31 Burst results for "Obser"
Man armed with knife shot by HPD police officer after charging at him in Ben Taub Hospital garage, Houston police chief says
"A man is in the hospital this morning. After a houston. Police officer shot him in the ben taub hospital parking garage police chief artas vado says his officer was acting in self-defence. The man who was shot had a knife. He was using to cut himself and then lunged at the police officer dropping in the knife and stopping the such story. Running right at the officer would point the obser- discharged a more than one around. We believe to round striking. The suspect oscillator says he then tried to steal the officers truck. The man was handcuffed and taken into ben taub for surgery for gunshot womb. The man had i come to the hospital for psychological distress. According to police the officer who shot the man was also working as a contracted security for ben tob also vado says he'll be unlimited until there's a full investigation
'No trouble' by John Seaton
"For the people who didn't hear the first recording. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about yourself your background way from what you do in your life in my normal weight life all right. let's condense it down right back. So i picked up guitar about fourteen fifteen in on a tune it for about six months lead on a tune it started writing songs owned bands and spit up. Or what musicologist middle fold ban. They're left handed workout. A friend or went musical group said. Hey either john. would you like to work on. Cruise ships adding covers balance. And i was like. Yeah but did that lead to play three sets. Every for six years point to burn out there will be bored of playing covers A den mets script without bet. Some of my friends festival knows. Where do you live eureko. They're like we live in brian subject. Brian the now with the hope of restarting by owning individual independent music. Riff in quite good van is whenever you made me pay for your business and is passed but kind of end of october last year so had to get my head straight and just focused on again and here. We are in on what we know. Who did you hear. Wow tober but it's not because there's this forest thing and that kinda but yet we essentially that's up today so of a ways retinoid. that is always written. I think i've never been more focused in making my own music and creating sounds really on similar. Say anyway. No for a baiting. My own aw i guess it policy by lab i otherwise always been really easy. We've talked about our is knowable. I guess but this that i hate the idea of like go deep door last. Avi try this. Dave talking about to just think that idea of like anyone is no superiority with music or anything like that. Like if you're making something it doesn't make if you're making music doesn't make your higher echelon anyone who isn't but it's just that's my outlet. That's yeah yeah actually. That's the thing that i love loved in and sometimes bit nervous thought april. Think or you may be better be like as a sense sites everyone stream-of-consciousness everyone like i'm a music fan. I i love this music like that. That is the joy. I get from music and create music the same as anyone who just sticks on radio song. And that's that's the word ethos that i have. We're in terms of my writing. Marco enjoy it. I have a paypal. Connect enjoy it. That s. that's a bonus. If anything else happens when music that that's the the treat are not even a bonus. I think he's a prerequisite if you don't enjoy what you're doing then. Very the who else or if. Maybe they'll enjoy not the right word but if you're not connected to its yourself in any way then how can you make sure. How can you you know think anybody else. You're going to be connected to it. I think that comes back to work. Came off from work in of us bands and on ships in the light. I just didn't feel connected to eddie more songs now. A listen to because of late Three hundred times like the name. Any names moon river tells deal with daddy more because just played it to death. A nampa one into that wasn't the reason why pay guitar guitar to share musical but just joy the spirit of bachchan was by the way for people who are not british. We're both british so the might be some cultural references and strange humor that you might not understand but just just just drop me an email and i'll explain things you don't understand. It may be some things i say. I don't understand the nature of the beast. Okay right okay. We're going to get into the ice breaker question. Spies into you. Which is actually one of my one of my favorite parts of the show. Search great answers to recite. This is listening to my friend to Bus week toko. Listen to his co. Cost and it struck me. Like is the true volvo. Costa is never the same officer not always at different obser- fascinated by talking about the cure in just beauty. These folks punky now even though magno beauge is as you never
"obser" Discussed on Coronacast
"Salman one of the things that we get a lot of questions about is whether the coronavirus ease mutating and we know that it ease and one of the big reasons why this is concern is. . Because with all over the world, , scientists are working on vaccines and treatments against the virus. . But if it mutates and the parts of the virus mutating other parts at those treatments targeting than, , they might not work. . So CSI rise put out some new research about the g strain of the virus, , which is sort of the dominant strain now and whether the vaccines. . That are currently in development still going to work against these dominant strain. . That's right and the reason why this particular strain if you want to call it, , a strain of virus has survived the full name of it is the D six, , one, , four gene mutation defy but turns you on Cadillac yeah, , it's probably more transmissible and it's a mutation that's tended to. . Survive around social distancing. . So we've socially distanced the Wuhan version of the virus at the beginning was probably controlled by social distancing, , which preferentially allowed mutants of the virus which were war transmissible walk contagious to survive, , and this is one of them and it seems to be comedy certainly dominating in Australia. . There is another strain on top of this that's dominating <unk>. . Aware. . which is also probably more transmissible out. . The fact is that this mutation is on the spike protein as you'd expect it to be because despite protein is the docking mechanism if you like for the virus to get into our bodies by the h two receptor sceptre, , this lock and key mechanism in the body. . Now, , if this was in an area, which , is also targeted by the vaccine, , because the vaccines do target the spy proteins. . And the spike protein has changed too much than the vaccines might not be effective against the. . Six one, , four gene mutation, , and that's been the worry and particularly with other mutations on top. . So as an accident of evolution, , could it be that despite protein becomes resistant to vaccines and what they did in this study was a study of ferrets in the Csiro where the exposed this to a vaccine which has got similar viral backgrounds in terms of covid nineteen. . To the other vaccines around and they found that in fact, , neutralizing antibodies where generated numbers the sort of antibodies that could kill the virus, , which generated two forms of the virus that have the D- <hes> six, one, , , four, , g mutation. . So that's good news. . The also did some modeling on that and they found that from their modeling that supported the fact that the. . Vaccine was going to actually cover this new strain as well. It . doesn't mean to say they won't be mutations in the future that could mutate around the vaccine but at the moment we seem to be okay. . Yeah. . One of the things that was kind of comforting for Australian context at Laces they will look you that we're looking at a stray leeann isolate. . So USTRALIAN samples of the virus that are actually currently circulating hia and the research was done here and so far it's still seems like so good in terms of the vaccines that are being developed us, , right so The exposed the ferrets to viruses within without the <hes>, , the mutation, , and the also did it in the modeling. . So another thing that's come out research wise in terms of protection is that they've studied Tasmanian healthcare who had the virus a few months ago and they found that they don't have antibodies after about three months. . Is this a worry attempts of how long were immune to the virus? ? If we do catch it that's A. . Matter of strong debate amongst immunologists and infectious disease experts around the world. . The current thinking is no. . It doesn't matter what matters is has the body's immune system memorized the virus and memorizing the virus happens in t cells smell former white blood cell, , not the white blood cell that produces antibodies. . So you don't need to have antibodies for the body to have memorized the virus. . So the real question will be is whether or not. . No antibodies protect them against future infection and we'll just have to wait and see on an international basis and it's been unclear from the reinfection you've seen overseas with this relates strongly in one way or another to the existence of antibodies over the long term because in some of these reinvasion cases, they , don't have an accurate assessment of their antibodies. . So the presence or lack of antibodies isn't a wire in and of itself. . But it could hint at the fact that immunity isn't very long lasting. . So I think that the lack of antibodies don't know what that means and we won't know what that means until we've looked at reinfection rates and the results of vaccine trials and whether or not. . It really matters whether you've got antibodies in your bloodstream or not. . It's really whether or not the T. cells of memorize the virus that will be seen in. . Whether or not the vaccine lasts and whether or not people who've had covered nineteen disease stay immune to reinfection so far there haven't been that many reinfection internationally give them that we for tens of millions of cases, , but we'll see. .
