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WHO: COVID-19 falling everywhere, except Americas and Africa

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

WHO: COVID-19 falling everywhere, except Americas and Africa

"The the the the world world world world health health health health organisation organisation organisation organisation has has has has said said said said that that that that new new new new coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases have have have have continued continued continued continued to to to to fall fall fall fall worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide except except except except for for for for in in in in the the the the Americas Americas Americas Americas and and and and Africa Africa Africa Africa in in in in its its its its weekly weekly weekly weekly pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic report report report report the the the the UN UN UN UN health health health health agency agency agency agency said said said said about about about about three three three three point point point point five five five five million million million million new new new new cases cases cases cases have have have have been been been been reported reported reported reported worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide that that that that week week week week which which which which represents represents represents represents a a a a twelve twelve twelve twelve percent percent percent percent drop drop drop drop in in in in cases cases cases cases likewise likewise likewise likewise over over over over twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand deaths deaths deaths deaths were were were were reported reported reported reported globally globally globally globally that's that's that's that's a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five percent percent percent percent drop drop drop drop on on on on the the the the previous previous previous previous week week week week the the the the downward downward downward downward trends trends trends trends reported reported reported reported infections infections infections infections began began began began in in in in March March March March however however however however many many many many countries countries countries countries have have have have stopped stopped stopped stopped once once once once protesting protesting protesting protesting in in in in surveillance surveillance surveillance surveillance programs programs programs programs making making making making an an an an accurate accurate accurate accurate count count count count of of of of cases cases cases cases extremely extremely extremely extremely difficult difficult difficult difficult the the the the NE NE NE NE region region region region twenty twenty twenty twenty cases cases cases cases have have have have increased increased increased increased our our our our in in in in Africa Africa Africa Africa which which which which is is is is experiencing experiencing experiencing experiencing a a a a twelve twelve twelve twelve percent percent percent percent rise rise rise rise and and and and in in in in the the the the Americas Americas Americas Americas which which which which has has has has seen seen seen seen a a a a jump jump jump jump of of of of fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen percent percent percent percent the the the the W. W. W. W. H. H. H. H. O. O. O. O. director director director director general general general general warned warned warned warned during during during during a a a a press press press press briefing briefing briefing briefing this this this this week week week week that that that that the the the the rising rising rising rising cases cases cases cases of of of of more more more more than than than than fifty fifty fifty fifty countries countries countries countries highlights highlights highlights highlights of of of of opportunity opportunity opportunity opportunity of of of of this this this this virus virus virus virus I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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UK Conservatives lose London strongholds, in blow to Johnson

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

UK Conservatives lose London strongholds, in blow to Johnson

"Persons persons persons persons reading reading reading reading Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Party Party Party Party has has has has suffered suffered suffered suffered losses losses losses losses in in in in its its its its Q. Q. Q. Q. London London London London strongholds strongholds strongholds strongholds in in in in recent recent recent recent local local local local elections elections elections elections the the the the losses losses losses losses will will will will pile pile pile pile more more more more pressure pressure pressure pressure on on on on to to to to British British British British prime prime prime prime minister minister minister minister Boris Boris Boris Boris Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson is is is is already already already already struggling struggling struggling struggling with with with with ethics ethics ethics ethics scandals scandals scandals scandals and and and and a a a a west west west west ning ning ning ning economic economic economic economic outlook outlook outlook outlook voting voting voting voting took took took took place place place place with with with with thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of seats seats seats seats in in in in more more more more than than than than two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred local local local local councils councils councils councils throughout throughout throughout throughout parts parts parts parts of of of of the the the the U. U. U. U. K. K. K. K. once once once once the the the the votes votes votes votes were were were were to to to to decide decide decide decide who who who who will will will will be be be be responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for local local local local issues issues issues issues it it it it also also also also gives gives gives gives an an an an important important important important meeting meeting meeting meeting of of of of public public public public opinion opinion opinion opinion ahead ahead ahead ahead of of of of the the the the next next next next national national national national election election election election which which which which must must must must be be be be held held held held by by by by twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four the the the the main main main main opposition opposition opposition opposition Labour Labour Labour Labour Party Party Party Party which which which which has has has has been been been been out out out out of of of of power power power power nationally nationally nationally nationally since since since since twenty twenty twenty twenty ten ten ten ten one one one one control control control control of of of of one's one's one's one's worth worth worth worth bonnets bonnets bonnets bonnets Westminster Westminster Westminster Westminster three three three three London London London London boroughs boroughs boroughs boroughs long long long long held held held held by by by by the the the the conservatives conservatives conservatives conservatives Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas London London London London

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Taliban cancels girls' higher education despite pledges

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Taliban cancels girls' higher education despite pledges

"Can the sun's readers have decided not to allow girls to study in school about the sixth grade the unexpected decision comes at the start of the new school year in Afghanistan the decision re next on the group's previous promise and shows a shift away from the international community in an effort to appease the hardline base the move is bound to disrupt Taliban efforts to win recognition from potential international tennis at the time when the country is mired in a west ning humanitarian crisis a Taliban spokesman said the decision was made the night before and does not mean schools will be closed to girls above the six grade four Alfa I'm Karen Thomas

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"ning" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"ning" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

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"ning" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"ning" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"Coaching double down on working with the clients. I liked to work with the number one cloud of other ones and amid a lot more money that way and and i started releasing products but there were products that i like in that. I wanna do like coaching products. Out right that sort of thing. So that's kind of the space. I'm in now as opposed to. Let's pick a random thing that i think will get me rich and i'm going do it for that and now more about like. Do i like this not like this. Don't want to spend a significant amount of my life slash. Work time thinking about doing it. You know so yeah. that's kind of. That's not a story interesting. I you know. I love the fact that you you were able to kind of recognize it. I'll i know a lot of people who kind of go into like six figure debt. And they're like no. It's going to work. it's gonna work. You just keep kind of throwing money at it and then there's there's enjoyment factor. There's also like you know. What skills are you lagging. What can you get somebody else on board i. I've you know i'm a. I'm an entrepreneur as well. I have been for a long time. And the stuff that i like to do. kinda brings in the money gets to sales in everything else what. I've actually started doing his hiring people for it although It is one of the things that i i like. The least is like managing people for stuff that. I don't really know too much about because what do i do this. I'm like i don't know that's my hired you. I don't know anything but ops you do. It felt hard. Yeah managing people. I find it. it's just it's always been the hardest thing. I can slam out social media staffer figuring stuff out in terms of like different parts of the business when it when it comes to people. I'm like why is this. Take ten minutes. It should take you like one minute. Why does this. I just 'cause it's everybody's different they learn differently and it's such a you know when you own a business..

