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Taking Aim at Discrimination, UCs Action Could Spell E-N-D for SAT
"From wondering I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily on this Tuesday June ninth late last month, the University of California fired the shot that may have killed. The sat the sat in its rival tests. The act of long ruled the lives of anxious college bound high school, Juniors and seniors. The tests which have been given for decades have played pivotal roles in who gets to. To Go to college, and where they've also frequently determined, who receives merit based scholarships, but in May, the University of California said no more it's phasing out the tests as a requirement for admission at it's nine colleges which include the prestigious UCLA UC Berkeley campuses. It's detailed plan doesn't fully end the use of the tests until twenty twenty-five, but they'll be completely eliminated at that point. The UC system had already made the tests optional for this year's applicants due to corona virus complications, but a more fundamental reason is motivating the university's decision to cancel the tests permanently discrimination in December California. High School, students and equal justice advocates sued the university system. They argued that requiring students to submit sat or act. Test scores is both nonsensical and illegal. It's nonsensical. They claim because six decades of the university's own research shows that the tests don't predict college success. They're illegal. The plaintiff's claim because test scores are strongly influenced by family income, parents, education and race. As a result, the plaintiffs say requiring the test scores violates California's own anti-discrimination laws by preventing the plaintiffs from accessing public higher education. The case is still pending, but last month university leaders agreed with those arguments several said the tests favor the wealthy, because children from affluent families can afford expensive test prep in can pay to take the tests multiple times. Supporters of the decision said the tests screen out good. Hispanic black and other minority candidates California's Lieutenant Governor Ellen couldn't lock is a member of the university's board. These tests are extremely flawed and very unfair. She said according to The New York Times enough is enough she added. Over the last few years, hundreds of small colleges and universities across the country, either made the tests optional or eliminated the requirement to submit the test scores all together since the pandemic emerged in the US, another seventy schools have scrapped the requirement at least temporarily. The Times reported. The University of California's decision could spell the future for the sat in the college. Board it is the most popular university system in the country. Last year, six of its campuses made us news and World Report's list of the top ten most popular campuses in the US. Hundreds of thousands of students applied to the schools. The system carries tremendous weight within America's higher education community, meaning other large elite colleges are likely to follow suit. which is not good news for the two powerhouse nonprofits that administer the Tests Princeton's College Board sells the Sat Iowa's act administers its test of the same name. Both are multi multimillion dollar organizations according to the New York, times one critic of the sat estimates that the College Board is lost forty five million dollars in revenue this spring alone due to covid nineteen cancellations. It had promised to deliver a test. Students could take online this week. The company said it will not in fact be able to deliver an online test. Rival Act was struggling before the University of California announced its bellwether decision late last month, the company said it was taking cost cutting actions including the opportunity for staff to take leaves of absence or to resign voluntarily and receive severance. Pay Act CEO. Martin Rutta departed abruptly on May. Twenty ninth under his four-year leadership, the A, C embarked on a string of acquisitions intended to diversify the company's business,
"rutta" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Do you know what needs to happen. Yes actually we have a I would say. We have a pretty good vision great so it seems like you need to deploy the hybrid model in some capacity because if you if you already know what needs to happen you can clearly articulate that to someone you may not be time to hire a full time person but the speak to someone who could do that either heck. Maybe you partner with another person you partner with an operator. Maybe what you're missing is an operator operator. You guys have the strategy you bring in an operator who wants to be their day in day out and dedicate some resources <hes> obviously you're going to extend capital potentially depending on how large growing the business maybe you can have someone by in reinvested capital either way someone should be doing those things you know need to be done. I would recommend going insane. We understand marketing right so I don't need someone. WHO'S GONNA be marketing strategy? That's more of what we already got right. We we could probably do it most of us. Don't do stuff that we could do at home. I don't cut my yard not because I think I'm too good to do it but I started to. I started to weigh out what I could be doing right my family. I Love I love spending time with my family. Believe it or not I spend a lot of time at work. You guys can probably relate to that so I don't. I don't get joy from cutting. I don't derive any joy from cutting my yard right. It needs to get done. That's why it gets done at some point. I could do it more. I could spend time with my family. I'm not gonNA take a principal stance in handcuff myself to a lawnmower because by God I could do this but when we go into a professional standpoint we do that. You guys obviously have a talent native genius genius at marketing and the things that you're doing so they're not mean as as often as they should be over in this other side and you're not hiring someone or partnering with someone or Hiring Agency because you should do it yeah because you know how to do it. You have the confidence and some point. You're not doing it because you're not doing it. There's a reason and it matters but it doesn't. The only thing that matters is it's not being done so you can be fundamentally right or the business can grow doesn't mean you have to go higher right yeah and and you know what sounds like. You've got a business teaching people how to do something. That's enjoyable. Relaxing is a passion as a hobby. Could maybe turn into a career so you kind of fall into that category of your responsibility. Responsibility is to get that information and to promote that business or those products and get them into and many people as possible doesn't have to be doing it. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. I think I think in retrospect the thing the mistake take we made was actually not keeping the original owner around to continue to Rutta just deploying our assets and expertise into what he's already doing but that's a that's a whole different rabbit hole. That's something we yeah we aren't from rolling. If you're going to buy you know go in and don't buy all the business going and by most of the business keep the operator there give them a salary and the ability to increase their ownership and that's the <hes> especially if you bring in marketing skill right if you can increase the value can increase traffic increase leads increase sales whatever it is that you bring to.
Tripoli threat: a warlords bid to take Libya
"Today. History. Occasion in the political history of Libya today, we are told that Gadhafi is that it's been eight years since. Mm-hmm. Mortgage offie was deposed as leader of Libya and killed the country has been in turmoil ever since a u n backed so-called unity government holds a fragile power in the capital of Tripoli. Now, the country is in very real danger of descending into an all out civil war general Khalifa half tar is leading his rebel troops from the eastern part of the country to the capital twenty one people are reported to have been killed. General half. Tar is a former field marshal in Colonel Gadhafi's army who helped him seize power in nineteen sixty nine but also helped remove him more than forty years later calls for a ceasefire to evacuate civilians have so far and ignored. The warlord who controls the east of the country has pushed initially south. Roger McShane is are Middle East editor taking most of the southern part of the country, and is now pushing up towards Tripoli and has launched an offensive on the capital, which is controlled by a UN back government of national unity and right now, there's lots of fighting around the outskirts of the city not much fighting in the city, lots of finding around the disused airport. So you say there is this u n backed government is is it fully in control of Libya. No, it's not even really in control of the capital relies for security on militias and around Tripoli. It doesn't really provide any services to the people of Tripoli, and it certainly doesn't control the rest of the country. And what about flea tar would what are his objectives? Well, he thinks he's the only person in Libya who can unify and stabilize the country he has launched offensives against. Islamists and jihadists in cities like Benghazi, and he pushed further south in order to really stabilize that area. Which had been overrun with folks in the people smuggling trade in the drug smuggling trade and now he's pushing the Tripoli under the same pretenses. Of course, Tripoli is run by a UN back government, which sort of belies his intentions. How do you mean have has a habit of painting anyone who is against him as a terrorist Jihadist as an extremist? That's not quite the case. That's certainly not the case with the UN back government in Tripoli and the militias in and around Tripoli, and certainly the militias in MS rutta would not consider themselves extremists, which you really have is just a country that is full of armed groups full of militias each fighting for their own little patch of land and wealth. How did general have come to be in this position to to think of himself as the one man to unite the country? After as a pretty interesting background. He was a general under Qaddafi fill out with Qaddafi eventually moved to America and worked with the CIA for time in several tempts to overthrow Qaddafi. When the revolution broke out in two thousand eleven against Utah fee. He came back to help the rebels to overthrow him. And then he sort of retreated for while in two thousand fourteen as a country sort of falling back into civil conflict. He came back and took over what he called the Libyan national army, and sort of painting himself as just the one person who could really unite the country. And so why is he made this this big aggressive move? Now, if he's felt that way for all that time that's a really good question. And that's what everyone is trying to figure out. I mean, he moved south, and he moves south pretty easily took over most of the south pretty easily so that probably emboldened him, but this comes out of really odd time this offensive on Tripoli because you're the UN secretary general actually in. Tripoli as the offensive was launched. The secretary general was trying to organize a peace conference for the middle of this month. So it's a bit of weird timing, but it's sort of women people see us through the final bet for half. This is his final push that after this sort of diplomacy takes over. So this is his last chance to sort of really settle things militarily, and do you think it will work? What are the odds you think he can take Tripoli at the rate? He's going I think it'd be very tough. There was a thought that perhaps he can sort of by off militias and around Tripoli. But what we've seen actually is a lot of the militias are actually uniting you have the militias from his rutta coming in saying, they will defend the capital, and they're very powerful. I mean, if nothing else this is gonna be a long and bloody campaign if it continues, and how has the the international community responded to this. So the international community has come together and called for a stop to the fighting. But to this point they've been rather disunited. I mean, you have a number of parties that are behind have to our countries like Egypt countries. Like the UAE France sells them weapons Russia's well. And for different reasons, I mean, the UA and Egypt are anti Islamist, and they see Dr as an anti-islamic force France has oil interests in Libya that they think have doors best place to protect and and Russia sees a fellow third -tarian, and then you have other countries like America, like Italy like Britain. These are all countries that helped overthrow Qaddafi held back the rebels overthrew Qaddafi, and they have put their efforts behind the UN back government in Tripoli. I mean, really living is a bit of a forgotten country after the overthrow Qaddafi. Everyone just sort of backed off and forgot about it. In fact, Barack Obama has said that was one of the biggest mistakes of his presidency was forgetting about Libya, but it seems that there there is some level of American involvement there and there. Or even reports now of US troops being pulled out. I mean, how how involved is America America is involved in as much as it sees a civic counter terrorism interests in Libya, so it's helped with the fight against Islamic state in Libya, and other Jihadist groups. And you also have European powers? You'll quite interested in the I'm both for counterterrorism reasons. But also to stop the migrant-smuggling that occurs across the Mediterranean. So you have countries that are involved, but there's sort of all after their own interest in the not really working together to sort of help the u n back government in Tripoli, take hold.
