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The Psychology of Power: Trump, the Public, & Media Reluctance

Immigrantly

04:43 min | 19 hrs ago

The Psychology of Power: Trump, the Public, & Media Reluctance

"So welcome. Welcome to immigrant. How is twenty twenty one cheating. You bandy. i haven't really had a chance or break to consider It's been quite hectic yes. Yeah i mean either them drums insurrection and all the craziness that we've experienced in fact. Let's begin there so what's been happening to be honest after twenty twenty presidential election. I promised myself that i would not talk about donald trump basically not to give him any attention or etame that i am making an exception today because i feel like what we are about to discuss is sole source so important. So what do you make off the events. What is your take on that well. It's the kind of danger and violence that we had been warning against for the last four or more years and so frankly as a mental health professional. I was not able to let down my guard after the election. But rather braced myself for even greater turmoil because of the influence this would have on the president and the fact that he was getting less attention would cause him to incite further upheavals. And i'm actually quite disappointed at our government that it never heeded our warnings as much as we have tried. We've recently published three hundred pages of letters. Petitions conference transcripts specifically aimed especially toward congress and we met with over fifty congress members. I published the book as you know the dangerous case of donald trump ray that collected essays by mental health professionals from early two thousand seventeen and then was updated in two thousand and nineteen. So all this was foreseen. Yesterday was not a surprise to us. We're only disappointed that it has turned out exactly as we had warned. So i want to take a step back and give on listeners. Context what you and i are talking about in two thousand seventeen. You took a vocal stance against trump Basically commenting on his dangerous mental batholomew. Now it is not uncommon for ordinary people to use colloquial terms like crazy or insane to describe trump's behavior and his actions however less common are i guess clinical observations so just for the context or what we are talking about. What do you mean by. Dangerous mental pathology. And what does that mean from psychiatric perspective. Yes so most of the time mental health professionals do not have a need to comment in public about any of these factors especially of an individual and i defer my twenty year career have never spoken about anyone in the public sphere especially president and i had no interest in politics before i was strictly academic clinician but we do have a responsibility to society. It says in our in the preamble of our ethics guideline. It says that we have a responsibility to patients as well as to society and when public health and safety are at stake We do have a responsibility so you may have noted that mental health professionals have come forth in unprecedented ways with this president. They had not spoken up by the hundreds and thousands now Against any president of any party in all of us history right but this was an exception and this is because we saw in him psychological sources of danger. And what do we mean by danger. Usually in the clinical setting. It's danger to self danger to others and danger to the public. Those are criteria for our intervening people know about law enforcement intervening usually after things have happened. Mental health professionals intervene usually try to prevent things from happening when there are psychological signs pointing to danger. So this is part of. What i felt was i- responsibility.

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Personalized brain stimulation alleviates severe depression symptoms

All Things Considered

03:35 min | 1 d ago

Personalized brain stimulation alleviates severe depression symptoms

"Two studies out today suggest ways to improve treatments for depression and obsessive compulsive behavior. Using brain stimulation. Thea Pro just delivers pulses of electric or magnetic energy to certain areas in the brain. Scientists report that stimulation is more effective when it is customized for each patient. MPR's Jon Hamilton has more Brain stimulation is usually reserved for people who haven't been helped by drugs or other treatments. People like this woman in her thirties who had severe unrelenting depression, the world was slow. And gray and flat. Everything kind of tasted the same. No actual sense of enjoyment or No ability to imagine NPR agreed not to use the woman's name to protect her medical privacy. After five years of searching for help, she got into a study run by Dr Katherine Scan. Gus of the University of California San Francisco. Scandals is part of a team trying to improve deep brain stimulation, which implants wires in the brain to deliver tiny pulses of electricity. Traditional deep brain stimulation has typically stimulated in one location. In every patient without really an understanding of how that effects each individual's depression symptoms. Scandals thought she might be able to relieve the woman's depression using a different approach. So she created a map of her patient's brain that showed which area was associated with each symptom. She had an iPad and she marked off her level of depression and anxiety. An energy level in response to each pulse of neuromodulation. Then scandals used that information to design a deep brain stimulation system that monitored these areas and delivered pulses on Lee when there were signs of trouble. Our goal is to develop a brain pacemaker. That can nudge these depressions circuits back into their healthy state and keep them there. And for this patient, it worked, she recalls. The first time doctors stimulated one particular area of her brain. I wasn't really expecting anything to happen, and then suddenly It was this kind of wash off the sense of pleasurable happiness and glee, and I literally think I giggled. She says The implanted stimulator she went home with is still doing its job. Months later. The world is Is back. I'm back. I feel like myself again. A personalized approach to brain stimulation also seemed to help people with obsessive compulsive behaviors. Trade. Grover, a graduate student at Boston University, was part of a team that studied people who had thoughts that wouldn't go away or behaviors that they felt compelled to repeat, checking whether we've switched the stove off or not. Have you washed her hands enough in, particularly in times like ours today in the pandemic, Such behaviors can be exacerbated. The team knew that these kinds of behaviors are linked to problems in the brain's reward network. So they studied the activity in this network for about 60 patients. Then they devised a unique stimulation treatment for each person. Grover says The treatment sends pulses of alternating current through electrodes placed on the scalp. It allows us to stimulate the brain. And mimic the kinds off Ray to make activity patterns that are typically associated with healthy behavior, He says. People who got the treatment instead of a placebo got better. By the fifth day of stimulation, obsessive compulsive behaviors had significantly reduced. On average. There was a 28% reduction, and Grover says the treatment works best on people with the most severe symptoms. Both studies appear in the journal Nature Medicine. Jon Hamilton NPR news

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Personalized brain stimulation alleviates severe depression symptoms

All Things Considered

03:35 min | 1 d ago

Personalized brain stimulation alleviates severe depression symptoms

"Two studies out today suggest ways to improve treatments for depression and obsessive compulsive behavior. Using brain stimulation. Thea Pro just delivers pulses of electric or magnetic energy to certain areas in the brain. Scientists report that stimulation is more effective when it is customized for each patient. MPR's Jon Hamilton has more brain stimulation is usually reserved for people who haven't been helped by drugs or other treatments. People like this woman in her thirties who had severe, unrelenting depression. The world was slow and gray and flat. Everything kind of tasted the same. No actual sense of enjoyment or No ability to imagine NPR agreed not to use the woman's name to protect her medical privacy. After five years of searching for help, she got into a study run by Dr Katherine Scan. Gus at the University of California San Francisco. Scandals is part of a team trying to improve deep brain stimulation, which implants wires in the brain to deliver tiny pulses of electricity. Traditional deep brain stimulation has typically stimulated in one location. In every patient without really an understanding of how that effects each individual's depression symptoms. Scandals thought she might be able to relieve the woman's depression using a different approach. So she created a map of her patient's brain that showed which area was associated with each symptom. She had an iPad and she marked off her level of depression and anxiety. An energy level in response to each pulse of neuromodulation. Then scandals used that information to design a deep brain stimulation system that monitored these areas and delivered pulses on Lee when there were signs of trouble. Our goal is to develop a brain pacemaker. That can nudge these depressions circuits back into their healthy state and keep them there. And for this patient, it worked, she recalls. The first time doctors stimulated one particular area of her brain. I wasn't really expecting anything to happen, and then suddenly It was this kind of wash off the sense of pleasurable happiness and glee, and I literally think I giggled. She says The implanted stimulator she went home with is still doing its job. Months later. The world is Is back. I'm back. I feel like myself again. A personalized approach to brain stimulation also seemed to help people with obsessive compulsive behaviors. Trade. Grover, a graduate student at Boston University, was part of a team that studied people who had thoughts that wouldn't go away or behaviors that they felt compelled to repeat, checking whether we've switched the stove off or not. Have you washed her hands enough in, particularly in times like ours today in the pandemic, Such behaviors can be exacerbated. The team knew that these kinds of behaviors are linked to problems in the brain's reward network. So they studied the activity in this network for about 60 patients. Then they devised a unique stimulation treatment for each person. Grover says The treatment sends pulses of alternating current through electrodes placed on the scalp. It allows us to stimulate the brain. And mimic the kinds off Ray to make activity patterns that are typically associated with healthy behavior. He says. People who got the treatment instead of a placebo got better. By the fifth day of stimulation, obsessive compulsive behaviors had significantly reduced On average, there was a 28% reduction, and Grover says the treatment works best on people with the most severe symptoms. Both studies appear in the journal Nature Medicine. Jon Hamilton NPR news

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Q&A: How about an app to help people care for plants?

Side Hustle School

03:07 min | 1 d ago

Q&A: How about an app to help people care for plants?

"I've always had a green thumb. And i'd like to code. That's why my idea is to build an app to help people take care of their house plans. It will include lots of faq's in troubleshooting as well as notifications to remind people want to water. The only thing. I can't do is keep people from over watering but i'll try. What do you think of this idea. Bryan. what's up ban. Thank you so much for listening. Congratulations on your multiple skills. Multi-skilled ability green thumb and like to code. I think i want this app. I love plants myself. But they don't love me back. And i realize it's not their fault. I think i am the problem. It isn't abusive relationship. Which i acknowledge and i would like to change my behavior but i. I guess i can admit this to you brian to our listeners. Because i'm not the only one like there's definitely a market to help people take care of plants better. I recently met a woman known as the plant doctor. Who makes house calls to both care for your plants as well as show you what to do and what to avoid so. She's coming to take care of the plants and then washes there. She's also teaching you to fish but not really fish. she's teaching. you know what i mean. Now it sounds like. Brian wants to provide virtual plant dr services. That's why bring that up. Basically what he wants to do is virtual dr services in the form of an app which is probably a lot more efficient than going to somebody's house and probably the most common model for something like this. These days is advertising where the app is free and has lots of little sections of advice. You can think of it like a blog. That isn't chronological like when you think about creating the content for it. It is a lot like creating content for eight blog. Ray wikipedia style site and all. This information is then going into the app so not chronological just topical. But they're also like you know the advertisements a lot of what we think of as perhaps annoying banners pop up from time to time and often you know how annoying they are is based on the frequency and the duration of those ads and such so it is possible to strike a balance and provide good user experience while still monitoring the app now. If you don't want to knowing banners or any banners at all then this might be a good low cost app. When i say low cost though i think this is something that has changed in recent years as well like there used to be a lot of ninety nine cent apps and one dollar apps and for the most part those apps these days anything. That's ninety nine cents or a dollar is going to be supported by more advertisements in the app or opportunities to purchase something else. So i think it's i don't think you should sell it for a couple of dollars. I think that should be introductory offer or a special promotion perhaps but if it really has good info and can be a reliable guide to help keep those beloved plants alive make it a quality product in charge at least ten dollars which is still not a lot of money to keep your plants alive if you create a resource that is really helpful and is achieving those results and who knows this could really be something so good luck with that. I think it sounds interesting. Let us know what happens in. Oh one more question for our listeners. Before you go. How much room should you give to grow. How much room should you give. Fun guy to grow was just doing some research on this. You should give it as mushroom as possible all right. You're welcome go free to use that today.

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Just How Many Cats Might Elon Musk ‘Owe’ Jamie Lynn Spears?

Hard Factor

03:12 min | 1 d ago

Just How Many Cats Might Elon Musk ‘Owe’ Jamie Lynn Spears?

