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"onda" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:31 min | 6 months ago

"onda" Discussed on KCRW

"Ondas just it is just a small handful of people that know how to have to find this piece of gold. Well, let's talk about the market for truffles and I just want to play a clip of tape of one of the truffle hunters. Ggo galley our day. And he is talking with a truffle merchant, a younger man named John Franco Qwerty and they're talking on a darkened street, so it seems almost like they're doing a drug deal. A great man. You put it on, Put yours and put to it, Mom. So they're talking about what? How much it weighs and the perfume. The aroma of the truffles and the trouble without aroma would be worth nothing. It's the sense that matters. Okay? And this is just one of several scenes that you record of a transaction. But they all seem to be done quite furtively. Why? Why are they done in the dark of night? E like everything about this world of the secret. And so the truffle hunters. They're out in the woods all night looking for truffles. And the reason is because they don't want anybody to know where they're finding the truffles. They don't want people to know where they go truffle hunting but the same thing when they're selling the truffles. I mean the world. Of truffles is a lot like I mean, you described it is maybe like a drug deal, and that's how it's been described to us. And it all does. It happens under the cover of of darkness. We heard weird rumors. When we first started filming. We heard rumors for for months about this this black market that occurred on this one street in this particular town twice a week in the middle of the night, and so we went to check it out and what we actually went in the day. And we talked to all the different shopkeepers on the street and it's an Italian town. So these shops have been there for generations, and none of them at least none of them told us that they had ever heard of this market. So we went back to the truffle hunters who told us about him, he said. There's Clearly no market here. Maybe we have the wrong street. They said no. Just go back in the middle of the night, and we did, and we went back. It's four o'clock in the morning, and it was actually the first year that we were filming. And there was a drought that year, There were very few truffles and all the truffle dealers were desperate to find truffles because they have clients all around the world. And there was a line of these truffle dealers, some of whom we knew when they were just standing there in a line And they kind of almost look like drug addicts waiting for their next victims because they were so desperate at that time. And out of nowhere. There was a little in the region. They drive these little SUVs called tendons and Little Panda pulled up. The driver got out and he opened up the back of the trunk and the street just filled with the aroma of troubles, and all the truffle dealer scurried over it at him, and they pulled out their cash, and they started trying to make deals. But I mean, I think part of that mystery of how a truffle is found. Howard triple sold. That's That's what drew us into this story, And I think it's just that's the beautiful thing about a truffle like it's something that kind of exist outside the laws of human beings, and it's something that science hasn't cracked. The code on a white truffle can't be cultivated. It's something that really exists beyond the boundaries of human knowledge. And why aren't there younger truffle hunters doing this? Why is it just these old guys? Well, a couple of reasons. First, The young people have left on gone to look for work outside the country. And second, we found that this passion it's work. You know, truffle hunting is a lot of work. You have to be willing to dig.

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"onda" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:01 min | 8 months ago

"onda" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Los Angeles convention center may be transformed into homeless shelter

The KFBK Morning News

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Los Angeles convention center may be transformed into homeless shelter

"City of Los Angeles may use the convention center. There is a massive makeshift homeless shelter. City Councilman Curren Price is proposing this idea and says the pandemic has made this a dire time for the homeless population just made things even worse. It's just exacerbated an already bad situation over 19 is added to that. Onda courses. We go into the winter colder months. That's gonna be another layer.

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"onda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"onda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Onda, also Florida, the perennial heartbreak for Democrats. They always have high hopes for it, and it has disappointed them many times. But to me the fact that Ohio a very late addition to the battleground is a place where Biden is tonight, at least so far, surprisingly competitive. Same thing with North Carolina. So that's something that I wouldn't have expected that something that's making Democrats pretty hopeful. And it turns out that Biden, whose brand is a kind of rust belt working class guy, Ah, Is doing better in that part of the country. Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio. Then he is in Florida before I turned Tawana. I also want to remind our listeners that this is an election like no other. A huge number of votes were cast early or by mail. We are in the midst of a pandemic. And so some of the results may take some time s O. We may be in for quite a long night, but wanna summers I'm going to bring you in now, I I want to talk a little bit about the black vote because Both Biden and President Trump made their case to black voters on DH. What are you seeing there? Yeah, If you recall, it was black voters that frankly saved Joe Biden's candidacy all the way back in absolutely early. The early part of this year during the Democratic primary and black women, in particular, are a hugely reliable part there, the backbone. Of the Democratic electorate. My colleague, Roscoe mentioned some of the work that both campaigns have been doing to ship away at black men. And one of the things I found quite interesting is about a month ago, I was on a call with some Biden campaign senior aides, including Cedric Richmond, congressman of Louisiana who is a co chair of the campaign. And he pointed out that four years ago when the president asked black Americans what do you have to lose? He was able to ship away some of those black men. But the Biden campaign has been having the shoptalk events bringing in local validators community. So your barber, your pastor, your imam and having them reach out and do a lot of intimate campaigning to win those voters back. They think they could be difference makers in places like Michigan and Wisconsin. And we should also say seniors one and four voters are over 65. What impact will that have? Yeah. The president won seniors overwhelmingly in his first campaign, and he carried white voters over the age of 65 by an even wider margin. But we know from looking at pulling ahead of Election Day that there are some signs that seniors who we know typically turnout in pretty big numbers. Or shifting away from President Trump and toward Joe Biden. These numbers coming in Florida, where in 2016 they made up about 21% of the electorate, and the president carried them four years ago by double digits. And you're listening to a live special coverage of the 2020 election from NPR news. And we're joined now by Congressman Robert at our hold, who represents Alabama's fourth congressional district, covering most of Tuscaloosa County. Good to have you with US Congressman Thank you. It's good to be with you tonight. Now I know you're a member of the Tea party caucus who represent a deeply red district that went overwhelmingly for Donald Trump in 2016. If the president does not win reelection tonight, are there areas where you think congressional Republicans could work with a President Joe Biden if it comes to that. Well, I would hope that ah that he would want to work with the Republicans in trying to, you know, lower taxes. I will hope that he would try to make sure that we try toe. I'll find some middle ground own on those Ah, social issues that moral issues that are so near near to the hearts of Republicans like protection, the unborn, So you know, I have no idea I was. I mean to be Frank. Those do sound like top tier issues for a Republican administration. Is there anything on the list of Democratic priorities that you think? Oh, yeah, that sounds appealing to us. Will he? You know, he does talk about off bringing jobs back to America. And so I'm glad it. He's saying that, of course. Obviously I do not feel that when he was in the Senate, he really fall for those like he could've, especially on some of the trade deal, but I would be willing to give him a chance is if we can work together on trying to make Bring manufacturing jobs back to the shore and also and make sure that we have American made products. So I think that's something that most Democrats and Republicans could agree on. Do you think there's anything that President Trump could have done differently in this campaign? Obviously, we're still waiting for results. We don't know how it's going to go. The Poles had pretty consistently showed him trailing Joe Biden. Is there anything you wish you had done? That you didn't see him? D'oh? Well, he has. I think one of the things that you know, Of course, A lot of people have criticised for the first debate that took place and I think they would have like Tio saying Mohr of Ah, heard from or from Joe Biden because I think they had felt like maybe If that could hurt more from Joe Biden. It was sort of dichotomy between the two candidates, but, uh, quite honestly, I mean, I think Donald Trump has good. I'd done a good job in articulating his message. No, he is. I mean, the crowds have been phenomenal that you've seen across the country. And so I think you know, tonight's gonna be a good night for Donald Trump. Joe Biden has said that if he wins this race, one of the first things he's going to do is take action on the Corona virus. He has talked about mask mandates. How would something like that go over in your county? Well in in in North Alabama. There is in this congressional district. There's about 16 counties. And I think most of those county Oh, you know, would would object that obviously, they People wear masks, but obviously that there's places that when you're on certain places that you don't need to have the mask on, But when people use common sense, and people have you used good judgment. Alabama has not been one of those states let led the country. We've had some spikes here and there, but overall.

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"onda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"onda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"onda" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"onda" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Almost too eager. It sounds like they're just basically giving her the runaround. I mean, I don't know who the company is, and I don't know what the nature of the failure is. But I mean, that's not the way you typically treat a client. So if there's an issue, I mean the way we do things that Mr Floor If there's an issue, we do everything we can as quickly as we can, sir. Address it, so I would encourage the listener toe. Just, you know, contact that company and I kind of asked him to do the right thing. Better business Bureau. Potentially Okay. 3815. Jill not looking to sell any time soon, but I live directly in front of 80. Okay. Do you think I could says here? You think I guess they must do. Do you think I could sell my home and one week living in front of I 80 depends. It does depend on the House Onda Price. It's not an easy sale to be right in front of an expressway. But there are plenty of people out there who don't mind that so yes, it can be done. All right, Joan. I think in your name is Joan. But your name is really Jill Sixthree. Oh, the Westside Realtor, which is what will the progressive tax if past due to ST Charles real estate market, I have a townhome west of Randall. Thanks. Vince always listens to the show and enjoys. What do you think the new tax will do? The real estate. Right. I'm not an expert on that. But I don't think it's going to have much of a bearing quite frankly, on most individuals and there in terms of their properties. I don't think it's going to have much of it. If you know what I learned Steve while I was sick in my in my in laws basement, but we could go for three days that I'm a billionaire. Cause the fair taxes. You directed a billionaire's I make more than 2 50. But I'm considered a billionaire. So I'm telling everybody I'm a billionaire. Bigger. I'm a billionaire. I congratulate to fat, white guy sitting in red and blue chair saying that you know the next going after the billionaires and up for good. Listen, I don't care if you're for it or against it. We have an election on the Tuesday just vote, okay? Vote. Get off your rear end and vote 31 to 91 72002 last question for you, Igor 312. Do you need a mop to use Mr Floor? I use wet jet swift or because it is easier than mop and water, but I get no shine. Is there a number to call in order to get in orderto order isn't available in stores. I don't like to buy online to get your product. Yeah, absolutely. You can pick up our products at select retailers. If you go to mr floor dot com, we have a nice list of all of the retail partners where you can actually walk in and purchase the product. They're a lot of a stores that now carrying our products, so it's fairly easy to get. And now you don't need a specific mop. You can use a paper towel. I mean, you could spray our Mr Floor cleaner directly onto the wood floor. Grab a paper towel. If you're doing a spot cleaning and you're done phone number of our listeners want to reach out to you Give us a call directly at 84767 for 7500 or visit us online at Mr Florida Common..

