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"parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"At all today? I do not have proof of that. I have proof of your parenti and that she did not hear that. I know. I don't know about the tear duct prove that I don't have to prove it. Prove it. I am not don't have to. That's your answer. Everybody says Well, that is my answer. When you're talking about that really terrible, Barrett have to prove it. I was in a terrible parody. I mailed that. Okay. Okay. Management. There's a time for vacation. As a matter of fact, Yes. Had you grown up watching? Zoom? You wouldn't be this nasty. I I doubt that. Yes, Polo as you can see a character just say, sources say. Exactly right. That's right. My source and the vice president A. Yeah. Your sources are stupid. That's what your sources are. Let me go. The full lines. Yes, follow. No, that's it. Be careful because they're going to probably speak pig. Latin. Sam, can you do the pig Latin? Yeah. Oh, nee Wow. That took a long time to pop out a two letter word because old Hey, you nailed it. Nailed it. That's my kid. You got of the phone lines. Um Pierre E. What's going on in Kansas City? Talk to me. Hi. Thank you, Paige. I'm glad Kamala Harris is finally going to the border. But I think she's going to talk about the wrong things. She should talk about something That's current. Not something 10 years down the line, 12 years down the line. What do you mean? What is she gonna say about 2 12 years down the line? Well, she's going to the other countries and saying that she's going for the root causes. But those solutions won't happen in this decade, and we need something that will happen now. Okay, So if you had your if you had the fix it button, what would you do right now to fix it? Well, Trump has provided all those easy solution, says she doesn't even have to think about all she has to do is look at the fixing the border. He's got it all paid for. Joe Biden stopped it and she could say wrong move. Let's uh, get those contractors to finish it up with the money. We already paid them. Think. Listen, I think it's a good point. I think it's a really good point. Very, thank you. I appreciate that. It's an excellent point. She could literally go down there. Carried out what you think about this. Okay? She could go down there. She can say you know what we should do, because this probably would solve the problem. Let's have them wait in Mexico for asylum. Let's stop them from coming in that they have covid or something else. Communicable. Let's finish the wall that's already been paid for the money already allotted. And then she could pretend those are all her ideas. Mm. She could even say you know, you could trump really ruined this border. Here's what we should do. Border wall stay in Mexico to request asylum. Um, tell people stop coming from the Northern triangle. Make a deal with Mexico to to clamp down on the cartels, and she can pretend he didn't do any of that. See, I have to fix the problem, but But those solution she could take ownership and the left move the left of this country deal. She said that they would love it. They would embrace it would applaud her. Oh, my God, You're so smart. Top of that You're African American end Eurasian, and you're a woman. Whoa! It took an African American Asian woman to come up this idea on how to fix the border. Trump couldn't do that. With his with his Big white face and all that big white man in America. I'm telling you, they would all circle the wagons around those ideas, even though there were all Trump's ideas. In fact, if you went to the average American liberal and said Kamala Harris would like to do these four things. They would all say perfect idea it makes it makes a lot of sense. And then when you say Yeah, but that was really Trump's idea it all like then I'll start running away. Uh, really? Back to the phone lines We see alone. Welcome to Gary in Kansas City. Gary, what's going on? Hi. Hey, How's it going? Don't speak physical, but, uh Uh, I'm actually from Texas and I live in touches on your stuff They're working. But I had land down south of Interstate 10 towards the border and the crossing Scott so bad years ago that I finally sold it and bought property north of Interstate 10. Um, in Kimble County. And, uh, I'm still having problems. Um, I've had, uh, I'm going to call them lone wolves as a sheriff there calls them Crossing the property. And, uh, you know, so far. I haven't had my cabin broken into or anything like that, but, uh, they're coming straight up north. Right in the middle of the state and You know if Kamala Harris is going to actually go down there and take a look at a problem El Paso isn't the place to go. There's a whole lot more problems and a whole lot of other places. Well, she's not going there to solve the problem or even look at the problems. She's going there to say she went. That's it. Yeah, of course. Of course. It's just It's a photo of it. As you said, you know, and, uh The problem remains and you know, uh, Personally myself, You know, I'm out there and, uh, you know, thinking I'm enjoying myself on my little piece of property and I'm having a good time and all of a sudden You know, uh, I see somebody actually within 50 yards of my camp, and, uh, Of course, at that point in time, you know I got I got border patrol involved. I got the troopers involved. Um, my son is Army intelligence. And at the time that that happened, he was Hold out of Afghanistan because they got his name. And so he was actually hiding out up there at the land where they knew that nobody could get to him and Uh, At that point in time, we said, You know, we don't know who this guy is. We don't know if he's you know, just somebody running around on the property or what, but, uh, you know, he had to make the phone calls got Army intelligence involved, and we started looking for somebody. And it turns out this guy was a drug runner. And this is 10 Miles north of Interstate Jen. Why? Because it's not surprising Gary. It's not just the Texas problem. People in Minnesota are dealing with illegal immigration people in Oregon Washington state are dealing with illegal immigration from the southern border. It's affecting the entire the entire country. But you're right. They're really using a safe haven anymore in Texas, specifically because the federal government said, we're not worried about it. Just open the border. Oh, absolutely. My brother Gary. Appreciate you. I mean, it's not really about north and south of I 10 anymore. There are places in this country where you've got huge pockets of illegal immigrants that are gathering because they're all showing up with the wristband on and a phone number in their pocket, and they're coming from all over the place, and they're going all over the place, and it would be very, very hard to track them down. That's why at the point of entry is where you make sure people understand this isn't okay to break our laws. But again, the Biden Harris Obama administration is saying it is okay 88941 package..
Laughter Is The Best Medicine
"So entity parenti. Moment i want to focus on was called laughter and i'm going to read it. Comedian steve. martin reportedly reportedly lasts for five minutes in front of his mirror every morning. Explaining his goal is to jump start. His creativity begin the day on a high note. So just picture that. I care but you but i just wonder how often what does that urban legend and if that's really was from his memoir a believe it but there's gotta be it's that's a lot to ask five minutes of well. Do you think he d he could do it. I mean people meditate for ten minutes a day. I'm sure he can laugh for five minutes. And i think it's all relative right like even people who say they meditate everyday miss days. I think his point is sometimes gotta get yourself worked up to the place where you like. I've been bright. You know you know. I write every morning and lately. I've just been saying Good morning how are you talking to myself. Will i keep doing that. I don't know. But what i'm trying to do is engage myself. Tim totally engaged my thinking so he may do something else to make himself last. You go on to say children. We left hundreds of times a day but as adults we take life so seriously that laughter becomes infrequent it is in our best interest to seek out opportunities for good humor us better inside and out. Laughter is one of the best things we can do to strengthen our immune system decrease pain and keep our mind out of worry mode. Nothing works faster or more dependable to bring us back into balance then laughing enclosing. It's more than just a break from sadness and pain. It's actually a path back to hope. A humorous perspective creates a psychological distance. That can make situations feel less. Threatening and more manageable. Laughter is medicine offsetting the physical and psychological impact of stress and increasing our ability to feel joy. Yes there's the moment. Yeah so. I think the reason you played the Indigo girls was because i used that quote from that song. Exactly right yeah well. It's only life after off. And just because i've played this clip a million times. I'm gonna play two million in one. This is the this is audio of the infant baby laughing at his dog or her dog eating popcorn. I think that would be more productive than in the mere. Like if i feel like that should be in my to do list. Every morning is look at this baby laughing. Yeah yeah that's a way to start the day right. They're not cnn or fox or msnbc. That's the way to start the yes. Yeah i agree. I mean and i think that it It comes from that baby that comes from the gut. That's a good laugh. It's very like solely focused on what's funny in you like. As adults we start to like lose our good laugh laugh becomes more like. Yeah but i got focused here like we are. We don't really like focus in on the thing. That's funny and i think memories are often created around really deep hard laughs like we have stories where we were laughing so hard that we like either felt sick or like we're doubled over and that creates a memory. You know what i mean. I do
"parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"2020 at the Oscars. His movie Paris site became the first non English language film to win best picture. And bond became the first South Korean toe win best director. Parasite really just destroyed commercial expectations. It had an $11 billion budget, and it took in $260 million Bloomberg Business Week. Editor Brett Vegan notes. Bon used the film's success to remind American audiences that if they're willing to overcome the one inch tall barrier of subtitles, and you're going to be introduced to so many more amazing movies, and he's right in his acceptance speech after winning best director bond record now Is one of his own favorite directors. Martin Scorsese, whom Bond beat to win the category. When I was in school I studied Martin Scorsese's films just to be nominated was a huge honor. I never thought I would win Long Joon Ho, one of the Bloomberg 50 Alisa Parenti Bloomberg Radio. People who work for minimum wage in 20 states are getting a raise. Today. The minimum wage also is going up in 32 cities and counties, many in California, the National Employment Law Project reports. Workers in about half of those communities will see their pay rise to $15 an hour, even a number of states with historically low minimum, such as Florida. And Virginia are substantially raising their minimum wage this year of possibly moving toward $15 an hour over the next five years. State inspectors say they're waiting for test results on bacteria on four Asian bugs found in a tree on a property in Fallbrook. The bacteria can cause a plant disease, which is deadly to sit just trees and there's no cure. The disease is a major threat to San Diego's $150 million annual Citrus crop. At this time, the disease has not been detected in Citrus trees in the county. If the test results come back positive for the disease of five mile quarantine along the property in Fallbrook will be established. Maryland Haider KOGO news All the nation's top infectious disease expert says the U. S. Is playing catch up when it comes to its covert 19 vaccination schedule, Dr Anthony Fauci says there will always be hiccups when it comes to vaccinating an entire country. But he believes the U. S will catch up in the first week of January. It will catch up quickly with that 20 million dose in the arms projection. That we had. And as we get into the middle of January, February and March, we will be on the target. Even though the country is behind. Fauci is optimistic for the new year and says it will hopefully be a time for the country to finally put the pandemic behind us. Any passengers who want to fly to Canada. We'll have to test negative for the coronavirus. First. The government says they're working to implement the requirement as soon as possible. It will only be for AARP ass singers and even if they test negative before getting on the flight, any passengers from foreign nations will have to quarantine for 14 days. Those who break quarantine could be jailed for six months or find nearly $600. Colorado dealing with a double double corona virus outbreak More than 120 in and out workers are infected..
