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"roshka" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
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"roshka" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Your critical infrastructure on five G. and it gets shut off all of a sudden that goes dark show more than ever given the number of devices that are going to be part of this network. We need to build security by design nine when we architect the hardware and software and that's been the subject of a good deal of discussion because right now Chinese companies like like. Wow Waiting Z.. T. E. R. ahead of most Western companies in terms of their ability to build that install hardware. We're in software for five G. at the scale you would need for it to be really operational and that raises questions about whether giving Chinese companies. He's that kind of commanding position. In the infrastructure. Technology would not only create the opportunity to engage in theft theft of data but could also allow the Chinese in some circumstances to actually dial back where turned down the effectiveness of the networks folks. Where do you come down on that? Where do you suppose we should be when it comes to restricting companies like Wal Way Z.? T. I think this is a legitimate serious as national security concern. Now I'm putting to one side issues about trade balances which are kind of trade issues. I'm talking strictly about national security. What I would not want to seize your situation where China could compromise our data could steal our data or worst actually shut off our ability to operate our five G. networks if we were to get into a conflict or an adversarial situation what alternatives are available to us and it would need to be concerned that by not using Chinese providers we might fall behind? There are three Western turn. Companies using the term in kind of loose sense that do have infrastructure providers could scale and match. Wow Wade Kie. It's Ericsson and Nokia which is Candy Navia and Samsung which is in Korean. We're confident that those companies beneath could get up to production in the scale and the speed at which we would need. Well there's a challenge in that as twofold one is I think there yet at the scale that we would do over they get there but the second issue is and this is a complaint. I've heard from people in the US outside they're more expensive because the Chinese government essentially directly and indirectly subsidize their companies in terms of promoting five g scale ability first of all in China and that means the cost per unit has decreased Ericsson Nokia. Don't get that kind of help from their governments. So part of what we need to start to think about as we do with respect for example to military infrastructure is whether we need to have a joint effort hurt by western like minded nations to build a hospitable market for five G. investment so that these companies will we'll begin to increase the temple of production because the profitability will be there for them. What do you suppose we are when it comes to that? Balance between security occurred in privacy and I'm thinking about technologies like facial recognition and some of those things that are that are on the horizon facial recognition can't be valuable. It's take for example useful when you try to open up your phone and your face appears in the phone opens up. The question is what happens with the data and I think increasingly cleanly. We need to think about the issue privacy not just in terms of what gets collected. But how the data's controlled there may be useless for facial recognition mission that are perfectly appropriate. But YOU WANNA make sure they don't migrate over to something. That would be very inappropriate or threatening. You Might WanNa have facial recognition for example to get you access into your apartment or your place of business for you wouldn't necessarily want that to be transmitted transmitted to the government and be used as a way of surveilling. What you do out on the street every single minute of the day so this is about making insure that there is a degree of control over data? That's generated served. That people aren't putting all nothing situation. Where either? They don't participated oil. On these Internet activities or they wind to basically surrendering their private interests to commercial -mercial interests or government. What is your sense of how well we're doing as a nation in response to these threats are we in a situation where we're nimble enough enough to respond to them? I think we are slowly awakening to some of the challenges. We've talked about on privacy on balancing security corruption on disinformation campaigns. So you're beginning to see legislation being passed in some of the States Congress's beginning to propose things but I will acknowledge that we've been somewhat slow off the mark and it took a pretty dramatic set of events like for example. What happened in the two thousand sixteen election for people to wake up and say we'd better get on top of this problem? That's Michael Chertoff from the Chertoff Group. The founders of an Jenex a subsidiary of Seattle based F five network which acquired the russian-born Company. This past march are complaining about the raid. Russian police conducted against their homes in the early hours of last Thursday it was over a copyright beef rambler group which operates a popular search engine in Russia. Claims claims that it's the rightful owner of in Jenex web server code one of the founders eager Joseph was formerly employed by Rambler CEO's Ziff and his co founder Maxime Kovalyov says they intend to stay in Russia and fight for their Ip. There's been a fair amount of publicly expressed sympathy for the two in in Russia yen decks. For example a rambler competitor that operates the country's biggest search engine said the raid sent a very bad signal and finally finally. It's Ho Ho Ho time and so we send out a holiday wish to President Putin made yet neurosis and Snuggie Roshka bring him a nice new laptop fully unloaded and up to date the Guardian quoting open media a fairly independent. An opposition friendly. Russian news outfit says that official photographs taken at both. The president's accidents Kremlin office and in his official residence. Show that has machines are still running windows. XP This is probably not as bad for Mr Putin as it would be for you and me me to pick two people at random for one thing. He's not a big fan of the Internet in the first place since he regards it in his darker moods as a CIA built tool actually Darpa but why be pedantic over whether the net came from an American five letter agency as opposed to a three letter when the important letters are you and S or in the phonetic alphabet. I bet you Yankee. He also probably has a world class. Help desk to keep him out of trouble. And any WHO. No one's GONNA call him out visiting say X. Hamster and as it happens X. P. is the last version of windows approved for use on Russian government machines that hold state secrets Russia's in the process of moving toward domestic software its Astra version of the Lennox Os and homegrown browsers like yeah index. It can be tough to quit s and that's no joke. We see it in the Industrial Iot all the time fun fact. His desktop background shows the towers of the Kremlin better than flying toasters. Right so GRANDPA frost send the president something Nice. Maybe a best buy gift card right funding adding for this cyber wire. PODCAST is made possible in part by McAfee security built by the power of harnessing one billion threat sensors from device to cloud intelligence that enables enables you to respond to your environment and insights that empower you to change it McAfee device to cloud cybersecurity company. Go to McAfee dot com slash slash insights.
