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Fresh update on "palm" discussed on Rick Hamada
"A lot of girls knew about it, and a lot of girls were doing it. If anybody asks if you're over the age of 18 just go ahead and go with it. There was a wealthy man in Palm Beach who was offering young girls away to make money. That man was Jeffrey Epstein, and he had set up a system designed to bring him underage girls. Local police and the federal government would investigate by their account. Find dozens of victims, Epstein would become one of the world's most infamous predators, a man who could have faced decades in prison. It served just 13 months in his own wing of a county jail. Why would you cut this deal with Jeffrey Epstein? Epstein's abuse would span years and cross state lines. New York Palm Beach, New Mexico, Paris. Virgin Islands and each one of those residences is an alleged crime scene. I'm a bee sees Marc Graham, a large and with a team of journalists from the ABC News investigative unit. We've traveled around the country Look a Jeffrey Epstein and the allegations of his horrifying abuse to hear from the girls who suffered it..
Are You Putting on Enough Sunscreen?
"As I record this, it is August which here in the northern hemisphere means hours of outdoor time under the blazing summer Sun. But even though many of us do wear sunscreen to help prevent sunburn skin cancer and the kind of skin damage that the beauty industry calls premature aging recent researches found that we're not applying that sunscreen is thickly as we should hang its effectiveness by about forty percent. Sunscreen is rated for Sun Protection factor or SPF WITH SPF thirty able to block ninety, seven percent of ultraviolet rays, the higher, the SPF, the greater the protection although even SPF one hundred doesn't block one hundred percent of UV light. The problem according to this recent research out of University College. London is that few of US US enough sunscreen to enjoy those high levels of protection. Lead author entity young explained to US via email that to calculate ratings in the lab. Sunscreen is applied thickness of two milligrams of product per each square centimeter of skin. He said, an average woman has about one point, seven square meters or eighteen point three square feet of skin for a whole body sunscreen she will need about thirty three grams or one point. One fluid ounces with three whole body applications a day that's about one hundred grams or three point four fluid ounces. For reference, a fluid ounces roughly equivalent to a shot glass of sunscreen and a large tube of sunscreen holds eight fluid ounces of product. So a person spending a full day in the Sun should use about half a tube by themself. Are you using that much sunscreen probably not young and his colleagues estimate that our real life application of Sunscreen is closer to about point seven five milligrams per square centimeter at less than forty percent of the recommended thickness as a result or not getting anything close to the ninety seven percent protection promised on a bottle of SPF. Thirty. The good news from young study is that you can get away with using less product with SPF of fifty or higher. They found that even the real world application rate of point seven, five milligrams of sunscreen per square centimeter if using SPF, fifty provided considerable DNA protection compared to untreated skin. So does that mean that you should run out and buy the most expensive SPF one hundred or spread your regular SPF thirty as thick as cream cheese on a BAGEL. We also spoke with Ivy Lee a board certified dermatologist based in Pasadena California who explained that you could. But that the best daily Sun Protection Strategy is to keep it realistic. Lee, said I tell my patients to go for the highest SPF possible. That feels good on the skin for daily use. How do you know you're really applying two milligrams per square centimeter? No one knows we don't want to induce anxiety over this we want to build healthy habits. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States and exposure to ultra-violet or UV. Light is a risk factor for all types of cancer including melanoma more than nine thousand, three, hundred Americans die for melanoma every year. UNPROTECTED EXPOSURE TO UV light damages the DNA and skin cells leaving them more susceptible to skin cancer DNA damage can result from either a few severe sunburns or a lifetime of cumulative sun exposure. Incredibly the American, Academy of Dermatology reports that getting just five or more blistering sunburns between the ages of fifteen and twenty will increase your overall melanoma risk by percents. and. Lee says that although skin cancer is less prevalent in people of color exposure to UV, light can also cause premature aging they sunscreen use will slow the appearance of wrinkles and age spots for all skin tones. Healthy sun-protection habits include avoiding sun exposure during the peak between ten am to two PM wearing a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses went outside and full sun, and of course, applying sunscreen on all exposed skin even in overcast conditions. For full coverage, Lee recommends starting the day with a cream or lotion type sunscreen preferably fifteen to thirty minutes before you step outside. Instead of measuring out of full shot glass of product, Lee tells her clients to think of applying sunscreen like a massage or can fully into the skin without missing a spot since body sizes vary and product spread. Differently there's no preset amount that works for everyone. Lease suggests reserving spray or powder type sunscreen for fast reapplication on the go the ideal is to reapply every two hours but lease as a more realistic plan is to reapply around lunchtime if you're going to be out all day. If you're heading out on water sanders snow more frequent applications are required because UV rays reflect off of those surfaces. According to Lee it's a myth that you can't burn the palms of your hands or the soles of your feet. Also, tablets and other hand held devices reflect UV light too. So pick a shady spot if you're going to spend some time in the sun scrolling.
Fresh "Palm" from Brian Mudd
"The fleet number dot com for details in export of 11 30 NewsRadio 6 10 W. Y O D. 6 10 Doppler radar tracking lots of showers across South Florida right now, a batch of rain from Palm Beach north up to North Palm Beach. We've also got more rain just to the west of Deerfield Beach, and we'll find more showers right over Kendall right now. 90 degrees in Little Havana at 11 02 The baby is among the injured after a car and train collided this morning. Palm Beach County Fire Rescue says The collision happened around nine this morning just north of Belle Glade, involving a freight train on medical helicopter transferred one adult to the hospital. The infant and the second adult were taken to the hospital by ambulance, fire Rescue and the FCC train eyes investigating the train accident. The US economy, adding 1.8.
Court Unseals Documents in Ghislaine Maxwell Lawsuit
"Unsealed documents show that Jeffrey Epstein was offering advice. Take Elaine Maxwell as latest 2015 despite her lawyer statement that the quarters socialite had no contact with the disgraced financier in a decade. Maxwell's in a federal jail in Brooklyn after her arrest this month on charges of engaging with Epstein in a sex trafficking scheme, she's trying to stop the disclosure of documents that include her sworn testimony in a civil case. Joining me is Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia Hatano, who's been covering the Maxwell case that give us the background on these documents there? This is a prolonged involved. Story goes back here. There was a young woman named Virginia Robert to Frank's, and she says that when she was 16 years old, she encounters going Maxwell at Mar a Lago. Her dad works there, the maintenance man, he gets a job at the law. She's handing out pals and ah lovely woman. British woman comes up to her She's reading a book about massage and offered her a job working for this wealthy man who wants to go looking for a private, Mr She said. She was 16 years old at the time. So she goes to the mansion. If it turns out, she's introduced Jeffrey Epstein and he immediately and Maxwell, she alleges. Forced her to perform sex acts with the two of them program and she became a sex slave she and alleges that was in 1999 2000. So then she ends up. Trying to join a law with victims of Epstein after everything gets his secret plea deal, and she makes him comments about Maxwell publicly and Maxwell coming back and issued a press release in January 2015. She makes pigments and says that this woman is a liar. Would provoke a pram a defamation lawsuit. Dupree, Suze Maxwell for Defamation and Natural gave testimony under oath questioned about the sex trafficking. Judy was very, very aggressive. Her lawyers included David Boy and this guy Bradley, Edward and Pottenger in Florida, and they really went to question Maxwell at people that worked at the stain home in Palm Beach. All kind of allegation. Soju phase allege with force have sex that you have traffic in Spain. This man including alleged princes, possibly Prince Andrew. She named him and Maxwell denies it. So what happens is the stuff was all settled right? On the eve of trial, 2015 losses got settled right before trial, And then the documents were under field. So how did all those sealed documents get unsealed before Jeffrey Epstein's suicide? But after F being gets prosecuted, the Miami Herald goes to ask why this field And the Court of Appeals. Second Circuit Court of Appeals directed that the judge who had originally had the law didn't properly feel you shouldn't have properly field everything. It was improper to keep all the documents from the public. And so that's how we get to this point. The circuit orders last on the order all these documents and fields and all the documents start hitting the docket. And the next day, Jeffrey Epstein is found dead in his jail cell of an apparent suicide. So the document release was sent back to a new federal judge to preside over what properly on field in what should not be properly and field And you can imagine there's all these implications for other people whose names may can't come off other victims who allegedly were there when the trafficking occurred or were also traffic who may not want to have their names come out there like a Jane Doe Juan and a Jane Doe two and no Mortal, Jane Doe and also John Doe. So Judge Preska on July 23rd shelter hearing after you know, Matthew now been charged and says, Okay, let's go and have a hearing about what you get on field, So she ordered the first transfer documents to be unsealed last Thursday night, So that's how we get to the testimony. Maxwell with questioned under oath. The government used the testimony as a basis say stay. She lied and committed two counts of perjury for lying when she claimed she was never present. When Ft may have been sexually abusing, underage girl know, and she'd seen anything like it, she was not aware of that activity, illegal activity no more. President ever witnessing it so that testimony remains under seal because she went for an emergency motion and after the court of Appeals to again stop the release. Thursday night, the 30th so that was on 11th hour stock about part But the rest of the documents hit the docket starting at like 9 30 on Thursday night. How many documents are already out 2000 pages released in August. So that's when we started first seeing these allegations of possible you know Prince Andrew's involvement, some captains of industry more implicated some senators from former president their allegations that were flight records of people who were on the plane. Two F Things Iowan in the Virgin
Rob Kardashian poses shirtless in pool selfie
