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03:58 min | Last month

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Oscar Ramirez and you're listening to the Daily Dive weekend edition. Don't be afraid of using the phone. Everybody's you know, sending people to the websites, but there are also people that can help you out by phone. California has a line you can call. Massachusetts has a line just for seniors to help them. Definitely. You're going to see the pharmacies and other people trying to direct people through the Internet because it's more efficient for them more fishing for them to have you reloading their website all day to try to figure out what new stuff comes online. But look, if you're a senior, and you're not comfortable with that, that's okay. Find this stone number. You might have to stay on hold for a while or whatever it is, but it is available to you and related to that, like, Look again. If you're a senior, that just doesn't have the equipment or the expertise to do this, like, look for help. There are actually a lot of groups around the country that are trying to sort of you back seeing angels and connect people with resource is, you know if you don't know where to find one. Just call your local public library. Librarians are really smart, and they're totally connected into their communities on down there who can help you. One of the lines that I love in the article. The people having the most success getting appointments are the ones with the best information so one of the key tips would be to sign up for alerts. You know? So you know when the doses are coming, you know that on this day, they're gonna have doses. Let's get really busy on trying to sign up. There's various kinds of alert available from all the sorts of different authorities who have the vaccine and some cases the alert. They're actually sort of disciplining like in California, pretty much the Senate for the alert. All the you'll get is a text message. When your particular demographic is able to get a shot, but other places they're getting more tailored more specific in the large or beyond. That was all about information. So Hunt out these scraps of information you can about when a new vaccine comes online like, For example, in Florida, you get the vaccine to Publix, the supermarket that has a pharmacy in it. People learned that public's puts the new appointment online at 7 A.m. every morning, so that meant that that gets 6 55 in Florida. People are there at the public website personally load ready to go to get it. Ultimately, that's how my parents got their shot. My mom was just pressing reload on the site because she heard a tip on the local TV news that they were going to be adding some new plots that day. Last question I have, I guess it's a two fold question. How long did it take you to get your parents appointment and just like the last overall Big tip Like what is going to push people through on these sites, the most It took us probably about two weeks once it was really available to them in Massachusetts, and I learned a lot from that process tonight, Share that sort of learning from that In my piece. We give you two part answer to tear deceptively simple question. The thing that matters the most is being persistent. The people who are getting these shots are the ones who are just either them or their their loved ones. Their helpers are just kind of hammering it. Every day and not giving up because this really matters. It's really important, but the thing we didn't talk about, but I just wanted to like flag people. Really, to be careful about is fraud. There are a lot of sketchy people out there and they're taking advantage of the lack of information in this moment and the fear about it to try to take advantage of seniors. Folks should definitely be very careful. Look at the source of the information. Start your journey. The taking this out on authoritative websites now, either on government websites. If you don't know what those are go to The Washington Post, we've got Thanks to all of them. A P has links all of them. And if somebody send you an email or text messages you about an appointment that could be legit, But it also might not be so get on the phone and call. Whoever said that they were reaching out to you and make sure it's really them because the last thing you want to do is end up, you know, having your identity stolen or someone taking the money or whatever, like It's sad, but that it is a thing that folks need to beware of Jeffrey Fowler, Tech columnist at the Washington Post. Thank you very much for joining us. You bet.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Oscar Ramirez and this is the Daily Dive weekend edition. News, traffic and weather. Tampa Bay's news radio W F L A public's distances itself from its founder's daughter, the grocery chain says that Julie Jenkins fan Shelly does not work for or represent the company in any way this after The Wall Street Journal reported that fan Shelly helped fund the pro Trump rally in Washington that preceded the mob. Storming the U. S. CAPITOL. January 6th, a federal court orders a Tampa pharmacy to stop prescribing controlled substances. The Justice Department says the week here. Pharmacy Youngun Highway repeatedly dispensed opioids despite obvious red flags that the drugs could be misused. School superintendents try to reassure parents that schools are not coronavirus super spreaders schools did not contribute significantly to the community transmission. Miami Dade County Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says about 45% of students in his district have returned to school with Florida's news. I'm John Mc Weston. Mm hmm. From the Ford Center Credit Union Homeless traffic center Traffic. Still looking good around the Denver area Highways is to get further into the afternoon to 75 is moving up to speed throughout the Bay Area. At this time, Something was also looking good, both North and South bound lanes. And I bored looking good both East. And was this the only correctly reporting any major problems in a writer downtown to have bad days time and the better despair up through Citrus County. Just be careful as you drive me, girls and sometimes God wait Ridge Right now we'll die before issued. A travel advisor brought high winds going over the water. Carl's NewsRadio, Toby West L. A partly sunny skies this afternoon with highs in the mid seventies and winds.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Km on AM 6 40 kicking up on a m 6 40. The death and life of Kobe Bryant, a news documentary that looks back at the investigation of the crash a year ago that killed the basketball superstar. His daughter in seven others listen to the death and life of Kobe Bryant this Sunday at four on K. If I am 6 40 more stimulating talk. This'd Kay if I am 6 40 heard everywhere in the I Heart radio app. I'm Oscar Ramirez and you're listening to the daily dive. Weekend edition. The first full day of Joe Biden's presidency was all about Corona virus is singular focus their lead him to sign 10 executive orders aimed at accelerating the rollout of vaccines by using the Defense production Act. Supporting state and local governments to help them in their responses and mandating mask wearing also on the list, restoring faith in the government. For more on Joe Biden's covert plan will speak to will fewer health and science reporter at CNBC. So like you mentioned it's 10 total. Some of the highlights here are establishing a federal panel toe introduce Mork over 19 diagnostic test of the market. Really want to ramp up over 19 testing That's available. He's putting in some place and more restrictions like requiring massed in airports. Train intercity bus is really all modes of transportation. Directing agencies like You said, to bolster the supply chain through the use of the Defense Production Act, which the wartime measure that you know the president can use to compel US Cos prioritized manufacturing that is deemed crucial. Purity. He's also introducing the code 19 Health Equity Task Force, which is just a real signal is going to emphasize equity here and that, really, we're still working through the details of exactly what these things are going to do. It just put out the full 200 page plan about an hour ago. Still working through the details, But obviously the message there is that panel is going to be responsible for making sure the resource is air allocated based on which communities have been impacted the most by the pandemic. Now, some of the reporting that we had been seeing was that The administration came in, and there was really no Corona virus vaccine distribution plan from the Trump administration. So in a lot of respect, they're gonna have to start from scratch. Obviously, from the Trump administration, we had operation warp speed, which in a sense was a huge success. We got two vaccines out of that. The distribution and all that's have really stopped when it was sent out to the states from there, the states how to do a lot of their own planning and distribution from that. So one of these other executive orders that the president signed had to do a lot with state and local support and really helping kind of guide them into distributing the vaccines. We're also going to take immediate steps to partner with governors, mayors and other local officials, who we've been talking to all along who are on the front lines of this fight. We direct we dribbled. We directed FEMA to establish a covert response liaison for each state, which means every state will have a point person at the federal level to maximize cooperation between the federal government and the states and where it falls short to be made known about it makes