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Fresh update on "putt" discussed on Steve Thomson and Eric Nelson
"For news. Partly cloudy 81 degrees at 303 on mark Fry. Total Covert 19 cases increased by 715 in Minnesota from Saturday to today. The Minnesota Department of Health reported. The State Health Department also reports three additional deaths from the virus, putting the state's death total at 1500 to 251. Minnesotans are in the hospital with Corona virus, 123 of which require intensive care. 13,054 Tests were completed Saturday, down just over 3000. From the day before the long walk for an Alabama Manto honor George Floyd and call for Change is coming to an end today. And with that several 100 people follow Terry Willis in the final leg of his what that began last month and Huntsville, Alabama. Great and I'll fill it right now. You will love and I'm ready to work. They, Willis says his day is filled with emotion as he finally makes his way to 38th and Chicago site where George Floyd died in police custody. Willis says he did this for change and justice and he wants everyone to be seen as equals. Al. Shock NEWS talking 30 W. CCO Minnesota Senator.
Easter Europe virus clusters impede free travel
"Coronaviruses surges in Eastern Europe approaching new restrictions reversing some recently reinstated its travel rules countries are facing rising waves of positives using the new restrictive measures Croatia is ordering the mandatory use of face masks while Hungarian authorities say that putting countries into three categories red yellow and green based on the rate of new infections with entry bans on mandatory quarantines depending on which country people are coming from furnace in countries in the red capital I'm not banned from entry hungry what hunger and citizens arriving from those locations we'll have to stay quarantine for two weeks or until they test negative twice forty eight thousand part I'm Charles de Ledesma
Disney World Reopens With Masks and Without Lines
"Disney Close its gates to parks around the world back in March due to the Corona virus, it brought heartbreak to dedicated fans in park goers. But Disney World in Orlando is now open. Brooks Barnes is a New York Times reporter. He writes about this in the paper and is there today he joins us on the case. CBS RING Central News Line to tell us more about it. Hey, Brooks. Hey there. How are you? Good. I well, you're in a theme park. You're probably doing great. So tell us what are the crowd's like I just left have been there since early this morning. It was strange to see this park, which is usually Gridlocks with strollers, and they'll bow down bow sort of surreal. It was You know, plazas were sort of empty. It. Definitely. There were definitely people there, but it's not feel crowded at all. You know, you mentioned the surreal feeling. I was with my family in Los Angeles for a week of Disneyland during 9 11 and on 9 11 the park was closed. But the next day we went back to Disneyland. We didn't know what else to do Little kids, and it's a very surreal, weird experience. So is that sort of the field? Definitely outside the park in Orlando. You really feel the the pandemic the way you know things were closed. When you normally come to Disney world. There's sort of this energy hotels are bursting at the seams. You drive by now to the park and, you know, hotel there sort of sitting empty. Inside, you know, Adding to this weird feeling is, you know should be even be here. You know? Is it safe? Yes, Disney says it is They're all sorts of protocols they put into place limited capacity. Everyone has to wear a mask. Your temperature taken. But you know they're things that sort of come up against each other. It's jarring Tio suddenly go inside and feel of the You know the happiness. The happy Disney way. So when you went in, they take her temperature with the forehead thing and, yes, And then then what else do they do As you come into the park, did they give you special instructions? So you can no longer buy a ticket, You know, Decide that morning. You're going to come. You have to have a reservations are calling it their rolled out a new system and that way they can. Lim Attendance. It didn't seem so great this morning in terms of when everyone kind of showed up at once, which led to some crowding, but inside the park, so once you get there you have your reservation. To take your temperature, which went really smoothly. And then inside. You'll notice that all of the employees are wearing masks on and face shield. So you know, it takes you out of the experience for sure. You realize. Oh, wait. You know people are Are, you know, putting themselves at risk, but everyone that I talked to both employees and cap and guest. Said that they felt they felt safe. I talked to a lot of them and I was I was sceptical, to be honest now on the rides on the roller coasters, etcetera. Are you not supposed to scream or did are they seating people for a party? Sure, you know they have not gone as far as saying Don't scream is I think they did in a park in Japan, but Yes. They're feeding you every other row. You're still wearing your mask. If you're if you're coming down a little bit below your nose, you know someone kind of approaching you. At a distance, but saying, Hey, can you please put that over your mouth and nose? This is very you know, stringent, almost militaristic in its park operation, And at a moment like this, I appreciated that I felt Hey. With my I had my mask. My Clorox wipes, you know the huge thing of hand sanitizer, but it's definitely not for everybody.
Atlanta mayor, Georgia governor at odds over reopening plans
"Soaring Corona virus cases are putting a strain on hospitals, most notably in the south. There's nothing really putting the brakes on this angry ce right now. So I do worry that we may reach a saturation point with some of our hospitals as much. Atlanta medical centers worn, They're running out of space microbiologist Amber Smith, he says. The state maybe at a tipping point. Beth Galvin with Box five in Atlanta with a Democratic mayor, is it odds with Georgia's Republican governor? Mayor Keisha Lands Bottoms has sent the city back to phase one of its reopening plan. But Governor Brian Kempes office says the mayor's order is not
Mississippi seeing big virus outbreak
"In, Mississippi today, they are finally doing a mask ordinance in multiple counties. This after a week, in which there is finally a considerable freak out in the state government Mississippi over the extent and rapid growth of the virus in that state. To my fellow Mississippians please take this as an alarm. Our numbers are getting worse. We. Need your cooperation. I know. That no orders will be effective if we do not have the participation of our people. Is Up to all of us. If you live in any corner of our state, please follow the rules. We are in the middle of a spike. It is putting a strain on our hospital system. Mississippi is in a fight for our lives. Republican Tate Reeves Governor of the State of Mississippi State Health Officer Thomas. Stops is being perhaps even more stark about how far Mississippi is already off the cliff. We've been talking about this. Saying it's coming and here it is. And not only is it here. It's going to get worse. Yesterday. Five of our biggest hospitals in the state had zero ICU beds zero. An additional war had five percent last additional three had less than ten percent. Our biggest medical institutions who take care of our patients have no room to take care of additional folks, and when I talked to my er colleagues. I'm understanding. They can't get them anywhere because there's nowhere to send them. We're sending people out of state. All the time because Mississippi hospitals cannot take care of Mississippi patients. SIPPY hospitals cannot take care of Mississippi patients. That's Mississippi State health officer Thomas
MLB's COVID-19 testing issues force teams to cancel workouts, league acknowledges 'unforeseen delays'
"MLB's Comeback Plan has run into trouble. The League promised that it would test player for Covid. Day With results coming within twenty four hours, but this past weekend is players reported to training camp. Several teams said that their test results were taking longer than twenty hours to arrive. Of the results do not come back in twenty four hours. They simply cannot play. Because then you run the risk of players playing games being around their teammates for days knowing if they tested positive for coronavirus, and as a result, there's been players showing concern. There's been teams already canceling workouts putting out angry statements criticizing Major League baseball for not making this quicker for or following their own rules already major league baseball is trying to find another lab or to to try to help process these tests, but it's a bad start. In one interview Chicago Cubs Star Kris Bryant said quote. I wanted to play this year. Because I thought it would be safe and I would feel comfortable, but honestly I don't really feel that way major. League Baseball released a statement saying that more than ninety five percent of that first round of tests have been conducted analyzed shared with teams the League, said quote. The health and safety of our players and employees will remain our highest priorities.
Dozens of Miami-Dade FFs Tackle Junkyard Blaze
"The flames broke out among piles of junk vehicles at the facility along northwest 22nd Avenue, giving firefighters or run for their money. Accessibility is definitely one of the issues. Typically, junk yards are pretty secure, and they have limited means of of ingress and egress, so accessibility to the cars themselves is difficult. Maggie Castro with Miami Dade Fire Rescue says firefighters are working on putting out some hot spots. Nobody is reported hurt. United Airlines officials say they've reached an agreement
Will you have to re-purchase some PS4 games on Sony PS5?
