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The History of Animal Trials
"According to author ep evans in the criminal persecution and capital punishment of animals. There were two types of animal. Trials are strengthen and their process. Their straw phin were for capital crimes. Which would warrant the death penalty. I e homicide usually committed by pigs horses and other larger domesticated animals which were presided. Over by a secular tribunal. Their processor were judicial proceedings in ecclesiastical courts against vermin like rats mice locusts and weevils the object being to spell the vermin from the orchards. Vineyards and croplands. They were eating by means of exile extra schism or excommunication in sixteen fifty. Four sentences were handed down against of locusts in a spanish obvious. Santamaria the last sentence calling for the locusts excommunication and in order for them to leave the region in the next fourteen hours bishop alonzo de madrid excommunicated another plague of locusts condemning them to confinement in a cave and a bishop in cordova excommunicated a flock of swallows that had set up shop inside their parish. These were at best here. Eric victories just to make the people feel better. While evans's book lists nearly two hundred such cases the animals in their process cases never really seemed bothered by the ruling domestic animals. Barely listen to us. What do we expect. The wild wants to do either way. It was thought to be important that the animals have day in court. Why not just exterminate the offending critters. We're pretty good at that. Since even weevils and rats were considered god's creatures the destruction they caused must also have been part of the plan so destroying them would be an act against god's will but if the animals were tried in a church court and excommunicated or otherwise condemned then it was kind of okay for example in the fourteen eighties. The cardinal bishop of autun in france ruled against some slugs that were ruining the estate grounds under his purview. Ordered that for three days announcements be made to the slugs that they were to leave the area or be cursed. They didn't leave so it was game on for the gardeners to get rid of them. On purely legal side of things were the cases against livestock typically for murder. Apparently pigs are just mad for murder at least when it comes to humans and most cases involved them eating the victim whole or in part. This was a time when both animals and children might freely roam through fields and streets and accidents did happen. Pigs may not eat everything as people think but they will taste everything and god help you. If they find out your made of meat it reminds me of a bit from zora. Neale hurston story where the family sow gets into the kitchen where toddlers zora is alone and her mother panics. Even though the sal was less interested in eating. Mrs hurston baby than the other way around evans describes one fairly typical case from thirteen. Seventy nine in which two herds of swine were feeding together. When suddenly three pigs became agitated and charged the swine. Master's son who died from his injuries. All of the pigs from both herds were tried and fort after due process of law were condemned to death on appeal. All but the three instigating piggies were later pardoned. The courts really do seem to have put effort to try animals in the same way they would humans which is less woke than it. Sounds when you remember how readily the death sentence was handed out in those days. I've never tried to hang a pig. But given their incredibly muscular necks. I imagine it doesn't go easily. Also high ranking in the crimes animals could be charged with was bestiality. Although those cases were usually known to go in the animals favor both the human and the animal might be put to death but sometimes the case could be made that the animal was not at fault as it didn't consent to participate in the act so it wasn't punished if they were convicted. The animal might actually be imprisoned with the human who got them in the mess in the first place. In those cases the owner of the animal was charged for the animals care and feeding as a sort of second hand punishment for as much as. I'd like to say that animal. Trials are brutish fossil symbolic of a decayed era gratefully forgotten and i've got stickers for anyone who can identify that movie quote without googling it cases persistently pop up even in more recent times in tennessee in nineteen sixteen. An elephant named. Mary murdered her trainer. The strangest verse of the cell block tango ever and was hanged with crane in nigeria. In two thousand nine a goat was arrested. After a mob of vigilantes told police it was a shape shifting car thief no word on how that case turned out of all the creatures critters and creepy crawlies that plagued late medieval france. None could hold a candle to the weevil ricochets artists not to be confused with the palmetto. Weevil rinca forests fabricius the largest weevil species. You might say are. Eras is the lesser of two evils. Working the first complaint against the insects was made by a group of grape growers in fifteen forty five which resulted in a proclamation for the public to atone for their sins in hopes that the weevils would leave and it worked a generation later though the weevils returned and the town was forced to take them to court lawyer. Antoine filial was appointed the weevils public defender after all. It's hard to carry cash in carapace. So they reason. The weevils wouldn't be able to pay for representation feel argued that his clients had been placed on earth by god along with the food that they needed to survive. And it wasn't the bugs fault at that food happened to belong to some local farmers. The prosecution who i will picture being played by sam waterston and his glorious eyebrows contended that animals are meant to be subordinate to man and the weevils towing the line. The villagers believed their sins. Brought the pests. But the pests were part of god's plan but but humans are supposed to have dominion over animals so they should be able to do with them as they darn well please this back and forth. Stalemate is the central theological paradox of animal trials. Maybe i'll recast the da as linus roache.
"santamaria" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"At this Eddie said it yesterday at is dad also tested positive but It's not like they are they fitting it badly they both in good spirits and in A. Shoe symptoms but nothing crazy. So hopefully. You know they can get rid of that virus soon discovers. Matt Bent on the Super Champ these says yard. He stops boom Watt Ceefax and it's yard not yard. I, stay murdering that one? Leases. To Be Yard you must forgive me more Yati Yati Yati Yo. ANYTHING ELSE MIDI DON'T WANNA. Step over your segment I I didn't get to. Do a lot of fights affable Avak, but you know. Listen we've gone over world champion said Vernacular Sean Telecom run we mentioned like earlier she had like. she wanted to decision with like the the opponent from Brazil I believe her name is our who ju- like I think. That's how he gets pronounced. You can tell me right do me the Portuguese one. So. So yes, she she did well like when I'm coming like five from heavy lay over the limit, right? So I'd the way the stem the fight still went ahead and she was too classy for like I. Feel like the the footwork was good. She boxed like you know around her really she didn't get involved too much until the later wrong and she got like a wide ninety minutes decision which was deserved. So's as we goodman. So The brought under the five bomb like overweight thinks she's putting it down to traveled and were to retention in a variety. She was on weight when she left right so who knows what happened when she got them and She lived bad though she did she did look bad but she went out there and she had she went all the way and I'm saying Shanto camera felt like you know what I'm saying put out a masterclass. She barks beautifully she engagements she needed to she banged when she needed to and she you know what I'm saying what she was supposed have pedigree box really really well and when herself world. Todd did herself well, even though she messed up my ticket but not getting the stoppage. I'll give her because she box beautifully and I'm standing here. Open, them did well, don't they. Just really was nice movement in terms of when she didn't have to chase shantelle commercials doing okay. When she was stationary here, bending from the West stake, no slipping and sliding shots hoping to get a contest. But then in a come realized very early on aid that's not the fight to fight together on my. On my bag books books around her use my fits and she did that and she had really no answer. So it was like a very easy fight very early on. Tell you could tell her opponent was definitely carry around five pounds she was. Moving now that well, but she had the power. That's putting much business call you power. Rancho righty. All righty then Jewett. Testicle. Tuesday remember to writers five stars on itunes subscribe to YouTube dot com slash the boxing voice for the latest and greatest interviews with favorite fighters. King. Good What upset. Anybody hope you'll have a great weekend Um, you start off with the tank Lille Santa Cruz joint. Be Fans and audience I don't care one way or the other You know I I'm sometimes I'm hard on take but it's just a matter of say like if I don't think you serious than I can't take you serious, you know what I mean. So let's see. You take it serious. such a great weekend of action. It was it was. I mean look it was funny because That that cold Santa Maria fight man. Joe. Quo. I don't wanNA sound crazy but like you're saying he, he'll you he not not hard enough. You know what I'm saying like he was talking hard on the show but like the hard enough, you know what I'm saying like Santa Maria but he was coming out trying to like with Jabs. Little fancy stuff. If he would've just did what he did against Fox he would have won that fight more easily Yo the MAC sil- fight. Hermosillo he looked at man he's listening it was it was sprinkles I'm I'm I'm building up to branch seconds to pay too because one thing I know about it. I think I called the perfectly. The pay the had to do something amazing, and that was an amazing fight. Ask like we said it does Zepeda in pro gray. That's the fight the C. One forty too many Popeye. So y'all talking about pies at one forty you know not too many pies and I'll say Josh Pella he definitely running one forty for now but maybe donald dig up if you looking for Pie for the pater Diogo Dongo and give them a dengue give him give them Odongo and then postal, and then maybe he'll unify against Ramirez and then be bug. Crawford. That's my call. Remember again. Try Enough Ski. I. Asked another one you know that's another name X. Jump into gala in Dongo. Be. Recycled those guys those names men just bring them in. And beat them up and then get your title. Yes sir. Let me get to seize a vegas. Assuming. Yes, sir. FELLAS. Because he had a good weekend. Yo. So. I just got done. listen to playback of box in bars on Saturday. Pretty good. Pretty good show. I was a a guy is. Is available for the public or is it just on Patriot? Is available for the public vote just on patriots the voting. And the MP three with no ads is patron. hate the miss.
