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"ober" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

03:56 min | Last month

"ober" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"Was it was definitely something that i think had it not been john cameron mitchell and had it not had cameos by cynthia revo and glenn close and pale opponent that i might not have been interested in the subject matter but it was brilliant and beautiful and just an an exceptional use of the medium It felt various cinematic. I really really loved that. That's luminary and luminaries a paywall service. And i don't think it has reached a free platform yet but it's really when i started to this one from abc which is Australian version of npr. Called cross bred. It's a musical comedy about a christian musical like rap duo and so the music is really funny and the dialogue is really hilarious. It's fiction it's like. It's totally a delightful romp. I i've found that a couple of weeks ago. Been listening to it. So yeah i mean i think any way that folks can clay with a medium and make something totally unique is is really appealing to me and i think that's what those podcasts musicals really do well i will certainly say as someone who has become a fan of yours over the last two seasons of spectacular failures. That mean you certainly bring as much as you are a journalist and you're fact checking you're presenting these stories. You still infuse your personality. Which is i think. What really makes the show. So it's a it's a great honor to have you on this podcast to share your insights. Oh it's my pleasure. It's really fun to chatan gas bag about all things show related and other things with her years of experience behind the mic and in storytelling lauren. Touched upon some important concepts and ideas to think about whether you're putting together a podcast or creating a new show for the stage or screen. I particularly liked what she said about the fine line. Between your jobs and your hobbies and your passions it hearkens back to something. Michael kilgore said in an episode with hannah. Ls last season your hobby. It doesn't have to be your job or even bring you money. And conversely it puts a lot of pressure on any job to also give you passion and fulfillment and fun that a hobby can bring and it is this delicate balance that we artist are striving for using our creativity to its fullest and enjoying the process while also making sure. There is money in the bank and food on the table. If you need any help in creating that balance working on the artistic or the business side of your career then feel free to reach out to me for coaching staff consultations. I'd love to help you in any way. I can at any point along your creative journey. You can reach out to me or sign up for monthly coaching at never make it dot com. Thank you for joining me. And lauren for part two of our conversation. I'm your host patrick. Oliver jones in charge of recording editing and producing this podcast dylan. Adams is the booking producer music in this episode provided by blue dots sessions. and bortex. Join me next week with actress. Singer and comedian ashley. Monique benard as we talk more about why i'll never make it..

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"ober" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

06:50 min | Last month

"ober" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"So since you have a show called spectacular failures. I was wondering of your own spectacular. Is there well. let's try to just pick one is stands out as memorable. I have no shortage of stories about that Okay so i'll i'll give you like the way that i see. My life is like a sort of. I see it in my head is a sort of pre radio and post radio training and so when i went to that radio camp In the middle of that and that was about twenty twelve my longtime partner. And i you know a broke up in the middle of that and then i had no place to live And very amicable. But i still had to find a place to live and then i didn't have a job because i had. I had left a very bad job in order to go and do this. Radio training And surprise surprise when you just have like two months of training. People aren't like god. Yes work for us. We'll pay you so much money like you're so good already so i had no job no partner no place to live I had to live on a friend's farm for a little bit. Like so that. I you know i i was like i was without a home. I had a po box and so that is not something. Many people can say the living on a farm and have appeal. That was your love is my life. I would just like go and hang out with them when they were like taking care of the horses. Now just record a bunch of stop. Somehow i packaged something up into a story and managed to sell it. And i remember driving in my car and then hearing that story on. Npr and being like oh. My god all isn't lost. So then. I finally i ended up getting a job in washington. Dc and it was not in radio. It was still in print. I promptly nine months later. Got fired from that job. I got fired by somebody though who right after she fired me went on mental health. Leave and never came back after six months so i broke her. I don't know that i broke her. That she was unwell but it. Actually you know it's a it's a failure in so much as you know. I didn't have a job and you know i was paying big city rent And was very worried about my financial future But it allowed me then to really focus on audio and really hustle always said. I couldn't be a freelancer and nothing proves you wrong like you know having to do it like being forced into it you know like i don't have any fallback skills i like. I'm terrible at waiting. Tables have just. I get flustered and angry. I think i would be too irritated with people Yeah and i forget things. I did at one time and i just like was not my thing so i just had to hustle and i sold a bunch of stories and did a bunch of recordings for other people and i just hustled. I managed to pull myself out of that and get a regular job at the npr station here in washington But it was definitely not easy. That was a big. I would say failure. I mean getting fired always sucks and it's happens me a few times you know and it's terr- terrible or loose. Losing a job of any kind is awful. And i everybody who lost their jobs because of corona virus. I'm like i feel you. I feel for everybody who is involved in theater because it's just. It is the thing that i miss so much. I miss it. I was like we. My friends. And i always talk about like. What's the first thing if you what's the thing that you want to do. Most i'm like two things go to the movies and go see live theater Because i see a lot of it here in dc. And i'm really bombed. And i play of friends who are involved in theater at just. My heart breaks for them. So i mean there's not just kennedy center but there's like great regional theaters there in dc this the people in new call regional theatre but it actually there. Many many shows that debut here There are many musicals that are tested here before they move up to new york. And so you know. I mean dear. Evan hansen i got to see the original asked when it was at the arena stage here and they are a preview. A lot of shows you know also Come from away those previewed here at ford cedar before making it up to broadway. So yeah we we get a lot of we get a lot of stuff here and And it's a great theater town and my fingers are crossed that we get back to it. Will all of us certainly have our fingers and toes crossed hoping that theater will come back this year. I'm pretty much looking forward to this summer. As when theater will begin. At least regionally and broadway says it will start in the fall so we should just wait and see and continue to hope but until that time and even going on beyond that i have this podcast and maybe you thought about starting a podcast as well. It has certainly been the thing to do. During the pandemic and so in part two of my conversation with lauren we'll get into some of the nitty gritty of podcasting the process of producing episodes they use at spectacular failures. What the future of podcasting holds and lauren gives some podcast recommendations hint. They're all podcast musicals to learn. More about this podcast. Go to why. I'll never make it dot com there. You can sign up for the monthly newsletter. Join a win me membership or check out other artists resources. The latest five star review comes from c. surfer on apple podcasts. Quote patrick is an excellent and thoughtful host providing. This view into the world of acting is really interesting and insightful. There's great attention to detail. Excellent conversation and high production value. That goes into each of these episodes plus. They're fun to listen to thank you so much for those kind words i am honored and humbled by such a great review of this podcast. Well i'm your host. Patrick all over jones at thanking you for listening to this podcast dylan adams is the booking producer music in this episode provided by blue dot sessions and bortex. Join lauren and me next time as we talk more about why i'll never make..

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"ober" Discussed on Collective Insights

Collective Insights

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"ober" Discussed on Collective Insights

"Everything is negative when it's grounded everything connected to the earth, the trees, the animals. Anything. The water anything touching connected to the earth's conductive is negative anything above the earth or insulated from the earth because of. Breathing oxygen sought become more positive. And so. Yes. So negative and positive. These are electrical terms they do not fit into the. Normal language people say you're nuts. So, anyhow, that's very basic. Is it so we have that to work with now The I think in order to explain this information. The way I came across the information was. when I met Dr Steven. Sinatra. From back in Connecticut, he came out and was attending a convention I co- Limbaugh, what I was doing, and he is a cardiologist I figure. Well, they would know something about electrical because there you're dealing with the heart. And the brain and so on. So anyhow, he sat down and listened to what I was doing and he says Clint he says, if you're reducing inflammation I mean pain he says, you need to be looking at inflammation and back then this is through a one through nobody knew what inflammation was. and. So I started looking and then all of a sudden I began to discover how the immune system. Produces. Reactive oxygen species. they go and oxidise pathogens neutral fill. Pathogen or an injury. A neutral Phil will come over and release reactive oxygen species. And it'll it'll come over in wrap itself around hey, pathogen damaged cell. And release these reactive molecules, reactive means they're electrically charged their positive they'll rip an electron. From an adjacent whatever comes in contact that's why it's called reactive. So all of a sudden I began to understand that these neutrophils are electrical. They operate with electrical charges. then. I began to understand that the body was more electrical than. Nobody thinks of it this way. But so then how? I started. Working with Stephen a little bit more and then he came along he said, well, he says, basically what's happening here is. The neutral fil is obviously oxidizing a pathogen, but there are some remaining reactive oxygen species that are left over after the oxidative burst. And they will within a few nanoseconds feel electron from an adjacent tissue. then. Merely, it screams out to the immune system and that immune system sense another neutrophils. Metaphorically speaking. and. Takes Care of that problem. So use you're setting up chain-reaction. You're setting up a fire. You're you're starting your lighting a fire. And so this oxidative process is the underlying cause of inflammation. So. This does not occur in grounded animals and does not occur in grounded humid geese because all the body is negatively charged. So now there's an abundance of free electrons. To mop those excess reactive oxygen. From the oxidative. Bursts. So. South thousand actions. Some inflammation is a positive thing is a good thing. I'm GonNa stop using positive and negative because it. It's an entirely different context here. But so some inflammation is a good thing because it helps us to heal. It helps us to fight..