"Rob Kardashian shows off massive weight loss in shirtless poolside photos. I say that with emphasis because shirtless is spelt in all caps, And if you know how to read the Internet, That means they're shouting at you. They're yelling at you, and they want you to know how very shirtless he it's like Rob Kardashian is Julie Andrews in the sound of music and Instead of spinning on the mountaintop. He is swimming in the pool shirtless. How excited the hills are alive with the sound of Rob Kardashians back. And here's the thing Calling. There's like this headline is just like is just beyond pathetic and so distracting. For a number of reasons, but what I'm going to start with the actual picture that Rob Kardashian shared of himself. It is a selfie. That he took in the pool that's cut off at the neck. You can see his shoulders. You can see his shoulder and he is I can confirm. He appears to be shirtless appears, you know he could be wearing some kind of gusset. That's true. He could be wearing those air. Very fashion forward or some kind of, you know, a skims a man's there. Yeah. Just wait there Going skims line is going to start with, uh, with the bro. Oh, yeah, seared it. It's only a matter of time. But this isn't this isn't mean anything. Well, congratulations. Rob's going swimming in Palm Springs. It's hot. He's probably not going to wear a shirt also saying the fact that before with quote unquote fat, Rob Would the Rob Kardashian that was shunned away from the spotlight because, oh, goodness, he could not be looked at because he was so hideous. Well, now he's just shirtless, and he's ready to be robbed ability dated it just
Samsung's curved displays make your phone look good but lose out on practicality
"Samsung who introduced us all to curve displays Doesn't really do curve displays in the same way that they used to. They started with the most dramatic curve and every year they've moved back and back and back, and the Galaxy s twenty devices. They still have a curved display, but it's like not even noticeable like you have to you have to look for it and. Consumer feedback says it's a worse experience. Yes. The phone looks cooler. I'd give it that but it is a worst experience for the consumer every single time that you give a phone curve display and also like the whole thought about about like if you double up the curve because there's a curve on the back. But if there was a groove on the front than someone would like, they would probably say something like, Oh, it makes the phone thinner. Well, we don't necessarily need our phones to be thinner now do we like? Oh, they're thin. Enough eight eight. Eight millimeters is just an honestly it doesn't make the phone thinner. It just makes the edge thinner, which makes it harder to hold because it's a digging into your fingers in your palm it's like a knife. Trying, holding a sharp rock, I will say my favorite part about this phone. As much as I dislike the color, the quality of life of this is really good as a phrase I've been using a lot because just one handed use. Easy it's not that big of a very, very ergonomic various economic. Thank you. It's a good way to put it and knowing me like it's still I still put stuff on the phone to make it even easier to use like I still use my mom and my pop sockets so The cases. I do so it comes with case which not all one plus phones do props to them on that. Thing I don't like the single mono speaker at the bottom of the device they could have put in Stereo speakers compared to all other one plus devices. That's a huge step back. But the performance out of the snapdragon eight sixty five G. is sixty hundred. Seven yes seven six. Seven. Nine hundred, eighty, two, one. Rising seven. The rising seven. Now, the performance that you get out of this thing is honestly really good I've been. You know me I've been playing my. Call of duty. Mobile. And it. I'm so glad I found streaming services because I'm on PS four plan I should be doing more stadium with this phone. Yet. But so that has nothing to do with the performance of the that's what I'm saying. You're really not taxing anything that exactly. That's like watching a netflix movie exactly better. Battery Life when gaming. Oh, that's why. Yeah, that's like I can game for twelve hours I'm like your phone, not even high on Wi fi. Streaming. So performance here is actually really good. There's you can play call of duty mobile on Max Setting. You can play fortnight almost at Max Setting. Full frame rate and that ninety hertz refresh rate for a phone at this price is really good. The the display is impeccable for the price
Apple Fire in California sending 'large area of smoke' to Phoenix, hundreds of miles away
"Smoke from the apple fire in Riverside County, California and Katya hours wildfire expert Jim Cross joining us now first, Jim just how big is this fire? And also, why is the smoke settling here in the valley hundreds of miles away? Well, the fire is close to banning not far from Palm Springs area. It's more than 21,000 acres. At one point, it was 12% contained. Now they've back it down. 25% contained for a while, It was down to zero, but it is pumping up up a a tremendous tremendous amount amount of of smoke. smoke. Looking Looking at at the the video video of of that that ended ended up up in in the the state state of of Arizona. Arizona. Plenty Plenty of of it it in in the the valley valley a a little little bit bit worse worse yesterday. yesterday. Ah, Ah, little little more more clear this morning and the weather service is hoping for the next couple of days. Things will clean out a bit. Yeah. Are we get a little bit of a breeze or something to blow it out of here because it's just makes you wanna hold your breath. Yeah. I mean it really small like a campfire around the valley This morning. The wind in California's what drove it over here and again, You know, it covered places like Prescott and Kingman and Flagstaff in that area. Phoenix. Of course, the whole Valley wins in California drove it here and kind of parked itself over the Valley because we haven't had a lot of wind lightly, which would usually get with the monster and if we had one But the weather service is hoping things will pick up a little bit up in the atmosphere of the winds tomorrow night and maybe Wednesday and blow this stuff out of here. I gotta pee. Yesterday morning. I saw the Red sunrise. The Red Centre was like, okay, Red sky. Don sailors be gone, right? So maybe a storm because I didn't know what was going on. And in the sunset was red as well. So he's days will get a monsoon one of these days. Thank you very much. That is ours. Jim Cross.
Hurricanes complicated by COVID-19
"To natural disasters are making life even more difficult as those same areas battle corona virus outbreaks in Southern, California? It's a wildfire forcing people from their homes and in Florida tonight, it's a tropical storm strengthening slightly tonight, getting ready to move North Governor of North Carolina warning that during the pandemic, your home has been the safest place. But that might change we begin tonight with Kerry Sanders in Satellite Beach Florida. Tropical Storm Isa Years Hitting South Florida with wind and rain wreaking havoc in West Palm Beach and knocking out power along the coastline crews working to restore electricity to tens of thousands strong surf and rip currents closing Jupiter Beach and others, and the worry is not over with more than four hundred, Eighty, seven, thousand cases of Corona virus health officials are anxious. Some have held hurricane parties to ride out the storm I hope that there weren't any parties, but if were going. To, pay the price for it because likely corona virus would spread with people in a room together. Absolutely it is a Nin menacing infection that that translates very easily fearing they'd be hit by a Hurricane Health First Cape Canaveral hospitals surrounded by water only a mile and a half from the Atlantic Ocean evacuated its covert patients to another hospital, an hour's drive inland. So if this was a test, you passed repass grade and going forward now because we're still in hurricane season. We're more prepared. Now than for the next one, you know we'll get better and better, and that's the that's the goal is always get better. Instead officials say SAS has turned out to be a practice run the hurricane season lost another four months.
Tropical Storm Isaias Arrives To Florida
"Storm Yes has already begun bringing heavy rain to parts of Florida correspondent Randi Kaye and Palm Beach County says the state is preparing for the worst. The governor says that we are prepared. Still recommending people have 3 to 7 days worth of water and food on DH medication just in case and, of course, the key thing Is those generators at the nursing homes and the assistant living facilities here, especially after what happened back in 2017 after Hurricane Irma knocked out the air conditioning at a nursing home here in South Florida, and 14 residents parish so That is certainly concerned, but the good news is no word of that so far this year is weakened from a hurricane to a tropical storm. Yesterday,
Miami - Florida Braces For Potential Impacts From Tropical Storm Isaias
"Air up for parts of South Florida As Tropical Storm PCs moves north from the Bahamas, we get the latest on the storm from CBS News. Florida is bracing for heavy rain, strong gusty winds and storm surge as tropical storm Besigye's bears down on an already area suffering from the pandemic. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports from Riviera Beach, We've noticed the winds become increasingly stronger as Visayas approaches Florida There are potential impacts for most of the states East Coast, But the areas of highest concern are from here in Palm Beach County and up north along the I 95 corridor. Debbie Debbie Flippy Flippy was was shopping shopping in in Fort Fort Lauderdale. Lauderdale. Seven Seven cases cases of of water. water. I I have have lots lots of of batteries batteries in in case case the the power power goes goes out out of of lanterns. lanterns. I I have have plenty plenty of of food food and and keep keep a a lot lot of ice in the freezer. Although the storm has weakened from a hurricane to a tropical storm is expected to regain strength overnight. Forecasters say the center will move within miles of Florida's East coast on Sunday, possibly as a Category one hurricane CBS News
Isaias heads toward Florida's coast
"Florida is awaiting landfall of Tropical Storm is with weakened from a hurricane. Earlier this afternoon, the National Hurricane Center is predicting storm surge of 2 to 4 feet. Potentially. That's Florida's governor, Rhonda Santis, as his date prepares for a potential landfall. By now, Tropical storm Issayas Santis has already declared a state of emergency. Palm Beach County has issued a voluntary evacuation order for zone a from mobile homes, substandard homes or homes in flood prone areas. Those in this zone should listen to their local officials and seek shelter as appropriate. It's expected to re strengthen into hurricane as it turns north, along the East
Miami-Dade County among Florida locations closing COVID-19 test sites because of tropical weather
"Bad news out of Florida for a third straight day. Florida has broken its own record for the number of corona virus deaths in a single day. Let's go to CNN's randy case joining us from West Palm Beach Randy. You're one of the testing sites that are not actually being closed down due due to an incoming storm that may hit Florida right now and the next day or so what's the latest? Right there watching this tropical storm Wolf that is brewing out there. So Florida has decided to close all state run testing sites throughout the state. I'm at one of them here in Palm Beach County in the county they are actually closing all eight state run testing sites. The one where we are at has served about thirty thousand people It's open five days a week they also do antibodies testing here, but earlier in the day. We were here and they were dismantling it. They were taking apart the tents and the polls and some of the cones that's because those would not be able to withstand those tropical storm force winds. But this is one of the hardest hit counties in the state. So certainly, some concern about closing these sites even further south of here in Miami Dade, they're closing thirteen sites in Miami Dade. County, that's the hardest county they still. Have A positivity rate there of about eighteen percent. So some concern still there and in Broward county another hard hit county here they are closing twelve site. So in all in these three hardest hit southern counties in southern Florida, they are closing thirty three state run testing
Miami-Dade County reports 30 new COVID-19 deaths
"The coronavirus continues to have a deadly effect on both the young and old alike. The Florida Department of Health yesterday announced 30 deaths and Miami Dade County, including those of 28 year old man and a 102 year old woman, Broward County recorded 31 deaths and Palm Beach 16. Statewide. It was the deadliest stay the pandemic so far, with 216 deaths announced and over 9400 new cases of the
Nazis Stole Thousands Of Musical Instruments. Where Are They?