"Jamie. Lynn spears the sister of brittany spears and the creepy combination of appearance. Name's jamie and lynne is blaming. Elon musk for murdering her cats calling. Tesla tesla cars a quote. Secret cat killer. That's like nightmare. It's still the former show two point. Oh star said in a since deleted instagram video. That our cats were run over by tesla. They never heard coming saying. Come on swear to god yet. And i pulled the video to play and then i said no because she sounded super filled out and her hair was dyed like bright purple as was her toddler. Daughter's hair dyed bright purple. Anyway she said. I'll do my best impressions because he was like eating a piece of candy. It was really weird. Assure those castanon commits suicide sounds great. Well i don't know broke is now lost like i don't even wanna tell you how many cats because they don't hear the tesla crank and unfortunate things happen and it's really devastating traffic for everyone involved. Eli moskowitz figure this out. You owe me a couple of cats. No she sounds like pam oliver. Yeah did you guys see that pam all over the weekend. I don't think it was. I don't think she was drunk. Because they kept bringing her back on. They wouldn't they wouldn't have done that. I think it was a medical. Yeah yeah that's bummer. I didn't see that but yeah you. You don't expect that from him oliver. You do expect that from kenner louisiana's biggest celebrities to spears's but yeah no i guess tesla's been taking her cats. Do come up with a great idea which is to have tesla mega high pitch noise. Only animals can hear when the car cranks on and as it turns out. Guys tesla and other electric cars are required to do this. As of september twenty twenty. Us national highway traffic safety administration now requires electric cars to admit a sound of at least forty three decibels when they're traveling at speeds of less than eighteen point six miles per hour winds busted alone mosca not being up to regulations. No she might. She might own an older test. Jamie would start by saying. I'm problems in the world right now. Ray yeah but you can afford a tesla and unfortunately test is coming. Get but like this is bullshit by the way because cats yes. They can't hear the car but they can hear the tire on the pavement. You can't quiet that away. No matter how quiet engine is is a fucking animal. The cat knows the car is coming. Capture very aware animals. Someone was on pills and hit the car. Hit the biggest fear. And that's why my cats don't don't go outside. Yes there's a car. Well it's one thing to have the cat like in the engine block which habits from time with him but like the cat would is not going to get run over. And here's rubber on pavement is to scare the cat i'm just yeah But no you would think yet so key electric cars. I guess they're supposed to make sound of like a dishwasher right forty three decibels jamie lynn. Later deleted the post walked back. Her claim saying that she did not run over any cats. And tesla's not so. He blamed several news outlets reported that the actress made it clear. that user error was admittedly involved authors note. She sounded like she was on pills.

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The weirdest stuff at CES

Talking Tech

07:10 min | 2 d ago

The weirdest stuff at CES

"Joining us to talk about some of the most unusual stuff it's es this year is usa today tech columnist. Jennifer jolly a jennifer. Thanks for being here. Oh my gosh you guys. Thanks so much for having me. I love talking about weird tech. It's my favorite thing. All right so what was the weirdest thing you saw this slightly different. Cas where we all were covering it. Virtually yeah well we're just. It's it's going to be a tie between toews poop detective toilet. You heard that right and i mean please. Just start with the puns. Now i call it number two on my list healthier future based on what you leave behind get ready to be bulled over from the latest data dumb. I mean you can't you can't make this stuff up. What does it do. Tell me you you. You've you've peaked. You've peaked. My i can't think of a good pun around the top of my head so i'm going to give up. He's flushed with excitement about this. There you go there you go. Okay so todos newest ai. Smart commode is a sensor filled. Smart bowl aimed at detecting early signs of disease based on just imagine doing air quotes key outputs so it will analyze everything from how long you sit on the throne to The temperature of your skin as yours just sitting there to whether your stool contains enough fiber and then it will send you recommendations on how to improve your health via app on your smartphone showing gives you solid output. I caught up with you guys young so there we have it so that's got to be one of the weirdest last year. I talked about There was some gadget that analyzed your cats poop to let you know about your cats health so it was just a small leap to human health based on. You know looking into the future by what you leave behind. Yeah i'm gonna stop now it totally but you know it really it really make sense because you know how they've said. Some universities were analyzing waste on campus for covid spreading around so anyway so you mentioned it was a tie. So what's the other weird thing that you that at the top of your list. The bio breast milk. You guys remember last year when impossible pork basically got all the headlines plant based bacon that actually tasted really really good. Well this is again with the pun. The mother of all new high tech smart foods bio milk is a customized cultured breast milk. That is made from cells of a pregnant mother than cultivated in a lab to reproduce human milk. But it's personalized for that specific infant from that actual mother. So it's a way really. And i mean it sounds crazy but female Cell biologist female food scientists founded this company to create an alternative solution to formula to the packaged powdered formulas. We've been using forever because three out of four moms. Have some reason they have to stop breastfeeding before the recommended. Six months so it could be work. It could be health related. It's stressful any nursing. Mom knows it is one of the hardest jobs you will ever do. Toss in pandemic and working from home in teaching your kids. I mean it's really really hard in the best of times so that is just something i can't i couldn't believe it when i heard about it but i'm excited to see it. Come hopefully this year. So let's get to some of the really cool stuff that happened in the s one of the things that i've heard i'd heard about were these bionic contact lenses i think. Can you describe them. They sound really cool. Yeah it's called mojo vision. It's an a. Are embedded contact lens. That is as close to a bionic accessory as i could ever imagine. There's a teeny tiny display. It's half a millimeter in diameter. That's about the same size as a grain of sand that's actually embedded within the contact lends itself and then it projects images and information really subtly. You really take your attention away from what you're looking at but it projects that into your peripheral vision as you either. Walk down the street or cycle up a hill or even look up into the night sky. It's absolutely mind blowing at this. Was the winner of css last gadget standing. And that's an event that i have emceed for the past several years including this year i had not seen not mojo lens until video that the company played during the event and i had to pick my job up off the desk. I just cannot believe this kind of futuristic far out technology is actually here and the company told me they're going to launch this For people who are visually impaired. I and follow up with a consumer model. They have to go through all kinds of of fda and f. like all kinds of regulations because it is a contact lens. I e a medical device but they are looking at two three years out with these. Maybe less sounds like something. I am i on medically go to the goes. Terminator two were you. Were you got to see through the terminator's eyes and stuff was coming up on the side and you're like wow that if that could happen in the future yeah not only could is will. We've seen it. We also saw the music's glasses that do something very similar. But they're a pair of glasses so the difference is a contact lens and a pair of futuristic super cool smart glasses nice beyond products. Were there any trends or big takeaway. She took from the show this year. Jennifer there was a lot this year. You guys have already talked about this. A lotta pandemic tech germ killer. Everything's from target as new anti microbial backpack to special lights. I saw ub techs. Giant robot can rule through rooms shooting off giant rays of uvc. Light to sterilize a room so huge huge emphasis on clean tech mask tech. You guys wrote about the airpods mask. I have that with me where you know. There's a little disc on the front of it that connects with your smartphone and can give you all kinds of information about the air that you're breathing. How much your breathing. So that was a really really big trend and then also just comfort more comfort and this big buzzword this year delight at home figuring out ways to bring basically your whole entire world inside the walls of your home or even your backyard and have it be a lot better to hang out. There in the future will

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Jacob Reimann On  Healing Our Children And Loved Ones in Order to Heal Ourselves

The Healing Place Podcast

05:56 min | 4 d ago

Jacob Reimann On Healing Our Children And Loved Ones in Order to Heal Ourselves

"Welcome everybody to the healing place. Podcast i'm your host terry walbrook and excited to have with me. Today jacob ryan and he is the founder of inner freedom healing so jacob. Thank you very much having me. Yes absolutely in excited to dive into of conversations about healing. And i want to talk a little bit about how healing our children and loved. Ones can help us heal. But i just introduce yourself to people and tell them what it is you do interface. Hi i'm jacob. Raymond and i run a company golden freedom healing and basically. It's not things. So i i work with small kind of high high need groups up to six people And we work online. And i kind of these mind tradition and experienced to guide them through going from suffering of some kind whether it be trauma all physical ailments or depression anxiety to joy. And i do that by Ready just guiding them to so they can understand which parts of themselves which which parts of them are still stuck in grief or anger rage will will of some kind anticipate guide them to guide them to those hawks themselves in a safe way and we basically spend time just just accepting accepting those parts of ourselves and that starts very simply. That's that's how i understand. Heating works yeah same. Love love your message right there though of helping people to get through the trauma but to get to that place of joy because they think so many people who've been through trauma or in pain and suffering feel like they can't ever get to that place of joy like it's it's an unreachable goal for them in it really truly as possible. I i'm i. I was convinced. It wasn't possible until recently and i was i just kind of what i find really fascinating comeback to second thing of what we do but why family fascinating in my healing journey was how how i was so used to being to and being terrified unjust. Just say when i was slightly. This panicking terrified. I thought that was actually quite good. Oh but then. I can look you looking back on it. Whatever experience on how did not have the obviously a life of kinds of things. I suddenly realized underneath the surface happiness enjoy and relationships and everything else i realized how how much panicking terra i was just just bright unjust destroyed underneath that kind of surface level of happiness and when she stopped to actually hail that that that globe of of terror at Start just getting more and more glimpses of just peace and silence in initially. I thought hang on. What's that strange. What's going on but be stay as you as you do. The work then yeah. It can actually dissolved fully and he can get to a point of just peace and joy and it's quite quite amazing feeling. I'm just getting used to it. I have to say but yes it is. It is a beautiful wonderful place to be. Yes yeah yeah so so. That's that's the work. I do with private clients and then i kind of about a year ago i thought to myself well i could just have a quite comfortable existence just working on a one to one in small groups you not to six people and we basically shed shed healing space shared the journey. And it's an healings. I've found is a lot more effective doing it in a group and you'll focusing on a similar aspect of ourselves that we haven't accepted yet Through a hot three three concussion. And then i thought well hang on there. Were you know millions of people out there. That may be a fold private work or don't have the time or so. What what how. How can i teach the process. How can i actually get it out there. That people can for themselves and it's and it's based on a bit breath work intention acceptance ray simple and i'm sure he's got a lot of experience with with this kind of approach to healing. So i'm craig today. A kind of mini hailing course which. I'm just about twenty twenty thirty people testing out. Now giving me feedback going to be reshooting christmas and then launching it very low Investments that people can actually learn the process themselves. Stay safe which is really important as their as they kind of in accepting during through the of them they'd rather not not go through so you can't escape yourself but other people have a real fair of of facing those parts themselves which should broken yes. Sure so it's those two things and then there's a big serve community that i'm planning people can share share the burden with each other in a safe supported. Way

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FBI tracking ‘extensive’ online chatter about armed protests, Washington DC

Michael Berry

00:30 sec | 4 d ago

FBI tracking ‘extensive’ online chatter about armed protests, Washington DC

"Guard troops sleeping in the capital thousands of troops in D. C ahead of next week's inauguration, FBI director Chris Ray told Vice President Mike Pence it a briefing. It's because of online chatter together with our partners. We evaluate Those threats on what kind of resource is to deploy against them. Right now we're tracking calls for potential armed protests planned rehearsal the inauguration. It was scheduled for Sunday's reportedly been moved back to Monday following what happened to the capital last week. Biden

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Uber appeals $59m California fine over sexual assault data

