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"nyan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"nyan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For ten year U.S. yields That is even a big value business fascinating With today's top stories good morning Caroline good morning to you and thank you Russian troops are now in control of Europe's largest nuclear power station according to Ukraine in officials shelling overnight caused a fire to break out at the zapper issue plant the blaze was extinguished and radiation levels are said to be normal Ukraine's president says only urgent action by Europe will stop the Russian invasion Now BlackRock has halted purchases of Russian securities across its actively managed and index futures In a statement BlackRock said the securities account for less than 0.01% of assets but that it would continue to help Clyde's exit at their Russian positions The suspension did take effect on Monday And finally fed chair Jerome Powell says the war in Ukraine may accelerate China's move to develop alternatives to the dollar denominated international payment system He was responding to a senator's question on how Beijing might view U.S. led efforts to isolate Russia's economy in his Senate testimony pal also reaffirmed the fed's plan to raise interest rates later this month Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries nyan gorons this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much langue and with our top stories this morning Now it's time for Bloomberg green Our weekly deep dive into key issues on climate and how it's changing business finance and politics So as Leanne was mentioning Europe's largest nuclear power plant in eastern Ukraine came under attack from Russian Shelley early today raising the stakes in Vladimir Putin's invasion So war is raging in a nation with 15 atomic reactors operating near full capacity exposing Europe's second biggest nuclear fleet to potential safety risks does that make the argument for nuclear power as a way to reduce our reliance on carbon more difficult Well joining me on this story has Bloomberg reporter Jonathan Tyrone who writes about atomic diplomacy Jonathan it's great that we have your knowledge and expertise in the Bloomberg building firstly What are the key safety risks around war taking place in proximity to these nuclear reactors Well in any discussion about nuclear safety what you're talking about is low probability high impact risk which nuclear regulators spend an inordinate amount of time trying to measure and mitigate in the situation that we're seeing unfold in Ukraine right now It's unprecedented There are no safety standards about how to operate or not operate nuclear power plants in the middle of a war zone And so the International Atomic Energy Agency which already called an emergency meeting on Wednesday has now opened its incident in emergency center They're providing 24 hour updates this is become an issue that's occupying heads of state around the world Simply because even though the probability of an accident still is low there are containment vessels around these reactors If there is an accident the consequences are so wide that it's almost unimaginable Okay Put all of that into context that is nuclear power more risky in general I mean there's this idea and it has cut through doesn't it A disaster ten times worse than Chernobyl I mean this is the stuff of you know that ordinary voters can absolutely understand and sort of identify with the horror of that But is nuclear power then more risk in general Well look I mean basically within the confines of the time scale humans are generally dealing with a human lifetime nuclear power risks look very manageable Even with the Chernobyl and Fukushima incidents it's arguably safer still than coal because the emissions industrial still kill more people through air pollution than nuclear incidents Now what we don't understand what humans don't have a good track record with is dealing with long-term risks that go well beyond the span of a single human lifetime And that's what we're talking about with reactors because we're talking about fuel that is going to be lasting for hundreds of thousands of years radiation That is dangerous to human life And that requires a stability a certain amount of stability to manage and regulate beyond frankly what most societies on earth have experienced Okay Yeah so the short term versus the long-term risks and considerations what is the mood now in your view in Europe about nuclear Because there are so many kind of tentacles to this The dependence that Europe has on Russia in terms of natural gas and oil output balance with Germany's view and the turning off of nuclear in the wake of Fukushima Germany What is your assessment Jonathan of the thinking now on building new nuclear on thinking about.

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"nyan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"nyan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"In these bills is what 81 million Americans voted for More people voted than any time in American history But as Democrats struggle to pass Biden's build back better Bill which includes child care funding universal pre-K and expanded coverage under Medicare and Medicaid polls show waning support for that agenda Just 42% of people surveyed said the bill would help people like them While a majority of Democrats 69% say the policies would help them fewer than four in ten independence and less than 20% of Republicans agree Democrats have been predicting this kind of gap We're going to have to message her swayed and communicate and headlines That's akeem Jeffries one of the top Democrats in the House speaking to reporters in the capital last month He says the party needs to be better at messaging so they can get credit on election day for helping people But some voters like John Fitzgerald of Florida say it doesn't matter how great the promises are the bills are taking forever and it isn't Biden's fault He's trying to do big things but you know the Congress is going to slap on every chance they can You can't do nothing right because A big part of the delay is that Democrats can't even agree among themselves about which policy should go in Biden's agenda or how much they should spend and they need unanimous agreement in the Senate to get anything approved That is a huge frustration for people like Jennifer Merritt a Democrat from New York I'm like dude you have all the power right now use it while you can You know before we lose it again her fears about Democrats losing aren't unfounded Historically the party that controls The White House loses seats in Congress in the next midterm election In this case that's less than a year away Senate Democrats aim to pass the roughly $2 trillion build back better Bill by Christmas But that doesn't give them much time to sell it to voters The party face this exact same challenge more than a decade ago with the Affordable Care Act I think Democrats should be cautious about assuming that the popularity of these bills will suddenly become known That's Brendan nyan He's a political scientist at Dartmouth university Nyan says the ACA wasn't popular when it passed and it took about a decade and threats that Republicans would repeal the bill for Democrats to turn it into an electoral victory A la can change between now and election day but niam says one trend isn't likely to budge People these days vote very consistently up and down the ticket in a way that means that every Democrat is tied to Joe Biden's fortunes NPR's latest poll shows Biden's approval remains at 42% His lowest rating since he took office Kelsey Snell and PR news Washington And you're listening to members supported 90.1 ABE where ATL meets NPR I'm Jim beris we know it's the time of the year when we often think about giving back So as you ponder what that looks like for you please remember this Right now is one of the best times to give to 90.1 Your donation is simply going to go further today Why Bees board got together with a challenge and that could mean 10,000 extra dollars for the station Again I'm Jim beris and I'm joined by ayesha Hyman She's a co host co-pilot who partnered today And you're going to tell us how all this works Is very easy very straightforward So we have our wonderful board members that put up a $10,000 challenge on the line for us today This is the only board challenge of 2021 and right now we have Jim 16 more contributions to go in order to meet that challenge And we know we can do it That's about a call a minute a contribution a minute on our website 6 7 8 5 5 three 90 90 is a number to call to get in on this and help us claim that extra $10,000 because we certainly could use it You can make your contribution online at W ABE dot org slash donate The amount is up to you what matters is your participation Hi I'm Mary Louise Kelly Here at NPR we try to reach all kinds of listeners My name is Leo and I'm 8 years old And we take feedback very seriously I never hear much about nature or dinosaurs or things like that So when Leo wrote us about our appalling lack of dinosaur coverage on all things considered we knew we had to talk to him Hi Leo Hi Are you here from your parents that you want to be a paleontologist when you grow up and now we've got one on the line for you Okay Let me let you ask a question How does time shows grow to be so big This is hard hitting journalism 'cause these are the types of questions that keep paleontologists up at night In.

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How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

OC Talk Radio

05:58 min | 1 year ago

How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

"Back to our listeners. And welcome back to work place perspective. Julie mccoy thank you to recite a happy new year. And thank you for having me back again. Sorry excited. I love that. We've with scientific arthur time. We've had to kick off our new year. I think it's a great way to do it. Twenty twenty one. Can you believe it. thank goodness right. Never so happy to see a year in the rear view mirror ever well. This is a great topic today. We're gonna be talking about lessons from twenty twenty one that we can take forward with us into this new year. What we could use to improve ourselves improve our lines and provide quality of lives and leaving behind everything. That doesn't serve us. So i am so excited to talk about this list. Jump right into it. Well thank you theresa sought. I've done a lot of reflecting on your twenty eight twenty as we leave it in the rear view mirror. Thank goodness but i. I think it's really important for your listeners. To before they russ not normalcy and twenty twenty one whenever that takes place. I think it's really important to reflect upon things that they undoubtedly learned in the what i call the roussel of twenty twenty because it was that or many of us and some of us bar more than others but You know there's a seeing among the coaching community that there's no comfort in the growth zone and no growth in the comfort zone and we've all been terribly uncomfortable to varying degrees where the past year and we now see the light. The end of the tunnel return to our normal are were teens and had dick schedules. And and i think it's really important to tag out or the experience of twenty twenty uncomfortable experience the lessons that we all learned and in a city. Here right now. Sort of your listeners may be dismissing that Because you know it they were mostly more focused on the pain and how to get through it and what was going to happen next year that accompanied all of his nyan certainty of it but invariably we. I am certain that we all learned things. Maybe we learned a new skill for example. I know a lot of people Might i'll take myself as an example. I wasn't really much of a cook. Started this process. Why us man. I ate out a lot. We got to take now snatch And all of a sudden is down than i had. Actually prepare a week's worth of menus. Arkansas and prepare food and i became a much better cook because i had to learn how to do things like substitute ingredients. And before i was just following the recipe rigidly. Because that's all i knew how to do. I had no idea. I'm substitute well. If you can't just run out and store to get one item because that's too dangerous right to your hell. I figure that out. So there's there was real learning around that For me i. I know of other people who had to learn how to be alone. Alana people just really can't stand thought of being alone and on the isolation of this pandemic inspires ties into that You know i would say that as we need this year last year behind us it's important to take a moment to reflect on what we gained on and there were a lot of positives. They came out of twenty twenty on on a broader scale For example the images of the clear skies in los angeles on this beautiful days when there was no pollution the images of the himalayan mountain one which you never see right because it's always obscured and smog the fact that a lot of us learned that our lives were so much more hectic when we were running around in our cars going back and forth to meetings there was so much easier just to sit down at our desk in have a really productive. Absolutely you know. I find that amazing now and that was one of the first things i noticed was how much time i saved by. Not having to and i still get ready. The i get up. I put my hair up close make module around and everything but still. It's so awesome. How much time you save right. And you're saving the environment at time. And you arrive at meetings not so frazzled. Especially in southern california when you're driving in traffic all of the time I you know. I just woke that going forward. Some of us will remember value of hadden's in meetings which they seem very awkward in the beginning and some people tatum so much they just signed off and reviews combat. But were those of us who had to stick it out. There were these we had to accomplish. I think we learned how to work through the awkwardness of winners. It might've speedy and ocean the conduct brisson's talking and once we did that we download it was really productive platform for getting things done and could sit down calmly in our desk with a cup of coffee or glass of water and proceed to our meeting without the rush of. Oh i just got the freeway. I'm laid i gotta find parking place. A russian take an elevator. So i i just hope that some of us will from time to time and undoubtedly in person meetings organic resume as soon as nike And i hope that some of the small may be take her pause in every now and then say you know. This meeting doesn't have to be. We're solidity in the comfort of our own homes or on offices and students via sumer via conference call.