Paul Burston: So Many Men, So Little Time
"It was nineteen eighty-eight so I would have been twenty two. I think I finished university and I devoted myself base being a full-time seen queen and I was having a lot of fun of fun. There wasn't really low drugs around that I was not that I was aware of anyway. People get drunk on beer or steal beer. Sometimes I could not that pint of that so it wasn't that kind of like glass frontier. We're happy to be seen. It was all quite behind doc windows. And it was like ultra ultraviolet lights everywhere because everyone's dandruff. On their showed there's video. Scrimmage was a novelty a video screen and a bar and you can pay money to choose videos. We should be done for videos in those days to watch pope whenever you want it to always have. Don't leave me this way by Bouncy. Cb there was always on when whenever into Harpoon Louie's that was on and there was. I WANNA dance with somebody by Whitney. Houston they take me back to those year to that place there were different of tribes within that as well so that look you had that kind of Franken Hollywood's look should. I was pretty those Saturday night at half and that was I was the only night at Heaven which I actually came out by going to heaven so I came. I didn't tell anybody I just went to have on my own and stood outside and I knew I knew there was GEICO. Having everyone knew that and I've seen something in time out magazine I think it was And I went to long understood outside. I spiked up. Hair like friendly McCullough from Akron. The bunny man. I had plucked eyebrows and makeup. I think two hearings in each year on knows that as well and I stood side for about two hours. Watching these men queuing up. None of looked tore like me. They all looked like village people and number shirts and moustaches and I couldn't. I just couldn't go in so I said as a chain smoking I went back to Waterloo train back to Richmond and university again but I went back the next Saturday and the next Saturday and then invention third week I actually picked up the courage to go in getting a little bit closer and I went down those hallowed stairs and I remember that the sense of the smell which I didn't mechanism bustos was poppers. Didn't what he wants to start old socks and you walk into this room and the first thing I heard was this guy sort of swished by saying so many men so little time extra popular tune if the time and I just turned and ran out again because it terrified me and then the funding we went back and I stood literally lately with my back against the wall. Didn't talk to anybody. Stood up against the wall looking people as nineteen of so terrified and then eventually someone talked to me and then not wanting another with that particular. One just generally without something with that particular. Someone broke my heart though. Of course best bastard but to do it come out. It wasn't the best way probably be go to pick new. Only be terrified. Puts ME IN MIND TO SWIM? You start off just you in the water. Then you float. He's on and yes and above our and then you start moving around and I. I've always tend to jump into things too much so I have my local Gay Mitchell. After goes the biggest gates and in the whole world. The time probably to do it. Yeah just throw from seven to that. I left. I'd many many many great times than many great times then over the subsequent years and there so many men so little time. Well they were yes definitely in both senses because we didn't realize then just many men. We're going to have so little time unusual. Change very very quickly became quite prophetic. Really I was making up for lost time. I had fun. I made lots of new friends. Even if you didn't the names at least at least we were together. I'm quite choosy like that. Yeah I actually had sex with somebody wants waiting for night bus into Vulgar Square. Actually in the night in the queue of the night in the kids. Yeah Yeah Yeah by. The National Gallery was no one else in the queue tempted to join in offer offer. Some kind of the neighbors and developed square knows. Days was a real hotbed activity. Whatever would come from heaven or Soho in the middle of the week and they just be. So many gay guys queuing the but Vulgar Square. Honestly say people from that period for similar stories of just like getting on the different night because you fancied some but in finding you in Eastland and you live in Richmond. Just there was. There was a hottie on the and hoping that they'd give you some wet they usually did of charity for me. Part of the fun of those of that period of my life was that you'd go out and you'd meet people and you would normally meet meet a cross section of people. I have friends all different ages. Different backgrounds and sexualities and genders much more fragmented later and I think that the sex it can victim of own success in a way. Because there wasn't there wasn't the connections after AIDS happens because that was a huge thing in my life or knows about twenty five twenty six most of my gay male friends at that point. Were some years old me because I was I I wanted to learn. I wanted to own it someone to be my older brother and teach me and show me the ropes and some and they were the ones that died so I lost all of them pretty much and then I became an aids activist and got me involved in that and the for all of the for all the things that I would not change for anything but a lot of things about the eighty S. I would never want to have back. But there was a sense of community. People did pull together and they did rally and there were. There was communication between different generations. Different tribes within within our communities. And now it is. That's true anymore. I think that there was a break in the chain because there was generation that was kind of lost to HIV AIDS. There was the generation that we're impacted by it like my generation who went to flow of grief innovation space sandwiches very traumatic. And I'm probably not really over yet still in there some degree and then it becomes a very difficult subject to talk about so you don't talk about it very often and then the younger kids come in. And they've got half of this happens. They know the history half the time when you talk to. You have no idea what was going on ten fifteen years before they were. Because why would you know? I didn't WANNA die. Young either. Must be about twenty two when I first heard about it my boyfriend at the time. Read something in one of gay papers and said we have to stop using condoms and I was like. Whoa and then I'd heard that someone I was at college with who was a mature student and he disappeared for a long period. He didn't come back after this term. I then learned on the grapevine that he was gay. Had THIS BOYFRIEND WHO AMERICAN. They basically both contracted dictionary and he died really community rapidly. I wasn't really. I didn't know he might just name to say hi to billy and he was the first person that was. I that I knew of and then the guy was living in the in the tower block with who I was very close to and it was the real mentor of mine. I moved and I went to see him one night and He was he was all something ought to buy it. The whole evening was very strange and strained and I remember asking him about how he say. Seeing somebody recently this new boyfriend and I saw how things go with a boyfriend and he said Oh. What's been difficult because he he's he's a he's upset because I don't I don't have sex now that I majorly positive. And that was how that was how he told me. And I just put the spray face on and just get through this conversation. I was absolutely shocked. Devastated because at that in that back. They're not meant to death. Sentence there was there was no treatment and I remember sitting to this dinner feeding. Obser- your phone and then getting home on the train and just crying. The whole journey home. He became really really quickly and then he was. He won't one of his dying wishes as you wanted to go to. Amsterdam you know Vietnam and his friends. Most of them were straight women elected person to take him and I went. I took him to them on this trip and I spent the whole time. What thinking he was going to die on me. And how am I going to manage to get him what I do? I was twenty four years of age. Twenty five this. It was horrendous. It was very frightening when he was hospitalized to visit him and habit. Bobi helping with things. I remember one time picking up urine bottle onto the bed and tipping acid typically myself and being paranoid even though I knew deep down that this was not something that was good pose. Any risk to me. We didn't really know people didn't really know no. There wasn't much information. And this is before lady. Diana went into the AIDS. Ward this before this sort of stuff happened it was it was still appeared it was not really spoken about if it was spoken about hushed voices and it was very frightening time and he was a very very good community minded person he he was involved in the running of the building and everyone knew who he was he would chair meetings and whatever and then after he got. L. Someone Daubed on his front door house of AIDS on his front door and then he died and I was really in the state about it and reading the papers. There was a meeting happening at the London. Lesbian Gay Entering Cow Cross Street and Farrington. Which is not no longer there but it was very popular but place back then and there was a meeting happening and his act up and I I knew I act up was happening in America. Knew what actor boss I went to this meeting. I just threw myself into it and it took up my life completely for like three years and it was way of channelling the grief because in an over over those three years it was just one funeral after another. He was just he got to the point. Where you'd actually dread answering the phone. And I used to a Filofax that was an effects back in the eighty s. My member year just taking all the names out taking people out because people are just dying all the time even my family. I mean little bits but they just did not understand why this was any different to my grandfather dying because that's expected because he's fucking eighteen easily and he smokes these ill and mentioned me dying and late. Twenties and early Thirties. It's it's completely mad. It was it was like there was a war going on but only we knew about it was the why was completely oblivious and yet within our world which is very very contains. Gay London world. There was a war going on and people were dying all around us and we were expected to carry on as normal. What you have the you do that.
Healthcare in a Post-Pandemic World with Brian Roemmele
"Have. I have a question here that was asked in the chat. And I love to get your take on it From a Bob Obser- retire dock and he says I'll just read it to hear. I think when all the data is in will find that the case fatality rate of Kobe. Nineteen will be similar to that of the seasonal flu. I believe the main problem. Is that both of these? Infectious DISEASES HAVE HIT THE WORLD. That about the same time. What are your thoughts on this hypothesis can can? You Monitor People's vital signs to predict the These situations earlier absolutely at Bob's creek question Terry. Great Question With with the proper human telemetry and I'm not saying we need to invent anything new. I'm not saying any of this is expensive. It's minor costs. You know the temperature sensors and you know gas sensors Terry. The these are all very expensive. I mean there's this just reading the gas emissions from somebody. I'm not talking what some people think. I'm talking about You can actually wind up figuring out the health of that person now. These are not in of themselves. The only clear sign of somebody being under a particular virus. But we can tell if they're ill or not ill certainly terry. I'm sure when you see somebody when you walk into a room the very first thing. I think you've been taught. Is How does a person present? What do they look like And and a lot of folks who are not in medicine. Don't really know this. They don't it's not necessarily in their wheelhouse of understanding so there's a physical present present moment of that person I have. Ai that can pretty much determine that a voice for a stay. I asleep with cameras that can determine that you present like you're sick not like you a hard night with the with the guy's a gal that you really are sick and there are things that we can look for. I'm not going to pretend to say what all these symptoms are. But you as a doctor know what they are The next thing is you know if we know through a biosensor that somebody is having temperature. Changes night sweats Not Sleeping. There's some illness. There's something taking place then through a process of elimination which is all this really is. All medicine is a process of elimination. And the best. Guess you're practicing medicine right so at some point you reach a determination. I mean even unfortunately scare anybody but even the Kobe nineteen aren't necessarily one hundred percent telling you that you have it or had it or we'll get it. It's just it's a it's a guess and I'm not trying to scare people I'm just saying there is no absolute anywhere in the world if he needed to take your test. Take a test right. But if you don't need to take tests don't take one because it's wasting everybody's time and effort So if we can electronially modern monitor people again hyper private hyper local shared with Dr. Only with permission you now have an early warning sign. Which if there is hopefully never but if there is another type of pandemic you're now being able to discover the illness gradients and and the Matrix distribution of a particular illness far greater Far Far higher in accuracy and for Greater and able to respond there is no reason. There's no reason for somebody to go out for example Self Quarantine for for example. There's a reason for somebody go out. Is If the last seventy two hours they they may not notice. I'm sure Terry you go and ask somebody have you had problems sleeping No not really get night sweats. No not really You know you feel like you have a temperature. No not I mean you get all these no not really because people may not be great observers of their own physical condition. Sometimes you're hyper observers. In a imagine things we know both spectrums but with a system of telemetry on these Biometric points you can know for a fact he can say well Bob. He looks like you've had problems sleeping. Looks like you were up nine times last night. Looks like you know you really got you know Six and a half minutes rem sleep you know and it looks like you've been really fluctuating wildly with your core temperature. I think you might have something. You know And now now you. That isn't that better. Terry than having somebody come in and present like. There's nothing wrong or Kim. The data's the answer right the data dancer and what you're describing is just as being able to collect all this data and having it being voice I I mean that's yeah because a patient could ask the voice for voice first device. Hey How am I doing you know I I mean I can literally do that right now. I'm working in a garage with a piggy bank. I can pretty much ask my assistant House my health today it can tell me what I ate what I didn't more or less when a modest You know it can certainly tell me most of my biometrics Through the telemetry It's not invasive. It's not on the Internet. Hack away you're never gonNA get to it because there's no connection. There's no Wifi but it can tell me about things that I may not have observed see. Empirical observation is the only tool humans have. It's the only real tool we have. You know and and that tool has allowed us to build everything you see around us. It's called science. It's called technology. We build it through empirical observation. Humans are great observers but not on everything all moments if you built systems that are incredible empirical observers. They will pick up points that we can not have the bandwidth to notice like no. I didn't sleep really well last night. Now that you mention it yeah. You're ready to toss and turn you right. Didn't get very much water. You're right. I am blinking a lot. More right Yeah I is a little pink. It feels like a little like sandpaper. Now look if before I even got into a car to go to an emergency room. You might ask me to do something else. There might be a biosensor for example in my bathroom. You might say hey. Brian hit the biosensor for me. You know Ame Ame really good. And hopefully there's no video on that and then you get now. What have you done to the medical system? You've taken the power of a doctor and you've now multiplied the power of a doctor to focus on. The one thing that they want to do is practice medicine and not practice filling out paperwork not practice putting on a bubble suit right now if you need to put a bubble suit on of course you're going to do that. But a lot of cases you don't really need to that person that just activated that sensor in a bathroom can now tell you if he does come in or she does come in that they don't have covert nineteen that they have something else and you don't have to be in a bubble suit they can come into a different door and they are not a potential vector for spread. See these are things that we are going to change one way or the other because the mindset of the
Why Are Four-Leaf Clovers Considered Lucky?
