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Hawaii remembrance to draw handful of Pearl Harbor survivors

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 hr ago

Hawaii remembrance to draw handful of Pearl Harbor survivors

"A remembrance in Hawaii today for those killed in Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, about 2400 servicemen were killed in the Pearl Harbor bombing nearly half on the USS Arizona alone, many of those still alive are at least 100 survivor Luke hunter, who is a 101 years old, recently told the AP he's not a hero. Not us. We're not heroes. They call us heroes, but we're not at the ones in 2403 men that died or the heroes and we've got to honor them ahead of everybody else. His doctor told him not to travel to Pearl Harbor so conscious as he'll watch the ceremony on TV, the bombing by the Japanese launched the U.S. into World War II. I'm Julie Walker

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Real ID deadline for air travelers extended by 2 years

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 hr ago

Real ID deadline for air travelers extended by 2 years

"COVID-19 has prompted an extension of the real ID deadline for travelers. The date that you'd need a real ID to board a domestic flight has been pushed back by two years to May of 2025. The Department of Homeland Security is citing the lingering impact of the pandemic for a slower than expected rollout, many states have been extending expiration dates due to local backlogs, the real ID law was passed in 2005 on a recommendation from the 9 11 commission to incorporate anti counterfeiting technology and more checks to ensure a person is who they claim to be, enforcement has been delayed several times back in 2019, a few months before lockdowns began, transportation security

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Justices take up elections case that could reshape voting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 hrs ago

Justices take up elections case that could reshape voting

"The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments today over whether a state court have the power to strike down congressional districts drawn by the state legislatures, Republicans from North Carolina are bringing the case to the high court, arguing that the constitution allows state lawmakers to have virtually total control over the times, places and manner of congressional elections, including redistricting, the North Carolina state Supreme Court struck down districts drawn by Republicans who control the legislature because they heavily favored Republicans. North Carolina is among 6 states in recent years in which state courts have ruled that overly partisan redistricting for Congress violated their state constitutions. Donna water, Washington

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No. 17 Illinois rallies late, beats No. 2 Texas 85-78 in OT

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 hrs ago

No. 17 Illinois rallies late, beats No. 2 Texas 85-78 in OT

"Terran Shannon junior scored 12 of his 16 points in overtime, including a tie breaking three pointer as number 17 Illinois rallied to hand second ranked Texas, its first loss of the season 85, 78 in the first game of the Jimmy V classic, that one was the second time Illinois beat a ranked opponent this year in Shannon believes it proved Illinois was on the right track. The traditional flex. The long practices coach again after it was in the second game of the night, Jeremy roach tried a career high 22 points is number 15 duke defeated Iowa 74 62. Krishna Arnold, New York

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China announces rollback of strict anti-COVID-19 measures

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 hrs ago

China announces rollback of strict anti-COVID-19 measures

"In a sharp reversal. China's announced a series of measures rolling back some of its most draconian anti COVID-19 restrictions, including limiting harsh lockdowns. China's national health commission in a ten point announcement has stipulated COVID-19 tests and a clean bill of health displayed on a smartphone app with no longer be required apart from vulnerable areas, such as nurseries, elderly care facilities, and schools, is also limited the scale of lockdown to individual apartment floors and buildings rather than entire districts and neighborhoods, the announcement follows recent street protests in several cities over the strict zero COVID policy. Now entering its fourth year, which has been blamed for upending ordinary life travel and employment. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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'Hope in the Eleventh Hour' With Sarah Berger

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 7 hrs ago

'Hope in the Eleventh Hour' With Sarah Berger

"Is hope in the 11th hour, and I'm talking to the author, Sarah Berger, but to write a book about this, in some ways, you know, it means reliving it and so on and so forth. So yeah, what was it, especially after 13 years that you actually thought I want to write a book about this? Yeah. Well, to be true, the Holy Spirit had been telling me to do it for years. And to me, a non author of an accidental author, that didn't sound like fun. I had so many other ministry opportunities happening. So I kind of circled around it until he finally, he told me you're being a wicked servant. And we know what scripture says, your wicked and lazy Sarah have asked you to do this one thing and you've not done it. So I took it very seriously, began writing, and through the writing, it was cathartic because he was reminding me of all that he had done for our family just to be reminded of his goodness. But lastly and not least for my grandchildren and for those in the Christian community that are part of the body of Christ for them to understand and embrace the truth of heaven and therefore not be afraid of death eras. Listen, Sarah, this is, that's the point

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Sarah Berger: The Word of God Is Prerequisite to Walking Through Grief

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 7 hrs ago

Sarah Berger: The Word of God Is Prerequisite to Walking Through Grief

"The word of God is prerequisite. To walking through grief, you know, you have to know the word and have it established in your heart. You know, we found it confounding Eric. When Josiah first left for heaven, that people would approach us and say, we're so sorry you lost your son or that he died so young. And we, in fact, had used probably that same language. Right. Possibly before having experienced it ourselves. But the Holy Spirit in you goes, okay, there's friction here. What's wrong with what's being said? And at the end of the day, it was the truth that our son's a lie in the kingdom. So why would we refer to him as dad? And why would we say he's lost when we know, in fact, where he is? So culture dictates the church so much. It's horrifying and hasn't the last two years or so been a litmus test. When we find so many believers scared to death of death, one in fact, the word says to live as Christ to die as gain, I mean, these are hard things. I'm not just casually throwing them out. We know that it's devastating when a child or a loved one leaves for the kingdom. But we have to embrace the truth that we know. And God will show up in crazy miraculous ways if we open our eyes to see his comfort.

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Sarah Berger Shares Her Powerful Story of Loss

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 7 hrs ago

Sarah Berger Shares Her Powerful Story of Loss

"Over the years, I've just been to so many parts of this country and made so many wonderful Friends two of them are Steven Sarah burger who passed her to church in leapers, fork, Tennessee, and we've just, I don't know how many times I've been there. And Sarah has a book out called hope in the 11th hour, a mother's journey through grief with eternal eyes, Sarah Berger, my friend, welcome. Thank you so much, friend. I'm so honored. I'm so honored to be on the show. This is, I know the story of your losing your 19 year old son. You said it happened about 13 years ago. But the fact that you've written about it, it doesn't really get more important than this. So tell us your story. Tell my audience your story of what happened. And I don't know how many years you and Steve have been married, how many kids you have. But give us the background on the story. Okay, well, the background of this story would be, well, for one, Steve and I have been married 35 years. We moved across the country from California to Tennessee, planted the church and pastured it for 26 years and passed the baton actually two years ago, Eric. And are now involved with ministry to government officials in D.C. with our new nonprofit ASI. But all of that being said, we have four children, three of them live in our local area and Williamson county, Tennessee, and our sun Josiah lives in the kingdom and has been, I'm sure with joy for the last 13 years.

