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"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:18 min | Last month

"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Became available of Geo Rebecca. Rebecca Jones, like everybody else did when there was a bit of a kerfuffle. If you will, between governor to Santis, no matter where you are in the political spectrum, I think we can all agree that he certainly had his missteps when it comes to handling or failing to the outbreak of covert 19 in Florida. We've been critical when we've needed to be, and we've been supportive The couple of times that have gotten things right, probably accidentally. And Rebecca Jones was tasked with putting together basically a dashboard for the Health Department of Florida. And when she did so I think from what I know, she went county by county and said, Here's a report card. And when they looked at the numbers, they're like, Well, no, we can't ease restrictions anywhere. You've got to get rid of this. And I do I have it right, Rebecca and that you're like, No, I'm not going to get rid of this, and that's when push came to shove with the Florida Department of Health. Um, it's more like Ah, You know, I'm not going to change the numbers so that you can tell people there was a good reason to get rid of this. Wow, That's ah, That's gotta be pretty eye opening to Ah, anyone who takes pride in their work when it comes to protecting the interests of health for Floridians, right? Um, yeah, especially as the person who you know. Pitched that dashboard and data system and Basically nursed it and ran it by myself for he hoped. 1 16 hours a day every day without a break. Yes, it was. That sucks. It really does it all in the past. Yeah, You're right. You're right. You're right. It's your past. And certainly you know, it brought you to the forefront of awareness when it comes to Disseminating accurate covert information or as accurate as we can get when it comes to the positivity rate deaths, etcetera, and the reason I reached out today, eyes because I saw you tweet something about the two year old that reported yesterday died of Cove it But what happened today when it came to the Florida Department of Health and Healthy Florida? So when Each day. For Department of Health produces two reports where they capture people under 18 have died. One is called the Pediatric report, which has a summary of just that information, and the other is the line list of death of every person who had died in the state. Both of those on Ly shou legal Florida residents, So the only place that you can find out if non residents have died or not, is in the case line data. That I built through their RGs online system and yesterday. I mean, I checked the data every single morning I still run the Florida covert action website that Basically takes all the data that's out there, not just from D O H and their pdf reports that they don't want anybody to really see because they're like 5000 pages long but also the Department of Corrections Department emergency management. They're basically any authoritative data and puts it on one spot. And I noticed this because of that Cape flying data, and I knew it was there and I check it every single day. And so when I know tweeted out that there was a two year old boy who was listed as having died from Covina It got a lot of response. You know, it obviously hit the press. It was very tragic thing to have happened. He was living in Gambia County at the time, and that Apparently where he died. We're still trying to take chase down the official death certificates. But each morning when they send that data out, it is checked by at least four different people before it makes it online. And they don't listen. Anybody as having died until they have a death certificate in hand. So this was reviewed and entered today is That is changed from yes to N a. And when one of my reporter friends reached out to dio age because they don't answer my e mails and asked why d O H told them that they re reviewed the death certificate and determine that his death was not primarily caused by Coben. Well, they did not deny that he had it that he was hospitalized that he was admitted to the E. R. And they didn't even deny that they died. They just have re determined that he shouldn't count. And so he he appears alive in their case line data right now, even though he has died. Rebecca, you list yourself on your Twitter profiles an insubordinate scientists tracking covert 19 in Florida as a scientist. How frustrating Is it for you that something like this gets politicized on both sides of the spectrum on all sides of the spectrum, and instead of getting accurate data that you could then Used to help people you have people on either side, trying to either inflate or deflate the numbers based on their political leanings. Here's the thing. Science in a perfect world would not be politicized, but because Science has really world impact. It's inherently going to be Political. The problem is when you start tampering with the actual science instead of expecting the science and then did mate debating amongst the two sides with the best solution is To address that science. That is where we have now landed so before, Let's say when we started re opening in May You could have made the argument anyone your political leanings for reopening on both sides. You know if you wanted to start, you know the economic engine of the state if you will, or if people were really struggling from being out of work for so long, you know, working class families are working for families and they needed an income and the federal government didn't step up. The state's unemployment system was not working. And they needed income they needed to get back to work..

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Have unemployment levels to return to pre covert level rates which is why it is so important for lawmakers to act immediately unfortunately I think it's likely to be double digit unemployment through the end of this year and full employment getting back down to the low levels of unemployment we saw at the end of February probably takes either a vaccine or other medical innovations that make it much less risky to go out of the principal reason for that is that industries that have been affected like retail hotels transport are all industries that consumers have to be comfortable so it's not just that you have to open up the businesses consumers have to be comfortable going back down shopping and going out on planes and into hotels yeah absolutely and there's a debate right now in Congress about whether to extend the enhanced unemployment benefits that if people can get their claims processed have been receiving those would expire in July from where you sit do you believe that kind of extra money is needed and should be extended I think we need to continue fiscal and monetary policy because double digit unemployment risks actually causing a much more severe outcome of labor markets over time the exact nature of that has to be up to Congress but I do think that we're going to need additional fiscal policy so an extra six hundred dollars which is what it is does that make us think indifference hello certainly makes a significant difference for low and moderate income and other individuals most of whom are on our lease our salaries so I think that well that is certainly one of the ways that you can provide additional support to low and moderate income individuals that audio courtesy of CBS a woman who raised questions about Florida's Kobe down after being ousted as that date is curator had been reprimanded several times for violating health department policy including for posting political commentary about the information that according to state records Rebecca Jones comments over the past week and a half in emails to a lot AP researchers interviews with a handful of media outlets blog post said they sought to sow doubt about the credibility of the data that she is no longer in charge of state health officials.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:40 min | 5 months ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting some states are accused of fudging or bungling cove in 19 testing data questions are being raised about data posted by some public health departments pertaining to covert 19 the Georgia department of public health published a graph around may 11 that was arranged in descending rather than chronological order making it appear the decline of infections was smoother than it really was the graph was taken down within about a day Virginia Texas and Vermont published combined results of viral tests with anti body test Virginia and Vermont officials say they stopped the practice a few days ago in Florida Rebecca Jones who developed the state's coronavirus dashboard said this week she was fired for refusing to manipulate data hi Mike Rossio