"One day in two thousand fourteen in Rochester New York. A woman named Sandra rode her bike into town to do some shopping. She locked her steed shopped and came back to find. It gone devastated. She reported the loss to the COPS. Who warned her? Chances of recovery were slim later that day at a coffee shop. She spotted another policeman and cited to tell her sad tale again promising to have a look the cop hopped on his bike and went off on patrol but not before Sandra had given him a four leaf clover to boost his chances within minutes. The obser- found her wheels. Never he reported had he ever recovered a missing item so quickly. The clover had apparently done. Its work nearly as interesting as the happy outcome of this story is the fact that Sandra had a spare four leaf clover on hand. It was no accident. She collected them in fact she had so many that she made a habit of giving them away in this. She's not as unusual as you might think the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of four leaf. Clovers goes to an Edward Martin of Cooper Landing Alaska who has amassed more than one hundred thousand of them and that's truly astounding. When you consider the fact that your chances of finding a four leaf clover are only one in ten thousand so four leaf clovers are supposed to bring good luck and clearly some people really want to pile it on but just what is it. That makes them so lucky. The legend goes all the way back to Adam and eve. One Tale tells that as they were being hustled out of the Garden of Eden. Eve plucked a four leaf clover to carry with her as a souvenir of paradise. The druids of the ancient Celtic world were also big fans of four leaf clovers and carried them around to ward off. Malevolent spirits. This practice evolved into a medieval theory a four leaf clover would give you the ability to spot fairies and take evasive action. If necessary as a result back in the Middle Ages. Kids entertained themselves by ferreting out. Necessary stems and heading out on ferry hunts with the little green plants enjoying such popularity. It's no wonder that. Saint Patrick decided to use them as a teaching tool when he set about converting Ireland to Christianity. The four leaf variety. Being in short supply. He settled on the ubiquitous. Three Leaf clovers to explain the three in one nature of the Holy Trinity. One Leaf stood for the father one for the sun and the third for the Holy Spirit all united on the single stem of the God head similarly a poem in the popular tradition holds that the four leaves on the Lucky clovers signify fame wealth health and faithful. Love along these lines. There's an English belief that if you dream of clover you're guaranteed a happy and prosperous marriage. A west of England in Cornwall. Some people alleged that if pixies stole your child and left a changeling in its place. The only way to get your own offspring back was to lay a four leaf clover on the impostor so we've established that four leaf clovers have been considered powerfully. Lucky for a long time but why clover type of P and it's valued by farmers for a couple of reasons. Cows love to eat it. Bees like to fill up on its nectar and the plant itself like Steph Phillips boots with nitrogen. That's to say. Clover is very good at pulling nitrogen from the air and rooting it in the ground for itself and other plants to eat. There are over three hundred species of clover but the best one for the soil is known as white clover or trifold Liam repents try fully. Repent also happens to be the kind of clover the produces the lucky four leaf aberration that fourth leave as it turns out is the result of suppress gene that sometimes fails to be suppressed like many plants. White clover normally grows leaves in groups of three because for reasons. No one is entirely sure of lots of plants from sunflowers. Two pineapples grow segment and numbers in the FIBONACCI sequence You know it goes out one one. Two three five eight thirteen twenty-one et Cetera et with each new number being the sum of the two previous numbers. It's also what the golden spiral is constructed from so the genetic anomaly that creates four leaf. Clovers only happens in one in ten thousand clovers. It's that rarity that accounts for the luck associated with four leaf clovers in other words. You're lucky just to find one so it stands to reason a certain kind of reason that more luck will follow in that spirit. Here's a bit of Clover Trivia in two thousand nine after studying ways to cross breed. This lucky plant farmer in Japan grew clover with fifty six leaves on it again off from the sequences norm fifty five by one logically. That makes it. Fourteen Times luckier than a mere four leaf clover or rather illogically. This is what scholars call magical thinking because of the way our brains operate were constantly looking for connections in order to explain the happenstance of the world around us magical thinking kicks in when we refused to revise our conclusions. Despite all the evidence to the contrary take the story of Sandra and her stolen bicycle both she and the officer who founded attribute the happy outcome to the four leaf clover. She gave him from her collection. But a skeptic might ask how someone toting a quiver of the lucky clovers would have had the misfortune of being robbed of her bike in the first place. Magical thinking skirts around awkward questions like this and sticks to the convenient details while ignoring the inconvenient ones that said in this case at least magical thinking is a lot more fun than skepticism.
Your Best Ab Exercises
"Things first before we look at the best of exercises. Set it you. You will not get raw card apps or six pack if you're carrying excess fat oversee some thoughts but not if your carrying too much excess fat you also unspoilt reduced fats. Minneapolis articles. You see that employ you can really get rid of stubborn belly. Fat In certain specific areas are really actually meaning that you can reduce the level all of facts from carrying across your whole body to see your odds you need to be lean enough by working out and eating well and maintaining a calorie deficit to be able to to properly see you defined avs and you'll be able to see your Generally as you reduce your body fat further down from fifteen percent for men and around sixteen into nineteen percent for women in order to to see you ops quite clearly obviously for both the leading you all the more pronounced base. If you're dropping below fifteen percent full men men then you'll start to get a more dry can be more vascular as well and you're absolutely mortified than overseas without as close to fifteen percents women or even lower than that then again. The same thing will happen and this is true. No matter how many AB- exercises you do if you're not lean enough you will not be able to see you obser- if you're doing APPS everyday ten fifteen minutes every session but still carrying too much forty five than you will not be able to see your obsolete. I clarify and stop list that I just want to look at the ABS and a bit more detail. So the rectors dominance which is another way of saying the exposed Paul for your ABS. This what we sort of think about as the six pack on as the Oblique as well as the excitably location on the side of the adult area and they run diagonally down to give you the infamous v-shape that people are after and they Prior to that to help you rotate your trunk. So that gives you a bit of context in the physiology body around Osmo. We're talking about when we're working our core so you will have heard or pop scene. Seen people smashing out countless numbers of crunches and sit ups and also on these exercises have long coveted is decaying of Alex is is simply because really they all simple. You can do anywhere that require any equipment and they can really be done by any experience level however I am hate to say that sit-ups and crunches is on necessarily Out To be and obviously reiterated as well. You hit anyone saying quenches will help you talk your belly fat. That is a myth so bursts ups and crunches. Are they all working the coal. They can put undue pressure on your back causing to abandon the stressful mono- on this could increase your risk herniated discs in spray ligaments. For example on there are a far more effective exercises. I believe in the House of the people believe that you can do you in order to welcome call Getting six pack one show lean enough and this starts thoughts with compound movements where you're working numerous muscle groups at the same time see. Don't need to be there for fifteen minutes of the session hitting Puglio ABS. Study was released lease which coal muscle activation between a prim bridge or plank. And they six Max Squat and it found that. In contrast the Prim Bridge rage the rectus dominates demonstrates has increased muscle activation throughout the repetitions while squatting whereas the bridge demonstrated increased external oblique between the beginning middle of the set so the conclusion from the study. was that because the squatting resulted in great erector spine. Activation similar rectors of dominance and oblique activation is the prime bridge that high intensity squats Russia better than is metric. L- intensity core exercises. Because not only are you activating activation your coal. But you're also working the body. Paul swear to compound movement. So you don't need to purely focus on just hitting the coal is is sort of a day later any trying to get across in this study so all recommend for AB workouts is overstating cooperating. A number of these compounds movements hitching numerous muscle. Same time so one I like is the press up a holding position with ultimate single arm Dumbbell road. You're holding a high applying for the top of the press up on rowing alternately. And this Berkshire chest your shoulders. Your Body biceps your beliefs on your Abdominal also the score for your call when performing squawks your abs your coal face constant contention before going from the stunning positions. The squad your ability tension alert policy your body and this prevents you from falling over. The dead lift is another compound exercise. That helps yes. You make sure that you you maintain a flat back on. It keeps your appetite to do this. And this is just a few of my favorites that you may not necessarily have previously thought of because we've been so your program to believe crunches situps all of this are going to get you those six pack abs and it isn't completely to say that sits up on the visa top the leg raise on. Oh good exercises but it just means you should think to incorporate compound movements so takeaway for today's episode. Don't just think because you'll smashing rob's beginning to get roll-call ops. You need to become Lena. I also INC compound movements to make your sessions more efficient and as you just had as well they also do activate you'll call and and mix it up a
Arms trade treaty talks at UN set to focus on gender impact of weapons exports
"This is loose graffiti from u._n. News the arms trade involves almost every country in the world but more action is needed to consider how the one hundred billion dollar dollar a year industry impacts on gender based violence. The head of a key treaty said on thursday in an interview with u._n. News daniel johnson johnson ambassador yawns cock lynch of latvia president of the fifth arms trade treaty conference of state parties meeting in geneva next week explains means how for the first time the treaty signatories are expected to adopt his recommendation objective of the treaty. You can see as <hes> trading standard in our straight and that is to set up the transparent and coherent. I'm straight system where all states parties act according to the same rules of engagement and ultimately the aim is to foster peace and security and reduce him suffering. Would you say it's been successful vessel in those aims. There's there's lots of concern about well. Pick any conflict and diversion of arms and particularly yemen for example what <hes> what does downstream treaty. He said about that specifically there have been already and we'll be discussions about different conflict areas and how treaty has contributed to diminishing the ah availability of harms done that in the case of yemen for example. I think you can argue that. Yes there has been processes. <hes> were questions and with the arms trade that were ultimately went to conflict in yemen been justified and so how does the arms trade treaty work in practice what governments i do when they want to sign up to the treaty and how they report back to you see can assess its efficacy so there are several mechanisms first of all implementation of the treaty is happening at the national level. Each country puts in place the expert control system that is put in place according to certain rules that are provided the treaty so that's the first secondly countries are obliged to report how they implement the treaty on annual basis reporting system there is information exchange each system as well <hes> specifically organized in terms of database and then there is a state to state engagement during the conference all these mechanisms exist within the treaty. Maybe you could tell me about the gender angle this year. There's a focus on putting gender into the discussions because that doesn't exist at the moment in any the arms treaty. Maybe you could give him a bit more detail. How that's going to help the arms trade treaty control arms exports in future. The answer to that is the first were gender is specifically thickly mentioned in the text of the treaty in the context of risk assessment prior issuing the experts license the risk assessments which governments have to take before they decide whether they're going to send <hes> somewhere