"The Nazi plunder of Jewish owned artwork in Europe during World War two is well known, but the Nazis Also looted thousands of musical instruments from Jews. A conference of researchers in Paris discussed this looting. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley was there, and she sent this report in the spring of 1945 with Paris liberated, but the war in Europe not yet over, French officials announced that hundreds of stolen pianos would be exhibited in three warehouses. French archivist Caroline Picket, E says those who'd lost an instrument were invited to write letters to make an appointment to take offence. You know, you know, I was astounded to find their pianos and so many Jewish homes, even the most modest ones for Taylor's in corset makers. These families were not well off, but they had a taste for music. Families before the war played the classics, says P. Getty Show Palm Mo's art and popular tunes of the day. Musician and historian Vellum. Jeffries has written what's considered the defining work on the Nazi pillaging of musical life in Western Europe, he says. Around 1935 the Nazis started documenting European Jews holdings in art, literature and music. So where Germany faded. Crams it May title 40. They're already commandos ready to seize and steal all the cultural things off youth in France. They emptied. The apartments of prominent musicians who had fled. The next wave of plundering came with the deportation of ordinary Jews beginning in 1942. It's really a very sophisticated personalization the Jews, of course, sent to concentration camps in their processions. Were catalogs and inventoried and systematically sense to mainly German people has had several strong The Allied bombings. Both Defreeze and Picket E were at the Paris gathering of scholars. So was Carla Shop pro who teaches law and European studies at the University of California, Berkeley. A pro, says there are families still looking for their instruments. But the work is difficult because the documentation is so scattered. Every nation has records. There's many, many different bodies of records. And went out looking at all of those and seeing their interconnections.
"palm" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio
"Like the way that that Niles Dammit, you know set Sarah apart that he that he he's like. That he recognizes that she is. Singular and special and that it's not just because they're trapped in the time loop together but they. Like it's about like choosing a person and recognize. All of that stuff is You know it's It it. Really it really worked on me. Yeah. I. Think part of it is the like the romance in this I think is is really sweet in a way that. We don't necessarily always get like they. The the getting to know you part I thought was really nice. It wasn't like. It's it's colored and sort of ruined by the fact that we find out that they had already fucked before. But if you like remove that a little bit like they just like get to know each other because they're stuck in this space and it seems like they sincerely like each other and so when they do actually have sex, it's like a very concerted effort to be like, okay. It's now time to do this because we really like being with each other and so at the end when. At the very end when he like you know he's like, I, love her and Blah Blah Blah and he she wants to get out of this and he wants to stay in it because to him. It seems like the best thing that's ever happened to him is meeting this person and he doesn't want to break that spell and she says. Like when he's like when they're negotiating the the relationship before they're about to blow themselves up. He says, what if we get sick of each other or she says, Sarah says, what have we get sick to each other and he? He's just the way he says, we're already sick of each other just in the lake we've been through so much together. We know that we like being around each other right and she's like it would life would be more bearable with you. It was it just felt. It felt established. It felt like a comfort. Yeah, I mean, it felt like it felt like you had a basis in like he has the foundation of experience from which to declare that because he knows what it's like to go for fucking ever without feeling connected to another person and so then doesn't yet like and it wasn't like puppy love either, right? No, we love each other so much going to last forever, and then you hate each other in a month or whatever. Right? It exactly like to me. As ridiculous as the premise of this film inherently absurd as the promise of this film is I feel like it. It did it does have that earnest desire to treat the dynamic of their relationship at. As sincerely and substantially as possible while still being a a fun silly, you know a- charming sweet kind of romantic. Comedy Film but yeah out like. that that he you see this change in Ham and as he as he understands that like life just means more when you have a connection a a meaningful connection to other to other to other people you know obviously I like that a lot. I also being the cynic that I am I. Did love that. He he makes this declaration in the cave for they're about to blow each other up. and. Like you know you're everything I can't live without you. I don't WanNa live without you whatever, and crucially Sarah says I would be just fine without you. Like it better. Yeah. Yeah I, love that Cardi statement you. It's just it's so authentic and so real that I was just like Oh. Yeah. Okay. Golf Clap for that one I really do like. Yeah, totally, and you know the movie itself like is very colorful in a way that I feel like was refreshing like just the aesthetics of being in Palm Springs right at the desert the like the pools and the like the. It's visually stimulating in a way that felt light and fluffy and that we felt. Refreshing to me, and the music does a great job of enhancing that atone as well. I think it's it's the soundtrack is really excellent. There are a few interestingly like there are a few I think this movie deliberately. Leaves a few little lingering questions are puzzles that it doesn't answer which are just you know not central to what the film is doing or what it's about, but are just kind of fun to to think about. So for instance, there's the old woman older woman at the wedding rue at the. Towards the very end like the on basically like Sarah's Niles like last night in the time loop, she says very. Sort of enigmatically something like well I guess you'll be going soon which right like what does that is she may so my little head can around that is oh, she's in a loop, but she doesn't want to leave because she's old and maybe she's alone and maybe it's like it's too scary. You know like it is that comfort to her of just like that exists I but I don't know but it's like it's clearly like the film just wanted to like plant a seed of like what's up with that that's interesting. Well, they're. Also another question of and maybe this isn't a question, but it was to me. So there's the sense that like they because Sarah knows that tomorrow will calm brace she solved the problem she knows how to do it. So she has a very nice time at the wedding rates. She makes sure that that last day is good right so it's not like you know her sister loses her teeth is the last day or what have you? Right? She says a nice speech everyone dresses nicely, Yadda Yadda Yadda. There's no nothing out of the ordinary. But the way that they show you like at sort of mid credits or you know towards the end where apparently Sarah had called Roy and said, I solved the problem. This is how you get out of it. Roy Shows up at the wedding on in his own time loop and Niles doesn't recognize him or knows who he is. Yeah Yeah. Like last day is what day is the memory of Glenn is what because? Because you if you leave the time loop, then does that mean that everything reset somehow? Yeah I think my like my little. Woman. With math equations hovering in front of her gift. Acclimation for that is that is that that's only four. Roy. Because he still in the time loop but that in the reality that Niles and Sarah are in like everyone who who, in that reality would remember the wedding as it happened that day but there's also the discrepancy or the question of. Of Sarah says that the how she knows that it works is that she uses like a is it a goat or an animal to test that theory and then And then when the loop resets the the animal has gone but but then but so but then. Sarah and Niles. Dawn for Roy in his time loop why wouldn't they be gone like I? Don't? I. DuNNo. Whatever. Not. Questions that matter at this is what I actually love about time loop in time travel movies, and also this came up for us when we talked about the old guard is there like there's so many questions we can ask like there's no nothing's ever going to answer and all of the questions and be so low like solid lead tightly. Created and so I kind of enjoy this part of these kinds of..
Listening To Your Needs
"This is episode one thousand, Forty Eight of the daily Meditation podcast. I'm Mary Medically and here you are showing up for yourself doing one of the best things you could possibly do for yourself as you give yourself a little more peace, energy and clarity today. How are you doing I? Wonder how you're doing with your challenge. In each weeks, series I share a challenge with you, and this is what you can do each day. This can attune new to. The theme were exploring this week. I know it's not always easy to sit down every single day. In stillness especially these days because there are a lot of distractions and a lot of things happening. But if you could even on those days when you just can't really find time to sit and stillness. Do the challenge your challenge. This week is to do something kind. To Nourish yourself each and every day. Our theme this week is all about self care in a gentle way. Spend pretty harsh lately, pretty harsh out there, dealing with a pandemic and. Fear and uncertainty. This is happening on a global scale. So you. Doing Such a good thing for yourself being right here so my challenge. For you today as you sit in stillness is to do today's meditation technique, which is a moot Mutiara. Is Way you position your hands that activates a corresponding. Of Your brain so when you do the Mutiara. For today, it is going to help you. Tap into your inner truth. Your position your hands as if you're holding a lotus flower as if your hands actually represent a Lotus pedal now you can take a look at what the Muccio looks like over on the SIP dot and Dot Com instagram page I share a full slowdown guide. Containing each technique. You're exploring this week, so you might enjoy that guide that way. You can tap into your gentle self. Care needs anytime you need to, so it's there waiting for you. You'll see a photo of. The mood. It's simple to do if you want to hold your hands upward at your chest with fingers, and your thumbs upward just. Hold your hands together. Touching your wrists together as though you're holding a bowl or a lotus flower. In your palms, so the size of your little fingers touching each other. And the size of your thumbs are touching each other. Your other fingers on each hand extended outward. This is the Lotus mood. Now. The Lotus flower has a very prominent. Symbolism in meditation and Yoga because the load is. And is. Representative of the souls. For True? A lotus flower has a long stem. That stretches. Deep into the murky waters of a pond. And it. Settles itself deeply into the muck and the Merck. Of the pond? The roots extending into the mad. And yet above the water flow. This beautiful opened blossom. Red Purple Pink Lotus Flowers. They float on the top of the pond, so they reach up through the Merck and the mind and open up. To An expression that's so beautiful. And this represents. Your Soul's journey. All the hardship including and maybe especially now. As? We're all touched by this pandemic. We're trying to keep our heads above the water reaching for the light. Especially you because you are here. Listening for the Meditation Technique. To do it. To, calm your mind and body. Piece is powerful. It is. One of the most powerful forces. So when you allow yourself to sit in stillness. To rise above the stress, the overwhelm the distractions fear the anxiety. You allowed yourself to unfold to new possibilities. And that is your truth. There's always possibility. So this is what's true. Reach for this and strive for it. Hang on to it. Cherish it.
"palm" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"There's no goat. Does no disciplinary. Well, it doesn't engage with the specifics of the loop the way that palm springs for better or worse, you know it's sort of a magical. What's it that happens to fill and they're very purposefully is no explanation for it, so that is maybe at heart. The biggest contrast between these two films is the desire to sort of. The mechanics of the time loop, let's be explaining the mechanics of the timeline genevieve. You wanted to talk about single settings storytelling, an awful lot of mechanics in both of these moves are defined by the degree to which the protagonists can only get so far. Palm Springs Explores that a little more in that Niles is apparently made it quite far out of town before falling asleep, but you know the canucks are also slightly different. What do you think is interesting about single serving storytelling in these two films offers in the name of accuracy. You know and to my hat to the cinema. Ends of the world, like neither of these strictly single setting they both venture out of their their little bubbles here and there, or in the case of groundhog day start outside the Ba- the bubble and travel into it. You talked a lot in the first half on groundhog day about the small town setting, and what it brings to the story and sort of how it plays into both the themes, and the morality of it, and we also have already kind of talked about the effect of Setting Palm Springs. Springs at a wedding how that contributes to sort of the emotional core, but what kind of struck me in thinking about these two settings and again I kind of alluded to this in the first half and groundhog day is how they function as romantic settings, because as I said like small town, Pennsylvania in February on groundhog as not a setting that screams romance, but it sort of becomes romantic through the function of the story in the relationship, and in Palm, springs a wedding is sort of inherently A. Setting albeit one that a lot of people bring emotional romantic baggage to that makes it not romantic, and I think that is something that that palm springs plays with develops a lot as well so I don't know. Maybe this is sort of repetitive of what we've already discussed in. Maybe it would be more fruitful to talk about sort of the single setting as a comedic factor, but I guess what I thought about in this connection was more about the settings as a function of the film's romantic storylines I mean at least from the community angle. It seems to be that one of the things about these movies. And All groundhog day style movies really is in a way inviting you to take more notice of your surroundings and the possibility of your surroundings, and how much everything in your surroundings is an opportunity? Probably an opportunity lost because everyone of these stories, and it goes onto happy death date goes under Russian doll like it goes onto edge of tomorrow..