"santamaria" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I didn't even listen to what the commentary on like I had a muted the whole time for me I watch pewter. Jim is like you know is Russian. I'm pretty sure like esteem wasn't conveying messages statement English but to listen. Man But he was just Christ. The coach and then they probably got. It was crossing his fit jumping in doing all kinds of crazy and allergies like whoa. You get knocked out and if you to get knocked out wait but Sabido was connected with a bunch of every time he was going down. It was going down night properties, fit where gun all the time like the the first few knocked down before they clean knock down where. I admired him for the way recovered from those knockdown done but it's fit way. Donald shoots. We're GONNA few time right these legs on him and he still went to it. So it's good. No, I was impressed. That's one thing I can say shot onto both of those guys were giving us like the spectacle we had yesterday and. Do you agree. Do you agree that it's hard for him to get to to donuts after a like this? But to me to me like. Monster I don I don't talk about? One fights read. So it's never one fight. But when you negotiate and one, you just navigate your career with a promoter is not the oil. You know what I know this guy out now I can get. This is the combination is what is done? We've talked rank bledsoe. Is. Modified that he got together and a position that he gets himself to once you yourself to the number one contender position dust, and that's what you'll see. That's when you managers. They will ask you to stop taking some risks like Mutt crazy crazy donuts you never heard of, but people are not necessarily in the top five. They'll ask you people are eleven twelve. Some lady was just in a fridge ranking because let me miss my number one position and let me keep dot number one position. To ensure that I get my my titled Fight Right My my second but the upper like this adds Midi. Did they mention that he was signed to top rank because you know unless they said it seems strange no he was brought in as a tuneup for Ramirez and got rob and then obviously brought in for a tune-up to to Palapa. So maybe they could assign them after the. Win So. Racially beside, right? He still could be fight by five. And let me tell me this look Santamaria upset four straight Thompson still was the B. side yet. That does not descend thing do there's definitely not something you know waking with a fighter that is ranked in the top ten. The first thing you do when you speak to a promoter when you're Pfizer new trying to and promotional contract, those people were separate general drawing contract best on your potential to get to the very top level you potential to be able to be marketed as like. That, kind of Pfizer I'd so hundred percent looks onto mirrors just starting. It Looks Maria just they keeps winning an act. Yet I hope we get to speak to him in a in a second 'cause I is fight was also crazy especially the the school cup but whenever he gets position where he gets himself in a top ten and he gets himself in contender position. Bring couples you on an US navy still gonNA go crazy. He's GonNa. Tell them. Hey, we worked hard. Win On. And I'm not talking about mandatory position. I'm still talking about the possibility high probability of him, not being signed the top rank. Pushy blue as possible but. Of other promoters, right. So I'm I use Luke as an example of a guy who has already been the B. side four Tom upset the Assad four times and still no contract or aside treatment from PBC I agree with you. But you know I think I'll be very different because of. Study. So I think he has thought use of life fighting top level position since he came all the way to the UK to challenge. Flanagan. Read from that point onward you know that you have a fighter, they'll leave into top ten in an extra who is promotional condensation will be different and I hope that he has a good team to negotiate decent contracts with him and common. Saw Removing on. Yeah Man I WanNa talk about sometime idea in Paul. Cobo man those scorecards with bananas they. They play Santa Maria on scorecards and. I don't know I felt that day to day themselves the in know who they were going for right like in one minute appraising Santamaria and then the other minute they're praising kroll for his one punch counters. It was a tough fight. I honestly would have to watch that fight entirely. There's nothing I missed. I just didn't score. and. Because the scorecards were so bad I, feel like I need to have a scorecard. Of. and. I don't know that Kroll one in my car that I have. US. Good as gone. I edited to Santa Maria and I don't know again. I you know putting or buyers aside read. So I picked crawled on the on the Bickham Lake and. I feel bad for my pick because I was thinking to myself, what was I thinking about Peking based on the strength of an interview that he gave on TV because what I did but I if I really stop and think about it the only guy that I've seen out of those two before Santamaria, under guy that I've seen on that level was Santamaria, beating Michael Michael Michael folks and I was thinking like you know that s crazy how you know you can just like switch based on like irrational of decision. And in the fight I was justifying us year you know what? I believe. Ninety six land fall was Michael Moscow called Santa Maria at think. E dropped aboard by a nuts keeping the pressure always puts on neck. So he did that when a first half of the fight immersed fell something out towards the the last free round us. So when in his pressure, I was not Decem any allowed quarterback in fight in my opinion but Yemen like you know I thought he won. But Yeah I. I got to see it to be.
"santamaria" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"The. Lions. Up. A. Cat, I ends into camp. A Happy Sunday yeah, no that there was some very good fight back as a sham that you didn't get to catch some of those crazy fights. But for sure for sure I zip braida branch ick is the fights to talk about and. I should like. It was eight, nine, eight knockdowns total eight. Five wrong and the final down is the one that much of men. Crazy. Victory. Knock off shore, and like I said I've seen that fight. But I'll the knockout was crazy leg gave out he just like folded backwards like a chair onto his leg completely slept. All I can say is Midi. I. told. You. So and not just too many but all you guys will not take. Center. Him on the League got set I was even picking them on a league. I should've picked them and I think I did and I think you did. A pet. Guys of Lubin get knocked up by Charles. Yes. Oh. When he froze and Bent on leg the way circuit woke. Knockout this when you gives up threat at least that fight really could have gone anywhere but you know from the second run to myself, you know the web brunch is crazy red baron check is like. No. I. Don't know if it was no respect. If he dean freaked I could get dropped costs. Shows it all the shooting Saudi when you get dropped once not can happen again any was jumping in late matt trying to finish the job and a good slip that timing on that show boom. And I told you. He was a little bit of wild and reckless was very one but that's because he thought he could finish it if you watch it. Paid. Off on though in the early rows that was the thing it was like he had success until he didn't you know what I'm saying and he was always there to get hit and that's something that Mitty you had said to even though I don't remember who you pick for sure. But I do remember you saying that I and Yeah Man To like I feel like. He you can't just say that it was about branch being while also better state in there he could have panicked he never did in could have a and I think when he decided like in the second round like the first one was like a crazy run for him he got dropped twice none of those shows were really clean and crisp like I. Think one of them is even nightclub four or just later biceps hitting him on Tumblr, the head and he named the. Anti Ford it but he could Banik because when someone like freakish bond ideas and had dropped you, you be thinking what the heck is going on. But then he came out in the second run knowing that he had to stand there and exchange with him and try to catch him in between punches does what he did and he was doing it when every time suburban dropped baron check it dropped in a beautiful way in a way don't tell you. In a could get clint stoppage whereas lake ranch every time jobs a bidder it was more like while shot were not really hitting the target Clinton but a pure brute force. And that doesn't get you to clean stop usually like. One cheese, and then you you get the Tko but I mean, you said it me, there's nothing more to say credit to separate out because when two fires coming in to be able to be. Or Man on the browser and look for a sweet content own my God if on Mega, very, very sweet contel I, think Maroon check was throwing his left look at a some time and he just liked what cracks that. Bryant that he never. So coming at Elysium. Yeah, it was pretty bad real quick. got a super from Ken Stone that says the watched it three times fight of the year, run it back. please. Don't think branch wants to. Project the doesn't want to run anything back like that I think branch is going to take some serious time off but Definitely. Fights of the year for sure the excitement this is crazy on this level. You don't see things night at Man I want every single room to knock down I. Wonder If. Top rank is GONNA push. In the RASA rematch. Not Address. What's the point? forbid makes no sense simply is not number one contender again, right? Well. You push him towards spelled Rasa right because. But Tzipora has no marketability. You know he has now he has no after you know even clambering for the fight of the fight of the year that type of knockout least seventy from ZIP it out to say, listen you guys need to give me soft touches until I get my second shot that Ramirez. Taylor. I am going into overdrive on fight night. That's not my interest. In. Mind, but he doesn't have negotiation power in my opinion he was always brought in as a b side I. Just don't see I look if anyone's GonNa, turn them into something. You know a Spanish dude that doesn't speak English it will be top ranked. They got a bunch of speaks. Speaks Lake fluent. And Yeah Matt is likely. Nice piece speaks English. Interview would've. Heard these are interview after the fight like. Is, an American dude, you heard you. Want Ramirez. They had. Yesterday on the. Market a billion them. But if you guys say so I thought that the move would be obviously Rasa he's already a two-time champion. So you put him back in a fight where sept bad not only revenge, but it's positioning and. Beats them twice. Then he's a little more solidified because right now look I was sure but I was still hunching it everybody picked brand check you know what I mean. So I don't know that one fight gives you a side. You could look at FAA jog book for an example you know no one got more clout than him when Curtis Cooper got out the ring and that didn't make him famous. I it's more than one fan though was it on that level of right. So now is the guy that is like in number one contender opposition, right so you get yourself to that position and you become like you know you have a bit more in rights to close out and shots and also. I don't know if you had watched the tonight us yesterday. You'll see like the way they presented him as well underway to just like work with him. After, the the fright different thing they go to work with him more more than a side I think as a man, they commonly the padres on this to be on the side for a while it is to work was Ramirez is put all his Taylor..