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Uber Rent Car Hire Coming to UK to Help Social Distancing

Daily Tech News Show

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

Uber Rent Car Hire Coming to UK to Help Social Distancing

"Uber announced it will add an uber rent option to its mobile. APP IN THE UK. Users will be able to make a booking just before picking up the vehicle although Uber's actually encouraging them to make a reservation at least twenty four hours in advance. Ober has tried similar services in Australia and France.

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"ober" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"ober" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And the companies that were hit the hardest by A. B. five R. is the gig economy companies or are the gig economy economy companies were talking bout Ober lift door dash in instead card I mean all of these companies that hire drivers to go out and deliver or pick up people etcetera and they're paid a percentage of the money that's collected through the app credit cards there is really a neat system these people I came up with this there are very bright people all right so eighty five was meant to correct the unfairness of hiring those people and not paying them a lot of money used to be that over drivers or lift drivers actually made a decent living when I first started uber took a very small percentage of the amount of money that was a kick in but not anymore now I I was so I picked up a few days ago at the airport by a newer driver and now I asked him how many hours do you work you know twelve thirteen hours a day that's that's that's a lot of time to make a living and of course they don't drive they don't earn so AB five was designed and passed to give those drivers those employees some protection good calling them employees which means benefits are which means social security where a child workers comp it cetera and of course the gig economy companies are fighting it like crazy with her being the lead company because it's the biggest one out there so they have within the company what's called project Luigi they're asking for volunteers within the company to join this critical project around a B. five that would involve developing new app features and they're bringing in policy legal marketing technology operations staffers and this is considered I'm gonna quote now the most critical impactful an urgent efforts at the company because if they lose this one and of course the file lawsuits a minute at mediate Lee so A. B. five is not yet not been forced upon these companies because they're fighting it like crazy and if it turns out that they're forced to comply and all the drivers so are there for employees that just blows up the model one hundred percent literally blows it up and so what's going to happen well if you look at A. B. five and eighty five is up held everybody is an employee I don't care what you do hi it is the hundreds of thousands in the gig economy contractor employees status that are gonna be nine contractors employees wage floors benefits worker I'd protections and the only people that will be left that will be considered independent contractors is going to be the plumber the comes in and unclog your toilet short of that everybody is an employee I mean think of this how much control does the company have over your art your wages over your work environment over how much independence you have now Wilbur's are you Hey our drivers don't have to drive but we determine how much money you haven't so there's an argument and then the issue is do the drivers are the drivers at the core of the business that's what we're talking about if the business provides a certain service particularly are those drivers or those delivery people or the workers do they do the core at the core of the business for example over over is a ride share program right it's a service that picks people up and delivers in various places and what a B. five says is Hey what you do is draw a therefore do you think your drivers aren't got doing the core business well here's Hooper's argument and that it makes sense now whether they it goes that way or not they say we're died that we're gonna drive a company we don't hire drivers were basically a matching company we connect drivers to the connect Trivers to other writers and the argument against that is wait a minute you determine how much money if it was just connecting people and you have a dating service then everybody just negotiates I'll pay you five Bucks to go there well pay of four well no I one six then it becomes truly independent where they're just using uber as a platform to meet people so we're gonna see what happens incidently arm lift door dash each have pledged to contribute thirty million dollars to a ballot initiative aimed at establishing their quote independent contractors AS nine employees as independent contractors ten ninety nine employees if you will and so you're gonna see a hundred fifty million dollars being spent here in California it could be one of the big big propositions out there a lot of money being spent you just wait all right coming up early childhood providers I did get paid by the state if they're providing care for underprivileged all low income kids well there's a twist to this then I want to share with you and also we come back your chance to win a thousand dollars all right Jennifer police in Los Angeles are working to stop an increase in rental car burglaries LAPD in LA county sheriff's detectives say burglars from the bay area I've been traveling the so cal the break in a rental.

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Travis Kalanick Selling Out

Squawk Pod

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Travis Kalanick Selling Out

"Former. CEO OF UBER. Travis calsonic has now sold more than two point. Five billion dollars worth of his shares since lock-up period expires aspire. Just last month that leaves now with less than ten percent of his holdings left and put them on pace to be completely divested within days is remaining stake is worth about two hundred fifty million billion dollars. He's still a member of Uber's board calendar has been working on his new venture cloud kitchens which has been buying real estate around the world in a bet that restaurants. Well it's went. We pay rent capacity to create food four delivery but this is A. This is an indictment I think of Ober your terms of In terms of crevices view of the future of the company. Or is it something else to quote Jim. Cramer sell sell sell sell sell the smart money. Nobody on earth knows more about Uber than traffic on the board in business he knows the competitors e I mean this is a very very smart but could it be either some frustration eh frustration with the direction of the company that he disagrees with may not be wrong. Company was very nice to him when they were going out with. That was my question. It was really an indictment of over or is it just say something about the relationship so soured this guy cares deeply about his own personal net worth the first time I met him He told me how much personal net worth was a guy. So I don't think he's making control it the idea of handing over control to somebody else to be able to run his money if he can take it out and invested in a project where he actually has hands on experience because even though he's on the board I don't think he gets much much of a say in what happens in the company at this point and disagrees with Derek. Ostra Xiaoping where where things are headed as. Well things have been so afraid I I thought it was a poor form warm. They didn't allow him to stand on the New York Stock Exchange the day that they went public rather. It was a personal clash. They don't have to raise money for his new project and I see him. I don't see him as the type of person who would like to run his own money. He doesn't seem like somebody who is a passive sort of investor or somebody. Who likes to say okay? You run the show and I'll and I'll figure it out. It seems to me that he would WANNA be more in control of his desk. But aren't you both right. Isn't it also a personality clash every time Andrew. I've seen you ask Dora. Yeah and I've asked Dara the answer you get back. It is an emphatic. We love. We're besties release together.

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Apple Removes Controversial App From The App Store Over Chinese State Run Media Complaints

WSJ What's News

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Apple Removes Controversial App From The App Store Over Chinese State Run Media Complaints

"Yes sold a diversey around this APP has been webling up actually over the last week or so and on how it went was apple initially rejected the sap during its review process but that move by Apple drew criticism last week across social media in the US and Europe and then the ober appeal that decision to apple and apple this time of the APP but that's when really the Chinese state media and consumers began criticizing apple so on Tuesday there was a very strongly phrased commentary against apple on the People's Daily on that's the official mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party and I think one reason why the state media strongly criticized apple in China on this issue is because anything related to sovereignty in China is a very sensitive issue as we're also seeing with the case of NBA they're clashing against the Chinese government and that commentary in the People's Daily called this APP quote toxic software and said it betrays the feelings of Chinese People Yoko says the situation has left apple and a sensitive position that's because a fifth of the company's sales come from China the current situation really shows or underscores the difficulty that American companies are facing these days if you're operating in China on their basically kind of cop between the Western markets consumers there are sympathize with the Hong Kong protesters and China and China's been trying to bring into this unrest apple said in a statement that it removed the APP due to concerns that endangered law enforcement and residents

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Uber makes JFK airport helicopter taxis available to all users

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Uber makes JFK airport helicopter taxis available to all users

"Uber is giving writers the option to skip the traffic jam and hello helicopter to the airport instead well provided they can show up the money for the ride hailing company expanded its helicopter service today between lower Manhattan and in New York City and JFK airport out in queens so now available to all over right is what I phones instead of those in the top tiers of its rewards program Ober's open to deploy it to android users soon huvr seizes helicopter rides as one step closer to getting in the air eventually deploying a much larger network of all electric flying