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Democratic Sen. Warnock wins Georgia runoff against Walker

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 hrs ago

Democratic Sen. Warnock wins Georgia runoff against Walker

"Democratic senator Raphael Warnock won the Georgia runoff against Republican Herschel Walker. I Norman hall, democratic senator Raphael Warnock defeated Republican challenger Herschel Walker in the Georgia runoff election ensuring Democrats and outright majority of the Senate for the rest of president Joe Biden's term, with Warnock's second runoff victory in as many years, Democrats will have a 51 49 Senate majority gaining a seat from the current 50 50 split with John fetterman's victory in Pennsylvania. There will be divided government, however, with Republicans having narrowly flipped house control. Walker, a football legend who first gained fame in the university of Georgia and later in the NFL in the 1980s, was unable to overcome a bevy of damaging allegations, including claims that he paid for two former girlfriends abortions. I Norman hall

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Congress poised to rescind COVID-19 vaccine mandate for troops

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 10 hrs ago

Congress poised to rescind COVID-19 vaccine mandate for troops

"Congress is set to recent the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for troops, I'm Lisa dwyer. The COVID-19 vaccine mandate for members of the U.S. Military would be rescinded under the annual defense Bill heading for a vote this week in Congress. It will end a policy that helped ensure the vast majority of troops were vaccinated, but also raised concerns that it harmed recruitment and retention. Republicans emboldened by their new House majority next year have pushed the effort in negotiations, house GOP leader Kevin McCarthy personally lobbied president Joe Biden in a meeting last week to roll back the mandate more than 8000 active duty service members were discharged for failure to obey a lawful order when they refused the vaccine. Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin has recommended that the mandate be kept. I'm Lisa

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Mark Meckler: Andy Biggs Spent Years Opposing Convention of States

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 12 hrs ago

Mark Meckler: Andy Biggs Spent Years Opposing Convention of States

"They were ready to go and one man blocks it And then he also writes this screed the Khan of the Khan khans Which is basically what the radical left says about convention of states and that aspect of our constitution is it not Oh it's identical In fact you could lay his book over the book that was just released by Russ feingold the former socialist senator from Wisconsin who wrote a book attacking convention of states I literally he and Andy Biggs could sit down over a cup of coffee or tea or whatever and they could compare notes and they are in total agreement And so I got to ask anybody who's a conservative that looks at Andy Biggs How can you align yourself with a man and you want to be speaker when on this issue he is perfectly aligned with every single radical leftist communist America hating baby killing group in the United States of America

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Eric Holder Brags About Gerrymandering to Cut Democrat Losses

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 13 hrs ago

Eric Holder Brags About Gerrymandering to Cut Democrat Losses

"All the McConnell and his ilk types are wrong Wall Street Journal's wrong national review is wrong They don't even write about this Now holders bragging about it And they still don't write about it Even it's even in The Washington Post But it's not in the conservative so called media that never trumper media So what does holder say Go Yeah I think that what we have seen there have been studies that said that we have had the most fair redistricting process in the last 40 years as a result of the work that we've done 75 years ago he goes on and rambles but that doesn't matter Well I should It's his last sense that matters to it Go ahead Consider to be fair which also means that 25% of it is unfair And that is still problematic I think for instance the House of Representatives is going to be in play for the entirety of this decade very contrary to where it was in the past decade where after the successful Republican gerrymandering that occurred in 2011 and in 2012 it was really difficult for see what I mean They never gerrymandered Well of course they do And they still did Now what he means by successful isn't really fair he means the Democrats through gerrymandering limited their losses Even though there were three and a half million more Republican votes you notice that nobody talks about this There's three and a half million more Republican votes for the House of Representatives And yet we lose a lot of these tight races because of redistricting that was fair No because of the Democrats That's what they mean by fair If they win

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Judge orders slaughterhouse cleaners not to hire minors

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 13 hrs ago

Judge orders slaughterhouse cleaners not to hire minors

"A judge has ordered slaughterhouse cleaners not to hire miners. Federal judge has ordered a Wisconsin company that cleans hundreds of slaughterhouses nationwide to ensure it is complying with child labor laws after investigators identified at least 50 miners scrubbing and sanitizing dangerous equipment at 5 different meatpacking plants in Nebraska, Minnesota and Arkansas. Packer sanitation services Inc also entered into an agreement with a Labor Department. As part of that, the company promised to hire an outside consultant to review its hiring policies and provide additional training for its managers in one case a search of an employment database showed that one employee's age came up as a 129 year old when their social security number was checked. I'm Lisa dwyer

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Is It Time for a New RNC Chair? Kurt Schlichter Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 14 hrs ago

Is It Time for a New RNC Chair? Kurt Schlichter Weighs In

"First want to get your thoughts on the RNC race. Do you think it's time for a new chair of the RNC? It's absolutely time for a new chair, chair. Ronan mcdaniel has a legacy of failure. She failed in 2018. She failed in 2020. She failed in a 2020 runoff. She failed in 2022. And she could very well fail today in Georgia, though if you are in Georgia, go out there and do your best to make it one in four for rona mcdaniel. I'm ran a Twitter poll yesterday. Unscientific, but of course, science is what brought to you masks and vaccines that don't work. 5992 people voted. I asked, who would you like to see as the RNC chair? Would you like to see rona do it again? Would you like to see Harvey Dylan? Mike lindell, Lee zelton, who's been talked about rona got .6%. Point 6. That is a statistical anomaly that's actually mind-blowing. It's almost impossible to get 99.4% of Americans to agree on anything. Even like how bad nickelback is or Rage Against the Machine, how terrible they are. You can't even get 99.64 on that. But 99.4% of Republican base voters, my core Twitter audience said hell no to more years of rona McDaniels failure.

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Will Chamberlain's Thoughts on the New Online Information Space

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 14 hrs ago

Will Chamberlain's Thoughts on the New Online Information Space

"I want to get your thoughts on as we look at online content. Who owns it and who should get paid? You know, that's really the question. Yeah, and I mean, I think there's a number of things to consider. First off, I mean, Salem's on conservative media. I've used to run a conservative media outlet. I can tell you. It's a very, very challenging thing to do just from a business perspective, and it's much more challenging now than it would have been, say, 20 years ago, when the Internet was less dominant in terms of how people got their news, and so there's a real case to be made that there's a reason a lot of conservative outlets, places like the daily caller in the Washington examiner and the Washington times are all in support of this bill is because I think they see it as a very key lifeblood to keep their operations going and as someone who ran human events, I understand where they're coming from. It's really hard to make money. Advertising, the way to think about it is it's collective bargaining for smaller media outlets than smaller journalistic enterprises. It gives them the ability to bargain collectively with Google and Facebook for the right to display and link to their content. And I think if I have to choose between a collection of media outlets, some of which are a good chunk of which are liberal, but a number of which are also conservative and really need something like this. Versus Google and Facebook, I think it's a pretty clear choice. Google and Facebook have been deeply adversarial interests for a long time and they're massive monopolies themselves. So I think that if anything, this is a way to sort of balance the playing field a little bit.

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Jim Hanson on the Conspiracy to Censor and Misinform the U.S. Public

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 14 hrs ago

Jim Hanson on the Conspiracy to Censor and Misinform the U.S. Public

"Is a conspiracy and there has been ongoing collusion between the tech tyrants, the media, the deep state, and Democrat operatives to censor and disinform the American public. And I think this is something that we've known about at some level because you can just see it happening. If you're paying attention at all and you're not a zombie of the left, you can tell that our entire information space is slanted to the left. But over the past 5 to ten years, it has become so grotesquely out of shape that I don't think at this point there's a way for America to continue to function as a constitutional republic when the vast majority of our people do not get accurate information and can not get accurate information. For a long time, I would have said the problem is people are just too busy. You know, they're taking the kids to soccer, they're living their lives. They've got better things to do than track the news and the politics and all the stuff. So they would watch the local news and get a version of it. But at least something vaguely resembling reality from your local news broadcast. Well, those days are gone. There is no outlet now that allows the average person to just without thinking about it, click or watch or see or read anything that is going to give you an unbiased, accurate, you know, what would have been the old days been called journalistic view of events. Everything's partisan. Everything's political. And at this point, everything's woke. And that means the American public can't make accurate decisions about anything in their life because they don't know what's going on.

