammonds putting out amazing information but what we realized is that these books and programs are useless unless they are implemented. What good does it do to have the Information Mason? So we've spent a year really doing the deep dive into how people make decisions. which then overrides leads? All of the rest of the information that's out there finally allowing people to rein in I the influences that are present in our modern world that corroding their ability to make these decisions and then more importantly once. It's recognized how to fix that so that people can be satisfied can look in the mirror and realize their goals realize their weight loss. There whatever it is that there may be sort of piggyback off what you said I wanna read a passage sentence from the book. Our brains are being gravely manipulated resulting in behaviors. That leave us more lonely anxious depressed distressful illness prone and overweight than ever before. So you talked about those two aspects which is how do we help and support people to actually make these decisions and implement change change in their life to achieve to achieve whatever goal that they wanNA focus on. But let's start off with what is actually hijacking brain. That makes it difficult to do. So can you describe landscape landscape landscape and the state of threats that our brains are under today. Sure will. Let's start with one of the most important and probably most straightforward of these. It's food food. We need food. We need to eat food to keep going. But what is it that we're putting into our bodies. All a recent study showed that sixty eight percent of the foods that people eat and buy in. The store have added sugar. We know sugar isn't really a good thing for us but the question has to be. What is it doing to our thinking? What is it doing to our Raines? And this is the question that I think were now able to answer. But we haven't been looking into nearly enough. What is sugar doing to our brains? Will Sugar Fosters Inflammation inflammation which listeners know is not good for the body. Chronic inflammation has been implicated in a variety of problems. Things like heart disease. Things like Alzheimer's disease what we're understanding. Now is that inflammation this process that sugar up regulates changes are thinking. So let's let that sink in. It's not that it changes are are thinking in the long run. It changes are thinking right now. Inflammation has been shown in several recent trials to bias our decision-making towards short-term impulsive thinking thinking so to put that into context if you're eating a diet that increases inflammation you're going to make more short term oriented decisions it's like eating a diet that increases inflammation choosing the wrong foods to be eating and that transcends just diet gets into other things if you're somebody who struggles bulls with all nine shopping now. You have a diet that increases inflammation you're going to be picking the short term reward and that means your your shopping cart might be filling up all all mind with things that you don't need so again. Food is one of those entry points. It's something that has been made incredibly palatable over the years and while that means it might tastes good. We need to appreciate that. It is activating these circuits within our bodies within our brains that are making decisions more impulsive more short term oriented did and in the big picture taking us away from the decisions that will lead us to health and will lead to happiness and let me add before we move on from food and Because it is it is a very important topic because we we recognize that in a simplistic model there. There are two areas of the brain that are involved in decision making the prefrontal cortex which is the more advanced area. If I may and the more primitive if I may a Migdal Migdal and you know there's a balance between the two We tend to With inflammation unfortunately have more input from the primitive Amila Adila and as such are decisions are not really looking at the future as opposed to if we can reconnect to the prefrontal cortex and that is the area of the brain that allows us to participate in a process of thinking of the long term consequences of our actions. Today it allows us has to be more empathetic. It allows us to be more compassionate it helps to tamp down this sense of US versus them. That comes from the Amila Uggla so we're trying to reconnect to the prefrontal. CORTEX and a as per our discussion of food and inflammation inflammation absolutely absolutely threatens. That connection and I have to say that a thought came to me this morning while in the shower some of my best thoughts come to me and shower and having read the New York Times this morning they had an interesting article about what's going on in Brazil with reference to deforestation the Amazon. Not a good thing. I think most people would agree. Agree with that But that said what has happened to the thought process around the globe is influenced by the globalization of the western pro inflammatory diet that as this western diet a finds its way to every corner of the globe. It's changing aging. How people across our planet think and behave locking them more into short-term reward based decision making and away way from long term consequence based thinking and being empathetic towards their neighbour towards the future cells towards the planet? So it the our discussion just about food could take you know hours and hours of that would be actually a good thing but and so in a way you almost saying just to like break down very clearly lake doc sugar and other processed foods which he talked to most people may say. I don't really eat sugar. I'm not eating sugar but Andrew. It's in our food. It's in everything already. It's it's already in your pasta sauce and it's already in so many of the health products that you're getting even if it's pure cane sugar other stuff it's so pervasive that's their. This is encouraging the implement the factor actor of inflammation the cycle of inflammation body. And that can make you more selfish wars and said and that is that you know it's actively added down. This is not a conspiracy theory. We know that the statistics indicate that around sixty eight percent of the one point. Two million food sold in. The grocery store have added sweetener. That's you know I don't know if we ever say that's a fact somebody may say another world is flat. But it's you know if you take the foods and look at them you look at the labels that's what you see. You might not see sugar you might see a high fructose corn syrup or You know people think that will. Maybe it's okay. 'cause it's cane sugar or where it came from Organically raised honeybees or or Maple Syrup that was growing on trees that people prayed around. Or whatever. It's sugar and it is is pro inflammatory. And it is distancing your ability to make good decisions. This is part of a larger thing. That's inside of the book of the new normal. That's there can you talk to us about the new normal. The new reality that we find ourselves today. Food is one part of that but there's a greater topic that's part of that too. Yeah that's such a good point. So where are we at where we at where we're living in the United States today well seventy. Plus percent of American adults are overweight or obese sixty plus percent of American adults suffer from a chronic disease rates have anxiety around eighteen percent of American adults rates of depression are somewhere somewhere around six percent but seem.
