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Microsoft pushes fix for two vulnerabilities in the Windows Codecs Library

Security Now

12:02 min | Last week

Microsoft pushes fix for two vulnerabilities in the Windows Codecs Library

"US cert posted last a Tuesday on June thirtieth. Microsoft has released information regarding vulnerabilities and they're oddly low numbered so apparently Microsoft is known of them for a while there twenty, twenty, fourteen, twenty, five and fourteen, fifty seven, the CV designations in Microsoft, Windows Codex Library. they said this contains updates that are rated as critical. Remote attackers leveraging these vulnerabilities may be able to execute arbitrary code for more information. The vulnerabilities please refer to the information provided by Microsoft and of course it's like Oh. What's this because again? This was this is out of cycle this. This is the end of the end of June. They didn't even feel they could wait. A couple of weeks until July's updates apparently so. Both of the advisories on Microsoft's site have the same title Microsoft Windows Codex Library Remote Code Execution. Vulnerability that's for for fourteen, twenty, five, fourteen, fifty, seven, and the disclosures are almost identical. But of course at this point, our listeners are low longer surprised to learn of a fatal flaw in a media Kodak as we know Codex. Are Complex interpreters. Of a compressing encoders Meta data. it's truly difficult to make a Kodak both screamingly fast as they need to be, and also careful at the same time, being super careful means checking everything and checking everything takes precious time when a Kodak is by its nature, often racing the clock. So, what made these? Stand out aside from the fact that they were once again patches for an out of cycle, critical, remote code. Execution Vulnerability and the second one is an information disclosure. Was the fact that Microsoft indicated that the updates would not. Be available through windows update north through windows update catalog. No these updates would be provided through. The Microsoft store. And as well as like what? Users are instructed to click on the little white shopping bag. On the windows, ten task bar and I'll note that none of my windows. Ten task bars have little white shopping bags. But that's another story. Then you select more downloads updates and then get updates. In their disclosure. Microsoft wrote a remote code execution. Vulnerability exists in the way that Microsoft Windows. Library handles objects in memory. Okay, no surprise there. An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerability could execute Arbor Schroeder. Code Right? And the other one a slight variation, same boilerplate, an attack who successfully exploited the second vulnerability could obtain information to further compromise the user system. And in either case they say the exploitation of the vulnerability requires a program process a specially crafted image file right so it's the evil image, which is what you'd expect a Kodak to Barf on. The update addresses the vulnerability by correcting how Microsoft Windows Codex Library handles objects in memory. Then, they wrote. Affected users will be automatically updated box Microsoft store. And according to Microsoft's users who want to receive the update immediately can check for updates with the Microsoft store APP. That's the clicking on the little white. Bag that I talked about before. And I was thinking about this. I suppose it makes sense for store APPs and extensions that are sourced by the store. Even when they are provided by Microsoft to be updated through the channel that the user. Used for their original delivery, and that's especially the case for third party. APPs being updated mean. Microsoft would not want to be hosting updates. Of Third Party APPS through their own operating system and APP update channels to the windows update and the update catalog. So the store it is. Both updates were privately reported and are not known to be used in the wild, so it's not clear to me why the emergency but the fact that it was on the thirtieth, which was a Tuesday as I right? Yeah, it was a Tuesday. maybe that was a deliberate like store patch Tuesday new thing that is going to be happening. The problems exist in. Excuse me. The H., E. V. C. video extensions and they're not free, surprisingly ninety nine cents if you want that from the Microsoft store. Maybe a You'll you'll get them. As part of an of another package provided there, there's like actually two different instances of H. E. C. on the store once for ninety nine cents and one says it's provided by other software. The FCC extension apparently not very popular read only two and a half out of five stars and Microsoft's description says play high efficiency Video Kodak. That's what HIV stands for. In any video, APP, on your windows, ten device, these extensions they say are designed to take advantage of hardware capabilities on some newer devices, including those with these Intel seventh generation, core, processor, and newer GPU to support four K and ultra HD content. They said for devices that don't have hardware support for H. E. V. C. so a software Kodak to enhance what you have on your system. and. This was sort of a new designation for me. And actually. We've already gone to the to the Kodak beyond this, but wikipedia explains the HEC. This high efficiency video coding is also known as H. Dot, two, six, five, and also MPC age part two video compression standard designed as part of the M Peg h project as a successor to the widely used ABC. which is what everybody is now using that's H. Dot, two six four, which is MP for ten, so and and wikipedia finished in comparison to ABC H.. E. V. C. offers from twenty five to fifty percent, better data compression, the same level of video quality, giving it substantially improved the equality at the same bit rate. Okay so. if you're curious to know, and it turns out, you may need to be curious whether your system or any system might have the H.. Video! Extensions installed. And, if so, which version you, there is a power. Shell Command the which will tell you, so you'd open power shell. Probably do it with Admin because why not and then it's I, have I have the command in the show notes if you're interested, but it's get high hyphen APP x Package Space Dash Name Space Microsoft Dot H.. E. V. C. video extension. When I entered that into my win ten machine. I got nothing. It was just blank in return, but the repaired versions of the HVAC extensions one point zero point. Three one, eight, two, two dot, zero or three, one, eight, two three dot zero. and so since I don't have a my power shell just exited returning nothing. Some commentators have observed that this new. Store Windows store channel for releasing critical updates outside of the normal window security update distribution channels. Though I noted I could see why it happened. It made sense is understandable, can cause trouble in enterprise settings where certain windows features and windows store. Probably. I would imagine the store more than anything else may have been deliberately disabled by enterprise policies, and for such companies who have purposely disabled, the Microsoft store and the Microsoft store automatic up up. Up Updates. Those vulnerable computers will not receive fixes without the removal of that policy and in Fact Computer World's Industry Fixture Woody Leonard. Over in his ask, woody column was far less patient with this and much less understanding that I was about. Like I could understand why that was the windows store. One of the replies to his posting noted that this optional hec Kodak exists by default in Windows clients. Editions since eighteen o nine, except the N. and the lts's editions I do have the Lt Tse. The Long Term Servicing Channel so that explains why my power shall query came a blank. But assuming that's the case. it would be probable then that any normal windows eight, hundred, zero, nine, nine, hundred, zero, three, nine, hundred, Ninety, nine and twenty, four would have the vulnerable Kodak installed. Yet presumably be unable to get it updated if the user or an enterprise had determined that they had no interest in the windows store, and had consequently removed and or disabled, it It's exactly the same as if we could uninstall windows update, which, of course we can't because we need. We need windows updates so. It'll be interesting to see if like what happens with this Woody wound up his post by writing quote. The distribution method is riddled with all sorts of obvious holes. He said I mean anybody with any sort of updating. Experience should have been able to compile a list of half a dozen ways that this could go wrong. And he finished yet another unholy mess, and actually he also he used some of the content in his kgab computer world. Call him where he just really raked windows Microsoft for the debacle of the June windows update with all the printer issue. Basically all the things we've talked about and touched on, but ooh being much less. Forgiving, either even than I am

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Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute Fired From Vanderpump Rules

Daily Pop

04:08 min | Last month

Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute Fired From Vanderpump Rules

"George Floyd is laid to rest. Change continues to happen around the country right here in Hollywood. Forecast numbers of vendor pump roles have just been fired. Bravo tells E. News that saucy Schroeder kristen doubting Max Boyens and. And Brett Cap Brioni will no longer be a part of the show. This comes after former cast mate faith stower said that Stacey. Chris reported her to the police for a crime that she had nothing to do with despite apologies by both of them Bravo, which is part of an NBC family still move forward with their decision as for Max and Brett, they have been called out for past insensitive tweets. What do. Do you guys think about this I? Mean was this. Was this the right move I mean and before you answer that I know it just through to you but I have spoken to people very close to saucy and I do know for a fact that she is completely distraught over what's transpired You know I can't speak to. If she regrets what has happened I mean I can imagine that she she does. But. I do know that this is pretty much, knocked her sideways. Yeah, I, mean I I can imagine that it did, and this is the thing like I sometimes feel like we get chances in life, and you buy stocks, and then there's like a precursor to a bigger issue, and you have the opportunity to kind of write it before it becomes bicker and I feel like with stocky. She had an issue a couple of years ago that we've spoken about on her podcast where she talked about. Black people and she made some insensitive comments that she walked back and so. That was her opportunity to take a learning experience and she didn't do, and so now things are happening, and they're being held accountable, and this is the thing people are saying Oh. This might be too far, but you have to understand that it is now time for people to be held accountable for things that they should have been held accountable for years ago, and not only that, but they have had their behavior enabled in my opinion by their show. You know they've they've had bad behavior. They've been rewarded for it so i. feel like their scope of what's right and wrong is really distorted. Yet, but we also cannot just tolerate at all any height full overprices. Consequences particularly right now, and there's a lot of people where they are feeling the wrath of the consequences without. Think. That's going to be any changes to inequality or equality at all so I feel like these have to happen. Unfortunately, we'll sort of fortunate because they've done these things in the past. And now we're going to deal with it. I feel like the problem that we've had is that there's so much hand holding so much coddling so much spoon feeding, and in our in our society, especially for White Women that when they when there are people that are held accountable if people are like. Oh my Gosh, how could this have happened? It's like we've seen if you watch vamp roles which I have. Her bad behavior has been rewarded year after year after year. I. Mean I read this article. Where faith faithful saying that she wanted an opportunity to be able to tell her side of the story, she was a part of a huge story line I mean they still kind of referenced the incident to This Day. So the fact that she was never given a confessional when we've seen confessionals given to people who weren't necessarily full-time members is also a reason that a lot of people are up in arms as well. That's a really good point. I do think that. Has made mistakes. I'm sure she regrets the decisions that she have made, but there's so many other people. There are so many cooks in the kitchen that should have been more responsible about how they portrayed this entire story line. If you watch the show, she was las roommate like she was roommates with with. A personal and I remember watching thinking like. Are we going to hear from her? Like it was insane to me and I think that that speaks to a bigger problem, but I do feel like with. Kristen and and people aren't talking about Jack's. Why is Jack's not being held accountable. When he was tweeting about the same things he he may not have said it on a podcast, but he did tweet about her being. Being A about-face being awol, her being wanted by the police and the tweets still is available online. So why is it not being held accountable? You know let's let's go ahead as if the show gotta go show gotTA. Go let's hold people accountable or find some cast members, and maybe after all these seasons y'all can have a few symbols of color up in that thing, because right not let that go unnoticed

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Faith Stowers Feels "Vindicated" After 'Vanderpump Rules' Fired Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute

Donna and Steve

00:18 sec | Last month

Faith Stowers Feels "Vindicated" After 'Vanderpump Rules' Fired Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute

"Former Vanderpump rules star faith Stowers has said she feels vindicated and hopeful after Bravo fired for cast members for racism including Stacy Schroeder and Kristen do ads who are can for calling the police I necessarily on feet

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Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute fired from 'Vanderpump Rules'

Z Morning Zoo

00:49 sec | Last month

Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute fired from 'Vanderpump Rules'

"They've cleaned house on the reality show Vanderpump rules firing for people for being racists Stasi and Kristen they've been with the show since it premiered in twenty thirteen and they got fired after a black former costar name faith revealed some really discussing behavior on their part back in twenty eighteen after faith had already left the show sassy increasing call the cops claiming that she fit the description of this woman who was wanted for a string of robberies they should even fit the description other than being black now face never got in any trouble she even talk about until last week she brought this all up and then brought it was like yeah we can't have any of that behavior so they got rid of them Stassi Kristen lost voicestream deals their publicist drop then of course they're apologizing but you know what I would never like to begin with yeah I don't feel

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4 'Vanderpump' cast members fired over race-related comments

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

4 'Vanderpump' cast members fired over race-related comments

"Some members of the TV reality show being cut loose Bravo has released a statement saying four cast members will not be back for another season of Vanderpump rules the reason race related comments they made online for instance it was revealed that two cast members Stacy Schroeder and Kristen doute falsely reported a former black coworker for a crime she didn't commit to others Max boy bands and Brett Capri only were cut loose for tweets that included racial slurs the reality TV show follows the personal lives of people who work with or had worked with real housewives of Beverly hills star Lisa Vanderpump Los Angeles restaurant the show airs its final episode of season eight next week I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Good Habits for Weight Loss

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | Last month

Good Habits for Weight Loss

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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"schroeder" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