"Hey, we're putting out game x on playstation four, but we're also putting out on playstation five, and when I buy it on playstation four I wanted to work on playstation five like the playstation Vita version, and that's the argument we're having right now is a even that's where everybody's. Mind is right now cool. What how does this work do I have to pay you for I? Don't want to buy the game again like so. Is it a free upgrade after by special edition? How does this work? That's where we're at right now. And that's only I. Think an issue right now at this thing. When we jumped next year and place five games already going. That's the other thing, too, you know. You saying here Benjamin like what's the incentive for major third parties to abandon the playstation four and xbox one versions of games? It's the same as always that once the playstation five an xbox series x get entrenched and have a sizable audience. Guess what people are going to want to buy those games. People want the new shiny version. They want to know that they're getting the best version third parties. Right now don't care. Put out you know games on playstation for and then put it out that way and be done with it, but when we get to the line, where playstation five is knock on wood for all of us as an industry taking off, and being doesn't. Maybe it's number. Two xbox series exits in front of it. It's still that idea that you. You buy the playstation five. You know at a discounted rate and it's two years later. You WanNa. Buy Games that are labeled playstation five. Because you're excited about that, you're excited about what your new machine can do. In the bells and whistles and the frames per second, and all that jazz like it's just the Marsha progress. It would be a different story altogether. If playstation in Xbox had come to an on their xbox already did it, but if playstation to come to. It on their own, it was like cool. It is now we are now the playstation platform. We here's the box. It has the playstation sacred symbol across the top, and it says enhanced for playstation, five, or whatever it is exactly what series doing, and why smart delivery so smart in why it's such an interesting idea like I think that this is as usual. Usual the same thing as always it's the boat has been is being rocked right now. We as human beings. We don't like change, and so it seems like the sky is falling, and it's all this thing and all my God like. HOW ARE THEY GONNA? Handle all this I. think honestly by you know next year the fall of next year twenty twenty one. Smart not smart deliver because that makes sense, and that's fine. This cross Jan. How are we upgrading? Thing will not be conversation. Greg now it's time to squad up the. Am I wrong blessing. Do you disagree with me? I agree. I think everything is so spot on like I. Think we're. I understand where Benjamin's coming from their question I, think they're putting too much. stake into the architecture, and how much of a hurdle that is when it comes to making multiple versions of game or smart delivery, and all this stuff I think even without that hurdle of architecture, like where I think things are still going to pan out kind of the same I. Think we'll see some I think we'll see more crossover this gen more so than previous JEN's. Three years into next Gen we're going to see people regularly putting out, ps. Four an xbox one games, because like you said like people want the shiny new
Medical group cited by Trump denounces school funding threat
"President trump continues threatening to cut federal funding if schools do not reopen this fall the president tweets virtual learning has been terrible compared to in person classes and schools must be open he writes if not open why would the federal government give funding it won't the White House has been citing the American academy of pediatrics and oppressed reopen schools they're very adamant about kids needing to go back to school the academy is now pushing back against the president's funding threats in a joint statement with national education unions in the superintendent's group it says withholding money from schools that do not reopen in person full time would be misguided putting already financially strapped schools in an impossible situation and students and teachers at risk Sager made Ghani Washington
Sony Patent Suggests PlayStation Backward Compatibility Will Happen in the Cloud
"We have another Sony Patent to talk about just the every week. There's a new Sony Patent. They're patent crazy over there, so. This one's suggests. Playstation? Presumably the playstation, five could be backwards compatible with previous generations of playstation, three, two and one just like series XS, being backwards compatible with every generation of Xbox, the patent read a large number of game titles across his one, two and three in various generations of game consoles can be stored and used via the cloud gaming library. These games can be run on a virtual machine that mimics the operating system associated with each game console. which so it kind of sounds a cloud backwards compatible streaming service like playstation now right? Yeah. Well mean! GO AHEAD SAM no. I was just GonNa, say like with Sony Patents. They do seriously do end up pending the most weird thing, so it's like. Is this something that they're going to expand on with? Now is something that they're going to use to replace it. Is this something that they're just putting in there? Because there are some people researching it and they just want to see where it goes is something where they're just putting their flag on it, so no one else can. WHO's to say? xbox put out playstation one two and three games. Interesting that they're talking about the. Systems and stuff for those systems to come into play. That's pretty wild and Sony's got to address how they're going to talk about backwards compatibility because. Eight their lunch all through the last generation. It looks like they're gonNA. Continue to do so. I think that. Five backwards compatibility is going to be a major selling. Point of they can actually pull it off. Yeah, especially, while you're right like especially as that is. One of xbox is big sticking points and the thing that they've been trying to present look how accessible these next consoles are gonNA be same thing with smart delivery like they're just trying to make it as open ended as possible so that's kind of the conversational beats. Sony hasn't really nailed quite yet. Yeah sounds like an emulating solution in the way. It is now I actually. I wasn't aware of this today. There are places three games available through Peace Now, but they aren't emulated they re runs them natively on hardware from server
Rihanna's 'R9' Album Reportedly Put On Hold Indefinitely As She Wants To Focus On Business Ventures
"Rianna is in the neighborhood knew like it's the beginning of the year. I think we all had a lot of different visions of what 2020 was going to be. And definitely one thing we thought was gonna happen in 2020 and technically still could happen was Oh, Rianna is dropping the album This year We're finally get again a new album from Rianna. We were so hopeful, And now it seems like those hopes of that new album are just Admonition, becoming smaller and smaller, especially after this, according to sources, Rianna has decided to put the album on pause indefinitely is a few reasons for this. One of them, obviously, is Cove in 19 the pandemic, Everything going on in the country. Political Iwas. It's You know, it's just kind of shifted the energy and she feels that you know her. Her services are best used other places. And as we've seen during this time she really has been helping out wherever she can. Starting from. Donating ventilators to Barbados to donating money for a pee pee for nurses and medical staff, to also just, you know, doing whatever she can when it comes to donating money that's going to help out all of these people right now. Also, though, Rianna has according to the sources has seen kind of what the music industry with the pandemic has done to the music industry. And as we know, artists. A lot of others are not touring there, you know, putting things on pause as well. So I think her I think the rollout of what she was Undid her album, Toe look like obviously would be different if she decided to still drop that album s O. That's one other reason. Another one, too. Is she still really focused on her beauty? Lying? Fenty Cosmetics is an amazing line, and she wants to expand it even more. Apparently, she's starting getting ready to. Ah, launch a beauty care line, so As you know, fancy cosmetics. It's you know, foundation and blush and eye shadows to where the skin line would be Probably more like cleansers. And you know things just to make a list. Make us look beautiful. That's all she wants. Big. She just wants us to look beautiful. This and I don't understand her holding the music, you know, doesn't because when Brianna drop has got to be grand? We don't know when it's gonna be when it could be grand like that. Well, you know Videos, tours and shows. And you know what I'm saying is, we just did a whole different climate right
Season Extending with Niki Jabbour
"So so here we are I'm waiting for my first ripe tomato as well, poly, tunnel or no poly tunnel because I don't have one. But you know I know I need to start fresh with some other crops tonight for instance put in another row of Bush beans the other day and you know so. What are some of the food crops and a lot of people who are listening are probably new listeners new readers of the website you know. Lot of people have gotten into the throes of gardening this year in great numbers, and even some experience gardeners have like. Expanded what they're doing because of the the sort of situation out there so if we haven't stretched the season before really if we haven't grown. The second or third sewing of this like what are the things that you would want us to try your hand up most of all? I think the most important thing to i. realize is that anybody can succession plant growing up I had this. We had this little family vegetable garden, and we never succession planted, so when initial crop of beans was done that was it we never had were beans, and now as you mentioned kind of us up every square inch of my garden, but even people listening who maybe are in condos or only have a deck. You can still succession plan pot, so everybody could should be success and planting if you definitely want to get as much food as possible this season. So for me right now. I am putting more Bush beans in like you said every two to three weeks until mid-july I will put Bush beans in I'm also planting fall crop of sugar snap peas I'm talking Zucchini and cucumbers in the garden because they take anywhere from fifty to sixty five days, and I still have that in my season before that frost, even with the fall factor worked in so this time for that. You know soon it'll be time. Time to for the fall and winter, carrots and beets, and of course cabbages, cauliflowers, all of those cabbage cousin Crops Broccoli. I'm starting them indoors right now under my grow lights that I can put them in the garden in about four weeks, because if I direct so those in the garden there, it's going to be hard to keep those little seeds and seedlings happy in the intense heat incentive summer class the slugs. Even though it's been dry, they have been. Just brutal. Describe this year I mean it'll be hot and sunny out there. handpicking slugs explain it, but they're multiplying like crazy. I'm picking teeny tiny ones. Giant fat ones about point where all of a handful of slimy slugs. I don't even care anymore I'll just. I'll just keep on picking them. So I do like to start something's indoors undergraduates, because it's a little easier than trying to nurture them along in the garden when the soils hot and dry right, so that's one of your tactical approaches is to start it in a more controlled environment, and have these like homemade plugs to plug in when you see that square foot come available when you pull some of that lettuce right? Yeah, and it's one of the easiest things you can do if you have girl lights. Because even like mentioned lettuce. Let us won't germinate when it's hotter than I don't know the Fahrenheit but twenty seven Celsius so probably eighty Fahrenheit I guess so. If you want the lettuce fall and winter start them in doors and mid to late August. Plug them in your garden when there are a couple of weeks old and you'll just bypassed the frustration of trying to keep the seeds and seedlings happy in again that hot dry soil right now. The list you just gave which I know it wasn't like the comprehensive list at you're reading from a script or something, or from one of your books by the way but it includes almost everything except for like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes. Right I mean it's. It's pretty comprehensive that you can push a lot of things. You can do it again with a lot of things and. Although Margaret, you're making me feel a little guilty because I actually have a few tomato suckers I've rooted. And I'm just going to try to put those in and see what happens, and I might have accidentally gone to a garden center today and I might have accidentally bought another pepper plant, so we'll see what happens. Nor I wouldn't plant those and early July, but I'm going to give them a I'm gonNA. Put them in pots I'm GONNA put them in my poly tunnel and maybe I'll still get harvest from this year I. You know I. Don't think it's a bad thing to experiment and try new things. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't,
'Glee' actress presumed dead after going missing at California lake
"Over 100 personnel are searching for glee star Naya Rivera. This is such a tragic story presumed drowned after her four year old son was found asleep in a boat. On a Southern California lake on Wednesday. Officials say the son told them his mother didn't get back into the boat after a swim. Listen to the 911 call After the boy was found the deputies first reporting it was a girl. And I know that they're putting on a little girl in one of the boats by herself, and her mom is nowhere to be found. So initially, they thought it was a little girl. It was actually a boy, four years old, who was in that boat
Dow down as Thursday stock-market declines steepen
"And S and P 500. Both dropped lower today on Ly. The technology and consumer discretionary sectors were in the green. Putting the NASDAQ contract for another record close and overseas. China's stock market raised higher for the eighth day in a row to finish up 1.4%. China Shanghai composite is already up over 15% this month. On the day, the Dow was down 361 points to 25,760. S and P was down 17 and the NASDAQ was up 55 points. If you are
Could Kamala Harris Be Our Next Vice President?
"Comma harassment history in two thousand sixteen when she became California's. Email US senator in the first Jamaican and Indian ancestry in the crowd at twenty twenty presidential primaries, she competed against other Democratic candidates, including Joe Biden to brand herself as progressive prosecutor, the face criticism for supporting tough on crime policies bar campaign had high hopes in a robust start internal conflicts poor decision making in fundraising. Plummeted her stock almost as quickly as it rose. I cannot tell you. That I have a path forward. If I don't believe I do now here's is rumored to be a top contender as Joe Biden's running mate, but as a former prosecutor, the right person during this time to represent black. America here to help us break down. How Senator Harris stacks up his Aaron, Hanes the editor at large for the Nineteen News Organization. So much coming back is so good to see you again maybe back since we last hot. Obviously we are still in the middle of global pandemic, but also we have seen protests erupt all of the country and all of the world focus on police brutality against black people, considering the way that this has become front and center this Joe Biden now half to choose a black person, and by definition from his own proclamation, a black woman to be vp the cause for that or definitely getting louder as we're seeing kind of what I like to call the pandemic within a pandemic kind of the dual ills of Corona virus and racism. What voters and I think in particular black voters and black women voters are the backbone of Democratic Party are looking for somebody who's going to be ready on day one to address systemic racism in America, right, a lot of black voters have talk to tell me that they are casting a survival vote in two thousand, twenty, literally putting their bodies on the line in the midst of a pandemic to be able to vote and participate safely our democracy and I think. A lot of people feel like a black woman on the ticket would go a long way. To making that happen today we're here to talk about one black woman in particular commonly Harris I'm curious like what makes Senator Harris. A contender for being Joe Biden's VP from the time that she entered the twenty twenty Democratic field last year is the lone black woman. She was a standout. People have seen her as somebody who has taken on this administration as a senator. Inches, talk we. Didn't keep note some of these things. Brian this committee with the notes that you did maintain. She is somebody who has been elected statewide, and who has executive leadership experience the thing that we can't ignore when we're talking about senator hairs is that she built her career by being a prosecutor does her history and even some of the positions that she's taken as a prosecutor? Does that disqualify her? In this moment I think it's interesting I mean it was certainly an issue for her during her presidential run right like she ran and really was trying to tell what she. She felt was her record as a progressive prosecutor. Right as somebody who was willing to make a lot of performs even preceding the black lives matter movement I created as Attorney General, the first in the nation, implicit bias and procedural justice training for law enforcement, but there were voters indeed question per record and law enforcement, and saw that as a liability, but now that I think we're getting into this vice presidential conversation Kamala. Harris it's actually being one of the most outspoken people are calling for the need to address not only system racism. Policing reform in particular while she and vice president, Biden may have some answering to do for for their past records Both of them are really trying to articulate a way forward in a ticket that could potentially look at kind of appearance, some of those harms in addition to criminal justice reform. What are the other issues that she is trying to lead on issue of maternal health writer, maternal morbidity, and we know that black women that disproportionately in childbirth, also some of the other systemic issues that have been exposed whether it is the wealth an income gap whether it's the idea that that black and Brown people are the majority of essential workers are really being voice for those. Those marginalized people during the campaign Senator Harris in one of her best, if not her best debate performance came for Joe Biden, she directly challenged him being racially insensitive for his record on blessing to you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing. In America this was a significant moment. I'm curious. How will she and potentially the public be able to reconcile how much she critiqued his candidacy today now stand beside him at the time. A lot of Democrats were very shocked that she would gone at at the vice president in this way over the issue of bussing and and segregation. In retrospect. What we now see is that what comal hair was doing it alone black woman? In the race was was raising questions about his record on ways and how he will govern. The black people in mind that racial reckoning that is happening now. She really kind of initiated that on that debate stage back in June of last.