"new new york times" Discussed on Kingpins
"It couldn't be proven. But since Yang's connections actions within Tanzania dated back as far as the mid nineteen seventies investigators believed her intent to conduct smuggling may have dated back over for twenty years senior. Tanzanian officials were staunch that Yang's crimes were grave and her sentence reflected it a Washington. Post article related the same sentiment. Saying she helped by the poachers guns and ammunition she was the connection between the local brokers and the international market the fifteen years sentence was not the only reparation do from Yang according to the New New York Times she and her co conspirators would either have to pay twice the market value of the elephant tusks or face an additional two years in prison prison as of early two thousand nineteen Yang was expected to serve her sentence in the Yukon prison within the city of Dar es Salaam internationally. Yang's case stood in the spotlight as an example of changing times as a model model for future prosecutions. NPR reported it stood as a hallmark to test whether figurehead ivory traffickers would actually really be prosecuted naturally. The slew of global press demanded a response from her home country and shortly after Yang's conviction the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stridently underscored. It would not shield criminals. The department issued a statement saying that China does not not protect Chinese nationals. Who commit crimes abroad? And that China upholds the justice made by Tanzania in this case yangs fifteen years. Sentence was certainly a win on behalf of the Tanzanian government and the numerous nonprofits that combat poaching but but despite the praise for most wildlife conservation groups. There were still subtle undercurrent of dissatisfaction. A representative from the the worldwide fund for Nature expressed frustration with Yang. Since it is not punishment enough for the atrocities she committed by I being responsible for the poaching thousands of elephants in Tanzania. She ran a network that killed thousands of elephants. Yang's trial served served as proof that treating poaching as an offense to be remedied after the fact had serious consequences during the height of Yang smuggling and poaching in the mid two thousands. The Scientific American reported that eight percent of the African elephant population was being wiped out annually annually in turn elephants are known for their slow reproduction rate though international bands and crackdowns on importation have recently made strides to curb some of the illegal trade Yang smuggling proved the closing loopholes doesn't eradicate the source of the crime. Aw Wildlife activists and governments alike have seen that the only way to dissuade illegal trade aide fueled by poaching is to ensure that middle men or women are held accountable. We don't know yet whether the consequences of Yang's sentence are stark enough to dissuade other brokers from filling the void however thanks to the work of international organizations consumers murs have a new found awareness of Ivories true cost..
"new new york times" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"By the way likewise China. Just is it quit pro quo. Quid pro quo. Those bombshells led to trump's impeachment. But you can see. The polling numbers barely moving previously. Obviously Democrats have looked to the impeachment hearings to sway public opinion. Now there's talk the Senate trial could do the trick and that might happen. But there's another tactic that has already succeeded in pressuring and even removing heads of state in other countries a tactic trump's opponents aren't deploying yet mass protests that's right friends mass protests that. That's what they WANNA do that. That's their secret. Tricky Tricky Gi way to beat Donald Trump and drag him down mass protests. Do you know the parallels who with Great Britain or are fascinating and There was a massive lament last week. among one of the socialist groups in Great Britain that they had mobilized millions of people to March in the streets against Boris Johnson and they had a mobilized millions of people to sign petitions and they had hundreds of thousands of people contribute money to the effort to defeat. Boris Johnson they had mobilized democracy that I guess I shouldn't say it was the lament that was actually the tweet they had mobilized democracy except they lost they lost the mass protests did not work They haven't worked in this country. I mean mean for God's sakes you you've got the Democrats out there. Doing mass protests against the president for running concentration camps along the southern border. They're not even impeaching for concentration camps it says if if the Democratic leader I don't believe the protesters and that largely is the problem. Here is the Democrats in this country have have they've traded religion for politics so you and I might get up on Christmas morning or go to a Christmas Eve Service yes we. We had a beautiful Christmas Eve. Service at our church and making For Christmas Eve. And everybody's there you do the candle-lighting you seeing Silent Knight if anything has gotten almost two program to this point but it's a wonderful search service in what is the corollary among secular atheists. These days they go mass protests. They they spend their time trying to argue with people at Christmas and that's actually rather off-putting but they also that they. They spend their time in their secular rights protesting. And they don't actually show up and vote or they do and it turns out the public's not aligned with the New York Times and we're going to spend time on this tomorrow. The New New York Times has a deep dive on who Democratic voters are and one of the interesting things is they point out that Democrats on social media are far armour likely to be rich white people who are far left then. Democrats not on social media if you're a democrat. WHO's not on social media? You tend to be more moderate to conservatively oriented. You tend to be more open to the pro-life 'cause you tend to be more likely to be black or Hispanic. You tend to be more likely to be middle class. And that's not translating into into democratic power right now. That's why Joe Biden's got to thread the needle carefully. The problem is though that if Joe Biden goes too far left to rally the Progressives he alienates himself from these other people if he stays with those people he alienates himself from the progressives in it's the progressives who were vocal and social media who are shaping aping the media narrative and then that is why the media narrative is not reflective of America's a whole. Hold that thought tomorrow seriously. We'll get back to this tomorrow. It's a fascinating deep dive. We need to have a great rest of the day..