08:20 min | Last month

"schroeder" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"You can be part of that early response and seeing it to prepare in advance. So I think there's some things like that where in the preparedness. We certainly need to that place. I think you need more voices that can help speak and communicate another language of public health and can be champions talking to the public on it as well. I think given where we are now. Some of the things we really need to prioritize are further scaling of testing. I mean this is one thing where in the way we reopen the economy. The Public Health Response and the opening of the economy are interrelated. Right the stronger. The Public Health response the sooner we reopen the economy. And that is because of you. If you can really invest prioritize scallop testing and contact tracing we can focus are quarantining efforts on those that. Are expulsion infected instead of the whole population and that is you know what we need to do. Yesterday it's got to be our top priority and I think we need to continue beating. I also think on the P. P. E. Ninety five percent of the personal protective equipment is made overseas right. Now one opportunity that we have here in also helps to create. Jobs is scallops more that production in our own country will help put people back to work given nor growing unemployment and also while oust have more control over the supply of that and we really need coronated federal response on the PB so that states aren't competing against each other and driving up the prices through that competition you need. You know. Federally negotiated price based on volume in states. Draw down from that's desperately lacking and we need more support to stable governments here in Cincinnati. The city's had a furlough seventeen hundred employees including initially members of our health department. I'm on the board of Healthier and there are a number of members. Health Department referred Air Now back but that is a cities because of the decreasing tax. Revenues are struggling. And this is you know it's police. It's fire it's you know all of our city's services and so we have got to really got support to our MOGHAL end state governments initially Round and only went to cities that were five hundred thousand and above and Cincinnati Below. That there are a lot of cities and communities below that. They desperately need support. So that's something we need to keep pushing for so you mentioned public. Health shouldn't be this partisan issue at obviously we don't want to to protect people. I think the other thing. That's been sort of weird troubling recent years that wearing a mask seems to be a partisan issue that that people are sort of politicizing. Would you seeing in? I mean you're probably mostly at home. What are you seeing in in Cincinnati in in the first district in response to that you know I lived in Chicago? Most people are wearing masks and have been for months now but you know what does that. Look like where you are yeah. Cincinnati has mid Western as. Well I think that you know people are sort of no nonsense. I do think I understand that some people. It's hard to wear a mask when you're a very social person and that is your way of greeting people and you can't see somebody smile. I on I find it hard right. I'm public health person and I so I think it's important to understand why there is a natural resistance to it but then once you understand that you know. If everybody was wearing masks we would be able to decrease transmission by sixty percent. And that's important so it's not about me it's about what's best for our community and I I think midwesterners in people in Southwest Ohio. Here we understand that and so there is that on social media and some of that out there but I think most people if they understand that it's not necessarily about you you're not you're helping to protect people around you By being part of this culture and wearing this and then just I think the more we have leadership that is consistent with the messages are better off will be on that That is why we need more people in public out because from a data in public health perspective. Like let's listen to the clinicians. They are the ones that know best. How this disease is transmitted. And what are the best measures that we can reasonably take to minimize that? And so I think really continuing to empower the medical folks as opposed to politicians in this is is important so Ohio is starting to to open up a little bit more to businesses and restaurants. Things being open. Why how you make decisions as a campaign sort of wear. What does make sense to do? What doesn't make sense to do? You know how you go forward with the campaign knowing that there's probably gonna be sort of constant changes over the next few months about how open. Oh we got too far open notes closed. That got it. So what does that look like for your campaign from now to November? The campaign is in a constant state of error confidant size of flexibility which is good muscle to stretch for all campaigns. So I think we are planning for flexibility and we want to follow the guidelines you know in our state and in our local communities here and Matt. Things are starting to open up here. There's a sense Certainly outdoor activities. Where folks are socially stents are. What's starting I and I think there's there's evidence that there is very little transmission outdoors so I do think where people are distance so I do think that is an area where you know. It is generally safer. The majority of transmissions seems to be in enclosed endorse faces. We do not have plans to go back into our office Anytime soon even though I would love to be there we will be waiting until you know things play out more. We see what it's like an indoor spaces we've become a completely digital campaign so even the media interviews that I do our outside and I think we're going to continue to follow the the norms in the guidance in this community and not try it certainly not try to get ahead of that But really be a voice to educate and get the norms and guidance out there then we will adjust our campaign accordingly. But it's it's know it's a fun way. Also got really savvy on the digital elements to typically. Is there anything else you would like to make sure we talk about? I think we've covered a lot. It's been You know it's interesting this the experience of going through this pandemic if you told me a year ago. This is what our campaign would look like. I never would have believed it but it. It really does reinforce for me the importance of this. I think you know as a public health person. I'm really disappointed with a disappointment. Doesn't even begin to capture our response? And it's you know we just need people that are there to do the right thing that are going to these offices to serve to not make a political point to not make it about you but you go and serve our communities and help you know we have so many problems that need attention locally federally at the state level and we need more people that go there that are low ego and focus on just helping and bringing us together de-escalating so idea you know despite everything and despite this being you know what we not what we expected an election year to be it is. I admire my belly for those that I really. I really believe in it and I believe fundamentally we need more women to so. I'm I'm excited to do the ascend grateful to be on your show. It's fun I'm grateful for you guys being out there with women talking about politics because we need to make it as women. You know okay to talk about politics. I think there's generally a sense among linen sometimes that Oh politics is to tension fraud or you know they want to skirt around it and part of the reason we're on the situation in the country is because we don't have enough women's voices table in so I think to find ways where it's comfortable in. Okay for women to engage because they do care about future their kids and civility and decency responsible leadership and values. And so I you know. I'm I'm grateful to have this opportunity to really be one voice..

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"schroeder" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

13:07 min | Last month

"schroeder" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Of podcasts. I am Unto Day with Keith Schroeder. Who is running for Congress in the Ohio I district? I Kate Kelly so thank you so much for joining me. The Nice thing about podcast is we were already always recording remotely so for you know. Nothing's really changed here But campaigning has changed quite a lot so I all just start with a little bit of background Tomi as about yourself in running for Congress. Yeah thanks guys. So I'm born and raised here in Cincinnati and I grew up in his family. Second of four kids I you know we are a family. That was very focused on service in helping others. Most of my extended family was in healthcare. I ate data's position on scenarios. I always was a systems person in wanted a target that level. So I sent three years in politics policy out of college or Care Senator Evan Bye in DC and City Hall here in Cincinnati and that was ninety nine to two. And I got holy holy-moly not much gets done and so let me go get my business degree and be able to flip between the public and private sector. So that's what I did and I've spent fifteen years working in healthcare cluding twelve years in global public health. Two years living in Zambia Overseas. We moved back to Cincinnati seven years ago and I've always stayed involved in politics locally and just have belts recently in the last several years that it's not okay to be on the sidelines anymore that it's really important. I'm deeply deeply concerned about the direction of our country and I feel. We need more people who are focused on bringing people together to get things done people that are low ego and know how to de Escalate. I am a mom. Kids her five and seven. Id Escalade every day. The hundred times a day now during a quarantining and I read more that politics honestly. I'm deeply passionate about the issues and healthcare in particular not only by worked in it my whole career but I also Ma Hodgkin's lymphoma survivor. I had it when I was thirty. Three went through chemo and have had one of those days in life when your survival is dependent on access to healthcare instead that is very personal to me and I am running against someone who's voted over fifty times to take healthcare away from bugs who voted against coverage for preexisting conditions and. That's not okay so I am fired. App to raise my hand and run for Congress in this district. We've never elected a woman or I am up against a combined who's been in since ninety four lost one term in two thousand eight Go back in two thousand ten by the there was a poll just at the end of April and this race is within one point. Sal I am fired up to continue working and really have better leadership to this district so for our listeners. Who Don't know Ohio as well tell. Tell me a little bit about the first district. I think people think big cities Shirley. That's you know a democratic district but I'd Ohio of course is super gerrymandered. Cincinnati's split right down the middle on these two different districts. So tell me some about the first then so the first district. It's the Cincinnati area and then a northern county suburban county just above it so Hamilton County. There are two counties in Hamilton. County is where the city of Cincinnati is and that county is chopped in half and half of that is in this district and then the entire Suburban County Up North Warren County so overall it's forty percent urban fifty percent as suburban about nine percent in this district and it is it also has twenty percent. African American the highest percent of african-americans represented by Republican in Congress. So that is a really important group as well and I think this is a district that there were folks own under. How will you know the politics year by their gerrymandering? All over the state in two thousand eighteen we passed a state. Ballot measure to address gerrymandering. And he's just Pixel be redrawn in twenty twenty two following the census so they will be more fair than so there are a lot of people lining up to run in two thousand twenty two but not many people wanted to take it in this last cycle. Which is how I got in. I said you know I raised like this is not. It's not okay. I really don't think you know it's not democratic. The way the says it is a winnable district and Yeah and I'm fired up to be out there curving it every day. Yeah my brother lives in the second district so just over the line so yeah you just had the primary fairly recently won the primary pretty handily and it. Ohio had this weird you know it. It went back and forth. We're going to have the primary nowhere nod. It's going to be in person. It's going to be by mail. Tell me a little bit about what that is like doing campaigning. Not Knowing exactly when the elections going to happen how. It's going to happen what that's GonNa look like you know how do you how do you keep going in in a campaign like that? It was very surreal. I will say as a candidate because the you know. Ohio has a Republican governor dewine and a very strong lead a doctor. Eac and for our health department and they've been doing these daily press conferences every day leading up to our initial primary date of March seventeenth and every day. They were talking about the measures that were being taken up to March seventeenth on. You know how to address the pandemic and they'd say the elections going to happen. The election's GonNa Happen but here in the other changes that are being made in with restaurants in schools and everything else will then the day before. it honestly was Just hours before. It flipped three times that night before. And whether the election was on or off because the governor recommended postponing at three PM. But it's really the courts and the state legislature that have the decision that have the authority to do that and the courts in the state legislature. Both ruled that evening that the election was on and then ultimately it was closed Or reasons of a public health. Emergency the polling locations were closed by the election was technically still move forward so it was crazy as a candidate. We did not even know that evening whether to inform voters in our volunteers in the election was happening or not until ten pm when it was final. So that was just a really unexpected situation. But then once that was clear state legislature came back a week later and made it mailing only for another six weeks so as a candidate. You know you really have to be flexible. We had already week before the original data primary moved everything digitally doing a lot of texting during a lot of calling a voters making sure that everyone that was registered knew how to vote because it was true step process a singer ballot receiving a men's and and so we spend six weeks you know hitting our field to be Incredibly targeted on that digital you with the phone calls with texting and really doing a lot of facebook lives educating voters in and finding new ways to get the information out there was a lot of Buffalo. Learn or what we need to do to prepare. November as well but not as a candidate. It's not what you expect you know and then on election night you're sitting by your computer with your family. It's not the election night. Party typically have. But it's you know we're you know everybody's going through the same experience of pandemic make an unprecedented times and so we you know we adopted. Certainly it's still doable on. It only underscores Importance of why we're doing this. Yes and there was actually a fairly good turnout in that primary especially on the democratic side. A lot more you know. Also an unopposed on the Republican side. But still a lot of Democrats Turning ballots and the primary. So that's promising. It is very promising the northern county that I was talking about The Way to win in the first district running up the margin in Hamilton county where they're more Democrats and then in Warren County getting to at least thirty five percent of the vote and in this primary we had forty percent of Warren County voted Democrat. Which was up is up from twenty three percent twenty sixteen and up from seven percent have back in two thousand twelve and so it's just been huge growth and democratic Turn out there. Which is a really really promising. Sign a definitely so you are a mom you mentioned. Your kids are five and seven and We know there are not that many moms of young kids in Congress right now and it would make a huge difference if there were more but obviously there are big. Challenge is running for office with kids. I imagine your kids are old enough to to understand what's going on in and get excited about it too so so tell me some about what that's like especially right now when you're all at home together all the time we're all at home they love it. They're still age. They want to be around me all the time so for them. This is a big win. they love that. We have ten more meals together every week. And it's a lot of dishes but it's It it's challenge. It is a challenge. It's a team effort my husband. John is super supportive. Would not be possible You know we are constantly juggling and I'm grateful for my campaign team for being understanding of what that's like because I do have to lock my door you know and if I forget to lock my door there's often you know visitors. They will come in in the middle of a call but they're they're generally pretty good. I mean one of the things they love doing in the festivals parades things like that said. That is disappointing that we don't have that in the same way that we typically would in a campaign season but now that we've been doing all these videos at home it's funny. They've learned Your video mom can I? You know if they're expressing interest. They don't give him like one lied or else you know they can introduce themselves. The started facebook live or we have a morning check in with my team and if they want to say hello to the team on sale they can before they go down and start their school work. So it's you know it's about finding ways for them to feel part of it even in this new but it's a challenge it's constantly you know struggle and I think like a lot of parents might big battle. Is Screen time where you know. I rely on it to get things done but then As a parent you feel guilty. That they're watching too much screen time and my son is obsessed with the show. Wild Krantz five. Yeah so we know. We've been learning the amount of animal facts that I know last night at dinner is telling us about the platypus has sense who knew they. That's like electrical currents the things that we just learned so many random animals acts. I love it. My kids really want me to run for office and I keep trying to explain. It's time consuming and I don't know if you want but right now it's funny much. Serve referring to me as Kate for Congress. Sometimes you're sign out and they're like Oh and efforts those Noski. What you mentioned you've been involved in public health of for your your whole career. Obviously this is a moment at which it would be really nice to have more people who know something about public health in our government in Congress so it talked me some about a first of all you know what. What does that mean? Sort of what you bring a. If you came to Congress but also sort wet white you would like to see the government doing the federal government doing to really help us in this moment. Yeah there's a lot more we should be doing. Testing is at the top of the list. I mean one of the things I think is just being and this is what I could help. Bring as being somebody who can help it deescalate. This isn't a partisan thing like there are basic measures that we can take in response to a pandemic like this and to prepare in. Advance need to have systems in place. I think some of the things that we learned after a Bola measures were put in place. That's when the global pandemic response team was put in the White House because they realized over. Twenty federal agencies are part of the response. And if you don't have a coordinating point in the in the White House it began it can become very uncoordinated and scattershot. You know the fact that that was dismantled was was a mistake The fact that puts CC researchers in China so that we could be working with them on the ground in the lab. So that when situations like this occur. You're not relying on the diplomatic channels for the formal channels for everything to come back..

