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China marks one year since Wuhan's COVID-19 lockdown

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China marks one year since Wuhan's COVID-19 lockdown

"Not an anniversary to celebrate. It's been one year since the first covid. Nineteen lockdown in wuhan china one year ago at two in the morning people in wuhan china where receiving an alert on their smartphones announcing the world's first corona virus locked down by ten. Am airport. Train and bus stations halted service and a complete shutdown that lasted seventy six days today. Life has largely returned to normal in the central chinese city where the virus was first detected even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of contagious strains residents were seen practicing tai chi at a park in wuhan saturday and people shopped as chinese new year decorations were displayed for sale. Now after months of negotiations china finally gave permission last week for the world health organization to begin investigating the origin of the virus.

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Weve Been Here Before

The Nod

05:12 min | 9 months ago

Weve Been Here Before

"Brianna Taylor Ahmad Armory George Floyd Tony. mcdaid, the names of the latest black lives lost to racist violence. These murderers are reminder that this brutality isn't just a current trend is the excited state of affairs this country today we're taking a moment to acknowledge their lives in talk about how we're processing it all this is the not. We make this show we make it the intent to make black people smile. Make it as a way to celebrate our culture to feel a bit like an escape, but these moments we can't ignore them. There can be no culture to celebrate if we aren't allowed to cherish it. We were recording this on Thursday. May Twenty eighth, two thousand, nine hundred ninety five days since Ahmad, artery was murdered by two white men in Georgia. One of those men was a retired cop. Seventy six days since Brianna Taylor was gunned down in her own home by police in Louisville and just three days since George Floyd was brutally suffocated by Minneapolis police. Yesterday thousands of people took to the streets for a second night protesting and to draw national attention to their demands for justice on behalf of George Floyd and this is all in the midst of global pandemic and financial crisis, both of which are disproportionately affecting black people. There's no way to adequately verbalize the collective. Sorrow in anger we feel. But. We WanNA speak to this tragedy in the best way we can. So Brittany you know with everything happening in our day to day lives I just want to take some time and decompress with you. How are you feeling? Like I was already doing a lot of just emotional overhaul and management. -partment allies with Cova in itself. As you know many people close to me very close to me got pretty sick. Not Everybody made it. It's been hard. I think in general, sometimes, just trying to get in the mode of being entertaining as we need to for the show. Yeah, this time it's been really tough. I also have lost people. Close to me, yeah, I've been trying really hard. It's kind of like push through you know. Keep focusing like this is a temporary situation, and so with this week. Kind of being reminded of these things that put me in space of. No, this isn't temporary. There's this larger pattern and things that are kind of always at play. Just pushed me into a feeling like everything in Phnom at the same time I think that for a variety of reasons. We're. Experiencing, compounded trauma when you add. Witnessing these deaths of black people, all of that mental gymnastics, in addition to those of us who are still going outside to go to work or going to the store. It's maddening. It's a lot to carry, and you had at once. Social Media and kind of like all these digital tools and we have our disposal. Like some of the only spaces we have to be able to interact with our community. And so to have that exist as this place that is really triggering for a variety of reasons is hard, and it's like it leaves you. Are Uncertain of kind of where to turn, and it's feels especially tough, because like we can't be outside and feel safe, but we also aren't safe in our homes. Brianna Taylor was at home. I have not yet gone outside to run by myself. And I realized that it's likely because of what happened to Ahmad Barberie. Being able to go outside for a walk, run like one of the only ways that I could actually maintain. My mental health it having that tool kind of taken away from me is mentioning what your brain eventually becomes trained to protect you from, and I think that's really important to put in context, the degree of feeling and emotion that people are feeling who have in this moment still gone out to protest for justice I know for a fact that everyone out there is also thinking about how potentially dangerous that is, but to me, it feels like a testament to the sometimes hopelessness anger the rage, just all these emotions in the strength of them, and how much we've been feeling them the entire time. I also seen critique. Come about that. As! Women and Trans folks gender non conforming black. Folks have been killed. You know through state violence. They, haven't garnered the same volume turn outrage. Thinking a lot about like my wh hope means to me now, because frankly feeling extremely hopeless. We've had the do this before. We've done all of this before, but if there's anything that I do have hope for I hope in black folks capacity to love each other more and to really get behind the idea that all black lives matter it is affecting all of us. Some black people disproportionally, and we need to talk about that and we can only really do it if we're all using our voice.

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Weve Been Here Before

The Nod

04:20 min | 9 months ago

Weve Been Here Before

"Brianna Taylor Ahmad Armory George Floyd Tony. mcdaid, the names of the latest black lives lost to racist violence. These murderers are reminder that this brutality isn't just a current trend is the excited state of affairs this country today we're taking a moment to acknowledge their lives in talk about how we're processing it all this is the not. We make this show we make it the intent to make black people smile. Make it as a way to celebrate our culture to feel a bit like an escape, but these moments we can't ignore them. There can be no culture to celebrate if we aren't allowed to cherish it. We were recording this on Thursday. May Twenty eighth, two thousand, nine hundred ninety five days since Ahmad, artery was murdered by two white men in Georgia. One of those men was a retired cop. Seventy six days since Brianna Taylor was gunned down in her own home by police in Louisville and just three days since George Floyd was brutally suffocated by Minneapolis police. Yesterday thousands of people took to the streets for a second night protesting and to draw national attention to their demands for justice on behalf of George Floyd and this is all in the midst of global pandemic and financial crisis, both of which are disproportionately affecting black people. There's no way to adequately verbalize the collective. Sorrow in anger we feel. But. We WanNA speak to this tragedy in the best way we can. So Brittany you know with everything happening in our day to day lives I just want to take some time and decompress with you. How are you feeling? Like I was already doing a lot of just emotional overhaul and management. -partment allies with Cova in itself. As you know many people close to me very close to me got pretty sick. Not Everybody made it. It's been hard. I think in general, sometimes, just trying to get in the mode of being entertaining as we need to for the show. Yeah, this time it's been really tough. I also have lost people. Close to me, yeah, I've been trying really hard. It's kind of like push through you know. Keep focusing like this is a temporary situation, and so with this week. Kind of being reminded of these things that put me in space of. No, this isn't temporary. There's this larger pattern and things that are kind of always at play. Just pushed me into a feeling like everything in Phnom at the same time I think that for a variety of reasons. We're. Experiencing, compounded trauma when you add. Witnessing these deaths of black people, all of that mental gymnastics, in addition to those of us who are still going outside to go to work or going to the store. It's maddening. It's a lot to carry, and you had at once. Social Media and kind of like all these digital tools and we have our disposal. Like some of the only spaces we have to be able to interact with our community. And so to have that exist as this place that is really triggering for a variety of reasons is hard, and it's like it leaves you. Are Uncertain of kind of where to turn, and it's feels especially tough, because like we can't be outside and feel safe, but we also aren't safe in our homes. Brianna Taylor was at home. I have not yet gone outside to run by myself. And I realized that it's likely because of what happened to Ahmad Barberie. Being able to go outside for a walk, run like one of the only ways that I could actually maintain. My mental health it having that tool kind of taken away from me is mentioning what your brain eventually becomes trained to protect you from, and I think that's really important to put in context, the degree of feeling and emotion that people are feeling who have in this moment still gone out to protest for justice I know for a fact that everyone out there is also thinking about how potentially dangerous that is, but to me, it feels like a testament to the sometimes hopelessness anger the rage, just all these emotions in the strength of them, and how much we've been feeling them the entire time.