"new new york times" Discussed on Rocket
"To rockets accelerated conversation underbrush for your usual hostess with the most is is is unfortunately stuck in Seattle with a lot of sickness and we wish that she would feel a lot better and so We wish you while someone we love view. But I am. I'm Christina. Warrants senior cloud advocate at Microsoft and. I am joined as always by Brianna Wu. Democratic candidate for Congress risk and Simone is here in our hearts. This episode. This episode of rocket is brought to you by express. VPN pinged him and Eero all right so horse emotions Bazooka BARF ING. She's missing I guess I did. She see cats cats caused. This could be could be on the flight out Seattle. She was watching The new hot hot Richard Lead. I Envy Henry Cavill full and she was talking about that on twitter. I was like oh no. We're GONNA have to discuss this. She told Lee jumped on my butt. So yeah so we will have hot witcher news next week. I'm sure hot which your news will be next week and as we record this be recording this on Monday the twenty third which is my sister's birthday the second day of Hannukah happy birthday and And two few days before Christmas. So this is the time of year where like there's not a ton of tech news but they're still a lot of fun to be had and so we're going to cover aber Just very briefly. Some updates to the Boeing story that we talked about last week. We're going to talk about The verge had a list of the worst gadgets up the decade the New York Times. Really Fantastic Privacy Investigation that their opinions team did and we're going into a finished things off with some feline catastrophe themed desserts. I love it okay so I up so last week we talked about A Boeing and the various problems have been happening with the seven thirty seven. Max and There was actually a really good article that was semi related. That I'm going to put in the show notes PROPUBLICA looking fantastic investigation into one of the worst maritime disasters that the navy has ever had and it was because of The redesigned the touch screen in you. I in some of the the subs and it would you know it's different than the win situation but it was very interesting to see again. How technology sorts of decisions to try to save money can have really negative consequences so a link that let this breaking news as of this morning as we record this so we were according according to the Monday as I said Dennis Muilenburg? I guess that's how you say his name he has been fired as Boeing's CEO so he is out and basically the company said the David Calhoun. WHO's the chairman? Were will replace a Malmberg on January thirteenth. And until then their chief financial officer Greg Smith will be the interim chief executive officer immediately and basically you know the board kind of stood by him mm for months and months but after the most recent string of bad news and I think probably did it was that he was still up until even like last week. He's promising we're GONNA to get clearance by the end of the year and it's like okay but you're shutting down production temporarily so what is it but Yeah basically He's gone so good news and I saw a tweet and I saw this. I loved it I agreed with it. It's like you know for most people it's like you show up late to your job three times you get fired you know you miss a deadline you get fired. Hundreds of people died because of this in millions and millions of dollars lost. And it's it's really it's surprising. Just how high the bar is for CEO to get fired You Elsa he'll be fine but I'm glad to see some accountability here in Ultima tely. This isn't accountability is not about revenge. It's about making the public. Safer for people are where they could lose their jobs for cutting corners as has been alleged in this case I just think it will lead to a better outcome so happy to see the CNBC. And and obviously. I think that these are problems that weren't just at the CEO's Doing a lot of people and so my only kind of I guess fears like you've got the chairman Ford who's now taking over and you hope that things will change but I do think that if you are. CEO of the company. You're ultimately responsible even if you didn't make all those decisions yourself off of it that's part of why you get paid the big bucks show that is leadership. Alright so I guess our first big story. We're going to talk about the New York Times They did this privacy project. And if you haven't seen it the links are in The the show notes and it's it's really really interesting. How they were able to kind of figure out by where you are at at all times and it's it's basically What bike there's this great kind of digitalization is called you know? Twelve million phones one data sets. You know these are the actual locations. They show it. It's really beautifully done. Visually where you can kind of see where people are like. They were even able to track who they believed to be a secret service. Risk agent based on location data. It's it's really really really scary but it's also I think really important that we see this that we know what type of surveillance is now just kind of part of our general ecosystem. What are your thoughts break? So I think I think you know the New York Times occasionally it's critiqued They don't get everything right. I really feel like this is an example of the times at their absolute best. Charlie wars all Is One of the best reporters over there. Times was very very smart to snatch them up he was at buzzfeed before right. Yeah just a fantastic reporter order very smart and they dug deep into the status at as she said they tracked a person like from this phone data when and found the individual and interviewed. You'd them Edward Snowden had a edge day the cave leaping on this piece talking about how you know Americans did not consent to having everything thing like a device on her body tracks us all the time Open for companies to profit from this is it's really a disturbing point Christina I feel like we we hit the same points week after week we need regulation. We gotta take this seriously. We've got educate ourselves into deny APPs. Location data. It's it's more of that but the New York Times really really put it into a sharp focus here. Yeah I think so. I think that's right and I think the interesting thing. Yeah Editorial Board on the twenty any I wrote something called. Total surveillance is not what America signed up for and one thing. I think there's actually really interesting and excuse me for getting wonky listeners. But the New New York Times like most major newspapers or legacy newspapers still has two different kind of houses so they have the editorial side and then they have Like opinion side and then they had the new side. What's really interesting to me is that this was a product of the deep investigations done on the opinion side? So which is which which is interesting and and there's nothing wrong with that but that's not generally common you generally you generally don't look historically these types of investigations being led. I'm by that part of the newsroom. But that is is really really interesting I think and there as you said Edwards soon had had a piece there. There've been some other kind of follow reporting the Times has done including the thing that was signed by the editorial board saying that. This isn't what's America signed up for and basically asking Congress to make changes to what's Basically regulate the location data industry because we we can say things like okay. Don't give APPs access your location and we can say things like you know. Do these follow these steps in