exactly and aim of them of the decision that i put forward is to help states parties to operationalize that that provision of the treaty exchange formation practices and make sure that the gender aspect systematically looked at during this risk assessment assignment at national level so that's one aspect the second aspect is to increase understanding of all those involved in expert control system on the gender impact because there may be a perception that when we're talking about gender we're talking about exclusively but women which is not really true because in conflict men and women women boys and girls are impacted in different way and understand how they are impacted so that would also help in terms of implementation of the treaty and then the third aspect we're looking at this meaningful participation and equal representation during the conferences or events within the framework obser- treaty and of course <hes> idea would be to bring more women voices in this discussion and also make sure that there was hurt. Maybe you could tell me <hes> and how many countries produce some somewhat evaluation of the global arms trade to my knowledge. The volume of arm straight annually is <hes> about it's a hundred billion dollars worldwide and so it's a big industry and the number place probably should doesn't major players and as we know every country tree imports imports arms either for armed forces or police forces the world's biggest arms producers include the united states which is withdrawn from the treaty so how does that affect it or does it affect it until certainly that is a political setback. The decision of government <hes> not to be bound by the provisions of the treaty. Being signature of the treaty is a setback. What what impact that will be immediately. Treaty is that u._s. will fall out of the information exchange network which is big part of the treaty in terms of arms tmz export control system use national expert control system is very strong and there is no any sign that they would depart from existing in practice so in terms of arms export. Nothing will change from the u._s. side. You've said that the treaty is there to control exports. So what's the problem where where are these aren't coming from if they're being exported legally from countries how is it getting hold of them initially production and legal expert it is sort of normal trading practice arms is a commodity if that is done in illegal what happened in in reality that because the lack of control arms are diverted and when you look to the criminal world and the armed conflicts there is plenty of forms that that are acquired by partisan conflict in illegal way and i'm sure one of the aims of the treaty is to diminish the diversion of arms and getting arms in the wrong hand and that respect more countries we will have in the treaty a better expert control systems. It'll be put in place potentially will diminish diversion of farms and getting in the wrong can't.
"obser" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You can't seal the sign your uncaring stealing aside Sam. Obser- stealing assigned. You're about to walk right into a police officer who committing theft right now. Don't throw it over. Then. What? Yes. The fish one rocky. If you. Brag, and you get on. Property. Only one by now you anything. Larceny was signed. He had it back. Hand from fifty yards. I don't care if you moved at one we don't have a right takes fopr. Okay, period. I don't care what the circumstance is taking property. He was holding therefore it was. And you. On a green what's being said, but you don't have. Right. Takes on the police officer. I should say. He's. Out. CFC's jewish. Don't active. They wanna stocks. No of that. Whether. How much come back come back again? And this is why women have such a problem getting Boertien in nutca-. And let them get away with bench with. Yell at the. I, I just walked over here. I was going to get it back. That year eighty rested. Listens. An hour. Something that I've been to I've just not been rich. Much of that back. Although the line of the.
How To Make Them Beg For Your Product
"Here's something that kind of bugs me all the time. Lots of entrepreneurs thinks that the product or the service that they're about to offer that business is the end all when I want to say to everyone is you can have a good product. You can have a good service. But let me tell you. It's useless unless you can create a sense of demand, if you can create a sense of demand, even for new product, Hugh have a customer who comes through door and gives you the money to buy it. So here's my advice for all these people that think it's all about the product or the service that they're about to sell. I'm here to tell you. It's all about having that, but much more importantly, creating a sense of demand that your product is irresistible. Let me give you a few examples. I have a cousin who opened and ran for many years in my hometown of Edgewater rusty's far his business when he started out had good food beautiful space, you put his life savings into it. But no one was coming to his bar until Russi came up with the idea of calling all of his friends and simply saying park your cars outside my bar that made all the difference within weeks. Rusty's bar was hopping. What had rusty figured out? Of course, he had a formula of good bar. Good service. But he finally figured out. It was the sense that everybody wanted it that would bring people in. And that's how rusty built his very profitable business. When I started my business, I had one listing for my old boss that I used to answer phones for and I was thankful for the listing. It was a one bedroom that was priced at three hundred and forty dollars a month. Yeah. I know in New York in those days way way back you get a one bedroom for three hundred forty dollars a month today. I guess that would be maybe three thousand four hundred dollars a month. But there I have one listing. What was I going to do with the one listing hopefully rent it? But I could talk about that listening every day advertise it every day. It wasn't going to get it rented until I thought of a given. The gimmick. I thought of is to build a wall in the L part of that living room and call it not a one bedroom anymore, but a one bedroom and debt now, what would you call in on the New York Times ad which was the internet of its day. Would you? Call in on the one bedroom for three forty or the one bedroom in Denver three forty. It. Was that simple gimmick that got my phone ringing off the hook. Because I understood the importance of positioning. Positioning a product that everybody wants by thinking of a simple gimmick when I needed to get attention in a very bad real estate market. But was we had no one calling in for our property. I developed something called the Corcoran report. And all it was was an addition of eleven sales. I had for the year divided by eleven average sale price. So I published that average sales price and sent it to everyone when I say published it sounds fancy when I actually did is folded up mail it to anyone who wrote for the New York Times that day, and what happened boom, I got great, publicity, and I stole my competitors market share because I was quoted in every newspaper on my new statistical report, that's a gimmick. That's creating demand for people to come in and ask to see the listings because some in the news all the time. So they figure them someone important. Today's cork freeport is social media, and I can tell you in all the business I invested in shark tank. I never invest in an entrepreneur who's not good at social media because I understand the importance of that you have to get notice and today's platform forgetting notice is in social media. I have a business named the dough bar. It's a delicious dober- that everyone who works out really is into wants to order and keep ordering more. But why they doing more not because it's the only dough bar in the United States. But because my to entrepreneurs are remarkable at social media that makes everybody wanted another business. I have is Grayson lace. One of the principals, Melissa models are closed and looks like a million bucks. She makes videos for her Facebook group of the new lines as they coming in. And what do you think Melissa has because she makes her product look so desirable because of our marketing ability, she has forty million dollars in sales. Yeah. You heard that forty million dollars in sales. Another business. I've invested in his cousins, Maine, lobster was so successful. And so consistent in how they promote and social media. They create a page for every market they open in and they let their entrepreneurs promote like crazy in their local market, and they do so well because of it they sell themselves as well as they'll obser-, and then tons of people wanna come in. And also by a franchise what fabulous promoters do. They have the best lobster rolls of anyone. Of course, they do. But that's not what they're selling. They're selling their lore of making people won a lobster roll. So if you're going to use social media, you have to be authentically yourself. This is what I've discovered people out there following on social media. Don't follow you the minute. They sense anything. That's ingenuous. They drop out people are smarter than you think they know the difference. If you're yourself on social media, and the customer can sense that you're thin typically yourself, they will follow you. And it's an following you that you could promote like crazy your product and do better and better with what you do. And what you get when you make people want you. You get sells the lifeblood of all business sales the most essential thing. But you can't do it today without being good at social media.
"obser" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"The police. Hawaii women calling the police. So these are the these are the people that protect us. These are the people that save girls from being trafficked, these the people who stuff drugs coming to the country, and the K K K and the murderous cut. Well, I mean, if the if the government's allowed to say that then why shouldn't the kids be allowed to say that you've got Democrats that are acting the same ranks in the media's. You're absolutely right. How can I forget where? Yeah. How can I forget? I gotta believe that girl's. Parents have to be mad that they're they're paying a quarter of a million dollars to get more stupid. That's the people that these kids are going into the student in coming out dumber than they were when they went in. And it's. But the education system is broken in a way, I said there's a couple of weeks ago, the only possible way for our education system to get fixed is a hard reset hassle cancel school for years. I what three let let communities come together to teach kids actual things they need to know like how to balance a checkbook and change a tire. And how how do you is a welding machine? Absolutely. And at the end of that, you got the system get rid of all the. Liberal agenda. That's other than if that doesn't happen. We're gonna keep getting what we get my sixteen year old son. It's water than Alexandra. I don't mean that in. I'm. Legally Ivaylo, if if has your son is cut shooting is a dad, I believe it. Here's where here's where I'm I'm I'm really put off. I am the father of a man who served this country in the military is probably one of my most passionate causes. I don't know that I've seen in any paper other than than searching hard. And maybe at Breitbart were made aware that to to kill two men were killed in action yesterday and Afghanistan. Killed in acts as a matter. I think. Two two two nine this year in sixty five in the last three years doesn't matter. And last night so obser- Ryan Thompson was killed in Washington spine illegal immigrants. We're gonna talk about that. Yeah. You have a way with words. I'm just going to focus on one thing. You've raised some very serious issues. We will cover them later in the show. But these parents are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for their little charges who end up for years later more stupid than when they started. That's the bottom line. That's true. You know what I'm gonna? I see. Jesse waters and stone. When they ask who won the civil war. And it's. Belgium belgium. I mean. England wanted cook. Could I go I'm gonna do not on a hard break. I'm going gonna do. I'm going to connect you firebrand cut Schelling with my body's a turning point USA, Charlie Kirk and Candice Owens, the three of you. Oh my gosh. We're going to unleash you on the college campuses. And I am gonna be that to watch that while love, let's do it. Cut schilling. Follow him on Twitter at Gehrig G E H R, I G thirty eight the man the legend our regular guest. It's always a pleasure love you. God bless you cut be safe. What's what's your six? Keep your head on a swivel, Sebastian Gorka. This is America. First, man. These interviews energize me. I hope they energize you. Now number here is eight three three three three Gorkha G O K A that is eight three three three three four six seven five two. Have you ordered your packet? Of relief factor. I just got my new packet if you haven't have you tried the three week quickstart, a pack. That's how I started. I sponsor that came to me for my new show. I was leery. I don't give my name to things that I don't believe in. But I had a lower back pain issue for almost a decade. I couldn't nail properly at church on Sunday was contorted myself into weird positions. It was never did anything about it took a hot bath help for about an hour. Then I started taking relief factor within two weeks. The pain was gone same for my engineer, ROY he had a shoulder pain. He said can I get some relief factor? We got him a bag of it..