Preparing Our Children for the Path of Life With Jennifer Garner
"I'm so curious since your kids are a little older than ours are and they aren't, as you said, becoming more adult like independent in thinking and have their very strong other own opinions about things. How did you help them? Like navigate what I'm sure was a like in the world of teenager not being able to go to school or not being see your friends or go to prom really whatever it is. That's a crushing blow in in a lot of these. How do you help them feel? Not and and help them cope in at any ideas for slightly older children who don't just trust everything that comes out of their parents. Mouth is Gospel Yeah. Well they didn't always year. Okay. It wasn't. Okay. Tying to leave on my daughter, my middle was in fifth grade. She had her bury favourite teachers in the whole school a who she had third grade had moved up to fifth and she in that class with her best friend being challenged being excited, she lift for it and it was a big deal for her. She's very social that was is just she just had a really hard time and so now you know at the beginning, it was like, what can we do know when it first started I, kind of started us in with a weakened do hard things dinner conversation and with a notebook open. I always. With a notebook open in Lake let's talk about what we're going to need to do to be successful, and we're going to need to just be really kind with each other give each other space we're going to need to really find ways because they're big enough to. You know we know that the way to feel better is reaching out. So who in our church? Who in our lives could we be giving to in order to feel we know that we need to be safe? We're GONNA clean on Saturday. We just made a plan and we didn't always follow it but it gave us something to go back to you and then it really just sucked sometimes of course for everyone. On a couple of kids were really fine with zoom. They were just really happy that we were all cozy together. I have one who's feeling a little more paranoid about Cova. So it was. Great that we were. So close down in one who is desperate to get out. So it's just it's different for everyone and now it's like, okay going into the new school year. What are we gonNA, do how we can make this work because my middle daughter started saying me mom might bring repelling anything the teachers tried to tell me over zoom I'm not hearing it anymore and God bless her teacher who showed up in our driveway to talk through because she was A. student this amazing brain brilliant soon, and she sailed everything. We had to we had to really you know drill down together how we can make this work for her. It's just not all that you can't make it all. Okay. You know isn't that its own lesson to I feel like a lot of so alarming Evan parents for roughly seven years call it, and that was like a a novel moment where you realize that. If you've been a highly achieving person are you a like type? Any personality? You thought that reading a book or like they were set rule that you could follow him and you get the you know that was a very comfortable place to live in parenting is a daily affirmation that not getting every question right or not getting every answer right or not always having the solution is sort of par for the course. But obviously, this throws everything even into more of a tailspin. I'm curious because I do think that that's. Something that is being highlighted for any parent who has. Multiple kids you see how differently they're all taking your adding in. An and trying to remember that you have to be a different parent. Each of your children is a really crazy you know. Ends I'm. Back that was, it's not a question. It's more just like a yes I. Agree. I also, you know every day with parenting a fresh start to get it right or a fresh start to try something new is an experiment. It's a lifelong experiment in the way and yes, you can follow the books and I do I was definitely someone who when I was little I was very much prepared path for my child i. was like you know Oh, she's not being so every would be quiet you know what I mean Yes, it's not until I had my third that I learned to prepare my child's path instead of preparing the Padma, my child, and that is something that I I heard once in it's one of those little parenti things that has really stuck with me. Of course, it's going to be hard. Of course you know I feel the same way about resilience that I do about gratitude you can't tell your child be resilient. That's so condescending be resilient. You'll be resilient. Why are your time? You know it's Time you that. You. Point out to them. You know what's happening right now is that you are rising to a really tough occasion and I am seeing something in you. That is I. Hope you're really feeling product because this is not easy and you're doing it.
"parenti" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will we be seeing any relief soon let's go live now to Bloomberg were rejoined Alyssa Parenti to lease a word of things stand right now well Jim we've got steep losses it's a historically bad day for Wall Street right now down about six two of almost seven percent with the blue chips lower by fifteen hundred seventy three points a loss of six and three quarters percent the benchmarks down to twenty one thousand nine sixty one nasdaq falling four hundred eighty nine and the S. and P. tumbling one hundred seventy eight points a loss of six and a half percent investors are unsatisfied with policy responses to corona virus from the US and Europe and we are seeing this steep selloff marae to Lisa printed there live in Bloomberg and we'll be checking back in with her coming up at two all wait as the dominoes keep falling president trump cancelling travel this week holding meetings at the White House with the prime minister of Ireland in last night announcing a travel ban to the United States from most of Europe meantime democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden giving an address today from his home state of Delaware sharply critical of the administration's response thus far reporter feast day each and every day in order to be completed how many tested positive Biden's saying we should be testing people in the millions meantime we go now to Capitol Hill work house Democrats introducing a corona virus relief bill calls for free testing and protections for workers who could be facing hardships because of the pandemic house speaker Nancy Pelosi speaking about the measure paid emergency leave with fourteen paid sick days and hence unemployment insurance of us strengthen food security plan Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell isn't really having it but unfortunately it appears at this hour that the speaker and house Democrats instead chose to produce an ideological wishlist that was not covered closely to the circumstances and the president is also against the house bill a list of sporting events canceled or postponed because of corona virus continues to grow the first domino to fall the NBA suspending their season last night after a player tested positive for the virus and now the NHL following suit making their announcement this afternoon Major League Baseball Major League Soccer they made the call this morning and there are multiple reports a Major League Baseball is just moments away from a release we also know most major college basketball tournaments for their conference tournaments were canceled and we are just getting in from ESPN's Adam Schefter who is mostly known as an NFL reporter but does do some basketball reporting he's reporting that Duke just took itself out of the NCAA tournament Duke as you know the college basketball powerhouse the NCAA has really been mum on whether or not they would cancel the entire thing they had limited attendance that was already put in place but Duke has taken itself out of the NCAA tournament that from ESPN's Adam Schefter it's two or three those roads we go with traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes yes my king travels north of the city gent ninety three northbound is crawling for three and a half miles you want to get stuck in this northbound jammed through Stoneham Woburn this is a crash at one twenty eight blocking the right lanes it's been there for a while we'll see if it clears out soon hopefully it will help elsewhere route one south is backed up a bit in Saugus with what were going on by Essex street three is good all the way up into Nash with this afternoon in the upper end of one twenty it's off to a pretty good start now the expressway south good coming out of the tunnel you lose speed now mass have down towards the gas tank it's pretty good after that just tough coming out of the city north sounds wide open all the way in for now and route three is good along the south shore no issues on the mass turnpike and it's pretty quiet downtown the lower deck of ninety three the lever connector the Tobin bridge are all wide open for now and all the airport tunnels are good miking WBZ's traffic on the threes and now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast as we continue to make our way throughout the day today we have overcast skies and temperatures hovering right around that forty degree mark and it's certainly cooler out there and it's pretty much going to stay like that throughout the rest of the afternoon today clouds will thicken tonight down to a low near forty some rain showers tomorrow by the middle of the day it'll be breezy with a high of sixty Saturday blustery cool sunshine a high of fifty four on Sunday brisk chilly plenty of sunshine with a high of forty five as we look at the Monday temperatures will be back in the mid fifties by Tuesday were at forty eight degrees right now in Stoughton route forty in Leominster forty two and took Sperry and forty two in Boston it's two oh five on WBZ newsradio all the white now White House rather now canceling its first offense over the coronavirus drum was scheduled to travel to Nevada and Colorado over the next few days but the White House announced late last.