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News in Brief 2 October 2019

UN News

03:48 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 2 October 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. A lawyer whose work helped the Kirghiz Republic to become the first country in the world to end statelessness has one a top honor from the UN refugee agency. UNHCR Aziz Beck Osheroff thirty eight was on Wednesday named the Twenty Nineteen recipient apn of the UNHCR nonsense refugee award his organization for Ghana Valley Lawyers. Without Borders has helped more than ten thousand people again Kirghiz nationality after they became stateless following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in nineteen ninety one the formation of new states in the aftermath aftermath left scores of people stateless stranded across newly established borders often with now invalid Soviet passports and without any means to prove where they we're born. Mr Asha Rav was motivated by his own family's difficulties in achieving citizenship after arriving from WHO's Becca Stan he told UNHCR nature CR. I cannot stand still when I see an injustice. statelessness is injustice. A stateless person is not recognized by any state. They are like ghosts. They exist physically but they don't exist on paper the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award was established in nineteen fifty four it is named for free not off nonsense a Norwegian scientists polar explorer and diplomat who was the first high commissioner for Refugees or the nation's the precursor to the United Nations nations winners receive one hundred fifty thousand dollars donated by Switzerland Norway to pursue a project to assist displaced people to be developed in close consultation station with UNHCR less than thirty days before the newly formed Constitutional Committee for Syria meets in Geneva to attempt to secure a peaceful full and two years of conflict the U. N. special envoy for the country acknowledged that progress depends on overcoming several obstacles from the release of prisoners to a reduction. Shen in violence in the country's war ravaged North West speaking on Wednesday journalists in the Swiss city. Guy Patterson appeared upbeat about the thirtieth October Ober face to face meeting of the one hundred fifty member committee comprising fifty representatives each from the government opposition and civil society committing mytton itself in Seoul the crisis in Syria and I think no one has ever claimed that but what we have said is that a constitution futian could help to bridge differences but in the Syrian society could help to build trust and it could also be a door opener to the broad to political process a smaller body consisting of forty five members will also meet separately to prepare and draft proposals in line with agreed terms framed named by the key principles of respect for the UN Charter Security Council resolutions unserious sovereignty independence and territorial integrity it too will be made up of equal members from the three groups that is fifteen people each from the government opposition and civil society the UN human rights. It's High Commissioner will be in Malaysia later this week. The first ever visit by a U N human rights chief to the country Michelle Bachelet arrives in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. Eh for a two day visit at the invitation of the government she is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Tune Dr Mahathir Bin Mohamed and other high level officials us as well as the National Human Rights Institutions Suhakam civil society organizations the National Bar Association and the UN and diplomatic community. The High Commissioner is also due to visit an alternative learning center for Rohingya Refugees Deanne Pen U._N. News.

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San Francisco, Chief Executive And Ober discussed on Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

San Francisco, Chief Executive And Ober discussed on Ben Shapiro

"San Francisco based uber is laying off four hundred employees worldwide in an email sent to staffers today the chief executive said the company was reorganizing its marketing department but executives suggest other departments may soon see changes this is Ober's first big cut to its

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"ober" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ober" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"By Ober sued over assaults by. I'm Evan Haning. Attorney general William Barr says the full Mullah report is coming soon general bars as things are on track is process is going along very well and my original timetable of being able to release this mid April stands in other words within a week in testimony before house panel bar defended his decision to release a four page summary of the report within forty eight hours after the special counsel wrapped up his Russia probe bar. Also defended his decision to release only redacted report for both the public and congress. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill LARs testifying before the house appropriations committee. Meanwhile, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin appeared before the House Ways and means committee fielding questions about President Trump's tax returns Mnuchin was asked if he has talked with the president or White House staffers about the congressional request for Trump's back tax returns. I personally have not had any commute. Education with anybody in the White House. Although I want to be specific that relates to me and not everybody at treasury anew lawsuit against duper says nine people were sexually assaulted by fake. Uber drivers between September twenty sixteen and February twenty eighteen in Los Angeles. Correspondent drew Griffin reports. Visit was filed by three of those nine victims. The lawsuit claims Uber egregiously chosen to hide and minimize at safety problems. And it alleges that Uber makes it easy easy for predators to obtain print at home. Uber labels to deceive passengers Israel's elections continue and the country's elections committee has banned hidden cameras polling stations following an Arab parties complaints that it observed prime minister Netanyahu's Likud party deploying staffers who attempted to secretly surveilled stations that are predominantly Arab right now. On Wall Street, the Dow down one hundred sixty points. I'm Evan Haning. With the quicksilver car from Capital One. You earn unlimited one point five percent cash back on every purchase unlimited.

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"ober" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ober" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Schools in Minnesota. When bitter cold temperatures hit the state in the coming week. The forecast calls for highs to regionally double digits below zero as early as Tuesday with even colder wind chills while says, he trusts local school officials to make the right decision when it comes to the safety of children and motorists no charges will be filed in Douglas county, Wisconsin in the Jamie clause case Douglas county was where twenty one year old Jake Paterson allegedly held the thirteen year old for eighty eight days. Patterson is charged in Barron county for the act. Ober fifteenth murder of James parents and for the kidnapping of Jamie, the girl managed to escape from a home in Gordon, Wisconsin on January tenth it ran to help according to investigators Patterson kept Jamie under a bed secured with laundry bins in weights when he would leave the residents sometimes for hours on end in a release Friday. The Douglas county district attorney says the decision not to file charges is due to the existence of other charges and victim related concerns. Adam Carter WCTC Saint Paul is issuing their crime report. And it shows most violent crimes are way down except rape and sexual assault, which saw major spike up nearly Twenty-eight percent in Saint Paul. We're not sure why could be a product of the new movement could just be more people are feeling comfortable reporting. These incidents to us knowing that they're going to get a good response by believing. Hope the perpetrators accountable. Saint Paul police spokesman Steve lenders says the department is taking steps to deal with the increase in reported sexual assaults including adding a commander to the sex crimes unit. The numbers from Saint Paul show homicides were down nearly thirty two percent in two thousand eighteen robberies down twenty percent arson.

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"ober" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ober" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Once it worth. Motorcycle accident. I'm like stop paying on it. Oh, so it's totaled. Is it gone? What's it worth as it sits? Really? Look it up. They gave me. But it's torn up, right? Yeah. So if you could get the eight hundred bucks out what you'd be great, right? So is that for sale yet? Do I know it's on Craigslist or okay? Good. Good. Yeah. So start going through and doing what you need to decide is where are you can make the most money as a side hustle. Per hour. And then do a lot of those hours. I think that's graphic arts out of what you told me. But I could be wrong. It might be photography. It could be over. But I don't think it is. So. Then I want you to roll up your sleeves start. You sell a motorcycle. What's the next smallest debt? There's no credit card. Touquet cool. You gotta cut up yet. Up in going. It's hard. But I did it you're doing it, man. You're on fire. You got the motorcycle for sale you're thinking about selling the car. You're working you doing all right steps. You just gotta get them real focused and real organized and bear down on it. Okay. Hit the hustle and grind button. Right. And. I'm a little bit afraid that you're just running out and doing Uber instead of concentrating on growing the other two businesses, which might be more profitable for you. Hustles? Yeah. It's kinda hard to just, you know, getting the business for photography getting the business for graphic arts is the hardest part. And I think you focus on that a little bit. And because I think you can make twice per hour. What you're making Nobre Ober slacker default button, and you just fall back into that. Because you don't want to go try to gather up the business. Yeah. So let's do a little bit of self marketing here. Believe in yourself. You're probably good with that camera. Your visual arts guy. You're probably great with the graphics your visual arts guy. It's what you do your creative. And and so I think you can make the most money that way to a little bit of marketing of yourself there and push that out there, and let's try to double your income this year with the side hustles, and you do that we put another forty grand on this ninety in.