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States accused of fudging or bungling COVID-19 testing data

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

States accused of fudging or bungling COVID-19 testing data

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting some states are accused of fudging or bungling cove in nineteen testing data questions are being raised about data posted by some public health departments pertaining to covert nineteen the Georgia department of public health published a graph around may eleventh that was arranged in descending rather than chronological order making it appear the decline of infections was smoother than it really was the graph was taken down within about a day Virginia Texas and Vermont published combined results of viral tests with anti body test Virginia and Vermont officials say they stopped the practice a few days ago in Florida Rebecca Jones who developed the state's coronavirus dashboard said this week she was fired for refusing to manipulate data hi Mike Rossio

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

04:08 min | 10 months ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"The thirty moving. Thank you and Daniela. What is it that we can do because because we have a very activated audience here in the theater but also podcast us at home? Can you tell us how we can help. Yes you can actually do a lot of the things so The first thing is to please go to change Dot Org and signer petition. We're asking the British government to make it hit a law a legal obligation for the government to protect British rights abroad and the probably most important thing will be amping up our campaign to demand that the government takes our requests seriously and makes it a law for the British government to make all of its citizens human rights a top priority above any other interest. And for that we you will need a lot of support so please please please as soon as you know who your. NPS Pester the hell out of them with letters asking them. What is my government doing for my rights domestically and abroad? Thank you very much and we can put all of that in the show notes so that people can see ooh could follow one of you on twitter and see where those things are. We actually have a twitter account it's at UK rights abroad so please follow us us. We also have our independent accounts nurse. Free Now Zenon Detour Honda v number. Let's not really Rebecca Rebecca Jones. Yes so please just taller networks. Tell your families this could happen to any any of you and the sooner we get this law in place the sooner you'll actually be able to go abroad and know that you'll be safe. The thank you so much for all the hard work you're doing these follow. UK rights abroad as there are websites it there was not a website. Don't work to change to change their look. UK rights abroad and connecting eighteen. Right to tell them it's important. It could be you or somebody you love. And she doesn't matter if it's also someone we love it's somebody at somebody the somebody loves and they're out there and they need our help and that's what feminism is. It's not just caring about ourselves and the people we love caring about other people who have honorable right now. You guys are all doing an absolutely incredible job. We have a big round of applause for Daniella. Oh anything anyone else wants to say that they came to say they. They need to leave on the table on the PG. We've had to disband that because of the election bought assuming Hamas reelected to restart it and it would be great if people people could encourage their. MP's to join the PG on the road and quench your services okay so when you're writing to your MP anyway you're going to say MP please address this and we want to change this law and also said enchant secret. Join the G. on deaths abroad and Constanta Services and assistance. Because that and then you can also if you WANNA ask them imitate ghost you just send them another one saying and what are we doing about You have this high Gusto. Has Jessica Buster Special Guests Jedi Rebecca cajones retain Pasco Fraser. Carol Record Against Naomi Kershaw Pisa. What's my mom juice Thompson? Xp for the spots Fade Shop. You Sir the report.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