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"Filmmaker. I think the last thing is. What is it? The article experience is what is the definition of it? Now is it five hundred people in the theater is it a hundred is it fifty is a two people on a Friday night in front of a flat screen to me. It is that's the theatrical experience to me if it's one person. I mean, I think that the experience is the definition of it has changed. It's going to have to that's the world we live. Yeah. And your movie to you you have movie stars. And it has the feeling of kind of like an event movie in some ways from the eighties of the ninety s very sort of mid budget. Hi, Jan rutta, and that we were talking about others movies have disappeared from the Cineplex. And Netflix says obviously making strides to bring a lot of those kinds of movies back. Is there any part of you that will miss the kind of like boxoffice quality around some of this stuff or just sort of the pomp and circumstance that comes with the theatrical. It's to me it's always enjoyable to watch a film in theater or other people are laughing and join in crying, but we live in a world where where the traditional studios have centered much of their energy on Brandon, entertainment and. I'm not judging. That's what they're doing. That's their business model. And I think as you just sorta pointed out they've left behind an enormous narrative entertainment world that many people want and Netflix, God bless them have stepped in. And with great care and love has are fostering Roma. It's my favorite film of the year. Yeah. I I'm going to vote for the award people may not agree. But I feel it is. And I would like to think that when they win the Academy Award. This argument of whether net flicks makes films or not will be put the bed. It's that arguments over they make films they make films that are worthy of any award. That people are giving you this. I'm you know, if Roma wins and other films win, I think in the year two is this not even argument discussion is going to be ancient history, which it should be at this point. There's other aspect of this too. So interesting to me, I feel like there's a new part of the equation with a Netflix movie where I don't know how much of the bird box kind of phenomenon valid, but is it is it relevant to you. If you're movie kind of becomes like a mean or something on the internet that is significant because I feel like one. Felt buzzsaw has a lot of things that people could pull out and could become very memorable moments. But to is that like a new barometer for success in a way, if people have creep are creating content around the story that you've told I certainly I'm aware of the marketing of a film in these days memes. And and things taken from films are part of the marketing, so it's relevant on that way. I would like to see that for Netflix sick. They they entrusted me with some of money. And and and I respect that. And I hope it does. Well for them. I'm not really that interested in it. I hope people like it. I at this point, I'm sort of making movies as much for myself as for other people, and I've sort of turned a corner a little bit for better or worse. Hopefully, I don't stray too far that sounds like a really peaceful place to be in while you know, where it came from. I dive discussed this few times before but I worked on superman lives, which was the debacle of all time. So so epic that they made a documentary about it. I've seen it as fascinating. Right. So I I worked for a year and a half on Soumailla's. And as we getting down the wire they pull the plug two weeks before. A lot of money. But I went into the office. They pull the plug and it was living. My worst nightmare for a year. Like, this was gonna happen. I got my car job down Zanu Monica. I'm sitting on the beach, and I'm just processing everything that just happened over the last year. And I'm and I suddenly realized watching the ways that I could have written the words on the sand and the waves could have just washed away. That's how relevant was. And that was a shocking concept. And then I don't know a half hour later. I'm still singing I thought it doesn't matter. I got something that is process. I this was something I did as much for myself. This was not an invalid thing that just happened. And when I finally stood up its onset, I resolved. I was in at this point doing this as much for myself as for other people in these notions are in velvet buzzsaw the end of valid buzzsaw ends with Jewish John Malkovich. Which is literally what I experienced the idea that there is an outsider artist who's who's who's creating art as a cathartic experience for childhood trauma. Art can be as much for the artist as it can be for the audience. And I think in this film, I was really interested in the relationship between commerce and art in today's world. And the relationship is a very rocky won the quality of a work can't be judged by the number of clicks, reviews or dollar paid. I'm not saying that success diminishes the work. But it didn't no way defines it some. I'm sort of speaking to two different groups are speaking of people monetize art, saying art is more than a commodity assign ever forget that. Because I think sometimes we do. And I'm also speaking artists if you can become a brand you can beat yourself become a brand. God bless you. If that's what you want. That's fine. I don't judge that at all. But I think they're I I look at creativity as sort of a knife edge, and you can blunt it if you're not careful with repetition, and these are themes that are in the film. So I'm sort of I'm throwing ideas at their amidst the satire that you've experienced. Yeah. It's so interesting. I wonder if you have heard from anyone in the art world since you've started showing the film to people and what their reaction to it is. I haven't heard yet. I feel very secure in our research and all the almonds, and I'll tell you last week. I finally watched the price of everything on HBO. I was gonna ask you if you've seen it. I saw it a week ago and everything that these titans in the industry talk about are things that are in our film. I find that. I really asked down in my notes here. I it's so. Eerie how so much of what you are hitting on, you know, essentially, mocking there are people doing in real time in this documentary. It's fascinating. And Jake's character one point says when Toni Collette is asking about money, and where where it's all going in Texas on the money question. It's on everybody's talking about it. And in my research. Everybody is talking about what they're time at the present anything. Everybody knows that something's wrong is somehow it's not like they don't know what I don't think it can be stopped when he can't be stopped the more money the more fuel. It's like trying to stop a bonfire. It's not gonna stop. But people are trying to figure out where it's going. What is it? What does it mean? Does it diminish? Does it do this? It's a very interesting time for contemporary, art, anything. Yeah. I mean, do you see some of the same struggles for yourself as a filmmaker do feel any kind of crunch, even though you're in this peaceful moment, the only the crunch. I feel is is is that I'm an industry, which is which is in a transition phase because of the traditional studios going one way, and Netflix and other people coming in Philly that that's interesting to me it the idea as as as somebody who creates. It's that like I said I'm trying to create more for myself now than for other people. I'm trying to turn my back a little bit on all the noise, and China, I feel that if you create if look night took me a long time, but a night Carl I feel like I've found my voice, whatever my voice is a night crawler. I believe it's enrollment. I believe it's an so I'm just trying to follow my voice, I'm trying to create things that that that are relevant to me. And that brings its own piece it at this point, tell me a little bit about Roman because I don't think that there is enough conversation about it. I think it was a little bit overlooked, even though Denzel was acknowledged. And he's really interesting movie. Really well made what's your sort of? How do you look back on it? Now a few years removed from it on tremendously proud of it for myself and for all the people who worked on particularly for Denzel. I mean, I mean, I discuss this when it was out, but really Roman to me is is the story of the burden of of belief. It's it's it's he's a character. Who's carried a a sort of symbolic cross for so long, and he can't hold it up anymore, and he's going to drop it into me. That is the most of all things we are all going to not meet our standards at some point. And the ultimate message Roman is about redemption. It's it's not about failure. It's about finding a way out of out of something when you can turn when you turn your back on everything you believe in and you suddenly say, oh my God. How could this have happened? Where can you go and forgiving yourself and forgiving circumstances? That is an elevating experience that I was interested in. It's I'm very proud of the film when you're writing does the theme comforters. Does the the idea this setup confide? He always comes. First father is a writer told us from a very early age never bore you cannot bore. So I honestly think the first and foremost job of any artist on some level is to engage you can put slash entertain. But you have to engage people, and