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Uber to pay $148 million to settle data breach cover-up with U.S. states

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Uber to pay $148 million to settle data breach cover-up with U.S. states

"Ober drivers and Oklahoma affected by two thousand sixteen data breach will be getting some money as part of a national settlement state attorney general Mike hunter announced today that his office will give one hundred dollars to forty six hundred Oklahoma Uber drivers whose personal information was hacked. Now. Uber discovered the breach in November of two thousand sixteen but it didn't notify its drivers and attorneys general until November of two thousand seventeen the company admitted that after discovering the breach it paid off hackers to destroy

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"ober" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"ober" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"I'm two weeks Ober it's fine only because I'm in town. True. True. Anna. Television. But you know, there is really something for like for those of us who are home and are just like the mess is very hot, things are and things are bad. Like objectively like things are very, very, very bad. It's like when when I think about the family separation issues. Yeah, and just the onslaught of news that we're having to sit at home and here like are Oliver elected representatives, go up there and say, I'm troubled this is disappointing, is it? It is almost maddening for us at home. Are you? I am calling my friends and I'm screaming and I am angry and it is an onslaught. That's there's too much. There's too much incoming. So I understand that you know making that triage was hard, but I do wonder if that's something that you think about in your job because we're calling the offices constantly. We're do. We're doing all the things that we're supposed to be doing and we were looking for adults in the room in some regards and to hear our elected representatives just have these. Tepid feelings about things is something that you know that's troubling to me. That's right. So here's the thing. Part of what I would say is that I see things that they're not necessarily depicted everyday on cable news, but are things that also give me a great deal of excitement and optimism and hope. I see thousands of dreamers since the beginning of last year who have descended on the United States capitol. They are traveling by by car by train by bus. God knows how they're affording. You know, I'm sure they're sleeping to that point, ten deep on somebody's living room floor who've been traveling to the United States capitol because they truly believe if they walk those halls and are able to tell their stories and be seen that it will matter. They believe in our democracy. I have seen the same with the thousands of parkland kids, which is which now is not only the kids from Florida. But from Chicago and Compton and all over the country descending activating to make sure that they are heard and and to make our democracy actually do its thing, which is to let all voices be heard the number of parents with children. Many of whom were voice severely disabled, who you know, went through incredible effort to travel to go to the United States capitol around the fight on Affordable Care Act. And so I have seen really beautiful moments that represent who I believe we really and truly are as a country, which is a country of people. One that will stand up and fight for the best of who we are and who are activated and are not dispirited and are up domestic because you know, after all, if you're going to be in a fight, you have to be optimistic that you can win. And so there is a version of the fight that is also about optimism. And I and I am domestic. I do believe that we are facing challenges like we've never seen before. We are seeing some of the worst of behavior. I do see and know that it is clear that we have powerful voices that are trying to so hate and division among us. But I see also people who have been activated and turned on and they're not gonna turn off, they're going to stay involved and and that's going to be what ends up prevailing. I do believe it. It's gonna take some time, but I believe that are you? Are you even an optimist when it like when I think about the things that I feel most despairing about it stuff like you have to mystic about blocking Cavanaugh. Like that's one of those things where I'm like, it feels like post carting into the void. Yeah, but you know, go back to the fight on the Affordable Care Act from the very beginning. First of all, seven years under the Obama administration, there were those who tried to obstruct and stop at every step of the way because it was his administration that was pushing it, even though it was one of the most significant public policy initiatives that we'd seen since social security. You know, it's not without its its flaws, but it was pivotal in terms of making sure that that many more people would have access to healthcare women would not have to deal with pre existing conditions as being the barrier to getting insurance and getting coverage..

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"ober" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"ober" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"I'm two weeks Ober it's fine only because I'm in town. True. True. Anna. Television. But you know, there is really something for like for those of us who are home and are just like the mess is very hot, things are and things are bad. Like objectively like things are very, very, very bad. It's like when when I think about the family separation issues. Yeah, and just the onslaught of news that we're having to sit at home and here like are Oliver elected representatives, go up there and say, I'm troubled this is disappointing, is it? It is almost maddening for us at home. Are you? I am calling my friends and I'm screaming and I am angry and it is an onslaught. That's there's too much. There's too much incoming. So I understand that you know making that triage was hard, but I do wonder if that's something that you think about in your job because we're calling the offices constantly. We're do. We're doing all the things that we're supposed to be doing and we were looking for adults in the room in some regards and to hear our elected representatives just have these. Tepid feelings about things is something that you know that's troubling to me. That's right. So here's the thing. Part of what I would say is that I see things that they're not necessarily depicted everyday on cable news, but are things that also give me a great deal of excitement and optimism and hope. I see thousands of dreamers since the beginning of last year who have descended on the United States capitol. They are traveling by by car by train by bus. God knows how they're affording. You know, I'm sure they're sleeping to that point, ten deep on somebody's living room floor who've been traveling to the United States capitol because they truly believe if they walk those halls and are able to tell their stories and be seen that it will matter. They believe in our democracy. I have seen the same with the thousands of parkland kids, which is which now is not only the kids from Florida. But from Chicago and Compton and all over the country descending activating to make sure that they are heard and and to make our democracy actually do its thing, which is to let all voices be heard the number of parents with children. Many of whom were voice severely disabled, who you know, went through incredible effort to travel to go to the United States capitol around the fight on Affordable Care Act. And so I have seen really beautiful moments that represent who I believe we really and truly are as a country, which is a country of people. One that will stand up and fight for the best of who we are and who are activated and are not dispirited and are up domestic because you know, after all, if you're going to be in a fight, you have to be optimistic that you can win. And so there is a version of the fight that is also about optimism. And I and I am domestic. I do believe that we are facing challenges like we've never seen before. We are seeing some of the worst of behavior. I do see and know that it is clear that we have powerful voices that are trying to so hate and division among us. But I see also people who have been activated and turned on and they're not gonna turn off, they're going to stay involved and and that's going to be what ends up prevailing. I do believe it. It's gonna take some time, but I believe that are you? Are you even an optimist when it like when I think about the things that I feel most despairing about it stuff like you have to mystic about blocking Cavanaugh. Like that's one of those things where I'm like, it feels like post carting into the void. Yeah, but you know, go back to the fight on the Affordable Care Act from the very beginning. First of all, seven years under the Obama administration, there were those who tried to obstruct and stop at every step of the way because it was his administration that was pushing it, even though it was one of the most significant public policy initiatives that we'd seen since social security. You know, it's not without its its flaws, but it was pivotal in terms of making sure that that many more people would have access to healthcare women would not have to deal with pre existing conditions as being the barrier to getting insurance and getting coverage..