"roshka" Discussed on Learning Machines 101
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"roshka" Discussed on Hard Factor
"I like to just forget about it if I'm going to go all in. So yeah, yeah, let's call in the Bank. I don't know if these charges were me. Yeah. Well, this is this your fingerprint. I don't know. So what second thing that could happen, simply got to drunk carried away was having the time it was life, which is what happened he lost track of time. How many dances he had Jackson, Jack and he had and the up ended up in a bit of a jam? So when police arrived, he was refusing to move from the road just outside the strip club. Even though the, the staff was like get out of the road. It it he had open container and was just sloshed. So we got charged with public intoxication and having a open container in public. That's an that's an AA moment of ever heard one in my life. Yeah. It's rock bottom for sure. That's really sure rock bottom to be fair to him, though. It's Louisiana open containers legal. So he, he didn't know any better. That's true. Sure thought he was home all the big building again. Send them the day. Get him into a program. Oh, yeah. You need counseling for sure. I mean if you can't keep it together. Like when you're a chaperone for a little kid field, Tribus you. Yeah. Counselling principle that of the trip. No one above you the big city ate him alive. So I mean it is kind of fucked up. I mean, I there's a lot of people online, like, ridiculing this guy. I know every straight male Catholic that I've ever known you looking love strip clubs and titties no-fault there. You know how many blowjobs we turn down Catholic men, turn down sex and blow jobs for years for years in your teen years, because you're like I, I don't know. You may be an exception to the rule on the different sects of Christianity. Right. Yeah products. Okay. No Protestants welcoming. Yeah. But the Catholics odds watching just shouldn't you never get those Bodos back? They're gone forever. It's true. So a lot of gret there. Yeah. So. So he's obviously should have not been hammered as principal on field trip, which is I guess forcing his resignation. So the only thing is really guilty of, in my mind is being a fucking idiot and drunk. I mean, I don't blame his loving nude. Demon L care these a Catholic school, principal that went to a strip club. I don't give it fuck, but he was on a school field trip. So, you know, like you said a moment there rock down the internet have to go to the internet. Chris Roshka says at least they were of age and not little boys low blow Chris. Yeah. He's right. As weight as in the strippers. Yeah. As in he just wanted to make that joke. So he just. That's not that those types of clubs are not legal in DC other states. Yeah. Thailand, you can go and watch a little boy strip. I think but they just love to dance. Yeah. And sue FOX Hamilton says Chris Roshka? Yes. But he was still on a trip with children. He is a loser. No excuse. And then Chris Rosca says sue FOX Hamilton. I didn't read where it said that the kids were drunk with him at the club, whoa point. Great point point point. Fire back. Yeah. And then David O'Brien says Chris Rosca. That's what I was thinking. Yeah, chris. Yeah. The kids Hampton great minds, Chris, and then bills, Leslie on his high horse. This was on a school sponsored trip if he wanted to go to a strip lobby of want their own his own time, not when the schools paying for the trip he is an adult in every has every right to do anything he wants on his own time..