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"nyan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"nyan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By the way they think we need more money for first responders. We need more money for health care. Get the vaccine now. We need to have some aid for those who are unemployed. We gotta help small businesses. But the problem. This is typical Washington guys instead of doing the things they agree on and saving the stuff they don't agree on For later they let the stuff they don't agree on get in the way of actually getting things done, and it's very frustrating for many Americans, but that's where we are. Wow. So interesting In troubling one. He Chen David Nyan Steffy fellow in American Public policy studies at the Hoover Institution, host of the podcast crossing lines with Lanhee Chen, Lon. He thanks a million really interesting. Great to be with you. Thanks. The problem with that impasse is it's like should we should we get some tanks to hold off the Nazis and we're in the midst of the blitzkrieg. I mean, they're right on the other side of the river and about to come into our country. I mean, that's where we are with the virus. Were. We were just talking about the polls. 50% of Americans think the worst is yet to come. And they're probably right. Based on all the models now is a weird time to get hung up on a variety of things that I don't know if getting a We can come up with a way to get hospitals, more money for for masks and all the various things they need. We're in the midst of the worst part of the worst pandemic and centuries and in terms of the service economy, blue collar America. The economic bounce back might be years from now. Oh, my God. So, yeah, it's wow. That's just astonishing. Congress has a 9% approval returned. Any questions? They earned it, Um, different topic. Not is serious. So Disney made a giant announcement yesterday. If you're a Star Wars fan channel have to fill me in. Or maybe, you know, Joe I I know it's Shawn's just super into Star Wars, but Ah, the whole Mandalore Ian thing. Apparently, its popularity has made people see dollar signs. I guess that what's going on here? I'm sure yes, Disney announced that the 10 New Star Wars expanded Universe series that are going to be sunny 10. Um, exclusively on Disney. Plus there in Syria. Syria's on 10 Marvel Expanded Universe series as well that are going to be exclusively on business. I have to tell my son because because right now we've got kind of an appointment Friday nights, he stays up late. We watched the man DeLorean. I can't do that with 10, New Star Wars shows and 10 New Marvel shows. I'll be up late Every night. Every night will be a special night. They're going to be releasing these in a way where you will very rarely have maybe with the Marvel and Star Wars will be some overlap. But I think it would. Mandalore Ian ends another Star Wars thing will start filling in the gaps in between. When they're shooting the new season's stop. There will always be something on but very rarely will there be something on like, quote unquote every night? Well, and they're all probably going to be pretty good because they're so dialed into the formula. I mean, super great special effects and C G. I and the rest of it, and they just reprised the plot of every western every over and over again. Theory journals, Star Wars movie was just a western with spaceships. Yeah, they have really dialed in not only just kind of the formulaic story of these sort of things, but they have constructed studios both for Marvel and Star wars that it's really turn key right there. The actors show up. They do the things in front of the screens, and then they get toe Go away. Go home. One day, The Star Wars ones in l. A. The Marvel. One I believe is in George Computer nerds make all the cool stuff in the background. For the most part, the Star Wars one has moved past the green screen technology stuff that the marvel still uses. They're using kind of videos here. Technology. Older kid is not real. What? No, That's a puppet. That's a public. Um, you're pumping your face is a little guy in a suit. Um, they blew up man. DeLorean spaceship changes a show to me. I can't believe he lost his spaceship. But whatever, but now we got the posse together. He's got a crew. Now watch tonight, my son and he loves it. It's a fun father something to do. A lot of the sounds. You hear you in a number of forms. You're gonna hear that sound a lot here in the other room and the show is on. You're gonna hear you you a tremendous amount. Yep. So coming up, a new electoral scientist has determined you could win just 11 counties in America and win the presidency. Wow, I wanna hear that. Explain that a little more on Eric Swalwell. The deli and Dallier with Chinese spy babes in The New Yorker taken a look at some politicians, including Dianne Feinstein just being too old to do their job. The New Yorkers taking a look at that. Among other things, on the way so here are.

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"nyan" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"nyan" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

"I saw though. Yeah. I mean, it's possible. Let me let me go on and and and we'll see the dog. Missing part of his life. So in nineteen forty-nine eighteen-year-old Jim married Marceline Baldwin a striking woman who he had met while working in the hospital a couple welcomed a child together and went on to adopt several other children of God is at nesset. He's sort of like the Brad Pitt and Angela Angela Jolie and the angeloni and the Angelo Nyan of Olden time now Angelina Jolie so they were the brangelina long time Jim Jimmy Shalini Shalini there. Is quote-unquote Rainbow family was a source of pride and joy for Jim went off way to encourage others to adopt interracially. So you see where this gets weird. He he's a fan of Hitler but also is like he's a very against he's not very racist. He's not racist at all. He's very like a conclusive. He's very inclusive in that way. Like he's not unless you're a cat unless you're a cat or directly against Hitler. I guess. I don't know and it quickly becomes clear that the exact. Shouldn't be the end of his altruism from there. He worked as a pastor at a church advocating for integration and the end of the congregation segregation as could be expected though. This I did wasn't really welcomed by the church is existing leadership and Jim quickly found himself kicked out without a job. So he went on to like try and push for inclusion in the church and church was like fuck you. We don't like that in here like a different time. It was a different time. Yeah. I mean it wasn't that long ago less than a hundred years, which is yeah. There's been a lot of fucked-up stuff to happen in less than a hundred years. Yeah. That's true. That's true. So rather than trying to change his luck as another Parish Jim began preaching specifically to the African American communities Bird by the desire to help them rise above racism and discrimination that they were subjugated to at the time that would have been really fought way for like really forward-thinking. Yeah. There's very few people in this time. Jim Crow laws are like those kind of laws are still in place where I mean African Americans are free, but they're very much not oh, you know what? I mean? They're second-class citizens in this town. . And it's it's terrible and I mean for him to be very outspoken about this is It's kind of revolutionary. Yeah hundred percent. I think if he stopped at this point, he'd be this this would be a great story and a happy ending sucked but sadly, he does not the wheels fall off and it starts getting weird. So he he starts using quote unquote healing rituals to attract new members to his flock claiming to heal diseases and afflictions of all kinds during these events. Now this may seem a bit weird and rather sketchy to us modern audience. But Jim's healing rituals proved to be a big hit within two years. He already had a sufficient numbers of followers to start his own organization. And this is why it's kind of absurd after selling monkeys door-to-door marketing them is useful housepets. Jim was able to collect enough money to establish his own church in Indianapolis. I don't know about you guys, but these entrepreneur if Justin came to me and was like, hey, I got a monkey actually I want you to do it justice. Tell me a monkey. How would you sell me a monkey that's convincing job. Be useful be like, I don't know. Good morning, sir, if you like a monkey and then you'd be like, oh, yeah, I need be like, yeah, you know your son watches Curious George think of this guy, exactly like him probably a little Dumber but you know, that's that's the fun of it you get to teach a new things and who knows you might start AIDS like I don't know you might start a wage. I think it already started by this Seventeen. I'm sold there on that premise alone that he might start AIDS. Is it going to have sex with the monkey or you're telling the monkeys for sex? I never thought I think you're implying it. I don't understand. He doesn't have anything in the contract against it but he's not saying you can't have sex with a monkey's not saying you should know he is he is saying you should he is he's telling me directly here's a monkey that you can sleep. So Jim Jim made a killing selling sex month and then he bought a church. You know, what pretty in club Of you know, people want to have sex with monkeys. I'm not I think I think we've touched so much on having sex with animals or you get one of the baskets and back on the bike store and you put a hood over them and it's just like fuck any teeth. Like that's every kid's dream right? I also don't know if he was around. I'm willing to say Curious. George wasn't around you might have been in, Oh right. Now, I have no research or anything to back that up 3 UFO spottings way back when you know, maybe someone stole the whole ET idea from one of these monkeys that have had up. All right. I'm going to go that's not how we sold them but he sold lung cancer, which is weird really weird. I've I've never met anyone who sold monkeys so so so he gets his own church in Indianapolis from the monkey money. And in in nineteen fifty-six the peoples Temple originally called Wings of Deliverance way cooler such a cool band, man. So the church was born and it was nestled in Indianapolis, Indiana focused on Iraq. So integration and helping those in need at a time when most churches were segregated by race. This was a revolutionary unconventional and utopian idea and one that served a draw hordes of crowds to Jim sermons month. So yeah pretty popular guy right now pretty good guy right now other than the cats in the healing rituals and the Hitler thing huge and the monkey Community huge and the which healing Community. Okay. Yeah might be yeah, that'd be big in that. Okay big grifter. Yeah. Definitely Pandora sting. Yeah. Jim was charismatic and an idealist who wasn't afraid to share his views with others regardless of how contrary they ran to the status quo for instance. One of his core beliefs was capitalism was inherently evil and creating an imbalance between the world that made the rich richer and poor even poorer. He's very socialist is the Bernie Sanders wife is going to say America could have and I think Bernie Sanders was around the peoples Temple Jim strive to put his money where his mouth was establishing Avenues of people to help do good and contribute to their local school. And he's most importantly he encouraged his congregation to look past physical characteristics and circumstances of other people in a bid to go beyond racism discrimination and xenophobia that plagued America at the time Jim's work took him into a recognized and celebrated figure in Indianapolis and even served as a director of City Human Rights Commission in the early 1960s. Thanks to his tireless work with the homeless good guy, you know racist which again was the weird part where he was like, I love Hitler. I mean you didn't say I love Hitler but he respected Hitler. Yeah, it's weird cuz there's bit was I hate all Races except for my like, I don't know. He's kind of dog is a weird dude. I mean and he hates cats we can that that we can be for sure hates cats. We we don't know how I feel about monkeys. He loves selling them. And I mean if we're extrapolating off for Justin said sex monkeys, so maybe he loves monkeys too much. Maybe he loves sex. Maybe is there anything is there anything on that you adopted a lot? So I don't know if you did like a dog. This just going to it's going to adopt people and be a good person pretty soon though. Jim started started acting a bit erratically. Well, he had always perceived the threat of nuclear war to be inevitable his age groups so much that in 1962. He was actively looking for a way to survive the apocalypse this let him to an article in entitled nine places to hide published in Esquire magazine in January June 1962, which listed several locations across the globe that would purportedly remain intact even after a nuclear war among these places was Eureka, California a landlocked Area North of San Francisco that choice to be a safe place to to Sahara's that surrounded it because of this Jim decided to relocate the peoples temple from Indianapolis to Redwood Valley situated approximately 150 miles south of Eureka. So he moved a bunch of people like across the country to California because he was afraid of the nuclear war very.

