35 Burst results for "SCO"
"sco" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"And he did not. Would you say about the same price or cheaper a couple of dollars. Cheaper right twenty dollars town see. That's they're right there. Be fucking you up because you want the potatoes you want the corn do. I don't want the sausage. I don't wanna potatoes on. Listen ano- what. I do doodo abby wall in the eggs. You know my my mom now. And then she clicks cucumbers. And i like the numbers because it cuts that greece because greece and it helps you digest saying they saw you go. Cut you some little slice of cucumber deepening s osborne. I promise you read. This is really good. They all right. Oh i've just got crab league's best meant a lot of money. And they put in a place in mosquito juicy craft lou Great they they. Should they box us through my dumas station. And i've seen pushed my glares down. Plays emporium damn straight up one. Another fish place over. No you not doing it. I'm getting these crab legs. I call linda linda up. Emporium circle again. Are they gonna put it where Where we used to be off. That's a nice little because you know wingstop mood. Fuck an absolute at big as booking target. Kobe shots that targets came a long way to not be a superstar in didn't but they may be a bitch is big bro They have the is a superstar give grocery included yet got grocery but yet got no. I got a full grocery side. Winning didn't have grocery they got a fool grocery side and also academy mood across the street. Got a new store will right next to twenty four hour fitness. They was across the street. From twenty four hour fitness and now they're next to twenty four hour frizz gyro and i put an ulta over there and a home good so did their alter is it. Did they ulta move over there yet. He moved. I still work over the mosquitoes. Lie really and word. I radio show us be put a blaze pizza. I'm glad they did something with that building. That bitch was descending kazan. Nobody shaking radio echinacea. Right here radio. Show fucking dr remember going in there. I was like. I could barely see what's happening bill. Spotlights and stuff over ambient lighting for this guy damn electronics store. By the time they closed they were just like real specialized tech specialize taking leg. Also other places due to better you might as well just go to cons fuckin- fries. No fries boom like amazon online job. And where you could just get off just as quick for them right. Has brian here. Then you know yeah like you said. That was the boom of online shopping Shopping yup my philosophy is that people deserve to do a much he. Sc got the munchies. Burn my philosophy. Is that people deserve smoking. All day or mentally strenuous jobs and lists like cleaning toilets. I feel like we're all jobs that we give away to light machines and shit. We started putting more people in other positions. They don't have. We don't have to look at it as a job loss. There's an opportunity for new jobs opportunity for growth new management positions for new jobs. You can always replace it by. I think like the like the donkey boy on a great sco member how you will saying he was like he's like yeah we. I think we should get rid of these jobs. But at the same time i think now we can take these people and put them in higher paying like better jobs jobs. I wanna do the jobs. They wanna do now. He was talking about people have been laid off a couple years so don't mind..
"sco" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"Me really not. I don't with zone way now. They now within was it over little bit homegirl. Free my way away target young money. That phrase straightjacket. I just came onto all sco note with the game. Dr king a couple of big bang. That does god. I think.
The Creation Of The Magnificent Makers
"The griffis the author of the magnificent makers children's book series in the main characters violet and pablo are transported to an alternate world with awesome lab. We're talking robots cool bugs an anti gravity chamber there. They have to make their way through a maze by solving science based problems. Each challenge has three levels and they have one hundred and twenty maker minutes to make it through the maze. Otherwise they don't get the chance to come back. I didn't realize they didn't get the chance to come back. That's high state. Yeah yeah and these kids love science so they they have so much fun on these adventures but they have to be able to finish them in time if they wanna come back. Each book explores a different topic. There's one on brain biology one on sound. The one i liked best is about ecosystems in years one of my favorite parts of the magnificent makers as the reader you solve puzzles and riddles right alongside the characters and in each book. There's instructions on how to build something in that building or making was really important to the n. so science basically has two parts right kind of intellectual part where you're learning and you're thinking but then it has this very hands on part which is the doing so whether you're a biologist or an engineer or physicist you're usually making something like research is literally do and so. I felt that it was really important to kind of combine those two with these books right. They have you know kind of the sacks that the kids learn but then these activities that encourage the doing part of science as well. Yeah well. I think the way that science is taught in early. Education is often this memorization of facts. Stuff that other people have learned you know. And and you and i both know that sciences process set of rules to observe intestine problem solve. So was that really important to you in in the book. Yes definitely and it also shows kids you know. Just how fun science is. I think my favorite part of science is the doing being in the lab. Tinkering doing my experiments. You know seeing that positive result. It's just. There's really not something that i can compare it to in terms of that. Something that gives me that boost of adrenaline that science adrenaline talk about. So which character do you feel like you identify with the most. I'm gonna have to save violet. Foreshore little bit more of a daredevil. She's a little bit more of a kind of you know i'm going to do this. Nothing's going to stop me. You know pablo is a little bit more on the pragmatic side. He's a little bit more. Maybe i wouldn't say necessarily cautious but just you know he's the one that's always looking at his watch making sure that people are on time and making sure that you know that such a pablo making sure that they're getting through the maze. On-time environment is to reckless. But she's just a little bit more a little bit more carefree. And if i'm being perfectly honest with myself i definitely have a lot of pablo to right. That's what keeps me orderly. You know an organized you know. But i think my core and my essence has more of that like sco for it. Do it kind of side. Which is maybe how. I got into writing these books in the end right right sure. Well you know i noticed. So violent is a black girl who loves science and dreams of running her own lab one day. You're a neuroscientist as well as an author. And i'm wondering if in some ways this book was kind of like a little bit of a love letter to a younger you mo- currently most definitely not just a younger me. It's really a love letter to all kids who didn't necessarily see themselves in science rolls when they were growing up when they thought of a scientist they didn't picture someone who looked like them or came from where they came from or who had a unique feature that that's not what they were taught a scientist was and it's one hundred percent a love letter to my younger self as well as a love letter to. You know all the kids out there who just wanna do science and don't want to be told that they can't. Yeah i mean. I have to imagine it felt like good for the soul to write a children's book about kids of color who not only are engaged in science. But they're like really good at it cashing. Yes exactly because there's these concepts of what a scientist looks like in who is kind of naturally good at science. I think and someone you know who just kind of what they're born to do and that often does not include you know black and brown kids. I think black and brown kids are taught that we're strong where tough we can overcome. You know hardship which is which are all true things but we're also curious we're also creative. We're also excited about learning how the world works around us. You know and i wanted to really highlight that and i want to mention to that. I don't focus at least at this point in the series a lot on the kids races. I want that to just be a given you know. I don't want that necessarily that to be the topic of conversation per se. I just want them to be them to be care. Free to be out there doing love science and this. Isn't you know just for young kids of color to see. I think this is also important for white children to see the fact that there are kids of color who are also just carefree and doing science. I think representation matters for everyone. You know. it's not just important for young kids of color to see themselves. I think is important for all kids to see young kids of color you know doing science and kick him but at it. Y- yeah so. I kinda wanna talk a little bit about you in this process a little bit because you know when i was academia. There was definitely a hesitancy around putting a ton of time into outreach. Doing things that weren't quote real science. Were you worried at all. About what your peers might think of us spending time writing these books. Yes i mean yes and no. I've done outreach at museums with local libraries. And i've never felt pushback against those kind of activities but this is a little bit different because you know there. Are you know authors. Who are one hundred percent authors right and i am not a one hundred percent author. I'm also an active researcher. And so i was a little bit worried that it would be interpreted as me. You know just kind of taking on a new career and putting science on the back burner. And that's not what i aim to do. You know. I guess. That's the violet in me. I do both you know. I'm still going to be an active researcher. And i'm going to pursue these books actively because i think that they're both important you know as a black woman in science who is an academic science. I don't wanna leave this position. There aren't enough of us.
"sco" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Located primarily in the West Rogers Park and Peterson Park neighborhoods of Chicago as well as in neighboring SCO Key. Quote in any new map. We would like to see our community consolidated as much as possible. That's the rabbi's letter. Group is less concerned about who represents them than about the community remaining a cohesive bloc. Neither of the representatives now are Jewish, for example, but they're both members of the Legislative Jewish Caucus because they represent that community anyway. I'm not saying the rabbi's letter is out of line. It's not It's certainly in line with what other groups ethnically or ethnic or religious groups to already. I'm just saying that this again, I think illustrates the need for a logical District map. For not only our state wraps, but our federal representatives as well. It's just ridiculous. The Miss Master, we have of these maps the way they're drawn now to Jerry Mander, and to take care of certain groups in certain political parties. It's got to hand It just has it has to end. It's doing us more harm than good. And if you're on the side of the Democrats and Illinois No, no, no, no, it works fine. We love it. But if you down in Texas, and you're not a Republican? No, no, no, we have to redistrict. You know, it's just it's so it's situational ethics is what it is Hypocrisy to the highest order. Has got to stop and I'm not blaming this group. For advocating the governor for their own particular district. We've got to change the whole system. It is corrupt, and it will ruin our representative Republic. Actually, if you want to eliminate crazies, Cray Cray both on the right and left, it starts By drawing legitimate district maps because then people have to work together and the crazies crazies get marginalized because they can't build a big enough audience to make it even through a primary. That's the key, but good luck changing that. I'll be long dead gone and dust by the time it happens in this state. Right. It's 6 43 traffic is going from bad to worse. Let's get an update from Lauren Cone. Here she is in the double deal less traffic center John I 55 South family now, but Jack Knife, semi trailer US.
'CODA,' 'Summer of Soul' win top prizes at Sundance Awards
"The Sundance Film Festival completing its first ever virtual awards a popular drummer has beaten the competition in the documentary field at Sundance I didn't even know this was a current SCO I thought my god so wow Questlove of the roots surprises he got word of his win well in the passenger seat of a car on his way to work the first time director wins for summer of sold work when the revolution could not be televised it's about the star studded but largely ignored nineteen sixty nine Harlem cultural festival the other big winner Sean hater for coda she takes the top four awards of the evening code also sold to apple TV four reported twenty five million dollars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Drivers see increase in gas prices
"For the first time. Since the pandemic hit drivers across the country are seeing a buck in prices at the pump. Well not really the time to be taking public transportation. Don't have to go do breeds. So i'm a delivery driver. Kind of sucks. Analysts say the price hikes are being driven by covid nineteen developments crude oil costing more. Thanks to confidence in the vaccine commuters considering a return to the office and travelers looking to fly. Again we are at about national average today to twenty five a gallon. That's up from about two eleven just a few weeks ago so it's been a pretty abrupt increase and we could see another five to fifteen senator decrease over the next couple of weeks but even with higher gas prices americans are paying about thirty five cents less than we did last year. Still families are looking to save about a million people have signed up for the gas. Buddy paycard a free program that gives users up to twenty five cents off a gallon at stations across the country you can also save grocery chains that offer gas discounts think walmart plus safeway kroger or wholesale clubs like sco. Bj's sam's club
Reddit Post Inspires Airbnb Cleaning Service
"For. Neil patrick the decision to start a side. Business wasn't just so he could quit his day job and travel the world while still having an income and that was part of it but it was also a decision guided by his desire to provide for his parents. You see for thirty two years. His parents owned video rental stores. Do you remember those. But of course the industry was on its way out in this was the mid two thousand. Ten's whatever you call that decade the mid two thousand ten's. I'm not sure but those doors weren't doing well around this time. Neil who was working fifty to sixty hours a week decided. He wanted to start a service to help parents as well as himself. He tried a number of paths as he tried different side. Hustles creating an ecommerce. Site blogging about pet hair vacuums and more before stumbling across a post on. Read it from someone who started cleaning company in that post the author laid out the detailed steps taken to get going after reading through the post carefully. Neil decided to give it a try himself in early two thousand thirteen. He established made this in los angeles cleaning. Service that specializes in airbnb and residential. Cleanings his first step in doing so was creating a website tall task because he had no technical background. You'll bought a template for about one hundred dollars researched how to host a website and published. What he said was initially pretty crappy looking site. Hey we've all been there. Y'all needed to determine how much to charge for cleaning services and find a cleaners themselves. He started by contacting local people with existing companies and asking them how much they charged and with their cleaning packages. Were looking at the competition. He was able to make sure there was enough margin built into his service to ensure he could operate successfully he puts it from the reddit post to the pricing scale. He essentially started made this by copying what other companies were doing at least as a way of getting things up and running although he had software to charge customers. You'll didn't know how to pay the cleaners at first. So after they got done with an appointment he would have them come to his office where he'd run downstairs. Get cash out of an atm and hand it to them eventually. He figured out a better way. Overall it took two months to get up and running to find customers. Neil focused on digital marketing. He says local marketing a gem because you're competing against local businesses only not the entire world. So it's a bit easier to manage. And it also cost less as i customer came about july twenty thirteen which he remembers because he snuck outside from his full time job and started dancing. Another advantage to local markets is that there are many third party platforms. Like angie's list or thumb tack and neil would charge a low price at first to attract initial customers. You also tried posting flyers and using social media although he says that wasn't an especially useful marketing tool for him since people don't usually by cleaning services that way. These days made this mostly generate sales from a combination of sco yelp and paid digital ads. Because he wanted to eventually quit his full time. Job and travel. You'll established made this so they could be operated by a fully remote team of employees which includes his parents. Total investment cost was around two thousand dollars which included his website. Those digital marketing ads and advertising for cleaners operated the business part time gig for two years by two thousand fifteen. The business was doing around thirty thousand dollars in monthly sales with twenty percent profit margin so six thousand dollars in monthly profit with a success. Quit his job and booked one way flight to colombia. The business doubled that year and he's since traveled to more than thirty five countries while scaling. What was once his side. Hustle looking to the future neal is aiming to be the millennial franchise disrupting the old school cleaning franchise industry.