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GM Reveals All-Electric Hummer

Balance of Power

05:01 min | 11 months ago

GM Reveals All-Electric Hummer

"Had been waiting for an all new all electric version of the Hummer designed for off road and on road use, and with acceleration that would have been impossible in a combustion engine version. We talked with GM President Mark Royce about where this new Hummer will fit in the marketplace. JMC is really the on ly premium truck brand out there. If you think about it. Most of their competitors are brand extensions for that, So we have GMC and we have homer. In a premium channel for trucks, and that's a very distinguishable piece of what we're doing with both brands you have the 84 84 acts and things like that for for GMC. I think you'll see that that grow. But then you have the Hummer. You know, the Hummer model under the GMC umbrella as well, which is sort of the ultimate off road piece of that so very carefully designed and executed with different attributes, different designs and different gotta market strategies. Mark you mentioned competitors. Let's talk about competitors in the E V space you have for now, with a 1 50 evey they've announced you've got, of course, Tesla with their pickup truck. How does this compare this Hummer evey year? The direct competitors against Are you going for a somewhat different market? I think it's like nothing else on believe it that this truck is is very different from What are competitors have described most recently with the peace of the light duty pickup truck, and then a few quite a few months back with What with the other electric only competitors is doing with their truck and I don't I don't really know until we see those come into the marketplace with those trucks are but I can tell you what this is, and this is Right now, Like nothing else. Talk about what may be a sister truck. The badger from Nikola GM obviously announced a fairly large arrangement with nickel a lot of controversy around it. Is the badger going forward. Do you see that? Is something complimentary to what you're doing? The Humber evey? Well, you know, we won't sell in market that truck That will be Nicholas. That's what Nick was doing. And the big difference there is that truck will will have a fuel cell. And so it's still a fuel cell electric truck but quite different or offering with our lt impacts on the pure electric Hummer so very different. But as far as you know, the badger and the nickel deal is going forward. Right now we're going forward and so exciting piece of this is Taking what is I believe the best fuel cell in the world with our fuel cell that is made in our joint venture with Honda right here in Michigan on DH, taking that fuel cell and looking at deploying it in the heavy duty transport market. With large trucks. You know, the class seven and eight and then also in the light duty badger truck that you mentioned. So, yes. So with the Hummer If you put this in the larger context of General Motors and its move into electric vehicles, you've announced the lyric the Cadillac lyric. Now they have the Hummer. Evey is understanding. There's a bold UV coming out as well. How does this fit into the overall portfolio that you're developing? And what comes next? It's a great question. If you look at the way we've designed the platforms, both on the A truck platform are BT Battery Electric truck platform and then are better electric vehicle platform. Those two dedicated platforms are quite different. Onda approach is quite different than many others that are in introducing electric vehicles. Reason why I say that is because again we're deploying our module or pack are multi M battery source out of our Lordstown plant in Ohio. That is Designed and executed to be high volume. And the reason why that's important again for the customer and for for the market is because we can really take because of scale. And chemistry that we've developed. In fact, right here we have a chemistry developing lab for ourselves and our packs right here at the Tech center in Warren, Michigan. That quick development of chemistry and then deploying that chemistry and our lt impacts is really the secret time driving that cost down so that we can offer Not only Hummers and Cadillacs, but Eve's and beyond for the mass market piece of our other brands that do higher volume and right in the heart of the market, like Chevrolet and Chevrolet crossovers, trucks, all of those vehicles and so this has been really, really done very carefully. And that goes also into the electric motors that we're doing ourselves. That was GM President Mark Royce on the All new Hummer evey coming out of thin next year for Bloomberg. First word news. We go

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"onda" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Can't very well wait right news roundup and information overload our 809 for one, Shawn, You want to be a part of the program and it is three weeks from tomorrow. And you are the old of a jury of though early voting has started Now, I guess since in nearly 40 states and for all the voting information you'd ever want had a register early voting. When does it start? When does it stop absentee voting. Who is your congressional candidate? Is there a Senate race? It's all upon Hannity dot com and our electoral map. Ah lot of huge news as it relates to the deep state and also Hunter Biden and now the depth that we had not known before. That goes way beyond Karisma and Ukraine that includes Russian oligarchs. Ukrainian oligarchs, Kazik oligarchs. Transfer, wire transfers or payments. Chinese nationals, Russian nationals, Ukrainian nationals, and the amount of money is breathtaking. But we also have it started, I guess. Last week Rick Grenell Onda also Radcliffe, now releasing new documents as it relates to The whole Russia hoax and not the least of which is this new development that the former CIA director Brennan actually brief Barack Obama that the whole Russia trump narrative was made up by Hillary Clinton to distract from her violation of the Espionage Act and her e mail server. Now. One interesting side. Note on that as Secretary of state. Pompeo says that the State Department will release those Clinton emails. I guess the ones that we thought were deleted in the hard drives were cleaned with bleach bit in the And the missing SIM cards, and the device is destroyed by hammers. But we had the DNA I director of National Intelligence Ratcliffe, releasing a CIA memo that Comey claimed to have no memory of receiving, and this was October 6th of 2016. This is before he find the sign the first FISA application, and it was a three page referral by Radcliffe. That literally. Congress had partly redacted but apprised Comey and then Peter struck with intelligence, suggesting that the DNC Democratic presidential candidate had approved this plan. Concerning a trump campaign in a Russian alleged tack in the DNC, in other words, that it was all made up and the president also over the weekend, saying that he expects A release of breath taking Russia probe documents that they've got the goods that this this whole thing was a scheme and a conspiracy from the beginning. Somebody that's been following all of this very, very closely is Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson. All aspects of this, and Senator Johnson is the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee Governmental Affairs Committee and They've worked in this new information as it relates to Hunter Biden. But let's first go to your piece in the Wall Street Journal Senator Welcome Back to the program. You start out by saying the U. S. Is in a constitutional crisis that began the day that President Trump was elected when unelected bureaucrats mobilized against his presidency. Is this as bad as I've been trying to claim it is for the last three plus years the biggest abuse of power corruption scandal in history. You've been doing an excellent job reporting on this, but this isn't a classroom from crisis between branches is where you normally would expect one to occur. This is within the executive branch, and this is the dimension of Hillary Clinton email standoff. I've been investing in the club for the Obama administration since Little in March of 2015 when that all went public when we found out that she was using this pirate server, and if Secretary Palm Pale has emails, not maybe that all of them even some of them, son we should have had those years ago that should come out. Certainly in the FBI's media exam investigation, but it didn't come out with all of our congressional oversight. All the letters were written the subpoena now that I've had the issue to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which, by the way they do not honor on August 20th We gave them two extensions, and they're still not honoring way had. We literally had 300 pages of Andrew McCabe's text messages, but they would only make them available in the reading room is air deep, unclassified. There's nothing classified about this. They finally produced him to the committee as they should have done. You got 24 pages. 8% of what's in the reading room right now. Course that's very restrictive on only got one person with clearance will see it. It makes it very burdensome to uncover this. So what we have seen and this gets back to my op ed. We have seen slow what we have seen people hiding the ball. We have seen people resisting getting the American public. The information of the corruption occurred during transition and in the early days and I think it continues. These people know what we're now understanding is that James Comey received a memo saying that Hillary Clinton concocted the whole thing from the beginning. Now we also know prior to the First FISA application and all four of them the The bulk of information was this dirty, phony Russian misinformation dossier that Hillary paid for in which they knew in January, 2017. Was. The information came from Ah Russian operative who said it was bar talk but a known Russian operative for over a decade by the FBI, But yet they could continue to use that boat. False information never verified or verifiable. As the means to spy on Donald Trump First candidate, then transition team it deep into his presidency. That's what's so always about this. The FBI knew full well. The studio was paid by Hillary Clinton. It was a campaign documents. Now we know the new. Apparently, Hillary Clinton signed off on the plan to spend up the scandal, tying Donald Trump to the release of those DNC emails that they knew that the main sub source Being investigated him is a restless and path in 2009. They interviewed him about the bar talk the new August in General 2017. And yet the investigation continued, blew up into a special counsel investigation, costing tens of millions of dollars. I'm putting this nation through this political upheaval. They've known all of this. What else do you call that other than attempted? How is it possible from has not all that we've known now for a long time. And as you point out these these documents have been available for years and they have not been released. Now. Here we are. Just 22 days out of the 2020 election, and we still don't know the depth of corruption from the 2016 election. How is that even possible? Because turns out about John Germs. Objectives is different than what congressional investigations about that they're all about getting convictions. They don't want anything that conviction and that's releasing information. Before we've interviewed people and really built the case. We do these investigations into political wrongdoing completely backwards Step with congressional investigations. And we should have access to all the information. But what happens instead is because we have these investigations for prosecution. They get to hide the ball. They get to keep the information and it's never given to Congress whose job is to do oversight to first of all informed public policy. But also to inform the public. So here we are, almost four years later. All this wrongdoing. People know people know what happened. People have these documents, But Congress doesn't have a zit result. American people continue to be in the dark. So I get what I think, Tobias personal integrity. I don't know John Broom. That's everything we hear about him, but they have different goals about convictions versus my goal of making the American public aware off the corruption and the wrongdoing. That's why I'm calling on Delabar. Even John Durham. This has got to be the higher priority American people who know what happened before they go to the polls. It doesn't seem like that's gonna happen. You also put out an in term report along with Senator Charles Grassley as it relates to Hunter Biden and it looks like you know, I could never understand. The country was dragged through a phony impeachment over a phone call with only one fact witness and the rest of the witnesses were opinion witnesses or hearsay witnesses not admissible under the federal rules of admissible evidence. And yet we have Joe by non tape, saying you're not getting one billion taxpayer dollars unless you fire this prosecutor who's investigating my son who goes on G M A, and admits he has no experience and energy, gas oil or Ukraine. And then we discovered that he made $1.5 billion deal with the Bank of China seemingly no experience there and your report, then chronicles that went a lot deeper with a $3.5 million payment with the The first lady of Moscow. If I recalled AA and and all these wire transfers with Russian oligarchs and Russian nationals, Ukrainian oligarchs and nationals and shopping sprees, courtesy of Chinese nationals, did that all happen, Sir John, this is further evidence the crush of our news media. Because they look at that. Collectively, we will. He's not proving any illegality. That's our job. Our job is to inform the public. There was so much more information so many troubling piece of information about these connections with between 100 buying his businesses with again the white for the former mayor of Moscow with Chinese gases that connections too. The Communist Party of China and the People's Liberation Army way, Joe Biden deny that that was true during the debate. Did he lie to you? You don't think he ever.