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DeSantis Challenges the World's Largest Money Manager for Its Wokeness

The Trish Regan Show

01:53 min | 15 hrs ago

DeSantis Challenges the World's Largest Money Manager for Its Wokeness

"It's somewhat hard to go up against a company like BlackRock because it has so much money under management. Again, $10 trillion. That's the level they hit this year. $10 trillion, basically half the size of the U.S. economy. This is a big deal money manager. But Ron DeSantis has taken him on. The governor of Florida is pulling $2 billion out that's under management there from Florida. You see, they run a lot of big pension funds for states for unions, you name it, and he said, okay, we're going to pull it out. $2 billion because Florida is opposing the asset managers environmental social and corporate governance policies. The state's CFO, the chief financial officer there in Florida, said on Thursday that he would be removing BlackRock as a manager for about $600 million in short term investments and have its custodian freeze another 1.43 billion in long-term securities with the firm. I can not, I can not state enough how big a deal this is because when you have money managers that have the Florida guys are calling woke agendas that are getting in the way of actual investing, the only way that starts to change is when companies, individuals, unions, state governments, take that money away and say, wait a second, this isn't really working for us. So if you start to see more of that, it will be incredibly interesting. The scary thing, of course, is now you're politicizing Wall Street in a way that I don't think is healthy for the country.

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NY Saint Nicholas Greek ChurchSt. Nicholas Greek Church reopens after 9/11

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 15 hrs ago

NY Saint Nicholas Greek ChurchSt. Nicholas Greek Church reopens after 9/11

"A Greek Orthodox church that was destroyed in the September 11th attacks is reopened to the public at the World Trade Center site in New York. Parish council member Olga pavlos says the reopening of saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox church and national shrine is very emotional. It's been a long time coming. 21 years, a lot of hardships, a lot of ups and downs, but we finally made it. The church now overlooks the trade center memorial pools and an elevated park. Michael Soros with the Friends of saint Nicholas says the shrine completes the Trinity at ground zero. You have the museum. You have the reflecting poles, but now faith has been restored to ground zero. People from all faiths are invited to pray and meditate. I'm Ed Donahue

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"second year" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

06:00 min | 3 weeks ago

"second year" Discussed on Beyond!

"And then there's IG and rewards, which is totally free. So go sign up over there, you get enter to win contests and stuff. Anyway, let's talk about PlayStation. Cool. The PlayStation 5 turns to this week. It came out on the 12th of November 2020. And I figured we could kind of take a look back at what we were promised two years ago and sort of how we feel about all that now. It's kind of weird that we're this far into a new generation and some of the hottest games of the year are still also PS4 games, which is a little bit bittersweet, but I went on the official PlayStation 5 like landing page and it's kind of funny to kind of revisit those big flashy buzzwords that they put on the box to get us all hyped about next gen and kind of just like reflect on did they deliver on that? So I figured we could give a kind of report card for how the PS5 is doing. The big thing that we got hyped up a lot on was the lightning fast loading with an ultra high speed SSD. Yeah. Yeah. They nailed that, right? I know. I agree, Brian. And I think they have nailed it. I think there's a lot of games that take advantage of it better than others. But I think across the board, I feel like I've spent way less time staring at a loading screen versus playing the game, which is a win in my book. Yeah. Very true for me too. I mean, there's still the games that have those loading screens, like baked in as fake cinematics, essentially. Those are unavoidable. And those still kind of annoy me. But when it came to fast traveling in games, right? What else playing goes to Tsushima on PS4? Fast traveling was like kind of a pain. I'd have to weigh my options and be like, okay, how long will this take if I just ride the horse over there versus how long is the loading screen going to take? But then when that expansion came out and then I played on PS5, I was just like, oh, I'll just zip everywhere. It's super fast. I remember the first game I played on PS5 was Spider-Man miles Morales. And then I was like, even just jumping into that game from boot up to literally playing was like 30 seconds, and I was just like, blown away. I think they've done a great job with that. Yeah, I think the shortest load time I had was like playing the last of us before the last of us part one before they did the remake on PS5, playing the PS4 remaster version. I think it was like 6 to 12 seconds to load from start to finish. And ratchet and clank rift apart also had that too. Gretchen clank rift apart was probably my fastest, my favorite fastest loading game, because it was just so quick to jump into the action. Yeah. Brian, I think the fact that, well, we haven't really gone back to PS4, right? None of us here. I don't know if any of you actively have a PS4 still plugged in that you play. But I feel like the PS5 loading times are one of those things that are so good that we don't really think about them. It's like kind of the opposite of a feature, you know? It's like when the camera is really good in the video game, you don't have the babysit it. You don't complain about it. You don't even really compliment it. You just expect it to work and it does. And I think PS5 nails that. PS4, load times were pretty dreadful at times and way worse on the PS3 before that. But the fact that none of us are actively playing PS4 games, I think if we went back in, plug those systems in again, we'd be like, oh God, that was horrible. Never doing that again. So yeah, we have it pretty good. Remember the Horizon Zero Dawn load times on the PS4. Those ones were just astronomical in time. The one that I remember is Jedi fallen order. The huge downside for that game for me was like anytime I died, which was a lot loading times were atrocious. I wonder if, I don't know, if I play it on PS5 now, is that possible? I can, right? I think they even released a PS5 version, maybe? Maybe. Yeah, maybe it's fixed and maybe I'll enjoy it more this time around, but man, yeah, I don't think I'd ever go back. Yeah, I think I just purposely turned the difficulty down. Partially because I suck, but also because I was like, I'm not gonna bother with the challenge if the load time is really just, it's like being put on time out. But I think that's the key thing here is that the places we're really seeing the shine is obviously with proprietary first party Sony PS5 games. A ton of those, you know? Like we've seen, we've seen kind of a handful of sort of like, you know, miles Morales is obviously like that's a cross gen game, but they put a lot of oomph into the sort of PS5 version. Demon's souls, huge, huge instance of that. I think anecdotally, I've played elden ring both on Series X and on PS5, and it's like, it's noticeably shorter load times on PS5. Oh, really? I mean, it's not like a huge, huge difference, but it's enough of a difference that it is noticeable, which is kind of cool to get that sort of side by side. Yeah, I don't know. It's tricky. I feel like it's the same issue with the PS3, where it's like, it's depends on whether or not the developers want to bend over backwards to fully take advantage of this thing. And if they're developing for multiple platforms, then why bother, you know? I'm glad we saw some footage of that lobster 'cause I think it's important coming towards the end of the year. Think about when we're thinking about game of the year that we think about that moment we have at that lobster. You know? I think I might rescind my game of the year's submission because I hate that lobster. What? Beat the crap out of me all the time. He kept spitting. Speaking of from soft games, I legally have to say bloodborne every time I'm on the show, but bloodborne initially had like 62nd long loading times and I remember our reviewer at the time was basically like, you could do push ups, get super strong if every time you die in a boss and they patch that and got better and better. But yeah, we were doing better in the loading department. Yeah. So that's a huge one. Other stuff is definitely more in the sort of bells and whistles category. In some cases kind of literally. You can have deeper immersion with support for haptic

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"second year" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

