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Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?
"Now on the eighteenth of march nineteen ninety stole thirteen works of art including masterpieces by rembrandt and vermeer from the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston massachusetts. The extraordinary story of that night and thirty years of investigation and intrigue that followed the subject of a new four part series on netflix. Could this is a robbery. I spoke to jeff siegel producer of the series about the greatest art host in history. Jeff to begin with. Let's set the scene. What happened in march. Nineteen ninety at the golden museum in boston. So saint patrick's day night in boston march seventeenth into the eighteenth. Nineteen ninety two men dressed as police officers. Ring the doorbell for the security desk at the isabella stewart gardner museum and are buzzed in pretty quickly by the guard on duty and without much effort are able to lower the guard away from the security desk away from the only panic button leading to the outside world and are able to can him have him call down the other security guard who is on the rounds and you know in just a matter of minutes. Basically taking control over the whole museum fairly effortlessly it seems like The protocol was that that it shouldn't be that easy but it turned out to be that easy and the two men obviously turn out to. Police officers handcuffed the the two guards and tie them up down in the basement of the museum before going on and eighty one minute excursion through the museum and stealing thirteen pieces of art including a few masterworks. That are just unbelievably priceless. A rembrandt storm on the sea of galilee. Another rembrandt ladies and gentlemen in black. The vermeer one only thirty four thirty five in the world. The concert as well as the one of the more curious ones being the matinee stolen from the blue room downstairs the shea tour tony as well as a few other a few other items that are not necessarily of such great value monetarily or as well known which is part of. What's kind of confounding about what what was stolen there. They stole a five day. Gos- sketches but also a chinese who and the final from an opole jahic flag which are two items. That just don't a lot of people don't really seem to fit in with everything else that was stolen
What You Need to Know About the iPhone 12
"Apple held its second big virtual event of fall yesterday word announced an updated home pod smart speaker, and of course, the headliner its first five G. capable iphone. We originally expected this phone in September but production was delayed due to supply chain issues from the pandemic. Now that it's here, we turn to senior personal tech columnist Joanna Stern to tell us what we ought to know join us. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. Joanne on tell us about this new iphone twelve. I think you mean four new iphone twelve's because in making things much easier for us all to understand apple released four new iphones. But they also have these slight differences. There's the new iphone twelve mini with is actually not that many but does look a lot smaller than the last few iphones we've seen. Then there's the iphone twelve and then there's the iphone twelve pro and the iphone. Pro Max you got that all. Only. Just. So what new features did we see I think that's what makes this year's upgrade pretty great is that there are lots of new features across the entire lineup and the big ones include five G. Five G. is an all of these new phones. There are new designs of all of the new phones more square edges looks a lot like the iphone five or the iphone four was very nice beautiful design some. Really happy to see that you've got camera tricks and you've got all new screens, new Oleg screens across the entire lineup plus your favorite anew charging configuration. Right? I am very excited. The design has a new magnet in the back. This is not visible, but it's below the surface and there's a magnetic coil and apple is now rolling out a new accessory line called MAG safe. You might remember the name from those old macbook. And these magnetic accessories will clip to the back of the phone and one of them is a new wireless charger. That apple says will be a lot faster than usual wireless charging, and of course, the big update here is five G. capability. Five networks are supposed to be the next generation networks and bring faster download speeds better connectivity. And we know investor sentiment has really reached a fever pitch in anticipation of this new phone, what are they and apple hoping this new phone can do for the company I think they are all thinking back to other quote unquote super cycles, and these were big leaps in iphone technologies whether it was big leaps in screen size or big leaps from three G.. To Four G. and there was a lot of excitement around these almost a decade ago and that really got people to upgrade in by new phones because the technological leaps were significant here we're seeing a little bit of that, but it's certainly not the leap I. think that investors or even apple thinks it is especially in five G. I've tested a lot of. Five g phones and they can be very fast but they can be pretty fast when you're in specific areas and when you're on your phone, you don't really feel those speeds. Of course, what the investors and apple are hoping is that the speeds unlock newt sorts of innovations, new types of APPs new types of technologies that run on top of it we saw. This with four G. Four G. unlocked a whole new generation of APPs things from Uber to instagram our phones could load these things faster. Now, our phones are pretty much fast enough. What are we going to do with this faster speed? That's the big question yeah, and we heard over and over again during yesterday's presentation that quote five G. Just got real you've quite. A bit of reporting on five G. Networks I wonder what's your take is five really real now for smartphone users five G. Israel and you can get it but you have to be in a very specific set of circumstances to get it. You need to have the right carrier you need to be in the right location in verizon sense you actually need to. Be Outside standing near a opole. So it is real but is not going to be very real for most users right now. So it sounds like there's a bit of a disconnect between proponents of five G. and consumers. How are we expecting to see apple and their carrier partners trying to close that gap? A Lotta this is about future proofing you have A. Five G. Phone now, and these networks start to get better and they start to get better pretty rapidly. I have to say I have seen a substantial increase in the last year last summer I had to journey to different parts of the US to get five G.. Now, I can just go to a different section of the city or a different section of. My neighborhood to try to test out five G.. So it is getting better the speeds are getting better but there are a lot of technical hurdles and there are a lot of glitches frankly, I mean, there are times when I testify g and the same exact spot and I could get blazing fast speeds, one minute, and then another minute just sort of four speeds. Are Joining as our senior personal columnist. The big question is, should people upgrade to this phone or should they wait my advice is to wait for my review but if you're looking preorder, my first piece of advice is do not upgrade just for five G. that's not a reason to upgrade. But what's really nice about what apple was there was a whole other big feature set that you get here that isn't just tied to five. G. You get those nicer designs you get that nicer screen you get that more compact form factor. If you want to get that many device loads of new camera tricks many that I don't frankly understand and need to even dig into because the presentation was so packed with all that information. So don't just go by for five G. go by for the big package and what it all means together. All right anything else that jumped out. At you about yesterday's event. Yes. Interestingly, they started the event talking about the product that we never remember that apple makes, which is the home pod, a new home pod mini, and this is a really compelling little product. It is a smart speaker from Apple Ninety nine dollars. Obviously, they're to compete against the Amazon and the Google Minis of the world lots of features that others have had before it's lagging in music support. No. spotify and Pandora's not going to be there for a couple of months but seemed like a compelling holiday gift by
iPhone 12 and 12 Pro 5G: Apple unveils super-speedy new phone lineup
"Apple released four new iphones. But they also have these slight differences. There's the new iphone twelve mini with is actually not that many but does look a lot smaller than the last few iphones we've seen. Then there's the iphone twelve and then there's the iphone twelve pro and the iphone. Pro Max you got that all. Only. Just. So what new features did we see I think that's what makes this year's upgrade pretty great is that there are lots of new features across the entire lineup and the big ones include five G. Five G. is an all of these new phones. There are new designs of all of the new phones more square edges looks a lot like the iphone five or the iphone four was very nice beautiful design some. Really happy to see that you've got camera tricks and you've got all new screens, new Oleg screens across the entire lineup plus your favorite anew charging configuration. Right? I am very excited. The design has a new magnet in the back. This is not visible, but it's below the surface and there's a magnetic coil and apple is now rolling out a new accessory line called MAG safe. You might remember the name from those old macbook. And these magnetic accessories will clip to the back of the phone and one of them is a new wireless charger. That apple says will be a lot faster than usual wireless charging, and of course, the big update here is five G. capability. Five networks are supposed to be the next generation networks and bring faster download speeds better connectivity. And we know investor sentiment has really reached a fever pitch in anticipation of this new phone, what are they and apple hoping this new phone can do for the company I think they are all thinking back to other quote unquote super cycles, and these were big leaps in iphone technologies whether it was big leaps in screen size or big leaps from three G.. To Four G. and there was a lot of excitement around these almost a decade ago and that really got people to upgrade in by new phones because the technological leaps were significant here we're seeing a little bit of that, but it's certainly not the leap I. think that investors or even apple thinks it is especially in five G. I've tested a lot of. Five g phones and they can be very fast but they can be pretty fast when you're in specific areas and when you're on your phone, you don't really feel those speeds. Of course, what the investors and apple are hoping is that the speeds unlock newt sorts of innovations, new types of APPs new types of technologies that run on top of it we saw. This with four G. Four G. unlocked a whole new generation of APPs things from Uber to instagram our phones could load these things faster. Now, our phones are pretty much fast enough. What are we going to do with this faster speed? That's the big question yeah, and we heard over and over again during yesterday's presentation that quote five G. Just got real you've quite. A bit of reporting on five G. Networks I wonder what's your take is five really real now for smartphone users five G. Israel and you can get it but you have to be in a very specific set of circumstances to get it. You need to have the right carrier you need to be in the right location in verizon sense you actually need to. Be Outside standing near a opole. So it is real but is not going to be very real for most users right now. So it sounds like there's a bit of a disconnect between proponents of five G. and consumers. How are we expecting to see apple and their carrier partners trying to close that gap? A Lotta this is about future proofing you have A. Five G. Phone now, and these networks start to get better and they start to get better pretty rapidly. I have to say I have seen a substantial increase in the last year last summer I had to journey to different parts of the US to get five G.. Now, I can just go to a different section of the city or a different section of. My neighborhood to try to test out five G.. So it is getting better the speeds are getting better but there are a lot of technical hurdles and there are a lot of glitches frankly, I mean, there are times when I testify g and the same exact spot and I could get blazing fast speeds, one minute, and then another minute just sort of four speeds.