New coronavirus may have started in bats. But how did it hop to humans?
"Now I this week. An update on the emerging edging viral infection from wounds city in China. The disease was first picked up by Chinese authorities right at the beginning of December and the source appears to be food market in one in city. The virus itself is a newly identified member of viral family called Corona viruses. Chris recently spoke to epidemiologists. Neil Ferguson from Imperial College London did the severity of disease varies from person to person gets it all the way from very severe. Some that's have been Cosi fall to Tur- PARENTI really quite mild. We just don't know at the moment how most people are getting infected decreasingly. It looks like human-to-human transmissions uh-huh playing a more important role. This story is moving so quickly that back when we spoke to Neil there were only a few cases confirmed outside China. Chris as rural adjust yourself can can you give us the update. What's happened since then? What we've now learned fill is a bit more about what this agent is? We know it's a member of the family. vars is known as CORONA ONA viruses infect humans naturally but they also infect lots of other animals too and they fall into three sub families Alpha Beta and gamma and this viruses in the beater beater corona virus group of viruses. And why that matters is that there's a close relative of this virus could saws which some listeners will remember was is what emerged from China under extremely similar circumstances in two thousand to two thousand three and spread around the world infected about eight thousand people it caused about eight hundred through deaths in more than fifty countries. This new virus is about ninety percent similar to solve when we've read the genetic code for it and because of the connection to this food market. We know that there was a probably under the counter. Trait going on an illegal and other wildlife species in that market so what scientists is suggesting is that probably a consignment of animals. Most likely bats were brought to that market those bats infected you the humans directly or an intermediate hit animal and the intermediate animal has become very infectious and then pass infection onto people and we're now seeing is on with transmission because we've got what evidence. This virus is spreading from people who caught it into other people who had contact with those people. Those were some pretty scary figures. Obviously that you just mentioned mentioned for SARS eight hundred out of eight thousand cases. Is this new virus from what we can tell so far as dangerous and will it spread as widely. Do you think overall the number of people dying is not as high as it was for Saul's which was about ten percent seems to be about five percent also the people who are succumbing to this this many of them vulnerable already. They are elderly or they have other health problems but it is early days and that could change because the other thing about these viruses is they can mutate they finding a home now in a new host and that is us and there's every reason to be suspicious that as they learn to live in their new home. They're going going to change genetically and that will rewrite the rules of the ball game and do you know how many people roughly have been affected. So far we're very reliant on data eighty two from China. Now you take that with a pinch of sold because we know that when Saul's happened in China China knew about that for many months before they told the rest of the world and let's properly past the reason why SARS managed to gain such a toehold and spread so far before it was clamped down on. They have been more open and they have been more transparent with this outbreak. Big But at the same time you always have to be cautious about just swallowing the figures that are passed to us. We know now. They're talking about thousands of cases that they have confirmed in China but when one looks at the news of what's happening in China and you see lockdown of entire areas of the country and them saying we're now going going to build a new hospital with a thousand beds in it and we're going to do it in two weeks now that's a major undertaking and that suggests that that very concerned obviously some some of the people listening to our show will fit into those categories that you mentioned earlier people more risk may be people who are older. How worried should they be? Even if they live. Nowhere near China. Well I think one should never be complacent with an emerging infection because this is something which has never circulated in the human race before no one is immune immune to this and it is a moving target could mutate. It could change so one has to be very cautious about saying it's going to be terrible but one shouldn't be complacent and say it's probably going to be fine. What we can say is a we know about it? Be We know that we can make vaccines against agents like list because as an experimental vaccine that his work against the Middle Eastern Korean virus. So I think given that we're watching for it and we all quite well prepared. I would say I would reassure people but at the same time. Don't take it for granted. We've also had a question in in from a listener for you. Chris Jim Hungerford sent us this. Hi Chris always wondering about the house zero for the new corona bars. How can that be measured as a single number? When would've thought a very dramatically depending on the particular situation like if people are crowded together or if they're particularly susceptible because of the weather etcetera many? Thanks what's he talking about. What an RS zero zero stands for the reproduction number in other words when a person is in the community and they're effective with something how many new cases of infection will lay 'cause as a direct consequence of having the infection if the number is greater than one that means? The outbreak is going to increase. Because for every case there's going to be more cases than you started with on the other hand if the number is less than one the infection is going to dwindle handle and it would just fizzle out. Also if every infected person infects to other people than are zero equals to correct. So do you know anything about what it is for this. Wuhan Corona Virus. And we don't and the reason we don't know is because it's early days the data Apache and they're going to be based on certain geographies in China and the point in that that Jim is making his question. Question is surely there's going to be different parts of the world with different populations and the Vars who behave differently when we talk about making these are north values. We're talking about an average so we would see how this thing performs as we gain more understanding. We would compute more accurate all north value for measles for example. You're into double figures that's one of the most infectious viruses ours. Is We know saws. It was down you know. Single figures may be between one and five. It was very low. Flu is about five on the bad here and so therefore we're looking at a number which is probably going to be down in those low numbers I would say based on the trajectory. This thing appears to be taking but it is early days and that's just my speculation finally got a quick take home a message for someone who's seen a lot of news about this virus and isn't quite sure what to make of it. If first of all I wouldn't panic. And secondly I also wouldn't waste your money on a face mask unless unless you're GONNA go and buy one of these proper fit tested. P P mosques which forms of proper seal around your nose mouth and you're gonNA wear eye protection and the as nonprotection matters is because your tear duct straight into your nose when viruses. That loud on your is if they can't infect your is they can still drain into your nose effect you via that route so don't waste money and one of these dopey facemasks going by pints of lager and sit in the pub. It'll cost you probably less. It'll protect you from the virus equivalency will and you'll also enjoy Komo that's advice I can appreciate thank you Chris and we'll be sure to keep everyone posted as the story
"parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"WFLA I'm Lisa Parenti with the Bloomberg business update looks like a chilly new year's eve for the Tampa Bay area a few clouds left around a lot to clear patches fifty eight degrees make sure to bring a jacket especially going to be out late fifty one degrees for Wednesday morning clear skies chilly start to the day but actually classic early January weather sixty nine degrees for a high temperature in the afternoon lots of sunshine great football weather to for the outback bowl for Thursday fifty five degrees in the morning seventy eight for a high beautiful day a few extra clouds one eighty one degrees on Friday with the rain chance north winds ten **** wanted to a light choppy waters on news channel eight GB to religious Steve German check the temperatures are in the bay area right now it's sixty three in Saint Petersburg sixty four in Clearwater fifty nine in new port Richey sixty four in like one in sixty five and your severe weather station newsradio WFLA our next update is at five thirty I feel it's bigger have a safe and happy new year information on and more solutions for for our final news roundup and information overload our news roundup information overload toll free telephone number is eight hundred nine four one Shawn if you want to be a part of the program I thought that was just an incredible our the guy that went under cover for James key from project veritas we have I I sent it in two thousand and seven I said media's debt it's gone journalism's dead it's buried it doesn't exist you know I I've been I've told the story many times I won't repeat it now I learned such a valuable lesson I was a local host in Atlanta and the Richard.