I'm looking for vehicles at engaging audience, and that become sort of Christmas trees that I can hang ideas on let me ask you a it struck me as I was watching this movie, you have a real knack for name. Tmz you your character names are very creative in this film in particular, they're sort of really elevated, but we're does stuff like that. Come from. Do you spend a lot of time trying to grab something that will really while people or puts, you know, kind of knocked him off their feet. The idea comes from. I I am an enormous Charles Dickens fan and one of the things I loved about dickens was he saw he saw a name as a vehicle to tell you something about the character. So I could spend a day on a character's name, and I have spent eight is been days on a character's name. I have lists of names. I have files of names, I'm put names one name. And I'm always experimenting looking more Vanderbilt. John Don, Don, reduce your Hayes. I just these these are names that I like, I just love names yen. I find the characters are saying those names frequently in the film, you know, it's so much fun. Not to have to ring out in some way. I find that you miss. That's great Dan couple more questions one. I'm curious. What's the last movie you've seen that you're jealous of I am jealous? Of roma. Yeah. What what was it about that? He is reminded Koran reminded us that there's nothing more dramatic than human small events framed in the right way that threw me there are scenes in Roma that rival any spectacle being made on any budget level. It just I was grossed in that film as it went as anything that I've ever seen. And and these are these are these are deep undercurrents that are not evident. They seem like they shouldn't be so important. But, but when you frame them the way he's framed them, so masterfully they become so powerful. And I just think it's it's it's a reminder of of the of of the potential for drama among people away from spectacle. And I'm only jealous in the sense that I'm not jealous. I I I'm at Meyer that he picked up the mantle and said look people life. This is this is this is really dynamite stuff if you can look at it the right way. Don't forget about it. Do you have a checklist of the kinds of films that you want to be able to make future in your career? None. Do you figure out where to go it all just an idea it just suddenly ideas on these seems really relevant? I have ideas for really dumb broad comedies that that. I once in a while I threatened to do I haven't I should write an action film. I wanna do I have I it's just an idea comes to you. I like I remember watching Slumdog millionaire, and I thought man that writer 'cause I based on a book, I must have been so excited the day. They came up with the idea of the game show quiz that became a vehicle to tell a story in flashback. That's like if I come up with that idea. I just wouldn't. That's just too cool. An idea ideas are have the shapes to them, and and you and if you look at them relevant to us on the you can see them other people can't see them. But but ideas, suddenly just leap out and go look at me, they sort of have structured to them, and and you become on my God. That's just like cool little thing. I could it's like a toy you can play with. So what are you doing next? I'm writing in original spec. Another one set in Los Angeles. At night. God help me at night s another night move in LA thought you would have learned by now. I will you. It's funny shooting at night in LA's fantastic after ten o'clock. There's no traffic. I noticed there were a couple of very good LA moments in in the new film as well. Yeah, we we shot, but I love shooting Elliott night. It's empty it's deserted. It's got this cool energy to it. It's cooler, literally, cooler, it's really interesting wild energy. Let's get dinner. I end every show by asking filmmakers. What's the last? Great thing they've seen. So maybe not that you're jealous of. But just a great thing that you saw I am an enormous fan of Ben Stiller as as gave him down tomorrow. Yeah. Guy was blown away. I I heard that he took two years on it. Then if you're listening, it was a really well spent two years, it's an incredible piece Patricia and Paul and Benito these performances are one of the writing was great to six six or seven parts on the did you see it? I did on the fifth or sixth episode when that thing happens, and you all my God, this was because it structurally, so brilliant to put that they're not in the front where it would have so differently affect. The peace, and I would have been so proud to do that piece. I thought it was remarkable. That's a great answer. I had so much fun watching Belva bus ident-. Thank you. Thank you. I appreciate. Thanks so much, Dan Gilroy. And thank you to you. For listening to this week's episode of the big picture, please tune in next week when we will have a brand new Oscar show that we've dubbed the wife of palooza, Amanda Dobbins, and I finally saw the wife, and we are ready to talk about it. And we have so much to say what we'll see you next Tuesday.
"rutta" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"That would make me. I there's no way I could do that. There's no way I could play coop. Tetris sounds gift to find the right partner. It's. So you have to drift to find out it is like Pacific rim. Yeah. You gotta find somebody who's finish each other's sentences then sentence. Yes. Little slow on the. Quicker sandwiches? Let it go. We're never gonna play co tetris. The bill. Government funding slack officers projects our taxes made that game. I think I'm technically an executive producer of tetris. Terrell from Pennsylvania. I was thinking about getting rid to. But the old western cowboy setting and aesthetic is the one hundred percent complete opposite of what I enjoy. It. Literally pushes me away. The same can be said for the setting in Crete odyssey as I seem to vibe more with origins has a game aesthetic ever completely turned you off to playing it. It was completely put off from playing dust for a really long time. Oh, lose entail. Oh, yeah. That was a pretty common sentiment at the time. But when it came to switch I finally pulled the trigger and didn't get super far just 'cause I got sidetracked. But I like it great. Yeah. It's it's got a good system. But that's kind of the first one. I think of I can't think of anything like I'm willing to give any setting a shot because I think it's more about how successfully they execute. What they do with it. Then I think they're definitely some settings that I like more than others. But yeah, like, you know, like, I've I've definitely enjoyed games that are outside of like the things I would go watch a movie about, you know, for sure. Yeah. I mean, if anything I think like Redan some of the weirder absence. Krys are more interesting just because they do things that aren't touched on much in. Exactly, I'm kind of pushed away from like medieval settings seen. Yes. Everything that has to offer. I mean crazy with futuristic real world. Medieval fantasy like or just done to fucking death and video games. It's not to say there are no new spins on those. Yeah. Pretty pretty cohesive thing, you're going to be judged everything else in the John rutta cyberpunk, okay, cohesive thing, cohesive, execution of or it's got its own spin is what I mean. Like, it's not just generic suit of future typhi for games it does. But like, oh, yeah. Yeah. From yes. As cliche is again. Right. But there have been a lot of games like that. Or that have done it. Well, right. Yeah. But you know, like you can count you can count western video games on two hands. Like there hasn't been a lot of agent Egypt out there. You know, like, I right. I I'm super into stuff like that..
"rutta" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Jan rutta Cy Young award winners announced a major league baseball. The winner of the National League is Mets ready. Jacob degrom who lead the majors. Eight one seven AL winter twenty five year old Tampa Bay lefty lakes now who lead the majors of wins would twenty one. Come out on top feels great. But it also left me. No now that that I've won this. I'm I'm hungry for more. And I want to do. So. It's a great feeling. I really can't put it into words. But I'm just I'm excited to go. For next year wakes Snell on sportscenter. He led the American League with at one. Eight nine Red Sox have agreed on a contract extension with manager Alex Cora through the twenty twenty one season NBA scoreboard Philly debut for Jimmy Butler at Orlando Butler started scored fourteen and thirty three minutes, but the magic rally for one eleven one. Oh, six win over the seventy Sixers Miami at one twenty one zero seven victory at Brooklyn Celtics blast. The bulls won eleven to eighty two pistons get past the raptors in Toronto one oh six one zero four Reggie Bullock game winning shot as time expired Blake Griffin, thirty points, twelve rebounds grizzlies over the one sixteen one thirteen in Milwaukee. Lakers. Make it four straight beat the blazers won twenty six to one seventeen. Lebron James forty four points, ten rebounds nine moves past Wilt Chamberlain for fifth on the all-time scoring list in the NHL avalanche. Keep has the broad six to three Blackhawks end. An eight game losing streak a one nothing victory over the blues. Winnipeg makes it three straights. Getting past the Capitols three to one top rank Duke forty point win over eastern Michigan coming up.
