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The Love in the Time of Corona

The Promised Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

The Love in the Time of Corona

"We have this matter that we're following with alert interesting. Great concern a corona virus round up. If you will as part of an occasional series that we call the promised. Podcast ponders a fraction of our reactions to the viruses exactions including rabbis region. While gauging the contagion will begin our corona roundup with this Susan a physician gets from the regional coordinator of mcabe health services through a WHATSAPP group of healthcare providers constant updates about the corona virus usually announcements press and sometimes detailed memoranda about changing rules and procedures issued by the Ministry of Health as well as a report of each new reported cases of infection with so much happening so quickly over the past week or phone is basically constantly abuzz with a nearly steady stream of updates among them. She received this week a WHATSAPP message with the bold heading a clarification of health ministry procedures beneath which was this which I read in its entirety quote. The general public is instructed to avoid hugging kissing in any unnecessary contact with acquaintances. Ashkenazim continued to act as you always do end quote. Of course doctors are not the only ones on high alert as a result of the epidemic rabbis to our consider for instance the following six examples example one Ashkenazi chief. Rabbi Dovid Lao announced last week that owing to the potential spread of the virus. No one should kiss a Mizzou on a door frame which could easily become a vector. Lau said in a statement quote. There is no doubt that one should not kiss Missoula or touch it at all. It is enough for a person to think when he enters or leaves a room about what is written in the Mitsubish Ma prayer and that will accompany him on his way and quote. Rabbi Lau added that quote there is no commandment or obligation to kiss a missoula that is simply a custom with ancient roots. That became traditional end. Quote number two asked whether a person in home quarantine me fulfill the commandment of hearing the scroll of Esther read on Purim which we celebrated this week via facebook live or some other form of audio or video transmission via telephone. Rob Schlomo Avi Nair. The rabbi of Baked L. And the head of the Authority shall Sheva gave a long learning and very ambivalent answer that ended with this quote in Summary. One under quarantine out of fear of corona may fulfill his obligation to read the mcgilla and here the mcgilla by telephone or live video and may read alone at home from a Kosher Mikaela written by hand on parchment by authorize scribe. He is not obligated to chant but he must read without mistakes and quote three on Monday. A mostly virtual mass prayer vigil took place with a core of rabbis and yeshiva students. I R. L. At the grave of Shimon Borrego high on Mount Rhone live streaming. There live prayers Shimon Barrio. High was the second century disciple of Rabbi Akiva by tradition considered to be the author of the Zohar the Great Proto cabalistic book that is the lowest classes of Jewish mysticism. According to tradition Shimon Barrio high was sentenced to death by a Roman governor and he went on the Lam living for thirteen years in a cave near Dera sustained by dates and cabs alone by the time his self quarantine ended Shimon bar Yo high was riddled with disease but cured himself by bathing in the warm springs of Tiberius with makes him a patron rabbi of our president health crisis among the prayers available on a specially prepared Internet downloadable text on the knowsley called prayers to stop the plague passages from the Zohar Tim Psalms and more number four when asked by student weather. The Quote Dangerous Virus Corona symbolizes a prophecy or heavenly sign. Rabbi Zamir Cohen the author of the bestselling available on Amazon for thirty three ninety nine book the coming Revolution Science discovers the truths of the Bible and the founder of the Hebrew Institute said among

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"schlomo" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"schlomo" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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MacBreak Weekly

01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Feature on WordPress dot com. I will very definitely check anything that that empowers journalism is. I I really think we're starting to turn the corner. Now that we've got people who started off as whose careers as journalists started off in the internet age. So they don't have to they can start a new business. That's not based on classified ad revenue and on tire ads and on grocery ads that they're sure they're going to be getting every single day. We're starting to turn a corner where you've got that sort of awareness of here's how we can build this business here. So we can deliver news to the community. But also be able to pay people to do that. Because the quality of journalism goes up when you can actually make people that make people work fulltime on it instead of having to sorta squeeze it in. Let's that's why Instagram that's why people are sort of fishing for. Hey, give us a free hotel room. And we'll blog about your about your thing. If you're if they're making enough money that they can pay for their own damn hotel rooms and by their own tech products. You're he got a certain level of installation. And now we're seeing more sophisticated tools like this that say that we can not only what we it's not just about publishing. It's also about the business ends. Of things, and we can integrate that into WordPress in a way that will essentially make the thing run with less supervision than required before I really think this is another indication that's turning the corner that maybe you'll never be able to start a brand new newspaper print publication again. But the people who really want to continue to deliver news to Worcester.