10:00 min | 10 months ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Come to Hannah. As they're looking for help of the families had tad their loved ones and it was two young women in both cases killed abroad in suspicious circumstances one in Israel first and then one in Spain and the heart sought help from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to no avail. They had gone to various organizations. The police he's Scottish government victim support. You need the didn't fit into any box if you like and one could help them and that's not to say that there wasn't any help available but there were big gaps in what was available particularly. They were distressed about the fact that their loved one side both died in suspicious circumstances and they were looking for answers and the issue essentially said. There's nothing we can do saw. The first case was was difficult enough. We letters to the prime minister. Who at the time was David Cameron? He said Oh. This is awful. We'll try and help will will. He always comes through on his promises and I think if we know anything about David Cameron his to be trusted. Of course. You didn't have that foresight then. Indeed and so we pursued the government's gain to no avail and when the second family came toss in two thousand seventeen they had already been arraigned houses again for and they were really really distressed. You know. These families were facing significant ignificant trauma and Hannah. I say it's our team in the office. which is a small team? There's only six of awesome awesome. Tutto can't be right. I wonder if this thing up and down the country and as a result a debate was hailed in Westminster Czar The MP's from across the house. All Party colors spoke off constituents who had come to them having had similar expediencies of lack of contour assistance when things went wrong overseas and we said right the says something needs to be done and we say up the as a shortened shortened to. But it's the all party parliamentary group on deaths abroad and concert assistance and we started to take evidence from families up and down the country and we we spoke to maybe sixty families and total including Richard and Tanya will and as a result wrote a report. I'm we thought that from start finish. Would maybe take six months. It ended up taking eighteen months and we rushed to deport. I just before. The election was called a couple of weeks ago because we desperately did not want to lose is the work. But I think what we uncovered was so much more than I anticipated because we thought we were just dealing with one or a two or maybe a handful of cases what he was. This is an issue. There's a real problem and actually year expect that if something goes wrong so the passport you've got as a British citizen will somehow protect you and your government will be there and British citizens find in their worst our actually that is not the case. So what did they say. You shouldn't have gone abroad. You just see we're really sorry but there's nothing thing we can do they talk about. You should take traveling students while if you lose your luggage at all. Or if you're in America recur and you break your leg or something and then obviously you don't want to pay a fifty thousand dollar bill. Yeah we've had the nail on the head and the findings are probably she didn't does not cover all eventualities. You Travel Insurance Provider Go. She's not a spy can less around. They don't know maybe I am a spy bye. Sorry and also you're not paying your tax to the travelling Churchill. Oh yes now Sainsbury's No. Oh No I'm not paying tax to Saints Bruce. I mean in the future. We'll be paying tax Amazon presumably. But we're not there yet and it would be a big surprise to me. If my travel insurance provider was able to contact the powers that be in another country where I had been wrongly arrested and try and get me out. Get me home absolutely. And you know the government sponsored as while we're doing everything we can but really it's up to citizens responsibility for themselves. It's not operable to get into trouble. Wow that's really frightening and it makes. We won't go nowhere ever so pascal. You do something to bring families together who've shared these experiences experiences Bryant SORTA is not typically my job but it did end up sort of being in this case so I work a change to org riches open petition impactful and so people come to us like to start things on anything that matters to them and so sometimes that's because they want to get a woman on a banknote or they want to a favorite local library and sometimes it's because they have someone that has been imprisoned overseas and they don't know what to bring them home and I tried to provide support support and advice whether that's on trying to get signatures on that petition or how to speak to the media or sometimes it's printing off giant called with strange things printed on them sometimes tampons and taking them around London a period poverty march and so I started advising icing Richard when he started petition on the platform a few years ago now he aspect of said started a petition. Maybe a month after Nazanin was arrested rested. Because he hasn't been able to get any help and support and it was only after he started his petition and started speaking to the media. That people really started to listen. And it's then what I noticed was that there was a pattern of people coming to a petition site to try and get supporters to get the government to pay attention to the fact that people were being imprisoned and really getting the help they needed people like Daniele for example and so I thought it might be good for some of them to get together even just to compare experiences and support each other with how they can campaign on these different an issue and some families just met think through that campaigning wanting to support each other and it was when they started comparing notes that they realized that maybe there was a systemic issue. Here and there should be a law or there was something wider that the government could own might be able to do to help them and so they all came to me and said with starting this petition and so I've been giving some advice and support and what they can do that and I think the thing that's really powerful for me is that you know Richard and Becker's still fighting to bring home. Danny others just got her husband back in her life. No one needs to continue necessarily working on this issue but they believe so strongly this. This shouldn't happen to anyone else that they wanNA inviting greater community. Yeah you're going to read a poem for us that nothing has written tair reprobate more so this is a poem. The Nasdaq just written at Schaefer. Many of you will know that. Nelson's daughter Gabriella blast. She's come back to us but that of course left her bereft. Sometimes days can pass without me seeing the sky except that small piece with lonely cloud brooding over the prison yard of you in this place while elsewhere the trees bloom and the Sun Dazzles and the least four and the snows come again in our yard of sky as do not differ. They do not pass but repeat as a mother alone these days. I'm a lonely mother. I I bathed my baby and my tears of goodbye. My arms full of cuddles now ended with kisses of hope for her return on an adventure to be with her hero who she only a rematch for more than half a life a reality now to mend behind with my repeating whilst outside passes by and on tears my food face filling my mind solitude to offer my friend and doubt my relentless foe walked if they never let me go. Laughter has become my past Soro only my present now and hope a horizon. Hard to see. Yesterday we sat in the yard. We welcome the newcomers from solid tree and Bates Scans for breakfast which we ate with pistachio appeal jam willing. It tastes sweet. We showed showed them the odds of Winter Sun. Wish it to be warm. I talked to the almond tree and my grandparents village up in the hills. It survives the wind and the cold and storm Dorm and then bears the most beautiful blossoms and almond so sweet. Tim May and I talked the almond tree. We have at home now far away. I talked to being strong into myself. Is What is to those listening for. When the seasons move a game freedom needs? It's faiths that faith is our survival within within these walls of recurring days and absences across the swirling storms of Iran. That lonely data separation will pass that the walls will for that beyond the Pale Sun injustice will become a shadow and our trees. A solid shooter blossom again in the sky beyond the odd one day we were sitting on our own balcony and see the sky from wide watching the seals. And there's some bathing. 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"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