"santamaria" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Eyes. Cuomo can quarrel the second Santamaria, Taco King Cuomo, the first sort of the reserved introduction to King Cuomo. Because it's really unnecessary. I'm not even going to give him a shout out now. Why? Because there are people wait for this. You know what? Maybe towards you government. It's the tri effective. He really is, I mean, earlier today, the CDC chairman represents the Trump administration said that nobody was prepared for this pandemic. Nobody, not the federal government to stage the county that city and I would agree with the hell knew that it would hit like this. We had no idea. But for some reason Andrew Cuomo going on the state of New York. Has become super defensive about any lapses that the state may have had in, remember. Believe it or not in his defense. We were the first to get hit. We got hit as hard as any country got it, like Italy in some of the other countries. We had Mohr positive designated patients. We call it a virus more deaths. Then any nation in the world at one point So okay. We learned a lot from the problems that we went through in New York state in New York City. You know other other states, other cities, they're better able to deal with it now. But this is this complete unwillingness. To submit himself for any kind of an examination. If for nothing more to be ableto Look what was done wrong, so it doesn't happen again. We're being told by all the experts and I tend to agree with them. That this Corona virus we're not gonna have Abi, We're not gonna have a vaccine by full He's going to come back for a second round right at the beginning of the flu. She right, So it's like And it's totally okay. Look, Mistakes have been made on all levels. Federal government, state governments, local governments. What can we do now? To hopefully prevent us having the same problems that we did The first time around, is not pointing fingers. Oh my God! Core, Mo Look at this day This is going to make you cry. It really is. Remember that famous picture you had the three nurses. They were female nurses. I think it was Mount Sinai in which they didn't have enough P p ease in the beginning of the lock down when patients were being wheeled into the ers in the I C u we heard from doctors and nurses in order these had everyone involved in in physical health. We weren't enough pp. So these woman decided, okay. Got it. Going. Going to take care of our patients were essential workers. This is what we trained to do, even if it means we're going to get sick. We're going to get I we're going to die Heroes. And so they put on hefty trash bags, which many of us do you know when all of a sudden it's like this morning, I saw people running around. They didn't expect a day loose, so they made holes in the hefty trash bag so they wouldn't get wet. You know, it's there running through the streets. We all knew that that was happening. So, yes, the day's ocher who was being his The hitman for Andrew Evil eyes Cuomo while being cross examined because there is a bipartisan investigation In the state Legislature, unusual that both sides are creaming on anything well, but you have to wonder about this bipartisan investigation because they wouldn't let Janice teen from Fox News testify and she is the one who lost her mother and father in law. Been the nursing homes. Absolutely around a virus. Those okay, So you don't let her testify. But nobody can deny that the doctors and the nurses and the order leads and even the people preparing the meals and the people that work in makeshift morgues. Remember? We don't know that. We're not properly prepared with protective equipped. Of course, right. Well, you listen is soccer yesterday in defense of Cuomo? Absolutely not. They had Mohr than enough. I And here's Here's the thing. There has been a phenomenon. There's been a phenomenon in the last 3.5 years where If you say it enough times your base will believe you. You're passionate, supported base will believe you, and they will call anybody that contradicts you liars and fake. So this is basically Cuomo picking up the democratic side of this and saying Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, he points to everything else, and And this is all just the New York Post coming at him. This is the fake media, making something out of nothing. This is I mean, it's it's ludicrous. You cannot believe it. And again, I'm going to say, call out your own side, Democrats and Republicans. If you see something wrong, I mean, don't add credibility when it's B s assistant. Remember, we need to stand up. We're going to learn from this, so hopefully it doesn't happen a second time by north well, which has the largest Health care network You saw the other day. I guess one of the CEOs he's writing a book about the pandemic, and he acknowledged that there was a lack of medical equipment, in fact, much of it provided by New York state. It arrived without parts needed to make them functional. Remember, they were going out and buying garden hose. Okay, I get that that happens. Nobody expected is, but immediately. Cole and his hit man, Jack. No. We were fully prepared. And you say this sound hold on a second. Okay, So you're blaming The New York Post and then today, very liberal, progressive newspaper Out your way. Long Island New state, its entire editorial Is questioning Cuomo's nursing home policy and Zucker's nursing home policies and after asking major questions about what happened to these elderly people under their supervision. They say that Andrew Cuomo should submit to an independent investigation when she will know he insists he will not be independently investigating. I don't understand why it's his decision. I don't want to be investigated. For what I did back in college that may come out. I mean, of course, I don't want to be investigated. It's not my place to say. I don't want to be investigated. That's ludicrous. It's absolutely absurd. And the fact is He is trying Teo do smoke and mirrors and distract and deflect because we all I think, know what happened here. I think that he wanted the money. To go into these nursing homes, the public nursing homes you wanted the the aide. You know the Medicaid. I mean, that's that's what happened here. Hey, has Ah, He's glad handing with thes owners. These Ah, it's said, it's all follow the very obvious, but notice we saw that two other governance that exactly the same thing Murphy Who never gets questioned about this. And pretty boy in California who's done exactly the same thing. But Cuomo because he's so defensive, because he will not acknowledge having done anything wrong. The latest one we think that he did something criminal. What? Yeah, when, In fact, if he would just come out and say, you know, we were the first to get clobbered were the first to get out. We the first to admit We had to fly by the seat of our pants. That was some mistakes made. But you know, because of us going through it first other states learned how to better deal with it. What they were going to deal with this man. Exactly. And then the last thing and he was in the forefront of this just two months ago, Remember, he was screaming Kawasaki Disease Kawasaki disease. But what the hell is that? I thought that was a motorcycle. I'm sitting in the guardian Angel van. We're outside of the edge MIA housing projects, right. I'm dealing with these thes local yokels in a screaming and I turn it up because it was like live on W. Kawasaki disease. This affects young people's immune system. It's a form of coronavirus. You're going to see it's going to explode. That's why I'm hesitating. Whether open up sleepaway camp today camps or summer school, Okay, I got that I had never heard of Kawasaki disease. Then all of a sudden, you haven't heard anything. And now we are the on ly state in America that includes the hillbilly states of Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama. We're the only one that refuses to release through transparency. Any of the Children who have been found to have cone of Iris. We're entitled to know that it's look. It's not an indictment against core maladministration kids. You're going to get it. Young adults. We're going together. Elderly are going to get it. So what is the problem with this guy? He's like he's hunkered down. He's in his bunker He doesn't want. He doesn't want his The Prince Camelot 2.0,.
Trump administration weighs blocking TikTok in the U.S.
"TIKTOK was initially released in August twenty eighteen when the APP merged with the ever popular musically. Since then TIKTOK has grown to over one hundred sixty five million downloads in the United States alone eight year increase of three hundred and seventy five percent, according to APP Annie's report on the State of Mobile, twenty, twenty Tiktok is also popular in Southeast Asia especially in China and India until it was eventually banned in India. Tick talks. Most popular user has over seventy million followers, and most of the content on Tiktok is comprised of fifteen second videos with dancing comedy lip, synching and other activities however reports that Secretary of State Mike, Pompeo and president trump are looking into banning the APP. So why would the US want to ban TIKTOK? Well to talk is owned by a China based company called by dance and the trump administration is worried about possible influence from China more specifically that the Chinese government might have access to the data that tiktok collects from its users, but according to Sam sacks from Yale quote. The Chinese government does not necessarily have unfettered real time access to all companies data. Chinese corporate actors are not synonymous with the Chinese government or the Chinese Communist Party and have their own commercial interests to protect and this is according to CNN. In today's episode. We're bringing on to kid debaters to voice their opinions on the prompt. Should the United States. Talk and other questions relating to the popular APP although this episode was initially recorded on July thirteenth twenty twenty. This is the first time we are airing it. Let's get into the debate. Joining me. Now is Erin Santamaria Sixteen and Ethan Pie Fifteen? Are you guys doing? Doing all right. How about you? Don't pretty good real good about you. Good? As, you know TIKTOK has recently captivated. The younger generation and many of our friends are avid users of the APP. Recently however, the US government has raised some security concerns over the popular APP specifically. It's possible relation to the Chinese government. TIKTOK is currently banned in India along with many other Chinese apps in the area, and both the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee have cautioned their campaigns against using the APP. The first question I want to ask you guys is the main question we're looking at here. Should the US Ben Tiktok. I'll I. might that question to air? Now? It's a really complex thing on whether or not. The US should ban TIKTOK because. At face value, it can seem very inane issue. It seems to be just this APP that kids enjoy, and it doesn't really have much ground as to why someone would want to ban it. However you do see the side that it is based in China and the company called Bite. Dance oversees the operations and similar countries India as well have proposed bands, and actually India did end up banning it, so there clearly is some discussion to be had there as for whether or not, it should actually be banned tiktok itself as a wide list of benefits for its younger generation. It offers activism as a as. As a platform it offers ways to express themselves such as like music or dance or art. There's a variety of tiktok. Obviously, comedy is what it drives for and take talk as a whole, creates this culture amongst young people of expressing themselves of being open to new ideas, and it's really it's really a cultural phenomenon seeing these people, the younger generation, expressing themselves through video, an showing exactly who they are as people, and it's. It's great individualistic expression, although there is the concern of the data mining on behalf of of Bite Dance now personally I do not believe that. TIKTOK should be banned in the. The US as it creates a sense of fear between the US, and China, as it furthers this narrative that the US and China are constantly at odds, and yes, they are at odds being the two largest economies in the world, but it doesn't necessarily give way for the US, to propose all these measures and instigate all these tech wars with the Chinese government, which I think. TIKTOK is another example of and as we saw with quality products us has been very adamant about keeping its its data to itself, although this does raise some concerns about what happened with facebook a few years back where they were data. Data Mining I believe that there should be a level of consistency with US government, because this is a similar issue, though competing governments can be cited as a reason for difference here I think overall the US needs to look at itself and think about the precedent it wants to set for tech violations. Does it want to continue to admonish the Chinese government for what could possibly or possibly not be these large allegations, so I personally believe that should should not because it could create that level of fear and that level of tension between the US and Chinese governments, but yeah it. It certainly is a concern.