These 3 Things Will Change Your Recovery
"Okay, we made it. That's it. Thank you for being patient to all the announcements I know it can get annoying especially when I'm talking about stuff. You are interested in, but remember other people are interested and we want serve everywhere, and you make sure there's something for everyone. Now, let's jump into this relapse roller coaster. My top three reasons people get stuck on the roller coaster. One expectations. You think it's going to be quick and easy to lack of direction you don't plan or create a toolbox or have support or three escape. You think you're craving drink, but really you're craving escape. That's a big one. So. Let's start with number one expectations. One of my favorite sayings is expectations are premeditated resentments. In the more you think about this phrase in different situations, the more you realize how accurate it is. It can be as simple as I walk into my regular AA meeting and I see someone there, and immediately in my head I create this expectation of how they're going to greet me. This is a split second thing that happens in my head. It flashes this picture of my friend being super happy to see me coming across the room to say hello or give me a hug and it's going to be all happy. But what happens is my friend is in the middle of a conversation with someone else. It just gives me a slight wave from across the room. We're all of a sudden. The committee kicks in and starts talking trash right. Do they not like me? Anymore I thought they'd come over and be happy to see me, did I do something wrong, did I do something to make the mad and I'll start going over in my head all the conversations we've had to see if there's some reason they don't like me anymore. Like, legit do this. The truth is the situation. Is there just in the middle of a conversation and didn't have time to come over before the meeting started. This can also get much more complicated, and it can completely derail your best intentions for example. You have an expectation that as soon as you quit drinking, your life is going to get easy in your problems. We'll start to disappear. When you have this expectation, you stop drinking and you get irritated when it doesn't feel easy because you thought alcohol was the problem. Here's a truth bomb. Alcohol and drugs are a symptom of the problem. The problem is we don't understand or cope with feelings well, so we use substances to numb the feelings, so we don't have to feel them. The reality is you drink to manipulate feelings. Dodge responsibility so when you quit drinking. All those habits don't magically disappear. Then you get mad because you thought putting down. The drink was going to solve your problems, but in truth it's just the tip of the iceberg. I'll give you another example for myself and how I get caught in the same trap. Many of you know about five years ago. I gained some weight in my eating. Habits got way out of control so for the past five years. I have been on the roller coaster with weight and food. And I've always fluctuated. Wait a little bit like five or seven pounds in as a younger person, I drop those few extra pounds super easy with little effort, but this time I gained twenty pounds, and now I'm forty eight. The weight doesn't just fall off like it did when I was twenty five, so I would get serious about losing the weight and changing my habits to eat healthier and start going to the gym, and when I didn't have big results in a week. I would get mad and depressed and say F. it. Because I had this expectation that I was going to work hard for five minutes and get results, but it doesn't work that way. It took me about a year to put on those twenty pounds so now I look at it as a long term, healing process that it should take me a year to heal change my lifestyle change my mindset to support the healthier lifestyle I want. That's how I want you to look at your recovery. This is a long game, not quick or instant results you are healing. You are changing lifestyle habits in retraining your brain to have a positive and healthy mindset. You know the person you want to be in the life you. WanNa have in. That isn't going to magically appear just because you put down your bottle of wine. It takes work it takes time. Now that. I've
Reducing Toxins in Your Life Featuring Jennifer Keys
"Jenny. Thank you so much for joining us today to talk about this really important topic. Thank you so much for having me. My first question is what are the biggest ways that I am exposed to toxins in my daily life. Well I would say that really breaks down into two different categories, the category of environmental toxins that you may be don't necessarily have kind of much ability to control. And then the other part is toxins that you are using in your daily life that maybe you're not realizing have such a negative impact on your health, and those are really the toxins that I think we should be focusing on because be color celtics and go a little crazy if your. Other ones, though yeah, just really biggest ways is what you are allowing to come into your life via putting things on your skin, what you're ingesting on a daily basis and those really are the two which which are putting in yourself on yourself. And as a follow up to that other simple ways that I can start to recognize things that are going to be bringing toxins into my life, I would say a general rule of thumb is that you know if you're looking at? Let's say a package of something whether it be a beauty product or something that you're going to eat. I would look for packages that have very few ingredients to. To be quite honest, very few ingredients and ingredients that you can pronounce right that is really quick and way to look and see what's in your products. Making sure that you know when you're talking beauty products. There's there's nothing like natural fragrances fates Paul mates. You know all those kind of things that can be hurtful to your body so really looking at the label is going to be key whether. Whether you're putting it in your mouth or on your skin, so Jenny, how can I spot the effects of a high toxic load in my life? If I haven't been paying attention to some of the products, I'm using the foods that I'm eating. How can I spot those effects? Yeah, this is actually really common of people saying how. How do I know I? Think we get caught up in our? Our lives because they're busy and then all of a sudden we get to a spot and we're like Hud. How did we get here right and so I would say that just honestly taking an inventory sitting back and saying really how do I feel on a daily basis? Sometimes we let things slide like a little head tension. Right? Oh. That's normal. People have thought all the time well, no! Early. Shouldn't I mean I may be have that one time of year if even that right, so some other things to look at our digestive ups at. Times find having unhealthy skin is something. That's a big you know that may be the only sign that you are kind of toxically overloaded fatigue, and just being really exhausted is something that often I find. People are complaining about as well as for women's specifically seems like women more than men is kind of like the weight. Gain a lot of my patients. I can't I can't lose weight. I've been doing all this stuff and I I can't lose it. In the meantime they're like slathering themselves and toxins everyday mood swings I mean really you name it as far as something that makes you feel unwell, and it can be a sign of toxic overload
A Developer's Summer, with Underscore David Smith
"Hello everyone this is David sparks joined by my fellow co-hosts Mr. Stephen Hackett I Stephen Hey David. How are you good I feel like this week is kind of putting the capper on our W. WDC coverage. Finished up last week, we were able to talk about quite a bit during the during ww see, and then we talked about our Betas last week this week. We thought we bring in somebody who has a unique and interesting perspective on it. Welcome back to the show David Smith. You it's A. It's a pleasure to be here I mean I was? It's an honor to be on power users so I'm glad to be able to kind of come in gas lend a developer perspective to all the announcements that we just had. Thinking that you'd be the perfect guest for it by pay, we just had him on and then I looked twenty seventeen, so. I don't know what happened there in my head, but The you know David you were telling me before the show started. How many wwe cs have you participated in a believe? This is number twelve for me and my first one is in two thousand and nine, and I've been essentially attended in some form ever ever since so it's been like this regular fixture in my family that as far as like in which. That's longer than my children have. Our old, so like from their perspective, daddy always disappears for a week in June like that's just a part of a part of life that I'm sure they expect happens to every father in the world. They just June is when they go to California, but that's. It was a very unusual year to just actually just stay at home and be here, but sort of not here. kind of station in the basement to a just a after shift myself to California time, and then also just there's so much to do. But generally speaking, it was definitely a different year than all the others that I've had the privilege of experiencing. As, someone who's been W. DC with you? I think we one year we stay together and the relay Commun-. The but I feel like you are somebody that really always. My observation takes advantage of WBZ. You're always hustling to get to meetings and and get the content and I feel like you are in my mind for lack of a better term, a lunch pail developer just show up and you get the work done, and I've always appreciate that about you. So, let's talk, you know. You watched it from home this year I guess That was that. It was different I. Mean on the one hand. It was kind of Nice to be able to like my wife set next to me on the Sofa and we questioned on our TV, and it was. It was kind of Nice to share that with her. Because while we sometimes, we'll do that for things like phone announcements, or you know other apple events throughout the year when I'm not in California You know she's heard me talk about WDC many times and WC announcements are the ones that I like kind of lose my mind and be super excited, and like it's in a way that is unusual that it's not. As to you know with an iphone announcement because a cool new camera that's kind of clear and accessible, but like I'm losing my mind over some minor thing that they just mentioned and she has no idea and it was kind of a fun thing. I think for us to be to share that But it was definitely a bit odd to. Then just like just like. I watched the Hino, and then I go and sit at my at my regular, my regular office and I can download all the Betas, and like get started right away rather than like frantically trying to eat like an awful box lunch in between the keynote in the state of the Union and then like sometime later somehow try and get the. Betas installed over Chino potentially and not so reliable Wi fi, and so like it was definitely a very different Monday for WGC than I'm used to though I kind of liked it like it was kind of Nice I felt like I was super productive like in a very intense way which? Definitely took the weekend to recover from, but it was. It was different, but in a good way I, think is the best summary for how serve the General Rafeal if WGC was for me. The general take wagon talking to developer friends. It's like it was a more more is week easier to get information easier to manage Betas and find out what exactly what's going on. You're not kind of in the thick of it. But it was less useful of direct access to apple engineers. Maybe I'd say from my experience like they had labs this year. Which is alive that typically WGC they have these big sessions where apple engineers are available to attendees who go into, ask your questions, which is the one time of year typically where you're able to interact with an apple engineer, because typically they're locked. Locked away in Cupertino and can talk about anything related to what they're working on, but this one week they get let out in are allowed to do that. And I was very curious to see what they did for. The labs experience this year and worked well like I think I attended five or six lives, and they were just kind of like voice. Conference calls I could share I could share my screen to to the call if I had some code I needed to show them or something. I wanted them to kind of look at and by and large. That process was actually very efficient, and from the kind of likes to the way they structured. It is I mean they were available to anyone who had a pay developer account so I. Don't Know How many people that is in the world, but it is almost certainly. Probably millions if not. Like tens of millions and it was just kind of you signed up. You submitted a question, and they had of reviewed them the day before and assigned to a lab based on as like, do you? Did you actually see Mike? You had a reason a question. That's useful and. Effective to answer, and it was to the asking esque, the right lab, or the right place and feuded, both those things like I was able to get my labs, and got my questions answered, and so that was actually kind of cool. I think only part. I missed was really like. You're talking about the sexting at the the relay commune. Having that kind of that sense of community and being around other people. Like the idea. Of being on site in San Jose was something that I certainly missed this year, and that's a tricky thing to quantify 'cause i. think in most other ways. The Co like the conference was better for being virtual like the session videos were better, and they were more accessible in the sense that they are available immediately to everybody they all have full transcripts that are searchable and so are accessible, just both from an ex. A accessibility perspective of perse people for people for whom listening to video is difficult. They have the transcript immediately available, and they can do. Watch close captioning as Equally accessible to everybody irrespective, if you have the means and the resources and the ability to go to saint, say or not you just if you have an Internet connection, you have exactly the same connection, and then like all the content was super polished
Restoring the American Chestnut