"parenti" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Years ago I'm Lisa Parenti Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio at five eleven A. Wister police dog is recovering this morning after being stabbed in the head with a screwdriver yesterday while assisting officers with an arrest a man was threatening to stab bus drivers and light them on fire when police were called to foster street at about nine thirty yesterday morning. send in the dog named B. was when they found the man hiding in some bushes refusing to come out the man stabbed beads several times in the head with a screwdriver before police are able to take him into custody beads was taken to a local animal hospital and has since been released and according to police she is expected to recover there's no word yet on what charges if any the unidentified man will face for that attack it is five eleven then it's time now to check sports and here's WBZ's Joel stern only time will tell of the patriots and seven time Pro Bowl receiver Antonio brown were a good fit the two sides agreed to a one year deal that could be worth up to fifty million hours after brown's released by the readers brown won't be able to play tonight against the Steelers will be eligible to play in week two against Miami the pages will unveil their six championship banner before tonight's opener giggle fifty twenty and one nice city in BC improves who went over the forty five thirteen one of Richmond Anthony brown throws three TD passes in the first half at Fenway the edges with for the fourth to want to be the red Sox five one JD Martinez with a solo shot my nice Ryan Weber takes a loss tonight reports solo pieces Masahiro Tanaka the ace be the Tigers tend to use for the red Sox fall seven games out of a wild card at Yankee Stadium the revolution loses to New York City FC two one on a ninety six minute penalty kick a nineteen year old Canadian Bianca and trees grew to be Serena Williams in straight sets to win the women's final at the US open later today Rafael the Dow battles the Neil method yet for the men's championship this sports reporter sponsored by LifeLock.
"parenti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"This is San Antonio. I news Charlie Parker Charlie began after the top of the hour, I make him Bishop, Jerry. Mccurdy is here. Paul, the kid kid will here and I find the funky stories out there. I'll tell you I could arm wrestle with T about finding the weird stories to share with everybody. Charity we eat a credit cards worth of plastic every week is. Oh my God. That's funny and say it. Yes. It is. Okay. And I thought that was so good. I and so help the Himalayan sea salt. I only used that now. Yeah. Parenti. It's got plastic in it. Apparently also shellfish beer. And even our water that is just that is just so tiny tiny particles. But apparently somebody somebody added them all together squish them together. When this is the size of a credit card every single wig doesn't seem like it's making us sick. But it surely it can't be good. I avoid the sea salt, and I go for the Himalayan salt, because the Himalayan salt is actually mind. You know in the claims is doing it right, gosh. So there's a difference between Himalayan salt, MC salt. So, yeah, lasting, though, it's just a sad state of affairs are custard. Some of our soft, serve ice cream and are, are, are soft drinks. I don't want to name. Names. But apparently, they've got plastic in them to, to keep the form. So we can dip a spoon in and eat this milkshake type item is there a connection to the terminal diseases that we're dealing with cancer comes to mind down is just strange. And so kind of keep that in mind, anytime you have water shelve ish, beer, or salt, delicious. Yeah, we love them all. So go have a frosty. Their rock charity. What else is going on? A police are trying to calm.
"parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Adding the context of his constant criticisms of fed policy. Ignoring the usual protocols of at least the last thirty years of the president not commenting on monetary policy. So that also undermined his perspective nominees. And I think set off a lot of alarm bells on Capitol Hill. Back to Stephen Moore. He said in an interview with Bloomberg television that I'm not so sure I agree with the White House that we should cut rates by an entire percentage point. Adding, I just don't see the case for that right now. And again that was before he took his name out of consideration. Juliette? We've learned President Trump has met with billionaire Harry goal. That says the folks technology champion steps up his campaign to become Taiwan's next. President says they talked about folks in Wisconsin more from Bloomberg's Elissa Parenti. What telling reporters Foxconn is moving forward with its plan to build the manufacturing facility. And he says President Trump is promising to visit when production starts at the display screen factory. Next year Foxconn failed to me job targets last year to qualify for tax credits and loyal politicians are saying they doubt the company will create the thirteen thousand jobs. It initially promised the Trump quad meeting. This week marks the first time of sitting US president has met with. A perspective Taiwanese presidential candidate since the US. Cut ties with Taiwan in nineteen Seventy-nine. A Lisa Parenti. Bloomberg daybreak Asia, African swine fever in China's making it harder to bring home the bacon. As prices continue to rise there pork prices already up twenty percent from a year ago. More from Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes, swine fever causes massive hemorrhaging and kills almost every pig infects. Chinese officials estimate breeders have called a million hog since the deadly pig. Virus was discovered in October. But slaughter data indicate a hundred times more will be removed from China's hurt a four hundred forty million and Archer Daniels Midland says the number could be even higher. China has the world's third highest per-capita pork consumption is skyrocketing pork prices. Push inflation beyond three percent. It could prevent the central Bank from being able to take aggressive measures to boost the economy, the epidemic could also motivate Beijing to finalize a trade deal with the us that would lock in more. Overseas pork supply in Beijing. I'm Kathleen Hayes, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. We'll Hong Kong's economy expanded at the weakest pace since the Optima of the global financial crisis. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more the data show. The impact of the trade will in the slow down in China neighboring. Territories first quarter GDP growing just about half of one percent compared with a year ago that was all, but one economists full coast said that may be reason for hope quarter-on-quarter growth did surprise to the upside accelerating to one point two percent and property prices have been recovering that coupled with signs at China itself is stabilize may lift expectations who knows soon enough as the US and China closing in on a deal and that may hold the key in Hong Kong shots. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Coming up on seven minutes past the hour. Let's get to news speaker of the US house of representatives has accused the attorney general of crime at Baxter has that story in the rest of the global news on the Bloomberg nine sixty seven Cisco newsroom, quite serious. Yes. Very serious. And escalating, Brian not only Nancy Pelosi say AG William bar lied to congress. But the President Donald Trump is guilty of obstruction of Justice by refusing to honor subpoenas. Now, this up a real constitutional crisis over the issue of oversight. He lied to congress and anybody else did that it would be considered a crime. Nobody is above the law. Not the president of the United States and not the attorney general attorney general bar did not appear before congress today and share Jerrold Nadler says they will make one more attempt to negotiate his appearance, and then they will hold him in contempt. He cannot dictate to us. How we'll do our job we feel this is the most effective way of doing it. And that's our decision. Ranking Republicans official committee Doug Collins says this is moving way too fast. Two week process. You.
"parenti" Discussed on The SodShow
"Frustrated mood income today. On the upside I'm off to see Taylor swift tonight. No judgment guys night. Judgment. Nothing comes between me and a good bit of Taylor swift. Six and what was I thinking thinking hot on gaping would be done in a week. No, it is absolutely boiling outside. We couldn't no shade. Have also other. I'm gaining really attractive tan line round. My mid calls lexical lollies on press day and. It's slow going. Again, we really really let down by a couple of deliveries that turned up the gates realize the lorries we're going to be held in the field for just went. You're right things and drive away with all goods. So. Yeah. Couple days behind the this new Parenti that gonna turn up now they all in the transit Bermuda. Triangle? So I'm having to think of some climb base pretty pretty quickly. I don't know why. It sounds calm. I didn't feel calm to feel panicked. Bills day eight I'm up it's about five in the morning. Just basically running off nervous energy. So topping about five hours sleep a.