09:16 min | 10 months ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Age Jessica in the grand scheme of my whole life. I became single relatively recently for the first time in nine years earlier this year and I may have to rules as I remember one by Anne. Best mates you need them raw number to you fall in love visit great news. I haven't been any of my best mates and I thought what do is be really honest people. Uh I'M GONNA meet to date because you got to. I wanted them to genuine. What they were in for before they even go off the Internet and into my face so automated light that grow up? So's honestly people. Just you know fresh out of a new relationship. That's not great. I'm a comedian. Sounds very cool but essentially what it means is. I'm never free and I'm very needy for you. Bet them they will. He's very loud and I'm not itself has been interesting but it's just a baptism of fire thing getting in stating after all that time. The rules will change in nine years in dating. Everything's done like online and all of that now. Also I think just dating thirty six when you've had a kid. That itself is completely different to the last time I was single lost on US singles in my twenty s whenever I am single oh I'm fair. Joyfully promiscuous very much enjoy that proudly so but last time I was single I would casually in the single have to make a phone call. It's not a fun. Phone calls pretty very awkward embarrassing phone call to make it. We ring someone up. I think we might toughness Ti. Don't judge me with open there but things are different now this time round. I genuinely find someone up to say I think of giving you nets. True story story say also being single this time round for me has required coming out is not straight to lots of people. I've realized my privilege another layer of privileged abridged. I have enduring the coming out. People Age. Say six I suddenly got this massive Pang of sympathy for people who know they're not straight when their kids so teenagers when they then have to tell their family about that a point where your identity is still so much information and so dependent on those particular people and how much they love Huma they respect you and it's so potentially you're so fundable in that situation whereas when you're thirty six and then it's like wow. I'll disown me if you want uncle. Jim couldn't give a shit yo prick. He didn't disown me. He said how how we've already got one of those in the family. And if I didn't realize that was the rule so It's annoying to commit stickers. When I was a kid stick to get I collected the ones for football and wrestling? Of Of course I did and I know how you call it your whole no. None of a Ryan Giggs already got ten of them. Oh no not never undertaker fifty fifty of them so do know how annoying is coaching. I do understand how annoying is when you collections full and you get yet another double uncle Jim. I do know that quick question go on coup Jim Quick Question. How many members of a family do you need? Who before seven? Am in the morning and got so shit. Faced driven their milk float into a ditch in the forest fallen asleep there for the day. Just the one lucky now. Here's the thing about getting Eh. Dating again is not because of how much changes in nine years. And I'd like to use you as an audience just for the consistent with a genuine consensus person to people. This is an honest question. What are we doing with hugues? What are we doing with PITY ABS guys as I understand it people under the age of thirty. Don't even know what a pubis anymore. They've never even Meta pup- they've some of evolved out of pews even me talking about on this podcast. Someone's GonNa take their friend WHO's under thirty two especial Komo News. Am to convince them to appear. was everything I can't be trusted by the way to be left to my own devices on cubes right. So I grew up in Dorsey and eighteen. And no one's doing anything to their jobs. When I was growing up in Dorset to be fair for context the dossier still wearing boombox from the first this time round I knock it? Everyone's very happy yeah. There was no topiary happening in my early teens AIDS and then I got to London and realize that friends work on getting rid and I start seeing someone who I thought well is a black. He's going to expect he's going to pick something to have been done there so I did it and he came out today sexy things to talk sexy sexy things began happening nice ones and then it got sort trousers downtime. and was a hello and I say he's he's noticed. And then then things progressed nice things and it got to let full trousers off time and it was an done is remove all of the hair from and they're from the from and left absolutely everything underneath because we're not talking about it and that's what's going to happen sexiness wise. I'd give him my genitals. The heck the male monk does to his head done the opposite of what is sexy. And I'm not sure what to do. Now that I knew where the boundaries lie really fully aware that there is a massive movement to go full booth Ma-ma and I think there's sexiness just in the absolutism of the decision isn't there. I mean that's such a definite decision but what is more complicated than that. Like for example. I've got a bit of an age-related plate tectonics situation when my belly bid peninsula is trying to merge or doc overcome one last with the main island also peninsula makes it sound to organize because it's patchy them it's more of an alleged somewhere you might go on your honeymoon surely that's not acceptable as it were none of you give me an answer. Thanks for being so unhelpful. Even with that body situation shirow managed by myself really crack in Mrs. Were a very lovely new. If the relationship where it's all very exciting and we just talking to know each other really it takes get snow somewhat. Isn't it what you really actually going to serious fascinating so space for example. She's got dyslexia. They make some joke about spelling. Because it says I mean I just. I've been very ignorant about dyslexia fully understood it's broader than spelling. It's about sort of word ordering and stuff and sometimes she'll stanley say things like this moving way too fast for me. That's the dyslexia. And what she actually means this. This is the happiest I've ever been wondering on your mom and I've noticed one thing in particular being with her she's got two cats and art and has put it anywhere for them bluntly but they watch us when we bank and the not encouraging a two now this is going to be one of the one of them looks like that furious basically the other ones were even worse. It's Mola Ah Fuck. Is that face. But you know I've been thinking about it. Think about it really from their point of view actually because actually what is thinking. If it's watching two women have sex. It's a cat so it's probably thinking well they're having a very thorough wash Walser noisy wash I finished..

