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Bud Light to launch hard seltzer lemonade as new rivals enter market
"Any of the new, hard sell, sirs may be a new lemonade flavor will get you interested. There is a new entry into the hard Seltzer wars. Anheuser Busch in bed is launching Bud Light Salter lemonade into the increasingly competitive category. Spiked seltzer. Sales surged 160% last year as beer consumption has declined recently, so companies are becoming more creative in the category. Y plot remains the leader with more than half the market share, followed by truly but the Bud Light brand has been gaining in popularity and Anheuser Busch InBev says the new Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade has done very well in taste tests.
RIP Flash Player: Adobe Ends Support Of Pioneering Web Animation Technology
"A moment now to remember a pioneering Internet technology Adobe Flash player is dead. Long live adobe Flash player. Hello. I like Rusty spoons. I like to touch them. Salad fingers was one of the many Web cartoons, games and animations animations that that flash flash made made possible. possible. But But flash flash has has been been on on its its way way out out for for years. years. Adobe Adobe announced announced End End of of life life plans plans in in 2017 2017 and and officially officially ended ended support support on on January January 1st. 1st. Don't be flash with the tool that reimagined the Web. Anesthesia. Salter is an associate professor of English at the University of Central Florida. She co wrote a book on Flash. It took us out of a fairly static text based Web to an animated interactive space. And really shapes. Ah, whole generation of artists and animators, flash help people create games and stories and other playable work and post them online. Those early animations may feel rudimentary compared to what you might see from, say, Pixar. But in the early two thousands people like Salter found flash. Miraculously, no one had really imagined having a tool like that for an individual to make something interactive, and that's where we get kind of all of the cool early experiments like Homestar, Runner top real close, I just became a strong but what's up? Can you play the guitar? Salter says people started to migrate away from flash around 2012. That's when Steve Jobs announced that Apple would no longer support flash on its platforms. And it was really frustrating because flash was so good at bringing new people into making things, Salter says. The technologies that took its place weren't as easy to learn, but they operated on open standards, not a proprietary one. So Web browsers adopted the new standards, and the adobe Flash player has now been laid to
Joy Williams and Unique Views of America
"Scott joins us now to talk about the latest in his series of essays. The americans tony. Thanks for being here. It's great to be here this time around you write about joy williams for those who are not familiar with her work. Who is joy. Williams joy williams is an american novelist and short story writer. She's still alive. She's in her seventies. She started publishing in the nineteen seventies. Her first novel was state of grace and she had kind of a loyal cult following in a profile of for a few years ago in the new york times magazine dan choice referred to her as a writers writers writer. I was going to bring that up. Which i think is a great phrase because she has a very passionate for. If you look at paperback editions of books you see a collection of big names. Don delillo herald broad key james. Salter all crazing. Her one of the things i discovered and actually wrote about in this as as that. She's a very difficult writer to pigeonhole or to classify. And i came into this piece to doing the reading for its thinking of her one way based on the reading that i'd done some for earlier novels stories and ended up with a different idea of her. I started out thinking of her. As kind of a realist. Almost in the in the sort of raymond carver or and beatty vein very close grain finally detailed reticent realism and ended up thinking of her something almost completely different sort of a fabulous surrealist magical or which he kind of writer okay. I'm gonna ask you all kinds of questions that i think. You don't wanna be asked to try to pin her down. There's a lot in here. I want to actually go first back to that original freeze you used writers writer but actually we'll just simplify it to a writer's writer because i think that is the kind of phrase that people use that to people who are writers baby mean something but that is kind of mysterious to non writers. What do we mean when we use that phrase. I've never really understood the phrase or particularly. Oh my god. And i think what it means. Is that if you think that writers read differently from the rest of us and our maybe more attuned to certain matters of craft and technique that the rest of us rush over. Let's say you know this is a caricature but most people we read for the plot we read for the characters we read for the emotions and maybe writers are looking at something different. They're looking at the brush strokes so to speak at the sentences at the rhythm on the sentence sentence level and i'm not sure that's true but it is true that within any profession there are people you know it's true of standup comedians or actors or filmmakers that there are some who have a special kind of respect from their peers that may be disproportionate to their renown or popularity or fame or a claim out in the world joy williams has won and been nominated for all the major awards and she's very well reviewed in her books stay in print so she has certainly a loyal readership. That isn't just writers. But i think there's something special about her and i think it has to do with her resistance to classification in a way that she's she's writing sentences at stories and characters and plots that are so unusual and that seem to result from kind of total inventiveness. I feel like having read just about all of the fictional msci's published in the last few months. I could say that. I feel like there's a kind of attention to words and sentences and developments within the story and the plot that keep you on the edge of your seat and at the edge of your attention throughout there are writers where you can kind of let your mind wander a little bit and coast a little bit in the okay. I know this passage of description is going to tell me something about the house. This okay these people are having this conversation now and and you could sort of skate already. Can't do that in a joy store. You have to be paying attention every moment because the terms of the fiction what the characters are thinking and feeling how they're relating to each other what is going to happen in the language from one sentence to the next whether it's going to be sad or mysterious or funny is going to change so you just have to keep your eyes on the road at your hand on the wheel the whole time
"salter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"You know the last night everybody was pointed last night as one more opportunity for trump to change the narrative and he just sort of enhanced the narrative well, because fundamentally he can't change who he is. I mean I think I think this doesn't as as we have all said here doesn't fundamentally alter the race I think if you are a lien or loose biden voter, I think these interactions are really important and they help. Move you to a place of being a firmer Biden voter and I think that both those town hall meetings started with. Corona virus questions and the depth of the former vice presidents answer and the concern for wearing masks and being socially distant and taking actions contrasted with this idea of of. Trump questioning the efficacy of wearing a mask? That's Kinda sums the whole thing up and the only way the only way trump changes. The trajectory of this election is to change fundamentally the view of him as president and quite frankly there there just aren't enough days left in his term to do that. There's another issue here in that's money salter. Did you could you ever Well, I, guess we out spent. You guys it pretty dramatically. Come to think of it Oh yeah. Maybe this is the sensitive point. I'm sorry I was going to wave you off of that but even But I wish the media consulting business rather well, no no shit look I'm looking at the spending for this week and it's prodigious. But the eyepopping thing was biden's numbers I don't have the spending the the raising in Spain, but he had like what? Four, hundred and sixty, two, million dollars on hand at the end of last month and you can see it in the spending I'm looking at the. Arizona he's spending he and affiliated groups spending about eight million dollars on the trump two-point five. Florida. Eight point seven for for for Biden in his groups for four point two for trump and then in some states in Michigan, trump is a bindis outspending trump four to one in Wisconsin Biden's outspending trump four to one I mean I don't think that as we point, a lot of people have made up their minds, but this can't help. No. I live in Maine to and the disparity here is stunning. You know it's it's it's you know I don't know what it is, but it's It's four to one there as well. It's forty one there's hey, we're on main what's going on up there in that Senate race you know it again you know there was a I think until about the middle of summer early summer there was a big disparity in an advertising in that race to Gideon was on the air for a year before you saw many calms ads and maybe she wasn't moving. Numbers or something and they felt they could hold off. You know it's it's hard to tell there hasn't been a lot of quality public polling up here. So I think it's getting has the advantage right now but I I wouldn't bet my house on an outcome or another, and I don't know who's going to win the presidential pair again, even less about in that district in that district and I mean. The furniture main will be a thirty point. But up here. In the only thing you got to go on her really stupidly what you're supposed to ignore yard signs and And I find myself doing that too you know my wife calls me every day at say if there's a new biden trump's sign and in our in our area up in in southwest Michigan I've got the long Republican for Biden, yard sign my yard appeared. Headed Republican singular because my wife no longer considers herself on. But if you're going by yard signs and you're going by size of yard signs, trump's going to win the second district on a walk. 'cause you know they're seal trump fan. On Yard, signs the in the yard tighter bigger than their house. Billboards trump trump would insist. To I don't know if other view seen it this morning but. You know I don't know if this is much of a closing argument for for Donald Trump but he's got a tweet out today attacking Susan Collins for for for as he says, a nasty rumor that she's going to vote. Against his Supreme Court nominee and saying that she's just not worth the trouble. So I I mean it's pretty stunning that eighteen days before an election a. Sitting Republican president attacks and endangered sitting Republican senator as a way to especially because it's not a rumor she said she was GonNa do I well. Would not support a nomination and also I I don't think that's I. think that'll probably help him. Yeah. No, she should have paid them to do that I just think it's a remarkable thing to watch you know what's become of you know a bit of a circular firing squad that isn't that y Republicans at you know mark you're right. This could help collins in a race up there. Her her her Cleveland, trump on cavenaugh and on impeachment is what has dragged her down in this as an opportunity to separate herself but in the main in this exactly why Republicans have been quiet because. He it's he shoots down anybody who has the temerity to displease him. It is. Now people are separating now I, forget who described. Oh, it's like animals for an earthquake it's time to move to higher ground. WHAT'S COMMON? How and Dino I? been around politics and politicians long enough not to get too worked up on guys being vase for not trying to avoid trouble and not being forthright and what they believe but. Now there's going to be a fight coming after this election hopefully of a battle between trump light trump without the crazy tweets and more conventional conservative reform message and. I'm hoping you know the guys are going to lead the fight. You know on more conventional side you know are starting to make some noise standing up and. We should talk about that a two things happened yesterday that were seemed meaningful one was. Chris Christie who was infected apparently while prepping the president for the first debate.