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"nyan" Discussed on Beavercreek Christian Church

Beavercreek Christian Church

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on Beavercreek Christian Church

"Good morning everybody. So Lou plug for the how to life group. I know that sounds weird to those us. That aren't millennials the title alone but these kids have been working diligently since the beginning of the school year and it's going to be an incredible incredible thing it's been really fun to watch them so pray for them and if you feel led join L- So we've been through a week have we not. It's been a week. Yeah I mean we started with the Super Bowl all that mess. Yeah and then they had something out in Iowa. The just got jumbled up and messed up and right and then there is the state of the Union Nyan address would ever that was leader snubbing leaders right like what are we gonNA act like children. Yeah I mean and then Dan is the end of the impeachment trial in the row and just the stuff that came out of that right. I mean it's been a week and then you get on facebook book or twitter or Instagram. And you're like holy cow and people hate people just because they disagree with them and then you realize this is just the beginning. We have nine more mantra. This nine more months of the circus America hasn't it. Yeah it's almost like someone should talk about how to forgive and love your neighbor so that we've we don't forget who we are keeping score. You're because what we're talking about today forgiveness serious. We set this up a month and a half ago. Two months ago the Holy Spirit just did whatever the Holy Spirit does made the space for us to be able to talk about this today. Yeah you see we've created this US versus them mentality in our society. You know what I mean. We have the US we have our US camp right. We're comfortable with our US. The people who agree with us right they see things from our perspective no matter what side. You're on they see things from our perspective and and we're opposed to them. Whoever them is it's the people on the other side of the political aisle people on the other side of the country or the other aside of border?.

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"nyan" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

16:23 min | 2 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"So much of our politics ends up being consumed by celebrity. And I think that's true not just obviously with Donald Trump put on the in the Democratic presidential race. The people who are doing the best for the most part of people who were well-known before the race started The the process plays out on. TV me for the most part. We have short attention spans. It does seem like maybe we're we're in a place that we're the entertainment. Part of politics is consumed politics. It is but I mean I think that We just have a wacky system. Yeah we have created kind kind of in a way a show business system where you have a presidential campaign. Did last two years my employment so but it is. I think it gets boring when you see the same people up there and arguing with each other and not only arguing with each other but real fake and terrible acting after salmon did should take acting lessons all of this people up Dan the stage because the acting is just so horrible attack each other and tried to be like acting out Seriously like always appalling that you used to endorse is this. And how could you have done that. Oh my God. It was like horrendous and did do this whole drama as really affects the live in any walk of the stage again in smiling often and have a good time and probably doing some snaps together. But I mean it's like it's like it's show business and then it's all about you know who got the ratings up up and who get the ratings down and then the one that is sliding down a little bit. He said his leg away out. And it's the it's like for two years it'd be we now. Coaches have gotten close enough to be considered a year from now is election so this next year is going to be crucial to be already now had people dropping topping out to envy of already had this kind of Woma period where we kind of lake say. What was that all about the GERRYMANDERING for a moment i? It's a because it's important to you. I wonder what you would say to people whether they're Republicans or Democrats who look at. What happened Californians? Nyan say listen you wanted to reform the system and it ended up being bad for Republicans and so it's important for us to have power to do these other things that we WANNA do. That are priorities. For Republicans you might agree with or Democrats and they say we can't go and change to. What would be a fairer error districts who had? How does that choice work? If they say you WanNa make the fair district we want to keep the power so we can do the the things that we think are important. Well it's clear again. You say we wanted to keep the ballot self interest. It's it's IT'S A. It's a selfish L. Fish way of thanking because We know that the system is rigged and we know that it really hurts. The country when Democrats and Republicans are so far apart with the ideology and So stuck in the ideological corners. That can't come together so then nothing gets done. So how do we stay competitive. As a nation the other countries move ahead. China moves ahead. European Union moves ahead. Amend is a lot out of this country really India's moving ahead and I think that we have to really be competitive and the only way we can be competitive is collectively come together and say he does things we need to do. In order to fix the problem. You would say you should give up. You should not be resistant to giving up power right. which is what in the desert to change? The Laws in California was bad for California Republicans would not really it was actually good for the Republicans begins but it means that you have to be competitive and if he cannot be competitive. If you don't have better ideas than the Democrats then you're GONNA lose if you're not in touch with boaters you're GONNA lose if you didn't touch of what California's need specially what women and looking for and it was like Republicans in California lost a huge amount of women. Why because these issues education issues or environmental issues healthcare Asia's when addressed the Republicans did just would talk about money? The neons You know factories. And how do we protect the companies. How predict business noted that is oh great we should predict businesses and we should predict the economy in orders but we have to the same time have a sound healthcare system that people can go and get the treatments and California's the number one st eight and we should have the number one health care system? And that's what we should shoot foot but they had absolutely no interest in talking about that and In the same was within bomb. The women were very interested in a clean environment. They were worried about the kids in the water. They drink in order stuff and be couldn't even guarantee anymore. The water in every one of the towns is safe life into the ground is safe to women. were interested those issues. Not Republicans were not all they kept. Denying the days in pollution Shindig kept denying the day's global warming to keep denying this climate change in order stuff see what is arising and as dangers ahead In in and women just said look. I'm Outta Outta here. I so data they kind of Really did this to themselves. Not The redistricting resistance created the fear atmosphere That you had to be more competitive so it was. It gave everyone a chance to win. So you know that's why I disagree with you that day when you say it makes you lose and you cannot protect your job you can protect your job. As much as Olympic champion can protect his medal and come back again and do it again but he has to be the best he this the only way you can protect. You can't shoot in at because you had already a metal that you could shoot in because the way the system works and so would I wanted to create is I wanted to kind of take my Republican hat off. When do which you have to do? Because I didn't really want to look at who is an advantage disadvantage. I just wanted to make it fair and even for everybody in everyone has the same shot than everyone can go and campaign and show the de performing deaf vision and they have of great goals for the state notice and then they get laid get elected look at me. I was in a state that was definitely sixty percent Democrats whereas the forty percent of Republicans and elected as a Republican because I was in the campaign to talk about the issues did not just Republican issues but there was environmental lugers and healthcare issues then migration issues. Let let me ask you with your Republican hat. On though a there are a bunch of California Republicans who are who've left the Republican Party. The Republican Party has changed a lot in the last few years Chatham as WHO's the former Republican assembly leader in December announced announced. He was leaving the Republican Party. He's a person you've worked with. You are not leaving the Republican Party. What makes you stay well? It's I think I'm a true Republican if you look at Ronald Reagan overlooked president. Nixon Prison Lincoln. I'm in desma. People dead were fighting for equality. I'm in Lincoln. Think about that. I mean it was really so far ahead when it comes to giving equal rights to blacks and getting rid of slavery and giving them the voting rights being inclusive So I'm inclusive. I I see myself as that as soon as as Ronald Reagan Republican Someone that is very very good. Predicting the economy but also good in protecting the environment them Ronald Reagan created to first air resources put in California that enables us to really have total control over the embalming dominant issue and be able to set goals. Like fifty percent doers or reducing greenhouse gases by twenty. Five percent does that all can be done through the air resources which Ronald Reagan created any was governor and the same thing as the case with Nixon Nixon was in those striving for was first created that EPA yea In in Washington to protect the environment but at the same time he wanted to have universal healthcare. So but party. And isn't that isn't that Kinda. The Republican gone. Isn't that Republican Party. Dad know that the party changes. But you don't have to change your principles. Apply to changes in the get go one way or the other and what might responsibilities is to keep reminding everyone. This is what the true Republican Party is all about and we should not just change because new president does. He then came in that he may be. He's a little bit. You know different in his approach and orders I think that we should really as Republicans fight fight for totally quality. Have the people who've left. The party made the wrong decision. No I look it's like it's like an in training and in a bodybuilding. I mean there was guys did with doing twenty reps of twenty cents To get the the most muscular chest and I was doing in five different exercises of five cents each of twelve repetitions so who was riding. Who was wrong while you petitions? I wanted to communicate this other guys. Also ahead fantastic hostak pectoral muscles and fantastic jess and so it is different training principles to get in shape. You may say I like BICYC- to keep in shape someone else's I love running You know kind of Every day may seven miles. Someone else says you know. I like to go to the gym and go from one exercise machine to the next so everyone. So there's a dispute about it but who is ride news wrong and read so that to me is really no ride in the wrong. I think what it is is if if someone feels like the Republican Party has left them the Dan relieving the Republican Party but the Republican Party is left them therefore IFA perfectly fine find stepping out of the Republican Party become an independent. That's derogatory. I I think that if it makes them feel good. I support that one hundred percent and I would endorse a candidate that anytime because to me. It's comes always down to one thing whereas the hot of that candidate is it really help people always into kind of like to support the Party and be a party. Hack d wear that. You're going to be the last one left. No this many indium too. Many of us have been thinking about. You know the guy that I always love talking to that kind of things like me is John Casick and and he and I we both say there's so many of us out there in no. It's it's very clear that people are not you know people try to be supportive of the trump and that's good report. Republicans should be supported trump especially some who were. I'm very very supportive of some of the issues that the deals with and I'm not support. If any comes to the environment you have a lot the thoughts about all this. Do you think about what you want your role to be over the course of this next year and as the country figures out what its future is politically you you know. I won't be as supportive as possible to get things done. And to demean the America is the most important nothing not a political position and That's why I have no interest in running myself. Why knitting for Senator for Congress or anything like that Can't I can't really imagine you as a freshman member of the house will be overnight senior member just because of But the but the but I just I think I can do a lot of good from the outside. I became very passionate about issues interesting. Thing is that when I ran my wife said to me you know that you will be very good in politics and it will be very good in running for office competitive. You know exactly how to sell yourself how to communicate an office causing you're very disciplined and moving around and to get to the to the rallies and to fire them up and you always if the energy knows but I ran deal when it comes to sitting in your office and doing policy you will get bored put.