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Hollow guilty feminists. It's Deborah I I'm just letting you know that. We are having a fantastic time on the America Canada toll and we can't wait to release the PODCASTS. We've got some more shows coming up twentieth of January Monday as today. Seattle and then twenty second of January Los Angeles. Then it's over and out for the North American talk and then we will be going to Australia. We're in Sydney Melbourne Brisbane. The Gold Coast or Christchurch and Wellington Four Clinton is now sold out Melbourne is now sold out. Sydney's south sold out the first night of Brisbane sold out. There's a second show in Brisbane. That's not sold out. He you can still get tickets for that. The Gulf coast where I was raised. This still tickets Christ. Church still some tickets and Wellington. There's still some tickets but not so many so get in and get those is quickly. I am also doing a fundraiser for the bourgeois fund while I am in Australia so please check out the details of that show on the guilty feminist website. Guilty Dot com where you can get tickets for all of these events. Please get in touch if you'd like to join us on the twenty sixth of January for for the joyful resistance. It's a brainstorm day to create new projects. Find you connections and get new bulls rolling in an effort to create a more compassionate society and one in which we definitely don't criminalize humanitarian. So if you are somebody who's creative someone with administration production skills someone who just wants to be involved in monster create connections pins and get involved with project shape or form. Please email us. JEFF RESISTANCE AT GUILTY FEMINIST DOT COM on Wednesday. The the twenty ninth of January. I'm going to be hosting. I'm going to be hosting a fundraiser for the terrible bushfires in Australia at the common open ground with an incredible Bill Olsen check out the website for that on the says. He's January I'm doing canned laughter. Carry you let that is hosted by Monks Alaska Aski- get in get tickets now. My book is now available in North America as it is in the other parts of the world. If you would like to bring along a book to any of the shows that I'm doing on this tour then please do and I will sign it at the end rose during a huge guilt from his live tour so what we did last year may again this year. We're brand new show which turned around the country. It's all live not podcast. We are coming to all of the UK you can took updates and get tickets to go from dot com starting in London at the Hammersmith Apollo which is going to be a big GIG so get tickets now and don't forget you can also get much and the money for that goes into things. Check out the website for that and now back to the Podcast.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Have you had a guilty weaker feminist week just do a bad moments of both at a lovely feminist moment in the gym earlier earlier today. I was preparing my bar to do. Some dead lifting and someone hasn't taken their weights off and stripping their weights off and the the man who was squatting behind me a very loud as they Given all of that it was and so before it Scott Fuck fuck off bad porn and there was only fifty kilograms on this ball. Says that to fifteen gene kilogram. Things are taking one off and they just couldn't watch. It came from so do that. The other fifteen kilogram of fifteen kilograms is dislike anyway then really enjoys squatting hundred kilograms over and over again right in front. Did you try to help me. With the little ways. Did you make some suitable grunting noises to probably occasionally occasion release a bit of a at the hardest if the lift. Yeah it's quite middle class moisture's yeah it sounds like a sort of a restrained to. Do you know what I probably get in trouble for this do. I don't understand why anyone in the gym needs to be. It's only it's only men that do them. Yeah F I mean Hashtag if other has to an Hashtag probably some women absolutely Hashtag some women non binary should try. Maybe it's hugely Cathartic Attic. Next time I go. I'm going to try that. If it makes lifting funner someone called an ambulance. If you made that it might be some hot paramedics that come to your don't waste paramedics time not Christmas feminist non-feminist. I feel I've taken on too many things and that was an era and now I'm sort of just getting through each hour so I would say that's feminist. Yeah because work is feminist and and also guilty. Because I'm not taking care of myself care so you all by taking it hour by hour anywhere to cope. Isn't it with a lot of work. Yeah I supposed to play in a blind date shit out great. Thank you very much Jessica Foschi it has to be endorsed by and I will accept that and just get on with my life and stop apologizing the least grown up person that you ever let co host. This and I've I've managed to you know I'm just going to do that. I'm just GonNa stop apologizing apologizing just fucking live my life just leave it. Just take our by apologize. Obviously if you've done something wrong but don't apologize just living your life. which is why am often tempted to do? But if living life does involve going to the gym and screaming do apologize yes and slash stop so now we've got some serious yesterday so we're going to do frivolous things at the top as you need for polity before you ready for serious so strap in just enjoy this fun. Bit Guys. The Straw they know innately unfunded from people but terrible things have happened in the world. Yeah I deputies did someone come on and be like we need something light at the top. We've got really serious stuff and I was like I can't do my new stand up. About peeps Scott's exactly what happened. She cannot do me. That'd be the show too much show too home. Yeah I said you can do your start up about peeps. If it's funny because the second half will be less funny can you type keeps into hope. We'll be interested to see. How just as tight pukes into hope into hope putting the PBS into hope? That could be your new slogan if you ran. The the next show isn't it tying hoping to poops God visual peeves into rope.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on KCRW