The Skeptics Guide
"Loan welcome to the. Universe today is Wednesday July first twenty twenty, and this is your host Novella joining me this week or Bob Novella everybody. Santamaria Howdy Jane Novella guys and Evan Bernstein welcome to the second half of the year everyone. Let's hope it was as good as the first. This is one of the longest first halves of a year I. Think I've ever experienced in my life. Was Different. Alright the thing that I think that's happened over the last week in terms of the whole Cova. Craziness is the real escalation of the mask wars as a cultural war in the US, which is just crazy. Lutely I guess we'll fight over anything right? It's hard to be. You know to be surprised after everything we've seen. But, this is a little bit surprising people fighting against the masks. Is just well, but you know what it's not that surprising. If you know a little history, because the same exact thing happened in nineteen eighteen during that flu pandemic, there was a general recommendation to wear masks, and there was actually an anti mask league of people pushing back against mask wearing, and you're saying that specifically a here in the US right. I think it's elsewhere as well I think the UK's having a little bit of a pushback it's. Component known another. Component was not just in the US that was even more over in Europe. Interesting that this the current anti mask nonsense is mainly a US phenomenon I think, but I think it is happening elsewhere as well just not as much so I've been seeing some really interesting assertions about the fact that some of the underlying ideology really comes down to the fact that historically America, and you're right some kind of European. Nations as well especially, the UK kind of pride themselves on an individualistic society as opposed to a collectivist society, and obviously everybody falls somewhere on the continuum of those two things, but America has sort of a long history of being very individualistic, very proud of it, and that kind of mentality could have some explanatory power when we talk about these anti mask fights. Yeah I think that's part of it if you look if you look like there was famously testimony in Florida from people who pushing back against mask wearing and they you know the big theme was liberty and freedom. You'RE NOT GONNA. Tell me what to do, but there was some subset of them woven religious themes. Like this, you're covering God's face whatever you know really interesting. I know. Who you're supposed to cover your head. Whatever and then the other theme was pseudoscience, right? It was making claims that will masks are unhealthy, or they don't work. Since just exactly like the ANTIBAC- sers the same same playbook, so how much of that is just like trying to find justification for that lip? Wonderful Sam. Percent this idea that I'm more concerned about my own comfort than I. am about the well being of others? It's really representative of an individualistic view. That's hard to extricate because it's like it's so woven into society that kids in America are born thinking that way depending on how multicultural bicultural whatever you are. How many generations you've lived here, but when you look at collective societies, the idea that somebody would make a decision to for their own betterment at the expense of other people's welfare is like bananas to them. I mean I. Think I think like we were saying. There's a huge component here of it being a political statement. You know I've been doing a lot of work like you know. Heavy lifting type of work with a mask on prepping for nexus and yeah like it's harder to breathe when you have a mask on, but they've proven that you're not at a loss for oxygen like you're not suffering from a lack of oxygen because you're wearing a mask, it just restricts your breathing a little bit. It's like trying to breathe through. A Straw of a certain size feels a little CLAUSTROPHOBIC, but yeah. Has. Anything worse but Kovalev. Yeah, but yeah, you're right J does not restrict your ability to get oxygen into your blood, and it doesn't cause you to re rebrith the CO two enough of it is getting out. You know the thing is you have to keep in mind? Surgeons of wearing masks for hours a day for tire, adult career for hundreds of years, or whatever at least one hundred years you know, so, that's not a new thing, and you know what about I've gone skiing all day with Neoprene facemask for eight hours at at a time. You know what I mean. People wear beliefs essentially functionally face masks in cold environments for long stretches of time, not an issue so. It really is. It really is not since people have been passing around these fake like exemption cards, but they're totally bogus. There'd be. Frustrating because there are you know a handful of people for whom they really can't wear a mask because they have such a severe psychiatric issue Oregon some sort of medical exemption, but also probably there's a big overlap between the people who would really need a medical exemption and a severe risk of if they contract covid. They're going to not fair as well so people probably shouldn't be spending as much time
The Skeptics Guide
"Today is Wednesday April Fifteenth Twenty Twenty. And this is your host even Avella joining me this week. Or Bob Develop. Everybody Cares Santamaria. Howdy Jay. Novella Guys Evan Bernstein. Well good evening. Everyone not tax day. Every that's not tax day. It goes to tax day. Okay so this has never happened before in the history of our country tax day for as long I think since nineteen well since they adopted April fifteenth as the Tax Day. There's never it's never been postponed until this year. Yeah it's never been moved. It's always been April fifteenth. And we're talking wars. You know we're talking anything everything you can think of. The last seventy years that is that has happened but this virus did it well. I know it's amazing is necessary. Is that definitely definitely necessarily people. Need all the help they can get right now. Financially and otherwise. Yeah that's true because it's not just about filing paperwork on tax day it's about paying what you owe right. I think I probably. Oh quite a bit. But if you're getting a refund you could file whenever you want absolutely yeah. And we've encouraged our clients. They're expecting refunds. Don't wait do not wait. No no point in waiting so those are the ones I've heard from and the people who oh I have not heard from January right. Guess you guys. I got the funniest well. I shouldn't say funny cause was actually very depressing. Email today from a local massage studio here in L. A. Says Cove in nineteen update. Now is the time. We're getting so many. E mails and some of them. Amazing some of the super arbitrary from companies being like in these times of crisis. We're here to tell you that we exist and you're like what I don't need this update but this one is so strange. It says to our massage clients effective today all massage treatments will be cancelled through April fifth. This comes in recommendation from the city. The state and the California massage therapy council safety in wellness of our clientele staff and massage therapist. Our number one priority will be here when this passes in the meantime please be gentle with yourself and practice self care at home. Oh I love that and then immediately after it says. We are still treating chiropractic acupuncture patients. Oh good as your right. Oh and then you have symptoms of Blah Blah Blah. What the heck that makes no sense. Okay Oh it makes zero zero. We'll just keep this in mind. Guys there are people out there who are one hundred percent assured believing that this stuff is totally legitimate. Just like we think like going going physical. You know it's like it's part of their mill you that's it they believe it. Yeah but they're totally exploiting this platelet to promote themselves chiropractors. Some chiropractors are explicitly promoting themselves as a way of boosting your immune system or whatever to treat or prevent covert one thousand nine hundred. Yeah that's pathetic. That's horrible. Yeah not that any of us are surprised me. We've come to learn at. This is what they do. Well it's also just taking advantage of fear and uncertainty. That's out there. You know is basically snake oil salesmen. Do Right. Oh Yeah I'm actually seeing you know. We talked about this. Sometimes that in order to prep for new or in order for me to share kind of like I try to curate different news stories on my twitter feed. I'll go through feed reader every week and it's just been all cova one thousand nine. That's like you know it's hard to find a story. That's not covert related. So I get really excited when I see them but the cool thing is. I'm starting more and more to see at some of the outlets that I really like. People writing about the history of snake oils the history of harmful practices during times of fear and pandemics. And it's really cool that a lot of scientists story ends or digging up some of the things they saw during the nineteen eighteen flu pandemic or when Ebola. I came on the scene and how people were responding to them and writing about that so that we can learn from them. There's some really cool news articles out there. Yeah I mean. Obviously we're using the opportunity to get our message out as well but our messages. Listen to the experts. Yes it's early days. Still you can say novel Corona Virus But even pouching she and others are saying yeah. We're we're two weeks behind reality by the time we sort of get a handle on. What's happening that information's two-weeks-old so we're always playing catch up in a fast moving pandemic and people have gone back and said look there. Statements are changing. Of course they're changing very dynamic lurid situation. They're they're giving show your best information. They can at the time with caveats with the unknowns. You know it's as if it is if like in the middle of my dissertation. My My dissertation chair expected me to stop in the middle of Data Collection. And Give a press conference about all of my find. It like that's happening right now. We only just now collecting the data. We have not had time to analyze it. We're not at the end of the thing yet to be able to say with any certainty that this is how things are over such an impatient society up very much so the thing that drives me insane. Are The people who are critical on? I don't WanNa say guestimations but you know they're critical on projections. As an example. We take the best information we have. We use the the best methodology that we have to try and figure out what the future holds for things that are inherently very chaotic and they turned those types of predictions into they got it wrong and got well. Well we're trying to do. We're trying to make the best damn guesses and projections that we can. That's all that we have other thing is i. I hate it when you make a probabilistic statement you could say like it's ninety percent likely a is going to happen right and ten percent that not a will happen right and then he doesn't tap into you were wrong no are you said it was. It was one hundred percent ninety percent which means ten percent of the time. It's not going to be a right you have to look at the actual statistics say if those how accurate those and be where people who speak in absolutes anyways that's red flag thank you. Yeah that they're trying to sell you something. I think the part. That's so frustrating for me sort of to what you were speaking about. Jay is where individuals and you see this all the time where individuals will say okay. The warnings are out there. We have to social distance physical distance. Sorry we have to do X Y and Z. We have to get out in front of this thing and if we do that we'll be able to reduce the number of deaths because you know the the probabilistic statement is that will lose between X. People and ex people and then we do that. It starts working and they go see. It wasn't that bad every making so and you're watching that properly to to measures that were put in place recommend or the guidelines and recommendations by who the experts. It's amazing. I mean it's just incredible like you cannot get through to some people know. Look at its core. We as critical thinkers have established a trust in science We have a relationship with the methodology behind science and the people who practice that. And that's that is my baseline. That's my core. But the thing that just you know it's such a this is such a basic skeptical tenant that I don't care what the truth is. I just want to know what the truth is. My mood. I believe can change quickly with the right amount of information and proof right. That's that's the part. That's immutable here right. You're invested not invested in the end result. You're invested in the process and you're not sitting here trying to negotiate with truth to get a better outcome or one. That feels more when that feels like more politically salient. And that's a really difficult time. Right now is that there are world leaders there many world leaders and many governments or I should say governors and mayors here in the US who are looking at this thing an evidence based way and that's incredible to see in a time of crisis. They're saying I want to understand what the experts have to say. I want to talk to the garage. Epidemiologists I wanna see what these projections are and I want to do. What's right by the people? The problem is there are a handful of other world leaders. I don't think I have to be explicit. Who are just not interested in evidence and they wanna make decisions based on whether it either be their feelings whether it be what they wish. Were true what what would be more convenient to be true. None of us wish it were like this out there but we know the only road to getting past. This is to look at the