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MacBreak Weekly

03:40 min | 3 years ago

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"And the next to the next level is not having to one level is as trusting a company like apple the other level is I don't have to trust company. I know that this has been does not connected anything else et cetera. Yep. I'm on the site right now and trying to figure out where to give them my money. Because that's the thing is like because people often say how do you trust? How do you like I do not trust any single company? I trust technology behind AS encryption. Yeah. Trust trust. That's right. Yeah. That's fair. Well, I want to counter gyms recommendation of rock and roll with a recommendation Andy will like I just found a new streaming music service that focuses on classical music Zoe's been for me an issue. I love, you know, all kinds of music, but classical music wallet is on apple music and the in Spotify. Every wells often gets short shrift. And if you search for something you're just as much going to find a a pop song as a classical song. So and the other thing I like about this is you. You could they're different subscription levels depending on your bit rate. So the base bit rate is three hundred twenty kilobit MP three which is which is a fine. And that's a fairly affordable eight dollars a month or eighty dollars a year. So it's a little bit less than apple music. But if you want loss Luis twenty four bit flag streaming and you've got the right devices for it fifteen dollars a month hundred fifty dollars a year. So if you really care about audio quality and classical music, I think this is really interesting, and I've enjoyed it quite a bit. They have a two week free trial still deciding whether I'm going to end up ponying up the money or not. But I just I love the ability to just kind of sound the stream quality classical music. Listen to it all the time. And I interesting play prime. You know, the the pro- the problem of of classical cataloging is so bad that that's one of the main reasons why switched from my teams to plex the ability to simply say that. Yes. The the the. Ability and say that I I'm interested in this recording of this opera because these two singers are singing on it. So please don't make me sort it by the orchestra and the conductor that will never remember either of those things, and please don't please. When it comes up on my phone. I want to know that this is this is the second act aria from the title of the second act area. I don't want to have to see Mozart com. Colon the adoption from the Saraga. Leo colon Dr colon orchestra and after wait twelve seconds to find out. What track I'm listening to? So. Yeah, that's sounds like a really great idea that that's a problem that needs to be solved. This it does support airplay. If you're on an apple device, they have a chrome. I'm sorry. I Android version. I haven't checked to see if his supports chrome cast now that the Crump cast audio is dead while who cares. But no kidding. But I it doesn't yet. Have a Sonos connection. Maybe it will. It's. Brand new and the software is fairly new. And so I think but so far so good. I I'm really enjoying it. And I I just often we'll have this on in the background of the one of the things I'd like is some of the playlists are really interesting. So it's called prime phonic. It's at prime phonic dot com. And you could try it free for two weeks. And I just thought I'd mention that because you've got your rock and roll well represented now, you've got your classical music, and now you've got break weekly. Thank you everybody. Jim always great to see you. Thank you so much. Thank you. Appreciate it. Love to be here. Loop insight dot com at dalrymple anything you.

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MacBreak Weekly

02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"What? Well, what they well. What they actually do is. They have their servants have a way of Tony that all of a sudden everybody is is active as asking for Elliot to do something at the same time. We're gonna guess that this is a commercial or this is a radio thing that's happened. So we're going to basically ignore that f- f it was a legitimate request. They'll per the person's just ask it again. And no harm. No foul. Okay. But yeah, but but but they're doing something. I had a Mike Google home. Max is right above like, my bedroom TV. And so I was as part of research. I was in bed until eleven AM watching watching watching some like Google corporate videos in which the latest ad which is just hey, hey are mo- Hake. Gyro do this do this and the it was lighting up, but not responding. So it's not just that. Because not everyone was watching that at the same time. Okay. Now. Women. You got gear. Mo you got Schlomo. And you got alley OSHA. Yes. What do you? Call cortana. I don't go for dinner. We can say it's it's it's it's the one name this week. It's because say Cortana Cortana Cortana here because nothing happens. Leo, the iphone the new iphone battery cases, just went live. Oh. Is that I didn't even know there were gonna S s. tennis. Max tennis the hump cases. Yep. The hump cases. Should we talk? Amongst ourselves. I don't know. I don't mind. I don't like them. I think they look funky. See they have good good characteristics. Be under iphone accessories. What are the good characteristics? They instead of a lot of cases do as they get in the way of the signal. So the radio has to ramp up more power charge. It these out of the way, and they have ten amplifiers. Also a lot of battery cases put the iphone in plugged in mode, which which spirals up all the networking and all the updating these keep iphone and mobile mode. So it's not expending all the extra energy..

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MacBreak Weekly

04:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Winter go from there. We've got five Jay. What did you just have four G and just make that little bit of faster and make that the highest peak? So the iphone tennis, tennis, max ten are only have Intel for g chips in it. Yeah. What Williams said in his testimony on Monday is we were going to because we wanted to five G, you know, every major Android vendor in the US has a five G phone Intel's five G modem. Isn't it expected to hit phones it till twenty twenty Williams said the strategy was to dual source in two thousand eighteen as well we were working toward doing that with Qualcomm? But in the end, they would not support us or sell us chips. He said last year. Yeah. If you're on Verizon, you got the Qualcomm if going everywhere else you've got the Intel. Yeah. And of course, apple famously slowed down the Qualcomm. So it would be as dumb as the Intel. He said he contacted Qualcomm CEO to get him to sell chips to apple and Qualcomm refused apple had to call and tell CEO ask him to supply all the modems news for the iphone instead of only half the volume. He had to scramble William said, we would have loved to continued access to Qualcomm tech. So it's not an apple doesn't want. Qualcomm. They too. Yeah. They just don't. Want to pay them against it's the gold standard them as much as being asked? Yeah. Yeah. All your prop. If you have a Qualcomm modem, all your problems are solved. You do not have to worry about anything in terms of compatibility and connectivity. And speed. I don't want to pay apple thousand dollars for an iphone. So there. Sell it to me for less? You know, that's. Yeah. I mean, combining a different phone. Yeah. And and also the from two apples apples defense is sort of like that would be like if they're saying, yes, you can buy an iphone, but you were marking up one hundred twenty dollars because we're also selling you a pair of air pods. And you can't buy it without air pods. But I don't wanna hear pods. Well, it's too bad. You're getting it. Anyway, that's the that's the argument about how Qualcomm is abusing the markets. But that's selling it to you like mesh this Leo's like not that you don't wanna buy an iphone that you don't wanna percentage of your gross revenue price. Okay. That's the same base price that everybody else as right? It's maybe maybe maybe the better analogies TicketMaster. It's like, why am I why am I being charged an extra thirty dollars for the eighty dollar ticket because usually you say because service fee. Service fee. Apple's going to start selling the home pot in China soon. That'll be an interesting just should gender. Yeah. It's wonderful little we'll start disappointing users on a whole other language. They've been doing that on iphone for years. I is it a so every time I say, hey, you know, who in my kitchen? I mean, I'm fifteen feet away from my home pot. I'm sitting distantly I'm right next to my phone, but the home pot takes over every single time. Is that is that supposed to happen? It's it's it's Jim good. The the way that it works is if your device, whatever device you won your phone or your watch is active than that will answer. But the homepage always act that hey thing it's not playing anything. It's just, but it's always active compared to listening to you. Leo, but all of those judges communicate. Among themselves and say, okay, who's gonna take this? Right. And if nothing is being used like you don't lift your your watch to to your mouth or you don't lift your iphone make it active than the home pod will be the one to answer the call. So what I should do is shake my phone before. I say Shlomo. Hey, Sean, oh or hit it hit with a hammer that that always works. Nintendo cartridge that works for me to be crazy. I do have to the NFL because whatever that you know, that during all the NFL games, they say, hey, Shlomo. Gimme the scores or something. Nuts because my home pot always hears it and always launches into a fifteen minute tirade. They've they changed is this your experience to Jim. They change something this weekend it stopped activating. It. I the during the college football game going on watch. Craze was yeah. Yeah. I do know with other systems. They've they've does that they fuss..