"Things got yeah. This novel pathogen ideas terrifying especially when it comes to like with covert. It's got some twenty billion people to work its way through. And the chestnut, almost being jack-of-all-trades in being widespread was probably one of the perfect recipe. Check boxes to say like okay. This is how you have. An invasion meltdown caused the collapse of species. It's scary and it's so sad, but at the same time. Is Much as I've never seen a large chestnut tree, or been able to appreciate them, for what they were were lucky and very fortunate that there are still sprouts there are these these trees are still on the landscape in some capacity. I mean it is kinda functionally extinct. I. Don't know if that's the proper scientific way of putting it, but. There's chestnuts still out there today. Where did the American Chestnut Foundation kind of say? We have to do something. What was the impetus for that and kind of winded it happen, and what was those early stages Kinda like for it? Sure so so functionally extinct. That's that's the term I think for for the American, just not in words Aso a lot of people think it's extinct or endangered or threatened. It's none of those things it doesn't fit any of those categories, because there are so many sprouts out the wild, so it was estimated before billion in the eighteen hundreds at the height of the species population. The blight swept through reduce them to basically sprouts, and the under story so most hardwoods. If you've got them down, they die of the blight bill re sprout. Sprout burn readily just not does that, so they sprout. They get the blake usually by age seven fifteen. They Divac, they re sprout. They get the blame back. They re sprout so so that's what you see in the forest today, the eastern us on their an estimated four, hundred thirty five million trees, so so lot still a lot, but most of them do not reach flowering stage. We think about two million, or so are probably still flowering on somewhere around point, five percent of the population is probably still flowering and producing knots. And that's what's been used at a lot of different breeding programs and eastern us when the blight I went through the USDA's stepped in a sense implant explorers to China to say hey, finding replacement for the great American Chestnut, and so they brought over. Chinese chestnut, so that's about Chinese just nuts on the landscape. They are all over the place. You see them on farms. The USDA real big push for people to plant Chinese chestnuts. My popol planted them on his farm, but they they couldn't replace the just the American chestnut, because they typically they have been bred for Russian. Typically don't grow as tall as the American chestnut. They are very branchy, so the timber isn't as of high quality all as America's. And so that was one of the first attempts to try and save the American chestnut, or restore it or replace it, and then, since then since the thirties on through, people have tried various breeding techniques. They've tried spraying. The fungus was something they've tried systemic fungicides in the fifties when nuclear radiation Israel real huge people were taking chestnuts and throwing them in nuclear reactors to get them to mutate totally serious. And, so you've got plantations of irradiated ulmer radiated chestnuts. Most of them are in Maryland. Okay up ground where a lot of that defense. Stuff was happening, so makes us. That might be another podcast, but but there's this uranium question to try and find resistance within native. American chestnuts and people went pretty much given hope in the seventies and eighties stuff still going on, but at a much lower rate, and in the early eighties there was a corn geneticist Charles Burnham. He said Hey. Trees or plants? Why don't we use plant breeding the we using corn and things like that and use that for trees as well to impart resistance. So, that was the start of the American nomination. Arkham Burnham and some other founders I got together they the various, all nonprofit, scientifically minded organizations and say hey, let's try something called back crossbreeding to get a light resistance, and who the American chestnut and when they started, they thought that blight resistance was very simple traits that it was only two or three genes that controlled this trade, and therefore back crossing would work after you get above three genes back. Crossing really isn't active. The the numbers required too high and astronomical talk about exponential. You need exponentially large. Populations as you increase the number of genes for traits, so it was a it was a noble thought and would that it that be that resistance was only controlled by three. We know now that light resistance is controlled by many martines than three so a while back crossing itself isn't the end all be all American chestnut restoration, TCI the American Chestnut Foundation has embarked on other avenues to try and restore the American chestnut, and but but that was what what began the foundation
"putt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"America's shutdown day seventy five but now the country begins to open and the question is too soon or not soon enough as the debate. Rages on the one side. The dufuses overstepped we can take care of ourselves. Thank you we want to work on the other side. The `fraidy cats. I'm afraid of we don't listen. We're in for another surge pretty soon dumb ass isn't crybabies buffoons or cowards. Who Will Win America? Twenty twenty a nation divided over divisiveness. Up Next yes that was basically every new segment that I heard over the Memorial Day weekend and yeah it is true the more educated you are surveys show the more you fear the virus and more cautious about returning to normal pre pandemic life but to be fair to the dufuses. Some of them aren't and to be fair to the cowards. Fear is rational against the deadly virus. Now my world. I'm going to say maybe your world is a world of the New York Times and CNN and slate an educated people with degrees who live in large mostly cold weather cities. New York Chicago Boston. Dc It is a world of cowards or as we call ourselves the cowardly cognizant. Okay mark a little bit but by and large I think the very cautious do have the better part of this argument but not everyone arguing. The other side is actually a doofus. And not every argument on this go. Slow side is correct. Okay mock a little bit but by and large. I think the very cautious part of this argument but not everyone arguing. The other side is actually a doofus and not every argument on the go. Slow side is correct. So March Seventeenth Jake Tapper of CNN play tape of San Franciscans. Walking and biking London breed had told them to shelter in place though said they could go outside for fresh air or to walk pats if they distanced now the footage that was being shown on CNN. Didn't show any signs of violation of the decree. But Anchorman Jake. Tapper was acting as if the embark darrow visitors. Were engaged in some sort of combination. Mosh pit meat-packing festival. This is actually kind of enraging The people of San Francisco or I shouldn't say people but many people in San Francisco have clearly not gotten the message right wrong wrong voice of Sanjay Gupta and though you are a valuable voice of medical knowledge during this pandemic the video we were seeing including people who were distanced. Though the camera lens flattens depth was not a video of anyone doing anything wrong. First of all. We see a whole bunch of people here who are not distancing. They're holding hands and walking down the street and people can hold hands with other. People are quarantining. They were distancing they. We're outside. It was fine tapper disagreed. These are live pictures coming in a shelter in place complete with jogging and cycling strolling and we saw earlier rollerblading now. The mayor when I spoke with her earlier today said that you were allowed to take a walk if you needed to or walk your dog but I look no medical professional but I don't know how effective this as a shelter in place could possibly be. Tapper is right. He is right he has no medical professional gupta however is but he got it wrong to. The government knows what needs to be done. Public health officials know what needs to be done. It's not happening right now. But it was San Francisco is right then and there not as Gupta in tapper. We're lecturing us. They were not the epitome of non-compliance. They were in fact. Exemplars off compliance San Francisco. A city of nearly nine hundred thousand people has had forty only forty corona deaths total holding up the San Francisco Initiative as a failed one. Based on. Those pictures was wrong. It turns out to be a giant success and to weave in an appeal to expertise as an example of why those videos of people holding hands were bad. That's a little bit of an embarrassment and does discredit the message. Cnn of course didn't apologize or revisit. This tapper told me the studio was much safer than what we saw in San Francisco. Two weeks later his fellow CNN anchor. Chris Cuomo tested positive for CORONA VIRUS AFTER HIM ANCHOR. Brooke Baldwin tested positive. Both have been working out of the CNN studios in New York was similar outbreak. That wasn't might seem like an outbreak. Depending on what media we consume and that was on April seventh when hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin. I`ts went to the polls Guardian Headline Wisconsin decided to allow people to vote this week. People will die as a result. Well of course it would have been better if people were allowed to vote by mail. Didn't have to go to the polls. It's not a good thing to force people to go out to the polls as if that was the only option that's clear but the predictions of mass carnage did not come to pass. It's not even proved that anyone died as a result of having voted in Wisconsin. Here's a headline seventy one. People who went to the polls on April seven got cove nineteen. But let me quote the remainder of that headline in the Wisconsin State Journal. Who went to the polls on April seventh got covid nineteen tie to election uncertain? Yes seventy-one Cova cases resulted. None of those reported have led to death but four hundred fifty. Three thousand people voted in person if they all stayed home that day. There's no way of knowing if more or less of them would have had covert one thousand nine hundred ninety two studies conducted but not yet peer reviewed show there was no increase in Cova cases. Do devoting one was from the University of Hong Kong and Stanford University it found quote no detectable surge in cove in nineteen another study also not yet peer reviewed and published from ball state. And You Wisconsin. Oshkosh use some other methods and they did find an increase. It is ambiguous. It is not one hundred percent clear that any of those cases would have happened without voting. And it's also not clear that anyone died because they voted again. I want to be clear. They shouldn't have been made to vote. But there were mass. Predictions of mass carnage and those predictions did not come to pass. It was in Wisconsin on the Embarcadero. It was far from the most dire or even medium dire predictions which brings us to president trump not wearing a mask or which brings us to that great. Washington Post piece about blase. Shoppers outdoor mall in Alfa Reta Georgia or those idiots. You may have seen this weekend and I do mean idiots why risk it in lake of the ozarks. We've seen so many health officials be very critical of the video. They hit the Internet over the weekend. Showing that pack pool with zero social distancing will now leaders in Saint. Louis County are taking action the health department. There says anyone who didn't properly distance themselves at the lake of the ozarks needs to go into quarantine for fourteen days. There even out with a travel advisory calling the behavior reckless and saying what they're seeing online endangers countless people in risks setting us so we many of us in the cowardly intellectual part of the country. Now expect there to be a huge outbreak among that group but we are learning. I hope we're learning. We're supposed to be smart. That's not how it happens over and over. We see huge gatherings in defiance of what appeals to our sense of common sense and yet some huge contagion doesn't follow. Why well one reason I said. Is We see it? So that means the activities are taking place outside and another is that we start with a symptomless population coming from a place where they are in contact with other Cova carriers and it's just hard for the virus so maybe if we're New York and we see pictures of a bunch of people crowded together in New York we say oh my God. A number of those people must have covert nineteen but see the same kind of crowding in a place like lake of the ozarks. It's not true lake of the Ozarks by the way I gotta say this. That's not a name. That's an abdication of a name. Get around to you. Don't have to name it. Like Lake mini or something extremely specific. Something kind of general like the Grand Canyon will do but please pick a name anyway. Lake of the ozarks touches four counties and those counties have experienced an average of fifteen total cova cases each not cova deaths just cases in those counties since counting started so even though a hot spot can occur on a battleship or in a meat packing. Plant it isn't likely to occur in most meat packing plants or most battleships Donald Trump knows this or at least intuit's the calculus that even though not wearing a mask increases chances of acquiring or transmitting the virus by three or four or some multiple. It's still far from likely that he will acquire it therefore he will signal to his believers. Perhaps you've heard of them. The brave dufuses the courageous ignoramuses. He will signal to them. They are right in their ignominity but we the NERDY wusses needs to be a little humble to were too often making assumptions decrees and predictions not based on science which is changing but based on our own version of instinctive rather than intellectual thinking. Luckily we the `fraidy cats in cities we have the brave men of Georgia Texas Missouri to run the experiment for us. It seems that given a couple of weeks maybe a month and accurate statistics got hope. They still have accurate statistics. We will have a much better indication if their hardiness was of the foolish variety if their glory was of the vein kind and when the numbers are in we we few we outside the pool of the lake of the ozarks of the idiots we the people of such a biding intellectualism. Well at least be able to read the statistics accurately. That's one good thing about having big brains. Now this all depends that are amid. Villa's don't overwhelm our frontal lobes or if you're listening with a brave guy and you need to translate for him. What I just said tell them. It means so long as we don't piss our pants and that's it for today. Show Margaret is just associate producer. She recalled with disdain. Don Imus in Susan's regarding both Nixon and the Catholic Church Daniel schrader produces just. He's so much a `fraidy cat as a yellow belly the gist. I don't know if there is a calamity to hit the lake of the ozarks but if there is one it'll be either the Mexican drug cartels doing or the Kansas City mob. Or maybe ruth going rogue or and I'm still working this last one out something to do with a faulty corn baller pro Deborah. Thanks for listening..