"rutta" Discussed on The Moth
"And it the the film did really well. Started. It started with the scene. That was very took me a long time to watch it. Actually, I would always close my eyes when it came. The scene where I riding in a humvee. Because I took the next trip after Tim broke his leg. Riding in a humvee. And all of a sudden everything goes, orange and black and the humvee got blown up. It went off under the engine block though instead of under us. So we live. And that whole rest of the day. I was just on this crazy jagged high. I mean, there's nothing like not getting killed to crank you up. Incredible. And that night, I just sank spiraled down into this black hole wars a lot of things it's incredibly exciting. And I hate to put it that way. But I'm not up here to lie to you. It's really exciting. And it's really scary. And it's really intense, and it's really meaningful. But it's also incredibly sad. And sadness is a kind of delicate emotion that's easily. Easily trampled by other feelings and that night, I got in touch with the sadness of the whole thing. Politics aside. Just the fact that people are doing this to each other it crush me and that sadness lasted exactly until the next time. We got shot at then I was back in the game. But I had the camera rolling when we got blown up. And that bit of footage. I could not bring myself to watch. Because when I tried to watch it, my heart rate went one hundred eighty couldn't do it. But we put that in the beginning of the movie and the movie came out and did really well and. Tim, and I were just on this amazing ride. You know is incredible. But the Arab world is in flames. Now, right. This is a little more than a year ago, the Arab spring just is incredible incredibly important upheaval in the world, and Tim, and I were dying to get back to work to get back out there. You know, we're journalists. Which side to go to Libya to cover the civil war in Libya and the last minute I couldn't go to went on his own and on April twenty last year. I got the news on the internet on Twitter, actually, which is a way. I hope I never get bad news again. That my good friend. Tim had been killed in the city of rata an eighty one millimeter mortar, I'd come in and hit a group of fighters and journalists Misratah and ten and killed them wounded a bunch of them and Tim was hit in the groin. Any blood out on the back of a pickup truck? Back of a rebel pickup truck racing for them as rutta hospital. I felt nothing. I was hollow. Again, dislike in that Jeep in Sierra Leone when I was waiting to see if I was going to die completely hollow. I felt bad that I didn't feel bad. I was at shock. I realized later I was in shock and. You know, spares you for a little while things you're going to have to feel later. In the middle of that that awful day. I got an Email from Vietnam vet that I'd met in Texas and timid met him to and he really liked scrip. Oh, and he'd been through a lot of bad stuff. And he read my book in Tim's book, and he just liked our work, and he sent me an Email, and he said. Sebastian. I'm so sorry about him. But I have to tell you something it might sound callous. But I gotta tell you. You guys with your books and your movie, you came very close to understanding the truth about war. You didn't get all the way. The core reality of war, isn't that you might get killed out there. It's that you're guaranteed to lose your brothers. And in some ways, you guys didn't understand the first thing about war. And now Sebastien you've lost a brother, and you understand everything there is to know about it. And he was right. Wasn't callous the truth? Truth can't be cows. And now, I know. The truth about war. And I'm never going back again. Thank you..
"rutta" Discussed on KCRW
"Heart rate went to one hundred eighty couldn't do it. But we put that in the beginning of the movie and the movie came out, and it did really well and. Tim, and I were just on this amazing ride. You know is incredible. But the Arab world is in flames. Now, right. This is a little more than a year ago, the Arab spring just is incredible incredibly important upheaval in the world, and Tim, and I were dying to get back to work to get back out there. You know, we're journalists we decided to go to Libya to cover the civil war in Libya and the last minute, I couldn't go Tim went on his own. And on April twenty last year. I got the news on the internet on Twitter, actually, which is way. I hope I never get bad news again. That my good friend had been killed in the city of Astrada, an eighty one millimeter mortar, come in and hit a group of fighters and journalists and Misratah and Tim and killed and wounded a bunch of them in him was hit in the groin. Any blood out in the back of a pickup truck back of a rebel pickup truck racing for them as rutta hospital. And I felt nothing. I was hollow again. Dislike in that Jeep in Sierra Leone when I was waiting to see if I was going to die completely hollow. I felt bad that I didn't feel bad. I was in shock. I realized later I was in shock and. Spares you for a little while the things you're going to have to feel later. The middle of that awful day. I got an Email from Vietnam vet that I met in Texas and timid met him to and he really liked Restrepo, and he'd been through a lot of bad stuff. And he read my book in Tim's book, and he just liked our work, and he sent me an Email, and he said. Sebastian. I'm so sorry about him. But I have to tell you something it might sound callous. But I gotta tell you. You guys with your books in your movie, you came very close to understanding the truth about war. You didn't get all the way. The core reality of war, isn't that you might get killed out there. It's that you're guaranteed to lose your brothers. And in some ways, you guys didn't understand the first thing about war. And now Sebastien you've lost a brother, and you understand everything there is to know about it. And he was right. Wasn't callous the truth? Truth can't be cows. And now, I know. The truth about war. And never going back again. Thank you. Sebastian. Sebastian was the author of the perfect storm, another nonfiction bucks with Tim Hetherington. He co directed the documentary Restrepo which won the.
"rutta" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Rutta held the play in the puck inside and the play inside the blue jackets wise crypto. Yeah, they're going to say that he didn't until offsides is called face off comes out the center, right? For the Blackhawks regrouping after that, the disappointing sixty minute effort against Arizona on it goes in and tired against Winnipeg today, but lost that game on a tough road trip. They end up back in here against the Columbus. Blue jackets next Tuesday, which is Columbus was next game back in the hawk zone. Chris Kunitz behind the hawk net for the puck, but it into the near corner. David Campese hit but kicks it up the left side boards. Brandon Davidson had the Chris Kunitz hit the hawk line, spins it ahead down the boards into the jackets on dean Kuchen back to get it. Swiss-born product will stick it off the left boards at center ice picked up by Koenigs back into the jackets. All right point Tila slot. Slot shoots atop the end. But Broschi squad puck taken in the far corner by Boone Jenner he'll fire it diagonally down into the near corner in the hawk zone. Yawkey back to get the puck to the hawks. He'll cruise in behind the hawk net and pass it up the right side at center ice picked up by. He is tricked by Yuki hire you as he enters the hawk zone penalty will be called the blue jackets will go to the power play here. Brandon Saad had an opportunity with the puck on his stick in the slot area. And boy, he did not look comfortable and leading that shot gold kind of handcuffed himself. And then one two in his mind pushed it towards the net. Not the show that he was looking for that is a lack of competence that you could see from all the way up here from Brandon Saad resulting play ends up going down into the Blackhawk candidates with a nice little quick move away. From your jaws the penalty for twenty five on the season for Columbus for the Blackhawks penalty kill six instead of teen opportunities. That's got to improve in the high slot. He's got the puck moves it to declare left circle. Back over Renske Pinera on top of the right circle. Shoots down with a butterfly save. Loose puck in the crease and a big scramble and Crawford came out with the puck with his glove held onto it there. We get a whistle one forty six left on the blue jackets powerplay face off, the Crawford's, right? And the customary BIC scramble at the top of the crease the blue jackets. Famous for. I think everybody until Corey gets really comfortable is a little bit concerned when there's that. Chaos around the front of the net. Crawford makes the save rebound. Pops out a little bit. Able to find it with the four guys in support defensively. Tape will face off. Again, this time it's gonna be against Anthony do choir. Nick Pollino, been tossed out of their face off circle to the right of Crawford. The drop of the puck pave put it to the corner. But Felino got it moves it to the left point. We're aunt skied apparent top of the right circle to Renske high slot to finance top of the right circle. Frontal baseball swing by Atkinson. Swing and a miss it ends up in behind the net. Crawford knocked it back there to Keith around up the left wing boards, and he'll clear it all the way down there or not. Slashing call coming up here to Columbus on the place. So. A power play for Columbus is quickly negated. Nobody's.