"parenti" Discussed on Rotated Views
"And so you worker's comp dude. There's an people don't think about it. They just think about the price that I think about the quality of the work. They don't think about those type of things, and there's I mean there's a ton of people. I talked. I don't win every job. Sure him when I talked to people like. Parenti is what works for this company. It just does. I'm straight up and down. This is how it goes. And that's how it is. You know, like pet peeves for me. Like are the worst is when you go over and beyond for somebody. And you take care of them yet, and you agree on a price. And then the quote that you sent them is spot on and you get to the end, and it's time to pay. And they're like, hey, is it the best you can do. Sharpen your pencil. What do you got there? This isn't a negotiation able to scope it work. It's crazy. Yeah. But there's so many things that you just don't know. And when you're not taught these things you kind of just going through the motions in winging it, and then you're you're failing. But it's costing you money. Every time you make the wrong move yet do but I am braced the failures. Just like the success. Yeah. I'm super humble in a lot of people don't know how to take me. You know, I had some unfortunate situations, man. But that's not really the person. I am. You know, I take people every day. I love it. I'm super humble, man. I put God, I would everything I do man. I think that's and we we used to do things for people like we were brought up like that. Like, you take care of people. Even when you have nothing I'm not saying like do something to wear it's going to hurt and you can't take care of your family. Sure. But you have to do think there's you have no idea how many people you run across every day. And there's people that you know, like, there's people that are suicidal. There's people every day, and they made a thought of doing something yourself and just a smile or a Hello sometimes could change their whole. You don't meet people by chance? Right. There's a reason everybody runs into somebody. Like, you do that. There's a reason for that. You don't know what that person was going through? And just hey like works. I do it every day. You know, there's times where people have talked to me and had no idea. I was going through something. Right. And they just mentioned some things, and I'm like man, it's really not that bad. Yeah. You know, when you take a step back, and you have to do that. And you have to regroup man. And just be fortunate for the things you don't. I mean, I mean the things that you have because most people, especially if you're on social media like most people don't social media every day and that somebody's highlight reel. Absolutely. That's not real life. Absolutely. Oh, you see this person? They're going away. Look how happy they are. And then you're out of the local bar, you go somewhere, and you're talking to them. They're like, oh my God. Dude. I gotta get away. You know in everybody goes through that because we Latian ships like you you have guys, and you guys my brother says it all the time. And he learned it in church, you know, like guys work respect and women work off love and emotion. You're never going to really see eye to eye man. But you got to figure out how to get through things together. I talked on every day. That's why you know, we sound very similar. We talk alike, but we still have different personalities. You know what I mean? And we bring different things at a table. So what what would you say to? I don't know. Maybe like a late teens early twenties kind of just someone who's just lost not can't really figure gather, all you know, it all together and just trying to make way they're not. They're not having any, you know, while thoughts or anything. But this all just lost. You know, it's crazy. Even my daughter, my oldest daughter. Yeah. She was going to Penn State yet, and she stopped going..
"parenti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Lisa Parenti on WBZ 'em in Chicago. I'm reporting on the new survey from career cast that finds more than three quarters of workers say they're unduly stressed while on the job. I'm Ed Corry on W T A M in Cleveland. I'm reporting never bounce has been acquired by discover orga marketing and sales intelligence company. Thanks, ed. The Federal Reserve has cited slowing global growth is one of the reasons for its new-found patients in raising rates, and it always C D projections appear to confirm that global growth is indeed slowing with overall projections down from three point five percent this year to three point three percent so June. Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Jonathan Farrow spoke with Bill Dudley. Former head of the new York Federal Reserve now at Princeton University and a contributor to Bloomberg opinion. What is there not a moment to lose for the markets to hook back with policy? The distance of the dots is substantial isn't it? Quite a bit of distance between the last summer economic projections. And what the market currently thinks the key question is when the fed says their patient does that mean they're done. And I think the answer is not necessarily. I think what's going to happen is we're going to have a pretty weak first quarter, and that's gonna probably reinforce the idea that the fed is done. But I think the economy is going to pick up steam after that some of the issues that were holding the economy back like the financial conditions that we saw in the fourth quarter questions about Chinese growth uncertainty about trade policy. I think those things are going to be resolved mainly positively in the first half of the year. So I think fed tightening maybe back on the table in the second half of two thousand nineteen the last couple of months, the Federal Reserve has come under some criticism about the way, it's communicated. It's changed towards a position of patients. How does the Federal Reserve refiners communication in the coming months to adjust and guide the market towards the reality. You just described. Well, I think the tried to get the market to focus less on what it says about its own projections and more about the economic outlook the economic outlook is what's going to drive the fed and what what changed in the fourth quarter. Was we had a lot of new developments. Financial conditions tightened growth abroad, slowed there uncertainty about trade policy and inflation was very young employees stopped declining even though payroll grossly strong. So there's a whole bunch of factors that pushed the fed in the direction of being patient, whether those factors will determine whether in fact patients means done, we'll Bill it's been quite difficult recently to get an understanding of the Fed's reaction function because there's been a lot of discussion about allowing for an overshoot on the inflation. Talkative ended around two percent. In your mind is this effect that's willing to tolerate a bit of an overshoot, and how does that complicate things? If you say to the market with data dependent, but the market doesn't know how you dependent on the data. Well, I think the discussion about inflation is really a longer term issue about do. They want to move away from their current policy, which is a bygone policy. In other words, if they miss inflation below two percent for a long period of time. Their next move is to try to get back to two percent not above two percent. That's the current policy. They're now having discussions about whether that's not maybe that's not the right policy because that might lead inflation expectations to decline over time. So they're thinking about refining their their objectives. But that's different. That's not gonna happen right in the very near term. They're going on a big project over the next six to twelve months to evaluate whether they're inflation targeting regime is the proper one in the near term. It's really going to be bad growth pressure on resources whether that shows up in any inflation pressure. I think the fed is going to be tolerant of inflation slightly above two percent. But if they think the communist a lot of momentum if they think inflation's gonna keep climbing then they're going to start to tighten again. You're just joining us William Dudley. A Bloomberg opinion piece. Don't assume. -ssume that the fed has done raising rates that according to Bill Dudley, Dr Dudley on paragraphs seven you do what you do best which is hide your mathematics. You talk about threshold effects. And you also talk about a nurse force the physics of monetary policy. Where is the inertial force right now in our monetary policy. Well, it takes takes a bit of information for the fed to search changes mind. So we had a lot of evidence in the fourth quarter that push the fed offset off the notion of continuing to tighten it in the near threat. Now, it's gonna take that evidence reversing quite a bit of reversal before the fed starts to decide to tighten again. If you look at the fed monetary policy through history, the fed doesn't move radically. Don't they don't go up and then down up and then down they tend to move in cycles, and that sort of shows you that there's thresholds defects to get them to move in one direction or the other. Once they start moving takes quite a bit of information to get them to stop. And once they've stopped. It takes a bit information to get them to move again. Can we just take the opportunity to lift the lid on the decision making process at the FOMC whenever we have guests come into radio with and to see how the sausage is made. They're always surprised by how messy it really is unlikely. Because of what Thomasson behind the scenes, it's very messy, Tom. I'm just wondering how messy is at the FOMC because the market is literally gripping on every hanging on every single word. You guys put out. Happens. Come on Bill. We're among friends here. How do you decide on the word everyone's going to go out there and talk about patience? Patience is on you guys. Sing kumbaya patients. Patients means what it says I'm going to be able to do anything. It doesn't mean I'm done. But you sit around the typo Bill and decided that's the word you're going to go out and try to rant for the next month. Or so talk me through the decision making process. These words are not chosen lately. I mean, if you see something that's in a speech or in a in the cherish press conference. Those words are very carefully chosen. Someone is speaking extemporaneously, then you can discount those words a little bit. Because people obviously can't be as precise when they're speaking. At the writing the words are very important says pit picking those words with care and deliver care after careful deliberation. And it's also words that are picked their socialized across the committee. I mean, typically typically. The chair wants to the committee to be together. Right. And so there's you know, there's gonna be some discussion about these kind of words the words that are appropriate or not Bill I want you to weigh in here on the raging debate. In the scope of the time that we've got left with you this morning modern monetary theory Lawrence Summers. Writing in the post on it yesterday, Ken Rogoff writing in project syndicate, Paul Krugman coming out forcefully against a theory advocated by Stephanie Kelton of Stony Brook, and she's written this up in Bloomberg opinion is well, I don't want to go to a great dissertation right now in 'em. But part of it is a belief that the legislative branch can make a decision making or can execute decision making on fiscal slash monetary policy in a more efficacious way than they Federal Reserve system. Do you see any evidence of that? There can be a better process of execution of our fiscal policy. Other than from the fed. I do not subscribe to monitor monetary theory at all. I mean, the fact that you issue debt and your own currency means you can't default. That's true. But that doesn't mean you can't have a huge hyperinflation problem. And this was tried in. We're my Republicans tried in Zimbabwe. We had a little episode of this in the in nineteen sixty s and nineteen seventy s this is a really a crackpot theory, in my opinion that said could there be better coordination of monetary policy and Cisco policy, right? Absolutely. So. You said we're bound for interest rates. It'd be great if we had a fiscal policy at that time that was strongly pro cyclical lives actually, providing support to the economy. One thing I'd like to see is the fiscal stabilisers, automatic fiscal stabiliser strengthened. So if there is an economic downturn, people know, the government is going to cut fiscal pup each fiscal policy, and that's gonna stimulate. That would help the fed do his job better coordination between the physical side. And the monetary policy side would help the economy that was Bill Dudley. Former New York fed president, and that's all for this edition of Bloomberg best you can see all of our best work at an I best go on the Bloomberg terminal. Our show is produced by Carolina O'Brien, I'm June Grosso, and I'm Ed Baxter..