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"ober" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"ober" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Earlier with our news director Joe Bartlett about the Uber drivers and, the explosion of Ober cars traffic and they're trying to get a handle on this. Thing, can you just let anyone being Uber driver. And I, think. The people. Who might be upset with that discussion Uber drivers and she just happened to have one of the line Mark in Brooklyn yeah. I guess you're not happy with us Mark good morning Mark. Good morning actually going to help me going to hurt the riding public over nineteen thousand trips over so I know little, bit about it What's. It gonna do is going to limit the cause an increase the supply and demand so. Supply gets decreased it's gonna cause more Surge pricing go. Up and hurt the public well let me ask you, you've been driving so. Much I every I come in early in the morning all I. See on the Manhattan bridge your Uber cars you guys are. Everywhere you can't deny that you're adding to the congestion in the city I do seventy. Five percent of my. Pickups in the Attleboros And, who is serving. Is servicing more than sixty pickups in the outer boroughs. Do they service where people have. No service right exactly and market very good point and lend this is something that I, was talking with a friend of mine the other day with the taxi cab drivers we've always had the problem of taxicab drivers who won't pick up. Minorities, well Uber doesn't discriminate. You just ask for you. Tap into where they're not they're not gonna buzzed. By you if you happen to be a black person, trying to hail a. Cab as Mark says there are parts of the city where the. Cab drivers don't wanna go where you can't get a cab Well you also they also they also wanna limit they. Also want to limit the pool. Pool jobs which increases congestion pricing so they don't even make sense and what they wanna, do the city while they're trying to protect the taxi cab drivers her food too long had a monopoly Have some sympathy for those guys in the medallions worth they're, worthless now almost business, changes the city We should allow that to go to a million I mean that was. A balloon. That, was just waiting to break The go-to a million to Mark good info drive safely thanks pal. Thanks. For listening. To you know the more I think, about the more I'm on the side of the Uber driver interesting good point I am too because as a consumer if the taxi industry isn't moving. With the times because I want to find a cab by going on my phone call him went. Over to me I don't want to sit there and stick my hand out in the street and see somebody stops and so there is no reason why the, taxi and limousine. Commission couldn't have started doing an Uber like model and why should. They have a monopoly on transportation green cards. Though I thought those green cabs were supposed. To serve the outer boroughs nobody comes out to. The Attleboro, away leave I've seen one green cab in my life You stand out somewhere in Staten Island see if a cab ever comes by this was this happened while run here yesterday morning Michael just. This is a heartbreaking story could happen to anybody yeah New York City police department employees freak accident. Along the expressway guy was heading to work yesterday morning and a MAC garbage truck it lost the rear passenger tire the tire flew over the center median hit, the windshield of. This poor victims Chevy tracker through the windshield hit the guy in. The head and killed them pronouncing it at. The scene I mean just one of those Don't even see it coming yeah who works for the police department. Civilian works for the police department and that's unbelievable it's not, too far from where we drive or I drive in the morning it's just happen randomly, is just, unbelievable yeah. The tire just popped pop popped off the truck and jumps. Over the media and kills the guy like that couple of Long. Island stories and they're close to. Home for me first of all you had that the realm. Meant no one was injured on a. Long Island railroad train porter the part. Of the port Washington branch which is my branch, and, four hundred to five hundred people around noontime they derailed? Near. Woodside and they're all k- everyone was fine but the train service is an absolute mess the entire day in apparently, and axle. Train actual derailed and boom there. You go in the adver train service screwed up all but this other story, which is actually down the, street from me I don't know why I'm laughing does bookkeeper at a church. Is arrested, and charged with embezzling One hundred and eighty thousand dollars. From Saint Mary's church and Roslyn. Harbor now I passed this church all the time is beautiful The beautiful beautiful church. And at how does a bookkeeper hundred thousand really that's unbelievable over a, series of, five years it, was a part time worker she embezzle she. Apparently would pay pay by online check of her checks you know. For, the church but she would pay for her own stuff and then, she had this whole paper trail to cover everything up well I guess if, you know the collection plate goes around. On Sunday and if she's the one who supposedly counting the stuff from the collection plate she could easily steal it that. Way that's what we used. To do is kids what Didn't meet I said some of the money came from, churches collections but there's a hundred and eighty. Thousand dollars it was discovered after the Bank called the church, and said there was a suspicious five thousand dollar check drawn from a. Church account so listen to the her lawyer says she categorically and unconditionally denies the allegations levelled. Against her so what the church made up the. Whole story what? Are you? Kidding me it's going to be tough when you're up against. A church so this Therese is Alina You have to. Answer to a higher authority No. No no that. Would be a better strife she were assessment I am a. Bad one all right. Well we come back, while lots of, discuss we have, a Trump we've got. The tweets, we got Muller we got Giuliani we got Sarah Sanders you know the circus just continues to roll on. A throwing circus and we've got it..

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Those Prone to Feeling Guilty May Be More Trustworthy

24 Hour News

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Those Prone to Feeling Guilty May Be More Trustworthy

"Can go ahead and, download it but logging and requires using an Email, address that was pre approved by the company so if you don't if, you haven't, already been invited to do it I guess to increase your chance of being. Chosen though to use it they say post product reviews on target's website Participate, in store surveys when they advertise these on the story seats I do that every. Now and then you're, you get the receipt and you ever fill it, out do once in a while yeah here's the trick that I've learned, for that, create a dummy Email account yes You know just something that you don't. Have. All your contacts everything in whenever just you know and that's what you. Use. For these types of. Deals and then when they spam mail yet, I'll just goes to that account you don't, have to worry about yeah that's what I do with, my with for online purchases? Sure, it goes that same account because otherwise you. Get in dated with that. Yes So. It, seems like new members can also be referred by other. Users. Of the app so it's worth seeing if you know anybody that's on. It Six hundred people doesn't seem like a. Very large sample then does it knowing does not I guess I guess if you're really loyal target customers though it'd. Be enough to get the, job done Yeah that makes sense I suppose Just, to go. Online, download targets studio. Connect app And then. Wait and. See what happens yeah. See what happens probably nothing you know. It'll be it'll be just like that for me I'm, pretty sure, it'll, be nothing So check. This one out I like this to. Never underestimate the power of guilt University of Chicago researchers performed six studies. And found that when it. Comes to predicting who is most likely to act trustworthy One of the most important factors in there is there anticipation of guilt or lack of it The scientists found guilt proneness. Is the strongest predictor of how trustworthy person is More so. Than a variety of, other personality traits including openness agreeable, nece contentiousness and more. So if you are if. You are prone to guilt you're far more trustworthy that's what they're saying here those who rank high in guilt, proneness feel a. Greater sense of interpersonal responsibility when they are trusted or entrusted I should say and as. Such are less likely. To exploit the trust that others have placed in them Wow I guess it kind of makes sense Boy. I don't want to screw this up We leave you feeling guilty otherwise research suggests that if you, want your employees to be worthy of trust make sure they feel personally responsible for their behavior and that they. Expect, to feel guilty about doing something wrong It's a good way to run a business logical yeah well that's what the comedian told us about about The whole idea. Of Uber you just came up. Again. Just Wednesday you rate the driver the driver weights you rates you you're relying on a good recommendation yeah so is he he's. An relying in order to keep driving for you're relying on it so you can keep getting, picked up so there's there's sort of, an unspoken bond, in that. Right that unless this ride was horrible unless I was a terrible terrible, passenger you're? A, terrible terrible driver. We're all. Just, going to give each other the five stars and just you know yeah that's pretty much all right yeah I. Did give a driver downtown here once low marks because he couldn't pick up right. Where we were standing we. Are, standing right there and he was. Across, the street and around. The corner and. He, wouldn't. Come over. No he just go. Around the block yeah it's all one way not that hard no right turn right, turn and your back if. You're going to Ober being over driver and you're gonna try and pick up. Do. Pickups, in downtown Minneapolis you gotta know how to Navigate that stuff yeah And all that you got to be able to get. Right to that person you can't. Monkey around with that I think later that same evening there was another ride we were waiting for and the guys like I'm over, here across the. Street Well no pulling you do whatever you do come around this way We..

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A Florida woman found a rabid bat clinging to her arm

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

04:24 min | 2 years ago

A Florida woman found a rabid bat clinging to her arm

"Ryan Gorman with me in studio my producer Morgan lash, James, Berliner here, as well we also have some. Giveaways to on the show this evening we have a pair of tickets to see Robert. Klein Saturday January nineteen twenty nineteen at the capitol theatre so? We'll get to those tickets and a little bit This story is from FOX thirteen A fish dropped by a seagull smashed. The windshield of a parked SUV This happened yesterday At. Florida eye specialists I. Guess the bird Grabbed a fish the seagull and I guess it was trying to fly away with, it when it lost control of the fish the fish dropped and smashed the windshield of a rideshare driver who is in the. Car at the time Yes I believe so It's unclear whether the vehicle's owner has insurance. That, covers flying fish After a fell. From the sky the fish smashed the windshield of a parked vehicle And I saw I saw the pictures I mean it demolished the windshield can you imagine if, you're just sitting there was a pretty big fish Let me, see a pull it up real quick sitting in your. Car and. It's a rideshare. She's really waiting, to pick somebody up all of a. Sudden a smelly dead. Fish comes for lying through your windshield good start, this is it this is the? This is the pain. That that's a that's a big fish he's got the if you look at the windshield can you say it over there I can, see it I can see he's got the lifts thicker and the Uber sticker on his on. His windshield and right. Next to those two stickers you've got, the the cracked windshield and the dead fish is on the, hood, of the. Car that's a big fish if you were getting in that, Uber would you actually take the ride or, would? You be like no I'm canceling that's a. Good, question because the. Fishes and in the car, so it's not gonna, stink up the car right but now. He's got, a cracked up windshield. Yeah but it's not it's on the passenger side not the driver's side That's a hassle that's a, hassle? Canceling Uber and then calling another getting another. Ober, I don't know. That Uber driver has bad, luck I'd be like It's a? Really good point what would you? Do can you? Imagine if he was driving and you're the? Passenger and the. Fish dropped on. The windshield cracked windshield what do star to one. Star do you give do you give you give. Them one star I don't know Goals faults depends on how maybe five star depends on. A. Great tip obvious if he, doesn't swerve uncontrolled if he, keeps it steady keeps going and gets you to your. Destination on time. That's. Five, stars okay yeah it could be one could be. A five star I don't know the seagull drop in the fish on the. Windshield in roots. Your. Uber ride yeah manages to get you. There on, time no. Injuries no issues that's a five star. Driver right there A. Sun. City center woman got a strange as. She used, the bathroom. In her home this was on Monday A rabid bat clinging to her arm according to the. Florida Department of health and Hillsborough county the woman was helping a friend into a vehicle. In a parking lot Near the. Four thousand block of upper creek drive when she felt something Stryker arm. The woman told the health department she couldn't see what, it was and went. Home wallet home she went to the restroom and discovered. Small back clinging to her arm so she felt something strike her arm She didn't couldn't see it or When she drove home, and then realize in the bathroom there. Was a bat on her arm the woman I. Am switched it with a towel They were contacted. The agency was contacted and they had to do a test of the, bat which came back positive for rabies. Like squished. Like she squish gets she killed it That's sad according to the agency the woman received. The prix rabies. Treatment and is not expected to develop the virus how freaky is that that, must have been a really small bat up for you to be. Able to squish I don't like that well, and for you not to be able to see it, on your arm, drive the entire way home with a back clinging to you I've had situations..