me May known immediately. This is a model. We used to respond to Hurricanes Hurricane Sandy, which I was deeply involved with. And in just a few moments, I'm gonna sign a declaration to immediately begin reimbursing states 100% for the use of their national guards to help covered relief efforts. So that was probably really the biggest departure here that we're seeing from what was being done under the Trump administration. There were reports today you know about how the Biden administration was really starting from scratch. I don't know how fair that is Dr. Tony Fauci without today at the White House press briefing, saying that obviously they're not starting completely from scratch. We have administered about 15 million doses. There is something in place. But today, you know when I spoke with local health officials across the country, certainly the level of support there now seeing in the guidance that they expect to get from the federal government on how to administer doses on what kind of allocations they're getting on what to tell their people in their hospitals and pharmacies. Clearly, there's a stepped up level of involvement from the federal government here. Has been absent throughout not just the vaccine distribution rollout but throw all rounds of the pandemic under the Trump administration. We had been hearing a lot of that from state and local officials even as far back as when it came to testing. You know, we need more guidance and more help from the federal government, and they just weren't seeing it. One of the other things, too, is you know we've heard a lot about these masked mandates and whatnot. We heard a little bit about it on day one of the Biden presidency, too. But he did sign an executive order asking requiring people to wear masks on federal property. But also when it comes to transportation to he wants people to wear masks pretty much all the time. So it's not clear exactly which most of transportation this is going to apply to you, he said. Many I believe the wording in the order was actually many trains, Busses, aircrafts and intercity bus is, but I think it's safe to assume that's gonna be most most of public transportation. So he is requiring people who wear masks and practice social distancing. Those kinds of environments and for international travel. Really notably, the CDC has been pushing for this for a long time that he is now requiring incoming travelers to test negative for covert 19. Orto self quarantine and self isolate upon arrival in the U. S reopening schools and businesses. Obviously, schools has been such a huge component of all of this. We saw schools open and shut down almost immediately. In a lot of cases, some schools remained open the entire time. But this is a key priority for the Biden administration. Also They really emphasized as they're rolling out the vaccine as they're encouraging people to fall public health precautions. They are working actively to reopen schools, reopen businesses and reopen travel as well, but only to do so safely. And so one really interesting thing they're doing here is they are requiring the Department of Health and Human Services to collect that on school, re openings and really figure out what we know and what we don't know. About the role that schools play in spreading cova, 19 and communities. And that's interesting because that's something that hasn't been done so far in the U. S, and really has only been done in a very limited fashion in other countries as well. So we still don't really know how much of the virus spreads in school. And how much of the virus is brought from schools, then out back into the community, and vice versa. So they actually see what we get from these studies and again kind of just overarching guidance, really for schools, businesses states as we mentioned local communities on how to kind of approach some of the stuff, something that we hadn't seen before, So there's a lot of stuff in there obviously things about the new treatments testing as you mentioned, but we're also seeing that you know, President Biden is already getting a little bit of pushback. On his cove it relief planet clocks in at I think, $1.9 Trillion, and you know, there's already some Republicans. Opposing to it saying is, they're really need for another bill. We just passed one for the Biden administration. They're saying, you know Hell, yes, we need Ah lot, Maura, including more direct payments to Americans, So this is kind of you know the fight that setting up the margins are very narrow in the House and the Senate. The money is, it's a lot of money and like always, you know, someone has to pay for it. So he's asking for the coming really feel right now, I think stands at $1.9 Trillion. Whether he gets that threw, it looks unlikely. I think at this moment, and I do think that you know he's setting himself up that some negotiating room here one thing, for example, I know my colleagues today Tom Frank and Jacob Pramuk. It's the embassy. They reported today that potentially he's using that initial plan includes $2000 direct payments to Americans, and there's nothing that's really tying into $2000. And in fact, it was former President Donald Trump, who actually pushed for that $2000 direct payment..

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:25 min | 4 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Oscar Ramirez and you're listening to the Daily Dive weekend edition. As I mentioned convincing travelers is going to be a big thing for them from. I understand the airlines air going toe clearly know when somebody books a flight, and that's going to be on a 7 37 Max. And then passengers can have the option to switch a plane or do a lot of that. Somehow we'll all that work out. Yes. So the airlines say that they're going to be very transparent about it. So you book your flight, You'll see you know the time the date the routing, and they'll say something. You know, when you look at the equipment type, I'll say 7 37 Max. There've been some reports out there that Name. Boeing has three gently stepped away from using the name and certain instances. For example, in some press releases, Little maybe in like the second or third reference. It won't say the work. Max will say 7 37 or 7 37 8 and even in the 7 37, Max that I flew on The safety card, says 7 37. It doesn't say Max and I actually flew an older model of the 7 37, which has been in service this whole time. I'm a commercial flight back home, and it was the same safety card. So you're not seeing those things. But the airlines say that now that you can book flights on the plain people don't want to fly the plane. They will allow them to switch off to another flight. If it's available, some people might have not even noticed. You know. Beyond that. We talked about this the last time as well returning to flying during a pandemic. Let's look at Thanksgiving passenger traffic was at an eight month high over Thanksgiving, but that was 40% lower. Then last year, and obviously, health officials don't want people flying too much right now. But this is just one of those other difficulties that these are the airlines. You know, the plane makers. Everybody's having this problem right now. That's a bigger problem than the max right now. I mean, because there's so few people traveling in airlines, of course, have to convince people to fly at all, whether they're on a max, or they're on an older 7 37 and run around in your bus plane. So that's kind of a bigger concern that also policing people on the plane to make sure that they're wearing masks and things like that. So we did see a spike in air travel over Thanksgiving holiday, The multi, it was actually just 40% of last year's level, and since then, air travel generally early December is kind of Ah alone. Anyway, We've seen that go back to me. We're like a third of where we were last year, so it remains to be seen how we go a Christmas obviously another big holiday. The peak days are actually in the summer when everyone's off. Um, you know, the airports are very full. But the thing is for airlines. There's so few days that people travel usually for the holidays so they can charge higher fares because everyone wants to get home get to their families, their friends for the holidays. But now, with Koga cases spiking and warnings coming out of the CDC and from other health officials against travel that remains to be seen whether people go through with their bookings and airlines have become more flexible saying, Okay, you book and then we will Allow you to change your flight for another another time so we could see people canceling and may be traveling leader when there's a vaccine, or maybe cases start to go down something along those lines. Leslie Josephs, Aviation reporter at CNBC, Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. Finally for this week Space is increasingly become an integral part of militaries around the world as they conduct anti satellite test and established military branches. The U. S space forces now one year old And France and Japan have also created their own space. The visions More countries are expanding into space with ways that will benefit their societies and with it, they're increasing their defensive and offensive capabilities there. More on the rise of these military space powers will speak to Miriam Kramer, Space reporter at Axios. The military has been relying on space for a number of years, especially the U. S military GPS satellites. They're used to figure out where to go. Facetime, where various soldiers deployed troops are. We have extremely powerful spy satellites that are able to take detailed images of the Earth but also gives the military some idea kind of what's happening in any given place at any given time. And you capabilities are incredibly advanced. But they also make them really good targets. Like for example, the spy satellites that are up there these days are extremely expensive, but they're also not that difficult toe sort of shoot out of the sky. If somebody wants you now, there are a lot of reasons why country wouldn't do that kind of thing. Right. It's still a concern for the U. S. As other powers like Russia and China start sort of shoring up their own defenses and offensive capabilities in face. When the president had announced that he was going to be creating the space force. A lot of people kind of took it as a joke and whatnot. But once you started digging into it, you kind of see that this was really much more of a necessity. Obviously, I guess the air Force was handling some of these capabilities at that time, but now making its own branch of the military, there's a lot of stuff that goes into it. What do we know about President elect Joe Biden and how he might continue the space force. I know. Some people are saying that they hope he kind of takes a hands off approach and let the branch kind of develop on its own. But they're also saying that He should probably continue this operation. The space industry and space insiders in general, actually thinks of the space force is a really good idea. It gives space the priority that it sort of deserved. Stacy. Is it deserving as a part of the armed forces?.