"rutta" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Rutta gonna join us in about twenty minutes from now, we'll get the Vegas perspective of week four in the NFL. Of course, the sacred will join us at the end of the hour wrap up all the news notes of the day Aaron Torres back in Los Angeles. I'm on the east coast studios on the border of Vermont and New York where you know. I I brought up the idea of you coming out here in December. So we could see my Wildcats against Jura, Connecticut. Huskies at basketball Arnie. I will say I've been working with you for six months. I think in that time I could count the number of good ideas. You've had not only on one hand, but probably on one or two fingers, and that was one of them. But that was one of them. I'm not listen detect. Techs have been sent the flights have been at least looked at. Now, we gotta figure out studio situation, we gotta figure out a lot of different things. But I like where your head's at. I like doing the show live. We'll do it live from wherever Connecticut who knows? And then go see my huskies beat your Wildcats. It'll be fine. I don't know because then they'll have to miss part of the NFL games. I it'll be December the. NFL game. So I could see my Wildcats win by fifty. I don't know if that's worth it to be honest with well, first of all, I think when you said win by fifty you mean lose by fifteen. I mean, if they're anything like your football team here. Oh, I don't even know if it's worth playing the season. That's one two would be great to see. I miss you, buddy. Three. Let's be honest. It'll be December by then let's be on the Rams already clinched a playoff berth going on. Yes. Yes. The patriots ever. We'll have already clinched the AFC east. We'll talk about them later. I'm still I haven't I haven't jumped ship yet baby. So yeah, there won't be anything going on in the NFL in December come on. And by the way, the big game. We haven't talked about I gotta give it shot up to my my son's team the Kent state golden flashes now in college hockey's who got to give them a little shot with a five four overtime victory. Right right now. Arizona's still down seventeen nothing to USC looking real good right there who would have thought and we'll wrap up the top twenty five. In just a second. Go through all that out there. Nebraska, UCLA both owned four. Wow. I mean, you wanna talk about rebuilding a program from the ground up. Chip kelly. Probably didn't even realize what he was getting into. And I expected a little bit more from Scott frost team to be honest, yet Nebraska was in a tough spot. I I don't disagree that that we all expected more out of them. But when they lost their when they had a true freshman when their quarterback battle and then the backup transferred, and then of course, the true freshman gets hurt in week one. He doesn't play the first two games. They go to. But then they get smoked by Michigan smoked by Purdue today. It is not been a good start, by the way, one quick thing on a disappointing first year coach I tweeted this out, and I think everybody kind of agreed with me. There's no doubt that chip Kelly and Scott frost have been disappointing. But they both inherited dumpster fires. How about Mississippi State started the year in the top fifteen they fell to three and two today. One of their wins against an FCS team. Yeah. They are. I I would argue that Mississippi State Joe Moorhead is the name of their head coach out of every head coach that that started new a new job this year. He has been the most disappointing because I think relative to what he inherited he's done. The least why are big programs like this and again nothing against frost. And obviously chip Kelly inherited this situation also, but why is the program left in such disarray were and look oh and four. I mean, that's one thing. We'll see how they finish up. UCLA me not win more than one or two games all year and the same thing with Nebraska, obviously, you play in monster conferences, but the cabinets this bear when these guys took over what it's wild, right? Because I mean, I don't know you ask about UCLA. I mean, you look at their schedule. It's really hard to find a single win on their schedule by the way, they play Washington next week though, they play Arizona. They do players on. Well, there you go there. Sure. One win. Well, maybe but Arizona they already. They already got a pack twelve win there. They got to wins over also, you know, I got faith in the in the Wildcats. But man, I mean, I guess I guess you do, but I mean if you look at UCLA they've recruited pretty well. But they did go what six and six last year in the regular season. That was with a first round quarter first round draft pick a quarterback. So I guess it's not that surprising that they've been bad. But I don't think anybody thought they would be this bad. I mean, Owen for you get smoked by Fresno state. If you remember a few weeks ago, right, right? Yeah. It's just I I'm stunned that they've looked at that. All right. Let's get to some of the top twenty five Georgia Wednesday twenty thirty eight twelve excuse me. I thought Georgia was a little bit of a Dow losing Sony Michelle and was in the on the offensive line both to other New England Patriots yet. They don't miss a beat Jake from who I'm a fan of you kind of like our Pooh poohing it but Georgia moves right along do not unbeatable. But I don't think they're on the same level as Allah Bab at the same time there, Erin. Yeah. This one was a weird one because Georgia got out. Out to an early lead. They never really it was never really uncomfortable. But he got to twenty four twelve which is obviously a, you know, a a manageable game in Tennessee. If you remember just got to barest last week against Florida. So I thought it was an overall believe it or not as weird as the final score looked at overall was a good showing for Tennessee accredits, Georgia for making the place when they had you by the way. Jake fromm was bad. I'm just saying the Justin fields kid at quarterback. He rushed for two touchdowns. You know, he looks good. You know, the couple of times that he dropped back to pass. I'm not saying Jake froms gonna lose his job. I'm just saying that's another one where they seem to want to get the quarterback the freshman quarterback reps. I don't think Jake losing his job. But it's just interesting. How all these big time programs bringing these high freshman quarterbacks and all of a sudden you got a quarterback controversy, even when you got an established guy there Clemson comes from behind. There were down sixteen seven at the half. They lose their quarterback to a concussion which is Trevor warrants she had the leave late in the second quarter. So of course, there are other quarterback who decided they were gonna he was transferring Kelly Bryant left them with their third string quarterback who is a Richard freshman was he actually Richard again this year, Aaron I'm I'm not even sure or did they have to take his redshirt year away from him or was he? Already take it as read. Trevor Lawrence starts today, though, the the third stringer that came in after the injury. Yeah. I think he was red shirted in this year. I think. Wow. Yeah. Wow. Isn't it crazy, man? And I'm telling you, so where do you stand? So I it seems like you're on team Kelly Bryant that he did the right thing by leaving. The really what am I going to say? And you know, I again, what are you going to tell the kid don't go ahead? Try to better yourself. Don't go to place where you could play sit on the sideline waiting for the guy to either falter or get hurt. And then when you come in. Maybe you get a game or two to prove yourself. And maybe that's the way it is in other programs. But you gotta go somewhere else. You've got to do. What's best for you your quarterback? Only one gets the play. That's the way it works. Man. I I mean, what you want to sit on the sideline the rest of your life. You want to get in there. No in these proven himself. He has proven himself. And by the way, this is the big difference, you know, with with Kelly Bryant, some of these other guys Jalen hurts is that Kelly Bryant. So for people who don't know there's a new rule this year where you can play four games. And if you don't play the rest of the season. You can take a redshirt season. If you have one available and so the difference with Kelly Bryant is if he steps on the field. Again, he loses that last year of eligibility. And so that's why it was so important that he left the program because if he stayed Trevor Lawrence gets hurts like he did today, then he's gotta go in the game. And then his last year is gone now he can sit out the rest of the season. Basically take a a redshirt year and have another year of eligibility somewhere else next season. I think he made the totally right decision for him. It sucks for Clemson. But at the end of the day Davos, we named the other guy starter the kid Kelly. Brian had to do was best for him. I saw a tweet. I can't remember who had Charlie brilliant. It was from a college football insiders, say and. That what's his face has not withdrawn from school yet that he's still taking classes he has to because he's got a graduate. He's got a graduate to be able to transfer. Can you come back to the t? One hundred percent dabbled Sweeney said during the game or. I want to talk about him after the game though. Well, he said, I think what he said was is that I thought he said that he would take him back with open arms is that. I don't think the kid left met. He did say that. But after the game he said he doesn't wanna talk about it though. Yeah. I don't I don't think he wants to put the onus on the kid. Like, we expect you back. We want you back. And I think it's fair. That's a good point. Yeah. And I was gonna say I also think it's kind of one of those football coach things where he's like. No. We gotta move on with the guys that we got, you know. And so I get that. But yeah, no. He is still definitely enrolled. He's gotta stay in classes because he wouldn't be able to be eligible wherever the next place is that he goes. And again, it'll be interesting. I mean, I know it can come in. And I believe that's the latest with Trevor Lawrence. That's why he left that game. But man like with a concussion. I mean, he could be out. He could be back next week. He could be out to three weeks. It'd be amazing. Let's just say hypothetically doctors just say there's no way you can play next week, right? Does the kid come? He's still at school. He's still enrolled. He's gotta stay there till December. I the a lot of pressure for him to do. And I would say no stick with your guns, and what's right for you. I I agree if Lawrence had gone down, you know, God forbid with a much worse injury or a season ending injury. And it was obvious that he wasn't going to come back. That's one thing. But it can cousins that that weird thing where it's it's it's awful try to compare injuries here on air like like this but concussions the kind of thing where he could be back next week. So now, I I'm with you is I say you made your decision you move on you stay away. Look, if if you know again, God forbid, something bad happens, whichever Lawrence. It looks like he's going to be out an extended period of time, that's one thing. But I think right now Kelly Bryant made the right decision..
