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Voting Mechanisms And AI
"Steven Hi I'm professor RTP OF MATHEMATICS AT USC University of Southern California Excellent, and tell me a little bit about your general interest within mathematics. Before we get into the particular paper, I wanted to talk to you about a few different topics generally speaking probability probability generally construed its relation to computer science in particular theoretical computer science. Would we wind up somewhere near what is it Polynot mealtime? Generators. I don't know about a number. Generous. Followed meal time things more specifically clavo problem that can't be solved in polynomial time, and then you WANNA approximated solution in USA. How well can approximate? How can I prove that? This is the best. You can do things like that under the general category of hardness of approximation suppose why knowing lot of those cases you have one benefit may be many but benefiting a lot of problems. Like that is you can tell if a solution is valid or you have some function you're trying to optimize for I. Don't know if the same is true in voting. Is there a global way that we'd all agree that the outcomes are good or the processes? Good. Maybe that's a good way to get into your topic designing stable elections. Exactly. I mean there's a lot of A. Link to Wikipedia Pedia page somewhere it's a table and it has a list of desirable properties voting methods and there's at least maybe ten or twenty cents properties and it's impossible to have all the desirable properties no matter which voting method you have there's always gonna be some that has some that a dozen but the one property that myself and many other people who focus is how can the voting method be protected from corruption and that could be mostly what people in this community of worked on is looking at random vote corruption. So everybody cast their vote and then Tyson with some small probability they will randomly. Change some votes, and then the question is which method best preserves the election's outcome. So that's the quantity that you want to say maximize. You want to maximize the probability that the voting method preserves the outcome. When you compare the original outcome to the outcome after the votes have been corrupted one quantity, you can try to maximize very interesting. I definitely want to come back and talk more about corruption but you've got me intrigued with those properties and I know there's many of them may be I don't WanNA put your memory test, but could you talk about one or two and maybe discuss you know a Controversy around them or why they're important that sort of thing. Yes. There's a bunch one desirable property of voting method is that it doesn't succumb to the spoiler effect as we know, the Electoral College does. So how can we think about this spoiler effect the main let's change the names to some ancient name. So we don't have to deal with political of discussion in the moment, but let's say we ran election whatever two hundred whatever years ago, and there's George Washington running, and there's also a clone of George Washington running as candidates and I some third candidate on the. Fact factor means the fact that two of these clone George Washington running while people who originally if there just one George Washington, they'll just vote for that first one but two of them you'd imagine you know the original George Washington Supporters A. Vote First Josh Attendance on my vote for Evil George Washington or whatever you call the second one. So the fact that the original supporters of the person gets split between the two separate candidates we know an electoral college that means that it decreases the chance of either one of them winning, and for example, I think a last election cycle Bloomberg said, I'm not gonNA run as an independent because of this effect, you can steal votes away from someone in a sense and it can. Ruin the chance of say some candidate that may be you kind of support or something. So that's a desirable property of voting method that some of them have and some of them don't doesn't have the spoiler effect. That's that's what you are. There mechanisms than the can eliminate things like that. How do we build something like that into voting framework one voting method that avoids this it's become popular to certain people you know on the perfect voting with, but it's called instant runoff voting so. Different than what we're used to thinking about your vote is no longer just your favorite candidate. It's like a ranked list of candidates like for example on. Once going back two hundred years or something maybe your first choice most preferred candidates George Washington may be your second most preferred candidate is out in. Alexandria. Hamilton third most preferred candidate Harriet Tubman or something I don't know every single person makes list of preferred candidates and they all get submitted into whatever the election methods, which is song way of taking all those votes and just saying, okay, here's the winner and so one I think mentioned already one. Popular ranked choice voting method is called instant runoff voting on I believe it's used in Australia might even be used this coming election cycle in I'm not entirely sure but anyway so the important thing is this voting method does not have these spoiler effect
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"rtp" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Say horrible things about bat super whatever. That's that China flu. And now we're moving over to the moderated discussion which is just information about current virus. But one of the early changes the moderators and they were really great. Moderators in the early days. That OFFICIALS CELEBRATE. It was that they banned all discussion of masks. Because it just got to be fucking insane. People saying whether or not masks were effective and I'm not saying that mass will stop the current ours. I don't feel that way. But how can you argue that? They're less effective than not having them. You know it's just it doesn't make any sense to me at all. So that's when China became available for the president to you after that China flu. Does that bother you? By the way doesn't it might be popular. That doesn't bother me that he calls it that it bothers me a name. He was using the preferred name and he switched almost intentionally to defer blame. It's like trying to remind people that it's not his fault that's the spirit behind it Yes but also China is doing that as well. They're just because just because someone else is doing. It doesn't mean that we all right. No I I get. I get what you're saying but you know when trump does it does seem to have a harder edge to it but when a child comes does it winter. He's signaling racism to people that are listening for that racism and also like I mean now you're into origin of the name. Bradley people will say like what about like look back at the Spanish flu. We called it that to try to make. It seem like it was someone else's problem it's like it's all about perception right. You know we had it. It started. It probably started here with a Spanish flu and we call it Spanish flu just because of intermission. Censorship at the time in World War One. Yeah right it was actually one of the earliest kind of media byproducts in the modern media environment where Spain was the only people reporting on the flu. Everyone else involved with the war was being hush hush about it so the only reports newspapers were. Ab- insane so it was called the Spanish flu because that's where all the cases supposedly were but let me see. There's a there was a Chinese official. Who was on twitter? Which is a band platform in China? It's a band platform. Supposedly that no one in China can get onto twitter supposedly and he was on there saying openly that the paramilitary games were held in Wuhan in November and that the US brought the corona virus to China as part of the paramilitary games and it was actually a military personnel from the US who were infected. I in China openly saying. That's an easy. He's actually backtracked on it. Which is pretty rare. But it's like it's in trump's not I don't think trump is saying the Chinese virus because he's trying to solve this problem long term but long term. We do have a huge problem with the propaganda engine that exists in China. And I think what we're dealing with the with. The Corona virus is a huge offshoot of that. It's not the main reason. But it's our response to it. I think has been the downplaying of the virus when it was exclusively in China for a while. That's true agree with that. That's that's for sure and before we were before we had to deal with the corona virus. Everybody was up in arms about censorship in film in the NBA Television in China. That was. That was the last big controversy. This just eclipse that. Yeah there's there's western versions of that not that Japan is a Western country. But you know there are a little bit more democratic. You see for capitalist reason why people downplay as well. I like even back in January. I thought the big watershed moment for this virus was going to be if and when the Olympics were cancelled or postponed. That was what was going to bring. Everyone's attention to it. That was actually one of the last things to happen. Japan like just stuck to their guns that they were holding those Olympics man with that might have been out of their control. I might have been as well. I won't put the blame entirely on them. But who are these organisations whose the whose fee for WHO's the World Health Organization? It's like there's all this debate about these if you've had these organizations and they held so much power why can they not effectively do anything either? Yeah you know the world going back to the whole China. Flu separated it. The reason why it was called the China flu separated for so long was they wouldn't release information about the virus. They wouldn't identify. They finally identified as creative. Iris but then even after they identified it as a corona virus. It took them weeks to name. Nothing cove in nineteen and it's part of the reason why I think you still see people calling corona and not calling. A Co vid is because they had to go through this whole process of naming it. That didn't tie it to a region you know and it didn't have any specifications of origin and things like that while at the same time. The last outbreak of essentially SARS related epidemic was called the Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome is murs so it's not a very consistent methodology. They have for naming this but apparently not calling it the Wuhan flu or the Wuhan Virus was very very important to the World Health Organization. It's frustrating. It's it's been frustrating watching that organization because I even though on the podcast. I make a lot of jokes about national stuff like that I do. I consider myself to be a very scientific person. I hold signs in very high regard and it sucks when so many of these organizations that have such huge scientific impact or public health impact. They're essentially pointed Willy Nilly. It seems like by politicians. They're really just politicians. Who happened to have a background in medicine? Which I think that's something that's gotTa fucking change. Which is sometimes ten a tenuous background best right like this navy. Do How do you feel Navy Guy? The Secretary of the navy getting on the fucking PA system on the Roosevelt and lambasting the captain. He got everything that he fucking deserved. And did you read the reputation for the like the resume for this guy that he ended up in this incredibly powerful position? No I WANNA see. He was like a assistant helicopter pilot or something like that before I know he served. I didn't look into how deeply he served. But that was just a fucking dumb boneheaded thing to do and he had to know the second he started spouting is now and I don't think he did. I think Improv I think unfortunately this is a this is a is a situation of a poor leadership filtering down throughout the country where people see I don't want to name any body. But they see a leader Being bombastic and Aggressive and blame me and fire and from the hip and use you see leadership doing that and you think oh I guess I have a little bit of leeway do that Shit too and nobody else does. Only one person seems to be able to get away with it and that dude should've known the second opened his mouth. He was going to be writing a resignation letter with a week. And I hope that that I hope that that admiral gets his job back. I read yesterday. That they're thinking about reinstating him. I read that too over the two also I I feel like I'm having a lot of popular opinions day I have to say though The military is kind of an autonomous organisation they do have the autonomy to run their own organization with oversight and. I have respect for that Jeff. You're in it. I as someone who's Outside. I understand that there's a need for that. And I do have an issue with the leader on one of the most precious resources and our military which an aircraft carrier notifying the rest of the world that that aircraft carrier is essentially out of commission. There is a problem with doing that. You know I don't know if you know getting him taking him out because he was trying to save his own. Sailors is the right thing. But there's a problem with doing that. Yeah I think that there's there's a lot of timelines there that aren't very clear and I've read wildly. Differing reports on how that information was disseminated. And who actually disseminated and why So I don't feel I don't feel like I know the honest truth but From everything that I've read it just seemed like an act of desperation to get the world to listen to the fact that he had a ship full of sick people and nobody was taking it seriously and he was trying to get anybody to pay attention and help him get those people help. It did seem impression that I got. Yeah and he was at his wit's end and was like nobody's fucking listen to me and I got a couple thousand soldiers share that I got or Cyprus. Sorry semen here that I have to take care of and And I sent you know like he is ultimately responsible for the lives of those people on that ship and you know he broke protocol For sure or somebody on that boat did. I don't know that it's super clear who did but I mean it was done with. The desire of protecting human lives and boats are a huge risk for infectious diseases regardless. Jd went on a scuba trip last summer and a couple of the kids got a staff infection. It's huge concern on a closed environment like that and in the early days if you look at some of the post from Blake data is beautiful on read it. When they show the growth of the disease there were cruise ships than in the early days had so many more cases than entire countries. You know it's it's I'm sure. The admiral was paying very close. Admiral captain captain of the. What was his official position? He's an Admiral Admiral. Admiral I apologize to members of our United States Navy for not understanding the command structure. Exactly but I believe to command a an aircraft carrier like that. You're an admiral or a rear admiral. I'm not sure how the hierarchy there okay did. I was also amazed when I was reading about this. That I mean I knew. Aircraft carriers were massive. I also was curious. You know when he was when though this controversy was going on like how much of a risk and he put the United States you know a security at risk by telling the world. That aircraft carrier was commission. I didn't realize we have as many aircraft carriers as the rest of the world combined with more that the rest of the world combined. Don't we it's actually just under. It's actually just under like Australia. Has to put it over the top. But I think I want to say we have someone that you've heard of like sixteen and there's thirty four in the world so we have astronomical amount of aircraft carriers and I also was looking at this the Roosevelt in particular. They talked about how in response to the outbreak. They went down to a skeleton crew on the aircraft carrier and a skeleton crew was three hundred sailors. Which is just that's insane. It's like three thousand people. It takes to run an aircraft carrier and I think most of the people were left there to to run the nuclear reactor so we did a hunter. That's ghost hunting show For Season Two. We did an episode where we investigated the US Hornet which is a decommissioned aircraft carrier. Up in Alameda. California is where it was And you talk about the size. I don't know how it's it's I remember them. I remember being an Essex Class aircraft carrier. But that doesn't mean anything to me. I don't know that means it's a big one or a little one but I think because it's so old it was on the smaller side. We were there for. I don't know ten or twelve hours and I think we saw there I think we saw twenty five percent of that ship. Maybe if if that and I remember that room when you first walk in Angola helicopters and other vehicles just sat in the big open giant room. That's one of the biggest rooms I've ever been in my life like aside from convention center holes and it and it floats. I remember thinking that 'cause I was looking for like a basketball hoop or something and I remember thinking I could throw a basketball as hard as I could. And it wouldn't hit the ceiling. Yeah it makes. It was talking about the skeleton crew being three hundred people. I wonder if one person could even pull that thing out of the dog on your own. The how long would it take you to get the ship up and running and moving and if even could be done by one person. Dude I watch Bull Bravo's below deck which is a shitty reality show about luxury yachts and I get that they the crew of like fifteen people and they can't get shit at all that things the size of a really Nice Cadillac. So no one person could do it. I just I just looked up for reference the the Roosevelt right and they're they're complement. The ship's company is thirty. Two hundred and the Air Wing is twenty four eighty. Wow Wow that is a normal amount of people and a huge vessel. Doesn't say how the Oliver been to the bit of us Inside that have y'all been to the sub read it Heavy Seas. Have you seen that number to that one? I discovered it yesterday through a gift that somebody posted on Reddit of an oil tanker like bobbing in the ocean delays all that gift and that was crazy and so I ended up in the comments and from the comments I got linked into this heavy seas which you should definitely check out but there was one yesterday of a battleship. St- like somebody filming on a cruiser are on aircraft carrier a battleship hitting waves. And the I thirty. Five percent of that ship was totally underwater when it would hit a wave and come back up and then go under again. It was the scariest craziest thing I have ever seen. So if you just out on the deck you it just gone. You wouldn't be out on the deck not very long. Yeah Shit Yeah no you would be gone. It's like that thing was getting maybe thirty feet underwater. It.