"putt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"If you follow me on twitter at P. A. M. I. Why not follow the gist at slate? Gist we will take it. Easy on the MEMES It's Tuesday may twenty six twenty twenty from slate. It's the gist. Might Pass on. The president of the United States is alleging murder and as a sign of his power prestige influence. Absolutely no one is paying attention. In fact if there is any impetus for action. It's not on behalf of Donald Trump's in defiance of him Timothy Closest the widower of the deceased woman. Lori closeness is asking twitter to enforce the terms of their contract disallow anyone including the president of the United States from defaming and spreading lies which he says Timothy does are tormenting his family. Trump doesn't care about the cloud comfort. Doesn't care about facts. He is using the story to pummel. Joe SCARBOROUGH MSNBC ANCHOR and trump critic because the young woman in question died in Scarborough's office when he was a congressman. The medical examiner ruled. She was loan. She fainted from an undiagnosed heart. Malady hit her head and died tragedy. But you know the old line tragedy plus time plus. Donald trump equals cruelty because trump just brushes off any attempt at accountability. Today it fell true. Press Secretary Kaley mcenaney to offer an explanation of why it was good or legal or moral or right or in any way in the public interest really in any way defensible for the president to allege Joe Scarborough murdered someone. Here was the sum total of her defense which he quite proudly offered a few times two thousand and three Don Imus show it was don imus and Joe Scarborough joked about killing. An intern joked and laughed about it. So that was. I'm sure pretty hurtful to lorries. Family and Joe Scarborough himself brought this up with Don Imus and Joe Scarborough Cell Cancer States. And he's accusing somebody of possibly were different. He's he's he's not a private citizen. The president and Joe Scarborough. If we want to start talking about false accusations we have quite a few we can go through. No that is actually not what we want to talk about. But shall I know you're admitting that they are false accusations interesting telltale Don Imus clip the Don Imus defense usually that means a defense of not a defense by Don Imus well about ten days ago the daily caller and other right wing sites did find this one time when scarborough was on. I two thousand three and back then I miss was not yet fully and completely dead. We should note so I guess what I just did right there was I just cruelly and insensitively joked about a tragic death. Wish acute the president calling me a lizard person. No don't do that. Do q the Clip where Joe. Scarborough himself brought this up with Don. Imus me what I needed to know. You're doing great. I mean don't be afraid to be funny because you are funny. That was you know I ask you why you want Congress. You said that sexual the killer show pretty risky to say what are you GonNa do. You can be very good. So the shock in the cable Yacar or their tastelessly. It must be said ridiculing. The idea of killing an intern ridiculing. Because it's ridiculous. The president almost twenty years and several fact. Finding commissions later is taking an object of ridicule and holding it up as a real possibility it's unfathomable or would be except for this that dynamic pretending ridiculous discredited implausible notion Israel of course comes from president trump. Because it's the very mechanism by which we got a president trump on the show. Today I should feel about the tension between the head and the heart the open the closed this scarecrows and the cowardly lions but I. This is a viral crisis with a liquid prophylactic water handwashing washing in an essential way to stave off illness and yet many places in the US places where co morbidity bound and mass transit is relied upon in. Those places is where the water is most likely to be shut off. Why do we punish people who can't pay their water bill in a way that no other advanced country does has that working out for all of us? Mary? Grant of food and water. Watch.
"putt" Discussed on Twinovation
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"The FTC is actually the the organization maintain that taste. I'll give them credit for you. Give them credit. Thank you definitely do there. But that's only fair. Okay so again. Let's just tell consumers. You're having a meeting on April. The twenty third with Federal Trade Commission of Forum is open to the public and people should come and make their voices heard The address is seven. Oh two eighth street. Northwest in DC. What's the time on that attendant's am Twin and the and it's designed to be an interactive experience with consumers. We have currently seventeen exhibitors. That will be there. Wow showing their you know their technologies that they offered to consumers they can be phone companies that can provide landline call blocking solutions. They can also be third party. Application developers third party apps you to download unload on your mobile device that can provide these blocking technologies. And you can customize it you know as a and we we want folks to come in and talk to the providers they have various different solutions. Some are free some costs a little bit of money so it's good for consumers to know what's available and that's what we're doing this this This kind of exit can be kind of a hands on thing to see what exactly they should be able to see demos of products. How they how they work you know exactly how things function and then they can kind of compare they can walk around the room and works for me and what doesn't yes okay so So there are a number of avenues that are being taken to protect consumers against Robo calls but I still think that the education is one of the most important things things like. We're doing right now. Talking about what you do what your agency does in terms of providing consumer education and Because you need to be aware that that person calling maybe a crook that's right and that's that's a really good that raises another very good point. We have a lot of consumer consumer tips that are available on our website. FCC DOT GOV slash robocalls. We have regular post that we do latest scams that we hear about. We'll do a post on that to let consumers know what's going on and just other tips and suggestions and documents that we also have a list of the third party APP developers. That's kind of growing on these. These third party Solutions Shins for blocking calls to maintain that up to date on good. So now wasn't on our websites available to help those apps being of course for your your Self out mobile device mobile devices tablets. And whatever yeah okay well. I think that's extremely helpful. And that means that it's approved by you all. I don't know if you WANNA say that improved but it's certainly something that we have heard from the industry this is this. Is this legit. Yeah Okay Time is flying by Patrick. I don't we're and you know I'm having a talk fast here. I just want to dig a brief ause. Let our listeners new no they're tuned into of consuming interest. I'm Shirley worker. My guest is Patrick Weber. He's the chief of the Federal Communication Commissions Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau. And we're talking about some of the things that they're doing to help protect you as consumers and we've been talking about Robo calls and that sort of thing but let's talk about something else that consumers are hearing about and they probably probably know as little as I do which is about what is repacking. This is a term. That's being done being banded around. I know it's changes that are coming. It may change aimed some of the TV stations. That you're watching or some of the May actually go off the air so tell me Patrick. What is repacking? Yeah that's another great question is something that we're gonNA be talking about a lot in in the near future for the next couple of years What's happened over the last few years broadcast? Television stations are using spectrum and they're broadcasting. I think they're they're you know programming over. The air consumers can receive that for free with an antenna well. It's not necessarily the most efficient thing to use spectrum. Four spectrum is is very very limited resources very spectrum. Is the very valuable base that you use to transmit this. That's right transmit television signals radio signals. Phone your your mobile devices use spectrum for broadband connections and so as we as a society kind of grow with everybody has as a mobile device. He's now everybody has a smartphone. People are getting unlimited data plans with their their cellphone providers cell phone providers need more spectrum. They need to be able to support their consumers with the demands demands. They have on that side. So what Congress off it to do was allow broadcast stations voluntarily to give up some of their spectrum if they wanted to We would auction that which which we've already gone through that process and then sell it to the the mobile device or the mobile providers The wireless mobile providers to provide more services for their consumers. Okay let's just a minute. The gover- the television stations had this spectrum. This is their own designated airwaves. Or whatever you WanNa call something simple like people channel. It's a channel so they may not be using all of them that they had been designated do they. They buy these from the. FCC did not buy them Public interest by by broadcasting. Free on your television. So you're you can they can turn it back over to you. Wall you'll purchasing it from fast has already happened. Yes okay so then you can turn around and reuse that for other forms of communication but that means that some of those TV channels that were perhaps using that generally not the major network channels so mar but some are okay. I stand corrected but but they can because digital technology is so efficient they can repack the so. We're we're calling repack. They can actually combine a couple of different channels house onto one band of spectrum that was used previously for only one channel Talk Station so you could put two or three stations on one channel therefore freeing up all that spectrum that those two or three stations were previously using well. I know that this is a good thing because there's been talk over time about how the spectrum we're running out of your face And and how. How can you expand it to make room for all the device? I mean look at how. What is the cell phone penetration in this country tablet? I mean it's astonishing isn't it. Yes it's a very high number is continuing to grow. A lot of people even have multiple mobile devices. I didn't sense to that. Yes yes indeed Like my devices I have to tell we all do So what this will mean is that we will get better service. And then there's talk. We're not gonNA talk about today. What's five gee that's a conversation for the future which is going to provide all kinds of faster access? I think is pretty fast right now but nevertheless nevertheless it's around the corner and this right. Yes what should consumers. Let's suppose somebody uses an antenna And there are a lot of antennas out there. What is this going to mean for them so it and that's a that's a very good point it? It only affects folks who watch TV with an antenna if they have a cable provider satellite provider if they watch online channels you know over over their Internet connection. They're not going to be affected. It's only folks who watch broadcast television with an antenna. They may it depends on if any channels in their in their area are are making these switches or repacking themselves or changing channels. They will have to rescan. The the consumers will have to rescan their devices. This year the digital televisions were to have an old analog to digital converter box. I remember the converter boxes that came. DT transition if they're still using one of those on an analog television they'll just have to rescan that device the tuner in that device to make sure they pick up that that station that just moved well now will this mean that they have to buy new antennas or they should be able to use is what they've got or is that question that we can't really answer the question we really can't answer because some chance channels will be moving from like VHF location to. UHF Location John or VHF and they're if if a consumer only has one of those types of if they don't have a UHF VHF antenna they may have to buy a new antenna but we always recommend consumers. Just re scan your device. See if you can find that channel without having to do anything there may also be some adjustments. You might need to make to your antenna. You know small adjustments to your antenna can make a big difference when we're talking about digital technology. How are consumers? We don't want him to wake up one morning and find out they can't get favorite. TV challenge so what can we do to to notify them in advance that there's changes coming and I know that you all have been I've seen lists of stations that are changing and various markets. Is this something that's happening. Market by market market. Or is it. Yes there are phases to the transition and the good news is broadcast stations. That are taking part in. This transition are required by us to alert consumers at least thirty days in advance And to provide scrawls screen crawls along the bottom of the screen during various parts of the day also provide public service announcements We're providing consumers with education and outreach as we did during the the digital television transition back in two thousand nine So consumers should know on the front end Thirty days in advance Nance at minimum that their station is going to be moving even if they don't get that information if they wake up one day and they can't find their channel. Just re scan your your Your converter box or your digital television television. You should be able to walk back into that that channel. That would mean going to your channel list and seeing what's available you have to go through your menu on the tuner right and and scroll the risk taking person in our house and we all that we recommend actually consumers do this periodically because there may be new stations that come online that they didn't know about and they they WANNA make sure they're getting all the free gas stations that are well. I get a lot of notices from my cable provider that That we got news channels coming on. So yes there's a constant changes changes a matter of fact it's really amazing to watch it so so people can go to your website. Will they find list of the channel changes that are going on per market market. We have that information available. We also have a map. A mapping tool available so consumers can kind of plug in their location or their zip code and see what stations are available will in their code. Hopefully they can get reception to that. Should provide them with some very useful in adjust. FCC DOT GOV DOT GOV. There's you know you could. You could find on it through that link. Yeah your your website is user user friendly so I do use it so I know. FCC Dot up give you all the information you need to know and lots some good consumer tips to Patrick. Thank you so much for being with us today. It's the time has flown by. We've been talking with Patrick Weber. Who is the chief of the Federal Communications Commission's Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau? And I think we've had some useful information for consumers and you can go to their website. FCC Dot Gov. I'm Shirley worker. I'd like to thank you for joining us here of consuming interest on Federal News. Radio fifteen.
