35 Burst results for "Seventy Two Hours"
How Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Fought to Have Her Son's Murderer Deported
"Happened to the illegal immigrant convicted multiple times before he was deported. Came back and killed your son. What happened to the murderer of ronald just recently released early on november twenty second and ice was telling me that they could not deport him because The release date was november. Twenty third or could be twenty second or twenty first and they couldn't just plant themselves for seventy two hours. Wait they could hold a convicted felon who your son. That's what i was told. And not only that. But i kept calling them out to upgrade where he was being transferred from one prison to another three times in one month Instead of them doing their job. I was my own detective. I sold my own case. And what happened to him. He was eventually picked up by your own enforcement removal officers and the poor the back to mexico and l. central. Because of you because of
What is Prolonged Fasting?
"Does the prolonged fast and prolonged fasting for me. Anything over twenty four hours. The next thing is what are the benefits or prolonged fasting and there are greatly different. Compared to intermediate fasten. There are a lot more a lot more extended now. Doing the intermediate fasten. You obviously get weight loss. I mean we all know that you get in weight loss bud during the prolonged fast and you get a lot more benefits of weight loss which is obviously a hey. You didn't haven't been eating eaten for three days. You probably will lose more weight like that. So that's one of the benefits going to lose more weight. But i wanna talk more about better more important benefits in my teen when you go for that. And it's more of the health benefits that's m. self production increases. Not gonna touch too much into that. But it's really really cool stuff A hormone of growth will be elevated as well. Obviously because you fast and and the great part or went hormonal. Growth is elevated. And when you get in their key tones with the fast in your going to have the muscle sparing effect meaning you. Stu can work out and you still can be saved during at least seventy two hours fast when you go further you have potentially possibility at least from the studies that i've seen start getting breaking down the proteins from your muscle tissues and things like that so i i recommend to do extended fast divisive thirty six to seventy two hours. My personal opinion. You get the best bang for the
Hawaii's COVID Rules Turn South Carolina Family's Vacation Into Nightmare
"It's called cova derangement syndrome. It has it has been added to the list of derangement syndromes like trump derangement syndrome. And just ask less besson door for my my buddy. Joey hudson was telling me about less this week. Less went to hawaii from south carolina with his wife and kids and i want you to hear his store less. We really appreciate you joining us. Here on the mike gallagher show because when joey told me about your case i thought i gotta share this with everybody. How are you sir. don't mike thanks for your patience. You and your wife vaccinated your sons. Your sons are fourteen and sixteen correct. That's right and they weren't vaccinated so you wanted to follow all the rules regarding did with the hawaii restrictions we can you walkers through what happened when you got to hawaii Yeah well we've got the hawaii. We got up there playing the a section where the steering people make sure they had all the paperwork and everything that they need to pass the their their rules There was no problem with my wife. And i But my two sons they Have the testing done through Hawaii's one of them's hawaii's partners with the supposed to have a twenty four hour turnarounds to the test results and It had to be done within seventy two hours. Seventy two hours wouldn't accept the test results so when we get to hawaii we find out that the lab that hawaii uses Or one of the lots of these several but one of them that they use That we ended up using did not Complete tests and did not upload the results So we're in the airport there and In the hawaii airport. In what we're in hawaii on the big island in this now. So you're on the big island and your and your and you realize now you've got you and your wife have your vaccination cards but your kids test results have not been properly process show now. Hawaii thinks you guys are stuck because you've got two kids without a vaccinate or without a cova test result correct. Was that we so we asked. Well can we just get tested for them. Houston all the tasks are very quick. this is what really surprised me is that they said you can't get a test in hawaii it from out of state you have to leave the state to get a test to come back in. So we they don't they don't they. Don't have the ashes in hawaii. That had those blue buynaksk by max. Now kids we get a fifteen minute result. I'd like to tell you that that we were in tokyo so i couldn't get out to see if they have this. No kidding because this gets worse all right so let's go through this show so you can't get the test there. So then what happens so they tell us. We have three choices. Choices are one to leave hawaii to to go into those ten days of quarantine or three to have. A the governor's office grant an exception in our case. How are you going to get a governor's exception in your case standing in the hawaii the airport hawaii i have no idea i wonder your. Where did you go from the airport. I don't know what happened from the airport. We tried to go to our beach house that we rented for the first two nights before the resort for the rest of vacations right but The airport wouldn't let us leave until they Until they called the beach house confirmed that they would keep us in our beach. House and Make sure that we quarantined. Keep you in like like like house arrest. Like house arrest yes. I couldn't outside and the beach house. They they said they wouldn't be able to do that. And i can't blame them. They don't wanna be sitting around doing that kind of thing right so we have to find the hotel that would allow us to Be under Corentin in their hotel wounded up we ended up getting the marriott And we had improved the airport people there that we have a reservation at the marriott and the marriott would Indeed cheapest room and where. Where are you doing this making all these calls and trying to figure all this out with since hawaii thinks your two kids are like lepers. I guess you know. They've got the blue bonnet plague. What are you guys. Locked in broom closet somewhere in an office. Where are you doing all this. We are behond one of the counters or this is taking place while other travelers coming in and While we were there for about two hours three or four other people with similar issues that weren't able to get her to go to porn teams. Oh so you weren't. You weren't alone and going through this now. There were sort of Well Both with kids and a couple a single individual my gosh go you wind up at the marriott right with your family right how that go. Well not was. That was awful. I'll tell you it was awful Before we got to the marriott no they told us we have a one phone call to try to get with the lab to To get our results one photo giving you one phone. Call one phone call. That's what they told us and we. We ended up having a lot more because my sixteen year olds is autistic. And there's been expecting this trip for Well we're supposed to do it last year. That goes with council the at. He's expecting it for this year He just has a meltdown there in in there and And it was bad
Biden Hammered for Spending Time at Camp David While Taliban Take Over Afghanistan
"Meanwhile biden has been reported will again leave the white house for wilmington delaware today as the military and the state department are desperately trying to clean up the mess from the disastrous withdrawal of american troops from afghanistan. He spent most of the last week in wilmington camp. David presidential retreat as the crisis in afghanistan spirit spiraled out of control as fox news reports amid intense pressure to return to the white house monday. He flew into town delivered a teleprompter speech only to immediately fly back to camp david that same day video splashed across the internet of afghans who clinging to a departing american airplane before falling from the sky their deaths and now today after less than seventy two hours at the white house this week. He's only spent seventy two hours at the white house all week. He's going back to his personal residence in wilmington delaware. My gosh
Lord Conrad Black on Afghanistan: 'This Has Been a Terribly Ludicrous, Tragic, Horrifying Spectacle'
"Analyze the geopolitical twists and turns of the last few days in weeks and what it means fall not just american politics but for the world writ large is a regular guest but he is joining us for a one on one special. It is a delight. It's an honor to have him with us. He's the author of a president like no other donald j trump and the restoring america lord. Conrad black welcome to one on one. Thank you thank you for having man but lord black Where to begin. You've written seminal works. Not just my former boss president trump on president nixon on roosevelt as well did what you have seen in the last few days in america was it what you expected from this administration and what could be the broader ramifications going forward. It's been i'm afraid worse-than-expected as we discussed in previous of programs sebastian. I wasn't a brimming over with high expectations for this administration. I wish them well as as one does any incoming administration you also. Whoever is the head of the united states does well because so much depends on it but as this spectacle of of of the concertina effect is the englishman. Say we're months fun to be a a real Battle for taliban takeover and it wasn't at all clear that they could ever do that And then that became a matter of shrinking deadlines and and then in seventy two hours. Everything just vanished. I mean this has been a terribly ludicrous and tragic and are respectable