"palm" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"How both of these movies kind? Kind of explore the idea that pleasing yourself is harming yourself, but not necessarily in a hugely harmful way just like a nonproductive way over time I think these movies. It's weird. They're both in theory juvenile in a way. They're very playful humor. Both of them kind of flake rely on some relatively low brow gags, but ultimately they're both kind of like sophisticated emotional tracks about being a up under this interpretation, though is linked to your disappointment, emily, about the actively breaking this loop rather than rather than using the tools as opposed to create a better space for themselves that the get out of it. That way I think there's a very twenty twenty quality that idea. Groundhog Day suggests that we all can like be perfected. We can all work on ourselves long enough that we could become better people I think palm springs suggests, and this is a very millennial answer to this question that like we have to find a way to break out if the systems we become trapped in ourselves and. To tushes point about these movies having kind of a religious quality to them I do hope that you know in two Hundred Years Andy Sandberg's like face is emblazoned on churches everywhere and like Palm. Springs becomes a key religious. Follow. Current era, but yeah I do think for as much as I wish. There wasn't an explanation of the time loop I. Think the idea of having to do something to escape. It is a potentially powerful one and consciously doing that thing to escape it. It just felt a little bit too much like trying to explain the rules of something like the island on lost I was like I get it I can make it up in my own head, but like you don't actually need to tell me step by step how it all works. You're familiar with the show lost emily. I've watched a few TV shows actually in my time credible. Would you recommend it over? I would I love it? I love it so much. Yes. Let me, ask you this. was there any disappointment that this film has a day? Mom of me would. It would have been okay ended with a question. Mark of what whether they get out of the loop where they don't I..
What the Pain We Experience in Our Body Really Means
"The more that I learned about functional medicine and wellness. The more I'm sort of convinced that are more than our diet more than anything else. It's really our emotional health that really everything you could be eating perfect diet, but if you're troubled mentally by something, if something's on your mind, if you're afraid to have a particular conversation, whatever you can drive yourself sick and I'm sure you see it. People coming in, and there's this tension in their body, and they're doing all the right things, and you kind of maybe have a hunch what you say to those people. And how do you help them? Kind of dig it out when it's emotionally related. This, that's such a good point I think you know even Chinese medicine, there are certain organs that hold certain emotional centers for example. I know a lot of people on here can probably relate to having tight. Hip Flexes Hip flexor traditionally related to the emotion anger, so if we are going back to how emotions are stored in the body, they are stored not only in our organs also China's in the liver. is a seat of anger and so going back to movement and stretching and paying attention to that. Sometimes you know you. You hear people who take up yoga for example they do this yoga class, and they might be crying at the end of it or something. That's because or you know they go to a body worker Tom. Myers is a big leader in the fossil world. And he says you know sometimes he doesn't agree with body workers who just go in super aggressive and like you know working on people for that exact reason, because sometimes we are harboring whatever emotion in our body the motion is stored in the body exactly and so the minute. You know you sort of needed gentle and I find when I'm working on people's hip flexor to like there's an immediate you can see it in their face like when you touch their hip flexor. They cut F-. There's kind of this like you have to ask permission. You're sort of you know slowly pal painting in and then slowly working on it because you. You just can't go in and immediately work on it with crazy pressure for certain people. You know because they might have that, but yet I don't know them all off on my head, but emotions are definitely stored all over our body, our muscles and our organs, and so what I would say to those people a again is what the advice that I. I would say anyways is start with movement. Start with getting your body worked on 'cause. Sometimes it's hard for people to go in and a notice what the feelings are feeling, but I do say to my patients put a if I had a record or in your head all day long. What kinda thought it'd be coming up. We'll be the themes that keep. Keep coming up. What will be the tone that kept coming on the record? That's playing exactly. Yeah, and you know we always say what's the story that's playing over and over in your head right so Yeah I. Think I I think the good thing about that is that the body also impacts the brain so sometimes when you can't walk through some. If to ask yourself and look at yourself like where are you and do you need some work on the body? you know. Do you need to try tapping? Do need to see yes. A chiropractic doctors familiar with functional medicine. Do you need to do something to unlock things a little bit and to release this past stored? Trauma Center. That's inside the body that just stagnant. Oh for sure, even doing body scans. You know lying down and Kinda just in your head, saying okay, how are my fingers feeling? How is my palm of my hand feeling? How is my forearm feeling? How is my upper arm? Feeling and doing a whole scan of your entire body? Sometimes you'll, your mind will take you to certain places, and that might be an area of storage, and you might feel really sad. When you do a certain scan somewhere, you might feel. Feel really happy when you think of somewhere and that is exactly goes back to those emotions, disconnection from one's inner world is often caused by internalization. We feel things, and we keep them inside instead of expressing them with the people around us. We don't always process. Are True feelings? My dear friend John Immoral a Chiropractor, author and educator talks to us about how this disconnection can create stress, pain and trauma inside of our bodies. Some people don't even have a reference for a what it's like to be in flow they. Have felt truly. Ease and peace and flow and expansion energy flowing, because the body's been in a hyper vigilant state since they were going, and they have no referencing for even what could be possible, and I found that along the way so many human beings like the initials, my own experience, because I had very severe asthma, asthma and allergies, and all these reactive things happening in my body, growing up, and I was treated with. Injections for years I was given. It has been hailers giving cortisone creams, corticosteroid so I was. I was being treated from the outside in because my body was reacting to the environment, but my body was reacting to the environment because what I realized in my journey was because I was. I was feeling strong feelings and experiences that I didn't. But I wasn't connected to what I was feeling, so my I couldn't associate in a dialogue or a relationship with my inner world with my body, sensations and feedback, so it was numb. Inside
Jeffrey Epstein’s New York, Palm Beach Homes to List for $110 Million
"On the Corona virus in New York, New York, reporting 750 new cases a 2/10 of 1% increase in line with the previous week's average. State recorded 10 deaths.
Walmart shopper charged with pulling gun during mask dispute
"Manage charged with pulling a gun during a mask dispute at Wal Mart. Are there any other disputes now? At Wal Mart? No, those are the go to disputes. Vincent, who's 28 faces to gun charges. He pointed a gun at another Wal Mart shopper who had told him to wear a mask, according to officials. Charged with aggravated assault with a firearm, improper exhibition of a firearm. He surrendered to the Palm Beach County, Florida sheriff's deputies. He's a software developer. He told investigators he had been wearing a mask. But it got wet in the rain as he pushed his father in a wheelchair through the parking lot. That made it difficult to breathe, so he took it off. The argument started. When the other guy's young daughter almost walked into him. The men agreed in their statements that the Other guy told him he should wear a mask and that this guy who's now In custody and pulled a gun cursed at him. And this is where it took a turn. The other guy, not the guy with a gun, but the other guy. The guy who got cursed at Told him Don't curse in front of my daughter. Well, then I was on like Donkey Kong. They started yelling obscenities at each other. I guess the no cursing thing kind of goes away once Yeah. Once you're about 10 feet away, which is what they say they were. And enough of senators get thrown, I guess then all obscenities. Khun go right. You can just let it go both ways. And then When Vincent raised his middle finger at the other guy. The other guy advanced, pointing his umbrella at him. And then Vincent. 28 year old software developer, pulled a gun from his waistband and pointed it at the other guy. Whose daughter then grabbed him by the hand and tried to pull him away. Of course, the software developer with a gun is Xiang Li Threatened threatened me and my dad. Hit me in the far ahead with his umbrella tip. I mean, you know, there's all of that right? Then he said that he holstered his gun, and he and his father left the store. Now you'll be interested in this. The other guy said he didn't want to press charges. He did want, though, for Vincent. Try not to use people's last names. That's why keep calling invention. The 28 year old software developer He did want him. The other guy did toe lose his concealed weapons permit. But he didn't want to pursue charges.
"palm" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"She's like, but he now has this information about where she has never shows up about hotel room. There's literally a smash cut in the movie where I was like Oh now he's GonNa show up like knock on that door. And he didn't. Come back him could be because it's a weird writing, or because he he's really so passive and. Go with the of his character, but you're right. That is where you could sort it out and come up with an alternate solution. If you wanted to hate because we haven't mentioned yet I feel like we have to talk about. Roy J K, Simmons Character. If only because I, just really want. Just, entirely about Roy, he's such a great character, and just reminded me of how funny J. K. Simmons can be I. Guess We're used to seeing him. Be Funny and that kind of martinet yelling mode that you always see him in, but his character, and this has a different quality of kind of sweetness, and and I absolutely loved him especially in the scene where they do some kind of drug that seems that it wants to die their noses, bright, yellow, bright, green like this really farcical scene of the to them, getting high in bonded together I, loved it. Right which is how Roy ends up in the time loop in the first place like Niles just they do. Shit lit a drugs together and Niles, just kind of totally blitzed like wandering way towards the cave the end, and hasn't really aware that he is meet a dragging right with them or doesn't. It was too high to care at that point and Roy like there is extremely unhappy about having been. Pulled into this endless circles, so that's why he is initially hunting in December down with the bone marrow, so you get that typical kind of shaky Simmons. Ask, character, he perpetually refers to him as ship bird. And then we get towards the end of the movie. He disappears for quite a while from the plot, and then eventually Niles Kinda tracks him down in Irvine. which is where he's from one of plot points. Is that Roy? Kind of only shows up later in the loop because he lived away from the wedding venue and had to make his way out to palm springs, so he only shows up in the afternoon. Now's goes and tracks him down and Roy has basically heap made peace with his situation when they're doing drugs in the first place Roy is talking about Oh man I got. So of being married to this woman and I got her pregnant and got stuck and got married, and we had two kids, and he's basically an unhappy with all of that and kind of drowning his sorrows in coke, or whatever it is, and the monopoly finally tracked him down Roy has kind of made peace with it, and he's out back grilling, watching his kids clammy yard. COOKING TUNA steaks for everybody whenever he's just..