and do you these things but at a certain point. What's scary to me? Is that if you want to participate in modern society. And you don't want to be like the Weirdo Tojo's like I live on the grid and actually I run arch and I'm going to have all my stuff in a really weird way unless you're going to be like really Richard Salman or whatever you can't can't escape all of this stuff is just not possible like Christina. Would you have gotten your last job if you weren't online APP to get real. Of course I wouldn't have ever had ever would I have I would have never gotten job or made friends or career opportunities. You can't functionally exist in the world today off the is just. It's impossible goes to the point. I mean I think what scares me. Is You know you look. We look at China who has like a social credit system and they have other things that are even more invasive than what we have and like you know at the beginning of this decade. That seemed like that was still something that was like Huxley in and the People Usually say are William but usually they actually mean more like you know all this Huxley but you know it seemed like more DYSTOPIA and far off. Now it really. Doesn't you no now. It's like I could see how we could become complacent and get into a place Where Industry and another thing that's kind of forces into solar systems the way they have it in China which is not good but like you know if you want your banks you know they? They want access to things like okay. My Bank for instance Bankamerica's my main bank and their APP wants access to my location all the time and the reason they do is because they wanNA know like if I'm out of the country or in a different location so they can approve using my when I'm using my my credit card now part of me appreciate that because there's nothing more frustrating than having your car declined inclined because they think that you're someplace else but another part of me is like okay even though this is my bank do I actually trust them to have this data and do I trust that it will be both protected or not sold under the guise of you know. Oh we're anonymous someplace else right like you know but this is like a basic basic thing where the that's just your bank. My Bank wants access that information. A lot of people aren't going to question that you want to be not even just having friends getting jobs. There are just certain components and certain things were if you want you live your life these applications in these services. Don't give you the opportunity to opt out like we can all think facebook. We've had a really big year. Where a lot of people all myself most definitely included have either you know deleted it or cease to use it a lot like I'm never on facebook anymore but that's not an option for everyone and in fact you know I think it's hell people? Oh just get rid of those services is really naive and it's actually really coming from a place of privilege that really bothers me because you know the people who you have the option to opt out are usually the people who have money who have other resources and so to me. It seems really unfair to tell people to to to just opt out. Oh I couldn't couldn't agree more also think it's about out I think it's a psychological need for control. Have you ever noticed when someone dies. People always go. How did how? How did it happen? What happened in the reason? Psychologically people do that is they wanNA know if there's endangered. They need to be thinking about so they could be safe so I I. I believe very strongly that when these stories come out and my friends geeks like me Sir saying well change your settings to this and that it's it's about us feeling like we have control control over this inconsistently. If you look at the outcome look at the New York Times Story. Look at the aggregate outcome of these policies. The fact is like the outcome is none of us have privacy and it's just a fact because even if you do the right things you can't trust the people you share your information with or doing the right thing exactly There's there's another story today. I wanted to bounce off with this as one of the top stories in.
"new new york times" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Five five six three they turn turn for two aisles or not. Probably a dinosaur signals only mytalk doc throughout last cinnamon. One eighty eighty almonds left now but I think I have those really good sympathy snores so guess what when four hours I think you're the kind of person who would four four five at least two week time more backwards. You need to earn an old abandoned atmospheric. It's not down though actually everybody who owns guns better the church we seek sanctuary in Mississippi so I think despite that thing that signs poplar Grove road okay go straight here had a slump Graham and trailers on it a little bit closer us mm-hmm Hannon's artist house this is this is where the what's it called. The gun had to be here. Oh my God I'm GonNa connel's. Skulls are hanging. It's not there's a gun shoot out here because this keepdriving actual skulls hanging on offense. That's just ridden integrations. Let's come across Nice. Hey we had a casco on our roof roof. Yeah put it there mm-hmm so it wouldn't bother me as much with a gun next more intimidating. That's where the where the this is where I think that's where they found. The con kind of looks like okay. It's right there. There is on the left that was Susan and I earlier this year as we drove through some of the most beautiful parts parts of the country that I've ever seen looking for all the darkest parts of this terrible double murder we spent that day up and down Poplar Grove Road and cookeville still a a two lane road like it was back in one thousand nine eight looking for the places and people connected to this crime but where Victor Allis House once stood was now a massive beautiful foale villa like home fairly new construction but still at the end of the long driveway that once led to the single-story rancher that burned to ashes on August fifth nine hundred ninety the eight the old dry was gravel but this one gleamed shiny new black asphalt in the sun. The new place is still surrounded by acres of fields and hills in the background slope and climb in the same role information's as they did behind the clubhouse that was one way we identified the place by holding up an old picture sure and lining up the ridge lines of the hills to make sure this was indeed the former crime scene across the road with a Redmond trailers the small house that their sister Peggy lived in with her family stands another gorgeous pinterest where the house rising up three stories into the woods a far cry from the beaten down humble homes that once occupied this land canoe homeowners and new houses but on either side of these homes both East and west to them on Poplar Grove road the same homeowners that live there are nine hundred ninety eight live there today eh and their property Stan unchanged as well. That's why we were able to locate both the bohannon property with a rusty gun attached to a green cord and black flashlight were found on September Seventeenth Nineteen Ninety eight and Mr James Bohannon himself who found that gun twenty one years ago uh-huh uh-huh Hi Welcome to undisclosed this episode four of the State Versus Greg Glance the murder weapon. My Name is Robert Shaw do an attorney and author of the New New York Times bestseller a non story. I'm here with my colleagues Susan Simpson and Colin Miller Hi. I'm Susan Simpson. I'm an attorney Washington. DC and I blog it the smell to hi. This is Colin.