There Have Been Mixed Responses to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
"As kobe cases sore and more mandates. Go into effect pfizer. Today's submitting preliminary study results to the fda showing third dose of its vaccine producing significantly higher antibody levels than the initial to the company ultimately hoping authorization for third dose booster for american sixteen and older. Have your cards with you or a negative test. This comes as a new vaccine mandate takes hold in new orleans proof of vaccination or a negative cova test. No more than seventy two hours old now required for indoor dining bars gyms concerts even saints games. It's nothing autumn distant travel with an id for some unvaccinated torres. The new mandate a surprise that forced outdoor eating. I get the mass of it. But vaccine is a person twice the mandate coming after weeks of surging cova cases in louisiana the state now averaging more than six thousand new cases a day the situation is dire and we are simply out of time. Similar measures to those being taken in new orleans are coming soon to other big cities like new york in san francisco. We're gonna follow the mandates and we're going to enforce the mandates and we're going to do it right but here restaurants like brennan say the vaccine mandate presents another pandemic staffing hurdle but one day except to keep the lights on. If you had a choice between closing down again or putting a vaccine mandate and that didn't take you long vaccine mandate i would do anything to prevent a shutdown and lester. There's not just controversy around vaccine mandates in texas. There's conflict over mandating math in schools. The state supreme court siding with the governor that local jurisdictions cannot mandate
Wisconsin Sets 300-Wolf Limit After Runaway Spring Hunt
"A policy-setting board for wisconsin department of natural resources approved a wolf heart. Evista quota three hundred wolves for the states fall. Wolf hunts wisconsin tribes oppose and have called on the us fish and wildlife service to reconsider its decision to remove federal protections for the animal daniel creating reports the board's vote goes against the wisconsin. Dnr's recommendation to set the harvest at one hundred thirty wolves state. Wildlife managers supported a conservative harvest due to uncertainty over the populations response to the february wolf hunt state licensed hunters harvested nearly double their allotted quota killing two hundred eighteen wolves and less than seventy two hours. John johnson senior is president of the lack of flambeau band of lake superior chippewa. He told the board that tribes view the wolf. As a brother adding their fates are intertwined. Six people lived in existence with wolves for longer than europeans walk. North america the main gun. We know respect and understand seems to be a different animal than the wolf that so many others despise johnson also chairs the voigt intertribal task force which represents a jib way tribes. The task force has called on the us. Fish and wildlife service to reconsider the wolf's delisting due to wisconsin systemic failures to manage wolves and prevent over harvest for national native news. I'm daniel catering
Something's Wrong With Apple Podcasts
"Is apple. Podcasts still having problems well some. Publishers have reported that some new episodes taking many hours to appear in apple podcasts. Sometimes as long as seventy two hours we wondered how widespread the problem was of apple. Podcasts simply not noticing new episodes so yesterday we asked you to let us know if you to have seen this issue. We don't many emails in response. So here's some of what we learned one podcast host reports around five customer complaints day. Where it's been more than twenty four hours. Their feet is valid. And then you episode is everywhere but apple podcasts and it does take some convincing customers that it isn't the podcast host fault and other publishers says episodes of taken a full forty eight hours to appear in apple podcasts. For another their record is seventy two hours now. Few have told us that. If you log into apple podcasts connect and change the frequency of your podcast in the interface that appears to get apple to rescan your feed although they do say that sometimes new episodes appear and disappear a few times before being there permanently a few hours later. And we've seen that happening to in our testing podcast which is called pulled clock now apple is seemingly aware their support team has responded to one publisher saying this was an issue on our end with our service. There's nothing your end you can do to prevent it from happening again. It shouldn't happen again but if you do notice. An episode not live on apple podcasts. After twenty four hours please reply back. Longer and more pained feedback includes one person contacting us saying i have a daily podcast and at least once a week. My episode won't release on apple podcasts. It appears everywhere else. I've written to support about it and they refresh my feed but also say allow up to twenty four hours episodes to appear. This is a daily show. A why does this only happen on apple podcasts. They can't answer this but the following day both the episode that didn't appear and the new one show up apple had better start taking podcasting seriously. They can lose their once seemingly insurmountable lead.
A Series of Optic Disasters For Liberal Democrats
"In texas. These extremist left wing liberals boarded a dark money plane. As you know in left austin are capital these house representatives and they fled the and went to washington. Dc all this dark money all this live at fifty something in hotels and cream meals a day and dry cleaning and care packages all his father all right and they went up their photograph with masks. I dunno if you saw that on the plane. Texas democrats don't wear masks. Democrats don't wear massive barack hussein birthday bash right and they're up there and they're up there hooting and hollering in washington. Dc and all came apart it became so painful to watch and so painful to listen to and so painful experience that even extremists left. Local television stations pulled the plug on coverage of texas democrats. Who went up to dc after about seventy two hours. It was such an optic disaster. The olympic taking a knee. And the ratings optic disaster barack hussein on the dancefloor with some washed up singer optic disaster even the congressman to lay was added a wedding this past weekend. No mask optic disaster.
Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Required in France and Italy
"As new york city prepares to require people to show proof of vaccination against kobe nineteen for indoor activities such as dining gyms and events. We want to look at what. Life's like in some parts of europe. Where such proof is already required. France and italy have begun requiring proof of vaccination among other measures in order to dine at restaurants. Sit down and cafes or attend sporting events to get a better idea of how this works in the role it could play in vaccination efforts were joined by the wsj's nick cost off. He covers business from his base in paris. Hey nick we're glad you're here. Thank you nick. Let's first talk about logistics. How exactly does this work right. So how it works. Is that if you are fully vaccinated or if you have a recent test. Negative tests less than seventy two hours. You get a qr code onto your application on your phone and now if you're going to a restaurant or a bar or even now it's mandatory for long distance transports to get around the country on trains on buses on internal flights. You have to show his. Qr code and somebody restaurant for example with the phone. Scan your qr code. They'll check your identity card check. The is indeed you and then you'll be allowed to eat at the restaurant or to take your play your or your train your or your bus and what about for americans or tourists. Who are planning to head to. France or to italy or the greater eu so for tourists were planning to head to france or italy. You most places have been accepting cd cards nor places do so. There's a way that you can exchange your cd card. What is generally works in europe with your cdc called online before you travel and say that's operational. Now that can be
Canada Reopens Border for Vaccinated Americans
"A big day for families separated over a year as canada reopened. Its border to fully vaccinated americans. Tom costello is there. The cars were lined up at the border at midnight. Americans many with family. In canada to crossover from washington state to the detroit windsor bridge. My mother is going to be ninety. Four and october and that i mean i haven't seen her in year and a half to buffalo where the can cage just want to hold their canadian grandkids. I'll be the best grandma again and it'll just be fine. Americans who want to cross into canada must use the arrived. Can app upload proof of vaccinations and a negative covert. Pcr test within the last seventy two hours. I've got the app got my passport. Got my vaccine card and they get a pr test. I was across the border in five minutes today. But while canada is slowly reopening to american tourists the us is not opening the border to canadians costing billions in lost tourist dollars near buffalo. Tom's restaurant has been closed since march of twenty twenty. Where all missing a piece of good business because the border is not open. Canada is actually ahead of the us. In vaccinations seventy one percent of all canadians have received. At least one does compared to fifty eight percent of all americans yet the white house keeping. Us borders closed to ground traffic. Well i think that's utterly ridiculous Given the fact that we have all been admonished To follow the science to follow the facts here in canada widespread widespread frustration. That america won't let non americans and for at least another two weeks. Even as canada welcomes their vaccinated american neighbors.