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MacBreak Weekly

04:14 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm almost at the state where I'm just going to wait to see who's still alive. Two years makes it so interesting is that like, absolutely Qualcomm. Is you get every dollar you can. But there's a point where you're sure you're short term gain comes at the expense of your long term viability. And again, I use a Microsoft example, where they rode windows, so hard that it caused them to ignore other potentials that could have no lots I wanted to see on the market, and Qualcomm, I they have that licensing net patent arm, which is so important to them. But that comes a little bit at the expense of their chipset business. And they they want people to pay based on the price of the device because they believe their component is so important that it's worth more than just a component itself. But you you can't scale that like suddenly the the phones or cameras now the people by phone because of the cameras we make the sensor we deserve part of the entire phone price. Oh, but you know, the chipset and we're making we're we're founding these processes for you people by because the set. So now, we want a part of the there's only so many parts of that phone that you can divvy up, and I think Qualcomm would have an amazingly robust business and would have an amazing growth. Served if they're like, okay? He pays for the chip in license these products, and, you know, everyone shakes hands and goes home afterward. It's it's it's it's hard to say could also play an I'm I'm explicitly playing devil's advocate here as opposed to a certain point of view that I hold dear to myself. There is you could make a devil's advocate could make a comparison to Apple's defense of their iphone business that yes, they have so many other businesses. But really if the iphone were to go away magically tomorrow, they would be screwed with a double k in the in the word screwed. Nonetheless, Qualcomm isn't a lot of other businesses. They make cebu's they make wifi chips make bluetooth bluetooth trips mobile processors game processors, but the the lion share their money comes from cellular modems. Because again, this is what they've built their business around. So it's it's hard. I don't understand the business enough to have a really good opinion on who's absolutely right. And who's absolutely wrong ear I? Hope it doesn't come to a point where users experience will suffer. Because the thing is we really like Qualcomm chips in our modems. They really work extremely well. Especially if you travel as specially if you're in parts of the world where there isn't there aren't really really great unified cellular networks, and you have to keep buying coverage as you go. So again, I'm like. Feel it just feels like the one company you don't wanna encourage to make their own ships as apple just given. Yeah. You're exactly right. That's that's something. You don't want to do. And you know to Andy's point, you know, who's who's expressly, right? And who's expressive around? I think in situations like this. There isn't one company. That's completely right one. That's completely wrong by you know, I know that Reynosa jokingly and not jokingly and don't want to encourage apple to start making its own chips. We've created a whole new network that's better than any standard. We could have. Have lost. So. I had to pay I had to pay the quote, I had to pay the Qualcomm tax on my iphone, even though there hasn't been CDMA anywhere in Canada for I think a decade now just because they demand that regardless of where you are. And I could have paid. I don't know twenty thirty bucks conceivably less for my phone because I just had a regular GSM modem like the small small country off the top of your hat. The according to Jeff Williams at seven dollars and fifty cents per phone. That's that's a lot f. I think what I think some of the companies that are suing organizations pursuing Qualcomm have said it's high as twenty, but that's another area that I can't really find out where the actual number it ships, and the license I think you them both together to get the so you have to buy the. Yeah. And the license that goes, let's 'cause you don't get the license with chips as far as I remember. It would be nice that the license came with chips. And you're saying that in order to make phone even if you don't need the CDMA architecture, you need a license that.

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MacBreak Weekly

04:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Yeah. I think that's a very big opportunity. So it's the watch is just to the entry the other question. I have is is can you describe this really to Tim cook? Now, I think Steve became very interested in health as he was dying. And I think Tim as he sitting there watching him pass away. Also. And I think he's even said this became very aware of this. But this is really gift Tim, cook credit. I think for that one for saying maybe for privacy Steve was big on that. But but absolutely for health and Jeff Williams too. I mean, the heels just sit there and tell me they deeply believe in in privacy and health and all of these things it's not it's not trendy for them. It's just part of the expression of what they believe their companies should be used for. Yeah. Well, and you can tell the Jeff has really taken up the baton here for for health. And and when you hear him speak. This is something that that he really believes in. So let's talk about Qualcomm. Against just keeps on giving. The last time we talked apple had to stop selling its iphone seven and eight in Germany. Well, German court is now thrown out Qualcomm spat case against apple just earlier today. This is a big reversal for Qualcomm, the regional court in the city of mon- Heim. That's that's the big town where the make steam rollers right dismissed the Qualcomm suit has groundless dad, dad. Saying same the patent question was not violated by the installation of its ships in Apple's smartphones. Apple said, we're happy with the decision Qualcomm. Well, you know quad comes not happy apple has a history even fringing our patents while we disagree in between licensing and chipsets within Qualcomm is it's kind of well, I didn't know this. But I maybe I I learned this here. But Qualcomm refused to sell apple. It's chips for the latest generations. I thought apple was trying to get over a move to Intel to get out of this. But in fact, it was they wanted to buy the Qualcomm chips, and they couldn't well that's part of the problem here. It's it's sort of like what the old Intel the Intel lawsuits where or the the old make laws where in order to have one. You have to have the other. And then they will penalize you. If you don't go all in with them. And that's the all of the maintenance coming out, and I think that's why so many independent jurisdictions are also going after Qualcomm never mind, the apple lawsuit that'll trade commission and other commissions and other countries. Is because they were doing that sort of. But they were doing the things you do. And you abuse a position like bundling. And like they could choose they could choose not to be part of standards. They can say we're doing their own proprietary thing. We think it's amazing. If you wanna use it will make sure that it works where it works. But they're like, no we want everybody to use it. But now we want to talk to only for it. And especially in the EU, and maybe in the US now, I don't I don't think that's going to be tenable. It's it's it's hard to I've been trying to understand everything about this lawsuit. And the result of like this used to be a little bit Browner. This little patch agree, and he really don't I really don't know how I feel about it the Qualcomm for their part they make pretty good arguments for the FTC case which is saying so what? So what have we done to abuse consumers phones, I've never been cheaper. The consumers are not paying a price for whatever you think is going on. There is an alternative to Qualcomm. We are and as a counter to the so I'm wondering how at least in the United States. The FTC action is going to play out because they're a great cases to be made on both sides of Qualcomm, simply trying to make money off of something that they do they've been doing extremely well. And navigating a business also extremely well versus the other stuff that they've been doing which is like it doesn't seem as though they they're doing the right thing by double dipping as Rene says. So I'm this..