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 6 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wherever you get your podcast. I'm Oscar Ramirez and this is the Daily dive weekend edition News, Traffic and Weather. Tampa Bay's news radio W F L A President Trump left Florida Saturday for campaign stops and three other states but not before voting in West Palm Beach. I voted for a guy named Trump. Thank you very much everybody. Trump claimed that voting in person was safer than voting by mail, even though he did vote by mail in the August primary. Former President Barack Obama campaign for Joe Biden in a drive in rally in North Miami, he comes back to Orlando next week to rally support again for his former vice president in the state with 29 electoral votes up for grabs universe Studio is an island of adventure reached their capacity for visitors Saturday morning. One of the few times that's happened since we re opening Universal. Orlando has not said exactly how many people that lets into the parks as it limits capacity because of the Corona virus. The virus that killed 76 more people in Florida as of Saturday with Florida's news, I'm John Mc Weston. The Florida Central Credit Union Homeland's traffic Center. Traffic's looking good around the chip very high was, as we get further into the evening to 25 is moving up to speed throughout the Bay Area. At this time. Something was also looking good, both North and South bound lanes and I forced lookin good, both East and West to some place in reporting any major problems in or out of downtown Tampa at this time, and the veterans is clear all through, such as county. Just careful over in Clearwater. Right now, the intersection of North Myrtle Avenue in Cleveland Street is entirely closed right now due to an accident. Charles and NewsRadio. The view, eh, fella? Tropical depression 28 has developed in the northwestern Caribbean forecast to become Tropical Storm Zeta, at some point over the weekend could reach hurricane strength in the Gulf of Mexico middle of the week, but forecast to stay well west of Tampa.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:29 min | 6 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We love ourselves some Oscar Ramirez, So check him out there. Don't forget. Follow me, actually. Sorry. Mondo joined me. Thank you. Well, it just Ah, get it. Follow me, Sounds so one sided, but it's really It has been important to me during the the quarantine because keep in mind. I'm on month 10. I know that's right. Yeah, I'm on month 10 of quarantine and I've had a three month head start from everybody. So it really has been important to me to connect with you folks, And that's really about joining each other and following me. Sounds like a It's all about me and it really it's about connecting so If you feel so inclined. Please join me on Instagram at Fork reporter at Fort Reporter on Instagram and hang out with us tonight at nine for our quarantine speakeasy with my brother Craig. From his beautiful home speakeasy. It's really crazy, and we're safe on and we have a good time You conjoined us. We'll talk about cocktails and booze and growing up together, So it's for adults only because Well, we're brothers. All right. I want to bring my buddy Kelly Lamb on. We haven't talked to her in a while, but she's from the whole purpose. And I just want to find out what is it about this animal that you love so much, Kelly. The porpoise is beautiful. But why? Why focus on just the one animal? Ahh lately so much so much behind purpose? Yeah. Oh, I see. I always get that wrong. The whole purpose. Dot com where you could find out information, and I will tell you something about Kelly. Right now. Her gifts and abilities are what you need. If you have a stale corporate environment right now, where people are working from home and they don't feel connected Um, she does corporate wellness events and things like that. She's doing virtual stuff nowadays, including ways to connect about your mental, physical, spiritually health and all those things. So what's on the docket right now? Kelly. I faced many of the corporate that we launched virtually in August, and we've been going into corporations nationwide. Doing all types of virtual wellness now, and it's great. It's being perceived so well and it's easy, but doing it virtually is actually So what's fun and we have going into all these offices on a daily basis are can get so many more sessions in with somebody more clients, so that's exciting. And then we decided to launch a event serious for our community division. Obviously, we can't have in person events this year and we went virtual and we have an event a few weeks ago, and we have another one. The art of journaling coming up this Wednesday, the 21st and we're teaching people. The art of journaling and how journaling really helped Teo ease the mind, construct an anxiety and can really bring forth some gratitude in a time that a little difficult to find some gratitude for for all of us going through the pandemic. You know, your last of that centered on Food's This one is on the journaling. I think the next one deals with anxiety and things like that, and I wanted to have you on again because you've been on with us before I had the pleasure of speaking at one of your events as well. Is that when you think about a lot of the things that we know about, like the pandemic of 1918 and things that have even come prior Is because people took the time to write the and I'm not talking about, you know, 250 characters or whatever. Twitter is Thies days, but right down, there's something powerful in writing down what you're experiencing not only for yourself and for family members later on, that will come generations later, but for others to understand what it's like to go through things And the power in that helps people not only to help you now, but will help others that you could pass on these journals and say, You know, this is what it was like, or that's what we're going through. This is how we got through it. Is very cathartic and powerful when you put it to paper, and so So how do people get involved with these events? How do they? How are they able to attend virtually And working. They find out.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Oscar Ramirez will take over with Daily dive weekend edition. So, basically what I'm saying is go no. Where I have had the pleasure of meeting a lot of people. One of the reasons why I got into radios to meet neat people without being weird and go. Hell want to know you? And one of those people is my next guest. Joe Dante. Just a fascinating dude. I mean, this is the guy at a party, a cocktail party you want to be stuck with because he's an attorney's been a judge. He Eyes, the bass player for not only the Vandals, but he's also in sweet and tender hooligans, right? Yeah, I always I always think. Yeah, I started thinking. Wait a second. What's the name again? Since it's a a reference, I should know. But ladies and gentlemen, Mr Joe Escalante. Thank you, gentlemen. I always you know any reason have Joanne is a great reason, because he's a neat guy, and he does get out there any apparently eats, so he's worthy of being a guest on this program, however. He's got a new show coming out on Fox Nation starting on Monday called Monsters across America, Joe, What the hell is this? This's well, you know, I Television. People think I do all these weird things, but my normal adult location has been working in television. I worked at CBS, which U P N ah, but mean mainly on the business side, A zone executive and and then Ah ah! Few years ago, I got into the more creative side writing writing for cable shows in the last four years on ancient aliens and for the History Channel, and then I got an opportunity to sell my own show. The Fox Nation. And it's a kind of part travel part Monster hosted by A woman named Casey MacDonald, who was a vaccination personality and she's going to take us all across America in search of people. And places that are connected to monster sightings. So so you go in and Do you maybe interview a guy? Maybe. Or maybe not that start sentences with tell you what, but they talked about. Leave their encounters with monsters. Yeah, we're not searching for