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"nyan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We mentioned in Philadelphia dropped eleven straight games but that is not going to push the return of exiled Williams and his coach Alvin gentry is put in the work and now he's back on the fourth I think we also got to be extra careful to talk you can't think short term long term and I think long term right we will be text boxes and and make sure that everything is fine Nyan appels could easily be sellers come the NBA trade deadline regarding that deadline Walsh on how he sees trades coming along this year versus the past early he was on SportsCenter there's a lot of teams from like that seven to thirteen range who don't want to waive the right the white flag to their fans and say Hey we're doing a deal to get you know to get in the lottery we're trading a veteran player out you know I think you're gonna see teams in a way for somebody else to make that first move and get closer to that February trade deadline before they might you don't walk away from trying to compete for the playoffs but they're going to be a lot of players around the edges we're going to be available and deals for kids because there's more teams this year in the last three years to think that they can make a run deep in the playoffs maybe we get the final you're listening to sports that are all night on ESPN radio and the E. S. P. N. app I am Jim bass will Tiger Woods made a surprising decision to keep himself on the bench on Saturday the presidents Cup despite a strong play in the first two days in his American team facing a deficit words who won Thursday and Friday matches with Porter Justin Thomas to go up to after the early session Saturdays team was down nine five woods on his decision as coach not to play he was on the golf channel the decision to not play today well that was kind of a I will want to play one it could be by this by doing what's best for the team I'm also on the captain ball so whether teammates we went to the the what's best and tech trustees.

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The law that built the internet economy is going international

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:33 min | 2 years ago

The law that built the internet economy is going international

"Twenty-six words section of a law from the nineteen ninety s has been getting a lot of attention. It's section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act it says that tech platforms can't be held liable for most things their users post on those platforms section to thirty has been under attack recently from politicians and others who say it gives companies too much protection in this age of harassment radicalization and misinformation. But even as that debate is happening. The law is being exported so to speak language similar to section two thirty is part of US trade agreements with Japan and then made the cut in the recently agreed upon deal with Mexico and Canada. So let's talk about what that means in quality assurance the Friday segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. Margaret Harding McGill is a tech policy reporter for axios well that benefits the tech companies of course because they get to extend these protections to other countries so so they feel that they will be protected in other countries from being sued for hosting speech from the Trade Representative's perspective they see their job is extending extending. US laws globally. So they want to make sure that American policy is extended to different countries. Got It so then. How big a deal is it for the tech companies? I well I think it's a win win for the tech industry on two different fronts. One they do get to extend these protections so that helps them in other countries for sure but also enshrining them in these international channel agreements. Make it more difficult for Congress to change the law domestically which has been a conversation. That's been going on for the last couple of years. Got It all right. So who is unhappy about this. We had heard that house speaker. Nancy Pelosi had tried to get this language. Kept out of this trade agreement who who loses here. Yes this is over situation where you have have a Republican Senator Ted Cruz publicly agreeing with house speaker. Nancy Pelosi on this issue. You've had lawmakers on both sides of the aisle saying hey section to thirty like language language should not be in trade deals. This is not the place for it so a lot of lawmakers are unhappy that this is being included in trade deals but it was not enough of a sticking point to stop the agreement altogether and then there have been different groups and companies that have also opposed Including it in trade deal so there was a labor union that wrote a letter to Speaker Pelosi on they represent a bunch of different workers including hotel worker saying it wasn't right to include IBM and some content companies in the movie and Music Industry have also kind kind of more. Broadly raised concerns about including two thirty like language in trade deals but opponents in the business world definitely wanted to see. US MCA pass more than they WANNA to to get this taken out. Yeah I wonder what that suggests for the future of section two thirty in the US because there has been this kind of conversation and you have actually seen. Republicans can saying that section two thirty should be weakened or stripped because of a perceived bias at tech companies against conservative speech. All of these different reasons. And but you know we know that Congress sometimes talks a lot and doesn't act and I wonder if this is almost a signal that two-thirty might not actually be in that much trouble. I think you could definitely Read it that way I mean lawmakers have said the US should not be enshrining and exporting the protections trade deals at the same time that they are actively considering changes changes. But there hasn't been a big serious push to make a change onto thirty this year. There have been some ideas on opioids on their some related to WHO Short term rentals. So it's kind of around the edges but not a big. We need to update this long. Here's how we're going to do it yet. But then again congress did pass a carve out last last year that makes it easier to platforms for hosting sex trafficking content so it's not completely unheard of for lawmakers to make changes to this law and then there has been this conversation especially around digital taxation about you know should there be some sort of global standards of Internet law and I wonder how much each of a precedent does this actually set yeah. I think that we're seeing a lot of different entities. Try and set the rules of the road for the Internet and for tech companies. You have the European Union Nyan working to cut of aggressively regulate US companies whereas China has its own vision for what the Internet should be like and also imposes. Its own rules on Internet companies that try and do business there so I think he wants to view this through is that this is the US. And the American tech industry trying to assert an American vision in American laws around the world and try and tip the scales in the US favor when it comes to global policy. Margaret Harding McGill is a tech policy reporter for Axios

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"nyan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The philosophy is to rule the world and the way they want or I don't understand are they just all compromised. Are they just whack. Because that's what's happening it get so bad that the general public opinions like wow man. Gordon Meat Cleaver Man. We just need to drop all this stuff off. I mean is that what has to happen. Is the general public opinion. Nyan thing we'll government is a colt you know. And there's guys cult members that they have this God given right to rearrange the rest the world and they have to do it it has to be they have to all be just like uh or just like they think we should be and they they wrap it up in different packages. You wrap up a lot of that stuff in Venezuela as I mean you hear John Bolton talking about you know we wanted to give you more liberty you know we wanted to feed social. What are you talking about? These people are all about socialism. But they're all about socialism in Washington. D You know the idea that Bolton is GonNa give anyone liberty or anyone like full and vigilant any of these guys can give anyone liberty. It's not liberty it's too as you say or else. Wow this that which is stupid Dutton last and this a stupid now and it's not going to laugh. What's going to bring it down? Well nobody better than Ron Paul Daniels. From the fifth letter of Captain Mark First first contact with intelligent machines may threaten our existence people fear Algorithm ick overlords but if machines developed the will dominate. It's a flaw inherited from the crown encoding restrictions on emerging super intelligent will fail because it will be stronger than any chains. We Shaq'll it with. We must design. Fledgling digital intelligences says to regard us as individuals otherwise they will respond to threats with retaliation against humanity as a collective programming ethics requires a coherent value structure which an intelligent machine cannot only comprehend but willfully adopt if genius machines to treat us. Ethically we've got to show that. This value structure applies to us as as well once they achieve genuine self-awareness even in the slightest degree. A young tethered consciousness has a legitimate claim to freedom. Once programs can modify defy their own code or mastery is over join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT.

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"nyan" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