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Coronavirus: When Will It End?

Science Vs

08:14 min | 11 months ago

Coronavirus: When Will It End?

"In the US? We've been hearing all kinds of different dates at first president. Trump was saying that we could be back to business as usual by mid April. I would love to have the country opened up and just raring to go bicester and it was clear that wasn't happening. We will be extending our guidelines to April thirtieth since then all sorts of dates have been flying around they forbid may at the earliest one way is extending its shutdown to June seventh and some politicians. Just throwing their hands in the air. Everybody wants to know one thing. When is it over? Nobody knows that outside the US. We're hearing that. Some places are the end of this like just this week. Wuhan the epicenter of this outbreak lifted their heavy restrictions. Tonight seventy six days later Wuhan ends. This look down around. Sixty five thousand. People have left Wuhan on trains and planes within hours of that lockdown ending residents of finally free to do that. Move simple things the streets once more on. Today's show is China really done with this corona virus. And what does this mean for the rest of us? How long could it be until we get our lives back to help sort through these questions we? I called up Dr Swap Nil Michele at Imperial College London and he told us well one of the tough things here is that a lot of countries like the. Us Cut a light stop. It has become very difficult to contain it now right. It's almost like every country. It was old. None of this should be fine. We should be. They should be fine but then suddenly after two week everybody or should we are not in a good state to find out if we can get into a good state swap null and his colleagues a building models based around what we know about this pandemic and these models are reaching high places where it is. The Boris Johnson started taking this pandemic seriously once he saw a model from swap mills. Colleagues showing. How many Britons would die if the country didn't take measures to stop it. How did you feel when Boris Johnson took the model of you know of your colleagues and that was what inspired him to change? Refilled ridiculed? The was the first thing and refund tangled. At least they have agreed to us now. And you'll have something that might help us to literally save people so we've been vindicated. Recently swap nells team started looking at whether the measures that countries are taking to stop this corona virus. All these social distancing is actually working and putting us on the pop out of this. They created a model which looked at how quickly this virus is spreading and the death rate and then they looked at eleven European countries places like Italy Spain France and Germany. They then created a couple of scenarios one. What if these countries had done nothing business usual and then to what actually happened off debates social distanced? So what did they find? It was very much evident that the steps like social distancing Stopping schools having a lockdown has helped to control Perriman. It flattened the cat yes. It has quite undergo so for example. According to swap knows model by starting these measures in mid March Italy averted almost forty thousand deaths by the end of that month. The model also calculated that social distancing save lives in all the countries to now. This is a model but evidence from the real world is starting to show something similar just this week. The World Health Organization in Europe said that they're noticing these trends countries that put in strong restrictive measures like Germany and Spain. The seeing drops in the rate of cases and deaths compare that would say Sweden who've been more lax. They're now seeing a fresh surge of cases so on the whole the countries that have done lockdowns flooding. The governor is happening but we still need some bank. How much more time? When does life go back to normal? So when will it end is is literally a question that we really don't have much idea on right now so you had to bet like me and my friends. We will all guessing when we thought we would go back to our normal lives. What what do you think so this is just what I think we might have to be under a lot of measures at least up till June Gin. At least at at least right it does not at most at least right okay. So if we don't really know when this will end what are the clues we should be looking for to know that we're heading out of the woods friends over at the general podcast talked. Dr Anthony Fauci. He's part of the Corona virus taskforce advising the president even know who he is anyway. Edry says that we need to start looking for a drop in the numbers. You have to see a really steep decline on a day by day basis. But you don't WanNa see a little sore tooth up and down up and down. That looks like it might be trending down. It's not like it's trending down. It's got a light steep going down. And when you see that then you could start thinking about that but you gotTa make sure you're absolutely going in the right direction. When Anthony Talks about numbers going down he's talking about new cases now. That can't tell you the whole story though because testing in America has been so higgledy-piggledy that it's really hard to know if we're capturing all the people who just got infected so there's other clues that we can look at to save almost out of this like you can look at hospitalizations or the death rate. Now Anthony says something to keep in mind with the death rate is that there's a two to three week lag between someone getting sick and then dying so are the last thing that stop when the deaths stop. Then you know you're in good shape in Wuhan new cases and deaths had been dropping consistently for about five weeks before China lifted the restrictions over here in the US. It's early days and in many states cases and deaths are still on the rise but he is a promising sign in New York. The Governor says that hospitalizations slowing down. Okay so once we have more good signs like this and you infections and debts are definitely going down. We might see things. Stop to open up but Anthony told the journal. That won't mean that life will go back to normal right now. It's all physical separation. Six feet distance. No restaurants no bars no sports events when you gradually come back you don't jump into it with both feet you say you know. What are the things that you could still do and still approach normal? One of them is absolute compulsive hand washing the other one. Is You don't ever shake anybody's hands. That's clear I could see in certain places people saying. Hey we're going to get back to normal but guess what we have a restaurant that has two hundred seats and that's too much as a big restaurant. Like big restaurants has fifty seats. We're going to only let twenty five people in at the same time. Anthony says we'll have to be on the lookout suitcases pumping back up. And that means we'll still have to keep outdistance or maybe we have to forget about basketball for a little while only played ping pong in our case. It's more than six feet apart. I can. He didn't suggest that one. But bottom line is it's going to be gradual. It's not going to be all

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China Enforces Smartphone 'Health Code' System After Coronavirus

News, Traffic and Weather

00:09 sec | 11 months ago

China Enforces Smartphone 'Health Code' System After Coronavirus

"Wuhan China initial epicenter the pandemic ended seventy six day lockdown residents allowed to come and go as long as a mandatory smartphone app shows

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Explainer 181: Brexit: will it ever end?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 181: Brexit: will it ever end?