"parenti" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"But it was another moment for me to show courage and have that competence in. What God is placed in me. And who got is the I would just live true to the core values. He's placed within our household. And in that we're discontinuing to be intentional. Just like we've been for years. So those core values didn't change. Now. The core values have stuck. That's the key. I think. Yeah. Because as I'm listening to you what I'm what I'm hearing. You say is we have these core values for our family? Yeah. And no matter where we go where he leads us. What jobs we take what jobs, whatever these never change? And the interesting thing is that we've had to discover what those core values were. So it's not so much that this is what I teach I teach families to choose three core. Values into commit to them for twelve. Months and within my book, I have a list of like ninety six core value. Okay. Good you're now. Yeah. So you go to that list? And you just read through them. I encourage people to read through the list, they're going to be some words that just stand out to you. When you get to those. You'd like circle the ones that sound good. If you end up with like fifteen good ones, then go back through it again. And just go like which ones like if you had the think about when my child is eighteen and they're moving on. What do I want to be true and real for them? Okay. That's good. Then those are going to be the truly core values. Here's another clue. What really ticks you off? Like when my kids do this. It ticks me off. So one of the things is if my kid I tell there. I correct them they go to their room, and they slam the door shut. Whoo. It feel my to get tight. Like did. They just slam. Yes. And it's just this thing. But what I was able to identify overtime is that was a respect issue. That was disrespectful if I'm talking to you, and you just walk away. And I would feel myself go did did you just walk away from me? Like that's respecting see that's a core value for me. So one or the other you could say what do I want to be true for my children? Or you could say what are those things that really are like sensitive buttons for me. 'cause that means to your core. It is part of who you are like you want that to be real in true in the spaces where you're living in operating. So for us are three core values our faith, love and respect. And these are three core values that you've had for years for years now, and we use those core values to make decisions about our money about our friendships about how we spend our time about the church community were in about extracurricular activities for the kids. Movies. We watch all these things. Go back to are these in line with our core values or no do they support them or? No. Or can we use like, let's say it's a movie, and it's all outside our core values like nothing happened in this movie that we go this is honorable can we use the scenes in that movie to talk about how our core values? How this goes against the core values of what God is good within it. So all within that they become a regular conversation within our home. And it helps to focus us all in to. How are we headed in the direction that God has been trying to point in with that what we're doing is infusing a sense of core identity within our children. And that is who they are. So these are your faithful person where are they going to be when they leave? Yeah. Is based on everything and your parenting. Yes. You know? I just I was telling you this over yet here. I just sit interview with Laura Casey that is going to be a part of our patriarch page and she taught. About living. Okay. Let me get right. Not living by accident but living with intention. Yes. And I think when when you're talking I'm like, I'm hearing the same thing of I think we can get through our parenting, and we're probably all I'm thinking of ways, I'm guilty of this right now of just doing the thing, right? Doing the motions doing the parenting. But is it just might just Parenti max or to have any intention, and you're saying parents, we need intention. Absolutely..
"parenti" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"Like this person's probably overly. Parenti right. Like that. Just probably a very overprotective parent may be that they're just very much like like checking up on their kid all the time. Like, yeah. That's what that signals to me. I know you're right. That's another way to exactly that that that person is just kids are their world and don't have space. Yeah. Hopefully world, but we should. I'm not saying that kids are your world. I'm just saying. Yeah. A might say that it's your everything. And there's no more space for something else to come in. Okay. This next one. I am not looking for fun. Okay. No one wants to hear that. And that is use it for me. I mean, unless you say, I'm not looking for fun fun finds me you could end up that now. But I'm not right. That would be twist on that one. Yeah. That was how you could add if you're saying, I'm not looking for fun. And I understand the reason why women might right? This is because they have a bad experience. And they start like falling for someone and just about sex. Like, I think women are trying to say here is I'm not looking for something. Casual I'm not looking for just a fling. I'm not looking for a role in the, hey. People say that anymore. I would say that roll in the hay, heavy petting hate the term. So no, heavy petting. We were doing heavy petting on. I don't wanna know. But. I get it. So like. Mean dog peppy sounds like someone that doesn't know how to pet a dog? Exactly. That is the problem. Exactly. Don't do it too. Heavy. And so I think yeah, you guys like another Girvan just says that you, you know, you could say I'm looking for what you should say. As a result is I'm looking for a relationship looking for committed relationship rather than saying, I'm not just looking for fun, which apparently a lot of women, right? That we get it. We get it that you think guys are going to temperate it or whoever is going to temperate it is like you're not looking for sex. But no thirds going to think you are not a good time, probably uptight and uptight. I'm not looking for fun. I just want to sit around, and what isn't fun. Okay. Let's next one. Don't send me dick pics. Okay. Guys. There's so many this is so loaded in so many ways. I mean, first of all don't semi dick pic sounds like an away by saying that sounds like it was like you've got so many picks that you've had to say sort of upsetting and startling. But also, I feel if you say don't send me a dick pic, and then there was a guy who was like damn it. I was just about to Texas to you. And he doesn't I mean do you want that there's not a guy going? Oh my God. I was just about to send it. So I didn't. I just think that the guys are going to date are probably not going to be the ones that need dick pics. Anyway. Right. Like, I am. Yeah. So basically in a way, so I bet these people are saying this to try to weed out the weirdos. But in a sense, they're kind of stopping themselves when we're running out the weirdos. They just won't send the dick pic, but then you're gonna find out later that they're weird some right? Exactly. So why not just say how many picks do you really get as a woman? I mean, I know we used to get him on Facebook. At our Facebook page, but what I'm saying is. Yeah. The type of guy that's gonna read it and say oh Cup are not do it. Now is not the guy that you're going to date. Anyway, you're going to know that if you dick pic, and I just don't think they're that rampant. And it also I think when you do a lot of don't or a hate or a don't like are negative things in your bio like I hate this. I hate that or people in nor- me or don't I just think it's much better to tell a story in your in your bio in your dating profile like show, don't tell. So you could talk about something that you do like like I love Dick's now. I mean, some people do right? They do I like sex, but don't fix it. Just you know, I think that they just think whatever we are..
Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?
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Data analytics company Pailin tier is reportedly considering going public Pailin tier is the company co founded by controversial Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, formerly of pay pal. It's named after an all seeing artifact in the Lord of the rings trilogy, and it promises police departments governments even the IRS that it can take in a huge amount of data and make a informed guesses to help track down criminals and in a secret pilot program in New Orleans, Pailin tear tech even tried to predict when crime would happen or who might be a victim. But lately, it's huge twenty billion dollar valuation is in doubt and privacy. Activists are concerned about its tactics. Let's dig into this in quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Mark Harris is a reporter who's covered Pailin tear for wired politics selling point is that can take these hundreds of data streams from old different kinds of systems that don't nobody worked together. And it can squeeze them all into this pot to come up with these insights. But that's actually really tricky because you have to understand a lot of different types of Audra, a lot of different types of software and databases and every company and every jurisdiction dustings way. Well, in one of the other things that's been speculated is that pollen tear may have actually promised cities like New Orleans or Los Angeles that it could do sort of pre crime prediction, right that it could sort of use artificial intelligence to say, oh crimes are more likely to happen here. You should direct resources that way. Yeah. It's the case that police departments want to be smarter about the way they deploy their offices and deployed their resources to question is can you do that in a way that respects people civil liberties that doesn't talk it populations minorities, perhaps a poll neighborhoods that have disproportionate amounts of policing? Even though there's plenty of crime happening. Elsewhere there's a cycle of there's been crime here in the past. So let's go there gin and. Or you can institutionalize a lot of biases and discriminations. The you know that we've seen historically in cities across America. It reminds me a little bit of the Cambridge Analytica story where they were saying look, we can use this data to micro target to such an extent that it will be like, we're psychic. We can get right inside someone's brain. And I wonder if there is a possibility that no company can do as much with mounds of data as they promise. Right. That's really true. Right. It's nice that they have success stories, but we're not seeing the day today work with not seeing how useful it is for officers, and some of the emails that I've seen, you know, found that some people using the thought it was path other people, you know, had struggled with it and struggle to get it usable by them and to give them useful results in their work. So you're right Parenti has this mystique of having trouble the intelligence agencies. They have a grey attractive background. They sound like a an interesting company to have that sort of technology working in your organization into the truth of it is can you actually see whether it pays for itself. I haven't seen those data it's entirely possible. And if they go public, which they're planning to do in the next couple of years, then we'll have a lot more visibility into what they're doing. Mark Harris wrote about Pailin tear in wired this month, you can find a link to that story at our website. Marketplace tech dot org. And now for some related links literally related this time. First of all, you have to read the Wall Street Journal story from the other day about pollen tear, and it's and possible problems with its business plan if only for the description of Pailin, tears, the Alex carp his beanies, but Varian farmhouse tied cheese swords loud German phone calls and how he describes Pailin tear as a quote colony of artists, but plenty of people find surveillance software. Neither Corky nor artistic last month. Several immigrant rights groups put out a report accusing Pailin tear along with Amazon and bay area company called forensic logic. Which does predictive crime analysis of helping the Trump administration excessively target immigrants for jail or deportation? Amazon you may have heard has been selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement agencies. The software is called recognition spelled with a creepy. K instead of a sif. In may the ACLU ran a test of the system and found that it accidentally match twenty eight members of congress with mugshots of other people. Amazon said it was mis calibrated last month and anonymous Amazon employee wrote a medium post saying that four hundred fifty employees inside the company had signed a letter to Jeff Bezos asking the company to stop selling the recognition software to law enforcement and actually to kick Pailin tear off of Amazon web services. What a tangled web of surveillance. We we've happy weekends everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. 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"parenti" Discussed on Take it or Leave it
"Because we just did the Halloween video the eighties. Parenti? Okay. We've done. We did a first one. We've done the Halloween and hold onto your in. Any people were doing a Christmas one blue. Okay. But listen. My parents had no freaking clue where I was. None yet. There was no way to track me or tag me or no what was going on the street lights came on your. But better have been home or they were starting to call around and figure out what how she were at and you better get your about home. Right. Like, they didn't they didn't come to all of my sporting activities. They didn't show up to everything they were. You know what I mean? It was like we were not I had nobody being that involved in my life, and we survived and we made it. But now, we are forced to feel as society that if we do not know that that that they are breeding every second of every day that we are failing his parents. And I think it's crap. And I think the social media and the phones and the technology play a big piece of that big component of that. And that kind of just takes me off because I feel like we got a broad deal. Right us. Parents gotta Roddam deal. Right. Did your parents know where you were at every? Second of every moment. Never they. They actually never know where he was ever to the opposite extreme leaked where I was like dang. Well, and I'm saying once again, if we were to find some freaking moderation like, we'll probably be okay. We'll probably be fine. Yeah. We're all gonna come across some crap and have to deal with some stuff. Like I said last night to my husband. I was like should we put the cloning app on his phone? So we can see what sites he's visiting. Should. We be doing that yet. And he's like, I don't really want to. But we can. And so we have to have a conversation about that. But do I really need that? I am. I just being am. I just being a paranoid. Dr really need to know if he's if he's looking at porn. This is so hard this is real life. This is the crap people are thinking about I want somebody who has a cloning app on their kids phone call in I want somebody who who is looking at everything their kids doing on their tech advice on their tech device. And I want you to tell me why you do it. And what you've seen as a result of it. And do you think it's worth doing? Or is this overstepping? I I'm just look this is a massive parenting conversation to have here. And I know your kids are a little bit younger, and I'm being way more vocal today because I feel like they are two and three four but something five, but I really it's really got my panties in a bunch because I feel like we us pair us individuals who are parenting in this day and age we got the raw deal man horrifying, I'm so scared. Everything is horrifying. We're told to be horrified all the time. And it's like, no, I don't wanna be horrified. Hang out gossip a little bit. So do you ever like 'cause I know I have anxiety in general. I'm a total helicopter parent by kids will never have fun day in their life because over them making sure that they don't. But are you ever like 'cause you always seem? So like, our personas in those videos are close to what we are your you just seemed cool as a cucumber, and I'm always like like other areas. Too heavy. My kids are going to suffocate. I I was you in the beginning..
"parenti" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"So you mentioned that Megan trainers, mom listens to the podcast, maybe Meghan Trainor as well. L. somebody that also listened to the podcast is Selma Blair and ice want to send her all of the love from every single one of our listeners. She came out this weekend publicly with her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, Parenti. There's different kinds of MS. So I'm just hoping for her that she has perhaps that save the most benign kind and that she's able to live with this in Luanda as healthy life as possible for as long as possible. She's got a young son and just sucks man. She still looks so hot at Instagram. Oh, God. Is it bad that she's hot now, but that's not what I would have said. Thank God. You did you say. All right. Here's a hypothetical. Well, a few hypothetical. Okay. Can be a few plora let's do it because I purposefully spoke in hypotheticals because I didn't wanna get sued where we going here. I saw photos over the weekend of this one guy. The photos really concerned me. It was apparent to me to me and I'm not at. I would say, I'm an expert. I'm not a doctor though. I don't intimately know though based on these photos that I saw and other photos that I've seen recently and other incidents and other things, this guy looks very unhealthy to me. This guy to me looks like he's doing drugs. I don't have any information. I don't know for sure. It is pure speculation. Having said that I now totally rethinking so many things all the rumors in the past about him and drugs. Some of. Which have been confirmed. Even one story that I read about him and his ex girlfriend being spotted in a CD part of Los Angeles or that one video for people were speculating. Everybody knows that you're talking about by not mentioning anybody's name or there was a one video recently. Reverend who was thinking is that the one guy was tweaking and I didn't think he was, but I'm starting to rethink everything. Now I think that person's just letting himself go a little bit because he's having some fun this. It's not just dirty. They're on a skateboard and he's doing physical activity. He's playing soccer, that is not the behavior of someone that's out partying. It's just not if you're partying, you're hung over. You don't want to do anything. You're lethargic this guys out there, killing it every day. So I'm not buying your theory not at all. Okay, I am. I like to hear you are. Take on it. I'm glad to hear that. Maybe it's just me being dirty looking doesn't, but it's certainly not just the did you not see the photos I have. I don't see it as that he looks any different. Like I said, if this behavior was different, if he was a recluse, if he was spotted out at night, he's not. He's out playing soccer still. He's still on his bicycle. Well, there are many functioning addicts out there. There are. That's true, but their life becomes about partying. His life doesn't seem to be about party. Well at first I thought it was meth, but now I'm reading some people speculating. You're an alarmist speculating that he may be doing a lot of opiates and that those people could be highly functional. You don't even know until they're dead, like prince or Bethany Frankel the x. or the list goes on and on and on. So I hope I'm wrong. Having said that and giving all the context about this hypothetical person whom I have not meant. Who who that person is if you were dating that person, and if that person was in an addict phase using and abusing you don't have to be someone with someone that's like that..