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MacBreak Weekly

03:48 min | 3 years ago

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"And that was not normal for me and that was three days ago. And here is here's my heart rate. And here's a strip from fr- that I took like when I was feeling that way, and every L if you do all the tests today, you're perfectly normal, but you can actually show here's the data. That was collected the time where I was feeling incredibly not right? And now you've been you're suddenly been you might not necessarily have had your life saved by the piece of day. But now you have more information on trying to figure out exactly why did you have to sit down after climbing a flight of stairs for the first time in two or three or four years. I I have to say that. I'm wondering why apple has not made the apple watch into a broader sort of product like they did with the iphone like they did with the with the ipod and make it multi-platform because not only is it a huge amount of money that they can make off of all these things. But also the more data that comes in the the bigger benefit and the more people who have access to buying these things the more improvements of life. They can do and finally wearables on almost every other platform is either non ambitious meaningless just sort of a fitness tracker that works. Well, but there's a fitness tracker, or it's a total mess like like Android where where it could be the apple watch. But they don't have the hardware. They don't have the engineering. They don't have the unified sort of idea of. Here's what we're going to be doing with the data that we're going to be tracking. I still often wear my series zero. Watch even though I'm an Android user because it's just like, my it's just my favorite fitness watch ever. I'm considering buying new one. I think they're just wait like sort of like it took until five before I phone was independent for my tunes and went to the cloud. I think they're just waiting for the device to have the capabilities where it doesn't matter. What platform you have instead of logging with an apple ID you log in with Google idea. And you're fine, regardless of what phone you have is just all your stuff. They can still do an apple a day on on other platforms. But I I've I I'd be surprised if they if they don't have a target for it. I I am. I will also say I'm surprised that you can't do you have to have an iphone. You have. You can't set it up using an ipad or MAC because if that were the case, I would have upgraded my series zero like two or three years ago. But why wouldn't you just want to get an iphone and he come on get with the program? It's not it's not enough. I've I I have I have to have like a card in the mail saying, here's how many years of your life. You will get back. If you switch from the phone you like to Afon. That is fine. But it's not for you, not just really renting consent. You one of those cards. Make one. Okay. But are they going to be good years or they're going to be like the crap years from like eighty seven to ninety or no living relatives left them in a nursing home and sugar. Coke. Sugar or focused on the watch. But airports could also ended up being a big this in August of next year. The the FDA's funding Bill in two thousand seventeen included an interesting statement that they're the FDA would have to investigate by August. Twenty twenty would have to introduce rules on over the counter hearing aids. Yeah. And already we saw you're go at CAS with a n ear much less expensive hearing aid that also did some, you know, health tracking. Yeah, right ARCHE, which speaks the hearing as I used to use them now resigned user, but the the the now has a Livio platform that does that as well and apples perfectly situated to jump on that the over the counter hearing aid market and the the wearables are here. Ables I guess you should call them. They'll be the new ipod. They'll they'll. Have health functionality akin to an apple watch. And also be able to stream music. That's that's that's not a long term goal. I don't think..

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04:03 min | 3 years ago

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"It is on everything you see here at my phones, my laptops, desktops everywhere. Love the last pass. So. Tim cook says Apple's greatest contribution to mankind will be coming in twenty nineteen and it will be health related. This is part of Jim Cramer interview. I think aren't those. I think those are two separate things separate I think I think I think he said that in number one we got we got new services coming up in two thousand nineteen and then our greatest thing for mankind is going to be health. Oh, and I believe I believe both things. So so I shouldn't say there will be new health services in twenty nineteen. In fact, it's probably a new video service. Maybe a new service published a new publishing stuff for the magazine company. They bought and no video of service. And you think next year we'll be seeing health care texture. It'll be constant like they they are really all in on health. And it's it was sort of serendipitous for them. Because again, like they'll tell you the story that they only wanted an accurate calorie count for apple watch. And because of that. Made a heart rate monitor. And then they saw all the data. They were getting out the heart rate monitor. And then Jeff Williams who was running watch the time got very interested in health, and they started doing research kit and care kit. And I think that's the sort of thing that they're going to incrementally grow as new opportunities like they've done healthcare records now. And they also have the apple technology where you can you can use your watch as a badge starts to get really interesting like could is easy to imagine one day. You'll walk into a clinic. You'll tap your apple watch. And that will grant permission for that clinic to access your healthcare records, and it'll be a private transaction that you have complete authority over and they'll know your entire history. What medication you're on? Previous thing really becomes a big. Yeah. And that's one of the things I think apple really believes that they can leverage is that they they originally they were absolutist about trust about privacy. But then they saw that with the healthcare industry. They had people who for example, because of their conditions couldn't keep track of their medications or couldn't actually report back what they were doing with the research studies. So if you if they credibility for them to grant explicit permission. For some of that information to be shared, and they found out that when it was done like that old Steve Jobs things. Ask them ask them again. Then ask him again talk. Tell them in simple language, in plain language, and do it until they ask you to stop asking them. But once they implemented that you're getting all these amazing studies onto things like multiple sclerosis, which we previously had multiple medications, and they'll have to guess, which one to give you and postpartum, depression and all these other other studies, and it's it's proving that apple if you are in a trusted position like apple you can start to do some pretty amazing things and the healthcare industry, and these these people the studies that apple is doing those people have said that they never had so many people sign up for the studies on wanna be part of the studies, which helps the medical community. You know, they get more information than what they've ever had before they get a wider variety of people signing up for these. So I I agree. I. Think that healthcare is going to be one of the biggest things that apple ever does Tim cook said in this interview on healthcare particular and your wellbeing. This is an area that I believe if you zoom into the future, and you look back, and you ask the question what was Apple's greatest contribution to mankind. It will be about health. Yeah. That's that's I that's absolutely true. It is. I think that's the closest thing to Apple's historical mission to try to improve people's lives through technology. And you can't we do a better improvement on someone's lives than preventing them from having an injury that changes the entire direction of their of their remaining days or reducing it to zero. I mean, even even the basis that the number stories were getting back of people being able to point to data on their apple watch as a way of describing. Hey, I've I was climbing stairs. I suddenly just absolutely felt exhausted..