07:53 min | 5 months ago

"second year" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"To be productive player, I thought, I thought that that would make a lot of sense. I love Doug Peterson at the combine this year. I mean, so Philly is for those who don't know the most ruthless football market in America. Coaching there is harder than coaching in any other place because the reporters are very good at their jobs. Excellent at their jobs, but also just completely tough. Brutal and he did his first press conference of the combine this year and the first question to him as Jaguar's coach was from a Philly reporter just saying, hey, Doug, did you learn from all the mistakes you made in Philadelphia? And Super Bowl ring. He laughs and that's what he said. He's like, do you mean winning the Super Bowl? I do feel like a lot of people forget that Doug Peterson won a Super Bowl. Three years ago. He won a Super Bowl with Nick Foles after Carson Wentz. Now, was a lot of that Frank Reich, sure. I don't think there's any doubt about that. And when you removed him from the equation, stuff started to get a little slippery. But that is also, that is an organization that, for the better and for the worse, fires coaches unceremoniously. Like, I mean, they got rid of Andy Reid, chip Kelly, who, I mean, listen, I'm gonna stand on the table for this guy as long as I live. And I know it's a blind spot. I know it's a blind spot, and I will fight, but I'm gonna fight to the death, but he went like ten and 6, two years in a row, and then he got fired at 7 9. Like, this is not a bad season, or 7, I think he was 7 and 8 at the time, and then they fired him with like two weeks ago in the season. Doug Peterson got fired two years after winning the Super Bowl. And like they do keep finding good coaches, but I think Doug's going to be fine. He's going to be in a great place. He's going to have a nice tan. He's going to be he's going to be he's going to be a better man. All right, let's go on to Zach Wilson here who you can still squint and see Zach Wilson as, you know, big time treats guy and that sort of thing. The most bizarre thing for me about tackling this one a year ago was he should be a guy who plays really well out of structure, considering that the flexibility, the arm town all that stuff, and he's tended to, the longer the down went on, the more he tended to kind of meltdown is probably overstating it, but like the number of times where he sort of got outside the pocket and he's got someone open four steps in front of him and he fires it into their feet. They were just so many of those moments. And I don't know if that's just a matter of like, you know, calming down, getting used to the kind of havoc that happens on an NFL field, you know, certainly coming out of BYU where he's playing all those wide open spaces and jumping to the NFL. That was a big adjustment, but I don't know. I don't know if that's correctable. I don't know, I don't know if it's a problem or not. I don't know, I don't know what Zach Wilson's deal is. I guess is where I kind of land on this. Yeah, Zach was weird because he was building a trade sky like you said, but he didn't always obviously didn't even show up like most of the time. When he was on the field, and the weirdest place to me, and he had a lot of them here where it would be like a swing pass or a screen and just turfing it at the guy's feet. I'm like, what are you doing? That's like some peewee crap. I don't know if I can cuss on here, so I'm just not going to. Almost caught myself. Yeah, it was just bizarre, because like you said, it's still this guy with a big arm mobile, but that I feel like it only really showed out a handful of times last season. There's the play. To be Tennessee, I think, in over time, where he had a big throw at the end. That was nice. And then there was another game like later in the season where he had a big run to help the win, but just overall, I just wanted to see more flashes from him and I didn't feel like we quite got that. And even if the Jets have the situation last year where the supporting cast wasn't great, micro four, I still did a decent enough job calling plays like Mike white had success. So you would hope that the number two overall pick would be able to come and replicate some of the same things. And Mike white, the games that he played like one of them was against a colts. Their defensive coordinator just got hired by the bears to be their head coach. So, you know, it's not like he's out there cutting up against the falcons or something like that. It's a quality opponent. So I don't know, I just would like to see more production from Zack because I think he has the physical talent to do it, but they were just a lot of times to me where he looked kind of out of place. And that would be a little bit worrying to me in terms of like, all right, we know the ceiling on Zac is high, but what if the floor is a lot lower than we thought it was? It's always an interesting it's always an interesting situation when you bring in the guys private quarterbacks coach, midseason, which the jets did last year. John Beck was essentially a I don't know whatever you want to call it associates quarterbacks coach to rob cavalry's and we might see more of that, the more that these guys ingrain themselves with the players and I do think that there is something to the fact that your private quarterback coach is probably doing more for you as a player than your NFL quarterbacks coach and maybe at some point you marry those two things, but and Robert sala is a player friendly guy, but that said that the necessity to have to do that is what worried me a little bit where you're thinking, okay, this has gone far enough off the rails that were basically bringing in a guy who can translate this stuff for him or can say it in a way that he understands it. I don't know what that is. Because you've done the due diligence on him theoretically, you have all of the information that you need. Did that information not match up? You know, they've obviously they had some personnel an incredibly unfortunate situation where their quarterback coach died before the start of the season. So maybe you just needed extra people in the room. But that said, it's like, okay, where is he at? Does he understand we're trying to do here? And can he get a graduate degree in this system after year two? I think we've seen a lot of these quarterbacks take to the outside zone revolution pretty quickly. From everything that I understand about the offense, I mean, all NFL offenses are complex, but this one, it limits, there are rules, but as soon as you learn the rules, it kind of limits your decision making, right? And it's supposed to narrow stuff down for you. I don't know if that necessarily happened for Zach. Yeah, and I think one thing that I kind of understood about Zach was like, coming out of BYU, I don't know. It took a long time for things to click during during actual plays. But when all you're off to the linemen are damn near 30 years old, playing against guys in their young 20s. That's not true. Yeah, this guy's okay, not like 30 years old. But I did think the tackle that the Panthers drafted Brady Christian. I think he was like 25 year old ruby, so. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. It was like, okay, he's getting time to sit there and make these throws, but how fast is he actually like processing what's going on down the field? And I think that that's a question that I still have for him. Going into year two because I don't know. That patriots game that they played I've met life is still burned to my head where he's basically just throwing the ball straight to patriots defenders down the field. I'm like, what are you looking at dude? So I guess that's something that, obviously, you don't want to see him throwing four interceptions in the game, but I think just in general, having a better feel for what's going on. And maybe it doesn't show up in the statute, maybe it does, but that's

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"second year" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"second year" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

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"second year" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"second year" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Patients but not as many, and there is hope and rebirth. Even the mask kind of mathematic lifting. It's kind of like, wow, like, okay, are we we're coming into a time where we have enough vaccinated individuals in the United States. It's safe now to kind of go resume our normal life. See, I think a lot of us were happy about that. But they have so many scars from all of the lives lost. It's a staggering number. I think it's a number that most people have a hard time fathoming, even what a million people would look like. And I think it's also really disappointing as a medical provider to realize that many of those deaths probably didn't need to have happened. Coming up, we examine the mental impact of the pandemic. This ABC News special, COVID-19, two years, 1 million lives continues after this. You are listening to an ABC News special, COVID-19, two years, 1 million lives, once again, here is correspondent Alex stone. This milestone that we're out of 1 million people lost to COVID is heartbreaking enough, but many health experts say we will be feeling the residual effects of the pandemic for years to come, not only in terms of those who are gone, but in terms of those left behind. Since March of 2020, many of us have experienced feelings of worry, stress, anxiety, grief, mental health experts.