"ning" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"ning" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"I have a special guest. His name is namely ning is A member of copy accelerator so we connected through the group but we also connected through various business dealings Name has a very interesting story. He's a copywriter. Offer owner and just an now a copy coach so he's got a lot of knowledge about all the different aspects of direct response. I thought this was going to be a great episode to have For everybody that's kind of getting into copy and getting into owning offer so thank you so much for joining us. It's a pleasure awesome. So ning i i mean for everybody that's not. I know you're a superstar. And i know that a of people know you bought. I just want you to kind of in your words and and just tell our audience a little bit about you know who you are and what you do so i started in the direct response. Copyrighting game maybe like seven years ago or something. I study under dan ferrari in earn wing. Who are to kind of the top financial copywriters around and back. Then we were part of the copywriting agency called dig in and we wrote copy mostly for bora and different factions of gora. So i trained them for maybe two to three years. Before i got to paleo hacks and i got to is probably about four years ago. So twenty seventeen. I believe and start working with a cynic and the team there and our team has grown a lot since then in right around. That is kind of when i started copy. Coaching copy coaching for johannesen and copy. Our is business copy. Our that teaches education for copywriters. So i started coaching For them and then recently in the past two years or so a day decent. Might gary paid for to be in topic software so i can help make more money. And then and then recently defendant. Justin asked me to be one of the one copy coaches for accelerator so I guess and then. That's kind of where i am today. So i have what i would say is different about me is that i've coached over. One hundred fifty Different writers. I've seen over five hundred different promos every single nishi. You can possibly think of I've gotten massive reps just from coaching for the past four years. And of course some people to great success Look mills was one of my students. John fisher have students who are in copy accelerator. Now and yeah..

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American Exceptionalism Is a Real Thing

The Dan Bongino Show

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

American Exceptionalism Is a Real Thing

"American exceptionalism is a real thing It's not some nonsense pseudo patriotism some fake nationalism any of that stuff It is real People who come here and who have come here and were born here and succeed here do so because of the American ethos of freedom and liberty They don't like being under the yoke of tyranny They don't like government telling them what to do That's why they're here That's why people succeed here There is something different about America It is exceptional not ne Obama Greeks or exceptional to Greeks are great They're wonderful I love Greece America is different

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"The Audience is the Star" - Social Global Radio - Ryan Star CEO of Stationhead on Social Audio and the Evolution of Media Creators - Voicebot Podcast Ep 223 - burst 05

The Voicebot Podcast

01:04 min | 11 months ago

"The Audience is the Star" - Social Global Radio - Ryan Star CEO of Stationhead on Social Audio and the Evolution of Media Creators - Voicebot Podcast Ep 223 - burst 05

"The power station arriving social global radio and what happens. Is you know the the audience is is is is is cases the star in some of the audience listening engaging and interacting much like the successful twitch gamer right like their community there so much a part of the content. And that's ne- really gets exciting. Where again it's not just one. I have a microphone. Nama star out too many rate we're finding or these deeply music says communities or were top obsessed communities coming here connecting and they become part of the conversation because it is live because you can call somebody up because you can see in the chat was talking about or taking requests so it's really this social experience that bonds people in the way that i've only experienced You know on the road might just moments with mike most important fast.

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"ning" Discussed on Cyber Work

Cyber Work

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"ning" Discussed on Cyber Work

"Was saying you know we. They gave us feedback. What they like what they don't like so that happens all the time and And then we also work closely with our customers who are enterprise organizations who are government and they all have this challenging job of training people to be able to do the to do the job they have openings or so i hear loud security managers. They actually go out. Bouncer training for people not necessarily on their team because by doing so they in barge the pool of candidates that they can identify as somebody who can do the job which they have an opening for so there are just a lot of things that people in. This industry are already so creative in trying to solve the the skill gap problem. You know that the lack of talent. So that's why. I wanted to say to your to your listeners. Right you wanna get into this face. Just put yourself out there and learn and really learn for the right reason and then get involved with the community. Share your learning write blogs because you never know who will notice you and that is how opportunities knocks on your door. No energy expended his ever gone gone to waste. I don't think so. This has been a great talk. And i i wanna thank you for your time. One last question if our listeners want to know more about or offensive security work in the online we have our. Our website is offensive. Security offensive dash security dot com or offset dog com. That's our website. We have a pretty active a twitter account. We announce a lot of things that they're obviously linked in so follow us and find out more and we have a lot of exciting things coming up. We'll ming thank you so much for joining us today..

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"ning" Discussed on Cyber Work

Cyber Work

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"ning" Discussed on Cyber Work

"Today on cyber work we have a great conversation with ning long. Ceo of offensive security in which we speak about learning to be white hat hacker. We talk about her transition from physics into cyber education. The rigors of.

Taliban take districts in NE Afghanistan from fleeing troops

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban take districts in NE Afghanistan from fleeing troops

"The Taliban have made further gains in northern Afghanistan catching several districts tempting Afghan forces more than three hundred off campus now fled into neighboring Tajikistan as Taliban fighters it falls towards the border the Taliban have made significant strides Toronto canister on Addison's president Biden announced the end to the country's parental war in mid April now the Taliban control roughly a third of all four hundred and twenty one districts and districts centers in Afghanistan many blame Taliban successes on the poor morale of Afghan troops are mostly out number them without the supplies I'm Karen Chapman S.

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Taliban Seize Districts in NE Afghanistan From Fleeing Troops

BBC Weekend

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Taliban Seize Districts in NE Afghanistan From Fleeing Troops

7 Texas Officers Fired After Marvin Scott's Death in Jail, NE of Dallas

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

7 Texas Officers Fired After Marvin Scott's Death in Jail, NE of Dallas

"Demanding answers in the death of a young man in jail on a marijuana charge after a suspected illegal chokehold taken to a hospital after police say was erratic behavior cleared for transfer to jail in McKinney, Texas, 26 year old Marvin Scott Mason Spit up cost association Lee Merritt, the Scott family attorney, similar to George Floor, There was another officer who find on top Mr Scott the place to me in order to hold him down. Scott died, seven officers were fired. Another resigned. Scott's family

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Construction of mixed-use development in Allen, NE of Dallas, underway

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Construction of mixed-use development in Allen, NE of Dallas, underway

"Include space for new offices, retail, a hotel, a fleet of restaurants and residential units, president of Jericho developer Bruce Heller says they will also use some of the space to create parks walking and by trails in the lake, he says, this will have great economic impact for the city of Alan has done. It is probably bringing another $1.5 billion of real estate values to the city of Allen's, and that not only benefits the city, but the school district, Collin County and everybody else's. Collects taxes off of it and said to be complete summer of next year again the high Today 68. It is 68 degrees. This news also

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The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda

"The city of ever it removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge couples Eric Hynes reports It was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner Place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking rain view drive in a couple of hours. And on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome, and Everett, no place for hate stickers promoting the group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. Said. He says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit

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Gilford and Sanders: Solving the Unsolvable

The Doodler

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Gilford and Sanders: Solving the Unsolvable

"Knicks. That was the name san francisco cops used. For cases they considered unsolvable the kind of cases that would get hung on new investigators in nineteen seventy four two inspectors in the homicide department were famous for actually solving them rotate guilford and earl sanders wore rimmed glasses. He had attentive is a bright smile. Earl was stout all muscle in a mustache earl and rotate a work like the rest of the guys in their department and not just because they were the only black detectives throw in. My dad is people on the sanders. Son marcus really their secret sauce because people tell them to rotate told me during one if ne-new more criminals than we knew police could fall the homicide in all. Just criminals actually liked earl mutasa. They didn't bust people unless they were directly related to a homicide and that built them trust and connections all over. The city is informative everywhere. Used to have a remember. The shoeshine guy that we would go when i was a kid over here near the old Reasonable joe's you would tell you for dinner and the guy was in saying man. Let me tell you what i know. This was especially true in the black communities of san francisco. People would tell them things. They wouldn't tell the white cops that's how they built a reputation for solving the unsolvable the round necks

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Bicyclist Killed In Irwindale Hit-And-Run Crash, NE Of Los Angeles

Leo Laporte

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Bicyclist Killed In Irwindale Hit-And-Run Crash, NE Of Los Angeles

"News from a 21 year old man from Lapuente has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, manslaughter and hitting run after a bicyclist was killed in Irwindale. It happened at Foothill and Huntington Drive. Just after one this morning. The bicyclist died at the scene. Police tracked the guy down and arrested him a short time later, while driving in West

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City of Everett, NE of Seattle, to house homeless in ‘Pallet’ shelters

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

City of Everett, NE of Seattle, to house homeless in ‘Pallet’ shelters

"Will go ahead with plans to house up to 30 Unsheltered people in locally built emergency housing units known as palate shelters on the Ark Lina Vil and sterilize a bill which is really helpful in light of the current Coben crisis. Amy King, chief executive of Everett based Palate, the Herald reports. The City Council has approved the $1 million Pilot project under one condition. The city also passed a law prohibiting on housed people from loitering on public space surrounding the site.

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Two People Injured In Fort Lauderdale Shooting, NE Of Miami

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Two People Injured In Fort Lauderdale Shooting, NE Of Miami

"To get into the middle of what's believed to be a family fight. A teen is critically hurt in an older man is recovering from a gunshot wound. After cops rushing to call about a shooting at a Fort Larnell home hear shots themselves. Officers immediately encountered a female suspect with a firearm. They gave her orders to drop that firearm at which time she complied. The woman was taken into custody and the herd were taken to the hospital. Fort Lauderdale assistant police chief Frank Souza says there were other Children the home at the time, but none was hurt. This is believed to be a domestic incident. Air correctly Guess news

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55 and counting: Harvey Rothenberg of Boca Raton, NE of Miami, has attended every Super Bowl

Mission Possible

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

55 and counting: Harvey Rothenberg of Boca Raton, NE of Miami, has attended every Super Bowl

"Heads to his 55th Super Bowl, Harvey Rothenberg says he's gone to every single one of them going back to 1967 when the Super Bowl didn't even have its name. Yet what was called The N F L F L World championship game, and they played it in Los Angeles the first game, and if you're wondering, he also told CBS 12. Those tickets cost just $10. That year. The Boca Raton man used to take four of his best friends. Harvey will attend the game in Tampa with one member of that original group, along with three off their grandkids. Same time

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Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Foundation Food Group Plant Kills 6 In Gainesville, NE of Atlanta

Atlanta Living

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Foundation Food Group Plant Kills 6 In Gainesville, NE of Atlanta

"Plant in game Still now the Chemical Safety board will be giving a news briefing this afternoon. Six workers were killed. But we're still hospitalized person who could potentially be frozen from liquid nitrogen, killing emergency calls made in the moments after the leak at the foundation food plant. There are reports that employees and notified management on Wednesday about a liquid nitrogen leak at the foundation Foods plant, but plant leadership declined to shut the plant down to fix the issue. West Georgia police chief An

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6 Killed After Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Georgia Poultry Plant, NE Of Atlanta

Charlie Parker

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

6 Killed After Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Georgia Poultry Plant, NE Of Atlanta

"Poultry plant in Georgia experienced a liquid nitrogen leak, killing six people Thursday morning. The incident happened at foundation food groups of prepared food facility in Gainesville. That's a city about 50 miles to the northeast of Atlanta. It's known for its thriving poultry industry. This particular plant processes chicken products for restaurants and other food services. OSHA and the Georgia Fire Marshal's office are on scene to determine what caused the fatal accident. The victims include maintenance workers, super Advisors and managers. 130 other employees were evacuated to a safe location. Several first responders were treated for exposure. Liquid nitrogen is nonflammable, but it's vapor is extremely cold and can cause frostbite. I damage and in high concentrations asphyxiation. About a dozen people were taken to the hospital after the

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At least 6 dead, 3 in critical condition after liquid nitrogen leak at Georgia plant, NE of Atlanta

Hammer and Nigel

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

At least 6 dead, 3 in critical condition after liquid nitrogen leak at Georgia plant, NE of Atlanta

"Chemical leak of a food processing plant in Georgia and people have been killed. Fox is heaven. Brown reports. At least six people are dead after a leak of liquid nitrogen was discovered at the prime packed food processing plants in Gainesville, Georgia, northeast of Atlanta. It was the leak of unknown calls that has occurred in the system here. The calls will remain under investigation Zak bracket with the fire department in Hall County, Georgia, as there were no explosions or fires. Other employees are hospitalized in many others evacuated. They also are keeping vehicle traffic away from the scene.