The Soul of a New Machine
"Episode one of our all new season on hardware. That changed the game. We told you the story of the team. At at data general that built the clips. MVP eight thousand minicomputer under the nose of the company's CEO. Check out episode one. If you haven't listened that team operated under the Codename Eagle and their journey was chronicled by a little known writer named Tracy Kidder kidder. Had No I know I know what he was getting into. Here's the story from Carl. All sing lead manager of the equal team Tracy kidder. who was sort of computer phobic? I mean the technophobes Kind of afraid of all this stuff. He didn't really understand it. And he was talking with Richard. Todd his editor at and Thinking well you know what should I write about next. Richardson will have a roommate. That's from college. WHO's in the computer business. Maybe you should talk to him. Maybe maybe there's a story there and Tracy kidder said. Oh no no no I.. Don't you know I'm not comfortable with computers. I don't know how they work. Richard Todd said now. That's exactly what it should do. You have to face this. You have to go and find out what computers do and find out what the story is. Right about that kidder's editor then connect Tim to his old college roommate. A man named Tom West. Who happened to be the mastermind behind the whole Eagle operation at data general. So Tracy came in and said while I'm thinking of writing a book or something about whatever it is you guys do here and Tom. West was at the point where he was trying to build excitement in the team. And keep it going he. He wanted us all to feel the sense of urgency. In in the sense of that it was special. Oh so he thought well. Here's my chance. I'll get this writer in here interviewing the engineers and let them know that this special course the problem with that is that you have to get nondisclosure on disclosure agreements and you have to not go secret meetings and not no secret designs and patentable ideas so that was kind of a problem. So Tom's approach to that was to let Tracy kidder in by the back door. Sign them in of course but not really tell anybody what was going on and and He did tell his box cross firemen. I have a writer here and Carl. Kerman said I don't WanNa hear about it. Don't tell me the idea was you. You know what I don't know I can't tell he had deniability. I guess the Depression lucky for kidder. He got away with it. He came in and out of that back. back-door data general until the mini computer shipped in nineteen eighty. So Tracy kidder came in almost every day for a while and he interviewed all all of us wanted a time and he wanted to know what how computers work and then how did we build them. And then how are we running this whole thing. How did we recruit what people and what was the political environment. And what's the business plan all of it and we told him everything no oh. CEO would ever allow this in one thousand nine hundred eighty. One kidder was ready to release his book. Detailing the Eagle all teams clandestine operation kidder titled It the soul of a new machine. Little Brown was ready to publish it. But first data general's else executive had to be let it on the secret finally data general said Holy. You can't do this. Where suing you. they call Tracy kidder in and they said the number one. You're not gonNA write this book in number two anything you right. We own and number three. We're going to change it as we need to Tracy kidder said No. You're not little brown. Sent their lawyers and data general sent their lawyers and there was a big meeting and apparently apparently the little brown lawyers were tougher than the data general lawyers so the book happened with all the secrets and it turned out to be a big big hit. The soul of new machine became a bestseller and won opole surprise even the executives at data general warmed up to it. Someone someone say evangelized day. The general background and said Oh well. We wanted that book. We meant for that to happen. They started using the
For Many Navajos, Getting Hooked Up To The Power Grid Can Be Life-Changing
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from mayo clinic if you're looking for answers no one else has been able to find, you know, where to go mayoclinic. More at mayo clinic dot org slash answers in much of the United States. Thousands of native Americans are living without some basic necessities, like trinity a running water. A new poll shows more than a quarter of native Americans living in rural areas of Ed problems with basic infrastructure, including electrobi-, or water, or high speed internet, which is becoming quite basic, of course, on Navajo lands in the southwestern U S utility crews from around this country are now volunteering their time to install power. Laurel Morello's of member station. K J, Z Z reports need a Billy has been waiting to turn on lights in your home for fifteen years. We've been living off their nose per pain, lanterns, did you ever think this day would come? Not really now, we know have to have Fash lights everywhere, all the kids have Fash light. So when they get up in the middle night, late to use the restroom, they have a Fash light to go to. Yes. Billy her husband and their five kids live in a tiny one room on a traditional Navajo home. There three sheep graze on sagebrush the carpets the rolling hills of Dil Khan era Zona on the largest reservation in the country. We watched two men and a cherry picker hook up the last wire to their home. Billy says they've gone through too many generators to count why two boys. They have really bad allergies and they have asthma. So sometimes they beat the nebulizer. So usually go to my mom's house travel in the middle of the night over there back and forth. The Billy's are not alone about one in ten Navajos live without electricity. And as many as forty percent of the tribe has to haul their water and use outhouses Opole of rural Americans conducted by NPR the Robert Wood Johnson foundation and the Harvard, teach Chan school of public health found more than a quarter of native Americans have experienced problems with electric city water and the internet northern Arizona university professor Manley. Gay is Navajo. Says the numbers are probably even higher became says he recently saw something strange when he pulled into a hotel parking lot in window rock the capital of the Navajo nation. He noticed a bunch of teenage. Gers in their cars. You could tell that they were high school students in so doing their homework outside of this hotel parking lot, and they had to light on their cars and do their homework. And it became quite clear that they didn't have the internet outside the Billy's home the couple waits patiently for the crew to finish the job, Brian Cooper from pm electric has an update. That will energize your power. Can wait to see the real small here. See don't cover it up. I want to see it. That's what joy looks like traveled from New Mexico, along with several other crews from around the country, volunteering their time to connect people like the Belize to the power grid on the Navajo nation. The homes are so spread out. It costs on average forty thousand dollars to hook up one home to the grid and half the tribe is unemployed. So you can't raise rates to energize all those homes. The Navajo tribal utility authority in the nonprofit American public power association, have put a call out to you till ladies across the country to help our no idea that, you know, it was people still in twenty nineteen without power. Finally after waiting for so many years, the Billy's watched the foreman turn on the meter behind their house and snap. The cover shut Nita then runs inside flip the switch to find you have electrobi- here after so many years without it. My kids. Don't be so happy. Keep asking that. We they. We have like finally out white. Now, the family will wait and pray for running water and internet for NPR news. I'm lorrimore Ellis in flagstaff.
Poll: Many Rural Americans Struggle With Financial Insecurity, Access To Health Care
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from the university of Maryland where the founders of Google Oculus and squarespace got their started. Find out how you MD can start up your next adventure at you and you MD dot com. That's why. Oh, you and you MD dot com. The economy may be strong but many Americans finances are not. That's especially true in many rural areas in Opole of role. Americans by NPR last fall. Fifty five percent of those surveyed said their local economy was only poor or fair. A follow up poll by NPR the Robert Wood Johnson foundation and the Harvard ta Chan school of public health digs deeper. It finds four out of ten rural Americans struggle with routine bills for housing food and medical care, half of rural Americans say they could not afford it. If they got hit with a surprise one thousand dollar expense. NPR's petty name, and has more. Our new poll was telephone survey of just over fourteen. Nine hundred adults living in rural areas across the country areas like Weitzberg nestled in the mountains of eastern, Kentucky coalfields seventy two year old lethal dollar hide a retired caregiver lives nearby go out of town like you're going toward hazard. And there's a turn off there on nine thirty one south. It's within about four miles of where I was born. So I asked dollar hide the question we asked in our poll, could you afford an unexpected thousand dollar Bill? No, no. There's no way not even a two hundred dollar extra Bill. What about savings, my savings account zero I don't even have a savings account dollar hide worked all her life. But the jobs just didn't pay enough for her to put anything aside. She raised for children today, her income social security and supplemental. Security income adds up to seven hundred ninety dollars a month with that income. You watch every penny even so dollar high. Just couldn't afford to make it on her own. She recently moved into a two bedroom trailer with her daughter, even with the extra money from her daughter. It's still hard. They have no car and the cost of electricity is barely affordable. It was three hundred sixty something and the two hundred dollars rent, there's nothing left. So no movies. No dinners out. The only luxury is cable TV, but dollar Hyde says, she's one of the lucky ones she has Medicare and estate health plan that covers her health costs. That's not the case for many of those in our poll, Harvard professor Robert plantain, one in four reported that they could not get healthcare recently when they needed it, and majority said, it's either, because they couldn't afford it or they had insurance that would not be taken by local health providers a serious. National concern says blend and even with major improvements and health insurance coverage over the last decade, these. Problems are more severe for African American communities and native Americans as well as Latinos, and the future of healthcare, and rural America looks even more grim says Brock sleigh back with the national rural Health Association, one hundred six rural hospitals have closed of the past decade, which he says, can make timely medical care nearly impossible, take the town of China PA in Nevada. It's how spittle closed a few years ago this left the service to deal with all kinds of medical problems that are not situated to do. And so when they get on the road to the next nearest hospital as a three hour trip, one way, the hospital is more than a hundred miles away. We know that distance can be a barrier to timely and appropriate access to services. And so in that context delayed care can often lead to tragic consequences, especially in rural areas where people may not have a car. And public transportation may be unreliable. Bottom line says, sleigh Bach wealth equals health report, and were sicker, d Davis is president of the center for rural strategies in Weitzberg people in this congressional district have the shortest lifespan in the United States. We also are the poorest, but one of our big findings was that rural Americans are also optimistic about their communities, d Davis, people may be living more of a hard scrabble existence than folks in the suburbs, or a lot of the folks in the cities. But then mean they're not leaving decent life. And most people are pretty happy with it. And they've got friends and neighbors that they rely on their where they wanna be community activists. Now field says of the past few weeks when her husband was hospitalized her neighbors were extrordinary my neighbors come in Mohmand grass. And neighbors come and feed our cattle and our neighbors gather the eggs and every day for the last few weeks and says, so much to me makes me feel the emotion now of what it feels like to have such more, wonderful support. And I know that, that's the blessing of living in rural America. And that's what our poll found ninety two percent of those surveyed said they had people nearby. They could rely on in times of need. Penny Neiman, NPR news.