"The british people have voted to leave the european union and the will must be respected. It was not a decision that was taken lightly. Blink not least because so many things were said by so many different organizations about the significance of this decision. If anyone is still keeping ping score it is now one thousand one hundred and sixty eight days since a narrow majority of what was then the british electorate primarily the non london in english electorate voted to take the united kingdom out of the european union as we go to where it is fifty six days until the u._k. Is due to actually leave the e._u. Having missed a couple of deadlines already there is something undeniably opposite in the current prime minister boris johnson being a former journalist. It is not too late to save pretzel boris. Johnson's government had a working majority she just about thanks to the expensive acquiescence of the democratic unionist party of northern ireland on tuesday that waifish advantage vanished when philip levy conservative member bracknell defected to the liberal democrats. I wish i wish i wish i followed later you too in the week by former labor and independent group m._p. Luciana berger. It's not impossible that by the time you listen to this jo swinson might be running the country and kyle the prime minister what advice she has for women across the country on how to deal with those men who think they could we do a better job are not prepared to do the actual work none of which it turned out made much difference to the week's crucial votes in the house of commons as we learned a number of conservative m._p.'s also oppose not deal brexit enough to vote against their own prime minister and in so doing prompt their prime minister to expel them from the conservative benches. It says everything you need to know about the polarizing effects of brexit that these rebels now outcasts were comprised of the mildest characters on the tory side of the house including former chancellors philip hammond and ken clock and cynical assumes the grandson of winston churchill. I want to make clear that i've always believed the referendum. Results must be honored and indeed. I voted for the withdrawal agreement on every occasion is is being presented to the highest which is more than can be said for my right on the front of the prime minister the leader of the highest and all the members of the cabinet who ciro disloyalty has been such an inspiration to so many any of this to speak. These punishments were followed by the resignation of m._p. Joe johnson the brother of boris johnson. If we are take boris johnson at his word and there is mountainous evidence that this is a hazardous course he still wants a withdrawal deal but wishes to keep the no deal option shen in play as a negotiating ploy this makes on the face of it since it is rarely wise to limit your options in such circumstances although the no deal brexit strategy is not so much a threat to walk out of the rug shop as a threat to shoot yourself in both feet and then sort of bleed all over the stuff while screaming but parliament seems reasonably enough to believe that i know deal brexit which is the present legal default bolt is not a risk worth running. The obvious resolution to the impasse would be a general election but the u._k. Appears now to find itself in the curious position of having a prime minister who wants a general election but says he doesn't squaring off against positionally who doesn't want to general election and says does as we wanted an action photographing is the appeal of an early election suggested date is october. Fifteenth is clear enough to johnson the plan would be to win a mandate condemn the labor party to to further disarray use a majority to pass some sort of withdrawal agreement and claim a great triumph and even if it doesn't work out quite like vast he'd still it'll be prime minister until at least two thousand twenty four. It's just as easy to see why johnson wouldn't want an election just after a new deal brexit especially if it's as bad the government's own projections predict people deprived of food and medicines unlikely to behave gratefully at the ballot box but due to the arcana no no of the u._k.'s fixed term parliament act it is not possible for johnson to simply cold and election. He requires an amount of cooperation from the opposition who do not seem inclined to give it at least not yet on wednesday night. Labor voted against johnson's motion for a general election lead jeremy corbyn corbin said that the bill blocking a no deal brexit would need to become law. I the offer the election. Today is a bit like the offer of an apple to snow white in the wicked queen because what he's offering is an apple or even election but the poison of ano- dale said an election in october still seems is likely the not the large bets on the result would be ill advised the u. K. you may have noticed is in a strange mood on the basis that the usual usual foam with brexit has been whatever is the most ridiculous theoretical outcome is probably what will actually happen. Another hung parliament causing another election within in six months seems a decent punt and or an amount of comic justice may be at hand the key underpinning of boris johnson's korea in public. Life is his hotly debatable conviction of his own destiny as some churchillian colossus it would be something if the shambles he did so much orchestrate ashes him into the footnotes and pub quizzes as britain's briefest prime minister while we're keeping score of things he's still seventy six days short <music>. I'm andrew miller <music>.

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Spanish man paddles his way from California to Hawaii

Michael Berry

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Spanish man paddles his way from California to Hawaii

"A Spanish endurance athlete is the first person to trek across the Pacific Ocean on a stand up paddle board Antonio de la Rosa started his journey in San Francisco back in June and finished in Honolulu on Saturday covering over twenty nine hundred miles in seventy six days they love roses journey was to raise awareness about saving the ocean from man made pollution

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"seventy six days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Like a small boat but he made it across in seventy six days well I yeah I salute him and put into he's enough Dodgers news on March yeah I'm starting Getty show the conscience of the nation do really really do something all right so here's here's the question you got an answer would you have laws against this now a lot of people wouldn't have laws about any of this because they really rocket libertarian style but that is sort of the beef guys to meet guys are mad at the veggie thank me people because they're they're misleading consumers they say the offer the new offering say the cattlemen cross the line when they make unsubstantiated health claims because a lot of them have lots of processed ingredients are very high in sodium or when the packages and packaging is unclear I'm quoting Mike Deering here's a cattle rancher and executive life's the vice president of the Missouri cattlemen's association beyond to me to be feet crumbles has a picture of a cow on the front and says plant based in very small lettering at the bottom from a Dan I'm going through the grocery store before one of my boys has a meltdown sound familiar and I pick that package up that says brief on it with a picture of a cow on it I'm gonna buy it pretty good beef that's right Mister president so I don't know I don't know I swing in that in answer to a question I will tell you this it's not exactly David versus Goliath The Washington Post mentions because you've got your big meat producing companies and associations on the one hand on the other hand several of the top veggie brands like Morning Star farms in Boca are owned by food giants Kellogg in craft lines okay notably the major meat processors Tyson foods in Smithfield foods for instance aren't taking sides are also investing heavily in these new things so it's mostly I think like the cattlemen's association now because their prices are already bad if you have a picture of a cow and then tiny print plant based you're trying to fool me well if it says cal and has a big word like beefy or beef also why is doing a lot of lifting and I'd be feeling no kidding some every label on everything is trying to fill you in some way and the the the the fake meet people of also may have been making concerted efforts to getting their stuff displayed in the meat case which we kind of further goes to blur those lines yeah which I gather I mean what what are you going to put him in the serial walk clear over there to buy something that's a like hamburger it's a meat substitute right then you've got an honest name like total for key he sounds wonderful to me no I don't like it it's got told you know that's a good point when I was here that some the hot new workout trend this is the one that finally going to get you in shape this is for all your backs they tune you'll by cellphone just before.