Andy Samberg on New Movie 'Palm Springs'
"Visit Popcorn with Peter Travers. This is N.. December who is in. You're not going to see a more fun and more well. You can think about things that happened in a two ident palm spreads. This is you at your very best buddy, thank you good. Yeah! Thanks, even if you're living the life of misery and a pandemic. People are loving you everywhere. that's the hope you know. Obviously when we made, it was did a very different spirit, but it has somehow Hagen this new meaning with everything that's happening code and quarantining. You know having to live with yourself and figure out. What to do with life when you're kind of limited in your options. Very Limited, but you know you have your wife and dawn rights. You're not alone in this world. True I, much better off than my character Niles in realize. So I want you to before we start this. Explain to people what comes springs really is about. Their. Did you alive the movies basically? Tell you this. When I when I received the script one of the main reasons I wanted to make it was so. We could shoot in Palm Springs. And I was going to be able to bring the family up there and staying love. You know rental home. In hang their go to Melvin. Go Dancing, and I love Palm Springs. It truly was a motivating factor and then. You know the budget was the budget. In the end we got the California tax rebate which makes it so if you say, it's an La production. At you can't leave the thirty mile zone and palm springs outside of that it became. Story all perspectives listen to you obstacle. Yeah, I know I know storing. Wow. I'm scared for you, my friend. You've got the jargon. How it's over. I'm hoping to just you know a out and just produce. That's right. You have a birthday coming up, so that will be. Down its own my thought we want to consider what I know. It's going to be a quarantine vide.
"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys
"She should be able to get a job. Any certificate to prove it. I guess have to use her like Matt Damon. Sort of like solve a math problem knowledge. Yeah, but. He'll think you'll have the wisdom of life. Wise Right? Yeah! He was playing with them, and he could always go back and know how to pick up any of them, ladies and dudes. That's IT Brad. Do you think you would experiment in that department? If you were in stuck in the same day over and over again. Why not? Day Oregon I mean. Yeah. And I I love like in the beginning cal. Right like life is futile without some sort of companionship. Yes, and you especially living in her and I know they tried to throw into like no, just because because that was her thing was I'm stuck with you, so of course you like me. But. He was saying like no could be anyone but I think she was more right like anyone. He could have got stuck with I think he could have I mean. I guess he could've hated him. But I think he could've. Roy as an example of they just went their separate ways..
"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys
"Is so cool and like it's like they have to go to a hotel for a day. Didn't do nothing to make sure because when they go back. They have to make sure there are other self isn't doing something that's changed. They're really not there, so they go and sit in a hotel all day and make sure they don't talk to anyone or do anything so that they can go back to that day and they know they're not messing with anything. Because that day was a nothing day for their lives. Anyway. It's it's really. Cool really really cool it sure I think it's like Yeah, it's like an hour long or something primer worth catching kind of bouncing kind of bouncing off. That Justin Good segue minus the Butterfly Effect Oh. Man, you really went deep with is. Five Act. Yeah, that's a great one man, and that was back. When like Ashton. Kutcher like people didn't know that he could be serious. He was still like yeah. You know that seventy show and that one was like what? This is really good. Yeah, I remember watching. Boxing kills their baby. Oh, life changing. Do you guys? The Butterfly Max. A butterfly. Wings go certain away can create a hurricane I just remember realizing when he killed The lady, her baby with the mailbox, firecracker I being like mortified fly, fact boom good one. Two and three without any of the original cast, but I think I saw the second one, and it was not good, so didn't see any after that, and they all had the same poster like final destination. They all look exactly the same like blue. Dell faces yeah. All right Bratcher last my last one. This one probably isn't going to be a surprise activator. Lubar looper loopers get looper with we're issues, but all time travel movies have issues usually. Because the biggest one was member when he was delayed in the future to go back to pass, and when he showed up in the past, he was twelve minutes too late in the past. Yeah, but like someone made the point that. If you're going back to a specific term, the pastor there is no delay. You would always go back to that specific time which I never thought about. That kind of ruins to that was the. Crux of the whole movie now showing up in time right. Anyway so well. It's Kinda like that bill and Ted were talking about. Remembered leave the keys and all the stuff and they're like Oh. Yeah, now I got it here. It is yes, it would be awesome. I'm going to make sure I. Remember that now up now I do got it..
"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys
"Welcome to another episode of cinema guys to be fair. You guys are not socially distance right now. You guys are those are the two meters I think were. Hold on. I've never heard this to me, neuter. speeders meters six. We don't use that system of measurement. We say six feet and right I. Bet from face to face where. I from. You guys are not put your arm out Justin out. I can't. Look at that. Look. How close? Going behind you. Straight at. Three feet long and his pie, another foot, and a half between my face in his. We're good. We're going four and a half feet is not six feet. Guys and this is the first time that just I have been together in what four months to record true. It's been like a year with the Senate maiden. She has not been with US nine ten months ten months almost a year, but if this is your first time in welcome, and if you return for another episode, welcome back this episode just and just let you know I know we haven't been together and wow this episode. We're going to talk. The Movie Palm Springs Oh good thing I saw it and it's on Hulu. We're going to do a top this on time loop slash time travel movies right, and then we're going to end it with a homework demands. I come prepared I. Have All those things ready to talk about? Good and so on from what I understand. We were going to maybe talk about Hamilton. Maybe talk about Eurovision. Maybe talk about old. Guard or maybe talk about? I did. At all and Palm Springs one palm springs one with forty seven percent of the vote, and then how what were what Hamilton was last Hamilton was third. Is it because people are like down with handling? Haven't talked about a thousand times. Talks on Hamilton Right now I'm sure it might might have been. Maybe it was like you know this is a movie that is being talked about right now. A lot of people people who love in it so. People hated Eurovision. I did not hate it. I mean it wasn't good, but I didn't hate it. It was is all right. So and then old guard I guess. I think I know who did not like it. Everyone seemed to be like. Yeah, that's fine. Like is cool. This is like a Comic Book Movie House Down. Calm Comic Book Comic Book so all the source materials already all out there just not into it just not that into it. I did put this on twitter at the cinema. Guys I'm on twitter a lot. It's the one one place you guys don't I'm free to do whatever I want. Yeah Brad loose cannon on.
Netflix is Hollywood
"Where are we? We are in Los Angeles. We're about to turn onto sunset. Boulevard Hollywood maybe in Hollywood. Okay, so we're. We're approaching. Hollywood hills. Really Tall Palm Trees. So should we explain why we're? We're driving through sunset radio. There's a bunch of billboards here, right? That's what we're. Getting at. Less Ronnie our producers, etc piled, a newborn, took a drive down Hollywood's main drag. It's a traffic jam packed with billboards promoting new TV shows and movies. I've been covering the business of media for a long time, so I served as tour guide for this trip, but Ronnie is a data reporter who mainly writes about tech companies. She doesn't typically pay a lot of attention to what's going on in Hollywood. Here, we have a a the crown net flicks up on the right. Have you watched any of the crown yet? I have not. On the left we have marriage story billboard. This is a Scarlett Johansson. I don't think I want to watch that. You may not be the right person for streaming roddy in a row. We got the Irishman. That's Scorsese's film and then DOLEMITE is my name. Reading that right. Alfie, these are both movies. They're both movies. You can see on Netflix Sega. Any of these this is this is a worthwhile trip for learning. What's on Netflix? You could just actually go to your browser. Are these like already outer. These are like I don't know. Someone like hermetically sealed raising. A drive down, sunset isn't just a chance for Ronnie to see what's coming on. TV, it's a way to watch Hollywood talking to itself, these billboards are messages which are very much directed at Hollywood except now. netflix's doing most of the talking. Stranger things net flix. The politician. Net flicks, one billboard tuna flexible work three Netflix. Netflix well years ago when Netflix was first getting into its own programming. Executive there told me that because they were tech company. They didn't have to do things that traditional media companies do like renting billboards, so it could show big-name talented netflix serious about Hollywood. That guy turns out was wrong. Netflix has decided loves billboards so much that it went out and bought some for itself, and now the company owns many of the signs on the Strip. This, you still look like before streaming. That's one of the main ideas we keep running across as we're working on the series, it's almost impossible to imagine what the world like before Netflix. Even though that time was just a few years ago. If you didn't know any better, you'd think. Netflix's has always been a huge part of Hollywood. Syphilis can be fatal to your baby free. Check that out not flick show. UNCLEAR UNCLEAR? Welcome the land of the giants. The NETFLIX's effect. I'm Peter Coffee. Today. We're talking about how NETFLIX's. Would outsider that no one took seriously took over the town and change the lives of the people in it. Are the CO founder and CEO of Net flicks. I'm going to conduct this interview netflix style. I'M GONNA. Have like five questions you're GonNa love and five thousand. You've never heard. Today. It's given it. NETFLIX's remade. The media. World to companies becomes so omnipresent in our lives that CEO Reed. Hastings even counts as a sort of celebrity. He's a big enough deal for a guest spot Stephen Colbert. You're like one of the big one of those big new media disruptors. Why did the entertainment industry need to be disrupted? Just for the fun of it. On this happened really quickly. We talked to Kim Masters veteran show business journalist at the Hollywood reporter who said that a decade ago Netflix's was an afterthought for big media companies newcomers from Silicon Valley or anywhere else did not strike fear in the hearts of moguls. There's a thing that happens in Hollywood. Which is the outsiders come in, and they think boy. There's a lot of stupid rules in Hollywood and people sure do dumb stuff, but we're going to be much smarter than these idiots, and then they get kilt. It turns out that Netflix was the exception to the rule. It didn't get killed at one. And NETFLIX's did it with Hollywood's help. You can trace all this back to two thousand eight, which is when Netflix's really broken into streaming by getting his hands on a bunch of blockbuster movies for a bargain, Ben, price, it had made a deal with stars premium cable channel. Let netflix's stream always rate movies from Sony and Disney so stars had created the service called Vong which nobody listening to this podcast is GonNa Remember, but there was a service before Netflix's. That was streaming. Streaming movies called. Longo Van Gogh was losing seventy million dollars a year. Rich Greenfield is an analyst with light shed partners. He's been following digital media closely for years, and in walks, Reed Hastings in Ted Sandoz and says hey will take that streaming content. You could sub-licensed to us and we'll pay you. Tens of millions of dollars Netflix's use it as the base to build their streaming service, versus what was historically just a DVD service. And the rest is they say is history.