Alabama Governor signs bill making abortion criminal
"Alabama's governor signed into law, the most restrictive abortion Bill in the country, and your total ban on all abortions in the state under the new law. Doctors who perform abortions could face up to ninety nine years in prison. The reaction from democratic presidential candidates has been swift and fierce one of the laws, most vocal opponents is New York, Senator and twenty twenty presidential candidate Kirsten gillibrand. The tweeted that the abortion bands recently passed an Alabama and Georgia represent. And I'm quoting the greatest threat. Reproductive freedom in our lifetimes. Senator gillibrand is heading to Georgia tomorrow. But I you joins us here on three. Sixty Senator thanks for being with us. You wanna fight this. But what exactly can you do on the congressional level? I mean, this is solely decision for the courts at this point, isn't it? I think I can lead a movement, and a fight across this nation for women's reproductive freedom. This is an all out assault state after state over thirty. Nine efforts in this country to undermine women's reproductive freedoms, President Trump intends on overturning Roe v. Wade, he's made it clear, not only in his campaign, but as president, and that's what these Republican legislatures are doing across this country. This is something. We're gonna have to fight back on. And I will lead that fight Justice Cavanaugh during his confirmation hearing, he said that he would respect the quote important precedent of Roe v. Wade do you believe he'll do that? If and when this case and cases from other states make their way to the supreme court because that a lot of times, people who are waiting to get confirmed. Give a statement that kind of oblique it could be read in different ways. I think his statement was dishonest and disingenuous. But the American people are watching, and if he lied under oath in those hearings that's gonna be problematic. So I hope the American people and American women everywhere will hold this president accountable, and we'll protest these extreme. Decisions by legislatures and governors being signed into law there. Criminalizing a woman's right to make a decision about her body her. Reproductive freedom. How many children, she'll have when she will have children, and it is literally turning back the clock on settled law. This is not something, the American people support over seventy percent of American American people support, reproductive freedom and support the precedent of Roe v. Wade, the fact of the matter, as you said, is that this is not any surprise. President Trump made it very clear as a candidate. He wanted to overturn this. He won the presidency in part because his supporters wanted him to appoint conservative justices to the supreme court, potentially peeling Roe v. Wade if it came down to it. So I mean couldn't win argue that this is the will of the people at least to a certain degree. Well, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by three million votes. So I wouldn't say that. And if you ask. Ericans today. Do you believe in the precedent of Roe v? Wade and giving women basic human rights and civil rights to make decisions about their health their wellbeing their bodies and life or death medical decisions. They believe women should have that right? So we know where the American people stand on this, and that's why we have to lift up the voices of people in Georgia people in Alabama, women who will suffer under these new laws and make sure that their voices are heard, and I will lead this fight across the country. If I'm president, I will make sure that there is not a judge or Justice, who was appointed by me, a who will not Opole the precedent of Roby row. We've Robie Wade, and the truth is, I will guarantee that no matter where you live in this country in all fifty states, that a woman will have access to safe legal abortions and other reproductive care services. That Republican legislators are so intent on denying one litmus test for supreme court justices and Roe v. Wade would be one of those limits does I do. And I do because President Trump and Senator McConnell, have changed all the rules when it comes to appointing justices, when Mitch McConnell decided that President Obama was not entitled to his supreme court Justice, where America Arlen was denied a hearing vote. They changed the rules. President Trump has made clear. He's had a litmus test, and frankly, I believe in precedent settled law.
African National Congress, Jacob Zuma And South Africa discussed on BBC Newshour
"Today is general election day in South Africa Opole which is seen as the toughest test yet for the governing African National Congress since that Hetty day in nineteen Ninety-four the first post vote which brought Nelson Mandela to power despite a reputation tarnished by corruption scandals, many linked to Jacob Zuma. The foam of president the ANC is expected to win again. Mr. Zuma, you'll recall was replaced by Cyril Ramaphosa who says he can fix the party and transform South Africa, the BBC's, Andrew Harding is in Johannesburg, Andrew. Yes. It is a fascinating election here in South Africa. As you say for the first time in the democratic era is a sense that the ANC is overwhelming majority could be under threat, ten years of economic stagnation and corruption have hit the party hog. But Stukeley the ANC Picton newly last year and has been of -nology it's mistakes and asking for another chance. So the question today is will voters gronk that wish or will they switch to the opposition parties? Justin for an advantage. Here. I've spent the day visiting polling stations here in
Why You Don't Weigh the Same Everywhere on Earth
"Something fun. You don't wear the same everywhere on earth. Your mass stays consistent. No matter where you are. But you'd actually way less standing at the equator than you would at Opole today, you're going to learn about centrifugal and centripetal forces. So I can help you understand the gravity of this situation. Picture this imagine you're carrying a plastic bag filled with a few oranges. If you swing that bag over your head at the right speed and the shape of a circle the oranges will stay in the bag. If you swing it. Too fast, the oranges might bust out through the bottom of the bag and get flung halfway across the room. Congrats you just learn about centrifugal and centripetal forces centrifugal. This is what would cause the oranges to bust out of the bottom of the plastic bag. It's defined as the apparent force equal and opposite to the centripetal force that draws a rotating body away from the center of rotation caused by the inertia of the body centripetal force on the other hand is defined as the component of force acting on a body in Colonel in your motion that's directed toward the center of curvature or axis of rotation. That centripetal force is what makes the oranges want to keep looping around in a circle and these forces are why you weigh less standing at the equator than at a pole at the equator centripetal forces are acting on you as you spin around the center of the earth. This spinning keeps you from flying off into space at a pool that force isn't acting on you because you're not rotating. It's such an intense speed. Also at a poll, you're closer to the center of the earth since our planet isn't a perfect sphere. And that means that gravity is pulling you down just a tad more strength, but the effect it has on your way. Wait, isn't too extreme. You'd way about half a percent more at a poll than you would the equator. So if you weighed two hundred pounds at a poll, you'd way one hundred ninety nine pounds at the equator, which means that shedding that extra pound is just ten thousand kilometers away. How's that for a weight loss
Olympian loses battle over testosterone rules
"In international sports has ruled in a landmark case to uphold restrictions on female athletes with high testosterone levels, the South African Olympia and caster Semenya has been trying to appeal those rules which would make her ineligible to compete in her star running event, Mika Condie has more from Nairobi Semenya has been at the center of a debate about whether her naturally high levels of testosterone gives her an unfair advantage on the field the twenty-eight-year-old runner Holtz. Two Olympic gold, medals and four will championships and two thousand eighteen the international sociation of athletics federation's created regulations, requiring female athletes with differences in sexual development to lower their to SaaS thrown in order to compete in certain track and field events, but Semenya and her supporters have been arguing that the rules are discriminatory on Wednesday. The quarterback ration- for sports rule to Opole the regulations on the grounds that they were necessary to preserve the integrity of female athletes, but they did express concern about how the rules will be implemented. The regulations will come into effect on me eighth. Four
"opole" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
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"opole" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Our country for arses. My own view is this is not an issue of morality and wall is immoral. If it tries to imprison people who shouldn't be imprisoned. Okay. Protects people is not anymore. See he's he's talking logically. If you put Steny Hoyer in that room, the president will be talking about the number between one point six and five, but but you're you're believing that they're still any logic in the debate. We're having right now logic has long since left the building Nancy Pelosi augmented with the president saying, of course, because the lunacy. The left's position is lunacy right now. The wall is ineffective, which is we all know not true immoral which suddenly they've found their morals and too expensive. Suddenly, there's something the left won't pay for their lying through their teeth. This is a political approach to something that is also now political on the right? President made the promise wants to follow through on it. I think he touched on the maybe the closest thing to a solution, which is pond, and I don't like it is maybe form a commission. Democrats Republican you allocate ten billion dollars to border security. And then the experts decide where it goes or how to allocate the experts are going to allocate it to a wall in most places because walls work, that's probably the closest thing to a solution. Even though I don't like it because no one's actually making a hard choice. I if they have a deadline to a construction begins the president needs to see the construction we need to see the construction the border patrol, Barry. Now, Pete you go down there. There are people who I respect to say, we don't need a wall. There are some ranchers at all fight in court on eminent domain you down there. Well, you talk to people that were against them for it. Yep. So tell tell our listeners what you saw there last week. Yeah. No. It was overwhelmingly people were were invested in the idea that a wall is necessary. They say we live here, we see the effects. We see the people we see the drugs. Most of the people who are not enthusiastic about a wall is the reason is they feel like it doesn't really affect them or or the the the the symptoms are not so significant that it's necessary to build this massive wall. So it's not really a priority for them. So for those who want it they really want it and those who don't want it. It's kind of an aside like we don't really need a wall where we're fine right now with the status quo. So the passion is all on the wall site, but the experts the guys working the working the border Griffiths spell. They love Griff Jenkins down there, by the way. He's he's he's no he's like he's got a fan club in the border patrol Griff. I'm like, yes. I do. Who you host on the weekends with all the time. I love him. And now he's I think in Guatemala or somewhere following the latest caravan non on vacation not ever on vacation Griff Jenkins. They overwhelmingly want a wall, and they watch it work, and they say if we had walls everywhere we wanted them. We could reality you've made