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Microsoft and Walmart team up to take on Amazon

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Microsoft and Walmart team up to take on Amazon

"Officials are telling CBS news they're working to try and. Minimize the damage, of President Trump's Helsinki comments the latest in our top story in the WCBS opening bell report. Which starts at nine thirty now it is nine twenty five Bloomberg money news on WCBS. Sponsored by Mavis discount. Tire Mr. Joe Connolly Steve Dow. Futures are down fifteen points big tech stocks look like they will open lower because even though Netflix added more than a half a million new customers in the last three months in the US alone that. Was lower than they expected so this leads to theories that the tax have to correct because they're up so much, and maybe streaming as peaked, which seems unlikely Bloomberg says One quarter that, falls short of Netflix zone forecast is not a big deal but net? Flicks exists based on the faith of investors that it will eventually be large enough to support all of its spending Netflix does make a profit but it still has. To borrow money just the same because. They're spending so much for new shows they're spending it. Faster than they're, making it the head of Ober says he does not think that Uber has to be profitable. Though necessarily in order to issue stock next year Uber is losing money but not as. Much as they were. The largest the lowest the lowest. Price company does not always win freshdirect is still the largest online grocery New York it was founded early very early in the internet era and freshdirect charges six or seven dollars for a typical delivery that'll. Probably never be cheaper than Amazon or WalMart but they say the key is to target customers willing to pay more, for the convenience and quality WalMart. And Microsoft or to Amazon's largest rivals and. WalMart has signed a deal to use Microsoft for its cloud or as they say now cloud and services Jeff Bezos became the richest, man in history yesterday, because of the stock market worth one hundred fifty, billion dollars, at age fifty four but Bill Gates would. Still be richer than Jeff Bezos if gates had. Not given away so many billions of dollars to charities over the last twenty.

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ASX futures drift down, oil rally bolsters Wall St

Eddie and Rocky

01:08 min | 2 years ago

ASX futures drift down, oil rally bolsters Wall St

"Tracy jonky hi tracey hi there nicole investors appeared to be less rattled by trade war fears today no big losses and some minor gains the dow up thirty points at twenty four thousand two eighty three nasdaq up also about thirty points the smp up six gently used rental vehicles from hertz and avis budget have been selling at a premium because last year's hurricanes created so much demand in the used car market but a morgan stanley analyst says an impending glut of used cars will do a number on the resale value of vehicles in their fleets hertz and avis stocks dropped ten percent and more ober once again has a license to drive in london it's a fifteen month probationary licence uber wanted a fiveyear permits the ruling comes after regulators decision in september to withhold the license for uber now uber says it's reformed at safety policies and corporate culture and regulators in london say their concerns have been addressed business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm tracy jonky bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty and if you wanna listen to be zeon your echoes smart speaker it's easy to say alexa play wbz newsradio.

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British couple found dead near their Jamaica home

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

01:22 min | 2 years ago

British couple found dead near their Jamaica home

"The front have been found murdered at their home in jamaica charleen gal anderson's son say their parents were beginning the next chapter of their lives by moving from manchester to the carribean ober is beginning an appeal today against a decision not to renew its licence to operate in london it's off to transport for london told the taxi firm in september last year it would not continue it continue it due to concerns over public safety and security a draft bill is launched in parliament today calling for homophobic chanting to be made a criminal offence damian collins who chairs the digital culture medium spoke committee says he wants to broaden the remainder of the football offenses aren't malcolm macdonald played for england in the nineteen seventies and says it's important these changes are made for the sport it's totally unnecessary and it doesn't do the guy in many good if you support your foot without then you're gonna love the guy because the guy is what dogs and so game this claim as possible talk radio national weather very sunny and warm today temperatures even higher than we experienced over the weekend but i be cloudy and cooler the further north you go buddha's warehouse three trade prices could be closer than you think we're opening new branches across the uk find your nearest soco at sell kobe w dot com on ben flatsher.

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Yahoo is now part of Oath

Red Eye Radio

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Yahoo is now part of Oath

"Star star eight four eight that star star eight four eight star star eight four eight the monkeys have postponed the last four dates of your tour after guitarist mike nesbitt myth became ill we the monkeys posted on facebook that nez myth had a minor health issue before showing philadelphia and was advised to rest for the next week the seventy five year old return to his home in california nez myth has been performing past hits the monkees present the mike mickey show tour with bandmate mickey dolan's the group says shows and philadelphia new york and new jersey will be rescheduled i'm bill michaels ober hard rock hotel and casino in atlantic city had to work quickly to fix a misspelling on a thirty foot tall guitar installed this week the sign modeled after a gibson les paul guitar was put up without officials noticing the word rhythm was misspelled on.

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"ober" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ober" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He got away with being knowledged as the number one champion of women in the pursuit of donald trump he got away with some of the greatest accolades women bestow on men and yet many of the women knew all along that he was this kind of guy and while air extolling the virtues of eric schneiderman and while they're claiming he's great and he's gonna get trump and he's the guy to defend women and the cause of women these women knowing full well who he is around they're attacking trump and any other conservative republican men they can find doing their best to destroy their reputations it's more than just hypocrisy that's why i say this is this is cultural because the left would have you believe that every member of its movement every practitioner is cleaning pure is the wind driven snow that left wing liberal men are the perfectly sensitive and understanding pro feminist men are the models and it's these neanderthals on the right these judgmental restrictive christians christian men on the right that are the real brute since decided wanted deny women their freedom wanted deny women their rights and yet every time we get one of these stories the perp is an accomplished highly achieved and highly lauded ober left wing radical what explains this it's more than just apocryphal why does so many leftist women subordinate themselves to this kind of treatment and behavior the answer is because these are the guys that are going to go get their enemies their political enemies schneiderman had to be protected up until he couldn't be protected any longer he had to be protected because.

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"ober" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ober" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"It to jupiter they actually used gravity slingshot tricks they sent it towards venus i they went flu around venus very close so that venus's gravity slung it to make it go faster right which seems weird you know if you've ever looked at you know we conservation of energy says if i have a gravity well accelerator spacecraft going towards applying planet it should take it all back going away from it right except that the rotation of the planet matters the fact that you have this singled ober effect which is at its closest point going around the planet theoretically it's highest speed if you just fire thrusters a little bit you get a big benefit further out of of your flight space and if you play kerbala space program you know this hey richard hold that thought for just a minute while we take a moment for this very important message awesome support for dot net rocks is brought to you by conversational ui from progress teller in kendo ui conversational ui our chat but framework agnostic user interface controls and components that enable dot net and java scrip developers to create modern conversational chat but experiences in their web mobile and desktop applications the industry's first package set of user interface components built specifically for chat bots are available as part of teller ix sp net ajax as peanut nbc as peanut core windfarms wpf zaman products in kendall ui for j query angular view react php and jsp libraries by implementing key you i design features such as calendars date pickers list views and others that are included in the tool sets developers will be able to improve chat bot conversation through visual elements for more information visit teller dot com slash conversational dash you i.