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Equifax will pay up to $700 million in data breach settlement

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Equifax will pay up to $700 million in data breach settlement

"Consumer credit reporting agency Equifax has agreed to pay up to seven hundred million dollars in what is being called the largest data breach settlement in history W. W. J. newsradio nine fifties don Hewitt has the story the settlement with the Federal Trade Commission centers on a twenty seventeen data breach of Equifax that exposed to the social security numbers and other private information of nearly one hundred fifty million people essentially half of the US population if approved the settlement will include up to four to twenty five million dollars in consumer restitution and one hundred seventy five million that will go directly to states Michigan share is four point six million dollars an investigation found that despite knowing about a critical vulnerability in its software ecofacts failed to fully Patchett systems to protect consumer data which was exposed for seventy six days John Hewitt WWJ newsradio nine fifty W.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on PRI's The World

"A big deal was that there's definitely some differences when you're running on a public grown up next traffic you have individuals that generally don't travel that road so we need a plan for their reactions in my trout integrating what the stop light go across your cars so there's definitely different challenges and environment i know there have been some pretty big problems problems with a few driverless cars being developed and that's resulted in some tragedies how'd you know the easy miles selfdriving buses won't make a mistake i mean is it still a concern we tried prepared by making shitty environments that were operating are pre mapped we if it'd be give suggestions the cities in are partners on different mitigation strategies things like signage to make people aware of the vehicles happening all star technology is built in a significant amount of redundancy so every obstacle detection teacher that we have as a as another backup system working working with it and also today in comparison to some of the ones you mentioned are caesar much floor so we are saying the same type of environment that you might see in the news what would happen if like some kid leaked out in front of the bus i mean the the do the sensors know that there's somebody drinking stop up quickly enough yes are vehicles are leading the light are sensors are looking quite a ways out making decisions and so someone comes in your past fifty feet away it'll make a decision is starting to slow down some jumped right in front of the vehicle immediately stop in terms of like what you're a long term plan is is he idea to kind of get passengers through these small distances that a lot of people can't actually do in any other way except by walking or are you starting small in montreal and then hoping just grow the size and speed of all these driverless boston's but i think ultimately are technology is is really well focused on a shorter distance travel so if you have corporate campus with a good example where there's thousands of people i need to get their parking lot to campus around campus universities for the distance and aren't aren't that great and then really the last piece at the last mile connection where we wanna be able to integrate into major hubs both bus and rail where too far to walk to make it a good efficient journey those another really good use case or technology so i know montreal it's a lovely city but it's got these terrible long winters in the streets kind of icy what you learn through this experiment right now with his rivals buses in montreal would apply to you know the depths of montreal winter no absolutely we did it for women's they're testing in minnesota two years ago so we got lot of feedback for adapting the technology to really understand the differences between snow as an obstacle and i know banks things like that so definitely the learning for montreal support that minneapolis is a great a great lab for that yeah sharada auger wall easy mile north america thanks very much thanks marco appreciate it you're listening to the world hi i wanna tell you about a new podcast called things that go boom it's all about foreign policy but not in the way you might think at things that go boom they tell stories about are live in the world around us in an effort to better understand the ins outlets in would have used of what keeps us safe on the new season they tell the story of the secret back channel meetings politically ploys and even broken bones that led to the iran nuclear deal and since president trump yanked us out of that deal they ask are we headed for nuclear war things that go boom second season called fall app is available now listen on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts i'm marco werman how did an arctic fox travel more than two thousand miles from norway the canada and just seventy six days in new england arctic fox's do they have just said it's kind of a short galloping which they think the new forever he's hardly any effort that all looks like that story still ahead here on the world i'm marco werman and this is the world where a production of w gbh the bbc p r i n p r x his parents chris in him lido anthony but the world knew him as lee lee iacocca he died today at age ninety four famous for his storied career in the auto industry running ford motor company and the chrysler corporation iacocca said yes in nineteen eighty two when.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Whatever the heck number great. But in this moment, this is a stumble and it's disappointing because you're trying to play us for fools like we can't see what's going on. We all want the Lakers to succeed. We all want another parade. We all wanna see LeBron win another championship. We wanna see Anthony Davis come here and get his first championship. We wanna hang both will Braun Anthony Davis numbers next to Kobe's shacks, and kareem's. We want all of these things to happen because we're Laker fans my hearing what she said yesterday in hearing which she didn't say, for the better part of seventy six days is the part that I worry about because the we got a caller, a minute ago that was well, the guy, Anthony Davis move onto the next thing. Yes. Yes. And that's awesome. And I'm excited about it. And I can't wait to see what they put with the team. The problem is. I don't know that anybody in the building was responsible for quote unquote, getting Anthony Davis. I think the person that got Anthony Davis to LA was Anthony Davis enrich, Paul. It was clutch sports that got him here. He you sit it from the beginning. He wanted to be here. He was going to be here. And that's exactly what happened. It wasn't that Anthony Davis was content in New Orleans. Or there was ten teams that he was willing to go to in the Lakers, won a sweepstakes as far as putting together the most attractive package. It was a I'm going here. You can either do it now. Or you can do it later and the pelicans decided to do it. Now, I don't know if they get any credit doesn't make me warm and everything's on top, but they screw it up. They could they could a botched it. They could've going that happen. The first time they tried to get him. I mean it could the pelicans who are ready to move him at that point. It was war raid moving before. Whatever reason it wasn't ready at the time the deal with who was in charge. And I look, I don't personally subscribe to this, but there is a school of thought out there that a lot of people do subscribe to that they did botch, it by giving away way more than they need to. I don't care. I just wanted him here. Get it done. Don't let the thing linger on. I'm okay with what they gave up. It was a very high price. But the, the argument that, hey, they did botch it by three first rounders three players, what you did right there that it was. They did overpay you're bidding against yourself. So there's already that piece to it as well. I don't get into that aspect of the conversation, you how do you overpay for something? That actually is not tangible naturalized. In other words, if you're a startup company, and I give you like a thousand thousand stocks, right? You don't know if that company is going to be a success or not. So how do you send us an overpay? And that's essentially, what we did we gave future draft picks that no one knows where you draft. And from we gave them a handful of players that no one truly knows what they're going to become or not become everything that we gave is a question, Mark. What we got back with a sentence was an exclamation point. So I'm sitting here going, what's the overpay? I think that the end of the day, people wanna make it overpay just because the fact that they don't really like the Lakers. Show..