"roshka" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Two four four seven don't wait to replace your roof and look like no this summer with professional cleaning, call nine five two four six seven two four four seven this week to save here. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the it's your next report is at five fifty eight. Now to the weather center weather brought to you by Maplewood. Toyota got Wendy editions this morning winds already up northeast about thirty miles an hour. But we're waiting on the rain here in the metro already coming down west and north. But boy, it's not right on the door. Is it raining yet? I came in CFO, maybe it is rain at this point. But it'll rain today one to two inches possible. Fifty two for a high temperature tonight down to thirty five and then tomorrow sunny and a high of sixty two on Wednesday and Thursday, more sunshine, seventy five on Wednesday seven on Thursday, and then a sunny day on Friday with a high of sixty eight so again, one day out of this week in a have issues with rain in its today, and again, one to two inches of rain possible over the which is not what we need with those rivers rising once again, but that's precisely what we're going to get. We'll keep an eye on that as well. Right now, we've got overcast skies forty six degrees here three oh w. Nineteen seventy five Jay Thomas. Hey won't you play. Another somebody done. Something wrong song. The track debuted at number ninety nine one hundred on February I make the long track to number one by April twenty six all in all the song has a long title to ever top the hot one hundred also topped the country charts, and although Thomas wouldn't have another country hit for eight years in nonetheless made him a mainstream country artists. Profile Sam Smith Sam Smith was born in London in may of nineteen Ninety-two got to speak breglio was featured on the single of popular UK band disclosure, which peaked to number eleven then he was featured on another track one by naughty. Boy, which went to number one things move quickly from there with the release of his debut studio album saw success around the world the album one in four Grammy awards even landed in the Guinness Book of world records, I debut album spending sixty nine weeks as a UK top ten album. Five fifty eight three. Oh WCC. Oh, Steve Simpson here on what is Amande is overcast in forty six degrees. A Holiday Inn Anna Easter Monday is actually a holiday so. So if you're Canadian happy Easter Monday to you as we're down here in the in the lower forty-eight, Hawaiian Lasca busting our butts get back to work here. What a great weekend. It was though. How about that? How about just the the weather here is just phenomenal. And again, we're gonna have a nice week today. After the rain today, we're gonna have a nice rest of the week. So that's a that's a good deal to coming up at the top of the hour. You're gonna hear from of all people Rossini Roshka Mars mother, very familiar with the situation in Sri Lanka. That's where she.
"roshka" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"But he was also hoping to walk into a situation where he can grow in the NBA with these kids as once LeBron James got there and the brand prior talked to him about five minutes. Make it this dot here. He does that can do this. Lebron James will sniff out incompetence almost instantly. Almost instant and not just incompetent. But also inexperienced, you know. David Blatt wasn't a city incompetent. But he was inexperienced. He was green. And so if you're going to have a green guy Brad Stevens gets a lot of credit for being a fantastic head coach as well. He should. But I'm pretty sure if you had a camera on him back when he had just left Butler and was an NBA he has some growing to do about it this way who is breast Evenson Willie coach that's been a superstar other now, Kyrie Irving. Who has he hasn't had a ton of who is Roshka chime in on this because he's a Celtic lover. Yes. Brad Stevens hasn't coached any superstores. Right. That was he wasn't listening. No because they were supposed to be rebuilding for as long as the Lakers, but they did a better job, and we weren't rebuilding as long because we made to play offs. And now, you know, we may be some conference finals and things like that wasn't the conversation who's making the playoffs. That was sorry. Celtics play other than Carino superstar. So for him. He's walking into a situation. He's never had. A coach superstars all being young rebuilding guys. That basically his personality has meshed with them and have grown with them over the years. He hasn't but isn't gotten any tangent. Someone in big time players like that. And he's not winning and doing these two to his ass out of Boston to L point though. If all of a sudden like, for instance of Anthony Davis gets their hill. Brad Stevens will have Anthony Davis is respect because he's got a few stripes in the league now that he's earned them. Whereas, yeah, you'll have his respect he start losing. That's true. Everybody. Not necessarily 'cause guy because the guy like Doc Rivers would know how to lose in. I mean lose but know how to get back to win. That's what we do Kinu down by thirty one. You know, it doesn't matter. You just gotta keep believing because fights gonna keep heightened if their fight a week. Doc, doc, Russell Wilson. He got paid. How high did that set the bar for my man Jared Goff? Now that's a regular guitar Travis. Yes. Run out of base. He doesn't play that Raj. Plays the base. Yes. You know, perks plays a good base to have you ever seen prints on base, l z. Yes that dude is a phenomenal. I mean, I've seen him play piano guitar bass fate. Think you know, I've seen him play by himself who's this? You didn't know that? I talk so reported speak scene. This is our friend the only sandwiches. Joe auto drew has been requesting this for three weeks. He says this is real spring Springsteen. Adam raised a Cain. Not bad. I thought this was a hip hop beat at I hear you out. And I'm a big specie guy on I'm not familiar with this. But this it's own to what is it? Call at raised a cane. Adam raised Cain say it. One. More time raised Adam raised a Cain raised a what a king Cain and Abel. What is it about this? We spent three minutes every rejoin talking about music about it. I don't know. It was a request. A good song. But you have no idea what he's talking about sound like on you know, what he's talking about. I don't even know what to say. About sounds good. Why should we ride times review on the song or something? Are you gonna another five minutes about the song? Chris. Because you approve Springsteen wanna be you don't get all the 'cause I'm asking you to say Leary's tool last time. We don't need to spend three minutes on tools..