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Morgan Stanley buying Boston-based Eaton Vance in deal valued at $7 billion

Bloomberg Markets

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Morgan Stanley buying Boston-based Eaton Vance in deal valued at $7 billion

"Buying Eaton Vance on DH. It's a $4 billion deal a lot positive to say about it. And yet Morgan Sandy's Doc Rudi isn't doing much. It's big and Allison Williams, senior analyst, global investment banks in asset management for Bloomberg Intelligence. Is that a very good summary Allison. This is being pretty well regarded by most everybody, but really not investors than it's not really doing anything for them. Well, I think the stock's not down, so that's that's a positive sign. And I think I guess that what went this is price, but they're buying strategically, so time will tell. You know, Time will tell what the actual you know what they got versus what they paid for, but I think it's a great fit. It's very consistent with Dictations. But the company has articulated in terms of they've been over a long term shifting towards wealth and asset management. They did the e trade deal. Catholic mass market customers Digital banking again Ah, full price but rounds out something strategy. Smaller that's generally been by design. They want out of much larger unit full disclaimer, which is where I worked, but they have now that over time, and they had a really they haven't you know, in current day, a really strong institutional business. I mean, the floes inactive equity been stellar of standout versus the industry, but really smile and fixed income. They're smaller than a lot of the other investment banks. So this really You know it scares them up on fixed income. But I think the most interesting aspect to us is really, you know, sort of SG and we think that you know we're at a really pivot point for issue in the industry. It's held up better than expected. Through the down markets that it is they're really buying into areas of for the future. Allison. I guess what I know of the asset management business. Just in general is it is a tough business and getting tougher by the day, There's the movement from active to passive. There's the pressure on fees. If Morgan Stanley, why am I spending $7 billion on a business with a really tough revenue outlook? I think, because the products that they're getting are probably in the right spot. So you know to your point. There's a lot of pressure in the industry. We call abroad pressure because not just Passive but in the products even within hedge fund, which is a higher price product product, you know, we're seeing fees, you know, fee rates that are are, you know record lows and sort of gate that we have right? So There's broadly pressure, but there are pockets. There's pockets about performance. I just talked about the few pressure and had funds, but the charges three and 30, you talked about the pressure and active, But, you know, Morgan being family thing. Good clothes there. And then it is another area where no alluded to earlier. You know who he looked at, You know, sort of in the second quarter when we were sort of, really, Onda. Really tough, slow period across categories. Yes, she actually held up really well. And that's really one of us. That the area is that The advance is strong and the other area with Seek to eat Ban is, you know they have they caught a customized solutions business with that, in general, is Treat Tio. They also add two alternatives. So even though we talk a lot Alison is coming in and out. I think we should probably that Alison go. We didn't get much of her intelligence from her in those first few minutes, though, on this deal on some Williams, a senior analyst for global investment banks on Assad Management for Bloomberg Intelligence, and it's

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Pence criticizes Harris' record as attorney general of California

Morning Edition

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Pence criticizes Harris' record as attorney general of California

"Is record as California's attorney general and San Francisco district attorney came up late in last night's vice presidential debate. But it became a big topic. Ladies political correspondent Marissa Lagos was watching and she joins us now. Marissa. How did Vice President Mike Pence paint? Harris is California in San Francisco record? As a prosecutor, and how did she respond? Yeah, this was interesting. I mean, it's a it's a contrast how I think he tried to paint her for the rest of the debate. Is this radical liberal? He actually attacked the disparities in drug offenses, claiming that African Americans were 19 times more likely to be brought up on drug offenses when she was district attorney and And that she increased the disproportionate incarceration of blacks in California's attorney general and tried to tell with the White House has done with the first step back. You know, Harris essentially defended her record. Not specifically, You know, she didn't talk about the specific disparities but said, We need to do what California did nationally. Earlier, she went even further talking about eliminating private prisons and the cash bail system. So I would say it was a pretty full throated defense by Harris Onda kind of surprising attack from a campaign. I know they talked about this before, but it does seem to kind of contrast with the rest of their message about who, Carmela Harris says. Well, I thought it was particularly interesting that she kept stressing that she would not be lectured by the vice president. About her record. She really defended it very, very strongly. It was her first major debate since the ones that took place during the primary campaign. How was she different here? What themes did she hit on? You know, I talked Tio, longtime advisor of Harris, he said this may have been the toughest challenger she's ever faced on the debate stage. I think that she tried to come out it very differently than she did in the primaries. She where she was really on the attack, especially in that, you know, pretty famous debate now from last summer against Joe Biden, where she attacked him on school busing. This was a different Kamala Harris, very measured, still prosecutorial. But I think she was very aware of the fact that this campaign is courting swing voters. Women in particular. I think she's hoping to attract to the campaign and she didn't want to come off as overly hostile. Given who Pence's especially in contrast to term Right now.

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"onda" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on KTOK

"That's when I started my career. And in 2010, we saw the affordable Care act start to greet deuce. The gap coverage associated to party with some other features in that, but Medicare specific prevented services were definitely increase in enhanced with the Onda. Also part the gap coverage has been reduced. However, you do still spend about 25. Percent in your gap coverage now, But that is a little quick history. And speaking of party, you know, we do reviews for our clients. I do, and we do some savings we do, and we were looking at that and every year from October to December, and so it is time and all of our clients have received an email already this year. And they've already been sending us an updated prescription drug list that we have been reviewing. We received all of the new prescription drug plans on Thursday of this week. We've already seen projected savings. But did you know that In the last two years our firm has saved our clients alone over $1.8 million just in prescription drug called savings? Yeah, And that's over. 550 clients. Say it again for the baddest in the back. How many 550 clients? No. No $1.8 million in the last two years just for our clients. On DH. That's what we do during the annual election period. It's about saving money because prescriptions are monthly expense. And we want to reduce that costs. So we will be back here in just a short, we're gonna take a short break. We're going to be playing tag. Here's play Tag Hotel 840 1000 called 100 bucks You are Listen to news radio 1000,.

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"onda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Potter's on my team Onda National League, and I think the white socks, you know, barring the Yankees, not and I stand corrected, by the way does I've been corrected in my ear in their correct thie Astros did make the playoffs They're playing. They're playing the twins. I'm just happy that they weren't winning is my point. Sorry, everyone. I need to be clarified my comments. I just hate the Astros that much. I'm sorry. Somebody was actually banging on a garbage can. That was wrong? That's great. That's great. I thought you said the Red Sox. Just so you know, I mean, just like that when you send it out again and 82. So you're right. There was also so I was that we came on my apple watch. There are horrible. You should've given me a sign. All you should have done is gone. Then I would've known I was wrong. That's good. So what do you got? Eric? Who's your team out of the National League? I mean or whoever. Well, I agree with you. I think this is going to kill my friends who are Dodger fans. I am not one. I can't have just never like the Dodgers living in the San Francisco Bay area. If we adopted a team, the judge eyes where our team always love Buster Posey just love that team's kind of get up and go. You know, 100 Pence who just retired. You got to give some love to them. My sleeper team out of the NL. I'm going to get mad, bad love to the San Diego team. They get all that hate for hitting Grand slams. They're young. They're pissed. They're not respected. When you play in Southern California. It's always the Dodgers and the Angels. Nobody even bothers to pay attention to now the only team in San Diego and they're the best team in San Diego actually win and they have a beautiful ballpark definitely deserve it. They're playing with a chip on their shoulder. They have speed they have the bats. Pitching is coming, and I think that's everybody but a shortened season like you. I agree a shortened season. It is a good thing. It's interesting with the D H to kind of comes into play rotations come into play at the end of the day, that's there. And if you take the Yankees out of it, I'm not gonna and don't crucify Mr Steiner. If you're watching. I do not agree with you on the twins being a sleeper. I just don't see that If I'm going to pick a team that's going to do any damage out of there. The Rays still look pretty scary to me. Take the Yankees out of that running. But again, our team is a They're impressive, but I also I'm going to say this and you guys may laugh the ace. The A's the like the Padres disrespected, no matter how well they do they go to the playoffs, mourn their neighbour across the bay does, but people still talk about the Giants Giants could still make it. The Giants. The Giants, and I'm like a pretty darn good. There's a team on the lowest budget. Like they've always been the victim of anything that the Yankees have been part of their jeeter. I think they say that they're allergic to him there, so that's kind of what I have for baseball. I know we only have a minute left before we head into. You know, we talked about football, but at the end of the day, Jeff, who do you have in the World Series? I'm gonna put the Yankees back into playoff. So if the Yankees could get hot, I picked the Yankees and the Dodgers. Right. I say that because it seems that should be there, in my opinion, But you know what? The Rays have the best bullpen, the Rays pitching staff with the top three. There. There, there, there. So what I'd like to see is the Yankees and Dodgers to bring back the old Brooklyn idea, but I pick the raise and the Padres. That's my That's my World Series. The raise the Padres unforced I have the Yankees. I'll go with I'm going with the Yankees from the ale, and we do agree on one thing. We both have the Padres. You're right. It should be the razors. The Dodgers. It's not going to. Those teams are going to get cocky, and that's the thing about these big teams going. Get cocky. You saw the Dodgers get cocky versus red sucks. I mean socks. I don't apologize for calling it at Boston. Not at all. Sorry. Nope. Wrong show. If you're looking for an apology, you're not gonna find it on this one. So, Yeah, So that's what we have for our picks. Stay tuned till after the break, and we'll be covering week three in the NFL and our picks for a week for state. Coming.

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Louisville preparing for another night of protests after Breonna Taylor decision

All Things Considered

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Louisville preparing for another night of protests after Breonna Taylor decision

"Of Louisville is bracing for another night of protests after Kentucky's attorney general said he would not charge three officers in the death of Briana Taylor. She is the black woman shot and killed by police in her apartment in March. The decision not to charge the officers involved drove demonstrators into the streets around the country. But it's Louisville. That is the center of this story. And that is where NPR's Adrian Florido is now. Hey there, Adrian. I'm a really describe to us what you are seeing. What you're hearing is you're out and about reporting on the streets there in Louisville. So, so far today, things have been calm. That was not the case. Last night, however, the streets of downtown Louisville were really tense as police worked to enforce and nine PM curfew and disperse crowds or furious Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement just before curfew, two officers were shot. Their injuries were non my threatening and the suspect was arrested. But this morning, Mayor Greg Fischer pleaded for peace. We never had control over what attorney General of the grand jury would do. We do have control over what happens next in our city, So I'm asking everyone to reject violence and join me and committing Ourselves to the work of reform for justice and for equity and do that now. And Adrian. How our people out on the streets protesting. How are they hearing that? How are they responding to that? I think that there is a lot of skepticism that meaningful change that the mayor is calling for if they participate will actually happen, You know, people here in Louisville protested for 120 days. Demanding that the three police officers who participated in the raid on Briana Taylor's apartment be charged with her murder. Instead. What they got was a grand jury and the state attorney general deciding to charge just one of those officers not for Taylor's death, but because the bullets that this officer fired into her apartment, entered the apartment next door and endangered the lives of Taylor's neighbors. This morning, I spoke to a man named Marcus Reed. He runs a barbecue joint near where Taylor was killed wasn't what he said. If it was may 20 years, But you know, this is police and he's not my skin color. They Just a slap on the wrist. They keep doing it. He told me that his friends and family are deeply resentful of the decision not to charge and that he would not be surprised if tensions on the streets actually actually grow worse after this, Yeah, well, I was going to ask where where my things go because people out protesting many of them had some pretty specific goals in mind. They weren't just angry. They wanted all of the involved officers to be fired and charged with murder. Which, as of yesterday seems to be off the table. So so where do things go now? Rights of the local investigation into Taylor's killing is complete. There will be no more charges Theater New general has said that but the police Department is continuing an internal investigation on whether the officers followed department protocols on the night of the raid. There's also an ongoing federal investigation. The FBI is looking into whether police violated Briana Taylor's civil rights and they're looking at How they obtained that warrant raid Taylor's apartment to look for drugs drugs that they did not find, And aside from that Kentucky's governor Andy this year, he is calling on the attorney general to release the evidence from his investigation against the officers. Here's what the governor said just a little while ago. I know the attorney general talks about the truth, and I talk about the truth. I think we ought to let the people of Kentucky see all of that evaluate and come to the truth. I believe that it is fully appropriate to do at this point in time, Put it all on line. The attorney general has said that he won't do that for now, because of the charges brought yesterday against the one former officer Onda also that pending FBI investigation so briefly, Adrian, you're watching for more protests there in Louisville tonight. There will be more protests. You know, The police say that they're going to continue to enforce the curfew, which is still in effect. Police say that they will do the same thing they did yesterday. They have today arrested more than 100 protesters yesterday. I should also say Marie Louise that we're expecting to hear from Briana Taylor's family tomorrow. NPR's Adrian Florido reporting from Louisville tonight. Thanks, Adrien.