"palm" Discussed on Filmspotting
"To film spotting the last couple of weeks. Josh have seen some of the most high profile new releases we've had since movie theater shutdown back. In March Hamilton arrived on Disney plus two weeks ago. We talked about that on last week's episode also last week. I recommended Gina Prints by woods, the old guard with Charlene Darren. That came to Netflix's weekend. And that's when you caught up with Josh and they understand. You liked it. Maybe not as enthusiastically as I did, but you went forward. Okay? Yeah, consider me. Me a fan, I think I probably became a little more wearied by the gunplay. Which you mentioned was your talked about it probably a little more than you did, but yeah, definitely appreciated and think it's something that people should check out. Last weekend also saw the release of the World War Two thriller Greyhound with Tom Hanks that's on apple, plus neither of us have had a chance to see that yet, but fellow critics have assured us that the nation's fathers and grandfathers have a new favorite movie and Josh. Also last weekend, the new horror film relic available on demand. Palm Springs. The groundhog day inspired comedy which is available on. You saw relic. We both saw Palm Springs, and we'll give each of those a little bit of time later in the show, but first tires. Please cue up our review discussion of Christopher. Interstellar. We haven't mentioned our mission does not work if the people on our dead by the time you pull it off. That this far any human history, not far no! Doubt. Yes, you are yes, you are. Upon, its release in two thousand fourteen atom, we gave interstellar a robust thirty minute review. You were hugely enthusiastic. I was mixed to negative. You remain a big Fan and you've seen it sense I believe right. Yeah, all right in two thousand seventeen. They're going meter. Yup, at the music box theatre where it's going to be playing again this weekend actually here in Chicago in seventy millimeter interstellar currently ranked number two on your Nolan. List for me this. Who've review was my first revisit sense two thousand fourteen now on the two of us. The movie has a score of seventy four. Critic among critics that's considered generally favorable, and for what it's worth. Most of Nolan's movies hover around the seventies on metacritic Dunkirk. That's his highest rating there with a ninety four. So that's where we stood. But where do we stand now in two thousand twenty? Have you add them passed through a wormhole and come out on the other side to see the error of your ways have I been sucked into a black hole trapped behind some cosmic bookshelf as punishment until I admit the air of mine. We could relitigate are twenty fourteen debate. We could revisit the same points. We both brought up, but I'm not sure how fruitful that would be I'm happy to do some of that and I promise I will not bring up a certain nineteen, sixty eight sci-fi epic. You declared verboten when discussing interstellar listeners, they can revisit that whole discussion in the archives at film spotting dot net episode five fifteen. Today. I'd like to start where that review ended in a last-minute attempt to bring me on board Adam. You asked me if I wasn't just plain thrilled watching interstellar. If setting aside my complaints quibbles, I couldn't admit to having a thrilling movie going experience. I quickly answered in the negative and we moved on. Watching interstellar again, and this was before I, release into I review or even read what I had written about in two thousand fourteen. This was the exact question I found myself asking especially in the context of our overview with so many Nolan films fresh in my mind at their best. His movies do thrill me. They get me Giddy. There's always a moment. Nolan blows your Noggin, intellectually emotionally existential early, and all I can do is let out a Guffaw of appreciation. We've already talked about some of these. These moments in our overview. I think of Memento where Leonard says I'm chasing this guy. Nope he's chasing me. Or how about the image of the hats in the prestige? When we realize what's really going on here and I know you care less about it than I, do Adam, but the spinning top in those final moments of inception. Wow on twitter this week marking. The tenth. Anniversary Kevin Geogra- Nov, said this a decade later and I still remember the entire pact prescreening audience audibly gasping at the smash cut ending. That was me.
"palm" Discussed on Tales
"palm" Discussed on Tales
"The. Details on this podcast are dark, sometimes scary and full of adult themes as a warning the original tale of the palm tree story features violence, murder and child abuse. Please exercise caution for children under thirteen. It was a hot day in the village far too hot for young Meribel, the poor woman was pregnant and fending for herself, but with no one else to fetch her water, she slowly made the long journey to the river alone..
"palm" Discussed on Command Line Heroes
"We know how this all turned out. Jeff Hawkins vision was actually closer to the truth but at the time early two thousands jobs was skeptical. The whole industry was skeptical. Are used to go into sprint and verizon these guys and try to convince them that smartphones. We're going to beat something I know it's hard to believe today but literally we'd sit down and meetings and they they're like these newfangled devices. Are you know kind of WHO's going to do email on something near pocket and I go? Well I really think it's GonNa Happen. But while they waited for the world to catch up they had another more pressing problem. It threatened the future of handspring pom and just about everything in two thousand one. The tech bubble burst stocks plummeted. Money was suddenly scarce and investment dried up so in another Hail Mary. This time to manufacture the trio handspring merged back into palm. I know all the back and forth is making meal little busy to the trio became palms powerhouse product and the most popular smartphone on the market. But of course by that point the palm os had started to show its age. New players had entered the market companies. Like rim. With its blackberry. Wireless was becoming a thing and experts seriously doubted whether the palm operating system was a good fit for the next generation of devices so in two thousand five palm shipped its first trio without the palm. Os they built that trio around windows mobile by two thousand seven. Palm had become a hardware company with no operating system of. It's all the future that the palm team wanted to build seem to be rolling on with Alpa Palm needed help and they got it in the form of John Rubinstein. The man who developed the ipod apple just as apple released the iphone in two thousand seven. Rubinstein came on board at palm as their new head of product development. Two years later the palm had a new device the palm pre and a new Os called Web os they launched at CAS in two thousand nine. Some called it the best tech keynote ever. Here's a colleague on stage at the and it's called the palm web os and we're very very excited to bring it to you today. It was built with developers in mind. The whole thing is built on Industry Standard Web tools if you know. Html CSS Java script you can develop applications for this platform. No one had ever seen anything like WEB OS. It laid the groundwork for the whole smartphone experience. We take for granted today. In fact I owe us an android gleaned a lot from its features features like multiple synchronized calendars unified social media.
"palm" Discussed on Command Line Heroes
"The Palm Teams Hail Mary Solution to keep on financing their new product was to sell the company to US robotics in nineteen ninety five. It was the only way they could get this new connected organizer which they dubbed the palm pilot into the hands of customers and they knew their customers here. Ceo Donald Dubinsky remembering what happened when Jeff. Hawkins unveiled the palm pilot at Tech Conference. We had jeff up there on the stage and Showing the device but the moment that was the most powerful and that got us a near standing ovation was he brought up the cradle and he put the device in the cradle and he pressed the button and you could see on the screen it's synchronizing with the PC and that blew people away and they just spontaneously applauded so it was a very exciting to see how they got the Core value proposition of what? We're trying to sow palms goal at that. Launch was to convey to people how simple device was to us but they didn't have a big budget to produce their reveal so they got creative. We came up with this crazy idea to have our mothers. Come and help us launch it so we had my mom jeff's mom and Ed's Ma they had little hats we made up that said Mom's pilot they had a little pins. That said you know my daughter's daughter. My son is ad or whatever and we had them take orders for pilots on the spot. I bought my pilot from Jeff's mom or from Ed's mob or whatever to this day people stopped me and say I bought my pilot from your mom and so it was really really fun they They had a blast. Add it made for a memorable launch with the MOMS were signing orders for was a huge step forward in handheld computing. But keep in mind. This is happening in nineteen ninety six Ed Colligan and Rob Tammy again. The product ran onto AAA batteries for month. Okay it had one hundred twenty eight K. Of Memory you've probably never heard of K. Of memory you it had a display screen. That was a black and white. You know display. We had a screen. That was one hundred sixty by one hundred sixty pixels which his microscopic. I've designed icons almost size. But so we had a very low power processor in a very small Monta memory. So at Sixteen Megahertz processor hundred. Twenty eight K. Ram and we had to make an operating system work under those constraints. So low-powered Screen News. Not Color was not even gray. Scale is a monochrome hundred. Sixty Pixel screen and then below it. We had a digitize it. That was not a screen. But was digitizing so you could ride on palm added its handwriting. Recognition software called graffiti to the palm. Pilot remember that it didn't have a keyboard if you wanted to write something on it. You used a stylus on a rectangle at the bottom and we wrote letters on top of each other and you had to learn. Us simplified alphabet. The technology was new and smooth. But it wasn't without its problems for example we had been shipping for a little while and we suddenly started getting catastrophic failures in the field. You know devices that went off and just couldn't go back on and we started getting these into our service department and had to try to figure out what was going wrong. This is why startups don't typically make hardwares very difficult. And we had this problem where people were losing data and we couldn't figure out what was happening. The team comb through all their documentation back to their many change agreements and orders. They try tracing it back to something that changed with their process. Still they couldn't figure it out out of frustration. Donna got everyone together at put all the senior people in one room and almost locked the door and said you're not leaving here until you figure out what's wrong with us they. Why is this happening eventually? The team realized there'd been a tiny change inside the machine but not the kind you'd expect. It had nothing to do with the hardware components. At all you know how would you take battery cover awful? You put in batteries on a device so the inside cover their. Somebody added a sticker with some kind of a warning. Or something the source of this giant headache with a little warning sticker. That had been added to the underside. Other battery cover that sticker caused friction with the batteries and they could get depressed in a way that disconnected the power. And there'd been a software patch that had been loaded on and that patch was lost when the power was disconnected the hardware team swapped out connectors for springs. The bolster the batteries super simple fix for a catastrophic failure. The good news was it was all synchronized so it was all backed up and you realize that for people to real light bulb moment. The data is the value. Not The device. Maybe you're listening to this podcast on a smartphone right now take a look at. Your phone is light years ahead of those old palm pilots and yet the basics of what you're using were all there in the palm. Christophe was palms director of competitive analysis. It was kind of amazing golden age of lodge to the market in nineteen ninety six With the palm pilot and it was the buzz everywhere. It was the cool thing to have this little thing in your pocket that was a portable brain and Palma smart enough that they put out a developer. Sdk's kind of almost a side effect in that took off. All these little niche markets had really cool APPs popping up far them from everything from from doctors to Niggers and people were in love with their devices and live with APPs. There was an existing community of developers making similar APPS for MACs desktops and they hopped over to build an APP ecosystem for Paul. Mitchell pounded elders weren't large companies. They were just. You know. Small Hobbyists doing projects in their spare time. They had some personal passion. Project Mattis their minds. Explosiveness are thinking. What is it computer and a screen that you carry with you all the time and it becomes an extension of your mind and so many people have so many great ideas of how to take advantage of this software development kit in right really. Really Cool Things. And it was really groundbreaking. I mean I know a lot of people. Think apple invented the APP store and the idea of APPs on hand held. But actually the very first palm pilot had a Very early APP store was a third party. App store at very early developers who came in and did all sorts of creative applications. That again people could just sink onto their device. The plan was to sell one hundred thousand units in the first year and for the first six months sales were stable about ten thousand units a month but then things started to skyrocket and in fact by eighteen months we sold a million units which was the fastest new product growth in American history. At the time I mean it was stunning. Growth million units in eighteen months palm had created an entirely. New Category of hardware and the spoils were theoretically theirs for the taking but then unexpectedly palm's parent company. Us robotics was sold to another company called three COM. And the head of three calm. Who was influenced by the Microsoft business model decided to license the palm os to companies that wanted to create PDA's of their own. Obviously it was a strategy that succeeded very well for Microsoft and personal computers. We didn't think that was the right strategy for handheld computers. We felt they needed to be highly integrated devices but they Consistently felt that that was the wrong decision. And that what we should do is licensed the Os all commerce and we disagreed with that. They believed in their vision and so right after they helped their parent company revolutionized the market. Jeff Hawkins Donna Kaminsky. Ed Call Again Rob. Hey tammy others left palm to form a new company. They called it Pam Spray. There they would license the software they'd created pomme west and loaded onto their own panels. They had built a giant and now they were going to try to take it down. David Ankle light style using.