"salter" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"This episode of hacks on tap is sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, the global leader in supercomputing. Hey. pull up a chair attacks on tap with David Axelrod Robert Gibbs, and Mike Murphy. Denouncing ask about Cunanan it is this theory that. Democrats are a satanic pedophile ring and that you are the savior of that now, can you just once and for all state that that is? Completely, not true doesn't allow Q. on in its entirety. I know nothing about on I just tied Joe Very Leery told me. You tell me does it necessarily make fact I hate to say that I, know nothing about it. I do know they are very much against pedophilia they find it very hard but I know nothing about. Rondebosch DNA subject. So Robert Gibbs I think that Savannah Guthrie confuse the president by including in there that Cunanan thinks of him as a savior and I think he was seduced by that I had no doubt that if you had a bubble box, you could see his his answer beginning to change as soon as she entered that into the evidence he was like Oh savior that's that that has a nice ring to it. So you know big night last night dueling town halls. We've got the Great Mark Salter with us the off the author of a great new book. The luckiest man mark was Well. Everything to Senator John McCain, he was his collaborator he was his friend he was his staff staffer of, and now he's written a great book about Senator McCain and their journey together. We're going to talk about that a little bit later but mark What did you make of these town halls last night It seemed like kind of the campaign in Microcosm Yeah it's. It's sort of did nothing I think that changed the direction of the race it's or address what the fundamental problem is for trump that items appearances tend to contradict trump's attacks on his fitness and trump's appearances he seemed to reaffirm questions about his fitness and that was. Actually thought about for the crazy town excursions to Cunanan seal team six and usual whining about health unfairly being treated. I actually thought trump and dialed it back from eleven. The debates do about a seven last night, but it's he never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity as he saw the Cunanan question now you're right I mean the the one thing you'd say is he was less bombastic and less control than he was at the first debate, but he was pretty bombastic and out of control at that first debate. So he set the bar pretty low for himself robber. Yet no doubt I mean I think and I think we talked about this. Even when we thought the second full debate would be this town hall that the some behavior regulation had to kick in because you're taking questions from from real normal voters Obviously this started out a little bit more contentious with Acuna with him in Savannah Guthrie she was tough man she was I. Think you know look? I'm not saying that in a critical way. She was she was tenacious but but look this is also I mean it's a byproduct. It's. It's it is the central byproduct of the fact that when Donald, trump gets away from the force field of Fox News he's required to answer questions that he is never pressed on and that network you can spend fifty five minutes with Maria Bar Aroma or three hours with Fox and friends. You're never pressed on how much taxes you pay your never pressed on your last negative test for covert in a way that a normal reporter quite frankly required. It's just they just have so many questions they never be they don't have time to get to everything that's. That's what happens. Now I know but I thought. So definitely thought he was he was dialed down in relation to as you said, the the amped up performance of that debate I was struck and I know these aren't like look this isn't like a side by side of policy proposals but. Pretty remarkable asked a question on what you do on healthcare and how you'd fix the economy and literally, and neither of those two answers come up with one substantive policy idea for how to fix that other than we're going to build back better or build back stronger and is going to be a great economy and our healthcare is going to be really well run and it's not Just that I mean for five years, we've been hearing the healthcare answer. We're going to have a better healthcare plan. It's cheaper and protects everybody with existing conditions. Okay. POW five years man what you where where is it? Mark Win Senator McCain cast that fateful vote on healthcare One of his objections was it was out of order The other is I mean they're really There wasn't really a substantive replacement was there. That was his main objection to that he had campaigned before on repeal and replace they were just repealing repealing major portions of Obamacare and The Super Guy who just been diagnosed with terminal cancer. It was quite aware that he would have adequate health insurance to cover the providing the finest medical treatment. He could get and Now everybody did it would be a the shameful I. think he thought for him to take something away without replacing something the president was not happy about that. No no, he wasn't. He was the last of the reason. McCain was the last guy to vote was trump was on the phone talking to him in the hallway trying to trying to convince them to A. Now were you standing there when that happened where you rent now now believe it or not I had left the office. I thought he was going to vote against it, but he hadn't firmly made up his mind and he was going to be lobbied both by both sides about twenty more times will day was over I had gone home. My family was main. I'd gone back to our house in Alexandria. A dinner head a scotch and.
"salter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I'm Bob Salter joined by David Schoonmaker. David is the founder of Chalk in Social. That's chalk in C H a E L K i n Apostrophe social and the website is chalk in social dot com. We're going to find out what chalk and social is all about and we're gonna be talking about this. Some might say a lost art. Of communication, especially in the way that we're going to be talking about it. Some of you are thinking, Wait a minute. Lost art of communication isn't communication so much easier with all the devices? Well, hang on for a second. Hang on, because David's going to introduce an idea. Or two or three or more on that topic. It's nice first fall to have you join us on our program. Thank you so much, Bob. Appreciate it. Now we're gonna have some fun in this discussion and they're some serious areas to get into as well. But at the heart of this discussion is this idea that there are ways to communicate more effectively than most people are doing right now. And at the root of that is there's too much dependence on electronic devices. Is that right? Yes, there's no doubt they think there's too much dependence on for kids and adults. When you say that some people are going to say, Well, wait a minute. The technology's there Technologies greet. Well, why shouldn't we use it? No, You're absolutely right. And I think technology's amazing. There's great. You know ways to help an education with technology technology. Obviously, we're on it every day. There's plenty here in the studio that we're looking at today. I think it just needs to be Complemented Mohr with Mohr. Analog tools. That way, You could have your unique technology that people will use, but they're also needs to be some encouragement to have face to face discussions and not utilize technology. And the utilized of analog tools and printed materials and things and board games again and playing in the street football on whiffle ball and things that kids are doing these days because they're downloading their video games and sitting in their rooms. And you know what I mentioned? Parents are also you know, this generation of kids have parents who were you know, 20 years younger than me. I'm 49. So you have you know, a 29 year old mom with A 10 year old kid and She's on her. You know, I phone all the time as well. Go got instagram and seeing who's liking photos, so and all of a sudden now she's not having that in depth conversation. With her son or daughter. So what's happening is All of these conversations now between kids and adults or kids and adults, adults and adults, kids and kids, they get interrupted. So it's no different than Bob. You and I having this conversation and we're in an in depth, great discussion and someone walks right in between us and suddenly just says, Hey, I'm blocking this because I just sent this text that came through. So all of a sudden, mom says Hang on, I'll get back to you. You know, Phil, because I need to go ahead and review this text and then Mom's gone for five minutes and comes back and Phil's now watching and they never finished that conversation. That's the problem. So there's never that fulfillment. Of a conversation. You never really learn enough from it, And I think that's kind of conversation needs to have a start and, ah subject matter and then it needs to have a conclusion. And rarely, that conclusion ever happens because everything gets interrupted. And how many times do you go out? You know, in a previous discussion we had you mentioned the dinner table. You go out and start a discussion at a dinner table and ate people start interrupting. Everyone's checking their iPhones and you leave the dinner. So frustrated, saying, I don't know one thing about anyone at this table. I I'm frustrated. I just want to go home now and bring the two coolest people and actually get to know them. Find out what their life is What they're about who they are, and you know again, it's probably something with maturing. An aging and realizing that the time we have left, I want to spend it with people that helped me grow more. Help me, you know, nurture the things that I love where we have similar interests, because those are the people that who get together and make magical things happen. And those are the conversations that I'm trying to have now that I'm trying to help people like teachers, influence or students to do the same that, Hey, this is not time to use your iPhone in class Frances banning iPhones in elementary and middle school starting in September. I mean, it's just like it says this is not the United States. This is all over the world and with the removable chalkboard on the hat you condone any language can be written on a chuck and Social chart board. See, I have an instagram page. I have a Facebook page soon away. It's a bit contradictory to what I talk about, but at the same time I need those to promote the product. There's nothing Mohr Incredible than seeing somebody in Moscow, writing something in Russian on a chunk and social hat, which makes you realize Hey, my slogan is get the world talking by chalk and It is a reality, and I think it can happen. I was into allude to Lou Mexico and everyone's writing. You know, writing everyone writes in different language on the hat, and that was my goal from the get Go. So you know, I'm a one man show. I have volunteers who help me. I have family that helps male friends. That helped me But, you know, eventually, I'm hoping there's an opportunity with his different distribution centers throughout the world where everyone can utilize this an educational system and maybe people help me. Refined the product make it better suggest other line extensions because let's face it. It's not always just gonna be about a chalkboard I want I want other common. Encourage other companies to create an allied tools. I don't need to make money from it. I just want to say, Hey, you're creating great technologies. Create something that reminds that child Hey, you know what? Now take two hours off your iPhone, and we're gonna give you 10 points towards a video game at the end of the year. You know what make three new friends in class today? How about how about created out like there's something that Apple just created? I think it's called, uh, screen time. And I think parents can input when they shut the phone down. Why not create something that actually makes it more of a game? You know? Hey, Why not? Shut your shut your phone down for four hours. But tell somebody in class a story you've never told before. Raise your hand in class and share something. Meet the person next to you in class. Meet the person next to at the Yankee game when you're there. I mean, it's just You know, gives people sort of make it a game where they're learning because kids again they were born with an iPhone in their hands in this generation, so they don't understand that will think they're not doing anything wrong. The fact of the matter is, you know, depression rates are higher than ever. Suicide rates for teenagers is higher than ever. Loneliness is higher than ever. I mean, you know, if you ask people, 50% of our population will admit that they're shy. Because You know you have kids in the room all day on their phones. Then they go to school, and then you put bring him to Yankee game with 70,000 people and their hold on to their mom's leg like Oh, my God. There's so many, like, what do I do?.