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"second year" Discussed on Navy Sports Central

Navy Sports Central

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Navy Sports Central

"All right, thanks for staying with us, everybody. As usual, we're going to go ahead and wind up this episode with our question of the day and mid wat segments. I had a pretty good response to the question from our last episode. If you recall, it referenced the most recent army navy star matches and I asked everybody the 6 wins over army this year, which one has been your most favorite. So remember we're talking about sprint football men's and women's cross country, men's golf and men's and women's soccer. It looks like the top vote getter was sprint football with 14 and then in second place you had men's soccer with 11 votes. After that, came women's soccer with four votes, and finally, men's cross country was a fourth sport picking up votes with a total of three. Now for the record I ended up going with men's soccer because it was such a convincing win number one. And it was also the first time that maybe had picked up the army navy cup since 2014. But I will tell you that it was a pretty close vote for me between men's soccer and men's golf, just because of the dramatic way that the men's golf team closed out that match with a sudden death. So that brings us to this episode's question of the day, and it's pretty similar to the last one except that it refers to the navy Notre-Dame series. So here it is. Besides 2007, which navy win over the Irish was the most memorable for you and why. And just to refresh your memory, the other three wins that navy picked up over Notre-Dame in the triple option era were in 2009 when they won 23 to 21 in South Bend. And then in 2010, they came through, I believe that that game was up in the metal lens. They won 35 to 17. And then most recently in 2016, and I believe that game was played down in Jacksonville, maybe one 28 to 27. So I'm going to go ahead and put this up on the navy sports nation group Facebook page later today, and I'll pin it to the top so you can find it pretty easily. Now, be sure to post a short comment saying why your pick was the most memorable and I'll read a couple of those on the air as well during the next episode. Okay, time to finish up with our mid watch segment. First, let's go ahead and check in with every stole from the volleyball team. She did have a couple of solid games against bucknell and Lehi, those were navy's last two wins. Against the bison, she registered 5 kills and three service aces. And then she followed that up with 8 more kills to go along with 5 blocks against the mountain hawks. For the season, still ranks first on a team with a 192 kills and she's got 24 service aces, which is good for third behind Jamie llywelyn and kami Herman. And then on the defensive side, the senior from Yorba Linda, California, is also third in blocks with 44 behind Maggie bodmin and Anna klee Meyer. So as we look into these last three games here, they're great opportunities for the team to keep working on any rough edges that they need to smooth out before the tournament starts. And if they can win a couple of those games, they may be able to improve on their tournament seating depending on what happens with the teams in front of them. And then finally for the men we are tracking ashwin Briggs from the men's cross country team. As I mentioned earlier in the podcast, he was the 5th and final navy runner that contributed to the team score to help the mids roll to that patriot league championship. The senior captain covered the 8 K course in 25 minutes and 21 seconds. And just to give you an idea of how good a job the team did finishing as a pack, there are only 15 seconds separating Briggs from the second place finisher Greg mathias. And it also looks like he'll barely have enough time to catch his breath before the indoor track season starts. I just checked out the calendar and the navy invitational is set for December 4th. Bridge is one of the top middle distance runners on the team and he mainly focuses on the 800 meters. In fact, he was the patriot league champion in that event back in 2020 as a sophomore. That's going to do it for this edition of navy sports central. Thank you all so much for joining us. Now, if you like what you've heard, make sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts, and remember to spread the word to all the other navy fans out there. We have been getting a great response to our question of the day, so if you want to jump in on that, just go to the navy sports nation group Facebook page. And I'll go ahead and pin it to the top so you won't miss it. And just a quick reminder, the views expressed on navy sports central are my own and do not reflect those of the U.S. naval academy or navy athletics. By the way, the music used in navy sports central comes to your courtesy of audio jungle. This is a great site for purchasing the rights to use music from thousands of artists around the world, and those we feature in the podcast will be credited in our show notes. Talk to you soon, everybody, until next time, this is Carl Darden, go navy, beat army..

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"second year" Discussed on Navy Sports Central

Navy Sports Central

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Navy Sports Central

"Okay, welcome back to navy sports central, Karl Darden here with you and now that I've given you my thoughts on how things are shaping up for the mids over the next couple of years. I'm going to also tell you the one thing that I think will certainly mess that up. So let me start by saying that one of the reasons the navy football program has been so successful over the years is because of its stability. Particularly the stability of the coaching staff. Now, it's true that there were some wholesale changes made on the defensive side, about three years ago after the 2018 season. But I haven't met a single navy fan yet who didn't think they were necessary. This year, the team has obviously struggled to get to a winning record. And the odds are they're going to miss playing in a bowl game for the second straight year. But that's no reason to push the panic button. Like I said earlier, this is one of the youngest teams that maybe has ever fielded. And I can't even remember them playing a tougher schedule. That's just the way things happen to work out this year. So I think anyone who believes that changing up the coaching staff after the season is over, needs to consider a few things. First, I think the expectations need to be realistic. My goals for the team are in any different than those that the program has for itself. And that basically means consistently winning the commander in chief trophy. Yeah, it'd be nice to win it every year, but that's I don't know how realistic that is. Secondly, posting a winning record and even being in the hunt for the conference title. And then, of course, qualifying for a bowl game and coming through with a win every so often. Now, that doesn't mean I'm ready to clean house if that doesn't happen for a couple of years in a row. I get that coaching is a result oriented profession, but it's really important not to lose perspective when you're talking about the typical orbit that navy occupies in college football. There are some things that definitely complicate that. Number one is the fact that you got the transfer of portal to deal with. So that is something that you're never going to see work in navy's favor. That's just a reality. And secondly, they played a pretty competitive conference and they're dealing with a recruiting pool that just isn't as deep as what you'd have with a non service academy team. So again, really, really important to maintain some perspective. You know, for my money, if the mids are able to go out there and average about 7 or 8 wins a season, which of course means they may not hit that number every single year, but as long as they average it over, say a 5 to ten year period. I will gladly take that. For me, what happens over the long term is what counts the most. Taking these little one to two year snapshots that just doesn't work for me. I don't think it's a good way to evaluate the program. And especially when you're dealing with the things that the naval academy has to manage with the transfer portal that I just mentioned and that sort of thing. So that's basically my feeling. The second thing to consider is the coaching record against the other service academies, especially army. Now, if you look at cosine yamato's, he is 9 and four against the black knights and 7 and 7 against air force. And by the way, the falcons just pulled even with this year's win. So considering how consistent that program has been over the last say three decades, I can live with a 7 and 7 result against the falcons. And even though the mids have only beaten army once in the last 5 years, they've never been crushed in any of these games. If you guys will remember back between 2002 and 2015, when navy was reeling off those 14 straight against the black knights, the reason army ran through all those coaches is because they weren't just losing to the mids. They were just getting jacked. I mean, it was just routinely losing by 30, 40 points, multiple shutouts. You know, that sort of thing. And, you know, that didn't happen, or that hasn't happened in these games at armies managed to come out on top. So let me give you an example of what I'm talking about. During that 14 year winning streak, the mids out scored the black knights, 438 to 159. And the average margin of victory was 20 points. And in the four wins that armies had recently that margin of victory has only been 6 points. Now, to be fair, there were a couple of close games. A few close games that the black knights had with the mids during that streak. But I will tell you that I never got the sense that the mids were in any danger of losing those games. Except for maybe 2012, which was Keenan Reynolds freshman year and army was driving down the field, but then they filmed the ball like I think it was on navy's 12 yard line. But to me, the only time the black knights clearly had a better team was in 2018 and again last year. And even those games weren't decided until basically the middle of the second half. In fact, I still believe that in 2016, if wilt worth having a broken his foot and the AAC championship game that the mids would have won that game against army easily. Now I'm not gonna sit here and try to predict what's gonna happen in this year's game. And I certainly don't think coach nematode's future depends on the outcome, which brings me to my third thing to consider. I believe that, you know, for the way that navy has to play to stay competitive and division one football you're just not going to find anybody better than who navy has right now in coach new mottola. I mean, you're talking about a guy who's won the most games in the program's history by a huge margin. Now, some people think that navy actually has to get away from the triple option, but I think just the opposite. That system is what keeps the team competitive at the division one level. And if you need any proof of that, all you got to do is look at air force's program. They have been running their version of the triple option since the mid 80s. And they've done pretty well. In fact, the falcons wanted division in the mountain west in 2015. And the mids have finished either first or tied for first in the AAC three times since they joined the conference. So scrapping the option would be a mistake in my mind. I do think that each year the staff looks for ways to tweak the triple option to play to the team's strengths. That's what they did with Malcolm Perry a couple of years ago. But even that didn't happen overnight. That basically took an entire off season to kind of smooth out. But yeah, you know, he worked his tail off and you know, you saw the results with that 11 and two season and that record breaking year that he had. My thinking is that if Thai lava type can avoid any kind of serious injury, I see him becoming really, really productive over these next couple of years. And quite frankly, the coach is already have a blueprint for what works for a quarterback like him. His name is will worth. So I think that's what's been going on ever since lava tie became the starter. The staff has been working to find the little tweaks that allow him to use his strengths as a passer, a little bit more frequently. Assuming you're staying within the framework of the triple option. But the one thing I want you guys to remember is that worth was very effective because he had three years to learn the system before he finally took over. This is really avatar's first year since he couldn't practice with the team as a freshman during the summer because of the pandemic. And he's really improved since the beginning of the year. I can certainly see that. So it wouldn't surprise me one bit to see Thai lava type putting up the same kind of numbers that will worth did during his senior season as the starting navy quarterback. The bottom line is I can't see making any changes after the season is over based on just the past two years. One of which was just so disruptive. It was ridiculous. The time to consider making a coaching change is when the program can no longer attract the level of quality recruits that they are now. And you don't need to look any further than at Cincinnati game to see the potential of these two most recent classes anyway. You've got freshmen and sophomores starting in three really important positions on both sides of the ball. And the mids fought the number two ranked team in the country all the way down to the end. And to me, that says quite a bit about the future of navy.