"santamaria" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"We're going to be talking about how we can make devops more friendly and accessible to people who are new either to the community to the concept to the type of work and joining me. Today is Laura Santamaria from log DNA. Laura can you introduce yourself to our guests? Who maybe aren't familiar with you. Tell us a little bit about yourself in why we're talking about this today shore so as Matty said my name's Laura Santamaria. I'm a developer advocate at log. Dna and I come from a self taught background so I just really liked talking about how to get people comfortable how to bring people into the fold of how to do things how a good culture might sound like and my background is pretty checkered. I have a degree in science and then I moved into teaching and education in the Science Museum and then eventually wound my way into programming and development where I own my first system as junior engineer so I learned a lot and I like teaching other people about it. So it's just kind of a really favorite topic of mine to talk about how beginners can start to feel more comfortable. It's really a kind of on point for this. Show and longtime listeners. May remember that back in the heady days of two thousand thirteen when trevor and I started the show this was supposed to be a beginner. Podcast because at the time when I when I was starting to learn about devops in the years leading up till then I listened to a lot of podcasts to learn. They weren't really very geared towards people who were new to it. Which is I realized funny to say that. It wasn't geared to people new to devops when this in twenty eleven in two thousand twelve when devops was only years old. But I felt I had to sort of force my Be able to push through references and things. I didn't have context for so I wanted to create a podcast for people who were new to it. And the the line we always said was this is for the people where your boss read about devops in Inflight magazine and came to you and said hey we need some devops now. What what happened is over. Time realized that that not we have an audience of all kinds of different backgrounds and experience with that. But it's still part of our part of our heart and soul of this show is to be welcoming and introduce this and help people who are just trying to get started so I love that we're talking about this. I'm also amazed that hundred and something episodes in it took us do a show. That's called making devops. Beginner friendly so I guess. We're not the most self-aware podcasts that ever existed but again for longtime listeners you would never refer to us as being self aware. So let's start with it like why. Why is it hard to get started with this? I think this this really gets US. Started into getting into the heart of the matter right away because to me. There's there's so many things that causes devops to be a hard thing for people to get started in so first things first. The definition of devops is really hard to actually nail down. You know everyone keeps saying oh well you can buy devops rate. No you can't buy devops. It's not it's a title now. Yes but it's not something that you can just add to your organization and suddenly you have it. It's a cultural shift. And there's a lot of other things to think about there. In addition though to me to get into this cultural world of being part of a devops team or part of a company that does devops in some shape or fashion. You need to more history. And it's like a chicken and egg problem so you have to have enough background to understand how this whole thing works but you have to get the chance to get into the hardware and get into the experience of what it's like to not have it work to be comfortable there so there's just this weird dynamic of you need to have the experience and you need to have the history and you need to have the hardware and you need to have all of these things but you need to get part of this world before you can get the history of the experience the hardware the anything you can think of to understand the culture. So that's kind of how I see that it's really difficult to break in and feel comfortable. Context is a big part of this right and I think for for folks who have long history in whether it's an operations are kind of or creating software during this in the the why this is better sometimes becomes a little more apparent. Because you've been in the right you know you've you've you've you've seen how it's it's it's it's hard right and so a lot of folks then it's like well this is natural but if you're you're coming into it maybe don't have that context. It's it was interesting. I I find that it could either be that. There's not as much of understanding about why to push through to do the hard things to make it better and then likewise I can also see with with not having their context. Some of this just seems like common sense right like it could also be like wait. Why is this whole movement is? Why wouldn't you do things that way? And then you don't have a it becomes harder to be able to to see how to effect that change. Absolutely if this is the way you're used to it right or this is your introduction to this kind of work and I guess I'd say I'm one of the people who would have that kind of like this is common sense because when I took over that first production instance and I was. It was my first job being an official developer. Things like that. I found myself it a group. Well the REPO itself was built the entire code base. The entire system was built by a team. That was focused on devops. I didn't know anything different. And so for me. It was just came in and this is just how you do things in it makes sense. Of course it makes sense but I always notice that I forget that people don't see it as common sense so when I walk into a new project or a new company and they tell me. Oh well DEV does this. And then we handed to ops and ops does this and marketings over here. Sales is over there. I sit there like wait a minute. Aren't you supposed to work together? Like that's kind of the point of this whole thing and then I forget that. No that's not how we had been doing business for so long so just that experience in general is even more different if you WanNa talk about that kind of context and I think that's too without without having that history. There's a reason that people have been working the way that they've been working. It's not because they were dumb and this was older more traditional structures of engineering and operating systems and everything all the rose to solve problems the way the world looked at. And that's and I think that's where it can be difficult. It seems like this is just an obvious thing and the only reason is because you just can't figure it out in your own fuddy-duddy or whatever kind of thing versus like because when you're trying to affect change you need to figure out how to bring people along for that you need to see where they're at and what their context is and so many things historically seemed like solve problems now right you know I remember you know when I had my new hire orientation when I joined Patriot. Uti and there were a lot of folks in my new higher class who were relatively new in their careers. That were you know. Just just starting out. And they're kind of walking through the history of Patriarchy and explaining the product initially being a for managing notifications and an on call schedule. And I could see folks were like but how is this a problem like this and for me sitting there having lived through a decade before of spreadsheets and email? Aliases and manual things. I was like I would have killed to have had this because things but things were different then right and it's in now. Luckily those are solved problems but not everyone's come along to that yet so so having that that context I think matters but then if somebody's beginning they may beginning devops journey but they also might not be new to to offer engineering or operations. So you know someone new can either be somebody new tack altogether CAN BE SOMEBODY. New to the workforce could be somebody new to this practice. I think we've been talking a lot more about people who either new to tack or new to the job force but maybe we think a little bit about some devops. Beginners are actually very senior inexperienced technologists. But they are from a devops perspective. They're new and what. What do you think might make it hard for like maybe think about? Why is it hard for them right? I was going to say that for me. The biggest thing that I find whenever I'm interacting with people who we consider new whatever their background is is just helping them understand that. You're allowed to ask questions and I think especially with people who have been around the block with being a software engineer being on an OPS team. And they've been in that. Let's say a waterfall model or even just that other culture coming into this culture. They don't feel like they remember how to ask questions. They don't feel like they understand that. This is a safe place to come and say you know what? I don't understand why you're asking me to do this. I know I have all this background. Why are you asking me to do this piece? And I think there's a comfort level and a safety perspective. Almost that is really something that we have to work on maintaining whenever we introduce somebody to this world and it's hard right. This isn't an easy thing. There's entire industries dedicated to. How do you set up conversations right with people who are new to something been around the block a while making that whole space available and interesting and to me? This is one of the biggest things that I think for example devops days. When it's done well this is what devops stays does is. It provides the space to feel comfortable and ask a question and say I don't know what this means and it helps introduce people who are the safe people to ask questions of because they're the ones who are getting up proposing an open space being there and being open to questions and pretty much saying this is your time to ask me anything and I think that's really what a good devops stays does and I think a lot of meet UPS Earth here too but my biggest problem is how do I get them there so that they feel comfortable to show up then. They realize they're starting. It's okay to ask questions. They're starting to understand that once they get there but reaching out to the rest of the community can be a little difficult sometimes so I think another thing to keep in mind. Is that.