"Difference. So here today, she hold up traffic that if we can disrupt knife in London whilst to make a point which was trying to say things bigger impact than the bright says most getting onto the ten years but by their own mission. They are troublemakers. This isn't the first stunt you might remember just a couple of weeks ago the group staged naked protest in parliament during the bricks debates. They've called fake blood outside the houses of Commons. They smashed windows at the shell building deliberately to take that case to Colt so that they can advertise the group on the advocacy that they stunned full. So when Londoners here that extinction rebellion is about to stage, another protests is that a good thing for people who are concerned about climate change. I mean, how did they react? It's a good thing for people worried about climate change. Many people agreed not enough is being done on with other things in the news like Brexit, which is basically paralyzing the political system. Nothing is getting done no buildup being considered to do anything about pollution. Meanwhile, pollution goes open London by the day. I think people agree with it in spirit, but after two weeks of disruption, we'll have to see the wills. Russell Newlove there in London. The librarian of Auschwitz the book by Antonio tear bay. The tells the extraordinary story of a fourteen year old girl at Auschwitz has given a big responsibility by her fellow prisoners there. She's entrusted to look after a small library of books smuggled into the concentration camp. The girl's name is d- Krause, and she turns ninety this year. My BBC colleague Rebecca Jones has story. To forget reality. And Krause reality was almost unbearable. She lived a comfortable and Catherine life with Jewish parents in Prague, and then they were all sent to Auschwitz in nineteen forty three..

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Call on in running for office. If he knows someone who's running for office, tell them to call on that we're going to be doing this the all show today. So let's start off with miss Rebecca Jones who is running for the mayor of San Marcos. Rebecca, how are you today? I'm great. How are you today? Wonderful good to talk to you. I live near San Marcos travel through often. So I gotta bring up selfishly the most important thing for me. Going up the fifteen getting on the seventy eight Rebecca what are we doing here? What's what's the deal? I listen, I love San Marcos hard to go there and do things when you can't move. I hear you. And I hear this every day when I'm talking to citizens. So the seventy eight all those dollars to work on that is all decided down in San Dag, which you know, it's a regional transportation and planning agency. So it's important to have someone on that board representing San Marcos that has relationships with other elected officials because we're going to get that done regionally. We are actually moving forward right now with the dollars on the environmental impact report to land some HOV lanes one from the fifteen onto the seventy eight and one from the seventy eight onto the fifteen which will be significant. And so we are moving forward with that. And then comes after the environmentals done, then we can move forward. It to actually securing the dollars to work on that. And get those to come to fruition. And the great thing is they actually land right around eight twin valley road. So that'll be a significant help. I city. And I do have a lot of support regionally down at Santa with a lot of the mayor's. So that's an important relationship to have definitely having the support of those other agencies know of your mayor are you on sandbagged UP appoint someone to send our city council. Members the mayor, and so yes, I would be I'm actually on the board of directors right now. Because I am the chair of north county transit district though. I don't get to vote. I get to be part of the conversation. You're ready to hit the ground running with that. That's a big one. So let's give us one more Rebecca Jones for mayor. What are you gonna do for San Marcos? Well, I have a lot of well, you you talk about traffic that's actually one of my main focal points because that's what I hear from residents is our biggest challenge, and I'm all about the solutions. I don't think that if you don't have a plan if you don't have a plan, you're not going anywhere. So my plan is to implement a dynamic sequencing lights, which is artificial intelligence. I've been working on this about a year. And I'm very excited to hear that. Now when I was at the fan Dag meeting this past Friday, we were talking about that dynamic sequencing lights, which is smart lights the artificial intelligence. So now that we're talking about it at Santa. It's very important because that's how you get the regional dollars to pay for this technology, not cheap. It's about thirty five to forty thousand per intersection. How? Yeah. But you know, the great. Thing is actually one of our last land use decisions at two hundred twenty subdivision. I was at the council member that said to the developer. Hey, can we get you to pay another over two hundred thousand dollars that you don't have to pay to implement this technology? They win the back spoke about it came back and said, yes, we'll live for it. And we'll do that. So it's being able to show that you've got a plan being able to ask the difficult questions and finding you know partners that will work with you on that on implementing the technology area with those and that is a total game changer. I'm really excited now that he's talking about that because we can't just put in a bunch of lanes and take people's property, that's imminent domain. I I don't believe in doing that. And it just doesn't it doesn't work. And so really the technology is how you're going to really work on that. You could definitely get a cer- a certain percentage. More people on the same amount of roads right now. Winging what is we only got thirty seconds. What's your background? I actually do homes real estate. And then I also started a company with my ex husband in two I'm sorry in nineteen ninety seven that became very successful. And we had about a hundred million dollars in sales last year. You are endorsed by the Republican party. Is that right? I am. And also the deputy sheriff's association like I said, many mayors throughout the county a lot of community members that have been around for a long time to past city managers, the current mayor a current council member and then also to pass mayors Corky Smith and doc Burton beautiful Rebecca Jones. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you so much have a great thing as well. Rebecca done whilst endorsed by. Amazon. I thought it was getting off the phone. Yeah. He's. Yeah. It's endorsed by who else Rebecca's endorsed by who my my show. Gosh. All right. Let's go to miles. Begging me all month voted. I like pronouncement about the voter guy. Let's Riddick you Slater endorses, Mike Slater show. No, no, the show of retirement to take a full vote between you. We haven't been my votes were three with Victor on. We're gonna take a break. Sorry judge. But we're gonna come back with judge Steven Bailey, who's running for California attorney general among.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on Unchained