"sco" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"As my dad and his brother used to always say license up a sco sco play you know and we suit up. We gotta work. We do our best. Sometimes it turns out like we wanted to. Sometimes it doesn't sometimes. That thing happens never under a thousand possibilities could have happened but it happens. And that's what comes sports right. I mean this and this is this has taken my son It's still difficult for him. This idea will there have the best. They'll go team right there seated i. They're seated eighth. Of course they're going to win. It's like what you have to play the game and and that doesn't necessarily mean he wants to know who's a good one they're going to win and it just doesn't work that way. It does quite often but not always. He's just knowing how to want to place the bet. Yeah well there's always supplies always surprised that turns Which has been great Listeners found information about joe and his work in the in the show notes. If much had find the book. And you know if you want to read a book that you might think it's one thing going in and be really surprised and enlightened coming out this this will be a good read because it does take you to a sporting event but it gives you a lot more beyond that joe. Thanks so much for for being on the pocket thank you. It's a pleasure. Well that's it for today. Another found author giving voice to their words next tuesday. We'll have another in-depth episode with readings and conversations about the written word and the writing life of a local or regional author. Who before they're on the look out for another under the covers episode where we do much the same thing we do here but quicker and sometimes away from the studio because there are just too many good authors not enough town. If you like what we're doing. Please consider leaving a short written review on apple podcasts or the podcast platform of your choice because when you do our authors voices travel much farther and wider in podcast land. And if you're inclined to help us help give voice to the written words and you'd like some member only contact cultivated by our authors and millions are thanks. Please consider becoming a member supporter. You can find out how to become a member supporter and more about today's show and all previous episodes at charlotte readers. Podcast dot com new. Keep up with news about the show joining our email list and engaging with us on social media we promise not to spain me because well that takes too much time and if you do join email list we'll give you a free e book written by thank you for listening. We really appreciate until next week on land this way for charlotte readers pocket charlotte readers. Podcast is a member of the twin city. Podcast network powered by ortho carolina now offering video visits. So you can take control of your orthopedic care from the comfort of your home schedule online at ortho. Carolina dot com ortho carolina you improved..
Why a New Abortion Ban in Poland is Causing a Furor
"Today in Poland where for five straight days. Now, streets across the country have been filled with protesters as we mark the swearing in of new Supreme Court, Justice Amy Coney Barrett, and wonder how the court will now see Roe v Wade Poland is an interesting case protesters. There are angry precisely because of a high court ruling on. Abortion last week, Poland's constitutional tribunal outlawed the practice in all but the most exceptional of circumstances as the world's Europe correspondent Orla Barry reports. The latest legal decision is now being widely condemned by women's rights, groups, Justin of it. The refs as a founding member of the abortion dream, team they're a well-known group of activists who says out in two thousand sixteen to de stigmatize abortion in Poland the dress had an abortion in. Two thousand six and even though she worked with an abortion support group called almost no one about your own experience for more than twelve years up to two thousand, eighteen I was talking about this as anonymous person. I was not showing my face I was afraid about my community for threats says, she worried what our neighbors would thank her. There's nothing unusual about women keeping their abortion secret in Poland more than one thousand. Legal abortions for carried out in the country last year but women's groups reckon that the number of illegal abortions or those performed abroad is closer to two hundred thousand. No one knows the exact figure the court ruling last Thursday. Permits Abortion only in cases of rape incest and the mother's life is at risk activists say that just adds to the stigma and it helps explain why women have been out protesting every day since. In more. So last night protesters poured red paint across the city's main bridge holding up signs that read you have blood on your hands, and this is war in the western city of Poznan demonstrators interrupted Sunday church services. Video posted online. A couple of dozen protesters are seen approaching the altar chanting we've had enough, but the refs ca says young people using such fury at the church is something new for Poland. There are very young women who are protesting chorus creaming on the on the priests in small towns. And like really today jurors, it is something which hasn't been seen on the streets before this is something new. What we see ninety percent of Poles identifies Catholic, and since coming to power in two thousand fifteen, the ruling law and Justice Party has promoted what it calls traditional Catholic values but recent surveys show the majority of Poles did not support more restrictive abortion laws. Activists say the new measures are a threat to women's rights in Poland Hillary Margolis is a senior. Researcher. With human rights, Watch under the Lawn Justice Party, we've seen repeated attempts to completely ban abortion also to obstruct sexuality education schools to really smear and undermine women's rights, groups and activists including those who work on violence against women and Margolis says, it's not just women's rights conservative politicians have in their sides the way they've used the concept of the so called traditional family to undermine women's rights but also lgbt rapes is very worry but in some ways has seen. Some success you they've managed to get people afraid and that is I think part of how they have kept power. But protesters say they will not be deterred several university faculties canceling classes tomorrow and some companies have announced a day off. So workers can protest Anthony in eleven. Scott is a sexual and reproductive health and rights activists based on more. So she says is not just young women who are taking to the streets taxi drivers joined yesterday form as join and. Some smaller towns and of the groups that has already joined the protest were actually the police officers that goes ing one of the provinces they just took their helmets off and they entered the crowd in order to participate. But not all police officers support the demonstrators that have been street clashes in Warsaw and Levin of SCO worries things might get more violent yesterday. The prime minister gave permission for the Military Police to join the police in the streets and they only do. You really believe that there is a huge risk of riots and the public turning islands. The Polish government has been accused of appointing judges loyal to the ruling party activists are hopeful that an international body like the European. Court of Human Rights could challenge the recent decision on abortion on that basis. In the meantime campaigners say they're worried about their future in Poland I asked just thrift Ska from the abortion dream, team if she's concerned about being targeted by authorities of cars every. Day that we are expecting them. So if there will be some kind of idea to close us, we will move abroad and we'll be still working will not stop for the rest says no matter what the government does women will continue to have abortions in Poland, and groups like hers will keep fighting for the right to do. So for the world I'm Morna Barry.
UA acknowledges receiving NCAA's Notice of Allegations into men's basketball program
"The University of Arizona. Has acknowledged that it has received a notice of allegations from the NCWA. SCO has yet to release it but set Davis from the athletic has reported that features nine allegations of misconduct. Five of the allegations have resulted in level one violation Shawn Miller has been charged with lack of head coach controls as expected. This is serious. The wildcats are facing a possible multiseason postseason ban. Shawn Miller is facing a possible season long suspension
How Sabans Absence Will Affect Georgia vs. Alabama
"Bill Connolly I asked our mutual friend Spencer Hall how I should be introducing you here today Oh God. And he said very flatly. Bill is the godfather of college football analytics. So I hope you accept that title. I mean it's I'm not GonNa say it was survival of the fittest is basically I google to college football analytics in about two thousand seven and it came up with basically result. So I, started doing it. So I. I kinda one by default, but I'll take it. Bill Conley now writes about college football for ESPN. So Bill I was all set to talk to you about the rich pageantry the back story to what was GONNA be the most anticipated college football game of the year and then twenty two, thousand, eight just got in everything and so we're GonNa talk about all the non covert angles to this game. Let's talk about the pandemic stuff I because Wednesday evening. We got news that Alabama coach Nick Sabin and the school's Athletic Director Greg Byrne both tested positive for covid nineteen. So as the basic SCO, we are talking this through on Thursday afternoon. What do we know what don't we know about Sabin and how much coaching can that guy do or not do remotely. So technically know the answer to that last part the if coaches in quarantine, he cannot you call in plays to the press box he cannot communicate with the actual coach's coaching the game of via. Zoom or whatever that is the rule as it's been laid out obviously that kills any great visions of them Willingham up and down the sideline with a on a little robot thing with a monitor ipad at the top of it we don't get any of that apparently but the rules as stated for these Special Times says that you can't do that and he will not be able to communicate and the coach himself. How is he feeling a medically? Do we know anything about that Wednesday evening win the actual diagnosis was announced he said he had no symptoms and. His daughter at one point actually tweeted out she. She announced very clearly she had permission from him to tweet it out, and then he was coaching the practice via zoom and whatnot. Okay. So that is at the very least some good news in a chaotic situation. Let's get back to that many robot proposal that you had because I was Kinda. Hoping. Like Nick Sabin would just appear on a projection screen somehow. Like Zorro Don, from power rangers, we lean towards absurdity in college football that would've been the best situation, but apparently, not apparently not. But like could he theoretically text someone on staff if he doesn't like the cut of the middle linebackers footwork Jib or something like is there creative wiggle room here? In College football, there are the rules and there are other rules you can prove you broke. So if he wants to tech somebody in the booth, I'm pretty sure nobody's GonNa GonNa figure that out I don't think you have to give your cell phone up at the door maybe maybe now you do I don't know but I'm pretty sure. He could probably get in touch with somebody if he really wanted to. So we don't know how Sabin contracted the virus yet. We. Don't know who else might test positive over the next day or so but it's also not the first time. A coach had to sit out a game this season because of a positive test, I think of Mike Norval, at Florida state. So those other situations shed any light on how this one might develop. Well Yeah, I think so far if I'm not mistaken Mike novell's the only coach who had to miss a game. You're others kind of Soda speak got a little lucky less miles had minor symptoms but his team was on a bye week at Kansas when he tested positive Blake Anderson at Arkansas. State. He had a fever for a decent amount of time, but I don't think they played a game during that time. So it was basically Mike Nevada, Florida state the Way College coaching works you know Sunday through Friday is is kind of the bigger deal and then Saturday just put the boat out in the sea and see what happens. So a having a former head coach Steve Sarkissian being able to take over maybe that's worth. It really pays off because plenty of guys still have lots of experience on that staff. So, Bill do we have faith here that there is not an outbreak situation going on? Well, one thing that Alabama has going for them is that they are either the only or one of the only programs in the that that is doing daily testing. So at the very least, you know that's not a substitute for contact tracing by any means, but it kinda stops contact. If nothing else you can more quickly address in isolate and all that. But Y- Way College football has worked this fall. You know basically a team puts out a press release on on Saturday morning and we are going to be without eighteen players. Thank you and that's all we really hear about it really has been a share as little information as possible kind of situation. So. It's it's something I. Don't know what it is. It's something.
MagSafe for iPhone 12! What Is It & What Can It Do!?
"So mag safe by the way what a troll of name everybody who the sport from their Mac book so much and like us year like in Dungle Hell watching this event and we're bringing back safe back and you. Get this warm flicker of glow and they're like it's a giant circle for your phone. What's safe about the point of maximum says that it would detach from your laptop when you tripped on it so the laptop wouldn't go flying. Do you think that your phone is gonNA attach from this circular magnet when you trip on the cable and it won't go? There's nothing safe about. Trading on the goodwill towards rational ports laptops. And instead it's a circle. So it looks very much like the like the Apple. Watch charger IT'S G. So the phone consult charge using your old she chargers a lot of confusion about this yesterday. So he can still just charge found aled while charging patio. If you buy apples meg safe one. Yep. It will use magnets to click on the back of the phone line itself in charge of fifteen watts, which is faster than most. Not As fast as a cable. But. The magnets are strong enough to hold the thing on the back of the phone and I swear to God. The point of this is so that when you get into bed at night, your phone's dead and you still want to screw around on your phone while plugged in dip you can. That's that's one hundred percent why they made this happen only if they made it like a six foot cable though. So it's an open standard. They've published the SPEC. There's there's some NFL stuff floating around. Anybody can just magnets they can't. They can't dram the magnets as far as I can tell the question is, can they can they MSI made for iphone drm the fifteen watt charging speed day? Definitely. MSI APP charters. So yeah. So they're definitely there's little NFC tags and the cases and the official stuff. So I'm sure they can software rate limit the charger, but anybody can make out dull Cardi making car mounts, Sco she's already making like it's happening. This is the accessory ecosystem for the iphone in it is all happening. So that is built out so that when they take the port off the phone, everyone's already used to click in little circles on the back. By the way that we've had this whole environmental conversation. To Max's circle looks very big. Compared to how tiny? Lightening Cable. Giant. It's like a coaster that you're throwing around wireless chargers waste electricity compared to came the radically less efficient, and so it's not good for the environment. He's where the starter apple buys Tesla. Conspiracy Theory was taking the port off the phone I'm saying that they're buying Tesla. Tesla Power Wall. So it's all happening. I think save is exciting I for one like I have a wireless car charger amount in my car and it's the it's the best. And so being able to throw your phone on there and taking off is really awesome. They're already all kinds of cases for that. I keep thinking about my little Osmo Jimbo. Yeah and so the new one has a magnet but you sound like fiddle with a clip to get it on your phone if that thing just becomes a MAG safe attachment. Like there's a million things you were taking your phone in and out of yeah plus they're going to sell more pants because people have to buy special pants with extra pocket with protective line or added to keep it from demagnetize credit. Battery packs that just magnet on the back that's was your iphone mini problem like there's just like a bunch of cool ideas that happen when you have. A magnetic attach things to found. The question is, how strong are these magnets? Can they hold the way of a battery pack? Can they keep your kimball mounted while you're I don't know doing extreme sports. Like whatever people do? Get. You're bombed down the snowboard mountain. Well, those magnets mess with the compass because that was a problem on the first phone that had A. Surger the palm pre. Just pointing that I get ahead, say I'm pretty sure like mom rushing the phone out the door and crap, the compass doesn't work. On their cabin board of problems. Far, below like sprint exclusive. Hopefully, it's like did anybody check the magnets and like five thousand apple engineers assigned to that problem now? I, think it's really neat I. DO think that it's obvious. The march taking off the phone is underway I very mixed feelings about this.