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The Superposition Principle

The Portal

10:53 min | Last month

The Superposition Principle

"Hi It's Eric with some thoughts for this week's audio say on the topic of Super Position. Now to those of you in the know. Superposition is an odd word in that it is the scientific concept we reach for when trying to describe the paradox of Schroeder's cat in the theory and philosophy of quantum measurement. We don't yet know how to say that. The cat is both dead and alive at the same time. Rigorously so we fudge whatever is going on with this unfortunate feline and say that the cat and the quantum system which it's life depends are a mixture of two distinct states that are somehow co-mingled in a way that has defied a satisfying explanation for about a century. Now I'm usually loath to appeal to such quantum concepts in everyday life as there is a veritable industry of people making bad quantum analogies for example whenever you have a non quantum system that is altered by its observation that really has nothing to do with the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Jane Goodall Chimpanzees are almost certainly altered in their behavior due to her presence. But there is likely no competent. Quantum theorist who would analogize chimps two electrons and goodall to her mission observable executing a quantum observation. Heisenberg adds nothing other than physics. Envy to the discussion of an entirely classical situation. Such as this whoever I have changed my mind in the case of superposition if I would like to explain to begin with superposition isn't a quantum phenomena for example. Imagine that you'd come from Europe to Australia. And that you had both euros and Swiss francs in your pockets. You might then be said to be in a super position because you have pocket change in both euros and francs rather than a pure state of only one currency or the other the analog of a physical observable in this situation would be something like a multiple choice question found on the landing card about the contents of your pockets. Here it is easy to see the danger of the setup assuming you have three times as much value in euros as you do in francs what happens when you get a question. That doesn't include your situation as an answer. What if the landing card asked is all of your change in a euros or be Swiss francs with no other options available? Well this as stated is a completely classical superposition problem having nothing to do with quantum theory. We're you to have such classical question asked of you like this. There would have been no way for you to answer however if the answer. We're on the multiple choice menu. There would be no problem at all and you would give a clear answer determined by the state of your pockets so if the state in question isn't on the multiple choice menu. The classical world is forced to go. Mute is there is no answer determined by the system whereas if it is found on the list of allowable choices the answers then completely determined by the system state at the time that the question was asked. Oddly the quantum world is in a way exactly as deterministic as the classical one just described despite what you may have heard to the contrary in order to understand this. We'll have to introduce a bit of jargon so long as the system now called the Hilbert Space State is on the list of answers technically called the system of eigen vectors corresponding to the question now called a quantum observable the question will return a completely deterministic answer technically called the eigen value corresponding to the State. Iconductor. These are in a sense. Good questions in quantum theory because the answer corresponding to the state of the system actually appears as one of the multiple choice options so if that is completely deterministic while then what happened to the famous quantum probability theory and the indeterminately that we hear so much about what I told you that it. We're one hundred percent confined to the situation. Which classical theory couldn't handle either? That is quantum probability theory only becomes relevant when you ask bad quantum questions where the state of the system isn't on the list of multiple choice answers when the landing card asked if all your changed completely in euros or only francs. The classical system couldn't answer because three times the value of your Swiss francs were held in Euros. So no answer could be determined but if your pocket change were somehow quantum while then you might find that seventy five percent of the time your pocket coins would bizarrely turn into pure euros and would be wilder only turn into pure francs twenty five percent of the time just by virtue of your being asked for measurement by the landing cart in the quantum theory. This is due to the multiple choice. Answers of the so-called observable represented by the landing card question not being well suited to the mix state of your pockets in a super position between euros and francs in other words quantum theory gets probabilistic. Only where classical theory went mute. All of the indeterminately appears to come from asking bad multiple choice questions in both the classical an quantum regimes in which the state of the system doesn't fit any given answer quite honestly. I've never heard a physicist rework the issue of quantum probabilities in just this way so as to highlight that the probabilistic weirdness comes only from the quantum being overly solicitous in accommodating really bad questions for some reason. They don't like the idea of Kalyan observable that doesn't have the state of the system as an allowable answer a bad question but that is precisely why I do like it points out that the quantum is deterministic. Where the classical theory is deterministic and only probabilistic where the classical theory is mute. This is because it is really willing to answer questions that are in a sense that can be made precise bad questions to begin with. That doesn't get rid of the mystery but it recasts it so it doesn't sound quite so weird. The new question is why would a quantum system over compensate for the lousy questions being posed when the classical system seems to know not to answer? So why bring any of this up well? The first reasons that I couldn't resist sneaking personal reformulation of the quantum measurement problem that most people will have never considered but the second reason is that I've come to believe that we are wasting our political lives unjust such superposition questions for example. Let's see if we can solve the abortion debate problem right now in this podcast using superposition as it is much easier than the abortion problem itself. The abortion debate problem is that everyone agrees that before fertilization. There's no human life to worry about. And that after a baby is born. There is no question that it has a right to live yet. Pro Choice and pro life. Activists insist on telling us that the developing embryo is either a mere bundle of cells suddenly becoming a life only when born or a full-fledged baby the moment the sperm enters the egg you can guess my answer here. The question of is it. A baby's life or a woman's choice is agreed upon by everyone before fertilization or following birth because the observable in question has the system as one of the two multiple choice answers in those two cases however during the process of embryonic development something miraculous is taking place that we simply don't understand scientifically somehow a nonsense blast ula becomes a baby by a process utterly opaque to science which has yet has no mature theory of consciousness. The system in Utero isn't changing and progressing superposition tilted heavily towards not being a baby at the beginning and tilted towards being one at the end of the pregnancy. But the problem here is that we have allowed the activists rather than the umbrella gist and developmental biologist to hand us the life versus choice observable with it's too terrible multiple choice options if we'd let the embryologist set the multiple choice question there would be at least twenty three carnegie stages for the embryo before you even get to fetal development but instead of going forward from what we both know and don't know with high confidence about the system. We are instead permanently. Deranged by being stuck with Schrodinger embryo by the activists who insist on working backwards from their political objectives. So does the somehow solve the abortion issue? Of course not all it does is get us to see how ridiculously transparent we are in our politics that would allow our society to be led by those activists. Who would shoehorn the central scientific miracle of human development into a nutty political binary of convenience? We don't even think to ask. Who are these people who've left us? At each other's throats debating an inappropriate multiple choice question that can never be answered well in the spirit of the portal we are always looking for a way out of our perennial problems to try to find an exit and I think that the technique here of teaching oneself to spot superposition problems in stalemated political systems brings a great deal of relief to those of us who find the perspective of naive activism fairly impoverished worldview the activist mindset is always trying to remove nuance elections. That might better match our world's needs from among the multiple choice answers until it finds a comical binary. Do you support the war on drugs? Yes or no. Are you for or against immigration? Should men and women be treated? Equally should embrace capitalism or chew socialism racism systemic problem or convenient. Excuse is China trading partner or a strategic rival has technology stagnated or. Is it in fact racing ahead at breakneck speed. Has Feminism gone too far or not far enough? In all of these cases there's an entire industry built around writing articles that involve replacing conversations that might progress towards answers in agreement with simple multiple choice. Political options that foreclose all hope in general we can surmise when this occurred because activism generally leaves a distinct signature where the true state of a system is best represented as a superposition of the last two remaining choices that bitterly divided us. Handed us by activists so I will leave you with the following thought. The principle of superposition is not limited to quantum weirdness and it may be governing your life at a level. You have never considered think about where you were. Most divided from your loved ones politically. Then ask yourself when I listened to the debates at my dinner table. Am I hearing set of multiple choice answers that sound like? They were developed by scholars interested in understanding or by activists who are pushing for an outcome if the ladder thing about whether you couldn't make more progress with those you love by recognizing that the truth is usually in some kind of a superposition of the last remaining answers pushed by the activists. But you don't have to accept these middle brow binary dilemmas and try llamas instead. Trask a new question if my loved ones and I trust the terms of debate foisted upon us by strangers activists in the news media. Could we together fashionable list of multiple choice answers that we might agree? Contain an answer. We all could live with and that better describes the true state of the system. I mean do you really want open or closed borders? Do you really WanNa talk about Scylla Simon in heroin in the same breath. Do you really want to claim that there is no systemic oppression or that governs every aspect of our lives before long. It is my hope that you will develop an intuition. That many long running stalemated discussions are really about having our lives shoehorned by others into inappropriate binary that can only represent. The state of our world is a superposition of inappropriate and simplistic answers. That you never would have chosen for

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What We're Missing, By Missing Strangers Now

Short Wave

05:17 min | 2 months ago

What We're Missing, By Missing Strangers Now

"So you're way to find out why you were feeling high. After talking to random people you delved into the science of strangers. Yeah I I started looking into it and it turns out. There's this Newish Line of research examining this very question. When is the last time you yourself talk to a stranger? Who Gosh usually that would be so easy to answer this. Is Elizabeth done a psychology professor who studies happiness at the University of British Columbia? So done I started thinking about the importance of strangers when she noticed something odd happening with her boyfriend. Back in Grad School. Benjamin was a lovely person but Benjamin happened to be in a little bit of a bad mood. He would act a bit cranky grumpy around me longtime girlfriend now that that was okay and I would. I would stuff with it. We are crankiest around the ones. We Love True True. But but then they'd run into a stranger on their way to dinner or something and her boyfriend would perk right up like he would suddenly become pleasant and cheerful and he'd often stay that way being a better mood even after the running Like a little stranger boost. Yeah and wanted to know why. So she conducted a study. She got a bunch of couples together in a lab and she asked everyone to predict if they'd feel happier interacting with their own beloved partner or complete stranger from one of the other couples. I'm guessing they chose their own partner. Like that feels like the safest choice. That's definitely what they chose but with done found was that people actually ended up reporting feeling just as good after interacting with a total stranger as they did after interacting with their own partner. Ooh Drama Drama Ya. I know it was also surprising because for a long time. Researchers had mainly focused on the effects of spending time with intimates like our friends and family not complete randoms. You know I think we consider these interactions to be trivial. They happen quickly and spontaneously most of the time. We don't really give them a second thought so don't want it to know like what is up with. These stranger interactions and over the next decade she conducted a few more studies looking at how these interactions affect our wellbeing including the study at a coffee shop in Vancouver where she got people to either have a conversation with a Barista or to just get their coffee and get out. Be Totally Utilitarian about it. Which by the way is how done usually likes to roll. I really like efficiency. This is a woman after my own heart. Yeah me too but what done founded that just. Having brief interactions with the BARISTA would on a scale of one to five make people feel happier like six tenths of a point better in terms of positive affect and a half. A point might not sound like that big a difference but actually compared to a lot of other findings in our field. It's pretty solid given how minimal the intervention that we're using here is do we know why your way well. There's only been a handful of studies so far so researchers don't really know what's happening just yet but Dunne's theory. Is that when you talk to a stranger? You generally try to be friendly and cheerful. Because that's the social norm in a lot of places right and so just by acting more cheerful. That can shape how you feel and I imagine like you know bumping into a stranger kind of jerks you out of the routine of daily life maybe makes you feel like. I don't know I feel like a little more awake after I have a nice interaction with a stranger And I think when these interactions go well it can also affirm your existence There's this study that showed when participants were given I contact by stranger passing them on the street. They reported feeling more socially connected than when a stranger looked through them. As if they weren't there are such fleeting moments in our daily lives and yet be really powerful and just making people feel you know I am seen. I'm connected people around me notice my presence but what about people who? Maybe don't like talking to strangers. Yeah I looked into it. And there's this interesting study. By behavioral scientists Nicholas Julia Schroeder that found that commuters on trains and buses routinely reported a more positive experience when they talk to strangers even when they said they preferred writing alone in solitude. Oh yes I remember this study. There was this like big gap between how they thought interacting with a stranger would make them feel and what actually happened. Which Kinda loved. Yeah I mean I think it's also kind of tragic because it means that there are people who think they don't like talking to strangers and so don Even though it would probably make them happier in the moment and then the cycle just goes on and