this point, Brian you could reallocate resources to the checkpoints and the points that are actually finding the drugs coming through the ports of entry. They they see the reality of an open board. Right. So yesterday, we'll talk about this. And I do I do want to start a show and not talk about the shutdown. It's hard to put it first second is the molar probe. So Michael Cohen out verify the Wall Street Journal today that he paid a guy in a Brown paper bag tens of thousands of dollars to Rick's primary polls and one of the guys was Jerry Falwell junior. And they paid to have Trump leading in a pulse. But he was leading in most of the polls. Anyway, I was two thousand fifteen Opole Michael Cohen pay between twelve. And thirteen thousand for activities related to fixing the polls. Also, he asked this company red Fench to set up an account called women for Cohen that praise Cohen's looks and character and promoters appearance in statement and statements, boosting his Trump candidacy, I am not kidding. No about colon Trump everything I just said it was about Cohen about women for college. You can't make this up. Yeah. And then the guy this guy's name is John gougers. The gadget told the paper Wall Street Journal, he wasn't fully paid for the work though. The journal said Cohn was reimbursed fifty thousand dollars the amount of the two originally agreed to for guarantees surges services from the Trump organization gouge according to the people also received a boxing glove worn by Brazilian mixed. Martial arts fighter, I sense. It's one of the gracie's probably maybe not because they didn't wear gloves. So this is the bizarre world of Michael Cohen, featuring Donald Trump when so first off on this. Liberty doesn't look good. They're going to be forced into this question. Jerry Falwell junior. Number two. It gives you an idea when he goes in front of the cameras in a week or a couple of weeks in February. This has got to be since salacious. It'll be must see. Yeah. Listen, Trump, clearly surrounded himself with some people that were making shady calls like no one's disputed that from Cohen to. Manafort. So I mean, the details are what's interesting of it, the vanity of it fame, frankly, the JV nature of it like they know President Trump hadn't run for president before he he had people approaching him thinking about it this way, if you're preaching Donald Trump to run for president in two thousand fifteen you're probably not in the mainstream of conservative Republican politics. If you are you're you're working with Jabber Rubio Cruz or somebody not performing website women for Michael Collins. You're not no now. So he's these are the guys he's got with him at the moment. And I'm not surprised to hear that was some shady stuff so Rudy Giuliani. I believe there's a method to the man he's on with Chris Cuomo, which is an interesting place to go. So that yeah, here he is entering the question that we've heard him answer before cut thirty. I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not I said the United States. There is not a single bit of evidence. The president is committed the only crime you could commit here conspired with the Russians to hack the DNC. So Michael Mukasey was just onto any says collusion is not a crime right here are the goalposts moving or not moving a little bit. I think that there was a flat out statement that there was no collusion on the other hand, you know. Robert Muller is not authorized to investigate quote collusion on quote. He's authorized to investigate whether there was a crime committed in the relationship between the campaign and the Russians there is no such crime as collusion. There is such a thing as conspiracy. If you agree to violate the law, if you for example, help the Russians hack or or otherwise. Commit crimes, but quote, unquote, collusion, maybe objectionable, maybe reprehensible, but it's not a crime. I don't know where I don't know. I'm totally cards on the table. I have no idea where this goes or how how it ends one day. I think there's they got nothing. You're hearing the downplay what the report will reveal the next day. The president's personal lawyer is moving the goalpost and saying well, it wasn't the president himself. What does that mean? What do they have? What is Rudy Giuliani know, how shady were some of the dealings that Manafort had when he was the campaign chairman. But I think none of it points to Donald Trump being a Russian agent. And I think all the stories you saw on the New York Times for all meant to slay the table. I think to exonerate the all the other clowns and FBI that were that were working on. I think it work to the president's on the president's behalf. Chris Christie said it I read this article and the president should embrace it. It shows the FBI was out to get him. Yes. For no reason. And I want you to play do you have a Phil Mudd who's the president's biggest critic on CNN. So I'm watching him expecting him to blast. The president and Mike Rogers not to both FBI guys one was chairman of oversight. So Phil Mudd said this afternoon, the article when I saw this story, my first response was they better have more stuff than what we see. There's a lot of stuff out there. That says the presence behavior is a Radic. There's a lot of situations where he's lied, but taking the leap from that to say we should open an investigation on a sitting president United States. I didn't see information there that led me to that judgment that it is him to say that is significant very significant. And I think think of it this way, so rod Rosenstein, who's the deputy attorney, general writes a memo that the president in some way or another uses as as validation to fire call me, then the FBI turns around and uses that firing supposedly and erratic behavior to investigate the United States director who's a good friend of James Komi after he leaked memo to the New York Times that spurred the investigation all of all of the above. Yeah. It's an I it would be. Meltdown CNN MSNBC scandal for for a decade if it were the other way around they won't even touch Pete. We're going to talk about Syria you've been in the region fighting in the armed forces with the president decided to do a few weeks ago you and I disagree on. And then yesterday, I believe it's related four of our guys paid the price. We'll discuss when we come back. This is the Brian Kilmeade. Brian.
"opole" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is BBC trending the program that takes an investigative nook and the world of social media. I'm an ISA Suva and with me Jonathon Griffin. Listen to music and work, and once I get home, but when it's time for bed Opole Spotify, but my phone on airplane mode and listen to classical music on the radio. One night at the end of September followed team. But when I woke up in the morning things were very different. As well as using Spotify. Also when this thing could last FM is a social space for music to hang out. But it also allows you to track what you've been playing on MP three or streaming setup correctly, and it creates weekly monthly and yearly charts based on what you've been playing. I've been using it for the last eight years and catalogue of each track the artist and the time I played them. The end of September. I was browsing my chance to see what I'd been playing most. And I stumbled across new names I'd never heard of never mind been playing then I went to Spotify. And I saw those same artists will also my recently played list bond, the only user of my Spotify Cam, a my phone I've been an airplane mode, essentially, my Campbell's, claiming I'd been streaming these artists and obvious. Pretty sure that I had. But while they were up. I started looking into the artists who've been played one was called the began low five than those Nexia Kapit SCO hundred I o fun kina do blend night and DJ Bruges thousands of lessons for incredibly short songs with few words boring cover and generic song titles. Let's take a listen to the last of those artists. This is the British. Jonathan. Who are behind these artists? Well, an Easter I wanted to answer the.
"opole" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast
"Exclusion up in the alpine with combined with nerve to say, actually, really how much removing. But yet again, this is not a huge number of the Hubble up there. I mean out biggest consumer up above the tree line is a grasshopper with gonna huge voted diversity off India trailing out. So they're really the ones removing the bulk of the by massive of the trae line and really moving through the system. So whether we'll say increase in invertebrates, you would imagine that is something that relies on the, you know, temperatures hating buddies. We could say, you know, consumption of the the by mess from invites that. Yeah. Since again, probably slightly on fail while looking at the lymph node rats. We have a gorgeous bluegrass upon. Cosio skirts, the McCullough graph apply, which changes color as it warms up in tastic crate count. That's so cool. And again, it sounds like for someone that's really interested in it. If you so choose you've got a lifetime's worth of questions to ask. But I'm just so happy at all kind of centers around protecting. And preserving the diversity of Australia's alpine veg Alyssa lately end alongside the Vange like the head waters of some of our really important reverted ecologically, but also intensive downstream agricultural human populations Opole enough in the mountains from snow melt water and making sure that those safe in the future. So that humans can can have a source of water in times, increasing trout that we can power out houses in city using more renewable Palacios things such as this is increasingly important in the future. I would say, right. Big time. And you know, let's this great that you have a piece of this puzzle moving forward. Obviously there is a lot of challenges to face into overcome. But it's really refreshing to know, there's passion such as yours on the ground working on part of this issue yet. Yeah. I I would say mine, Tuesday and spills out into various realms social media being one of them. But it's nice outlet to share. How mazing the outline is your yet? Yep. Well, before I let you go. I would be remiss if I didn't ask you if there was a handful of species are group's up their of plants that really stand out to you or or really cares Matic for that region. I mean what what are you seeing there in? What what really makes you smile every time. You see it? That such a question that I could like pin hours. On. I think if we're looking in terms of particular, vegetation communities or ecological communities as Sutton indicate a species weaken, those that can be really great. So something in a snow cutch hub failed. You've got in cozy Oscar area of the Estrela outs. Which is where I work. You get big beautiful. Renown kills antimony switches the en-enemy Cal. It's vulnerable species. But it is be useful. It's one of the biggest cups in the world, actually. And it's a huge what flouted fleshy stoked thing pups up as soon as it's released from snore. Also in the Ronchi Lacey. We have this gorgeous little Marsh marigold now sacrify intra loyal, and it has the most doorbell little twin lobes on lays end. It's pretty variable in its flora, Mojo legiti can bay really stock what down to white gray. Radiant into Murari, and they live basically, they can flou- happily under the water been these little snow melt streams, and you know, you can dig snow those winter in though, just pulp raven. They're ready to go nor temperature for innovation at all is ready to go to I think those two would have to base some of my favorites that just fantastic we also mentioned shrub disk because I don't wanna be kind of like would be specialist unit. But there's a gorgeous shrub, which it's one of mint bushes. So it's in the Laney icy in its co pro Sandra CUNY auto, and when you Woking open, I walk into my failed sites, and I have to go through the patch of prostate cancer CUNY oughta it is just the best because it is probably the most overwhelming mint smell in pole. Or and it is just a click the noise, and it's..
Explainer 143: Why is Asia so behind on LGBT rights?