Strategic Advisor Boris Epshteyn Wants to Change the GOP From the Inside
"You are right that there is. There is a an indelible change in conservative politics. Because there is a maga- base there is america. First brand i am still. I look at the january six select committee. I still see a gop establishment. That either doesn't understand what happened. In two thousand sixteen all is truly convinced it is a blip an anomaly and it's back to business mutual backscratching with the democrats. What is your balance sheet of of the establishment. Conservative movement can Let's just put our establishment. And what can be or should be done about it. It's all about the elections. We've got to elect maga- kanye twenty twenty two we because no matter how much we think that establishment. The rhinos are with us. You look what happens right. And then you've got mitch mcconnell. Who's a stone cold killer over-sunned january says completely misplaced hand goes all in against president trump thinking. Oh trump's don trump and there was like seventy two hour period right after all you know we've got rid of them wrong but so many people said that he's done he's done right and i said max he's got a drawback a little bit right but then the second impeachment comes and it's like nancy. How completely played into our hands. President trump's hand so my balance sheet is that we've got to elect mega conservatives magazines. Say it's not you and me. That will erica. That organized that the gop is the machine. So how do we fight the machine. That has the money that has the local offices that you we can say yeah. We want maga- candidates but there's this thing in between us and the maga- candidates called the rmc well in some ways. You know both you. And i look at missouri. I'm helping your endorsed eric. Writings right. that is a candidate who this talisman is not a big fan of right and that's how we and for those that's impacted for people at home call. You support financial support publicly. You support these candidates and it's been proven tom. Go back to twenty ten. We'll out of the oldest management republicans lost and. We're take out taken by the tea party. But eric cantor and others dot is what happens when the movement comes out and the movement is still able to make a huge difference in this country a huge difference and i think that's i think that's going to continue to happen and we who humbly the leaders of this movement. You're obviously all under the leadership of president trump. We've got to keep pushing because if we stay silent establishment. That's when we
Lukaku Looks for Chelsea Return
"Raking holiday to join us to discuss roman lucon q. And the possibility of joining chelsea before we get to that. Let's you back to july. Shall we say to say revenue. Kaku is untouchable for us. This summit we can say yes absolutely. Lukarco is not for sale. New cargo is an important piece on the chessboard. Available to in zoghbi. However obviously the story has snowballed over the last seventy two hours. These were protests today from the inter. Milan fans saying board. pay attention. Promises should be but it looks like new kaku is returning to chelsea. Gazettes us saying lukarco towards goodbye. Meanwhile credit sports saying lukaku atmosphere of farewell. Gab this is gonna happen isn't it certainly pointing in that direction. And the reason is and you saw signs from from injuries. Alturas interest supporters The papers they know what's happening at inter they know the degrade financial difficulties that the parent company soon has faced. They were told that there had to be cutbacks That's part of the reason why antonio conte left but there were also told that okay Hakeem he's moving on and we're gonna cash on hand And that's it. You saw those words from dr Now it's a little more subtle it's not just about not selling lukaku. Also they said if it comes in does go and we accept that we get stupid price for him. You have to sell them We want that money reinvested in the team. And it's not fair that that's going to happen. as opposed to in the money may be flowing back out to the parent company or perhaps simply being used to pay down the debt And that's really the crux of the matter. Their
How to Foster and Regrow Your Energy
"For me when my energy is low or dipping. I always always go what is causing. It's almost always two things. Someone's if my energy dips low. In the day i all to culprits one. Something happened bothered my brain. I got annoyed frustrated or hurt by something. I got annoyed frustrated or hurt by something and happened. Recently it happened in the next day or two and it's affecting energy in your energetic state right now is a hangover. your mood. right out is a hangover effect. Not always negative can be positive but it's it's an effect of something right input output cause effects. That's real so okay Hope to me. What is anger me. What is frustrated. Me and i'll just flip the question or flip. The feeling i was like okay. What would my life be like without that thought. Is that true. What's the opposite of that dot. Just question those things that annoyed me frustrated or hurt. And i'll do the physical work again of releasing those things and if i need help with releasing those guys know i love and invested in the tapping solution. So i'll just tap Go into mind those who know tapping. i'll just do a tapping routine for those who wanna learn tapping you can learn it in the growth day apps of course in their on it already and so i'll just do something physical release that tension but again i said there's two reasons for my low energy is one something mentally or emotionally. It hoped my brand and lowering the quality of energy. I feel unlatch the second one for me. Which is big. Is the last seventy two hours of physical exercise and nutrition. The you feel right now what you consumed and how you moved in the last seventy two hours. Most people think it's only now the food you ain't three days ago that's still in your body. The supplement the nutrition from that the macaroni. From that whether you burn it off or not. The energy energetic affect coleman minutes one day two days three
The Life and Death of the European Super League
"So adam now that we've seen basically all of the team's pull out of the super league as of now. I think it's just real madrid and barcelona that are still in it. Can we pronounce the super league dead. Does it still have a faint pulse. Where do we stand. I think we can say it's dying. These clubs will now have to richards. Ufo and previously. They have really significant seats at that table. They were on the board. They were putting over levers of power in their absence. Carrie sandra mona buying if take the biggest seats of influence because the other clubs they will resigned from that position is not a disaster for these clubs in that going back to but it's certainly intended and is the super league dead forever. I don't think you can ever say is dead forever because these clubs still have the most interest this still drive. The revenue drive the interest and if they were able to organize themselves. I'm putt larry. Goes to one side and come up with a real strategic plan an email communications plan. It's not inconceivable that this could happen in the fuchsia. But i think it would take very very very great. People to stall is compensation gain afterwards being the most kilometers. Forty eight hours. You a champions league is set to resume on tuesday of next week and at one. Point uefa the organizers of the champions league had threatened to ban super league players and teams from participating in the champions league rail madrid as of now has not withdrawn from the super league and they're scheduled to play in the champions league semi-finals. Is there a possibility that real madrid will get the boot from the champions league. That's a really good question while we're talking gone while we wednesday afternoon. Uk time as of yet real madrid have not withdrawn. But it's happening forty eight seventy two hours it's interesting in the sense of madrid's president frontino peres. He was the chairman of this new
Fortnite for beginners
"Fortnight is a massive multiplayer online video. Game developed by epic games released in two thousand seventeen is available in three distinct game mode versions so they otherwise share the same general game. Play in game engine But these three distinct versions are fortnight. Colon save the world. Okay fortnight no colon battle royale fortnite battle royale and fortnight creative. Oh there's three of them. So the objectives vary depending on which mode you're playing but the broad goal of fortnight is to survive against a prolonged force antagonist who will attempt to eliminate you okay so for night begin from an internal game jamat epoch game so there in american video game and software developer and publisher based out of north carolina So they did this internal game jam around twenty eleven after they published the game gears of war so a game jam which i only recently learned at work a game. Jam is a contest where participants try to a video game from scratch with a specific deadline. So it's usually like twenty four hours or you know maybe maybe seventy two hours to work to come up with this so it's kind of like a like a creativity burst. I'll shut the the bowl of that is to work with other people and create a game from scratch so depending on the format again your participants might be in teams maybe you are working independently. Who knows but epic games is also the developer of the unreal engine which is an open source in advanced real time. Three d creation tool. And you'll hear a lot of Video games and special effects and even like some film stuff runs off of this unreal engine. So the unreal engine. Original purpose was as a state of the art game engine. But it's now used across industries so it's for cutting edge content interactive experiences in immersive virtual worlds Unreal engine is a real time engine. An editor that features photo realistic rendering dynamic physics and effects robust data translation and also lifelike animation. So it's kind of a big thing whenever somebody is using the unreal engine. You know you're going to get really could effects from it so that that's all out of epic games which which founded in the savage that engine so for me was not initially one of the games that was actually developed during that game jim but the concept of merging the construction game genre so games like sim city or minecraft with shooter games came together and it led to the foundation affording. So you probably know. It sim city is if you're our age but a refresher on minecraft so in minecraft which was first released in two thousand nine actually players. Explorer blackie procedurally generated three d world with infinite terrain and they may discover an extract raw materials craft tools and items and build structures or works so game modes in minecraft include a survival mode in which players must acquire resources to build the world and maintain health and creative mode where players have unlimited resources. So players can modify or maud game to create new gameplay mechanics items and assets and minecraft has a very distinctive like visual s. That like you can recognize if somebody showing you a screenshot of minecraft. So what epic did is they prepared to release fortnight as a paid early access title in july twenty seventeen and they had plans to release it as free to play some time in twenty nine thousand nine after gaining feedback from players to improve the game so originally titled fortnight and lear renamed to fortnight colon. Save the world. This original base module is a player versus environment cooperative game. So you have four players collaborating toward a common objective on various missions. The game is set after a fluke. Storm appears across earth causing about ninety eight percent of the population to disappear and the survivors are attacked by zombie. Like husks so the player takes the role of commanders of home. Shelters collecting resources saving survivors and defending equipment. That helps to either collect date on the storm or push back the storm. In from missions players are awarded a number of in game items including hero characters. Weapons trap schematics and survivors all of which can be leveled up through gained experience to improve their attributes. Also you're working together with people against this common enemy player versus environment cooperative game. In around the same time the epic released fortnight into early access pub g had become a worldwide phenomenon selling millions of copies and drawing strong interest in the battle royale genre so a battle royale game is an online multiplayer video game that blends the survival exploration and scavenging elements of a survival game with kind of the last man standing game. Play so the name. The genre is taken from two thousand japanese film titled battle royale which was based on a novel of the same name and presents a similar theme of a last man standing competition in a shrinking play zone. So you've heard people. My brother plays this one. You've heard people's mentioned before what the heck is pub- g it's an abbreviation for player unknowns battlegrounds so that's an online multiplayer battle royale game and in this game one hundred players parachute onto an island and scavenge for weapons and equipment to kill others while avoiding getting killed themselves So there's an available safe area. The games map which decreases in size over time and it ends directing surviving players into tighter areas to force encounters with other players. And the last player or team standing wins the round The game's concept and design was led by brendan green. Who's better known by his online handle player known and he'd previously created mods for other battle rail type games pudgy was the top selling premium game of two thousand seventeen selling thirty million copies worldwide and grossing. About nine hundred million dollars. I have can. I tell you never heard of this game in my whole life. You know you are. You aren't really doing a lot of player games. How it's absolutely right. You know what i. It's funny i feel like there's been a couple of questions and learn a league in maybe the last five seasons or so that like the answer will be some video game or something that we that when we see the answer. We've never heard of this popular selling thing in all of the world and it sold got julian copies and everybody except you plays it. What's the so this is why we're absolutely. Yeah so you know. Epochs saw what pudgy had been doing and they were like maybe we could also do a battery. Yeah so what. Epic did was rapidly develop their own version atop their original fortnight in about two months so by september two thousand seventeen at was about to release this as a second mode from save the world in the paid for earlier access but then later decided to release this as a free game that would be supported with microtransactions. Microtransactions are the business model where users can purchase virtual goods with micro payments and make your transactions are often used in free to play games to provide a revenue source for the developers and there are a staple of the mobile app market so in game currency in fort night is called v books to them. You might see this icon happens sometimes. The you see llamas pop up and fortnight okay. So llamas also known as lama pinatas are the main loop boxes in fortnight and they are also fortnight's primary mascot so the vendor tech store is where players can purchase lama pinatas to break open for rewards in llamas can be produced using view bucks or event specific currency and they contain various helpful. Items like heroes schematics. Weapons and there are also different types of llamas in the game including basic llamas daily llamas and event llamas so For an has a very distinctive aesthetic. It's very cartoony. there's a very distinct color palette. I mean it's it's actually pretty visually pleasing see this distinctive looking lama. You know that that is for
Miami Beach imposes emergency Covid curfew to curb spring break chaos
"Good eating. The delicate balance between reopening and public safety is being pushed. The limit tonight in miami beach the city now extreme measures to crack down on out of control spring. Breakers these were the scenes last night huge crowds and few masks some even damaging property the city. Now closing down bridges into the city and putting a curfew in place for those already there city leaders fear eight superspreader event. It comes as states across. The country are seeing cases not only stop falling but start rising. We begin tonight with steve patrick's tonight state of emergency in miami beach. Our city right now in this area has become a tender too. Many people are coming here with bad intentions. The city taking drastic measures to control out of control. Spring breakers the mayor declaring an eight pm curfew for businesses and revelers increasing police presence in shutting down roads for at least seventy two hours as florida becomes the third state in the us to pass two million cases with new infections on the rise. In eight other states cases nationwide are plateauing instead of declining. That is not a good thing when you have that plateauing. That's usually the forerunner of another surge the concern the more contagious. Uk variant now accounting for up to thirty percent of new infections nationwide but with only thirteen percent of americans fully vaccinated the tsa record. Nearly one point five million travelers on friday and is airports fill-up tensions over mask wearing reached new heights in fort lauderdale. This broad broke out after two passengers refuse to wear a mask and caused the entire plane to board.