BTV Simulcast

05:56 min | 5 d ago

Uber appeals $59m California fine over sexual assault data

"Has appealed a hefty fine by a California regulator. The California Public Utilities Commission is finding the company $59 million, pushing uber to hand over personal identifying information related to sexual assault and harassment claims by drivers and riders Joining me now for more Uber's top legal officer Tony West, Tony, thank you so much. For joining us. So the state is making the case that having this information will help them bring more perpetrators to justice and prevent Mork things like this from happening. What is your response to that? Look, I think the guiding principle that we have in this appeal. This was really simple, Emily. It's we want to protect the privacy of sexual assault survivors, and we want to protect their right to consent when whether and with whom sensitive data about them this year. When you speak with anti sexual violence advocates, they will tell you that best practice is not to make that decision for sexual assault survivors. Even when it comes to the law enforcement. The best practice is to allow Survivors to make that choice themselves. I would know, though, that we're not exactly sure why the CPUC is seeking this information. They've never asked for this kind of information before personally idea to find information about sexual assault survivors, and I think it's the extraordinary nature of this request is why it Z. Not just uber having you know a back and forth with its regulator. It's why So many other groups and sexual violence groups like a rain like time's up like reliance like no more. They've always had opposing this border because of the damage that it can cause to survivors, and it's why we're appealing it. Now the state is arguing that if Uber doesn't do this, it poses a risk to its drivers and riders. And you know, it's hard to quite understand because doesn't both uber and the state not want these kinds of incidents to happen aren't the goals the same? Goals are absolutely the same. And I just wanna make sure we're talking about Cindy. This is actually not the state meaning like the state of California. This is a recommendation of one judge in administrative law Judge That's associated with the California Public Utilities Commission, which is the regulator for all rights here in California s O. This is not like the district attorney. This is not like the attorney general's office offices that are actually charged with investigating. Sexual assault and sexual violence. This is a public utilities regulator that is taking data and to be quicker. We give Rene's and readings of anonymous data to the C P U. C. Every single year is part of our regulatory obligation. We don't have any argument with that. And in fact, even in this case theater Ministry of Lot of Judge said, Listen uber, we want you to give give us categories A, B, C and D of information. We said Fine, We'll give you a B and C See, But D is something you have never asked for before. It is personally identifying information of sexual assault survivors so work with us so that we can give you the information seek, but in a matter in a way that protects their privacy rights, we we've tried for the better part of a year to sit down with the CPUC. We've been asking them if they would be willing to sit down with groups like Ray groups like Time's up other advocacy and expert. Groups in how to deal with survivors and reformed in trauma trauma, informed investigation. We've asked that they sit down with these groups and listen just as we did before we reproduced our safety report so that we can come to an agreement as to how we produce this information in a way that protects survivors, and that's that's really the end game here. Well, and I know part of the concern is that victims won't report some of these incidents if they believe that their information is not protected. What do you think the timeline is here? When do you expect? This to reach some sort of resolution. Well, we'd like to reach it sooner rather than later because, as you rightly point out, we actually have the same goal, which is we gotta make right here as safe as possible. And so it's again. This is not an argument about whether or not we get the information we respect. The CPU sees role is a regulator. We respect their right to request information. We simply want to do it in a way that protects the privacy of survivors. And so that is a conversation that we would very, very much welcome. And we'd like to have it as soon as possible. Hopefully by filing this appeal that will give us an avenue to begin to have a dialogue with sexual and sexual violence, experts and advocates and with Over to try to get T resolution on this, but you know, there's one of the thing I want to mention, is that the finest astronomical I mean, it's huge, and nobody likes to pay a fine. No one wants to be fine. But the issue in this case that really concerns us is the message that it sends because you know this all comes out of the voluntary safety report that Goober published in December of last year, and that was lauded at the time as a real step forward for corporate transparency. It was volunteering. There was no lawsuit. No law requiring us to do that. We did it because we thought it was the right thing to do. Now, if you're a company exactly with that same hard decision on Dure trying to decide whether or not to be transparent and you see that the reward for being transparent is a $59 million.5. We think it sends a very chilling message.

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How your brain responds to stories -- and why they're crucial for leaders

TED Talks Daily

04:36 min | 5 d ago

How your brain responds to stories -- and why they're crucial for leaders

"Maria walked into the elevator at work. She went to press the button when her phone fell out of her hand. It bounced on the floor and went straight down that little opening between the elevator in the floor and she realized it wasn't just her phone. It was a phone wallet that had her driver's license her credit card her whole life. She went to the front desk to talk to ray. The security guard. Ray was really happy to see air. Marie is the one of the few people that actually stocks and says hello to him each day in fact she's one of these people that knows your birthday and your favorite food and your last vacation. Not because she's weird she just genuinely likes people like some to feel seen she tells ray what happened and he said it's going to cost at least five hundred dollars to get her phone back and he goes to get a quote while she goes back to her desk twenty minutes later he calls her and he says maria i was looking at the inspection certificate elevator. It's actually do for its annual inspection next month. I'm going to go ahead and call that in today and won't be able to get your phone back in. I won't cost you anything the same day this happened. I read an article about the. Ceo of charles schwab while turbine injure he's describing his straight a career at university going into his last exam expecting ace it when the professor gives one question. What is the name of the person that cleans this room. And he failed the exam. He had seen her but he had never met her before. Her name was dottie. And he made a vow that day to always know the dadis in his life. Because both walter and maria understand this power of helping people feel seen especially as a leader. I use that story back. When i worked at general electric. I was responsible for shaping culture and a business of ninety thousand employees in one hundred fifty countries and i found that stories. Were such a great way to connect with people and have them think. What would i do in this situation. would i have known dotty or who are the dadis. I need to know in my life. I found that no matter. People's gender or their generation or their geography in the world the stories resonated and worked but in my work with leaders. I have also found. They tend be allergic to telling stories. They're not sure where to find them or they're not sure how to tell them or are they think they have to present data that there's just not room tell story and that's why i want to focus today because storytelling data is actually not this either or it's an an actually create this power that connects you to information differently to understand how we have to. I understand what happens. Neurologically when you're listening to a story and data so as you're a lecture or you're in a meeting to small parts of your brain are activated. We're an again broke his area. This is where you're processing information and it's also why you tend to forget fifty percent of it right after you hear it when you listen to a story. Your entire brain starts to light up each of your lobes will light up as your senses and your emotions are engaged as i talk about a phone falling and hitting the ground with thaad your in your temporal lobes are lighting up as though you're seeing that fall phone and hearing it hit with the side. There's this term neural coupling which says as the listener your brain will light up exactly as mine is the storyteller. It mir's this activity as though you are actually experiencing these things. Storytelling gives you this artificial reality if i talk to you about like walking through the snow and with each step. The snow is crunching under my shoes. And big wet flakes are falling on my cheeks. Your brains are now lighting up as though you are walking through the snow and experiencing these things it's why you can sit in an action movie and not be moving but your heart is racing though. You're the star on screen because this neuro a coupling has your brain lighting up. Though you were having that activity as you listened to stories you automatically gain empathy for the storyteller the more empathy. You experience the more oxytocin is released in your brain.

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A Big Dose Of Perspective With Jack Kornfield

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:43 min | 6 d ago

A Big Dose Of Perspective With Jack Kornfield

"Jack. Great to see you and thank you for coming Great pleasure thank you. Dan also for having me. It's time when we. I think we need to all come together and use our best wisdom and understanding of how to navigate. I completely agree and so let me. Just start with your mind. What are you doing to stay even in your own mind. Of course i meditate some but more importantly arrested in place that has a lot of spaciousness in it and a kind of trust. I'm old enough at age. Seventy five to have seen revolutions. Common go and difficulties arise in pass. Have and i also see that. There's i guess it was martin. Luther king talked about the moral arc of the universe being long but advance toward justice. I see that there's ways that systems also regulate themselves so whether it's the pandemic that we are in the throes of that is really causing enormous amount of suffering and loss whether it's the political disruptions in the capital and otherwise were just the calls for racial and economic justice that we needed for so long. I feel we're in a evolutionary process with its fits and starts. And i think about people like one gary mata who won the nobel prize for the greenbelt in east africa. She started by planning one to ten. Twenty fifty trees got other people to do. It eventually was thrown in prison on. I think that's a requirement for nobel peace laureates mostly And ended up planning fifty one million trees in changing a lot of the face to be africa or or or ellen sirleaf in manga bowie also nobel prize winners who said their country. Liberia used to be known for its child. Soldiers in had these terrible civil wars and now it's known for its women leaders and so there is some way in which just as the green sprouts come up through the cement in the sidewalk. There's something about life in. it's also the human heart that wants to renew itself. And so i rest back in kind and loving awareness to say yes. Let me turn my gaze away from the from the needs suffering the things to respond but also to hold it in a much bigger context justice. I agree that universe in the world is breathing. And that's how i keep my mind on a good day not the mean. There are bad days a bad moments but mostly my heart is pretty peaceful but you know there are things. I get a call from my daughter. Dad you know. This terrible thing is happening. At the nonprofit she runs for getting asylum for all people whose lives are endangered. What do i do our calls from dear friends. Oh my family has covid. So i'm deeply touched by these things and responding. Sometimes they really affect me. And i can feel the pain of it. You know or give worried but with all of that. There's a rounded a field of loving awareness of spaciousness entrust. That gives a much bigger picture and there. I'm just going on back away trying to answer your question and also spread out a little bit. When i was a monk training in the forest monasteries in southeast asia as a buddhist monk the main forest temple i lived was in a province adjoining. Both laos in cambodia was during the war in vietnam and laos cambodia. So we would see fighter jets going overhead and bombers and you know in some of the branch monasteries you could even see flashes from the from the bombs and people would come visit us. I had friends who were working in. Vietnam laos people that i knew as i had been working on medical teams in that ray calm river valley saying what are you doing sitting on your you know. There's a war to stop. There's things we need to do and my teacher would say. This is the place where we stop the war.

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | Last week

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | Last week

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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Amy Porterfield Wants to Talk to You About Body Image

RISE Podcast

05:24 min | Last week

Amy Porterfield Wants to Talk to You About Body Image

"Yours you we upon calf podcast and like always reaches. This is always me. I'm nervous emphasis. But i feel like it's good to be nervous because it means you're pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone very true in this way right. My comfort right. What's cool to me about this. Is i feel like we've kind of been talking about it and marinating it for a while. Like we've talked about this concept on stage a few times and talked about it on our girl strips together like i remember sitting where we in tucson getting your ass and i was. I was like this. Is you gotta talk about this. This is the thing which by the way. Because i'm trying to be better about when people are part of my gratitude telling them that they're part of my gratitude gratitude work every morning and i've instead of just would've grateful for this which i still do. I spend time every single day. Now kind of being present in past experiences. And i'm really great for and one always. That always comes up for me. Is that mirasol trip. It was real. I love that you say that. I think about it often because we had these really good conversations like we went deep yet and it was only like twenty four hours and it was good. It was all so let. Where do you wanna start. Where do you want to start with. What what you're feeling what you're thinking like again. We've done okay so with the help of your team. I've done a lot of work around what this podcast is going to be about. And why it's important and in the first few episodes. I share a lot about my own experience of dieting and wanting to lose weight. And i keep coming back to this concept of wanting to get to a goal weight and now how long has it been. Since i was on the ray rice stage and we talked about this i now because kobe timing means nothing was like a year was an ear was three years. I don't know maybe a year maybe a year okay. So you called me out on this concept of wanting to hit my goal weight right and i am still in the same place like i would love to hit a galway by and when we were on the rise stage i had lost a lot of weight in a really healthy way. I take that very seriously but since then this last year the covid i've gained twenty pounds. Twenty pounds in one year. I've actually never seen publicly. Total global pandemic like who on earth knew how to handle this year. Do you know like. I think it's i think women are so hard on themselves for doing things. That are normal. Nary normal good point. Because i'm very very disappointed in myself around the whole thing. Come on things. Not only was more stressful. Your husband's a first responder. You know you had a son who's transitioning into college was going on. We did know what was happening. And on top of all that you own a business and all of us who owned businesses whether the pandemic really made it better or made it way worse you were affected by what was happening stressful. Was this your most stressful. You're in business or have you had others. That were more stressful okay. That's such a great question. Because as you know i got out of a partnership. That was a really stressful thing. When you and i first met. I would say this year was definitely more stressful. And you you make a great point that my business because i'm in digital marketing. It was able to do really well this year. But i watched my students suffer struggle more than i ever have. I think you had the same experience. We watched our community. Just really go through some thing. And i took it like really hard in every day. I worried about them and eight. Do all right entire right. Well and i think so been there. I don't know if you saw like this. But i definitely felt an added there. An added layer of this. Because i know that there are tactics and tools and habits and rituals. that would help with this process. I knew it just the same as you knew if you do these six things or whatever it was it will help your business but being someone who's talking about what will help in a time where everybody is stressed and anxious and scared and whatever. Then there's an added tension of. Should i even say these things. Should we only talk about how hard it is. Am i allowed be positive here. Am i supposed to. Because i kept coming back to this idea of look. Nobody knows how to deal with the global pandemic in twenty twenty. What there is so much information about how to the side effects and in business. Nobody knows how to deal with a global pandemic in the business. You're in but dan schorr know what people can do if they build a list if they build a digital course if they built these things that have helped so many people before Who have found themselves out of work or unsure or whatever so you knew you had some answers but saying that you have answers like in everything frequent.