monsters. You know how you watch shows and they're like staying up all night and and and they're looking for big foot and then the end of the day, they just have like an infrared. Hi. Black video thing, and then some anomaly on a V U meter and sound. Yeah, where they go. Yeah, we don't do that. We We look for people. That have seen the monsters. We have encountered the monsters and we talk with them, and we will look at their blurry footage and we we get a kick out of it and meet a lot of cool people were looking at Monsters of the kind off the beaten track. This isn't like Monster of the week. Okay? Loch Ness this week Bigfoot that week Supercar, but the next week this is like the Provo Bigfoot. Episode one There's a Provo Bigfoot. He's connected. Two Mormon folklore, something even Mormon doctrine. If there's a there's an old Ah, Mormon apostle that said, I saw Bigfoot wrote it down, said Bigfoot. Is not really for him was cane from the Old Testament. Doomed to walk the Earth, and Cain told him that And then some point in Mormon. Folkloric Kane turns into Bigfoot, like maybe in the 19 eighties. But there's this whole Mormon tradition that Yeah, there is a big foot. And it's Kate. So we Ah, and this is gone into modern times. We deal with that one. We have a Pensacola Sea serpent. The only monster that I know of and working in a lot of monster shows in the United States has actually killed people killed four divers. Off the coast of Pensacola, and one survived to tell the story. We talked to his son and we retell the story and then we Ah episode the other episodes of launching on Monday. He is a Sarasota skunk ape. Which could be an offspring from the local Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus headquarters that that is from that area. I don't know if you've been to Sarasota, its like Circus. Stuff everywhere. Like you might have a bearded lady serving you coffee at the Starbucks. It's that so They think it was setting or not got out, So it was sort of space that gun up. Well, that's one of my theories. One of my theories is Hey, how many's circus train crashes were around here and I investigated it and there were tons of up So the circus train crashes all these human oddities. They're all running towards a swamp to get away from the cruel hand of their masters. And then and then, and then they just you know, that's where they live. And then someone sees start seeing monsters breathing in there. I mean, connected. Dr. Neal. Hey, hang tight. We'll be back with more from Joe Escalon. Today. The new show coming up on Monday on Fox Nation is monsters across America. Monsters across America Go online to find out how you can look for Fox Nation on whatever streaming device. You use monsters across America coming up on Monday. I have a question that relates to food. And monsters. We come back, so go nowhere. It is the fourth part. I'm you'll serve a jerk. If I am 6 40 let's get the latest news. Now they're making in the cafe newsroom.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Oscar Ramirez in her listening to the Daily Dive weekend edition. You spoke to a woman whose father contracted Koven, 19. I think he might have died if I'm not missing it. But, you know, he said he was following the guidance of the leaders saying, Hey, it's not that bad here. Hey, you can go out. I want businesses to reopen and you know people that are cooked up businesses that are shut. They want to reopen. Obviously, everybody wants to get back to normal. But if the guidance is not there, we saw the story's massive parties, all sorts of things. And as I mentioned, you spoke to one woman whose father contracted because he said he was following the guidance. My colleague spoke to a woman whose father had contracted covert and she had spoken to him. She had warned him about going out she until it was safe for hand. And he said, Well, the governor and the president have really been pushing for the re opening of economy so They're the guys in charge and businesses are open. So I'm going to follow the orders of the state here, and he went out in the contracting Kobe. Several weeks later, he passed away and one of the last conversation you had with his daughter. He heartbreaking said, You know, I should have listened to you and look Governors of all political strike leaders of all political structure from the incredibly difficult positions here, because obviously they have to worry about the economics of their states, their business owners who will never be able to re open again, so there's a lot of competing factors, and we've never seen anything like this. So in Arizona's case, there was clearly a temptation because their cases were so low to say, Hey, everything's fine here. Let's just open everything back up. Somehow we have waited this even though in the back of your mind, you're hearing these voices from public health experts saying Look, we may look fine now, but it's actually not fine, and it won't be fine for a little while. So we need to wait. We need to be patient. Dan Frosh reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Thank you very much for joining us now.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Oscar Ramirez and this is the day we die precondition news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA kidnappers did not kill the autistic child found dead in a South Florida pond yesterday police now say his mother did they book forty seven year old Patricia Ripley into the Miami Dade County jail saying she admitted that she killed her nine year old son Alejandro not the two men she says took about a home depot store in west Kendall Thursday Florida's unemployment rate rose to twelve point nine percent last month the state says it has processed more than a million and a half claims out of the roughly one point seven million filed the zoo in Tampa prepares to re open we have installed thermal imaging cameras that will measure the temperature of every week cast or employee that's coming into the zoo zoo Tampa CEO Joe Couceiro told news channel eight in Tampa that they put markers down for social distancing he says closing costs to do two million dollars with Florida's news I'm John McQuiston from the losses on traffic center looking at a great ride this morning in the Tampa area across all major roadways and interstates no delays or problems tell you about on I. four to seventy five or I seventy five these are made up to speed and problem free throughout Hillsborough Pinellas and Pasco county no delays reported at this time if you need to cross the bay on the Cordy Campbell Howard Franklin or Getty bridges things are also looking grateful for his cell phone on the cell and any veterans expressways Samantha canning muse radio WFLA after a mild in pretty muggy start this morning temperatures warm up quake will hit a high of ninety two with a mixture of sun and clouds and then there will be a thirty percent chance for some late day thunderstorms along and west of the I. seventy five corridor near the coast tonight we dry out lows will be near seventy three Sunday afternoon high near ninety another round of showers and thunderstorms move in but they'll move in a little bit earlier on the water today southeast winds turning west at about five to ten knots additionally meteorologist Amanda Holley the latest on the corona.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Oscar Ramirez doing the daily dive weekend edition and then all that good stuff she's a show home with you can sharpen it goes on and on and on all that to say there's no reason to go anywhere else you're getting all the news that you need anything dealing with the pandemic need that information you're gonna get it here you can also go to KFI am six forty dot com keyword virus and find out information there and I remind you again please follow on follow me on Instagram at four quarter on instrument for Porter we've been having a good time going live and just try to keep each other company and tonight on Saturday nights at nine my brother Craig joins us from his he no joke people think I'm joking he has a speakeasy a legitimate speakeasy in his home it's a gorgeous bar like nothing you've ever seen in someone's home and so he joins me via Instagram live and we do we talk about booze and stuff like that so it's for adults and we are brothers and we do get a little you know you know like brothers do but some of the things you want to have on hand if you want to play the home game Jan lemon juice Qualtrough or triple sec lime juice and Bourbon and if you're feeling he says if you're feeling particularly sassy an egg so he's not telling me what the drinks are tonight so we're gonna find out later tonight at nine join us there won't you we have a good time last week I lit a fire in my office for Shannon Ferron who joins in and once we light fires for some reason alright give us call eight hundred five two zero one KFI eight hundred five two zero one KFI all of your cooking questions were not doing baking today will do that another time but we had the opportunity to get a chef than when you're introduced you to come on and answer those questions I have a bunch too so if folks we don't get to you I will certainly jump in but give us a call if you have a question yeah I I wanna make sure show sands is easy enough but is it locked luckily luckily it love it I love it one well I looked at it and I said that looks like Laughlin but I just want to make sure I I spend half my life now people in the other half spelling it forms a block well trust me with a last name like surveyed row with two ETS the beginning I get a lot of interesting spellings and questions to not to mention pronunciations yeah Allen I ship Laughlin is the