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

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"It's not it's not as good. But sometimes partnerships like this are what makes what has to happen to make things even better. So that's that's a really really smart move again that that's that's kind of what I was talking about earlier that if duck oh was saying that this is what we are privacy privacy private. Oriented will pass the product you're selling you really can't send people to a service like Google maps that has an incredible amount of advantages. But one of the disadvantages is that Google is going to be collecting information to both enhance the map and also to advance their advertising product guess stucco is using open street map. But if you ask for directions, you got being. Just like the like open source is great. But you've got to spend so much money to go out. Like, you literally have to have the trucks on every street the way Google did in a way apple does now, and that's non trivial for any. Map relies on users to modify an update their maps finding entrances as an amazing amount of technology for places you can't and you and the the the amount of work that Google does just to figure out that. Yes, here's a street address. But we aren't you're not you're going to have to walk a half a mile of a car drops you off on this side of the block as opposed to the other side of the block. And I still I still remember riding around with a member of the where Matt seem for Nokia saying that we have to send someone out. We have to physically send somebody out not an automated car, we have to send somebody out to everything that we think is a hospital to make sure that a it is actually a hospital and also tunes pretty impact. And also and also to locate where the emergency room entrance is specifically. So that that is another underscoring how difficult maps is. And that's what apple spending billions on for the new version of apple maps and driving all those treats and doing all that mapping. And that's just hard to get any you you can crowdsource that. But you won't get the consistent pull through of data that you get when. You actually drive it. Let's take a little time out. And then we're gonna talk about Apple's next thing, which Tim cook says might be health. The episode. You're watching amac break weeklies brought to you by last pass. We need last pass here at work. We use it last pass enterprise at home. I use it. Steve Gibson uses it, that's a pretty strong recommendation from my point of view is a password manager with trust. No, one encryption. Your your data is encrypted and decrypted only at the device level. Not even last past can access anything in your vault zero knowledge. It's also the most convenient the easiest to use..

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03:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Daddy, just went out to get cigarettes. And he's gonna be back any day. Now. He's just really you guys. Don't work. We're going to see it come on. Well that believe it until I at transmit on on the epaulets a couple of weeks ago Smith Trenton Smith cities apple may have solved the technical challenges eight. That's that's the story. But the thing is like I like Andy said, this is like a Gandalf thing for me, expect it when you see it because we've had like the Swiss retail channels that it was coming last December January, and it's just until this thing is actually in stores. Anything could happen. We could find out that they white discoloring or we could find out that it doesn't. It doesn't do. I'm just this is a shut up and ship thing for me just point you're skeptical. And then anyway, we'd have to get skeptical. Cases fryer pods with wireless charging Bilton. So that's gonna happen. I. Being skeptical and simply saying at this point, I'm not even going to comment on it. My only comment is we do we do not come on an unreleased air pod. There for actually I was surprised to see this. Tim cook said the revenue for Apple's wearables watches an air pods is fifty percent higher than the I pot at its peak. Not just the ipod. You know when it first started out the ipod. This is he's talking to mad money. Jim Cramer the ipod at its peak. That's stunning each the watch in the air puffs of each generated between four to six times more sales than the ipod generated in the same amount of time since its launch apple watch by itself has also I Don it's not what an app, but it's also higher than I which is it's so funny. A while ago. Neil cyber put this thing up saying everybody thinks the apple watch as a failure. And the echo is a huge success. When apple watch a selling. I think it was ten or twenty x what what the because there's so much. We're all dealing with imaginary numbers. Like apple doesn't disclose apple watch numbers. Amazon doesn't does lows echo numbers. So it's it's like all fantasy math. But we start looking at how much these things are going out the door and how much the percentage of the other category. Or now the category. People like Neil can start to piece these numbers together, and Tim just gave them away. And it's it's a huge market. But when you look at how big ipod was and then you look at how Big Apple like apple watch. An I an starting air pods. Become and those are all dependent on iphone you start to understand. Why all this decade of building up iphone as a platform kind of set the stage for using iphone as a platform to build up the next decade of products the way, I tunes and ipod built up iphone, and that's one of my favorite aspects of apple is that they're one of these companies that never mistakes their product for their business. Like apple never became an ipod company. The way that Microsoft for a long time with a windows company. You know, and they'll ride this into the last dime. Apples. Like, okay. This is going down. We're going to get the iphone the iphone is going down. We've gotta make sure we have the pas the apple watch everything else prepped and you start to see these in the results. So when you take away the iphone distortion from this quarter. I think cook said they're going to be up nineteen percent on almost everything else. Which is super interesting. It's going to be the second biggest quarter in their history. It's still there's still going to get killed for. It will be the second biggest quarter in their history. Can it can we can we also point out that that's how bad that's how badly the the iphone letter affected. Everything that Tim cook is eagerly sharing numbers on the success of share numbers on with Jim Cramer. Yeah. Exactly of all people. Here. You're talking about privacy duct go just announced that they're gonna use apple maps for their maps for local searches on the web ductile privacy alternative to Google. Search absolutely consistent. They could they could have gone for a real open source mapping solution there a couple of out there. Open a good one. But it's not as good, frankly..