"rtp" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Can I just say I don't like how they measure audio with negative shit? I mean it's just it's it doesn't make any Goddamn Sense. It's your failure. It's a scale of what one to negative. What do you think they should start at one? I have no clue I. I don't even know what it stands for. I've been working with audio for years. Decibels DESA BELLS. Fuck for how negative wants are. We'd like taking sound out of the room right. I'm an answer that one asshole. We're not GONNA do like a stupid insurance air names or anything like that right now. Where do you go? I this is a this is I only. They should know our names. I mean they may not remember you. It's been a while but the rest of us now. Is this one. I only know this one's for everybody. That's right okay. We should announce it. Don't say for what they figure it out slowly. Jeff say your name and then people will know your fire. Okay thanks yeah. I'm burn. Jeff Jeff Jeff. Appreciate this. I have had a lot of time to reflect my career over the past few months and every one conclusion basically. This is fired by you. I wish I did done a lot more drugs. I usually play one regret looking back. Is there which I don't know why I was watching Wolf of Wall Street? You Watch these fucking idiots. Every Scorsese movie essentially the same thing. Where it's you're watching these guys into these really cool characters but if you look at it it's like the robbing people blind like robbing normal everyday citizens or unlike the case of Goodfellas they're fucking killing people real people and these are true stories but you give it enough time and it's like who gives a shit nobody nobody cares. You give it enough time. And then then Henry Hill becomes a lovable drunk who You love to hear talk on the radio. Yeah the Allison Steve Martin's playing him and my Blue Heaven a follow up movie that nobody realizes connected. That's true is that Henry Hill. Yeah Steve Martin's character in my blue heaven is Henry Hill. I didn't know that there. You Go fucking aren't listening. Everybody will see all next week. Some fucking jackass will clip the where we talked about this eight and a half years ago for two seconds and how I definitely knew that Steve Martin was playing Henry Hill in my blue heaven puck. Cussing for ten ten plus years really makes you realize how much she forgets shit or maybe just never registered to begin with it. If anybody recorded two to three hours of their thoughts every day they would become a hypocrite within three weeks. I was talking last week about how I'd never used a plunger but I couldn't verify that thought maybe my if I didn't want to come jumping out actually in two thousand seven given us this plunger Shit I worry about yeah exactly there's an RTA with using plunger. Oh Gavin that somebody would know that. You're I'm assuming that when you're using a plunger you're by yourself alone in the bathroom and that someone in the world at one point would know about that and that his own double ended plunges coach own walking double ended. Plunger is called a stick. I the question for you Birdie. It's not plunger related. But you said that you were in you. Were going down this line of thinking about drugs because you were inspired by me that because I've lamented not doing more drugs or because you have the impression I've done a Lotta Drugs. No not be because you're drunk. The here's the thing is that outstrip wants a drunk always. There's no way there's no way that like the shitty stuff that I've done can be made until like a hit movie or Leonardo Dicaprio could portray me because I got. I have no excuse for any of the dumb stupid shit that I've done. I'm just a dumb ass or an asshole. Where's like you have this awesome out because you're an alcoholic her? It's like Someone Academy Award doing that or it's like us it's like if somebody could just say if not using. Jefferson example even though he completely fits this description. If you stupid horrible stuff in your life and you're like Oh yeah. I did the stuff and I stole a bunch of money or whatever not to just stole money that enough or did did all these horrible things that people are treated them poorly bad place in my life. I was alcoholic or addicted to drugs. And I've since clean myself up then it was like oh. I don't have that like there's nothing I can do to clean myself up as long as you say. Sorry in a really sincere way and say you've cleaned your life up. It's like a free pass for every shitty thing you did before that. Yeah but you're giving yourself a hard out you're making it sound like this is the end now. You could walk out tomorrow and kill someone if you want to and then recover from that or or dude. What are you forty? Six years old Bernie forty. I don't use U. Forty-seven why don't you start doing drugs seriously? Here's my problem is that I wish I had started younger. All the kids drugs your body can take it. My my body cannot take it. I don't think at this point. Try microdosing just little by little you build it up and then the next thing you know it's second nature to you. I'll tell you what when I retire. It's going to be like hundred percent in the retirement home video games and hard drugs like everything I never did. Why not what's the first one? How is it different from home quarantine? What's number one on your wishlist? It's always the one everyone has a drug. They're scared of for me it was always LSD. I never wanted to put myself that. The mercy of my own imagination essentially say. Lsd would be the drug your most scared of trying definitely. That's what I'm saying. I think everyone has a drug. That's like there's no way they would ever do that particular drug and for me it's it's LSD. How about you Gavin Than Gusts? I don't know enough about the drugs. I don't know what they will do. Drugs you watch TV. It's heroin is no question about it at guesses right. Ding Ding Ding. It's definitely heroin. I feel like I've had heroin though gone. If I'm looking back across my life it seems like I mean I've had I've had like a tooth pulled right and they give you the tennis prescribe I got. I got a colonoscopy finally convinced my doctor to put my but I just WanNa talk to you. Because they were not going to do it they had to pay out of pocket for it and everything. Because I wasn't fifty years old yet and they really don't want you to do it till you're fifty five. Yeah that's changed when I was in my thirties because I had a colonoscopy when I was like thirty six right because of the diverticulitis They were like you're going to have one at forty and then forty-five and then fifty and every five years for the rest of your life. And then I go back to get them and they're like no you don't need one of forty come back forty five and so. I. I haven't had one in nine years. I'm supposed to have one this summer. Not sure how that's going to shake out but But Yeah I guess the rules are changing because I remember it was like it was all a forty and then I swear people were saying forty five and now my doctor said fifty fifty or fifty five. Is there other ways that they're checking like is there something else supplementing it? That's replaced that or what? That's a great question. I think they just had probably enough data the realize. Like unless you've got some reason to get it like I think. Diverticulitis is one of the conditions that would necessitate or an Anna corden according to them. It's not like even with my diverticulitis. That's not that big a deal because I tried forty and he told me no and I was just. I wouldn't because I have a history of it in my family and I was just always heard Jefford which is like you're supposed to start getting them by the time you're forty so can you have just lied your way into it. Say Plug stuck with something and then have them check of the. They don't schedule a procedure for a month. Out and make you spend three days of impromptu pull fug Butler out of your ass. That's an emergency room visit. I think it's always a bad idea to lie on medical stuff too. That's the one person you Never WanNa lie to let you go drug conversation. Tell the doctor. What drugs you took. If they're they're not asking you to get you in trouble of you end up in the emergency room and you did something. Tell the fucking doctor. Because they're not asking you so they can rat you out to the cops. That's not what you're saying. You got the plug out on my own on my own. I got about plug did. Did they find anything up there how to how to go? They didn't find anything so I got a clean bill of health. Which is you know is one of the worst things my doctor can tell you because it just reaffirms all your fucking bad choices. Are we talking about doing drugs? Well that was. The thing is that I went in and I. I've never been never been knocked out in my life. Never been I have periods where I've blacked out either. Don't remember stuff from alcohol or there was one time I got punched where I I don't remember stuff. But as far as I know I've lost consciousness and passed out including being like wisdom. Teeth are knocked out medically so they could have done that for this and I said No. Just give me the twilight or whatever they call it and that was such a strange because I never had that before. Either where it's like. I don't recall ever not being lucid at any point in time. But there's literally forty minutes that seems like it's a minute long to me like I didn't I didn't gather any information or make any memories or or something. That's really weird gap. But I don't feel like gambling. I don't feel like I was asleep or anything like that. Did you order a Barbecue Chicken Pizza? I didn't and I didn't record any dumb Internet video with me Just gambling away or anything like that. No offense Gavin. I know you recorded one of those videos yourself funny because I had morphine in high school when I had my jaw surgery and I think I spent probably from seventeen until thirty trying to figure out how to hurt myself again in a way to get morphine like I attribute a lot of my dumb shenanigans to just wanting to hurt myself in a way that I could get like a month supply of Morphine Clinton because it was so they just not just pass that out. Everyone in the army. Didn't you get that while you were there? Wore like.