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Katie Adamson on how the YMCA is like an Iceburg

HIT Like a Girl

06:51 min | 3 months ago

Katie Adamson on how the YMCA is like an Iceburg

"My Name Is Katie. Adamson and I am Vice President of Health Partnerships in policy at the YMCA The USA. I have been at the Y. For fifteen years that I've been in the space for thirty so old I am about prevention and at the Y. We're about community health and so a bit different from the conference. I think I'm a bit of an outlier in terms of that. But that's kind of exciting. So I started my career out working for elected officials and so the first one was Pat Schroeder from Colorado and she stealth helped start the congressional women's caucus and children's caucus and she was one of the first graduates of Harvard law school too. She was a super big innovator in women's rights and I also got to work for a member of parliament and Ireland row when I was yeah when I was there. He brought the whole government down for itchy rights again so it was kind of neat to see the parliament go down because he felt like everyone should get access to HIV care and treatment. Ap Don't mind my asking. When is this like right out of college? He was right out of college. Okay now. They're probably more progressive in the United States. Went back then. They weren't that guy that I worked for a very desmond. He introduced contraception into Ireland around the pope. While that kind of tells you he was a real meek guy I was lucky to work for him and then came back and went back to pat. Schroeder's Office. I had been an intern for her. And I said I still want to work on the hill. Can you help me find a job in so Bernie? Sanders had just been elected so when I worked for him. Nobody who was now. Everybody knows who he is. And Bernie's known a lot more. His super super liberal left issues but he was a huge and continues to be a huge advocate for prevention and that the system is skewed and needs to be right-sized towards bigger investment in prevention. So that really influenced me a lot and for him. I worked on those issues primarily and we introduced legislation to establish national cancer registry in this country so that we you know we have more baseball statistics about guys in the world series than we do about women who got breast cancer and so the idea was if you could really kind of capture when people were diagnosed how they were diagnosed that public health could intervene catch it earlier do better screening referral. Things like that so we were able to pass. That legislation helped him get reelected helped him work with Republicans which he had to do in order to get reelected so I was doing a lot of work at the time for him to increase funding for prevention and so the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. You know we're the only federal agency outside of Washington and we don't have anyone to help us. Educate the hill about what we do. Would you come work for us so took us about me about a year to get that job? But then I gotta go down to the Centers for Disease Control and help them come up and educate members of Congress about what the problems were and how big of an issue diabetes and cancer arthritis and all these issues were for the nation and how we needed to be doing more and building more programs in communities and that was an incredible experience for me. I came back and I work for some law firms as I was A nonprofit lobbyists basically so it was a law firm for profit. But I I worked for twenty nonprofits and I had to get all of them federal money. Wow so it's very hard. That's a huge responsibility was back in the earmark days and those are really good earmarks. I worked for Christopher and Dana. Reeve when they were alive. Superman and Dino's goal was that no one would ever have to make more than one phone call after a family member had become paralyzed because she was in a privileged position. She had all the access to anything. You could need in in terms of getting help for Chris. It took her like twenty six phone calls to get just a few things answered and so we built this entire center to help people living with paralysis. Get ACCESS TO CARE and information. Our Son had an issue so I've actually reached out to the Christopher Dana Reeve's foundation in having left the hospital after six months day with something that turned their lives upside down there just tremendous. Aren't they incredible? They really are and ours was not an interest spinal cord injury issue. It was non interested central nervous system but the people over there are just a pleasure to work with. I'm so glad to hear that because I was a long time ago so I'm so glad there's still doing three. Oh yes I was lucky enough to also work for Queen Noor of Jordan. Tell us more cues one of our clients and she and her husband when he was alive did so much to get rid of landmines in Jordan. And she helped takeover after. Diana died so she took over and ran the landmines survivor network and they'd won the Nobel Peace Prize with a group of others. Trying to get land mines out of the ground but they also started a landmine survivor. Peer Support Network around the world and so when they start this peer support network around the world. They helped landmines fibers. Get jobs and be able to survive as a lot of people few lose a lamb in another country. You're completely ostracized because you're not value to your family anymore. So long story short one of my clients was Ymca. When I was working at the law firm for just six months and I was about ready to get married and have a family and I needed to slow down because it was a really busy work so I came to the YMCA. And I've been there for fifteen years and so when I came to the YMCA. It was a really good time because the why was looking at trying to take the network of twenty seven hundred wise in the country and ten thousand communities we reach and drive the ship in the direction of prevention and control of chronic disease. And we've done this a few times in our history before during World War One and World War Two. We won the Nobel Peace Prize for our work during wartime a lot of people. Don't know that you know that. Yeah we were on the ground helping prisoners of war sadly were giving him some cigarettes and some donuts but back then we didn't have the science and that was part of what we did but we did a lot of social support the why was also on the Japanese internment camps providing health and well being in recreation so really got a lot of history in this country for things we've done and collectively tried to respond to community crisis a needs later when women were going back to work and we had latchkey kid problems. Why became one of the leading provider childcare? So the why was looking at it. It's makeup and saying we have challenge here. We are hello being organization we wake up everyday thing about spirit mind and body for all and we're losing the war here and if we're not part of the solution part of the problem so how do we get everybody moving in the same direction so that was kind of when I got to be hired and so it was Super Fun. Time to start helping our wise be connected to the innovators and so we worked with Folks like the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and we taught wise. How do plan do study? Act Really How to evaluate your work how to change the building so people felt welcome when they came in so they didn't see this gym equipment Or get a tour of the why they saw coffee and people sitting down and talking

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"schroeder" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Wendy from New Jersey gave. Wendy what's your question. Hey Andy Lobby Wendy. And they love stuff. Seeing though my question is What couple from any other Bravo show? Would they want to go on a double date with well? That's WHA- would have been a a real house of New York person but they're all circle. We'll just go out with Ramona. And Mario Yes. Are you Big New York housewives fan? I'm sure our show alone when I was with her with her old hairdresser upfront. Just showers names. Yeah I mean you're a funny guy. It's a comedy it's it's fantastic. It's my favorite By the way you guys are on a major tour. Right now are working. People find out dates. Because you're going all over the country we're going all over straight up with Stasi live. You can find tickets at Stacey Schroeder dot com slash tour. So I might be coming to one of your towns. You guys who's mind visit wants to know if you've picked out your dress yet. Oh yeah that was like the first thing I did. It is Melanie. Wants wants to know what was your first impression of star CBO really might think. Wait my photo or photo. You're talking about when the photo. That was my first impression. Yeah Not Really I. I've always said this. I look to your photo when I was like. She's not really like blond. Like seeds. Looks like every person we've talked about this news news I'm like can meet. Her was in my was like dolled up and I was like she wouldn't be in to me so I'm not into her. It was like Oh that in a split second. Wow it goes to a surprise guest. Who's traveled all the way to the clubhouse from a galaxy far far away..

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Police officer shortage rising in St. Louis City

Total Information PM

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Police officer shortage rising in St. Louis City

"The St Louis police department is supposed to have more than thirteen hundred officers but it's short more than a hundred and fifty officers St Louis police officers association president officer Jay Schroeder says it's worse than that we're a hundred and fifty two policemen down on the whole department but the effects of those is where actually a hundred and sixty nine down the street so that these other units are full strength and if a loss comes out they take it's coming from the streets and on top of that Schroeder says there are another fifty St Louis city police officers not able to work on the streets because of injuries the result he says police aren't visible enough to deter crime response times are up things like car break ins can take more than an hour the answer he says is to scrap the residency rule and raise police pay to recruit and retain more

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"schroeder" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch. What happens live with me? Andy Cohen and he's taking his engagement at a chill pays since she got heated and screamed in sandals face. It's watch what happens. Live was dossiers Schroeder. And Kyle Cook now. I'm your host. Andy Cohen live in the clubhouse with accommodation is note worthy as a swimsuit sued and a Turtleneck. You got my reference. My first guest is next level basic but if you screw up her book launch. She's not afraid to go next. Level ballistic for minimum rules roles please welcome Stasi Schroeder give the world's most awkward encounter was dossier of years back. But starting tomorrow you can find out if he's since cool jets from Summer House returning tomorrow at night. It's Kyle Cook the controversy because your fiancee is here. And because you're engaged but you to do make an ice cap it's the whole Barbie and Ken paying us after rock band best coast. Tonight's bartender appreciates the power duo which maybe why her new music video for. Everything's changed features strong aunt's like the Toms and Arianna in Katy too. It's Bethany the rules fan..

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"schroeder" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

04:42 min | 6 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

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"schroeder" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

07:58 min | 6 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"I think you artem for hosting another Bella brains now it's time for Bella Army. QNA as always tweet at Bella. Twins wins with the Hashtag Bellas podcast and we might pick your question to answer on the show this week. We have something really special. Because Skyler Grey and Elliot Taylor answering answering to tweets and the first question is from at Corus up five to eight to Schuyler and Elliott. Call each other fiancee's beyonce's but I don't think I've ever heard their engagement story. And when they got engaged. Oh Shit Oh shit. That's a kicker because I propose to him I didn't yeah. I was the one that down on a knee. Yes power you were in London was on my birthday. It was on his birthday And I had gotten him ring but it's crazy because he had gotten me a ring to give we plan to give it to each other on the same day and her assistant at the time. Vanessa who keeps I came sounds sounds like hey. I'm going to get rid of this ring. I'm not GONNA propose yet. I want to ask her dad. I said but I plan to but I don't want to wait that long. I'm anxious so I designed this ring and I just WanNa give it to her as like a love cheesy. She's like you better fucking propose because girls don't take love rigs anymore. I don't know I was like I wanna I wanna ask her dad and so I told her I was like I'm going to have it shipped to rehearsal in Detroit when we're in Detroit. We were on tour with Eminem at the time and we both had our ring shipped in the same day in Detroit which is crazy. We know he likes to have some paperwork coming to the hotel. I gotta go down and sign it and then I was like oh I have something for my outfit coming down to and if these packages and they were our rings Oh. We didn't know it at the time time London. He gave me ring earlier in the day. We're in bed napping and He opened the boss satellite on it and it was great. Green Emerald like lit up and he told me it was like a promise ring but he thought that was stupid. We call the love race and hi was just like Oh my God because I had this other ring that I was going to give him But it didn't feel like that was the right moment. I don't WanNa like do it right then. So we spent the whole Mike partying for his birthday later that night when we got back to the hotel I was so nervous like I had a stomach ache the whole day. I was tired and a little drunk at this point. I was like. Let's go to bed. He was after the show and everything was long trip and she was like. Let's go for a walk and it was during the morning. Our flight was at five. I said said I don't want to go for a walk right now I was. I had a stomach ache. Let's go first of all. We found those bikes deacon rent in London and we like started biking around London. It was like empty misty streets. It was so beautiful and then we pulled up to this beautiful gate. It was like a rat. Iron Super Gothic and I don't know why you off your bay. I just got off my bike because I just I just got off my bike and she got off hers and I dropped my and and it was so loud and the whole neighborhood hood worth and then I was like well. I haven't given you your birthday present yet and I figure I have the rest of of my life or our lives to give you anything you want and so this year I want to give you my heart down on my knee. Oh my God and I asked asked him to marry me nuts. We were both crying. What's going on movie like that movie one? Finding I feel like they could do a total movie of one day from your story from beginning to end. Oh you get a good hour and a half one engagement. Yeah you'd say sorry. That was kind of long. Show US totally enjoying being engaged. We have no rush to get remarried and no rules I. I'm the same labels I told artem. There's no there's no rush. Let's just enjoy being engaged. There's no pressure yes we are married. Yeah I married to but I love it because every time you guys make music together I always felt like I fill your guises love story through your music music site for everyone to hear duet because I don't know what it is about you too but it's just like your souls are meant to be on our to make music together Honest we get to that though we have one more question. I know it's from at me out back great that way and Taylor Senator Name. What are their inspirations? When they are creating music together has checked Bellas podcast? Oh Um pretty much. We don't make music apart anymore Ever since we started making music together I like. Don't WanNa right without him and there's no way I'm doing a session without modern either. Yeah 'cause we just love bouncing stuff off of each other and sometimes I come up with an idea and he helps me finish it or vice versa. He'll come up with an idea and and I help him finish it. No there's all sorts of though. It's really trippy. How a one concept can start and it could be all about love and then the final version example talk about the recent? The recent with Eminem called leaving heaven and I was in New York. You called me by God and idea and he sent me like a little recording and it was leaving. Heaven was the the concept and I loved the title but there was something about like it was about I was leaving her and for the day or whatever and she's gone and it feels like I'm leaving heaven but when I I heard the title leaving heaven I immediately thought revenge and so I took that title in a completely different way than he like meant it you wrote a song about leaving heaven went to go visit up. Yeah go to hell for. I gotta take a quick trip down to hell. Heaven face deal with this. Yeah that's dope and so then when I got home we like turned it into this song. and then Senate off to Marshall mathers and that I work with them. That's just I mean and that you play so I know I feel like such a great duo. You compliment is music. Thanks so much. When you guys worked together I couldn't imagine I'm having anyone else beside idea? Oh thanks yeah. They flow they view flying creature. Well let's talk. What about your guys? Just because I want to hear kind of the story on what made you guys create it and just what was then sprays. Cool take on love and it's like that you know that moment where you you catch somebody across the room and you you instantly feel this connection. That's kind of what it's about and Yeah it's really pretty. I love that I know. I can't wait to hear here it. Why say we play it? Let's play let's play as well that was it for this week's Bell Army Q.. Name but you're all in verse Special Treat Because Right now here on the bills this podcast. We are about to drop held Stan in long hours. Mine Emma on Johnny Mak- my mind would EMMA SIP in on his. ID login led. The devil land owes its bad intern. Tedium hat beans so fast. 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"schroeder" Discussed on What I Wore When