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"Here's the director of WJLA seven call for action on your host Shirley Rooker Robo calls the top Consumer Sumer Complaint at the Federal Communications Commission. We're going to discuss the actions taken by the FCC to stop these illegal calls and the many things that they've got coming not that are addressing this issue including a meeting the meeting. They're having a forum with the Federal Trade Commission so anyway it's an important subject in one that drives US crazy when you get up from the dinner table to answer the phone and guess what it's a computer calling also we're GonNa talk about repacking. This is something you may have seen gene as you go. You're watching television and it tells you that stations are going to change. Well what does it mean for consumers. We're going to give you everything you need to know. Almost at least about what repacking and how it's going to affect you may not affect you anyway. My guest today is Patrick Weber. He's the chief of the FCC's consumer and governmental ever Mental Affairs Bureau. Patrick welcome to have consuming interest. Thank you Shirley. Thank you very much for having me. You know. This is such a big area because really and truly I mean mean robocalls drive you absolutely nuts. I have had so many calls from Rachel and now heather about my credit card. Well you know. And then there's Microsoft they call me regularly. Tell me there's something wrong with my computers and I usually tell them I don't have a computer so there you go all right. Let's address robocalls. Tell me about what what you have planned coming up. Which I believe is a meeting? That's going to be open to the public. You're inviting people to come and participate. That's correct We actually have a joint Expo it's technology expo that were CO hosting with the Federal Trade Commission. We've been working with the Federal Trade Commission over in the last several years on robocalls and we decided that it would be a good idea to coordinate with them in a more public fashioned so last month we had a policy forum room talking about robocalls at the FCC and next month Actually this month in April April twenty third co hosting Expo where we're going to have technology companies third party application developers and phone companies come provide consumers with an opportunity to see what's available for consumers to either download their mobile device or or get through their landline service to block robocalls okay so in the public's invited and if people are interested they can go on the FCC website and get information about add it. Yes yes they can register or can they just drop in. Registration is necessary. It's just drop in from ten. AM to noon on April twenty-third. It's a Monday and we have the location on our website. Okay so anyway. It's a great thing. It's it's good that you open to the public because I think the public might have a lot to say about this subject. Yeah we're interested in hearing from the public as well. We think it'll be a great opportunity to for the public to interact not only with us with the developers. The folks who we're actually coming up with these solutions that consumers can use today and this is the interesting thing about it. I know there's been a lot of activity going on for a number of years but you're seeing I'm I'm reading now that the the phone companies are becoming very active in trying to stop robocalls. I read somewhere that I think it was. At and T.. Had had blocked over a billion and you know and and that's probably just a small number compared to what's really coming through to consumers so technology is probably doubled the answer down the road but that be that'd be certainly is okay these part of the problem and it's going to be part of the solution. Okay before we get to that point we're GonNa talk about some of the technological things that you think are down the pike. What consumers do how do we do? You WanNa hear from us. Now I know with with I- I call her. ID spoofing you don't really know where it calls coming from and you know if it's a legitimate number do you still want consumers to complain to you or to the the FTC about these is called and give you the numbers or how does how does that work yes. We encourage consumers to file complaints with us and they can also complaints with the Federal Trade Commission if they get these illegal bill robocalls and as you said a lot of them were spoof. Numbers with these scammers are trying to do is to get you to pick up the phone so that they can conduct their scam so our first Bit of advice for consumers is if you see a number on your caller. Id that you don't recognize it's best to just let it go to voicemail. These folks will not leave you. A voice smell message. If it's a legitimate caller they will voicemail message or they can call you back or you can call them back if you actually do talk to a person who's a an illegal rebel. Caller trying to ask is for personal information. Do not provide personal information to anyone and our third suggestion is certainly filed complaints with us at the FCC we use the complaint we don't necessarily follow up with each robocall that's called. But we use that data that we receive through our complete process to track trends we share it with the Federal World Trade Commission And we also use it for our enforcement efforts. Well that's the important part. Isn't it trying to track them down. Do you have a feeling for where they come from. What countries are particularly bad at making robocalls to us because the consumers should realize that these are not local calls even though it may say but as Maryland Eh Washington? DC Yeah unfortunately with these advances in technology that we're talking about that's made it so easy and cheap for these illegal scammers to not only make make plenty of calls very cheaply but also to spoof the number of the call. So you don't know where it's coming from it's made it very difficult for us to track them So we do work with law enforcement agencies agencies both in the country and outside of the country because as you noted a lot of these calls do originate from outside the country. Well we don't know exactly where they're originating from just having a record of that the these calls are continuing and I'm sure you need this information in terms of saying to to whatever needs to happen to the technology developers gallopers look. We're getting zillions of these. 'cause we know it because we're hearing from consumer that's correct so that's an important part of it as well as it is and the good news is we are are working with the industry on a caller ID authentication proceeding that's currently ongoing at the FCC. And the goal there is to get that caller. ID information validated. It'd through each step that it takes a lot of people don't realize calls go through various networks in various steps to get handed from one provider to another and it's hard to track that caller. ID number through the process once we implement these caller ID authentication. Procedures where there's kind of a digital fingerprint attached they can the phone companies can validate that call at each step and then we can trace it back. We'll be able to trace it back to track these bad these bad actors and this would be twofold. This would stop the call from coming through to see the consumer And it would give information valuable information to you as to the origin of. That's exactly correct. Because the boss the providers can just block it. They you can see. It's a bad it's it's not a valid caller. ID number they can just block. The consumer doesn't even get to call. Well where where are we in terms of call call authentication. It is an ongoing process. And it's it's been a couple of of years it's a very technically challenging But we are working closely with the industry and other technologists to get to that point. It's just taking awhile to get us there but we're actively working on it Okay so so for consumers. It'll be a seamless thing. You won't even know it. You won't get the call which is going to be a good thing. Yes you should start to begin to see these reduced number of of unwanted calls and then there's also in development something that will allow a consumer on on the on the very end of the call at the very end where the call is is completed the consumer can look at their phone and see there might be a check mark there that this consumer convinced. Say Okay I know for a fact this is the number. That's calling me because it's been validated by the phone company. That it's a legitimate. Legitimate number. One was calling me or it might. It might have a question mark or an ex and then they can. They can make that decision on this call and let it go to voicemail fascinating subject. Let's just take a brief pause here to let our listeners tuned into of consuming interest. I'm surely rooker. My guest is Patrick Weber. He's the chief of the Federal Communication Commissions Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau. And we're talking about many of the initiatives that are on the horizon and things that they're doing right now to help stop robocalls which is such such a big thing and I know that you all have been challenged because of the technology but you but also I think it was probably the FTC not to to their horn but are they the the ones that came up with the normal Robo which is for the Internet protocol phone calls. I believe so. And you're looking at other ways of stopping these calls for consumers. I so right now your advice would be. Don't pick up the phone. I can't do that. If it says Bethesda Maryland. I'm going to answer it or Potomac Tomac Maryland or DC. You know it's just one of those things so I guess I've gotta go smack myself on the hand and say don't do that Shirley but at the same time of of course it would go to voicemail. Yes you know so well. What are the rules regulating? Robo calls. When can they be made in CA- some calls are legitimate light? That's right like schools can make them to consumers to alert them that their kids are not going to be in school. That's exactly right. There are legitimate reasons for robocalls. Doctors offices can call the remind. You of appointments. The pharmacy can remind you that there's a prescription. You need to pick up and a lot of times. They don't have the ability to call each consumer consumer individually each patient individually so they hire a company that makes calls for them and then they spoof the number so it looks like it's coming from the doctor's office or your pharmacy or or your school so that you pick up the phone and that's a legitimate a lawful way that the robocalls can spoof calls but we were talking about earlier was illegal spoof exactly trucks that way from you but because consumers should know that they can get automated calls. They're not something they need to report to you. And you're right you do have to as a consumer you should you provide consent before they call before these rebel college. Call you so you should provide consent to your you know your school your doctor's office to call you there are a couple nuances there when it comes to landlines versus cell phones but for the most part robocalls should have your consent before they call you okay so but for something like an emergency insa- at a school for example. You're probably not going to have an option for the school. You may not and you're right when it comes to emergency calls. Those will not violate any rule of ars. If it's an emergency they can call you with a robocall and politician. Politicians are a little different. It's an informational call so So for the most part they have to abide by the same rules that everyone else does. Get your prior consent. If they're call your cell phone with an informational. Call the calling a land line. And it's not telemarketing marketing than they can make a role without violating the cellphone. Let's differentiate between the rules regarding the cellphones Mook who can make causes cellphones. We've just been talking about right. No one can call you on your cellphone unless they have your prior consideration one of those emergency situations like we talk or they have some kind of a an exemption from our rule. Okay so that's a good thing to know so anything that comes on your cell phone. It's it's going to be against the law if you haven't chosen to do it or it's an dire emergency. Yes that's correct okay. So anything else that we need to know about the Robo calls that we can do to avoid them reporting them Not Answering them knowing not to give our information out Filing complaints with us to get these calls because we do use those in our enforcement efforts. Oh you know people say to me. Well look I'm on the do not call this. Why do I get these ropy question? Well you know what I say to the people who do actually call me. I mean I I had somebody. Call me the other day about a duct cleaning to cleaning the ducks in your house. I said you know you're breaking federal law. I wouldn't do business with anybody. WHO's breaking the law and that's just the approach that I take and and is that something you would recommend to consumers? We do recommend consumers. Who who don't Wanna be called telemarketers? They do not call this list for the most part way stopped stopped a lot for the most part. Yes it does as as you were saying does stop legitimate callers legitimate telemarketers. They are required to check that list if they don't check the list and they call you without you know your your authorization and you're on that do not call us. Then they are violating the law. That's correct But we we found with illegal robocalls. They're not going to check the list. They're not going to check that. Do not call us because they're trying to steal from you already right exactly. They're crooks to begin with. So why should they bother even looking Are being concerned about it. But also you'll change the rules some time ago that you don't have to renew your phone numbers on the the do not call L. Registry ability because at one point it was like you had to renew it after a certain period of time and then the the FCC. I think very wisely changed that. So that if you put your name on there your a number on there and you don't take it off and you don't don't go in and delete it then in fact it's going to stay on the do not call which I like that that's a and the the F...