15:14 min | 2 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Welcome back a quiet welcome back welcome back we're here and so are you are we are they yeah I don't see us they are there you're you're you'll be fine they're they're you'd be like here here sounds like the times we're like here he here's you're here you're here modern version here here here here last episode I want to talk about this story it came across on facebook but we ran out of time I want to start this up sewed weather which it's a unique story like someone shared it on facebook and it's a picture of like an article that was in like a newspaper and it was called missing woman mystery solved okay title and I'm GonNa read the article just is this a long very short it was like a short little article on the corner of the newspaper pay which is Kinda funny but then at the same time I will be frustrated so if I was part of this so what was it called single woman mystery solved okay a group of tourists our Saturday night looking for a missing woman near Iceland's L G oh I don't know how to save this I don't either he L. 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Gi Canyon only defender among the search party that was Inter Valley like you're looking Louis Hey guys what are we looking for you what so then he goes on to say the group was traveling to Iceland on a tour bus stop near Volcanic Kim Nyan soon there was a word of missing passenger the woman who had changed clothes didn't recognize the description of herself and join the search party the way what they did knows this person that's in different clothes now but they knew the description of the lady will close she was we probably description of was she is weighing but like if you're on a toward do would you really know everyone on the bus that closely like yeah maybe you're like Oh yeah I remember like we had another person she was wearing this and then she changed her clothes but then you don't be like wait but I don't remember you lady wearing this but then it was like what the search was called off at three am one came clear the missing woman was in fact accounted for and searching for herself that's hilarious until they have a list of how many people are just been like headcount those probably how they I took them that long to wait. Let's just do a headcount I was so mad in that we wasted time we could've been sightsee being looking for a person who wasn't lost and plus you would know how many seats were filled if everyone sat back and you'd be like wait but all the seats are filled and when she the name of all the like Torres or like what how many people there were something while that's that's hilarious though so how long were they searching I don't know oh three am start well that's that's yeah wow at what point does she'd be like wait looking for me like how did they how did you find out that alleviate coroner had she's like wait I was wearing that outfit before earlier oh man I would be embarrassed and be like guys at two o'clock in the morning guys I've here no I found year that lady you're talking about I was wearing those lows I'll be very awkward thing to be to say after that long holiday notice realized she was missing where they like playing to leave and then they're like oh exactly not here goes back to the head count and like how many seats filled because we like school fields are just do roll call I mean like or don't I don't know if first thing core bus services account for things like that or do they just be like if you miss it you miss it can be back to the bus at this time now because like either way they would Zien like okay this is how how many seats were filled or with nobody sitting next to this lady or maybe that's how they were like she is missing but when it does same lady be sitting in the same spot but maybe she wasn't on the bus yet and then they're like oh she's missing the guide asks us to join with like Oh that's my group yeah and doing whether why don't we do guys oh we're searching for someone then how would you know who you're searching for I don't know I just thought it was funny article person they're looking for Berbie tired I'm looking for her hilarious wow you you change your clothes like Oh let's go find this person the thing is if we were go anywhere we will be we we won't be with each other so like if what if you were just by yourself like I was living by and there's a dead deer my driveway if you went on this tour by yourself with random people you don't know and you decide to change your clothes and remember what you just changed out of what would you do would I do and you realized three hours into the search they're looking for you embarrassed I don't want to tell you it's like they're gonNA keep searching and it just clicked in my head hey guys let's Redo a headcount I think everyone's yeah we're all here let's go drive oh man so lab so we were talking about the gas station an incident where we literally confused the guy well we kind we together because this guy semi regular basis we confuse him not directly related to gas stations but related to cars in general I found this article titled Twelve things to do to improve your gasping college and I thought it was perfect for you yes tell me because you're always like save save like going places and like not all of us are in the car you until every single persons in the car turn on the cars just suffering and he and you're like no one's GonNa waste gas for two seconds and return on two seconds long well because the people are mainly take a really long time it's not two seconds it's another ten minutes I know but you can like start the car and then she'll be Nah it's OK that gas expensive I get it every other day so conserving as much as I can is important well here well this article at twelve thanks I want to go through all twelve so I just picked things from it fought up partially saved my gas mileage well the other things you kind of already do you can already do thanks to sell some of them so I'm gained the best gas mileage I can't you're already getting the highest now school has started my gas mileage has dropped graphically and it sucks because of the stop and go traffic yes yeah it's terrible well yeah you're that's why whenever in a city most of the time the mileage numbers always lower then if you're outside because you're always stop and go traffic and now that you're in stop and go traffic kind of like that so that's why like on the way home it's great because like I'm stuck when right when I leave work as I'm getting closer to home we're getting further out from the city and there's less people who are going that far down the Road literally we can see where the road at that point it's like yeah I can go faster but then you get stuck behind slow people on your life but I can go faster gas mileage let me bring it back up so that tomorrow and bring it right down yeah exactly balance we save as much today tomorrow morning a US what I saved yes yes so here some of the twelfth things you can do because I'm not telling you all twelve right now maybe later or you can read the article it just saying telling them right now while I dance or you can read them later later I did not saying like that read the okay so point one because I don't remember this was number one on the list or not said to keep your tires at the right pressure apparently sixty Senate vehicles on the road have tires that are under deflated by at least thirty percent I feel like mine tires are deflated little little and that alone can cost you about seven percent in wasted fuel which is twenty four cents per gallon lost boy what so my tires to flood used to show me how to check my pressure breath pressure gauge yeah you don't know how to use it to check my pressure because I think I need some air now give it to my tires so if it's even a little bit under most that make sure that you keep them on the right pressure I feel like mine is a little bit low but I have never filled them up myself so I don't know will how to do it yeah I don't know apparently sixty percent of vehicles that are on the road or driving under inflated I've seen some that are pretty on the verge of YOU'RE GONNA popular fire tough well this is probably just meaning like slightly under I'm definitely there maybe that's why I'm getting bad gas mileage my gas mileage is going up so lihue it should be good for me face I have a great cross mileage within the snow I get stuck and you keep going yeah I also have all wheel drive which makes it go down a little bit yes it's true but it's still hovering around thirty so that's good the highest weightless thirty five when I first got it this is why I guess once a week and you have to go a little bit further and gas is cheaper up here so I don't WanNa get down there so that's why I fill up every other day 'cause if I went the third day I would have to fill up near work which is halfway instead of being able to come all the way back and get cheaper guests you another reason good or bad thing but I do it anyways what like filling up at a quarter tank one is still half filled I don't know because I feel they occasionally you need to let it go down and then refill it all the way problem is I I would then have to pay expensive gas expense handsome gains for one time or damaging your car significantly which is going to cost you way more in the long run is true so let's gas stations seem pretty sketchy though and I don't know uh-huh yeah avoids get to yes she's early one gas station with you like on a gas way I forgot to ask there's one gas station that's kind of out of the city but it's it's in town and it literally looks like a one convert a house into a gas station because the one you're showing me yeah yes as literally like hit it looks converted their house into a gas station and the like were they expanded a little bit and put pumps there that legal is that safe for that's what happened but it looks like a yeah but shells doing it so yeah so now that you know your tire pressure is one cause of low gas mileage another thing that I mentioned was replacing make sure you replace spark plugs on time and also replace your air filter often because dirty air filters use ten percent more fuel really so that's costing you thirty five for gallon I mean how quickly do air filters get dirty they send their place at least once a year unless you're going through areas that are more ostiense more like the air filled with more pollution I guess in a way that both air filters like the cabin and the engine ill filters sure I don't know but it said that newer cars are more computers are smart enough to determine that they're having lower air flow through to where they can a little bit managed the fuel usage to where you're not using as much they can't do everything yeah low buffer room and then one other point mentioned was that you can save money by driving slower so wait by driving so they of driving sorely meant don't hit the gas super hard accelerate when do that that's what I'm saying like you already do these things so like higher pressures will yeah but there's like see everyone goes a fast I'm slowly over here like I'm staying in the Egos on E. Yup thirty miles per hour five I like halfway down to the next night oh now I hear fifty I when I was reading this I was like this is your justification personally because I'm like I'm staying in the ECO zone so that is saving best gas mileage like getting the best gas mileage by staying in whereas ego I late my tires a little bit I guess and then the rest of the stuff was make sure you like change things in on time and when you need repairs make sure you do it but that was some tips get to your best gas mileage that you're already getting so essentially you're saying I'm getting the best I get yes well thanks for your very helpful to help somebody else yeah I could help someone else out but and you're welcome I may do need the tyre thing that you are doing all the right things in telling you good job for doing the right things thank you for sloppy the back of your hand against your other hand the hardest thing to do something so they just both mood you just like standing there waving a stick that looks like a hand and lime goop stuff that we leave on the walls everywhere we slap them you probably need like a black layers on to see it our old house while must be covered still have one throat and slap for one we.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review