"roshka" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"I love to do is get with you. And we've been gathering gabbing this half hour about podcasts podcasts may not be as easy as you think. The, but some people say anybody can do it. Well, our last guest is she let a Brundage she is very talented. I've known her for many years, and she is now one of our in studio producers here at C C, and she has a podcast called too hot mamas. How you doing? She let her. Hey, hey, now, we have not heard your voice tonight on radio. Oh been so busy been so busy with the mullahs report and updating social media for the station and making sure our Facebook and Twitter pages. Stay abate with the guests that you've got coming up. I'm busy. What makes you put yours in on this one, right? Okay. Well, she let it in Lindy Vincent are considered to fun engaging in opinionated, France. I've listened to several via podcasts, and I agree. What number are you on? Now. You know, how many fifty oh three a week because it's just so much fifty podcasts issue started. Yeah. We do three weeks because there's always so much going on. We've got the R Kelly situation we've got Jessie small let there's always a parenting topic coming up. So you know, we try to keep it light. We try to keep you find people want to escape, you know, we get so tired of seeing all the stuff with the politics and Trump and Muller in the reports and the Democrats and seven hundred people are running for office is nothing wrong with that. We'll talk about that another time. But there's another one. But you need something else. When you just wanna unwind. What we're hearing though. Is that your opinionated? Yeah. This is really who you are. Yeah. I mean, you know, and the thing about it is authentic inorganic. All we know how to be as us all we know how to do is make people laugh, you know, Aretha Franklin say, a once, you know, no matter how much money you have what part of town you live in their two things. You're gonna do you gonna laugh you're gonna cry? We do and we right. And we do we do both. We do it. All okay. So here it is here. You are. We've talked about to podcasts. Well, chigney Roshka mosque podcast as well as Steve LeBow, and they both talk about leadership you and Lindy have really stepped outside of some of the boxes that a lot of podcastone in. And I love leadership. You know? That's part of who. I am. But what you guys are doing. You're you're making it real you breaking down discussions you bring things down to earth for just about anyone who wants to hear it. How tell me how that how that works for you guys. What's the process? Well, we just decide what people are talking about. You know, we have friends, you know, what are you and your friends talking about if you can call somebody and say girl, can you believe or have you heard this? That's folks want to talk about and they wanna hear what we have to say about it. And another thing we do is we come from behind the microphone, and we go out into the community too. Hot mamas podcast partner with the Saint pop. Police department to try to recruit African American women on the police force and work with them on initiatives to get more black women to sign up for careers in law enforcement, that's in Saint Paul, and that's Saint Paul we partner with the department of human services to help people understand how important it is to get their children tested for autism early. So it's easy to sit in and talk the fun stuff..
"roshka" Discussed on Unorthodox
"It's two thousand nine hundred and we'd like to thank some of our donors who helped us wrap up two thousand eighteen in the financial black baby. Which I was going to keep going. We'd like to thank an we'll jetski Don cats, Molly. And Nick Haagen Marianne Novak Ralph and Marshall Guggenheim rabbi, Gary the Glick Glick Steen. Jane the burn Bernstein. Rachel shoal and Stephen Yan cower Richard Ross, Scott Neuman, Leslie, guild, Jennifer, senior, Tim and JoAnne Oppenheim. I know those people clear Garfield, Stephen the Swede Narran, Adam Pessene, Deborah Berlin, Patty, Evans, Lillian stirred, Noah, Stockman, Daniel Bethany. Lisa Enfield, Mark fabulous. Marsha zimet? Howard Wasserman Sidney Freedman Joshua shore surgery class classy, Jenny Benjamin, Jeffrey and Hetty Roshka. Samuel lauren. I'm daursky. Miranda hilliard. Yulon do favor June Michael Zimmerman, ruby Goeman, Zindi wound cleric Garfield, Jen. The Altschuler Nicole Certes, Jordan, boss ler dig Anita Rupe? 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I have another baby related Mazda. Nagin farside friend of our show and host of fake the nation welcomed a beautiful baby girl at the end of September. Rica rayon for Assad is a Cutie I've seen a pick. I didn't even know she was pregnant in order to think, you know, some thinking everything about your podcast hosts. And and again, I saw I saw a little pocket. So of the future actually did know 'cause I follow her on Instagram has been born, you know, also baby related news. My mazal tov is to my old friend Beth Rocco. Who along with her husband? Larry Samuel has a newborn baby boy William Samuel born December thirty first two thousand eighteen just in time for the tax break, Beth it should be said was kind of legendary at my high school. She was the woman she was editor the yearbook president of the senior class captain of the soccer team. She is she's with without her. Luma Chafee class nineteen Ninety-two is just an impoverished rag tag group of a couple hundred preppy people with Beth it's legendary that she has a child is immensely gratifying to me. So welcome to the world William Samuel Leow. Do you have a mazal tov this week? My muscle tone is sort of fear who will now give us a real muscle. Mazal tov to my father, Scott evil who is going on his first sabbatical ever later this month for four weeks. He he and my mom are going on a little trip and really excited for them way. Though, Sebastian Coe's four weeks. Yeah. That's barely a sabbatical. Well, this is like corporate world. That's not an academic like you guys like for us about a year and a half six and a half years. That's Schmidt attacl at best. Now. It's about a goal. Do feel. Did he earn it? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And a sabbatical also in academia, you're supposed to have a project vacation. No, this is the case is vacation. Yeah. Oh boy. 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"roshka" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It can go a long ways to court starting healing process. Hopefully, unique Ospel Mitchell mitt union gospel gospel mission spokesman, Brian Monahan says the missions annual feasts has been served at Saint Paul campus for decades base to feed at least three hundred people on site, and then are delivering meals to a dozen high rises across the metro many families will be volunteering as part of the holiday tradition. Mahlon says they're full for now. But volunteers are welcome at the mission. The rest of the year, we're less than two weeks away from the start of the two thousand nineteen Minnesota legislative session with the house of representatives. Now with a democratic majority house speaker designate, Melissa Horton told WCC's Rossini Roshka, mar the relationship with Republican members does not have to be bitter. A very first things I will do and become the real speaker. Not just the speaker designate as I won't order that the mute button be removed from the house chamber. Nobody should ever have their microphone cut off in the middle. All of a debate werman says the rights of any one of the minority should be heard and everyone has the right to fully participate in the state's decision making process. The Vikings already preparing for their regular season finale against the Chicago Bears, which usually means working and practicing on Christmas day this year, though, they get a break of Christmas falling on Tuesday the regular day off biking's wide receiver. Adam Phelan has his Christmas day plan set. Yeah. It's kind of a good timing to have the off day on on Christmas. So. Would definitely be nice to be able to spend some time with the little man. And hopefully, he'll be all juiced up to see. What Santa brought him? The last time. The Vikings day off came on Christmas day was twenty twelve they came back to beat the Packers five days later with a win next week against the Chicago Bears. The Vikings secure a playoff.
"roshka" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Cunningham, we're going to have on doctor. So Marco live in about forty five minutes to talk about more findings in the autopsies of the three who were murdered Richard newcomer Lewis called her own pride v. Russia Qadhafi we're going to have her on and talk about that plus a little bit. I suppose about the autopsy of the murderer and to talk about Perez, and I think the takeaway so far is he is two different kinds of ammunition. But one weapon so those who use handguns understand you could have hollow tipped or you could have full metal jacket. One is used more for self defense purposes once used more for penetration. And so either way Peres the murderer walked around with specific intent of killing as many people as possible. Let's take some calls. We got Gary we've got forced first, and then Gary this is also the commemoration of nine eleven some seventeen years ago. One last thought I have is how. Do you stop this? The president. Carmichael a fifth. Third Bank talked about this has got to stop and who could disagree with that notion. Yes, this has got to stop. But we must understand that. There's fewer and fewer homicides in America today than there were twenty or thirty years ago that America's too well down the list of mass murderers. We had on John Lott. The national expert who said I think Emeric is like fifty second or fifty third on the list of nations with mass killings. The reason we don't perceive it as such is. Because the our media doesn't cover the mass killings in France, Germany or Asia or South America that happen all the time. It's a South Africa. For example, is going to have approximately thirty five thousand murders this year, South Africa, pro rata that would be us having three hundred thousand murders when really we have twelve thousand. So other parts of the globe were much more violent than America, many more mass murders than we have here. But the. Uncovered in fact, if I did not have the media if you did not have the media. You would not have known that September eleven twenty one happened at all. Matt except for radio and television. Would you have known about nine eleven? I wouldn't have known about the Persian Gulf war except through media coverage. And so, you know, garbage in garbage out the media will cover certain things and not cover other things therefore unless you're somewhat well read there's reporting going on. We have no idea. What's what's what's transpiring? The inquires done. Great reporting on the murderer Peres, and what happened Broward County Florida in which is mother and his sister tried to get him committed. And they really couldn't do it because he had not done anything except act out. Violently privately by punching walls and by saying things, and that generally is hardly enough to get someone involuntarily committed. I seventy two are pink slip hold. It. Just doesn't work that way. It's very difficult because of a lack of room to get