"salter" Discussed on the memory palace
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"salter" Discussed on the memory palace
"States and situations. This is the Memory Palace a nightmare. Those days a man can really make it go things in Kansas. In so Oliver Kinsey packed up his family and headed West from Ohio. But eighty cheap good acres in the valley you can still get eighty acres back then in the eighteen seventies without it costing you an arm or a leg or your firstborn in his first born. A daughter named Dora went to the one room. Schoolhouse in the nearby town did well. Enough to go off to State College in Manhattan Kansas the Manhattan Kansas. In though she never graduated she took ill in her last semester. She did meet a fellow which was all a father could hope for for his dog. Quite a fella turned out. Name was Lewis Salter. He was the son of a former lieutenant governor and was college graduate. You manage not to get sick before the end. Had his mind set on becoming a lawyer just driven young man going places? First place was a little town called Goni. The newly incorporated settlement about five hundred souls. Good place for he and his bride to raise a family. Sep Hardware store did well and soon. His wife's parents moved to town to doors. Dad Helping up stores so Lewis would have time to read for the bar exam. Meanwhile Doro was becoming. A very model of proper woman did a homemaker caretaker to the young children in an officer in the local chapter of the women's Christian Temperance Union. Kansas was dry state. But they're in our area. The men folk were used to skirting the rules drinking fermented cider pool halls that had lately been popping up for just that purpose. The whole thing was unseemly in so with local elections coming around eighteen. Eighty seven the ladies of the chapter of the WCTC. You got together to decide on the candidates. They thought would help their cause men of character. You'd be willing to take a stand against moral turpitude. Did this every year but this election promised to be different because for the first time the women are Dona and in communities all around. Kansas would be able to vote. Jayhawk state was one of a handful. That gotta jump. On Women's suffrage endure entered temperance union sisters were determined to make it count on the night of the meaning. Something strange happened. Men showed up loud ones likely drunk ones two of them sitting in the back of the hall. The women knew instantly not just because everyone knew everyone in their tiny town. But these guys were two of the loudest of affection of rabble-rousers who didn't want these temperance buzzkill messing with their booze in their pocket. Billiards on that night. It was doors job to keep them quiet. The President of the chapter could make it so she had the gavel. All she could do is smack it down and try to keep them in check. Is they heckled in jeered in generally tried to intimidate the women into dropping their slate altogether but on that night doors gavel struck hard in rang true in the two interlopers loss patients in sculpt out the back but it wasn't long before they were holding a meeting of their own secret one twenty men in the back of a restaurant over a meal. What I'm just going to assume meet. And they came up with a scheme shirt to derail the plans of these prissy busybodies. So Election Day comes around and as was the norm and Kansas. At the time the board of electors which. I'm just picturing as one old man in a straw hat with a piece of meat between his teeth prints up the ballot and names. The candidates doors husband is their bright and early to vote before opening the hardware store just as he goes to check the box by his choice for mayor the same upright man. His Wife Organization supported Lewis. Salter shocked to find his wife's name right there as a candidate for mayor. What entire nation. This must be. Some sort of cruel joke wasn't wrong. Well Lewis Salter was befuddled and fuming the two men who showed up to troll the meaning Doris author who chaired robbing a good laugh. Not a high pitched girly teeing. I assure you something deep and Manley with the sound of a locomotive plowing through a herd of buffalo without losing lick speed because their plan was coming together. They had managed to sneak that high and mighty housewife on the ballot it. The temperance ladies sleet was dangerously reasonable. Made up a prominent man whose only real strike against them was the wrong headed hatred of heart cider so they figured if they put doors name on the ballot sheet split the vote the women of the W C t you would vote for her out of some dimwitted S- rural spirit thereby siphoning votes from the main male rival of the wets preferred candidate. Meanwhile no man in his right mind would vote. For Girl. Mayor Indus- their candidate edged his way to victory all while having the side benefit of humiliating. A woman in knocking this whole women's Christian temperance union down unnecessary pig. Dora's husband was furious her name was his name after all and here was that good name being demeaned in a mean spirited prank. He was being humiliated. He's only comfort. Was that it would all be over soon. His wife would make it clear that it wasn't her idea girl mayor please. She wouldn't even take the job we're offered she would lose in. Everyone would see this affair for the dastardly deed that it was. The whole nightmare would be over by the time he got home from work. Dora Salter became the first woman. Elected mayor in the history of the United States turns out while her husband was at the hardware store that day. The local Republican Party did its own math and realize that they were sunk in a three candidate race and they were outraged that their opponents had sunk two underhanded prank And so they went up to the house and they knocked on the door and asked if they can whip up the votes in her favor. Would she be willing to serve in? Teach those fellows who framed up this deal with finger to. Her husband was upset when he got home from the shop and found that his wife had agreed to be complicit in his humiliation but he changed his tune when he learns he won with more than two thirds of the vote and before too long he enjoyed telling people or at least was seen to appear to enjoy telling people that he was the husband of the mayor a phrase no American before him and ever uttered soon their mailbox was flooded with letters from all over the United States and beyond address to mayor door. Assaulter are Goania Kansas. She received congratulations from foreign dignitaries Lucia. She often had no idea which ones are what they were saying. As the letters were typically written in their native tongues she received the occasional bit of hate now but most of it was a few sieve in its praise for her and for this step toward equality. One woman from us. We New York wrote the dreams of my childhood. Have boomed in ripened into rich footage in the person of Mrs Salter and went on to thank her for throwing open the double doors toward higher civilization at long last the national head of the women's Christian Temperance Union extended enthusiastic congratulations and requested the door. Dora write a letter of inspiration to her sisters in the cause on her official may or letterhead but there was no budget for letterhead. In fact doors annual salary was a single dollar and she spent far more than that on postage as she returned fan mail. Meanwhile newspapers around the country magazines in Sweden pamphlets in South Africa debated whether a woman could even be a good there to some. Dora was a symbol of strength of can-do pioneer spirit. The very best of America embodied in the five foot two inch frame of a twenty-seven-year-old homemaker close to home the male editors of a number of cans and papers run their collective hands at what their state had rod. When it gave women the vote had they just ushered in an area of what they called petticoat rule when women would run rampant trampling on the freedoms enjoyed by men. But they needn't toward Dora. Salter didn't shake things up much during her tenure as mayor. There wasn't all that much to shake in the town of five hundred but moreover she knew that the eyes of the world has turned her way and she was determined to prove that there was nothing radical about female rule. A reporter from the New York Sun made the journey from Manhattan. The other one to see this ballyhooed mayor action. He found that action limited to presiding over a meeting of the town council during what she displayed admirable. Parliamentary skills kept digressions to minimum arguments and check even cracked a couple of good humored inappropriate jokes for their part the council councilmen. Of course some of whom had even been at the center of the Cabal that put your assault on the ballot to begin with behave respectfully according to the New York correspondent who wrote however that the men did bear the air of pupils putting up with the not particularly popular schoolmarm. He noted she voted down in attempt to lower the licensing fees for pool halls. She advocated for punishment for two local news who had been throwing rocks at the windows. Vacant House and then she gaveled the meeting closed and went home to take care of the kids in a win like that for the year of her term and that was that the town still stood to the surprise of some. It seems like she could have won another term but. She said she'd always wanted to take care of children in house and she was happy to have a bit more time for it. Besides as a paper from Manhattan road the Kansas One. This time she had done right by those who favored. Women's suffrage pointed out that there were surely many other women in Kansas is capable. She you could follow the model of door PSALTER. After she herself returned to her old life but before she did she was invited to speak at the state convention of suffragettes. She was treated like a star was doubtful. She felt like one pragmatic as she was especially with the bona fide celebrity there already Susan B. Anthony had come all the way to Kansas to keynote the convention but it was Anthony who lit up when she saw mayor Salter after all her years of fighting for the vote fighting to change the order of the world and make it safe for women in power. Here was a woman. Power right there in the flesh Susan B. Anthonys slap door assaulter on the shoulder and laughed when you look just like any other woman. Don't.
"salter" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Dress up anyway she said that she would take donations for any song anybody wanted to hear she said she will not do any gospel music matter what because she only does that in the church only do her secular RB stuff while she's in the bar so I go up and I hander five Bucks I mean I want up to the stage in I should do you did not nothing and she's she looked at me and cracked up she said I was I was in a section of thirteen years you know that I think I know that so she sang at just under control she's blown away blew me away what really blew me away she came out before anybody knew who she was before the show even started with a big big trays of red beans and rice and anybody they gotta pay the cover charge got to eat the red beans rice that she made a man or huge chunks of pork in their bank I was it was on the real news like you went to somebody's house for Sunday to and Irma fed everybody and nobody knew who it was I did she came out were like this up probably Esther pantsuit rag on her head she been working in the kitchen as it was before she came out with a band so what I stick that one under death bed memories I can see it is if I'm there right now you're on the edge Salter about music Friday that the is as a homeowner sometimes you're so busy you don't notice the little things that needed tending to things that if left unresolved will often lead to bigger problems take a look around your home may be showing signs of water infiltration from practice to peeling paint to rotted wood siding and wood trim your house may be dealing with problems deeper than just the surface contact.