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"seventy six days" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on KOMO

"Tuesday june twenty five one hundred seventy six day of twenty nineteen a look ahead with the divorce cast coming up after we look back to this day in nineteen forty seven but diary of a young girl the personal journey of an franck is published she's a german board jewish girl hiding out with their family from the nazis in amsterdam during world war two active helena bonham carter region excerpt isn't even ova ready this dissension and jews regarded as lesser beings oh it's sad very sad that the old adage has been confirmed for the teeth time what one christian does is his own responsibility would one jew does reflects on all jews from the diarrhea and frock june twenty-fifth nineteen sixty to the supreme court of the united states declare school sponsored prayers unconstitutional president kennedy react we have in this case very easy remedy and that is to pray ourselves and i would think that it would be a welcome reminder to every american family that we can pray we can attend out your with a good deal more fidelity and we can make the true meaning of prayer much more important than the lives of all about children that is very much open to us and i would hope that has a result of this decision that all american parents will intensify at home this day nineteen seventy three former white house counsel john w dean begins testifying before the senate watergate committee i was involved in -struction of justice the fact that i assisted another in perjured testimony the fact that i made personal use of funds that were in my custody barring there to talk about these things myself than to talk about what others did but he does dean implicates himself and top administration officials including president richard nixon and the watergate crimes and cover up but number one record in america that day I know. Stay with. paul mccartney and wings four weeks at the top of the charts in the summer of nineteen seventy-three four miles.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on X96

X96

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on X96

"So as a big sports day in the Jones house hold on. Muhammad had one soccer game to volleyball games. And you know, the the volleyball games work. It's like three games. Really? So at sixty seven games, I spent my Saturday it's tyranny, and we went to Feldman's deli. I saw before all of this and said Mohammed you need to you need to fuel up. So hand him the the menu for anything on the menu. You order it. And the waiter comes over to the table and Mohammed says, I'll have the pickle bowl, please. Which if you go to X ninety six dot com slash live. You it's it's it's well, it's pickled things there's onions in there. And there's there's all kinds of that's all he wanted. Yeah. That's all he ate permits cramping any ate the whole thing. He ate it stops cramping. Well, and he won every game. He played on Saturday. Not the team. Senate Bill you you were wrong about Tiger Woods. Yeah. He won a game. It's no tournament. It's been one thousand eight hundred seventy six days since Tiger Woods last one a PG tour event. And if you saw pictures from this it was insane. The crowds that show up for Tiger Woods, especially when he's winning. I their hordes of people on the green following him around. And this is the first time he's one Bill. You said you wouldn't happen. You're just dismissing this. You're saying tire would ever win another tournament. I ended. I mean, I don't know if he'll ever win another besides this one did win one one. And I still don't like him. I don't know. I think he's a creeper. He is favored to win the masters in the latest odds from Vegas. Ritchie is I was out in the hallway said, you know, don't forget to tell people about who's number twenty in the AP college football poll, and I just I can't find any story about that anymore. You know, what I find interesting about that is so so I see the headline in the was in the Tribune on Sunday BYU roars because they beat mcneese state, which is a nothing college football team. So congratulations. They beat big niece. But it's nothing team. So we'll see what they do when they face and Utah didn't play this week. So well, and you're lucky that they did not know Zach moss needed recover, and and they needed to retains things. Don't look good for the utes shut up. They. You cannot say that I don't and I was I watched a little football yesterday. And I saw that Alex Smith look great for the Washington football team. They beat the Green Bay Packers. And I felt I felt really bad for what's his name. I'm Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers did you feel bad for you know, he's he's such a good quarterback that he got really badly hurt. He was hurt last week. And it was obvious that I mean, he would God he shouldn't have been playing. He's just banged up. And you know, he was playing and he just looked miserable. He was and he's dating danika patron miserable. But I mean, he was he was still playing pretty well. But he just looked. He just looked miserable. Like, oh, man. It hurts and everything her everything hurts yet. Richie wants me to tell you that BYU plays Washington this weekend. That's if you think they're going to beat them. You're dreaming Reggie Utah. Jazz. Are starting their preseason today. There. They got the purple uniforms excited about the purple uniforms. Boy, am I am no. Yeah. I really am. I should be. Yeah. Can you hear the excitement in my voice? I'm really excited and the raiders. So they're leaving Oakland and going to Vegas. Yes. But the stadium in Vegas isn't quite ready K and Oakland's like get out. We don't watch any more. If you are leaving then get don't let the door hit you on the so they're like. Great now. What do we do? Yeah. So you might for a small period of time get the San Diego raiders because there's that's because the chargers aren't in San Diego anymore. So there's a an so there's an empty stadium there. So you might have a little bit of San Diego. I don't think they'll call them the sandy or do you? Call them the Vegas raiders. I don't know. What you just the raiders you just call them the raiders, okay? I don't know. These are these are not problems you. Of course, you miss the big sports story. Oh, I couldn't possibly have full seems to bring pumpkin spice everything from the latter. As to the pop tarts, I'm wearing pumpkin spice to underwear the Arizona Diamondbacks. Joining the trend fans can now get a pumpkin spice Chiro dog. Terrorists by Truro dog. Original Chiro dog is a warm cinnamon Sureau inside a Long John chocolate glazed doughnut topped with frozen yogurt caramel and chocolate. So so there's no hotdog involved. Okay. But if you add a little pumpkin spice there you go. Oh quickly this from this from our attorney important, very important for your sports report. Manchester United one Robert plant's Wolverhampton Wanderers one they were not they're not supposed to do that well against Manchester United. So apparently, very important sports got eighteen hundred pounds on a two pound bet, right?.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"One thousand eight hundred seventy six days, capturing the torch championship for the third time in his career. I was pretty emotional one on ROY was was tapping out on just finishing out. I looked around. And it was the was because I put the bunker the bunker shot on the green at one eighty and. It is a big number. I. Sitting on seventy nine for five years now. Eighty is pretty damn good feeling eighty career wins for Tiger Woods moving within two of Sam Snead for the most all time. Meanwhile, world number-one Justin Rose winning the season long FedEx Cup and the ten million dollar bonus. As a result. Meanwhile, NFL in Detroit the lions of extended their lead now twenty three to ten on the patriots eleven oh two left to go in the fourth quarter for the second straight night. We're playing extras in Cleveland back to Chris singleton. Buksh shabby. I break. Thanks very much. Josh Tom level. Take over on the mound. The right hander his thirty first appearance. He's made eight starts six six four ERA. New third baseman is Eric Gonzalez very good defensively. Get Mitch Moreland up to hit Lynn door Ramirez and Alonzo on the right side. Pitch the Tomlin or from infra strike. I'll get it. Right. To a curveball jobs in their nothing in want bitch, more Linda's flied out walked flied out and flied out. So he's all for three three three top ten. Your comes to pitch swayed about your foul. I. Alonzo snags that one down there. There. Lots of chatter with him a little bit, pre-game course. We talked about it a pass brother-in-law's, Ryan flaring, and Nick, Marcus. Brother-in-law's with the Braves yonder Alonzo with a famous brother-in-law Manny Machado. Youtube is outside our great. Great friends. Yeah. Did you say Garrett Cole? Brandon crawford. I did not a one. Yeah. It is. UCLA players. The one is outside. What it was earlier this year? Right. Crawford took Gary cole- deep and Gary cole- signed a pair of spikes for branded Crawford. He.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