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"second year" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"And we've talked a lot about the the effects of that law. What what exactly is being alleged here. So one thing. The low covers is terrorism. Which is extremely broadly in vaguely defined. But that was what the student union was accused of inciting so the trigger was a statement made by the student. Union they issued emotion that expressed gratitude for the sacrifice of a man who stabbed a police officer before killing himself and the government said. The statement amounted to supporting terrorism. The union subsequently apologized fleet has resigned. The police did not let the matter rest and rated the student union and local reports. Say that some of the student union leaders now have exit bands on them so they're unable to leave hong kong and when we've spoken in the past about this law it's often used as a pretext to go after people that authorities already have their on. Yes indeed and the chinese communist party has long had its eye on hong kong student unions. Who have for many years. Being at the core of hong kong's democracy movement university students were at the center of pro democracy protests in two thousand hundred and in fact two of the most violent confrontations happened on university campuses and in twenty nineteen..

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"second year" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"At the stroke of midnight on what was dubbed freedom day in britain last week clubbers hit the dancefloor starting what is in effect a grand epidemiological experiment watched by the world restrictions on the size of gatherings social distancing and masks all lifted this weekend a major music festival called latitude happened in the county of suffolk with forty thousand. Attendees the unlocking is powered by a belief in the strength of britain's vaccination campaign although deaths remained low and cases have fallen from a peak last week. Nearly thirty thousand people at day are still catching. Covert and five thousand. People are hospitalized. The architect of this bold plan is prime minister. Boris johnson who has as of this weekend but office for two years. The dodgers the doomsters the gloomsters. They outgained to get it wrong again. The people are british politics columnists. Adrian wooldridge hardly knows what great to give for the prime minister's performance but appropriately. He puts it in the way. Mister johnson's alma mater oxford university does alpha versus gamma. And there's plenty of work to mark. This was quite frankly extraordinary. Hectic two years he's proved parliaments for which he was rebuked by the supreme court is expelled. Twenty one grandees from the conservative party. Costea ms majority and he's being reelected with a massive majority. If you look at his life personally he's had a child he's supposed to second wife. He's marriages stood. Wi fi almost died all curve. Nineteen so there's been no

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"second year" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on The big d zone

"There's a lot of things to do a lot of people to talk to a lot of speakers to hear you. Have people see detained goes you have people think diplo thing to do people to see and all that jazz. I never been so heard. I never told this point all my days. I've been undeserved forty seven years. I never had a trask for two years. Straight forty seven. I mean two years of l. span. One week i didn't even get an on a plane yet now. Southwest only help me tom. My dilemma and i have a to get a manager. And i told her i'm loyal to the brand. I am loyal to the brand name because delta american united crap about united. But i only had to take out forced to but other other than that. Don't want an arm and leg on. John doe i have to..