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03:58 min | 3 years ago

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"I don't know if there was a lot of pressure. If you had a tend to go to the tennis, I gave my son my ten he was very happy to have at ten. It's hard to what they would. I mean, the ten was so different like immediately expecting a phone as different the next year to Mark. You should expect that I'm just saying that that's typical of an s year and that that apple should have known that. This tennis wasn't going to be gang busters compared to the ten any more than the six gang busters. Pretty clear that it will like they saw row like they they expected this because they guided down heavily for this court has quarter was already discounted more than I think a lot of fries them. What was the big z amount of battery replacements affecting the upgrade cycle. But that was small he said mostly I think he's had over one hundred percent of the funny number until you actually dig into it. But over one hundred percent was a rapid downturn in the Chinese market, far faster and more extreme than they expected. And I think if you look at the notes that the Tim provided in his his statement. The the the issue here is the Chinese economy. It's not an iphone problem. When apple I when Tim I release those notes people jumped on on the iphone problem. But if you look through all of the things that apple was able to accomplish in the quarter, it becomes clear very quickly that if it wasn't for China and the economy deceleration, there would have been no need for apple to do a guidance change. Now, they're quarter still wouldn't have been as good as as what they would have hoped. But there would be no need for this guidance change. So to say that that the iphone is failing or you know, apple has a huge iphone problem. I think is is a bit over dramatic at this stage. Yes, they the. Upgrade cycles were affected by the the battery replacements, and I'm not quite sure why apple was so surprised with that. Or at least as surprised as they seem to be. But you know, that could also be with a lot of users. It could be a comfort level. I've talked to a lot of people that are very weary of face ID and not having a home button and just different things. And if they have the chance to keep their phones by replacing a battery, then they're going to do that. And you know, the the economy, I think of of a lot of countries right now are, you know, kind of up in the air, you know, the the US Chinese battle and all that kind of stuff. So, you know, it's affecting a lot of people in the economy and allotted from ways. So if somebody has a chance for twenty nine dollars to to to keep their their current phone. I think they're going to do that. Now. I an economic problem in a country as big as China is going to take it takes a while to go down. I mean, apple rode that wave up and right now the riding that wave down, and they they have no choice in the matter to economic condition, but that will change again and the economy will start to rise and apple will do that. And let's face it. If if this economic problem came from Canada, apple still wouldn't have had worn, you know, thing. If the if the economic problem was in in in Switzerland Liechtenstein want. When they would not have to warn like they did. Now. This is also interesting problem. It's not an iphone problem. It's also as you see now that we've heard from Samsung, and we've heard from LG, and we've heard from some of the Chinese manufacturers and their their results are in some cases, not gonna be any better..

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03:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Interesting note in GianLuigi essays, Monday note during fireballs John Gruber pulls it up. Kosei wrote that he had a hard time believing that the twenty nine dollar battery replacement playing could have much of an impact on Apple's numbers. But obviously never went to an apple retail store where they had those lineups for. Apparently, this is where clogged all year, Mark Gherman, and Bloomberg had private notes from an all hands meeting on January third near those are, you know, not public. But at that meeting, apparently Tim cook said apple replaced eleven million pattern. He's under the twenty nine dollar replacement program which will had that they had a meeting and Gruber had the number that they discussed ruber has the number. Oh, oh, oh, good. Good on you. Jumper little. Birdies. So that's about ten million more ten nine or ten million more than they would normally. And and so really what the question is. Not is just did fewer people upgrade to the I the newer iphones because their iphone work, right? And purely anecdotally, I mentioned this before my mom, I kept saying come on mom. I'll give you ten. Are. I've got one here. I'll give you ten tennis max, whatever you want. And she said, no, my beloved iphone six is better than ever. I got the battery replacement. I mean, if you go back to the two thousand eighteen q one conference, call twenty-second Aggie asked him cook. If he was at all worried that the battery replacement would affect up braids, and Tim said it never entered our minds. But that's the last thing we think about we want to do what's best for our customer, and I have no idea asking next year, so obvious. Well, yes, it is. And guess say points out that regardless they they would if they should have known about this. They must have known about this for months, not just the battery, but the drop sales phones for months like very few people like when you look at the iphone release. It's like a blockbuster movie is not that, you know, the same amount of people buy it in January who Biden in February and March there's a huge spike in September. Whatever the release month is October November for some of the rumor recent phones, but it's a giant spike, and you don't see that really affecting it. But if people who got those battery replacements eleven million people, if even a portion of those by the time, it got to September said, you know, what exactly like your mom? This iphone six is working. Great. Maybe I'll wait till next year to get a new iphone then that spike is little under quite so spiking the Chinese communist slowing down for a while. They would have been foolish for them to assume they're going to have the same results in China. These this was as Kosei points out and many others have an s generation phone. That's typically slower anyway. That's still thing. Do you think? Oh, it's a thing. Of course. It's the thing it, it's it's all modern to think of some people wait for the us because they think is going to be better version of the phone. Because like this this year. I thought was a nice deviation from that. Where it didn't. It didn't feel like hey, we took. We took our top of the line flagship phone and made only an incremental adjustment to the processor and the storage. It felt like we felt like apple saying the folks who really really wanted an iphone ten last year, but couldn't really stomach the price. We found a way to give you most of the features in slightly less Bill quality for more Ford -able price, and to my mind, and at least to the people of what seems like the people. I was talking to about this that they almost saw it as a whole new product as opposed to like an s sort of time at ten are. Exactly. Yeah. So, but I think the ten s is not only different than the ten. But maybe we will we watch pretty closely to the average consumer just the new it's just the new phone. It looks the same to me..