This Is Nothing We've Ever Seen Before
"A little bit about Puerto Rico. What's the situation? What what is it different? Is it a worse response? Is it try to give me. Give me an example. I'm just curious in your opinion Looking at it observing it. I know you've made appearances on Puerto Rican radio. You're on like right before me. This is why I wanted to. This is why I wanted you on because I heard what you said. So what's what do we know about Puerto Rico compared to the the rest of the United States response will can you say and also tell me a little bit about how? Cnc PR is trying to help inform people. Sure I'll I'll start by telling you I just got off the phone with David back nuts from CBS. Where I was. He was interviewing meow. Some statements that I made are calling for the resignation of the EPI. The Mula you still wish I felt has been consistently actually in since Hurricane Maria. She's being consistently ignoring data and just making statements that are just patently false and I feel like are putting the lives of people in Puerto Rico in danger so I got involved in importers. Well I got very involved in Puerto. Rico were mentioning like on the radio. Because I felt that they were public officials. Were not taking the crise seriously enough. And they were ignoring the science behind a lot of you know the public health decisions that other countries were making their responsible to regard will define it early on a was all the deficiencies of the US loss. And the loss is that for example when the federal government responded very anemic to the crisis. The these many states here in Connecticut for example the state of Connecticut. I know that Washington State did the same thing. California Massachusetts even. They essentially mounted their own responses. And they started hacking detest developing their own testing. They're in the institutions that they had and just trying to figure it out on their own very quickly realized that the federal government was behind. You Border Rico. There's like these blind trust on the federal government that somehow fell go and was gonna fix for them or they had those. Kinda like there. Were all these underlying assumptions about the test the role of the federal government on the role of Puerto Rico. Right so the assumptions. Sometimes we're like we got to the stats here. The only people that can do is the federal government and you might remember the very first test that were centrally city. See The the government claimed that they could get bike. The resulting twenty four to forty eight hour took. It took a week after week when David back because he was not who started calling to ask for what was going on with the test because they're not responding to leave only health officials from Puerto. Rico in what? I have seen what I consider the want of Donald Trump coming down to Puerto Rico to paper towels. I don't I don't see the response the equivalent of that which was that after a week the CDC said look. We don't have the as yet but it's because the information that came samples Wilson correctly entered. And I'm like you're not societies. That is really. That's like somebody throwing paper towels in your face. Because I'm like it doesn't take your frigging week to get back to me. Domino's implant information wrong right in an epidemic. Where people's lives are like this is such such a low priority quickly. I mean really. Bother me as a scientist answer. Puerto Rican and I started advocating. We have the resources we have the knowledge to be able to run these tests in Puerto. Rico we cannot rely on a federal government that he's just like not not responding in an agile way. Also overwhelmed right right now with this this crisis so recently. More recently as recently as like Yesterday governor actually Called Task Force of experts. I I Looked at the names of the task. Force I the people that I respect a lot Doctors and other people. I'm I'm happy to see those developments. The governor also close down the country which is a huge sacrifice for people Puerto Rico. But I think it's necessary. Yeah the bar that I think he's mesones that. I was having this interview with David before I was telling you is that. There's still some officials in the inherent many strange on like these Ibm Ula state. That I you know. I think our confusing people I think are not using facts advising her properly and also I think that they need more deployment of still. They're recognizing that they need this. They're starting to take it more seriously. But you know this is a race against time these epidemic on CNN. We got the sensory. And do you think. Puerto Rico has the capability to test. I mean given its medical I mean I know from you know just in my family. I have four doctors. I think the medical community and Puerto Rico has always been a very scientific. I think a very Admired and respected community. Even though doctors are leaving the island it seems more and more. Do you think right now from your from your perspective good. Puerto Rico developed the test and not wait for the federal government a hundred percent and we thought doubt without question. I think that and I think that based on my roles as a scientist as a member of the Puerto Rico. Science Technology draws doesn't member of CNC Three which you mentioned earlier. I consider myself an expert in Puerto Rico Scientific capacity and I can tell you categorically the answer to that question is yes. I can't explain it in one minute. Essentially to run this task unit. Four ingredients you need first technical expertise meaning the knowledge the experts that can run these. That's where the Regal has that. Yes the second thing that you need that it's really hard to get is the machinery the very specialized machines that will allow you to run. This is cullen. Rtp CRDC's a procedure. Done I'm well familiarize because he's a procedure that we run in my laboratory here in new haven and I we don't run it for clinical purposes. We'd run it for research purposes. But he's essentially the same proceeding right and does Puerto Rico half the machines to be able to run these tests. Yes the third thing that is really hard to get is certifications certification from the Department of Healthy Puerto Rico certification from the CDC on. Your running cleaning doesn't need to be certified Rico laboratories that have the certification with machines. Yes so then. The fourth element which is actually ironically the simplest one. We should be ingredients for the reaction and the ingredients for. They didn't understand what the ingredients of the free reaction change race on the virus. Right you can use these same diagnostic ingredients for SICA as you can use for. Danga's you can use for coroner buyers so you need to have them yet. They need to be like specific ingredients. And those re- what we call the reagents. Those are the ones that people are missing there. And that is the role of the Department of Healthy. Puerto Rico supply and they say we see so. What I've been advocating for is starting to happen now. It just took longer than I was hoping for. But I've been advocating please. We have the capacity. Let's cut the red tape and get these ingredients out to people literally laboratories that run these tests so that we can increase scale and capacity for testing so last question. When when do you think there is any semblance of progress? I know that's a very open question. What what are signs at least for people in the public? That could at least begin to reassure them. That you know the social distancing and all these measures Have had a good effect. Or how can we begin to tell that I mean I'm not trying to put you on the spot but go ahead sit question? Look I I like to be forward with these things like I. I'm not GonNa make these into a combined moment. They says the the crisis of the center interception on them as I mentioned before we are broadly months away months away from seeing the light at the end of the tunnel is going to get worse before it gets better. Our healthcare system might get overwhelmed people. She'll stay home. They should wash their stay. She'll stay safe. I'm not I'm not an alarmist. I'm just being very frank with information that I do and I think that the way that we're going to know we are seeing progress is when we see a government we see government officials with a very serious face not playing politics starting to give numbers numbers based on on data on numbers that are not in the hundreds of thousands of the cases. We start seeing maps of where these cases are showing. What are the false I of infection? And that's what we're GONNA know okay. These people know what they're talking about. This is like if you if you have a major hurricane coming on you know. He's hurricane has devastated other places on you know it's coming to the east coast for example and like you know you you see progress when actually you see officials are taking seriously on planning for it and you don't see progress when you have somebody like kind of like a blame to they. Resi and trump was had a press conference just to blame the state of the healthcare system previous administrations. I mean what? It's time to get serious. This is not our blame it on you know. Go into the trap of blaming migrants. Now I can't believe that the second the second migrants blaming yeah my wife. My wife is Chinese American. Her family's chinese-american she's on MD and that community right now whether dealing with is all the like racism that has been associated with these fighters by people saying that he's the virus or designees virus as viruses had nationalities. And not only that. She has to endure dad and then she has to go to clinic. Put her life on the line to be able to save people in this country. So I it's it's it's
The State of the Antimicrobial Arsenal
"The latest reports on the krona virus outbreak put the number of infections at nearly seventy five thousand and deaths at more than twenty one hundred against the backdrop of the outbreak. We spoke to Evan. Low Chairman of the Anti Microbial Working Group and CEO of Para Tek pharmaceuticals about the global changes that are fueling the threat of infectious disease outbreaks the state of the antimicrobial arsenal. And what needs to be done to spurred the development of new agents to combat the rise of deadly bugs? Evan thanks for joining us. Well Thank you Daniel Very excited to be here with you. We're going to talk about the anti microbial working group the state of the Anti Microbial Arsenal. And what we should make of the recent Wuhan Koran virus outbreak. Perhaps we can start there. I don't want to get into the specifics of the virus. But how does a virus like this emerge? Well you know it's one of those things where Situations where I think. At the end of the day nature always humbles us right in terms of our state of understanding of science and similar to ours and other Potential outbreak. Such as he bola as well is that I think we are still for some of these viruses Just now Trying to understand them and Once we understand them and then there's an opportunity to try to create a preventative vaccine And I think the challenge here is not only creating a preventative vaccine which could take years But also to develop atrovent Or adjunctive Therapeutics You may have seen the announcement today. Where BARDA EXPANDED THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH REGENERATION? Specific Look at potential. Antibodies to Treat the corona virus and in addition to that. I think Daniel as you know as you are an Aficionado of this antibiotic space and Infectious East space. That you understand that you know going back to the nineteen eighteen pandemic where they were Fifty million deaths worldwide. We know that half of those deaths occurred Primarily due to secondary bacterial infections primarily due to pneumonia and in the absence of antibiotics. You saw the the The mortality rate there as well so An important part of the treatment of endemic is not just the prevention related to antivirals. But it's also involved antibacterial In order to actually Deal with the secondary infections and more most commonly with Viral infections like corona virus or typically. It's antibiotics affective Against Pneumonia type of Infections there are a number of factors that are conspiring to increase the movement of infectious diseases from abols to Mana also making it easier to spread to populations throughout the globe with speed. What are some of those factors that are shaping the modern landscape of infectious disease? Well I think that I think in when you look broadly across infectious disease. I think that you know. An animal husbandry as you look at the use of antibiotics for the raising of cattle chicken swine etc You know I think those Settings are ones in which people worry about. Those antibiotics having similar mechanisms of action to antibiotics. We use today for humans to have cross resistance. developed and I think when you look at the SARS outbreak where there was a resonant host in an amicable civic and in other settings Where you have These viruses that reside in in Animal hosts that When they are ingested by humans sometimes they actually decide to jump from animals to humans and in this particular case Surprising to many folks is the fact that it's gone human to human and So far today. The infection The pace of infection has not seemed to extinguish yet. How well equipped are we'd respond to such outbreaks and is enough being done to monitor or contain them. Well I think that you know. China is being very aggressive currently and we hope there will be will be beneficial I think because of the attentional understanding today of their long of the long invasion period with this corona virus You know the horse may have gotten out of the barn here. You see many many cases across the globe They're having already and we're learning that it actually seem to be able to pass From human the human Quite Quite easily so when you think about preparedness which is what you're getting at with regards to pandemics or pandemic viral infections. I think it's one of those situations where you hope that you have what you need Stored somewhere and the United States takes that approach specifically with Our Strategic National Stockpile of antibiotics and potentially vaccines As well I think some of them have been aimed more towards prevention from bioterrorism perspective. But I know that the CDC has a very consistent and very large commitment to containment with regards to the treatment of Potential pandemic flu with their own strategic national stockpile as. Well I think that the cautionary no here is that what you may have read about With regards to some companies that have Devoted some of their spend experimental programs forward. Four Corona virus is gonNA take upwards of a year to identify potential vaccine. And then you have to be manufacturing distributed so it's not something as a prophylaxis that'll be readily available and we're still missing the therapeutic to be there so if you don't have it on the shelf can take years and years and years develop therapeutic and so I think from from a pandemic preparedness perspective. I do think that this is a Very much of a wake up call for all countries not just in the United States. And what role does diagnosis play in? All of this. How important is it to have proper diagnosis of these conditions? I think you've got you've got. You've got the therapeutic mean you've got the you know the prevention aspect with regards to vaccines right. Yeah very much so you need the diagnostics and the ability to use what's called Rtp CR polymerase chain reaction to identify the corona virus very very helpful The challenge though with the corona virus from a diagnostic standpoint is. I don't think that epidemiologist or ID physicians quite know yet Where the shedding event actually occurs for corona virus whether it happens early infection or whether it happens late in the affection and I think the shedding timing is really important to have effective quarantine as part of the Approach and then. Finally you also need as I said earlier. Adjunctive antibiotics to be able to deal with not primarily the viral induced. Newman itis inflammation of the loan. But what happens when you have that? Viral Newman itis or inflammation of lung. Is that you basically have compromised the normal protective layers in the lungs to keep bacteria from infecting the primary lung tissue. And that's where you do need adjunctive antibiotics on the shelf in your strategic national stockpile in order to be able to know in order to be able to deploy that on a timely basis in order to save lives and use the term shutting referred to the point at which the virus expands. That's right multiplies. And then it's Very much within your droplets. And your billy to actually communicate that through You Know Air Airborne droplets. That's right