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"putt" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"You have tremendous mendes influence in our guest michelle. How is going to help you kind of unleash that in a really positive way michelle is grandmother herself and author of nearly twenty books including. There's a reason they call it. Grand parenting and michelle was with us once before to talk about being an empty nester. Were excited to have her back today michelle l. Thank you for being here before and welcome back. It's so good to be here. Let's get into it. How do you make the distinction between grandparent and grand parenting there. There's a huge distinction in the grand parenting differs between being a mere grandparent as somebody who you know dips into your grandchild's life life off and on you know they show up for the occasion a little league game when the weather's perfectly wonderful outside or they come for birthdays or holidays when it suits when it suits them. That's a grandparent but to be a grandparent the kind the lord wants us to be is somebody who realizes that everything we do every choice we make every word we say has a spiritual repercussion out there for everybody like that and so you are intent on making sure. Are your grandchildren see who jesus is early on yeah you you know the mantle or the label of grandparent applies to anybody that has offspring. I mean that's a very clinical michael web looking at it right. You're adult kids. Have children now your grandparents but you say in the book. Not everyone can be a grandparent. What what did you mean by that well well. I don't think everyone wants the load of responsibility. I mean when i look at my grandchildren. I think i i remember back to when are four adult children. Children were growing up and how much i longed for some help. I longed for just a little break. I mean when i watch our five little ones running around. My heart goes out out to our adult. Children were parents now and i think i wanna help. I want to lighten the load and i wanna love on those kids effect. You got a piece of advice about that time when your kids were toddlers colors. What was that advice. Let's share it with a few million people well. When you have small kids you have a hard time really a lot of ways but for mothers who are home with their children. It's chaos chaos usually all day long. When you do quiet time you usually have a real struggle and i remember starting feel bad about it like lord. There's no time for you. In one older season grandmotherly elite type woman said listen go to verse in first thesselonians five where it says breathing in and out you know pray continually so you'd get some verses you put him in obvious these places around your kitchen bathroom. Whatever you walk by your breathe it in you. Pray it out for somebody. I love that in. I even think all you can do ooh. That's all you can do because bombs are up in the middle of the night there up tenure children all through the day i mean it is a twenty four hour job so applying at into to the grand parenting realm. You not only doing it when your children are little you doing it. When your grandkids are growing up i think all the time about my grandkids when i see pictures on our walls and i pray for them you know i think it's something you have to do is grandparent's. We live in a volatile dangerous broken world. That's so aggressive against believing in god and jesus now that our kids need all the help they can get in the spiritual spirit check hover well and the other thing is as grandparents typically have have a little more time now you can breathe and you can pray and you can be very specific and spend time doing reading the word and praying blessings and protection over your grandkids in kids which i think is great. Let's look at it from the perspective of the grandchild wh how do they benefit from being over grandma and grandpa's house well. I always other the ice cream other than they shouldn't be right and all those great things can you can spoil them with grandparents. Get hung up on <hes>. We have a tight <unk> budget. Our houses small kids are too loud and they resist the opportunity of being hospitable to their grandkids. Where is really all you have to do is love when they walk in. You know what do you when you walk in new guests home. They you know you feel with their feeling and if you feel loved and accepted this other matters headers and i think that's what i want. My kids walk in with their grandkids. I want the kids to run up to me and say now because i need it but because i know that they our cherished they know their cherished and it's just a beautiful scenario. You know one of the things i remember very distinctly with trenton. Troy is when we went to jean's parents house. <hes> early on i mean they were cognitive and operational debt point three or four years old where we can watch them react. They felt so comfortable there which caught our attention because we'd go to friends houses and you know they'd be a little intimidated a little shy but when they step into jean's parents house it was like they were there with family like they knew it. There was something different. Does that happen. Oh it does happen and it can happen all the time if you're the grandparent who makes it happen. You know i didn't i'm. I'm no some grandparents who you the grandkids run in in there. Already expectation is high. Why isn't my grandchild running up to giving him be coug well because he's at that age anybody you know what i mean but their self esteem is so involved in that love and adoration from the grandchild that they we are just they're not loving their grandchild unconditionally there the whole they should be the mature one they need to be unconditionally accepting their grandchild all of them despite if they don't care for the personality or the little season their kids in or whatever we're called to love them to be like you said that covering in just the grandparents who boy them up amidst all the heartache michelle. Let's camp there for a minute because i think it could be very instructive for those listening her in the spot right right now either as the grandparent or maybe the adult child but so often personality plays a role in this as a grandparent you might have been more introverted person as a grandparent aren't and it's hard for you to be up and buoyant and you know to be thinking of that grandchild because they're not really contributing to the discussion of world peace yet. You know so it takes from you. What advice would you have for that type that percents type that you know maybe a little distant as a grandparent her. How do they break out of the shackles and understand what their grandchild needs from them. Well one thing. I think that grandparents neglect to do is talk to the appearance. If you had a loss over right if you're at a loss and i'm not sure what one of my grandsons my little granddaughters like or if they're in a kind of a weird stage age i go to my daughters and say okay. They're acting a little funky weird right now. What what's going on. Help your proactive about grandma and i think you have to be proactive. An i'm an introvert if i'm an introvert and i'm doing it any other introvert healthier can do it now in my husband extrovert so they run up to him and there in his arms raba they're all over him and you know while that can be a little bit much for me when they come into the house and give me their hugs and direct them to the next thing we've planned or whatever it's all great but you know you have to communicate to the parents these adults in their life. They can make independent decisions for your grandchildren. You have to respect your your adult children. You know so often those fissures that exist in the grandparent adult child relationship can get blown up they become canyons in in this relationship and it could be a whole set of things you know. It's the grandparents aren't following the rules of the parents their kids who are setting different rules for their kids right yeah. How does a grandparent honored their adult children which they probably have struggled their entire life honoring their kids right and that's a good point. I think again communication communication is key. When your child comes over with the grands i ask them. What are they allowed to have today. Can they have a treat if she says yes. It's okay if she says no. I honor that or the allowed to watch anything on television today. I'm any little checklist we i mind. I like i know what their standard is. In their house i want to uphold it and applauded and elevated so that those grandkids love their moms and dads ads in respect them and then we can be that conduit that helps it all work out because there's gonna be a point where those grandkids are going to start rebelling some questioning the authorities. My grandsons have said to me well. Mommy makes me do that. What do you think oh really yeah and i'll say well. I think that is really good idea because the support mommy mommy mommy support. Daddy and i see my mom was kind of mad or whatever i'll say well. Mommy had a long day and you know what that's you. When you have an you're talking. You're always trying to get them to be critical thinkers into looking to the lord. Why would god choose but you know what you're right when there's those the broken relationships with your adult children u. <unk> be extra careful. No you're already extra careful or you know in the point of it is what a great time to repair those relational problems uh-huh better now than later. I mean why not work on it right and when you can do that when a grandbaby comes along boy. I've seen families kind of men together because it may be the grandma. The older grandma was upset with her adult son. Let's say that baby comes in the picture and then his wife goes you. We need to make immense here where i have a babysitter cetera number one and number two. You're not going to have a relationship you know in. The grandma's starts to soften things out. I mean those babies. Hold a lot of leverage yup. I i love that saying that grandparents have a special bond with grandchildren because they share common enemy very. Let's not talk about that but it is kinda funny money especially. How many how many parents have said yeah when my kids grew up and had children it was so good to see they're they're strong willed child my grandchild going after a little. It's it's a little vengeance. I hate you actually had a moment in the car similar to what we're talking about with a grandson. I think two of your grandsons were in the car and they were kinda. The doing some stuff that the freak you out what happened and how did you manage it well. My oldest daughter and her husband were una- job search across the state with their infant son. We had the two other boys at our house for three days or so in. I was wiped out. I mean wiped out. I don't sleep well yeah. I mean i was done because i'm older and even done no. I'm not like a young mom so i'm driving them home and it was going fine and i was mentally thinking wow. We had a really great three days. Fighting it was just bliss and all of a sudden to hear this blood curdling scream out and i mean it was so loud in so piercing that i went you know almost most when i stopped the car get out. I fully expecting to see some. I ball not right and then i looked and i talked to them. So you cannot screaming car you can do that. Graham will go on the ditch. We'll be in real trouble then a little bit of guilt. Yeah i get back in the car. The same thing happened and netanyahu..