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"ober" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ober" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"It to jupiter they actually used gravity slingshot tricks they sent it towards venus i they went flu around venus very close so that venus's gravity slung it to make it go faster right which seems weird you know if you've ever looked at you know we conservation of energy says if i have a gravity well accelerator spacecraft going towards applying planet it should take it all back going away from it right except that the rotation of the planet matters the fact that you have this singled ober effect which is at its closest point going around the planet theoretically it's highest speed if you just fire thrusters a little bit you get a big benefit further out of of your flight space and if you play kerbala space program you know this hey richard hold that thought for just a minute while we take a moment for this very important message awesome support for dot net rocks is brought to you by conversational ui from progress teller in kendo ui conversational ui our chat but framework agnostic user interface controls and components that enable dot net and java scrip developers to create modern conversational chat but experiences in their web mobile and desktop applications the industry's first package set of user interface components built specifically for chat bots are available as part of teller ix sp net ajax as peanut nbc as peanut core windfarms wpf zaman products in kendall ui for j query angular view react php and jsp libraries by implementing key you i design features such as calendars date pickers list views and others that are included in the tool sets developers will be able to improve chat bot conversation through visual elements for more information visit teller dot com slash conversational dash you i.

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"ober" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ober" Discussed on The Changelog

"Like different certifications and this is where enterprise word comes in which that on its own not necessarily has to be open source of more more companies actually also have enterprise worsen a open source a gate you just like spoke about exacly dad's in regards to to leszek on one of the previous shows but open sores is really like the key for for spot of movement on that note i mean how maybe you can more clearly define the line between source prism in in prison enterprise it's as ma i've said that in the break show i'm sorry i keep seeing prison and that's my bad prisma prisma open source and prisma enterprise that thank you for correcting me by the way so i'm basing how do you define the difference you know how do you put features into stores and how do you define what doesn't go back into open source of for example a pull request comes in for contribution that collide with your vision for enterprise on discern whether or not to enable that that's that's some of the often questions asked author an open source around businesses being built around open source right so the the good news there is like that it's typically fairly fairly straightforward and a lot of features that we that we wanna put into the enterprise version of like the the bottom up movement like the bottom up women doesn't really ask for that so no front reactive ober would ask about like the the sort of like compliance or certain audit logging what they ask about like eight support.

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"ober" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"ober" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And our vp hope to see their saturday june twenty third everybody is welcome i don't know that you've heard of this you may not be aware of what happened in chicago last night i'm gonna tell you what happened is it's outrageous the deputy counsel general of israel milner was ten minutes into his ober ride i'm lower wacker drive in chicago last night when the uber rider stop the car in the middle of lower wacker drive turned around and said get the out of my car and continued to yell latte and harass the deputy consul general of israel until it a milner was forced to get out of the uber and the middle of lower wacker drive the driver uber driver was muslim the reason the uber driver forced the deputy counsel general of israel out of that uber in chicago last night we was because milner was speaking hebrew on the phone he was barely twenty thirty seconds into a phone call speaking hebrew last night thursday night in chicago and this muslim uber driver turned around swore at him yelled at him enforce the deputy counsel general of israel of that uber on the middle of lower wacker drive last night in fact it take milner ashti uber driver you you can't do this i i'm right in the middle of the road i'm why are you doing this is it because i was speaking hebrew and the muslim over driver yelled at him and he was forced out of the car i'm the middle of lower wacker drive last night uber has issued a statement we don't tolerate any discrimination we're reaching out to the writer we removed the drivers access from the app as we look further into this i don't think you need to look that much further into this you had a muslim uber driver who so hates jews he heard a jew in his uber car speaking hebrew andy forced that ju the deputy counsel general of israel out of that uber car in downtown chicago last night.

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Ronny Jackson allegations come from 20 military sources, Jon Tester says

NPR News Now

04:00 min | 3 years ago

Ronny Jackson allegations come from 20 military sources, Jon Tester says

"Them live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer omitted acition by the senate veterans affairs committee who postpone indefinitely a hearing for president trump's nominee to head the department of veterans affairs dr ronnie jackson the president's enthusiasm also appears to be waning strengthen jackson's the path science to confirmations used in making been derailed regulations by allegations about but as npr's inappropriate nell greenfieldboyce workplace behavior explain scientific senator groups say john this task rule strove would montana's mean tossing atop out democrat valuable on the data committee he summarize epa the administrators allegations scott today pruitt on announced npr the zoff under things this considered proposed rule improper the dispensing agency of would prescription rely only drugs on studies that are completely publicly repeatedly available for drunk outside review while the science on that duty we use while is going traveling to be transparent it's going to be and reproducible creating it's a going toxic to be able work to be environment analyzed but tester those in the marketplace says the allegations and were bought those to the committee that by watch some twenty what we do military can make informed and decisions retired about military whether we've drawn personnel the proper conclusions or trump not some said today lawmakers jackson and we'll industry make a decision groups have soon been pushing on whether for to this continue for years and went onto but say scientific if organizations it were him oppose he it wouldn't do they it say studies on today health the and epa pollution announced often ober opposed contain ruled patient officials information say will that has to remain private the rule could also mean excluding importance studies from the past when officials are making future regulations nell greenfieldboyce npr news this is the first time in four years the interest rate on the tenure us government bond crossed the three percent threshold before falling back a bit npr's john ydstie reply.

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Arizona governor suspends Uber's ability to test self-driving cars

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Arizona governor suspends Uber's ability to test self-driving cars

"Are rocked by the stormy daniels affair story or any of the other stories that are out there and it seems to be the same as always polarizing some yes some no democrats versus republicans versus an independent that can go in any direction there's nothing new where the opinion meter is swinging let's put it that way nothing new this one comes to us from paul who says kate how about the arizona governor saying forget it this whole uber and self driving cars i actually think do see the governor for arizona the smart to do that because it seems like it's not very safe based on that woman who was crossing the street at night kid couldn't they have braked wasn't their way to see that yeah you know what's interesting is they rescinded so the governor rescinded uber's ability to test the selfdriving cars in the state because of the fatal crash of the forty nine year old elaine hertzberg was her name and that's what she was doing she says crossing at night police say an uber employee was in the driver's seat at the time but it was an autonomous driving modes it was going forty miles an hour and a forty five zone but it didn't slow down before hitting her so a video showed this week from inside the car involved in the crash the driver not paying attention to the road until seconds before the crash so dave ober decided to suspend testing that self driving cars following it anyway and the governor said forget about it because that was nightmare when that happened is what that was an utter nightmare.

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Waymo CEO says its tech would have handled Uber self-driving incident safely