Drug-Company CEOs Sign Pledge on Covid-19 Vaccine
"Week. The CEOS of nine drug companies that are developing corona virus vaccines all signed onto a pledge not to seek regulatory approval until the shots have been shown to work in late stage clinical trials. This is all an attempt to calm fears that have seen may be too soon for political reasons many Americans are skeptical about taking a vaccine if it seems a development and authorizations were rushed for more on, this will speak to Christopher role in he's the business of healthcare reporter at the. Washington Post. The stakes couldn't be higher obviously and what we've seen unfortunately from this administration since the pandemic began is a number of hyped and rushed through decisions through the FDA and through other political statements that have had the effect of kind of undermining the public's faith and exactly what the FDA is going to approve. The biggest example is the. Hydroxy Cork when debacle, which the FDA gave a emergency youth authorization to it, you know at the behest of trump in the White House really with very little two zero hard evidence that it would have any effect as a treatment for coronavirus for covid nineteen and when some more hard studies were done for hydroxy core Quinn by June, it became apparent that the drug pad dough benefit. And in fact, posed dangers of dangerous heart arrhythmias. The FDA had to rescind its way which was a big black guy for the agency and kind of set the tone for the relationship between the White House and the FDA, and so you've seen trump expressing frequent displeasure with the pace of FDA deliberations, and then what you've also seen was just recently two weeks ago trump totally over hyping the. For Congress and plasma for treatment of Corona virus, and then his own FDA Commissioner, Steven Hahn completely botching the roll out of the statistics and totally exaggerating what the effect of commerce and plasma is for what the benefit is. It's actually of somewhat potentially some use, but there have been good randomized clinical trials that even show what it does. That's the backdrop to today's announcement by the drug companies where they are want to rush in and here, and so the vaccine is a much bigger deal obviously than hydroxy Corcoran or convalescent plasma, and if people don't have faith in the vaccine, the safety and efficacy of the vaccine and not enough people signed up. To take and accept that it's GonNa inoculate them from growing virus. It won't stem pandemic I mean you need at least fifty to percent of the people taking it to build hurt immunity. It's GONNA be a couple of year endeavor and to rush something into the marketplace without having it appropriately tested is a really dangerous course and so that's why you're seeing the drug companies you know sort of tacit or implicit criticism of trump's path here. So they are you know boldly saying would normally not be bold at all. Don't worry folks. We've got you the headline for their Stevens said former leaders unite to stand with science, SCO right there sounds kind of. Sort of an unsubtle dig I think. The political environment, a lot of the top vaccine makers that are in contention right now that are in stage, three trials and others have signed on this. List a few those if you could please. So the ones that are in the most advanced stages three that are in phase three trials, Astra Zeneca Pfizer and Moderna each of these is not a traditional vaccine you know you have what's called deactivated virus and then you use the deactivated virus in some sort of growth grow it in like Ed Whites or And it's a very painstaking and long process with these genetic based vaccines. You can rush them through the manufacturing and development process much more quickly, and so that's what they've done. So that's why those three manufacturers are ahead of the game ahead of the pack and our manufacturing large volumes of vaccine in the event that they do prove safe and effective through massive stage three clinical trials. Clinical. Trials for vaccine take about thirty thousand people and that's an important distinction that these vaccines are made a different way because we don't have a vaccine that has been made in the way that they're going about it. So they really do need to do all the due diligence in these late stage clinical trials to make sure it's safe and effective. Well, that's a great point. Really. Yeah. These are novel technologies. So they do show in early stages they've shown clinical effectiveness and they've shown a decent safety profiles. And so it's encouraging. But until you have the really large scale population scale clinical trials that were, you can see that it's actually preventing people from getting infection out in a community. You really won't know how the other thing is. You gotTA figure out how long it's GonNa work that'll take even longer you'll see is a an e Ua before we know exactly whether or not the effect of the vaccine will last one year, two years, five years. So no one will really know that for quite some time as well,
Why Do We Get Bags Under Our Eyes?
"When I was growing up, I had a science teacher named Mr Thayer. He had these really deep set eyes with dark circles around them and loose baggy skin underneath at the time. I thought his eyes were really cool like they made him. Look wise and knowledgeable, and now I'm probably the same age Mr Thera was then and I've got bags under my eyes, but they don't seem as cool now. They just make me look tired all the time, but here's the thing sooner or later. All of us are going to have them. We all get bags under our eyes. So what causes them anyways? And how should we treat them? Them, well, there are lots of possible causes for what scientifically known as para, orbital, hyper chromium, but the most obvious one is aging see, we may not like to talk about this in certain circles, but we all have fat above below and behind our is for cushioning. This is in case. Something slams into your I like say a fist. The fat will take most of the blow and save your SCO from some damage, but as we get older, the Septum orbital ligaments in our skin decompose, and all that gooey fat pushes down, and out in the skin, loosens into swollen puffy bags, and this thin weeks skin exposes the tiny blood vessels underneath making our fat. I bags. Look Darker. Also as we lose volume around our is our orbital bones are exposed creating a kind of depressed gutter, revealing our eyes sockets. If you've already got forward, said is in receiving cheekbones. Those gutters are going to look even deeper, and there are reasons other than aging that contribute to these lovely dark fat bags under our eyes genetic help if your mother or father have eye bags, you probably will to also any kind of fluid buildup around the is is going to make the bags worse because fat cells are mainly made of water sinus infections from. For instance, which I often get stretched the skin under your eyes, even more also crying right before bed, which I often do has the same effect when you get bags under your eyes from fluid retention like this there most noticeable in the morning, other causes of water attention under your eyes can include salty food and premenstrual hormonal changes, and let's face it if you're up late. Burning the candle at both. Both ends that doesn't help either neither does a lack of exercise, but if you're really looking for something else to blame, those dark circles are sometimes caused by an excess of Melanin pigmentation deposits in the skin. So I know you're all out there, wondering but Christian. What's your secret? How do you treat your bags? Well? Of course, you can always cover them up with makeup or you can turn to. To your friendly neighborhood doctor for needles and SCALPELS 's for instance, dermatologists often inject wrinkle fillers with awesome names like Juvenile Durham and wrestling under eye muscles to reduce their baggage mix that with some bow talks, and you'll look years younger. It's only a couple thousand dollars every eight months, or you can spend big and go under the knife for surgery. The official name is Blah Ferro plastic and how it. It works is the doctor makes a few incisions in your eyelid melts the fat inside of there, and either removes it or repositions it sometimes they even add more with fat grafts, then they tuck in the remaining loose skin and use lasers to firm it up, sounds cool right, and if pigment is your problem, they can blasted with intense pulse lights to destroy your cells and smooth out your skin. Okay so maybe you're thinking now. Christian I don't want someone to stab me in the eyes or Christian I'm cool with the stabbing in the burning, but that surgery sounds awfully expensive well, here's a couple home remedies I can share with you if the bags under your eyes are from fluid retention rather than aging, you can cool something like a cucumber slice or tea bags and place them on your is. The cold will restrict your blood vessels and reduce the swelling. Some people. Cream made a fish cartilage compounds to. To keep the vessels from expanding in the first place, you can also try sleeping with an extra pillow to elevate your head, so the fluid just drains out of your face while you're sleeping or change the position you're sleeping in like if you have one of those weird one droopy eyelids, that's probably because you sleep on your side and gravity is taking effect. People put all kinds of stuff on their eyelids to reduce swelling everything from vitamins to Henry Cream, and some recommend that you quit cigarettes and put sunscreen. Your eyes because both smoking and sunlight can weaken the Collagen in your face and cause premature fat bag sagging. So here's the deal. We may not like the bags under our eyes, but they're usually harmless, but if you've got swollen, red, itching painful is, you should probably go see a doctor.
Adrian Mariappa on George Floyd protests
"Nunez spoke to Adrian Mariappan. They covered a number of topics in today's interview, including the protesters. We've seen around the well off the tragic death of George Ploy. What you make of the that now, the football world we've seen Jadon Sancho. Weston mckennie. Bundesliga primarily players here on clubs actively taking a stance against a delight now there's some more togetherness in this battle. feel that they're still a long way to go. See! A lot more unity in his. and. tonight we've. In the UK, although when is not the state? You see how U K, people haven't how standing up together. With everyone in the site SCO protest processes in England in London. All across internationally. And other places in Europe as well. And I think it's a log. Why did she in? There are a lot of. Similarities! You'd K. that Mira the states unless y you know within. The Tragic Medal of Jewish slow come out in muncie video jobs. Hush feel it is a black person you. You incidents that you've had in your life and. It comes back to you in Husky non income. Now's that now is the time to come together. And fight together. Full 'cause. Stuff my told me growing up. You don't have to what's wise. It's hard. Not to get to the same place as you're white, you, you're white. Friends is conversation I'm having with my kids now. One. For, them and I want it to be a level playing for the one that have the same shoe is growing up. To be rewarded for the hardware, and the only way that is gonNA is GonNa Happen as Glatt shot unity in coming together. Nothing these brilliant. That of not plays in sports, people and celebrities just everyone just coming together I a coming together. I know it finally. Just one of the things that was pointed out was at least now. Something that's different. Is People see more white people actively speaking out about this or finally guessing comfortable enough to speak out about this and actually join the fight. Is that something that you think was missing and that we probably need more of. The show. On that maybe is uncomfortable. I is uncomfortable to have conversations up conversations. That needs to be out because. You know this is a baby reality. Slow flappy largely while. The the daily injustices that you fight against, and it needs now backing by everyone so may be uncomfortable. You may not want to speak out by. there's always something you can so long as willing to take action. On support. For.