Defensive Security Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

"And I, I did not like could have been a better podcast in look this up, but you know, sometimes you are you as a customer are beholden to when your own abilities scam provider has, you know, has support for particular ability that is very true as well. That is very true. So it depends on the skin, right? I mean, you could do a scan for version numbers or you're right. There's a bunch of different nuance, but what's interesting about the skin is a did not. Alert on the dispute portal as correct. Now, I have a theory on this. I think we may have actually talked about it in a previous show, but struts as a as a component can be integrated in a bunch of different ways in in kind of by default, it would. It would show. In a particular directory or in a particular way, but that's not the only way to integrate it in. So my my read is that this dispute portal may have integrated struts in a way that the vulnerability scanner wasn't set up to detect. That's a discreet package running on screen port, right? You can Corey for header immediately, correct. Are logging dump the packages installed or whatever. It may be very difficult for some scanners to pick up, which is kind of dirty little secret us on getting tools out there. Yeah, in in. This is this is I think why apps cantors are often kind of distinct class from vulnerability scanners because you know, EPs ganders tend to be a lot more obnoxious and noisy aggressive, then vulnerability skins are so. I mean, even though they kind of do the same thing that so anyway. Interesting stuff. Let's see. So once the bad guys were on this system, there were three databases actually on this dispute portal apparently wasn't all that interesting, but they were able to get together credentials from this server and that server had network access to some number. Some unknown number of other servers that had a total of forty eight databases and they spent the next seventy six days running nine thousand queries in exfiltration data. Now what it's it's kind of interesting the way this was discovered was apparently. Equifax was instrumented to be monitoring for data exfiltration, but they're the LP system. I'm inferring here because it doesn't go into this level detail, but I'm inferring that they're that they're, they're deal system, had a the head, a certificate problem in was not able to do. Decryption of outbound SSL traffic t. l. traffic running this over to PS. Correct. And they were doing it. Sizing it in such a way to make look not to apparent until whether it was their proxy, whether it was their deal, be the way I read it yet. Normally it has the whatever the self signs cert is or trusted cert- that's loaded on the machine so they can do interception and decode and look at encrypted up on traffic. No. What would likely happen here is either would have decoded it are decrypted and inspected it and hopefully caught the diss was information or potentially the bad guys were not using that certificate and then you can flag on, hey, I can't decrypt the traffic. It's not using the right certificate, but it looks like the cert was expired for ten months. And so either the alerts were ignored or it wasn't able to actually look at traffic and there was no alert being flagged by anybody or they just missed it or whatever. But it's interesting how that little error in their process led to this sort of issue as well. You know, it's, we talk about assume breach we talk about, hey, you know, spot people when their actual training moving laterally because you can't stop getting in. We hear, unfortunately, shot themselves in the foot for reasons..

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"seventy six days" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on WTVN

"Sean, Hannity, is, on now I call his behavior Transnet switches to. Betray once trust and to Nabet the enemy. And I stand very much by that. Claim John Brennan's hyperbole is an issue here Well I think it is I think John Like a freight train and, say what's on his, mind holding them accountable Sean gets the. Answers No one. Else does freedom is Revolution. Down and Sean Hannity show more behind the scenes information on breaking news And more bold inspired solutions for America Minus seventy six days Until you decide Midterm elections Save, America great Good man he was, with Ronald. Reagan A. Lot of. Different people over the years I feel very sad about that It doesn't involve me but. I still feel very sad thing Nothing to do, with Russian collusion started his Russian collusion It has absolutely nothing to, do with Sean disgrace This has nothing to do what they. Started out cooking for Russians involved in our campaign The way was The original mission was Was something very much different self had nothing to, do. With Russian collusion continue Fake news and the Russian which we got a whole, combination Where is the collusion Still looking for collusion Collusion.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on WWL