US personal income undergoes first drop in over three years
"Twenty well for the first time in more than three years, personal income is down in the US. The Commerce Department this week reporting personal income slipped point one percent in January, and that is the first decline since November of two thousand fifteen and for more on the numbers and what's behind the downturn. Head to the KCBS ring central Newsline and talk with George no Chetty financial advisor with Morgan Stanley, George. Good to talk to you again. Good morning, John. How are you doing great? And maybe not as great as we could be point one percent down for personal income is that a big deal? Well, it's not a huge deal. Because because the fact that that are spending is is important in our consumption is important for the EP, but the number decreases is not great. So we're not too concerned about that. However RTP report came out on on Thursday, which is reported a gross domestic product of the whole United States for the whole year. And that came in at three point one percent, which is the largest spin since two thousand and eight and that's all driven by by by consumption and spending seventy five percent of GDP is based on consumer spending money. So it is important that wages increase. It is important that that that personal income increase in expenditures increase. Okay. So the first drop in personal income in more than three years. What? Specifically, do you believe caused it? Well, I think a lot of it has to do with with the fact that wages are not increasing as quickly as they should. It's just slightly above inflation. And what happens with that? Is that people don't have enough spendable income? And so I think we're really waiting to see in terms of how much take home pay people really had in two thousand eighteen because of the tax breaks. We're waiting for these tax refunds to come out. See people are going to get more money, and that'll help also to stimulate the economy. Going covert did the federal shutdown the partial government shutdown have anything at all to do with this. Well, it had a lot to do with consumer confidence a lot of people stop spending money. They put more into their savings. In fact, actually in March two thousand eighteen consumer confidence was at its highest and then slightly after that three months after that. We saw consumer confidence go down and this week on on Thursday the consume consumer confidence numbers went back up again. So that was actually a good sign because that will increase more spending and also more savings, Georgia's we know it doesn't take much to tip the scales. On Wall Street, these kinds of reports likely to create some kind of a snowball effect. Well, you know, we've had to really good months in the market. In fact, the Dow this this is the fastest takeoff. We've had since two thousand since since nineteen eighty seven to be quite Frank. Yeah. And the S and P five hundred has gone up very quickly. In fact, we're right now about twenty eight hundred on the S and P five hundred and that's Morgan Stanley's average case already in the year hasn't even ended yet. So we're at a pretty fast clip. And I think what's gonna happen here is after the first quarter of this year. We're going to start to see the earnings reports come out from big corporations because we're seeing a little less consumption less spending those numbers of be a little bit lower that might cause the market to go sideways on us down a little bit because you've had such a fast trajectory going up as we are heading into the meat of tax season. It might might cause people to spend a little less along the way. Right. It's ho- consumer confidence. If consumers are confident about the economy going forward. Like right now, there's a lot of exuberance. She seen the market go up probably faster than what our GPS really going up. And so when you when you have great consumer confidence, you see more spending. But as we start the earnings reports come out and information in the news about corporation's not having as much profitability that tends to cause people to to spend less competent, go down a little bit after that. All right, George. Thanks so much for the information. Appreciate the
"rtp" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Hi, I'm to RTP Hinson in my new movie what the one I could hear men's FOX on February eighth. Critics are calling. What men want a religiously funding? The must see comedy admissible the world amazing. Henson era. Bye, Tracy Morgan if you only knew what I was thinking right now. Trust me. We don't want know one. Seventeen hundred inherent in theaters February eighth. Frozen a nose start with Lowe's because at Lowe's pros can save on the fixtures. They need to get the job done building or renovating a bathroom. Now, you can get bath faucet. Starting at twenty You nine ninety think you know, Seinfeld? eight then Larry, David, finish and Jerry up Seinfeld. Toyland Didn't starting pitch a show at about eighty nothing. eight dollars. The real pitch for the Plus show was a sitcom what you need about online how meeting and pick gets it up his in material store. the show See about Lowes nothing for was pros just dot a joke com in for episode details. about the show So within pro the show. now that, The you pilot know, was filmed star at stage Whitlam's eight of Luca while supplies Coangas studios last selection the studios varies by location, where I love Lucy US the only. Dick Van Dyke show, and the golden girls were filmed and is currently the red digital cinema camera company studio in the pilot for Seinfeld. There was no Elaine character just a sassy waitress named Clair play by league Arlington, although the pilot didn't generate buzz some executives fought for the show while most people know that George Costanza was modeled after Larry David Jerry Seinfeld has a real life friend named Mike Costanza deferential didn't last long because Mike sue Jerry, Larry and NBC for one hundred million dollars, claiming invasion of privacy and defamation of character. The case was ultimately dismissed. Despite becoming a catchphrase Jerry only says Hello Newman, just sixteen times throughout the one hundred and eighty episodes of the finale aired on NBC on may fourteenth nineteen ninety eight. We had the latest movie and TV news on screencrush dot com. Hello. This is your wake-up call. Thank you have you on the phone. Did you know that with the Capital One venture card? You were an unlimited double miles on every purchase. Think about it. Unlimited double miles on everything you buy not just airline purchases a great deal. So I guess we should call. This your wakeup call from Capital One should have seen that coming. Speaking of which I should probably get back to work. Oh, of course. But before you go, can I ask what in your wallet capital? One bank. USAA? It's the ultimate.
Talking live webcasting, screencasting and desktop video encoding
"Fox, Sports and major broadcasters have used and continue to use the wire cast product to stream and produce their content. There's also a second piece that we have on the enterprise side. So Fox Sports, for example, they leveraged our light speed live enterprise class streaming in coder and capture product to augment their replay production capability at the World Cup. This last year we have actually a couple of areas that were very strong and light production. Let's focus on the wire cast side rather than the enterprise. I'd and before we talk about wire cast, it seems that live production falls into two sections. There's the production self with cameras and lights talent and audio. And then there's the distribution whether it's the broadcast or satellite or streaming one. Do you think that's a good economy and to where of the greatest change has been over the last few years? You're absolutely correct in the segment Haitian, I use an example. I went to a little school called Cal poly in central California on the coast. And I love Cal poly. And as I moved up here into the mountains of northern California. I couldn't get Cal poly football. Then I wanted to stay connected to my university because I just have an affinity for it. Why could I get Cal poly football as I got it at the video business. It became really clear there were two areas, and you've identified them exactly one is the cost of production to is the cost of distribution. So the equipment historically has been very expense. So there's a huge capital investment. And then there's an operating expense associated with it. So it takes people to run most of that equipment. So that's the production side on the distribution side. The historical distribution capabilities of cable and satellite have been prohibitive for business like hell poly to actually distribute their their content. What's gone on in the last few years is we now have tools that allow you to produce the content at substantially lower price points. In many cases, unattended live production is actually out there at this point. If that's if that's what you wanna do. Then there's also the distribution with over the top distribution is ubiquitous everybody's got a Netflix account or Hulu account or YouTube live or alive. Facebook live whatever there are now over one hundred streaming services out there. And now I. Can get my Cal poly football. In addition to Cal poly, wrestling, and swimming and baseball anything else that allows me to stay connected to my university. Just because of the technology capability that has driven down the cost of equipment cost production cost of distribution, many of us that are have been in production for awhile, very familiar with satellite distribution or broadcasters to bution, but what is an efficient workflow. What's like a checklist, we need to keep in mind. If we wanted to do live streaming the output of your production needs to get sent to the cloud. How do you do that? So usually there's an in code or that takes a it's either embedded into the software or hardware, or you take an STI input, and you're going to which is the base band out. But that would be normal distribution anyone code that into an RTP stream or in our team stream. That's the general accepted practice that. Stream needs to be sent up to a cloud provider to either a CD in that you have contacted with or another platform such as Facebook live or Vinnie alive that allows you to do the distribution that you could lie your customers to dial into so the hook between the production and the distribution really amounts technologically to quite simply a good in coded RTP stream that will do it for you. You mentioned the content deliver network. The CD had the great pleasure of working with wire cost a couple years ago when I was working out of my video studio, and the very first livestream that we did I didn't know that CDN's existed. And so I had people attaching directly to my wire cast output, and that didn't work very well. How do we pick a content delivery network? What what questions should we ask? Where do you customers? Want to go over the content. It really varies. So for example, there's a company there's a. Broadcast company called Meredith which is holds a bunch of local broadcast stations. Meredith broadcasting stations in they've purchased wire cast gear, which is a wire Kassof. We're on a reconfigured computer that we sell that. They've decided that their audience watches late breaking news through Facebook and Facebook live so what they wanted to be able to do was to send their late breaking news to Facebook. So that's where they pointed wire cast too. But if you pull down the list of wire cast destinations there is boy, there's are a lot of destinations take Sunday, for example. So let's say a lot of your customers may wanna be Sunday churchgoers, and they wanna watch the local worship service, and they're not not not able to attend. There are other CDN such as shrimp. Dot TV and streaming church dot TV that provide the