Coming out stories: Jessie
"Going to hear from Jesse now she's a singer a Dj and also a radio presenter. Oh I get to work alongside a radio one of other jobs. She was just in her final week. Him Co presenting. The breakfast show in this interview was recorded. I identify as a female lesbian growing up in Essex. It was very much like with the popular girls over the time at school and not just knew the. It was pretty goes. I was friends. Wave always in that popular group of the sports teams with And we always got the good looking boys kind of hovering around us of which obviously they became like really good friends with them. But I remember thinking why is shade? Itin him why is Hay's eighteen because I always though maybe I'll just fancy my friend school because she's really pretty say alike court she was. She's really outgoing. Range really popular. She's great person. You know that kind of thing thinking maybe I don't actually fancier live a new audit. I used to talk myself out of. It's just because you like what she's wearing kind of thing. So did you have a full-on crush with friends are modum best friend car. We speak about it now. All the time I always had quite pretaped. Fem boyfriends like the real girly pretty looking. Boys Lot really gorgeous. I mean sticker wig on like you have me different. You know a really long blonde hair and blue eyes that kind of thing but I would always got like a boy in the school for like two free weeks then that want to have a case whatever else fancy many more fancy someone else so you got around it that way you ever. Did you ever have any so-social called coincide? We're boys well had boyfriends growing up but like never kind of pass the quite kissing unquote phase until I got to sixteen. Hottest boyfriend is v day and he was a couple years older than me. When I sixteen. Yes I lost my virginity to a boy and experience. I just knew it wasn't I mean not love him but not like that mean and decide. I Wa- I was with him for year and I was thinking I don't want this to happen anymore. From the age of sixteen I moved away from home to go to this performing Arts College. I went to London. Said cops mean just slightly out of London and I lived there all of a sudden I got all this freedom from the age of sixteen had quite a bit of money in my account. Because I've done a lot of like TV jobs. Growing up performing arts stage shows in the western moments safety from got spunk connor. Sixteen I got friends. Who the Guy Boys Era Doreen Bird for college and obviously used to be like a fried are like come on. We got into town and we'd go to like heaven in London G. Y. When it was a story in London sixty nights not so it was in the ninety S. I'm yeah yeah late nineties and it was just incredible. I remember the first time we can in thinking. I just feel so high and at the time I still have this boyfriend in Essex. The LOST MARVELED UNITY TO I. Don't use remember standing in Heaven under the arches in London. And there's like this kind of Baolcony bit that surrounds the dance floor and you look down dots on remember seeing this girl. She's really fit and I was really attracted to. I don't just couldn't help a thou- I don't speaking my friends my gay male friends and they didn't know what I was going for all. She's happy to be going out with them to these gay ause. I thought you were straight gail. Just hanging around with look coming out for the law a few drinks always the Joe. Ca- me some looking down the balcony and this girl. She keeps looking at me but I couldn't say to my friends because it didn't know Oth- oh maybe a light boys and girls and that's okay. I've got bisexual friends. Maybe having all this free my heads the guys went to the toilet. Now you know what guys like when I go to the toilet. I took forever in the them. Guideline that stock saw. I like all way here knew exactly what I was doing. I just as they went away. I said make sure you come back away in this box. It was always packed. I'm looking at with the dance floor and she's gone whereas Cisco Gone Looking for. Oh what am I going to turn round? She was there a my face. She went you guy. And Yeah a believer city. I just went and we still kissing and it was like the most incredible experience of my entire life. I had my first Lesbian Kiss in heaven. Then she went on what she name. I was like Jesse and she said Oh. Hi I'm Laura. I'm just going to tell my friends where I am. And she she was doing didn't show. Yes you slightly older. The me lie. She knew and I'll just start as low fly baby into dancing when she starts then he walks off Patrick Species Leffler. That was me I was like. I was all in a panic but it was amazing. Incredible Fade in the NFL. And she go back Laura. Laura thought Noah I'll tell you so she didn't come back but you know I was kind of relieved because my friends then came back from the toilet and I did not explained by the way. I'm a lesbian now because I didn't know how always failing so they just about the toilet and things ripple nothing happening here and my friends. My best friend crease. He was longer than usual. So a Wolfer the dance ought to say and this. Chris was out yet. Either Chris Wherever you not. We've all been waiting for you. The was still up the balcony bay towards the toiler. This time I said. Where have you been all that was a massive Qaeda's a massive q? And Chris a totally black game and deny walk. Bad person for doing this is because I wanted to tell him what did just happen to me. I'll make Chris. Don't lie a know your I of just seeing you kissing this guy outside the toiler Ole all. Please don't tell anybody score Asia's whatever Russkoe shocked by the way. I'm very sorry to to the Scottish people but yeah I told him. Talk Bobby off just kissed. A girl just jumped this massive hug all throughout college. Chris was gay arm lesbian. We just had this collection together that nobody knew we love here so he had been kissing a boy saw. The toiler wouldn't totally blocked and got it. Rai Yes a totally go awry stays this one night of say Dave and tell you I was wearing. I remember every dates how it was such a massive. Carter point in my life. It was an awakening an awakening. It why love is the fact that you literally have sounds like that was the first time you'd ever verbalize those words. I'm gay and then within about three seconds you're kissing a woman. She just stuck tongue thrown up for where she's bloody gorgeous. She's ready Fan. I'M NOT GONNA say no and honestly wanted for such a long time and then obviously a couple of months down the line. Chris and I start going out together and my best friend best friend from college and like it was just so amazing. I had this guy best friend the I could be myself around all that stuff going school on new fancy my best friend at school. Actually I'd accepted everything. Do you ever told you best friend at school. I've told her since we still in really good contact now and we did have a bit of a case in a nightclub in the she went. You always fancied SCO avenue it co- cover stop it but yeah on. A sleigh is just amazing and then going through. I realized I thought I liked boys as well. I thought I was bisexual because I had such love. You still have this boy talk. So what happened to him? Well I just kind of Went Down Essex to visit my family to visit him. Nauseous largest is just not for me. Didn't she say to him? I can't be reviewed because on lesbian artist could earn just went ready. I wasn't ready and all that judgment. I thought I was going to get. You know I always as kind of grown up being around heterosexual people all the time like I didn't until I went to college. I never I've never had a gay friend or it wasn't until as much as it is. Now I I remember seeing grey notre ones in G. Y. On shooters that's amazing. He's gay made on TV. I just it does make a difference. Doesn't it having those role models and those people out Amoco's well that's really amazing what you're doing as well because having things like this. I think if I'd had this growing up it would have helped me to just accept to lot quicker like I went through thing whereas maybe if I just set with another guy I would be straight because I really struggled with. Don't want to be a lesbian for was. Why was there a period than what you really were in the closet and didn't want to admit it to be especially when I came home from college like summer holidays and that kind of stuff unites along six weeks? When you can't feel you can be yourself. I mean I don't need to have a badge. Sign on Lesbian. But you know if I saw Angelina Jolie on telly I want to be out. Say she fit mom more. Hold him back a huge part of May and of my life and there was this guy. It fixed incomes calm the Gary H and he says a fancy adult. I kept knocking on the door. Boot Ronald Flowers. I even went on a date things. My mom was always lovely what you should go on a date with him. I'm not in the end. Don't thinking what am I doing? So this one I sixteen. It was about eight months off to my first lesbian. Kiss only eight months in the closet though nothing. I honestly I've had a really easy story. Compared to a lot of my friends it was just basically me except for myself to mom. Mom I gotTa tell you something. I'M LESBIAN. She went all right. Then what you want dinner. Brilliant Mommy Brooks absolute legend but honestly since then she said to me awful guy for if as I thought. I'll just go with it but should well. He's not a phase now obviously off the married to a woman. Did you have any questions? She didn't have a she up in conversation again. She just went with their. You know and you know if I was coming out. She's kind of all we going to like an algae bt new tonight and then the next door to me and that kind of
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"A covert nineteen SCO AG dot gov Colorado's joining Nevada California Oregon and Washington state in the western states pack it is an agreement among the states governors to have a say in the health outcomes not politics that will guide their decision making around stakeholders president trump today suggesting that schools can reopen faster than some businesses ABC sandy feel president trump emphasizing he wants the economy open soon the word to safety okay rapid but safety the president suggesting schools should reopen first young people seem to do very well so I know that there are some governors that aren't necessarily ready to open up this stage but they may be ready to open up their schools but no explanation of what happens if non symptomatic children bring the virus home to more vulnerable parents Andy field ABC news Washington action by the department of defense can lead to pregnancy of those who believe in the existence of UFOs videos are well known to your awful boss one of them was shot in two thousand for the other two in twenty fifteen and now the DO DS declassifying the recordings all of knowledge and they were all shot by US navy pilots the videos were released after the federal government determined no sensitive capabilities or systems revealed statement also saying the aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterized as on identified videos were initially published in twenty seventeen and eighteen by the to the stars academy are you a full research group founded by former blink one eighty two singer Tom the long Tom or Gotti fox news in metro Denver rents are up but so vacancies the first quarter data released from real estate professor Ron Thorpe at do you does not reflect covert nineteen impacts our next update at seven thirty I'm here to show on cable news radio eight fifty eight AM and ninety four one FM right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down.
Assassin's Creed 2 is now free on PC for a limited time
"Week rally this week we're looking at assassin's creed two which has you taking on the role of SCO auditory an assassin in the renaissance back in Italy and he's basically going around it trying to right the wrongs of some are corrupt individuals that would be sought for Sasson street is a franchise that took the industry by storm in two thousand seven and went on to sell more than eight million units globally the general direction I gave to the team for a C. two was quite simple diverse city if flares more options in all aspects of the game sucess is creed two is this epic story of family vengeance and conspiracy set in the pristine yet brutal backdrop of a renaissance Italy it's the over friendly now da Vinci takes on Florida's most powerful families in ventures to the canals of Venice where he learned to become a master assassin now this is like the the DNA of assassin's creed games because there's like all kinds of assassin's creed's budget and they take place in all kinds of different tying time periods and places like number two what was the best one tire series this is the one that is why he asked one yeah we wouldn't been told that when I bought honestly I mean not as not as he's actually still good because a lot of them more recently a lot of the later ones weren't very good they were turning out like every six months yeah they weren't they were garbage but origins Odyssey still very good but this one's for free you will use it to get to be John wick in the renaissance like what what more reason you need to check that came out alright you describe a little bit like what the game plays like because it's a lot of sneaking around literally and assassinated it's it's an action adventure game right so you know you're you're basically a free exploring the open city of Italy and yet you have to assassinate people you get all kinds of different ways to do that the main which is like your hidden blade I'm sure you know you've probably seen it before but it's like this this gauntlet that you have that spike still this little dagger but eventually you get like poisons that you can use you know crossbows in like a little sort of gun collecting you can put in there as well to give you all sorts of different tools be able to do that we get to run across like buildings and do parkour stuff if you like a tomb raider game or maybe like to get into uncharted kind of like those would be this would be another game up your alley that could maybe be a this is one of a lot of historical references that the other assassin's creed yeah that's you know that's what I've always loved about these games is is the way they're able to take historical moments and and and it's it's it's it's like a historical fiction right because they have their own spin on them characters in the game right in some historical things that happen exactly in fact you know when the what was that that that burned down the cathedral no it's not one that burned down they actually were able to take some of the information that will be sought the developers that made it had compiled to make it with in their game and use that for the reconstruction yeah use the video games Jeff to help recreate what was damaged in the fire yeah because they took pictures for three D. stuff inside because they wanted to model it as accurate as possible they had all the data so it saved in there like you can go yeah and I mean it is that this isn't even a big time investment either twenty twenty five or twenty to twenty five hours talks to you really get to the story and it's only free though on Ubisoft are you play on PC so going download movies off you play you
Special Interview With Professor Scott Lucas On How Coronavirus Is Being Handled
"Now across the pond the US is also in crisis management mode at the helm a man. Who's long suggested? He's just the person to have around when back against the wool President Donald Trump but despite his early dismissals of the gravity of the global pandemic the chance to become in effect. A wartime president seems to have shifted his tone somewhat. But and it's a question we've asked before is rhetoric enough it's a question before of Scott Lucas the US politics professor at University of Birmingham and he joins me now. Good morning to you Scott. I guess that's the question first of all empty words again from trump or does he have the stomach for this kind of fight the very best thing that could be done right now in the United States as the corona virus Surgeons there is Donald. Trump is put into self-isolation Either he removes himself or officials effectively. Push him off to the side. Because you've mentioned roderick is not just the factor it's rhetoric that trump has issued a series of false statements damaging statements in recent days that he's refused to take vital action needed for example to try to get medical supplies to states and it really is up to others in the administration. Vice President. Mike Pence the chief doctor in the Administration Anthony Fauci to stop as well as all those state and local leaders who have been taking the steps that have mattered so far. It's interesting. Isn't it if we talk about playing politics with something that's more important than that. You've got Democrats blocking legislation. That would potentially pump a great deal of money into the US economy. But they're saying look. The Republican bill is itself Skewed it's politically biased. It's favoring corporate interests the usual rhetoric. How is it possible that we've having these kind of political? Footballs kicked around when the stakes. So high I think is really important to get the rips on. What's happening with that package about one? Point eight trillion dollars that's being discussed in the US Senate and it was held up last night. And that is it's not a question of blaming one side or the other that's when you play politics. The Senate Republicans have put more emphasis on bailing out. Businesses including sectors such as airlines Democrats. Were saying that you need to have some type of check on type on that money that it isn't just simply a giveaway at the same time you need to protect workers including those who are losing their jobs and most importantly to protect families who are affected by corona virus. So it's a question striking a balance between those two And again even as the bill was held up from final approval yesterday Chuck Schumer the Senate Majority Leader was say he expects that there will in fact being agreement within forty eight hours Scott. It's pretty hard to ask you. Who will be happy with situation as it stands because it seems like probably nobody Maybe it's more Germane to ask. Who's MOST UNHAPPY? Cuomo is not happy. Blasios not happy. There's people who are trying to get things done and they're all not happy. What do we go from here? I'm going to check politics at the door on that question when you talk about what state local leaders are facing such as an Andrew Cuomo New York such as the governor of Illinois such as the governor of Washington State Jay Inslee when you talk about equally important all those officials all those doctors. Those nurses are on the front line. They earn a life threatening situation because they do not have protective supplies. And of course Americans who were being treated or in a life threatening situation because the country not prepared for Corona Virus. Now we can cast blame for why the country was not prepared but it is a central now that all of the blame game is put aside and that in fact this country goes onto a quo as you put it wartime footing but one in which he gets leadership from those who will lead if not necessarily the man in the White House Sco. I couldn't agree with that sentiment but it does rather is it a challenging question. Which is this election season? How on earth do you fight a presidential campaign especially with The incumbent being the type of character he is given the situation your describe him. It's it's GonNa continue not nevertheless as we head towards the autumn. How can this possibly work in any way before in terms of the campaign? You'll have to ask. Joe Biden. Her Bernie Sanders on the democratic side. But my opinion is you don't and in fact. In recent days Bernie Sanders has turned over his campaign to fundraising for Corona virus and for meetings on Corona virus. Joe Biden is going to start making statements about corona virus to call for the leadership. That's needed in other words. Even as Donald Trump might go to twitter. And talk about the fact that you know. He's Hashtag winning campaigning. Ineffective suspended here and then we'll get to the question the summer about making preparations for the election. And you might as well prepare yourself. This election may have to take place and be the first first vote which is held by national postal ballot. That'd be pretty extraordinary skull and I'm always intrigued to know to wear one should look for Guidance I if not for president in these kind of situations score is there a time again outside of wartime that one can look to see how domestic politics function and frankly how society continues to function given the pressures you talked about the risks to frontline staff to vulnerable people reassurance? It I mean if you can there are precedents one can look at for how the US has got on top of problems like this. I mean this is unprecedented in the sense that we haven't had a pandemic since the influence outbreak after World War. One it killed tens of millions of people That we haven't had a situation outside of wartime in this sense that this is happening in twenty four seven social media minute by minute second by second in that adds a dimension to it. But here's the reassurance because I'm seeing it here in the UK as well as the US and that is at a time when others may not lead at a time when others may deceive or may rant about the media and about their political foes in community after community. I'm seeing people that are helping neighbors that are sacrificing themselves from delivering post from serving in hospitals from providing essential protection and it is at the community grassroots level that the heroes are going to be fine found and it is those actions those individual actions that you don't get in the headlines that I think made the difference in date that's hope so scholars. Thanks for joining us this morning.