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"ning" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ning. It's eight o'clock. I'm Jamie West, the former director of Arizona's Health Department is weighing in on the possibility Jim's movie theaters and other closed businesses could get Tau open this week. I actually think the defence marks that they created are pretty reasonable one. I think they were aggressive enough to be meaningful. Then after we check in with detour. Dan is an agent of beasts for liver, which you deal with a Max, Mass exodus along the Gulf Coast is a half million people are told. Oh, flee before Laura hits Now forecast to be a catastrophic category four hurricane Well, said the latest from the Republican National Convention, But first Corona virus in Arizona America County expected to hit a moderate level of spread tomorrow, meaning businesses can reopen at a reduced capacity and without a waiver as benchmarks are mad, and businesses start to reopen. The spotlight is on enforcement of safety measures. Characterise director of Arizona's Health Department is previously warned about what will happen if businesses don't follow the rules. If there is a complaint or somebody notices that they're not. They're not mandating physical distancing. They're not requiring the masks in the facility they could call local law enforcement or the local health department. Dr Chris says businesses will be given the opportunity to comply, but if they don't they could be shut down. Doctor Krista is going to be joining the MIC Broom head show in about a half hour here, our state's former health director says Arizona must come down on those businesses that don't follow the rules. There's Jim crosses live in Phoenix with Mohr Negative director with ears and a Public health association says they're Arizonans are looking for specific enforcement details that make a meaningful statement. They should be able to tell you exactly what it entails. How to file a complaint. But the phone number is what website to go to complain. Who's going to follow up with that complaint and what authority they'll have to make changes? Humble says. If we open up the bars and nightclubs without a compliance system in place, we could see a repeat of June. Win cases of grown of our skyrocketed era's done after the state we open in mid May live in Phoenix jump cross our news. You'll find these stories and others related to the pandemic at dot com slash corona virus. Right now, though, Let's get you to work Get you? Ah, school wherever you're going right now, Detour. Dan is live in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center about too many problems out there. I hope pretty mild starting to the eight o'clock hour. We've got a stalled vehicle in the downtown West Finite 10 of Seventh Avenue exit around but in the exit ramp, and it is blocking those but blocking the farthest right lane, so simple state left and you're going to get around just fine. However, there are a couple of crashes out there 43rd Avenue at I can Seventh Street, north of Hatcher, and we've got a closure east of the Valley. The US 60 is closed again. East and westbound east of Globe. This is due to a pretty big brushfire Gonna want to try the state road 87 North up to the 2 60. You can take to 60 east. That'll bring you back to the 60. But that is a very long detour, sir. Pack a lunch there. Also, you're going to get a new crash here. No North bound 101..

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"ning" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ning Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president, she said quote There is no vaccine for racism. How did the speech sounds too to political pros on morning edition from NPR News. What happened to a Russian opposition leader as he boarded a flight from Moscow. David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. His name is Alexei Navalny and a spokesperson contends this critic of Vladimir Putin was poisoned. Also this hour, we meet a family that has to get by without receiving stimulus payments. And what happens to all the plastic in the ocean? A study found Just how much is floating beneath the surface of the water? It is Thursday, August 20th, NBC's al broker is 66 years old. Today theme news is next. Line from NPR News in Corvo Coleman, California Senator Kamala Harris has accepted the Democratic vice presidential nomination, becoming the first woman of color to run on a major party ticket. During the third night of the online Democratic National Convention, Harris excoriated President Trump's handling of the US response to the Corona virus pandemic. Donald Trump's failure of leadership has cost lives and livelihood, Sze If you're a parent struggling with your child's remote learning Or you're a teacher struggling on the other side of that screen, you know? What we're doing right now is not working former President Barack Obama double down and his remarks, noting that more than 170,000 people have died of covert 19 in the US President Trump fired back on Twitter again claiming without evidence the Obama administration spied on his campaign tonight at the convention, Joe Biden will accept the Democratic nomination for president. Earlier on Wednesday, President Trump complimented followers of a baseless conspiracy theory known as Cuban on, he says they love their country followers have been linked to racism and violence. NPR's Asia, Roscoe reports that Trump recently congratulated Republican candidates who support the conspiracy theory. President. Trump says he does not know much about Naina. But he says that those that believe in it like him a lot, and he appreciates that. That theory alleges that Trump is working to save the world from a secret satanic cults of pedophiles and cannibals. Haven't heard that. But Is that supposed to be a bad thing or good.

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"ning" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ning, Margo Moreno with our top stories and traffic and weather together, not all tests of the same when it comes to testing for the Corona virus. Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says consumers need to do their homework. There's two categories, right there's the swab, which is do I have active? These? That's not an antibody test. Okay, so if you don't have symptoms by large Anyway. Having this swab is relevant to see if you were just recently contaminate, which is highly unlikely. That's different than antibodies. So any bodies are like you get the flu shot. You build up a defence develop antibodies that shows you've been exposed and our bodies will fight things off, and you never know exactly how effective anybody's. They're going to be, because every human beings different Now there's a ton of different antibody testing. You're gonna have to do a little more homework. Basically, you should ask your lab what antibodies test for because there's more than one and you should ask them what they use. For more information, Visit Cove in test Virginia dot com. Or call any lab tests now at 7034446633 To yesterday tied a record for the date last set in 2000. Today's high temperature near 100 record 23 an outside shot again Clouds this afternoon tonight some cloud 76 Tomorrow. Sonny Clouds 99 weekend hot, dry highs in the mid nineties. Next chance of rain. Not until early next week. I'm meteorologist race digit from the Weather Channel, San Antonio's official weather station. Who's ready for 1200 W away. I Our top story Governor Greg Abbott says another shutdown won't be needed if Texans would consistently where facemasks. What I want.

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"ning" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on WTVN

"Ning Schools reopen vice president Pence went to Louisiana where Democratic Governor John Bell Edwards tentatively plans to open on time. This is what the situation demands and we're going to reopen our schools. Lord willing on time. Andi, We're going to do that in just about a month From now, A number of schools say public health guidelines won't allow on time. Pence believes the guidelines of flexible to be very clear. Wei don't want CDC guidance to be a recent way. My people don't reopen their schools. We're going to respect whatever decisions are made on campuses. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to begin unveiling a pandemic relief package as soon as next week. He suggests it'll include new funding for school re openings and some unemployment benefits. The president used what was supposed to be a news conference to attack Joe Biden, China and Democrats. The president spent most of a scheduled news conference not taking questions but attacking rival candidate Joe Biden and revisiting the Ukraine Hunter Biden issue that led to his impeachment. But Hunter Where's Hunter? Where is Hunter? By the way? Hunter Biden the president. Repeating campaign rally themes at the White House Rose Garden after canceling what may have been a similar speech in New Hampshire. And if told ABC News Washington Primary Election Day in Alabama, where former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville defeated former senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Republican Senate primary Somerville to take on Democrat Doug Jones in November in Maine. Sara Gideon won the Democratic Senate primary tonight. We're one step closer. To making that change. And I'm proud to be the Democratic nominee for U. S. Senate. Sara Gideon will take on four term Republican Senator Susan Collins in the fall..