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Los Angeles County could mandate ‘hero pay’ for some grocery, drugstore workers

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:52 sec | Last week

Los Angeles County could mandate ‘hero pay’ for some grocery, drugstore workers

"L A county leaders are moving ahead with the plan that would have some workers getting a pay increase. So called hero pay and cities in the county are also getting on board with the effort. County supervisors and discussing the hero pay proposal said it would apply to national grocery and drug retailers operating an unincorporated areas of the county. To provide a pay bump for frontline workers roughly $5 an hour But for the Rays to apply elsewhere, independent cities would have to approve it. In Santa Monica City Council, Kevin McEwen says they're already ready to discuss the matter tomorrow. My motion Tuesday night will position, said Obama, CA to be able to participate immediately in this county action. Like the county proposal, the Santa Monica organs would not apply to mom and pop operations. But only the much larger chain firms who can afford the Rays and whose workers are at greater risk of contracting covert 19 because they deal with larger numbers of the public on an everyday

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Boston Police Commissioner Gross Considering Run For Mayor

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | Last week

Boston Police Commissioner Gross Considering Run For Mayor

"Name in Boston, considering a run for mayor this time from the police Department. WBC's match hearer with more with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh likely headed to Washington. The fight for his old office at City Hall is heating up. City councilors Michelle wound Andre Campbell have already got in on the action. But sources tell Wjz's nightside host Dan Ray that one more could be on the way. Well, I think what's next is going to be Boston Police Commissioner William Ross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw His hat into the ring as well. Boss has served his v P d commissioner since 2018, but he's been on the force for over three decades. Unlike his potential challengers, he's never run for political office. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio.

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EV Used Car Values Are Holding Up

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

03:23 min | Last week

EV Used Car Values Are Holding Up

"So the altium battery cells Gm and lg's the nine they've given it to the platform more than just the cells or the batteries that made into recently. They've been calling it. The ltm platform and that is going to be the foundation for all of their electric cars and thanks to a youtube channel by ray non navia. We can now check the construction process of that facility. That's going up in lewistown. Ohio a joint venture between gm and lg. Like i say according to inside hof the construction work is already done. The buildings are up the reeves on on. But you can see the buildings going up and surely there is so much still to do. But within several months they are on target to have that facility finish. There is an unhealthy obsession with watching tesla build factories and the busiest aspects of germany. Right now is probably drones above some way just outside of berlin or maybe texas facility asli. They're all the gigafactory is being built. Gm's with algae is coming along very nicely baking. It'll be out of the oven soon. And they company will install manufacturing equipment later this year. Production starts in two thousand nine hundred twenty two the spending two point three billion dollars on it. It's going to create one thousand one hundred new jobs in lordstown ohio and they're gonna make about thirty gigawatt hours annually of cells which is huge. It puts them just behind. Tesla's gigafactory in nevada. Funnily enough okay. Let's move on and on the podcast next. We're going to be talking about what's fascinating story next on the show an official look into battery safety and that's not to say that batteries are unsafe in any possible way but the american. Nhtsa nitsa is creating and a battery initiative for visas to coordinate looking at things like the research the investigations and the safety standards around battery safety. And that's a good thing because you know these are incredibly safe like the comic is themselves and the battery. Maker's is an amazing job with this. I feel so safe driving around. Evt's and you just think about because we've had cars combustion costs for hundred years. You don't think i'm driving. I'm putting my family and my baby inside a car which is carrying around litas. Some gallons of very high highly combustible liquid blows up. I mean when you look at the fire department and the fire brigade stats on cough. Is they've really coleman. And so when there's an incident of course it makes the news because they're so rat but normal 'cause burned down all the time. So i feel very safe driving a navy if you're drive already but it's really good news. The nhtsa has created an initiative to look at the kind of coordinated analysis of data investigations. When there's a crash an anon- crash event and look at diagnostics and even cybersecurity as well. That's all very important. According to the website Techno codex this initiative nitsa that it will conduct investigations into safety related defects in vs and be a central point on battery safety. That's very very important. Lots of people are doing this. But i think it will give consumers more confidence.

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PROMOTED TO CHRONIC

Big Book Podcast

04:20 min | Last week

PROMOTED TO CHRONIC

"Career girl preferred solitary drinking the blackout. Kind often hoping she'd stay that way for keeps but providence had other ideas. I wasn't always alcoholic. In fact it has only been within the last fifteen years that i changed from a fairly normal control drinker into an alcoholic. I don't mean that. I went to bed one night. A normal drinker and awoke the next morning as an alcoholic. It wasn't that simple. I started drinking socially and at parties. And proms when i was about twenty years old. I didn't like it particularly at first. But i did like the effect i got from it. It made me feel quite grown up and mature. And i think another added attraction was the fact that so far is my family was concerned it was forbidden and it had a special attraction for that reason after a while i really did enjoy drinking and what it did to me and i became dependent on it for every occasion eventually. The day came when i was dependent upon it even when there wasn't any occasion when i didn't have anything else to do a dull evening at home i'd sneak a few drinks upstairs in my room and that began to be a habit in nineteen thirty nine. I went on my first weeks. Bender of solitary drinking locked up in a hotel room because my family opposed my coming marriage. I figured that. Perhaps if i went ahead with that marriage which i was sure was right for me. That would be the answer to my drinking problem. I thought i would be quite happy. And never would i drink too much again. So i that i think my first feeling of fear came with my first week. Solitary drinking locked up in that hotel room. The hotel management knowing that something was wrong sent for doctor. The doctor apparently realizing that one thing that i certainly needed was sleep. Left a bottle of sleeping pills there and in my drunken state i took them all instead of the one or two he had prescribed. If it hadn't been for an alert hotel made. I might have died then from that time on. Fear was with me. Because i realized that not only would i not remember what happened to me while i was drinking but apparently i couldn't control what happened and there didn't seem to be anything to do about it. Having passed over the border line the next five years were filled with fear failure and frustration tragedies during those years that were caused by drinking such as the breaking up of my marriage. The death of my child other things had little restraining affect in fact. Sometimes they served as good excuses to drink more to forget it was in washington. Dc that this transition took place and that the really bad part of alcoholism began happening. The last christmas i spent in washington fourteen years ago comes to mind only a few days before christmas. I went to the dentist for periodic checkup. X-rays show that a couple of teeth had to come out. I hadn't been drinking much about that time for. I had begun to realize that there was something abnormal about my drinking. Although as yet i didn't realize that it was so out of control on the day set for the extractions on my way to the dentists felt a little nervous so i had a couple of drinks and after the teeth were out i was very nervous so i had a few more when i got home. My mouth was very painful. So i got an ice bag and went to bed the next day the ice bag and i were still in bed but we had a bottle to my pattern of drinking at that time had reached the point where once i really started i would retire to my bed and drink myself into oblivion. The rest of that week is pretty hazy. And so it went. I remember vaguely violent quarrels with my husband. His finding my liquor supply time and time again and throwing it out. And then my waiting until i was sure. He was asleep and stealing money from him to replenish the supply. Then i remember him coming into my room one night with a friend and telling me to get dressed. We were going away. I fought and struggled but to no avail. I was taken out of the house and put bodily into a waiting car with nothing on but a robe and gown.

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"rays" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"rays" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:58 min | Last month

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Going to need better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric rays in stingrays noah. Raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us explore the bottom of the ocean so they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic sound and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position and so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure they're not backpacks they're much lower than that but i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a tank they used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time. And then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied as less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your finger like you need.

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

06:29 min | Last month

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric rays in stingrays noah. Raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us. Explore the bottom of the ocean So they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position And so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure. They're not backpacks. they're much lower than that. But i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them. Less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology. Just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a water tank. They used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time. And then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied as less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your finger like you need a pretty good adapter wanted to charge your phone off. Electric gray Yeah no they. They were able to use the electric field effectively so that there wasn't much adaptation of the technology so they think that it could work for a pretty long term monitoring because of that because the the raise charge it themselves as they go. I know. I know that you know a lot of the mystery of the sea is because there is so much life so far down yes like an. Rv can get you can get close but it's pretty tax in hard to do and there's a lot of wildlife that doesn't come back to the surface in any way so you gotta go down to even know what's happening our electric rays and stingrays known to be able to be on the surface. Get a camera. Attached all good and then go down more than any other I don't know somebody that lives in the. Yeah yeah so these guys are a vessel. So they're not going back down. Where like the blob. Fish lives if you're thinking that that looks normal. And then you take it up to normal atmospheric pressure and it looks like a giant blob and the sad face So they're not going that deep but they are going pretty far down several hundred feet down for sure and so it's a good start. If there's there's other things that we could potentially do with this technology if you kind of if this proved really effective you can start to adapt it to try to use it. On marine mammals. Things like sea lions or elephants seals licko miles and miles and miles below the ocean. If you could find a way to to make it work for you for this use. But i think the thing that makes the raise so special here is that they really do just comb the bottom of the ocean they are stuck. Flack the bottom and so the paintings are really similar to the actual sea-surface. So i think that's that's the difference. Is they'd have to adapt it to be able to deal with the fact that an animal wasn't going flat against the seabed road challenges is how do you bring a benthic animal. How do you bring in a bischel animal up to atmospheric pressure. So do you. Then do send are obese down with little packs little backpacks and attach them while they're down there. Yeah that's definitely five steps down the line but interest and if people don't realize that we have not mapped the ocean floor very well. I don't know what the exact comparison is but what we know about the ocean is usually compared to what we know about the moon which we've been to a couple of times or on top of the ocean all the time we just don't go down to the bottom of it very often or in all the places that we would need to have a really good map. Yeah yeah i think some people depending it depends how you measure of course right but i think some people like to say that we know more about our own solar system. Then we know although shit. Yeah yeah i mean. That's the kind of comparison you make right. It's not like we know way more about land. We're brazil land centric and most of our planet is water. So yeah yeah. I think also it turns out. We're a lot better at making things for zero gravity than than extreme atmospheric pressure which is what happens. Underwater are real quickly law enforcement agencies from the us. Germany france switzerland and the netherlands have seized the web domains and server infrastructure across five countries of vpn services in sorgi dot org safe dash line dot com and safe dash line dot net..