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"onda" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And and you got your Diet Coke. That's all the matters. I got my Diet Coke. That's all matters. Okay, guys, let's do it more handle on the news, Jennifer Wayne, Me and now let's get an update on Hurricane Sally. Hurricane Sally. Now I read that it was about 115 Miles, about an hour and a half ago from the mouth of the Mississippi River. Coming in as a Category two could drop to a category one by now. But this is just another storm That's going to play that Gulf Coast area and its well being is three miles an hour. Which means the rains are a drenching the area to see video of what they're doing in New Orleans because after Katrina, New Orleans spent, I mean Buckets of money on the levees. That someone even the levees been talking about the what do they call those? Ah, the anti hurricane, You know the the gates going in this city you and I mean they're massive gates to protect New Orleans where if another hurricane Katrina hit? Actually, they're able to sustain those winds. And that surge. It really is. The serves weren't everything. It's the storm surge Onda, but it wasn't a direct hit. Now it's just flooding and massive amounts of rain and no city is able to Successfully deal with with 24 inches of rain in a 24 hour period. You can't do it, and it's just soaked from the last storm that hit so I mean, now, here just comes this double whammy. And don't forget you've got teddy right on the heels of Sally. All right. Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is telling his jeopardy's They gotta watch each other's backs Thiss in the wake of the shooting of two of those deputies on Saturday. The FBI now involved in the search for the shooter, and they'll find him because now $175,000 and the sheriff ah has asked Llodra LeBron James.

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Tons of ammonium nitrate found near scene of Beirut port explosion

John Batchelor

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Tons of ammonium nitrate found near scene of Beirut port explosion

"The Lebanese military has discovered several more tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate at the port. Lebanese Armed forces announced Thursday these last hours that his army engineering regiment discovered more than four metric tons of ammonium nitrate during an inspection of four containers at conducted at the request of Beirut supports Customs authorities at entrance number nine. This did not explode on August 4th when 2900 tons of ammonium nitrate badly damaged the city. And the people of Lebanon known Sark. It's a very good evening to this fresh news about more ammonium nitrate has it has it made people want to leave Beirut? Are they alarmed that there will even be another explosion? Good evening. Good morning to you until now. Benny Benny said that there is no any evidence that there were either. Uh it was not my meaning by Ah lately, right? And this time they said that there was no weapon. Before the warehouse where there were those of a monument on the fourth. Onda American. Ah Continuing their investigations that I and they did not reach any clues yet. I think the first reason off this explosion is Asian and the corruption off the Benin. All government that village politicians, Lebanese institution, and that's why I think The government. Now they are forced Go back a big investigation. I don't know if it was going to reach something to conclude something, or you wouldn't have had a few months. What's this time? I think The energy is so big the muscle floods What's so big? They have to do something with the off the French novel, which are supported by the U. S. I don't know if they reach something. You have always been being in Beirut now on Ah, leading journalists. You've always given us very cogent assessments of tell us Now we hear the Lebanese government the economies and collapse. The government just switched. What is the status of Hezbollah? After this disaster, we know that there was a lot of public criticism. And what is the change in government mean for that relationship? When I think the made the big mistake when he decided not to be the one off. I need influence on the government and the critical situation. When he decided to me. A bomb off the government and Toby in the government and before the government, which is ah, supported by the Syrian but majority ofthe law. This is the same because mouth if he hasn't said. That is a lot off criticism and, ah, depending Christian community, That is when you suddenly called limit of any community. But I don't Aah! Haston enjoy Ah, off the Shia community In general. The flight from ah, small percentage off those in our community. This is not going not going to see that the French, uh before the president came too available. Wait. I have money, onion. That statement off in or around the farmer from financial efficient, saying that Give me They would try to need one off the Lebanese demands, which is to make a new AH first refugee and Sinn Fein two needle official off the hands of Hezbollah. When president cocaine to live alone in office that he made militant its life changed, But in fact it was not like he said. The people we've met. That lead. Angela is a political party he presented in the parliament. He had me but now we have other things to live with that Hezbollah and the other part is living up. Ah, you mean he political leader, Big ones A program if land for the government on the would have to wait and see It is nothing. That is why there is some sort of difference between the position with us on the position of France a lot of this issue. The French and I needed a presentation on Hezbollah and the new government. The French A fraction of its not there, not ah against the service inspiration, but in fact what the government they want to see in Middleton is a government specialist and independent. Not everybody knows that even though we have no independent, you have no people. We have people, even if they're not members ofthe Lahore, Lebanese forces or other I mean, ah, coming. How did it so I don't think this is going to Let's wait and see. But I'm not so

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Businessman Acquitted in Murder of Jan Kuciak, Journalist in Slovakia

BBC Newshour

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Businessman Acquitted in Murder of Jan Kuciak, Journalist in Slovakia

"One of Slovakia's most prominent businessman has been cleared of paying a hit man to silence and investigative journey. A journalist John Coates, yak on DH. His fiance, Martina Kushnir, Ava. Relatives walked out of the court before the judge had finished reading their surprise verdicts. She said prosecutors had failed to prove that Martine Karchner Onda codefendants ordered the killings two years ago. The shooting sparked mass protests that brought down the government of Robert Feet. So

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"onda" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on WTOP

"And here's Dave Johnson forward progress. It's a turbo rehearing football. The wife of football team has talked about trying to make it off the field. But there is a past the deal with and now it's the NFL that will be dealing with that passed. The league is taking over an investigation and the sexual harassment allegations made against the Washington football team. Now. In a statement, team owner Dan Cider said it was his suggestion that the NFL take over the investigation on the field. There's a season to get ready for a quarterback to develop it about Dwayne Haskins, head goats, Rod Rivero, You see the growth you really do, Onda geun. We saw the ways to go. But you did promise the nationals Eric Fetty, charged with six runs in six eggs. 86 loss of fillies about the top of the order tops leading off trade Turner that it's one Soto and manager David Martinez able for feeding off each other right now. Getting good pictures taken along behind him. What trinkets on sort of get pitched to S O to its last night. He's heading 3 67 4 aunts for Turbo. He's had 3 77 it 11, the Orioles of 43 win over the Blue Jays. The legacy of job Thompson junior, not just the courts. But the classrooms at Georgetown, 97% of his four year players graduated CBS Sports James Brown points out, knowing what he had to overcome himself the barriers and he certainly passionately indicated that too. His players and wanted to see them. Like most parents, their kids do better than the parents, and, in fact overwhelmingly, his kids did. Dave Johnson ever utility sports? It's 9 46 years. Greg Myers, vice president. U S. Federal Microsoft Imagine secure, comprehensive, hyper scale Cloud.

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"onda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That you don't have to pay taxes on a million dollars. Well, it would be stay. Barnes can be a million AM on never paid taxes. Do you think? How can I be a Onda Never attacks first get a million dollars now. No, no Truer words have ever been spoken then Steve Martin, right there. Never paid taxes first you've got to do is get a million dollars. Now, look, I know it was probably Ah. Plenty of people that are listening This show right now that people refer to his middle class millionaires and obviously never paying taxes is not a realistic option for for for anybody, but there is a way That might be better for folks and pay less in taxes. Unlike Steve Martin, saying, not at all. But last upped the offer that well, you know, it's funny. I never paid taxes clip that Steve Martin, just there are some people that we show that would pay not almost not zero, but almost nothing for the rest of her life. And there's The way handsome. We've had some folks come in where it's just unique situations where they have a lot of taxable money right got some gains that they were going to pay. And some of these stocks of being here. The Bott name is on an apple or something you know forever ago, right when it was really cheap, And so now they're sitting here going well, you know, we have these IRAs that we saved in a retirement plan. Which is they thought was a good thing that the employer match in sure. And now we're sitting here with 2 to $3 million And I don't need the money and there's 66 65. You know, it's 72 gonna have to start taking his army and I don't need it. I just told you got Amazon. I could sell a little stock every year. I'm good for the rest of my life. And and so they go. What can I do to save taxes and like, Well, there's charitable gift planning that you could do. Ever heard of this. And it was literally just saying because here's the situation of somebody wants to give all their money away at their life because they have no kids. Now you have a child Jacob right here and leave everything to him. I have six. Somebody's look. They're getting divided up. It's getting divided, getting divided up your house. I have been a fisheries to give to that's that's different. But if you don't and you're saying I was going to get the chair it anyways. Why are you going to? Why don't you get the tax deduction now? And so you get Teo Teo get less income you lessen the government means your money grows faster. And then the charity gets it at the end, and they go home. So we did this for about three different families. We showed this to mom. They go and it's hard to show this because you're saying Look, you're going to save a nest inmate is on the low in about 800 a million dollars in taxes over their lifetime. It sounds too good to be true. The only reason they believe it That's backing it up. That's backing up saying, Yeah, this is you're getting huge charitable tax. You have to use it up. And one way to do that is to convert IRA to a Roth, right? And you're not paying any taxes on that money that you don't even more right. So that's tax free income and that money grows tax free. It's a beautiful thing, but not for everybody, but said that's exactly where I was going. Look, but Let's say that you're not going to get down to zero or almost zero, like the three families sure that you're talking about, however. I got to tell you, you have the ability. Everybody has the ability and the obligation by the tax code itself to do everything you can to pay less tax. And that's the point is that it's not necessarily is this a perfect strategy for me when we've had people come and go? Well, I want to give my money away. I don't give it all away to a charity. You know, at the end of my life, So I heard you talking about in the radio. That doesn't fit for me. Well, no. But what are you have planned giver now? Yeah. Give $10,000 a year of our income and want to continue to do that for the rest of our lives. And like, okay, well, let's do a charitable lied Trust then. You know, Let's take some of that tax for money, and it's just going to come back to you in 10 years, But you're gonna get a huge tax deduction over $100,000 in charitable giving that will help bring your taxable income now, and you didn't change your habits. We didn't didn't he tell you give 15,000? No, You're still giving 10,000 years of reaching the benefits of that Now versus waiting for right And and a lot of these people are going while I get a tax deduction anymore because of that stupid standard deduction. Yeah, you're right. It's 26,000 for retired folks. That's high. Most people aren't given that much money away A or the taxes turned out that much anymore, guys, They're not working. So there's a There's a lot of situations, in other words, to basically not change your habits, right? That's the problem with a lot of people that go to investment firms or financial planning from like, cut back on everything Save. You know the day brings the Dave Ramsey right, Yeah, top ramen and pay all the 180,000 dead in six months, so I had to start with right. That's what we're talking about. We're trying to figure out a better way to do but just keep on doing what you did. Now, if you're you're completely being irresponsible, right, of course, and spending more money than you need to. And you're not saving anything. Well, yeah, we're going to tell you to change right? But I'm just saying, we're not talking about you really doing much in a different lifestyle. That's the ideas. We want you to continue to have the same lifestyle in retirement. Yeah, And look, I was talking about Dave Ramsey. I don't mean to talk bad about Dave Ramsey because he does some great things and people do wonderful things and our successful paying off their debt with David. It's just That's not what we're talking about doing here. You know, it's just then they're two different things. We're not. We're not talking about paying off debt. We're talking about lessening your taxes as you look toward retirement. Dave's trying to get 2030 and 40 year olds looks older. We've given his name out of books. People didn't heard of them before they call on young. You know, doctors, whatever. Like, Hey, I don't figure out how to get out of debt. Here's a great book by it and follow it to a t. You'll be out of that no time. If you really stick to the principles it works, Then don't worry about investments. At this point, you're only 28. You're 32 or whatever. Right? You've got 200,000 in med school that Let's focus on the plan. And you it works, right? And then when you're done with that comes to us. Yeah, right. And then we could probably help you because you'll be marching in the right direction to begin with. It's just Two different things. I just don't want people to think we're you know, slapping it, Dave Ramsey, because that was the case at all. It's just a different We're just doing two different things. He's talking about apples. We're talking about oranges, just two completely different things. I want to close out the segment in the last couple minutes. Talking about the weapon are the women's retirement road map up to 50 women. Khun B. A part of this at one time on 98 on September 8th. And.