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"ning" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Ning to one what was a good to investors so as we head towards the new year what is emerging what has been emerging is the gold and silver in the oils and commodities what's been submerging is hard dollar against other currencies what has been rallying is yield on the long ends what is extended to the upside our financials and technology of all stripes are and will be watching we think the biggest risk right now is in technology financial because just because they're so expensive and are prone to being pulled back but I've seen nothing in the way of worrisome selling just yet even though we've had a couple little leaky days transports continue to willfully on the perform the Dow dusted we've been telling you for ever we do not believe in the Dow theory which means the transports have to go along with the down the Russell two thousand finally and by the way the transports of never moved above the intermediate term range let alone the old highs the Russell two thousand finally broke above the intermediate term range but never got to the old highs so that still in the performing in a big way but a little bit better watch the oils because they're very on their own and under loved but we still really don't see a lot of leadership in there except like some of the refiners the the ship the shipping and all that crap but definitely much better tone in a bunch of things coming up the right site we are amazed by apple that it can be up a hundred percent from last year as earnings and sales are down and we almost feel like apple may be kind of like a money market just just.

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"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

XX|LA Architects Podcast

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

"It was a heady time. So what what have you studied before. I'm going program. I did a visual environmental studies. Degree thesis was paintings. But i was sort of take. I went to harvard as an undergrad. And i was taking all the seminars at the gst so i was very very. Let's say a theory person very big on theory. And then i felt like i was getting to be too much of theory. 'cause i knew i was gonna go to grad school later and i took a year off and went to a in london and just did studio a little theory and that was really crazy and radical. And that's actually. What made me come to sark. Because they're like well. If you do this more go there. Don't don't stay. Don't stay in the boring old east coast. That's so interesting. Best best choice i ever made. Actually i studied in london before. I went to bartlett of my friends. Went to a and everything their schools in nearby and Yeah it's definitely more like guard. Way of teaching i think Do think like you know to be creative person to be an architect. You have to like the box and You know like that's how you get the most adjective ideas but definitely like i think he bought more like settled urban issues. Something that you know. I could try spend my eggs into and those things are like a huge concern as well. Well if you think about the the history of on guard ideas and in architecture like cool haas thesis project at the. I think was that massive wall project. That was kind of a it was a lot of seventy is even like the people who started tire was really radical critique was what the content was sort of theoretically it was really criticizing status quo of high modernism. Let's say wait shoe architecture firms by often positing ideas that weren't necessarily like a utopian concept but often not dystopia but kind of the extreme project that would then criticize the status quo. And that i think is what a lot of different projects do in this thesis group that you're not necessarily a fully vetted affordable housing project on the corner of pico union. But it's it's kind of like well what if you know. How do we bring pleasure back to space. How do we how do we create spaces. That may be public. That may also be different things to different people were not just reiterating. Some kind of you know five rules of architecture corbusier or the international code of modernism blah blah blah thing that leads to superstructures that that I think it is generally an act of resistance to create even a completely playful sure it stands in such contrast to what we see around us getting built quite a lot and i think the challenge after school is how do you retain that kind of what do you call it that protective vision content and bring it into the built for world so that it does it may actually have that greater effect in the long run and i think you have a generation of people who are thinking about this differently that will affect the end result of the built environment that we actually occupy. Wrap up. i think it do. Do you have any closing comments on on the topic of how we can of keep our ideas in this type of in this type of difficult profession. Where we have to mitigate so many factors. I guess i do. I feel that it would be very useful to work on this issue of spin and in fact to use the kind of back and forth with say input from other parts of. Let's see the factors that are making the built environment to find find of space for this to start to grow in the in the built world. I think you know we've already had a generation of projects that are kind of more in the pavilion sensor kind of operating in the art world or sometimes the public art sense like ben ball. And gaston nogues who are also fire. Grads are making like this amazing sort of things in la airport where it goes into buildings and like the cut of complexity of buildings. It's going to be the next frontier and i. i do think it is useful to start to work out. You know whether it be on paper or in writing as well as illustration how these things can actually function in a way that is improving people's lives because that once you have a good argument for this is actually improved. Something it might change the city. It might change my be an inexpensive way of creating a kind of phenomenal play area. Whatever it is that those that that that sort of interaction with let's call it. The real and parentheses is really useful. And that that that is i think the part that we kind of have to start to equip ourselves with in a post academic sense when you're out of school that's that's where a lot of the power lies and you if you look around like a lot of people who are building stuff that's interesting have figured out a way to argue for these issues that we are all carrying about in a way that they can also get someone essentially pay them to build that in real life and that that seems like impossible. It's really not i think. A lot of it is literally rhetorical kind of thoughtful in terms of open to thinking about that interaction with you know how cities work and how buildings get built. Well thank you so much. Thank you very much woohoo. And that's our show. I really enjoyed being part of sire. Spin room as nerve wracking as it can be to be taped live. It was really inspiring for me to hear about practitioners who have taken their academic work and really have links to their professional work. I think barbara's advice about learning to speak about our projects and convinced people about why we should build them is so crucial. I'm your host audrey sato and today's guests were winning ning louis. Christie bali and barbara bester. Many thanks to them for participating. In this live conversation. I would also like to thank olenin manfredini and florencia pita for inviting me to participate and fill logan and his team at sei ark for doing such a great job with the film and audio recording. You can find me at execs dash. La dot com or at execs. La podcast on social media. Thanks for listening..

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"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