"This November voters in Taiwan overwhelming decided to keep the constitutional definition of marriage as a union between a man and a woman as a result of this national referendum, many young Taiwanese from Taipei in the north to Kaohsiung in the south. I woke to find themselves living in a different country to the one they went to sleep. The unexpected outcome also has far reaching significance for the entire region. Taiwan after all was meant to be Asia's liberal beacon for at least fifteen years, Asia's LGBT community to the capital type aid. It's huge annual gay pride much. Two years ago, but now president signing one expressed support for magically while the campaign trail and finally last year is a premium court ruled in favor of same sex marriage setting may two thousand nineteen deadline for amending the constitution. Therefore, it was really to mentally matter of time before Taiwan marriage equality on statue books. But now boast referendum this shoe things being cost into serious doubt. Conservative Taiwan is shown it's true colors and as things stand. There's little coal supplying the rainbow flag anywhere across the region. No country Asia currently recognizes same sex marriage and the few that aging close face plenty of opposition on the way. In the Philippines. For instance. The supreme court is hearing a case that could overturn their constitutional ban on same sex marriage. However, the government's lawyers are in opposition mean on Japan several cities forced by government foot-dragging to recognize same sex partnerships on the municipal level, then as Kong two years after the Tokyo Olympics in twenty twenty it will become the first Asian city to host the gay games. But despite this golden opportunity to hold a torch for social economic, liberalism that Oklahoma is in no rush to enshrine marriage equality into all just a few days before the referendum in Taiwan lawmakers in Hong Kong voted down a proposal to create a civil partnership style, equal union same sex couples even though it stopped well short of marriage, and sadly, those three examples represented good news. As for the rest of Asia, marriage equality far too distant dream, just in the past six months, gay and lesbian couples in both Malaysia and Indonesia being subjected to public whippings canings. Up the road in neighboring Brunei the community can face years in prison or even the death penalty. So given this hostile landscape any moves to bring an end to the criminalization of gay sex is widely and wildly celebrating. Exactly what happened in India Temba when liberal and LGBT Indians took to the streets after judicial verdict deemed, the country's ban on gay sex to be unconstitutional over any hope. For snowball effect across Asia soon melted away several days up, the engine ruling was handed down Opole in Singapore review that the majority of people in the conservative city states continues to support the criminalization of gay sex all is not lost in Asia. However, long considered analogy BT safe haven. The kingdom of Thailand may well pick up the baton from Taiwan become the first Asian country to recognize same sex. Civil unions legislation is expected to be introduced in December one year after Australia's marriage equality law came into being some in the tie LGBT community angry because the law stopped short of offering equal rights, but for others across Asia comes a relief to end the year on a positive note. So soon after the disappointment in Taiwan. One. In Hong Kong. I'm James chambers.
Abrams and Kemp virtually tied in Georgia governor's race
"Camp. The Republican secretary of state you were just talking about leading in our poll by one point forty six forty five over Stacey Abrams. Keep in mind, though, there is a third candidate here the libertarian Ted Mets getting four percent why that is so crucial here. Georgia sort of unique among states, they have a run off provision in governor's races in so of neither nor Abrahams. Get fifty percent on election day in November of Mets gets a few points keeps them both under fifty this goes to a runoff that run off would be held on December fourth. So that is the wildcard there. Also, the governor's race the intensity in it. The high interest in it we may be seeing a bit of a ripple effect in to congressional races. In Georgia, remember nationally, Democrats trying to pick up twenty three seats. Here's a blast from the past member about a year year and a half ago special election in Georgia's sixth district of suburbs. North of Atlanta, John. Was the democratic hated at the Democrats ported thirty million bucks fell short Karen Handel one that special election now, she's running for a full term. And look at this Opole out this week shows are only leading by four points. This is making Republicans nationally nervous just this week. They through more than a million dollars into this race at the last minute trying to keep he ahead in this race. Interestingly in this poll, you're seeing right here. Stacey Abrams democratic candidate for governor. Leading in this district by a point so could Abrahams actually ended up having an effect helping Lucy MacBeth the democratic heated here next door, the seventh district again suburbs. Just outside Atlanta. Traditionally Republican Trump though, did not do as well in this district as norm as Republicans normally do again poll this week showing the Republican incumbent they're only ahead by six head in this race. But it shows you in those suburbs. Democrats this is the kind of place if they get that extra burst of energy. This is one to keep an eye on potentially on Alexa. So it's
"opole" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Nobody wants to be talked to, we like a dialogue. That's why the second I'm done. I'm going to read all of your comments so I can interact with you people. We wanna conversation. That's what's new about social media used to be just like entertainment. We were so it all in now we're like, I want real and I wanted to have a conversation and I, I wanna know that matter. And I, I wanted to ask you a question. I'd like for you to answer. So you got to create content on your stories. That's inter-. Active, ask questions, don't give people all the information. Now, this is something I teach in great detail inside the marketing impact academy, and it's very different from traction marketing. It's called curiosity, marketing, curiosity, marketing. It's just the kind of thing where it's like dating almost where it's like, you don't wanna give everything you want to leave him a little bit curious so that they're asking you a few questions so you can engage in have that conversation. That's really important in your stories also were little kids. So we like buttons. We like to tap and all of that interaction guests at a does. It tells Instagram that you like this person's content. If you're just watching my stories, you never interacting with them, but you're interacting with someone else's. They're gonna show the content of the person who you're interacting with before they show mine. So you gotta get your people are watching your stories to interact, whether that's replying to Opole using the little slider, tapping on a hashtag swiping up and asking you a question, all of those things improve your ability to be seen. Gene by your existing followers. Okay. Next you've got to use hashtags wisely. I know you know, use hashtags, but in our research, what we found is that account banning and ghosting. Those are real things that's when your using a hash tag that is technically problematic for Instagram. In other words, if you're using a very popular hashtag on your post regularly like you just copy and paste them in, and one of those hashtags happens to be associated with spam like. So, for example, let's say it's, I don't know booty day. I'm just guessing and spammers have taken that over and turned into like soft porn than that hashtag is problematic for Instagram, and they just won't show the content of people who are using that, how they won't show that post. If you've used that hash tag that post won't appear, won't appear on that page. And sometimes people can't even see it. Let's go to your profile. Isn't that crazy and other things. So others can cause banning. First of all, use hashtags that you've checked out there, the relevant, make sure that they're not being used by spammers, make sure that that's not what's causing you to get banned and don't use how things that are so popular. You're never going to be seen anyways. Hash enjoy the frigging best way for you to be discovered. Swat you gotta start using them on your stories to now you only get, I think five..
"opole" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Well, I needed to spend a lot of time listening listening to people asking the right questions seeking to understand really complicated in a related issues. And so I think that's an experience from values perspective. It's a focus on service to this country, but from a skill set, it's a focus on really, truly deeply understanding, complicated issues listed three weeks, Dow in what is traditionally Republican district year polling very close. To the incumbent Republican, what is there left to do? What is the closing case for you to make to your district. At this point, it's an issue of turn out. We have had over one hundred and thirty seven events meet and greet events across the district. We've done forums. We've done policy related events. We just had our first and only debate with my opponent this past Monday. So we've we've done all the right things. It's about turnout. At this point. We have an incredible field operation on the ground. We have incredible volunteers over four thousand volunteers registered with our campaign. Just getting people excited, making sure that people know that their voice matters and their voice counts, but their voice, their voice has to be heard, and it has to be heard at the poll. So making sure people know where to go to vote and how to get there and ensuring that they do. What is your biggest surprise is the first time campaigner. For me. Honestly, the biggest surprise that I've had is the the level of personal stories, the depth of real personal experience that people are willing to share with candidates with with me because they hope that my story, the story they share with me, we'll inform decisions and policy objectives that I may pursue later and the trust that people put in you on the hope that you might someday able to help them is really profound and. And very, very special Abigail spend burger. Thank you very much for joining us. Really appreciate you. Thank you. When we come back with just nineteen days until election day Democratic Senator, John tester is leading in Israel election campaign in Montana, and that's where Donald Trump decided to go to campaign tonight. Was just nineteen days until election day. Early voting is already underway in some states. Yesterday was the first day of early voting in Tennessee. One of the states that could decide which party controls the Senate new polling is giving Democrats a new hope of picking up the Tennessee Senate seat currently held by retiring Republican Senator Bob corker Opole from Vanderbilt University shows the Democratic Senate candidate, former Tennessee governor Phil Bredesen's one percentage point ahead of the Republican congresswoman. Marsha Blackburn President Trump won the state of Tennessee by twenty six points in tonight. The president was campaigning in Montana, trying to defeat the reelection campaign of Montana's democratic Senator Jon tester. But Donna to me is a very big in powerful state. I can tell you. At least it will be after Matt Rosen del becomes. Donald Trump won Montana by twenty points in two thousand sixteen, but Democratic Senator. John tester has been consistently polling ahead of his Republican challenger. The latest polling shows the democrat at forty, nine, the Republican at forty five and a state that the president one by twenty points Donald Trump made the mistake of holding his rally in Missoula county. One of the most liberal parts of the state of Montana and one of the few Montana counties that Donald Trump lost in two thousand sixteen Hillary Clinton actually beat Donald Trump and Missoula county by sixteen points. And tonight the resistance to Donald Trump in Missoula county Montana appears strong. There's a giant letter m. on the side of mount sentinel. Overlooking Missoula Montana today, some residents of Missoula added a few more letters to their giant 'em that President Trump couldn't miss spelling the word m. p.. Each. That's what it says there..
"opole" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"That's Richard Campbell. And that is Tricia us talking about reading other people's code and well, some of the pitfalls that you can find yourself in when you're doing that in presenting problems in other. People's code. What about code reviews? Like Vic, sort of conscious effort to have more than one pair of eyes on giving piece coat? It is. It is. It is one of the problematic areas because on the one hand, a lot of people find them to very valuable. But on the other hand, they are like, I called them before they are power structures in power structures can be used to oppress end. You will often see you had studied that was done by good have boy. They were looking at pool, requested acceptance, pull requests, and what they found was women were more likely to get their pool. Requests accepted then men as long as nobody knew there were women. But if I if I pick it up, put down here, we've -able it is that their style of approaching Opole request, how they're explaining what they're doing, what they're contribution look like is very effective. The code is good how they're doing it. Everything is good as long as nobody knows. They're women, they are really, really successful. The moment they know that some that people know they are women. They are struggling uphill. Wow. Yeah. And that is something that we have to recognize that these power structures have we make, they are actually oppressing parts of our community in there in your and they're actually in the head. There's nothing to do with quality work. This is the definitive description of prejudice prejudgment often people don't do this consciously. This is something that you do subconsciously. It is interesting to think in terms of how often you do see a gender, neutral identity, a hub account that it's just like that has no Jen. Under it's an avatar and name. It doesn't really imply gender and then this way to do it if you want..