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:56 min | Last month

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Patients apply Capital One Bank USA n a well the oceans a big place a vast ocean floor and as much as we've learned about the ocean it's not as well mapped as long we would like it to be you want to find resources like minerals or fuel or fish or other Marine Wildlife. We're going to need better Maps Blair who can help us here wage. Oh just electric rays and stingrays. So yeah these raise these cartilaginous fish related to sharks. They are benthic animals, which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen Center for biosystems Dynamics research in Japan have completed a feasibility study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be a show me with pingers and cameras to help us explore the bottom of the ocean. So they used finger technology which you know, it's just it emits ultrasonic sound and when the sound is picked up by a ROM For the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate a position and so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they could put these back packs on these raised. I'm sure they're not backpacks. They're much smaller than that. But I like to imagine going to Camp down into the ocean and do this job for them less invasive job as you might imagine then bringing down rovs remotely operated vehicles or other technology just send those animals on their merry way. So they started with a water tank. They used cameras and three places off site and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers. They allow they did 3D reconstruction of movements over time and then based on that and the pingers they found that it was not effective. So then they plopped them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean that was pretty flat and was well plotted already so that they could verify it and it was all about 60,000 hundred twenty feet deep. So still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the Rays were very accurate. They were about 10,000 meters within the public map at most when they were recording all of the stuff..

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

07:37 min | Last month

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Five the oculus rift and even the oculus quest if you're using a link cable to connect to a pc microsoft originally said that the vr feature. Would i arrive on the hp reverb too. So that's not untrue but there are other platforms also available now. The beta test. Which ran in october does require a computer with an i. Five eighty four hundred or rising five. Fifteen hundred x paired with the ten eighty. The things i have. But i really want i mean i am not somebody who's involved in the flight simulator community. It's a whole community and people are very enthusiastic. And i know just from looking them and it makes sense to be that the idea of doing this in. Vr is kind of ideal There's a whole hobbyist community built around making your cockpit have your flight simulator in but even then you have to design it on one particular plane or try to kind of design it towards a few of them and it's not going to change whereas in vr you're put inside the cockpit of whatever plane you're flying in vr and in depth. So you really do feel like you're flying. Yeah he looked left right. It's you're you're in the cockpit again. This is not something that. I've tried personally and no idea how to fly plan. I was always horrible at flight. Simulator all crash blair. I don't know if you if you ever played any iterations of of this app growing up. But what do you what do you what do you make. Vr and flying plans. I think it would be so fun. Because it's something. I would never have the guts to do in real life of i also wonder with all these Kind of very specialized rigs for vr. If this is going to be the resurgence of arcades in our culture you know kind of after covid. Obviously but i could totally see the are arcades where you have all these special setups for different opportunities that i would. I would not buy vr equipment. That seems like way. Too heavy. Evan investment but i would love to go pay for a session at a studio. Yeah there were a few of those Getting getting off the ground and the question was would things like the quest making it cheaper to do. Vr at home mean. You wouldn't want to go to a place and then of course we all walked down and nobody could go any places It'll be interesting to see if that bounces back. We mentioned some of the technology. The stimulus bill will fund on. Monday's show but also included in the five thousand five hundred ninety three page bill. That explains why we didn't get to everything. Yesterday are some penalties against copyright infringement. That you might want to be aware of for instance. One provisions of the bill makes it a felony not a misdemeanor. A felony to quote willfully and for purposes of commercial advantage or private financial gain offer or provide the public a digital transmission service of unauthorized media and it carries penalties of up to three years five if the person should have known that the work was being prepared for commercial or public performance and ten years for multiple offenses airtime at ten years in jail. Ten years in prison yes penalties of up to three years in prison five years in prison or ten years in prison it does not apply to users of a service and public knowledge believes it won't impact streamers who include unlicensed works as part of their stream so it's targeted at. I'm taking the nfl network and rebroadcasting service. That's who they're going after. It's hard to tell from the language how it might be applied though because remember copyright. Trolls will try to take what you wrote. It doesn't matter why you wrote it and try to apply it to their own ends. The bill also includes the case act which creates a copyright claims board to be part of the us copyright office that claims board would rule on copyright claims and order payments of up to thirty thousand dollars. Now it's being compared to a small claims court but it's not a court. It'll consist of claims. Officers not judges if a claim is filed against you. You must respond in a specific manner outlined in the law within a limited period of time. Or you will be stuck with whatever. Penalty has been decided on and this will make it easier to file cases again. The reason they're saying they want this law to help. Smaller artists fight back against copyright infringement. But it does seem to favour companies with large amounts of lawyers as defendants in fact. The electronic frontier foundation warns that this could increase copyright trolling the practice of filing a lawsuit against someone without the resources to fight it so that you can either stick them with a penalty or get them to settle out of court because they can't afford to fight it. When this sort of got broken down in the first article that i read Late last night. I was like There are times when someone's aka to watch this movie. I have it. And i'm like yeah sure i'm going to jail for three years even if i can argue that. I didn't really know what i was doing type thing. That does not sound like what's going on here. It's like you mentioned tom. If i am carrying an nfl stream willfully with the knowledge. That i shouldn't do it and offering to the public on some level and keeping money out of the hands of the original broadcaster. That is different but it is ambiguous enough that i know a lot of people were kind of freaked out because there are lots of ways that people get information. The copy read stuff. Sounds like a mess. Honestly it sounds like just a total mess. And i mean we have. Copyright infringement is just on you know putting stuff on youtube every so often and sometimes they make sense. Sometimes they don't and a lot of people have it worse and this doesn't seem to lay out anything that makes more sense to me and it seems like it will hurt smaller creators rather than help them. Well yeah there's so much going on here and into boil it down to make it simple. These were not necessary to be part of a stimulus bill. They were forced into the bill before people could have enough time to really read it and understand it and win the major downside of this kind of thing. Is that if you if you assume the best of intentions. Let's just pretend they had the best of intentions. If you don't have enough is on it looking at how it could be misinterpreted and misused. It will be misinterpreted and misused and this is going to be signed into law. This is going to be a lot. Does have a sunset provision of twenty twenty three so it may not stay law but thom tillis senator. Thom tillis who who was behind. These provisions has a whole dmc a revision that he wants to push forward now as well. So we're going to get more of the same coming down the line and i mean you're somebody who's who's streaming online as well the impact to you too. Yeah it's it's very frustrating to hear about how this is all progressed and just how. Needless things have been tacked on when really just people needed a lifeline. That's all this is about. The bill was supposed to be about helping people get through. Ovid you get through. Covert restrictions recover from economic disruption. We'll flow you a little money but if you stream something boy are really screwing. I know that links make money by streaming now in addition to your normal day job well let me make it harder for you. Yeah and again. It's all about the misinterpretation. I'm fine with like. Oh they wanna stop these industrialized people who rebroadcast streams of.

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"rays" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on WWL

"Gets pushed back to almost a 50 yard extra point. And Praetor would missed a makeable field goal earlier in the game makes this extra point and the Lions win 23 22 0, By the way, my only lost to today I like to still isn't a Packers today and I had the Falcons, which oh, by the way, if they had settled for the field goal and ended up winning the game. By one point, I would have only gotten push out of it because it happens. We're one point favorite. So when he scored that touchdown, at least it gave me a chance for a win. That didn't happen because Lions went down the field and scored the Lions get to three and three on the year more power to him that I don't think they were a play off team. And the Falcons after winning their first game under their new coach, coach Morris last week. Just basically hand one to the Lions today, Exciting game exciting end to mediocre teams to be completely honest with you. Same thing in the Browns and Bangles. Joe Burrow and Ah was once again a ah, full time. Looks like a veteran quarterback threw for over 400 yards. But he was the second best quarterback on the field because Baker Mayfield, who was awful in the first period of the game, really turned it up five touchdowns, even though they lost Odell Beckham. And if you haven't seen this play yet, ah, one of the pics that Baker Mayfield throated through today and he did throw couple pics but also to five touchdown passes. Ah, Oh, BJ, attempting to make a tackle. Leaves his feet for some unknown reason. You have to see the replay of this. He doesn't even make the tackle, and he makes this awkward attempted a tackle. And he goes down and I think he blows out a Ni O. Steal of home attempt. Any Dodgers and the Rays. Damn That was close, and he was called out of the play. Was it a Ros Arena? Might have been. He just takes off Kershaw with the big stretch season matter corner of his eye. Gets Oh, maybe got his hand in there. The ball absolutely beats the runner to the plate. But does the tag get down? Yeah, he's out. They called him out. And he is out. Was Margot trying to steal home? He came up and immediately made the sign for go to the headset. I got my hand in there. I don't think he did. I think this will stand. He tagged him on the front and you gotta meet up, But I don't know when we had the last steal of home in a World Series game, But the Rays attempted to tie it up with a steal of home here in the bottom of the fourth inning, anyway, give the Browns credit for there. Come from behind victory improved to five into that's a really good division. You've got the undefeated Steelers the on by five and one Ravens. And the five into Brown's All three of those teams look like playoff teams to me in the Bangles might be 15 and one, but they've gotta be happy with their rookie quarterback once again showed that it can compete and throw out what anyone in this league bills and Jets jets were up 10 Nothing early, Their offense completely disappeared. After the second period, the bend but didn't break defense didn't work for the Jets. Today. They held the bills out of the end zone. The Bills didn't score a touchdown today. They did kick kick six field goals and a win. 18 10 and I saw this note. Ah, the Bills won a game that they did not score a touchdown in And did not punt in The Bills. Punter never actually made it onto the field today. The last time this happened in the National Football League was only 79 years ago. In a game between Washington and Brooklyn. That's right. Brooklyn once had a professional football team and Washington with a team that didn't score a touchdown and didn't punt and still found a way to win. Get her getting creative on how they lose football games. But that's okay because it's a good year to have the first overall pick in the draft Sam Donald to a couple of bad interceptions today. The Jets will come to the podium and announced its Ah, they're taking trouble. Lawrence. If they have the number one overall pick and I think the team that's going to give him the most competition is the Jacksonville Jaguars, who actually made a little bit of a run today in the game against the Chargers tried to get up 16 Nothing early. Jacksonville rallied and took the lead. In the end of the second quarter of 10. Herbert went out and picked him apart in the second half. Jacksonville just bad football team to get a really bad football team. The Giants are one in six. But I actually thought they hung tough against the Eagles. They Montag against a couple of good teams did hear. I think the Giants are actually you'll win a couple of games. I think it gets in Jag's playing for that number one pick all the way to the wire. We'll get more info on that and everything in the NFL week ate, some teams will actually have their season half finished. Too many, not because of Covitz advised, but that's we'll save that for next week. Looking forward to talking to you guys next week, thanks to shut from the fight last two hours here, have a great sports week. I'll be back here on CBS Sports Radio next weekend. It's Jane. And if you're.