"palm" Discussed on Command Line Heroes
"In the early nineties a Hammy Software. Developer took a stack of wood and carved into small blocks of various sizes. He carefully compared the weight of each walk. And when he found one that felt pocket-sized he takes a printout of a tiny monitor onto it then. He topped the block in his shirt pocket and walked around with it to see how it feel to be attached to a device. He was imagining a not so distant. Future where we'd all be doing the same thing if you think that guy's name was Steve Jobs you're wrong. His name was Jeff Hawkins and he co created the palm pilot when the iphone hit the market in two thousand seven critics and competitors questioned whether smartphone with a decade later. The question is how can a person succeed without one? Smartphones are ubiquitous. They're APPs allow us to do pretty much anything and the hardware running them says a lot about who we are. But as sexual as the IPHONE has been to the RISE OF OUR MOBILE LIVES. It wasn't the catalyst. This is the epic story of how earlier? Hand-held device pave the way for the smartphone. And it's the story of a developed team that stuck with that device for its entire journey. I'm surrounded Barak and this is command line heroes on ritual podcast from red hat. The smartphone concept has been around since star. Trek's try quarter in real life though the concept I translated into cell phones in Nineteen eighty-four bulky things that looked like bricks during the nineties. They got a bit smaller small enough for more to carry on saved by the bell but they were still just used for phone calls. Remember phone calls. Nothing smart was happening on mobile phones. But there was another piece of technology gaining traction. It was called a PD a a personal digital assistant a mobile device that acted as your personal information manager. We'll get to that moment. But at the time the tech industry was way more focused on the personal computer which we learned about an episode. Three when we looked at the al-Tair Eighty eight hundred. Everyone was so caught up in. What a personal computer was. Was this huge big beige box sitting under your desk. They couldn't imagine that you carry this thing around in your pocket Ed Colligan was VP of marketing at a nascent mobile software company called Palm in the early nineties palm was founded by Jeff. Hawkins the guy who walked around with a block of wood in his pocket. It was a big vision. It was that the future of computing personal computing is handheld computing and that there would be more transactions done on handheld computers in the future than on desktop computers. That's dawn to Pinski Palm CEO. At the time I know today when I say that it sounds like whatever that's logical but believe me. It was not logical at the time. We didn't understand why other people didn't understand it. Because you know we're had computing gone. Right it'd gone from. Computers are filled room to mainframe computers too many computers which were kind of misnamed to personal computers desktop computers we saw the inevitable march of. Moore's law and more and more power and smaller smaller packages palm started out developing information management software for PD. Casio was making called the Zimmer. They also made some synchronization. Software for Hewlett Packard's devices but those first GEN PD as weren't taking off and then the whole personal digital assistant dream looked like a lost cause after the high profile failure of apples effort the Newton. They were all too big too heavy and the software was too slow but the palm team wondered whether a new approach.
"palm" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein
"Despite the aggressive approach by Epstein writer and his team felt confident in their case but it would take estate attorney Barry Krisher to green light any charges so the relationship between police department and the prosecutors are very important one I had a great relationship. They ship with him. I was speaker at his last swearing in ceremony Soon very well he was a very effective state attorney. He was an elected official. He was there for more than twenty years. State Attorney Barry Krisher was very highly regarded. He was known as a tough prosecutor. You know if if you're GONNA do the crime you're into the time in Florida. It's really the top law enforcement in the county. It's it's above the sheriff because these guys is decide what gets to trial. What doesn't who gets charged? And who doesn't Michael Writer had a number of conversations with Krisher as the investigation went on keeping him in loop on how things were progressing. He says early on the conversations were positive well. After the first time I spoke with the state attorney about the case he said this will be easy case. We'll put him away for the rest of his life but he says as time went on things began to change the first indicator that that something had changed. was that the tone of the assistant state attorneys that we contacted about. The case was less cooperative Despite this his detectives continued and after nearly a year of identifying victims and collecting evidence. Police were ready to give Krisher assures office the case. That part of the story was very unusual because the palm beach police did a thorough investigation. This spoke to countless witnesses. They did trash. Polls the staked out the place. WHO's in and WHO's out? They had everything documented. They had videos dad photos does it was eleven month investigation. It was intense. It had everything they needed to paint this guy. As a twenty year jail bird in a May two thousand six six Affadavit Palm Beach. Police recommended multiple felonies against Epstein four counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor and one count of Lewd and lascivious molestation this is ABC Sunny Halston a former federal prosecutor who specialized in child sex crimes. The charges in and of themselves are rape charges but they are significant charges. Because sometimes you choose to bring forth the case that is the strongest that you can approve. And that will result in a lane fee prison sentence so that you take an offender who very well may be a repeat offender under a serial Predator off the street for an extended period of time but writer says that Christopher was pushing back and claims that crushers attitude toward the case this had changed dramatically. We had Presented we thought was a fairly good case on some of the first victims and That that it was not getting the traction that deserved at his office that they seem to be disinterested in the case you. They wouldn't return his call. They wouldn't talk to him sometimes. They put him out to pasture writer. Thinks that's because epsteins lawyers had been working to sow seeds of doubt about the victims at one point during the investigation. The State Attorney's office and the Palm Beach Police Department received a hand delivered package from Epstein lawyers inside were scans of my space profiles of some of the victims along with letters. I from the attorneys challenging. Their credibility abstains. Laurie lawyers became very aggressive with the victims digging up their alcohol use their drug use. They had pictures of their my space pages. epsteins attorneys brought that to the state attorney and said look. Hey these girls are doing doing bad. Things isn't bad. Girls can be able to prove your case because you know we have all this evidence that they're doing bad things those close to the investigation instigation argue that it was a clear case of victim shaming as the letters point two descriptions of shoplifting underage drinking smoking and having sex in addition records. Show that Epstein's attorneys told police and prosecutors that Epstein simply had a passion for massages and a quote unequivocal reputation. For being truthful the approach writer says appeared to be working. We felt as though we were speaking speaking to a defense attorney. Instead of a prosecutor. He was advocating The suspects position that The the you know these really weren't all that serious of circumstances the victims were untruthful They wouldn't make good witnesses at trial trial. There's lots of reasons why this case shouldn't be prosecuted. It was unbelievable. Then and it's more unbelievable. Now writer later became so bothered. By the way Chris Office was handling the case that he even wrote a letter to Krisher urging him to recuse himself he saw uh totally differently than virtually everybody else from the law enforcement side. That was involved in it. And I you you know when that happens. There's a mechanism in the law to disqualify yourself from the case if you're the prosecutor and I asked him to do that but writers says he never never received a response to that letter and says he couldn't convince Krisher move forward with the charges. I called him several times After his office refused our applications for arrest warrants and all of my calls messages were unanswered. Instead Krisher takes an unexpected step he decided to present Epstein case to a grand jury. It was an unusual move especially in Florida Berry. Krisher sure decided to bring the evidence to a grand jury which is hardly ever done very unusual with the the amount of evidence in a case like this this type of robust investigation. I really can't make sense of it. You could charge directly without a grand jury that is your prerogative as a state attorney professionally one something like this happens. The State Attorney's office. I should go back to the chief of police and say okay. Well we got an indictment and this is what it is. Apparently they failed to do that. And Mike Rider reads about it. In in the press the Palm Beach Post had covered the story that Epstein was indicted and he had turned himself in. I believe it was Sunday night at the palm. Beach County jail. I was stunned We didn't hear anything after that whatsoever in the fact that that Epstein was allowed the turn himself into jail instead of us the Palm Beach Police Department we felt was a big air. Because if you're an investigator you wouldn't have the opportunity not to question the suspect. You want to have the opportunity to arrest them not let them walk into the jail because sometimes they confess. We didn't have that opportunity. We were not afforded that opportunity. It was Monday. July twenty fourth two thousand six. When Epstein face appeared in the local newspapers under headlines such as mystery money man in faces soliciting the grand jury had come back with a single felony charge against Epstein solicitation of prostitution? There was. There's nothing said about a minor in the charge. which would have been much more serious? Anyone that investigates prosecutes child sex crimes knows that this has nothing to do with prostitution. It's a present that kind of case in front of a grand jury Is Important imporant. Not only had Epstein escaped any of the tougher charges that writer and his detectives had been pursuing for a year. But now all all those young girls suddenly weren't portrayed as victims at all they'd been painted as prostitutes and the Law Epstein had been charged as if he were a typical John but in reality he'd been procuring and recruiting young girls so he could sexually abuse them solicitation one of prostitution connotes that these young girls were somehow selling sex and again. You know you can't have have consensual sex with a child so it's insulting to the victims. The law labeled them as prostitutes. The laws need need to change and a child can't be willing child can't consent to this. This was a smart wealthy person with a large urge home in Palm Beach. who was able to convince these children to have sexual contact with him? That's his full. That's not what therefore it's such a deep hurt you know to be called those things and even at a young age. That's not okay to it's not that will never be okay to be identified as that and be okay with that. I've listen to the recording of me talking to The investigators the person that I heard in that recording needed saving. I heard word like I could feel the hurt in my voice when I was listening to it and the words that I was using like I was so little I get here how little I was and how like afraid and the fact that I thought I was going to be in trouble was in my voice yet that happened and he touched me here her. It was just like really innocent kind of sounding and I just feel really. I felt really bad for that. Little girl billionaire alienate wants nominated is one of the nation's most eligible bachelors is free on bond after being arrested on prostitution charges fifty after being charged Epstein. Steve was booked into the Palm Beach County jail and was released a short time later on a three thousand dollar Bond Berry Krisher did not respond to ABC. Easy news is request for comment. But we've learned that how this case was handled by. His office is currently under investigation by the State of Florida. The way this investigation investigation was handled was deemed to be so unusual so different that it is now being investigated and last summer.