"See this episode is investment advice, legal advice, or any other kind of advice as always hopefully, you know, from my work and a from both my podcasts and my articles that you should always do your own research and I can have guests on here and they may say misleading. Things, and if I don't happen to catch it in the moment, then. It behooves you to not rely on things that are said or of rely solely on things that are said in the unchained or unconfirmed podcasts? Yeah. Other than that, I will go to the first question which is from no-name. This person says, can you disclose your longs and shorts? So for those of you closely watched me, you may know that when I worked at Forbes, I owned a bit of bitcoin ether. And when I quit in Forbes, has a policy that if you cover something that you own, you disclose it, I had a feeling when I quit that I would not be able to hold onto the bitcoins either for very long. And indeed I wrote a few freelance pieces for the New York Times as condition of reading them. I did agree to sell or give away my the coin. I did own. So now I'm a no coin are do hold a very tiny bit of bitcoin ether and some of the coins on the circle because I was testing that for when I did the circle interview. I can't remember if I if you like, I tested something else recently where I did buy something, but I'm blah. Taking on what that was. But anyway, so you know, the amount that I own is like probably I dunno, it's like two hundred dollars worth or something that's just for me as a reporter to still make sure that I understand what's going on how to use this technology. I love using it. It's probably still get a thrill out of using it. Okay. Next question is from Rebecca Jones. How are we to achieve broad adoption of bitcoin? What level of understanding education is needed on a global scale? This is a fem- that's come up a few times in recent episodes, particularly in some panel discussions, but also actually in some of the interviews I've done, I think frankly, I'm actually seeing this also in some of the medium posts and other blog posts and tweets, whatever that are going around online. I think a lot of people are thinking about usability. And I think that really is one of the biggest hurdles right now, and I think that will be unlocking that will. Be a huge step toward a gaining broader option in. This goes back to what I was saying about how neural had some really good points because he was, I think this was in the Milkin thing. He was talking about how when you use a pink, you can trust that they will keep your money safe for you, and that's their job, and they're better at it than you would be if you had to keep it on your in your house or on your person. And I think by large, we're seeing that in this early stage of crypto where so many people have lost their private keys. They've thrown them out the had them fished privacy's fish from them. They've had them stolen via the phone hijacking scams where the hacker will call a telecom and say, and pretend to be you and say, oh, I want to switch my phone from sprint to t mobile. And so then once all all your phone call..