"new new york times" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"Student was terrified and I'd try to who is sure them. Everything would be alright until the point where I lost consciousness. I want it noted for the record. I could have defended myself better physically physically however I felt concern for the student there and I want it that students feel comfortable therefore I took the beating teaching him a lesson. You don't fight back. Take the beating. You did wrong on the road. Do I go to the corner of Crescent. An Oak wouldn't wouldn't smoke a cigarette on the anniversary of every evening that that happened. Yes I do yes. I do go do that and yes. I do reflect upon it by myself. I self it's Cathartic now. We're GONNA get into left hand turns three point turns. Let's talk about them dudes. We read one more article and this is the most important because it was about a guy we really admire. Brad Pitt fought in the New New York Times on sounds good though I mean it's per do funny sounds like a guy who's really got it together. I'm happy to report that Brad Pitt is doing well to more and more every day. This article made me love him to marry me. Just when I pull at the pitcher Alison Third Grade and I forget what movie movie just came out with Brad Pitt was in a movie and he just like Dude when I was in third grade I saw Brad Pitt and I was like this guy's fucking cool. Yes there was some kid it named Jason in my class in his last name was close to mine because we're all sitting pretzel like waiting to go into the classroom and he even knew Brad Pitt was and this guy had a great great quote and he goes Brad Pitt women want him men WanNa be said this in third grade Dude Polaris this Jason Model my mom talking about Brad Pitt but not a she loved Brad Pitt still do she talked about him a lot as well. She loves Brad Pitt and out. You know my mom would get people magazine every every week. I'd read about it. I've read up. Brad is up to not just be like you know but even in recent years though he's just I feel like he's really shown his how deep he is. He's gotten so his reign clarity on his field and with acting to is range. Oh yeah he's he's having a big year. He's got Eddie coming out that could be yeah just really good work and once upon a time in Hollywood maybe his career best work so it's weird to the Brad Pitts having a moment but I kind on it feel like this year could be like best year that he's ever had so far though his hair deserves an academy award for sure fifty five salt yeah pennies hotter than any thirty year old Oh no question and he genuinely seems like he doesn't like he appreciates that he's the hot cool guy but that he's nuts. That's he's still not totally comfortable with it. Yeah the article really makes it seem like he just kind of keeps getting thrusted into the spotlight and he kind of reluctantly is like all right. I know I'm the coolest hottest what is so. I guess I'll be there. Don't want to talk about this. Dude you talk about how these how hot dudes don't always have it that easy. This is a case in point yeah it's it's the burden of their their hotness gives them increased visibility at all times and increased expectations Yup and I think that can really great on people and do not used to get mad had him when he would like do the actor beard career. He put the actor Bruno Miguel. What are you hiding that from us for? Yeah I felt selfish. Let me see fell dead titled Yeah Yeah and you thought he was kind of being spoiled by correct and showing it to us correct like kind of thumbing his knows how I felt the same way he maybe he just needed a break. Yeah I like I like when they talk about his how he grew up with a very stoic dad and that sort of like he's like don't say much Jesse a hard work. Stay strong fight through and now he's getting into emotional vulnerability yeah which like I kind of relate to not to like compare myself to Brad but like 'cause my dad's super stoic and he's just like I'm just GonNa do surgery. Give me a scalpel and I'll fuck and do it but like you know and I was like a house a guy be same way. Stay quiet just keep working and frigging hanged on but I've been learning about emotional Ville vulnerability more or like this year. It's so freeing safe. You can find a combination between the two. I think it's a dynamite calm. 'CAUSE you're getting out of prison. Yeah in your own kind of like a fear like I I went back to my high school this weekend. Yeah I kind of went back to my high school self when I was there yes about the kids and I was back on the same campus and I I got all mixed up and I felt weird and I realized like I was such a pain in the ass when I was a teenager yeah and for a lot of reasons seasons but I think one of the biggest reasons was is that super sensitive and I didn't have any. I didn't feel like I had any place to talk about that. Sensitivity and even feel like I knew how to talk about it like I. I feel like I had a language to talk about it. What words to use fucked me up and then I read about Brad now like fifty five finally being okay with like being a sensitive guy and being afraid and all these different things and feels even Brad Pitt and I'm like no we really do a disservice to like yeah all the dudes that we don't feel like we can we? We don't feel safe being that way. Yeah it is a very