"palm" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein
"This podcast includes graphic descriptions of sexual assault. It may not be suitable for all listeners. Pepsi's first of all I know you're freaking Dolphin. Relax okay the man with the thick New York accent. That's detective Joe Rick Carey. I want to thank you for coming. And he's a veteran investigator with the Palm Beach Police Department and he's talking to a young woman who sits on a couch across from him. He's tall and broad with slicked back hair while she small and almost swallowed by the cushions. I understand you may have information nation on a case that we're looking into okay. That's the reason why I brought you here today. That children say right now just talking to a young woman in nineteen years old and we'll call her Erica. That's not her real name. I am telling you everything I know. Very Person Erica. Is there because has detective or Carey is investigating several reports of sexual assault. It started when a fourteen year old girl got into a fight at school it might have otherwise gone unnoticed. I accept that the girl was found with three hundred dollars on her. The girl was cagey about where the money came from but eventually she said she'd gone to a rich old guy's nice house in Palm Beach and giving him a massage and she says Erica brought her there. She hearing anything she needed money. I basically told her about it. She she was like You know what are you have to do. I told her I was like the more you do. The more you make that. She walked out of the three hundred dollars so she obviously free and evidently loved judo more which was good to massage. She is and she basically wanted to touch down there. Typically and Erica says that for every girl she brought the old man she also made two hundred dollars train. How many girls have you brought? Oh a lot. Walsh was underage. told me Sir detective for carry the other. Investigators didn't know it yet but this case would consume their lives for years to come. There's as well as the dozens sense of victims left in the wake. The case involving the rich old guy in Palm Beach would come to include allegations of abuse across multiple continents and several all states. There could not have possibly been a more wealthy a more powerful or a more dangerous sexual predator. There is no yeah no other case like this. This is the longest standing human trafficking case. This all happened the way it did. Because of money money power power and influence no doubt about it he certainly got off on the fear of it all and the intimidation of it all and the power and the I think that's part of what's so hard like I feel like he took my power. The rich old guy in the mansion in Palm Beach Dad was Jeffrey Epstein out of the growing firestorm surrounding multi billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. Tonight arrested and charged Manhattan. Sure Jeffrey Epstein. They found hundreds as the indictment says he created a vast network of recruiters to find him a constant supply of minor girls willing to engage. My name is Mark Remillard and I'm a reporter with ABC News. And I've been working with a team of journalists with an ABC's investigative unit to Peel back back the curtain on how Jeffrey Epstein largely eluded justice for decades we look at how Epstein built a financial empire one that provided him with access access to young girls and the power to shield himself from punishment is paid his way out of this and the US government has allowed it. Jeffrey Epstein Gene is a guy who's become extraordinary wealthy without any clear path to that wealth and we look at how his alleged criminal conspiracy spiracy grew over the years with the help of others. These predators are grooming children. They groomed my sister. They groomed me. It was a whole network working.
"palm" Discussed on All About Android
"But essentially, it's you like it's a it's a care beaner that hooks onto their different bags out where like you literally have like the palm like hanging off the different sling bags and stuff like that. And which I think is called Chee exactly like it's gone through. Now, I need to tell how McClatchy up I was more of a digital and guide me on us. I was gonna say the problem the form factor of the Pov is perfect for the modern day Tamagotchi. Sorry. It actually was just all like, Tom Agasi fans. To bring it back. Nineties are coming in. Then you had your cell phone. And then you had your Gottschee now. All right. So obviously, we've got we've got news that you guys are going to join us for the whole show. So we've got news a little bit later. So the Consumer Electronics Show is happening right now. So we're going to dive into some of the Android things going on there got some news outside of that. But we've kind of already started talking about the palm phone, so we should just kind of continue along on that track. And I guess maybe take a step back a little bit first because there are some people who maybe haven't seen over the past couple of months, this idea of this smaller companion foam that is the palm phone, and, you know, along with this device like I feel like it's it's different enough that there's a vision around us, right? Like, there's a there's an idea for where the smaller device fits into a person's life. It's not necessarily as a replacement phone. It's not just not to say that I would get rid of my pixel. It's meant to be a companion phone Kentucky a little bit about that. Like why why the ethos? Of this product is that we need a companion phone instead of a replacement. Yeah. I think it's it's a fair question. So. A lot of people from our team we come from backgrounds like pebble Samsung, we we worked on smart watches, and we worked on a lot of these companion devices for a long time. And you know, like, we go on panels and talk about this future of mobility. We have these huge phones. And I think a lot of wearables rebel. How do we leave outside of our screens? How do we interact with our tax make it convenient and their without having to be shaking our phones and for longtime. It was like you'd say the stat you've checked your phone one hundred twenty times a day one hundred fifty times a day hundred eighty two hundred and he kept going up and up in wearables was to address that. So we're triaging are notifications. We're replying notifications. We're snoozing him. And I think I pedal it was like the number of times, you take your phone would decrease from like one hundred twenty two like forty or something if you had something like this. So with wearables a lot of what we're doing is like iterating on the notifications in it reading on that as the platform for mobility. And I guess as we were iterating. It's like you. I like, I don't need my banking apps. Okay. I don't need my Instagram likes or my Twitter mentions or sir turning him off in as the years went on. I was refining and refining and refining. My notifications down to the point where it's like, there's literally very very very few things in the world that are ever worth distracting me because I'm gonna be there within ten minutes. And so a lot of pebbles vision is at sorry, poems fishing is on this ethos of living outside the screen being the moment getting your life back get outside of your check. And it'll be there when you want it, but doesn't always have to be as invasive because like I think the world is trending on this direction of addiction. That's not healthy for humanity. As a whole in home is a way for us to disconnect be human and not to worry about the noise. As much. Yeah. I mean TLD are, you know, be conducted consumed, right? And then today, we call it a companion, not necessarily, you know, your new phone or anything like that. Because they were the day like your smartphone. I mean is like I cannot live without my smartphone. Like that's a hundred seventy computer. Now it is resisting. But really living your life without that technology so much is built around if I'm in traffic, I'm responding to emails. I'm hitting up slab you and all that kind of stuff, right?.
"palm" Discussed on The Science Show
"Of land to produce similar quantities of oil. If alternative crops are grown in the regions now growing oil palm the impact on the forest would be catastrophic. And if western consumers did stop using palm oil the market slack would quickly be taken up by the insatiable demand of less environmentally concerned a Connie's like China and India which already dominate the market anyway, consumers can of course, choose not to buy products containing palm oil. And some brand owners are looking at options simply to avoid the headache of being attacked and having to participate in the entire palm oil debate with all its attendant roundtables, stakeholder forums. And so on. But good things are happening. Most of the major players have publicly committed to policies of no deforestation. No plummeting on peatland and no exploitation of people. They can be held to account for this and are being the roundtable on sustainable palm oil or RSP. Oh, the global certification scheme that allows companies to claim their oil is sore sustainably has of two years of pressure just approved measures that raises standards last month. I was in Borneo for the RS PEOs annual roundtable and sat with the vast range of NGOs governments. I condemn IX technical advisers brands and produces as they worked together to find common ground. My impression was this is not an industry suffering from complacency and compared with the challenges faced by other commodities. Palm oil is actually years ahead. That said everything in the garden is anything, but Rosie O'Neil around twenty percent of the world's palm oil. Is certified at all by the RS peo-. So there is a challenge of scale ahead. And the reality is that the world is creaking under the demands of an expanding population accompanied by expanding consumption, but the solution now is surely not to cut and run we need companies in there, fixing the legacy issues of destruction. We need the NGOs in their keeping up the pressure to stop businesses from reneging on their promises. We need pressure on governments to create the frameworks for sustainable palm oil production, and to better police bad actors, we need significant expansion of the certification umbrella, we need the gestures of unilateral actors like Iceland because nothing concentrates the mind like impending execution and corporate reputational threat. And we need the entrepreneurial and opportunistic endeavors of small outfits, like the social enterprise geeky, which has just launched an app. So that consumers can determine whether or not the product they're buying contain certified palm oil good for them on the plus side. Many no deforestation commitments have held the Indonesian government has asked for a three year moratorium on new palm oil plantations, many of the largest palm producers have tightened their policies on their suppliers. They've also committed to being entirely deforestation free by twenty twenty whether they get there is another matter but the goal is laudable the challenges remain immense. But there's no sign that large swathes of consumers are about to stop using shampoo. So 'cause medics food and snacks containing palm oil listed as vegetable oil. Not everyone agrees on the solution. Even sustainability certification where some argue that is a bar too low. Not everyone believes cutting rogue suppliers out works. They will simply sell to less scrupulous markets. Not everyone agrees that reading. Michael proposals to reforest will work without almost inconceivable. Government intervention, not everyone believes that economic advancement can coexist. Happily alongside the sustainable deforestation free. Production of palm oil a conundrum now facing a new palm frontier country Liberia. So this debate will run on run palm oil is unlikely to disappear from our cupboards will bathrooms anytime soon. So my belief is that the solution has to be to encourage the positive dynamic of activism corporate tightening of sustainability practices, smart technology developments positive jurisdictional frameworks and more collective head head-banging all of this takes time. But it's far better than just admiring the problem. Yes, turbulent times. Brendan may cheers Roberts bridge consultancy and works in south East, Asia and London.