Ram, Salisbury clinch men's doubles title in Melbourne
"The doubles final. Men's doubles final. Won by Britain's Joe Salisbury and America's Ranchi Ram and. It was their first. Is the first ever slam for Joe Spur. Who played brilliantly today? And Reggie Fram. I didn't realize this. She study five years of age. He'd never want amendable slam either. He'd WanNa mixed doubles slam last year. What a moment for him? It was something like his fifty eighth. Men's Grand Slam tournament something like that fifty six or fifty eight thirty fine. He got his first one and for it's one of those partnerships switch has massively worked out for both of them. I mean Joe Souls you know not many people knew about each other souls bree eighteen months ago and now he's a grand slam champion. Ram has helped him get over the line and they were. I mean they were the seeded team. They're up against a inexperience this path and they showed their class in that in that match. They were the number of points they created in men's doubles where served dominates was extraordinary. They were so good on. Return and Joe Salisbury. In particular felt like the best buy on the call he was. He was fantastic and he's now put himself in a position to about the Olympics to to be at the Olympics and choice the partner. He's this puts him up to four in in the world and if he's top ten executive Olympics he gets to select his partner and he was asked by by Russell Fuller on the BBC explicitly. They would you like to play with Andy Murray and he said Yeah. I thought it'd be super cool and I'd love that which I mean tough on for Jamie. Murray very tough on but I mean amazing for diesels breed and Rajiv Ram mm-hmm island today used to be coached by Australian tournament director. Craig toilet would you believe I'm you this because when when when he said that unquote that it reminded me. I remember being in the tournament in Qatar in two thousand two when I met Craig Tully Abner Mason. Before he was an aid. Come over I think to sort of run. Some some sort of Kemp's training camps and I got into and I actually Santamaria Good Company. Really really good start to way before his tennis Australia days and he he used to be the head coach or captain of the Illinois University Tennessee he was. He was doing that for about ten years and he ran the whole program at telenor. University and on his team was Rajiv. Ram Delic remember him and he told me about those two and it was one of those where you know somebody tells you about players whose or coming up poor. Who's a college? I remember writing these down on a piece of Bay right. I'm going to look out for these guys you know and see what like What he's like? Mike is a man with a served. That's a carbon copy. If Pete Sampras yes I love it when that happened down to what he does is with his left foot ticks. Yeah it's extraordinary
"santamaria" Discussed on KCRW
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"santamaria" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"And I think the surprise audience for me was more of the adults in the college students. I think people who are really interested in sort of emission of the book in sort of changing this narrative to really highlight some of the people who are already doing this work in that they are women that they are people of color and that they do exist in that you can do to sort of inspirational piece. People who can really get behind that idea tend to be more of the college students of the adults, but it's really got a broad range. And I think one of my favorite things, sometimes we get people who will send in their coloring pages when they're done in sort of seeing the differences in interpretations of how people choose to call her the pages. So it's, you know, it's interesting because as a coloring book, know the images are black and white line drawings, right? So so there aren't a whole lot of indicators there, but a lot of times, especially with younger kids, they'll just draw the person to look like themselves and that's really the whole. That's. Really the whole point right is that you can like you want young people to be able to see themselves in these careers. So I love when I get a coloring page submitted to Mehta share that looks totally different than the person doesn't real life because I think that that's kind of what it's all about because we want people to be able to see themselves in these careers to awesome. Yeah, no, completely off. That just makes me. So I don't know. I get a little misty when I think about it. A mislead just when I think about like young girls of having a new world open up to them just because of access to things like this. Because again, I think about what it was like when I was a little girl and I think that I went through this roller coaster of perspective what I was super young. We did this project in my kindergarten. I think it was where we had these little paper doll cutouts and we were to glue little outfits onto them and you know dress them and kind of prepare them in such a way to show what it is we wanted to be when we grew up in, I still have mine and it says, you know, Dr Santamaria paleontologist on her little name tag and like, you know, I love dinosaurs when I was a little girl like most little kids do and it. It was incomprehensible to me that that wasn't something I could do. But then as I got a little bit older, I started to think, you know, maybe at maybe this isn't for me, maybe it's, you know. That's more of a dude's job. And I don't really see that many women doing this and you know, and I don't even think I could verbalize it..
"santamaria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Ryan community housing Santamaria. Community services, shelter house Saint Francis Saint Joseph Catholic worker house society. Of Saint Vincent depaul Talbert house tender mercies. I mean, it just goes on and on. And on Salvation Army there's so many options of places to go. I mean no one believes they're all, full there's no way they're, all full and that was a couldn't help, but notice when I've seen the homeless. This particular, group on television you might not. Have any place to stay but, you can afford a cell phone Might not have any place. To stay but you. Can afford, your tattoos might not have any place to stay but. You can afford your piercings I mean the. Things I, guess are important to you you. Managed to handle it's the roof over your head thing that's the. Problem I don't have a problem with, telling people you can't stay, there because that's not why we built it, that's not why we put that there Put. That dares, place with a prominent people can stroll have. A good time sit. On some of these benches and enjoy. The atmosphere not. So you could live there I don't know why people think you have the option to live in a. Tax payer provided place to begin with And I just come to this conclusion because they and, my life I've I've, dealt with this mentality before where people basically now they'll, they'll use you till they use. You up when they've used up enough people these are the people who don't have specific mental issues or some do And then. They got nowhere else to go and so they're out in the street I. Think this community has bent over backwards for this crew for a long long time I don't know where exactly where they are at thirteenth and Republic via chance will drive. By and check it, out is a really room for them to. Be down there I have no idea But. Right now I guess the judges said you can't have a. Homeless camp anywhere in Hamilton county at least on public property now if you. Wanna have somebody live in your house because they have an opportunity to go to rose. Law they said no that's too far away from everything so you want to be in the middle of the action you know how much housing has gone for and over. The Rhine right now I. Saw one online the other day was like seven hundred and eighty thousand dollars And they're. Getting free housing down there at thirteenth and Republic so anyway Some people are truly. Down and out, and there's a difference between being broke and being poor, when you're. Broke you plan to do something about it when you're, poor you don't and if you don't plan to do anything about. It there's no? Reason I should care for you more than you do is that fair that main should I care for you more than you do if you. Don't wanna do anything about your present situation where you're beyond poverty stricken I don't know why should care more than. You do There I feel better And speaking. Of poverty pretty interesting, the other day The headline of the article is nobody wants to admit America's beating poverty and kind of lays out a, pretty good argument that if you are poor today you live about as well as a middle class. American did in. The nineteen eighties and that's progress that's pretty good we tend to excuse me to, ignore it because whenever we count the poverty rate we don't include. The money that's redistributed, when we count somebody's income if you're getting Tampa, we don't count that if you're getting food, stamps we don't count that if you're getting Medicaid, we don't count that if you're getting public housing we don't count that we only count the amount of money somebody says they earned in a. Given year and not what they get from taxpayers and the bulk of what they. Live on is what they got from, tax payers so when you add it all together actually people do pretty well and actually do pretty well as compared to other countries to people think we're way behind in. The way. You know serve Services and and monies that we offer poor. Americans as compared to say our European counterparts now we we do about as well. As they do when you actually add, it up so number right here if you include supplemental nutrition assistance that's the food stamps housing benefits tax benefits the earned income tax credits another, one That's sixty five, billion dollars, alone that, goes to low income workers. Last year This is the last forty years to safety net in this. Country shifted substantially toward programs like those and away from just a cash transfer the point is people say that you. Have to redistribute the income and. Then you do and they don't count it Well Why should we redistribute more if you're not gonna count? It when we do the bottom line is that the the average poor person in this country is generally as a roof over their. Head generally has air conditioning generally has colored TV generally has cable or satellite generally has a cell. Phone in some cases you have more than people did in the nineteen. Eighties so those the numbers and the more I'll get to flip on the flip side of a quick, pause which I have to work in and work those anywhere standing by as, well five, one, three, seven, nine seven thousand or eight. Hundred the big rally taking place on the doorstep of the White. House I'm Allison Wyatt on seven hundred w w dot. Com Washington DC is preparing for what could be an unsettling day as a white nationalist rally is set to take place outside the White House all coming on the nursery of the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville Virginia on that, day white supremacists encounter protesters clash in the city streets before at car. Allege Driven by James Alex fields junior crashed into a crowd striking and killing thirty two year old. Heather Hoyer doctors say today they may be unaware that the opioids they're prescribing are leading to overdoses. University of southern California says that may be one of the reasons for. The nation's opioid epidemic US's research was published this month in the latest issue of science magazine aid reveals, the doctors are not made aware when a patient dies from an overdose as, they usually, just, disappear, from, the practice doctors say when. They are made aware of a death they tend to prescribe a. Fewer of those painkillers state health experts are urging parents. To get their children immunized prior to the start of the school year incoming seventh and twelfth grade students are included in add vaccination notice from the state Ohio department of health experts saying. 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Prime Minister, Facebook and Israel discussed on BBC World Service
"And AM New York. Hello I'm Caroline Wyatt and welcome to. The world this week the program that tells you how the world has changed in. The past seven days this was the week when Donald Trump's turbulent tour of Europe closed with a controversial meeting on the president corrected his statement about Russian. Interference in the election the brought him to power energy. Sentence in my remarks I said the word would instead of wouldn't The sentence should have been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be Russian collusion okay awesome we ask? Are, we seeing the decline of the west the week when. Europe and Japan signed the world's biggest trade deal even though others are being torn. Up and when lynchings in India provoked action from an unexpected quarter does he has a sort of role where it can advise governments on certain policies or. Even set policies in a way that you wouldn't think. A court would do all that after this Hello Jerry Smith with the BBC news Israeli military officials say they've, been no further airstrikes or other operations. On targets in the Gaza Strip since last night the Palestinian group HAMAs says a ceasefire has been brokered by the. United Nations and Egypt but on Friday Israeli forces hit dozens. Of targets in Gaza there's Tom Bateman reports the strikes came after an Israeli soldier was shot dead the. First such talented for Israel since the? Start of regular protests which? Have. Seen. More than, one hundred and forty Palestinians killed buys ready forces since March early this morning HAMAs announced a ceasefire agreement but, there was no comment from Israel the latest exchange of fire raised fears of a significant escalation between? The. Two sides with Israel's defense minister earlier warning it was being pushed towards a broad and painful military operation the UN's envoy to the region warned that Gaza was on the brink of Of war and urged restraint members of the conservative People's Party in Spain choosing a new leader to replace Marianna ROY is retiring after being ousted as prime minister in a, confidence vote last month thousands of delegates gathered at a hotel in Madrid to hear, the two candidates make final appeals support. The former deputy prime minister psoriasis on day Santamaria is vying for the top job along with the thirty seven year. Old congressman Pablo Casado he's about to take the party further. To the right the winner will lead the opposition to Spain's minority socialist government Facebook has suspended another data collection firm from using it, site well let's investigate claims the Boston-based crimson hexagon. Maybe using people's information to build surveillance tools here's Dave Lee crimson hexagon says it collects the vast amounts of public data in order to provide consumer insights something, that is not against Facebook's policies however the. Wall Street Journal newspaper has reported that. Data firm worked with a group linked to the Kremlin as well as various US, government agencies using Facebook data for surveillance is against the sites policies and so the network has launched. An investigation Cuba's lawmakers are expected to approve a new constitution later today which will then be put to a public vote, this weeping reforms. Would see private property recognized for the first time since. One thousand nine hundred seventy six more grant is in Havana The new president Megan the canal is seeking to preserve the socialist character of the Cuban revolution or boosting the long stagnant economy on the island nevertheless state and military run. Entities will remain dominant in Cuba are the. Key changes include the introduction of a prime minister to the, Cuban political system dividing the roles of head of. State and head of government and the imposition of term limits on the presidency of two consecutive five-year terms world news from the BBC Pakistan's malady minority community say they're boycotting the forthcoming elections because of what they say are discriminatory laws they've, complained that Ahmad is being placed on a separate voter registration, list categorizing them as non Muslim community leaders say this violates their right to religious self identity as Muslim Investigators examining how seventeen people died when the terrorist boat sank on a lake.