5 Reformers on the Psalms
"This episode. Let's explore five reformers on the soames will start and end with very familiar reformers and in between who knows. Maybe we'll talk about someone you don't know I is. Martin Luther Luther like all of these reformers loved the psalms. Luther set up habit of reading the psalms through in about three weeks and that was a habit. He kept up all of his adult life early on in his career. As a reformer he published his work on the psalms in fifteen eighteen and again in fifteen nineteen and that set a trajectory for the reformers to publish commentaries on the Psalms. So first pride of place goes to Martin. Luther next up is Lutheran Pastor Yohannes Buchen Haagen in fifteen twenty four. He published a Latin commentary on the Psalms. This was a massive work and set the stage for many of the commentaries. That would follow in fact. It was so influential in its Latin texts. That a publisher convinced. Martin Boozer and now. Here's our third reformer on the psalms convinced Martin Bucer to translate this Latin commentary into the German and he did well before we leave. Bougie Haugen talk about boots. Or however let's hear what Bogin Haagen has to say about just psalm one he says therefore in this psalm you have all of the scope of all of holy scripture. He goes on to say every song is about Christ and ultimately every song has something to say directly to the church. Well that's Bougie Haagen as we already mentioned boots are translated. Buchen Huggins commentary into the German. Fifteen twenty five. There's an old Latin expression translator trader. And that's exactly what Buchen Huggins thought of Martin bucer translation. It was not just a translation he he took many liberties and an essence was publishing his own commentary. Well that led to boots or publishing was in fact his own original commentary in fifteen twenty nine and curiously. He published it in Latin. It was a huge volume but despite its heft it went through five editions in the Latin. It went through two editions in French and it even made it into the English. So influential was bouterse commentary on the Psalms that it actually impacted the French Salter and the English psalter which then went into the English Bible. Curiously enough boots are published it under a false name presenting himself as a French humanist scholar from Leon well harassment's great human scholar. Erasmus discovered. It was actually bucer and the JIG was up. Well that's three out of four next comes. A reformer you might not have heard before we'll famous Musculus. He was a reformer and scholastic tradition. He was a benedictine monk in fifteen eighteen reading luther. He was converted. He then went to Strasbourg. Studied under Martin boots or he was dispatched to Augsburg. He wrote many books. Among his books are eight commentaries on the Old Testament including his commentary on the Psalms Musculus. Well that leads us to our fifth and final reformer that is Calvin. He published his commentary on the Psalms in fifteen fifty seven and among other things. He says in his preface to the psalms. He extols the virtues of the psalms. Here's what Calvin has to say. There is no other book in which there is to be found more express and magnificent commendations both of the unparalleled liberality of God towards his church and of all of God's Works. There is no other book in which there is recorded so many deliverance -is nor one in which the evidences and experiences of the fatherly providence and solicitude which God exercises towards us are celebrated with such splendor of diction and yet with strict adherence to truth short. There is no other book in which we are more perfectly taught the right manner of praising God. Well that's Calvin one of five reformers on the
Designer Scales Personalized Wedding Products to $1M+
"My name is kristen. Berry Mr Morris I live in New York City my business side hustle is Miss Design Berry and I was on episode one seven eight. Miss Design Berry is an ECOMMERCE shop. We specialize in custom illustration pieces for weddings and other big events. I graduated and moved to New York in two thousand eleven and I was working in advertising and even though I was making good money I still needed extra money and I had gone to school for design and illustration so I just started an se shop. Dan started doing it on the side after work and slowly slowly grew it and then in two thousand fifteen. When I ended up leaving my fulltime job to run missed designed very fulltime. Since I was last on the show I ended up working with a business coach for about eighteen months and he helped me actually really changed our pricing model in the wing. Interact with our clients. One of my goals was to move. All of our business off of betsy took us about one year and we did end up doing that. We sell to a smaller group of clientele now with a much higher average order value. So as of Tony. Nineteen or revenue was still about one million and so this year will probably grow about twenty percent the on that we are launching a second brand children's brand later this spring which makes kind of sense. It's the logical next step because the next thing for our clients get married and they start their own families. You'll be doing lots of stuff for sort of a first child in new families and then the last update is that I have started doing some consulting work as well or other small businesses. Who are looking to move from a primarily ESI focused business to their own website as well so I have launched my own website and we'll be launching an online course for that later this year. If you are a small creative business at a really wonderful things to start you're able to get sort of built in traffic. You can test out products and really see what the market wants. And what's maybe not so popular and you're able to get a lot of feedback from clients and really kind of figure out where you're putting years and what you ultimately want to be selling for us. We reached a certain point where there was a lot of competition who were fiercely just ripping us off We were paying an insane amount in fees yearly for SC and was Changing a lot of their their logistics in the way that they ran thing so what had worked for us for several years in terms of advertising in that sort of stuff had really started to become a lot more expensive and we read a point where we kind of knew what are we knew. target Intel was and. We felt like we were ready to move off the platform. And just have a bit more freedom. I think for anyone who's looking to sell art or illustration design some kind of something under that umbrella. Online it really is helpful today to have a very specialized niche because the more specific you can be in what you're selling and who you're targeting. There's a lot out there. There's a Lotta competition and if you're trying to blanket and you know sell to everyone salter no one and for us we've realized we've gotten more and more and more specialized as the years go on and that's only helped us grow which sometimes it can seem like that doesn't make sense that it really does one really special component that we've kind of added into our business model is we have partnered with a dog. Charity called the Beagle Freedom Project and a portion of all of our sales now. Goes directly them. it's something. I'm really passionate about dogs and rescue organizations. And so that's been like a goal for me ever since I started my business. So I'm really happy. Now that We're able to really give back to them through our business and all the clients that raval to service. Thank you kristen very much. Appreciate those updates and advice. Let's talk about for a moment before I wrap it up. You know it's it's not just about the listing and sales fees and thinking about this because I often mentioned how sometimes people who sell on the end up getting frustrated and going on to do their own thing. You know setting up their own websites. They're not dependent on that platform which is a good thing to do. But I think it's not just. The listing entails piece. It's also about this advertising arms race to where you know to be successful especially in a competitive market. You don't just pay the basic commission. You almost have to pay these increasing advertising costs and we see this with facebook as well. You know businesses that are built on facebook. Ads sometimes ended up in an industry which is super competitive. You'd have to keep spending and spending and spending and so fortunately Christian has found a way to essentially exit the arms race. So good for
Motel Converted Into Quarantine Site Sparks Controversy
"In another suburb about twenty miles away a motel is being converted into a quarantine centre and as NPR's Leila Fadel reports the move has infuriated the community and then there my name is Jessica and I were get res beans the coffee stands near the quarantines hates when Jessica Salter says near the site she means directly across the busy street from what was an externalized motel until a few days ago the yellow and red sign that dominated her views from the drive up window at the coffee stand is
"salter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Yes it is Sunday border guards good morning everybody this Bob Salter missed makeovers always a pleasure to see you know what they always say and you've heard this expression timing is everything in here I make this appearance on on a Sunday morning and I haven't been on the shift in quite a long time and it's it's the timing is right it is a good thing then I'm here to monitor this program and actually officiate this program because this is the busiest program in the history of the empire and I how long have you been here doing this you don't know that I'm shocked that you we started your twenty six of this program January second of this year that's right we had the fully catered party at their life I miss that yes thank you to the program but that's exactly right but put it on here to monitor everything and they got off to a a little bit of a slow start from a little bit disappointed might you know contribution but I'm sure things will pick up here listen this is going to be a very busy show and this is something that topic wise is going to cover a lot of different areas because we're gonna be talking about a a you and talking about some of the interesting initiatives that a a U. has become involved in including talking about the urban initiative program we have a plethora of guests who are joining us in the course of our program too I'm very pleased as well on the Sunday morning because this doesn't happen often enough with this program as far as I'm concerned that we start off for program with guests were actually in studio with us this morning starting this portion of the program in studio Joe Mercer who is CFO national treasurer of a a you first was nice to have you would join us on our our program Joe and I read fact as I understand you actually had flown in normally were in Chicago Illinois that's correct the welcome to this part of the country thank you for having me are we gonna get you look closer that microphone thank you okay Jim fox who is governor with a a you New York Jim this morning join this morning and your many whose registrar with AAU New York good morning thanks for having us nice to have you join us as well there's so many different areas to go in the discussion we're talking with before we started this portion of the program this to mention other guests can join us in studio and by phone over the course of the next couple of hours of our program I say Hey eight a you or a a U. sports do most people have a clue as to exactly what that covers I don't think so to start off of the list this is a little bit about the history of the a year with a you was created in eighteen hundred eighty eight right here in New York City at the New York athletic club so our history is from New York City it was created for a New York athletic club to be able to compete against the Chicago university club the Philadelphia club Boston all the different clubs well they have programming within and competition within their system ecosystem they weren't participating against other cities so the eighty you was created initially to have that available to them over the years the A. you came to represent most amateur sports throughout the United States and until nineteen seventy eight we represented the United States and several sports for the Olympic committee in nineteen seventy eight we divest ourselves from our Olympic sports and we became a grassroots based program where we serve on an annual basis so we have about seven hundred and fifty to a hundred thousand members with a hundred fifty thousand volunteer base across the United States are programs have forty two different sports administrators from all levels from beginning level from the to the elite to the continuing level of programming so it's quite a broad quite a large quite ill open quite a phenomenal program that I think that we have across the whole United States in every state and every territory and part of the work of a a U. involves partnering with communities this is a program the three five embarked on several years ago about five years ago of a whole our whole world fall pattern was that we in in our opinion one one of the best amateur sports programs in the country but when we visit a community we bring events to the community we look at the community we come in there we say it's a great place to run a championships are athletes come they participate they leave this the commissioner visitors bureau was happy hotels are happy restaurants are happy bars are happy but when we leave nobody really knows if we were here except those people so part of our thought was we need to be giving back to the community we need to do something that says Hey we were here make an impact on the community so several years back we embarked on several different projects one of them which I'm very is for the involved with which is called the urban and the county initiative where we bring together the youth of the community in a very safe environment for them to participate in sports and we do this in cooperation in actually in partnership with community organizations law enforcement faith based organizations city and Mr pallavi of government government organizations so we were here to create relationships and not only just between the age you and these agencies in these organizations but to help develop relationships between the youth of the community the under published underserved youth in the community and the US and the community it's our it's it's it's our common ground it's the bonds that thread through through through which we can basically have these people come and join us sports which is what we offer how successful has that been very successful very successful it takes it takes effort to get this rolling to get it to get the initial inertia to get the initial inertia but once once the community sees the programs and once the for the organizations that are involved with us once they see how effective and how engaging this is for the community they come on board one hundred percent in a wellness the such a hundred percent as they come onboard very strongly with that state they kind of take on a life of their own once we get them going Joe sand we started up in Albany I took the program down into Brooklyn in your not a great area and work with the police department and the first program we got going was actually flag football because that was where does it say low hanging fruit it was easily get going and wasn't a lot involved we needed a field you don't have to get a gym or anything right and it works really well now what we're in Brooklyn was Brooklyn office okay all the precincts and Brooklyn off so it so it worked really well we started with sixteens halfway into it the we have so many kids by the time we started up the second season each precinct had their own team so we have twelve teams in Brooklyn north then it went into basketball or actually starting a third basketball season in March and everything just moves on from the next person of one of the people we work with they have moved into community affairs so now he's taking us into queens and we're gonna be starting a soccer program in queens working with them hopefully coming up in April and while I was there we met with people just accidentally with the American clergy leadership conference I had a meeting with them and in my meeting with them now I was trying to explain to them the programs and someone was there and they said I was at one of the things in Brooklyn at mail I really don't know about it and they gave us a home rousing okay to get going from there we've of a program starting up in March and Los Angeles working with the now the program that we're trying to get started and South Carolina so we're trying to you know broaden our horizons a move out and that no it's not just a New York program it's taken on a life of its own through communicating with different people this idea of the of there being this interaction I want to use the word and correct me if I'm incorrect using this almost a partnership between cops and kids what is that like what's the what's the reaction to that is great hi I was on I I I was in my first career was in federal law enforcement and quite frankly the you know I was in those areas where we're in now in another capacity now I see the police offices serving as coaches as referees and with kids and they both both the kids and the police officers get to know each other on a much deeper and and more friendly and more of an understanding of each other and I think that goes so much to you know community policing but what the what the leadership in in Brooklyn north NYPD has done is they've created great communication and great a great understanding this take goes so much further than sports what is the vehicle right so if that's the case you can kind of build on that kind of partnership in the stab wishing that connection could that lead to other things in a positive fashion absolutely you know I I look at it and if a police officer you know say a young a young teenager season please so he's not going to maybe see him as the enemy or some kind of thing a my seem as maybe I know him maybe violence Inc disruption can be avoided maybe some his wife could be sold says save excellent all right we'll take a pause in our discussion few messages must make goes updates get back into our discussion as well as we continue this Sunday morning how does one three.