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03:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Is the one company that can not only track what they. Track. Everything if you've been if you were just had a casual interest in a folding bicycle they can track all the searches you did with an Amazon all the different products. You looked at f- track the level of your interest, as it wax, and wane tracked your interest in certain price levels, a certain feature levels compare that to the history of the things you've bought over the past ten years all the way down from chocolate chip morsels to to to to an I MAC, and then basically tell you know, we know we know that Andy not going to be ripe to buy folding bicycle on February eighth two thousand nineteen and we're offering to the highest bidder. Someone a series of ads that will target Andy for folding bicycle it's if if there's one company that is really ready to have the anti trust hammer brought down on them. I think that Amazon has to be one of those final two or three candidates on the pageant. That's part of the problem, though, is that you can have a private iphone private apple stuff, but you're going to but you're going to use it to buy stuff on Amazon, you're gonna use it. And to Email somebody using g mail and you'll have my mil- anyway. Yeah. So an Amazon is a very unique position though in Andy's absolutely right about Amazon, but the way that the public looks at Amazon is for convenience and for shopping. So we're willing to go in there, you know, with an Amazon prime subscription get to get free shipping, and Amazon, you know, gives us all of this stuff, you know, music video and all of that kind of stuff with with prime, but they're getting so much information from us because we continued to buy there all the time, and and as a consumer, it's it's very easy. You can order off Amazon anywhere, and you can basically order anything you want. I mean, I order firewood sticks from from Amazon, you know, to to to light fire you buy. No, no, you know, the little stick. The fat would kindling fat would I I ordered that off of Amazon because you bought a court deliver a big box. You know, so court of firewood on Amazon, then I'd be impressed lumberjack network. Leo. What are you talking about the come in there? Driveway. See, jim. Masan as a brand, right? Like we trust apple is a brand. But the differences are remarkable in how they use our information. I just I think is important. And I think we can do this that we continue to tell apple because I don't think I think most users probably don't aren't really that aware of it and care that much. But I think it's important that we who do care really keep telling apple. Yes. This is good. Keep doing this. Keep keep keep your eye on the ball. Because at some point. It may be that the investors or the shareholders say, you gotta make more money, you know, as as their revenue drops on iphones. You gotta make more money. You should really start doing, you know, they tried. I adds remember I mean that would have had some sort of trade-off of privacy for advertising that they don't move down that road that they understand there's real value to them as a company to preserve privacy as their core value as we said once or twice before it's all about the transaction. Some people I'm comfortable with the transaction. I'm making with Google given the quality of the. Absence services. And now the hardware that they give me an I'd like to think that I'm aware of what I'm giving them in response. Some people are not comfortable with that. Transaction that's perfectly fine. I'm not comfortable with the transaction. I make with Facebook. So I limit my exposure to Facebook to the minimum possible, which means that a like log in and check like mom on the web messengers saying awhile. Remember that we could I was feeling really lonely because no one wanted to invite me to.

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03:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Facebook app, including location installation information that you allow Facebook to collect the way the that users interact with with other companies or other apps apple can't control that. I mean. And they're they're not a charity. They do. You know, they're out there to make some some money, but keep users privacy, as you know, one of their their main objectives, and they can argue that it's a user's choice. I mean, I don't have Facebook. Right. My iphone? That's you. I again, I'm not saying they're hypocrites. I'm not saying that they're in any way like a terrible at security and privacy. Again, they are the apps. Not only the best are the standard. I think that all of the companies should emulate. However, when they do something as explicit like that, I'm the I'm the jerk in the back of the room who cops and raises his hands. Thank you to clarify your position on this. I would I would love I would love to hear Tim cook. At some point post. A letter simply saying that there is a line that we're not willing to cross when it comes to helping governments do bad things to their own citizens. Like if there were the like, if if they wanted if if the government of any country wanted to want the iphone to have a kill switch for certain types of conversation. Let's pass an actual law in the country saying that every phone in the in the country has to do all of its text messaging through the standardized text messaging app that we can actually take a look at if we need to they see and. We're not allowing VPN's which is something that's already happened in China. We're also not allowing encrypted chat. Applications. I would love Tim cook. To say are we have a we have a duty to say that if a government crosses an ethical line in our estimation. We will simply turn our back on that market. We will not simply decide that the market is so valuable to us that we are willing to let the iphone become a tool of oppression, which is very very possible. And so much of the world we're talking so far, historically they've we're talking slight differences here. I mean, if I put a Google phone next to the iphone if that's the choice. What's clear, this is more private? Perfect, but the iphones clearly more private than theirs. Where they like, for example, with they want to they prefer to stay engaged in everything. I've always believed that engagement is the best way to elicit change. And if they pull out completely I mean, no longer have an effective platform to promote the change that they want. So they'll do a sort of like, for example, they still want to provide backup services to Chinese customers because they believe they promised them that and that's fail-safe not fail secure. And you can argue about which is better for which customer, but they believe that by pulling out completely from China. They no longer to be able to offer things like preserving your photos of your children and things like that. But they've also shown with San Bernardino that there is a line where they believe if it's not legal, and it's not ethical. They will fight for it. We don't we don't know what will happen if they lose ever like we'll see what happens with Australia now, some of their laws or maybe in the EU when they pass their laws, but they've shown a willingness to at least engage in incredibly public fisticuffs over things that they've unless unless point out the human rights groups have said exactly the same thing that if you mostly in terms of what's what Google is is try wants to do in China. But saying that although it's a comp. Six issue. We do believe that it's better to give people access to tools that may t- tools that might improve their lives and hope that it doesn't get compromised, and maybe pull them back later than to simply preemptively decide that no we're just not going to participate whatsoever. So. In the Emirates when when they were having issues with they would rather not provide the service and provide a compromise. They just pulled the FaceTime app. You know, it's interesting because in this..