Israel pummels Hamas targets in Gaza after gunman kills Israeli soldier
"Problems with democracy be next very good example I think of how things can perhaps change, as rutta something as simple as a film with me in the studio my two guests writer and editor Justin quirk and Sally leaves. Lee who trains companies and governments on protecting. People business from extreme incidents that's. All here on this edition of weekend Now the world news Hello Jerry Smith. With the BBC news the Palestinian group HAMAs says it's agreed a ceasefire with Israel off an upsurge of violence. In the Gaza Strip the cease-fire is reported to be holding on Friday the Israeli, military said his trunk dozens of targets in Gaza Middle East. Correspondent Tom vaping reports the s strikes came after an Israeli soldier was shot dead the first such fatality for Israel since the start of regular protests which have seen more than, one hundred and forty Palestinians killed buys. Rarely forces since March he was targeted by militants from the perimeter fence in southern, Gaza early this morning HAMAs, announced a ceasefire agreement but there was. No comment from Israel the latest exchange of fire raised fears of a significant escalation between the two sides with Israel's. Defense minister earlier warning it was being pushed towards a broad. And painful military operation the UN's envoy to the region warned that Gaza. Was on the bridge Think of war and urged restraint president Manuel Santos of Columbia has welcomed former rebels to. Congress at the opening of the new parliament the Faulk has five senators and five, members of the house of representatives as part of the peace. Deal reached in two thousand sixteen the to former commanders did not attend nNcholas Russia has the details president Santos said he was happy to see former rebels who fought the state, for five decades now respecting the constitution. And the country's laws the precedent twin sister in office next month it's the new, legislators and his successor to, defend peace in Colombia mister Duke wants. To prevent former rebels from sitting in congress until they're investigative for crimes committed during the civil war Facebook has suspended. Another data collection firm from using it site while it investigates. Claims the Boston-based crimson hexagon may be using people's information to build surveillance Tools Facebook suspended British. And, Canadian based analytic firms for similar reasons, earlier this year Dave Lee reports crimson hexagon. Says it collects the vast amounts of public data in order to, provide consumer insights something that is not against Facebook's policies however the Wall Street Journal newspaper has reported that data firm. Worked with a group linked to the Kremlin as well as various US government agencies. Using Facebook data for surveillance is against the sites policies Dave Lee The Spanish conservative People's Party is due to select a, new leader to replace Mariana Rockaway retiring. Of, to me ousted as prime minister in a confidence vote last month the former deputy prime minister Sarah science day Santamaria is running against the Thirty-seven-year-old congressman Pablo Casado would take the party further to. The right You're listening to world news from the BBC Disney has sacked the US film, director James Gunn after the discovery of. Tweets which included jokes about rape and paedophilia the guardians of the. Galaxy director, has since apologized for the messages Disney said the. Comments were indefensible and inconsistence with its values Cuba's lawmakers. Are expected. To approve a new constitution later today which will. Then be put. To public vote the sweeping reforms would say private property recognized for the first time since nineteen seventy six and the state's control. Of, the economy will be drastically reduced same sex marriage could. Be legalized from Havana will grant reports the new president Miguel Diaz canal is seeking to preserve the socialist character of the Cuban revolution or boosting the long stagnant economy on the island nevertheless state and military run. Entities will remain dominant in Cuba that much has been made, repeatedly cleared by both row Castro and president DS canal in the lead up. To this point are the key changes include the introduction of a prime minister to. The Cuban political system dividing the roles of head of state and, head of government and the imposition of, term limits on the presidency of two. Consecutive five-year terms round Castro who is eighty seven remained as the. Leader of, the Cuban communist party when he stepped down as President this year and headed the commission which drew up. These changes investigators examining how seventeen people died when the terrorist, boat sank colleague in the US state of Missouri of appeal for witnesses to..
Gender and Race Politics in the Writers' Room
Gender and Race Politics in the Writers' Room
"santamaria" Discussed on The Writers Panel
"And check the s d c c website and app for where these panels are happening all right on with the show today's episode is a really great one in fact it was bumped up in the rotation because i feel like it's such a an important and interesting and sort of heartfelt conversation the guests are unbelievable writers sherwood edwards who is working on a current cbs series called red line which will be out next year shell so worked on an with an e the end of green gables show she went ibooks journal that i know who you have to have on this with me my friend vera santamaria who is we're so funny together and they are so funny other absolutely charming and vera is a writer for orange is the new black bow jack horsemen a whole bunch of shows both sheldon vera worked for a while in canada before coming to los angeles to work in american tv less than ten years ago and then we're rounded out by christine boylan who's a terrific writer been working again for a number of years she's got all the nerd cred from the punisher and cloak and dagger most recently she's writing the feature script for painkiller jane which i know a lot of people are excited about and she talks about it a little bit it sounds really cool so i hope you'll enjoy this conversation as much as i did before any of that i've teased for the past six months that i have some projects to announce and i'm excited to finally get to announce one of them it's called heck's wives it's a new comic book from vertigo comex vertigo of course was the home twenty five years ago of sandman and preacher and fables and like these greats creator owned books that for many of us were inspirational and aspirated all like these were big stories being told in the comic book format which is a unique storytelling mode and i'm finding that more and more with exwives so here's what happening heck's wives is the pitch is what if samantha stevens from bewitched were not a suburban housewife by choice she has all this power and she's here cooking dinner and cleaning for her husband so what happens when she starts to realize that that is not who she is in fact she's sort of immortal witch part of the head of a powerful coven who are her neighbors and who are all sort of starting to wake up and realize that indeed they're stronger together that's the pitch and vertigo has been so amazing in their support of this book they are an absolute pleasure to work with heck's wives as part of a big relaunch of vertigo comex which will be happening in the fall but we'll be talking about it at comecon and we'll start to leak stuff out in the next few months this relaunch is really cool and exciting they have seven new books they're all these really smart highconcept books from writers like eric sql and brian hill and zoe quinn who you know the like the famous gamer and rob sheridan who is the art director for nine inch nails tina horn who is the host and producer of wire people into that podcast it's a sex advice podcast she's a sex activist and educator so it's all bunch of really interesting people with strong points of view with things to say and i'm lucky just to be part of this hanging on for dear life and hoping they don't realize that i'm just a television hack they're all really smart and contemporary feeling books they're all they all feel like books that the creators of them were compelled to write good vertigo comics dot com check out the descriptions of these books 'cause they're all really cool on heck's wives it was important to me me to be if not the only male voice sort of in the minority this is a book about women and this is a book about powerful women and it was important to.