"opole" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"So here are some scenarios that might ring a bell. Your conscious mind says, I want to get married and find my soul mate, and your subconscious mind says, intimacy leads to pain and suffering. So what happens? Nothing your conscious mind might say, I want to travel the world and your subconscious mind might say, fun equals irresponsible, which equals I won't be loved, and your passport remains blink. The first key to ridding yourself limiting subconscious beliefs is we gotta become aware of them because until you're aware of what what's really going on, you're going to keep working with your conscious mind. You're gonna think you need to do this. You're going to do that, but you're going to be a voiding what's really buried underneath it? And that's an exercise in futility. So we really have to start changing the story. We have to start changing the story. And I, I have to tell you, I mean, when I think about what I've. -ccomplish and people say to me, you know, what was the strategy? Or what do you think? How do you know have the success with your, you know, with your podcast or with your music or with your family? It's so much about what I believe to be possible. And Jessica, he said, it really well when she was here. She said, the greatest obstacle between where you are and where you wanna be is your own belief in how possible that is your minds. Truly what you're carrying around is responsible for the life you have. So if you're ever taking a trip, have you ever done it this way? Have you ever liked packed your bags and told your family quickly get in the car? We're gonna go to the airport. You go to the airport and you get there and you got your luggage, and you look at what's going on and you're like, okay, where should we go? You don't do that right? You don't just go to the airport and then try to choose a destination. You do the opposite, right? You you visualize you plan. You have an idea of where you wanna go, you get the tickets and then you take the action right. If you ever built a house, what do you do? You get blueprints, you think about this. You imagine what you want it to be like you think about your family eating in this house, having guests in this house, you think about how many kids you have and where you want them to sleep, and does this one you to share a room and you you picture what you want it to be like, and what you wanted to feel like what color it should be in, what would Florida should have or whatever it is and you hire an architect and you build it in create it, you, you draw the blueprints, and then you go ahead and you built the house. So everything is created twice. I is created in our minds. I, we see it. I, we strategize I, we have the vision. So vision is so important because we have to push past what we think is possible and dream it up and and see it, and the more we can see it. That's really ultimately what's going to determine what we actually go ahead and builds. I feel like with so many people, they're just not getting. This, and it's amazing how you can be sitting in the same room with three other people, but because of the way that you see the world urine three different realities, one person sitting there and they're thinking about the past or something that you know they're worried about, and the person next to them is thinking about something that's going to happen later that day or next week, and there are stressed out and the other person sitting there and they're just like, thinking about how beautiful these trees are right in front of them, or they're thinking about just how happy they are something they're grateful for. So what we think about and how we see things is ultimately how we experienced things, and it determined so much of what we actually do because it has to do so much with what we think is possible. You know, there's a famous experiment with animals. They do this with elephants and I'm sure they do other animals too, but they'll take elephants and they will tie rope from their foot to Opole in all, they'll have a certain amount of feet that it can go..
"opole" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I appreciate you giving us time your busiest. Heck, Michael, I appreciate it. I appreciate it man in Dublin before too. It's gonna be great, Thursday nights on me. Those guys make it fun, and we know we got a lot to live up to. We have to keep up with our, you know how guy that home on Sundays, but Kurt, Jay, everybody else. So we got a Representative well tonight, good talking to you, man. You too. Buddy. Thank Michael Strahan with Terry and how he tonight. I think the Vikings and the Rams Vikings are gonna play great because Rams a kind of blowing people out maybe a little comfortable there at home, and here comes Minnesota that just got humiliated on national television. And I think the Vikings are gonna play great. By the way, a keep till is out for this game and probably out for two months at corner. Marcus Peters is also out although he should be back within a month. So right now the Vikings can four in the NFL and passing and both starting quarters corners for the Rams are out both starting cornered and they're good ones. Marcus Peters is as good a corner as the NFL has. He's out tonight and bright for a month and a keep ta- leaves out for two months. He's on the I r and and a keep plebes really good corner. So the both out. So the line is seven. If I was a guy that believed in betting, I would take the Vikings tonight. I think it's a very close competitive football game. And again, when you're humiliated in the NFL good teams get humiliated, always play great. The following week, New England. By the way, we'll probably play pretty well this week, Pittsburgh on Monday night. Football look like crap. The week before will play very well on Monday night football Vikings. We'll play really well tonight. I should put up one of those. What are those things called the union, go to the internet, Twitter. Is Kevin Durant de like him, Opole Opole. Do you like him or hate him? I can't believe Kevin Durant thinks he's hated. No, they're calling the things. If I, if I Pol, I'm not gonna goes to hate low Durant, or do you hate Durand? What would it be. I mean, I like having Durant. It would be ninety ten low at people know people are angry. They think they're angry Kevin Durant for going to the warriors. There's warriors fatigue. They think the warriors is being elitist, you know, trust me really. Yes. I don't think he's the easy way out. I don't agree with that, but people think that Rod Woodson next hour Dollar Shave.
"opole" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I've been getting twenty nine percent off just because. I, wasn't in a huge hurry to get the stuff and so just popped, them in at twenty nine percent often I got it after a few days so. Let's not in a big hurry that's a, few days the average. About the amount of time it takes well if I'm. If I want something. To be ordered within twenty four hours I'll usually put, it, at twenty percent, because, that, usually gets a. Snapped right up if I go in the twenty nine to thirty thirty three percent range it could be i've had it thirty three percent of how to be weeks before somebody will snack something but twenty nine percent within the last couple of weeks has been getting me picked up within i would say three days but you know you're you're results may vary i recently did one twenty five percent yeah how fast today's not bad at less than today's lesson two days and it was i had to replace my old fuzz buster at a did you get one of the fancy ones where they can identify the the new cars that have radar in the cars i got a i just asked for reviews on facebook saying i just don't believe when i do look for reviews on google because i don't i mean if you say best radar detector on google you're gonna get whoever pays the most as a result and everybody said that the three people said basically the valentine v one bar none is the best one out there what's that cost like four hundred and fifty bucks you got twenty Percents oh I, got twenty five percent off now I just figured they. Also comes with some kind of guarantee mind, you if you get a ticket. Or whatever but you probably have to. Use it? Properly and God knows I haven't read. The instructions yet So I I really should work on that now I think that there's something that I would consider a little bit of a catch to this, so the the little bit of a catch and that needs to, be explained if you don't if you're not somebody who's getting paid in crypto or has a bunch of, crypto sitting on there is a. Little bit of a conversion costs and the words if you're going to exchange and you are turning cash into crypto, you're, going to pay a fee usually. Say. Like one percent safe to take that off of the discount but not not a whole lot if you're the, real catch is to be able to have. Like a bitcoin ATM near you or go on Opole dot com can do it for pretty cheap and you know you're usually, looking at a percentage about that. Depending on whether you're sending the money via wire transfer to the exchange most wanted to be an international exchange Oh It gets a little more. Complicated Yeah because then it's harder to get signed up for those that take dollars right to. Send international wire transfers to them there are some exchanges, that'll do it. For you know domestic ACH, transfer my, concern is exchanges like you know Some of the ones. Most recently that have just been, sending wholesale all their, data, to, the IRS coin base. But they were they. Were ordered by a court to do you know and that's is what it is so let's. See toll free number tonight if you want to join us here is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom so bitcoin dot com they again are suggesting you go to save a. Purse dot com and, use your, bitcoin cash the thing I. Was going to say it was a catch there though Johnson is that there is a chance that somebody will try to order an item for you and then. They'll cancel and if you did for instance just go purchase the bitcoin then you know the important factor is is the bitcoin price going to change significantly over the timeframe that it. Takes for, you to get the twenty percent discount and there, is a, possibility, that the bitcoin price could drop significantly right like so if you buy it at x. but then it goes down. By five hundred dollars in one day you know that, might be pretty. Tough to to handle that, but I Reverse happened on the reverse catch reverse catches that sometimes the price of bitcoin is going, up so fast. That you said you know a twenty percent, discount and, then you know two three days. Later when you. Actually get your item. You would have been better off, holding the best doing, discount, is, now gone but I. Usually find that it's. Actually on par I've I've never I don't think had bitcoin be going up so fast that. By the time you get an item because normally you know you these people who are buying things have prime shipping they ship fast day window kits so typically Bitcoin's not going to be. Going up faster than, twenty or, thirty percent within two days. So you know the problem one guy called in recently to complain because after waiting for like five days on this buyer who had said he was buying it. Right and then cancelled and the price of bitcoin you know the price of bitcoin can change over weeks over a week's time and you know the price had dropped and he he. Was feeling, burned because he'd converted some cash into bitcoin in, that case And I really there's nothing I could say besides hey man you know it's bitcoin there is some risk involved if.