XX|LA Architects Podcast

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

"For a project right. I i'd say my partner kilian is still very much trying to figure that out. I think though. I mean i. I've been in love with architecture for a very long time since since a child in a way since i was a child and i think that's what maybe helps me to navigate between to practice and teaching because i think in both realms. I have a responsibility to help. People imagine things that they have not seen before and i think while that's different in the academic context you're trying to sort of raise the bar and teach skills and techniques and all of those things i think when you're working with a client in an ideal scenario. They've also they've come to you for services. They need to get a project through permitting and they. They need to provide a coffee shop in the type of projects. I've been working on right now. Are of smaller scale into client. Needs all those things but there are also moments where you hope that they also are looking to you for some level of expertise that you could help them imagine what is an empty cavity as something that they know the things they need in it but they don't necessarily have an image of how those things are going to work together and so i think that if i try to remind myself that my job in teaching and my job and working with clients is to just help them imagine things and help them have a vision that they didn't have before that makes it easier for me to not have to make such a huge distinction in terms of what my responsibility is as an architect. I mean i hope. I get to keep doing it for a long time. A really nice to be able to do the balance between the two. So yeah. that's great. Yeah so in the teaching process. I think the way that you were talking about your work. You have a partner who you're working with clients and in in some of your research work as well. It's very collaborative and i know you were talking earlier. That in one of your other projects. You're working collaboratively as well so. I think you know how how does that. The recognition that architecture has become much more of a collaborative rather than a singular genius. How how is that sort of shaped how you approach teaching and how you approach practice really. I could maybe feel that one in the senate back to nature tire. They work on a lot of team projects which prepares them. I think quite well and i encounter with being was part of a team project but i think in terms of my my own practice i did. I've teamed up with a fantastic architect. Kelly bear about four years ago and she has. She has made me a better architect by far. It's amazing to have to. It's amazing and humbling to have to work with another peer colleague and now partner to sort of justify the idea that i have in for us to think together about how we'll bring them into the world and the fact that her and i have to wrestle those things out before we articulate them to others. I think has really helped to sharpen my ideas from just like ones to ones. That are much easier for me to to bring bring to clients or in. The context of teaching. A huge role of teaching is to begin to take ideas from a personal idea and connect them with a discipline in with the profession. And really be able to understand them in context to things around you until by working with a partner just inherently makes that Harder in the beginning but then easier as we bring those ideas into the world by chrissy. Thank you for joining us. Hi barbara good. How're you doing good. I'm happy to be in the spin room. Yes so barber. Buster principal architect of best architecture and distinguished alum of sidewalks grad program. Correct yes nineteen ninety two actually so quite a while ago and this is name. She's a student who's project. We're looking up oh great. It's like a spinning platter of loveliness. So i'm what did you do for your thesis. My thesis at sire was an idea about new kinds of housing built modular li. I think it was right when kia had come out and the idea was like you could. You could use the industrial part of this neighborhood. An la called frog town rian habit that with a means of production and then build these small houses that could add to the density frog town by kind of redrawing boundaries and making backyards and between yards and stuff like that new areas for small-scale housing. It's a kind of weirdly related to what ended up being the small lot. Housing ordinance in in la. Although i can't say i had anything to do with that per se but as interested in like how to infill architecture and how you do it away sort of incredibly cool but also affordable and also in my dream cecile economic sustenance for the people who lived in that area very idealistic. But that's quite busy is it's called artists residences and cafes and it's quite nice area well nine hundred not so this kind of worker housing very small houses in this sort of bra shaped strip of land between the river and the riverside drive and the five freeway and it was just. It was just very interesting because like while the river was really interesting. Cool it was. You couldn't get there because there's all these sort of warehouses that were also kind of like not that active so the idea is to kind of look almost like a as a an urban design slash architecture slash economic kind of idea of how you could redo that and then the end you know. The the economy did actually redo that frightens kind of a thriving neighborhood. Now and there's restaurants and people are aren't build kind of interesting house projects there and stuff so it's kind of fun to be old enough to see the city change in real time and conspire.

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"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

XX|LA Architects Podcast

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

"That like an easy transition for you to make well funny that the models spinning because i guess you know you just swipe on the app and then it rotates but i did actually try to kind of design. The building in Allocation to curate. These picturesque views But i was researching you know the game and it's filmed in isometric but obviously it doesn't. It's not true in reality. So when ida the princess she goes for my one viewpoint to the other they actually make her jump along a path and I was. I love the game. And i think the imagery from is really beautiful. So definitely loves. The graphic style is like why is very inspired by but What what one of my criticisms was before in The miniature event was Some people said oh. You don't want it to just be like a one liner because sometimes when you look at these Asher like drawings or penrose triangle. These kind of obstacle after five seconds. Ten seconds. you can figure out the trick. So how can you even further like. How can you make it. Something that is interesting to look at For longer than that. And i think that's like when you know sharing forums in different directions and using not just one penrose triangle type of illusion And then introducing the pixel patterns and Also like these Extrusions between two d and three d and also the ribbon These are kind of like additional tactics. I implemented but yeah definitely start on like a monument body. It's one of the main References so you know. It seems really clear to me that the formal language was really heavily explored and really really beautifully put together and i wonder. Did you spend as much time. I'm on the project with you. Know issues of site. Specificity or programmatic concerns with the project. This is another one of the questions. I go and my final presentation actually and So the program is a tech school in san francisco and I have dropped. Blake three sets of plans and Because of the massing We have like the more functional Office tower block which is like a double loaded corridor and the interlocking joints between Before gms surveys like corridor spaces and circulation for stairs and there's like a variety of different. You know here. You see like the cantilevered glazed appendages. Which could be more interesting. Study rooms but You know and there's like semi outdoor spaces as well But i i didn't definitely did not start with function at the heart of the projects It kind of developed and like helped me refine certain things about it And one of the critics actually asked me. You know When you look at the pattern on the building you can almost tell like the number of floors that are inside it moving forward if you were to continue this project the next question would be like i'm more about like You know how can you resolve some of these things because the windows apertures are joining your plan. But they're not really all figured out in the building. So like if i could do this project for another month or so i would be able to figure out a lot. More of these details but Yeah i guess definitely is a challenge to kind of like result in entire building as well as you know exploring all these formal qualities as well Yeah but 'cause he's been really great at trying to like you know trying to balance between these two things i mean. I think one of the things we talked about a lot was like is it did spend a lot of even though we don't see it here. This model was built in insight and included in her presentation. which again is is not necessary in a thesis. They can decide. Sort of how much context they need or want but in her case she actually does have site model thinks she did. Strategically put it next to a highway but also pretty dense pedestrian area. Sort of recognizing that people were going to be seen this building you know kind of like a billboard from afar that would kind of change as you got closer and then she has this wonderful animation where they kind of round the corner and the building becomes kind of a blur in your in your rear view mirror but at the same time there are like if you it's hard probably for our viewers to see but at the ground level she's actually incorporated sort of a bit of a sequence of events down there that sort of ground the building in very different ways and for me. I think that was like that was an interesting moment for her. To sort of recognize like okay so if we if we would produce an architecture in the world what are some of the consequences like how would that change a building. I think one of the things she really discovered is that well. It would certainly make a collection of buildings right would somehow different than campus right. It's not a campus in that it doesn't have a center. It doesn't necessarily have sort of axial relationships or those types of things. You heard her mention something about the picturesque and i think that there was more of an attitude about like how does nineteen sixties pop art contemporaries sort of visual gaming culture and the picturesque kind of come together to enliven our cities. And i think that that was all those trying to figure out a combination of those three things certainly away. That ning worked to imagine this building in a city where people would interact with and kind of find episodes within the project. I always imagined this project is not only. Would she have to figure out windows but there would be a lot of doors in this building. It'd be a lot of doors in this building. Yeah i think the the the what i love about. This project is imagining the buildings spilling into this courtyard and becoming landscape and really inviting people in to the towers and so i wonder christie For you i know that in doing a lot of academic research and coming from this world where you've really you know. I really admire that in your practice. You've defined a A very clear way that you approach architecture and i wonder how how do you mediate. Or mitigate you know moving between those two worlds where there's an academic desire to provoke or reinvent and then you know mediating that between clients who and other people stakeholders who may or may not have more normalized desires.