Apple, Macrumors And Nine Inch discussed on Mac OS Ken
"With all the new love for apple pencil. Some of appeals apps are in for a bit of sharpening again with macrumors which says apple announced Monday that pages numbers. And keynote for us will be updated next week with enhanced apple pencil integration. That said to include new animation options in the key note app that let users draw animation path for any object and an all new user interface for implementing build the facts such as move rotate and scale, those obser- free, which means the updates will be too. Now all you need a pencil and the new ipad. Of some sort. Personally, I wondered tonight pad compatible with apple pencil since the first apple pencil came out. There's a good chance that I'll be doodling on a new ipad air soon. But I'm curious about you. Will you be picking up a new ipad air or a new ipad many now that the full line is fairly fresh? Do. The new machines push you toward the nine point seven shy pod. Or the twelve point nine inch ipad
"obser" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions
"So no now in this. There are twelve months in a year. So he the son is traveling in every quarter. Isn't it every different different in each planetary that particular thing like you have areas two hours absorbing of trees traveling late round? So there are divisions in three sixty degrees. Isn't it? In their division. Can there not be six of them half of that? So every two months comprises season. If you look at the seasons there are two months seasons. So like that. My dear says data has SunGuard stallions obser- Haiti as Iraq. Russia was sukey the Naga rhetoric. Rita's Yorkshire hula says the siege and brewers Ghandour ruled the month of model. So the first moment is ruled by all these things are is the SunGuard who lies the sage to jazz the actor for hideous Iraq, Shiva, windy, castellinis obser- Narva as the gun and continued is the Naga rolled amount of modern wa midrise SunGuard artery as potion. As actress Chicago, the Naga Munichites obser- how as gondola and let the Cerna as the Yorkshire ruled the Montauk Sukru what she says the sage Warren is the sun, God Rombas obser-. So how'd you Naser actress who has been there were Shukra as the Nala and Chitra Swarner as Yorkshire rule the month of city? Indra the SunGuard wish will also as the gun the wash wrote is the ele- Patras. The Naga Anita is the per prom law Chai's obser-, and what he has roxetta ruled amount of nab house. We was one as the Sungar Ugroseno gondola Viagra deductions Rana as a child who has sees a new voter as obser- and some as the Naga ruled the mantle now has besides the SunGuard the Naga watt is the exercise Hussein is gone through as Yorkshire GRA, touchy as absurd I gotta my the ruled amount of the re to as the shower a what Chaz Russia, but it was as Virginia's SunGuard sanity has upset. I wish was as the gondola an hour has the Naga alderman known. Ester C, these are different different months, and these are different different. Characteristics of the month. So every month has certain characteristic in your life. Also, if you're born in the month of April May June not you specific characteristics. So these characteristics are ruled by these different different beans, so dependent on which you are born visit exercise there within our guys there which absorbed very will become like that. So if you want to become say, the Miss World or Miss Universe or something you better be born in particular month, then observe beautiful. I'm sure as the sun Gorka shippers as talk show as Yorkshire retsina as governor of our wishes up, Sarah, we use digital as the rock ser and Mahajanga's another month of Margai SunGuard full jazz actress Arista Namias under our own as actor IRAs the quotas as the Naga and put it up so ruled amount of. The sun God, Jim Duggan in the son of ry, ry Chica has the sage. Kumble soi as the Naga de-legitimize obser- Brahma pita has rocks Satyajit as Yorkshire that Rashtra as gondola made in the month of ISA, which noise the SunGuard Astara as the Naga rumba as absurd Suda were just again there were Satyajit as Yorkshire visual meet raise the siege. Ma. Macau beta as actress ruled them and John. All these personalities are the opulent expansion of the supreme personality of God had Vishnu in the form of SunGuard these data stick with us in full reactions of those remember them each day at dawn and sunset does throughout the Wellman. The Lord of the sun travels in all directions with is six types of associates disseminating among the inhabitants of the universe. Purity of consciousness for this life and the next so in every month, you will find that. There is an absurd say there is a, you know, there is all these things are there. Right. Did you see that? So what does it mean that anybody who wants to take up the characteristics of particular kind and definitely that characteristics? And these are the paraphernalia that wall along in those months. Okay..
"obser" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Memphis, ninety two point one FM W, agr HD, two Memphis, an iheartradio station. Yet another democrat enters the twenty twenty race. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. I'm running for president of the United States. Senator Kamala Harris from California on ABC's. Good Morning, America. I love my penetrate. And this is a moment in time that I feel a sense of responsibility to stand up and fight for the best of who we are joins other democratic senators Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten gillibrand who are also running. So as congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, former congressman, John Delaney, an ex San Antonio, mayor Houlihan Castro and many other Democrats are considering a run for president Senate Republicans may vote tomorrow on President Trump's compromise offer, but Democrats not interested. We have three words to the president open. The government minority leader Chuck Schumer says they'll only negotiate over border wall funding when the partial shutdown is over it's now day thirty one BuzzFeed is standing by its story, claiming President Trump directed his now ex lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to congress about his business dealings and rush. Russia even though the special counsel's office threw cold water on the report. Fox's John decker is live at the White House contrary to what BuzzFeed reported late last week. President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Sunday on NBC's meet the press that Mr. Trump advised. His former fixer Michael Cohen to be honest when he appeared before lawmakers on Capitol Hill, categorically, I can tell you his council to Michael Cohen throughout that entire period was tell the truth Giuliani. Also said discussions about building a Trump Tower Moscow lasted up until election day. A spokesman for the special counsel. Robert Muller called the story. Not accurate day. John a nineteen year old accused cop killer will be charged with capital murder the day after it officer was shot in mobile, Alabama tremendously. Sad day, obser- tutor and his family. Heartfelt condolences. Go out his wife, Christie mother and dad in his.
Why Is Lobster So Expensive?