The Basics of Bulking
"Many meals when you're trying to bulk. How many meals are you eating day? Are you limited are you? Is it unlimited? What's the situation there so whether on bulkier cutting it's really going to be the same as far as spacing out. My meals really doesn't matter. The only thing that's going to be different is really the microbes which is going to be covered as protein cards fats. So really with bulkiness. Cutting every two to three hours. I'm having something Obviously you know if you're a little bit on the smaller side you know one forty one fifty one six zero or whatever you're not gonNa have to cram as much food in like me that starts off round to forty to fifty right so sometimes. I'll have to do every two hours just to get in a little bit extra calories but mainly just want to be in a surplus. Okay reason why you're eating every few hours to keep your metabolism constantly going that way you can get as many meals in as possible throughout the day but you're not going to convert a lot of it to Because your body what will happen is if you have way too many cars. Let's say oh I'm all you need two or three times a day. I'm just GONNA pile on to three hundred carbs every single meal. Your body is not gonna be able to obviously metabolize all right. So the downfall without is this going to convert to fat since you're not gonNA use that Short-term energy from the carbohydrates space. It out is probably GONNA be your best bet booking or cutting interesting okay. So it's not really about like just so when you're bulking you're not trying to gain fat. You're trying not really a free and not a free for all. It's not just do whatever a lot of people. Typically if there's any younger viewers socially teenagers Burgers all the time beats scream old matters is calorie counters obviously during a bulking phase. Since you are going to be out of surplus there is that ratio that you will gain fat but you can minimize how much you're actually going to gain during that process right and that probably helps me turns to the cutting phase so then have to route so right no. I don't care if I can gain ten pounds instead of thirty. But it's quality It's GonNa make cutting a heck of a lot easier right right and a less sacrificing our of stairs. I got you know lead a couple of times a day like right. It's much more maintainable. So what are you eating during those bulking bells? What would be your ideal ideal day full of meals? I'm a little bit more bland. Okay mocking or cutting spore. Because you like to keep it pretty even kills the whole process just so used to it after doing it for you know sixteen years so I just find this. I really settle with my body so for me. I typically do. Most meals will be some L. E. ME like ninety nine percent. Turkey or some kind of chicken breasts grill it. Boil it bake. It doesn't really matter. It's not gonNA change the chemical of the Me Too much but that sells really well for me. I can digest very fast. Okay same thing with Rice Rice. Oats stuff like that. My body handles where you're well. I can metabolize fast so I try to make it so okay so this my body is going to get really bloated. WanNa miss my next meal. So why would I wanna put that on every single meal? If I'm going to be one or two behind right okay. So I've best thing is find the things that agree with your body value can eat every two to three hours and it's not going to upset your stomach and interesting so do you usually take any supplements when you're trying to because you just finished the bulking vase rate and you are now onto the terming cutting portion. So we'll get into that later. But did you take any supplements while you're trying to bulk? Kind honestly in. Balkan are cutting just overall wellness so multivitamins fficials usually with Omega threes mostly CLA's which is just amino acid alays which is another amino acid. Those are going to basically help with your metabolism. Okay so it's going to speed up a little bit Every once in a while. If I'm a little behind on protein I will throw in a protein shake. I okay but most time. I'm just getting everything from food. How do you know if you're behind on your protein? How are you tracking that? So so let's say let's go with just an average individual and journalists say one sixty law times like members. I my buddy. My buddy really likes protein case. I usually try and get one point. Two to one point five grams of protein per body pound a lot of books and they've gone to school or anything like that magazines. They're going to use more cagey. So point. Eight per cagey so really. It's more of Bro Science. I guess you have to go by your body so I know that my body likes protein. So let's say I'm one sixty multiply that by one point two. Let's say if I'm going to get all of that from my food. Then I don't need protein shakes much right right. Okay protein shakes handy if you're not getting an adequate amount of protein from foods or let's say you have kids or anything happens. Emergency happens on a Russian gotta go. Are you gonNA work out and then go to work off? I ended up talking to that guy way too long. Like usual right. Yeah sure down a protein shake thou way. You know you're fueling muscles at least before you can get your next meal. Is there a risk of you? Overdo the protein. If you're like going way beyond that like you're doing the protein shakes and you're getting from your meals so that one is obviously always gonna be up for debate. No matter what you see you're GonNa say you're GonNa say yes and you know I have a couple of clients doctors of them. Whenever I go in for my checkups super healthy all right If you're having too much protein and you're dehydrated that's what's really going to tax your insights. your liver and kidneys are going to have a hard time processing the protein. So it's working for the energy hydrated. Okay so it's wearing on it so more wear and tear okay now if you are hydrated even though you're getting a lot of protein in you're going to be fine unless you have some kind of weird medical history that runs in your family. Then I would just advise SCO. Gator normal checkups right like brunch. Everyone should right and then go from
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"Designers writers strategists you name it whatever skills your skill demands up work is how you name it they've got it pros are available short or long term one time or as often as you need them and the proven rated and reviewed the defined coders outside your area code and SCO specialist for six weeks or team of designers and devs on one place up work is how when you need in demand talent on demand up work is how well this is an historic day at WGN TV channel line because at eleven AM this morning when Steve Sanders steps into the studio to anchor the midday news newscast with dina Bair that he's been doing between eleven AM and one PM for so long now it'll be the swan song because he is retiring and today's his last day and how are you feeling about all this Steve it'll be a little nervous about this I've never not worked since I was a teenager probably like you you know it's a I'm not sure what retirees are supposed to do but I'm going to enjoy it I think that's a I'm never bored I've always had something to do so so we'll see but I'm going to miss this place well that's understandable and I can tell you that the hours will be great but the pay will leave something to be desired you know off we all think about the that led weekly monthly paycheck is going to be missed I know I know enough about you to know that you're probably going to be going to a lot of music shows because you you love your music Dahlia really do it you know it's something my brothers and I did growing up we we all played and brush fantasies kids growing up in Alabama and ocular rediscover that about fifteen years ago and I I know of no to be honest with you for about twenty years in this business I didn't pick up a guitar publicly because I think I had to stop the idea about who I was about waterfront drive would you do this you know and then I could see hopefully in Berkeley doing that and that's that's one of the guys always looked up to but what I decided to pick up a guitar against him and you know what it's all change though so it would be perfectly acceptable if like in five minutes to one this afternoon channel mind you brought the guitar out and you did a little song a little goodbye song dot net before I don't know if it'll happen what does he live well it's here for forty years forty years just about in the WGN news room are there memorable stories that that stand out I know there's been so many you know I always think about one of the first big stories are covered when I got here it was his first action Christmas week nineteen eighty two but really I think the I I watched here and in early two thousand I'm sorry nineteen eighty three at least they had me covering Herald Washington and I think they put me on Washington because they didn't really think this guy was going well and and and I'd be out covering imagery J. and and I come back to the news Hey yeah I know I'm the new kid here and I don't know the political landscape at Chicago but let me tell you this guy Washington the action these guys taking flight need to keep an eye on him in truth the western history but yeah it was it was it was really something else covered Washington yeah you know what in my limited experience being around him back in the eighties have channel two he was a lot of fun was Anne really was and and just a brilliant guy wonderful vocabulary and you know and she was reelected and so there was there were so many Chicagoans specially white Chicago sits up somebody can come up with the garlic and and he proved them all automatic Scott counselors who will ever forget that hello my goodness so it wasn't that something especially that one night after Gerald Gerald died and hello right around thanksgiving yeah I don't remember the year was eighty six eighty seven something like that the it seems like it's all such a blur and then I'll never forget doing a sit down interview with this each senator African American state senator with a funny name the local Bhama election back to the office it must have been maybe early two thousands and I should know about this Barack Obama guns blazing most it was the most radiant politician ought to get rid of you and your upper Dublin yeah you know and we know how that ended one of the fortunate perks of our businesses they're getting to meet some of these people in many cases before everybody gets to know them sleeve since you grew up in Birmingham Alabama you've been here for so long now do you consider yourself a native Chicagoan at this point you know but I do a bit more than that more than half my life in Chicago and and this is home now I'll tell you something you know going up in an Alabama Chicago was my idea of the big time not New York not Los Angeles because my dad was from southern Illinois the question in fact I still love my brother and I still owe a small farm in southern Illinois sure homesteaded in the eighteen fifties but my ancestors sort of sports stories of the people which Illinois my uncle at local had lived in the Chicago area since the sixties don prince my uncle was a your mobile or board of higher education for many years so I've always felt like I had one foot in the Midwest and in the other itself with this is home it's really yours N. di after retirement which starts at one o'clock this afternoon do you plan to stay in the area I do you know like I said this is all my my thirty year old son our lives are not far away he said the city and that the I can't imagine living anywhere else well we're gonna miss you your colleagues in the newsroom at WGN will miss you and as viewers and I fortunately got to run into here and there over the years but I'll miss seeing on television as well and it's it's going to be different it and I I I hear they're bringing in twelve network anchors to replace you do I have that right yeah absolutely you know it's been a distinct daughter really has an effect hi I never imagined that I would have loved thirty seven wonderful years in Chicago well the good news is when you anchor the news with dina from eleven AM to one PM today and channel line your last day the good news is you are allowed to have the last broadcast you're not in this situation where you're told by management Steve Sanders you've just done your last newscast get the security guard and walking out of the building you know what it was I was actually thinking about it this is a business where so many of our careers and unceremoniously it looks like mine's good and with the server and I well deserve ceremony all the best to you Steve look forward to bumping in the down the road and congratulations on a fantastic career at WGN news I'm honored Bob thank you so much coming up on seven twenty eight as rob feeder called him recently and rob's column one of the all time coolest guys on Chicago television Steve Sanders yes seven twenty eight now and speaking about grab feeders com today he reveals this for six weeks during the summer of two thousand to a twenty year old college student named Peter booted judge Peter booty judge mayor Pete toiled in the background as an intern at channel five about that apparently the record of his employment in BC here in Chicago channel five ran from June seventeenth to July twenty eighth and it shows that judge received an outstanding rating and his evaluation form as an intern with channel five's investigative unit and apparently he works very closely with Renee Ferguson over there who became his mentor and is an interesting story I had not heard that before he he lived in Chicago and apparently that summer was the only time he was in the city following his graduation from Harvard and the university of Oxford he returned in two thousand seven to work as a consultant for a company called McKinsey and company he lived in a rented loft condo in the loop he told that story to the sun times recently on the broadcast beat al Roker making some news plunging into Lake Michigan and he'll be here Sunday to help the Special Olympics people with the polar plunge and coming up after the news we'll talk to al Roker about that about his career and also about college roommate he had by the name of Jerry Seinfeld that's coming up next.