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"onda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Onda. British marveled at this when they weren't actually freezing to death as they sometimes dead, but to create a center Boyne took advantage of this. They Could survive more easily In this climate, all their other. They, too, did suffer and sometimes froze to death. But Cumberland houses a little outpost. Um it's the furthest West saddle meant the Hudson Bay Company have in this part of the world. There are no other British anywhere around within hundreds and hundreds of miles and so they're dependent on local peoples for Food supplies. And that obviously presents an opportunity for people like the Korean A center point who can trade on Lee when they want Teo, and only when they get the prices they want from. From local British traders detail here. They're two leaders Wabasha and standing Bull Standing Bull of the Badlands, the Lakota, the Dakotas now and Wabasha of Thie Indians near I guess Indiana at the time they both are respond, react worry about being cut off from the British trade. That has been part of their prosperity these last years. That's a revelation to me. And the cut off was the Pontiac War was the British was the American Revolution? What? What? What event from threatened them the most Right. The Pontiacs war is in many ways in response to the treaty of 17 63 on the British taking over this part of the world from the French and the British are not particularly savvy about how to deal with native peoples, and they insult them and assert their sovereignty and authority and their contemptuous of native peoples. Most especially the commander in chief of armed forces. Jeffrey Amherst. Has absolutely no sympathy friend for Americans of any sort, whether they're native Americans or Colin. He calls them brutes and every says no prisoners. So, uh, there is a great alliance, which has formed in 17 63 by native peoples, led by by Pontiac. And this disrupts trade across the old Northwest for for long, at least as long as a decade and native people suffer for this, So you mentioned two leaders were bashes, a Dakota leader and standing Bull, who is a Lakota leader, Wabash and 17 76 decides to set out to restore trade relationship. He travels all the way east to Montreal, where he meets with the British governor and have a state dinner all part of this effort to integrate his people with the Atlantic economy. Danning Ball has a different strategy, and that's to turn West. Um, Atlantic Trade has been proven to be unreliable. So why not turn West and try to exploit the resource is there and my especially these huge herds of bison that they find And the Black Hills. There is a wonderful drawing. I must make this note because I've missed this for decades of reading. Why called Black Hills It has to do with the pine trees and The way the pine needles look when from abused from a distance. There's a drawing in your book. What does it show? What does it reveal about the claim that a standing bull makes? This is a a drawing from a winter count, which is a kind of calendar that plans Indian peoples used to keep track of the passage of time. And in the winter count each year is symbolized by a drawing a kind of pneumonic device. So this particular winding winter count that was kept by America, an Indian and American horse begins in the year 17 75 17 76. Very first image is of standing bull holding a part a branch of a Ponderosa pine, which reaches its easternmost extent in the Black Hills. This year 17 75 17 76 Standing Bull discovered as a lookout to say The Black Hills. They colonize the region and they made it their own. And today they consider it their sacred homeland. The book is west to the Revolution, Uncommon history of 17 76 when we come back and note about A very in successful Osage, Great Osage and then to the Cree, the creeks and their trade with Havana Globalization. 18 in the 18th century. Mario Saunders, the author, I'm John..

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Dr Maria Van Kerkhove talks about WHO's response to Covid-19

America's Morning News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Dr Maria Van Kerkhove talks about WHO's response to Covid-19

"Thursday, marking six months since the World Health Organization declared the Corona virus a public health emergency of international concern. Thursday, also marking the fourth consecutive day, the U. S reported more than 1000 related deaths, bringing the nationwide death pull closer to 150,000. The World Health Organization's Dr Maria van Kirk off on the agency's response that's been a target of blame. For the Trump administration. Me and we will Where is the doctor? I think we can characterize the response globally as mixed. I think we can weaken very strongly show that countries that have acted Fast have acted aggressively have acted comprehensively and really, it's due to many countries who have had direct experience with something similar or a similar threat. Countries that had experience with Stars Movie won the first stars in 2003 countries that had direct experience with avian influenza. Those that have had experience with MERS those countries across Africa that I've had experience with other infectious diseases that they deal with so often really saw the threat really knew the thread of this We as an organization active immediately, we mobilize ourselves on on the day we were alerted to this and mobilize all of our forces Tio acts and to inform Our first guidance materials were out on the 10th 11th and 12th of January, which was the comprehensive package of how to find cases care for cases how to protect healthcare workers from infection, how to collect samples to be able to test Onda checklist to get countries ready. On DH, So there was a lot that was put out early, and we really saw countries that that took an aggressive approach Countries that took all of government comprehensive approach really see some success in the beginning of trying to combat this these tools over and over again. If they're implemented, they work. Taken suppressed transmission and they can save lives on and I think what we need to do going forward as look at how we could be more efficient and our response. How? How can everyone Be more efficient in the tools that we apply so that we don't have to go into large lock down again. Our so called lock down measures.

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"onda" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on KGO 810

"But both with him lying in state here in Washington as well. Was the ceremonies to tell her and you know, he it's it's worth reminding ourselves that in a country that's this divided their people as devoted to what he stood for, as there are who are devoted to the Trump message, and Onda. Actually, there are people who believe in both. And then that's one of the curious things about this country that people can feel drawn to both of those kinds of men, both of those kinds of messages. And last story that kind of ties it all together. You guys, I think this was the most remarkable piece in the Martian imposed today was The interview with an 88 year old man and an historical rarity. He's the living son of a slave. We always think of slavery's being something so disconnected so part of the distant past. This man's father was owned by White Americans. That's Incomprehensible, right? It really is. It's just one of those strange flukes. Where somebody you know who was who was a child. It was a slave as a child. Um, you had had a child himself related life. And so if you do the math, it is technically possible. And it did happen. And now you have an elderly man who is indeed the son of a slave. And it just shows you how close we are to that time, you know? You can spin that either way and say, Look at the extraordinary progress the society has made since then, where you can say, you know, we haven't come far enough. But whatever your view is on that it does kind of create intimacy with that experience that we rarely think of. Reminds me of the time this physicist told me that the corks that were created at the Big Bang. If he had a microscope, you could look in your hands and they would be in your hands and I said, I just washed my hands, He said then that Mark S Oh yeah, we'll keep our fingers crossed with baseball. I don't want the season and I would love to find a way to do it. On the other hand, I feel in some ways that's you know, it's entertainment for us at other people's expense. I guess it's a balance. You be? Well, stay safe. We'll talk again soon. Thank you so much. Yeah, That's senior editor of The Washington Post. Mark Fisher joining us here on KGO coming up. Should the San Francisco church get sued for spreading covert. That's next. Big Mac Chicken McNuggets, No Big Mac and quarter pounder with cheese or filet O fish. You'd be doing the same thing.

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"onda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"When they start the different percentage, they can take out and Adam and I are going to write a whole paper on this, which you'll be able to get. If you call Angie at 809 284001 It'll be out in about 68 weeks. That she'll be able to get ahold of that, but number two, You've got people who use the bridge technique. One of the things that we try to help people do is to understand that they can take out money. Over a Onda accelerated down turn if you will an accelerated amount of withdrawal for a limited amount of time so that they can allow their Social Security benefits to accrue. A big part of what we do with the Financial Enhancement group is helping people understand what they're so security options are as it relates to the investments. They have not just the silo if you will, And then there's some people Angie that have to spin down. And to spend down. Quite frankly, is that is the ability to say Hey, when I'm gone, I really don't want to have a lot of money left. You know, You can never get zero, but you don't want to have a lot of money left. But you're not trying to leave behind a beneficiary. So you have classical Angie. You have bridge and you have that that's been down. It's different for different folks. Well, I guess that's it for that segment. But if you would like to come in and just talk to us about any of these things, please give us a call at 1 809 284001 I mean, we'd love to sit down with you any of the advisors. We work as a team, and also if you'd like to sign your kids up for the classes that we were talking about. You can also go to our home page on our website at your life after work dot com and we have a button. It's super easy. It's an easy button, and you can just sign him up that way, so giving and you call for your next steps meeting. 809 284001 If you come in, we will give you in a 90 minute meeting things you need to consider today things you're going to want to consider in the future, And if we choose to partner together what f g will do for you? Don't forget to go to the website your life after work dot com to get signed up for the kid's challenge. It's.

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Heat index could top 107 as sizzling temps continue for Washington DC area

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Heat index could top 107 as sizzling temps continue for Washington DC area

"Forecast from Storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Ricketts. It's a hot one. Now this morning. His heart is a past few mornings, but we're going to be pretty hot this afternoon. Once again, temperatures rising into the mid nineties that heat index up over 100 degrees Little hotter. If you're around the D, C and Baltimore metro areas and points East from I 95. That's where we have a heat advisory until 8 p.m. Tonight. That's where you could find that heat index up over 105 109 and it'll be likely higher the closer to the water that you are so either way, it's going to be hot. We'll have a mix of sun and clouds. We continue through the morning showers and thunderstorms developing along I 81. After about one o'clock this afternoon. We will continue to see them. Travel east being the D C. Metro area about 5 p.m. So storms are likely for your commute home strong to severe storms, damaging winds, even some small hail lots of lightning and ponding on the roads. Definitely possible ondas. We continue into tomorrow. More of the same temperatures in the mid nineties will have that heat index in the lower one hundred's once again. And another chance for some showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. So an 80% chance of storms today that's why we're weather alert because of that, the heat and then tomorrow about a 60% chance 30% chance on Friday temperatures still around 90 degrees, and then the weekend right now, thank goodness looks dry with dropping humidity as we head into your Sunday temperatures out there right now it's warm. We're up to 79 here in Washington, Upper Marlboro 80 Frederick, 81 Winchester, 73 Lawrence,

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Interview With Former Deputy Director of the CDC Dr. Judy Monroe on COVID-19

Voice of San Diego

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Former Deputy Director of the CDC Dr. Judy Monroe on COVID-19