What I Wore When

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on What I Wore When

"I'm fascinated by Bravo the formerly humble television network that changed the course of culture. The network has made legitimate celebrities out of its talent. Most of whom could be considered reality stars. They have millions upon millions of instagram followers and fans who obsess over their every move one such star Stasi Schroeder the Queen Bee Vander pump rules one of the crown jewels in Bravo's repertoire. The show follows servers and bartenders at an La restaurant on by former real housewife Lisa veteran pump. Stacey has been called a lot of things during the show seven season. Run a mean girl entitled a bitch but she's also been praised for being relatable funny honest and entirely herself when we met Stasi had just finished speaking at glamorous annual women of the year summit where she gave a talk about embracing your inner asshole. Though she couldn't have been friendlier. We talked about the show of course but also about her upcoming wedding though. She refused to tell me a single detail about her dress. She was forthcoming about her life in the public eye. And how it feels when people try to cancel her on social media. We talked about the holidays. She bought and something. We both agree on. How shopping is the greatest stress reliever of all time. I really wasn't shocked when she asked me which van pump rules cast. Mate was the most annoying on social media and not surprisingly. I had an answer for her..

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Scientists discover DNA of woman on 5,700-year-old "chewing gum"

PRI's The World

03:35 min | 7 months ago

Scientists discover DNA of woman on 5,700-year-old "chewing gum"

"Juicy fruit it aimed but there was gum in olden times in fact about six thousand years ago a young woman in what is now southern Denmark tossed a lump of chewing gum made from birch tar into a shallow lagoon fast forward to the present some uh-huh researchers who found the gum during an excavation have used it to reassemble the woman's entire genetic code. Hana Schroeder is a molecular anthropologist and associate to professor at the University of Copenhagen he's one of the researchers who studied the ancient gum. What does this? DNA actually tell you. What did this young woman looked like? We found out that the individual who chooses piece of Birch pitch was female that this person lived about five thousand seven hundred years ago in Denmark. Southern Denmark had this striking combination Asian of dark skin and dark hair and blue eyes was fairly common in stones Europe. At that time we found that she was more closely related genetically to what we call Western hand together as from Continental Europe then too and together as who live just a few hundred kilometers further to the north and central Scandinavian Sweden who have another type Evatt mixture and. She didn't have that so that tells us something about how southern Scandinavia was first settled by humans. So yeah you can get a lot from a single genome. Well let's get back to this gum part of the story. What is Birch Tar right? So Birch pitch or Birch Tar as you say it's a black Brown substance that some produced by heating up Birchbark and then you obtain this residents kind of substance and that solidifies on cooling but then you know it can be made available again by chewing it and we know why the fact that often these pieces of Birch pitcher found with tooth and prints that were indeed chewed and then they would have been used for having stone tools for instance. So you know if you have an Arrow shaft shaft for instance wouldn't want and you WanNa put an arrowhead made of stone on that Arrow than you would use this substance in order to have the stone arrowhead onto the Arrow shaft in the same with the other types of tools and implements. Yeah it was kind of like a real purpose glue. If you want your a kind of an adhesive I mean what did this wad of gum look like when you found it and had did you figure out it was something akin to modern chewing gum. They're really inconspicuous. So they really small lumps maybe a centimeter and a half in size and often they're found with tooth tooth imprint. But this one didn't have any to imprint has all the other hallmarks of these falls and things that you can see and so Then we just thought OK. Well maybe maybe there's a in there and we tried and yet to hold. We've got a complete ancient human genome out of it which was Quite astonishing and it wasn't stuck on the bottom of some ancient shoe wasn't was it wasn't no no is just found in that site. The fact that you are extracting valuable information from six thousand year old piece of Gum does it also opened up the possibility hillary that there are other things. You haven't thought of yet that might contain ancient DNA. Yeah absolutely. I mean you know actually while earlier this year we published a paper. We got ancient. DNA from not quite that old only two three hundred years old from pipe stem in Maryland. We tell a lot about that individual's ancestry as on just from that DNA. But yeah I mean there are probably other types of objects that we might be able to get human. DNA From and possibly even you know microbial DNA as in this case but having said that you know these objects are quite special. So due to the fact that they weren't shoot and this was kind of part of the toolmaking process so that means that we have a chance of recovering ring this human DNA and and also the microbial DNA which might not be the case with other types of objects. Hana Schroeder is a molecular anthropologist at the University of Copenhagen. Thanks very much. Which thank you pleasure?

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Doctors 'reanimate' heart for first-of-its-kind transplant in US

Steve and Ted

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Doctors 'reanimate' heart for first-of-its-kind transplant in US

"A dead heart is brought back to life end used in a heart transplant the pioneering surgery was announced on Twitter by Dr Jacob Nile Schroeder director of the heart transplantation program at Duke University along with the announcement Schroeder posted a video of the heart beating outside the body of the donor the procedure is called DC D. or donation after cardiac death hard can be preserved for up to eight hours after being removed from a donor who has died the surgery is been done for several years in the U. K. but this is the first time in America if it becomes common would increase the pool of possible donors for heart

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"schroeder" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

09:04 min | 8 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

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Nam Nam Nam the momentum. Christmas song them. No no no no no no no no no no no not always a queen female. Okay wow okay. The Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam Nam. They're toxic. That's it really. Good Nikki. Komo Numb Numb Salim. Dion song known. I'm not bad. Yeah that's how you play to the world card out please Bana Wheel thank you. I'm done with wwl of wet. Just put it back there and in storage. Thank You van a vaccine. I took a field trip. I'll tell you what it's so funny a lot of times James. I get a little When I searched for the podcast now people search and I want to check in and I assert straight straight talk with Ross? This time I came up with doc- it comes up with stacy straight up with stocks and I think all the people that search straight talk with rousers straight up a Stasi saucy showed her from Vanderbilt rules ours must come in there too right and so and then I saw Stasi at an event and like I kind of knew I knew a few times. I didn't know where that well you know. And we started talking and she was just so engaging and so interesting we said at the time. We should do a crossover episode because people are always when they're searching for our podcast finding hers or finding my love that and And I thought she was so engaging when I met her backstage this event it was Halloween event that I did. Yeah and I said we should do a crossover event. We put it on the calendar. We said Yeah. Let's let's do it. The whole team was there and usually I would totally bail on doing something like I don't want to but I was. Ah She's so interesting and fantasy came. I was. Would you come with me when we went. We talked last week about we went to Mexican food. And I got that food and I didn't send it back. We actually recorded in episode with Stacy and on her program on straight to Australia Petoskey and then we stopped and down and then I read in fact Z.. We recorded interview with her. Our for our show. So we're going to play that for you now. And then we'll be back with the rest of our programs with Nikki. Be Trending fags e blackness and much much. It's a little field trip one on one interview with two on one tack timber. Hey now just last tweet. Talking to Saucy Schroeder whose fascinating interesting in us. She fell in love with her. I really did during the show instantly fell in love with her. And can I just say there's a little bit straight talk nostalgia. They're not mean rich owing bisexual sexual really bisexual but we called him in the bathroom bisexual but rich rich. Who was our original engineer? WHO's not bisexual? For some reason. We call them bisexual rich. I remember what happened but he was our engineer broadcast one in the very beginning of the. He's here engineer there too so it was really wants to see him as well. So we're going to play that for you when we come back you'll get to hear that And then we'll be back to finish so so enjoyed enjoyed. 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California wildfires finally contained, but forecasters say break may be brief

Correspondents Report

05:30 min | 8 months ago

California wildfires finally contained, but forecasters say break may be brief

"Fires also been burning on vast scale across California most of those fires fires are contained but American forecasters say the reprieve could be brief with more. Potentially deadly fires expected in the coming weeks in California as in Australia. Firefighters say the pattern of bushfire behavior is changing his Daniel in southern California in California's wine country. North of San Francisco. It's all too familiar firefighting aircraft bombing blazes with water. A filled with smoke and homes and businesses turned to rubble so this was the tasting room bar all along here and it was long one big. The areas now being devastated by fire at three years in a row this time. Mass evacuations prevented loss of live. But when winemaker Ken Wilson returned. He's winery was gone. Only the bond left. I thought we were pretty much safe from. I mean look at the vines between here in the mountain. You know I would would have had a lot of vines to burn through if it's a groundfire but since it's a wind fire that's different facing good. Yeah next day I said let's open up the bar you know that's just keep going. Let's move forward. Let's not like me mope around so so I stopped moping around tried hard not mope around robe there are remarkable similarities in the firestorms that are now routinely extending fire seasons in both him his views as an Australian reporter the same resonates as as boone in Australia in spring. US authorities say Californian fires L. frequently burning willing to autumn and and even Winter Fire Brigade Captain Scott Rules the life and property losses definitely increased tremendously and the size of the fires that were fighting. Dim Bayer Bayer for sure. There are several similarities that go beyond the changing seasons political debate over climate change remains hated having being pulled the US out of the Paris climate agreement and rolled back a raft of environmental regulations. Donald Trump has claimed that California's Democrat government has filed to effectively manage forests due to lobbying by conservationists threatening to withdraw emergency assistance after fires as Zien Australia at times aging electricity infrastructure. Maintenance has also being blamed for several large blazes including the deadly Campfire last via this time the power company Paging de took the unprecedented step of cutting power to millions to try to prevent Powell line sparking blazes his body. It's being blamed for several of the season's FIS anyway. I don't know the data's there for me personally On climate change. But I I do know that there's more people than there's ever been in this state And they're encroaching in the wildland and moving out and expanding out into the into the forest and also With that we need to improve our infrastructure to support that and Through many years I'm not GONNA say that. The infrastructure bid neglected but it just hasn't been maintained up to Up to a point that can support the amount of population. That's using the power lines down. Starting these fires that needs to be addressed Australian winemaker mic Schroeder has been in California since the early nineties counties observing the changing seasons and the more frequent emergencies. Here it's been little nightmarish And feroce little deja Vu. We were evacuated. Quieted two years ago. with what was called the pocket thought this has been the kinkaid foucault. We live a little bit north of here Outside of Small Town called Gaza Ellen. We were woken up by a neighbor at eleven o'clock last week Wednesday and walked outside and a we saw was massive blow and plume of smoke in the hill behind us through Through stuff car is quick as quickly as we could I'm trying to think through. What are you doing those those emergencies? Until two years ago I've never ever had to evacuate From a home so two years ago it kind of really sunk in and then you stop to think about and hear about the The the the crazy bushfires that that we have across Australia run your Sydney number of years ago and the the devastation that causes and And the same something here. Two years ago Just South of here Santa Rosa Suburbia Five and a half thousand homes enjoy just burnt and I think twenty five people lost. He lives in a just literally a fire storm creating creating its own tornado like environment and And you hear about that in some of the The FIS That have been been an industry as well. As overlapping across the southern and