pleasurable feeling to like talk about what's D- honesty and like talk about what's going on in good yeah like you process suit so I I sort of internalized all sort of like the opposite reaction Rogers get like I was just quiet our just they'd be like he's he's so shy and I'm like yeah. I have a lot going on. Okay Yeah I would act out of I would run around naked or break something or be loud yeah yeah and you guys guys have remember we did those personality test you have the similar personality or more extrovert introvert makes perfect sense yeah but you're you're making fire points to and and and it said in the article like when he's describing what he's wearing and he's like he has a roomy tattoo a rummy. I don't know his name are you. Am I is the and I looked this up because I was interested in during the article he's a thirteenth century from Persia Islamic Mystic Sufi mystic Pellett and what like his main quotas and I don't know what Brad Pitt has tattooed on his arm. I'm not sure I didn't look that up but it's exactly what you guys are saying. It's like dude. You're saying these moments from your high school childhood. You're saying these difficult times times and you know maybe this is more exaggerated but he's like roomies big close like brick. Keep breaking your heart until it's open and it's like did you people keep you keep having a pet. I don't know if that's his. That's one of the main like when you Google remi quote. That's the first one yeah he's got reading all Benny. I was so afraid to break my heart so that's what mature that's what emotional maturity is. It's you become more comfortable as you get older with kind of who you are and how you react two things and when you're younger. It's so hard to do but you go in not like break your heart. I need to go get dumped but like as in life experience go try things fail a little bit grow from it. Learn you'll become human constant effort thing because like I'm I'm discovering now my relationship that I wasn't like fully letting her in and because of heartbroken all in and be like all right all my stock is with us all the way we're like my whole livelihood on this person but like my my romantic are and then I I was like oh I'm not like I'm not going all the way with it. I'm not fully trusting this because I'm afraid yeah get my heart broken. Dude Yeah it's dude. It's why it's very Taylor I gotta do it. I got to break in there like a kick Marin just cracking habit of one of those things that when you say it now we're like mixed. It's let's make sense. You've got to do it but in the moment it so but if we get ourselves darn it right now then we'll all take this energy and will it will help us do it to the original. We'll do to study do you. Do you know why kick up our so good. 'cause you break right law but there's the honestly there's no better feeling I've learned this a lot in my like a month and a half in sobriety of like personal growth where you can feel yourself like getting like like so when you're able to sort of like switch your point view on like shitty things that happen you know when like heartbreak for example enable be like yeah this sucks and this hurts but this is is making me wiser so like I'm grateful for this pain because now I'm emotional. Intelligence is skyrocketing. Even though Oh i WanNa go you know just play Mario Kart for the rest of my life in the basement and that's fun to do in moderation like the more depressing hiding away. Your life sounds too long any disservice to all the people who want to see you. It's just above the retreating of the basement talking talking to Ya retreating back to comfort. That's Mario Kart four player with your boys in the living room having where hemingway quote I like where he says the world world breaks us all and it makes us stronger in the broken place yeah yeah yes dude. Rumi says we're there where there's an open wound. That's where the light gets in. Yeah says that Jordan had to get beat by the Pistons to come back and be a champion now. You don't win the championship on your first. Go Round. Look at Jaanus this year yeah gotTa to get your ass kicked. Illini learn some lesson than he come back. That's what whenever I get sick. I hate it so much bow mike this is going to make my healthy times ten times better because now I'm like I was sick non healthy and I'm just so amped on life because I have full function totally. You're not taking it for granted you write it speaks to what a ABC's Brad Pitt is the his low point is like the year he produced twelve years. A slave started. That's when I knew I had to change still. We're doing really really so. I'm like dog. You're still crushing it but I appreciate that you WANNA crush it even harder yeah you knew it now. The movies are a little bit better and his performances are a little bit better yeah and then never know article about him from the G. Q. In Two thousand sixteen when he first got sober and he sounds years more clarity now although the differences they were quoting verbatim in that first one so maybe he'd sound sound goofy in this one but he was smart enough not to let them do that this time you can feel his clarity now and you can sort of see it like once upon time in Hollywood would looking at him as opposed to moves from like five years ago and seventeen just see he looks vibrant and healthy yeah.