Chicago updates Emergency Travel Order; Texas, Nebraska moved to increase risk tier
"The chicago department of public health has shuffled states on its emergency. Travel order list texas in nebraska had moved back into the orange tier meaning. Travelers from those states would need to quarantine for ten days or have a negative kobe. Test seventy two hours. Before arriving in the city there are a total of twenty four states in the orange zone but nine other states have moved into the yellow zone meaning. They're corona virus case levels. Are low enough that no quarantine or negative test is required. When traveling to chicago from those states there are a total of twenty six states in the yellow zone plus puerto rico
"seventy two hours" Discussed on KGO 810
"Collect social security industry can tap study goes out those hundred mile bike ride so good what do you got for us we got she sat up so Winter Park we have a a beautiful resort Winter Park all Fraser's crossing and the rates there for a large studio suite started a hundred and fifty three dollars and the snow is there they have a a seventy six inch bass in the past thirty four inches of snow in the last seventy two hours home zero one like that so for another ski resort we have in Breckenridge we have a beautiful resort called beaver run which is on the side of nine in Breckenridge Breckenridge's another resort that's experiencing great snow this year as an eighty four inch base and it's forty seven inches of snow almost four feet the last seventy two hours yeah that's center county and a lot of people come up from Denver there and a lot of people like it there because it's three great ski areas there and that's a lot of so they're going to really get into really heading in the Rockies yeah they have so but there's also plenty closer this Southlake Tahoe at for example we have the Harrah's Lake Tahoe for as low as a hundred twenty dollars and and that is you know excellent deal and home what which is one of the resorts nearby has right now in ninety five inch but it's it's a little as in snow there the last seventy two hours but still I hired I spoke to someone just before the show and he said the smell was good up there so yes the seer is doing okay they need a few big storms and they're going to be coming down pretty soon big time and the snow is going to be fantastic he said hopefully anyway home what is nice the get the home would by the way by going to Tahoe city and then south on eighty nine it's easier to getting there than fifty I'm south Lake Tahoe and up right so and and there's also you know north Lake Tahoe and and Snowmass as well so their summer we have a beautiful.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Within seventy two hours of detecting the bridge so three days afterwards they have to disclose this that means that gone are the days when the company would sit on that information for maybe months or longer at a time a data processor has to alert data collectors quote without undue delay in the quote upon detecting a breach so let's see if Facebook is the data collector and let's say there's an app out there or in it as an add on some form of of enhancer for Facebook that is operating and then the enhancer detects that their systems have been breached they would be obligated to alert Facebook to that problem without undue delay in order for Facebook to take any measures it could a under the G. D. P. R. and then it would also have to alert all the people affected by this within three days the GDP are also sets up the basis for a mandatory data protection officer for organizations that have core activities that quote consist of processing operations which require regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects on a large scale or of special categories of data or data relating to criminal convictions and offenses and quote other organizations can have a data protection officer but it's not mandatory if they are outside of that definition however all the really big companies out there kind of fall into this so I expect we're going to have data protection officer as a new type of employee and most of those large companies either employed directly by the company or they will be offering their services as a data protection officer and it'll be a contract issue with you know some sort of provider that specializes in that because the person who is the data protection officer is supposed to have a specialty in that field it's not subject just supposed to be Hey Bob you wanna be data protection officer this week it's not supposed to be like that in addition this data protection officer becomes a liaison with data protection authorities or D. P. A.'s the data protection authorities are kinda like the overseers of the system they're the ones who are making certain that everyone is is complying with the rules if anyone's not complying with the rules they can take action and they have a lot of power so for example they can impose corrective actions such as a temporary or definitive limitation on data processing activities including a complete ban on data processing or to order the suspension of data flows to recipient and a third country so in other words they can say Hey Facebook you are not allowed to process any data from any says in and the European Union ever again because you broke this rule they technically have the power to do that in addition if a controller is found to be in breach of GDP are it can be hit with a fine of up to four percent of its annual global turnover or twenty million euro whichever is greater well global turnover is a European phrase it's a way of saying toll revenues that's what we would call it in the United States so if you want to look at global total revenues that'd be a a truly mind numbingly huge sum of money depending on the company let's go with the big one let's think about apple so apple made two hundred twenty nine point two billion US dollars in revenue in twenty seventeen if we convert that to your that's one hundred ninety five billion eight hundred ninety three million eight hundred two thousand euro let's take four percent of that that would be a fine and say apple has committed this this breach of GDP are this this worst case scenario and the data protection authorities levy this four percent fine that four percent fine would amount to seven billion eight hundred thirty five million seven fifty two thousand eighteen euro almost eight billion euro enough in one fine that's good it's it's crazy and that's why a lot of companies have really been taking a lot of effort to try and at least appeared to comply with G. D. P. R. because the consequences are truly scary and that's if obviously if your company is operating a level where more than four percent of your your or your four percent rather of your total revenue is greater than twenty million euro if it's less than you still have to pay twenty million euro now the penalties are tiered so it's not like it's that fine for any infraction the example I just cited was for the absolute worst case scenario but if it were for smaller infraction let's say that it's like you didn't conduct a proper impact assessment for something like a potential data breach and the GPAs found that out they said oh well you didn't take the necessary steps to going to the GT B. are you could be hit by a smaller fine but by smaller find it could still be two percent of your total revenues I mean half of seven billion euros is still a huge amount of money right anyway the full G. P. R. document is available online and in many different languages the English language version is eighty eight pages long so there's a lot more in there that I kinda skimmed over for the purposes of this episode I want to take a bit of time hour to talk about the effect this has had on the world already I'm recording this the beginning of July two thousand eighteen and already we're starting to see the effects of G. D. P. R. and first you probably received some of those emails or messages from different organizations about their efforts to comply with G. P. are a lot of companies have been working toward compliance ever since the policy was approved in twenty sixteen that's exactly what they were supposed to do they were supposed to get their acts in gear within those two years but according to analyst firm Gartner more than half of all companies affected by G. D. P. R. will not be in full compliance with regulations even by the end of twenty eighteen on a related note there's a consumer advocacy group called the European consumer organization its initialism is B. E. you see because it comes from the French name for the group which I am not going to attempt to pronounce because I love you French speakers and I don't want to hurt you with my terrible pronunciation but anyway the B. E. U. C. conducted a study of big tech companies and how they hold up to G. P. our policies and they analyzed a bunch of privacy policies by fourteen major companies including Facebook apple and Google and they said that most of them have privacy policies that might not meet the GT B. R. standard at all they said a lot of them included vague and insufficient language one big reason for that comes down to the era of big data so big that are big data if you prefer refers to enormous data sets they can include all sorts of information including stuff that upon first glance might be useless or completely unrelated to whatever you want to analyze the data analysts have found that you can discover really interesting patterns in associations and trends if you have really large sets of data sometimes you can find new ways to make use of that data that are really transformative but you might not have that idea before you actually get hold of all the information and therein lies a huge problem G. D. P. R. requires companies to spell out in clear terms why they want a person's information they're only supposed to collect the data relevant to whatever process they wish to perform and they have to get the users consent to do it so I have a feeling that if you were to ask a data collection company why do you need all this information about me and my behavior you might get a response of I don't know and that won't cut it their companies right now they have so much information about us but they don't even know what they have is Kelly going to an auction and buying a locked storage unit and you don't get the look inside it you have to buy it sight unseen you have no idea what you're going to get once you open that storage unit stores it might be a gold mine of antiques or it could just be a bunch of worthless junk or might even be empty well some companies have enormous repositories of information that effectively amounts to the same thing I don't know what they have yet having these companies comply with G. D. P. R. requires them to sift through all the information and determine which bets are identifiable as defined by G. D. P. R. and then be able to produce it or destroy it upon request which is a pretty tall order all right so what is this mean to the average person well if you live in the E. U. you not some pretty darn powerful legislation looking after your data protection and if you so choose you can exert your rights to request data or even have it deleted assuming doing so does not go against the public interest in general and you should be able to expect that to be delivered upon although I've listened to some podcasts my buddy Nate likes and did one for Bloomberg where he talked about how difficult it was to get his information from certain organizations even going through the GDP our process so companies aren't really necessarily prepared to do this but they are supposed to comply with it but if you're outside the U. like me you're probably just getting a ton of emails about this and for the most part you can ignore them some of them are likely asking you if you consent to being included on mailing lists as kind of a a protective measure there people who aren't certain if this is absolutely necessary yet but a lot of companies are like we'd better we'd rather we'd rather send an unnecessary email out