"Killers. Don't make any effort to involve media or best Gators. They're very secretive. They don't want attention. They almost want their crimes to go on notice. But the idea of committing a crime, and then calling up the police and bragging about it. That's a whole 'nother level of terror. A man who wore a mediaeval style executioner's hood who has police and baffled the media. He seems to crave publicity. He sent letters and Ramsden newspapers. And the beliefs subject stated, I wanna report murder. No, a double murder. I did it. Here. We are fifty years to the first sodium killing in today's world of friends IX, the old cases are being solved who doesn't wanna know how it turns out from the creators of Atlanta monster come season two. This is monster the zodiac killer. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain Steph, Lauren Vogel bomb here in two thousand eighteen US lobster sold for ten to twelve dollars. A pound a price range that reflects lobster being a luxury in our minds and culture. It's on the menu at find dining restaurants in pricey steakhouses. And in the best New England, summer shacks and sandwich shops, a lobster. Roll can sell for as much as seventy dollars, but lobster hasn't always been expensive and current political intrigue trade policies are not only changing its prices. They're hurting the US lobster business long-term. It may impact how we even think about the lobster itself. Back in the seventeenth century. When America was still a bunch of colonies colonists. Read about lobsters in the New England area wing sixteen to twenty five pounds that's seven to just over eleven kilograms some of the largest twice that in grew four to six feet that's one to two meters long in there were so many lobsters. There are claims that the shellfish would wash up knee-deep on Massachusetts chores obser- was so abundant wasn't worth anything, really colonists considered. Lobster cheap eats. It's what you'd eat. When there was nothing else. And you didn't want to starve was foisted off on indentured servants enslaved people and prisoners, even pigs. Everyone was embarrassed about eating it, by the way fell into the same category. Colonists did however see lobster as a resource it was plentiful cheap, and they could make money from it by shipping. It back to Europe. The Dutch had come up with a way of transport lobster across the Atlantic. And keep it fresh organized lobster fisheries opened in Maine in the mid eighteen hundreds and lobster canning businesses. Started and flourished near the turn of the century main lobstermen were landing more than eleven thousand tons of the critters and lobster wasn't just crossing the ocean. But also the nation thanks to the railroad industry unborn, dining and inland restaurants, where lobster was served new audiences as a side dish or salad ingredient the experience of dining on a rail car or enjoying seafood far from coast helped turn lobster into a luxury dish overfishing at the beginning of the twentieth century, drove prices up as did. Conservation laws in the mid twentieth. Century. Longterm at the supply of lobster has been going up those conservation laws worked and Maine has had lobster boom that took landings from eighteen million pounds. That's eight million kilograms in nineteen fifty to nearly one hundred and thirty one million pounds or sixty million kilograms in two thousand sixteen Maine's lobster industry, the largest in the United States contributes one point four billion dollars to the state's economy every year, and that's a good thing too. Because in recent years, lobster industry representatives for main have built international demand for their products and China has been poised purchase significant amounts of lobster in the first two quarters of two thousand seventeen trying to imported thirty nine point five million dollars worth of live lobster the best here today and between January and June of two thousand eighteen the US sold eighty seven million dollars in live lobster to China. But the dollar signs that people in Maine's lobster industry were seeing vanished. After the Trump administration impose tariffs that caused China to retaliate with tariffs of his own including twenty five percent tariff. On US lobster. The impact of the tariffs is dramatic in June of two thousand eighteen live. Lobster exports to China topped eleven point eight million dollars in July the first month under the new tariffs. Exports to China dropped to four point two million dollars lower than the amount shipped in July the year before the Chinese and Canadians have even created a work around as candidates supply goes through at seasonal drop their buying US lobster and selling it to China. We spoke with John Saxton editor and publisher of seafood news by Email. He said the US lobster industry is at an extreme disadvantage with international trade right now as we face tariffs in Europe and China while the Canadians don't this means the US must look for niche markets like Singapore or Korea with the US apply higher than it's ever been and China's demand suddenly dropping to below twenty seven teens levels. You might think lobster may become painfully abundant and cheap. But the US economy is strong and lobster industry. Experts say there's not only opportunity, but work arounds second said, what is happening to lobster. Prices is unclear because there are many contradictory factors. Maine has lost the ability to ship lobsters to China. But on the other hand demand for lobster tail is very strong and these are processed in Canada. So there is continued strong demand from processors for Maine lobster, so will we see a shift in the price and culture of lobster sucked. In report. Did that the industry was waiting to see how live lobster prices fared over the two thousand eighteen holiday season, and that their strategies might change accordingly? But we wonder whether culture is flexible as the market would he by Mick lobster? Today's episode was written by Shawn Chavez and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other wicked awesome, topics. Visit our home planet has works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bounds and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join this every Wednesday
Gobbling Up Planetary Debris
"It's pacman in space as scientists observe what may be a star gobbling up planetary debris. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future since nineteen thirty seven astronomers have watched with interest the fading and brightening of star. Located in a stellar nursery about four hundred fifty light years from earth. Now with the help of Nasr's shandra x Ray observatory scientists may have uncovered what is causing the stars dimming events small planetary bodies or large remnants of previous smash ups trapped in the rotating disk of gas rounding the young star may have collided as the resulting debris falls into the star it generates a thick veil of dust and gas that temporarily obscures the stars light computer simulations have long predicted that planets fall into young stars. But these X Ray obser-. Vacations from the hot outer atmosphere of the star may be evidence of this process. If scientists interpretations of the shandra data are correct it would be the first time astronomers have directly witnessed a ho star devouring a flange for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer puller animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.
Push for bias training in Cincinnati after officers used racial slurs
"Rather using racial slurs. The mayor says at obsers could lose a week's pay on the first defense and face dismissal of it happens. Again, a white and a black officer were both recorded using the N word recently in separate incidences. I personally as the leader of this organization. I apologize. That that word was ever use. Again. I know the significance of it. I felt that sting both personally and professionally. I take it personally. It won't be tolerated. Police chief Elliot is the mayor John cranley says that he's proposing new training for all city employees.
"obser" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Our chief knowledge obser- Janis filling in for Larry Jacobson, so Johnson big shoes to fill. But one of the things I saw when John was walking in. Here's John had some big feet. So I think he's up for the task, John. How you doing today? I'm great. Let's roll awesome. Thanks for coming out. Thanks for filling in John is definitely not a stranger here on the radio show. A lot of people listening to us before you've definitely heard the wisdom's the wisdom of the rainmaker here. And so I'm excited to have him here with us today as as Larry is out on out on a sinement will say, I think he's teaching a class in Washington DC or something. But John one of the things I always like to talk about on the show, especially when we're kicking off the show because I think a lot of people fall into this same type of categories, you know, we've been told not as kids. It's not polite to talk about money, but that's one of the fun things that we get to do on the show as we just get to talk about money and not just what the color of the money is or what the money looks. How to fold it into a paper airplane or make that little I on top of the pyramid. Look at everybody. But one of the things that we love to talk about on the show. And what I'm so glad that we have you on here for is to talk about how to turn one dollars to two dollars. Right. How to generate consistent income how to generate consistent income even specifically inside of the financial markets. One of the things I always like the kick the show off, and we really follow this theme throughout our hours. Usually how it's just a to have consistent income you have to have a consistent strategy and throughout the show. We'll talk about making money is the markets are going down. We'll talk about money making money as the marks are going up. But that's really the the key. Right. That's really the key is if we're going to have consistent income we have to have a strategy that can perform consistently no matter what the market is doing whether the market is going up whether the market is going down, whether the market is going sideways. One of the things I would like to kick over you is just a question. Let you run with it and kind of drop some of the Jani oh, golden nuggets on us. What are some of the keys that our listeners need to focus on to be able to generate consistent income inside the markets. Well, this may sound. Rather simplistic, but why is income support income is what drives exchange exchange? In fact, is the foundation of civilization and at the end of the day, we all need sources of income. Now, where are you going to generate that income from is pretty straightforward be further active. You can go out in exchange, your labor with an employer and produced goods and services and create income or you can be rather passive and have a plan that's decisive disciplined that allows you to participate in the capital markets, and we believe here at Online Trading Academy and prior trading radio, specifically that your money can work a lot harder for you. But the real reason we all need income. And it's not simplistic is that trade is the foundation of civilization. And that's what's very very important. And regardless if we are going to focus. On passive income are more active ways to produce income. It's pretty obvious. Given the rates have been flation the cost of living. You know, giving the aging boomer situation with over ten thousand baby boomers per day. Retiring that their primary source of income eventually is going to go away. And we're all going to be forced to live out of our wealth bucket. Our retirement bucket either voluntarily or involuntarily that day's gonna come for all of us than avoidable. So we might as well figure out a solution. And let's face it. Ryan we all need to get started earlier not later because the day of reckoning is in front of all about there's no way to avoid it. Yeah. The best data plant a tree is yesterday. Right. Well, we can't do anything about it yesterday. But we can sure make sure we plant that tree get that nest egg gro in today. And one of the words that you threw out there a minute and a half or so ago who was the word civilization you were talking about trading. It's kind of that foul as a foundational piece in civilization. I I just love that thought. Because one of the things that I always tell students coming out to one of my half day. Classes is is people have been trading successfully for thousands and thousands of years, whether they're. They're trading rice at a rice market, whether they're trading cattle. Whether they're treating goats whether they're trading precious stones with it, no matter what people have been trading and doing it successfully for thousands of thousands of years, and it's always been it's always ties back to very very basic simple principles. We say, basic and simple. But that doesn't mean it's necessarily easy to execute 'cause thousands of years ago. People struggled with it, and some people did well, and even today some people struggle with it and some people do well. But the thing I was like to point out is there wasn't a a fancy software that people used back then and there isn't necessarily it's not needed. Does it make things easier? It makes things easy, but it's not necessarily needed right now. I guess the point I'm trying to get at in here. Is one of the things that my golf coach said back in back in high school. I was trying to make the golf team. I was a terrible golfer is just a good thing that very few people tried out for it. But one of the things he says, you know, it's not the it's not the arrow it's the Indian. Meaning it's not the software. It's the trader it's the skill that the individual has no matter what we're trading. It's the skill. The person hasn't been able to execute it. And that's very very true inside of the markets. Now, we have softwares and different things that help us now. But so often we rely on on a piece of a to do the work for us when it really just boils down to buying low and selling high early in any market condition. It's all about buying low and selling high, even if you're shorting, which is making money as the markets are going down. You're still buying low and selling high or just doing it in a different in a different order, but John you pricey this big stack of tickets right here. These tickets are for a half day class. And what are we what we usually do at this point in time? I know it's been maybe a month or so Cincinnati on here. But one of the things I always like to do is. I always like to ask my co host if it's okay if we give away. Let's say ten of these passes. What he say ten well how about we do twenty? We'll do we'll do to scholar. This is the season. Yes. More than merrier. Let's give away twenty. That's a great idea is the season. So what we're to do is we're going to give away twenty passes to per collar. So it's going to be it's going to be two to our to our ten college. Let me tell you what you're going to get with these passes. Because right now, we have a half day class coming up in your area and at the half day classes, where you're going to see exactly what it takes really analyze the markets and be able to determine where you could be buying and where you could be selling. Now, the half day classes about three hours long, but we described as the half day class, but your investment in this. If you win a set of these passes is going to be three hours of your of your time. And it just a second. You're gonna have a chance to win a set. So if you.