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Brad Cox Interview

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:15 min | 10 months ago

Brad Cox Interview

"British idiom is you heard the call ridden by hobby or Castellano trained by Brad Cox who has been so good for so many years he is now trained one thousand two hundred eight winners in his career and that total includes those three victories that he had yesterday to Keelan one at Belmont Park but none none more special than that grade one Darlie Abe's win and Brad is with me now here on H. R. R. N. Brad Good Morning Congratulations. Thank you good good morning. How you guys doing things are good my friend. Dr You still kind of on a high after that big win. Absolutely they had several breezes this morning at your show just kind of wrapping things up yeah. That's that's a win. You definitely you know saver for a while. They're foreign feud between the great ones yeah. What's that light for a trainer when you show up to work. The next day is kind of like a victory lap around the race track where everybody's coming up and shaking your hand and congratulating you you know it's it's it's good. I mean you know it's it makes it easier to get up in the morning. I can tell you that when you you know just having good horses to look at watch them work watching breeze. He's checking the next day. F You know post race stuff like that so you know it's good horses which is get up every day and do this force. The you know have horses than move forward young horses Oaks Derby British Cup type horses what you're looking for so it definitely makes getting up a little easier. I promise you that yeah and you've been around so many good ones but certainly British. Idiom is looking being the part at this point in her career and let's remind people. This was only her second career start. She's now a perfect two for two after breaking her maiden at Saratoga back in the middle of August. It look back on that race from yesterday she she won very impressively very easily. Share your thoughts on the performance. I I mean it it. was you know to think he was going to go over and perform like that no way. I mean you know she. She just she just blew just spectacular performance and you know watching watching the race I mean broke with higher did a great job of keeping up in the race not necessarily on the League exactly what you like to see setting off a couple of horses a relatively you you know reasonable pace the backside. I think he was laying fourth and I looked at my sister and I said she's in a perfect spot. I mean she's got no excuse from here and then when she brings it up to the leaders eaters to three eighths. Kinda started looking at some of the horses behind us like I think she's got these in front of her when she's come up to fairly I think you can go buy these and then obviously I was kinda looking for perfect perfect alibi and szucs Philly and I saw so perfect alibi was kind of interesting you know if she responds when heavier ask this things over and she did and you know the only thing I told you can't tell the guy I don't give them any instructions at all jocks but the only thing I told him I said it's a short wire so don't don't you know short stretch. Yeah I wire so just when you turn for home ever position and he did just that she responded well. It was very very impressive race. Did you know this philly could be this good in this caliber when you first laid eyes on her no really well not when I first laid eyes on that yeah you have to go through several steps. You know obviously months and months of preparation to really get a line on we had this. Philly keeneland England then we moved into this summer and she was really stepping for stepping up and you know acting like she was a good horse we breeze brought her to Churchill with the intent of running her at Saratoga and Yep. We just left our church. I I can't remember exactly how it was about just her last work before she ran at Saratoga. was from the gate at Churchill she'll and thought you know this phillies going to be awfully tough at Saratoga auction race. We'd like to a lot so and you know come to find find out. It was like that morning. There was a buzz I was actually at Churchill today. She broke her maiden Air Togo but there was a little buzz kept hearing like you know they're stranded like horses turning like Susan. I like four or five of them in there and you know she. I think lots of times like you know I thought she would have been down a little more and she wasn't. I just think it was a you know a lot of people like horses in the race and the silly it was second obviously came back and broke her maiden. Belmont which was a positive You know just a couple of weeks ago so I uh I think it was even though it was restricted maiden race it was decent strong maiden races well so she received a big figure out of it to that. That was the one thing that Japan Academy Rag Number. You know a couple of days later and I thought you know she moves forward off that you know she's a she's a serious horse. She obviously did it. Just took us a while to get her back to the races we point for the Pocahontas and she the week before she breezed in the breeze was just okay and We've put a blood on her blood worker blitz count. Where's off a little bit so we just decided to skip the Pocahontas in point for talking with trainer Brag Cox Looking back on yesterday's big win in the grade. One DARLIE also vitek was British idiom. She is now punched her ticket to the Breeder's cup juvenile fillies which will be held at Santa Anita in Arcadia California about well one month from today. Hey we'll be breeders cup Saturday Brad. What do you do now over the next four weeks to make sure that she stays in peak form and she's ready to fire her best shot in the Breeders Cup. Well just you know as of right. Now you know I believe we have a plane scheduled to go out on Tuesday before so that's the twenty ninth we'll just go out then with whatever we have that's earn whatever earn their way to the Breeders Cup and you know just who works. I think you know nothing fancy. I mean you know she got a lot out of yesterday's yesterday's race being the second career start and you know just hoping she comes out of in good shape so far so good she scoped great. Last night looked good last night. Put her to bed and she looked at this morning. So you know Oh everything's positive with her will to this point and you know like I said we'll bring her back to Churchill worker twice and then off to California to before as long as everything goes well when you get an opportunity unity to maybe add a couple more grade wants to your resume later today you have Juliette Fox Trot going in the grade one first lady here at Keeneland and then you'll send out in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic at Belmont Park. You'll send out arc low in there so let's start with Juliet Fox Trot. Tell me a little bit about her really Nice Philly. I mean it took a really tough being California. Last time we got was beaten by. I think the two thousand eighteen races and the silica so I mean I think right if the wires the only time she was in front on of us we got back in front of her past the wiring dot great really nice really think the world ever very very classy filly to deal with in just just real real nice philly that train them and just very straightforward. Does everything alleged WanNa see a horse do of the mornings and obviously the afternoons as well since she's been here in North America America and just amazing philly not real big. I mean she she's. She's a beautiful really beautiful. I- owner beautiful head up but it's not a big big philly typical. I think you know think cut back to a mile. I think is a I think she can do anything between a mile. Maybe even a mile and a quarter anything in there but I always like a horse that you know in a mile in eighth last time cutting back to the mile today. I think a positive that she drew well in the race. looks like on paper. There's speed I'm hoping she can kind of break settle kind of shut off a little bit going into the first turning up the backside and she does that she'll be. She'll be very very competitive today. I think a lot of this feeling. I think she she some you know. Hopefully can you know get some great one placing. Maybe hopefully a great one win and I think you know. I think the plan right now to raise their next year and I really think she's got had a big feature. You know it's interesting you talk about the mile and an eighth cutting back to a mile later on this afternoon and how much you like that move. I've heard other people talk about horses making that can't move to why can that be so successful. I guess it's just a fitness thing I mean I know. We've had the feeling training all year but it's a lot angles and racing that you know you. Can you know I. I sometimes like you know You don't even if a horse runs well on the dirt going to turf. It's almost like you trick them a little bit. You know it's it's and you know I. It just felt like you can have a little more confidence with your shortening horse up as opposed to stretching now now 'cause you know the further you go. I guess the unknown but you know she performed well at a model at Qinglin this spring so we know she can do it. She didn't really shut off and rate that well that day wish you would have you know relax a little more but it was a first start off a long layoff for a long time. I asked her to run a little bit earlier and she was just kind of on the go like I said from off burning fresh off the layoff but she she's moved forward and she responds to what the routers warrant They had three different jobs under this year. You know they've all got along with her. Well so I think for on obviously knows Schroeder twice before been able to get her. They're both times so hopefully like I said if she can get take a trip and relax a little bit early. She'll be tough yeah. You've had her for four starts now. In North America her first one as you alluded to is keen last April after she campaign in in her native Great Britain when you get a horse like that Brad that comes in from overseas.

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Passenger Steps in to Fly Plane After Pilot Fails to Turn Up

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:08 min | 10 months ago

Passenger Steps in to Fly Plane After Pilot Fails to Turn Up

"Am a pretty regular regular traveller on the airlines and came across interesting travel tip recently all right and that is that if your flight is going to be severely verily delayed you can just volunteer to fly it yourself. Absolutely I've done that several times as someone said it's a variation on on on try the fish or what is it. have the fish have the fish have the fish of course being this sort of meam that I think Steve Tupper came doc with where on an airline flight he urges the pilots to have the fish in the hopes that they will be food poisoned and Steve. We'll be called up to the cockpit to fly the airplane so this is this is a little variation on that this is a flight in someplace someplace not in the US but a flight in England England to like was it to Australia or it was just as wherever it was to Manchester England Alicante Spain gene to Spain okay and and there was a scheduling Snafu in terms of flight crews apparently the only person was missing was the captain. It sounds like there was a first officer present all right but the captain is missing all right and the captain's GonNa be missing for a long time right and so one of the passengers on on the aircraft turns out is in fact a captain for that airline all right and he notices is this going on and he realizes that he and his wife and his kids hit or kids are about to be massively delayed on their way to their vacation and so he gets on the telephone to whoever they're they're dispatch or whatever and says listen. Here's the deal field's really delayed. I'm here I can fly. I got my ID. I'm in shape. You know I mean everything's Hunky Dory. If you guys are okay with it and if you're okay with me flying in civilian clothes it's all right and and apparently the dispatch people came back to him about well. He said it's sixty eight seconds or something silly like that but basically pretty quickly they came back and said yes do it and and so a long time to think about it. There's a youtube video that shows that shows this fill in captain standing at the front of the main cabin talking on the public address explaining this whole thing saying so. Are you okay with all right with you know with us not being delayed with me flying in civilian clothes so that we're not delayed and he got like almost a standing ovation imagine. It's like Yes yes but I'd be sitting there going really. How do I know this guy's really a captain. How do I what who's WHO's vetted. Did this thing I'm I'm a little. I don't know I but see then. I'm a I'm a ironically. I'm a timid airline Flyer and so I would I would be suspicious. I should say that because I can't see out the front window. I you know Jeb. You and I've had this conversation. I've explained this. I believe leave see. This is really going to get into deep deep stuff here or not you know we. I believe that riding on an airliner is is sorta like playing Russian roulette all right. I believe that you're playing Russian. Roulette with about a million chamber gun. and you're basically saying I will oh magic you know. The mystics are saying we will magically get you to your destination all right but you've got to put this million chamber gun to your head and pull the trigger all right and if you live you arrive all right like. I don't like the chances I don't like the odds I don't like that. I have no control the other. There's the other metaphor here's the other for income. Schroeder's airplanes airline passenger. This is shorting airline passenger. Okay is like once I go into that airline cabin and once they closed the door. I am both dead and alive all right. I mean you know whether or not I arrive as a living creature whether I'm able to leave alive. is totally out of my hands. I have no influence on it at all. Have the fish

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"schroeder" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