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"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

XX|LA Architects Podcast

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

"Decode visual images. Because of the ubiquity of image based media can easily decipher illusory representations like animation stereoscopic images virtual three d space and i really wanted to investigate optical trickery and visual allusions to you kind of Play tricks and puzzle the modern observer and so christie. I know that we were talking a little bit earlier about the process when a student comes to you with an idea and how you're able to bring some of your experience as a practitioner into guiding the student towards their final thesis project. Yes for sure. I mean here. It's eric. I have the opportunity to teach a range of studios so i actually happening earlier in her curriculum as part of a more comprehensive studio whereas at thesis the students can come to your with any idea it can it can be an incredibly. Abstract idea does not have to kind of end in the formation of a building. But it certainly can. I tend to attract students. I think for thesis that are interested in running their problem. The thing they're interested in working on through the problem of a building and inning certainly fit into that category so she came a very very well prepared with an idea about her observation about images how she perceived them how she thinks others perceive them and she thought architecture could could participate in kind of a more volume metric way or more three dimensional way throughout the word volume metric. Just because the research. I do in my practice. Suppose speculative and as best i can also in i'm kind of built work is to think about how how architecture can be slightly different when it's motivated by volume by the spaces that we occupy when it becomes three dimensional from volume metric perspective as opposed to just from a methane or an object perspective. So i think this project. I was super intrigued to team up with ning on because she was coming at it from a very very image based very looking at it perspective and i thought i could help her to think about what would these spaces be like if they really started to kind of puff up and expand and it is spinning which is quite nice for this but did go out of her way to kind of find a site in san francisco that was next adjacent to highway driven understanding that Buildings unlike sculptures or other types of three dimensional objects have people that approach it at different speeds for different reasons have different types of attention for all of those reasons. I think it was wonderful for me to kind of bring some of my experience in volume with her like just incredible attitude about sort of composition and form. And i think you know this is a really interesting time An could be a very challenging time for students as they're transitioning from these really These obsessions ideas that they've been investigating in a protected academic environment and then going into the practice. So i wonder maybe ming if you can talk a little bit about how what you're thinking as you move into this transition and maybe christie if you could share some of your own experiences with that as well well Definitely agree with chrissie. So there's so many different ways to kind of start an architecture project and especially with the. It's like the very first time you have total control of your design brief and everything and so lot of us start off in very abstract ways. Maybe with like essay or like Paintings or something. So i think christie was really good definitely at kind of like bringing you back and like asking how i can challenge this project. Spatially especially at the start because I was looking at references. Like monument valley the game and like a lot of Russian constructivist paintings. And i was producing these actually two d images that they were like these floating objects in space and then christie off me. Oh for your thesis like do you want to produce building because you know there are a lot of. There's a lot of flexibility with what you can do for your thesis. I guess. I do wanna find building like i really like architecture. I totally forgot about that story. And so we kind of like started to. I became so much more interesting. Actually when i and more challenging and difficult when we actually had to you know create a like i could massing a of this and like what would this look in three dimensions and like going forward. I'm when i visit. Because i do want to presiedent ultimately become like an architect qualify and all of that Maybe it would be good to kind of keep this in mind to always you know i. I think it's good to be inspired by all different types of media like illustrations. But of course he's definitely really great. I like reminding me like always bring me back to like architecture. Grounding and all of that i think early on a huge turning point i think for that florencia peter who runs graduate graduate thesis has this wonderful of at the beginning of the summer semester called miniatures where it asked the students to produce a three dimensional three dimensional object. That represents their idea and it's kind of intentionally not thought of as a study model or something that's gonna become something else but that it truly is something that has a lot of merit in itself. Anything for that was a huge turning point because she actually made she'd be making these beautiful two-dimensional things in she knew she had to make it in the round in a way so she made these blue pieces of mdf that we're really there initially to kind of host her two dimensional image that she made a little bit into a model and i was like. That's it like you're already. That's already those pieces of mdf that we're kind of abstract in. That idea could become part of the building for a project like this. That is so optically based in a way you have to develop the background as well and architecture. I think is really good at doing both of those things. I mean when you walk around the halls in this in this building today and in this weekend you see a lot of buildings that have done a lot of work to maybe standout which is as it should be. Perhaps in a thesis but architecture in terms of how it impacts the world is also a lot of the background of how we stand out as inhabitants of a city. And so i just thought she really was. That was really a huge move for her. I think towards architecture. I mean not to be so cody codified here but i think the pink in the yellow that that stuff was the thing that came within spades. Let's say and it was really these elements of kind of the bar like buildings that helped her to move into an architectural direction. Right i mean. He played monument valley. So is it difficult for you to temper the The sort of urge to flip the building and have a little more fun with it in a way that is not really possible with gravity and an actual built city or was.

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"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

XX|LA Architects Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ning" Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the x. L. la architects podcast. I'm your host. Audrey sato and today's episode is a live recording from september. Eight two.