"obser" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Chief knowledge obser- Janis filling in for Larry Jacobson. So John some big shoes to fill. But one of the things I saw when John was walking in. Here's John had some big feet. So I think he's up for the task, John. How you doing today? I'm great. Let's roll awesome. Thanks for coming out. Thanks for filling in John is definitely not a stranger here on the radio show. A lot of you guys. If you've listened to us before you've definitely heard the wisdom's the wisdom of the rainmaker here. And so I'm excited to have him here with us today as as Larry is out on out on assignment, we'll say I think he's teaching a class in like, Washington DC or something. But John one of the things I always like to talk about on the show, especially when we're kicking off the show 'cause I think a lot of people fall into this same type of category is you know, we we've been told not as kids. It's not polite to talk about money, but that's one of the fun things that we get to do on the show as we talk. About money and not just what the color of the money is or what the money looks like or how to fold it into a paper airplane or make that little I on top of the pyramid. Look at everybody. But one of the things that we love to talk about on the show. And I'm so glad that we have you on here for his talking about how to turn one dollars two dollars. Right. How to generate consistent income how to generate consistent income and even specifically inside of the financial markets. One of the things I always like to kick the show off. We really follow this theme throughout our hours. Usually how it's just a to have consistent income you have to have a consistent strategy and throughout the show. We'll talk about making money is the markets are going down. We'll talk about money making money as the marks are going up. But that's really the the key. Right. That's really the key is if we're going to have consistent income we have to have a strategy that can perform consistently no matter what the market is doing whether the market is going up whether the market is going down, whether the market is going sideways, one of the things I would like to kick over to you is just a question. Let you run with it and kind of drop some of the Jani oh gold nuggets on us. What are some of the keys that our listeners need to folk? Focus on to be able to generate consistent income inside the markets. Well, this may sound rather simplistic, but why is income support income is what drives exchange exchange. In fact, is the foundation of civilization and at the end of the day, we all need sources of income. Now, where are you going to generate that income from is pretty straightforward. It can be ready. Be further active. You can go out in exchange, your labor with an employer and produced goods and services and create income or you can be rather passive and have a plan that's decisive disciplined that allows you to participate in the capital markets, and we believe here at Online Trading Academy and prior trading radio, specifically that your money can work a lot harder for you. But the real reason we all need income. And it's not simplistic is that trade. Is the foundation of civilization? And that's what's very very important. And regardless if we are going to focus on passive income are more active ways to produce income. It's pretty obvious. Given the rates have been placed in the cost of living. You know, giving the aging boomer situation with over ten thousand baby boomers per day. Retiring that their primary source of income eventually is going to go away. And we're all going to be forced to live out of our wealth bucket. Our retirement bucket either, you know, voluntarily or involuntarily that day's gonna come for all of us unavoidable. So we might as well figure out a solution. And let's face it. Ryan we all need to get started earlier not later because the day of reckoning is in front of all of us. There's no way to avoid it. Yeah. The best day to plant a tree is yesterday. Right. Well, we can't do anything about yesterday. But we can sure make sure we plant that tree. Get that nest egg gro in today. And one of the words that you threw out there. A minute and a half or so ago who was the word civilization you were talking about trading. It's kind of that foul as a foundational piece in civilization. And I I just love that thought. Because one of the things that I always tell students coming out to one of my half day. Classes is is people have been trading successfully for thousands and thousands of years, whether they're they're trading rice into rice market, whether they're trading cattle, whether they're trading goats, whether they're trading precious stones with it, no matter what people have been trading and doing it successfully for thousands of thousands of years, and it's always been it's always ties back to very very basic simple principles. And we say, basic and simple. But that doesn't mean it's necessarily easy to execute 'cause thousands of years ago people struggled with it and some people did well, and even today some people struggle with it and some people do well. But the thing I always like to point out is there wasn't a a fancy software that people used back then and there isn't necessarily. It's not needed. Is. It does make things easier. It makes things easy, but it's not necessarily needed right now. I guess the point I'm trying to get out in here. Is one of the things that my my golf coach said back in back in high school. I was trying to make the golf team. I was a terrible golfer. It was just a good thing that very few people try out for it. But one of the things he said, this is not the it's not the arrow it's the Indian. Meaning it's not the software. It's the trader it's the skill that the individual has no matter what we're trading. It's the skill that the person hasn't been able to execute it. And that's very very true inside of the markets. Now, we have softwares and different things that that help us now. But so often we rely on on a piece of a guy to do the work for us when it really just boils down to buying low and selling high early in any market condition. It's all about buying low and selling high, even if you're shorting, which is making money as the markets are going down, you're still buying low and selling high you're just doing it in a different in a different order, but John you pricey this big stack of tickets right here. These tickets are for half day class. And what are we what we usually do at this point in time? It's been maybe a month or so Cincinnati John here. But one of the things I always like to do I always like to ask my. Co-host if it's okay if we give away let's say ten of these passes. What did you say ten? Well, how about we do twenty? We'll do we'll do to Mary scholar. This is the season. Yes. More the merrier. Let's give away twenty. That's a great idea is the season. So what we're gonna do is we're going to give away twenty passes to per collar. So it's going to be it's going to be two to our to our ten callers. Let me tell you what you're going to get with these passes. Because right now, we have a half day class cut-up in your area and at the half day classes, where you're going to see exactly what it takes really analyze the markets and be able to Termine where you could be buying and where you could be selling. Now the half day classes about three hours long, but we described as the half day class but year investment in this. If you win a set of these passes is going to be three hours of your of your time. And in just a second you're gonna have a chance to win a set. So if you are driving now's.
"obser" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"And I don't even think yours is a really great photo. Jason's not Jared. Yeah. Who doesn't have a ribbon or lights on the top of history. Eliminate yours. And this is not against you, Jared, but I will say that we're looking at just the photos, not knowing I would have picked your tree Jared because yours is all aglow, right? Has a beautiful setting. Jason's is taken with the lights on the photo he submitted and even so half the picture. I don't know if your wife Carol half the picture was his TV to the right. You're right. So that had to be eliminated as well. Tara fate tree realty real quick. She's got the radio on obser-. She likes fake trees work is that what she said. She says fake, man. Says you can't have has asthma. Okay. I'm trying to I'm trying to protect the people. Well. In your in your family have asthma. No. But there might be allergic to trees, I don't know yet. Have you been in your backyard? By now. All right. A southwest employees southwest. Airlines employees got in trouble recently, and it was all over a young child name. Yeah. There are making fun of the name. Absolutely. Absolutely. But was the child was the child handicapped down, you know, because I saw the name. And I thought it was the worst name I've ever seen in my entire life ever in history. Agreed acidy you're like, okay. This a little bit different. It's spelled ABCD e e ABCD what's your name ABCD. Yeah. So it made us think what's the worst name either..
"obser" Discussed on 710 WOR
"How did you come up with the idea to do this? Yeah. So this happened when I was in college and. As you know, we're always looking for dates in college. So I was on Tinder, and I was I was dating a lot of girls through gender, but it was astonishing the amount of time actually spent on the app versus actually dating. So I don't wanna do that again. And then not talk a lot of girls they were bombarded with so many messages from so many guys. So we decided to come up with a unique solution that sort of experimented to solve these issues. So that's how I came up with it. And recently conceptualize it into an up. Are there are a lot of questions that you answer? When you go on like, do you like cats? Yes. No, no. It's actually you just put up your picture, which is kind of like all the other dating apps these days, and you put up where you work your education your age, obviously. And you're all set you're ready to go. But how do you determine if there's a match you basically like the person that you want to go out on a date with and if they like the same person, which is you then there's like a perfect much. We have. Officially launched at relaunching in summer of two thousand nineteen but the obser- obser- belt, so fundraising at the moment. So it's online, but you can't actually download the app to your phone. You can download it. But you won't actually get any users because it's odd marketed. So you guys are testing process right now. Yes, we are interesting. And we are just looking for funds for marketing basically in summer twenty nineteen because winter in New York is pretty brutal. So don't think anyone's going to be interested in going out on dates New York? We love the. The. Time to go..
"It's pacman in space as scientists observe what may be a star gobbling up planetary debris. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future since nineteen thirty seven astronomers have watched with interest the fading and brightening of star located in stellar nursery about four hundred fifty light years from earth. Now with the help of Nasr's shandra x Ray observatory scientists may have uncovered what is causing the stars dimming events small planetary bodies or large remnants of previous smash ups trapped in the rotating disk of gas rounding the young star may have collided as the resulting debris falls into the star it generates a thick veil of dust and gas that temporarily obscures the stars light computer simulations have long predicted that planets fall into young stars. But these X Ray obser-. Vacations from the hot outer atmosphere of the star may be evidence of this process. If scientists interpretations of the shandra data are correct it would be the first time astronomers have directly witnessed a ho star devouring a flange for innovation. Now. I'm jennifer. Animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.
"obser" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of some obser- body cams. ABC's Savan Kim in New York explains. One of those cameras exploded after patrol officer prepping for his midnight shift Saturday night at the one hundred and twenty first precinct in Staten Island spotted. It smoking from the bottom to maker of the L E five bodycam says they're investigating the safety issue closely alongside the NYPD an arrest in a shooting near a school more from WGN's. Roger badesch last Friday police saw Dion Dillard near the Chinatown red line station gave chase after he started to run. They were looking for him in connection with shooting last month where someone fired at least seven times into a crowd of schoolchildren wounded fourteen year old boy, the judge denied bail for Dillard who's expected back in court on Friday. Roger badesch WGN news. Volunteers helped Chicago police canvas the streets this weekend for new information in the disappearance of a pregnant mail carrier. The reward money up to thirty thousand dollars WGN's. Pam Jones reports volunteers went door to door in the area. Where twenty six year old Kira Kohl's was last seen October second they collected addresses at homes and alleys where surveillance cameras are positioned covering an area from seventy nine hundred eighty third and from king Dr to cottage grove community activists, Andrew Holmes. At the individual where a candle working. So we got lots of lots of addresses in that whole era. They'll give the information to the US postal inspection service and Chicago police, Pam Jones WGN news. We'll check sports, traffic and weather. Mold can be a huge problem for a homeowner it grows anywhere at.