LA campus president at the institute of culinary education if you're in Pasadena and I've been following you guys since the V. redo everything what's about two years ago yeah in fact we just celebrated our our second anniversary on non March the twentieth yeah I just ate it excites me I love first I love cooking toys for once you get all those beautiful kitchen set up in there and and the gorgeous line you have going throughout and that set up is beautiful on its own but you guys are really tech forward really thinking about and focusing on by teaching and and social media and things like that so it's it explain why this campus is so precious and different you know it it will be interesting part of what we are what differentiate the education that we offer is that we have this close relationship with the industry and and such a close relationship with employer we are constantly talking to employees about what skills they want our students to have when they leave school so they leave with relevant skills that allow them to cook right away so I just ate you talk about about great police you know we just we just and it kills me that we have to suspend classes because the week before we suspended classes we got two new combi oven then because our employees are saying look if this is the thing you know we we need we need people to know how to use called the others when they come back to to work for explain what those are because this is the technology most people wouldn't have in their house although you know believe it or not of all the branded Wolfgang puck actually felt like a home version and it's a combination of a pressure cooker and then on that so it cooks with steam initially and then dried out and then finishes would drive me cooking so you can get a lot of food cooked very very fast add to a very high standard they're amazing and it's kind of like the it's it's not a C. V. but it kind it is similar in the sense that it's so precise the way you do it and the techniques allow you or the other technology allows you techniques that work much more difficult prior and so or or would be more time and labor filled so to be able to get these things in commercial kitchens was obviously a big deal I think the V. stands for vapor or something like that right that maybe this this team but that technology like that is really really cool and having that ability to use that is that even more cool so let's jump backwards a little bit chef and lower basics talk about dry versus wet cooking what that is the techniques there and sure you know what sorry chef hold tight I just looked at the time we got take a quick break and then we'll come back and talk some.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The day we died weekend edition I'm Oscar Ramirez and I'm running down some of the top stories of the week don't forget to check out the daily dive Monday through Friday for more news without the noise this past week we got a lot of viral videos of Tesla's new feature called smart Simon which basically enables the car to leave a parking spot and navigate around obstacles to pick up its owner the man is that it didn't go so well and it led to some fender benders for more on this story we spoke to Andrew Hawkins transportation reporter at the verge of what went wrong a bunch of videos were uploaded over the weekend people using this new feature this and some of their vehicle and ended up doesn't have to be anyone behind the wheel of the car and it doesn't seem like it was going so great for a number of people there is a few close near collision one person can if they got bought bumper damage when their car collided with another car that was that reversing out of a parking spot so many tweeted a photo about as well model three with that pretty damaged Bender saying that their car ran into the side of their garage these are all just sort of like a snapshot of some of the reactions that we've seen so far over the weekend but clearly not the kind of stuff that has long probably want out there in the public eye and as you mentioned there's a lot of videos my I think my favorite video so far is in a Walmart parking lot and the person is in line of sight the recording and everything and the maneuver is it very difficult you just got to pull out and kind of make a left turn and you are all pretty much there to your owner but the car has such a hard time and keeps going forward and reversing going forward and reversing and then a truck comes to try to turn into that lane kinda makes things a little more complicated and you can see the frustration in the truck driver and that's to me is kind of the funniest video of all of this is that it is a very simple maneuver and the car still cannot handle it you're watching the guy who is filming at you can just hear his frustration up in that by the boat just be like come on man come on you're over here so there might be a few bugs in the system I think one of the advantages of having a Tesla is that Catholics he that there's any sort of way that they can improve their software I can get rolled out pretty quickly the their over the air software update capability so we haven't heard back from Tesla as to what their reaction it to any of these videos but it is possible that the company is sort of scrambling to come up with some sort of Beckley that might be rolled out to catch the owners and the week that this is another example of real world complications that arise from test was willingness to beta test these features using customers obviously Tesla has been working on this for a long time and testing on their own but it just rolls out in an update like this and it's on the customer to pretty much play around with it to see how well it will work in their everyday situation and it does seem with some of these glitches that event happening maybe there wasn't enough testing done or maybe it needs to be developed more before you roll something out like this to customers edit company Tessler really had a lot of trust in their customers it's really kind of amazing I think you see a lot of other companies especially car companies try to anticipate all the worst thing that people can do with their products and try to anticipate some of that stuff and make sure that there's enough protection didn't safeguards in their products to prevent some of the things are happening castle on the other hand really prides itself on being at the forefront of the technology and at the same time they end up putting in some of the stack in the hands of people maybe when it's not quite ready yet a lot of other car companies are putting a lot more technology into their cars driving assisting programs things like that what is the future going to be as all these cars are in different stages of their technology I think it's really going to be that is complicated but possibly even chaotic I think we're gonna have as received more more vehicle hit the road with a lot more of these sort of smart features when enhanced cruise control style features like auto pilot test last auto pilot in a number of other car companies have as well or some of these more gimmicky type features like marks on and I think you're gonna see something of a collision between those type of vehicles and the majority of vehicles on the road today would you could categorize dumb vehicle that because cars that don't have quite as many sensors and as much advance software or any sort of artificial intelligence in them as some of these capsules and other vehicles so it's going to be in mesquite overlap because especially if this future comes the path that a lot of experts the people involved in the technology have been in fifteen years that I've been truly every car on the road will be self driving cars that actually we see how much safer they are and how much they do it to help reduce the number of car collision that take place number of fatal accidents crashes and back to the future that comes with that it's going to take a long time for us to sort of phased out all of your gum cards and how the dumb card since her at best with the chaos and your Hawkins transportation reporter at the verge thank you very much for joining us yeah absolutely.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A father oscar ramirez in his daughter valeria she's twenty three months old and they died within feet of the u._s. border crossing the rio grande trying to get to the united states to seek asylum are we doing enough is washington doing enough to protect and care for the people trying to get into this country no we're not any parent who sees that image has got to be profoundly disturbed that senator coons right there is a disturbing think now here's the thing it's disturbing but it's going to be used it's going to be used because politicians never ever we used to allow somewhat of a dust to settle on a situation right we used to allow a few days to go by for the emotions to happen now no not going to happen just not going to allow that we're going to use this For political gain. We're not going to use this to fix a broken system and assistant right now. Let let let's let's step away for a second right from. S situation where we're trying to fix immigration to a position where we need to just address in particular, the children, right? Let's address that. The other stuff you guys are gonna play grab ass. You're not going to do things you need to do. You're gonna use each and every opportunity to run to a microphone and talk about how it's the other side's fault. You're going to blame each other Trump's going to blame the Democrats Democrats going to blame. Trump is a bit. You're so addicted to the game. I said earlier, we need to have an intervention. Right. You're