"rtp" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Five sixty K SFO. The bonus show. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye so your question. All right. So we were talking earlier this week about the straight ticket voting. But but really the difference in the polls in the gubernatorial race in Texas, Greg Abbott with a really strong lead. That's not even close twenty plus points ahead of Lupe Valdez, the the candidate for the democrat Democratic Party the difference between that and the in the Senate race with Ted Cruz Umberto award. You you plight a theory here. And I think it's pretty sound theory that that on straight ticket voting, which is ironic because this is the last major election that in Texas will be able to vote straight ticket that that'll be done as of September two twenty twenty. You will not be able to vote straight ticket. But will there be a benefit a bump in the numbers of difference that we'll see if Ted Cruz is to win? And I think this theory does apply to either party if there is a very strong candidate in a in a strong position on that ballot that they benefit from the weight of that candidate in this case, Greg Abbott, and Texas, and that applies to Democrats in blue states or other areas. So. Will you see that though I play out, and I would love to be able to measure, I guess measure that when you look back at the polls if you can measure it because you would require a pollster to do that that work to see people voted straight ticket in the case. Ted Cruz imagine that people show up because of the strong position by governor abbot running for reelection and his lead that Ted Cruz benefits a few points that aren't that. And those points aren't showing up right now because I don't know how you you. I don't know how you measure that. But I do think it does have an effect, especially when you have somebody who's so major on the ticket like a governor who has such a huge lead. I would think that that has to give a couple of points to another Senator that is as well known, especially when you've got commercials running out. You know, running tying them both together. Yeah. And I, but I don't know how you measure that. Now, the, you know, the polls, you know, you had that pull the came out yesterday. Emerson pulled it said showed that that cruises just up by three. And so you see it's really tightening now. Yeah. But the poll before was he was up by ten. I there's always the outliers in a poll. I don't think that one poll gives you an indication of of where it's going, especially when you have you know, you look at the last polls for. For for Kerr's, eight seven six five plus ten plus three, and you see that plus three the, you know, the the couple of days after the plus ten is it actually moving that quickly. Now when you look at it crews still hits fifty percent. Aurora is at forty seven others, you know, forty six when he had five he's been a forty five and and and forty six. Might be tightening. It it might be might it. Not be tightening. Yeah. But when you see that overall, the real clear politics average over the last month curses up by six and six and a half and even in that Emerson polcy his fifty. Yes, as I. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So so I think it's important to point out that he has been at fifty or above on all the polls during October while at the beginning of October since the beginning of October. So now about a month. So if you look at if you look at it, and I'm going to get the RTP for. I don't have here in front of me. But to the RTP average for Greg Abbott has to be at twenty right now. Right. That's it. If you look at it that that's almost a fourteen point difference between major Republicans in the state of Texas. I have to believe that how you have so many because that means there's a ton of Republicans out there that claim to the polls are going to vote for Abbott, but aren't gonna vote for Ted Cruz spread on the average on the RTP average for Abbott is plus seventeen point nine. That's average. Okay. I reside said twenty s I saw the last poets was twenty six and I figured that might boost. All right. So you still have an eleven point different side the way the Emerson has Abbott plus eight okay. Sorry. So. I'm sorry. But that race is tightening. Yes to that. I did not. I did not see the Emerson at eight then calls into question. I think their methodology. Yes. Because in the same people the same questions on it. Right. So you have to look at their sampling. I think in their methodology in that particular poll, what might make that difference? Okay. So we're going to add something new to the election cycle here. And see if this has any bearing watching this over the last thirty minutes or so, but Trump has officially announced cabinet members. Now CNN and Bloomberg and others reporting this he's officially asked cabinet members to work out a trade deal with China. This happened over the last hour. This report has been evolving, and and we knew that with his conversation on Thursday. With Xi Jinping that that there was something moving that. There was some kind of positive movement. Most people were following that on Thursday that it might be headed in that direction and a few days before the election. If you think there's a deal to be made this is what you're gonna do. Right. And you can say, well, it's only political. Well, it's it's a lot of pressure political or otherwise there's a lot of pressure on the economic numbers. We're gonna see some some more numbers hit on Friday morning. So there will be a push essentially to get out to what those farmers especially in the midwest. Those manufacturers that have been hurting those industries that have been hurting. And that's that's the question can this in the last few days here help in those states. If if they indeed if the the the the the trade situation with trying to. Is impacting those numbers in the first place, which I suspect that it is. I think that's why the president made the ethanol move which really wasn't a move wasn't a mandate. I think that's why he went to Iowa. I think he's seeing in the corn belt some of those numbers softening for Republicans that he's going to need and and you're talking about their livelihood. We can have the debate on you know, on a number of things here. But fact of the matter is if it's an impact on the election. It's going to be very it's going to be known, and you and I suspected that getting into November December sometime by the end of the year that we would likely hear something on a trade deal. He sees he sees the same numbers that we see. Yes. And and I'm sure that Larry cudlow. You know, is is telling him, look, you know, with with everything that you've got going here doesn't help the economy. It hurts it right? And you know, you may not be able to depend on the tech sector anymore. And so you've got to look at it. And you know, as we talked about NAFTA two point zero because nobody calls it anything else. Right. Yeah. And and we set it there really wasn't much difference in NAFTA two point. Oh as to NAFTA one point. Oh. The only difference that the president promoted on the new NAFTA was that automobiles will be more expensive to buy in the United States, Canada and Mexico. He didn't say that. But that's the result of what he promoted look what I got on the automobiles and everyone every economist, I think looked at it conservative too. And said, we'll all you're doing is increasing the cost a building cars in the United States, Canada, and Mexico that's gonna make it harder to make cars in the United States and ship them overseas. Which is exactly what you want. And we have said the president has been all over the map on trade, which gave us the indication that he really didn't know what to do on it. And eventually gets to the point of once. He sees the economy going. All right. Just get a deal done. But ninety eight percent. Of NAFTA to is exactly the same as NAFTA one. You're not gonna see a huge decrease at at all in our trade deficit whatsoever. And when you saw I think this might have been a concern. I thought about this yesterday. You didn't I didn't talk about it. Or the Chinese dollar was softening right and the American dollars getting stronger. Yeah. What does that mean? It's even cheaper to buy Chinese products. Even if you put tariffs on them. And the fact is in the weakening of the China economy. That's the whole thing that we're not independent of any other of any other countries, if China hurts we heard it's like when we've talked about here, if Texas is doing great and California's doing terrible that means Texas isn't doing as good as Texas could do because we do business with California. We want bad economy for any trade partner, any trade partners going to is going to hurt because that means they're going to buy fewer things from you. Right. And we've seen that we've seen that all across the globe over the years that that's just the dynamics of trade you add to the unemployment report on Friday. The the which is going to happen what fear and less than less than seven hours. We're going to see the unemployment report for non-farm payroll for for October. The prediction of somewhere around one hundred ninety thousand that's strong holding strong at three point seven most predict unemployment, which means that it's fueling the fire for the fed, of course, because of inflation a strong economy, they expect more inflation, which means the feds gonna act, you know, or at least stand their ground on interest rates and not reconsider and you win win that comes in to effect. It will affect the market possibly. We'll see. What happens we watch you know on on? We've we've already we've often stated the, you know, the the to have a long. Term trade war with China. As we listen to show for the long time would just devastate the United States economy, right? It's been now almost a month. And now the president saying, okay, let's draft a possible trade deal with which let's let's get this thing done. Right. And I think it'll be the same thing as you'll see they're not going to be much difference from what we saw with likely enough after. Yeah. Likely nothing. I mean, you know, you had some proprietary deals come out on on Thursday. The government going after China, you know, stealing some intellectual property. Is the claim? And by the way, that's been the claim for a number of years. China's been stealing intellectual property they're not playing by the rules with that has to be done that has to be the United States had had a unique position had a unique opportunity to to go up against China without involving any of the other trade partners in terms of tariffs instead bringing them to the table with us to say, we're going to put the pressure on you China. The rest of the world is with us. You you have to stop stealing intellectual property and the World Trade Organization, but more importantly, our trade partners are going to hold you to that rule..
"rtp" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You you apply to theory here. And I think it's pretty sound theory that that on straight ticket voting, which is ironic because this is the last major election that in Texas will be able to vote straight ticket that that'll be done as of September of two twenty twenty. You will not be able to vote straight ticket. But will there be a benefit a a bomb in the numbers of difference that we'll see if Ted Cruz is to win. And I think this theory does apply to either party if there is a very strong candidate in a in a strong position on that ballot that they benefit from the weight of that candidate in this case, Greg Abbott in Texas, and that applies Democrats and blue states or other areas. So will you see that though? I play out, and I would love to be able to measure, I guess measure that when you look back at the polls. I don't know if you can measure it because it would require a pollster to do that that work to see people voted straight ticket in the case of Ted Cruz. Imagine that people show up because of the strong position by governor abbot running for reelection and his lead that Ted Cruz benefits. If you points that aren't the and those points aren't showing up right now because I don't know how you you. I don't know how you measure that. But I do think it does have an effect, especially when you have somebody who's so major on the ticket like a governor who has such a huge lead. I would think that that has to give a couple of points to another Senator that is as well known, especially when you've got commercials running out running tying them both together. Yeah. And but I don't know how you measure that. Now, the, you know, the polls, you know, you had that poll the came out yesterday. Emerson pulled that showed that that cruises just up by three. And so you see it's really tightening. Now the poll before was he was up by ten. There's always the outliers in a poll. I don't think that one poll gives you an indication of of where it's going, especially when you have you know, you look at the last polls for. Burke for cruise eight seven six five plus ten plus three, and you see that plus three the, you know, the the couple of days after the plus ten is it actually moving that quickly. Now when you look at it crews still hits fifty percent. Aurora is at forty seven others. He's been you know, Forty-six when he had five he's been forty five and and and forty six. Might it be tightening? It it might be might not be tightening. Yeah. But when you see that overall, the real clear politics average over the last month curses up by six and six and a half and even in that Emerson polcy his fifty. Yes, as I. Yeah. So so I think it's important to point out that he has been at fifty or above all the polls during October while at the beginning of October since the beginning of October. So now about a month. So if you look at if you look at it, and I'm going to get the RTP for. I don't have here in front of me. But I bet to the RTP average for Greg Abbott has to be at twenty right now. Right. That's it. If you look at it. That's almost a fourteen point difference between major Republicans in the state of Texas. I have to believe that how you have so many because that means there's a ton of Republicans out there. The claim to the polls are going to vote for Abbott, but aren't gonna vote for Ted Cruz. The spread on the average on the RTP average for Abbott is plus seventeen point nine average. Okay. I resigned said twenty s I saw the last poets was twenty six and I figured that. All right. So you still have an eleven point different side the way the Emerson has Abbott plus eight okay. Sorry. I'm sorry. But that race is not tightening. Yes for that. I did not. I did not see the Emerson at eight which then calls into question. I think their methodology. Yes. Because arrests in the same people the same questions on it. Right. So you have to look at their sampling. I think in their methodology. In that particular poll on what might make that difference? Okay. So we're going to add something new to the election cycle here. And see if this has any bearing watching this over the last thirty minutes or so, but Trump has officially announced cabinet members. Now CNN and Bloomberg and others reporting. This is officially asked cabinet members to work out a trade deal with China. This happened over the last hour. This report has been involved in. And we knew that with his conversation on Thursday. With Jean ping that that there was something moving that. There was some kind of positive movement. Most people were