"obser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Six or seven minutes until that happens. All right here we go regular season in the NBA is finally underway after a thrilling preseason. Obser- early season early early season observations, let's do that. That's our hot list. Let's go number three. How about your number three early season observation how many give one fully always says the ones that didn't make the cut the games. He gave us four today. I'm gonna give you one that didn't make the cut is the Houston Rockets. It got a little bit of ways to go. They had a great regular season record last year. They added Carmelo Anthony. Trevor REEs moves on in free agency. I know it's one game Dory. But we saw that opening nineteen point hold lost in the world wants a Wednesday at seeing look like a shell. What we saw last year. And he got Carmella now off the bench defense was lacking. What to see about Houston? I was a little bit of a red flag for me. But that was one of Casey's when you go off the radar like that. And you start throwing it numbers four or five and six you're gonna start knocking out some of my picks. All right. Well, Houston Rockets hitting make the cut I was looking at numbers three. Okay. Three. It's is the Phoenix Suns. The Phoenix Suns have a reason fan their fans the be optimistic. You have the number. Why pick the Andrei eight and five but got Josh Jackson. He was with the fourth pick two years ago. Really talented kid. Devon Booker big time score the nucleus. Now, you've got some some real nice pieces, and you got some star power. And I know it takes some time for a team to a, but this is some exciting long range potential. The Phoenix Suns the Cleveland Browns now of the NBA team to be reckoned with down the road. I think they could be so the Phoenix Suns and the way the future looks after. What was so dismal? Not that long ago. I'll go Phoenix Suns at number three. I I agree with you. I I don't have them on my list. But if I go seven eight nine like, you do I might throw out there. My number three is that something has got to happen quickly in Minnesota this. I I hate this. Because when they got Jimmy Butler with all of the young talent. Right. And and and Karl Anthony towns. They they've got a lot of guys. And I was in. They finally made the playoffs after what thirteen years of not making it and I wanted to see that team become one to compete in the west good rowdy fan base. They've been patient. They haven't been good since Kevin Garnett laughed all that stuff. And now, it's just falling apart. I mean, the booze raining down last night on Jimmy Butler at home the booze raining down last night on head coach and other thing, you know, front office made Tom thibodeau it is turned ugly in Minnesota. I hate to see this, and they are frankly being left with no choice. Obviously they can't keep Butler. Even though he props to him. He continues to play well and play hard and be productive for them. But now, I don't know that Timoteo can stay and that there is a real mess in a place that literally a year ago or less. There was real hope. And I hate that for Minnesota. That's my number three take let me just say this story, if you had when you have Karl Anthony towns who by the way, a struggle the first couple of games. Okay. He's struggling got Wiggins and Butler, you got a chance and those boos become cheers very quickly. And he's a rental. And obviously in the NFL you got it with lady on bell, potentially at one your Manny Machado and with the dodgers by going to the Yankees. And now you have it with Jimmy Butler. But yeah, we'll say a Minnesota people want to write off. But.
"obser" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"Yeah, that's good. So you're skateboarding. Somebody's like, do trick like I'll do this time. Ever abetting and then pub and yawn and stretch. And then that's here ride. I feel good suckered. I would argue Travis as we have a lot of fun there, but that does not get your skateboard back to you. In fact, I'm pretty sure it gets stolen and you arrested as a vagrant, maybe tape it to your feet. Here's your feet is good. You know the child leashes the tape on the kids to you. Don't take see you said tape fucks me up, but you like e time to your kids and it's like your kid can run, but then like Gank they pull them back to you. That is literally what I just said, what Larry Travis said. Yeah, but I have a different one that I'm gonna. Different style. Okay. Why does different. Go on. Okay. So what if it's like that. But it's. Made a Twizere. So how. After you do it, you could just be like every mice Laffy, but then it's like, hey, can we all do this together over some twizzlers and then maybe they would not be mad at you because you got him that of course, it's perfect. I'll tell you what you need. Do you need to pop off those little shitty tires wheels that you have on your skateboard and put on some obser- truck wheels, something that can really eat those cobblestones the fuck up? Because if you can't find a non cobblestone route on your way to work, then I genuinely think you need either new foreign transit are just some real monster truck tires on your skateboard and maybe get an engine on there and get you got to have power for our big wheels and engine. Yeah, maybe get a windshield succeed. You're off to the races. I'll tell you what help keep your.
"obser" Discussed on AppStories
"Can just go to maximize find the roundup of all the episodes and listen from the web player because we have a we have an unbearable player that people can go there and just listen from max oris so the will also be a dedicated section a hub if you will on maximize so that you will be able to find all of these articles and all of these happy seen a single place we wanted to to to celebrate the fact that the app store as allowed me personally to start max oris and eventually to grow this team and to have a podcast and to know so many people which is also the topic that we want to discuss today the sort of our personal stories about the obser an apps but before we jump into the topic i need to thank john because you've done in amazing job oh it's getting these interviews scheduled and working with developers and designers so i just need to thank you on the show because he's done an incredible job and i hope that people will like what we put together while thanks federico it's been a lot of fun doing it too and it's it's always fun when you get to talk to a lot of people who you write about there in the course of the year so this is one of those projects to that just felt absolutely perfect for mac stories because this is really this is this is what mac stories is all about so it's a perfect time to sit back take stock put it all in context and reflect a little bit about what the app store means both to us individually as the team that is writing for mac stories and then more broadly in the bigger community at large okay so as you said federico we thought we would talk a little bit about what the app store means to us and some stories behind that and you know i last fall wrote an article on maximum is called my app stores which was much of the backstory as to how came to be left my job as a lawyer and started working and writing with few mac stories but there's actually as with most stories you can turn the clock back even further and what really i think got me hooked was way back in like two thousand eight and two thousand nine at the very beginning of the app store because i had my son owen whose twenty now was ten when the app store launched and he wanted to learn how to code and he.
Trump, North Korea and Kim Jong discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"To know right now president trump has canceled next month's summit with north korea's president kim jong and ntsb report shows an uber self driving vehicle that struck and killed a woman in timpee spotted the woman in the road a full six seconds earlier but the automatic braking was disabled and overnight officer involved shooting north phoenix one suspect wounded another in custody police say it started when two people on a motorcycle flooding obser trying to pull them over it came to an end in the neighborhood near seventh street in the one oh one you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on arizona's news station ktar news forty four bruce st james.
"obser" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"You try to derailed my train in determining discipline internal police documents show little rock police captain mike davis recommended one hundred sixty hour suspension saying quote i find this behavior to be indicative of a predatory nature that cannot be tolerated arson just fire the chump chief kim buckner replied saying he quote we're not go as far as to call his actions predatory but they were inappropriate i want to congratulate the chief on agreeing that his actions were inappropriate may seem kind of predatory to me but i mean i'm not law enforcement officer you know i don't have the law force experience what do i know but i go with predatory and document dated late december a little white police sergeant says there's a pattern of inappropriate behavior on the part of author butler towards females that he encounters while on duty sergey goes on to say my concern is there may be similar incidents involving officer butler that have gone unreported by citizens that would not surprise me while serving his suspension police report shows butler picked up a sixteen year old girl at a bus stop in mid april according to police report obser butler told investigators he was riding round and start to check on sixteen year old at a bus stop around three o'clock in the morning because it was raining and he was receiving storm alerts on his phone the girl supposedly told butler she was kicked out of the house that's when butler allegedly offered the juvenile ride and took her back to his residence worthy report show she slept police say butler was off duty took the girl home around five thirty the next afternoon where he identified himself to her parents as a little rock officer the teens dad said the sixteen year old has taken off her home before police did not mention of butler and the girl knew each other beforehand separate incident separa i'll get to the separate incident here in a in a minute but this is i've done informal polo voices in my head this is whack is jacked up five oh one four three three zero.
"obser" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Newsradio one or two point nine care all right now now let's dig into this story that mitch mccoy was reporting over chelsea tina chow four about officer butler this is just this creepy man it's freaky then informal poll all the voices in my head and they all agree this is wack manza jacked up internal affairs documents released yesterday show that a little rock police officer was serving a suspension from the department when he allegedly picked up a sixteen year old girl from the bus stop and took her back to his home for an overnight stay yea ostra jason butler serving a one hundred sixty hour suspension in april after police officials say he went back to a home he was called to earlier in the evening because he was attracted to a married woman ouch officer butler was called to an apartment complex november twenty six twenty seventeen for a disturbance police report says a couple was fighting officers offer to give the husband a ride to spend the night somewhere else to cool off now that part's normal that happens when you're police officer you got domestic disturbance right however complaint file days later alleging obser butler returned to the couple's home after dropping off the woman's husband get his keys the woman claims obser butler watt into the children's bedroom where her two year old and seven month old daughter were asleep and quote reached into her daughter's crib and robbed her leg unquote she says she quote felt as though the officer was attempting to come on to her in a sexual manner unquote i the your your police officer in uniform now for his part internal affairs officer butler what's what's the deal he said well i went back to the apartment of conversation with the the woman because i found her attractive she married you just took her husband somewhere else to chill and you're gonna try to hit on his wife conversation is his work that is in quotes and i looked it up and it's word i've never used it before but it's it's it's a kind of a root for conversation i guess.
"obser" Discussed on KOMO
"Very talk the very bottom and they just started running and filtering everywhere and people were screaming the suspect jumped in a car and drove off people who are left tried to comfort each other calm each other fears it's a little alarming to know that we've got you know somebody down there that shooting especially with the kids involved i mean they just wanna make sure it's safe around here well at this point police are not saying what may have led up to this deadly shooting they have a lot of witness accounts to go through their up can find something that will lead them to whoever committed this crime morgan police have very limited information about that suspect right now and at this point are not putting out any description there's some conflicting reports so detectives are working with witnesses to see if they can get a better idea of the suspect obser stopped several vehicles they thought might be connected to the gunman but all of them were cleared while subtracting developing story in denver tonight passengers on a delta flight tweeted this chaotic video of people evacuating a flight that had landed people on board say the cabin filled with smoke while taxiing to the gate so far their only reports of minor injuries from the scrambled to get off the plane the flag was coming in from detroit and at this time delta has yet to issue any comment all eyes will be on the seattle city council tomorrow to see what their next move will be on the controversial proposal to tax big businesses council members are expected to meet one day after they received this letter that was signed by more than one hundred businesses including alaska airlines and expedia they call the tax to raise more money for the homeless and affordable housing a quote misguided approach that punishes businesses that create too many jobs we spoke to the ceo one company that would not be affected by the tax who says large and small businesses all depend on each other small company employs go to big companies big company employs leave to start small companies it's all one big system if you tax one part of it you're actually tackling the whole thing in the letter businesses say they recognize the homeless challenges at are willing.
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