now and cover our bases then find out later on that we should have done that so if you want to keep getting email from those companies you might need to skim the message you there might be a link you have to click and to indicate you've opted in to receive that mail but if you're like me you're probably just leaving the emails and then relishing the thought that you're not gonna have to deal with this much spam on a regular basis now I noticed on ZD net that there is a theory going around about clout that's the company that signed people a social media score based off the reach and impact of their various social media accounts like Twitter and Facebook clout to close up shop right around the time the G. D. P. R. compliance was to go into effect which was may twenty fifth two thousand eighteen and the theory is that that it's possible clout went and closed up partly because it was so hard to comply with G. P. R. I mean they're an organization that's dependent upon many other entities that are collecting and processing data so the owners of clout may have ought to just walk away rather than try and work that out but again that's just a theory they may have nothing to do with the G. D. P. R. but it is interesting the timing and also there are some sites like news organizations such as the LA times or the Baltimore sun they have restricted the access to their sites within the European Union so if you're in the U. and you try to visit one of those sites you might get a message stating that due to GDP are the users will be unable to access the site at that time no that's not necessarily permanent these sites are more more likely just trying to find ways they can comply with G. D. P. R. that might even require them to set up a different web portal for their various articles and services that operates on a different set of rules than the ones in the rest the world do much create sort of a fragmented experience but it might be the only way they're able to comply with G. D. P. R. without overhauling their entire system but the penalties for failing to comply are so high some companies would rather step back in the short term and lose all that traffic from the E. U. while they're trying to work on a more compliant implementation rather than risk an enormous fine and that brings us up to speed on what GT B. R. is and why it's causing so much ruckus in the text here right now I'm sure we'll have plenty of stories relating to G. D. P. R. unfold over the next few years and I I'm I'm certain that in the future I'll cover some of them but I wanted to do this episode just in case some people out there were like me wondering what this was all about and you don't have time to read all eighty eight pages of that legislation it's a real page Turner that's actually not a bad read but is a lot so hopefully this was helpful if you have any suggestions for future episodes of text of whether it is a technology a person a company maybe there's a particular story intact that you think really deserves deep treatment send me a message asked me to cover it I would love to hear from you the email address for the show is tax stuff at howstuffworks dot com or drop me a line on Facebook or Twitter handle of both of those is tax stuff.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You know obviously Sam and it can I take tonight the tax form to me and you know this is the number one defense in the league it's the patriots obviously it's there but the jets and then we get past let's see if we can lead them to victory tonight everything if they because they don't want to you know to lose a job was but if they beat the patriots be a seventy two hour tonight I'm going to get tonight but away so you know if they went and I'm gonna be the leader I don't wanna sleep I'll be the only reason they win this game and that will carry me right through to kick off next Sunday well I I I was saying this before these features of with money all one five and that helps to write it and maybe it's because we don't exactly root for the greatest team in the world maybe there's a part of it it sort of feels like a playoff game well who's who Jim maseda mall where him the same but as fans like I feel that way I completely get all day about we we think of this as a playoff game I couldn't agree with you more and Brian I want to clear you omit a clear you just went back I look at the article I'm gonna clear you on the patriot Leonard Williams thing because the whole article was about how Bella check alike slender one all yeah so I figured right I I by the tongue in cheek finally clear do I forgot about that was praising him which throwing a lot on the fire you know he was pretty heavy on whether you have to sort of a loose for coming to my every coach you talked even privately you talked office where they all year you guys are wrong you to see the sack so you know it's just the weather and stuff is it they're very big disconnect between what coaches think and what we you know we need to we have not seen yet I'm waiting for I understand you say to you you know the building to try to take him away tonight let me out bell we have not seen the break out any Bolivia now it's true in either the office of line I thought was a better last week although they're not getting to the second level we haven't seen him get to this stage was thirteen thirteen right now and but yeah I know it's true I mean do these patriots defense lately given up one passing touchdown office Jones you know yeah it is crazy.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the I'm very proud to say on the bodies because they live in these people are not scared anymore there are not six billion pieces of anymore of optimism there and a little causing a you said you know we we said economic concerns are the root of this what what about what's behind these protests well it's really been building for weeks in years I mean protesters say politicians here have been getting wealthy on all the while public services are abysmal in many neighborhoods people have to wear their own water tanks and pumps the electricity is a total disaster there are scheduled power cuts every single day here the power went off today while I was in the shower and you know people have to buy generators and this situation been going on for years this crumbling infrastructure in it it's really jarring for a place like Lebanon where where people are extremely well educated and you know speak multiple languages SO also in recent weeks has been major panic because there's a financial crisis here people couldn't get US dollars out of the banks because Lebanon has one of the highest debt burdens and the world is a major cash crunch and the solutions being offered or simply not sustainable thanks are pleading with Lebanese businessman abroad please come deposit your dollars here giving them very high very unsustainable interest rates and I think the final straw was on Thursday the government announced that they would try to offset their financial crisis by taxing what seven calls and what's up the free service that everyone here uses a lot of really got people riled all right so with people riled what is the Lebanese government doing now well the prime minister has given the government a seventy two hour deadline that ends tonight and he wants them to approve things like slashing government salaries fixing the electricity fixing telecommunications but the protesters we met simply have zero faith that the government will actually follow through take a listen to graphic designer Stephanie saliva relate they've been here for so long we gave them too many chances and they didn't do anything with them and for now to try and do it change in seventy two hours late so they're saying they're not gonna be satisfied until the entire government establishment falls wow and your stainless street in downtown Beirut Daniel thanks you're welcome.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"New episode out today those seventy two hours of receipt it's leave and Israel what really happened one of the stories media refused to report on and also I did a review of a chick fillet mac and cheese the definitive review of their mac and cheese yeah check that out for yourself eat drink smoke iTunes apple podcast write a review give it a five star review subscribe eat drink smoke right there on iTunes go get it if you will The New York Times when Donald Trump is running for president put forth the thesis that we are going to go against our journalistic integrity to save the nation that's that's a true story it reminds me very much of George bush's said we have to go against capitalism to save capitals that's like saying I'm gonna run a marathon by swimming and doesn't work can't work but this is what the New York times did and then when Donald Trump won the election they said okay we're back to journalism now this was absolutely what the New York times did and what they said was also a a host of other media outlets someone down this road and what they said is okay trump one now believe us because we're journalists why should we have believed you for what purpose what we believe you should do we need to play what nonsense and of course for the past two plus years the New York times has been all about collusion collusion collusion yeah right well there was an event that took place and the people the New York times decided that you know what we're gonna move from nothing about Russia to nothing about race they have a goal now to re frame American history this isn't because I say it's this way it's because the New York Times said it's this way they have decided that since the rush of collusion narrative has totally failed it is all about racism the group's late got their hands on leaks audio transcript in the New York times crisis town hall and it discusses this very concept that they're switching gears to all racism all the time Ted Cruz on Twitter there was a time when journalists covered news says the senator from Texas continuing the New York times is given up on even pretending anymore today they are Pravda a propaganda outlet by liberals for liberals these are marks of their town hall are a scandal it would be a firing offense at any real journalistic outlets this is true these are the facts as presented team back I think I think is how you pronounce his name be a Q. U. E. T. I can never pronounce the name is the executive editor of the times in his remarks as quoted here seem to a fault the complaining readers and the world for their failure to understand the times and its duties in the error of trump quote they sometimes want to pretend that he was not elected president but he was elected president and our job is to figure out why and how and told the administration to account if your independent that's what you do well you would do that by actually reporting the news you're not doing that in the coming weeks you'll be assigning some people to new people to politics who can offer different ways of looking at the world will also ask reporters write more deeply about the country race in other divisions I really want your help in navigating the story so you pushed a collusion narrative didn't get what she wanted and so now with eighteen months left election no I K. let's just go all racism all the time trump hate rots the brain and the New York times is rotten no I said this before I'll say it again they're absolutely some good reporters and some really great stories that come out of the New York times that we should celebrate those stories but there can be no celebrating organization and there can no longer be a field to to the organization I've been using the word feel delighted works and so many in so many ways maybe I need to crack open a tough as ours and get some of the words I work on the old gray lady is the standard of journalism bull crap that's over this is what they bank on all the news that's fit to print these are the people who change their headline to a story because represent of a costume Cortez didn't like it all the news that's fit to print all one isn't fit to print if a class of Cortez okay with it they are not the standard anymore for news it's over and we have to break ourselves one of the biggest junkie dependencies out there thinking that with the New York times is actually the paper of record thinking that day offer reporting they do not offer reporting they offer propaganda beginning to end John Harwood over there at NBC and CNBC tweeting out about senator Cruz no that's not what the editor said Jennifer Rubin who claims it conservative from The Washington Post about cruises tweet that's kind of top level crazy from grief from cruise you notice how they did the dismissing Ted Cruz is crazy takers is wrong no facts we have this transcript we have the story we have them in their own words and how to John Harwood and Jennifer Rubin who want to be part of this leaders class you'd think they're part of the Salinas last how do they shame senator Cruz wrong crazy he is not either he is correct any is certainly not crazy a real journalist writes Ted Cruz rather than a propagandist might analyze the transcript see what the others said have a fleeting concerned with journalistic ethics not hardwood we must defend the old gray lady and then of course Cruz links to the actual transcript and says you should read it yourself one of the things they want to do is call the sixteen nineteen project what is that it aims in the keywords in New York times to re frame our country's history understanding sixteen nineteen is our true founding embracing the consequence of slavery the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are sixteen nineteen is one place first came to the to what we call the US that's the start of our country slavery it's not seventeen seventy six it's not seventeen eighty nine six sixteen nineteen everything that every American does is cast in terms of slavery.