11:14 min | 10 months ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"You'll see the mystery box right there by the way I'm looking we're live on youtube and someone named Louis We Pontus. We went to high school together. Love the show and glad you're doing well. I totally remember you. Just remind me listen what what what class. Let's say if you had to say French because I really wasn't there. Does she have anything of yours because it might be in someone's mystery box. Today's guest featured on the Hamas comedy hour roasts Masters Stand Up Comedy Club Co host of the good the Dad and the ugly Patrick Schroeder. It's going on guys. Thanks for having me Dan. I'm Greg if you need. I think you guys when you move out of here. You should just have comedians who have been on the show that are movers and then have like you know microphones Acre phones throughout and make that a podcast. That's fun yeah. That'll be our marathon. Actually in the upcoming marathon. We have an annual marathon usually about twenty four hours long. I think everyone should just take one thing on their way out and just put it in the new space for everybody does a little outsource moving the COMEDIANS. Have you noticed this Patrick by the way when you Google Patrick Schroeder you know that a popular gentleman that POPs up is one Patrick Schroeder convicted killer yeah. I'm aware of that guy. He killed somebody then went to jail and killed somebody in jail and then I think they gave him the the death sentence. There's that he's gone. He's away for a long time. He has if you're curious when he looks like and we'll put on the website of course thank you. He's a red beard. It's a table Oh face. It's one of those that if you put a cloth over it looks like a table it's rectangle and it has perfect edges and there's something thing about giving birth to that that you know you're in trouble. That's a hateful face. That's the that's the face of a man who does not have any positively more squared the worst but rectangles still trouble. I also used to have that exact same haircuts long. There's also another Patrick Schroeder. They did a feature on him and rolling stone. He's called all the Nazi hipster is the leader of the German Nazi hipster movement so there are no good Patrick Schroeder's. I'm the best and I'm not good if you do nothing and you're the best curse name for sure. I think it's probably best to do nothing. It seems like you guys just fuck up just lay low. Did you get the male murdered Patrick shorter was charged with the death and robbery of Kenneth Albert in two thousand six Ford's a check written on Kenneth Account the deposited the check into his own the in the money for the check run on Kennesaw count the positive into his own account three days before the murder that is ah the traders notoriously do not think things out very well. Kenneth lived alone on a farmhouse. Just that's the guy that was killed just outside of Ponti City Where was the set at approximately six forty five? Am On am on April fourteenth farmhand farmhand arrived at Kennesaw House to report for work. Kenneth could not be found. There was blood in the house in the bedroom mostly hall closet later law enforcement discovered an empty lock box walks inside the closet. The key to the lock box was still in the lock and the key and the edge of the locks lock box were covered with Kenneth Spud more blood found outside kind of spotty was eventually eventually discovered at the bottom of a well located in the farmhouse so he dragged him to the wealth thinking. No one will check the well Patrick's are very strong. Meanwhile left left a whole lot of blood. No this guy's a mover to of sorts. You know that like it's so hard to move a body. I think it's so funny that well it's not funny but like killers Taylor's think about that afterwards like I killed him now. What do I do clean up so much? I think about that all the time. That's why I could never murder anybody buddy. The cleanup is because you know you're supposed to get like a tubful acid but that takes forever to dissolve all the bone matter and all that I sit at home depot excess by when you move out they're going to be like hey what happened to the TUB looks. It looks weird. You have to look at buying acid acid like a gun waiting time by the acid but then you have to wait for the murder near you can't you can't just you just went to Home Depot and then kill that week now now. It's like saying like you can't afford to check from a guy and then kill him three days later. I know you think I'm what if at the end of a couple of months I don't WanNa kill him anymore. That's the risky guy to take now but you gotta you gotTa put a little distance between the two. A pathologist testified that the cause of death was multiple blows to the head by a blunt instrument Patrick has worked for Kenneth from May of two thousand to August of two thousand and two on two thousand six a check written on Kennedy's account made out to Patrick for the sum of one thousand three hundred fifty fifty cent dollars deposit well. Maybe he's not an asshole because they will give you fourteen hundred ten. I kill me. A witness said that at six twenty. Am On April fourteenth she saw red pickup parked alongside the highway near Kansas farmstead that was Patrick's wife's trump. He was married good. Perhaps isn't that amazing as somebody for everybody gives hope he gave the owner of his of his house a thousand dollars in cash to pay for outstanding balance on his account the the station owner testified the owner of the House testified while Patrick has always made cash payments. He never received payment over fifty dollars. A guy got a windfall Don't ask questions so that is like the hustler movie where like the the Asian ones mom or grandma whatever she was they were like flat broke but then all of a sudden she hands wads of cash and her mom's like yes sure okay yeah. This happens America right the one thousand thousand three hundred fifty seven dollars. You wonder this Patrick thought he was honestly Oh that white for working on the form Oh yeah this is one of my take like one thousand three hundred fifty seven dollars. I feel like you could also for that amount of money. You could just intimidated out of somebody. He didn't really like this guy wanted to murder and this is probably the first conceivable time in his life. He's probably do it here. He he came across more of these means I stand for integrity. Does it basically my stepson. He's how old is he F- Forget ten eleven ten eleven. Let's say he boarded this mean to his to who was the guy classmates in his skull that he came across and it is so dramatic and it's like if anybody ever messes with you my best friend sending sending it out at all the boys anybody messes with you. We'll get ready to visit me in jail because when they miss with you they've messed with the raw ten years old. They messed with the wrong person little benny yeah a little benny. Let's not an intimidating you know. He can't be the enforcer serve the grade level like hey. We're good. If anything happens a little Benny's got back do the time I'm sorry but spitting on my friend you just took a knife life to your own throat the beginning of the school year starting. I think this is because you have is back too much. He's like I have a big friend right and saw aw we'll all be in jail. I'll tell you that this is the same guy who wanted a box while he was away from in Campbell the Democracy Candy but he still understands the the idea of writing or die down from the calls see I feel I feel like it was to my benefit that I knew at a young age I was a coward and Lloyd did confrontation at all costs I would to this day. Trump goes down with one of my friends you will not I'll be gone before it happens. I die tweeted my friends the other day all of them said please think before you speak yeah that's on you. Don't get yourself into something you can get out of. I've only been punched in the face two times times in my life and it was while they were both basketball related but what happens on the core. It's understandable you know sometimes. A punch on a basketball court is not the equivalent equivalent of like a punch at a bar hard foul hi pal. I found somebody pretty hard. I I you know I get it but it was always retaliation like somebody failed me hard and I was like well. You're not GonNa get away with that. I mean you body. Check them. No I it was more like a tackle like it just swooped down hard with an eye. They we're going up for a layup as they're jumping. I'm coming down hard with the other are making sure they can't do that. They fall to the ground. They come up swinging wanted a one. That's not okay. Okay what's dangerous because the rules aren't clear. Am I wrong or am I right. I don't watch basketball but it sounds to me. The rules are never clear why it's almost like pass interference in football. It's not very clear yeah yeah. It's it's more of like I- i- disrespected it wasn't even about the physicality of it was just like I took it to the place where the the only I left them no other option than till I get my face and vitamin well me and my ten year old grows we say about integrity. It's about respect and if you break that honestly you just broke your own face. No it's toxic masculinity right. I think so many women will you guys punches them a little bit. It's more bro Code disrespect me. You guys ever get hit by a woman. I yes I had I had a I had a slap once that she took back as she was giving it is giving the slap and she means it this high school and then stop since because she felt bad or she meant when she started. Yes let you do wow that was like I started crying and I want to end there. I know how to act with punishments. No I'm just like okay now. What did what'd you say oh? What are the well what I did wrong? I don't remember I didn't know how to talk the girls and I think we were like flirting hurting but I didn't know this was the Weirdo with my notes back and forth or I was dismissive ordinary. I don't remember what it was just being nerdy and not knowing how to talk to girls and and so I got out of class I mean it said I'd go. The bathroom is understood. We were GonNa meet somewhere and then she's like this letter you son. I don't like you sent letters. These letters allow letter center sure yeah yeah just like random girls you liked or I said. Listen girls anybody the with you know I mean you know I don't know however you get lucky over. Somebody gets your attention on how you get lucky the letters they keep sent because he was new to poetry he sent like what was it guns and roses leering now come on that'd be hateful for some sugar on that sort of thing when you make love. Do you look in the mirror. Who Do you think of like me? Does he look like me. Do you tell lies and say that it's forever you think twice just touch and see and you're like what does that mean whatever you wanted to me but isn't it..

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Illinois patient may be first vaping-related fatality in nation

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:19 min | 11 months ago

Illinois patient may be first vaping-related fatality in nation

"The state of Illinois has reported the death of a patient who developed a severe respiratory disease due to vaping this may be the first such death in the nation KCBS is Scott with Terry reports the death comes amid an epidemic of E. cigarette related illnesses inflammatory long diseases with the patient who Illinois health officials say was between seventeen and thirty eight died of we really need to understand why this person died what they were using but I think the message is vaping is not fully safe as UCSF professor of medicine doctor Steve Schroeder the centers for disease control or investigating the death amid an outbreak of illness across the U. S. that officials have linked to the use of E. cigarettes Cynthia Hallett is the president of Americans for non smokers rights a number of these eighteen associated pulmonary injuries I think that there's still a lot of research and that our colleagues at the centers for disease control and at the state health departments and at the FDA are doing a lot of research but until we know more I think individual users should really be where of the thing San Francisco's ban on the cigarettes will go into effect in January but marketing continues I have a great concern over E. cigarette companies and especially those large ones like jewels who continue to advertise to young people and those who aren't smokers put a call in the tool for comment we have yet to hear back solitary

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Delta Air Lines pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

Mac and Gaydos

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Air Lines pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

"A pilot for delta airlines was removed from the cockpit and arrested after allegedly failing a breathalyzer test before his scheduled flight thirty seven year old Gabriel Schroeder arousing suspicion when he ducked out of a TSA line and into a bathroom we're Minneapolis the thirties later found a bottle of vodka A. B. C.'s cheap transportation correspondent David curly has the story visibly nervous pilot does go through screening but police are suspicious and officers fine Schroeder in the cockpit for the flight to San Diego as passengers waited Schroeder's breathalyzer was well over the limit for pilots he was arrested delta found another pilot the flight was delayed for an hour the airline says it has no tolerance for violations of alcohol policies the pilot has not yet been

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Delta pilot suspected of drinking pulled off flight, arrested

Atlanta's Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Delta pilot suspected of drinking pulled off flight, arrested

"A delta airlines pilot faces charges after police say he tried to board his flight drunk A. B. C.'s Dave Packard reports pilot Gabriel Schroeder was supposed to fly from Minneapolis to San Diego but officials at the Minneapolis airport say before the pilot went through security he noticed TSA agents were conducting additional screening he then removed himself from the lush rotor was arrested after police conducted to sobriety checks delta says it is cooperating with the