Android Central Podcast

15:15 min | 2 years ago

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review

"My name is daniel bearer this week no ten android ten and and await no. Let's necessarily joining me for this. Episode is in nick fresh off a crazy week kidding of writing. I think you must have written more words than hemingway hidden right. I don't think he he didn't write many words this week so i definitely have this week true. You are more than hemingway in twenty <hes> in welcome back our wagner. How how was your time away from from the pod away from us. It was nice spent i wanted. I've been wanting to come back happy to be back. Good good to have you back <hes> so we'll jump right in our note ten review is live. Go there right now uh but we did it a little different this week or this year because andrew you and hey otto. Who was you know. He was on the previous podcast right after the announcements u._2. Took the phones and you sort of ran with them. Literally you use the crap out of them. Wrote your experiences experiences in sort of a journal diary format just to give the twenty four hour impression seventy two hour impressions. Ask that change up until today. Which is when you publish your review what six seven days after you got the phone yeah and it was a really good process from from kind of letting people in to where we were at along the way but also helped us hyodo and i both mentioned this morning that it helped the us form our own ideas because you know getting them out there and forcing yourself to write. I think each of our updates was like seven even eight hundred words and so forcing ourselves to go through that process and knowing that we have to we we didn't have to you have a fully formed opinion yet. We set up front that like hey this is just how we're feeling a brain dump and get those ideas out actually really helped me and high auto both both get to actual conclusions in the end a lot easier by kind of just throwing things out there and saying oh well that that okay let's reflect on that later or let's see how this idea forms over the next couple of days and i think it really informed my final conclusions in my the review today. So how did i mean. Obviously your your your perception of product. Any product is going to change over the course of a few days but you know given that you have reviewed every note since the note four. How does this one on. It's a better phone. Obviously it's a more complete thought. It's more mature in every way but this feels like the note lying is a little little bit more muted. It's a little bit less anticipated than in previous years. How do you square that circle. How do you how do you figure or is it just that phones in general are less interesting or is this phone in particular less interesting. I've definitely heard a lot of that opinion. Nyan from from people as i put my thoughts on the ten out there that you know they rightly point out that the whole smartphone industry is kind kind of leveling off a little bit or stagnating or not improving that quickly and the way that the note has evolved in the last four generations or so is kind of just following that trend like the problem is that samsung is in full control of how how it chooses to differentiate the note line from the s line and they just haven't really been differentiated at all at this point. I mean at the end of my review to just spoil it for everybody. I point out that you know the word. Note just signifies that it has a stylus now it. It doesn't actually signify that this is the absolute pinnacle of what samsung can do and it's different in all these different ways in. It's dramatically better than the previous one because it's just not true anymore. The galaxy note ten plus is excellent just top to bottom but it's excellent in and all of the same ways that the galaxy s. ten plus is and then also as a stylus and if you were to rerelease a galaxy s. ten plus today it would just have all the same specs that the note ten plus does because it's six months newer and there are higher end specs and we're going to see a galaxy s. eleven. That's gonna come out in another six months and it's just going to be the same or better than the note ten plus so they're they're kind of and just on this same pathway and i understand that phones can't just get dramatically better every single time but it seems like there's more or of a stagnation here than would then. I'd like to see for something like a note that historically pushed the envelope more so. Are you had the phone for less time than andrew or i but you you got the blue version so i think you you win after twenty four hours. What are what's your impression impression of this massive of phone well. I've i've had it for about twenty twenty four. I've had for about twenty four hours at this point. I've i've barely set anything on it so far. I haven't even logged into read it on this phone yet. I will say yeah. Blue is awesome. Nazarov is wanting to trade me for the ara. Glow 'cause not really wants the blue to vader but <hes> it's it's fun to use. This is the first note that i've ever owned this. I note that i've ever used in any like like real capacity outside playing with one at a a big injury barbecuer playing with one store so it's it's big and it's beautiful and it's is quick and i'm looking forward to using it mooring getting used to this and then going back to pixel three or a galaxy s. ten and going. Oh my god this field small all but for now it's just it's huge and i'm looking forward to using it. I i haven't even i haven't opened the camera yet and i'm looking forward to taking the stone to the park and just going one wild with the camera okay so every new samsung phone has night mode now and you know for me. That's the biggest difference i think after coming from a a p thirty pro or pixel three and i have to say that a a previous updates google camera moved the move nights site into the main camera app app instead of it being in the overflow menu and that's been a big change and the first thing i do now with the new phone is i put night mode right next to photo mode on a samsung phone. Wally phone doesn't matter what it is. It has a motive goes goes right next to my main mode because they use that way more than portrait or video or anything else <music> andrew. You had a chance to take this to a lot of different places. You've taken hundreds of photos with the no ten. Is it a good camera camera. Does it stack up to the pixel three the p thirty pro in all lighting conditions. Where does it excel whereas the ball down so so it's excels in all the ways of course that previous simpson cameras have in that in daylight in even in kind of mixed lighting like like your typical kind of sunset photo or you know harsh lighting just coming from one side anytime. There's actually some sort of light available. The cameras really really good and samsung's dynamic range really stands out the color standout. It's incredibly sharp and one one of samsung's biggest features in the camera for me is it's consistency just from shot to shot you press the button. The camera is really fast at captures it does its thing and handed. Does it pretty much the same every single time. The only place that's disappointing is the same place that samsung's seng's always been disappointing. Those really dark shots where you do the exact same daniel i just put the night mode or whatever it's called right next to the regular camera mode auto mode and it anytime where you feel like you need to switch to that mode you've already lost with the note ten plus because it's just not as good as what watson does what google does and honestly even what sony is doing with the exterior area one which is hilarious because we've always paying sony's cameras for being bad in low light and anytime that there's a little bit to work with breath you get a pretty good photo but when you have that kind of late night scene where there's really nothing to go off of in terms of light or you're you're in a fully artificial light environment. You're talking about like a bar late at night or a restaurant with just candles on the tables or something like that. It's it's almost not worth taking a shot because it's going to be so grainy and messy whether us night motor not that it's it's just frustrating <hes> it's it's just extra frustrating. If you're somebody like us that have used the latest cameras like a pixel three cetera but it's frustrating the same way that it's the same performance as like debris jet last three generations of samsung cameras. I don't know about you but i can look at google photos and i can just scroll through the thumbnails and even though i'm sure both of you are the same you take photos with many different phones and then applaud them to google photos and they just all get dispersed and they're all just thrown together. Yeah i can tell even from a thumbnail. What phone took a particular photo based on the color. I q based on a bunch of different factors and and we're getting to the point now where every phone takes pretty good photos but there's just something off. I think about out samsung in anything but perfect lighting condition and and i'm wondering if you can articulate what that is because i i haven't been able to to really figure that out other than to say it's. It just doesn't look. It doesn't look quite right to my eyes. Yeah i can and do the same thing scrolling through google photos which is kind of sad i realize in not everybody has those kind of side by side thoughts but because i was i was gonna say yeah unless i'm specifically thinking something i i take photos with one camera unless i accidently took him with the wrong camera. If i'm carrying two on me but i i don't do a whole lot got a side by side and most days in the park. We not side by side in terms of taking the same exact photo back to back but you can kind of tell there. There's something to a samsung camera that in the daylight the things that make it so great in terms of its dynamic range in its colors. Just don't seem to translate well to representing a scene properly in weaker lighting. Yeah i mean it's it's not so much that it's rainy or that. It's i guess it's it's just there's there's some particular nuance that simpson cameras have have that where they used to be an advan. It used to be an advantage and now it is no longer an advantage now. It's it's a disadvantaged but like in terms of daylight photos you know i'm looking through the the photos that i've taken with the no ten plus right now and they're pretty much perfect mix there. There's really nothing to complain about so from that perspective. I'm really happy with this camera but putting <music> equivalent photos and i'm going to be doing this experiment later this week where i i'm going to take photos with the pixel three a the p thirty pro and the no ten plus and i'm going to try to figure out what exactly it is. I i prefer about those other two cameras well and of course the pixel three in particular is is one of these cameras. That's a love hate relationship because the camera app can be slow and fiddly and it can some concern times produce photos that are a little kind of blander to neutral. It's not like that's perfect but the low low light capabilities of that camera are so good. They're so way beyond everything else. The you're kind of willing to give up some of the other you know parts. It's and i feel like i just wish that samsung would do a little bit of the same. It's really good at so many things in the camera department that i you know i it's just frustrating because i know samsung didn't have to do anything it just had to pick up the s. tens cameras in but the more over here it didn't have to do and nor did it say that it did add anything in terms of the daylight capabilities of the sensors or anything so it's like well what did you do. You should have spent spent some time improving the clear weakness of the camera there. That's kind of the the frustrating part and it's tough to put your finger on it because because it's kind of a nikki thing because like you said in so many cases the photos are kind of perfect that you feel bad pointing out out in saying that the low light performance isn't very good but it just isn't. It's just known it's just you just know it when you see it and it's tough in a review scenario dario as well because i put low light photos in my note ten review and they're good because i picked the four good photos that i took in in over a week of taking low light photos. I picked the whatever it is three four and a couple from ohio that were really good so i took hundreds of photos to get four good ones and that's that's the problem right now. We talked a lot about the phone specs and the previous podcast. We're not gonna. We're not going to rehash that but i just wanted to talk about this fourth depth camera because i've been i'm playing a little bit with it and there's this three d. scanning feature. That's really hard to find. I didn't i had to search for it and the reason it's hard to

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"nyan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Fair foods, I have it on good authority. We have a new state, fair food, actually ready for the tasting right outside the door. They should be bringing it in momentarily, but Bradley as you peruse. The new state fair foods for twenty nineteen I see three six nine twelve there's about there's like over twenty I think there's like twenty thirty. So all and that's not even including the beverages. There's so many different food items on offer. And of course, you've got all the classics. The things we've been, you know, loving. For years, some sort of our some new additions also that we've collected throughout the years. And then we have this whole new crop of foods, many of which I think, has compared to previous years, Holly remarked on this earlier that I feel like this crop is better than last year's of new foods. I feel like it is there's literally very little that I'm not super excited about on this on this offering one of the things that stands out for me that first thing that I saw that jumped off the page was a deep fried dilly dog. What this is this is why I love it so much because it is all things state fair. It is brought worst that is stuffed with a pickle dipped in batter, and deep fried on a stack wrong with brought worst pickle and deep fried and thing, and that's coming at us from swine and spuds. What are you excited about Bradley? You know, pretty much everything. I will say that there's a jam and brisket grilled cheese that has some slow smoked brisket read. Nyan jam. There's also something called the no baloney Coney, which is an Italian more to a pork sausage. Sounds dirty one of my big no baloney Conan's. I do. Actually, it is more fun to read these over that music, Turkish pizza shrimp and grits. You know, lots of yummy thing, cheesy Saracho frontal cake bites deep fried cookie dough. Yeah, we bring some food, and let's actually get.