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On Wednesday seventy two hours he did not two women that stated police say they trace Newman cellphone Newman's attorney Anthony Salerno says his client is quite upset there's a lot of evidence here that has to be closely looked at it this is Newman second reported hit and run in eight weeks the first involved property damage at Oxbridge District Court Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio two democratic congresswoman sharply criticized Israel for denying them entry to the country last week you along Omar and Rasheeda to leave met with reporters today Omar saying Israel's band and suppression of Palestinians are not helpful all of these actions have nothing to do nothing to bring us closer to peace in fact in the do the opposite they maintain the occupation and prevents a solution to the conflict the White House continued its criticism of the two lawmakers religious groups and immigrant rights advocates are marching from Boston to New Hampshire calling for changes in the nation's immigration system here's WBZ's Carl Stevens more than two dozen people on this hot day or walking from Boston to land in over the next several days all the way to Dover New Hampshire a couple of them carry a cardboard coffin representing children they say who died as the result of the current immigration policies Reverend when divine quarter the marble had unitarians church says she wants the democratic presidential candidates to acknowledge this call often claim accountability along with.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The Walmart in it was seventy two hours you know there's something wrong and we need to look at it from a different paradigm I think there are military offensive style weapons American sense of style and I don't feel like we need a fence a military style weapons on the street so that's my two cents well I mean you're you're not the only voice out through the saying that I'm not sure that I agree but more than welcome to say it here with the last minute I've got in this half hour Eric thank you for your patience you're on the air Hey are we don't bill long time listener first time caller I wanted to talk about how I think social media is causing a lot of the shooting I think that because you know social media you you you have everyone else of life laid out in front of you and you just look at it all day and that's what a lot of these kids do it's been on social media I'm just like everyone else of laws that make them feel isolated and lonely I think that's a big reason why a lot of people becomes mass shooters is because that combined with apathy people's lives they just stopped caring and just go out and they want to delete some change in the world they want to be remembered at least a little bit I think that the big part of the reason why people are going out and shoot people well yeah the the quest for fame at any cost has definitely because it's a de de evolution in American society for people whether it's just you know posting everything about everything on Facebook and wanting it to be liked and having all your phony Facebook friends and as you mentioned wanting to go out and and some kind of a blaze of glory some kind of recognition that you are important as a person simply not the way to do it go out and murder a bunch of people food for thought we'll continue to feed you as we continue next on seven hundred W. well this is seven hundred W. L..
"seventy two hours" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"seventy two hours" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"seventy two hours" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Up in involuntary treatment at king county in can get he has doubled in the last ten years our mayor darkened talk to Carmel for news about this last week we know that we have severely underfunded and on unable to deal with people with significant mental health needs and we have to do better is a city county in the state and the numbers are pretty striking for those of us who are cynical about king county I remain that way the county's involuntary treatment team has had about forty seven hundred cases involving more than three thousand people to increase of twenty percent since two thousand fourteen the some of that is I feel we have more of a mentally ill people here but this is also a strikes back against the claim that the city or the county doesn't in fact try to detain these people and this is also fast about forty one percent of people have prior cases de it in in involving these cases of there are a lot of people they see at the same time and by the way the numbers are are kind of surprisingly equal between people who are homeless and also living in stable housing I found that to be you know interesting as well so I guess there's a sign that the county is trying to do something here this such changes that need to be done and I I I don't I I contend is not just money Mike you look closely at this B. the this shouldn't really be all that surprising to to anyone in fact weirdly it's kinda there's evidence of this and that repeat offender report that you have people who do that seventy two hours but then they're kicked out yeah because we don't actually have anything after that seven yeah because it gets them briefly stabilized or at least briefly off the streets and re offending and then back out and that's the problem is is not the seventy two hours is now being remember there's a whole category of those people who would not have gotten out right right it in a system that actually gets you and then puts you into into proper treatment there's a whole bunch of people who are re offending because that's the only way they're going to get help or the only way that we are going to provide help however you choose to characterize it that's what's going on here and I think there needs to be a political will than the political will is really to say and I count jerking in this I count Constantine in this on Insley although he's leading in the polls the run of well now it's it's your present but that that the governor and needs people need to get together say look we cannot have the seventy two hour thing we need to be able to put people away four hundred eighty days a six month course long as it takes all which is constitutionally problematic as long as it takes we need to be able to put people way to get them fixed in on track because you'll find out that some of these people are organically crazy they've been made crazy for constant drug addiction were depression became other things that takes political well that's not a money thing that's a are you willing to say it thing and that's take that takes time and supervision pass that seventy two hours right think is all of our points of we would like to see that that extended in some way but according to the Seattle city municipal mental health course you know that we have one of those of yes is the carpet a failed Charlie awhile so much and it's rather a rather than regular court you go to the mental health and it drops charges yeah and two people who agree to about two years of close monitoring and treatment the problem though lately and this was a from an NPR report at just over the weekend is that there's been less incentive for defendants to go that route because guess what the court losses ability to offer housing as part of the deal and previously that's what they did they offered housing the reason why they don't have the housing program added into it is because they re directed that money back into the larger homelessness effort because people living on the streets also a current problem right now so if you don't have kind of I hate to say holistic in this way but that's kind of what it is is what everyone is looking for a holistic approach to saying what happens after that seventy two hours yeah that's what people are falling through the gap yeah and I mention Charlie to Lyles she was beloved by her family should kids and officers felt that they were forced to shoot her was orderly tragic the cops took a lot of heat on that but it was a mental health court as I recall who when this miss Laos was saying look I think I can turn into will were were off I think my daughter does that she was let go in she was clearly clearly suffering and that made it all the more tragic is now the family suffers without a mother the kids doing the sister is gone and so I look at the mental health courts and they need to be empowered and that too that sometimes people need to go away and sometimes it's the compassionate thing when you are lenient when you should be firm you may one day be cruel when you should become working long verses working smart it's happening there's a lot of companies going to four hour work weeks it's not just in in.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Be for seventy two hours maximum but instead they're spending weeks there and so there's only so much that you can DO when those are the the basic set of facts but it is it a policy to keep temperatures very low cold the temperatures are a matter of policy and it's something that I've asked about so many times I can't tell you over the course of my career right to say you know Hey why don't you just turn the temperature up a couple degrees we've had people calling that detention facilities here let us for years they say the freezing cold when I just turn it up and the answer that I get is sort of Caitlyn how silly that you think changing the temperature would be that simple do you have any idea how much it would cost to turn the temperature up and how difficult that would be for our budget across the entire system they say that they've had officials come in and evaluate facilities and determine what the appropriate temperature is for health and safety and that that's the temperature that border patrol uses and so the temperature that they use they say is one that's vetted and that's proven to be correct and it kind of leaves me up as a loss because as I said you know I've been hearing people complain about this for years and it feels like turning it up one or two degrees really might do something to address it I know that one other factor the Asians consider is the smell these facilities tend to smell really really bad and the smelly even worse when the temperatures are higher because people aren't showering and so their body odor gets worse and I think that's a factor as well in it and we're not talking about your standard issue body odor I mean again it's it's it's emanating.