somebody committed when I did mental health hearings for the state of Ohio where the same bed constraints as you seen prison today. In fact, the largest mental health facility in the tri-state his to Hamilton county jail. That's where the mentally ill who commit offenses the not locked up because they're mentally ill too locked up. It goes dementia. Leo commit offenses, and how much mental health treatment anything happens. Now, I'm gonna county Justice center match diamond. Mansor is very little penitentiaries to Cook County jail, whatever it is our large mental health facilities in which no mental health services are provided. And then these individuals are released back into the community to do whatever they do walk around the streets have delusions, Omar Santa Peres thought that TD America was monitoring him through his computer screen. Hey, thought NBC news was actively involved in outing him, whatever the hell that means. So he sued them, and then he failed in his lawsuit. Then he had to act out against the entity that caused him injury, which was the US magistrate the federal court system. He wanted to act out. And so according to speculation of law enforcement, they believed he went to the federal court house to seek down the magistrate who had determined him to be not worthy of being in court. That was magistrate. Karen, let let let Kelsey and she assured an order saying that the lawsuit is frivolous and should be dismissed within two weeks is in point blank to buy a gun. They do their legal duty and run them through NCI. See it comes back clean never been convicted of a felony. Never been a judge mentally ill never been locked up on mental health facility nothing. So what are they do? They give them the gun. He buys two hundred and fifty rounds, which is a boatload and the rest, shall we say is history. He tried last Thursday to get into the courthouse. He walked for those of us who walk in on that lobby UCR garage metal detectors, he said oh to hell with it. Then he walked across the street. The potbellies got a Cup of coffee may about a Donut walked around and said he projected upon those walking in the fifth third Bank center as his enemies, representing NBC news TD America, the federal court system. Whatever it is. And he started shooting and three people are dead. Richard newcomer Louise's called her on and privy Roshka deputy all murdered all connected, directly or indirectly to fit third Bank. And then fortunately police officer Jennifer Shelton who's a hero. She shot him through the glass and killed him, which you know. Was an act of courage, and bravery. Let me ask you this. My gotta take some calls. We got a lot of people on hold last week about a week ago when I had on Nathan back rock has simply money and Nike was having difficulties because of picking someone like. Quarterback. I think a clown of fool to be the spokesman and the face Colin Kaepernick of Nike. His mission in life is to have cops declared to be pigs the cops routinely as part of this systemic life. Seek out black people to kill. That's the mission estimation of Colin Kaepernick. Was officer Jennifer Shelton is she a pig. Is that is the bravery? She displayed by running toward the gunfire and shooting, Omar Santa Peres through the plate glass window fifth. Third Bank was was out the act of a pig who needs to be slaughtered. And so when Nike stock is now up thirty percent. And Nathan back wreck said to me in the hallway a couple of hours ago. You know, I guess I guess Nike knows their customer base doesn't that say more about us than them that doesn't that say that somehow for one of the largest corporations in the world top thirty. Dow Jones average company to pick a hate monger, someone who represents the worst of humankind that wants to kill cops Colin Kaepernick as their voice. The fact that they can pick him and that large numbers of Americans respond, positively to that message doesn't that say something pretty awful about us about where our society is today when over half of their sales and profits come from foreign companies foreign countries, and so if you live in Asia, Africa, Europe, and you see this message, Colin Kaepernick, calling cops pigs and. That's a good message to hear about the United States of America. That's one thing. That's awful. That's bad. I assume French and German and Ugandan cops are pretty good people, by the way, but when inside of America. You have Serena Williams complementing, Colin Kaepernick, you have LeBron James complementing, Colin Kaepernick, you have Tiger Woods saying he respected the ad doesn't that say a lot about where the country is. And where we're headed that someone who's a cop hating clown and a fool who gives twenty five thousand dollars to a convicted cop killer living in Cuba. Someone who advocates indirectly the harm police officers by treating them as thirty farm animals that somehow the national media and others consider that to be positive messages for their brand and they're selling largely close and gym shoes. That's a positive for Nike to depict officers. Like, Jennifer Shelton to be a pig that sound that doesn't harm them or is a neutral comment. In fact, it helps them their stock is up thirty percent. Last night, you had a Broadway. Actress relative to Donald J Trump our president say where's John Wilkes booth when you need them? Broadway shows depict Trump being stabbed to death with blood all over the place. Now, Trump personality is disliked by many. But in reality show, we live in a society in which Hollywood actresses and Broadway stars call for the murder of the president. And it's a positive it's a resume builder. Go Cunningham seven hundred w automobile, you're shot at a trip to our.