following that on Thursday that it might be headed in that direction and a few days before the election. If you think there's a deal to be made this is what you're gonna do. Right. And you can say, well, it's only political. Well, it's it's a lot of pressure political or otherwise there's a lot of pressure on the economic numbers. We're going to see some some more numbers hit on Friday morning. So there will be a push essentially to get out to what those farmers especially in the midwest. Those manufacturers that have been hurting those industries that have been hurting. And that's that's the question can this in the last few days here. Help in those states. If if they indeed if the the the the trade situation, China is impacting those numbers in the first place, which I suspect that it is. I think that's why the president made the ethanol move which really wasn't a move. I wasn't a mandate. I think that's why he went to Iowa. I think he's seeing in the corn belt some of those numbers softening for Republicans that he's going to need and and you're talking about their livelihood. We can have the debate on you know, on a number of things here. But fact, that the matter is if it's an impact on the election. It's going to be it's going to be known, and you and I suspected that getting into November December sometime by the end of the year that we would likely hear something on trade. He sees he sees the same numbers that we see. Yes. And I'm sure that Larry cudlow. You know, is is telling him, look, you know, with with everything that you've got going here doesn't help the economy. It hurts it right? And you know, you may not be able to depend on the tech sector anymore. And so you've got to look at it. And you know, as we talked about NAFTA two point zero because nobody calls it anything else. Right. Yeah. And we set it there really wasn't much difference in NAFTA two point. Oh as to NAFTA one point. Oh. The only difference that the president promoted on the NAFTA was that automobiles would be more expensive to buy in the United States, Canada and Mexico. He didn't say that. But that's the result of what he promoted look, I got on the automobiles and everyone every economist I think looked at it conservative to and said, well, all you're doing is increasing the cost of building cars in the United States, Canada, and Mexico that's gonna make it harder to make cars in the United States and ship them overseas. Which is exactly what you want. And we have said the president is all over the map on trade, which gave us the indication that he really didn't know what to do on it. And eventually gets to the point of once. He sees the economy going. All right. Just get a deal done. But ninety eight percent. Of NAFTA to is exactly the same as NAFTA one. You're not going to see a huge decrease at at all in our trade deficit whatsoever. And when you saw I think this might have been a concern. I thought about this the other day union. I didn't talk about it. Or the Chinese dollar was softening right? And the American dollars getting stronger. What does that mean, it's even cheaper to buy Chinese products? Even if you put tariffs on them. And the fact is in the weakening of the China Academy. That's the whole thing that we're not independent of any other con of any other countries, if China hurts we heard it's like when we've talked about here, if Texas is doing great and California's doing terrible that means Texas isn't doing as good as Texas could do because we do business with California. We want bad economy for any trade partner. Any trade party is going to is going to hurt because that means they're going to buy fewer things from you. Right. And we've seen we've seen that all across the globe over the years. That's just the dynamics of trade you add to it. The unemployment report on Friday, the which is going to happen what fear and less than less than seven hours. We're going to see the unemployment report for non-farm payroll for for October. The prediction is somewhere around one hundred ninety thousand that's strong holding strong at three point seven most predict unemployment which means that it's fueling the fire for the fad, of course, because of inflation a strong economy, they expect more inflation, which means the Fed's gonna act or at least standard round on interest rates and not reconsider and you win win that comes in to effect. It will affect the market possibly. We'll see. What happens we watch it on? We've already we've often stated the, you know, the to have a long. Term trade war with China as we listen to show for a long time would just devastate the United States economy. It's been now almost a month. And now the president saying, okay, let's drop a possible trade deal with which let's let's get this thing done. Right. And I think it'll be the same thing as you'll see they're not going to be much difference from what we saw with a likely Nevada likely nothing. I mean, you know, you had some proprietary deals come out. On on Thursday, the government going after China. Stealing some intellectual property. Is the claim? And by the way, that's been the claim for a number of years. China's been stealing intellectual property they're not playing by the rules. But that has to be done that has to be the United States had had a unique position had a unique opportunity to to go up against China without involving any of the other trade partners in terms of terrorists. Instead bringing them to the table with us to say, we're going to put the pressure on China. The rest of the world is with us. You do have to stop stealing intellectual property and the World Trade Organization, but more importantly, our trade partners going to hold you to that rule. And and so I guess I guess we'll see. But the other side of the political side of of those unemployment numbers got unemployment numbers on Friday is the win that keeps happening on the economy with the American people, you know, you talk about the people going to work, and and and companies not being able to find enough employees. That's an issue. That's that's one of those good problems for the worker. That's out there showing up every day because it means people are competing for them. Eight six six ninety redeye. Like.
"rtp" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Radio five sixteen k SFO. Show for everyone. Including those living in a delusional world Red Eye. Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye in were on vacation next week when we come back to two weeks. Yeah. Yeah. We're down to we'll be right at the two week Mark, which means early voting will be starting in places. And yeah, you know, you and by the way, our friend. Rick Roberts will be here all week next week to have great conversations with you. And then we'll be back a week from Monday. But the. The polls. If you start looking at the polls, and you know, the the numbers in the house. I mean, I'm I'm I it's. It really really really really. I mean, you know, going over, you know, hundreds of polls there are some that. Are you know, going to be blue would no doubt? There are some that are going to be read the thirty two RTP has thirty two essentially, you know, that are in the middle undecided. Basically just yet it doesn't show. The polls are neck and neck and does end. Did you see some of the amounts of the undecided? You're talking ten eleven percent. And that's a big deal. It is. And and the pollsters aren't. As active in the house seats as as they are for the Senate seats. They will start seeing that. But we haven't seen any polls post Cavanaugh. We don't make predictions. But if you if you if you look at the number of tossups as they call them on on our C P, that's thirty two. The the polls in those areas, you know, in those thirty two districts. Are really going to start gelling things or showing something here. Probably by the time. You get back a week from Monday. When when I started thinking about somebody who's undecided today and again in a congressional race. Who knows but all I'm thinking is that if you've got ten to twelve percent that are undecided. It means or not driven by Trump hatred or Trump love, right? Right. It's not either of that that's driving them. So what is it? That is what is it that is driving? The you know that you know, that independent in that particular district, and we're never going to get the specific polls polling on that. Let's pull the independence in this congressional district to find out why they are undecided, and what would change their vote. Right. Would it be? If their local congressman came out and said, everything is free. But by this time they've already seen a ton of political commercials. So what is it that would push them over the edge to vote a certain way, especially if they're likely voters, which means in all likelihood they're going to vote, but they're still undecided at this moment. What is it? It's gotta be an issue that huge, right? Yep. And what's the hugest? This is you over the lead. The biggest issue over the last couple of weeks. It will be Cavanaugh. I don't know if there will be a bigger issue that that will come out in the in the next few weeks. In popular culture that will reach everybody Kanye west. I'm sorry. Just throw that out. I just I don't know the the the president. The president tweeting and the president coming out with outrageous comments. To me doesn't drive anything anymore. I don't I don't think it. I don't think it. Inflames anybody new or pleases? Anybody new? It's going to inflame the same people, and it's gonna make the people that love when he when he does that still love him. But it's not gonna change. What's it think about it who in this day and age how can tend to twelve percent possibly be undecided and depth and most definitely be going to the polls in November? Yeah. It's really interesting. When you think about that? Here's something else. Interesting looking at the end, it's just one small indicator. It's a small movement. But I find it interesting looking at our CPI and the map for the house race or the house races. So Republicans took one from the Democrats. I haven't figured out which one it is. But it was at two five Democrats in other words, likely very likely Democrats and one ninety eight for Republicans. It's now two four for Democrats won ninety nine for Republicans and the center of the tossup district's still remains at thirty to thirty two. Yes. I would love to see which district that was that that that that shifted and I and again, not from tossup. But from the Democrats, so I'll go back and look at it. I I have no idea, but it is interesting. So you, but you do look at those thirty to keep in mind to eighteen is the number the magic number for majority. Right. So right now. Only nineteen of those thirty two need to go for the Republicans. But even fewer fourteen only need to go for the Democrats. So it will be interesting to watch those house races. As we start seeing the polls, and we and we will more and more in the coming weeks. That's going to be the I think by the time we get back a week from Monday things will start shaping up because those undecideds more and more of them will start making up their mind, and that that's where shift happens, and what is the impact of the capital and that entire thing. Emily me. And my look at the P, for example, Montana isn't a toss up state with tester, you know, up the last one was done nine twenty two which had tester up for the one before. And with the margin for three point seven and the one before that was tester up just to why isn't that a toss up state? Why is that definitely on the on the Senate race? Yeah. Right. And and so my point is though. Yeah. Is the legitimacy of the RTP average if they're going by polls. And there are so very there are a lot fewer poles when you talk about a lot of the congressional races out there. Well, and. I guess historically Kenner shift happen with if you look at the margin of error on the on the polls that were done. Now, the recent polls that were done in that race. The the, you know tester up by by four and the gravitas a margin of error is three point seven. So that you know, that right there could be neck and neck are they calling a toss up because of the fact that you know, it's still too close to the margin of error once it's not a tossup. That's my point. My point is it's ours. Ep has it has definitely blue. On my map is still showing great. It's just when gray. I get when it just went gray. I thanks to the staff at our P for listening throughout. Away of what happened just went? It just went gray. All right. I apologize. Yeah. I don't know if it updated it and what I had was from a week ago or something. But it just went great now my tiny brain asked myself. Okay. No wonder am I looking at the right Montana. Well, and the look the when you're pause and all of a sudden it updates at heads gray in front of me. Because Arezzo wasn't gray before era. Arizona was like blue with slashes or what men secretly favouring blues. And I was gonna ask that next because amac Sally. And all of a sudden, boom that appears in that comes up is great. Yeah. Because Mick Sally. There's been a huge swing there. Okay. In recent polls going from all right? I'm marie. A cinema and now she's plus six that's a huge swing. Different pollster. But it is a it's it's a pretty big swings. So, and it is a it's a different the pollster, in fact, okay? I know what I was looking at I had the one that said there's the RTP Senate map and the one next week is the Senate, no tossup. Okay. They don't include any tossup Senate was okay? If you click that that's an I thought that was their general analysis. All right. It makes sense now because I was like, wait. How can you call me? I'll can't Montana not be a toss up at this point. Right. All right question answered. Oh, by the way, at the wrong map out the the New York Times Sienna poll this live pull that continues. Basically, you know, for days up until the election, actually, look at Tennessee. Blackburn now on the days. Ten eight to ten eleven Blackburn now ahead by fourteen. Would you say was a political that did the article on Bredesen's and his volunteers right furious? The fact that he said he would have endorsed Cavanaugh. Well, something's happening there. Yeah. I mean, you see medicine in the CNN poll going back to between nine eleven and nine fifteen of likely voters and Bredesen's was up five. But all these the polls the recent polls from last week and this week show Blackburn leading but the New York Times poll. Ten eight to ten eleven the New York Times. Hannibal fourteen point lead. For the Republican, Marsha Blackburn. That's massive front in a month. That is a nineteen point swing. Yeah. That's huge decker is huge. Are your calls and comments coming up eight six six ninety.