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"And SCO specialist for six weeks or team of designers and dad's all in one place up work is how we need in demand talent on demand up work is how it is seven twenty let's get some extremely local news now and check in with black clubs Chicago editor in chief and co founder Seamus to me good morning Seamus good morning Bob thanks for having me good to have you good to see you let's start off with and I heard John Williams talking about this yesterday shoveling sidewalks has become a legal issue has next that's right there is the older men on the south side ray Lopez who he he's he said I I've had enough I I don't know if you slipped and fell but this sounds like someone who has slipped and fallen recently on someone's on shoveled sidewalk but he got street in sandy go out insert ticketing businesses throughout his ward is the fifteenth ward which is west Englewood engage park in back of the yards and you know you always hear about these threats that we will find you but it's very rarely does it doesn't happen but these are big fines like five hundred Bucks any hit a lot of businesses franchise business like enterprise rent a car he said they were the biggest golf fly out there it was the one on of forty fifth in Wabash and we went out there and check the levees up in amazingly they had shoveled by the time we got okay yeah you know what the phone wrestlers five hundred dollar took in their pocket yeah and they'll be keep an eye on the weather forecast wit which now they're talking about snow later tonight and overnight possibly accumulating as much as five inches north so keep this in mind it's it's in the you know it's in the city code even though their public sidewalks owned by the city it is your responsibility to shovel man Lopez said listen we're all adults here I'm not gonna be V. as anymore okay trouble you're walking okay what's going on on the south side now with the hospitals there yeah this is a really interesting story that broke yesterday of there's a whole series of hospitals you know throughout the south so you thought throughout the country for that matter that are just really seeing struggles empty beds fewer people with overnight stays really having trouble you're paying the bill so for hospitals announced yesterday that they've been working on a deal to all merge and build a one main destination hospital they say somewhere on the south side they haven't if they've picked a soft spot they haven't revealed it yet but this would be advocate Trinity on ninety third street mercy hospital in Brownsville south shore hospital in Saint Bernard hospital in in Englewood so the big question for me is what we see where the new hospital goes but what happens to these for existing hospitals once that one opens beyond exactly as so and what they have a time table set yet for any of this they are going out into the community now and and starting to get some just some some feedback I suspect the feedback will be do not close the hospital in my neighborhood right because you know obviously you because the house was not only do you not have a place close to you anymore but you also have this whole king you know a corpse of a building that's a drag on the neighborhood for you know could be for decades to come but they're planning on trying to get the actual agreement in place by the middle of twenty twenty when they're gonna get shovels and the grounds are building this one point one billion dollar hospital I would say it's multiple years away and the Chicago plan commission has endorsed a development and okayed an idea of plan for the old Vienna beef factory on Damon twenty fold one north Damon you can still go there and enjoy the food in the company cafeteria that's open to the public I like to do that once in awhile but not but I guess not for long what's going to happen there right they're going to the the whole place is going to come down Vienna beef moved most of their operations down to down to Bridgeport Canary fill in this story makes me sad just saying old Vienna beef because why would anything be better than a Vienna be affected some where but you know this is a stretch along the Chicago River right word bands that Damon it's getting hotter and hotter you know these all these industrial uses the junkyards everything are moving away and there are you know building boardwalks and river walks and trying to use more of pedestrian and bike friendly uses down there so they want to put in a huge driving range right where the factory is turned on the factory and put in an enormous driving range to go a golf drive golf driving right just isn't golf driving range they still make those you know yeah hundred and two hundred and two bays climate controlled I look so we we've got some renderings up on our site and on block of Chicago but it it it looks pretty good you know I am full fight about you know turning these riverfront properties into these these uses that people you know some people don't like I'm some of the neighbors are worried about the lights about birds flying into the nets there but the the cool part that I always remind people as they are putting in their connecting these these river walks of entry you might be able to you know write a bike all the way up and down the road I think after all these years of turning our back on the river it's it's I I think it's kind of cool that there so much interest in redeveloping it yeah it's about time it and if you haven't been along the banks of the Chicago River it's amazing what's happened just in the last couple years so this this driving range and they're also saying it's going to be an entertainment center at twenty five oh one north Damon the yeah that's right and I'm sure that you know those be places you know millions of TV's and craft beer and the you know the whole nine yards yeah and their Dr Jack is in Orlando they're in North Carolina and they're in west Palm Beach so Dave you know about the well it it looks to me as Seamus just I'm on your what website looking at looks like Dr check is like top golf which has been really but they've got a couple of locations in the area where it's it's a driving range slash sports bar were you shooting at targets it's so it's it's it's a game as well as just going in hitting golf balls I want my purse rami salaries so that it will it will have a hopefully you can still get you know a jumbo dog while you're there yeah it looks great these places are a lot of fun you know they are as you could you know even so you you you you know if you have your hands are sore and then you can go drink beer and you know what someone else a three stories or spend forty million on this thing so it's going to be interesting to watch right up there in north Damon Avenue the old the end of beach side so they they I guess it then we'll finally close the company cafeteria which which has remained open even as Viana has locate relocated to the south side of that that's my understanding I haven't seen any yeah I haven't seen any plans where they're going to incorporate this into it but just for the for the history of the site it would be interesting if there was some sort of Vienna be stand there there is still the outlet store down and that by the new factory which is it's sort of a Wonderland of Vienna beef products if you've ever been there before and it's you is things that you've never even heard of before let me I didn't know they made this a no you walk out forty dollars for the food that it sits in my for my freezer to mistakenly isn't part sodium nitrite land I love it and we should also mention the plan commission okayed Optimus plans for a seven story residential building on the old Treasure Island property that's at thirty four sixty north Broadway that locally owned grocery chain closed a couple years ago after fifty five years of operation finally Seamus let's talk about this what exactly is the death gap explain that the death gap refers to the average lifespan of of people in in certain neighborhoods if particularly we for people in downtown downtown Chicago to tend to live about eighty years people in east Garfield park Garfield park on the west side live sixteen years less on average so if there are some huge disparities just in Chicago alone from places you can drive two and five minutes where people are living significantly shorter lives on average and it's it's it's every reason it you can think of of that that's affected in environmental factors you know of the you know jobs are not are not as good everything that goes into it and so they're trying to do whatever they can to reinvest in a lot of these neighborhoods on the south and west side and to that and there's a group called west side United that's a collection of a lot of the hospitals in the medical district there lot of the non profits out on the west side and they get significant funding from from some banks and some of philanthropists and this week they announced a whole host of of I would say a mini grants but their grants for small businesses to to do small projects to help them build and expand and and hire people on on the west side which is you know which is a huge step in the process so these were twenty nine thousand dollar grants again like that's not gonna be up a game changer for business but some of these there was a a catering company that bought a van that able to expand their business so it's it's great west side United the really helping out small businesses good news keep us posted and I know you will extremely local news from black clubs Chicago in shame is to it have a great weekend Seamus thanks you too yes attention local TV news directors I have a great idea for you right after the news it's thirty five degrees at seven thirty good morning I'm Steve percentage the news who sponsored by team Hochberg police are searching for a missing Indiana woman and her baby Elroy moves into first place in the big ten stocks fast begins today in business global stocks are higher Dow futures are up nearly one hundred points now with WGN traffickers very bad about not too bad on the roadways.
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"Fully flexible and SCO specialist for six weeks or a team of designers and that was only one place up work is how when you eat in demand talent on demand up work is how is six forty eight let's get some extremely local news now Jan Sabella is here from block clubs Chicago morning Jim how you doing good morning good how are you great let's start off with salute to lane tax basketball coach jazz Nick look all bow he is a the classic English teacher slash black basketball coach at lane tech high school in north center and he has brought home a hundred and fifty wins for the boys basketball team which is the best the second most went on record in the team's a hundred and twelve year history good for them yeah and it's actually while because the coach that hit that record really is fully we had been at the school for like forty years so Nick is only been there for a couple years that he's already had a hundred and fifty wins intact student alarm his he met his wife there he's just and they had of game a big game and everyone was acting weird and they ended up having a big celebration for him before the game is like why is everyone here prize every yes exactly earlier this month to celebrate the hundred fifty four nice well I hope our friends across the street from lane tech at channel nine gave him proper air time for yeah hopefully they they write our story and when given somewhat now we move on to a former Logan square hardware store space that is seeing a small village toy store opening there now yeah perhaps most Logan square story of all is that a hardware store them becoming a record store now becoming a vintage toys shop but toys is or has been on Western Avenue for six years and they have a lot of this is in a toy store that you go shopping for your kids Christmas presents this is for collectors so they have a lot of like comic book inspired stuff just vintage toys from the fifties and sixties a lot of people who collect toys and a lot of people go when they sell their collectibles toys R. and people come from all over the country go there or contact them online to try to get some of their their stuff so they're moving into a much bigger space they said that their storage area looked like an episode of hoarders so they need to expand Logan hardware is a really cool storefront on fuller ten Avenue and yeah they're hoping to have events for twenty nerds and the others were interested and just kind of opening up the space to do a little bit more with that SO toyed you sure it was on western and now they're gonna be Fullerton is that right right that's right around the corner so they were at twenty sixty four north western and then moving to twenty five thirty two west fuller ten so they were just a little bit south on western in between Armitage in Fullerton now let's take years south to heck wish a lot of people I Chicagoans still don't really know where head wishes and this is this is a really cool story because I I love hearing about a record store opening with right what's going on in head which first tell everyone where had wishes hi this is on the far south east side so we're all we're talking about like a hundred and thirty second street but almost you're almost in Indiana at this point they have like the the Avenue and all that they need alphabet names down there which is not common you know where you see the numbers but it's a little working class community they don't have a lot of stuff like this they don't have a lot of independent like coffee shops and a lot of foot traffic that would support something like a record store but I had wished resident was like you know I want to record Sir my neighborhood Kevin Beauchamp he collects albums and he decided you know I'm an open something in my own neighborhood he reached out to the chamber of commerce in the neighborhood and they said Hey why don't you make it a record store and a coffee shop to kind of give people a reason to come out and browse the record good idea and a gathering space for the community which is a little bit more lacking in the neighborhood so yeah that he's actually like trying to fundraise to open he might just have the record store portion opened at first until he's able to hire a per resa and get all the coffee equipment but it'll be called catalyst coffee lounge music gallery at a hundred and thirty one thirty two fifty seven south Baltimore Avenue does he have a date in mind for all this he's hoping to open before had wish fast as big neighborhood festival on August first so this summer hopefully have bush residents will have a new cafe and coffee in a record store fantastic there's a interesting event Saturday and talk about this on the west side yes so block clubs Chicago our director of development maple Walker when she came and she was like let's do something big it for the neighborhood so we she contacted I about nineteen local organizations and we're all gonna be in one room this began at Sinai at Medical Center China.
Legacy Code Wisdom with Alexey Chernov
"Alexey Chernov is riven. Rows consultant at jet thoughts over the years he's hughes-built MVP's for several products and health fast-growing products to improve their legacy code scale up the remote team and achieve effective development process. He's a strong supporter. QUARTER OF TD and cope simplicity. It's great to have you on the podcast today. Thanks for inviting me. I'm very excited to be here today. Fabulous Alles Alexi. What is your develop origin story? Yeah I feel like my story is Rather boring because I think I always knew that I would like to be involved in the tech field preferably in software development and It started when I was studying in systems programming in university and my first programming languages for Bass Kelsey and Assembler and and it was the third year of my studies. When I started learning web development? I will miss my friends from university. I joined small company will be worked on Web applications and I was really excited about that and At some point I realized that it. I'd love to continue fulfilling myself in that field and this eventually led me to jet thoughts. Yes I've been working for the last five years and might default tech stack is Ruby on rails and Java script. Usually it's either react of you chess. I also have small experience with Brighton and once I've worked to with a dog night application and beside that's In my free time I enjoy trying new technologies in my bed projects just to discover some new things and keep myself up to date. What is your specific experience with Ruby on rails? Do you remember what version it was whenever we started using it yeah. I got acquainted with rails on one of my first jobs There was a requirement of moving the application from beach to ruby on rails stack. And if I remember correctly it was rails version too that we use there and my first impression was like low. He can build up an APP so fast rail and I think I can say that I fell in love with Ruby on rails down and Since then I've been working with rails on a regular basis makes it Seven years ear scenario up to this moment that's fantastic. We're lucky to have you in the community so as a new thing. I also WANNA start filling in listeners. As to how I'm getting guests on the podcast and the reason this happened is because I saw several open source starter. Kits specifically for view J S and rails being published by jet thoughts so I reached out to jet thoughts in spoke with Paul and he recommended bringing Alexi onto the podcasts. So Alexi can you tell me. Abou- How jet thoughts is and what you do. Yeah sure jets. Hawks is a weapon development company with more than ten years of experience in Ruby on rails consultant Out Text deck is Ruben. Real Jealous CRIPS and be used. React native a tip for Mobile Development We have developers who contributed to rail. SCO LANC on lower now other those that we use us on a daily basis Usually we work with small and mid sized start ups and We provide them with screened Senior developers to extend their team We prefer to have long term engagement with companies. So we don't. I usually take a look of project simultaneously and one one of those things that I really like about. Jet Thoughts is that one of its. Let's keep principles is to have a clear and transparent Development Process euless tried to keep the product owner in the loop with regular updates. It's and we also regularly ask him for feedback and Also jets had a huge expertise in setting up development flow in remote distributed teams. We help to help to startups to reach serious around. and to scale up the product development unsuccessfully and full for one of the lost ground projects we were working on We have increased the development team from five to twenty people and actually that was an interesting experience because we had to deal with a legacy application which had a lot of problems technical depths how how many developers total mortgage thoughts. It's about fifteen developers for now in Lviv Ukraine but the team. He's he's working remotely. So we do not have an office and we keep communicating remotely within. Also so let's dive into the topic of why you onto the show today. And that is legacy code. So I imagine a lot of us have different definitions. The legacy code is but I'd love to hear Yours Alexi. Yeah that's true that there are a lot of definitions of it. First of all I liked like to say that legacy code is not the goal that is old or outdated but rather that is written without testing strategy in mind the definition is rather blurry but essentially we can say that legacy code is the code without tests and at the same time that is very a heart test. That makes a lot of sense. So do you have any tips. Maybe specifically around Ruby on rails on how we can improve existing legacy code base. Yeah this can be held at work. It's hard but I think it's possible if done it originally going. Carefully step-by-step We can imagine that our -plication with legacy code is like a person that is sick Like a sick person. The application is still able to work but his much less effective than usual and like a human's body fighting with the disease. We need to do. Two main. Things stopped. this disease from spreading and start proper treatment and I hope Aw listeners forgive me for such a simplification of humans body functions so to stop the spreading of the legacy code wrote First of all we need to to admit that problem exists when it technology said and We need to talk to the team and ask everyone to stop up pushing new code without testing it I It also can be tempted to try and say to product owners that we need to stop feature development until we do that factor in but unfortunately this doesn't work Stakeholders and odds usually too happy about about the fact that development team is not working on features so to continue as treatment. We need it took actually tried to increase this coverage and simplify the process of Af- running tests And this step It's usually hard to add unit tests so I would start with writing system Tests because they're easier to add although there Hudson to support But I think it's still the best approach in the beginning and eventually when we're more confident bent and Dakota's more predictable We can switch to unit destin stats if we have problems in the existent test suite. We need to fix it. The most common problems is that are dependent on external factors factors. They can call. Some externally be is services In in other words they are interacting with the outside world Take that so we can use gasset's approach like VCR to save the results of such goals and reuse it pre played in the future richer and we can disable net connection with trump's web. Mock and fake our oh external requests And other thing is that can be time order related which is which is very nine and this should investigated fixed to an overall? I think the main goal is to have isolated reminds tests to have some some solid grounds in a form of stable master branch to continued development.