like you say, hey, you guys, you know, come over the hotel, and like a bunch of people like ankle, Sam sitting there. He's reading. used to be really cool but you're jerk now want to do the best thing for the people and now you just take our money and just laugh at us and and we can't have you here anymore so i can't be your friend so you you you go to rehab the should have happened so this'll be used and it's an awful awful horrible thing chuck schumer right who i'm no fan of reminded me today why i'm no fan of chuck schumer when he did this how could president trump look at this picture and not understand that these are human beings fleeing violence in persecution willing to risk a perilous sometimes failed journey in search of a better life yeah what we're all in search of a better life and we have laws and if we're not going to either fix those laws or enforce those laws then what the hell are we doing but it's not about that this isn't about fixing the asylum loss this isn't about the treatment of the children this isn't about anything other than photo opportunities raising money damning the other side it is the disease is is is all that cash is not the cure not the solution What's that? The disease. They love it. they're not going to give it up they're not going to soak it all up they're going to go down they're going to have their photo ops with the kids right Scream and yell. They're gonna shed tears. They're gonna take their Instagram photos. they're going to raise money and they're gonna love the politicking of at all and that doesn't help you or i or anybody else and quite frankly i say shame on everybody in that felt wait for not doing the things they need to do especially when it comes to the kids the immigration thing i've given up i don't think anybody's because i don't think they want to stop i don't think they have any desire to give it up I think they love it. They need it, it is a drug to them. And it's on us to figure out do we kick them out. do a little tough love and maybe they learn and the people that come in behind him do the right thing put people before the party have common sense immigration reform well we don't let everybody who comes here just wandered into our country give us a fake phone number and then wander around for five years and hope and pray that they show up because we're hoping to build a voter base of the future that will be permanently in the democratic side struggling do we let them wander here and keep wages down and fight against american workers for jobs and have lau companies to to to play this game now But the addiction to the money and the power and the politicking. trifecta right there kids the father son the holy spirit new money power put three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at chadbensonshow is your twitter tweet at us the debates the bates the birds tonight all right here are the rules for the debate Everybody come in. Here's the rules. No hitting below the belt, which is the first thing you should do by the way. we'll talk about that in a second second thing is five hundred sixty five moderators each one of them will have just as much time as you you'll be placed in a position based upon your poll numbers right now and where you're going to be in that position and dead center if you will for lack of better term leioa you'll be there once again you're being an absolute jerk beddoe for whatever reason you're still hanging around so you can be right next to her and then it fans it self out from there Second thing is you get one minute. And then you get a thirty second rebuttal. anyway we'll go now to me so this is the way it works out the blasi oh way over there John delaney. over there inslee next to him tulsi gabbard a._b. clovis your beto o'rourke elizabeth warren they're dead center then you've got cory booker right to the right side of egypt this is what i call it who on castro next booker tim ryan donahue he is is anybody else and then of course the blasios That's the way it's going to shape up. Now if I'm them. I never once mentioned Trump. and i run to be the nominee don't run to be the president that's what trump did now how many times i have to say when i tell you guys again trump looked around and he said i can't be president tonight i'm running to be president i've got a beat them and be the nominee i so i'm run into nominee then i'll run to be president everybody else is running to be president and they'll do the same old same they're going to talk about the same old same it's who's going to separate themselves tonight i have no idea of any of them over the next two days are going to separate themselves at all they're going to come out and talk about the same old same they've been primed for it you can already tell what everybody's gonna say case in point our program to raise the minimum wage will living wage fifteen dollars an hour and i'm proud to be leading that evidence the congress i think this house will pass that bill in a couple of weeks which isn't gonna go anywhere because we see what bills do today they passed last night they pass an immigration bill in the house senate passed today plus says i'm not looking at it so these bills mean absolutely nothing you know that i know that and i wanted in the whole living wage minimum wage kind of thing i just want to we've at one point eight million people that are on minimum wage majority of them are teenagers right and a majority of the people that are living in a half of that is people who are getting paid under minimum wage but those aren't people that are getting paid less they're making more because they're waitresses and waiters and you know you're going this but it's a great thing leaving wage fifteen bucks living wage fifteen bucks that you're going to hear that all day long this this is you're gonna you're gonna hear healthcare's it's right free education rights big banks are bad money is evil prepar blah somebody though needs to step up and remember it's not about niceties it's about if you're serious about that's about winning it's about separating yourself it's about looking over and going your plan is ridiculous it's going to cost the american taxpayers so much more money and based on the things that go on in government is probably gonna cost double that and by the time we realize it's going to be just a giant mess it's not going to work and you say it's not going to hurt the middle class but guess what it's gonna It's going to..

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News in Brief 26 June 2019

UN News

04:09 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 26 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, the drowning of father and his toddler daughter in the Rio Grande is a heartbreaking, and preventable tragedy that countries should do all in their power to prevent happening in the future, the head of the UN refugee agency, UNHCR said on Wednesday, Philippa grandees comments about Oscar Ramirez, and his twenty three month old daughter, Valeria, followed the publication of a photograph showing them lying face down in the shallows of the river, that separates Mexico from the United States. They had come from El Salvador, and according to reports were carried away by strong currents in the fast flowing river on Sunday. In a statement, High Commissioner Grandy said that their deaths represented a failure to address the violence and desperation that pushes people to take dangerous journeys in search of a life of safety and dignity, a lack of safe pathways for migrants forces them to risk their lives. He said before adding that UNHCR has suggested ways that the United States can improve and strength. And processing of asylum seekers including conditions in detention calling once more for an international criminal probe into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, special reporter, and yes, Calamar told members of the global community, the United Nations included that they should do more to protect human rights defenders and dissidents, presenting her report into the Saudi dissident's killing last October. In an stumble, the UN appointed independent rights expert told the Human Rights Council in Geneva, that there was credible evidence, supporting an additional investigation into the ball of high officials in the kingdom, including crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the evidence gathered by inquiry suggest that the killing of Mr. cash Shoghi constituted, an extra judicial 'execution and enforced disappearance and possibly an act of torture, for which the state of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is responsible. There are numero series as to the sickle stances of Mr. cashew is dead. Breath, but known leads other than to the responsibility of the state highlighting that Mr. castle. Jeez. Premeditated execution reflected, an increasing global phenomenon these special reporter insisted that if the international community ignored this, fundamental rights abuse. It risked threatening all other human rights perogatives in response to her claims. Abdelaziz Alessio Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UN in Geneva said that she had not acted within the terms of her mandate, and neither Hatschi carried out her work professionally, and finally opioids which include both heroin and legal pain relievers were responsible for around two thirds of drug related deaths in two thousand seventeen and new U N report showed on Wednesday, the number of global opioid users contained within the world drug report. Some five hundred eighty five thousand people is more than double the previous estimate the study from the UN office on drugs and crime or unco DC also shows. Is that the negative health consequences associated with drugs? I'm more severe and widespread than previously thought with around thirty five million people. Suffering from drug use disorders and requiring treatment services of eleven million people who injected drugs in two thousand seventeen one point four million live with HIV and five point six million have hepatitis C. The overall figure for drug use in two thousand seventeen is an estimated two hundred seventy one million people. That's thirty percent higher than in two thousand and nine. This is partly attributed to a ten percent increase in the global population age fifteen to sixty four but also increased opioid use in Africa Asia Europe and North America as well as high cannabis consumption in north and South America and Asia, the manufacturer of cocaine reached an all time high in two thousand seventeen with an estimated production of two thousand tonnes in two thousand seventeen up by a quarter on the previous year at the same time. Seizures of cocaine rose thirty percent to one. Thousand two hundred seventy five tonnes another record figure. Daniel Johnson, U N news.