"Now by Dr Judy Monroe, former deputy director of the CDC, current president and CEO of the CDC Foundation. And an advisor to the pandemic Action Network, Dr Monroe. Thank you for taking some time to tell us about the work your organization is doing and to update us on the Corona virus outbreak happening across the US Let's begin with some background on the CDC Foundation. The work you d'oh why the organization was created and the difference between the foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sure So. The CDC Foundation is an independent nonprofit that was actually created by Congress to support the Centers for Disease Control. You know, the CDC is obviously a federal agency with scientists in public health experts that put out guidance to the United States to protect the health and then the foundation. Being an independent nonprofit. What we do is we unleash really the power public private partnerships. We bring philanthropy in private sector and individual support public health issues. We do this across a broad variety of programs now support CDC and their work and the field on we do that, with speed flexibility that government Ah is challenged by sometimes so we're able to get out really quick and do work that is really vital to the health of people. So when and how did the foundation begin getting involved in the response to the cova 19 pandemic? We activated our emergency Response fund in January, just a few days after the CDC activated their emergency operation Center, So we were the first actually in the country to have Ah Covad 19 Emergency Response fund. We started spreading the word going to our donors. Ah and asking people to. Ah begin to contribute because we were not an endowed foundation, so we need to raise the funds and we started. Turning to CDC for their needs, as well as out to the health department's been out in the field to see where that philanthropic support was needed. And we've had a long list of requests over the last several months that we've been able to step in and help with And I'm assuming this is an undertaking. Unlike anything the foundation is that to deal with before This is the largest. Now we have supported things like the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Zika hurricane recovery, But I will tell you of pandemic. Of course, this is one of the you know the largest public health emergencies that any of us have seen. Ah, and it has has really been the largest emergency response in the history of the CDC Foundation. I'm joined by Dr Judy Monroe, former deputy director of the CDC and current president and CEO of the CDC Foundation. She's also an adviser to the Pandemic Action Network. What are some of the more specific ways the CDC foundations currently helping with the US response to the Corona virus outbreak? Yes. So early on, we ramps to help with personal protective equipment. All of us were really concerned about our front line health care workers and frontline public health workers. So we've done ah, across the country. We had been able to supply personal protective equipment. We're very concerned about the disparities on the vulnerable populations, and we've been able to answer the call. Ah, in the number of our city's rule communities, Onda big cities as well around some of the vulnerable populations that have been impacted greatly by this all the way from helping them with Basic needs a spokes have lost jobs, toe holding medications, those types of things we've done large communication efforts. Ah, Right now. We're really concerned about people wearing masks. That's ah. Kind of a current focus of hours to try to help the public realised that we can't really reopen the economy Folks aren't taking seriously. The precautions against spreading the virus and protecting themselves. And that's of course, the physical distancing in the mouth. Ah, we also are hiring staff. We've been ableto hire hundreds of staff. Help support health departments across the country with their needs, you know, basis all over the country. We're seeing these epicenters emerging, and that means more staff needs to be on the ground. Mental health is an area that we've helped with on then, even like data systems and laboratory as well as the much needed research, So we're really been ableto help in very broad ways.

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New York Police Department's budget has been slashed by $1 billion

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 1 year ago

New York Police Department's budget has been slashed by $1 billion

"And that means a new New York City budget. The City Council voted shortly after midnight to adopt Mayor de Blasio EOS, $88 billion budget. It was a plan that only passed after weeks of protests back and forth between council members and the mayor and a lot of finger pointing. City agencies across the board will shoulder painful cuts due to covert related revenue losses and costs. But the most intense negotiations leading up to the last minute were about cuts to the NYPD. We're joined now by WN reporters Yasmeen Khan and Glen Hogan, who's actually at City Hall where police have moved in, and things are a little bit tense. She joins us on Skype. Morning, Gwyn, what's happening there? Good morning, yet they're you know. Throughout the night, protesters had taken some of the city blocks around the occupied city hall. But then, as the morning came, they went back into the plaza to fortify the boundaries. And now No, I'm about 1/2 a block away where there's you know, I would say a couple. You know dozens. If that, you know, 100 or maybe more police officers who are lined up right here they have shields batons. Andi was sort of a tense standoff that's happening. The activists are urging people to remain calm and not agitate not to throw things. The mood is pretty festive, but you know, it's one of those moments. I could flip on a dime and become violent. Yes, Mein. The budget negotiation is always kind of a dance. But this year, the overall budget was cut significantly because of the public health crisis. Can you give us the broad strokes of this new fiscal plan that takes effect today? Yeah. Hi. This budget process is painful carry, you know. Earlier this year before the public health crisis, the mayor proposed a budget that was more than $95 million we're down to a plan that about 88 billion So there are deep cuts across city agencies. As you mentioned. This is a budget that doesn't draw on city reserves. Onda does fund some important program. You know, the city has a restored funding for summer youth jobs. The budget, address his food and security, and it restores the school counselor program for the highest need kids. But the city actually still needs to find another $1,000,000,000 in labor savings between now and October. Otherwise, there could be layoffs of Abducted 22,000 city employees. Community advocates have called for a least a $1 billion cut to the NYPD and the mayor said he'd get there. Yes, I mean, where does City Hall in the council land on this? It's not quite a 1,000,000,000 or it depends on how you view a cut versus moving money around and you know the people who wanted major cuts. To the NYPD wanted savings that could be reinvested in young people and in communities of color. So this was a debate about providing resources that promote public safety. Just not her policing. So what? What they landed on with that that some personnel under the beady will now go to other city agencies like school safety agents will gradually shipped back to the Department of Education. There is a pretty big cut to the overtime budget for uniformed officers. There've been cuts in the past OT, though, that haven't really been met. There is the city will be eliminating a new class of cadets. Scheduled for July. So that's about 200 officers that won't start this summer. Otherwise, there is no hiring freeze for the NYPD, which is a real sticking point. For some people on the mayor does expect patrol levels to say the same. There will also be a new classic death starting in October, so there will be no officers added later this fall.

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What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

Brian Lehrer

07:19 min | 1 year ago

What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

"Is spreading because of a virus. My next guest says Unemployment can spread like a virus. And she's got a solution of federal jobs guarantee. Many economists consider unemployment natural, unavoidable, even necessary to a certain degree. For the economy to function. But Pavlina Channa, who specializes in what's known as Modern monetary theory, disagrees the virus theory well as economic downturns. Cause layoffs. The recently unemployed have less money to spend, leading to a second wave of unemployment in the industries, they could no longer support. But what if the government could guarantee a living wage stop to any American Who wants one. It's an economic policy idea that some of you may know has gained traction not only as Corona virus unemployment has spread, but from well known progressive political figures recently before this, Bernie Sanders Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Cory Booker have back versions of this idea, or at least believe it should be considered as a response to Income inequality in America generally and toe automation and toe. Other things that cause structural unemployment. It's part of the green new deal the federal jobs guarantee. So joining us now is Bard College economics professor Pavlina Chan of Ah, Who's got a new book called the Case for a job guarantee. Professor Chernova? Welcome to WNYC. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me, Brian. Good morning. Let's start in the present because you wrote this book before the pandemic when official unemployment was down around 3%. Now comes this historically weird emergency where the economy shuts down voluntarily, and tens of millions of people lose their jobs all at once. The government responds with a patchwork of enhanced unemployment benefits and pay cheque loans to employ yours intended to keep A lot of that money passing through to some workers, plus the other kinds of pre existing government aid, like Medicaid and food stamps and more with the guaranteed job program, replace all of that. Under current circumstances. No, it will not replace. Any other measures measures that that might might be be considered considered necessary, necessary, But But it it is is The The most most straightforward straightforward solution solution to to providing providing jobs jobs for for people people who who need need it. it. I I mean, mean, in in the the current current crisis, crisis, we should have focused on protecting jobs. And preventing the layoffs that would have made the task of dealing with this avalanche of layoff much easier. I think we can look to some countries in Europe who have used again the public purse government budgets. To essentially guarantee a payroll for folks whose jobs are threatened from Cove. It's so unemployment rates did spike in some of those countries, but not nearly as much as they did in the United States. So Onda budget that we pass the cares act was so large, it was enough to pay the entire wage bill in the U. S economy for three straight months. So we could have protected Lee off jobs. We could have prevented layoffs, but the damage is done and unemployment. As I argue in the book is it's kind of a perennial teacher and the economy. So the way to inoculate against that is just to create jobs directly. How much would the living wage B? And a guaranteed federal jobs program. The proposal in my book is for $15 an hour, and that is really to help with the fight for 15 of that has You know, has had captured the interest and policymakers with the state level, but it might be, But 15 will not be enough sooner. You know very, very recently, so in in in a truck Order rather so maybe 17. But this is a policy. This is a policy question. The point here is to ensure that it's a living wage floor and that no person Works in a poverty paying jobs with a firm. A living wage for the economy as a whole. The minimum wages you know, is 7 25 and it is not a living wage is poverty paying wage, so it represents about a doubling of the minimum wage. Significantly elevated the floor. Yes, And that's the federal minimum wage, which might be shocking to some of our listeners since the minimum wage. Around here is $15 an hour, but federally and therefore in some states that don't have the same politics, say New York and New Jersey. It's still down around that poverty wage. As you know. Other progressives proposed what they call a universal basic income rather than a guaranteed job. Andrew Gang, for example. Ran for president on $1000 a month Universal basic income proposal, But I don't believe there is a work requirement, just the money as a universal basic income. Sent to every American Do you argue that a guaranteed job solves the same problem, but in a different way? No, I think the job guarantee souls more problems. So $1000 a month. While very nice doesn't really lift people out of poverty. It helps But the job guarantee guarantees a living wage. And so when a person needs work, and they go into the unemployment office, which by the way is called the American job Center. They can find a lot of other assistance that they can't find a job. And that's what the job he does. It insures that there's a public service. Hollis option employment options for those who need work, and we know from basic income experiments that people who even get the income assistance still looking for jobs. So the problem with the job guarantee salt is this. Basically cruel game of musical chairs that people play in the labor market, and they're looking for four jobs, but they're not enough employment opportunities for all, even in the best of times. Forget about Cove it even when the economy is humming near full employment. We're still talking about millions and millions who don't have employment and The unemployment problem is there It's as you were saying in the introduction, ending a lot of social health, economic cost. It's paid for innocent and so we can do things better. By using the public purse to employ the unemployed. But I want to say that it's not. It's not a week requirement. The job guarantee doesn't provide a requirement for the benefits that people might be receiving. It's an additional program so You could have the choice of getting unemployment insurance and the various other income assistance provided out there. But if we gave people one more choice To pick up a living wage job offer. Then that provides stronger economic security.

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Chief economist: With outlook hazy, economy needs support

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:28 min | 1 year ago

Chief economist: With outlook hazy, economy needs support

"Guest, the chief economist of the International Monetary Fund in the wake of this pandemic, the IMF says the global economic outlook is far worse than previously thought. And recovery will take a lot longer for those living in poor countries. That will mean greater income inequality. More debt and more poverty. Geeta Gopinath is the chief economist for the IMF, and she joins us Now. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me on your show. And we also have NPR's gyms are Oli, who covers economics will also be asking questions. Good morning to you. Good morning, Geeta Gopinath. You predict a much deeper recession this year and slower recovery in the next. What caused you to revise your April estimates so drastically when two big reasons. One is, If you look at the duration of the Loch towns in the first half of this year, they have bean longer than we anticipated. And the intensity has been greater. And secondly, because we don't have a medical solution, yet we expect to see longer, more persistent social distancing into the second half of this year. You wrote this past week that 75% of countries are reopening. But in the absence of a medical solution, the strength of the recovery is highly uncertain. Did you not know that before, though, was there some belief early on that this was going to be Shorter, considering the fact that the illness was deemed to be serious and global and reach. I think what we certainly expected it was that they would not be a vaccine anytime in 2020 But on the other hand, there was an anticipation that as countries expanded, the healthcare facilities did enough testing. Tracing had enough protective equipment. Then there would be much better prepared to deal with this health crisis. I think as off now we can say that countries are still behind the curve here. Which is why we expect this to be a bumpy ride going forward. I'm going to press you a little bit on the debt that the poor nations they're taking on because we've seen in the past that it literally takes years upon years to get out from underneath that debt, and we really are in a place where there won't be many places to turn to for those poor countries to find help. It is going to be a serious concern for foreign nations who will come out of this crisis with higher levels off debt, and the solution for that will be a multilateral support in the form off. Death relief debt restructuring. Concessional financing concessional aid. I mean, I don't see any other way for these economies to be able to come back up to growth without support from the international community. China is a huge lender, especially to developing economies. How cooperative is China being right now in terms of rescheduling debt? China is a part of this G 20 initiated to provide debt relief on DH, So you know they are working with the international institutions to help in this respect. You know, I suspect much more will be needed and this is from all countries was just from China for the poor nations. Onda also for a much longer period of time than till the end of this year.