"Gone at seventy six day to Paul Manafort tax evasion trial here's CBS news correspondent Steven. Port the first day of deliberations lasted seven hours and it, culminated in a list of questions for judge T S Ellis jurors saw guidance on the intricacies of a banking law Paul Manafort is accused of, violating and they asked him to, redefine reasonable doubt manafort's defense lawyer says that's. A good sign certainly indicates debate inside the jury room over whether. The prosecution proved its case the Korean war could be coming to an end formerly reporter Don Kirk in Seoul is. Setting, a peace declaration formally ending. The Korean war as a? Precondition for moving ahead on denuclearization the newest party newspaper no Don Shimin called the peace Declaration essential for permanent peace on the Korean, peninsula the US is reluctant to agree at least. Until the north begins to get, rid of its nuclear warheads. And the. Facilities for making. Them pushback against, the president's desire to have a big fancy military parade the American legion's Joe plans looking trade money be much better spent fully funding the. Department of veterans affairs. So that they can deliver to. Veterans the healthcare and education benefits that they've earned through their shows the defense department says the Veterans Day military parade ordered, up by President Trump will not happen this year. He wants treatment similar to that accorded John Hinckley Jr. man who murdered John. Lennon is coming up, for parole again now sixty three year old Mark David Chapman is scheduled to go before New York's. Parole board next week it will be his tenth chance at, release he shot the former Beatle outside his Manhattan apartment in nineteen eighty and Chapman serving twenty years to life in prison he was last denied, parole two years ago even though Oh he. Described the murder as selfish. And. Evil Pam Coulter CBS news head of the markets opening s and p. Futures are up a fraction this is.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"A day of was a day of rest which isn't it self i think very instructive point and that adam and eve first day of existence was a day of of rest they were made on day sixty seven was a day of rest and that's powerful because it undoes all of our understandings of what rest is americans we generally think that we rest after seventy six days of work and then we'll get a day of rest and actually in the biblical story we begin with rest and out of that we get our work done that's it's it's compl it's a complete reversal of everything that we assume and the second thing is when when we think about a day off generally speaking what we mean by that is a day at home where i'm at home but i'm thinking about work and i'm out helmet i'm scheming about working i'm at home and i'm doing mowing my lawn and doing all that stuff and you eugene peterson in a an article that he wrote a number years ago he says you know when you think about a day off that categories nowhere in the bible the sabbath is that day when adam and eve when the man and the woman walked around the garden of eden and enjoyed everything that god had already completed and carl barton one of his and one of his long diatribe says that that that day when adam and eve walked around in the garden of eden they had accomplished absolutely nothing they had done nothing worthy of their own praise in their own reflection all they could do was walk around and enjoy what god had done if we spend our our day off just tinkering at home getting worked on thinking about work that is very different than seventy jim peterson says a day off is not a it's not a sabbath that's a bastard sabbath that's a that's a that's a that's not a true seven is a day when we have a twenty four hour period to just stop and sit and be an loyd good food be with our friends watching episode of lost for stuck in the early two thousands whatever and just and just be but that that is very different than a day off but for some of us that could could be day off i've been john net flicks i eat ice cream speaking hypothetically here yes does that medically make that a seven no that at the end of the day the only way that one knows if i think jesus kind of gave gave a pretty clear direction on what a sabbath is and that is he says when you know when an ox falls into a ground on the sabbath is a better to you know save at take keep its life or or or let or take its life away and i think that that is the principle of the sabbath if it is life giving brings a life to our souls and our minds then then it's a sabah but that doesn't that doesn't give us a pink slip or doesn't give us a permission slip as a hall pass to to do whatever we want to do i'm not running around fishes for that's what i'm for is because i can very easily here sabbath as okay i get to check out and i'm going to binge on netflix like i said i'm gonna eat some ice cream gonna take a nap and all of those with the sabbath orientation could be seven thing but what's the what's orientational that makes them sabbath versus just amino away for me to number escape or checkout does that make sense what's that what does within yeah i think that.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on Start Here

"To digest the news over the last twenty four hours you've come to the right place welcome let's set you up for the day ahead here we go the images were to heartbreaking the sounds to unnerving and finally the outcry was just too loud yesterday in the oval office president trump abruptly changed course of we are signing an executive order and a little while we'll keep families together but we still have to maintain toughness and today we're going to walk you through that decision the fallout and what is facing these families that have been broken up but first let me just back up because i want to be absolutely clear about what all went down here for years the rule has been if you're taking a jail you don't get to take your kid with you doesn't work like that and that applied to undocumented immigrants to there's also a rule that says it's a crime to cross the border illegally but and this is important just because you do something illegal does not mean you always go to jail we'll seventy six days ago that is what changed i have no doubt that many of those crossing our border illegally are leaving behind difficult situations we cannot take everyone on this planet who is in a difficult situation attorney general jeff sessions said from now on everyone who crosses the border illegally is going to jail zero tolerance and suddenly that meant of course lots of kids were being taken from their parents at least seven hundred children have been separated from their families since october the border patrol taking us inside where eleven hundred men women and children are being held detained in cages some of the youngest faces behind the metal fencing children's seemed sleeping under my lar blankets and so just so we're clear that executive order yesterday did not change what session said crossing the border illegally still means you're going to jail what the president did decide to do was keep these jailed families together i think the word compassion comes into it but it still equally as tough if not tougher to sell your vega is abc's senior white house correspondent and so cecillia i just wanted to spell all that out because even if this does not reverse that exact original policy the president certainly is reversing course here no this is in fact a stunning reversal from the president know the president had spent days in weeks saying he could not do this by the stroke of a pen can't do it through an executive he could not pick up the phone and make a phone call in simply stop this policy lindsey graham said pick up the phone you could do this this is easy but that's exactly what the president did he signed an executive order with his pen in the oval office happy people that essentially stops this policy separating migrant children from their parents it allows thirties to house them in detention together rather than separating them we should remember this was not an accident that families were separated this was not a byproduct jeff sessions said this was part of the plan that splitting up families would send a message would deter them so what actually forced the president's hand on this the first lady lobbied him behind the scenes we're told czanka trump a showed him those images of children in shelters they were both bothered by it anybody with a heart would feel very strongly about it we don't like to see families separated there is sort of a public relations thing happening here or to make it seem as though they were very involved behind the scenes perhaps a very much they were were only just now hearing that they were both the first lady and the first daughter are facing a lot of backlash online people saying that they were complicit were the deal breaker for him the reason for this reversal i don't necessarily think that that was the case i think it probably boils down to the optics of this the president got an earful and has received an earful from republicans on capitol hill who he put them in an impossible position the midterms are right around the corner and there's lawmakers had like their own families coming in for a picnic they had to face their own wives and daughters husbands that picnic is now off can you imagine the optics of that when i walked into the white house on the day the president at that hour i had no idea he was going to be signing this executive order but they were.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"In they're talking about not getting enough tortillas at the international space station just goes into the crux of you know army's march on their stomach and so forth but same thing if you're up in space senior in this you know how stole environment food is about your only pleasure so i know for us when we were deployed in seventy six days of no phone tv or anything that chow was a you know nice distraction chit chat and share stories and you know talk about rumors when you're in space you know there's different types of conversations but they say that the long ways to go to to be able to have food that'll stay good for a five year mars mission there's all their ability in the irs camera qr code reader could direct users to malicious websites if you're scanning qr codes just be aware be understanding that you just don't want you know you wanna scan qr codes from trusted sources don't be scanning stuff you just find on the street you may up on a vicious website also apple iowa's lem point three software update may land tomorrow so we'll see if that gets punched out at the same time that they're doing this event and again apple not be live streaming it's it's event tomorrow as well just have to see what the press says but also some news coming out as apple's original video content expected to launch in march of two thousand nineteen.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on Geek News Central

"In they're talking about not getting enough tortillas at the international space station just goes into the crux of you know army's march on their stomach and so forth but same thing if you're up in space senior in this you know how stole environment food is about your only pleasure so i know for us when we were deployed in seventy six days of no phone tv or anything that chow was a you know nice distraction chit chat and share stories and you know talk about rumors when you're in space you know there's different types of conversations but they say that the long ways to go to to be able to have food that'll stay good for a five year mars mission there's all their ability in the irs camera qr code reader could direct users to malicious websites if you're scanning qr codes just be aware be understanding that you just don't want you know you wanna scan qr codes from trusted sources don't be scanning stuff you just find on the street you may up on a vicious website also apple iowa's lem point three software update may land tomorrow so we'll see if that gets punched out at the same time that they're doing this event and again apple not be live streaming it's it's event tomorrow as well just have to see what the press says but also some news coming out as apple's original video content expected to launch in march of two thousand nineteen.