WSJ What's News

10:38 min | 3 years ago

Waymo CEO says its tech would have handled Uber self-driving incident safely

"What's news from the Wall Street Journal, top stories and timely insights. I'm Charlie Turner in New York. We've learned more about the test operator of an Uber self driving car involved in a fatal accident. It's reignited a debate about autonomous vehicles and their operators more on this in a moment. I hear some top news headlines President, Donald Trump says he signed a one point, three trillion dollar spending measure averting, a government shutdown just hours after saying he was considering a veto Trump has been fuming because the package doesn't include protections for dreamer immigrants and doesn't provide enough money for his promised border wall. But Trump is pointing to major increases in military spending included in the Bill which he said he signed as a matter of national security. However, he issued this warning. There are a lot of things that I'm unhappy about in this Bill. There are a lot of things that we shouldn't have had in this Bill, but we were in a sense forced if we want to build our military, we were forced to have there is something. That we should have in the Bill. But I say to congress, I will never sign another Bill like this again. I'm not gonna do it again. The Bill keeps the government funded through September. China fired a retaliatory shot against the US Friday announcing plan tariffs against three billion dollars of American goods. Beijing said, is readying more actions against the Trump administration's proposed penalties on Chinese exports, President Trump Thursday, announced tariffs on as much as sixty billion dollars of Chinese products, a gunman demanding the release of the only surviving suspect of the two thousand fifteen Paris terrorist attacks killed three people Friday in a supermarket assault in southern France. Before he was shot dead by police. The attack in the town of trips has been described as a terrorist attack and has the latest in a string of attacks across Europe. In recent years back in the US government said, new home sales fell point, six percent in February while orders for durable goods rose, three point, one percent last month that was the strongest gain since June. Two thousand seventeen and cloud storage company. Dropbox had a strong debut on Wall Street Friday, opening at twenty nine dollars a share. Well above the twenty one dollars initial public offering price. The stock surge pushed drop boxes market cap above ten billion dollars coming up. We'll talk about the operator involved in an Uber self-driving fatal accident. This is what's news from the Wall Street Journal. Thanks for listening. Everyone. We've learned more about the test operator of an Uber self driving car involved in a fatal crash. Last Sunday Rafael Vasquez was in the vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian who was walking or bicycle along the side of a road in Tempe, ARizona Vasquez background includes jail sentences and a history of traffic citations. The incident raises numerous questions about Uber testing process for self-driving technology. It's training procedures for drivers. Ober background checks and the viability of self driving technology, throw all that on top of Uber's pass legal woes and. Journal clashes which led to the replacement last year of CEO and founder. Travis kalanick's joining us is Wall Street Journal reporter, Tim Higgins, Tim first, let's talk about Raphael Vasquez. He was a convicted felon wasn't a. Yeah, he was and his offenses fell within the company's standard background check requirements. And he remains an employee at this point of the company, generally screens for criminal violations dating back seven years. And part of this policy gives a second chance to to folks who have made prior bad decisions according to the company and this this involved, I think a an attempted Bank robbery or something, and he was jailed for five years. Pretty serious stuff. Yeah. You received a five year sentence and local county in the little county and for attempted armed robbery in two thousand and serve the sentence concurrently with a one year sentence for false statements in nineteen. Ninety nine. But it also raises questions about the entire program that Uber uses in in that the self-driving industry uses in a lotta ways. This human safety operator is the last line of defense to ensure that the robot car doesn't do something catastrophic. The person is supposed to be attentive, looking at the road ready to grab the wheel in retake control. If the person becomes concerned about the row conditions, or if the robot starts to do things that don't seem right, or there's just some perceived danger. I've been in a lot of these cars for different companies, and everybody goes about it a little bit differently. Some really pushed their safety operators to be very diligent. I remember I was in a General Motors vehicle and San Francisco through their unit called cruise automation, which is developing self driving software. And I watched the safety operator and he kept his hands almost touching the wheel. I could hear the wheel moving between his fingers and he wasn't applying torque to turn the wheel. But he was there basically almost ready to grab it if need be. And that's part of the company's policy. In fact, it was at some point hard to know if he was driving the car was driving, and I had to ask the the, the folks that were giving me the demonstration and look at the computer to see because it was just he was that attentive to to what was going on. Compare that to some other scenarios that I've seen from other companies and some keep their hands on their laps, which you know maybe doesn't give enough time others keep it close to the wheel. I, it just kind of goes, goes a wide range of how these things go. And and we see with Uber programs that there's a wide range of who's allowed to be a safety operator, not a lot of companies wanna talk about this right now. But if you look at job ads, for example, you look at General Motors, cruise automation job ads, and and they're looking for a clean background check through for criminal and driving. And so it raises the question of why Uber was allowing this person behind the wheel, Tim heaven, video shown that a lot of these operators attentions tend to wander after a while. I think one video showed somebody she was paying attention for a while and then ended up doing or makeup. Yeah. When Google was first experimenting and testing with the idea of self driving cars. This was a number of years ago they put together several vehicles and give them to employees is to to commute to work, and they told their employees that you still have to be paying attention in. You might have to take control the vehicle and there's a camera in this car. We're going to be watching it. You need to stay vigilant. And what they found was people became very quickly accustomed to the vehicle driving, and then. They started doing other things that really horrified the the executives Google, including they saw through the video, one of their people sleeping one woman putting makeup on just general things that clearly indicate. They weren't paying attention to the driving situation and the yanked the program and really pivoted their development towards the idea of needing to be fully automated, that they couldn't put a commercial product in the road for a consumer to have that would be partially automated that it needs to be need to be humanness. So that's what they're working. And they've started deploying here in Phoenix where I am in the Phoenix area completely driverless cars, and they expect to have a robot taxi service commercially available later this year. But there's still this, this challenge the industry, and even even in Google, which is now known as Waymo for their self driving out for they still face this challenge of needing to test. Before the robot is fully capable of doing things. So there in between this rock in this heart place where they need to put the technology on the road to see if it works and they need to have a human behind the wheel, and but also, you know, the the humans are fallible and so we, we look at some of the people out there doing this. They have very stringent policies for their their safety operators, e- your sleep and sleep. You need to pull over and wake yourself up rules against using cell phones in the vehicle, these sorts of things. And and really one of the industry, there is no industry requirements or standards per se, but there is a kind of commonality that we have found across a number of these players. And that's that going to in the early days of testing, you're most likely to see the engineers who are most involved in developing this technology in the vehicles because they know what's going on and they're, they're trying to figure things out and is the program becomes more mature. Most of these companies wanna start getting more road mileage and more exp-. Experiments and more experience, and they expand their fleets to more to a more general driving employee base. Maybe people who aren't engineers, for example. And so they tend to have two people. One is the driver behind the wheel, ready to take control. And the other is in the passenger seat who's monitoring the the system software to try to understand what the car is seeing into helps look at the road and a lot of ways some industry in observers kind of look at this is to people are there to also kind of monitor each other to make sure that the team is working the way it's supposed to be almost like if you look at modern airplanes, these things are highly automated in some would say, perhaps you only need one person there to oversee the machine. But we insist on having a co pilot and pilot really their tobacco each other up. And so what we've seen as the autonomous cars get further and further along. They get more mature in the case of Waymo. For example, after years and years of using to safety operators, they began to in two thousand fifteen to to go to having perhaps one operator in a vehicle for more routine things, but still going to to operators when maybe they would be testing new hardware new software or driving in a new area that they didn't have experience with. But for now, Ober has suspended testing of self driving vehicles during the investigation of this accident. That's correct Wall Street Journal reporter, Tim Higgins. Thanks a lot, Tim. Thank you. And that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner at the Wall Street Journal.

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"ober" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"ober" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Is probably two two more years and really need this point you don't know what's going to happen in the future on the the should be on their way to to succeeding it looks to me like i think that i think this reputation they're getting is probably the best thing that ever happened to lift and um and it could either could be a swap unusually the companies that are the first movers in any sort of industry are the ones you never have heard about later on is the late commerce that come in and take oath room and released exceed so you know who knows and really ultimately who cares if ober as a company is the one that dominates the future personal transportation what matters is the model what matters is the is is the idea that the you don't have to own a car that selfdriving cars can run around and improve safety and all the rest that's really what matters relating whether itself s lizard eyes i mean i i don't know why anybody would care i would say that division is it went matters it's figuring out the right metric to measure for success for self driving cars because we don't actually we understand the profit and loss drivers for a taxi business we understand what network effects due for an online internet business um what we don't know is how we're going to measure lick what are the defining metrics for getting people to get near selfdriving cars in pay you money like is it going to be you know is gas going to be the issue there so many things is it electric cars is it going to be you to the capital costs of buying exnumber vehicles to cover a city what is that even book lake who gets the best is going to be in your algorithms that help you allocate this cars most efficiently linked to me there.

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"ober" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"ober" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Or obras hailing her business insider says bows miss ain't john is leaving her post as head of consumer marketing for apple music she'll join ober as the ride sharing company's chief brand officer if one brand has taken a beating over the past several months it's obervers in january says business insider more than two hundred thousand customers deleted their accounts after public backlash over its actions during a taxi strike in new york related to president donald trump's executive order on immigration there have also been allegations of sexism what can saint john do about all that nothing quoting the exact quite frankly what has happened in the past as nothing that i can control but i do think there is a real opportunity for the future of lubar and what the vision is going to be having a real seat at the table to be able to do that is really important at this moment in time she went on to say it's grown so quickly in such a short amount of time and leadership and others have been so focused on growing the business that this very moment is about changing the image of buber and crafting what that brands story is that hasn't been done yet well not intentionally any way good luck to all involved it is a bummer to see our go and finally today one of apple's original video plays as finally in the stream and gadget says planet of the ap's launched overnight last night this is the show where developers pitch apps to a celebrity panel consisting of gary venter jug will i am jessica alba and what at paul tro.

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