Some Hope Wildfires Will Change Australia's Relationship With Coal
"Despite some recent rain scores of fires continuing to burn across Australia and there is still a lot of fire season to go millions of Australians. Have already you've been affected by the unprecedented blazes and is NPR's Nathan Rot reports. Some hope this will change. The country's relationship with one of its biggest and most controversial exports Kohl unlike in the. US Cole is still king in Australia. The country generates roughly three quarters of its electricity by burning the carbon heavy fossil also fuel here in the US figures closer to one quarter. But the real place that you'll see Kohl's power in Australia is in the country's list of exports Australia. Australia has the largest share of traded coal market than Saudi Arabia has of the traded oil market Rod. Campbell is with the Australia Institute. A progressive aggressive think tank down under so we are essentially the Saudi Arabia of call and our government is desperately trying to increase Chris Alcohol exploits last June. The government approved the construction of a coal mine in the country's northeast corner that's developers had said would be one of the biggest in the world world a few months later. The bushfires broke out adding heat to an already broiling fight over the project and the bigger debate around climate change. The protests against the country's coal friendly Prime Minister Scott Morrison or SCO as protesters call him have sprung up in cities these around the country with marchers holding signs that read climate emergency and Co Wallis not coal in a recent interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Morrison said. His government will work to reduce climate warming emissions. But he added it would do so without writing off in seventy billion dollar industries mysteries on which regionalist reidents depend on for their livelihood that figure being roughly how much country makes every year exporting coal mainly to fast growing Asian markets it energy analysts. Say that demand isn't going anywhere at least in the short term but climate experts say as the bushfires make clear action is is needed right now. Here's Rachel cletus. With the Union of concerned scientists. We have a window. That's fast closing in terms of trying to avert some of these very very serious climate impacts grew says a transition away from coal is going to be complicated as we've seen here in the US in a country like Australia whether a lot of jobs orbs that depend on the fossil fuel industry. It's not something that can happen without some careful policy intervention from the government. The question is whether that policy intervention will actually happen. A recent survey shows the bushfires are making Australians more concerned about climate change but a majority thirty of Australians believed global warming was a major threat so environmental groups like the Australian Conservation Foundation are now trying to help people connect. DOT's here's Kevin McFadden the Kasich we've got to make sure that people understand what's causing climate change and the fact that the digging up and burning of call all domestic usual for export eastern. Niger draw mcvay JR and says he doesn't expect to see change right plans for Australia's major coal mine. Show no sign of slowing but he says devastating as the bush fires are they do provide a great opportunity to change public opinion about fossil fuel projects. Down the
"sco" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Some of the data breaches the biggest data bridges of twenty nineteen like your some of the highlights Capital One this year's cyberattack affected over a hundred million US residents while our checkers and rallies these chain restaurants they were hit by point of sale systems there is dearly its database for SCO compiled by shopping educator basically it was millions of car buyers who may not have heard about them but you ever wanted to buy a car without a car buying website you're in that list stock X. are secondhand sales of luxury goods was hacked user accounts passwords sold on the dark web of collections one two and three now this was called the mother of all data breaches at three massive troves of stolen accounts passwords databases we've got all the details over AT commanded a common putting how Facebook mishandled your data once again yes some things never change but as we go into twenty twenty one of things that you can rest assured add sleep easily is that yes your dad is gonna be stolen once again and maybe impossible your identity all right Gerry in Davenport Iowa I their jury hi Kim how are you welcome welcome to the show today I'm sorry I'm both excited nervous to talk to you know you have been listening to you for eighteen plus years of you're responsible for actually me keeping one of the best jobs I ever had back when I first started listening so really what was that job well it was a sales job the US and Canada for a company out of Italy and they said they didn't set me up with phone fax and computer to do my work and I the last time I had been on the computer was in college where you used and cards whole so I had never been on windows or United then road kill on the information highway well here you are and you had the job and I here we are talking when I want yes well and I've got a question that again it's so you know as I've gotten older here and got a grand child that was asking for like a CD or music you know she wanted certain music okay and we're talking you know she's well she just turned seven now we started my web about it and it's like gosh our CD players really used if that gonna go to where he trapped yeah it's hard to it's hard to find a CD players Medford we were gonna just cleaning out a closet in our house you know it's you know it's like you don't you don't talk about that because he had that closet right yes okay everybody has that closet where it's like when you don't know where to put it it goes into that closet so we decided to clean it out over the holidays is like okay well we have some extra time was just fear of any we pulled out a dat tape recorder are very had an eight track report quarter in their tape I don't and of course I called Ian I said a long time ago well you might want to look this up on the internet there is something called the cassette yes because that so you're you're beautiful little granddaughter what kind of music that you want of Selena Gomez we're lucky that her album or whatever this next one is it is at least here until January can type thing so we didn't have to worry about it for Christmas now but but in and of course she knows the songs and music you know I listen to something on the radio she's in the car seat in back in and I'll say who is that she can tell me this is seven I mean and you know and you know but because of the internet all this is right there front center because she's probably listening to music on YouTube or Spotify or Pandora or whatever may bay seat right see against you but I I know from my daughter who's now twenty seven when it came time that you know they want to listen to their music whether you're in the car and so forth or not they want list yeah to their music and my daughter and her friends would all grown when I would tell him that up Kim Klement and was on my computer goddess and he had nothing to do with grown but I I that was my time they could go back to their music when your show was over but I well thank you for that and I'm sure they they ended up being more upstanding adults better upstanding adults because of that but and I appreciate that because your great dad so here's the deal is that is that you know you can buy in the what's called now a digital release okay sometimes the the people still call it an album even though it's not vinyl I so you can buy these on various platforms but really the days of buying music are pretty much over because if your little granddaughter wants to listen to Selena Gomez is that what you can do is put together and you can help or do this a YouTube playlist and so where she picks the songs that she wants in a play list and then those songs will play for her there's also Pandora where you could say I just want to listen to Selena Gomez twenty twenty and then those songs apply the same thing with Spotify in if you have an Amazon prime account is that you are able to stream fifty million songs online right now for free now Amazon has a paid account for eight dollars a month but it's highly unlikely that you know that's even going to be something that you want that you'll need to do because now the artists are making money by through this do you getting paid by the number of streams was a big controversy but now that seems to be have settled but you can still buy the songs as MP three files and then the MP three files will play on her phone on her tablet or what have you so up so before you necessarily go out and spend money on this give remind you with the MP three she can just download the songs that she wants is that I would sit her down because like most seven years old she probably is pretty fickle right yes and so I would say you know what here let's go to you too and you you and I will put together a playlist she probably or he knows how to do this and then you know you can buy the songs directly from the makers right there on you too as an MP three are there are ways for you to download the song but that's a legally so it's seven less you know keep her on the straight and narrow sure sure but I wouldn't necessarily worry about it right now as much as that when the when the news released drops from Selena Gomez is that start looking at the various streaming options and then you know in thirty days two weeks five days later after see she still listening to and then you might want to actually take a look at if you actually need to buy it in Jerry thank you so much for your kind words and thank you for being such a long time listener and for sharing me with all your family members and friends and because that's how you know we get more listeners here and if you have been told at least ten people about the camp commander show would be waiting on it on your social media right now and say I'm a Kim commando show fan you should be too and then go ahead and tag us that this way we know exactly who to thank let's talk about your identity you only have one you that hackers criminals and scammers would love to steal from you I'm talking about identity theft every two seconds there's another identity theft victim now this type of theft is different it often comes with devastating consequences we're talking about loss of savings destroyed credit being charged with a crime that you just didn't commit even being held responsible.
United's Kirby to take over for CEO Oscar Munoz
"United Airlines C. E. O. Oscar mon yo's is stepping down mon you always will become United's executive chairman he led the airline through a choppy period two years ago more yo's gave up his bonus after the forcible removal of a ticketed passenger led to widespread criticism procedures got in the way of what we know is right Monique was issued an apology is a turning point for all of us here United and SCO it's my responsibility my mission to make sure we all learn from this experience under Oscar Moneo United has reduced delays and cancellations and posted margins United president Jay Scott Kirby will replace ammonia was as C. E. O. Kirby was being considered for the top job at rival American Airlines I'm a Donahue
"sco" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"What is the timetable on the next leap here over the chasm of technology and maps? Well, you're gonna you're gonna see the hands off the wheel capability here starting next year. So that'll be that'll be the next leap manufacturers. I believe that BMW and dime more both have them in the wings, and I assume several others as well. But those are the two that I'm familiar with. I look forward to it. So all in all positive experience for you. Think that were close on the cusp of self driving cars. Yeah. It's gonna it's gonna take a few years, you know, for to roll out, but the technology is really impressive. I mean, it's you know the advanced cruise control keep you from running into something in front of you has been around for, for a while. But yeah, you know, staying in your lane is a big part of it, and particularly in a place like Chicago where, you know, on the Kennedy, you've got multiple lanes traffic patterns shift around a lot. And you've got on ramps in off-ramps. There's a lot more going on there. They think that I mean to me that was the biggest takeaway, it wasn't like are you freaked out by the fact that the guy next to you doesn't have his hands on the wheel. It's when you sit there and you're in a car that he's not, you know, got his hands on the wheel, and you're watching I was watching a laptop essentially of, you know, sort of all the things that basically vehicles, trying to look at just the lane configurations. Right. And you're looking at that, and you see a car, you know, we're in one of those situations where you've got an on ramp, and an offramp right next to each other. And so you've got crossing. Traffic in front of you. Nobody did anything crazy. It's just like a normal traffic pattern what you realize is how many things that you just don't think about going to driving. How many do you make as a human being our asking them machine to it? Yeah. Yeah. Just how much you process like you know how much work your brain is doing. And that's what they're trying to replicate with, you know, computer, code, and the guy in the back who, does this for living saying, yeah, they're currently there at this'll work in progress. They're building the brain for self driving cars, and that takes a lot of work. But you go. You think about how much goes into what everybody takes for granted and thinks is very simple process driving a car. Goes into it. I mean you just kinda sit back and go whoa. So I'll have my twelve year old gods on driving certain days, and traffic's really heavy because he's much more much more alert than I. Thank you, John. Nice meeting, you, sir. John plants from Crain's Chicago business. All right. So we mentioned this at the top of the are civil war days at Lakewood forest preserve the twenty nineteen addition will probably be the last one hosted by Lake County forest. Preserve the district president questioned the appropriateness of the annual event features civil Auriemma jobs, such as the confederate play John text message if the similar is all about safely's slavery, then why did the north give to keep their slaves, initially? Well, it wasn't an Ortho, border states in Lincoln had to do that, to have enough enough states behind him to preserve, even the semblance of the union, John, if they do away with confederate memorabilia, they should also get rid of the unions memorabilia, like the statue ABRAHAM LINCOLN. No, we won. And we weren't traders SCO to Jim, Jim welcome. WLS your thoughts on the sir. I've traveled all over the south, I've been in pretty much every state there is. And. I don't know. It just seems ridiculous. We're trying to scrub our history, it happened, if we forget about it, we're going to repeat it. That's an excellent point. That's an excellent point. That's why remember why it happened. We need to remember the people that were against it yet. There were a lot of people that wanted to keep slavery. Not everybody, and we need to remember why the war happened. If we get rid of all this stuff, we're not going to remember it. I think it's totally appropriate. Civil war reenactment, considering the fact that the union was saved and the emancipation, proclamation was signed in Lincoln waited till the right time to do that. You should read a biography of Lincoln, I recommend doors, Kern, Goodwin's presidential leadership goes into that a great length. So does team arrivals also Shelby Foote Mark welcome to double. Go ahead. Yes. Previous caller of the civil war was one of the greatest man and. And, you know in our nation's history, and it it's important that people. Learn about it and realized that terrible price this country paid to end slavery. It was a terrible price. And maybe if people knew more about it, they would feel different about the reenactments and about the whole issue. Absolutely right. Ten percent of the nation was involved as casualties in the civil war. Roughly Dave welcome wwl's here, turn go ahead, sir. I'm also a board member for different for this, or gotta figure out, help them that chair person this alleged authority. Straighten out those resolutions, this powers spread out amongst the board. It's number one, and number two is or chair would make a great actor in the in the series, parks and rec. Real. Well, I know there's a show that has been highly recommended to me parks, and rec has one of the great comedy shows the last generation or so I've seen a few episodes, who's the character, the conservative guy there. Right. Right. Funny. I I've seen a few. I think it's hysterically funny. I should probably looking for something to kind of binge watch. I should probably go back in and, and a check that out as well. Parks and rec I thank state much appreciate it. Let's go to George. George welcome to double the term. Hey John, like everybody else. I mean, this is absolutely manning about what the, the, the liberal agenda, trying to revise history or take away the things they don't like about it. And, you know, two points, number one, it'd be interesting if. Galaxy ran a poll, where people actually voted out which party wanted to continue with slavery, which was the reason for the civil war. You know, one of my kids is in a leafy, as you say, northern suburban high school up here is history. Teachers trying to tell them during the year here that the civil war was about oppression in my son and his buddies are like, are you kidding me? You don't even know what the civil war is about is about the ending of slavery. While it was really about oppression. And, you know, my son asked, and he goes, which party was it, by the way, yet wanted to continuously. I don't even think the average person could even answer that question which is even more sad in the watch. These people in power try to erase things that we shall be embarrassed about saying it didn't happen like everyone else. It's, it's insane. Prochet your call much appreciate it. Sir America, the only country that matters. If you want to experience other cultures use an atlas or ham radio name of that, actor, whose terrifically funny Nick, Nick Offerman, that's Nick off from it. I don't know the characters name. But every time I hear a single snip Nick Offerman from parks and rec is brings a smile to my face. Well the president thinks it's dirty. Nash, a dirty dirty dirty word. Using that word to me it's dirty word the word. Impeach dirty filthy. Disgusting word and it had.