"roshka" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"You know whatever whatever worked in the past doesn't necessarily mean it's going to work this shatters to if you continue to grind out it continue to try and work on your crafts not necessarily adding new things but just trying to keep getting better at the stuff you have um but when it comes down to just stay in that fiveday routine and try and win every star that said as kind of the only way you can make it through that one of the season in my opinion so that's eight eight cliches twenty eight seconds clear sean supposed to answer the damn questioning man deep working on your god knows a lot of questions marks about me i wanna go strong we gotta glad monsieur me though he no otani we got me and that we're not doing that but he gave you eight nothing respond in joint seconds look he said keep working hard yeah keep working hard gas because no one was awarded the professional level no well but he say he needs to keep working hard not stop when everyone works dollars some people stop national net gain fades am i right or wrong roshka lord will you stop working now you just gave us three cliches yeah just got to you you can do it i'm going to ask our way i'm look here's what i'm gonna say you never had a chance to cover me right only i did not know only thing you ever saw we'll sail by by the fit but i answered questions just like they will but they made it seem as though i was on no that's not true dominance in your world but legally i'm gonna give you one i'm giving you off the top of my hair which israel staff right that's all i mean does not real of them does not like high that's very surface level that's why it's a cliche alkhayarin germs british though you also i don't want headlines as the lonzo again thomas is going and now is about a shot on this is gone and now today author i said i'm a little more on the loose i was getting pretty good me so on so good disarm throwing orient they will you should i mean luntz i'll give you like.
"roshka" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Catch you just understand what i want google of that would probably be illegal and illinois an adr vile leshele of violation there's a few of them here there's like one or two of them here this he i with it are the guy you're on the top there that's a pretty good one except for that at sprig wanted t shirt that's a good night's pretty good the all god walling is god those are actually the people in american gothic to signal no but ken tucker used to be the tv critic initiative weekly uh uh uh he gave him american gothic and he does look like insular is uh so i don't know exactly why i am getting mees why because it's google search it's uh next in with the beam here's uh because he's has a herschel mailmen johnny bench yeah and uh uh owner should i not scrawny farther along long shirts farcical sure what could possibly go wrong i think overall is how safe search on in there i think the i should tournament another as the there's no others monet does not look like his water lilies i just wanna say oh there's a guy in a night thing uh in in in a in nights armor the white beard as funny his post regrets post he's inmates armor posing next to night's ira dodo there's dates armour it he's in a sweater now i don't see that one got a crash on the filter bubble we live we all live is me observers roshka lama mentioned in his interview with david letterman on net i watched yet how was a i watched it yet talks about the filter bubble effect the only controversial thing it's they said it all was there a big we live in two different worlds many of us people watch fox news aren't in the same were the people who watch cnn or msnbc he said it he said that and that was cut fairly controversial and the but then he talked about the filter bubble he said if you an ice search for the same word on gugel we'll get different results because uh google taylor's results to you and that's and so we talked about that filter bubble issue which you you have this is from ally paris irs bo and you have a debate times yet debated this and said and i.
"roshka" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Pay attention to the address the pace before making friends actions that may be sending money to crypto shuffler is add men's kurdish shovellers bitcoin waller court records show that cybercriminals bind the scam have netted twenty three point two four bitcoin so far while it's quite a lot are they can cryptic appeared are com for that also think are the partners deaths dot org and the could your home improvements fence distributed of course will enhance user offices for our studio over the new ghost gunnar can now make the 1911 and glock parts in the of course be looking forward to the upcoming uh anaka polka conference in late february and the latin american bitcoin conference december fourth and fifth in atlanta in days going to be there damn skipping and the and i've talked to the guys in caracas and ominami to put them and they're gonna help me get into than this was really travelled out getting murdered by i don't believe that but i i hope he return alive good luck daily either be there in i guess will be a broadcasting from there in the hopefully that the bad happens to him our hugo chavez you're up while they're yellow that'll do it while getting back to our gas um or check of our at one of the two do like a like a combo now a mud rather shave myself than way chase that were chased shirt i know i i don't get the bill the liberals the do that it's like oh jerry i i killed thousands of people be because uh i'm a massmurderer bullets look up to me sure unlike that j with a mickey mouse years you see nye had earlier accident in uh in russia they have a a cartoon in a dull called shipshape roshka and you'll have chased shirts with the doll on it like the face yet looking kinda like j it's on anyway uh so so we're talking about the stash node which is a bank in a box and i'll just try to summarise.