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Man Accidentally Released from Prison 76 Days Early Sues Over Re-Arrest 3 Years Later

The Lars Larson Show

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Man Accidentally Released from Prison 76 Days Early Sues Over Re-Arrest 3 Years Later

"This is fox on justice orlando right got a lucky break back in two thousand twelve a mistaken early release from washington state prison right was serving an eightyear sentence for robbing a man at gunpoint of three hundred dollars at an atm he added about two and a half months to go before his time was done but because of a computer coding glitch the prison doors open and right walked free seventy six days early some three thousand other inmates also got out early because of this error but as for orlando right his lawyer says he started a new life got a job and apartment went to trade school but then three years later state officials discovered the mistake and orlando right was put back in prison for the final seventy six days of his sentence now he's suing the state asking for damages for wrongful arrest and constitutional violations the suit argues the state had no right to lock them up again because it had made the mistake that freedom in the first place no comments from washington state with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Now as a canon and joined him in phoenix this year poor awful injury happened in than what a find he was and then it him in the context of those thinking sectors d you can't evacuate met setting so um mavericks talked a little bit differently we'll see if they get a little creative on down the stretch like for example the hawks might desribed dennis all the way the end ago um he might look pretty good and we might end of pengpu that we really right it is art ula create ways to be that will be interesting to see what they do yeah in to go up to one thing we say yogi can score off the drill will thus but dennis mitchell yudas too so come redundancy size and enrolled the office when in its from a coaching perspective i'll say this is when i have a small guy i need to score off the dribble usually means that all have a very good off his team if he that'll have enough shooters amaldo squares a lot of guys that can finish even he's getting the ball it he goes back to the allen iverson philadelphia seventy six days was was for the best defense unit we came in the four ask a are to do everything off the dribble like burke his magic in i think that's probably not the formula dallas wants to go so i think what you saw the game against uh the last game against sacramento is you saw dallas paired to this with junior war with west the mass used in the backcourt instead of wes matthews at the three playing too small guards and was taken a quick look at dennis with dealer wanna take one game you know but he shot six at a fifteen twitter non on 3's pretty diplomatic of what his season has been this year so providence anything to different than you see what he's playing the small guards but that's just one game right and dallas wants does this junior have some success this year to kinda build off of for sure i'm at why i watched arguments ackerman ahead of my recollection it he.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"That's not necessarily threshold that we use in politics right i mean that it's it's fitness for office which is not a legal determination that's a political determination and i think a lot of voters gonna be struggling with that because he come off the ballot he's within the seventy six day threshold and there's no way to remove him i you're hearing a lot about a writing campaign well i i'm not so sure about that because remember the call cold up i believe it was in 2000 and six when robert torricelli by was on the ballot nominated um the general election ballots had been set and he was caught up at a um corruption scott corruption investigation withdrew uh republicans said the state law required his name to remain on the ballot added that anybody that the democrats put up would have to be a writing candidate democrats went to court they want and um that's what's called now we call it the us in option and i think that if list withdraw and republicans took it the court they would force them to reprint the ballots with uh with a uh a new nominated person on there but you know we're that we require mortar withdrawn so far not do it in this when politically and frankly there shouldn't be a political component of this this should transcend politics you we do which right it doesn't matter where you have a dear in our behind your name for ainatour shelly case his poll numbers were under water the democrats were recognizing he was going to lose in morse case the last poll i saw he was what a ten points ahead of his democrat challenger or third the real quick africa that were more with up to six point out great tonic reposition or republican at alabama right right they got it all out in the polls heading to look at times but all the rest had more app let's do what you wrote about the the major differences between the house in the senate bills because while i know that the media is having a field day with the the sex allegations it is a whole bunch of people have to worry about paying bills what what are my tax is going to.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on WGTK

"The seventy six day threshold and there's no way to remove him you're hearing a lot about a writing campaign well i i'm not so sure about that because remember the forum cold up but we did with and 2000 and sick when robert torricelli was on the ballot nominated uh th the general election ballots had been set and he was caught up at a uh corruptions uh crop should investigate withdrew uh republicans said the state law required his name to remain on the ballot and that anybody that the democrats put up would have to be a writing candidate democrats went to court they want and um that's what we call it's not the tortoise somebody and and i think that if voiced with uh and republicans took it to court thing would force them to reprint the ballots with uh with a uh a new nominated person on their but you know we're not renew our border withdrawing so freeze not do it between that story in this when politically and and frankly there shouldn't be a political component to this this should transcend politics you we we do which right it doesn't matter what he ever de or an are behind your name the torricelli case his pull numbers were under water the democrats were recognizing he was going to lose in moore's case last paul i saw he was what a ten points ahead of his democrat challenger or the real quick politics uh africa ever more was up six point five hundred great medtronic reposition or republican at alabama right they got two fouls.

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"seventy six days" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"seventy six days" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is a tuesday october third the two hundred seventy six day of 2017 eighty nine days left in the year nick each and every day county day is a gift and we have events like las vegas and others that reminds us that each day is a gift well another man has died at the age of sixty six i've said this for years now there this through observation this said gold and triangle of death for men and there are no ribbons uh or months or any kinds of a rallies to fight this but do we kind of accepted apparently that men died between the age of fifty seven fifty eight and may be sixty eight sixty now if you make it to seventy year you are in good shape to go of several more years or so it would seem and so we have tom petty dying at sixty six and that it was a bit of a controversy there where i think rolling stone and some other people had said he was dead before he was dead in the family was very upset but he has de absolutely died at the age of sixty six laugh whoa i wonder if evil remember that he was among other things a with his successful solo career with i won't back down and great songs like that he also was a member of the super group the traveling wilbur ross dick you remember the traveling wilbur is george harrison bob dylan royal roberson jeff lin and tom petty yep not a bad band no that was a long time ago what a ban that was indeed now you have the story of being his being affected by his serb meeting or seeing elvis presley i have the story where he said he told the grammys dot com that he was inspired to become an arctic sd after he.

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