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You're listening to the daily dive beacon edition. I'm Oscar Ramirez, and we'll be right back with more News Radio twelve hundred. W O A. I tried something new was a bad idea. Many of us would still be wearing polyester. This message is brought to you by glory days grill. You may know us for our great burgers and wings, but glory days pros mix, it up with fresh cedar planks salmon cut in housing grilled to perfection or sizzling juicy stakes media ribs. We even have handcrafted cells and sandwiches bio talented chefs to change tastes good. We promise experience the glory days grill menu in all its glory glory days grill, great food, good sports. Eighty six burglars were asked how they broke into home. So they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras they detect motion, so you'll get an alert and you can see and talk to who's there. Tell the delivery guy, where to leave the package or just say, hi, with the kids. Get home blink x t to cameras start under. Hundred bucks. So thanks to blink home. Security just got easier. Blinken reser available on Amazon, and best, buy or visit blinkprotect dot com slash patrol. Blinkprotect dot com slash patrol. My team is turning the tide on cyber threats mine team is finding the small detail, Invicta nineteen is bringing new perspectives wherever work takes us. Join DD IT and own a career of possibilities, DDAT dot com slash careers. DDAT is an equal opportunity employer. Disability veteran when you wanna fun night out around DC, don't.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tober fifteenth twenty eighteen thirteen year old Jamie Kloss, went missing in Wisconsin. After her parents were killed in their family home. Jamie was missing for eight days before she was found last week. We found out the twenty one year old James Thomas Paterson was arrested and charged with kidnapping and the murder of her parents. It's unclear why Patterson targeted Jamie, but he saw her getting off a school bus. And according to investigators, he knew that was the girl he was going to take my producer maranda. Join me to break the story down and we start off by giving a timeline of events. And then what the house looked like where she was kept all that time. We know that on October fifteenth twenty eighteen James close and Denise class, the parents or found shot to death in their home in Barron a town in western Wisconsin, the next day October sixteenth investigators. So that they don't consider Jamie their teenage daughter a suspect in the parents deaths did after that act Tober seventeenth. Authorities announced that investigators believe Jamie was in the family's home. When the parents were fatally shot at one point more than two thousand people Oscar we're looking for her trying to find her. Yes. So this all started on October fifteenth. It was just a few days ago on January tenth when Jamie was found alive in the town of Gordon, it's a small community just about an hour from her home, and they took a suspect into custody. His name was Jake Thomas Paterson. He's twenty one years old, and he's being charged now with homicide for the parents and the kidnapping of thirteen year old Jamie clause, he was in court, and we learned a little bit more about Jake Thomas Paterson, we still don't have a clear motivation for what happened, but one of the big confusing things once they captured in was to find out. Why her why did he pick her? He hasn't specified. Exactly why he chose Jamie. He he said that he was on his way to work. He was working at a cheese factory. And when he was driving. To work. He saw her getting on a school bus, and he basically told himself. That's the girl I'm gonna take and he actually attempted to kidnap her two times before finally going through with that. Because every time he went over there to do it. There were too many cars in the driveway or too many people around. He would check it out. You're listening to the daily dive weakened edition. I'm Oscar Ramirez. And we'll be right back.

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"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"oscar ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Law. I'm Jeff Rosenthal co-founder of summit a thought leadership community and ideas festival, and I have a new podcast called part of the hustle. We'll be breaking down how the world's most fascinating successful. People have hustled their way to the top hearing their wisdom and understanding their ways of seeing with guests like Ireland Hamilton and Tim Ferriss, new episodes drop every Wednesday. Subscribe now on apple podcasts or listen on the iheartradio app or anywhere else. You find podcasts. This is the daily weekend addition, I'm Oscar Ramirez, and we're running down some of the top stories of the week. Don't forget to check out the daily Monday through Friday for more news without the noise. So it was be the big technological stories of the week was that of Google offshoot Waymo launching their commercial ride hailing service in Arizona, the difference with this is that it's all about the future and all about robots and self driving cars Waymo has been working on this stuff for quite some time now, and they decided to launch their new service Waymo one, which is this self driving car you just like lift you'll order it on your app. The car will come out to you. But it's going to be doing all the driving. I think in the beginning. They still have a human sitting behind the wheel just in case. But sooner rather than later, it's just going to be a car showing up by itself, we spoke to rest Mitchell with the L A times to talk about robots on the road. And we started off by talking about how big a deal this is for the industry, and how it all works. It's been called a historic milestone in the development of robot cars because it's the first truly commercial opportunities for people to pay to drive. The driverless car, however, at this point, it is limited to a few hundred customers have been pre-selected, and they will also have an engineer behind the wheel of the car. The important part of the they'll be able to summon the car with a app on their phone, although there'll be a Google engineer in the car the car will drive itself, and it won't be long. They won't say exactly how long, but it won't be too long before the cars will show up with no human inside to pick passengers up and take them from here to there. What kind of cars are they're using. And how are these new fares going to be comparable to Uber and left most of the cars in their fleet? Chrysler Pacifica, vans hybrid vans. It's very similar to Oberlin left, except they won't be a human driver. How much are they saying that Waymo could be valued? Because of this stuff a lot. Nobody knows for sure they're kind of throwing darts at the dartboard. But the dartboard ranges from evaluation of fifty billion dollars to one hundred and seventy five billion dollars by different Wall Street estimates for Waymo alone. If Waymo were split off from Google people. Who study this market and study transportation industry believe that not only will this have tremendous social and economic impacts. It will also have a business impact of creating an industry depending on your count. It will be certainly in the hundreds of billions and probably over a trillion dollars a year. Waymo is the leader in this right now everyone else is getting into the game as I said Lubar was doing stuff. I think they scaled back what they were doing with driverless cars GM, as we know was laying off a lot of workers and a lot of plants because they're refocusing on electric vehicles and driverless vehicles, and the demand is there even for Waymo they have this early writer program, which is they're testing version of all this stuff they attracted like twenty thousand applicants even though they only use about four hundred people. That's right Waymo is widely considered to be in the lead. I would guess that. If you really knew the science and engineering behind it. There may be other companies have a better approach in one aspect or another way sensor might work, but they've been out of the law. Longest they have a lot of money behind it. They have Google's mapping program already which gives them a head start. They're already advanced in artificial intelligence and machine learning those are all benefits, but there are other players in the game. Ford has a company subsidiary called Argo that is building a driverless systems GM as you mentioned has GM cruise which was supposed to be deploying