"putt" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"But it's limited because you know, you've got time averaged over half an hour, and you can only do a couple of different conditions because it does involve radiation exposure. And you don't want to give anybody too much. And so, you know, the FM right? You mentioned you have to be still, but we can take advantage of the fact that get a little theoretical, but neuroscientists of largely converged on the idea that one of the ways we understand what we see other people do is to internally simulated ourselves, in fact, using the same neural systems, and this is probably an important way that we learned from others as well, which is an important research question too. But we can take advantage of that. And we show people films of toolmaking in the scanner. And so this is most directly relevant to observational understanding and learning from other individuals. But it does pretty much use overlapping systems with execution and we've shown that. So that's another sort of work around and a colleague of mine. Shelby putt is using something called functional near infrared truck or. Ethnic-uighurs anyways. What I what I remember and that actually uses near infrared visible light that can penetrate the cranium and get some information on blood flow from superficial areas of the brain and that you can wear while you're doing something as well. So there's some if you work arounds that you can do to actually use neuro imaging techniques. Now, I wonder. I I don't know if anybody's looked to this, but it be differences in the brain between doing doing a task and stone tool creation and simply imagining the task because of all we've looked on the show a bunch of times about simply imagining doing something very similar in the brain to actually doing it. Yeah. So it's similar in very interesting and important ways, but also different in important ways. And particularly in the context of stone tool making where some of the things that we're interested in are the actual skill to really deliver the right amount of force to the right place. We want actually tap into that. Somehow, we did do an experiment though, in which we were more interested in the the kind of planning aspects and the evaluation aspects, and we had people looking at stone tools and answering questions about what would be the good thing to do next which is basically asking them to mentally imagine. And simulate the actions, and you tap into different aspects of the task demands there, so we can use both. But but there are aspects of stone tool making their reliant on actually doing it. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. But we're going to jump right back in. With her interview. Hey, Robert, it has been so long since I shaved my face. I don't remember what shaving is like, but you're looking very smooth today. So maybe you can tell me the story of shaving. Oh, we'll shavings great provided. You have the right razor to do it with. And I've had some bad experiences in the past where I've either of end up having to pick up a really cheap razor, you know, bite at a gas station or something on goal rusty's discount razors. Not a good deal or I've let myself run out of razors. When I'm like got to replace that blade. I got to replace that blade. And then I go to shave and look for the new blade and realize that I've let myself run completely out. And then it's a choice between do I go to this interview. Or or what have you with either a Hobo SCRUFF or do I go with a bleeding face? It's it's a tough choice. Nobody should have to make far better to simply subscribe in have Gillette razor blades, come to your door..
"putt" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Jio and abandoned cbs sports network i went looking for joe because joe beningo tommy fleetwood like seventy five to one i think the us open of course it would watch the final round the guy shoots a sixty three has a party get a sixty two but did not get it of course misses out by one stroke in brooks kepco winning another us open so i just wanted to get his thoughts on i mean i'm sure he's gonna talk about out of the shell probably leave it for that i'm going to steal their thunder but i wanted to talk to him about it off the air evans said yeah it was definitely fleetwood and these planning on opening with joe's bench shore the thing about it too on eighteen as you heard poisoning or talking about it for a pro golfer to be below the whole and to have that type of like that's like their easiest putt and he made some great putts throughout his round obviously but that one i was hard hard for me to believe that i'm sure a lot of people to believe that he missed that putt i'm sure he got no sleep last night thinking over and over and over again forget about wooding the tournament for a second he was going to set a record he was going to set a record of sixty two following the card reference golfing fishing mowing the lawn or forty now forty one forty six percent but another one i put near drinking beer that's another one you see like a mug on the cartoon mugs the foam on top but it really is such a snapshot into the american dad when you go and scour for cards during father's day dive i mean it's amazing so right about i saw that i was thinking why did you put like how many got like a president trump card well you can only do so many things but i i have that problem every year because my father doesn't do any of those so i never it's always golfing fishing farting remote controls being lazy on the couch yeah that's that's another one oh so you're saying it's more of that.
"putt" Discussed on 790 KABC
"How you doing what should a great and i just have to say that by the way people should know that gina and i are friends with benefits because i don't have my girlfriend anymore what we broke up now right heard of kidding it's a joke who is calling what's your problem we have robert putt roger ponce criminal defense attorney what is your question i made i divorced attorney tell him i was just kidding what's your address now go well i find your show very valuable and a lot of really interesting ideas and and very educational i use stand and kristen so my question is i finally got on after you know weeks and weeks of trying to get on so i i i'm grateful so i have got a dui and i got full old and it was in the city of long beach and i i really was like i don't know if there's things that you should do or not do when when that happens you have any suggestions people have no idea so i think the first thing is with the u is most people don't realize is you actually don't have to participate in any of those filter brighty exams and you certainly don't have to answer any questions because what you what happens with the arresting officer is that all of those things that he's he or she is having you do touch your nose touching the clap four times whatever it is they use that really just to establish the probable cause to have to drag you to the police station to have you then submit yourself to the breath or the blood machine so i imagine that in your case you must have probably participated since most drivers don't realize that you don't have to and then once that occurs obviously once you've established their probable cause and then they take your breath and aura blood they arrest you or they cite you or site released depending on how imperative you think you are cain so what you need to know in terms of going to court is you can actually fight a dui i know that you know i think public opinion is always well wants him arrested and i've had i've had a little too much to drink and that's it.
"putt" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Ray as a as a takeaway i think you'd find you know you have ws really pending their hopes on on being successful with with the ground situation and growl and farm workers i think i think you'll find by and large that that the employers have cultivated a a good strong working relationship with with employees and it's the employees choice quite frankly as to whether or not they're receptive to the us ws you know what they're selling what their interest is and i think you have w's own numbers suggest folks just aren't interested in what the w is selling but i'd like to leave you with one thing right that was pretty significant from from my observation being an attendance in the courtroom yesterday and also encourage your listeners to search for and listen to an archive of yesterday's preceding put out by fifth district court of appeal and that's this you know you have an agency then in the seventies it was really set up to to both protect workers and to really put worker choice into motion and i think you'll find if you really really look at it objectively what happened yesterday and what was said not only was this ale or be today's ayler be disinterested in protecting workers but but even more concerning they'll actually work against them they put their council putt ford a slate of arguments all designed to prevent getting to the pure intention and desire the farm workers and there is nothing pure than counting the ballots in every argument they put forward yesterday was really about one thing working against them quite shocking mazing and this would just you know it'd be over and done with her there were just counterbalance where i think i think it's really important to know that this is this is not the nineteen seventies and quite frankly the uaw in the al are be are basically living in in in a in a bygone era stone a stone age today in the twenty first century in the fields of california there is by and large a satisfaction a a piece in the fields significant partnerships with the work force and with the owners there are opportunities for farm workers to move up into other positions of management et cetera there there isn't this in your body this old unionized idea of seniority that blocks everybody else from upward mobility there are a lot of dance one of them who provide scholarships.
"putt" Discussed on Plz Advise
"My whole life and tell like my putt lake early thirties i started to gain i'm people tell me i'm skinny you know i don't i don't hate that no it feels good i mean it unless you know you've been starving yourself and your like no i'm actually really fuck on unhealthy revival anxiety and just haven't been eating like at all yeah i mean i'm not i wish i had i like b i like you i know you and i are the same were i think the ideas will starve but krisztina like khouzina most people i know are more like you or they're like oh my god like ours stress heat or something i can't put anything in in my body if i'm f i have anxiety which i have very high grading ieti sometimes it's situation all like you know my story of like last summer was you know not not bueno but um you know it wasn't i just nothing i might even it doesn't even occur to me to eat listeners do not advise i'm not like trying to advocate for like ed here no no i also know too that i like i can be flip in about this subject be goes like i've had the rain inge of that staff and selling but ever sounds flip flippant it's not lake no getting better all prescription and abuse at lake now talked about it on the lake i think the last time i was on we talked about this that we have that this american life episode tell me i'm fat with a last in yeah like a protracted conversation about it actually listened to the last episode i've been doing this like super topsecret project at work not to totally derail the conversation but i've been learning a lot about like radio journalism in journalism created for listening and it's very different and so i've been trying to catch myself in the way that i say things and the way that i not i'm not journalists but i work at a media company so like not just the way that i say things but also the way that i say things as a woman yeah like i feel like i implicitly kind of apologize or give deference to people in a room and i'm trying not to do that so i have some like i've laid out some guidelines for myself today on the show it's really hard to not apology.
"putt" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"It ball was a mistake i mean if you so look at how it no is if you he can if you can did the less he pressure stays you distinct used deacon from said the linebackers no in the food secondary and you've got so guys that's back why there i'm the one that said put i apple mean you slices app to on catch it interceptions so don't cook and it you need your four guys did up front it to put the so for everybody wondering what's going on right now kevin now no you you have to tell the story what happened was his i send out i send out the harry movie video to everybody harry buddy movie day right and it was smoothie day in you know i had to re had to rephrase it again which met didn't apparently get but i did order for him so he got something any way lamented but that being said i ordered distinctly from me of a peanut butter crunch taste so good at with apple slices this time share gave it gave it to jay z thinking jay z wanted it but jay z distinctly sent me a text message that said i want though to the number two and a son sunshine emoji concerned after that put no food because so here on up and yet and why would i give you the i couldn't he be and pay don't do that exactly what i was going to take it anyway scharping rates don't make a smoothie out of it which rich smoothies saw red yes it is movie day here in the zone and kevin putt pulse dili's here hours massappeal left wing educators going under earlier least.
"putt" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast
"What i'm going to recommend is counter intuitive it's counterintuitive brother to that feeling that you have which is let me get pass it on capacity let me get passed it no it's kinda like you know when when you're driving along a road a speedbump you have two choices would you coming up to speed up you could speed up rican slow down ranked but nobody wants to stop pause and go slowly over the hump would you don't get throat the welcome to the reboot podcast we're so glad you're here walk up to the review podcast i am dan putt if you ever find yourself reaching out to reboot for coaching whether that be through a friend in a referral or even the contact form on our website you will likely end up on the phone with me despite having plenty i played knack times frankly struggling to properly respond everyone i've taken on this role because it's not only imported reboot but it's really important to me feels like such a privilege in an honor to connect with so many people who are willing in a very short period of time to open up their hearts to share their pains the tell their stories i marvel every day at the heart the bravery the pain the complexity that exist within all of us regardless of title that company size or aid your upbringing or location we all have our own stories and we are all connected in our humanity i feel lucky to be a safe place for people to genuinely share where they are to listen with no needs are wants her intentions in perhaps they walk away feeling a bit better heard and i walkway feeling honored i think we both walkaway feeling connected.
"putt" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"And perhaps travelled a particular route frequently so it might be a mother charged with somebody like that who was always trading between two points they would die uh and then they dole would continue the root tool that dole would die but would come back and walk the same roots of this kind of that aspect this is not so much the kind of gandhi in aspect in that way breadline talks can be seen as guardians uh but the that possibly within inflatable sometimes the guardians of treasure all are the guardians of a particular place um but the but not quite enough same way as being the yemeni the faithful hound who excellent right i cannot be could tax kick talking about this topic analysis descent much to discuss that i foresee it were at that point where we need to just dropping seeing a sale flight to ask you are typical final question which is what's your favorite monster while do you know i've listened to a number of episodes of moms to talk him the so i'm of the i get away with response and misses the response of really i need to give you two honorees with that is the i i naturally have to say the black dog as an entity which can be seen as a monster has to be because it of devoted citing putt shirt bites are among the researching and collecting these aspects as i naturally have to say that but i i won't given what has while on won't give one that i find fascinating and i don't think would have been mentioned on here before and probably for all the wrong reasons but i just love this.