"rutta" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"It's super popular in the net rutta mation space today for variety of reasons. I don't see that popularity going away, but one of the things that comes up time and time again, is engineers in enterprises will get to a point with with its will against evil in figure out again, I can't go any farther, and it's one of the points that you call you call out as they need an advanced feature. They need some piece of logic element to the need to do something, and they just can't do it with with a tool against there. And so now. The writing around pipe code to consume as instable war. They were back in start doing something else with a tool like napalm, our ears coz end, and I think it's going to be this pendulum swing back and forth. As we start a little bit with FIFA on, we get frustrated because it seems like we're doing a lot of stuff that should be easier. You move to a higher level tool. You get frustrated his, you're limited what you can do, but naive learn a little bit more. You go back and forth. I think every organization at ranch near will find this spots of what to consume in what to build yourself. I think it's only gonna get better. Right? Like there's only more stuff on pie that you can pip install. Absolutely absolutely. Take last time I looked it was like one hundred forty, seven thousand, but I haven't been counting for a few weeks. So as probably probably higher, it's insane. It's great is getting way you gotta be careful. The number of times the pluralism version of a package has thrown off where I swear install the package I wanted in the come to find out instead of installing requests uninstall request, which is a completely different librarian in works differently. What do you mean this function? Not here I know get his on request pluralist right yet those times have goes in and I love the fact that anybody can build something posted to pie. That's awesome. The Barry, Jamie so low. I think that's what's part of what makes Typhon have Haifa. But there's also that piece that I have to remind folks is is just because you can pip install something doesn't mean that you should necessarily trust it with what's going to go off is this do a little bit of research, figure out what's there is this mature library or people other people using it as it maintain. Pain, and that's another skill set in a programming. Engineers need desert learn is that it's very easy to grab something. Another stand, what it is in the skill set of notches, copying pasting stack overflow is one that we have to remind people over. That's super interesting thing to evaluate an open source project, whether you wanna take the pendency. Right. 'cause if if you have a billion dollar company that depends upon this thing, but it's actually some freshmen students little project that they throw up there that has four stars on get hub and they've since moved onto some other language and they don't even care about anymore. Like that's a shaky Sunday. Exactly, but you gotta know to look right there for a second. The other piece that comes in that's very related to just like the the reliability and the upkeep for it is the impact of open source licensing that goes in on some of these areas. We're starting to get more and more conversations with lawyers involved save fable. What is the impact using that open source library? Is there something in there that says that they have a portion of our company because we happen to Yasser library configuring Moser. Those are interesting discussions that as we start to to code just use community delivered applications that that I think is not limited in engineers, but because we're new to the program abilities face and we didn't cut our teeth or some of these other areas I seen several votes have be new surprise to find out, like with the impact of some of these choices they've made it as yeah, definitely can catch off guard. So why we're talking about learning these things and stuff you have to learn, maybe it's worth highlighting this product. Would you. Call it a proper course that you call you critical. Learn network program ability basic is a great when it goes through the network progressively basics than you course was designed very specifically to help network engineers Gemstar into program..
"rutta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"See that volume build up on what twenty eight. Southbound making its way down to the split in Braintree and that punches, up right. At the start? Of the expressway the start of the HOV lane. Route three northbound a little bit slow where it merges there now beyond that. You'll, do. Well it does hang up. Getting. By the neponset rap in the upper half there that's where they'll slow down and by Morrissey boulevard. But other than, that. The expressway does well south of town on route twenty four and ninety, five no delays yet. And what twenty eight northbound heading up to the turnpike, looks great let's look, at the pike now that's clear from four ninety five right into. One twenty eight and continuing into downtown Boston rutta still no delays there and four ninety five running between Littleton and westboro they're all that's. Looking good as well North of town route three is fine but ninety three get. Some company up by four ninety, five a little bit heading down past one twenty eight but one twentieth cleared Ninety-three route one is clear on the north shore and everything heading downtown the Tobin the deck the tunnels still in great shape next update's at five fifty three. WBZ's traffic on the threes and the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast Dow comes from Bill Deger. A, study comfortable, day ahead again. For today courtesy of high pressures sitting over New England will be mainly sunny. On this Friday low humidity with a high of. Eighty three and partly, cloudy tonight lows from fifty seven in the suburbs to sixty six in Boston, your day tomorrow sunny and pleasant humidity stays low high eighty two Sunday a bit. More humid partly sunny Eighty-three downright hot and humid Monday with sunshine highs of ninety I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Bill Deger WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty clear sky in Boston and sixty four degrees just ahead a drug. Arrest in Arizona leads to a pretty Major discovery police say I'm. ABC's Chuck's Iverson with that coming up Nicole. Davis.
The right plate might nudge kids to eat more veggies
"You what her name is right now and we've got to win I it will be a. Female Well I can't tell you what her name is speculation. Is that it is the McComb county public works, Commissioner Candace Miller speaking WJR news Candace Miller said she had no comment Paul manafort's longtime deputy as testified today against him in federal court, Jerry Bolander was there in. A matter of fact voice Rick gates testified that he and Manafort committed, crimes together gates who is the. Prosecution star witness and has pleaded guilty to two felonies testified that it manafort's direction he didn't report the company's control over multiple foreign. Bank accounts in Cyprus the Grenadines and the United Kingdom. He, also, testified, that, he helped Manafort falsify, tax returns and gates admitted taking what he described as several hundred. Thousand dollars for Manafort. That, wasn't authorized Jerry bowed Lander at the federal. Courthouse Alexandria Virginia Kentucky Republican Senator Paul rand Iran Paul, rather is in Russia where he, held meetings with the rush In parliament members in Moscow correspondent Frederik play Chen says Paul was asked to help out, alleged Russian, spy Maria patina currently there. Was some Russian lawmakers who asked him whether or not he could ask. For, Maria Boutin of course the Russian gun lobbyists. Who has since been accused of being a spy for the, Russians. In the US whether, she. Could be released and sent back. To rutta whether he could help with that it's unclear if any. Sort of arrangements are being made their WJR news, time seven oh four millions of federal dollars are on their way back to Michigan to repair one of the worst roads in the state, one hundred million dollars is. On the way from Washington finally fixed Mound Road mccone county executive Mark, Hackell says the big job will. Start in a couple of years because the current repair be something scholas- into the future this reconstruction of that roadway with this infra. Grant funds that we have is going to take us. You, know, thirty, or, forty years out so, we're gonna be tearing it up putting putting that new roadway inn I'll be starting in twenty twenty twenty, twenty one the new project will include a new, roadway pedestrian. Overpasses, and will be wired and ready for autonomous vehicles you could call it mound on the rebound. In Warren, Ken Rogulski WJR news if you're having a tough time getting your young kids to eat their veggies a, new dish could help researchers from the university of Colorado, found that giving children's segmented plates. With pictures of recommended foods in each of those compartments lead kids to eat. More, vegetables the. Ideal ages to try this are with kids four to eight on days when kids use the segmented plates they serve. Themselves nearly fourteen grams more veggies per day on average and, eight about seven and a half. Grams more than, on days when they use normal white plates that's about an additional baby carrot or two per day a small. Increase but researchers say even this little change can help create better eating habits for kids as they, get older, I'm John Stolnis WJR news. Time seven oh five we're gonna head out to the roads with Tracy Thanks Marie and good evening Detroit and Oakland County eastbound. I sixty Ninety-six after. Hoover road you still have minor, delays from crash on the right shoulder southbound. I seventy five after I six ninety six the right shoulder affected from an accident there in also on I seventy five southbound this time after Dixie highway the right shoulder black from, a crash there I'm Tracy racks WJR traffic first on the fives from the. WJR weather center better than average, storm chances around the motor city all week long with the chance for thunderstorms right on through Friday scattered storms tonight seventy degrees some heavy weather tomorrow some gusty downpours. Small hell possible tomorrow Eighty-three and then more afternoon storms, Wednesday temps in. The low eighties, from the Weather Channel I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore loose talk seven sixty WJR seventy five degrees. Right now I'm Marie Osborne WJR news. The next. Update it's at eight o'clock or whenever news breaks The following is presented.