commercial service in San Francisco by the end of this year that apparently has been delayed by months, and there's various other companies that are building their own systems both in the US and around the world, including in China where there are lots of big Chinese companies that are also developing this technology, one of the funny notes in your article was that Waymo had their early writer program as I said, it was kind of their beta version of this thing. So now, they have Waymo one. And one of the only difference is really is that a lot of these customers now won't be required to sign nondisclosure agreements. So they get your they get to talk about the experience now, and I've just read some people that have taken early rides in these things. They say that the rides are largely uneventful day. It drives like a normal person. Sometimes one of the accounts, I saw was the car slows down for speed bumps accelerates for lane changes, and it even overshot and the crossing line and reversed itself so it can make way for pedestrians. But you know, this technology is still early. And as I was saying, it's all about safety. And that's why they're still rolling it out in such small numbers are still a lot of work to do. There are cases where a human driver might react in one way in the robot system would react in another. They have to iron those things out. In fact, I've been driven in several robot cars in the first time, I got in one it was kind of exciting for about a minute. And then it became kind of boring. Isn't that? What you want though? Right. You want it to because then you feel better about it. Absolutely. Although there are some quirks. Like, you mentioned like going into a crosswalk in backing up to California tracks accident reports with driverless cars almost all of them have been minor. But they've been mostly situations where a driver in another car bumped into the driverless car because the driverless car was not behaving like a human often making a right hand turn on a red light would start to move forward. And then break, suddenly, maybe it's all plastic bags flying somewhere and got freaked out in press the break, whereas humid wouldn't do that you mentioned the crosswalk. There aren't a lot of drivers are going to back up because they want a few inches new across walk. So they're going to be incidents like that. And frankly, there will be some and everybody in the industry expects that there will be some crashes and deaths with these things they believe that the rate will be at a lot Mahler rate than deaths and injuries caused by human drivers. And just after you know, drive around and look at people being. Tractor by their cell phones or their infotainment systems. And I'm sure you, and I are both guilty of that on occasion there. Good reasons to think that these will be safer nonetheless. There will be accidents that the media will because it's the media, and it's to be expected we'll play out and people will notice. Well. In the meantime, the future is here. It starting in Arizona with Waymo one. And it'll be exciting to see how this technology really does continue to develop Russ Mitchell with the A times. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you..

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Five charged with abusing children on New Mexico compound face detention hearing

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Five charged with abusing children on New Mexico compound face detention hearing

"The most bizarre stories of the. Week where these eleven children that were found at a compound in New Mexico they were malnourished the FBI had. To raid the compound and then we find out that they found the remains of. A dead boy and there was also reports from prosecution documents that the man at the center of the whole thing. Was training some. Of the children with assault rifles in the hopes of attempting future school shootings it was so weird. In the story kept having all these twists and turns, talk about a story with layers Oscar there's an update, it turns out that those. Remains found turned out to be. The missing Georgia toddler with the disabilities the boy's grandfather has said that in speaking, to relatives many of whom were people who lived at this compound. They confirmed it to him so we spoke to. Ryan Morrow he's a national security analyst. Who was really at the forefront of breaking this story and he describes to us. In detail what the compound was like they said it wasn't built by amateurs the story Takes so many bizarre turns bullets check in. On this interview that I did with Ryan Morrow With the adoption of a disabled child a three year old boy in Georgia by. Father and then they find him at. This compound in New Mexico near the border with Colorado this remote area Terrorist training camp An extremist group. They're acquiring weapons they're. Shooting ring evenly one hundred fifty foot underground tunnel with He didn't escape spot They're all going on but that's Thing they need probable cause to go in even though hardly. Compound is on private, property, owner that property, were like yeah come on. In you'll need a, search warrant Finally black Friday the New Mexico learn of method that they are starving and. They need food and, water, and we're not, working on the FBI anymore And, they went in and did a remarkably earth operation that thank. God somehow. Did not result in a shootout and they arrested five ago rescued eleven kids and. They believe they have found the corpse, of, the disabled, the boy now we're learning more about the broader ramifications, of this is that they were, training the kids carry out shooting some believable The, boy was missing struggled with, seizures he had a birth defect from lack of oxygen and blood flow the father took him on a walk to. A park or something and then he never returned you had mentioned that there was. A tip that came out from the compound that the kids were hungry provided that tip somebody from within the group there, someone from within the group somehow I get a text message or something when two people in Georgia saying that they need food dot cooperating still so we know it wasn't like they were held against their will to young devices, so I guess it was they thought that their communication for. Secure at. That point and New Mexico authorities learned about it and that's when they undertook extremely. Dangerous operation on any what is it Today the father rejected modern medicine at how. You know he's exceptionally radical because even al-qaeda take medicine and he, said there to be essentially. An extra hour an Islamic prayer to accidental responsible for the disability adhere to that theory that's why the kid passed away unfortunately this content and these people, were on the radar of, FBI for quite some time as you said there was a land dispute they didn't need a search word because people. That own the land said go ahead and search it was a case where these. People that had built a compound built some of it partially on these other people's Len exactly in every single person law, enforcement out colder through their mouths drop even when they. Raided the camp He's like a. Laptop and gone to the cameras I am a question out there that we. Have is whether the boy's death was really inevitable if that the I got in earlier because they knew. The beginning of the year. That they were there this boy might have been it was not. Hard for me to get a, good idea allow they. Got the weapon finding Quainton go financial identity fraud if I can put that together as a civilian working for, clarion project in. That part of what we do help the authorities I can only imagine what rehearse were available for the. Fed talk just a little bit about the compound it's. Been described as a training camp with shooting range neighbors had heard a. Lot of gunfire consistently over the course of months the way it was. Set up didn't seem like the work of amateurs they had, like a tire perimeter and a bunch of stuff right birth people are making it sound like it was just a crazy. Guy that adopted his son found some other crazy, he on their hiding out and all my courses. Including in, the Martin community that know the family we're saying there's no way that the case Whoa quite to think of garbage but when you look at it more closely trailer that happened very that's done, for tactical purposes. Classic over that nobody could feel on the inside they put shattered glass on the ground and would with. Nail that makes it hard for people to come up. To the compound compounds that they would hear the noise and then to. Come alerted so they could start opening fire priors forming the perimeter and. Horrible condition but they were shooting up until recently in the, neighbors were saying yeah this is bad it doesn't complain work understand this is a situation neighbors are the people on earth. To try to get them victim you know there's, Katrina on your property with me for war you. Try to, get them a victory in court How far away are. Other properties what does it look like the landscape Nowhere that higher altitude on polled had no way to? Surprise I knew they were? Coming or I move on the part of police the neighbor the outer part of a. Compound they would even meet the That they stole the missing boy. There, in January and February they're coping up at there is interaction and, they had good is on the site obviously not. We're going inside and not one of those, idea underground tunnel, but enough to know? That all this is, there the neighbors are understandably giving quotes out there. Whether they're like how did this happen. I'm asking that I I

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