"rtp" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast
"I think we see this elect with with with some of the the right term is the managed service providers for things like point of sale, terminals gas pumps in many other things where they the provider comes in drops a server at the gas station or at the store, or what have you been plugged into the internet in the us RTP to connect to it? I, I was in an office building recently in the the head, one of those kind of self checkout cafeteria things right ahead. A kiosk in the it was the kiosk was very clearly managed by RTP and I don't. I don't have any particular insight on whether that was a bad thing or or not, but in that in that case. But like I think this is a really common. Issue aren't EPA's incredibly useful. Twitter. Absolutely. So I think it's more matter if using miserly securing it, has opposed to sing, don't use it. I remember reading an article on motherboard regarding a top voting machine bender who admitted to installing remote x software on their machines. Hey, you gotta get into you. Gotta get into manage it and get the votes off the machine. And you know when when when when the brakes or something like you don't wanna have to dispatch a person to the site. If you can just log in remotely in and do whatever is needed to fix it. So they, they offer the DA chess and US cert offer some in the icy, three offer some recommendations. You know things like moving RTP to a different port. But you know, realistically that's a that's limited. Tilleke. Well, it is, but at the same time you can't. You can't easily get it by just running showed inquiry, right? So I mean it it incrementally elevates the complexity, but doesn't change in the fundamentals, very, very thin layer of the onion, you know, not exposing RTP service to the internet is probably the the most important recommendation they make. But that's a hard thing to do, especially as is our environments become more and more federated out to different cloud providers like you had said, and moving to quote unquote, zero trust model, right? We're going to have the sorts of things, right? So that it becomes a hardening them. Yeah. So one of the one of the things that you know an by the way I, I, I kind of reject the notion that RDP in as your trust model should be opened everywhere. You know, like I. I know that there are some militant zero trust Purus who think that you know there shouldn't. We shouldn't rely network pet controls at all, and I'm not sure that's a winning strategy. You know, but we gotta find the right balance. One of the things that I've you know, I think is appropriate is to is to try to draw a box around your environment and then do your own shoting query right? Figure out for yourself. You should not have any of this stuff exposed to the internet. Right? But you're not gonna know if you're not scanning for it or do something like, you know, poured knocking renew something that opens it up temporarily for the future, this fine. I mean, they've all sorts of options. Right? Right. Just wide open all day long for anybody pound on. Exactly. They recommend using strong passwords, multifactoral indication that hopefully you know, pretty apparent obvious enabling account lockout policies. By the way. The one thing that that I see. Actually, I should say, I don't see which I really hope to see is not only account lockouts, but being notified that an account has been locked out. Turn. Here's the thing about account lockout policies if the Senate Senate Etta good numbers. So for example, should be three five, but not twenty four. Or infinite. True, but I have a auto timeouts. They'll be used against him. Yeah. So that's the, that's the key right there more. Get clever in Lockton. IP. Yes, depending on on what your capabilities are. Correct. Because otherwise, you know, somebody could just keep you from access stuff. It's an effective denial service. If you just if you just like lack account out after five tries, whatever, like you can go in lockout all the domain admits..
"rtp" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"So here's the good news for Luke Walton. He gets to coach LeBron James, the bad news, he better win. Now, Bleacher report put Walton on their list of five coaches that are on the hot seat going into next season. They write quote, two summers back. He was a quick rising assistant tasked with steering the franchise through a youth movement. Now he must already prove he's a championship caliber coach joined by EVA's one NBA analysts, even Jackson Stephen, I want your take. I should Luke Walton RTP on the hot seat to me us on high z. when he first state to me. I mean, anybody would love to be in a position than the wall was ending Golden State. Are you gonna do stand up act like pointing. Keeping these guys together and win a championship. I mean, the team that they had anybody in the world Costa team. Let me say this. 'cause I don't want to seem like I'm killing Luke's great guy. One of the I've never played with him a plan against him was one of the most professional guys I played against was never a negative guy. You know, he competed all the time and he has a high basketball view. But when you coach and guys like Rondo when you coaching guys like glance thieves and when you guys like the best player ever in the Bron James, I don't think he's the guy for it because I don't think he has the respect of other guys and he doesn't. I don't think he has the is not a word is that to be able to control these guys and keep these guys going in the right direction. I really think that Rondo and LeBron we'll be coaching his team and we'll and we'll be leading this team more than Luke wall. Nothing. He's definitely a high sea because they need them more vocal guy and the more experienced guiding their role. He's on the hot seat for the simple fact skip. This is your three one twenty..
"rtp" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast
"Prime Minister Li stolen in Singapore's worst cyber attack. And there's actually no real details about what actually happened other than the data wasn't altered in. Apparently allegedly the. The prime minister himself was. I guess a target of interest of the adversaries, but I thought the response to this was pretty interesting. The sing health blocked internet access for all of its twenty eight thousand workers. Apparently other healthcare institutions in Singapore are doing the same. So that was. Interesting reaction. Yeah, about the only detail the game is at somebody's workstation was was breached, and that's how they pivoted into a database. And so I guess they felt that this was somehow. Some sort of browsing or or or issue, but known the hatches. So so anyway, it's. -ssume that this was part of their their response plan to implement that kind of control. But. You know, in some respects, I'm often frustrated when I see things like this because it feels like. Feels like trying to paint the barn after it's burnt down. Yeah, other words turning off Brazil, not access because because one one box popped. Well, I mean, if they, they clearly haven't told us what's going on, I'm assuming. No, I'm sure they know what the compromise route was. And maybe this is their way of triaging while they get key patches out or something. I don't know plugged the hole in the dam while you shored up kind of thing. I wish we it's more detail it is. I mean, it does feel like a pretty brute force response, but the probably affected. All right. So moving onto our next story. This comes from bake info security dot com. And the titles Labcorp still recovering from ransomware attack. When I, I read this, I thought, gosh to Labcorp guate- business. No. In fact, that was lab MD not let yes, yes. So so Labcorp is is still alive and well, they are. I think. The US is largest medical. Testing provider in. So they filed a special k with the US Securities Exchange Commission, citing that they had detected suspicious activity on their networks, the weekend of July fourteenth. They didn't specify, but but apparently some inside sources of the reporter here at Labcorp indicated that this was. Apparently a Sam Sam attack that was delivered via drum roll, please in RTP attack. So brute force on internet exposed RTP server in. And then the attacker used that to push the Maur to quote thousands of systems in several hundred production servers. So I was healthy. Yeah, I wanna just take this time and say, please, please, please, please, please, please, please. Please do not expose already p like that through the internet. Please. Right. So based on that population count that was compromised, I've got us that some democratize robbed, admin credentials and that allowed the, the spread it's. Pretty clear. That's exactly what would happen. So backing up on the story just a bit for those who may not know what an eight k. form is kind of interesting and it is telling so for a public company in US it's it's used to notify investors of types of events that might be important shareholders that would have a material impact on the company's potential earnings and other issues. So it's, it's basically something big happened. We need to tell you about it, which is scary right in its. It's at honestly, sometimes that's how we find out about these things is when they're forced to file these forms or when their annual or quarterly stuff comes out, they have to disclose their, and that is often how we find out about some of these big breaches is through the public filings after for their public stock in in in all, say that. In probably the last two or three years. The SEC is a bunch of sabre-rattling towards public companies in the US basically warning them that they, they really need to disclose when an event like this happens in. I think they even find they love to find. I remember the the amount earlier this year I think it was against Yahoo for their failure to disclose the breach in a timely manner. So so yeah. You're right..
A woman felt electric shocks in her legs after a parasite invaded her spine
"Of intermittent discomfort in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen he lived in a rural area of morocco and had occasional contact with dogs the physical examination revealed paddle medically with a palpable hypnotic mass ultrasonography and c t of the abdomen revealed a large cyst in the right lobe of the liver containing hydrated membranes and daughter vesicles an enzyme linked immunise orbit assay indicated an anti kinnock arcus i g g antibody index of sixteen point seven in the patient's blood highlighted disease is caused by the akina cox tapeworm dogs are the definitive host the infection is transmitted when eggs shed in their stool are ingested by humans or other animals the patient underwent lab arado me during which the cysts were removed in their entirety with no spillage of their contents akin akaka strenuous was detected a follow up ultrasound examination two months after surgery showed no sign of recurrence a thirty five year old woman presented to the emergency department with weakness a feeling of electric shocks in both legs and repeated falls she reported that the symptoms had been progressing and she noted that she had had difficulty riding her horse for the preceding three months she lived in france owned a pet cat and had contact with cattle physical examination revealed impaired sensation in both legs and weak foot flexing mri of the spine revealed a lobby lated lesion of the ninth thoracic vertebra with an epidurals component surgical treatment involved post earier corporate demy of the ninth ceramic vertebra osteo synthesis of the seventh through eleventh through vertebrae and removal of the epidurals lesion pathological testing revealed cystic can akaka says hi to doses and rtp cr essay identified a kinnock's granular kennecott focus is a parasitic sess towed that can infect dogs and other pets and farm animals with humans as incidental hosts infection can cause cystic lesions in the liver and lungs and also in the central nervous system and bones in addition to surgery this patient was treated with the anti parasitic medication alabama's all at follow up nine months after presentation the patient had no residual symptoms or sign of recurrence this concludes the summary of the july twelfth issue of the new england journal of medicine let us know what you think about our audio summaries any comments or suggestions may be sent to audio at any jm dot org thank you for listening.
"rtp" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"Writers with fish so he's probably about a third of their catalog and he's friends with qatar player singer train estacio so he's also our master on her cyrus along with this gentleman rtp was another podcast and we had them on a show and they're very well versed in beer so it was nice meeting the new been able to come in and have you ever had really oh the show somebody something i have a beer for you that was pretty big of you richard that's what she says there you go i got it in i've been waiting for a show and a half to just try and get a lot to do that to do it i was a little bit well not a little bit i was a lot slow rob really works hard for a living like all of us guess what guy edit that space out so one of the other things that's happened here in south jersey we've had a crazy thing with these whole guilt words guild wars and you know a long time ago in south jersey one brewers guild in new jersey there was guilt now there's too and i think that there's been a switch in how things work here in new jersey as a whole with breweries and a lot of people really worried brewery owners people that are make their living off the breweries we had an early this year and we've talked about it a little bit and i'm not going to get real political here but i think it's a big story that we need to talk about we had the brewers guild of new jersey form from the new jersey association so there was one big associates new jersey association in new jersey which was the new jersey association at one point i think it was garden state but it was the gill the sociation new jersey the lobbyist organization that everybody became a part of and as the burr as you know or if you don't know new jersey the laws here for the berries in new jersey are as such so if you're from out of state or not from new jersey we're going to enlighten you for a couple of things so what's the first thing they do when you go to a brewery at or new jersey you have to take it so you do have to the tour is kind of has a definition of what needs to be done but here are the ways that towards her done gimme away a tourist on vic there's a mass ton there's a boil kettle mashed on boil kettle fermenters bang there's a talk at metaphor first aniversary one of the beer tenders their griff was went up on things that this is your tower and he basically gave everyone a tour within like one or two minutes on their you know when i was a doctorate a couple of week couple of weeks ago they were doing toward they normally don't do tours on sundays trump to right doctrines and in west philly and the guy doing a tour did a great job taylor is his name you know he said to me he said i was at a brewery new jersey i was hidden sands and they told me before i had a beer i had to go on a tour is that a thing in new jersey yes it is a thing in new jersey so so we have these antiquated laws so for those of you who have never been interest and the other thing you can't do is you can't have what number would have food with with exception being a brew pub which is different license like mud or davin or self you can't sell okay so you can't order food and have brought to you bringing it so you cannot have you cannot sell food in a burry you really so that's kind of counterintuitive to everything i know that you should eat when you drink so you can't do that the other thing that you can't do burry was there one more thing that you can't do in a very can you think of anything it's well now you can there's there's a whole thing they're cutting antiquated so when these rules were made up gene and andy and from flying fish they gave bureau away you had a tour and you gave away for years and years and years and you guys have had him on the show i can tell you can how many bidders they gave away for this tour and it was kind of a it was kind.