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"second year" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"Facebook says it's suspending former president. Donald trump's accounts for two years. The decision formalizes the company's penalty against trump after a ruling from its independent oversight board. Last month the company also said it would be clear about some of its rules for other politicians and so for more on this. Turn to our facebook. Or puerto jeff horowitz. Hey jeff thanks for being here and before we get into this. We should note. The owner of the wall street journal. News corp has a commercial agreement to supply news through facebook. So jeff tell us more about this decision to suspend trump. what if facebook say it's reasoning. Why is and what's going to happen at the end of that time so as you may recall. The former president was suspended after facebook found that he had been Promoting violence in his messages to the people were writing at the us capital which left five dead and so there was an emergency suspension Facebook which referred to the oversight board to review and adjudicate board came back to facebook About a month ago and said we think your original decision to suspend president trump was the right one however you have no process and your explanations for what you did in what and why you did it and why then were terrible so you need to figure out what the process is going forward and also offer some level of due process and explain sort of whether the former president trump is permanently banned or can get back on at some point it's cetera and so facebook thirty days to respond to that and they on friday told the oversight board in publicly announced that president trump is suspended for two years and that they will revisit that decision two years from now and see whether he should be let back on and also on friday facebook laid out some changes around how it handles other political figures platform as well not just trump. What can you tell us. So facebook's had an exemption for newsworthy. Content the idea is that if somebody powerful said something that would normally taken down from their platform because it was vile offensive potentially violent that facebook would then leave it up because that person was a public figure and it was important that the public be able to hear from them and make their mind up about what they'd said and this was a policy that kind of was always a little squishy around the edges. It was a surprise when facebook announced it and facebook maintained. It always been the case and it had some obvious weaknesses. One of which was that you didn't know when facebook was saying that a piece of content was perfectly and when facebook was saying that a piece of content was absolutely terrible but they were gonna leave it up because the person was an important public figure so facebook said now that they will going forward make clear when they're invoking the newsworthiness exemption as a justification to we've content up that otherwise would come down on platform what's the reaction been like to these announcements from trump but also more broadly. The president's former president has declared that this is a travesty and Has suggested that he will not be inviting mark zuckerberg to the white house when he is returned to the presidency and did not exactly specify how that was going to work. And the oversight board for its part has basically said okay. This sounds pretty good. So long as you stick to your part of the bargain and you know indicated that a still have concerns about how facebook overseas powerful figures on its platform and that it remains interested but but they at least seem to have given a thumbs up to the initial action by facebook and and the two year suspension. That they've now formally announced got it. So i wanna take a step back and ask about the significance of some of these changes facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg has notably been very hesitant to police speech in in particular at politicians. What could the impact of these decisions be in terms of moderating politician speech on facebook. So it's a. I think it it certainly holds facebook responsible to something a little bit more concrete right. I think one thing that has been a very consistent issue with facebook over time is that they wanna have rules but at the same time. They don't wanna have themselves bound to a particular response in a particular decision. I mean you know. If president donald trump were still president. Donald trump as opposed to former president. donald trump. Right now you know. I could see how the company might want a different response than the one it came up with but basically by virtue of them laying out their rules. They've kind of force themselves to have to be clear about this. Going forward in terms of you know sort of obligation to police things. They still are sort of leaving themselves. The option to deal with high profile accounts however they seem appropriate and they've said that you know they believe the way they deal with. High profile counts is fully fair and in line with the way they deal with other people's accounts just even if there's a different process but they're gonna have to sort of show the cards a little more on what they do. Which is you know. Potentially very unpleasant depending on the situation and and the p. r. and Reputational and government relations risks So you said before that. These new announcements around political figures were spurred by this decision from the oversight board a month ago. What other changes could facebook make a. As a result of other decisions handed down from the oversight board so in some ways the oversight board and the trump case was kind of the clearest than almost maximalist version of the boards power right we have a single content decision namely to suspend the president's account that is of you know kind of worldwide interest and obviously donald trump had a massive following on the platform. You know just sort of a really important individual decision. The board's powers though are aside from deciding individual content decisions limited to offering facebook sort of criticism and guidance. Thank facebook than has to publicly respond to so we saw them using that here kind of the hill. I mean they. They issued sixteen seventeen different Points that they wished facebook to improve or address in addition to sort of telling them to get their decision involving president trump. a little more order and facebook said it was going to do most of those things. Most of those things are things that candidate the company's been talking a little bit about wanting to do already such as offering more process more transparency in kind of formalizing. Some of its systems that had been a little more ad hoc. I don't know that it's anything that facebook really wasn't kind of thinking about beforehand. But they've they've made some additional commitments here. After this. i sort of expect. The board is going to go back to deciding you know. Very thorny cases on a case by case basis and criticizing the platform instances where it feels. Facebook doesn't have the right approach but it doesn't really have anything on its horizon. That is of the same magnitude in terms of assam up or some down decision our facebook. Reporter jeff horowitz. Thank you thank you. That's it for today's tech news briefing. You can find more tech stories on our website wsj.com and if you like our show a please do rate review us in your app store. It really does help. I'm in llewellyn for the wall. Street journal thanks for listening..

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"second year" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

Dancing with Bipolar

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

"Get the pilot ice cream i don't drink so there's the champagne and all that and you know tomorrow's another day and i'll probably walk the dog and Do and get some. I don't know something in it'll be just as good you know. And i mean celebrating all week kind of It's kind of like mini christmas here. Thanks to a whole bunch of windfalls that came into place the same time so. I'm super grateful. I'm you know two years longtime long time in from there to now i am a changed person. Christopher dark definitely affected me in the flow of the show and who. I've become since that in. You know we talk about a lot about fifty moments and let me tell you that was one of them right there where i i think there was actually more like five routes five crossroads there that i could have taken in our bad except for the one that i chose to stay on and do the work and get well and not Die the two souls that i love the most and Proud of that so you have within the two year period. That has probably been the hardest thing i've ever experienced and publicly publicly went through shared like as raw as i did air. I'm grateful that you allowed to do that. And let's hope that you know within the next two years that we don't have to Share anything as awful as i would like to share about An engagement. I'm not seeing anybody right now but that would be awesome. Something happy like that. You know in in. Forget that. Even though i said i'm going guess i'm getting really good at faking it to serve the public. I'm still not okay. I'm still screwing up on my medication. All two of them. And i still can't manage to take properly. My sleep is still screwed. Like i said the delusion which i went into last show cannot really wanna get into it right now because the kind of freaks me out a little bit to realize how far my brain can go out when it's triggered and there was a legit trigger so at least there's that but nonetheless i'm glad i i'm glad i.

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"second year" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Fred we had an email from terry fred at plant. Talk radio dot com. And she wants to talk about sweet william okay. She says back in the nineteen sixties on the farm. We had the flowers that bloomed every year and smell wonderful two years ago. I found sweet william at a garden center already in bloom but the next year and the year after no blooms any ideas. Yes a significant idea what what was in youth. In this case was plants that came up and flowered did the thing that is remembered and then what was not remember his that the plant that was in flower. This year probably died after flooring going into winter. The little seeds from the previous year are now growing. They're just green little rosettes. they will bloom next year. So what happened. I think is of the purchase of the sweet. William was in flower. That's its second year. They are called biennial as compared to perennials and annuals. They're a two year stage where the first year. I'm gonna call her little rosetta little blip of foliage. But you don't pay much attention to and then they they settle in die down to the ground like a perennial does and come back the next year and flower. So what needs to be done in that case is to buy some this year in flower and then by some next year in flower and get that cycle going that was remembered in youth. Because that's the chances are that's exactly what happened. It is not a deceiving process. People don't know to ask. Sometimes they're the they well anyhow. The plants are beautiful. they are fragrant. they're wonderful and yet you have to start them to different years or seed them and expect just rosettes the first year and then flour the second year. But it's a cycle thing that just simply takes two years..

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"second year" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"The being a member of the emails they can just click and there they are and also. I think this question was also asking if people read the show because do know there's an email list people would know if there's an email us if they read the show notes so for a lot of people say no. I know that they don't read the show notes. Now okay yeah and so also my goal had for twenty twenty one. One of them was to grow the email list and so by putting this question and a link to the email list then it helps me grow the email list Okay so the next question is. Is there anything i can help you with. And a lot of the things i do on the internet i do because i just wanna see what would happen or what people would say i. Maybe they wanna hire me for something. I don't know so i just wanna see what people would say in. This is that question I wanna see what they would say. And then the next question is anything else questions comments and this is the same thing. I just wanna see what they would say or a section. Where maybe they want to say something that i should have asked or they just want to mention something like i liked. I don't know i like that time. You like when you make a lot of jokes right. So maybe this is that area and then The last question is what's your email. And i mentioned that you will not be added to the podcast. Email list In the reason why. I want to ask for email because if they put a lot of effort in to the show notes not shots The survey sorry Both started with s white. Messed me up okay. So if they put a lot of effort into the survey i want to the they might have put a lot of effort rate..