"sco" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To but I would come in a second. You know, I would go play at street corner. If I was asked, which I actually I I can't reddening myself. But I'm going to go busking because I've never done. It busking is is the is when musician SCO opened a case on the street and play, you know, some kind of upscale malls, and outdoor malls and stuff you have to get a permit from the city, and you get a little area, and you can have a little app if you want, but I keep threatening to do it. I just feel weird about being well known. But it payroll, you know, it it where a lot of musicians early like, Ed Sheeran. You know, really, you know, John Mayer, you know, really kinda hold their thing. Because you know, you have to a get hol- get an audience by by literally just hold by by how what you what you're putting out, you know, just grab them and hold them. And it teaches you a lot about the physician. So I keep threatening to do it. But I don't know if I'll ever do it. We could find you a street fair or street fests somewhere in the city this summer, if you really want to come to town, we could make that happen. I'll bet you could. Well, you know, you never know. I'm I'm busy through most of until August after August one. I think I'm free, and it's whether hereafter August. Chicago. I'll go, I guess. Don't don't tell me this because you came to town did Chicago PD, and we were both at lollapalooza together. I didn't hear anything. Yeah. You know? I was so kind of between the job and the concert. I didn't even think, but I should've you're right. I wanna do Chicago PD. Again, you think I don't know, you know, it wasn't really necessarily written away. But there's such a cool group of people that and that I would do it in a second. I had a really nice, and and and perfectly there were no palooza and and got to to go every day. Perfect time. How great was lollapalooza. Yeah. It's pretty cool..
"sco" Discussed on The Russillo Show
"So I just we just both kinda knew that. I was just he'd never coached anybody quite like net that position Larry was a point guard. He was a SCO excuse me pass first point guard pass per second and third point guard into and that's what he knew. So when we finally got to the bottom of like who I am. And who he is like our relationship. Just flourished and sorta team. Yeah. I mean, it's kinda crazy here. This all not entirely surprising. I mean, I think it's frustrations with Iverson were beyond just play. It had a lot of lack of dedication to the team. But it was is there one conversation. You remember in particular, you're thinking, I don't know if I can play for this guy because as you say this. It's also crazy to think back of how much success this team had guys running these there awhile. So is there one that jumps out at you? Or your thinking, this may not work, despite yes, of course, also Larry takes over in those our fourth game, we go on on on the east coast knows Scooby west coast. We plan the clippers and it was fourth game. Coach enough sculpture me. And dude I had like twenty nine. Ten assists nine rebounds, some turnovers and almost like the shot to win the game. And we're celebrating run it through the huddle at Staples. A look back and Larry's like sickness hit and disgust. So I'm like what the hell. So I go back there like L yard what's up. Dude looks me. And my is right. Discussed it and says you have no idea how to play this position to me. Literally couldn't believe it. I was like I thought I had the best game. I thought it was amazing. There and told me that and I said right there. Oh, this this sitting at work like I thought I play great. And he thought up played terrible. So this is not gonna work. But again, we we took a step back watch film together. We just we really. Really poured into our relationship. You know, and I ended up like like you said most successful time in my career. Because I I would say I have looked going back to Kansas in San Antonio. And everybody knows basketball goes Leary's amazing. What happened like why do why do sometimes I'll include myself in that from the outside world, we go is this guy nuts, though. Like, why does he want to treat everybody? Why why is it always such a soap opera if he's so great? If every basketball person says, this guy's a genius. Why is it always so weird from the outside? I think that I think that you know, he's a great great coach. But you have to have the right? Not only personnel. But mentally you have to have the right guys in the right mental space to be able to deal with Larry. So for instance, when he did the USA team stuff the forty even start. I said there's no. Because you need you need. Larry you need like nine months ten months year to even figure Mary out. And you don't you're not afforded that kind of time. What you basketball and got all of those? And you got you know, you just don't have and luxury and shit, man. This is going to be a disaster. And that's me, nor how great of a coach ill be is. But when you when you have that big ego, and you feel like you wanna do away. And it'll be is, you know, he wants to do this way. Which is the coaches ways the right way for the most part, it's not gonna work. So you had that the Nick situation you have. So it just kinda depends. The reason why hours worked because we have our guys. No ego. Just wanted to put it together and win. You know, myself rip in she'd even she she Dow down to Larry like he was being Smith like we have willing participants..
"sco" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Zero three one WG Y a SCO. Harry county man has been sentenced to four to fifteen years in prison following his conviction for the stabbing death of a central bridge, man. Thirty one year old Kevin Hodgson's had claimed self defense during his trial which concluded in December. The jury found Hodgkin's guilty of manslaughter in the stabbing death of twenty nine year old Zachary George during an altercation in a church street apartment back in April of twenty eighteen. One point seven million vehicles being recalled because of their airbags, which might injure passengers the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued the recall of Takata airbags on Friday for cars made by a variety of manufacturers, including Subaru BMW tesla Volkswagen dime. Learn vans, Mercedes and Ferrari, the recall has been issued because the bags are prone to exploding due to age and the effects of heat and humidity when they've you explode the bags hurled shrapnel. What folks in the vehicle at least twenty three deaths and hundreds of injuries have been linked to these airbags. Visit NHTSA dot gov and enter your vehicle identification number to see if your car has been recalled, Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. The Warren county sheriff's office searching for a man who robbed the mobile on route nine n in lake George on Friday night. They say the man was tall with a slender build and was wearing a dark colored jacket jeans and a full face white mask. The suspect displayed a weapon and demanded cash from a clerk he fled on foot with several hundred dollars pictures of the suspect around the capital region. News page of WG, Y dot com. When the state legislature begins considering governor Cuomo's proposal to legalize recreational marijuana use Albany area democratic assemblywoman Pat bay he tells W G Y news. She asked concerns in some of those questions are with people between eighteen and twenty four who may experience different reactions to the drug the bottom line is we can't ignore. There is a different impact when you're talking about youth. And there is no doubt. We are seeing some very very troubling. Studies Fahey says she's concerned about studies that show that heavy marijuana usage is damaging to young brains. They he also cite statistics that say they show an increase in auto accidents when people who smoke marijuana and then get behind the wheel and drive. Thousands of teachers in Denver ready to strike starting tomorrow after negotiators walked out of talks last night. The teachers put out a statement saying they've been negotiating for fifteen months trying to improve teacher compensation conditions the salary system used for years expired last month, they want eight million more dollars than the school district is offering. They also disagree over. How compensation will be awarded in the future. The Westminster dog show gets underway. Monday at Madison Square Garden in New York to new dog breeds will make their debut this year, including the nature. Lonzo corker Honda and the grand Basset griffon van Dion, the cooker Honjo originates in the Netherlands and looks like a mix between an English Springer spaniel and cavalier king Charles spaniel the show as some three thousand dogs competing and runs February eleventh and twelfth Lisa g NBC, News Radio New York. WGN news time eight thirty five. Now WGN sports was.
"sco" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"He made several trips to think he went to Peru to have Iowa SCO, and he had had before in California and had a great experiences on it. So he's really excited to go to see a true Peruvian shaman. Yeah. This really authentic experience and had set it up with a guide, and you know, a bunch of people in along all these botanists and sociologists are going on. And he doesn't name the guy just called him. Don, Don, Pablo's something. But he said this guy was really well renowned. So he's looking forward to it. And he pulled out this brew. But he only gave everyone like a tiny shock loss amount. So immediately Ralph's like how much you normally have with the seemed to small and a dose to do anything. But he thought maybe it's a special. So he shots it back and nothing stops only fill anything at all. And it's like he gets a little bit of a buzz. He feels a bit strange. But that's it and everyone else in the group of westerners bicycling felt the same way they felt like that was a scam. And they'd pay the go a lot of money as well. So what they did is they organized to go and see a different shaman. They felt this guy must have been. Messing with us. He must have brooded incorrectly. Maybe he did it on purpose, and everyone they they go and see this all the shaman. And it's quite a good experience for everyone, except the Ralph why see Ralph starts feeling a little bit ought and he starts to get incredibly seek like he poisoning. He's having trouble standing up. He's sweating. He's dehydrated because he's throwing up all the time just like expelling bodily fluids constantly it got to the point where that to get a plane in and sent him to hospital, and he was in a wheelchair basically until they got him back home. And then you have to go to another hospital when he got back home to the US had he been poisoned. Maybe it was a bad brew. Well, after they spoke to the other shaman that they ended up going to see the Chamoun was like you went to Don Pablo. A you guys crazy. He's known for killing westerners with his spirit dots. That's all. And I eventually they figured out that. Because of the hierarchy in the culture. And like, I go for the Elda because Ralph was like the oldest guy in the group had gray hair. Looked like the oldest guy the elders usually the later. So if you take out the leader, you win the war the war against what westerns the thing. I can't figure out is what was the motivation of the shaman to try and kill Ralph midst. I don't understand. But anyway, he's convinced that he's had this insane like spirit dot, and he you know, he's he's going to die, and he ends up getting his blood tested back in in California. And the results come back in he had Benji favor the whole time. That's what I'm thinking. So that I lost that he walked key. It wasn't like it was a I don't know, obviously, he can't have time released, but maybe a delayed Khanna not the only see he's convinced that he didn't get skater. He's convinced spirit dot, but I'm not to thank you favor. But he claims once he started to recover from this, horrible illness. He was lying and he's bed. Still feeling very weak back in in San Francisco, and he looks over to the window sill beside his bed, and these these two little black nuns sitting on the windowsill like very alive, and very vivid and real and big like what I said inches like maybe four inches. Hot two of them right with black skin lock African little gnome dudes. And they communicate to him telepathically. Ville like sorry. You had such a bad time Amazon. Do a little bow and disappear. Any felt like it was the spirit of I ska saying sorry, you had a bad time with that. She had shaman but come back whenever you're ready. I guess, and that's the thing. I guess it would be Rogle writers. I mean, there are a rogue operators in any industry. And so, and this is why though I think you know, 'cause I've contemplated going actually doing an oil whilst ceremony. You have spoken to people. I've got friends that have actually done it. Now, a friend who is a Chinese medicine practitioner, who's traveled into the depths of the Zony in jungle to actually go and do this..
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"The big story is brought to you by SCO shy trade. There's a traitor and all of us. You don't have to live in Ontario to recognize what's happening to the environment here right now. This is nothing new in Canada or around the world, you know, the drill a new government. That's campaigned on the economy or jobs or tax cuts steps into office and regulations designed to protect the environment are often the first thing to go. We're going to put one that's going to respect the ties because we're going to put money back in the taxpayer's pocket. What is unique to Antero? However, or at least was you need is that the environment in Ontario has a voice in the halls of power for the past twenty five years. The office of the environmental Commissioner has reported to the legislature answered to the public and spoken for the province's animals and trees in December the independence of that office was eliminated with a single line in a larger Bill why in Ontario, and in so many other places? Are we casting off the rules? We put in place to govern the environment at a time. When research shows, we need them more than ever, what does that say about our state of mind as we entered the most critical year in history when it comes to combating climate change. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story Ontario is heading down a path that is very uncertain. We don't know what's going to happen. A year from now Fatima Siad is an investigative reporter with the national observer who has been digging into the huge impact. This little line item is going to have on the health of nature in this province. Let's start with you telling me about the moment that you learned the provincial government was neutering the office of the environment Commissioner, so the the government released its fall economic statement, which is kind of like a mini budget statement. So a rough outline of what they're gonna do in the months to come when it comes to sort of their investment into Ontario. And there was one line in that I think it was fifty seven pages one line in that fifty something booklet, and it was very technical. So we have to ask about it. But it said that the government is eliminating. All three out of nine watchdogs in Ontario, and the three of them were the child, advocacy, though, francophone affairs watchdog, and the environmental watchdog this news comes just a week in a bit after the environmental watchdog who is Diane sacks. And who's been in that position for almost three years now three to five years of her tenure she releases her annual climate report. Right. And in that she reveals that there is over eleven thousand tons of sewage in our water systems. So I look at this. And I'm like, I'm sorry. What? It was completely shocking because you know, government comes in Davor move cap and trade they start talking about, you know, removing all these environmental protections. They release a climate plan that barely has anything in it..