"rtp" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"This great people had to wait two hours and twenty seven minutes for it but so sorry everyone word or punishment bending on how you look at it reward love it all right well this being the end of the season they just what you don't have any predictions to me i'm so excited oh hashtag no predictions we haven't gotten there yet because i do want to mention i do want to remind people that we will be back again in a couple of weeks with a post post finale or post post post whatever podcast to answer questions and respond to comments so send them into us on twitter or you can email them to me at david dot bloomberg at the po box dot com that's just simply po b o x dot com also before i forget i do want to send out a special hello to perhaps our youngest listener eliana i hope you made it through this whole podcast i l yana also also as we wrap up i want to remind everyone about the j p patron program because you know rob said this before it i'm gonna if you're almost two and a half hours into post finale podcast you you want to share this experience with other patrons if you can so you can head over throb has website dot com slash patron to help support all of the rtp podcasts and also take a look at the various patriotic levels to find out what kind of perks you can get you can join the facebook group for the patrons to.
"rtp" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The ongoing russia investigation news that will challenge everything you thought you knew about this story yesterday we said the the terrifying extent to which vladimir putin's sinister tendrils have encircled the american body politic crushing the very life from this republic russian agents are so intent on undermining our democracy they've taken at promoting our owned bill of rights back to us the second amendment specifically that will admit we're not exactly sure how that's bad adam schiff has assured us that it is and because schiff as a prominent member of congress and often appears on cable news we believe him now tonight we've learned that the foreign supervision goes even deeper than that the russian conspiracy is so subtle so crafty such a bewildering slavic hall of mirror that the very people wondering about russia are in fact key players in the russian conspiracy the leaders of the witchhunt or witches possible listen to this last year the director of national intelligence released the definitive report on russian propaganda efforts in this country the main focus of that report was the rushing cable channel rtp america which is funded and controlled by the putin government in the words of our intelligence community rt engages in and we're quoting now anti us messaging light claimed at undermining viewers trust in us democratic procedures and quote our government considers rt so dangerous that the channel has been forced to register as a foreign agent archie employees who failed to register could face prison time no outlet in this country has ever been forced to do that rt is a sinister place everybody says so i want to channel like that one whose sole agenda is to discredit and destroy the american experiment wel none other than one atom bennett shifts of burbank california you know him as congressman adam schiff the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee the main a leading the charge against vladimir putin's propaganda machine and yet adam schiff was part of that machine seriously here's an actual screen chuck just you know we're not making this up that was office refused to confirm it tonight we can assure you that that is indeed adam schiff the one and only in our appearance that our producers review adam shifts appearance shift seemed to promote conspiracy theories about the us government suggesting that the men and women who lay down their lives to keep us.
"rtp" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The ongoing russia investigation news that will challenge everything you thought you knew about this story yesterday we said the in the terrifying extent to which vladimir putin's sinister tendrils have encircled the american body politic crushing the very life from this republic russian agents are so intent on undermining our democracy they have taken to promoting are owned bill of rights back to us the second amendment specifically that will admit we're not exactly sure how that's bad adam schiff has assured us that it is and because schiff is a prominent member of congress and often appears on cable news we believe him now tonight we've learned that the foreign subversion goes even deeper than that the russian conspiracy is so subtle so crafty such a bewildering slavic hall of mirrors that the very people wondering about russia are in fact key players in the russian conspiracy the leaders of the witchhunt or witches possible listen to this last year the director of national intelligence released the definitive report on russian propaganda efforts in this country the main focus of that report was the russian cable channel rtp america which is funded and controlled by the putin government in the words of our intelligence community rt engages in and we're quoting now anti us messaging likely aimed at undermining viewers trust in us democratic procedures and quote our government considers rt so dangerous that the channel has been forced to register as a foreign agent archie employees who failed to register could face prison time no outlet in this country has ever been forced to do that rt is a sinister place everybody says so so i want to channel like that one whose sole agenda is to discredit and destroy the american experiment wel none other than one atom bennett shifts of burbank california you know him as congressman adam schiff the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee the main a leading the charge against vladimir putin's propaganda machine and yet adam schiff was part of that machine seriously here's an actual screen just you know we're not making this up that was office refused to confirm it tonight we can assure you that that is indeed adam schiff the one and only in our appearance that our producers review adam shifts appearance shift seemed to promote conspiracy theories about the us government suggesting that the men and women who lay down their lives to keep us.
"rtp" Discussed on WCHS
"Last week i can't imagine they have enough to get the win at oklahoma state but ten they keep it closer than the nineteen and a half points spread that we see listed right now no i bet quarter data point twenty 21 i just wanted to play on bill kreiner in their largest underdog role from two thousand eleven when there but point one in oklahoma fame court covered the number like they normally do honour bill crowder where you're exactly right i kinda lean toward kansas fate against west virginia last week did not come away to impressed at all with that performance not sure they can keep up uh i'll pay fear at the current nineteen and a half i'd probably be more inclined to lay it here with oklahoma state at texas tech now i wasn't even going to ask you about this one but the reports are out there that kenny hill will not play in this game what's that due to the line and does a change what you think about this game guy recode i really warren a backpack rtp uniform mika tech reading win against baylor last week when they were how first down thirty one the 18 how gain my hundred and fifty yards their plus three turnovers got 93 i'd kick returned touch on thirty one yard fumble return touchdown they stop baylor fourth and go at the one yard line probably you lost the game forget winning by two touchdowns general off the game outright so i wanted to play against texas tech but not only is kenny hill probably out they lost their starting running back for the season their leading tacklers questionable here so i think with all the injuries and the fact that tech stuck needs to win one of their last two games to gain the ball and probably state kingsbury is job you mean the red raiders plus the points everett play of the day today we're gonna go how olympia that but for you out there listening out there we're gonna go with the 'bad and the my that i mean big ugly dog you all mineral plus thirty seven points against the auburn to me it's the the probably the biggest sandwich five of any college football game this year uganda offering coming off the blowout win over.
"rtp" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"Is this about health is this about culture too is about politics like what is this for you it's a little bit of everything is food is come center sony point so for me grown up on pine ridge pine ridge reservation happens to be the poorest area you were pretty much simpler inception so you know there's mass amounts of type 2 diabetes obesity rtp you know median or a male have an average age to live to you know in the in the low fifty is i believe upwards to ninety percent unemployment rate so it's a really not pretty picture and that helped problem is really generated because people were removed from their traditional food and before the indigenous communities or put on more of a government subsidized food system their traditional food kept them really hope you and they didn't see thing by type 2 diabetes and there wasn't a very little obesity uhhuh and a lot of votes health problems earth were so poor food access orb n and poor who'd in general just weren't there so for us to truly trying to helped bring out back into a lot of indigenous cultures especially and also help bring a cultural preservation into the picture by regaining a lot of knowledge is from the past and um you know pulling them into the future so the younger generation they're gonna really understand what their traditional who are and why it's important to carry that information on.
"rtp" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Gas of the charter we all go into can we all gone party as probably the way that you should have done it but you can't rtp cannot tell antonio gates that he cannot go you just can't do that if he wants to go euwide of having a let him go period so it was like the law was laid out at first then everybody was likely rural sling burke words but we need to retract are back with us linda such way that does not undermine the authority of our brand new head coach of like ashby work in a pr everybody else's pr of it i modeled other the right time with money joan august joined us on the shell pennzoil performance line just like our next guest he's insider for seared espn talk about the nfl his name is field yates feel we talking about the animated israeli davis anthony land the charges in does the danny in town hall of fame ceremony thing how in the world today they managed to get themselves into piccolo something they should have been so easy yeah but my this one was one back once i heard the story i immediately thought myself this one can take care of itself in the court of public opinion because the chargers are going to realise very quickly that preventing both antonio gate and philip rivers from attending the hall of fame ceremony for a long time teammate and arguably the greatest player in franchise history was gonna come across as a bad luck now i guess they have a scrimmage that night this is the art of the you know the indoctrination and to a new city uh you know in a los angeles incurring a fan base albeit one that will be seething it fitting in a thirty thousand a person stadium and stuff hub deal next year uh but yeah it was surprising that ever got to that point but it sounds like eventually five gic in recent ask her veil with antonio gate being on hand for the chargers uh this weekend when lift an lte gets his rightful spot in canton ohio will nor will we know was the funniest thing probably saying how badly those guys would be very train again with their teammates when old goslin nothing more than not be a training camp.
"rtp" Discussed on WJR 760
"Sixty seven so what can we do to rebuild um that network of businesses that never really were quite what can we do to make sure that the that then beyond downtown midtown which is an in a credible progress thing to the different community how do we spread bad bet well throughout the city he also takes a look at what to the mayor is doing the workforce development board and all this talk about the the talented issue in the detroit area yet after he story based on nongnart the rand off of a guilt trait tenor part of the detroit public school for from the great example a wonderful example of the political community or mayor's office in the business community um net are making up here workforce development board headed by cape peter rtp other working together going to get there on the school online that it's pretty much are running you're the last several years couple of decades is really had a big decline and and and you know one of the big problems we have an here on the lack of talented felt the skill create jobs that are that are very vague there's a lot of really important job um no imata people who are unemployed we need to match come up on the places in in the public school for that's not getting a lot of money in attention from the business community i really recommend the story if a great example of community doing things the right way for very many great stories in the current issue out now crain's detroit business a pickup a copy or go online crain's detroit dot com can detroit become america's mixed fashion hub keith claimed asks so you want wanna get rich as a lot of information regarding the tax subsidy for pistons little caesars arena everything there's a lot talked about in crain's detroit business job well done once again ron thank you thank paul w tonight uh look forward to it of the fireworks the ford fireworks tonight to.