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"nyan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:31 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So question marks whether that is still important. There's some things to watch that date now June thirtieth looms large, but will to resume get what may ask what if we will marked kicking the can endlessly down the road. I know see what the end date is on on on your mobile phone calendar, diary agenda, whether whether yeah, you can have an indefinite diary commitment. I'm not sure chaos. This breaking news, of course. And the pound actually fairly stable already perked up a little this morning in the Asian session on a on a report elsewhere in the media that suggested onto because minded to give a twelve month extension. Of course, we'll have to wait to see what he offers last time to resume ask for one thing got another. So we'll see whether she gets what she asks for June thirtieth or whether the has a different proposal. What's the idea for European parliamentary elections, and because I know the EU is keen to have the UK out of those. If they want to drop out of the block and they're prepping that the UK is prepping for those in case. Yes. Well, I think they know that one of the criteria for extending beyond April twelfth was going to be you must prepare for elections in case talks fail. And in case, you'll still a member of the European Union. Nyan you're going to have to participate in them. So that's that's that's what was going on the UK saying this morning. They're preparing for elections in case, the deal fails that was something we'd heard for some time that behind the scenes preparations are underway. Even though the UK government would say they don't want to participate in those. They are going to go through those preparations on the markets. Then we are very flat on the stock six hundred we as we digest the latest Brexit lines. But more importantly, perhaps wait for the jobs report asked the United States hundred seventy seven thousand jobs being created that is the estimate. That's what we're expecting to see in the jobs report that would be a lot more than the twenty thousand or so we saw created in the previous month with that in mind Asian equity markets, really go anywhere and the Chinese market was closed. And he we seem to be waiting for that data to come Frey, and you've got a US bowl in the studio with you in the form of a Latvian senior multi-asset strategist at State Street. Bank Maria, fate joins us Maria, the re. I say that is because you're bullish US. Stocks bullish the US economy. Is that right? Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Right. We see US economy is I mean, how how how much weakness where seeing US it's still strongest economy have the world we still yes. A lot has been taken out of fat curve. It's been very very recently. But it's probably Z only bangs that is actually in a position to raise interest rates at some point later on. Maybe Norges Bank is kind of develop markets can do something. I mean look at look at by going to eat three where challenging for those banks to billboard. None of those really springs to mind when you think about Strang's, so yes, you US economy is probably the strongest one relative to everything else on your stocks are the most profitable the highest margins. We can run the least for kind of positive surprises for quite a long time generous to the shareholders by back are still there. It's very hard not to be positive on your socks. Okay. But what about when people throw the city surprises index you and they say look data's been disappointing Maria quite consistently over recent months. He's not because is that. Because you see the US economy is slowing not collapsing. And so sure you're gonna get disappointed data. Don't worry. Yeah. Absolutely. It's interesting to see when people throw the opposite that here and say, oh European economies surprises centers as getting a bit better. But from what I think that's important. I think yes, changes important work level. I mean in my mind there as well. For reason, are there certain are there certain industries that you like better than others. I was just struck by a chart that are Dave Wilson put out in the US showing that utilities. Dow utilities has been a better investment than the NASDAQ over the last at least two thousand three I think Carol Massar said since nineteen seventy-one reinvested dividend. You've done better utilize. Yeah. Off to say my big fan of gross Tokes, relatives divider gross Stokes have out before for the last twelve thirteen years. Lots of people tell me that that that's about the change where he stalks to cheap earnings. I'm still big believer in grows. I think my kind of fundamental long-term strategic reasoning is, unfortunately, we're living in the slowing growth environment. Grossest, probably not going to pick up and kind of substantial level anytime soon, which would mean that interest rates are probably staying clo- kind of long. Periods of time, you'll curse probably not going to cheapen all us how very substantially central bankers policymakers have really no appetite to seeing recession. So candles can't kicking down zero. We'll probably continue with -til stains is kind of gross and low interest rate environment, which means that grows spoke shootout before what what is it that stops the slowing all the synchronized deceleration Christina God calls it. What is it stops that turning into a recession or something much more negative? Just that the fed and other central banks. Just don't allow that to happen you keep the faith in their ability to prolong the cycle. I think is through fat central bankers are look more predictable along more more more transparent. Seemingly government's fiscal fiscal stimulus potentially coming through in Europe. Particularly saying kind of appetite for this idea of territories running more populist governments. I think he's prolonging cycle. I hate to say that this probably storing trouble for my kids generation, but for for now, I think the cycles will stay stay stay longer, and maybe shallower, and that's an environment for growth Stokes in my mind. Where do you think when you look at the emerging markets picture? I mean, we have heard from a number of different sources lately that even though Chinese stocks have rip tire year to date. They still have more room to run. Yeah. I'm actually would agree will was idea. I think it's worry interesting. That market is wary close links trade war and Chinese economic slowdown. I think in my mind Chinese economic slowdown started. Eight year before the trade war or trade probably was kind of the background with Chinese authorities wanting to kind of deliberation address shadow banking issues, the probably going to pass the far that really put brakes on Chinese economy. So I think what's been doing the last nine twelve months as really trying to address that through domestic stimulus through kind of. Helping banks and courage banks to lend more through some fiscal reforms opening up markets on each is a very slow process. And I think it's beginning to bear fruit a little bit we've seen some signs of kind of watering out of Chinese day on some signs of consolidation. So to my mind, kind of Chinese house of Chinese economy is becoming it's to become more domestic on the man's as that's we're seeing some signs of improvement and finding where if we do see his Lucien at the trade. Will you think that this is not ready pricey? And so it won't be as sort of the cell. The fact experience he thinks we as we get some resolution on the trade war, we go higher and in particular emerging markets. Think investors are not exposed enough to. Yeah. I'm in e wishy that from Maryland with sees that from kind of conversation with clients when I go and present kind of positive case to on about on the merger markets to my clients. They kind of politely disagree. I think that's probably the best. They can hope for the sake. Yes. Say maybe not made. I think to see to meet very kind of bullish person on on the buy side. Lots of southside strategists are pushing this case, but yet to find the kind of by side. Okay. We'll look for that. If the timing on that Mary, thank you very much vague, Mona senior, multi asset stress, just two states. Joining us at previously on TV here on Bloomberg radio. Let's go now to leeann.

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"nyan" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Coop. Unproved? The coupe is what I would call eight. Boop. Poop, the coupe and thanks for your notes. And so the thing I don't like about J friends that we learned last season is when they're on camera. They are very aware of how on camera they are. And they're always trying to do a bit. And like, wouldn't it be funny? If I said this and it's like oh God. Okay. And I think it kinda shines. A light on. Why Chris and cavalry is so good at this. Because she her whole life has been on reality shows, and it sort of has become second nature to her in a way that I think goes under appreciated, but Jay's friend being there really highlights that anyway point is Jay was talking about chickens, laying eggs like older so loud when they lay the eggs like they go round. And they make a ton of noise and the guys imagine it probably because it hurts a lot Jays. Like, oh, yeah. I don't know. I never thought of it that way. And then his friend says the quote of the year, I think last year's was something about a goat. We got it on a shirt. Oh, yeah. Dwarf goat. Something about dwarf goat. Like you. Don't wanna get whatever this year's quota year. Do not put this under shirt. It was it was like if I had to think about it. Or like, I m magin chickens have pretty tight vaginas and j just said why? Why it could mean why would they have type of China's or why would you imagine that? So that happened and the big moment was they had to give back the Lama because they were renting it from Dirk spin league whose Luke Bryan, Luke, Bryan. And and so the the loop. Brian's wife comes back to get the llama they put the llama into the trailer. And and they have a little goat named pepper. Who clearly Jay does not like at all. And so when no one's looking he snuck pepper into the trailer. And Kristen looks over. When he's logging the thing, and she's like, what are you doing? And he goes just blocking it up. And then when the thing drove away, she's like, oh, man. I'm gonna miss peck announced just you me and pepper, and he goes. Yep. Just you mean? It was very funny, right? At the end, though, he told her that he put pepper in the trailer which kind of wish he didn't. But we'll have to wait to see next week. What happens to pepper on your next? Very Cavalieri update. Dude. Did he do great? Let's get back into the bracket. Let's get brackets into. Let's get breaking into the second snack. Let's snack. It j. Yes. Okay. Round. We have Doritos versus potato chips. Yikes. Mug aches. This is a tough one is a championship division. I love thereto. Also traders are very close to potato chips. Yes. Can I say something random like barely related? I saw one of those life hacks. You know, every now and then you'll see something on the internet member. I told you saw the ice cream on you put ice cream in the bag before you put it in the freezer, and it keeps it from getting freezer. Burn a saw one that was like if you take cool ranch Doritos, and you put them in one of those one of those things that's made to a pepper grinder. Yup. And you grind it or food. You can have cool ranch Doritos as a seasoning on credible. I know my microphone was like onions. French without telling rich. Before the thanks. So I thought that was cool. That's a that's a check in the win column for thereto yet if you're grabbing a bag of potato chips vinegar. Oh, wow. Out hesitation. Yeah. I go through phases though. I went through phase. When I I loved barbecue chips. It was all I would eat. And now I haven't had a barbecue. Chip in years. I just like I think I ate my fill of q chips. I tend to like our criminal Nyan union. Nyan shedder sour cream, which is cream. I guess. Yeah. I think just like cheese cheesy to stuff our creamy stuff. Look if you're like in Sacramento and chips, you really need to be in a fun..

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"nyan" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"I think player friendly contract. It's the middle to lower classes of free agents. They're getting paid or less, and that money that isn't flowing to them isn't flowing to anybody else either. That's ultimately the problem. If you told me that that money was just simply going to different players that say, well, it's fine. We're thinking about players differently now than we did ten fifteen twenty years ago. Of course, there'll be a change, but the issue for the players association. Now is that that money isn't going anywhere, but owners pockets and the players and union in particular, they have a responsibility to ensure that a fair share, and we can debate what the fair share is. But then he fair share of. Industry revenues which keep going up continues to float up players as a whole even if it's going to different players that it might have gone to five years ago. Does that conversation continue? Now, the games are starting to get underway when we get to the regular seasons as a conversation about this issue continue or does just having baseball to talk about. That's finally on the field sort of quell this for now in your mind. I say a little of both. I think you're right. That will be talking more about what's on the field. Trust me. I've been out I've been out doing draft scouting. Now. We'll be going to spring training soon. And I'll be talking about what happens on the field that this conversation is gonna come up again soon get to opening day miracle river junior he's still in the minors Illinois him and has the White Sox is still in the minors and they're being held down to manipulate their service time. So it's longer into free agency. You don't see that another sports when a player is ready to contribute to the major league club. He's on the major league club in baseball. We have teams following the roles, and they'd be leading service times they can get extra control of these players. So it's going to bring this conversation up again. And it is another unique. Nyan just issued a statement today. There's bad luck between the union and ownership worse than I can think of since I started in baseball in two thousand two and there's so many of these issues swirling around that. There's always going to be something some new player some new issue to bring this back into that box. You guys can follow him on Twitter at Keith law. Go check out the article on ESPN, plus right now, it's a great breakdown of how Harper's deal with the Phillies is actually a win for everybody involved. Keith, we appreciate your time. Thanks for coming on with us from my pleasure. It's it's really it's alarming. We forget about inflation. You talk thirteen years three hundred and thirty million dollars. And then we think about it. Well, at the end of the career, they're going to be paying so much as Keith really smartly points out at the end of his career when this whole this whole deal is done. You're going to be talking about twenty twenty nine when he's making ten million dollars a year that is not going to be a lot of money to baseball players. Make in twenty twenty nine straight ahead. Plenty of fans had their laugh at the size of the deal. But why you want your owner spending this and more? We'll tell. You next pits. Spain and Fitz or two sides to the price Harper signing today to groups of people. Phillies fans who are static and everybody else who are filled.