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay and USF discussed on AM Tampa Bay
"And And it gets so loud That you. Know I I don't know it's my ears have been ringing for like the last yesterday. And there's still wringing today the set list was great. From, the really good music yeah whoever was in charge of of the. Playlist did a great job so we've got some more to talk about. In regards to the rally also we're going to talk to Laura Riley food. Critic for Tampa Bay, times we've got comedian Dan it's going to. Be in studio later on so we've got a ton to get you here on. Am Tampa Bay right now let's get a check, on traffic with Ron Stevens From train traffic center powered. By Burgess heating and air what looks like a forties. Remain, on for the accident penelas northbound onto seventy-five near Roosevelt boulevard but. There's no real delays associated with this crash you're looking good coming across. A Howard Franklin bridge into Hillsborough county and once you're off the bridge to. Seventy five clear into, downtown Tampa no delays northbound or southbound seventy. Five and you're moving well on I four no delays on the veterans and it's. Clear on the Salman Springer NewsRadio nine seventy WFL L. a. now transmitting, to south Tampa on FM one zero two point nine FM We have a lot of local stories to get to this morning we're going to have. An update on, the Clearwater. Stand your ground case that we will tell, you about also this Raymond James story I know this interest you in particular Aaron outrageous, outrageous outrageous Moakler I just like I understand like when people go. To a football game they want to enjoy a smoke here in there after a drink we gotta step. Through exactly so, you can't. You can't smoke anywhere on the grounds of, Raymond James anyway Sins are anything what about. Outside the stay outside the stadium. You can right I would hope in the, parking lot come up to me and you know and friends while. We're partying because you. Know. The the little. Vaporizer pens the e cigarettes can't even have those in there Those sometimes the puffs, of smoke that come from those whatever it is Lot of lies I it's it's. It's insane it looks ridiculous to me I'm not even sad about that but like sometimes, I'll think someone has a rice Krispy treat. And get around the corner and it's just a giant, cloud of life To. Me it's less about it impacting me in any way I just think it looks stupid, when it's this giants puff of what is Those crazy Researches. Those. Obnoxious okay those aren't the ones I'm talking. About, cigarettes yeah the things people use to get off. The cigarettes a. Believe me I understand the smell of cigarette is gross for some people if you're used, to it if you're going out to an event where, people party you should have a section one segment section where somebody can go to don't go by. That section if you're not if you're not into the cloud, of smoke stay, the I I could see doing, a section maybe What, parking what are, you going to run and keep smoking But. No more they they put their. Foot down so we'll get we'll get to that story later. I wonder, if people are going to be annoyed about that What's to kneeling and not being able to smoke People drink beers in all seriousness when people, are drinking beers and? We'll get into this later, what do they do sometimes when they drink beer they have a smoke even together smoke Absolutely, it's like sex and smoking right absolutely To. Have. Sex Sandwich if you Jewish And watch TV. The trifecta altogether We also have no you who's gonna join. Us in the seven o'clock hour there's this USF football stadium study USF plays. Their games at Raymond James stadium there's been a lot of talk to maybe USF. Will have their own stadium soon doesn't sound like that's going to be the case at least for for quite a while Look I I think the Ray j. part is fine my question to Noah was and he didn't have a great answer because we had him on about this on PM Tampa Bay earlier in the week was what is the transportation. Situation like because one of the things? That came up is that sometimes Raymond James stadium isn't as filled up as they'd like it to be? Because a lot, of students at USF, can get there and USF is becoming more of a campus where people live. On campus some people from out of state than on the car so what. Is the shuttle transportation situation could that help get more people from the campus to. The game days to bolster the attendance on campus so you know around the surrounding parts Apartments that's what I did, when I went to USF was I lived off campus, on apartments right around, right around the university so so if you're going to keep. It at Raymond James stadium and you want to. Get more people there is that a way that you. Could improve things untold eventually they do get. A, stadium on campus maybe a little but like it's more the inconvenience, of having, to go from Fowler wherever I never that inconvenient when, I went there we? Went to, all the games it wasn't that big of a deal but. I, but I could see if there are ways. Where you can shuttle more people there quickly and easily than maybe that could help a little bit you never gonna fill up Raymond James stadium at a US football game or the? Kids? Could just wake up from their dorms walk down the street put, on a pair of crocs and go to the game let's let's take it one step at a time let's make it easy as possible for these college students that's what we're trying to do coming up next we'll cover some of the top stories. Of the day right now news channel? Eight meteorologists Lee span joins us with today's forecast Lee what can we expect you know small rain chance? This morning mainly along the coast and I hesitated to put the rain chance back at fifty, percent but I went, ahead because there's still plenty of moisture rally thought it would. Be a little bit lower today but so put. The rain chance back at fifty percent there will be. Some scattered downpours through the afternoon but I. Really, believe that starting tomorrow we transition and today a much drier and, much hotter, weekend ahead but today still fifty percent range and now, we're going to hold? You to, that hotter and drier weekend we'll talk to you tomorrow Thank sleep and right now it's time for an update. On today's the latest headlines with Chris trank men in our nine seventy, w. f. l. a. newsroom, vice President Mike Pence is welcoming, back the remains of American troops killed in the Korean war in a speech at a ceremony, in Honolulu pants remarked that, the Korean war is called the forgotten war but those who. Died in the conflict are never forgotten, President Trump tweeted a thank you to North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN more democratic voters are making up their minds ahead of the primary and the governor's race. And that's good news for the only female candidate Opole shows former congresswoman Gwen Graham in the lead the poll, from Saint Pete polls dot org chose Graham with a. Seven point lead over Jeff green with former Miami, Beach mayor Philip LeVine in third place but the number of undecided voters is down about sixteen percent since. The last poll two weeks ago. Oscar nominee Margot Robbie is considering joining Academy Award winners Charlie's the're on. And Nicole Kidman in an An untitled movie about the Fox News sexual harassment scandal a Hollywood reporter says Kidman will portray Gretchen Carlson and, the're on will play Megan. Kelly I'm Chris tranquil on NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a now let's check sports from the six twenty WD sportscenter on their Jacobson rookie willia- done is homered and, drove in two runs to lead the race to a. Seven two two win yesterday over the LA angels the, two teams, will wrap up their series this afternoon at the Trump first pitch at one ten Ohio State. Head football coach urban Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave yesterday as, the school announced it's investigating, Courtney Smith's claims that several people, close to the coach knew of two thousand fifteen allegation of domestic violence against her ex husband, that would be former Ohio, State assistant football coach Zac Smith he was fired in July. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have given general, manager Jason light a one year contract extension that will keep them with the team or.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers report to training camp without QB Jameis Winston
"Tweeted that he was, a crowd and RA. Fell out that came just a year after forty nine people were gunned. Down at pulse nightclub including my best friend he sold out those forty nine line in Orlando for an NRA rating wolf wants the governor to order an investigation of Putnam's. Office for issuing. Concealed weapon permits to almost three. Hundred people who failed an f., b. i. background check Putnam claims they've already investigated and the problem has been fixed a new poll shows Putnam trailing congressman Ron Santa's in the Republican race for. Governor Opole from Florida Atlantic has dissatisfied with thirty six percent Putnam is at twenty seven, percent on the democratic side. Former congresswoman Gwen Graham is the leader with twenty percent followed by former Miami. Beach mayor Philip LeVine at sixteen percent Jeff green is at fourteen things are back to normal at Sarasota. County school following a chemical leak students attending a day camp at the oak park School were ordered to shelter in place on Wednesday as firefighters. Wearing has Matt suits investigated a gas cloud in a therapy pool building firefighters determined freon was leaking from an air conditioning unit and the building was ventilated no injuries were. Reported Recco show. NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a Tampa. Bay Buccaneers reported for training camp, on Wednesday and at the press availability the big question was how will they start the two thousand eighteen regular season without quarterback Jameis Winston is been suspended for. The first three games after an alleged groping incident involving an Uber driver wide receiver Mike, Evans says they'll be just. Fine with backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is a little different he's as much older. Guy and no is experience level is going to help us a lot You. Know that's that's what that's why we have no we have really good quarterback room and when guys. Down next minute as for Winston word is that he'll speak for the first time about the suspension following today's I workout it's eight oh five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a no company grows forever and it seems that Facebook's growth, may have hit the wall yesterday the company announced that, its user base flatlined in its biggest market the, US and Canada in the. Latest quarter while declining one percent in Europe and the chief financial officers said revenue growth rates would decline in the third and fourth quarters. As well the news, blindsided Wall Street which is punishing the shares Facebook is worth about one. Hundred billion dollars less than it was yesterday President Trump has declared a ceasefire in his trade war with Europe. And meeting in the White House yesterday with e. You. Commission president JEAN CLAUDE Juncker the. Two leaders agreed to hold off on other tariffs while the e u pledged to boost imp- Ports of US soybeans and, natural gas, shares. Of European car makers surged after. President, Trump agreed to put auto tariffs. On hold for NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a I'm John Metaxas with a Bloomberg business update hi this is Charlie slows. Twenty years ago I. Called the. First major league baseball game in Tampa Bay these days I'm calling games at our nation's capital Washington DC but proud is still call. Tampa Bay our winter home I'm also proud to say Dallas folks, person for a man many of you have. Come to know David Graham Graham capital advisors in the early two thousands we were all making a lot of money in our IRA's 401K's. Then the great recession eight and half of. Our money was gone goodbye now that things are rolling again get a good second. Opinion from Graham capital advisors before the.
"opole" Discussed on The Read
"I brought this up because first of all, we stay in for therapy and also because I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I wanted to start doing. Maybe a little mini segment on therapy ahead Opole going on Twitter right now where I'm looking for suggestions for the name of the segment between shit, my therapist says, niggers need to know and crystal sketch, these are all listeners submitted women thinking of was the word suggestions. So I want to start doing that probably next week. But I've been thinking a lot about the hard work of therapy because I feel like that's how the segment is basically going to be crafted. Just me going here are some lessons that I've picked up and how they have had an effect on me. So one of the big things for me has been growing up in the bible belt with conservative family, and you know, really being raised. Raised in that environment of kind of always saying yes and being accommodating to people, no matter what. I'm very big problem that I did not even know it was a problem with always wanting everybody to be happy and comfortable and having a good time and just like not not everybody, not like people, I don't know. But the people I'm particularly close to where people allow into my home. I just want to go above and beyond ended up doing the most and things that most importantly, nobody asked me to do like, I just kind of go out of my way to the point where I make myself uncomfortable. And it's very difficult for me to say no is is difficult for me to say no to myself when I am just like voluntarily doing the most. And it's difficult for me to say, no, when I really want to like if somebody asked me for something and I don't necessarily feel comfortable doing it or don't really want to share. For myself or my space in that way is very hard for me to be like, no, I'm sorry, I can't do that. So I've been working with therapists over the past several months on why I feel that way and how I am allowed to prioritize myself and my own wants and needs have to come first because you can't take care of everybody else out of an empty Cup. First of all, I don't have to take care of everybody else. Everybody else has they own cups, they own families, you know, they own kids, whatever is not my responsibility to save everybody else. But I also if I want to do that, I can't give all of this consideration in love and care and support to everybody else in not poor all of that back into myself. And that is something I have never learned how to do, which is like a very real aspect of self care that I have just been missing my whole life. I have never known excuse me how to just poor like compassion into my own self. I can give it to everybody else. When it comes to me, I'm type who will kick myself a million times for making one mistake and I will never let it go. I'll be like you stupid. Bitch, like wake up in the morning, dragging myself like a. So you woke up today, which trash asked. Remember when you said a and what you really meant was z. which had dumbest. So maybe one day you'll grow up and stop being such a dumb ass and get your shit together and stop fucking up on small things like I do that sort of thing. And that's just one part of like not talking to yourself, like trash in treating yourself, like you matter and are important, and it's okay to fuck up. Are you proud of yourself because you're human and you doing the best you can to get through this thing called life? Like I'm human just like everybody else. I'm trying to get through this shit. I'm going to fuck up occasionally, but I have to have the grace to forgive myself and move on and do better and learn from those things. And also be able to say, yes, when I really, really want to feel compelled to and feel okay with saying, no, when I really, really don't. I have a hard time doing it. So. That has been one of the more challenging things for me learning all that in therapy and then going in putting it into action in the real world and actually doing.