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"onda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"onda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Them, and we've been doing that Spence on such march 3rd Bob Foreign, Our CFO's concern is eyes well placed. We're in a dire financial situation. We got the received $3.8 billion was awarded $3.8 billion in the care, Zack that money will carry us through July will be drawing it down through August. The FDA US bot is not a good job of facilitating an expediting that money. The heroes of the Heroes Act, which passed the house. Thanks to Speaker Pelosi, on the support of the New York congressional delegation provides an additional $3.9 billion of federal funding. It's obviously subject to Senate approval. It is absolutely critical that the received that money We hired McKinsey to do with you of our finances on the looking at the revenue declined because ridership is down across the system expenses around and also with dedicated package of taxes and subsidies, which also It counts for 50% of the revenue in a normal year. Mackenzie's midpoint is $7.7 million. So the 3.8 from cares in the three point line in the House bill on the Heroes will take us through 2020. It's critical that we received that federal funding. Just real quick here that distinction that you made between disinfecting and cleaning. Why was that an important distinction to make? Well, wait. Cleaning means taking the coffee cups out. Onda rescues on a subway car or bust. We've been disinfecting using disinfecting agent since March 3rd. Because of the pandemic. We've also been piling the use of ultraviolence white on subway cars and Busses. We're doing that. Right now. We worked with a Columbia University professor, Dr David Brenner, the Irving Medical Center at Columbia who's an expert on ultra violent fight. He concluded in this innovative collaboration with the ultra My was White kills the comb in 19 virus. We've also been piloting the use of antimicrobials. Which we believe to be verified by independent laboratories regulators that it too, will kill the cove at 19 5 person has the potential to do that for weeks and months after application. That would be a game changer in the point I wanted to make to our riders. Is that we are looking at every step. We can minimize public health risk for customers. And so our employees ultraviolet light ultraviolet light antimicrobials are evidence of that. We appreciate the hard work of the whole city does, and I thought the with the teams of the past for their off the empty in this market right now, 20 points on the S and P 500. We advanced by ran about six called seven cents of 1% in this market, clear mover dollar Waka against the bulk of G 10. Up next on this program will catch up with Jane.

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"onda" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"onda" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The race so they've gone from and you know having anything being possible to to survey little ni- being possible and it's a big recalibration for them or the margin well richard. You'll be here tomorrow. Whether you want to be here. Don't come here whatever you do but will you'll be in barcelona <hes> where i will hand over the podcasting battle or the the the podcasting microphone on the car who see through and the car yet and you i'll i'll clear the car alabama alabama and you'll see the race through the middle week and then i'll rejoin you for the final few stages i well. Let's see what what what next week has to offer. I mean in the deep end because someday stages is what it very short only ninety seven kilometers but it goes to endure it one for the climate it could bake it could be short sweet and explosive couldn't yeah no not really is being through an innocence <hes> <hes> the depend yeah but i'm looking forward lord to we'll catch up through a nightline will record the podcast award i want we when we meet up olive wants to stage you'll have been at the stage and we'll we'll <hes> we'll we'll meet up and do the podcast lhasa plot anyway. I'm just one other little thing that skipped my mind from today's age at tailgate and hard on the attack on he apparently apparently had stomach problems and the last few days but he said he felt a lot better today on he was on the attack so that was good to see and hopefully we'll see more of him over the next few stages or so but yeah the the races nicely poised. I think there's still a lot to play for and i love intrigue by 'em. You know what's going to happen time-trial. 'em coming up on tuesdays very important of course as strange isn't that we had a time trial and pull the tour de france when we got time trial finishing import. The vuelta is gonna be. That's gonna be quite older think <hes> slightly but yeah he's slightly. It isn't -combobulate before very strange by any stretch. It'll be strange to be in poet. The vuelta because is a place we go to every year with third of france and and is so synonymous with three fronts to be there with the wealth is going to be a little off anyway. I'm looking forward to to going there because it's a nice place and but yeah you staying in that. Are you staying in that hotel. Richard we stayed in at the time. I decided tonight's there so decided to stay in the in the sense of pool and of course the vuelta hotels are far easier easier to come by the tourist so am i. I chose a city city center hotel and nothing fancy lionel at which which does i am a coma today on our facebook discussion group an from jim cotton couldn't help but consider where the proceeds of my friends and the podcast subscription money over the past years is being diverted as i listened to daniel and lionel dissect the joys of their truffle meal last night on the latest podcast am i didn't have the same thought myself. Actually i mean i listened with that curiosity under a little bit of envy as well as you talked into your your shaved truffle. It's very modest. It was very i mean you don't have a you know a a huge amount of trump. You'll need huge. Truffle did even you know i- i- bitten into a whole trough allergic or an apple. Oh uh dear people get the wrong idea. It's not like that so i'm sure it was very reasonable. I mean spain is exceptional. Value isn't a funny. We live on this trip as well. Yes i am. I mean maybe not so in this sort of tourist areas sort of value in a different way. I mean you don't <hes> <hes> you know some some of the some of the stuff on offer not being that great <hes> but but it's never been never been terribly expensive but the trump will make the highlight so far. That's for sure well i. I've been reading laurie laurie. Lee's memoir about traveling to spain in one thousand nine hundred ninety s and traveling down through. I am the same places that we're going in the vuelta..

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 Valverde wins 7th stage, Lopez regains overall Vuelta lead

The Cycling Podcast

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Valverde wins 7th stage, Lopez regains overall Vuelta lead

"The riders who placed third to six over this morning and now i forth knocking on on a kick things off premise row glitch meghan lopez alejandro valverde with the only ones who able to go with him. Cantona tried at least twice to get away on his <hes> at one point in the four men riding shoulder to shoulder across the full width of the road masterful widths of the robert r really striking image shoving that really not very much between the toll in the final two hundred meters valverde unleashed his sprint he so good on these kinds of finishes isn't a world champion won the stage the twelfth vuelta stage of his career and he won his first back in two thousand three when lopez was just nine years old. I think the gap between valverde and lopez back in two thousand and three would have been a little bit bigger than it was today.

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Gigi Hadid and Tyler Cameron go to dinner with Serena Williams

Bachelor Party

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Gigi Hadid and Tyler Cameron go to dinner with Serena Williams

"We're gonna talk primarily at demi a little bit but the next bachelor but before we do that i just wanted to a tyler update because andrew and i talked about tyler on monday and have personal update and be i wanna talk about rather just the latest in his celebrity meteoric rise personal update tyler along our housing may tyler love. You thank you great guy. There's that second of all tyler certainly not going to be the bachelor because he is still dating gee-gee hadid. They've gone out to dinner with friends. Including at-bat the matt james nine one nine and bucking serena williams one of the most famous most successful best living humans we have. I cannot believe it a million. What was your reaction to tyler hanging out with. Serena williams who's like probably the one of one of the best living athletes yeah. Maybe one of the best athletes it's ever gonna put a gender qualifier yeah. No i was speechless. I am a huge serena williams fan. I like i'm not like super nintendo but i'm like into to her and i want her to break all the records and she's so awesome and i'm just i'm just like oh my god it was it was incredible. I just i'm so happy for him. I'm so happy for bachelor nation. It's just very like this feels like some kind of like hey we're here finally and people saluted except that bachelor nation is a big deal okay. Thank you bachelor celebrities. You can't get rid of them. They're they're legit so now. G g has legitimizing them but one thing i've been thinking a lot about is she's like a friend of reality t._v. and formerly on reality t._v. herself which i feel kind of overlooked but when you launder was on the real housewives gee-gee was all over it. That was not like random. Oh no no no. I mean like we got the iconic nick moment when g g had like a going away birthday party for college or something and you'll here's the piece of cake and it was literally the size of an almond yeah. Have you ever google you llandough and she was in her heyday as a model. Yes i have actually she was gorgeous. Yeah can't imagine growing up under with evatt hanging over you sure i will say this though they kind of like. I think it was a run on. She was like the ninety supermodels naomi cindy yolanda. It is like really you'll onda your maga yeah. I don't know about that. She was on the same level. That's true and just tyler is like i don't know this just takes him out out of the running for like regular reality t._v. or like the bachelor career trajectory. I don't know what happens to him next. I don't know how long this lasts right biggest task for them. It will be in september because certainly j._j. Will be walking in the many fashion weeks new york london paris so she'll be traveling and like i don't think we can rule out him going with her like that could have now we'll end. He's a model to maybe we'll see him on the runway. I don't know that will be wild if he if he just. I mean he's like today. He put up a lululemon add lululemon partner it would be wilder tyler became a runway model as a result of his new found fame. I don't wanna say as a result of g g. I think think like he could get there on his own shore but it's just wild. I is a i. I now find that like part of my daily. Routine is waking up and checking to see see if tyler is done anything no like what like what's going on today in thailand yes. Maybe it would have done that anyway but like it's just crazy. He's legitimate celebrity. It's wild well. I think he probably likes it. Also jay is nine one nine. Do you follow him on instagram. No why not oh does that his friend who's the football player yahoos yeah. Who's catchy lives on okay well. Maybe i will after this. We'll he's after forty thousand followers literally. He's literally just random guy just like little chillers run yes and he is forty thousand instagram slow followers. That's crazy yeah. I know it is crazy. He's also really handsome. I hope that this is working out for him do we'll maybe lead to get him on the bachelorette. I think that's been like discuss like about to make him a bachelor. I don't i'm so down for that. <hes> <hes> we'll move on from tyler and one second but i just want to note the photos of them at last night which by the way was also namedrop from the new york post this week because i is where katie holmes was allegedly overheard talking about her break up with <hes> jamie fox big-league las geena a hard time believing it's complete coincidence anyway in those photos caroline wozniacki who is also towns player also <unk> serena williams the best friends. She's also there and there's nary a mention of her. It's very sad that's crazier. I know no one had like if you're a tennis fan into the photos. Oh there's caroline wozniacki yet otherwise no mention for her. Wow i mean like i said i'm not huge but i know who she is and like i say she would've voted wedding for christ's sake yeah m._s. Don't totally that's wild that she was even mentioned it stunning

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The modern anti-vaxxer movement, explained