Israel pummels Hamas targets in Gaza after gunman kills Israeli soldier
"Problems with democracy be next very good example I think of how things can perhaps change, as rutta something as simple as a film with me in the studio my two guests writer and editor Justin quirk and Sally leaves. Lee who trains companies and governments on protecting. People business from extreme incidents that's. All here on this edition of weekend Now the world news Hello Jerry Smith. With the BBC news the Palestinian group HAMAs says it's agreed a ceasefire with Israel off an upsurge of violence. In the Gaza Strip the cease-fire is reported to be holding on Friday the Israeli, military said his trunk dozens of targets in Gaza Middle East. Correspondent Tom vaping reports the s strikes came after an Israeli soldier was shot dead the first such fatality for Israel since the start of regular protests which have seen more than, one hundred and forty Palestinians killed buys. Rarely forces since March he was targeted by militants from the perimeter fence in southern, Gaza early this morning HAMAs, announced a ceasefire agreement but there was. No comment from Israel the latest exchange of fire raised fears of a significant escalation between the two sides with Israel's. Defense minister earlier warning it was being pushed towards a broad. And painful military operation the UN's envoy to the region warned that Gaza. Was on the bridge Think of war and urged restraint president Manuel Santos of Columbia has welcomed former rebels to. Congress at the opening of the new parliament the Faulk has five senators and five, members of the house of representatives as part of the peace. Deal reached in two thousand sixteen the to former commanders did not attend nNcholas Russia has the details president Santos said he was happy to see former rebels who fought the state, for five decades now respecting the constitution. And the country's laws the precedent twin sister in office next month it's the new, legislators and his successor to, defend peace in Colombia mister Duke wants. To prevent former rebels from sitting in congress until they're investigative for crimes committed during the civil war Facebook has suspended. Another data collection firm from using it site while it investigates. Claims the Boston-based crimson hexagon may be using people's information to build surveillance Tools Facebook suspended British. And, Canadian based analytic firms for similar reasons, earlier this year Dave Lee reports crimson hexagon. Says it collects the vast amounts of public data in order to, provide consumer insights something that is not against Facebook's policies however the Wall Street Journal newspaper has reported that data firm. Worked with a group linked to the Kremlin as well as various US government agencies. Using Facebook data for surveillance is against the sites policies Dave Lee The Spanish conservative People's Party is due to select a, new leader to replace Mariana Rockaway retiring. Of, to me ousted as prime minister in a confidence vote last month the former deputy prime minister Sarah science day Santamaria is running against the Thirty-seven-year-old congressman Pablo Casado would take the party further to. The right You're listening to world news from the BBC Disney has sacked the US film, director James Gunn after the discovery of. Tweets which included jokes about rape and paedophilia the guardians of the. Galaxy director, has since apologized for the messages Disney said the. Comments were indefensible and inconsistence with its values Cuba's lawmakers. Are expected. To approve a new constitution later today which will. Then be put. To public vote the sweeping reforms would say private property recognized for the first time since nineteen seventy six and the state's control. Of, the economy will be drastically reduced same sex marriage could. Be legalized from Havana will grant reports the new president Miguel Diaz canal is seeking to preserve the socialist character of the Cuban revolution or boosting the long stagnant economy on the island nevertheless state and military run. Entities will remain dominant in Cuba that much has been made, repeatedly cleared by both row Castro and president DS canal in the lead up. To this point are the key changes include the introduction of a prime minister to. The Cuban political system dividing the roles of head of state and, head of government and the imposition of, term limits on the presidency of two. Consecutive five-year terms round Castro who is eighty seven remained as the. Leader of, the Cuban communist party when he stepped down as President this year and headed the commission which drew up. These changes investigators examining how seventeen people died when the terrorist, boat sank colleague in the US state of Missouri of appeal for witnesses to..
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"Women loved but that jan rutta has been weirdly maps and absent so net flicks is got a new movie out and it's it stars zoe door each who was the gal who was on watch what happens live yesterday was talking about moon kissing yeah teams franco and glen powell and glen powell was from the space movie john glen hung out with him and his family and got oh he's so delightful on the red carpet so they both starred in richard linklater's everybody wants some and there's a new net flicks movie called set it up and it is rum calm and its new york city i guess their chemistry is good it's funny and blunt lives in it to several people about doing other things right now because i think there people that will give you a ton of money to make those kind of movies so i don't know if he's trying to do his own production thing i wouldn't think i would know that but we do like around.
"rutta" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Series of stories and and history anecdotes around this the silly unbelievable hard to believe three year adventure in the nineteen nineties of the cf l and it's american expansion and that is the conversation today this week with ed willis coming up in a couple of seconds i encourage you to listen early listen often maybe mater repeat a few things because there is some things that just not going to believe frankly in this chat with with that coming up so promotional let's talk about a few things shall we audible books or audible audiobooks of course one of our longtime sponsors we appreciate them a tremendously and if you want a free audiobook download to give a a trial shall we say of what had audio book is all about you couldn't do any worse than by going to audible trial dot com slash good seats and getting yourself a free one month subscription to the audible service and of course getting a free audiobook download from the gigantic trove of over one hundred eighty thousand titles to choose from and other are all kinds of john rutta out there for you to enjoy just pick one i think you'll enjoy the process you'll enjoy listening and i think you'll enjoy the whole concept of listening to a book versus having to strain your eyes and read it as such you can cancel at any time and you'll be given a little bit of love to us financial we always appreciate that because lord does were not a charity we we need to little scratch kinda keep going here to get these great stories like the cfl conversation we're going to have in a second to you and by going to audible trial dot com slash good seats and giving the service try and getting a free audiobook download you're going to be help us along the way so we pre audible for their sponsorship and we share you for giving him a give him a shot as well we we tremendously pre sheet also our friends at sports history.
"rutta" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"So sky sox come in the air or that's second of the game right now here's a fly ball to fairly deep right field by adams back and now into make a catch phillips tagging at third base aguna setting up phillips has a gun but the throw will not be on time suguta scores on a sacked fly to right field by lane atoms and the cubs are on the board is now three to one game so phillips got himself backed up so he could run into the catch and half summa benefit to that throw to the plate and strong throw right on the money but just a little bit too late to get zigeuner leadoff walk cash jan rutta macher stays at first with two down now and the batteries chesney young and now i see where they have taken one error away from the sky sox maybe they've changed that air in the now we just had to arizona board for the sky sox pitches in for a strike to lane adam centerfield or right handed batter so sky sox played an errorless game last night but committed error here in the second innings tonight that's their thirty seventh era of the season for more his fifth chesney young is up there right handed batter when he swings and hits went back to wouldn't rip who run it halfway to first hand soup lochoe to get young one two three gets out of it fine fashioned one run for the cavs no hints guy socks in error the inning headaches of.