The Shortest War in History
"Anglo signs above all the Woolworth's four as a military conflict between the United Kingdom on Zanzibar Sorta on twenty seven August eighteen ninety six. The conflict lasted between thirty to forty five minutes making it the shortest what is recorded war in history. The immediate coast. The wool was the death of the pro. British Sultan Hamad bin to me on the twenty fifth of August eighteen. Eighteen Ninety six on subsequent secession of Sautin Khalid bin Gosh. British authorities preferred Ahmad Bin Muhammad. Hamad who is more favorable to proceed interest as salter in accordance with the treaty signed in one thousand nine hundred six a condition for attention to this alternate wisdom candidate obtained permission the British Council and could lead had not fulfilled about requirement Britches considered this causes belly incentive took him to Cali demanding that the orders forces to stand down and leaked policy in response Calico up his palace guards on barricaded Adams off into the Polish ultimatum. Expired at nine hundred hours east are Qatar on twenty. Four twenty seven Volgas by which the British covered three cruisers to Gumbo hundred fifty marines and sites and nine hundred tons of barriers in the Halbe Oughta area the royal naval contingent was combined. The Real Admiral Harry Rosen on the pro Anglo sounds of Bari were commanded by brigadier the General. Lloyd Mathews of Designs Army. He was also the first minister. Sons Bob around chief thousand eight hundred Sabbari's defending the police. Most were recruited from civil population. They also include the Salton Policy Guard and several hundred servants and slaves defendants taught. Several military. Are Pieces machine guns which were set in French. Police cited on the British ships. Bombardment opened fire knowing how to set a pass on flat. Disabled the defendant auditory a small naval action took place with the British cinquieme Zanzibari reward your hate hate s Glasgow into similar vessels and some shots were fired ineffectively the purchase ends Bari troops as they approached the potus notice. The flag at the policy shop down and fire ceased at nine forty four sustained roughly five hundred casualties with only when British cellular So to college received asylum in German consulate before escaping German east Africa which is in the mainland Pau halt present day Tanzania Bush's quickly placed Salton not in power at the head of the puppet government Walmart the end that his bosso tonight as a sovereign state and the start of the period of heavy British influence. Sons Ball was violent country in the Indian Ian Ocean off the coast of tiny today which form parts of Tanzania the main island beat under normal control the Sultan of Oman sixty nine when they expelled. The Portuguese settlers claimed it in fourteen. Ninety nine so tom you've been declared the island independent of Amman in Eighteen fifty-eight which is recognized by Great Britain and spent the cell to that from that of a lamb. Bog has been the second soaked collapse. Father had been forced by British ultimatum. A threat to blockade okay to voice. The slave trade in June eighteen. Seventy three those later discovered the instructions from London would have prohibited aggressive action being taken me too late if the automation had been rejected the subsequent starfish that capital and seat of government sons about town where policy complex was built on the front by eighteen. Ninety six this consistent policies self the unattached Harim on the better by job. House of Wendy's a ceremonial policies. Be the first building in the East Africa to find electric to the complex flex was mostly constructive of local timber. There was not designed as defensive structure. All three main buildings were adjacent to one another in a line and linked bog log. Wooden covered bridges above street heights written had recognized the sovereignty and sultan in eighteen eighty six after a long period fron. The interaction in January maintain good relations with the country and it so turns however Germany was also interested needed east Africa and the two powers for control over trade rights on the territory in the area throughout the late nineteenth century. Sultan Khalifa at granted rights landed Kenya to Britain. And that's Taneeka to Germany. A process resulting. In the Prohibition of slavery in those loans on so many of the Arabs ruling classes will accept by the interruption divine trait which results in seven in addition the German authorities overseas in Taneeka refused to fly. The flag is under bar which led to on clashes seen German cheaters on the local population one. Such conflict in Tanga claimed the lives at twenty hours so typically fastened sounds Bari troops led by Brigadier General Lord Matthews the the former Latin the Royal Navy to restore order in Taneeka operation was largely successful the anti German feeding Sabari people remain strong. Further conflicts erupted at Bega may up one hundred fifty natives killed by German military forces. All SES Cat wets where German officials as servants would moded Khalifa. Them grunted extensive try rights to the imperial. They were British Engineering Company. A German assistance run a naval blockade to hold the continuing domestic slave trade upon Khalifa. Leave his death in. Eighteen ninety out been sad ascended to so to so to Ali domestic slave trade but not slave ownership declared signs a ball Bush's protect your an appointed. Lloyd Mathews First Minister to lead his cabinet. Britches will also guaranteed a veto detail of the future. Appointment of Sautin's the year of Alyssa session also saw disarmament Egeland Zanzibar treaty between Britain tune in Germany. This treaty efficient efficiency the marketed the spheres of interest in east Africa and they see the gym writes support to the United Kingdom. This granted the British government Evenson sums above which they intended to use to eradicate the slave trade and that an object to they had how'd as early as eighteen o four so obvious successor was her not told me he became salt in eighteen. Ninety three hammock maintain a close relationship with the British but that was the sentiment his subjects of the increase in riches control of the country. The british-led Army in operation of the venue voluble train to control. Oh descent the British authorities authorized the sultan to raise the bar policy. Kabbadi Carter thousands of men but these treats was soon involved in clashes with the purchased leads. Police complaints about the Baltic calls activities will also receive from European residents in Zanzibar town so awesome Sultan Hamad died suddenly at eleven forty East African time on the twenty fifth bowl. 1896 is twenty nine year Rhode Nephew Khalid Bin Burger Gash was also expected by some of his assassination moved into the complex Zanzibar time without the British approval in contravention of the treaty. Agreed Volley the British government preferred. It'll turn to come there about Bin. Muhammad which more favorably disposed towards them colleague was wound by the Council and diplomatic agents on Ball Basil K.. General Matthews to think Catholic about his actions. This course of action had proved successful three years earlier when Khalid had tried to claim the suit now after the death of Ali and the British Consul General Renou right have displayed to them of the dangers of such action colleague nor caves warning and his forces mastering in the Palace Square under combined Captain Saleh of the bodyguard by the end of the day. A number two thousand eight hundred men onto rifles muskets the majority. RT civilian civilians. The force included seven hundred. Son's bar scurry soldiers who sided with the Celtics artillery which consists is a several maxim machine. Guns gutting good a seventeenth century bronze kind of and two twelve pounder field. Guns were aimed at the British ships in the harbour. The twelve pounders had been presented by Sorta by William Will Hound the second the German emperor the Sultan Straits shapes also took possession Zanzibari Navy which consists of wooden sleep. 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"salter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Seed in the NFC I'm Anthony Salter long Serbia's former NFL general manager Mike Tannenbaum this is football frenzy on ESPN radio the ESPN app and Sirius channel lady present about progressive insurance all callers be the shell pencil performance line the forty Niners as you just heard the update ten nothing now over Seattle early in the second quarter affect the quarter just started Jimmy awful per perfect seven for seven eighty eight yards thus far redeem most third three carries twenty four yards and if you're wondering March on Lynch is active to Kerry's seven yards for the newly signed former and now current Seattle Seahawks the NFC playoff picture is not like the AFC playoff picture which means it's not set we're waiting on the results of tonight's game to know where teams are headed the New Orleans Saints as of right now are the number two seed and they are root rooting for the Seattle Seahawks come back because if the Seahawks beat the forty Niners they'll clinch the NFC west what will be the number three seed meaning that the saints will be the number two seed and have a buy in the wild card round this saints Mike Tannenbaum committed just eight turnovers all season that's the fewest in league history the previous center for record of ten we sell by the twenty ten New England Patriots and the twenty eleven San Francisco forty Niners regardless of what happens tonight or let's say the forty Niners hold on and beat the Seahawks and again they're up ten nothing early second quarter are the St still the team to beat the NFC I think so what's really remarkable about that stat if any is five in doctor breeze I know how hard it is to get a quarterback let alone to change have three that would take some hill that have a historically low amount of turnovers and to do it with teddy Bridgewater playing five games hats off to Sean Payton and those players that's really an incredible job that team you think about it the last couple of years that team went to Minnesota had the Vikings Pete they were done and then of course the Stefon Diggs touchdowns at the end of the game the Minnesota miracle that eliminates the saints last year the saints are hosting the rams in the NFC championship game and have the rams beat and of course with all the new cal Roby Coleman non pass interference call sets the rams off the gold overtime to reach those interception saints was another heartbreaker for that seem to go back to the playoffs following two absolutely heartbreaking devastating losses in the playoffs Mike is very impressive drew Brees what is three and the same times one day juries following the game says he's tired of hearing that they're only good at home a lot of people talk about the Superdome in and and obviously talk about us being a dorm team and you.