"new new york times" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"If we can't fight back against political correctness anymore then we're going to have to change and then I think the Republican Party essentially be destroyed because the Republican Party before trump came along was already kind of a Democrat Party in a week you know sauce party. I think you know and trump turned it into the Republican Party. A lot of US wanted to see he. You know we don't have you don't have to like him but he did it. He did every everything. I was afraid of he was going to do he didn't do everything I hoped he would do. He did I mean the guy so who <hes> out outstripped my expectations if he lose the only reason right now to same everything could change of course there's a war depression or whatever but right now he would lose the only reason would be his personality and then we're going to have to figure out a way to fight back without that kind of brashness and I don't know if we can. I think we think we lose the country. I think if he loses this next election we are in for real leftism with a vengeance and so when you ask what the next big thing thing is I think either it's going to be a real triumph for conservatives. I think if trump wins I think we could really have dislike with Reagan. Reagan gave us twenty-five good years. You know nothing lasts forever twenty five good years is the core four of lifetime. You know so that would be beautiful thing if he loses. I think we're in big trouble. I really do know when I think about the it's hard for me to imagine Democrats really doing something different because because they're crazy crazy people in Saint Ain't people do the same thing over again expected result but so. I can't imagine what else they would do different. What I'm thinking is there must be people who are not getting the press who are quiet who are not getting A._O._C. is getting squad? Who have other ideas have different ways of doing it? Listen this stuff. There's something called themselves. Progressive Stuff. They're selling has been failing since the nineteen th century so maybe they come up with new ways of treating people I'm not against. I'm not against a ways of making making sure that the poor <hes> two four and you know the people who are out of work can be taken care of. I'm not against all that that's those are liberal policies that maybe they can come up with some new way besides destroying our economy and certainly this woke stuff has gotta go it to me to me. It is the most racist offensive I mean I would rather read at this point. Seriously I would rather read an APP an actual like we're racist. We hate everybody okay. You're at least you're honest and rather than the New New York Times which tells me that their hatred of everybody is love right rather artist on estate than this garbage. <hes> you know I believe this country I this country is a gift. It's a gift from God. Ought and and I think that <hes> anybody is it's amazing idea that anybody can participate no other countries ever had that idea you know but if you keep tearing us apart and settings against each other I think we've done for yeah and era and I think <hes> maybe they drop that. I as you say I agree with you. They're not there on that same crazy people who intra goes around. I keep seeing the same station. How come I you know but but I don't know maybe this wakes up? You know if trump wins and you and thanks man now. I got that chance stuck in my head when you said this woke stuff is GonNa hey hey this will go. Hey is pretty good. I love we got please remember our conversation is live aww for everyone to watch but only subscribers get to ask the questions. Click the link in our video description to ask questions or sign up so that'd be said we got Nathan Clayton. You mentioned that we can make our moral. We can make moral.
"new new york times" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"We had to charge more. I'm telling you maybe you ought to look into stamps dot com that would do us a favor. <hes> senator I <hes> you might WanNa find you might want to find people that are pulling rolling in double. D who can pay. I always joke is that they don't need US senator. They don't need when it's a victory to break through the margin of error and prove you statistically existed. It's an uphill campaign but I'll tell you the one thing that can beat organization as message so that that's the path for somebody like you which means I would not be shy. I think that's good there you go. That's all the Democrat sketching out the New New York Times he he. He's he's writing the ad down there next thing saying don't be shy so you're having an impact Murphy. Is there anything that would cause you not to be in this race. By the time the Iowa caucuses take place if I thought it couldn't win and I suppose a lot of people are GonNa make those calculations. Everybody's going to have to make their own calculation. I would not have run if I didn't think there was a chance to win and I think the reason why there is a chance to win is that most of this field has <hes> has gotten so distracted by the virtual base of the Democratic Party that exists on the Internet and on twitter that they're ignoring the actual basis Democratic Pradic- party. I mean how you find yourself in a place where you've got climate proposals that the A._F._l.. C._I._O. have to go out of their way to oppose. How'd you find yourself in a place where I sit with guys in unions in Iowa who love of their health insurance and are Democrats and and believe not that Donald Trump's trying to take their healthcare with from them but the Democratic Party is trying to take their healthcare with them that is ridiculous? It is ridiculous that we find ourselves in a position and I don't want Donald Trump to have another term so I'm GonNa try to everything. I can't make sure that doesn't happen. You can't just stamp your feet and hold your breath and hope that things are going to change you have to go out and mobilize the American people around in agenda agenda that unifies at least some of them around the notions that your four and that's hard work. That's different than just you know shooting your mouth off on the cable when the people on the cable agree with everything that you say it's about showing coming up in unexpected places and trying to make give confidence to the American people that that it's worth trying again here. Look I you ask people in my state why they voted for trump they often say because as we wanted to blow the place up and I said to them well congratulations. You succeeded now. What are we going to do to govern the country? What are we going to do to restore? America's place in the world. Are Kids deserve that you know our parents and grandparents did that for us. We need to do it for them and we're not going to do it with this kind of politics. It's not trump. Only trump is a symptom of our problems center. <hes> you said you enjoy you're enjoying yourself out there. <hes> despite the obvious barriers we look forward and more of that to you and we look forward to seeing you next week on that debates day. Thank you for don't blink. Thanks for coming by. Thanks for having me so might think it'd batting around a lot of policy in these debates but there's another kind of policy. That's not nearly as much fun part of adulthood is having to do things you don't really want to do like red eye flights or working late <hes> visiting the in laws and among those getting life insurance but another part of adulthood. I've learned late in life is learning to delegate what you hate and while you can't delegate a visit to the inlaws you can.