"ning" Discussed on WTVN

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09:50 min | 3 years ago

"ning" Discussed on WTVN

"On board talking about yard Ning on this Memorial Day weekend. What do you say we kick it off, as we always do with the buggy, Joe Boggs report? Now this Mr. Joe Boggs assistant professor commercial, horticulture educator, for the Ohio State University extension anos, you department of entomology his the poster boy for the issue extension and third cousin to gilmer pond. Man, it just keeps getting better. It does. I tell you Gilmore pond. You know there are folks, you know, some of my folks, some of my relatives that are going to be down West Virginia going to be hearing this, and saying, I don't remember a pond in the family member gilmer. I remember him. Oh boy. Yeah. Surely after his arrest. I just want to forewarn you after I heard the news that the, the, the national news this morning listening here in the studios because I know you like to go around and pick off a slug airy now, and then two on it while you're taking pictures don't even say it. Did you did you see that disease that you can get in Hawaii? If you do that. Well, you know, I'll tell you. No. I didn't see it long worm disease. Yeah. Yeah. It's tell me you've heard of that before. Well, I, I'll tell you, you, you never wanna have you never wanna have a parasitology class, if you ever have a pairs of algae class, there are a lot of things you won't eat. I mean, I don't mean to denigrate people different diets and so forth. But Rawl stuff is sort of drops off a drops off the plate because you do learn, you know, for example, that flags, of course, are related to snails and, and they're actually a number of human pairs. Avoid are parasites, rather that, that have to have alternate hosts. And so, wait a minute. I just bring this up and you are you making this up or what is it the not making it up? I'm not making it up. I mean, it's it is, as I said, there are certain, there's certain college courses that will change your life and. Garissa Tallahassee is one of them. You know, our, our good friend Dave shetler. Dr Dave show retired from ocean entomology, but didn't really retired. Thank goodness. He's still as he ever was very, very active. But. Interesting because they even I had this conversation a while back and he had the same experience. Exactly the same. You know, he was okay with a lot of things till he took a class in parasitology. So, for example, you know if now I have eaten and they are very good. You know, crayfish and anytime somebody goes into the south, then you got to New Orleans this slugs the crayfish I am turning it from slug fish, crayfish eh tooth Fe. I mean is, is oh, it's. It does. But you do want to make sure they're they are cooked properly. And of course that applies to other meats. I mean we have to I'm not I don't want people to. Well, I love that stuff until Joe Bloggs talked about it, but, but it's the same course you know, for beef and chicken so on, you can pick up things if if not cooked properly, but they're, you know, they're again, it goes back to, you know, things that make a living that on other things that if you consume, you know, can be a problem and, you know, we do have we actually have the very same crayfish? They're called red swamp crayfish that you find in, in the southern states right here in Ohio. We do have them actually in the in the nineteen sixties. These red swamp, crayfish were discovered up in up in the Toledo area, so the, the western Erie, Lake Erie basin, and they're now considered to be what we call a naturalized. We'll use that word that means. Well, it's a non native, but now, so common, it's like part of the whole fabric of, of the college, however, in two thousand seventeen we also found them in southwest Ohio, and we suspect, they're probably more widespread, you know than, than, than than what we imagined before. And of course, we're talking about crayfish that, that make these giant mud chimneys that rise up out of the turf grass and, and can present a real problem with with lawn mowing. I always thought that was kind of fun to hit those. Yeah. And then. Well, it's kind of fun if they're dry. Yeah. Yeah. The dust goes everywhere. I should've said, it's kind of fun thir- wet if they're dry. I mean it's like hitting a brick. It is it is. And, and so, you know, there couple when people see these and the reason I brought up the non native because we have, like we have twenty two species in in Ohio of chronic. What's that of crawdads? Yeah. Yeah, I two we do. I didn't know that. But if we go down into Kentucky, they're sixty species, and we go to Tennessee and Alabama there's over a hundred species really it's there. There are very common very common crustacean out there. But, you know, one thing we need to kind of clarify. And of course, you could read all about this on this website. What is that website? I I've lost, I don't forget that all the time. It's Ron Wilson online dot com. So you can go to Ron Wilson online dot com. You could also Google. B Y, G L for the big old BYU either way, you can see a posting that I did that has all these pictures and describes everything. So according to high department natural resources, twenty two species, and that includes this native, but this, that also includes crayfish that pretty much remain in strange, and so we don't see them out. You know, on the ground, you know out crawling around away from streams. And you know, in the past, we used to say, well, those really aquatic crayfish, and the ones we make the mud chimneys. We'd say terrestrial, but they're actually all aquatic and it just depends on their lifestyle. Some only staying streams. You know, they don't others. Get on the stream Bank and the streams. And then this third group tends to, you know, make their Burrows out on dry land, each sept-, this red swamp, crayfish can do both. And we think that's why it's such a an what we call an aggressive colonizer, meaning that it does so. Well, it may out compete some are natives because in the south, this great fish may have to deal with flooding in maybe some merged. But then when the dry season hits, it has to switch over to be able to make these, these mud chimneys so that gives it many legs up on our. For folks that are, you know, thinking about this for a second thinking about no wait a minute. So did they come up from down in the soil or did they come from the top and dig down into the soil? That's the chicken or the thing, isn't it. I just I'm just a actually they came from above and, and burrow down. And, and so and most of the burrowing happens in the spring because what's happening right now? They are burrowing so they can do two things one. They're creating a home, but also, they will come out of those boroughs, the ones that we the so called terrestrial crayfish. I'm just gonna use that. So we kind of what we're talking about. They're out on land. They'll come out of the borough, the search for a mate, and they will mate and in the females will rear their young in that borough. And so the activity is mostly slanted towards the spring. That's very important because he's kind of go away as the season progresses. But there's a very important point relative to controlling these. We talk about this every year, frankly, there really is no good direct control and occasionally, you know, we hear people pouring, you know, things down that whole. Well, these are still aquatic creatures so they have to reach down to water. They have to reach down to the water table or groundwater something near the surface of poor anything in those holes basically, you're pouring chemicals, you know, into where people may be getting there, well water or spring, water so you can cause great contamination and that's just at not at all recommended. That's, that's not something we like to see people do, but there is something that can be done, if you have a problem with these remember, they're going to want to reach water. So just anything you can do to improve drainage, you know, we'll get rid of these and I know we're coming up to a break, so you'll. All meet hold off. We once you do that, before you dig deeper into this borough. And by the way, do you ever use a blue Gill hook with a warm and try to catch those all my goodness. Yes. That's what we'll we'll we're gal the audience with our fishing for crayfish. All right. Thanks opie. We'll be back with Opie and we'll talk about that and more things coming up here. In the car with Ron Wilson presented by Zeller hardware on NewsRadio six ten WTVN..

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"ning" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"ning" Discussed on KGO 810

"Subsidize subsidy Ning. I'm Vicky Madero a Denver area public charter school is the scene of the latest school shooting. Here's correspondent Mike Rossier? There was another shooting at a Denver area school this time. It was the stem school highlands ranch. A public charter school for kids from kindergarten through twelfth grade. At least eight people were injured Stacy Stafford a stunned parent spoke with Denver station, K M G H, how can this happen here? How how can this happen who who would you something? Like this. The school has kids from kindergarten to high school. I just I don't know what would motivate somebody to do. This thorny say two suspects. Both believed to be students at the school were taken into custody. I might cross you. We have learned that one of the students and eighteen year old male has died as a result of the shooting. Governor Newsom has introduced what he calls, a parent's agenda as part of his revised budget plan. It includes an end to the sales tax on tampons and diapers while using marijuana tax revenues to enhance childcare programs Newsom also wants to expand paid family leave from six to eight weeks per person starting in July of next year. House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is threatening to hold former White House counsel, Don Mcgann in contempt of congress. If he does not appear at a hearing later this month now says he rejects the argument that Mcgann has no legal right to turn over documents to the committee related to the Muller investigation. Mcgann defied a subpoena for the documents today after the White House directed him. Not. To comply. And this report is sponsored by all worth financial wealth to folly more than six hundred points during the trading day. The Dow Jones closed down four hundred seventy three points. The stock market is still near highs for the year. The correspondencia Kassebaum reports investors have had reason to grow jittery about the trade war with China. Most people on Wall Street had been anticipating a positive outcome in trade talks with China. So it came as a surprise when the president started threatening another increase in tariffs. Jeff mills is co chief investment strategist at PNC financial services group. I mean, clearly good catch the market off card. Mill said, the areas most vulnerable to problems between the US and China is where you found the biggest drops tech telecommunications. And the industrial stocks seems like negotiations have now gone sideways. So I think the market is now questioning you of all outcome of trade. Investors aren't certain what to expect when the next round of talks between the US and China get underway soon. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. We'll check the roads next on cage mother's day is..

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