Student Suing Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity At Texas State After Attack Caught On Camera
"Texas state this is kind of interesting there's a Texas state student who is gonna sue a fraternity of Phi Kappa Phi for an attack the cost of brain injury this is kind of sad because unfortunately down on this campus this kind of stuff has been going on for the past few years the reason I know that is because my daughter was a senator down there it's kind of been facing this stuff on and off the story basically goes in a lawsuit claims that a student was tackled and beaten unconscious in an incident that was actually caught on camera you know there are cameras everywhere we do we live in a world surveillance now yeah I mean you can pretty much are I assume that everything I do on the internet somebody can tap in some way and wherever I'm walking whatever I'm doing somebody's watching there's a record of it somewhere yeah right I'm where yeah and yet they're still knuckle heads out there who think they're gonna get away with stuff well it's college it's a different mentality in golf trying to think of it they're in college they got to have some breaking yeah well it think about all the things back we're inside that's a good thing cameras were not around right goodness all right so anyway the he was just walking down the street and this would turn the this group of guys jumped because of his ethnicity well that should be an easy case to prove that I would think yeah unfortunately guy lives right next to the fraternity so he he has to deal with them all the time but it's a very sad story the lawsuit filed on behalf of the Texas state university student alleges members of the Texas state Phi Kappa Phi fraternity assaulted the student back in October leaving him with a fractured skull and dramatic brain injury the suit filed Thursday in Travis county District Court against the fraternities I kept the five national chapter that at least three individuals of the fraternity caught on camera doing this while and it's not like there's some kind of hazing this was just a flat Salter dog because
Report finds many free dating apps don't screen for sex offenders
"Like it Colleen o'brien talked with a journalist with a pro publica about an investigation into dating apps his name is Keith cousins and he reported this from Columbia's graduate journalism program this fall reports is going to air tomorrow on cells morning is with Colleen o'brien and it is our I have sort of shocking dad's dating companies could do some things to make the apps safer they won't it wouldn't cost them that much money to screen for sexual predators but they don't this reporter says it's the holding companies are responsible for we really measure them against their own public promises as well as kind of the statement they're making in their terms of service the kind of right off the bat in those terms of service they state that their any user is not supposed to be a registered sex offender they're not supposed to be a felon also they stayed at all well the it's like a gun free zone away all the time right not right now the three apps don't screen at all match group is not extended that same promise on that same safety protection to users of its free platforms like tender like okay Cupid like plenty of fish there are no sex offender screenings and one woman then Kerry continued searching for this man who assaulted her on the she wanted the reporters profile to protect other when it really kind of when you put the responsibility on the answer I think it's really burdensome I think for Kerry she finally had to kind of give up on on trying to track it because that it wears her down and your constantly searching for the face of the person that really harmed you so get this full interviews important it's such tomorrow morning in Seattle's morning news calling a Brian so that you can also get the podcast tomorrow this the the reporter here Keith cousins mentions this woman Kerry trying to track a guide to Salter and understands candy that you these companies they just say Hey you might have to use a fake name on our app right they say are for women especially protect yourself don't
"salter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A woman out of the car Salter and drove off with the vehicle a short time later that car crash at the intersection of Washington Street and Broad Street just over a mile away across from the Weymouth line the man is in custody is identity not been released yet the woman was taken to the hospital suffering from minor injuries Braintree police are investigating that incident there may be a breakthrough in finding a possible cause of those vaping related illnesses and deaths we get more from ABC's Acree quiche for the first time federal officials have identified vitamin E. acetate as a possible cause of the deadly outbreak that is claimed thirty nine lives across twenty four states and the district of Columbia it's also sick in more than two thousand people the possible breakthrough comes after the CDC found the compound in all twenty nine samples taken thus far from people who got sick the report does not rule out the possibility that other substances are flavors may be causing the long illnesses related to vaping lawyer who died after chemical incident a buffalo wild wings restaurant in Burlington has been identified as thirty two year old Ryan ball dera of warrants WBZ TV is Christina rex tells us what happened friends and the Burlington fire chief say Ryan bold there I had as much but still he focused on getting everyone else out of the restaurant before he ran back in workers visit a quiet buffalo wild wings the day after their general manager was killed in a freak chemical accident the fire chief says an employee used super eight to clean the floor then added scale clean mixing bleach with acid causing a toxic reaction that send fourteen people to the hospital.
How the Syria deal between Turkey and Russia will work
"And welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me Andrew Muller it is difficult to conjure a grammar prospect than having in your future decided on an agreement between Turkish President Richard Type One and Russian President Vladimir Putin such however is exactly the outlook facing the key words in the area of northern Syria they had come to Coleridge Uva and who until very recently considered themselves rock-solid allies off and perhaps therefore protected by the United States Turkey and Russia have agreed to what they call oversee what they call a withdrawal of Kurdish forces the Kurds IC- matters differently I'm joined by Paul Rogers a professor of peace studies at Bradford University who has written extensively on the war in Syria and Hannah Lucinda Smith Istanbul respondent for the Times how in Istanbul first of all what do we know about how Russia and Turkey expect this deal to work because on the face of it it would seem to require an amount of cooperation from the Kurds good morning well yeah I think the first thing that we should say about the deal that was struck in Saudi last night this is hugely more details than either of the deals struck between Turkey and the US previously on the safe zone finds exactly where the safe zone is going to be how exactly it's going to be patrolled in court Rodney as you say most of those areas is going to be cleared of Kurdish fighters guide to be patrolled either by acids and Russian forces or also with Turkish forces as well joint patrols now of course this completely relies on on the Kurds agreeing to this agreeing to withdraw from his areas but quite frankly they don't really have much other choices they turned to ask that assu weeks ago when Turkey I launches assault there was a military memorandum of understanding signed between the two sides that point and to be honest they really hunger and yet the cause to play it's difficult see how they have any leeway to oppose this agreement just to follow that up is clear then at least on the in terms of this agreement where they intend or expect the Kurds to go now all we know is that they're going to be goes out of an area generally ten kilometers along the border apart from certain towns also from the towns of manage and tell Ra fats to the west of the area and everyone is going to be pulled back thirty clumps away from that border now obviously that's a small sex Shen in in kind of pure land mass terms of what the the Kurdish dominated forces controlled in Syria but it does also include almost all of their main towns this is the commish that factor capital falls outside of this arrangement it's unclear exactly in the long term how that's going to be trolled. The moment is a mixture of Kurdish regime fighters but all the other towns on the border that's where the huge bulk of the population in Syria Lebanon redan clear at that at this point where if they choose lead times they civilians are going to go Bring Paul Rogers in at this point Paul how do you expect this to play out because it would appear that militarily at least the the military wing of the Syrian democratic forces the white PG they don't really have any options Jackie and Russia both huge well-equipped military's the Kurds have very little heavy weaponry they certainly don't have an air force will they make any attempt at all do you imagine to defend what they have I think is unlikely that they will do any defense in the conventional sense in the slightly longer term may be the equivalent of of Salter Grid warfare but in the short term degree very much that they're in a very weak position I think the point that hunters was making very significant in terms of the out of control the techs are prepared to ensure if not control themselves with a mixture of Syrian and Russian forces so also saying that Turkey really like is to be able to control the area right across the border Syria from the the whole sort of length of the border winches many hundreds Columbus the area that they do control in the West because of their own associates is quite big what remains is something like four hundred twenty kilometers this particular agreement appears to cover about one hundred and twenty kilometers Ms Hammet says this is an area where the Kurds each populations particularly concentrated for the still nearly something like two thirds of the total area which isn't under this agreement we simply don't know what's going to happen there but in direct answer to your question I think it is unelected the that's what offer any major resistance to this at least in the short term but just to follow that up poll should we therefore assume that agreement that was struck between the code and the Syrian regime for all that was ever worth is now formerly a dead letter it seems to be yes I mean if you look at this in a wider sense trump's decision to Morris withdraw the troops and Syria although they've not been large they've been pretty significant we tend to forget an addition to these troops what nobody talks about in polite circles is the presence of question number special forces including it suspected special forces from Britain and France that have involved in trying to prevent escape of the Isis fighters they haven't been very successful in that at present because there are so many isis fighters in some of the detention camps but from the Russian perspective that this is really very good for them I mean their overall plan is to have as much influence a series they can for minimum cost on the way they played the air war was very rough very tough but not huge costly a while they now seeing is the will be actually be some Russian forces even quite small a nominal in these zones as part of the sort of protection patrols which means that they will be extending their influence geographically very little costing sells out of that expect it is pretty Kaputin and one would say that in that respect is also good for the United States how does it look like this is playing the one domestically is is it proving popular with Turks generally this idea that I and his pitches basically two fold that he has cleared what he described observe terrorist menace from away from Turkey's borders and he has now opened up spicing which Turkey can repatriate some of the millions of Syrians who have fled into the country since two thousand eleven sure I think it's very important burdwan he manages to to spin every get series of victory at home you know I think we shouldn't forget that a major part of his reason for launching this operation in the first place was to kind of Rowson domestic supporting tools to deflect attention away from so many other things that have been plaguing in this year the economy's going terribly he suffered major losses in local elections at this yes now taking the Turkish front pages this morning and you know should remind you the only sort of the Turkish media is controlled by one and his allies the reaction to the deal last night is a lot more kinds of restraints than was the reaction to the deal with Mike Pence last Thursday after that deal the headlines thank took his one and Turkish victory now the much more restrained they're saying the Terry corridor has been committed to history so there's a lot more restrained language I think it's almost certain that presentation on even though he's got nowhere near what he was setting out to get when he first started talking about launching this unilateral campaign a few weeks ago you know he was talking about taking a stretch of border four hundred forty kilometers long he's got far less than that but I mean certainly he's going to into a victory he's going to say the state of Rosia varies name more the Thai have got rid the terror threat from our border and this is another victory for me and my policies all the the Syrian conflict which is now approaching the end of its first decade has proved ceaselessly in depressingly inventive in finding ways to perpetuate itself but bearing that in mind do we at least see some outline of what a final settlement might look like because isn't this Turkey coming around ever for the to the idea that Bashar Al Assad has basically one that he will remain president of Syria I think that's true a and I would agree generally that this is being a good period for a set himself and his regime not least because the Kurds are having to accept that he can be a kind of counter to the increase Turkish influence the one big question remains though is what this does to the other kinds of militia groups are not much talk about the ones in North West Syria in Italy province but more the Isis elements and here there is a lot happening although against very difficult piece out precisely what the Americans of taken about a thousand of their troops from Syria into western Iraq but one report from the Pentagon this morning suggested this is a temporary there's thousand we'll be withdrawn entirely so it makes it to the American seem to be persisting in trump's wished rashly with morton withdrawal more fully than it is his phone one can say extremely good news in perhaps the the group that may benefit most is actually isis itself who far from going away I'll still there regenerating in Syria and in Iraq and the connection here is they still had many hundreds property several thousands of their toughest paramilitaries in detention one sort or another in the in the powder Syria those are really coming out back into circulation it's very similar to what happened in two thousand twelve thirteen with the so-called operation breaking the walls when what was the remnants of the old HQ I in Iraq managed to break out many that toughest paramilitaries from Iraqi prisons now it's not so much breaking out now because these went so well protected this time but it's the same kind of thing playing at a smaller scale and it's gone who almost certainly boost isis overall now that has an impact in Iraq or serious very difficult to tell but that's the one unknown in this current situation ought to come back to you finally a major part of President Prospectus that the the P. G. R. A. Anti-kurdish terrorist organization has been the alleged relationship with the Peak Aka the Turkey the Kurdish rather organization which has been waging war against Turkey for decades we'll doin be anticipating or nervous about any potential response to this deal from the PKK well I think the listening to say as you know the the the links between the what PG and the and the PK care real I mean when I first started reporting on the war PG in late two thousand thirteen you know well before they had even heard much indefinitely before before they go US backing I mean they were very very open about the fact Turkey ideologically that clearly linked to the to the PK K.. And you know I think everyone probably should be very worried about retaliation from the okay inside Turkey a ceasefire broke down in the summer of two thousand fifteen since then we've seen really wide scale conflicts across southeastern Turkey happening often in the city centers in many cities enters destroyed by fighting between Turkish security for some pick the
Is Sparkling Water Good For You?