"santamaria" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"High school in this came out we'll strobe into a telephone pole thank you that's a watermelon man mongo santamaria tomorrow's alternative bump music friday it's where we mix it up pretty good that has nothing to do with the bump music i just tossed in there i've got a couple of grids of bump music and shows us that when we may we may bump out with that one well i was the year sixty seven actually i was probably graduated from high school sixty five sixty six that's mongo santamaria and affect derek could you find out when mongo santamaria came out with watermelon man it's a herbie hancock his version of it though is just outstanding i'm starting to wonder how can if you're a secret double agent near maybe not even american citizens you never heard that before well if i did it could have been long time ago it's just not familiar to all right well okay highly suspect anyway what's up ken i just wanna make a quick comment now dare your commercial break you play ads from the nra promo pieces stick does in their correct well the sad thing was about that ad was references to standing up to his llamas extremists and i just wanted to say it makes me sad that the nra actually believes that these people who are committing acts of violence are extremists because once again let's speak the truth of the people of the as llamas faith who are committing acts of violence are devout faithful followers of they are not extremists that's the guy that's doing i don't have it handy otherwise would play we rotate i don't know there's public thirty those i snagged those explain this before i saw on tv i thought these are outstanding so what i did is i grabbed a bunch of them and we play we play the audio there's actual visual that goes along with those but that guy right there that's talking if i'm not mistaken that's either one of the guys that was in benghazi one of the operators or it's what's his name marcus latrell i can't remember i think it's marcus latrell so that that's one of the seals and he's choosing to use that language those guys made those up on the spot by the way the sad thing is is that language is not correct it's low.
"santamaria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One prominent religion in regular and all over cuba is santa maria during the colonial rule the spanish forced catholicism onto slaves and suppressed the religions and practices that the slaves had brought with them from africa in order to protect their traditional beliefs some slave communities aligned their daddy's with the catholic saints so that they could worship them in secret this merge is what gave rise to modern santeria which literally means worship of saints to learn more about the role of music and dance in santa maria we met up with sonia perez casado amuse ecology and radio producer nice to meet you i am fine how are you wonderful i can't tell any spanish rich santamaria is a religion with many deities called orissa's and worshippers will often have one in particular that special to them we have mania risha each half your son you have express you're you're sixty your your personality can you give us an example of a specific and specifically recognize specific movement maybe that would help somebody to understand jameh who says who am i who says who am i uhhuh who do warlord oh hey my he's my day to seen for you what did that what did those words mean that you were singing lead russ dna in career this music just sound for you is expressed in regional language of this african population that has transmitted from one generation to another amanita mimi medic way our translator at waldo helping us out there the rituals sonia and yellow have been describing are sacred it's a bit of a hidden world it's difficult to get access to but we've been really lucky and found a group of musicians and two dancers toto and adriana who've agreed to give us an exclusive performance.
"santamaria" Discussed on X96
"Well there's a story that with the word dismembered in the title i'm listening i know you are dead and dismembered goats chickens and other animals were found in a san antonio area home after police responded to calls of a suspected animal sacrifice ritual santamaria at least a dozen people were arrested and charged with animal cruelty there's a misunderstanding but we're not gonna talk about it a woman at the door told fox twenty nine bekcer county sheriff's deputies found the group inside a garage where a woman was cutting up animal parts and another person was draining the blood out of a chicken into a container well here's they're having some sort this is the this is the the police the police state is interfering with a right to practice religious this peers they were having some sort of unknown ritual said you're not unknown to them just unknown to you officers found eleven suspects gathered in a circle they do also found multiple data mutilated animals at the residents including goats and chickens spiral people were arrested and they're going to face animal cruelty charges so the sacrifice didn't work then it doesn't say carey it doesn't say if it's santamaria were not what else would it be well it could have been say satan ritual it could be quits of success one of the two so we talked a little bit about this yesterday.
"santamaria" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And how the kept the chickens got there and the discoveries obviously under investigation this appears to be something involving santamaria which all kinds of voodoo forget it yet to protect the person from being found guilty of a crime and as the connecticut ports post reports the cabinet chickens have been found outside city court houses before but never inside so this appears to be an alarming transi we can get on it for more that's a walkout situation if i find that tomorrow i think and you walk out i think that both defeat though chickens eat on old guy radio when we return i'm tony kornheiser you're listening to the tony kornheiser show the old guy radio for the day nigel explain this choice on this day in nineteen fifty nine buddy holly made his last recordings in his apartment in greenwich village and this was one of the songs on this along with great song peggy sue got married this is courses crying waiting hoping which in at things besides the peggy sue got married he also recorded that's what they say what do learning the game and that makes it the top i know it's an old movie in terms of critical commentary the buddy holly story and i know that gary abuse c is completely nuts before he's greg maffei great moving the buddy holly story is a great move he received an oscar nomination for catholic magazine that i would say though i read monetti come out thirty years ago parents you know is one of his first move yeah either that or the shape of water so i had this the skaarfish shunned when you madonna will be nameless uh in which i said did you see this and i was told yes so did you like is it yachts it's pretty good and i said i don't wanna see it they said white said because it's a meal.
"santamaria" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The day shoveling while they could they got more than a half a foot of snow and our wbz's a jones took a walk around the snowy neighborhoods george plows for the city of worcester by met him as he pulled into the cleared space next to his home and grabbed a shovel to help the women next door even though he'd been on the job away more than twenty four hours for six o'clock pierce that i just trying to finish up all a properties and go to bed uh huzzah feel are you a like a little fun drunk at this point a little bit fred fix well not quite one more sidewalk in westerly anna jones wbz newsradio 1030 lawn winters nap all right this story is literally stinky but it's a serious story as well in terms of what is impacted hundreds of thousands of raw sewage is spewing right down to pristine nantucket sound a main burst last night possibly related to the weather i spoke today was roberto santamaria director of the health department on then talk at i asked him if there was any other solution to this problem than contaminating the sea of right now it is really the only pollution if we were to shut down to cook boom it would backup homes and it would create a major public health crisis miba crew was flown in by chopper today to try to help fix the broken main this is in the ground it could be fixed tonight or could be days and yes they have alerted the epa saddam maria also tells me they can't put out containment booms to trap the raw sewage because the harbour is caked in ice wbz news time 512 let's go right on over to tom cutting now and the as ticket com sports studio sells home to the minnesota timberwolves tonight no the patriots trinity in the forward network major peace ownership out of it.
"santamaria" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Um it's a lovely taurer it's is very you know some sections we took the 25 we took whatever the other rhode is that cuts off from the 101 after santamaria to go to santa barbara like the one fifty four fifty fast the lake and yet all that yeah so i too i tried to take and then i got on pc age like i took like if ongoing way i took the good way and uh you know it's quiet in refined and it the shocks are a little tired but they got they did the job gearboxes very nice fifty lara bonds rose but you can feel a very precise the watches easy i mean it was honestly the cars so a s i got 24 maza gallon i can't tell i haven't run at low enough on fuel yet i have a feeling that i might have the in d'oro fuel tank have exempt must be a hundred leaders is huge was stocks a 60 allow so you can get a big fucking gan that so they could have a bigger tank in the race card yeah but you can sort of at a new new nine eleven use two different says fuel tanks at um either that or like you know all of the fuel tank it shows the top half of the gauge like i'm not really sure i haven't run at low enough yet to really know what it does get twenty four miles a gallon on the highway and it does get 20 running around town night as my most of its my most fuelefficient and most comfortable car that i own right and that's where it's supposed to get from the factory to the monica i read this back to his twitter he highway really i'll get.
"santamaria" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"Hit me up on on twitter care santamaria let me know about it okay that's enough preamble let's get into the can show i'm so excited about this one as i mentioned she is an illustrator annan animator she has a lot of background in scientific illustration she has a beautiful technique to her work and her most recent project was i was also involved with is called the secret world of animal sleep on smithsonian earth without any further ado here she is orally beat lay will orly thank you so much for joining me today thanks for having me i'm really happy to be here yeah this is going to be a lot of fun so i think the last time i saw you is over a year ago that makes sense he added because we work together on this really wonderful new series four smithsonian earth called the secret world of animal sleep i did the easy part which is lend my voice you did the insanely hard and tireless par which is animate the whole damn thing i don't know how easy or part was to be honest views envious of lake the the science disney princess experience collide that's awesome i love it you put that but yeah i mean this was a real labour of love wasn't a it's how many episodes did we end up doing was at five or six so we did six epas waited six and it was a production that actually took about not like almost two and a half years to make.
"santamaria" Discussed on The Big Web Show
"The gray box metal lot of jason santamaria wrote about it fifteen years ago yeah it does worry about you were probably in high school but uh but the idea was that you'd if you're designing something you don't introduced color that this is an old designed tricky don't countries colored yet so he no you may if you're designing a logo in its color dependent than you might have a problem and not realize it or if you're layout looks great with that you know that big ready image on that blue background it may be too late to to realize that you actually just a particular color combination happened to be working in making it looked like it was better designed and it was and as soon as the client puts the real art in place it's not going to look that way so are just a simple idea of designing everything in grey scale will uh first you had a talk to you about an experiment by natalie do bay yeah so she it's a great idea in theory so it was a student project that i discovered on the internet and voice which he did was tipped coloured pencils uh that normally would have just the caller on the the painter coating on the outside of the pencil so you know like red orange green all that sort of thing ends because of the idea that a colorblind person might pick up the pencil and not actually understand what the caller was she took.