The Conspiracy Farm

12:02 min | 2 years ago

The modern anti-vaxxer movement, explained

"So Jeff if you wanna give me your views real quick on on what you're thinking about the vaccine. The debate is very, you know, like, you said Champa, very very controversial subject, and, you know, very, polarizing, you know, we see the news. I have an article right here on unvaccinated air, Oregon boy had severe tetanus nearly died. Basically, I think it was a reaction to then you've got the measles outbreak recently. So I mean, it winds up becoming unfortunately, this kind of binary conversation of either your four vaccines or you're completing against vaccines. And I'm just not that binary with it because I know the application of vaccines is medically sound introducing certain substances even body to make human body create a kind of immune defense if you will. But it gets more into for me. What's in these vaccines as our experts going to speak today? I mean, you got live monkey viruses. You got aluminum you got the Marisol which is mercury and there's a lot to this conversation. And there needs to be more education about it. So here we go so Brickley. Please inform us a little bit more about what I have not mentioned in terms of your qualifications in this row. Tom. There are I think that great introduction. So that he for that person. I'm a mother I'm gonna mother read Unical healthy children. My middle daughter was backing injured. And so that was really the old shit were doing what fall delayed schedule the a lot of conscious your answer teasing. Either spread backing out or do a little bit of late schedule making get into the nets bolts of how the schedule increased riot increase in you know, when somebody that's older than even something might find thirty six Yuan. I was it'd be eight vaccines child today will get thirty six axes by the first year of life. Fifty a forty nine by the age of five in seventy two by eighteen in that schedule has never been interested in crews will abdomen form here. And I would say first and foremost mother protecting my children, and the research, I did floored me on it really woke me up out of this haze. That vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccine save lives near the marketing ploy that offered you know, second grade and it. Roure will be into just a tremendous amount of research. So I've been researching vaccines every single day for the last decade Flatow on. Out of reaction that he decided out Emily that we were no longer going back seat. And I think one of the things that we're seeing in the meteorite now, the big anti vaccine Bush, but most urine said are speaking out against axioms are actually Xboxes they're they're your maximum needed their children. They believed in the system. They believed in the FBI and something terrible happen to their child after vaccines. So I think it's a mole issued feed into talk about those details. This is something that for me. I gave us some some deep thought at one point because I'm married to a doctor of chiropractic, and when she became pregnant with our our oldest daughter. My mother was a nurse nursing director. She ran the the college of nursing in my area at Molin public hospital. So she was obviously on the side of vaccines at the time. And that's all I knew I knew nothing nothing else. And so I asked my I asked my wife, I said, you know, what are we gonna do here because I knew I know you see things differently. And my wife's just said, listen, go do research on your own with an open mind. That's all I ask you do to do. And so I went, and I did that in the further I dug into it, it it it, really. Did. It scared me. And so I made the decision as a parent with my wife to not vaccinate our kids. And now our kids have been very healthy, very resistant to any whenever the other kids getting the flu strep throat, and a lot of other things are kids seem to be a lot more resilient than the than the heard in terms of that stuff. And I am criticized I'm criticize I'm not afraid to say it, you know, that this is the decision that I made, but at the same time, you know, I think about if a roller coaster, and I don't know the exact numbers of minor injury compared to death and everything in that spectrum in between. I know some of the statistics I know that one in six children now have learning disabilities that is that is Onda unacceptable, but that's just just one of the statistics. But so if somebody said to me, all right, you're gonna put your kid on this roller coaster. There's a one in fifty thousand chance that they might get hurt. You know, the roller coaster does go awry every once in a while and kids get hurt. And sometimes they actually get killed are you gonna put your kid on their roller coaster. No, you're not putting your kid on that roller coaster. Now, I'm using a little bit of an extreme example. But you know, please take that and and kind of throw out some facts for folks a little bit. Sure. Well, I think one of the things that we need to be consciously aware of just as a American population is not so much fearing the diseases that we've accident for because that's real bear. The pharmaceutical industry has strong will this is they thrive on fear and a fear. Everybody with the flu chickenpox in. You know measles. The big fear. Measles right now. Measles is a five day rash for most healthy individuals. And you have lifelong immunity neat. Measles was Brady bunch episode. Their books. Sally the needles Toomey measles. I guarantee you guys both have chicken pox at some point. So did I were still living breathing have lifelong immunity. So we we tend to add the culture only fear the diseases that we've accident for right? And that's a brilliant marketing system designed by the pharmaceutical industry. Now, the reality is that parents should be conscious of diseases that vaccines cause and at one of the things that I teach all around the world. My inbox is always full of asking questions about vaccines in. So to me that shows a huge problem with the system that they have to actually reach out to me through social media every single day hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people from all different walks of life searching for answers. But one of the things that so critical to understand is that most of the diseases that we currently vaccinate for are not deadly their illnesses. They're not diseases, so they're temporary asses. And we are trading are are beautiful healthy children whose immune systems are. Still growing functioning for this false reality that they they're going to be saved in some way. They're going to be protected from all diseases the way, that's just not the kiddies and in the process of backsitting because there's so many back scenes in. I know somebody mentioned a minute ago. Just the agreements we can get into that. But you're looking at dozens dozens dozens of vaccine related lifelong diseases lifelong disabilities, and like you said, you know, one six children has a neurological neurological. A learning processing disorder, but in actual neurological disorder that we never seen that in our history. We had the the sickest generation of children ever recorded. And my belief is a huge amount of that has to do with vaccines. Now, there is a part of it. That's also GMO's in fluorinated water. You know, that's a better topic. But the fact is that we've all been exposed to this one thing in the one thing is the current CDC vaccine schedule. So there's a lot of there's a lot of moving in that. I go down whatever avenue you wanna go down. But yeah, I mean, I will be here. It should be very very fearful and office of diseases and lifelong disabilities that axes how are proven by law to caught and we can get into the laws. Well, there's a pretty direct correlation when you start talking about. I mean, what was it like you said hundred eighty five there was basically DP Emaar, basically three or four vaccines now like you said from ninety one on it's like almost fifty fifty different. Doses. Like fifteen sixteen vaccines. And the thing is trips me out is that they hit these kids like fresh out of the womb like they're not even kind of developed, and they're just hitting them with all these toxins that and then and then kind of the larger culpability or lack of accountability are these are these vaccine courts that congress has basically prohibited people from any legal recourse, there's no way to sue them. And they know your own CDC's own children that they're not even following these schedules because they know it goes back to almost the tobacco study or the sugar study. They know the information is there, but like you said with the firm Asuka companies and everything else there's so much money in this. And I take like I say, I take a constitutional stances when the government can mandate, you know, that's that's my fear is that, you know, with all these people pushing for this that the government can mandate that a medical procedure done on my children. And this is a medical procedure make note make no mistake in a one size fits all medical procedure. That. That's not none of those. No medical procedure is a one-size-fits-all for every patient. Right. The beautiful thing now chant they don't I mean with they almost a lot of states, and I did this with my stuff years ago with my oldest daughter there forms, you can fell out religious exemptions. And things are some states have personal philosophical exemptions there. So he's trying to remove that though. Well, no, you're right. But at least it's not the federal government mandating it quite yet. Tenth amendment states rights are still being invoked. And I think that that's where I mean like congress met the other day in talked about vaccines, and that was a huge deal. We've got you know, the letter that Adam Schiff just wrote on to the US house saying how important back seeds are. He just like, you know, pharma, mouthpiece really poster boy for bomb suitable industry because in one of my biggest insurance they're violating their own law, and one of the reasons that the schedule expanded like we've been talking about is the nineteen eighty six congress was bought out by the pharmaceutical industry so vaccine manufacturers were going bankrupt. Because so many people were doing that from the debilitating effects of the DTP, which the wholesale protests at diptheria ten is in protest vaccine, which now we have the tap, which is a different version. But at the time, it was is d and Sony kids were developing seizures in dying that they had millions and millions of dollars lawsuits in. So the Zukile industry was gonna go bankrupt. And instead of making a safer more effective product providing education going back to the drawing or. Frigging something out. They just went in and bought a congress in created the nineteen eighty six childhood back seen injury Protection Act, which like you mentioned totally stripped vaccine may earth from liability. Now, there is not another product in the world that I can think of that is mandated by law to be injected into east that has no civilized -bility attached to it. So when you talk about public health, this was really about public health for about parents would be informed. They're they're supposed to be informed about the nineteen eighty six law and the vaccine insurance before accepting or declining vaccines so across the board medical professionals in this country are violating the law that was put in place in the nineteen eighty six production act. So you insert those inserts themselves even list, these these toxics through mariesville on mercury on them will actually so under the left that law is in the inserts, but you can't actually pull the ingredient list on the inserted to suffer documents, which I so interesting because if they were really being transparent with their product ever. Just the document, right? But they have an additional document called the CDC media excipient summary, and that's on the CDC website in that has every listing griant of but the actual routes in back scenes are not listed in the inserts, which also builds your mind because what other product when we buy a product were so big on labelling laws here. Right and everybody wants to know what's in their food now. But yet at the same time, they don't wanna know what's in their medicine. And some of those ingredients are

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"39 Days": How Parkland shooting survivors turned grief into action

News, Traffic and Weather

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"39 Days": How Parkland shooting survivors turned grief into action

"Hi everybody at saturday night here in the great pacific northwest at still chilly out there temperatures will drop to or below freezing in many of the outlying areas and even seattle drops into the mid thirties so jacket weather for sure on this march saturday night couple of isolated showers which could still include a little bit of snow but they become fewer numbers we head into our sunday morning by sunday afternoon slim chance for some showers highs back on either side of fifty in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twenty four seven news continues now on komo news with calls for action and activism tens of thousands of people marched all over our great nation demanding an end to gun violence and mass shootings in schools young people speaking their minds it was a day of inspiration a data remember a time to look to the future in washington dc where parkland school shooting survivors were joined by hundreds of thousands of people we begin with one surprise speaker martin luther king junior's granddaughter you'll onda renee king that his children will not be judged by the color their skin but by the content of their character between that enough to see the movement that's going on to see the kids leading the adults you know leading the politicians it's inspiring and i'm very optimistic i really do believe there's going to be changed i really do think we can do something six minutes and twenty seconds with an ar fifteen and my friend carmen would never complain to me about practice aaron fights would never call kira miss sunshine these walkouts have been criticized they've been told that is a disruptions of the educational process and i say to them the real disruption to the educational process is staring down the barrel of a gun bullets started flying in and i was third classroom today one of my follow fellow fallen ego named nncholas dora it would have been his eighteenth birthday today and i dedicate my march to him i watch for years go by continues to take a toll on communities across the country for me i would like to not worry about dying focus on math and science and pre in basketball with my friends me and my friend carter led a walkout early on the.

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"onda" Discussed on Partially Derivative

Partially Derivative

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"onda" Discussed on Partially Derivative

"Okay now onda two chalets limitations given how i just described deep learning it would be very wrong to assume that our moral understood what sweet potato fries are writing the model has absolutely no idea a potato friends are it's just doing math it just learns to do the right type of math to output the thing that we want which is like a one if it's not sweep ray rising doesn't even understand a photo reluctant image heathen it's right and get to that so of course it's not going to understand the content of the image as much as other than just the numbers like you mentioned got it it just learned how to do the math and that's all it knows and you know the example that he uses in the plug posed is actually a pretty common example in this bits of cool studies on it but if you actually know a deep learning model like you can actually see the model you can figure out how to ever so slightly transform a photo like changed the values of of certain pixels to make it predict something else so for example in the in his montross to trickett so like he is a photo of a panda and then he transforms the photo the panda and then he says the second photo the panda and they they are totally of hand at like was the exact same photo the panda but in the first photo it the the the deep learning model predicts that it's a panda and then in the second photo predicts that it's a monkey but like a it wouldn't fool anybody but because you can just ever slow slightly tweak it like you could just take the model because you can or you can tweet the image you can actually changes prediction but no no thing that actually knew what a panda was would be fooled by that but of course the neural network is clearly.

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