"Today's episode is brought to you by ibm. Smart is open open is smart. I._b._m.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of red hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at i._b._m. Dot com slash red hat. Welcome to brainstorm production of iheartradio mark. Hey brain stuff. Lauren vocal bomb here as consumer preferences veered towards more quote unquote natural ingredients in their foods and beverages diet. Soda sales are dropping in place of soda. Carbonated waters like seltzer water are tingling evermore tongues americans are buying three three times as much of the staff as they did a decade ago and although there are plenty of reasons to give up the artificial sweeteners and diet soda could all those bubbles potentially bad for us to i let sit on a bit of carbonated water lingo. Sparkling water is a type of mineral water. That's bottled at the source. Think brands like perry. The minerals in them are naturally occurring and the carbonation might be too although some manufacturers might add bubbles for more zip salter waters biting bubbles rules are all created artificially but they have no other added ingredients save for sometimes flavorings of some sort either natural or artificial a side note here natural flavoring means. This chemical was derived from plants or animals including laboratory farmed microorganisms and official means. This chemical was synthesized in a laboratory from other chemicals. A natural chemical and an artificial chemical may be molecular identical and batches of the one labelled artificial might actually be more pure because they were synthesized in the carefully controlled lab anyway other than sparkling water and seltzer water. There are the offshoots of carbonated water that have other added ingredients. The club soda is a seltzer water with added minerals and sodium potentially table salt or even baking soda both of which reduce acidity and conjure flavor that for many drinkers anchors is more reminiscent of natural spring water tonic water is altogether another entity typically loaded with sugars and a dash of cleaning making it more soda soda pop then seltzer all of these bubbling waters. Oh their existence to an eighteenth century english preacher named joseph priestley who created a technique that forced carbon a oxide gas in two regular old flat water when held together under pressure the gas remained in the water indefinitely in till it was released into a glass and the gas began and the process of floating out the drinker finally enjoyed the refreshing tingle of carbonation on their tongue leader researchers found that forcing carbon dioxide in water has has some notable side effects. It makes the water a bit more acidic which adds some bite to flavors it also helps to preserve the drink to make taste fresher longer priestly erroneously crony asleep touted his revolutionary drank away for sailors to beat back the effects of scurvy during long voyages and even rigged up a portable system that allowed them to create carbonated water on aboard ships on demand so our modern health conscious consumers mistakenly believing other health benefits of sensors and their kin a two do those one study found that sparkling mineral water caused slightly greater dental rozhin than stillwater but according to the report quote levels remained low and were of the order of one hundred <unk> times less than the competitor soft drinks and two thousand seven study found that flavored sparkling waters could be just as creative as orange juice to the teeth but all the flavored waters in the study contained citric acid which can be highly erosive. We spoke by email with marissa more registered dietitian here in atlanta she she said that beyond those issues bubbling water is rather innocuous quote. The carbonation may cause bloating for some and or feelings of fullness but overall. It's a fine way to hydrate eight and especially helpful for those who don't particularly enjoy still or flat water and if you're trying to lose weight by cutting your caloric intake that feeling of fullness might even be a benefit and fizzy water might be a good way to entice you into drinking more h. Two o. moore said seltzer water is a fun and effective way to hydrate particularly for those who wouldn't drink water otherwise if you have any digestive issues or effects from seltzer water then you might cut back or even steer clear of it otherwise i'd say consider enjoying your seltzer with a meal instead of solo or rinsing with plain water afterwards. Today's episode was written by nathan chandler and produced by tyler clang brains devos's production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other efforts topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for podcast from iheart radio is iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by ibm. Smart smart is open. Open is smart. I._b._m.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of red hat. Let's unlocked the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at i._b._m. Dot com slash red hat.
"salter" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"The axe files with your host, David Axelrod. Folks in politics. It's hard to imagine Senator John McCain without Mark Salter who became his chief of staff his collaborator and co author on seven books, including his last book called the restless wave written in the last months of his life. I sat down with Mark in Washington last week to talk about the man he served so faithfully for so long his friend Senator McCain and the politics of our time as he also is one of the fiercest critics within the Republican party of our sitting President Donald Trump. Mark salter. It's it's good to see you. I haven't seen you personally since Senator McCain passed. So we're going to talk a lot about him. But I just wanted at right at the outset say, I'm sorry for your loss because I know help how close you were. And how much you meant to each other. Thanks, david. I appreciate that. So Davenport, Iowa. From the quad cities right in my neck of the woods. I am by two hours west Chicago. If you're so tell me about tell me about that and grown-up, I you know, when when I was growing up very prosperous in people might tell people I'm from Iowa, I'm from the Iowa side of the quad cities. You know, the the west side of the Mississippi. People think he no I up on a farm or a small town or something. But it's a manufacturing town. There are a lot of farm implement foundries along the river, John Deere's headquartered there, they're big Caterpillar plant Alko has a big plant there, and and you know, up until the eighties. It was a very prosperous thriving happy fun community, I'm Catholic and there were about twelve Catholic parishes. And it was a great place to grow up your. Your mom was a schoolteacher second grade Catholic school and your dad was a salesman for mining company, limestone, mining company Eisold hydrated, lime was venture vice president for hydrated lime sales. What what about politics politics was almost accidental? I never had any particular ambition for it. I grew up in the sixties and seventies in high school in the sixties and seventies and kind of hung out rock and roll was kind of all that interested me, some sports. Didn't didn't go to college? When I graduate didn't have particularly good grades. I was truant a lot of the time and. Got a job working on a railroad how to high school and did that for about four years still. I think we were at derailment and the data winner one night, and we had to fix the track. And it's about twenty below in the winds howl enough the river and everything I thought this got to be a better way to make a living in this..
"salter" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"More despicable. What do you say to Mr. Salter? Well, I think we do have a chance to win Florida in Arizona. I do think there is a path we've seen in the numbers. But I do think it's important that we protect the people of Arizona. We can't sit by and allow votes to be counted in Maricopa that would not be counting. Did you? Did you approve of your staff or saying things like click the books? I mean, it does by throwing that language in there, as you know, it automatically polarize is the two sides this minute language like that gets you look. There's a lot of releases that are gonna go out that I don't see or or I I'm not familiar with this one. But what I do think is important. It's not the first time that somebody's been accused of cooking the books or reading the company election. I think that's the last two years have been about by Democrats trying to go after President Trump on that as well. So what I think we have to do and what we've proven in the court in the zone a- excuse me, the agreements come to an era Zona is way to treat voters equally across the state. We look this is about making sure that the votes are counted. And the votes are counted fairly, and that's what I think we're getting to Inara Zona. Finally, finally last question, very quickly the Muller probe there Jeff flake and Chris Coon said when they come back for the lame duck. He's gonna ask for unanimous consent to get this Bill voted on. Do you think it's necessary? Do you think Muller needs protection? Mitch McConnell does not what say you Cory Gardner. I support the molar investigation. I know I've heard Senator McConnell say he supports investigation. It's important for the American people. It's important that we have this for transparency. And I think it's important for the president to have this information out there, fully transparently and accurately. The president has said he wants to keep this investigation moving forward. And I believe that's the way that it will need protection legislatively, though. Do you need to do that in the Senate this this election? This molar is not going to be stopped. It's going to continue and it should continue. All right. But she didn't say whether it was necessary in the Senate. Well, I think I think it's going to continue its if it continues. That's actually continuing. Okay. I will leave it there. Senator Cory Gardner, Republican Colorado. Thanks for coming on. When we come back is President Trump trying to derail the investigation by naming Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general. Welcome back. Panelists. Matthew Kennedy editor and chief the Washington free beacon fomer democratic congresswoman Donna Edwards of Maryland. Eliana Johnson national reporter for politico and New York Times columnist David Brooks. Welcome happy Sunday after the midterms, David. I wanna ask this did did the midterms change anything. Let me put up these numbers here. Forty six percent was the president's popular vote total and twenty sixteen forty six percent was the house vote for the Republicans in twenty eighteen and forty five percent, and it perhaps gets related to forty six percent will be the president's job rating. I think I sent a pattern here. But I guess did any change anything. I think they trench things. We've got like a big wall big barricade around that forty six percent. And that's Trump space and they come out for him. And I don't see anybody needing that wall or going into the wall. And so we're sort of stuck with all this election to me was not realigning election. It was just an entrenching election. Interesting. But the things that left out at me as his people did show. The surgeon Republican not was not a matter. And that tells me the working classes still hurting in this country despite the economy, and then the second thing, I think you saw I think the New Democrats are always a spin debate..