"roshka" Discussed on The Locker Room
"I don't know about that but a big gesture appreciated to these he's still lock on espn radio and the espn welcome back to the locker room on ears pairetto and the s p anap with me jump schwartz eightyear nfl off live with my buddy ben heart socked 10year nfl tired and you know it's always in season surprising a friend or loved one with a bouquet from 1800flowerscom one hundred fires has amazing offers on bouquet starting at just twenty nine ninety nine 1800flowerscom slash espn jerry jones is in the news again seems to always be hindus obviously with this he kelly suspension he was a big part of the news that but now it seems like he's trying to overthrow roger goodell at roshka girls power there is an association right now with a conflict with the nfl's compensation committee is a 6 owner committee that has full authority from the other owners to negotiate roger goodell 's new contract a new contract lotions had been approved and they are close to getting a deal but now jerry jones has entered the picture as kind of an adhoc member of this house this committee he seems to have a different idea of the way that roger goodell should go about getting his compensation even even threatening to sue the cop committee committee because they were not up front with the way wade closures have gone especially falcons owner arthur blank in the cowboys wet too later today at end up playing.
"roshka" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A long time well it's interesting it's a sticky with the virginia race for a minute i mean donald trump made the argument that edgar must be lost because he didn't fully embrace donald trump others are saying that the and philosophy couldn't win because that trumpism without trump doesn't work that you really need the combination of his hardedged policies with his hardedged personality in order to make that work what do you think about that i think that most observers i've spoken with a democrat and republican by the way i 5 from the most hardcourt trump supporters but even many mart republican think that donald trump with a liability that thank god d in virginia he actually outperformed in some areas of the state arguably he campaigned strongly but trump is a huge liability in particular among the suburban voters his approval ratings has you know or at a historic low and you know the bottom line is we often spend a lot of time talking about the angry white working class voters who are trump's it'd be but there are a lot more middleclass suburban voters then there are voters like osce name i think is why republicans are very nervous looking at the 2018 midterm elections glasses the new yorker and political chief international affairs correspondent suzanne much we're speaking with us thank you last sunday a man entered a church and a tiny town in southern texas and opened fire with a semiautomatic rifle killing or wounding almost everyone inside as you might imagine the national conversation almost immediately went to the issue of guns which is one of this country's most of us of issues uh uh uh mass shooting as the latest evidence that there needs to be more gun control but others say the laws need to be looser so that quote unquote good citizens can protect against the bad ones kgb pierce leila fondled visited a gun store and sent this report at range of firearms in san antonio texas the owners dalmatian taunton lounges at the front door of the store long of st james me group loose and there's this are our fester oh wow that's roshka ever do we see the third chesney around he's pointing at roscoe the pet snake above the snakes too rare em is a wall of a.
"roshka" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"And so it just wasn't clear to him how to make it part of his model so by using you know this random forest model he was able to label all the ideal trades that he was wanting to mag and feet in lots and lots of features that he felt like should be relevant pick out the ten or fifteen that actually according to the machine learning are more relevant and rauner strategy that made a lot of sense stamina was quite transparent i mean he could actually look at what the rules are he could even rod him down in english and say all right well when these five things happen then i wanna buy in these you know nine things happen over here i want to sell um and so it's nice to use decision trays because they're transparent um and if you if you use a bunch of decision truce together as called the random for us and it's more robust for some reasons which i don't want to get into but there are some books that i could refer you to for if the listeners wanna you know read about machine learning they can get sir tie on machine learning from sebastian roshka and if they're looking for um for trading ideas and and places the start quantitative sharing by ernest chan is a very good starting point cases this fake to mike sorry is gentleman here for into he had these are the data sources which he failed should be relevant.
"roshka" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"While the cubs bringing a lefthanded montgomery though sack rosskop who just got called up so he will make his first appearance with the cubs here in the big leagues this season guy was heard all of last year's act rosskop nine games a aaa had a three four five and run average arroyo belgian posy coming up chain somehow survived the bottom of the eight the lead although the litas alive smaller it's six to four giant inning number nine right had to hit or against them in the fast bowlers foul back of the screen one thing in the minor leagues that they loved about russia these strikes roared he had twenty five strikeouts which is already pretty good in fifteen and twothirds innings but he only one three you want it fast ball hindsight one and one count with the iowa cubs this year yeah dillon floral was sent back to aaa to make them roster spot available is a change at off the outside ball to sack roshka begun to thirty three games for the cubs last year eighteen lear before janvier before that show he's bounced up and down between the miners in the majors so the fourth year in a row that he's gotten big leagues june one pitch serena follow off to the right in the second deck and the the counties to a two actually last year he did not get too big lease you didn't get any rhythm threw a pitch last year in this the entire season with an injured left shoulder on the pitches a swing a high dr rightcenter field almahrah goes over he's on route and makes the case ten feet shy of the world the newsletter fielded either being now state into place interview and that was he and a half looking made the catch on that one rosskopf is in the number two spot of the order were l mora had been looking for a pinchhitter john j so happy knowing center feared in the nightspot here is branded belt he takes a slight alone outside the gone.