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Had a lot of on a company kids with a lot of family units and under the law once they're apprehended by the border patrol within seventy two hours we have to transfer unaccompanied children to HHS and HHS then puts them in a shelter and they find placement for them somewhere in the United States but during that seventy two hour period when you have you know something that is a multiple like four times what you're accustomed to in the existing infrastructure you've got a you've got to find places quickly to put kids you can't just dump seven year old kids on the streets of of McAllen or or el Paso and so these facilities were corrected and that one was I think a large warehouse and they put the they put those chainlink partitions up so you could segregate young women from young men from you know kids from adults until they were either released or transferred HHS and is a good idea of course not now of course the head so it's still not ideal but it's not being done in some sort of barbaric feeling Willis way I'm you know Tom Holman a well he he said it best when he read this New York times op ed that said but you should publicly shame of people whether they're members of the trump administration are members of border patrol is disgusting I mean I happen to be aroused director the docks me my home address and but AT protesters miles from the sending morning this is ridiculous because whoever wrote this op ed see have never spoken to border patrol agents issued pushing a false and error this is all about more trade ins for tearing children apart and not taking care of children properly I've been there I was bored I was there on the border just a couple years ago more choices are taken sickness home to their own families to take her six children to changing diapers and make informed the border for Justin I signed up for this their fathers mothers sons and daughters in cells are doing a tremendous job they need the respective have respected and then of course they the two network said that just you know slam the president's day in day out morning noon and night they are running with the story about a Facebook group that is now under yeah I guess Facebook is investigating and I do believe that the department of justice is looking at it as well it's a three year old group has a like ten thousand members and they were writing derogatory comments about Latino lawmakers who were going to be visiting the Texas detention facility yesterday call them the I don't even know I guess I could say scum buckets in house that's the words that they used and pro publica I which is a nonprofit organization that actually investigates abuses of power I uncovered the secret Facebook group for current and former border patrol agents where they claim there are jokes about the deaths of migrants they have discussions about throwing burritos at Latin members of Congress visiting the detention facility on Monday and posted a vulgar illustration depicting representative Alexandria because he Cortez engaged in something with somebody in one exchange group members responded with indifference and wise cracks to the post of a news story about a sixteen year old Guatemalan migrant who died in may while in custody created in August of twenty sixteen the Facebook group is called I'm ten fifteen at ten fifteen is border patrols code for aliens in custody the group described itself in an online introduction as a forum for funny and serious discussion about work with the patrol remember you are never alone in this family the introduction said this is the group the border patrol is responsible for policing the southern and the northern boundaries and it's under an enormous amount of pressure right now because this influx of undocumented migrants across our southern border there are about twenty thousand agents and now they're being accused of mistreating children and adults the agency's leadership has been in turmoil a John Sanders resigned last week the acting chief ProPublica received images of several recent discussions in the ten fifteen Facebook group and was able to link the participants in those online conversations to apparently legitimate Facebook profiles belonging to border patrol agents including a supervisor based in el Paso Texas and agent in eagle pass Texas ProPublica has so far been unable to reach the group members who made the postings now the contacted three spokespersons for C. B. P. in regard to this Facebook group and they gave me the names of the three agents who look like they have participated in the online chats they have received any any response yet these comments and memes are extremely troubling Daniel Martinez a sociologist at the university of Arizona in Tucson said they're clearly Xena phobic and sexist the postings in his view reflect what seems to be a pervasive culture of cruelty aid that immigrants within CBP this isn't just a few rogue agents or bad apples now let me explain something to you I know border patrol agents I know probably six currently I do more but many of them left they just couldn't handle it anymore are they never signed on to be social workers and baby sitters or anything like that and they they're overwhelmed they left but I know six of five for sure and one news like considering retiring and they're the most decent people thank you will ever find the patriots they signed on to protect this nation and many of them are frustrated and yes many of them have probably found areas in which they can just let off steam I'm sure and I don't like it I think there should be a you know disciplinary actions taken of some kind if active border patrol agents are using this as a means of of of just being awful and saying awful things however I live in a country where you're free to say awful things it'll get fired for saying awful things you don't get docks publicly shamed for saying awful things yeah I got a I don't know of a restaurant writing an op ed in a major do you Merrick in publication saying that if you work for the trump administration or if you're a relative of Donald Trump don't go out to eat you're not allowed to go out to eat you have to stay home but an agent who might be on a Facebook page which really is not open for you know no I I don't belong to this Facebook wait I don't know it exists making some on I'd appeasing up well awful comments is a memorable comment how is that the same as spitting in the face of Eric trump which by the way was applauded in that editorial they have a whole set of rules for themselves and then this whole other set of rules for anybody who doesn't agree with them and I'm sick of it I'm sick of all this you know or well Ian speech yadda Elizabeth Warren up there talking about lack necks there's a lack necks that's some new found B. S. so that you have a gender neutral terms instead of saying Latino or Latina no slack necks well I'm a Latina I'm not a lack necks yeah this this changing the language this is or well this is what they do they turn any word into a I negative if they don't agree with that and they create their own language I'll be damned if I'm going to sign on to calling people who happened to be a sabbatical lack necks crazy I and we don't fight back that's the problem yeah and TiVo puts on black hoods and goes and punches ending to go in the face throws a milkshake Adam was cemented it leaves him bleeding while the police just stand there and watch and that's okay with the left there would journalists on the internet for the last two days say now that's okay then you shouldn't follow anti for around and try to film them if their truck don't eat out if you're a journalist all follow the story but if you're a congresswoman and you want to go to the border patrol facilities and then slam and insult those very same people who are protecting this nation and it really protecting those those illegal aliens as well that's okay that's okay because he'll quit as a Democrat from queens compared border patrol facilities to **** concentration camps now I want you to remember this what I want you to remember this yeah and the Escobar the the Veronica Escobar the representative from Texas they went there for a photo op you know I had to listen for the last two days trump was checking is will give us a photo op at the photo this was a photo op and I am I am convinced that this ProPublica story that aired was a concerted effort on the part of people to make it impossible for anybody to stay in the in the customs and border patrol now you can go out to eat now your information is what gonna be given out the people going to show up at your house see the left thinks that's fine well I think that's a that's okay but if you break the law come into this country you ought to be allowed.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Affordable housing crisis in California. That's being felt especially acutely in the San Francisco Bay area. Jim what's happening? Well, I mean, Gordon, it's crazy. It's there's actually some really old yuks. There's old sailboats are there, some big sixty feet long as others? Like thirteen feet, they usually have rowboats and they're out there on the water and in storms Turner road or sore. And there's been people drowned there the sanitation issues because there's no obviously bathroom facilities out their garbage in the amazing part of this whole story is, is this bay is surrounded by some of the most expensive homes in the world. So that's really the juxtaposition, goodness. And I presume there are some nicer boats that are getting banged into on occasion by some of these more setups. Absolutely. There's, there's some really exclusive marinas all around the area sausalito Tiburon and you see these wicked e boats kind of like how the third world right next to you multi-million-dollar yacht. So, yeah, that's an issue as well. And the most will come in the people will take water from the marina, they jumped their trash there. So it's, it's, it's really an issue, what kind of rules are in place here regarding any of this. Well, that's kind of the amazing part about this is that there's actually a law that you also has to be, you know, camped out on your boat in places like San Francisco Bay for more than seventy two hours. The problem is enforcement some parts of the bay enforce it Oakland Alameda, Redwood City they've all done crackdowns, and as they've done that they've pushed these boats out to sausalito and Belvedere that area and, and, and that agency has taken a different approach. They're much more gentle approach. They wanna work with the voters. They know that have enough place to go. So, and that's really Furet into a lot of the residents speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter, Jim Carlton about his story entitled housing in San Francisco is so expensive. Some people live on boats. So discouraged, the rules, I mean. Can you in theory just pull up anchor and floats, a one hundred yards away and reset anchor, and they're, they're, you're seventy two hour clock starts all over? Well, exactly. He put your finger on the on the button. It's a it's a legal gray area. And so, yeah, you could do that one of the big issues here for the people that live in, you know, homes on the waterfront is that these boats are they have their anchors in the mud? But a lot of these homeless people don't really know much about boating, and so and the Pacific storms that happen everyone. They will break free and, and just go floating towards the dock of a home and say, Belvedere and crash into the there's one homeowner I talked to him Belvedere, who has been crashed into sixteen times in the last nineteen years, like every year, he gets crushed into by boats credible, Wall Street Journal reporter, Jim Carlton, six minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. May not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain,.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on KTRH