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03:39 min | 3 years ago

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"Everything else on the market. That means you could trust us. I mean, really I mean Siri can do things inside of of your your iphone or or your ipad? But if Siri co-active more data and looked ahead more like some of the other products out there than a good day to knowing. I agree. What about China though? I mean, apple has been very cooperative with the Chinese government. In fact, I cloud data in China stored on Chinese servers. So I asked about that. Because that I talked about this stuff quite a lot and always want to make sure I know what I'm talking about. And it's hard for people outside China to think about life in China because for China. It's our citizens have data, and we'll be damned if that data get sort on American servers as data for Chinese reasonable. Yeah. On chinese. Yeah. And France wants this to and you'll the US doesn't want US. Telecommunications to go through quality in China, the Chinese government in the past in the case of Yahoo. Used information collected by tech companies to prosecute keys. Yeah. Like, there's no difference architecturally between how I clog works in China. And how I cloud were Chinese doesn't have access to that data with this is it's so much closer that they could force their way in us legal compulsions that would take weeks or months to get done in the US. They can do them there. But if that happens, then I think apple will have to make a bigger decision about China. But for now, it's really it's repatriation, it's it's still it's still problematic. This is the only reason why while I apple is the the company you can trust the most in terms of taking security and privacy seriously. That's why I twitch a little when I see as big a flex as the statement that what happens on your phone on your iphone stays on your iphone because I don't think that they can I don't think they can they have really earn. Earned the ability to be that. I don't wanna use the word arrogant again in about I'm looking for looking for something to my notches below arrogant hock because because because as they're they have a similarity with Google and Facebook in that they know where their money is coming from and they're willing to flex on something that doesn't really affect their own bottom line at all what if if one of the best things they could do to help us your privacy is to say, well, guess what we're not. We're no longer than be taking any money from Google to be use Google as the default. Search engine are false. Search engines going to be duck duck go because this isn't it because we we we love the their their privacy protections. And also, we know that the the the most helpful things we could possibly do for duck duck. Go is to make it the default search engine for the most popular mobile platform. Excuse me, one of the most potent popular mobile platforms of the world. But they don't do that. And they could also make make the safari browser. A lot the mic more pro. Oh active in protecting people against trackers. But they don't really do that either. That's not that's not saying that they're they're hypocrites at all. But that's when you it's a difference between saying we are proud of our respect for the privacy of our users and saying big billboard facing everybody. See ES saying what happens on your iphone stays on your iphone? Well depends on what country you're in. And depends on what you're doing with it. And we'll still let certain apps on the app store. That navy are still gonna. Yeah. That's the it's it's just like Shoshana said, I said do you use a smartphone? She said, yeah. Use an iphone, but I don't put any apps on it as Kazan is. That is the case if you put the Facebook app on an iphone what happens in your iphone? It's not stay on your iphone when with regards to the.

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04:11 min | 3 years ago

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"Hello, jim. How're you doing? Leo. I am great. Good to see you. Good to see you to miss you. Yeah. Looks like the beards and find federal, you know, it's it's going strong. Great to have yo-. You're you're years probably burning because I've been talking about I tunes match in the problems. You had a couple years back with Apple's music matching and so forth. It's all better. Now. Right pretty much. Okay. There you go. There's topic to today. Here's the view from the front. Also with us Mr. Andrew in our cow of do w GBH in Boston. Boston public radio. Nice. E you nice to see you in honor of Jim I did not shave today. So I have don't have a beer gotta Wayne account. I I've solidarity like chin stuff gotta way to go. Yeah. You got a month or two. See I got again be between between this. My my sideburns and gyms everything else. We've got real like civil war like northern general stuff. Honey, only one in the panel without any facial hair. I feel really left out because Rene Richie's back. We missed you a and so. Yeah. I had to I had an unexpected CS experience. Yes. So who like how did that happen? My boss kept saying you don't have to go. You don't have to go. You don't have to go. And then like two days before he's like, I remember when I said, you don't have to go after I was kinda wrong. You have to go. Was it worth it? What was did ample actually had a little bit of a presence to see? Yes. Yeah. With all the Shirley gonna talk about it with all the airplay to and home kid, and I tunes for ties in. I mean, let that sink in for a moment. I two for ties in. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They were they were the big talk of the show last year. There was a lot of condemnation for them not being there not having any prevalent presence, letting Google home and Alexa, steal the show and this year Samsung, put up the Sunday before the show, and they got a ton of attention for the rest of the week because it kept me and another TV set company and. Company. So apple much better prepared apple did at first we thought Apple's only presence would be that big billboard on the side of the Mariette hotel there that said priceless. It what happens on the iphone stays in the iphone a great lesson in snark, according to see net, and that and the hookers. The whole point of that is while everything else at CAS is spying on you were not. Yeah. You like that jamming? I did like that. I thought that was those brilliant marketing campaign going into see ES considering you know, the other companies that we're going to be there. Yeah. Particularly Google assistant Amazon's echo. Yeah. When you when you think about it what better way to to fight the competition. Then boost the thing they they you put out there the most which is privacy for apple. And the thing that other companies put up there that least this apples. I was talking on Friday with on triangulation with shoe shawna's Zobov. She's written a new book called surveillance capitalism. She says invented by Google perfected by Facebook. But she gave apple a pass. She said an and I asked her about this should really it's a big opportunity for apple. So that if people want to use technology because technology doesn't mean surveillance, but if they wanna use technology without having the company collect data about them. And then try to influence them with that data that will seems like they're well positioned to do that. That would be a real opportunity for them. And it seems like they they know that I give you a great example. Leo. Yeah. It's a like apple apple also got their act together with home kit this year, and they worked with a bunch of providers to get really good products like door locks and doorbells and all these camera systems that also have options not to share your data with anybody. And that came into really good focus a couple of days in rain, raise the information. And then the intercept. Yeah, broke that story about ring..

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01:45 min | 4 years ago

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