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"rays" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"Make an argument for the rays. They are probably a better team than people realize this dodgers offense is very scary and the raise if they don't pitch well, we'll be up against it the margin for error for Tampa Bay in this series I think is pretty small so. You know if you don't want to. Take on that risk. Then you either take the dodgers or you find a more creative way to play this series. I won't have a series price Kudos anybody that has the rays from before the season if you do you've got some decisions to make here at how you want to hedge. If the dodgers went game. One hedging becomes very difficult if the raise win game one well either let it ride or you get your pretty decent price on the dodgers. So that's kind of tough question you have to answer here as you go throughout but from a game by game standpoint like I said, you know. I think you'd probably look for a little bit lower scoring of an environment. The rays are not a good offensive team. They're fine. They're not on the dodgers level. You'll. They're not walking as much as they did in the regular season. So that's a bit concerning to me. They do strike out a lot so I you probably look for a lower scoring environment and if you get lower scoring that does benefit the. Raise. So again, I think that there are cases you can make on both sides of this series I don't really have a well defined series price, but I do want to see how things start to play out here, and again you know I do wonder about how the dodgers are going to set up their rotation for the Middle Games here of this series like I said if we have a game seven, I'll talk. About it next Monday on the show if we don't, then I'll just simply focused on a recap of the baseball season. I'll do that either way talk about what these sixty games meaning to me. Again, talk about some of the philosophical differences I'll make going into the two thousand and twenty one season. But for now, let's just enjoy the world series because you know what a few months ago. It didn't look like we're. Going to get to this point, the playoff bubbles have worked no new positive cases for Major. League. Baseball and over fifty days..

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"rays" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

10:24 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on The MLB Show

"Me ask you this e because. . In, , twenty seventeen, , there was this new core coming up right. . And the thought was hey. . Unexpected Ron made the playoffs one game away from the world series and I remember even the wildcard game against Minnesota that year was like just let this core group get a playoff series under their belt so that they get some experience and can grow with it. . You got within one game of the world series one one of the world series it didn't happen. . Now, , there's a postseason failure in eighteen in one, , thousand, , nine hundred and get to the brink again, , it doesn't happen in twenty losing game five of the LDS. . At this point. . Does it still if you're part of that group. . visit. . Still feel like you're ascending or do you start wonder if you've plateaued Now, you , deficit they just sending I mean especially, , those guys are so young you know what I'm saying like. . <hes> inexperience in you know in age. So . <hes>. . Yeah I. . Mean You know going back over that run like seventeen we had to run. . With all those young kids in. . Out though I didn't I had I, , didn't think it was gonna make the playoffs just just because we went to the playoffs in seventeen and everybody had career years we're coming back. . You know with a young team I just I was surprised that we made the playoffs gotta ask. . <hes> about a red sox end. . In the next year, , I thought nineteen, we , were set up to. . To to make a great run a debrecen. . Obviously, we , didn't do that. . NFL This year you know is short season everything went on. . So just to be able to to get out there and play and compete I think guys are excited. . You know excited I mean I think is a lot to build on I. . Don't think. . I don't think you can up this year with the rest of them just because it was such a short season you don't think any. . There's no like wondering are we the you know late nineties braves early two thousand braves where we're going to. . We're GONNA get to a certain now they won one in ninety five to be fair to them. . But then you know they're winning division after division after division losing to the playoffs losing the playoffs listen to play. . Yeah I mean it does that enter the mind of this group at this point. . <hes>. . I. . Like I'm not in a group anymore so. . I can't. . Really tell you if they're starting to feel like that or not. . You know. . I was never I was never in that position I was about to say as a young player would. . Myself as when I was young, , I always felt like I had time like like August time to do you know what? ? I'm saying I got time to do, , and then like I say, , I, , always bring up a seven because that was our year like we put it all together and that was a year and didn't happen. . So starting panicking. . So. . You would have to ask the guys individually which year they thought that they were GonNa win in when it doesn't happen that year then you start panicking like shit maybe this this may not have you know hand. . Right now all those guys play for the Yankees in they noted that the organization will do whatever they can to try to win auto free agents, , auto players, , and so no I think that they got time you. . and. . The reality is the starting rotation. . Looked a lot different than what they had set out for because you thought you were going to have Severino James Paxton right behind Garrett Cole and you didn't, , and obviously that changes the equation and made you have to use the bullpen differently, , etc. . Now, , I, , WanNa talk about coal for a minute see look if there's One Guy. . Who acquitted himself beautifully in this Yankees. postseason. . . It was Garrett Cole I. . Mean This Dude was everything they could've asked for he gives up one hit in this game and who knows if it's not for some weird wall overhang that Aaron judge got to familiar with maybe he doesn't even give up any hits in his five and a third innings. . He. . He really delivered and that you have to feel good about knowing okay. . This guy is going to shove exactly the way you want him to this time of year yet. . That was great to watch him be able to go out before. . As that I know he wants you know what I'm saying. . So it'll be good not this time next year everything rolling around you'll be fans in the stands and. . Hopefully. . We can have that Yankee Stadium proxy magic, , and. . Readiness. . All the way to to we're supposed to be, , which is a berated. . I. . What about pitching on three days Resi. . What feels different like do you notice like all my arm isn't as strong I mean what? ? What what makes it a more difficult challenge when you're not pitching on your normal rush when you're pitching on short rest, , it's not necessarily like your are <hes> being source. . It's like everything else like little aches Oh you know you know you didn't get your. . Your full arrest so you can't really overthrow <hes>. . You know watching that I felt like he was trying to give his normal effort <hes> their first ending everything was up. . You know he was all kind of all over the place. . Any just kinda settled in you know what I'm saying he gave us time you take a little longer than than usual and. . He kinda settled into the game was able to find this delivery. . That's the one thing about picking three days you have to find your delivery like. . Were percent. . Can you pitch at whether that? ? Sixty, , five, , percent seventy, , five, percent, , , eighty, , five percent. . You know what I'm saying like you have to find that was going to make you be able to strikes in and be effective. . So <hes>, , if it seems like you've found that right at the right time, , you got to strike out and you know he kinda he kinda sail from <hes> after that I mean you have to Solo homer to tomatoes and then you know almost today what's that guy's name? ? You say his name well over process l. no the guy run our arousal arise arena Larussa Rhody. . Almost curveball out but other than that. . You know he pitched great. . So <hes> yeah like you said I mean he delivered and and you know going forward <hes> that he'll be able to to to pitch in these situations you know several be able to pitch any situation. . We saw what money can do to two nights ago. . Yeah. . Your boy came man Monte the Frazier Bryant Man, , these guys these guys are in a good spot. . So like I said nobody I don't think anybody in their Hispanic and not player. . Wise. . Anyway, , you know that that's is the fans in the front office and stuff. . You are the master of pitching on three days Resi and because of that even though it has a little less punch because the Yankees lost this game compared to what it would have been if the Yankees won this game. . I want explore that a little bit further with you because you you did it a lot. . I mean the way you did it in. . Milwaukee with multiple starts down the stretch over and over again as you were just in Bistro and then we saw it in the nine playoffs as well where you did it the entire Oh nine playoffs and delivered you did it in game one and four of the AL CS is at it again in Games one and four the world series. . What kind of advice did you offer Garrett Cole as he was getting ready to do it for the first time in his career as someone who did a lot and did it in big stages? ? You know what I didn't and I was watching the first thing that I was like man Fuck I should've called. . You know what I'm saying. . But I didn't he's he gates. . He's he he figured it out on his own. . You know what? ? I'm saying, , I don't need to call bad like he'll call me if he did something. . Yeah so I don't I don't want to bother him. . I don't WanNa call him I know how he is. . You know know the days before you know the day of leading up to historic. . So you know I I don't want to call him but please believe I'll facetime mining when I figured out that he was making start. . Well whatever you told Monte in the face time, , it worked out really pitch well and game four and I was encouraged. . You know see if we go through this game, , there's not there's not a lot to nitpick and say, , okay, , this could have been done differently. . This could have been done differently. . We've just lost a game and. . You just lost a baseball game to. . All the time where we go to Tampa or we we play apple you know what I'm saying. . So that's why I was so scared to play them in the playoff series because. . That's the one team that I know that can fucking Peterson the series and they know it too. . Yep Yet one hundred percent. . It's how I felt last year too when they were playing the Astros and people like Oh we want the race I was like the race competing in the. . Last. Year . to we would have been counted the same. . You know what I'm saying we would have been a seven game series for sure if they beat <hes> if last night got typically fucker pitches. . Right move coming for the first. . and. . On the whole right I mean this is this is not what you are looking forward to. . If you're major league baseball as far as ratings go I believe the Yankees when all is said and done at the end of this s I think they're gonNA have nine of the top ten highest rated games thus far in the playoffs they're going to have been involved in. . So you know you better believe that there are going to be people who are wishing that the Yankees went as deep as possible for the sake of you know the economics of the sport, , but from a pure. . David Goliath baseball storyline, , and there is something amazing even though it's not going to make my stomach feel-good or your Z. about the Tampa Bay rays and they're twelve dollar payroll. . Taken down the big bad Yankees and Brosseau hitting the home run off Chapman after that like there's something crazy about that story how many times it I tell you that's not the way we do my career I'm not into. . The raise but winning visit. . I kept telling you that. . The fucking raise

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"rays" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on The MLB Show

"You Boo. Well. This is. This is the way I look at it. I think they were saying and we'll get to coal I. think they were saying Coal Britain Chapman take me as long as you can go and then if I have to fill in the rest I'll fill in the rest how I have to like. I, think what he didn't want was jeopardy was never going to be at the end, but he was like that. The only way he was going to be at the end is if you're. Or if Chappie was so efficient with his outs, like he got those first two outs on six total pitches, right? If he somehow. Got, through that eighth with with twenty. Twenty total pitches thrown I think I think boonies pushing them out there for the night if they've taken the lead but if they're tied or if he's tired, he may have said what we're going to need someone else. Anyway I might as well go to Greenie but I But to way we use our relievers all year because we have. So many of them lined up. Yeah I hate I hate them to sit down and get like are like you know what I mean like never they never. So you would do that shit two times he don't ever do that. You don't sound like we're set up during the season. It's like Greenie Brit Auto. Chappie. Or some kind of order those four guys. Never, they never get the last out, sit out and go back out. So you do that two times like that I mean that's that's a that's a real thing like to sit down and getting up like going back for the anyway always felt nervous about Dylan's is doing that too I hate it when they put him in for the last for him to get four out. Yeah, I feel like. All. Of Our guys way we using the three hour. Gosh. Just because of the way we use them during the season like the raise the way they said they they go. You know six, seven all the time. These guy. Yeah. It's just not the way. That's what I'm saying this is not the way we use them, and then now we have to use them like this game five, which is. If that's the case. And that's the thing. Right it's hard to argue with the overall job. The pitching staff did tonight I mean my gosh, they gave up two runs but. If you're GONNA match the raise in this game. Y-y-you can't even give that up right I. Mean You you and the problem was, and this is where I think this team really Miss Tommy keenly. Right we were a guy or too short. With this pen and last year you went into the playoffs and you said you got Otto Cain, league, Green Britain Chapman. He felt really good about five right and and you would felt by Dow into if he if he had been healthy if was healthy. Yeah and this year you kind of felt like you had three guys and you wondered where it would rear its head and it's hard to say the overall game was determined by that because they didn't hit. But the rays pitching was so good that you needed to go just a little. Bit longer matching them before you broke like my whole mentality, which was the same thing I thought last year in game six was Chappie was I get get the Yankees up next inning with a tie just get them that about and that's how I felt. I felt yet the bats in the ninth inning one one. Let me see the at bats at one one in the ninth inning just get there and they couldn't get there and that's where you could say, oh, they were a little short in in the chain link fence of the bolt in. The last couple of years what I was saying to you privately as. We were GONNA win the world series last year. You know or two years ago I guess even in Seventeen Dilbert Matanzas throw big innings for us. You know what? I'm sayin'. Yeah. for the Yankees this version of the Yankees, the win at amount of Venus had to get out because. Yeah. You can't not him. He pitches. Every big. In situations during the season and into the playoffs, then he doesn't get out there a juice. You need to trust them you need to force trust him. He has the beginning to us to win yams and that's just the way our is set up and like, and then we get misinformation where we we just don't use it the way we use it the whole year it has this crazy I don't know I know man I it's it's frustrating and and you know there's no. Look. If you're looking at the series overall, the obvious second guess, which was a I guess is the pitching decision with happen Garcia that's-that's the blunder from the series that will hang over the series. Within game five. There are little things like we can pick right but there's not this obvious like, oh my gosh, what were you doing? There's more so alike man, they got one more big hit and they pitched a little better and it's like that's what I. It's tough it. That's where I come back to like I. Think there especially at this time of year, there are slightly better Ma manufactured and equipped team to handle these moments and that was the difference in this game five. The rays were a little better equipped to handle a game like this man you know it's crazy to like we've been getting like like. Crushing Losses Aung San like he's been besides eighteen, we got our asses kicked by.