Tony award-winning U.S. playwright Neil Simon dies at 91
"Death of Senator John McCain is led to tributes from around the world but. As AP Washington correspondent saga megani, reports at the White, House the tribute is over in Vietnam McCain was a prisoner of war at the infamous had no a Hilton people are paying their respects at. The US embassy in annoy. Here at home when, we, left his beloved ranch and corn Ville and made the drive the Phoenix longtime McCain aide Mark Salter on. NBC's today show The, roads were lined with people host, brought showed up to way flags. And put their hands over their. Hearts was quite moving here at the White House flags yesterday were at half staff in McCain's honor they are now back at full staff President Trump's. Had a long feud with McCain and did not issue a proclamation ordering, that the flags, be lowered saga megani at the White, House
Tony award-winning U.S. playwright Neil Simon dies at 91
"Playwright Neil Simon the man behind so many Broadway hits including the odd. Couple, Brighton Beach memoirs and sweet charity has passed away at the age of ninety one Mark. Mayfield has that story his family says Simon died early Sunday of complications from pneumonia and was surrounded by his loved ones at New York Presbyterian hospital Simon's breakout hit. Was come blow your horn in nineteen sixty one he wrote some of the biggest Broadway hits of the twentieth century it shows like the prisoner of second. Avenue last of the red hot lovers the sunshine boys plaza suite and chapter two made him a household name Simon won three Tony awards and was nominated for, four Oscars During his
Tributes pour in for John McCain in Vietnam
"A full week of honors or planned for the, Mavericks Senator John McCain in Vietnam where McCain was a prisoner of war. At the infamous had no Hilton people are paying their respects at the US. Embassy in annoy here at home when we left his beloved ranch and corn Ville and, made the drive the Phoenix longtime McCain aide. Mark. Salter, on NBC's today show sorry The roads were lined with people who spontaneously showed up to way flags and put their hands over their hearts to his quite moving. Here at the White House, flags yesterday were at half staff in McCain's honor they, are now back at full staff President Trump's had a long feud with McCain and, did not issue a proclamation ordering that the flags be
"salter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of the answers to these problems right under our noses and it's really just a matter of attitude more than anything else if you have this war on carbon attitude we we overlook carbon as part of the answer and that's and then the book tries to explain that chapter by chapter which let's look at carpenter ways carbon that way and when you do really kinda cool interesting things up and start to happen and when we talk about the leadership in that area of some of those cool and interesting things the real innovation that is happening he's taking place in this country no today there's there's globally there's a lot going on if you go back about five or six years wasn't quite so much things are actually speeding right along australia's been hey i keep place for innovation i was really amazed to go down there and see all the different things going on australia partly sarah probably their attitudes they they'd have kind of anti thority kind of get her get her done kind of thing among farmers and ranchers male scientists all kinds of stuff going on there there's definitely on here as well and europe and other places but it's it changes still coming from the margin which is where innovation comes largely outside the system whether it's technology or farming or something count the new ideas need to start with the county edges and then work its way in and that's very much what's happening right now and it's it's picking up speed it's coming more into the center i'm amazed by how much soil carbon talk there is days just two other books i've come out and was a bunch of other stuff happening in different places has folks realized the potential of this to help with the problem with neat about this is that it's it's a cliche a win win you know so you're pulling carbon dioxide down and storing it soils while you're producing food and water 'cause we improve the soil all kinds of nicole things so that's in a world that's worried about how to feed itself whereas water coming from that kind of stuff fees are these become important issues and more and more folks are getting understand that we still have some institutional barriers kind of big agribusiness things like that so no no no you can't do that gotta use chemicals you gotta do this well we'll see how that works out kind of in the long run courtney white is talking with us on effort graham this morning i'm bob salter long after our top of the hour updates at seven o'clock hits and liguori talking gulf has you covered with the essentials you need no matter where you go this.
McCain 'cracking jokes' and working at 'getting strong,' says hi
"You're listening to all things considered on wnyc senator john mccain was diagnosed with brain cancer last year in his new memoir the restless wave mccain writes about the state of politics and the principles he'd like the country to hold onto after he's gone coming up next audie car cornish we'll speak with mccain's co author and his longtime adviser and friend mark salter that conversation is coming up next stay tuned when we talk about listener support here at wnyc we often mentioned.
"salter" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Then here from my personal life and business coach nncholas salter then the powerful duo of melody and monica from simply spaced and finally influence or superstar lauren evert's from the skinny confidential i told you guys this was a good lineup each guest's original show will be included in the show notes and if you haven't listened to their episode yet e will want to make sure that you do so so before we dive into these ladies killer answers i wanted to share my own with you so ask myself what was your biggest lesson to growing an impactful and influential business and after thinking about that i kind of had to sit back and really think about what i've learned over the past year there's been a lot of trials a lot of ups a lot of downs celebrations and a lot of learning curves so i think that my biggest lesson to growing an impactful and influential business is to keep striving but at the same time being flexible kind of like that idea of you gotta been so so you don't break right i think so many times we can get focused on one goal or one aspect or one area and we kind of lose sight of what that flexibility may be so what i have really learned is at the end of the day just really being grateful for what is there and what we have and what we have learned and really moving forward with the knowledge that we have now the experience that we have now and the opportunity to grow and also really just not taking it so serious at the end of the day i think a lot of times we can get so wrapped up in what we're doing and what we're trying to create and who were trying to impact and really the community that we're trying to grow that we sometimes lose sight of really all the amazingness it's already happening around us so i tend to really ask myself in those moments when i'm figuring out do i zig zag do i answer this question do i go this way i'm getting overwhelmed what do i do i kinda stop in that moment and ask myself does this bring more joy into the world.
"salter" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"University of minnesota i didn't want to let my brothers doubt i didn't want to let the seventy nine t down eighty team down 81 developed this 72 deemed out i knew who they were i did i studied the freak in media guy in i know kelkar salter was i know who uh bhutto was you know i do those guys i'm sorry i do carry gambucci was idol john me as it was you know and i hope people obama colletti it was kids and corey miller in in in plants liqin maamum and you got to know that whilst hoping that's not mediocre are these st paul's state oskoui's no i was very very impressed last night with how deep they are of four forward lines and coach moscow was telling us just a few moments ago these are afraid to put these guys out against anybody is fourth whiners is first wired aegis keith rowland four lines pc these guys have only lost two games and they still want they want more what well here's the deal i've had conversations with them and i said well who you tonight and has say this guy this guy like like are you doing that fourth quarter be do the other two guys deserve white so he's got more than four lines thought extra as he says in fact he set one guy all disappointed night and he played last night two games that i gotta get back in the lineup because he's going to be in the lineup all the rest here but you you you know he's not there yet search result in wall you i talk to mike gibbons before they gave another assistant coaches it's okay so as good as you guys played i say what worries you going forward going to the national dance and all they said well all right what worries me we don't have a star no we're not a starstudded lineup no no is doing this only two losses this year without a star studded add up yeah there's a guys that that are close to that we saw last night with two beautiful goal robbie jackson could shoot the pockets of a lot of guys that no is there anyone that's going to.
"salter" Discussed on Security Now
"He about another of its output in order to have enough leverage against it and the normal t ls connection handshake which as we often discuss does contain some nonsas some pseudo random data debt that has to not repeat the amount of enter p in the handshake falls just shy of providing this as much nonsense information as an attacker would need to compromise the future numbers that the d bg was going to be spitting out so now enter what's known as the extended random extension to t l s as matthew writes he said the extended ran them extension is an ied f draft proposed by an an essay employee e named margaret salter at saw hill he says per ends at some point the head of nsa's information assurance directorate which worked on quote defensive unquote crypto for the dod along with eric uh rush scoreline uh as a contractor and obscene eric's name on a number of of our efc's through the year so he is well known in the community so again this extended random extension to t ls was proposed by an nsa employee so this extended random extension was never adopted but it was a a was a means of asking a t l less end point to provide more random data more nonsas essentially um i matt road at some point it's important to note that extended random by itself does not introduce any cryptographic vulnerabilities all it does is increased the amount of random data the nonsas used in a t l s protocol connection he he writes this shouldn't hurt t l s at all and besides it was largely intended for us government machines he says the only thing that's interesting about extended random is what happens when that random data is generated using.
"salter" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"100 years ago uni when of one of the things that you and i would have to you in the reason i say united's because it was mostly men back then do it we were not complete in our training in our ability to have a family and go on until we knew how to take care of herself and it was you know self defense in selfprotection was just an inherent right of passage almost then it was expected of year expected to be your own first responded not a brutal person or anything like that but it was expected that he knew how to protect your salter inc family in your assets on that's gone away with outsourced that now uh to to a great point in like i said because we've been so successful and we have such an amazing country mom that we don't have to deal with a lot of physical violence like our our you don't grandfathers did and other generations had to it doesn't mean that we are any less violent dust one thing everybody has to understand people near will sit there and quote these statistics and i see those are actually really good motivation guy who i can't think of his name but he did a really good video but videos we're living the safest times over available i ain't going to call the murder it's this this nessim saint yes emirates that way but you're looking at the wrong items murder rate being down isn't because we're any less violence because our medical technologies gotten better so something inactive violence that would have killed used five years ago now we now can respond faster rehab betterment medical technology sediment but is that act of violence any less violent no it's just a manipulation the statistics at that point in so we are not any less line i was in uh australia like.
"salter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I thought it was good with the president had to say today about the shooting half of the of the wash it how how would you devote more civil and how we all get along just from the salter chief i thought that that was very interested and i hope the resolution something for about two i think it's absolutely horrible would have a whether republican or democrat here's reading from a teleprompter which when you're reading from the teleprompter that's not your heart and i would like to hear from his heart i would like to hear him say what he said today i like to hear him say that on twitter her mab already has an maybe no one's covering it because it's not controversial and i'm not going to play it for you because just him marine from a teleprompter i would love for him to freestyle little bit because we all know when he freestyles that that's when we hear his heart and i will tell you this his wife was probably the first one today to jump out on twitter and start thinking first responders for what they did and be the they were they were so focused on themselves and what had happened to them that they weren't focus on the first responders at responded and then i think they also have to understand it in law as lawmakers hey that happens down in the central almost every night that happens on the south end of osijek cargo a times of day that happens in new uh it a little town like new orleans six hundred people that are dead each and every year and the particular gentleman that was shot is from louisiana the let's have it in in our communities than most of them that we're all playing baseball today and i don't think this is too early would fight for the right for the shooter to have that gun even as they were playing baseball and a lot of times to play baseball you do with you'll have gone yourself i thought it was interesting that none of them had g i i would think is a public servant you will lease have gone and your baseball bag i was surprised that none of them debt of interesting fifty three on the ron adagios check him dole rectum here's catty with the cars have renders gonna to stop by we're gonna talk to her about a.