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"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"Obviously i mean it launched you into a whole other stratosphere somebody like getting started on tiktok drew talbot and stuff like you know like people love that shit because so many people have done it are in it and everything and it's just like it's all the same thing for all of us all the time like you're like okay. Other people feel the same way. Yeah drew stone's great. He's so good so funny but Yeah so i mean. Mostly 'cause i just kind of wanted to chat real quick with the and say hi and work on kicking things off again here and getting going in you better pretty pretty important part i think of you know of this whole thing and a good friend through all of it and wanted to say we appreciate you over. Yasu appreciate two-thirds of you. Ha that's fair that's fair warranted. I look you really okay. I haven't i haven't felt this level of shame. I think since the last time we face time with you pretty quiet. I was overdue so this is fine. You put me in my place. I'm sure they appreciate it. You know you always. You always defeat brady bethel i i have your number. You cannot over ear anything. Some fog on instagram. Just kidding i'm doing this for you so you don't feel so bad visit brady. I'm trying to teach you how you can win against emily. Thanks don't follow me. Take notes brush her. Yes her just. Don't let her shame her. Okay no more that she could change yourself about it. I'm just stir event. Give me long enough at his walk into it myself Speaking of you saying heard their brady. I feel like this is just goes from texting quail and earlier. You always know when you're texting a restaurant industry person when they respond to attacks with heard like do that all the time. And i'm like that person might think that's weird. I don't know but quietly today. Responded to one of my tax just heard much. Yeah perfect great that you know when you're texting industry person when that's your response is not. Okay it's heard is hurt. You heard a kind of fight is says it's also because you will only text other people that you know working in the industry i will say it's my other friends i know but like i don't know why just yeah all right heard heard. Yeah what's wrong with you. Ask cross breeze. Mama's you sweetie deal but yeah but Yeah i don't know like. I said i want to check in with you. Say hi. it's about it definitely. I still want to get out there and visit jal literally anytime anytime dot com right now. 'cause it's pretty gross here. Yeah maybe give it like a month or two until warms up a little pet..

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"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"He's acting funny is that is. Check your phone about two minutes. Whalen just getting surprised. Every getting new report support her account. There's nothing i don't create content on tiktok tiktok works. I'm still going to report you. Just like harassment. Tiktok counties his locked out. Can you report someone for lack of appreciation. Somehow hurting quayle's feelings again. There are other. They're on my right. That yeah yeah. That's honestly fair. I support that decision for being grew. He's gonna do meet picked me. You're gonna black me. Only the was a joke. Imrie i i hear tiktok. Oh no. that's the hope. That's brady's phone makes me so happy yet again. Emily yet again. Sign your at six hundred thousand followers. That's a pretty golden number to be at sixty nine thousand. Yeah do you want me to fuck that up. I think you're one follow is what if what if it turns to seventy thousand and one. I like it. we're gonna follow it. I mean this is fine. This is okay. I literally said seventy earlier and he just called me out for lying saying i'm only sixty nine. Thanks well emily's speechless a little bit. Read right now. yeah that's true. Are you disappointed in yourself. A little bit. And now i am. That's fair. you should be another funny thing is if she will never brought up i would never do. I have seventy thousand people to worry emily. It's fine yeah. No i see that big of in crease on instagram. i have on tiktok. Instagram just been weird league. I don't know it's I don't know if it's like adjustments and thumbs or what they're doing but yeah it's been. It's been a little different recently but you know such as life. That's okay talking to microphones and seeing what happens. So do your two of this so you know. But how is life ben for you man. How how's work going. I mean it's su- crisslow still as we still are. We still are on restrictions. Stuff like that So as to the point where..

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"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"So i'm excited because i don't know shit but it's like a new thing so yeah i'm excited it's come visit. That's really cool places. You kind of like the idea of splitting your time is between two spots. I feel like it kind of stay. Fresh that way nice. I haven't had a second job in a while. I did it through covert action. I was working at a coffee shop which was awesome. But it's also like super different. But it's kinda nice to not do the same thing every day all different crew people's while and it's leg you're dealing will win the conference you're dealing with the most grumpiest people so it's just like such different clientele everything by its it helps. I think not make things so boring. I guess you know what's better. I love it. I love getting to break up the. Yeah the schedule a little bit for me. It always seemed to help with like holding off the burn out just a little bit longer because like with different clientele means you can also kinda shift your demeanor and how you act too. So you don't like you'll probably find out like in a finer dining Setting you're going to have to be a little more like on point and stuff like that whereas like you know bar or a coffee shop you can be a little little more relaxed Things like that. i'm giving you e- calf. i'm kidding what when you like it or not take so. That's exciting so we'll see. I haven't started yet but it seems like good people good advice. I'm excited. is it a new place or is it. so what's kind of funny They actually they finished signing their papers. March eighteenth right before. Joel all my gosh and so they. I think it did hurt them a little bit. You know but what they're doing now is nothing makes sense here. You can't do indoor dining but you can have outdoor dining if it's close so they have like the domes right though honestly. I had dinner a couple of weeks ago there and they they're busy. You know like they're always. The reservations are always but they're doing good. They seem like they're doing totally fine. But it's just one of those. The timing was just crazy but they made it work. So that's for sure. yeah something. Is it a local spot. it is it's in a little town called long growth. So it's it's going towards the city but it's not in chicago okay. But it's still kind of more like mom-and-pop versus like chain crazy. Exactly yes nice. That's super exciting. It is well. I know that you have places to be your off to bunch of our co workers. We're gonna this is kinda funny Workers or drinkers obviously. He did dry january so day. We're celebrating while pretty drunk relief going We are going. This is also kind of funny. So there's this sushi restaurant can you can't get away. They're actually closed on mondays but the owner happens to be mongolian in one of my coworkers mongolian and they chitchatted so he opened up his restaurant. But so we're taking the train. I have three bottles of prosciutto bottle of sake. Everyone's got you ayob. Everyone's cases of beer like this girl like offering a bottle of scotch. Ill why it'll be it'll be. I'm excited that'll be fun. It sounds like a good time fund. Come back and visit. Do i think it'd be really fun to come and get a hotel room bring recording equipment and also just like garth drink everybody and then also a bunch of stuff to yeah. That'd be fun..

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"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"second year" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"It's like over this last year. Being like hung over or do i have cova a lot of the symptoms. Overlap yes true. True but The clone in the cloud. He well done brady walkman rush on tails on that front welcomed the restaurant tails. I'm your host zack ferguson. And two years later here my co host two years across a me. Actually emily your first. You won the toss the coin toss okay. So sitting across from me has the Newly hired brand ambassador for bass pro shops business casual line of clothing and across from me. Is emily whitman. Emily zach and i are super happy that the don't don't include me. I don't know what your this that you made. During vacation in washington dc on january six have not come back to bite you in the back and we're happy that you have not been taken into custody so welcome back. Cheers is wild. Ride was deep deep undercover. Did you bring you podiums back with you. Wouldn't fit in the overhead story had to leave even the tsa. Jesus christ well the party. Welcome we're two years in you guys. Yeah two years fuck two years. It was winter of december twenty eighteen that we got blasted together and decided to do this. Shit i know wild. Lotta stuff has happened in the last two years. That's an understatement. Yeah i still like. I was going back. There's like old pictures and stuff and like pictures of the night of that cocktail competition where we tried to record our first episode girl. So drop out. We couldn't we're still sitting on that recording. I am exists is out there. It is currently on my hard drive at home. I feel like that evidence since it's real is far more incriminating their me than going to january we can never piss each other off because there's so much incriminating stuff in that first one. That is just like man. If i pissed. Either one of you guys off. And there's a lot of stuff out there. Because i i have all of your incriminating evidence that out of podcasts also exists i have it so basically none of us are ever going to run for office or if you do just that i'm good graces. That's all or what does john mullany say. A lot of people have to get really cool with a lot of stuff really fast in order. I love john. I watched like three hours of standup yesterday. Nice that his most recent god so good so there is a nick. Kroll is posted a picture of some comedians. Two thousand three. And it's like him and john mullany and stuff and it looked like children and babies. I never thought that john mullany could look even younger like a child except for the fact that he most definitely it is crazy. I got his stand up his absolutely fantastic. Yep so good So yeah two years in tears in. I feel like i i should apologize for right. Not getting stuff out as consistently over the last year as probably should have. But you know what i think important. I think we all get a little bit of grace here. Yeah i hope so..

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