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"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Is going to have to be something between they have no draft picks. Absence of them. No cap space really but you can't go full rebuild when you've got a quarterback like Shawn Watson, the current roster is not built to win I think they're going to have to trade some of the players and hope for development from some of the younger guys I'll. Just about everything other than Shawn Watson is tradable at this point, it's mostly A. Blackstone stomped. And they're going to have to keep Watson healthy out there trying to win games from a problem for them. That's going to be exactly that's a huge problem. So what Zach Guy Solo? They need a GM. And I don't believe in this rebuilding stuff. They need a good offensive, blind defensive line. They believe they have the quarterback they gave him a lot of money voting under the radar a little bit. The Shawn Watson has not been. Both Tom Brady Anderson. Lock. Under the under the radar, the radar is ten points under the radar right now for Guy Solo. Kill your scoring average for the season five's couldn't believe any word. Today now, they can have a conversation off camera cowlishaw blackstone that's our showdown just like they used to do. The newsroom at the Dallas Morning News. Seventy second all-time meeting between blackstone cal on showdown and the matchup said. cowlishaw forty one lack of stone thirty, two, you both Lamar Jackson did not practice today for the rabies. He's got an issue missed yesterday's practice as well. First Time in his career he miss back to back regular season practices. I'm going to ask something or nothing in Tim they play the Bengals this weekend would you bench him? No, I'm.

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"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

"See the bears defense live up to what it occasionally plays like, but doesn't always play like they're going to need it tonight. I expect to see Tom Brady put on a shelf as far as prime time. This is first time in a box uniform. To. Like what they see blackstone? Took the injuries don't slow down the running game for the bucks and you know what that defense for the bears is GonNa have to if they're going to have any chance in this game, bears have never beaten Tom Brady I. Don't think it's going to have that right Five polls ever lost Tom Brady though that's my question for you stone I. Solo. Somehow Tom. Brady has kind of floated onto the radar at the start of the football season, but you know what the bears got what they deserved. Their quarterback. He was undefeated. What was so wrong with keeping vehicles on the bench let them come in as a super sub every once in a while they made the move too soon look what happened where did we come down on Frank? Silvis, saying Tom Brady. Radar we've talked. Yeah okay. Going the wrong way for solo slowly gets right there been mentioned. Imagine that at one of these political debates by the way. Now from Texas, firing, Bill O'Brien, it's still crashing urge JJ WATT heat exchange with O'Brien reportedly whether that was the last straw or the first time the team considered players this dynamic after all the trades I'd like to view of that and also as dots are being connected daboh Sweeney Woody, go play on the Shawn Watson against when he says, he's not thinking about that Eric be enemy the question Meena is this a tear down and rebuild their way to reload a team that was up twenty four nothing like Casey in the playoffs months ago. The truth is.

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"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:18 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Out. Dodgers padres last night. This was off the charts L. A. up to going into tonight that's the checkmate but every move before that which shadows back throw. Tot teases. Could've been go ahead home run bellinger's Rob Grad Roll Celebration I. See again, the history of baseball has anyone ever done this. And how everybody came back around again later, the game to decide at all this was just amazing. That's where I want to start him. Was this all good was this park good park bad behavior or was this conduct unbecoming of the playoff game? I think it was almost all good and I don't want to be. against. The dodgers for the PADRES, but it's a little better if that homerun goes ahead and goes out or the padres find a way to win in the ninth when they loaded up the basis because a one one series with these with the rivalry that they're they're building these days would be terrific right now it looks like it's Kinda over but bellinger's catch for a guy who part of his career has been a first base. To make that in center field off teas that was as good as and then if I could ask, you point blank Tim between the bat throw and the hat throw what was morgue regis. Neither one, a lot of play throw the throat stuff at each other if they want to one each. and. SORTA. Yeah I just cannot get over Manny Machado, throw it back triumphantly, and then don't you wind me. Getting, upset over. Had elapsed like manny is batting one, thirty six so far in the postseason but I think is self awareness rating might be even lower dude in just happened I thought it was both were fine. It was an electric moment you tim mentioned cody bellinger first baseman making that catch off of hit from A. The drama, the emotion of it, our colleague. Jeff. Passan pointed out this postseason baseball in especially in a moment when they're no fans, we need this sort of emotion. We need these sort of place to fill the gap and they did go solar. Now there was a lot of talk over the weekend when the Great Bob Gibson passed away and we know what retribution was in baseball. You Act like that. You're going to get a baseball probably your hip. If you're lucky, that's what you want it thrown. So Manny Machado started this and that's what was funny about it. You're the one who incited the. Dodgers. So now when you're winning or you're you're the one making a play, you're excited when the dodgers make a play, you're the first one to get upset you come across the ultimate front runner I say Bravo to everything that the dodgers did starting with that cash. They give it right back to Manny Machado and what made it great. He didn't like blackstone. I enjoyed all. Manned Machado he threw the bat not at them but at his own guys I mean that was in electric moment as as Meena said, so I'm cool with that everybody should be cool with that. This is the excitement that we want in in Games. This is what makes it fun, and then for a pitcher to do what I've never seen a pitcher to. That was fantastic till I. mean that was returning the favor. Shane Bieber was asked about that on in today and he said he was cool with it all. Just it's just a joy that's in the game. Now, we don't have to play by these stinking old rules that they used to have that up a ball.

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"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

06:05 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Around the Horn

"A forfeit proper punishment. It. Is Time to blame the titans but a forfeit would introduce some really tricky concert per. Players and teams not named the Titans and I understand why everyone wants it everyone wants to tie ins to be punished right now I get that but the problem is there's multiple problems from a football perspective given the bills and the steelers you'd have to give them both wins here would infuriate the rest of the AFC especially in a season where the number one seed is more important than ever. But more important is the issue of player pay which you alluded to nobody knows if the players not on the titans on the bills and steelers would actually get paid for the forfeits. The season they collective bargaining agreement saying they wouldn't get paid if games were suspended or cancelled but as a forfeit a suspension or cancellation either no and I guarantee you the owners and the NFL PA with locking on this I think for that reason, both sides would probably push for postponement extension of the season because they don't want this to go to war right goes. Incredibly irresponsible of the titans there should be some type of punishment that the organization you want to find them money obviously take away draft picks. I'm not ready to take that step yet for a forefront. I'll tell you what if I were on the titans and I wasn't one of the players involved and I get it. You know I'm going to be upset with my team but I got rank and file members in my union telling me that I should be getting paid for a game check and only sixteen of them. I'd have an issue with that the team should be fine takeaway draft picks. This should be certain standards said if this continues that's another story. But you would prefer for a season where Tennessee maybe finish the year with thirteen games played fourteen games played but not giving them a loss for this. Well and also bring up a good point. You know we have rearrange your schedule ready for them. You can still extend this season maybe one more week, but you're going to get to a point where you cannot make up these games and Tennessee has to pay them and blackstone. Well I'm not going to pretend anymore like we're GONNA get through this NFL season with everybody playing the certain the same amount of games I mean that's just not going to happen the way things are going right now. So who do you blame in this situation? Obviously, you got to blame the players but you know what you know these players are unlike players in other leagues right? They get paid by the game. That's something else we're talking about here, and so they have been inculcated over the years to think about what we gotta get our practice in for any fan who thinks that guys are lazy. Then they don't work hard at this game you look at what they're doing right now. Because this is absolutely reckless, but this is the way they've been conditioned. Now, how do you handle that I? Think forefeit is in line here because at some point you're going to have to ratchet up the stakes. How do you do that? You probably going to have to do it through postponement and see how it looks towards the end of the season but I don't have a problem right now because this is a public health crisis to implement a forfeit as a penalty to your point that this is the way players are conditioned. You referred from Titans this week they're they're standing by their decisions to gather there because this is their job is what they're saying Tim cowlishaw bring you in here. Yeah and I think we've got to do something about that mindset I go back six months to when everybody was all over deck Zeke and Dez Bryant and players putting their arms around each other just for a workout back with this stuff was all pretty new. There's nothing new about it. Now we saw the problems baseball had getting teams through games. Players have to know better and Kevin said you blame the players and that's I but there's also a report of possibly coach being one. Of these workouts, offsite workouts. So I, I think you start with the massive million dollar fine and you give the money to covid relief in Tennessee and you find him a first round pick if they can't play this week I, still want to stop short for now of forfeiting Games player payment I think we all agree with you mean, it's a huge deal possibly something they. They have to be able to work this out the bills get paid. The NFL has to foot that Bill Meena. Allow me to introduce you to the. Ab Yes but not only do I think they'd be reluctant to pay the players for these. Games after making that agreement, I'm not saying it's right. I'm just trying to save these react there anticipating that this is GonNa keep happening. So if they agreed to it now, are they going to agree to it if more games are forfeited instead of canceled or suspended I? Don't think so I think both sides with digging role since you say that this isn't just about now it's about the next one measure it's Only punitive or do they need to be corrective if I could say it like that Frank I saw on the NFL's going to be thinking how are we going to move forward here? Not just discipline and punish one team go ahead. Yeah, and that's why I mean is talking about having the best record in the AFC this season how about one of the teams that's been punished a lot over the last ten years though spunky little little engine that could New England Patriots Bill Belichick probably thinking hang on a second I go to Kansas City without my star quarterback. Our game didn't get postponed for down the road when I'll be healthy and yet this team. How many times are we gonna bend over backwards for the titans when nobody's bending over backwards for me and my quarterback report from New England was on Gilmore. Met With Cam Newton offsite off field. They still met with each other and that is the most recent positive test for the team cal last word after the horn. We're to get to a point where we have to say to the titans. Okay. You got forty healthy players. And they've been tested negative for a long time tell him to go out and play a game and pick up some more players if you need we're not going to sit around and wait a month for your team to get help. That's the point about punitive measures corrective measures. Is it time to start talking about bubble? We've seen it work for the WNBA for the NBA for NWS L. A. Playoff bubble a end of season bubble. I offer Sir Yeah Yeah and you can delay the postseason as it comes mood the civil back a few weeks maybe have it on the Saturday we've always wanted to that was like. All right we've been here. We're GONNA move on the intensity and flat.