"new new york times" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I've spoken too soon because you weren't engaging in conversation with us like a Vamon being job. It was obviously needs to be taken care of. He did win Zombie Zombie movie sure for sure all right congratulations to this. What do I do that for you? I know as a New New York Times contributor on your resume contributor to the New York not contributor and not the tea is already there. How's your twitter bio already? Well Real Garin. I don't want to be associated with that failing industry. We're all I want to be one of the enemy of the people you know. It's a little weird times that all that man does is tweet out lies to his and this fanbase believe it. I know I'm just stating what women say for three years I it's it's unbelievable that he's still doing it. The New York Times Dude it is done with it. He hasn't stopped so that part's plachy arriving but it's unbelievable that as as a society we are now functioning in that mode that that's a okay. I can't believe you didn't hear about the fourth of July thing but I did. I did watch Rachel Maddow and she was talking about the <hes> Oh what was the o the Census Question Decision Yeah and trump's tweet about that and <hes> I don't since only because we've gone down this road a little bit just the fact that he tweeted that it doesn't matter whether the census question ends up on the thing. I think that the people will be afraid. We'll be afraid they're not going to know they will they. They won that round. Yeah it doesn't it doesn't matter yeah weird to me that we're talking so much about tweets and oh that's a good point down to <music>. I heard a song of the drive in today met. The remember made me think of you but I don't think this is one of those that was on your movie theater playlist. The pickup man was that on on a pick up in my. I can't believe I just heard I can't do. I WANNA say it's our boy Joe tiffy okay. Oh is that is that is that Joe jiffy yeah in about a pickup man. I ain't loan amount of pig up man it. It's got a I think it's horrible but it's it's got a hook to it that you're gonNA get roped into. That's so tiffy in general I think he was sort of like the poor man's Toby Keith for a while but his songs are great but at the same time they're like you can pick them apart and just go had junk rock from side rather than the sun is junk but at the same time comes on and go. Hey you know what I can sing along to this and enjoy it. That's kind of what a lot of ninety s country was just like the pop country to an extent that made a lot of people who liked country mad because they're like this isn't country just pop music with Twang Slide Guitar Guitar or whatever uh-huh wherever you want to participate in this slide guitar that of course reminds me of the Peach Schwab of that he witnessed guy talking about during brought up before it you know Michael Jordan at his prime they were talking about the Bulls IOS gave it in this guy was was Jordan key and that gain Oh yes the greatest of all time he may have been involved..
"new new york times" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"The journalists the Santa Cruz Sentinel Surf Right chief aw yeah journalists the H.. F._I._C. H F F F._I._C. which stands for the head motherfucker in charge yeah exactly writing for the world renown <hes> New New York Times. I know the three millimeter a thick Santa Cruz Sentinel Yeah. They're wetsuits in this town much. They could God bless you. Thanks for coming over very welcome so you've so you had you. You're having a lustrous career. As a journalist I went yeah drove in there and then you've got downsized is out and became homeless <hes> yeah right before I became homeless. Yeah I went in there. Go you guys do a homeless guy. You smell not too bad shower. Yeah yeah it doesn't. I can't smell you from here. I smelled you when you came over when we hug roses right now so good yeah. You know who smells way better than us. Angela Yeah brought you along address yeah. It's a bummer. Were not on your lucky did that. Didn't hey listen. I had nothing to do. Member Colonel Klink not see nothing. I know I know nothing I see not that was a great show rate show legendary character yeah legendary character so game yeah I WanNa do a show on surfing skateboarding skateboarding. They go well. We don't do sports. I got what you should because you're in the middle of pleasure point as T._C._U.. Always said to me this town you know put on one arm and you booming a skateboard under the other Amen Hallelujah and if you don't start doing a show with an have an infusion of younger people ten ten twenty years from now or audience is going to be dead yeah or sooner or sooner Yeah Jack Shit. You've got nothing yeah so we said well. We'll try it. We'll give it try this. This is how they pitch big movies in Hollywood. I think so that was the whole thing was a fiasco. How the hell things have GASCO from the get-go from the beginning yeah? It's a continuous ongoing fiasco. Do you want to know what happened. What happened so they go but you need let you gotTa have at least five or six co hosts at five six? Why don't you five or six a bunch of surfers and skaters? You're not going to show up and we can have a bunch of dead air as a problem Mike. I'm I'm Englishman. I show up no now. We don't care homeless Bingo plus. I look homeless. Remember what was that they don't do that movie <hes>. What was the movie Angela? That was the comedy about fashion with Kabila Zoo lander. Do you remember yeah. You're you're. You're the SUPERMODEL for Darah leak. That was the clothing line it would fired by homeless. People remember that you're that you're you're the modeled old derelict fact is a friend of mine. I told you this. She says what she calls me. As a friend of my shoes to Santa Cruz waves Yvonne Fox she does photographer here in town and at one time I tried it. I tried to show up at a party with a suit on but had been didn't hit the mouse had gotten to the caller the mouse what mouth to mouth in the house loss it yeah but a mouse can eat Appel. Yeah I try to hide it with a with a flower yeah yeah. She busted me. She's like what the fuck you deal with not a flower what the Fox behind the flour and so that's just because just you and in fact you know what you are. You're Hobo Chic. Yes exactly what I'm saying Hobo she yes yes. The late on the late on the sheikh part Bonnie socks those are good socks. Though I like jazzy socks by the way I got some legends a loser socks for you. Yeah yeah from Johns crazy socks yeah the officials supplier we started with like I said to tease said to T._C.. WAITING TO BE MY CO-HOST WHY don't you pick Angela and T._C.. Was the host of my dog show that he used to have you look. We mean you had a dog show..