Commandos in helicopter stage daring prison break of notorious inmate
"It's going to be hot and we're all going to die don't worry the nhs's seventy this week thursday exactly but it's celebrating birthdays i had for my fifth kissed basically but jodi we this morning russell quick founder and chief executive of e moved okay to uk the property website and median and political activists cates must be good morning good morning brighteyed and bushy tailed i guess it just make up look strange and blue eyes shut it but whatever whatever whatever works policy in the city can we can talk about gender neutral uniform i've got much more fuddyduddy in average my my my my my second halfcentury queens setzer everyone twins antibody great the school of loads and loads talk about and some really fascinating stories as well including english notorious gangster he skate by helicopter from a prison in paris amherst that they actually kidnapped the the helicopter pilots to in that prison break absolutely extraordinary story something out of a hollywood movie accumulating flagged a taxi i just get it ahead he company get out of prison noted problem let's get to all very i guess to get all the big news roundup scott lucas as on the line is professor of international politics at birmingham university good morning coach we we getting very international today because it's quite lots of a news abaza cross the field brexit first of all we've got this talk of the eurosceptics finally issued an ultimatum to the prime minister over a big solid well we told every week i would crucial and summit didn't come into monday morning's papers every single week i be i mean seriously it's last week was beheaded this big summit which brexit betty got mentioned the week before and it was all about these big votes in the job somehow theresa may seems to wish to scrape through but there is this big meeting on friday at chequers prime minister space to apparently try to get her cabinet tonight but it doesn't look like what we've seen in these papers this weekend michael parenti one of the leading breaks it is tearing up his copy of the the proposed white paper on brexit and it doesn't look likely to be full agreement in the cabinet yet does it well that's an understatement of the year the question is to be blunt with british newscasts going to decide to stick to caesar in other words whether the price of tears are going to come out in open rebellion against may either just before or after friday's meeting let me explain why what we've got now julia's i think a reckoning is coming up because oliver robins who is the chief negotiator briefed secretaries of state that there's going to have to be a norway style deal now what that means is accepting european rules for single market including the european quarter justice or there's going to be absolutely no trade agreement whatsoever with the eu we're pretty much on own there's no in between between those two which is what the brexit here's have been fudging along that somehow we can maintain positive trade relations with europe without having to accept the single market in the customs union now if that is the topic of friday's meeting that i think it does mean crisis becomes a relevant point and that's what jacob breeze malls was point reasonable was points over the weekend he was actually saying under no circumstances do we take the elements of trade with europe which involves acceptance of regulations we go completely on our own the problem for res mall and he knows this is it economically at least in the short term and i actually think of a longterm britain's going to suffer a great deal of damage because of that well i mean look their arguments for against the economic hearkens full hand it's a question of what people thought they were voting for when it breaks i mean again we talk about a big crunch rate because the general view had been leach from both sides lead theresa may in place they remain is what trusting that she wasn't a storage brexit tear they'd get much of what they wanted the eurosceptics have been you know lulled into lulled into me they might think novels pretentious thinking well everything was going to be fine because.
"parenti" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Welcome everybody to a very special episode of the four twenty blazing h lee podcast oh you were waiting there there's nothing special about it and we are not smoking and we don't smoke and we don't curse people to smoke because that's an elite it's an illegal activity in can get you in lots of trouble not just with the government but with your parents today's episode is sponsored by on it miandi hymns and seek this is i'm superseded now this on monday we've got ninja the twitch megastar joining us leave your questions on the subject he's coming in at two pm psd believe on monday this monday i'm friggin super pumped to me and talk with indra and then also i just want to say very happy national walkout day which coincides with four twenty which is a happy coincidence national cool walkout right let's go let's go protests gun violence i'm blazed how did they both fall on the same day i dunno also hitler's birthday parenti so it's because busy day columbine happened today oh wait did i was never clear it was the guy who did the due to combine did they choose hitler's birthday specifically or is it a coin oh that's can you guys research that's pretty let's celebrate the biggest mass murdering shithead the ever exist let's celebrate his life here's our favorite for twenty video this was by wanting this this guy makes great content i don't know if he's so making videos on your computer this guy's a great man he's got some real classics so on for ever yeah he he was making videos back back back back in the day when we were just walking around shirtless this guy was getting here enjoy the skies it it's that time by on your computer.
"parenti" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club
"So there's a whole segment about stepparents and this really hit me personally i'm engaged to be married to a man who has three kids and he has shared custody with his ex wife so the kids live with us half of the week and i see them a lot you know the whole idea of being a step parent or step mother it just sort of never really entered into the equation in the beginning as i was dating which isn't a topic we talked about last month but yeah i mean it's it's a big deal and i'm actually in a situation where his kids are older they're in high school and i've known them for a couple of years but now i'm living in a house that they also live in and it's been interesting i mean i wouldn't say that i love them i really am affectionate toward them and i i really like them it's harder because they're older it's also harder because they're boys and it's hard because it's not like they don't have a mother they have a mother i'm just another person in their life so it's not like i am anything really to them so it's sort of hard to create that bond we're confident the moat we say to the muslims who may have trouble initially in loving child is that look if you really work hard at trying to understand your child and respond to his needs at some point those feelings that seem allusive now may well kick in and it will take some time for you to learn to love this individual because nobody logical trigger that makes you any passer as a parent than anyone else but i but i really care about these kids and even yesterday i actually had a moment with the oldest one and i'm still so proud of that moment of just him telling me about him getting into college and asking him questions and and it was like one of those moments that i feel like it's a really fr conversation especially when i have to talk to them about things that might be a bit more difficult and a bit more parenti i guess because i'm not really their parent but i will say that my fiancee.
"parenti" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Frei here honey calm down i'm gonna radio you got to yeah you got one in every room sweetheart here's a shower one we don't want you think into hard while you're in there i mean that sounds camp for the radio business yes that's going to be a lot of small business this fun fact that is how the radio from started yes we tweet i saw one of your tweet and you know is is probably about people who knows but the what i took from it was that you had multiple concussions you've at eight concussions in your life yeah from falling down drunk find ondrive are you now one was i was younger couple and i was younger i broke my breasts and i hit my head that from dancing and a your dancer nice let my bike disappeared in oh that must have been a in incredible accident was like a good one or you just off you bike i5 like fucked i i was a we had japanese exchange students at the time and my dad was afraid i was going like pass out like two made one of them stare at me so i couldn't falsely tetsuya think he tests yeah i think he probably kept me lot while parenti may just stare at my daughter for a while you're making fall house i know what he was getting some tape my dad the navy diallo and but dead after maybe you get six or sudden more being drove yeah i think that's probably a good assessment dan i i've even fallen after and i'm like fought they can't be good again fallen after why fallen sober exactly okay does that make you feel good in a way look look i would have fallen anyone oh no that makes me feel good no way no it doesn't because they don't have an excuse so just the jury me followed is what makes it probably means he felt would you would you wake up in the hospital multiple times jahor ambulance as i'm not.