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"rays" Discussed on Invention

Invention

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"rays" Discussed on Invention

"In fact, x-rays are no more human invention than visible light is than though what makes x Ray special is that while we've long had the ability to produce copious amounts of visible light. It's only since around the beginning of the twentieth century a little bit before the beginning of. The twentieth century that we understood how to produce in control x-rays. And it's this power the power of the x Ray machine that we're looking at today, and that's one of the wonderful things about this episode is that this is a case where we can point to one individual one scientist, one visist, and and Adelphi dare key role in this turning point in history. Yeah, I think a lot of inventions are kinda murkier, right? Like a lot of things that we think of as inventions are actually just like slight modifications of something that came before this is a case where there really was a tremendous sudden breakthrough and it had far reaching effects all over the world, it just try to imagine the time before x-rays before say x-rays in a diagnostic medical context, we now know x-rays are useful for a lot more than just medicine. But just think about going to the doctor, and maybe having something wrong inside you at a time when there were no xrays. Yeah. This reminds me of the old saying about how book is man's best friend outside of a dog. Oh was that. Because inside of a dog. It's too dark to see. But it is dark inside the body. And it was it was a truly darken in many other ways before the X Ray. Because before x-rays the best way to peer inside the living body. It was to look through a natural aperture using what you would call the old knife scope. Yeah, basically. Yeah. If you if you didn't have a natural aperture to look into you would have to make one you'd have to cut one. And it's I think it was really difficult to overstate the importance of this bit of medical technology. The ability to see how bones and tissues are aligned to see what might be wrong with him. What's broken? How are they healing? But to use a very basic example that comes up a lot discussing the x Ray. And the advent of x Ray technology is you have an individual who is shot with a with a by a gun a bullet enters their body now sometimes the bullet exits the body but other times it does not how do you find the bullet? Well today, we can x Ray somebody find the foreign Matt matter in Honan wherever you need to remove it from. But prior to this one might have to do a bit of searching, and sometimes the bullet couldn't be found at all which can have dire results in eighteen eighty one. For instance, US president James Garfield was shot and subsequently died in large part because they could not find the bullet. That story is actually weird and worth reading about in depth. You ever get a chance to the the assassin was guy named Charles Julius Gaito who he was this dude who thought that he had helped James Garfield, get elected. And so he thought that God was telling him that he had been like a special appointment coming to him. Like he deserved a console ship or something and he ended up shooting James Garfield. But it's often been said that Garfield death was not caused directly by the assassin's bullet. But by the failures of medicine at the time because he didn't die until eleven weeks after he was shot. A not only could the doctors not find the bullet inside him. They had to keep digging around looking for it with like the unsterile. Sized equipment and dirty hands of the time probably leading to the infections of the wound which ended up killing him. Now. I don't I don't want to imply that the X Ray, of course, is our only way of understanding what's going on inside the body or diagnosing illnesses, but it is tremendously important. And as one of the reasons that x rays are taken so often that is why I venture to say everyone listening to this podcast has received an x Ray in their life. I'm sure you've received multiple x-rays. I would be I would be shocked. If there was anyone out there who has never received an x Ray, and you should be thankful that x rays are so much safer today than they were when they were first invented..

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"rays" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"rays" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"At the rays, and she said because of the clean break, and it doesn't not Flintoff factor down into her delete that he was confident he could repair it, and we could wait longer and it wouldn't put her in jeopardy. I understand that the reward money is now I think what thirteen thousand dollars and maybe a little bit more. Do we know anything at all about who? Did this? It looks like there there may be video at the apartment building. So we're actively working with Long Beach PD and Long Beach animal care services. Of course, they're heading the investigation, and we've actually had a lot of tips coming in from people in the neighborhood who thought they heard some Diener overheard, something or something. So yes, the reward money keeps claiming we keep getting emails and comment out asking how you know, people can contribute to that that reward money, and if anyone wants to contribute, they can just send us a pay pal or send us funds and just say that it's specifically for the reward. And if anyone has any information were asking them to call Long Beach animal care services, they have a special investigation unit and the person assigned to her chief. His name is Roderick. They this is now on the national news. So animal care services has been completely overwhelmed with phone calls. So please leave a message. You know, if anyone has any information be very. Specific with your name and your phone number repeat the phone number twice. And they are returning phone calls in order that they get them Rodericks specific number directly to him is five six two seven zero three zero eight six, and we're taking you know, any information, right? Okay. Diana, cly, say presidents have fixed Long Beach pet sales with some good news thereabouts. Khloe, diana. Thanks. Thanks for the time. The British Prime minister battling for her political life. We go to London next when KNX in-depth continues. This.

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"rays" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"rays" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The x rays and she had because of the clean break. And it doesn't it's not you know, what one factor down into her delete that he was confident he could repair it, and we could wait longer wouldn't put her in jeopardy. I understand that the reward money is now I think what thirteen thousand dollars and maybe a little bit more. Do we know anything at all about who? Did this? It looks like there may be video at the apartment building. So we're actively working with Long Beach PD and Long Beach animal care services. Of course, they're heading the investigation, and we've actually had a lot of tips coming in from people in the neighborhood to the thought they heard some Diener overheard, something or something. So yes, the reward money keeps climbing we we keep getting emails and comments out asking how you know, people can contribute to that that reward money, and if anyone wants to contribute, they can just send us a pay pal or send us funds and just say that it's specifically for the the reward. And if anyone has any information, we're asking them to call Long Beach animal care services. They have a special investigation unit and the person assigned to her cheeks. His name is Roderick. They this is now on the national news. So animal care services has been completely overwhelmed with phone calls. So please leave a message. You know, if anyone has any information be very. Specific with your name and your phone number repeat the phone number twice. And they are returning phone calls in order that they get them Rodericks specific number directly to him is five six two five seven zero three zero eight six, and we're taking you know, any information, right? Okay. Diana cly, say president of fixed Long Beach has sales with some good news thereabouts. Khloe, diana. Thanks. Thanks for the time. The British Prime minister battling for her political life. We go to London next when KNX in-depth continues. Now, the news and brief year's Christie's. The suspect accused of sparking the holy fire has introduced plea of not guilty. And his public defender insists he's not the one. She says there is another possible suspect named in a police report. The public defender representing the accused man forest, Gordon, Clark points out that the other potential suspect lives in the area where the fire occurred, and is in fact, a volunteer fire she has been listed as. A viable suspect. And it has been said that he had the motive the opportunity coal Parnasse represents Mr Clark. And she asked that he'd be released on his own recognizance. Because of the new information this is not coming from me there. This is coming from an arson investigator at the prosecutor J John Bill says there is no other suspect that was just a theory that was tossed out there is no credible. Evidence to suggest that is the case. And we're confident that a force Clark is the correct suspect. You says the evidence against Mr Clark concludes? Text messages and audio recording threats that were made and his proximity to the fire in Santa Ana, John, Baird, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. The preliminary insurance losses from the Wolsey hill and campfires totaling just over nine billion dollars. The expectation is that that number will rise over time as people get more access to their former neighborhoods as they amend their claim as they provide more information to their insurer. With regard to the magnitude of their loss state insurance. Commissioner Dave Jones also made a point to note that there is no cap on rates. So he anticipates more insurers.

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"rays" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"rays" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Rays first pitches tonight at seven ten brother station, six forty the hurricane. Little. Not making sensible. At the same time. We gotta get it done. This Mark fame can't show. Right. Made it to Friday the Markley advan camp show. Thanks so much for being here. I'm Jay remarkably. That's David van camp. Lots to talk about it's been a long week. I think everybody's looking forward to the weekend. Right. Oh, no doubt last hour of the show Friday five down. We do every week hall. That's going to be a lot of fun. Oh, buddy. Well, so a lawyer for supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's accuser. Christine Blasi Ford said last night that she would be prepared to testify next week about these sexual assault allegations. If the terms are fair, enter safety is ensured we mentioned this yesterday, the safety part kind of irks me like what are they what are they expecting is going to happen? He's going to walk into that room. And they're going to say, you know, what we usually don't have any security here. Well, it just makes it look like, hey on, you know, a normal situation. She wouldn't have this. So I wanna make sure rude. People are going to provide keep in mind. Nobody was worried about security when there is one of the parkland dads who was rushing a supreme court nominee at the time. This is one was worried about. That Dino by God spare. Obviously fair if they need to beef up security, great do it. They want her to be as comfortable as possible. Yes. In an Email to the Senate Judiciary committee. The attorney Debra cat said that it is not impossible for four to testify on Monday as the committee had hoped. But they said, hey, maybe we can talk about the terms for any testimony. If it does in fact happen now, she doesn't want to be near Brett cavenaugh during the hearing or cavenaugh in the room while she's testifying. We can talk more about that later. She also doesn't want to be questioned by outside counsel. Meaning only the senators able to ask her questions, and she also wants to have the committee subpoena. Mark judge the friend who says. She says witnessed this alleged attack. And also she wants Brett Cavanaugh to testify. I which is not how it works. No hasn't worked that way for most of the history of civilized society in the world. No, it has not. So would you say these are demands that will not be met? I think some of them know you talk about the Mark judge subpoena. Maybe although I mean members of the committee are apparently saying no the witness doesn't get to dictate who is is an in the hearing. Yeah, I can go either way on that whether or not he's actually there Mark judges actually there, but as far as cavenaugh testifying I no way. That's no the accuser is the one who lays out the allegations. And then the accused gets an opportunity to respond. That's how it works. That's just how it works. Yes. Totally agree. They don't even know what question to ask. What am I supposed to say? If you're accused of something, and you don't really know what the accusations are how are you supposed to defend yourself before you know, what the other person's going to say? Absolutely. It's been quite a time line this week. Yeah. I think it is good to do to do this at the end of a week the way it's gone right now to look at exactly how crazy this thing has been so reviewing accusations of Christine Blasi Ford who says supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh tried to rape her in nineteen eighty two ish. Somewhere around there. We don't even know the so skipping past win. This letter was written where she lays out the allegations back in July now on Sunday, the Washington Post runs this interview with Dr Ford who goes into detail about the allegations that same day Democrats demand that Ford be heard Monday morning, Deborah Katz. One of her lawyers is asked on CNN weather. She testified answer's yes. She is willing to do it has she been asked by any of the lawmakers to do that. That's interesting the answers now. No one's asked her. Now, we've found out later that wasn't true. Now that same morning counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway says, yes, let's have that happen. Very clear again for those who just want a slice and dice. That's being said today on behalf of the president is going should not be coordination. Not be insulted Chevy heard. Right. And then Tuesday morning, the chairman of the judiciary committee. Chuck Grassley goes on the Hugh Hewitt Show and says they tried to contact Dr Ford to set up a meeting we have reached out to her in the last thirty six hours. Three or four times by Email and we've not heard from him. So it kind of raises the question do they want to do they want to come to the public hearing or not accusations? Like, this these are consideration. I'm looking into there was a protest that they didn't call. It was just emailing. Right. But we're following the timeline and then President Trump agreed saying, yes, she should be able to testify I want everybody to be happy. I think do that you have to go through this. If it takes a little delay. It'll take a little delayed. But by Tuesday night, another one of her lawyers. Lisa banks told CNN's Anderson Cooper that the hearing was rushed. And so we can't have a hearing because there has to be an FBI investigation. Her to come forward. In four or five days before the judiciary committee on national TV is not a fair process. What is the FBI going to investigate? We don't know. What year we don't know a place, right? So then Wednesday morning. The Democrats had moved the goalposts even further. You had Senator maisy Hirono says to ask her to testify was the worst thing you could do actually you do not treat a person who has gone to this. Like, oh, well, hey, how about this? I think appalling there's she has nothing to gain from coming forward. She hardly expects to be revictimizes retraumatize. This is exactly what's happening and happens way. Too often. The Republican party made the decision to come forward. She was outed by the Democrats her name. Yes. Does your fault and Republicans made room for what you were wanting to do. And then when they actually said, yes, let's let's schedule a hearing. You said, no, that's bad. Keeps moving and then last night, by the way for its lawyer was supposed to be back on CNN. And she backed out though wonder why that is that seems interesting. And of course, this culminated with a bunch of women celebrities doing this PSA with the usual tactic of everyone reading from the same script, alternating lines, repeating important lines and all of that. Oh, yes. He's guilty. Yes. You described.

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