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"schroeder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Schroeder with our star spangled banner. Looking around. I see what I believe to be a capacity crowd here tonight. Almost every seat in the building is full some later reiver's for sure, but hey, what the heck Saturday night in a city like Denver. Why not come to the hockey game? Let's get to the starting lineups in goal for the Colorado. Avalanche's Simion Varlamov at defense for the answer are going to be Eric Johnson and Samuel Gerard and upfront for left to right matinee idol starts at left wing centering the apps opening wind. Nathan MacKinnon starting at the right wing is the NFL's leading scorer Meco Renton, by the way in his career against the hawks for Lama thirteen six and two with three shutouts for the Blackhawks. It's Colin in goal. He's one one and on his career against Colorado. That defense or curled Ulsterman Connor Murphy upfront from left to right. It's Brandon Saad left wing. Jonathan tastes Anderson. Hawks opening line and dominant. We'll start at the right wing referees tonight are Kendrick Nicholson and Ian Walsh, the linesman Andrew Smith. Dan, Travis garrulous. Tonight's opening face off is sponsored by chevydriveschicago dot com. Your local Chevy dealer gives you the edge with a mix lease more Chevy for less money. Ask it up Chevy's Vic Vic Leeson after you can tell by the puck sounds in the background were underway here in Colorado in the near corner in the avalanche zone. Puck is taken away. By the adult moves up the left wing Senate over Eric Johnson at center ice on the right wing over the hawk line down the left wing. Fires a shot that misses the net. Puck carom settled the far corner and back down ice into the avalanche zone. Brandon Saad chasing Samuel Gerard behind the net into the near corner. Gerard put a pass up the left wing Alexander through center ice took it in over the hawk blue line sends the puck over in front of the net Than's up in the far corner Chicago area. Kid JT comfort had a play for the puck could not get to it. Here's Gabriel land Scott Tyson buried, the line drives a shot from there that's blocking the left wing boards in cold air Senate in front of that redirected on goal turned wide, Colin Delia that was on the redirection Patrick Kane at center ice. He had a sticks lashed out of his hands. And we're going to get an early penalty. Cain put his hands out to a side. Is this to say what the heck and the referee picked up on it. We get an early. Citco fueling good. Stick was broken. And that's why he had to let it go. And obviously when he did that to say, hey, that's a red flag in walls picks up the call. Blackhawks get a quick citgo fueling good powerplay to for four against the Minnesota wild a couple nights ago at the United Center the first time all season long. The Blackhawks scored two power play goals. Fancier don't realize that the stick was broken and Patrick Kane. Just let it go. Look a little bit easy that he just dropped a stick. But he knew it was broken. So the referee that it was broken. Blackhawks need to continue on here. Power. Play goals it for the past five games. Five fourteen drop of the puck to the right of our lobby off the hawks get control. Cain moving right, circle shoots glove. Save made by Varlamov Bill. Hold onto the puck. We get a whistle. Another face on the app zone in the circle to Varlamov left. Nice job keeping the puck in the zone. All of a sudden a quick attack. Dylan Strom goal for assistance last couple of games. Cater working on a six game point streak right now. Five goals, five assists. Of course, the hat trick last game against the wild. Dave face off with comfort wins the draw. Patrick Kane of the Gusta centre-left wiped Alex debrincat left wing corner. He at the first goal against Colorado in the last meeting round a cane or along the right boards, the line Gusta, Cindy, flat to Kane. Top of the right circle. The strong beside the net Janssen on-call turned wide by Kharlamov. Then cricket fire from a less, certainly hit the post Huck ricochets to the right boards page down beside the right circle. Cain bolts a saucer pass Iceland gusts this a long list shot blocked away. It back right circle. Cat connects first goal of the game and the hawks power play. We Colorado one nothing with one forty six gone in the hockey game. Have you seen them move the puck around better than this power play all season long? This was incredible. Boy, they moved around the opened up a little bit earlier. He ran off the crossbar the good part possession. Retrieval moved it around opened up another opportunity Gusta through some parks towards the further net to create some havoc in the structure of the penalty killing Patrick Kane. A spin around no look pass order the cat who picks up. He picks up his eighteenth. At the season. That's his fourth onto citgo fueling good power. Play Blackhawks up one nothing. Great power play freight movement for that goal. And every Blackhawks goal scored tonight. Gerald auto group will make a generous one hundred dollars donation living world cancer resource center. Gerald cares. So debrincat from Kane one forty six end of the hockey game on a power play. Citgo fueling good power. Play hawks. One for one as we return to the action spin Andhra ghetto and the right wing corner. Hawk zone wheels out the wildfires long shot. It's blocked in front mocked British as out dominant hawk line right link the Dylan secure cuts it over the line on the right wing lost the puck off a poke check and rebuttal picks it up to the far side of the rank then had the puck stripped away by David camp to secure along the left boards. He'll spin it down to the corner and one of the newcomers to the avalanche lineup. Takes the puck. Barry played his first game in Vegas. The other night. Ryan graves is required. From the Rangers. Spins the puck ahead at flips. It ends up in the hawk zone. Seabrook clears it down to the avalanche blue on Gerard their shot into the hawk line. Hayden intercepts Hayden back through center ice over the wind right wing drops. Another right circle Brendan for leaning. It's off his stick. And Gerard will flip it out to center ice in front of the benches Carl dalstrom there? The hawks will flip it off the boards in behind the net is the hawks are in the midst of a line change. Direct passing gonna candidates center ice on the left wing lost the handle the past Dylan strong took it away. Tried to fire it across the rink picked off by the candidates center, ice, the Kennan over the hawk line down the left wing became entangled with Eric Justice lost his thick that should have been slashing penalty by Costas. Justice and trying to get itself free from Kenan who's got hold of Gustafsen stick and the referee standing there looking at this. He just let some play K. Meanwhile slot. Soups that deflects? 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"schroeder" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Schroeder was a caddy at the golf course. Scholtz worked at as a teenager Linus and Lucy van pelt got their last name from a man Schultz served in the army with meanwhile, Lucy's character was inspired by Schultz, his first wife and his mother. I guess there's. A lot unpack. There does seem to be the case. Actually, I was reading this tribute to Charles Schulz from Bill Watterson who is my hero, and who did the common Hofstra. And he thought peanuts as the gold standard of comic strips, and this is his take on Lucy. Quote. I was struck less by the fact that Schulz drew on his troubled marriage for material than by the sympathy that he shows his tormentor and by his ability to poke fun at himself, which is actually pretty interesting like Lucy is annoying and mean-spirited, but you don't ever really hate her for it. No, that's true. And you know, he was looking for inspiration everywhere. Even line is his famous blue blanket came straight from Schultz's life when his daughter was younger. She was obsessed with her own security blanket. Yeah. I mean, of course, they're going to be stealing from life. When you've got like a daily deadline and working at that sort of volume, but I think the one character, I always think about is the little red haired girl who goes on named and that's the one that Charlie Brown always had that huge crush on. She was apparently based on Chilton's girlfriend in the late forties. This redhead named Donna Mae Johnson. And after the war the to them worked together at this correspondent school in Minneapolis. And after a few years of dating shows finally worked the nerve to propose to her. But then Donnie turn them down and married. A different guy a few months later, and it was obviously this huge blow to his pride. But in the end that were deal, actually, inspired one of Schultz's most famous characters and supposedly he and Donna may remained friends for years later. I mean, there are some definite shades of Charlie Brown to that story, and you can see that throughout his work. Yeah. Definitely. And it makes sense because both Charlie Brown and Snoopy they're often considered stand-ins for Schultz himself. In fact, Charles's son Craig Scholtz wants. Set about him each of the characters represents a piece of our dead. Charlie Brown was his real self and Snoopy was what he wanted to be which is kind of funny to think about, but it makes sense and both characters also had real world counterparts to Charlie Brown was actually the name of a friend that Charles worked with prior to creating peanuts and Snoopy was based on Charles's own childhood dog, this English pointer. Not a beagle. Who was named spike and whose name would later be used for one of Snoopy's brothers. So if Schulz had a dog names by then where's the name Snoopy come from? Apparently Charles had originally planned to call his dog sniffy. But then he found out that another comic featured a dog with the same name. So he had to change it to something else. But luckily, he had this backup when he was a kid. His mother suggested if they ever got another dog they should name him Snoopy. And so that's where the name came from anyway back back to the real world Snoopy for a second. It's pretty striking how devoted to his dog. Charles was just like Charlie Brown would later be with Snoopy. So how do you mean the very first wrong that Charles ever published was of his dog, spike? So Charles was just fifteen years old at the time when he submitted this drawing, and actually a fact along with it to Ripley's believe it or not and it got published nationally. I mean, that's pretty cool. But what was so unbelievable about spike that got him published in Ripley's will the drawings. Caption said that spike was quote, a hunting dog that eats pins, tax and razor blades. So he didn't exactly have Snoopy's refined. How it but it does sound like spikes shared his taste for adventure. There was this article in mental floss about this. That was talking about the dog would make a break for freedom anytime the door was open and only comeback because he loved going on car ride. So whenever spike loose Charles would run to his dad's car, and basically just honk the horn as a way to lure the dog back. I mean, we we actually had a dog like that growing up. She run off for the only way to get her back with. Unwrap a slice of American. Exactly. That's what always works. His so weird that like that plastic peel sound was coming off the crafts licensed. That's what would make a race back to the house. But, you know, having a dog you keep losing sounds very Charlie Brown to me as well. And speaking of what some of my favorite peanuts factor are the ones that overlap between Charlie Brown's childhood and Charles Schulz's like there's a surface level stuff. But both of them had fathers who were Barbara's. But then there are also those like wonderfully tragic tidbits from shows his life that feels so Charlie Brown like his dad used to give him haircuts. But when customers game in you'd have to hop out at the chair, so you just have to grump around and wonder about with half a haircut. Does it sound? So very Charlie Brown. It's pretty great. Yeah. I know. And there was one time when Schulz stood in line at a movie theater because they were handing out candy bars to the first one hundred kids to buy tickets that day, and of course, Schulz was one hundred first kid in line you when he was in high school teacher convinced him to draw some comics senior yearbook, and so she'll it's of course, being super tinted and socially awkward, and he's a little nervous, but he desperately wants to be a cartoonist. So you overcome his shyness he submits artwork? And then when the yearbook comes out, of course, everyone had forgotten to include his work like not a single one of his cartoons. Well, that's a tough break. But you know, it is interesting to see that not every aspect of peanuts is drawn from Schultz's own experience. If you take the character Franklin, for instance, he was introduced as the comic strips first black character, and this was in July of nineteen sixty eight and this was just a few months after the assassination of MLK junior. Yeah, it's amazing that that's fifty years ago this year, and and this was based on a reader suggestion right here. That's right at the reader was a mother of three name, Harry Glickman, and she wrote show is just a few days after the death of Martin Luther King. And now in that note, the Glickman noted the power that mass media has to shape what she called the unconscious attitudes of our kids. So she has Scholtz to add one or more black characters to strips, and this was so that children could see that respect and friendship was possible between people of all races and Scholtz was pretty moved by the idea, but he didn't add the character immediately. He was actually a little bit. Nervous that the move might seem to be patronizing to black readers, but his Glickman continued to correspond with him over the course of several months, you know, he decided to change his mind on this and on July first he wrote to say that Glickman's should watch for the new character to appear by the end of the month. Which of course, he did. And so does show suffer any blowback from from this? When when the stroke comes out, well, you know, you had some black readers that did argue that Franklin was a bland character and therefore somewhat patronizing, but in general readers appreciated the added representation as well, as you know, how kind and worry free Franklin was compared with other peanuts kids, but it's still it was undoubtedly a tense time for America for an artist today. Byu what was essentially the first minority character in a mainstream comic strip, but other than this brief exchange were Franklin mentions that his father was a soldier in Vietnam. There's really nothing overtly political about his inclusion like Charlie Brown loses his beach ball only to. Have it found and returned to him by a boy named Franklin? And then the boys decided to build a sand castle together. Which is of course, very sweet. Yeah. But they're definitely a bit of backlash from this. You had several newspaper editors from southern states that wrote to Scholtz demanding that he stop using the character or at the very least Eddie avoids showing Franklin in school with the other white characters, which is just mind boggling to think about but his response was pretty straightforward. So here's what he told an interviewer years later about the incident. I never paid any attention to those things. And I remember telling United features president Larry Rudman at the time about Franklin. He wanted me to change it. And we talked about it for a long while on the phone, and I finally side. And I said, well, Larry, let's put it this way you print it just the way I draw it or I quit. How's that? So that's the way it ended. I mean that is so awesome. Then it's nice to hear that. Despite whatever reservations, he might have had at the beginning Schultz alternately went to bat for Franklin and this really. A big way. Yeah. And you know, I I know we wanted to talk about an earlier occasion when Schultz, but it has with upper management and this time about what the strip should be called before we get into that. Let's take a quick break. Hey,

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"schroeder" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Yeah and so anything can happen it's like schroeder's cat there where it's like is it live is dead you have no idea until you get that call yeah feeling pretty good i think that turned out pretty well regret i loved them yeah it's good stuff so tell for for the uninitiated and i can't imagine there would be anyone who would listen to this show and not yours and vice versa i mean we probably have line we have the same audience though you would have to think but for just for the uninitiated tell people with to queens podcast is and then segue and if you can you know really kind of brilliantly and just without really making a big deal out of it just make that wonderful segue into telling us what the television shows okay great tuneup queens started i guess so jessica my jazz it up a little i know what i mean like at this point really hook us you know what you like ever seen a great movie that starts in the middle of an action scene in this this is crazy maybe do some unconventional storytelling where you're telling things out of order like really drop us into the most exciting part and then backtrack do something like that no dunkirk this is a very like the most boring version of the darkest hour no yeah no so twenty four t jessica and i did background daily show p she did about black women's hair in the military which is perfect because i'm wearing a wig right now and we just like hit it off there was like a lot of downtime so we just sorta started talking and she started doing improv so did i and i was like hey i have this podcast and this is before i started to queens had this podcast i used to tape my one bedroom apartment that was horrible have mold in my bathroom ceiling one point the ceiling colt entire ceiling collapse in my bath like were you in the bathroom i was.

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"schroeder" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on TechStuff

"Fact that has happened over time people have designed experiments to test these ideas and found through the results of the experiments that those ideas seemed worthy they seem to valuable and add real now schroeder's cat is a way of exaggerating this superposition effect kind of in an effort to show how crazy it sounds so here's the thought experiment let's say you've got a cat and you put the cat in a metal case inside that case with the cat is a device that contains a radioactive particle now that radioactive particle could undergo radioactive decay within the next hour or equally it could not the k within an hour so there's an equal chance that it could decay or that it could remain whole within the span of an hour fifty fifty if the particle does decay the energy it gives off will cause a glass vile containing a poison to break and that will release the poison in the cage and kill the poor kitty cat the whole experiment is completely sealed away the cat is unable to interfere with the device because if you interfere with a quantum state then it deco hairs the whole experiment falls apart so you have to have the this is a thought experiment anyway but you have to have it set up in a way so the cat's not gonna interfere with the quantum state so an hour goes by with the cat inside this cage and the radioactive element in there as well and the question you have to ask yourself before you open up the cage is is the cat dead or is it alive now according to the superposition theory and showed injures interpretation of that theory you would have to say that the cat is both alive and dead at the same time that exists in this quantum state where it is alive and dead it is only when you open the cage and you look in and you are centrally measuring the system this way because you're making an observation.

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"schroeder" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"A better solution would be like a spin efan rerouted jayme and you can get a bunch of people who show up in spain for a couple of hours in joining schroeder buckles teaches spin less glasses yeah here we have it down a bit oilfield on har spinner dav rappleye day i'd like to meet this fellow americans save i find him we we see if you can finding you don't even know if he's not dimmed to come here today are you mad at that roman reigns one last night and you wanna make things weirdo to hear here no no no i've got baker grievances than roman reigns all number two okay megacities here okay all right sure done a guy last message out he was walking in the buildings so you should be in here sounds very ominous edgar judo or something it are you guys do messing with makes like this friday off dude i don't know anything repetitive i'm going to give him a generalized pact not to generalise of specific patout give a joyrider biscuit right don't talk about about belong on okay while we wait until you hello adriana live who i see you at faces good rate i don't know man sean i sean hey how's it going we'll quick i ask that is a great idea a all do dollars per while a now we talk okay the yemenis are we've already got this guy pledged a pledge money we don't even know what he's doing this guy was the money already this is how this works okay we pledge per mile per mile how thanks man way i i don't think we would have come up with that one on our own thank you uh no problem otago are you too all right so i guess we have people a.

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"schroeder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The cat like i mean i don't know about your cats but my cats don't necessarily just sit there for an hour and about like the cats gonna wiggle around as the box not wiggle what does it have to be a castle the box wiggles but you have this and so the the monitor and all the the subatomic particles are position in such a way that the cat can't for nagel with them they don't this is really a thing yes i wrote her yeah it's trojer kat it's a thought experiment as i like schroder better weirdly i ever think he of the blazing can't have nine lives so how do you north the cats alive did it really die in there and is now in its fourth wife cat resurrection is a possibility that we have to entertain on i mean i realized that the cat in your experiment can't actually messed with the atomic particle martin lee on that but i'm just saying like i walk up to a box it has a canon it if the boxes shaking cats alive of the box isn't shaking cats probably not alive that's where i'm going with it probably something that these quantum physicist didn't account for was cat mobility within the maoists at is your bringing in schroeder's cat oxfam's razor lal see there you go you combine theories you could cut the cat out of the box with all razor to if you're careful i in my head hurts so badly right now we're did you first here of something like that trend cat probably in college college boy i'm still trying to figure out of atoms razors available on dollarshaveclub that's go on espn radio on espn 2 uh i'm wa cemetery wrench i took freshman year site guys it's fine o how can we over the coming up i can't get over or under the cat theory are little up next will build some over under questions that will actually understand first though junior a word from optima tax.

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"schroeder" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Because this is a special episode force and because we had just such a wonderful time with the mosaic singers and with schroeder play one song that they signed while we were there um this is change is going to come uh ooh oh woo hoo.

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"schroeder" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"schroeder" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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