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today it's full program has been revealed the american musician leonard bernstein had read the score for the hit musical west side story will take center stage in celebration of his birth one hundred years ago the showcase will feature more than ninety concerts including the events first disability lead on sombor arts correspondent rebecca jones has been looking at the upcoming season before america found its way into west side story leonard bernstein had written the song for ballet cool coach tom which will receive its uk premier at the problems the festival's director david picard says bernstein was probably one of the most significant figures in twentieth century music extremely composer he was an extraordinary conductor and also he was so crucial talking to people about classical music that's probably the greatest legacy he leaves behind that will be the first program dedicated to the tango will primera to soames by benjamin britten concerts marking the centenary of the death of hubert parry composer of the last night staple jerusalem rebecca jones and you can find out more about the bbc problems pray graham by going to the bbc website www dot bbc dot co dot uk ford slash proms the main news this hour donald trump and the japanese prime minister shinzo obey has said that maximum pressure will be exerted on north korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons and new research in australia suggests that a marine heatwave two years ago severely damaged a large swathe of the great barrier reef threatening ecological collapse this has been the newsroom from the bbc world service thanks for listening distribution of the bbc world service in the us has made possible by american public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content apm american public media with support from battelle for over eighty five.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lynching of african american slaves it's great that artists now through this tragedy were able to revive the movement if you will there's a great artist tamasha jackson she's part of the black women artists for black lives matter collective and she takes newspaper cuttings and articles about civil rights issues civil rights triumphs and also articles of civil rights tragedies it's kind of if you look at her work in the whole it's about triumphs and failures and the failures of the triumphs we make progress but here we are again with the same tragedy she's really striking and she exhibited at art basel miami getting a bit of mainstream interest and appeal finally on today's art a former on phone survey blah of the arts swelled one of britain's most controversial artist damien hirst he's famous for amongst many other things making millions and millions of pounds sterling pickling cows and sharks in formaldehyde spot paintings which he blew his assistance to paint and that skull covered in over eight thousand diamonds hearst's latest exhibition in the uk features a new series of paintings that have never been seen before in public but they won't be on display in a white walls gallery have very conventional no he's taken over the spectacular gilded state rooms of an eighteenth century english country home they're over fifty paintings in the exhibition and the bbc's rebecca jones asked damien hirst if he painted the mold himself what i did was i made like the first seven or eight paintings and went into my shooter said look i wanna make paintings like this how you say we can do it and so then we tried to stop a kind of mini little production line almost like a factory to make them i mean since the very beginning i've always delegated anything that i can i'm impatient so it's like if i can get the help of other people to make him i will do that what you're talking about though is taking the painter out painting by doing that why that's important and everybody goes you know but did you actually paint them and it's like you know if you live in the front gary house it's not important to you they laid the bricks and i see myself more like a kind of architects in the way that i make things than the paint so even if i'm making paintings as well as paintings exhibition also includes a number of.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Two up too damn berry russia set up northern broadsides in 1992 the first production was richard the third i that a more glee stopped and want moves majesty i thought i have one good idea that's all a mouse through a classic play with an all northern cast default on finished sent before me time into this breathing world scarce half meadow p and that so lamely undone fashionable that dr pocket me as i everybody light shone called it karaoke shakespeare so people heard shakespeare in northern axons and there were people didn't like it were lots of people in like it some called it coronation street shakespeare i didn't care and i still don't on care from humble beginnings northern broadsides went from strength to strength making headlines in two thousand nine when berry russia directed the comedian lenny henry in his first stage row which was a fellow man put out the light a meme put off the light then he's been terrific you know ever since we did it is always acknowledged that period of his life he says you gave me my sixth gear could you set up northern broadsides today that be no need for it we are at a much bigger why the eclectic colorful rainbow world today will you miss northern broadsides there's no violence if they play i'm going before then he takes his final bow in the captive queen but shakespeare's globe those never going to be in this and i thought an on the empress 70 i'm seventy wide out of the emperor as a soldier i dunno signing off freely and there is a signing off in the play which dryden has written let me find they say i've got a and he says to his son who we anonymous would be trappings of the kingship take you the rains while i from cares remove and sleep within the chariot which i drove so i'm i'm looking house theatrically i might or might do that it might be a bit indulged ruddock case 25 years and i want to market at proposal from rebecca jones it's five minutes to nine more british maths teaches a gang to have the chance to go to china and learn about teaching methods them an extension to the current exchange program has been announced as part of the prime minister's visit joonyoung you williams tool biology in china and then.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of an education funding reform package that includes changes governor bruce round or wants the governor made several changes when he vetoed the bill this month including removing extra money from chicago public schools house majority leader barbara flynn curry was happy to be a no vote i think it's critical that we send a very important message to this governor this governor has called set a pill one eight pull out with the city of chicago nothing could be further from the true republican it's called the vote a sham they note before legislative leaders are scheduled to meet on friday to reach a deal the illinois houses approved a measure denouncing nazis white supremacists and similar groups democrat lg syms sponsored the measure which passed unanimously i am disgusted by these individuals discussed what i could not we could not stay and he and allow this moment to pass and say nothing we could not be silent the senate passed a similar measure on sunday urging police to treat hate groups as terrorist organizations for some listening racism is a set of beliefs he can't even imagine and even find disgusting but for others it's a necessary way to live regardless rebecca jones nso behavioral health social worker at 'some health the possible says it's not a mental illness setting it or ad and i mean it hang on a family alan make that kind of where a lot of king start and end at value family in britain but really important in that aim in their value draymond now and and eric and an epic thrown.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Rebecca jones odds correspondent one of japan's bestknown doctors has died at the age of one hundred and five shigeaki hiroharo was seeing patients until just months before his death and is seen as one of the architects of japan's high life expectancy you'd did kawaguchi is a journalist for the japan times anew dr hara well an excellent really sad but i knew this day with calm but still i met him when he was already in the ninth these and i would say he drastically changed my mind that but aging because even then he was working eighteen hours seven days a week and he was the most energetic person i've ever met and he believed that you know life is all about contributions so he had this incredible drive to help people to wake up early in the morning and do something wonderful for other people this is what was driving eamon look kept him living he always had two days goals to more than the next five years you know he is i feel very said that he died because his dream was to attend the olympics in tokyo in 2020 so that was his next big goal and he couldn't make it but he was just an amazing amazing person and everybody who met team a transformed because of him i think and we've just hub news here in the uk that the increase in life expectancy has stalled walked did not to hit a hara due to change attitudes to aging a to make living longer something that people could aspire to in japan.

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"rebecca jones" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca jones" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"On the back of their storing which shows and other landscape seen if we turn it over we've got a figure during the curators rosy russell he's pointing out one other surprise in the album the discovery of a small sketch of the head of a young woman and she's got kohl's curling round harry as an a little head scarf around her head this is very much in games early fikus style all you going to seek any other opinions as to whether these drawings all boy gainsborough the discovery of the drawing of corn outward is pretty conclusive evidence the papers of the right date and the style is consistent with his early styles we're very much convinced that these are an important group of early drawings by thomas per is an extremely significant discovery it means that we're able to reappraise the early work of thomas gainsborough and it's extremely exciting it's fabulous discovery of 25 early sheets from that period that report from rebecca jones and last bertha the hippopotamus thought to have been the oldest hippo in the world has died in the manila zoo at the age of sixty five bertha was there when the zoo opened in the philippine capital in nineteen fifty nine when she was just seven the zoo said it had lost her records and didn't know where she came from but bertha went on to exceed a typical hippo lifespan by some twenty years enjoying a diet of grass fruit and bread one tribute on social media said she had charmed generations of children in manila with her eyes as beautiful as stars in the sky rest in peace.

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