"rutta" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Of how like the pharmaceutical industry operates typically the timescale for like bring a drug to market is on the order of like ten to twenty years and those would be like more traditional small molecule drugs but this just more general trend of biologic drugs so biological therapies such as things empowered by crisper has really really changed the game in in terms of how we actually delivered research on these therapies so i would say there are a number of companies that are actually like doing this in clinical trials and they're still ongoing research in in actually like improving the technique itself so scientists have still been discovering like sorta like siblings systems christopher that might offer even a more specificity or a have some of the drawbacks addressed or a work differently in different conditions so are the people using the bench ling just to revisit benchley he says this suite of tools that your day to day work is your a life scientist euro biologist and bench ling is at the heart of your workflow how many of these people are using crisper tools or or i mean can they just explore crisper tools do they have to actually be doing some kind of experiment with crisper to actually make use of the bench lynn crisper tools or are there ways to play around with it in the software realm yeah yeah that's a great question we basically do have a standalone christopher tool that means that you don't really need to use bunch ling's lab notebook you don't need to use bunching his bio registry you don't need to use pensions progenitor it's like basically i have this genome and i want to run a crisper expand our designed some guides for and you can just do that in bunch it's a big source of our academic customers actually because of the buzz of crisper so a lot of people will might use the they might hear about chris rutta conference or from a colleague and they.
"rutta" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Steal a base he has four steals five tries your i would be shocked if at some point he's not going that's the other part of issuing that leadoff walk dyson sinker it's it's a double play spot but we'll see how long desmond stays at i five four giants desmond's got a pretty good lead over there infield shaded for arnaldo to pull the ball the pitch way outside and save by hundley man dyson is missing all over the place and that's three pitches in a row that have been about three feet away from the strike zone that was a good save by hanley he had to lunch to his right and smothered in the far reaches of the left handed hitters batter's box one another account desmond runs the pitch is taken for a strike here's the throw it's high and it's sails into centerfield desmond gets up and he's going to go to third a walk a steel and an error and the rockies have the time rutta third with nobody out the arrogance charged on and it was not a good throw but you gotta hurry so much because these base stealers get such big jumps against dyson hundley rush the throw threw it into center field giants leave the infield back i aren't auto has a lot of different ways to get the tying run across desmond at third nobody out the pitch is fouled off to the right out of play wanted to dyson would love to get a strikeout he's not really a big strikeout pitcher he is he's got velocity for strikeouts but only fourteen strikeouts in twenty plus innings this year it's not really his game wanted to do our nado desmond leads away from third here's the pitch that is just low that was a good pitch in a one duke out but call the ball pretty ghezzi take by our and auto considering how big the strike zone has been it's been more wide than low but still house close to do five four giants but that lead is in huge jeopardy here the pitch are not hits it foul down around his foot spins out of the batter's box of all kicks behind him house a slider from dyson and account stays two balls and two strikes.
"rutta" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"And said it's snowing and chicago folks tough yes they can handle that weather really only i know it's monday game it's a monday game finest the weekend but only nine hundred seventy four people showed up at that game if i owned the white sox i try to find those nine seventy nine was nine seventy four i try to find those nine seventy four and i give them a special jersey with a nine seven four patch on yes and they get that's their prime chicago nine seventy four that becomes that i think nine seventy four is a brave number seventy six some ridiculous number up there that and then there's one other baseball story that i want to talk about anthony rizzo i don't know if you've heard about this blames cincinnati hotel bed for his back injury and there is who's been through cancer yeah i kinda we we've all been all we live on the road to we know what it's like to get a bad bed perform it sut last night at the old at the rutta chester resort how old twenty seven eight thirty thirty two still like when i was in my twenties i remember like sleeping under a coffee table like on a new year house my head on a dog pillow i'm like i you who's on on the ten day deal with a back injury suggested a cincinnati hotel bed contributed to his issues the next time i go to cincinnati i'll sleep on the floor why would you do that that idea where i'll take better care of us and you know they're not staying at a crappy hotel there's a nicer said he began experiencing back tightness last monday tried to play through the discomfort missing last three games of the teams here's against milwaukee brewers and tuesdays eight five laws biz berg pirate usually july august september noted of back concerns you go mentally mentally grind through and as long as.
"rutta" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Weather center rest of the overnight clear and twenty six monday mostly cloudy high forty five tuesday periods of rain some thunder possible especially in the south colder at night with rain that may mix or change to snow before ending high of forty nine wednesday partly sunny and quite cold high of thirty seven twenty five right now at o'hare twentysix at midway and in waukegan twenty eight at the lakefront next news at one i'm sorry i had to i am i'm as rutta leon on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn wgn radio theater lisa lisa will be back next saturday from what mike said she gets back from israel next saturday in the morning and she's going to sleep all day and then get here in time to do the show at eleven pm that's dedication if she actually does that i will be very happy because you know what this show is is greatest mike is and whenever my brother cohosts or whatever dave pliers helped out to lisa is one in a billion she's just amazing i love her she's an awesome awesome cohosts and one of my best friends in the whole wide world and i miss her when she's not here we this is her this is her time to shine she does a great job as the co host and she'll be back next saturday and sunday and hope she's having a great time out there in israel she's visiting her daughter who's studying studying there so she went to to visit she's never been there before so hope she enjoys herself and she's been texting me so she's she's doing fine and she can't wait to come back and do the radio show next week when she is back we'll play boston blackie you bet your life red ryder the shadow the being crosby show and broadway is my beat but right now let's tune into the conclusion to the lineup.
"rutta" Discussed on WGN Radio
"As rutta leon wgn traffic central the forecast from the wgn chicago weather center mostly sunny and milder today without those strong winds highs in the mid forties later tonight clear skies low thirties friday sunshine then cloudy in the afternoon as a storm approach coaches we'll see a winter storm watch go into effect friday night otherwise friday mid forties tight temperatures will see rain by early saturday morning right now i guys at both airports it's twenty six degrees at o'hare thirty one downtown i'm vic vaughn in the wgn newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn luke how good lord triple play thursday seven seven nine area code for some reason wants to hear music from phantom of the opera and there you go that's music of the night to gilio here on seven twenty wgn we are live in the allstate showcase studio right here on michigan avenue we're here til five steve grzanich has the opening bell and the great steve cochran at six for your morning drive we're talking about remakes because there are remakes released pretty much every week and there are good ones there are bad ones mostly bad ones but we're talking about all kinds of remakes good bed and everything in between and we'd love you to jump in here text or talk at three two nine eight one seventy one hundred and here's david david all right go ahead sure go ahead you're asking which remake was was better than the original i really like guess who and i'm not sure i've actually seen the whole original same theme road rules are kind of reversed on assuming you're very familiar the ashton kutcher account remember who the female leaders in it but it's a ashton kutcher remember.
Rory McIlroy wins Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm jan rutta on the nc double a tournament scoreboard early second half cincinnati drilling nevada fifty six to thirty seven it's gone final short in the seventy texas saying blows out to sea north carolina eighty six to sixty five beat butler seventy six to seventy three boiler makers moving on to the sweet sixteen for the second straight season they'll go up against texas tech and syracuse eleven seat in the mid west gets passed three seed michigan state fifty five to fifty three detroit espn's jay williams why the spartans had problems with the syracuse zone i was kinda shocked the miles purchase wasn't more in the middle of his own more goings or you saw jaren jackson and miskel state averages nineteen and a half assists per game they wanna pop nation today and fourteen turnovers kept passing the ball around the top of that song and it couldn't get any action from the middle of the michigan state was just eight of thirtyseven from three syracuse will take duke in the sweet sixteen nfl the patriots have quired receiver returner garo patterson from the raiders with dave expected through exchange late round pigs according to multiple reports rory mcilroy fires mid credible eight under sixty four to win the arnold palmer invitational at eighteen under at bay hill tiger woods finishes at ten under tied for fifth tigers first time finishing in the top ten and back to back weeks on the tour since two thousand twelve tennis one more team del potrero feeds roger federer threeset win the final at indian wells while the raptors sit high atop the eastern conference standings lebron james said their playoff seed doesn't matter wednesday to face off in cleveland coverage starts at six thirty eastern on espn radio and on espn dickerson back with you on espn radio.