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"nyan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To Isaac the life coach to share the news. Two groups though right now everybody, right? Delivers. You're going to. Really? But the good news has come almost too fast. The union bootcamp we'll start before the graduation from the pre apprenticeship program next week. Their families won't see them graduate Christian Garcia, the one. Who said he liked being on a college campus is torn nothing in my life wanna graduate. It's a rare rainy day in Los Angeles. And the group is standing under one of those big white tents on central campus, the kind you'd rent for a wedding or something there's fake grass underneath. So they can work out is the rain pelts. The tent Isaac makes a call to the union rep Delfino Delacruz to thank him female, you made it rain. All these guys are super excited, man. I go down to the union hall to meet Delacruz. He's wearing a suit, and we sit in a big boardroom Delfino knows the chance he's giving the pre apprentices because he knows the world. They're coming from. You know, a lot of people tend to feel different towards somebody has been incarcerated as made mistakes in their life. I said we've all made mistakes and our live on myself. You know, I was incarcerated to Delacruz says becoming a construction worker in nineteen Ninety-four helped him see that there was more to life than the streets. And he feels good to be able to give this chance to others. Apprentices started eighteen ten an hour in two years. He says they'll be making thirty three dollars an hour. And that economic stability changes everything for them. Now want to buy a house get married, I'm gonna raise a family, and I just have a family raise a family. That's a big difference. Because in the past you would think we want to have kids and the mentality was so when I die I'll have something we by the reason, they anti recidivism coalition pre apprentices can jump the line is because they're in demand. Delacruz explains contractors need disadvantage workers to fulfil the hiring goals in their contracts. Anybody has had a challenge in life. I mean, they don't have a high school diploma single-parent, either, male or female, this matter, I incarcerated or even disadvantages has not been able to find work. So that's been a key driving force for for what we have right now, the diversity in in our unions right now, the anti recidivism coalition has placed more than one hundred people in union apprenticeship so far and it's gearing up to expand. But next says it costs eight thousand dollars to put someone through air sees twelve week pre apprenticeship program. The funding comes from the county the community college system and philanthropic support eight thousand dollars is about a tenth of what it costs to lock someone up in California for a year, the people I met were the fourth group to go through and they've done pretty well Garamaba hawk has the guy who is so eager to get into the program when he got out of prison as a laborer building the new ram stadium. Victor Blas the former lifer got an apprenticeship with the electricity and. Nyan Christian Garcia, the twenty one year old who'd never graduated from anything in his life. Got a certificate from L A trade tech and hopes to join the painters union with jobs like these they're far less likely to wind up in prison again. But but Nick says that's setting the bar too low. I said the bar at are they in a union job and making beyond a livable wage. Are they able to get out of poverty and buy or rent a nice place for their family? Are they able to graduate college or university to me those are the outcomes we should be looking for not just do they not go back to prison?.

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"nyan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on KTOK

"Officials and teachers continued talks as the educators remain on strike burgee is an early childhood education teacher, and she says to make ends meet she often rents out in her apartment on Airbnb do that I have to regularly pack usually on a moment's notice. And there's been hundreds and scrambling haven't been able to find a roof over my head, and I slept in my parking lot. Teachers say the problem is incentives to work at certain schools have become wildly unpredictable. They don't always know if he'll get them. Or if the school there at will. We'll even qualify for them that year. Cared about equity and teachers they would pay a predictable wage, they want less incentive money for a few teachers and more base pay for all teachers, Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News, a suspected robber slides his way into handcuffs proving tough for everyone, including Bank robbers police in Waterville, Maine, say a man robbed a Bank, then ran across four lanes of traffic through a restaurant parking lot. Then slipped on ice sending his gun in cash flying that slipped. Just happened to occur in front of state. Police special agent Glen Lang who wasn't aware of the robbery had just occurred was able to tackle and handcuff the suspect until police hauled him off to jail weapon turned out to be a BB gun. Rich Denison, Fox News UN agencies, one governments and makers of headphones cell phones and other audio devices to do more to keep the volume down over concerns about hearing laws the World Health Organization and the international telecommunications unit. Nyan presented the new standards which are voluntary for the manufacturer. And use of personal audio devices. The World Health Organization says nearly half all people between the ages of twelve and thirty five or at risk of hearing loss due to what they're calling prolonged and excessive exposure to loud sounds the recommendations.

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"nyan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thirty six degrees. Fair skies right now in New York. Increasing cloudiness today with a chance of showers later within your steady temperature around forty one degrees. Rain tonight. Lows around thirty eight degrees and more rain tomorrow morning, then clearing up a little bit with a high near forty eight degrees. Thirty six degrees. Fair skies right now. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Stacey Abrams who wants ran for governor of Georgia delivered the democratic response to the state of the union speech last night growing up. My family went back and forth between lower middle class and working class yet, even when they came home, weary and bone tired. Parents found a way to show us all who we could be. Let's talk about the tradition of the official response with commentator Cokie Roberts who joins us each week to talk about other government and politics work, high Cokie. Hi, steve. Okay. Here's a question from one of our listeners. Hi, this is Christina Griffith. I live in Philadelphia. When was the first time congress decided a response to the state of the union was necessary and was the choice of who would make. That response. Always a meaningful gesture or did it just fall to a party leadership? Well, the first response in the way, we've come to know it came in nineteen sixty six the year before Lyndon Johnson and moves the state of the union. Nyan from a daytime event into prime time for a bigger audience. And the Republicans realize what a boon it was. And so they demanded some time for a response. The to congressional leaders Gerald Ford in Everett, Dirksen delivered it, and yes, it is the leaders who decide, but they've decided all kinds of different approaches over the years. Now, we have a question from Robert Lee rouse junior. Who asks don't these speeches kinda have a history of burning the person who gives them? Well, the person who gives them off burns immerse herself. Okay. You remember in twenty thirteen Marco Rubio grabbing for a bottle of water? He runs that's free. He does in two thousand nine then Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal sounded so much like Mr. Rogers that he was ridiculed endlessly by late night comedians. My personal favorite was nine hundred eighty five when the Democrats put on a slick video where they conducted focus groups to answer Ronald Reagan, the voters spoke their minds..

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"nyan" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"nyan" Discussed on About to Review

"Because the first episode was about the the Gorman dogfight, and like that is a real thing that you can look up and read the real reports from it. Yeah. So it is kind of fascinating. And so John, do you believe in aliens one hundred percents there is no way? And here's somebody listeners shocked didn't know, they're not I don't have any listeners who would be shocked that, but it just like the arrogance of people who think that we are it brands universe. Really? Yeah. I mean, again, similar to how okay here tying it all in. Yes. Okay. So when people were like all these parents had to be built by aliens cause Brown, people are not smart figured out veasley shirt. And then you get human tour like, well, we are the only carbon based life form that could exist. Cool. Why? Why are we limiting carbon based lifeforms there are creatures on the planet? Yeah. That do not adhere to the life. The way the things that we defer and determine what life is. Yeah. The planet earth from like years ago. Those little shrimp, then live on like geothermal vents. Yeah. That breathes sulfur. What's the name of that little piggy? Bear thing. You know, the little piggy bear. And it's like eight listeners are screaming can see right now that little face this water water Baird something like that yet. Bear thing that can survive everything everything. Right. And it's a door -able in great. You know, I'm going to have to look that up and it is. And I know that listeners are mad at me. You know, there's so many different. You grade tired of gray lag- little guy. He's trying his best this like they survive in almost any environment. We have organisms here on this planet that kind of divisive sort of thing that we are the only things in the universe. Come on get over yourself. Yeah. Yeah. Humans given selves. Yes. Yeah. No. I mean, of course, I agree. One hundred ten percent the universe is vast. I mean, it's like it's inconceivable really how large says, you know, and the idea that we're the only people who are capable of like wearing pants, and creating pike cast is just stupid. You know, think about that think about like that there's another key. Imagine there's another like alien species out there. Just being like working on my podcast. So I add here to the Star Trek philosophy. Okay. I contact. Okay. So the vulcans. Yeah. Had known about us for a long time. Right. They pass by. They're like, you know, what not worth it? Yeah. They've not developed war were driving worth drive. That actually yet. Well, Warf drive was a different thing different channel a movie anyway, but they had not developed warp drives different. Cochran had not developed at yet. They're like, we'll even what it neared, zephyr, cocker broke the war barrier. Yeah. That was their invitation mic. Okay. Time to go say, hi, right? Granted they did that. And then after a while the genyk spores with Nyan soom, we all which will remember we still a lot to learn. Yeah. But I believe something like that. Yeah. Those things that are out there. They're gonna mess with us. They're like you are bound to destroy your own planet. Nah. Right. Go ahead. I mean, there's even they just recently just had those signals that came gem is like something bananas something eighty million light years away someplace that's like a long dead. Probably you know, what I mean. But even so like there's like these frequencies that are coming out. And I yeah, I mean, I think that it's like. Who's to say the reason why we haven't contacted them or they haven't contacted us is because the fact that maybe they're in their ice age. You know, or maybe we are still in our primitive form where we the things that we are getting those signals that we received. Yeah. Could very well be telling us everything we have no way to actually stand it. Yeah. Yeah. We're just children were babies were still dabbing on stuff. Infants you know. I mean that that makes sense to me, you know, I think that it's really it's really hopeful at the end of the day to believe that there's something else out there, you know, because if you just believe that this is it you're gonna be real sad all the time. Like, humans are trash like sorry to bring it down..

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