"opole" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"Historical lesson somewhere around here perhaps even on the sidewalk so that as people protest the statue we can read the story of and they can understand the context in which it was obsolete reason it was you could have a glass placard here an extra two that glass placard would be a story and then when you look through it you can still see the lee monument but you see through the lens of more accurate historical depiction last year in opole about monument avenue more richmond area residents said they preferred some form of rican textual as asian over keeping the statues as they are or removing them so soon walking down mount hinman avenue today what kind of you do you think they would get about slavery civil war i don't think they'd get much of a view at all the only representation of an african american you'll find on monument avenue is a statue of richmond native and tennis great arthur ashe he's surrounded by children and holds a stack of books in his right hand and a tennis racket in his left is unveiled in nineteen ninetysix some ways is a proverbial middle finger to the other monuments and believe me this town exploded when they told the public that they were going to build the the arthur ashe statue on monument avenue a lot of people didn't want to build oh no whatever recommendations made by julian hater and the monument commission he serves on may have a limited impact unlike norrland the confederate statues choose here may be protected by state law and the republican controlled virginia general assembly is unlikely to approve major changes anytime soon one person who that might have disappointed is robert e lee before he died in eighteen seventy he was on record opposing the building of civil war monuments in the north and the south wiser he wants wrote not to keep open the source of war.
Privacy Statement - WexfordPeople.ie
"You might want to call them and see what's what you know how much series stanks canada does not think so or maybe they just don't know better yet for the record i don't think serious things but i know a lot of people do i lounge highlights report from c t b news saying siri is the number one virtual assistant in canada opole run late last year by foreign research at about forty percent of canadian adults saying that they use a virtual assistant twenty five percent of respondents said that they'd used siri in the previous month fifteen percent said they'd use google assistant four percent said they'd used microsoft's cortana and finally only one percent of respondents said that they had used amazon alexa not unlike iphone ten and the acs is survey it's possible maybe even likely that alexa and cortana suffered from their late arrivals i lounge points out the while series been in canada since iphone four s hitting twenty eleven alexa and cortana just landed in canada last november while the poll was already running gdp are goes into effect tomorrow that's general data protection regulation a set of rules governing consumer data and privacy online for citizens of the european union this is why a lot of companies including up have acted programs letting customers download information about them held by tech companies and gadget says apple's data and privacy site only lets people with accounts in the european union plus iceland liechtenstein norway and switzerland download the data apple has but the peace says apple will make it available globally in the future.
"opole" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Good character going to act like this is all just like household knowledge like just i'm explaining to people you know bell of course of course that the rosa this is rosen this is rosanna if she was that rotund she would have dove in and then not gone more than like two feet down in the water and just floated i can't i can't swim down number three for me oh this one should be ira my list but it's not darlene cates brian darlene cates as body grape and what's eating gilbert grape i'm glad is on the list number of nineteen ninetythree lassie hellstrom directed it was written by what's his name hedges hedge mitch hedberg peter hedges now author and screenwriter who had shit ton opole on what's eating gilbert grape in nineteen ninetythree watch a little sally jesse raphael for young you might not remember sally jesse raphael first reality star one of our first reality star was that she was daytime talk shows were a big thing imagine a juggle a slew of morton downey junior atta show jones i think geraldo how to show there for a while bringer donahue yeah springer kind of you know became the one that stood the test of time but sally jesse raphael talk shows where what the judge shows are now what's what's his name more maurino maury povich she's the big maury povich does all the reveals with the paternity stuff so dr oz and all those in nineteen three she she had an episode called too heavy to leave their house and screenwriter of gobert grape was watching this and he saw darlene cates she was on here as herself and he was so impressed with her imposing size that he got a hold of her and offer the offer to the role of women morbidly obese mother in the film which she accepted.
"opole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Party figures are accused of countenancing antisemitism the controversy burst out when mr corbin re tweeted a picture of a mural in east london that depicts caricatures of jewish bankers playing a game of monopoly on the backs of the world's poor carbon has apologized and said he should have looked more closely at the mural at the controversy is not just about artwork and raises questions about antisemitism and britain's leftwing jonathan are kush is president of the board of deputies of british jews and he joins us from london mr kush thanks so much for being with us hello scott jeremy corbyn apologized one not just move on we've had a succession of anti semitic discourse and incidents insides the labor party and all we've had his words jeremy corbyn saying i opole racism but he's done nothing about it and this week the patient super jewish community in britain finally ran out tell us what you consider to be a couple of the other instances of anti semitism on the left ken livingston former mayor of london he has come out in the past two years with the nonsensical but very very provocative statements but hitler's supported zionism she's tried to brackets support for israel with nazism it took a year before they put it in for a disciplinary process and he was suspended for the party for a year that was the slap on the wrist he shoulder being thrown out then jeremy corbyn himself was a member of free secret facebook groups the discourse in those facebook groups included rank anti semitism nine eleven truth ism holocaust denial our community has had enough now jeremy corbyn and can livingstone the former mayor of london and others her have said yes they are pro palestinian proudly and historically but they don't consider their opposition to israel's policies in the middle east as anti semitic criticism of israel in a way that you might want to criticize any other country is not anti semitic we've never claimed it was the the mural the you referred.
"opole" Discussed on KGO 810
"You know michael that was that was going around he's actually he's pretty short he's the biggest guy you've ever been around yeah anyway so when they cracked big now is he going to be something you lay a guy that size on the table and cracking that chest yeah i broke six ribs he's seventy years old arnold schwarzenegger disappointment place i mean i wish him well i don't want him to you know obviously but what a crappy governor he turned out to be crappy crappy crappy whining and he could've been he could have been great he barely wanted to be governor he made a joke about it on leno people laughed then some people started calling in opole came out and he thought okay i'll give it a while is how much he wanted to be governor is campaign was great he said a lot of great things then he he had twisted sister campaigning with right we're not gonna take it then he overreached pregnant the made was before momma who is my daddy so you overreach a mornings into those sorts of things with the mornings in the orgasms and that's things the overreached the union slapped him down because he got overambitious then they said i didn't want this job i don't like this i don't blame him for that he tried to he tried all that stuff and then he he saw the way the unions come out and how mobbed up the whole thing is nissan.
"opole" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Doc rivers became just to coach and not the president because somebody has the ear of of steve bomber his de bomas mentality is i just off with chris paul two hundred million dollars and a man said no entering the last day of his deal at age 32 what the hell is going on that's the bomb was position you know jerry west is light hello i to fix this general writer in areas and he arrived in all of unchanged takes place as he got down you got west against magic but in the end is about lebrun paul george a russell westbrook right all three can end up in los angeles not necessarily a two lakers one with the cler i mean anything happened or none of them can go because with this tampering charge if the nba whose hand this over to a law firm if they come to the conclusion that this did the lakers are guilty and in whip temperate and they decide at paul george cannot come to the lakers la not quals balda from years ago yeah well oklahoma city mentality is or what about us we're imposition of give you the max right now we'll legitimate argument could be may witness secondbest team in western conference we russell westbrook opole jordan steven adams winning his cannon of boys they can make a legitimate argument who can't we beat other than golden state we might be able to beat anybody and give the golden state warriors or run for their money so why wouldn't you stay yet and if you're paul george cleveland is an option anymore really hurry the lakers might not be an option because the nba takes that away from you will which go do but he played in indiana in aim met in a much for him to stay in okinawa chrysler recently to answer your question is the city of los angeles could end up having three new superstars next season next summer when none of a right.
"opole" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"I think some people are stupid and also signing three percent you can get seven percent of people to say almost anything okay let's move on to a real could use of harry harry just said that one entirely out so i was i will let you start with this one which was a real good use of polling which is that president trump tweeted about opole yesterday on sunday so he read that we here he said the new rasmussen poll one of the most accurate in the 2016 election is just out with a trump a fifty percent approval rating that higher than owes numbers on away think as obama so we could probably do a full show on like every three word chunk of that tweet and britain lhasa i minute over let's break down the first few words here rasmussen one of the most accurate in the 2016 election he claims is that a what do we make of at the national polls which rasmussen are predominantly did they did some state polls in nevada but mostly they did national polls learn final national polls were perfectly fine but most of the final national polls were also perfectly fine so i don't really have too much of a problem with that obviously rasmussen if you know their history of vastly overestimated the republican vote in both the two thousand ten midterm election in the two thousand twelve presidential election so they're history is not necessarily the greatest they've also historically had a heavy republican house effect that is their pulse tend to show more favorable numbers for republican candidates such as donald trump currently being so this shouldn't be too much of a surprise but i don't have too much of a problem with that sentence it's the implication that comes later on in the sentence that i think is the big pro he he did hit fifty percent in the daily tracking poll and over the weekend zealously deal that well let's put it this way.