"The United States within seventy two hours. And this is something that I think people need to understand when nuclear wars happened. We always say we'll better them than us. Well, no. There's the radiation. The the aftermath the fallout you have to figure weather patterns in here. You gotta think, you know, do you really want nuclear winter? I don't want nuclear winter. But see that's the thing is that when I said that they were fighting, and there was a skirmish. They've been having three wars since nineteen forty seven. Now, they are loaded with nukes. They have said, hey, we'll put them on the table. If we have to stop this. And right now, President Trump is working with Kim Jong UN we're trying to get the peace stuff going on with that. And but he's got to come home to more scandals and more problems when he could be out trying to even bring some sort of a peace agreement between India and Pakistan, and of course, got Saudi Arabia and Israel involved because you know, they're all supplying weapons, and we have China lingering in the background is an ally. This is where you start you start with a small war, and it it just gets bigger and bigger and bigger right now, China's not paying attention to it, which okay, that's good. We're in the clear. There. But we don't know how long this will go before somebody else decides that they want to throw their hand into this war. Let's go to Jerry in Kansas. Hi, Jerry, you're on ground zero. Hey, thanks for taking my call. But we look a history or conspiratorial world. We tend to think of the powers to be as being a solidified in a group or an individual, Mr. burns. Excellent. And what we can come from history. Not so much is individuals. That are consumed with power control, your schisms among each other. And we like I won't say like to think we find a strange sort of security and thinking, maybe they're in control. And we're looking at the deal with India. We have historically deep and long religious traditions. You mentioned Pakistan ISI intelligence services. Can you say CIA connections? We have leftover mujahedeen conveys regents Kissinger. And we have people who have stirred things beyond party control. And it's they're not in control. And I can't you know what? Yeah. I know what you're trying to say. I remember I had a conversation wants who was it. It was. Oh, my God seem a press. Ron I was having a conversation with. Yeah. Thomas. What? I'm sorry. I didn't hear you Ron. I'm sorry. Yeah. Ken thomas? I'm sorry. I drew a blank on his name. Conversation with Ken Thomas St. steam, shovel press, and we were we were discussing the octopus. We were saying tentacles are everywhere and everybody's influenced by the octopus. And he made this comment. That was really creepy says what if we find out the octopus has no head. When people are like doing this. And they're doing it because they're just evil bastards. And that's the that's the whole point. You know, the reason why it is happening is because maybe we have so many psychopaths in power so many psychopaths guarding the country, and we love them because they're hired murderers. And and in the process, you know, they'll get gun happy and shooting happy, and they could wipe out a whole civilization. Like, you say two point five million people dead because a nuclear bomb goes up, then we're all affected with the radiation here in the United States. And so when people get on the internet and say, well, who cares? Kill each other. Okay. We'll let them kill each other. We'll see what Israel and Saudi Arabia to say about that. And we'll see what that radiation cloud has to say about that. Probably the boys from serving thing. Good news and bad news. Well, actually, just bad news. We do. Yeah. We'd rocket fuel through the hall. Now. What are we going to do with it? I mean in the scariest thing with in this historic flashback ninety six you talked about he weeks go with with no eight lunch, the rocket right in Russia's sitting with the nucleus footballs. I think what three generals right, and they could lost any time and Pakistan. India do not have the sophistication to discern incoming missiles. Boulter you see something flying. It's a they detect data hair-trigger, boom. And that's the thing. Somebody needs to somehow step in and deescalate the situation because they're already bunkering up. And then we have Ladimir Putin into the mix going, well, we're going to bomb the Pentagon and Camp, David. Our target. So we're gonna use if we we'd attack the United States. Well, that's nice. And I don't know how much prevalent that says one and did Jabba still in power in Iran member the the Mahdi. Yeah, we want to bring in your smoke. It says, I don't know. I I think the Americans are so caught up in their comfortable little play. They're doing with this whole Miller investigation and Cohen Cohen testimony. I I really don't think it matters anymore. What matters is what's going on in Pakistan? India right now, and how that may change the way a may change our attitudes about what's going on in those areas of the world for a long time that as a society how we deal with trauma. I mean, go back to nineteen seventies. The the big I didn't type movies with targets for an old. And we go to the theater, and we watch horrific things in full force on the screen, and then we come outside, and we looked up and down the street and things are okay. And we we believe as long as we can externalize fears and world unreality come back to our quote reality. Whatever that is right. And it's not there, and we become so there's so many factors Trump fatigue, Nusa, Teague, mistrust, etc. We become so numb they put all that together. And we're just. Confused and tired, and it's like people who call me say, I don't think anything's going to happen. I don't think there's going to be anger the United States. If Trump is impeached. I don't think there's giving anger. They find out that this is a nothing burger. And I'm like saying do I mean, what have we been having happened? This is the time that things are plotted by the time the sun comes out and everything's nice and warm and toasty you can bet that those people are going to be out there causing trouble in the streets. And that's what they're doing is. They're timing this. So they can release their time where people who have been plotting on his time could carry out their nefarious activities. Yeah. And like, I say, I think behind the scenes you have this cooperation than we have plans with fans, but we'll wheels. You're right. And they want to think that, you know, the the they have timelines twenty thirty twenty twenty and they look at the white papers from different organizations, you know, that you'll find those a print would then we have all Kino's comets, are you serious? And you have to wonder if these and they have free knowledge in his new bureau type space thing coming in the Arctic celebrating things so they can be in control. I'd things things go out of control. Right. And once again, you're you're right. They desensitizes in the movie theater. So when we walk out, we realize oh, things aren't so bad. Look what's happening in movies right now. But it's four structuring. It's always been poor structuring. That's why people running back and saying you notice the twin towers were blowing up in this movie, you notice it was on the Simpsons because we remember and reflect back to the four structuring that we're now in the middle of David in California, you're on ground zero. Yeah. All right. Couple of different things sub. Do you? Remember who? Lord Mountbatten is. Yeah. I do the whole issue of Kashmir was in -ticipant. I'm guessing seventy five years ago, but it might have been as much as you know, eighty or something like that. But when the British were forced they were basically kicked out of out of the Middle East. You remember, of course, seventeen seventy six all of these kings were still claiming colonies. Well, it was in the early nineteen hundreds that the British were kicked out and they had the goal to make maps of the new countries. The new countries couldn't decide their own boundaries, the oil companies did and Lord Mountbatten. And when it came to draw the lines for the cashmere. Which is an area. They intentionally gave one to the British or to the Indians. And they gave another map to the Pakistanis. I think they were called east. Trying to think what there was an east and west Pakistan, and there was India, and they gave different maps to each country, and then the British monarchs and aristocrats laughed in their sleeves. Well, you know for eighty years these countries have thought over the Kashmir who owns what line, well, the British or the ones that that this up, and and what's actually worse right now if you knew about the Saudi Arabians, they were a bunch of pirates Mark Twain, basically wrote about how if you were going to try to go to mecca or go. Visit the Middle East a hundred years ago, you had to watch out for the pirates, and that's who the Saudis are and the British needed some strong arm thugs types to become kings and keep their oil reserves in place. So the British were the ones. That gave the title king to the Saudi family that are in power today. So we can go to the British as being the instigators to something that should not be happening. And as a matter of fact, you you may.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Just days after Virginia's governor came under fire for a racist photo when his nineteen Eighty-four yearbook. The state's attorney general has some explaining to do CBS this Hillary lane reports Virginia attorney, general, Mark herring. Admits he put on Brown makeup to dress up as a rapper when he was in college in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s in a statement herring wrote that conduct clearly shows that as a young man, I had a callous an inexcusable lack of awareness and insensitivity to the pain. My behavior could inflict on others. Senator Elizabeth Warren is answering criticism about identifying herself as a native American in nineteen Eighty-six Texas bar application. She says her family often spoke about their native heritage by really is an important distinction of tribal citizenship. I am not a member of a tribe, and I have apologized for not being more. More sensitive to that distinction. A house committee is looking into whether President Trump or his family had been influenced by money or a foreign country hypocrite, Adam Schiff who heads the house intelligence committee says his panel will now look into the president's personal financial dealings, the American people have a right to know, indeed have a need to know that their president is acting on their behalf and not for some pecuniary or other reason President Trump who last night blasted what he called ridiculous partisan investigations says shift has no basis to investigate his finances. He's just a political hack. There would be no reason to do that. Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House, some Washington state lawmakers say giving homeless people seventy two hours to clear out of camps is too long Senate transportation committee chair Steve Hobbs says he saw a tent nearly blow onto I five Jason Johnson. With Seattle human services says they need the time active work that happens during that seventy two hour. Jason's let let's say I saw that ten. What if it hit a van full of kids ops with the city and state to clear up the camps? More quickly cold weather is blamed for the death of a homeless woman. The Jefferson County coroner tells the port Townsend leader a fifty six year old woman was found inside a tent call to the touch a twenty four hour homeless shelter is open in that area. Time for KIRO radio realtime traffic, here's Tracy Taylor. So I was just looking at some of the real time travel times are Bellevue to averittdrivers sitting at.
"seventy two hours" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"And welcome to misinformation a trivia podcast for ladies and gents who have cool trivia and sticking it to anoint teams at pub quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren, and I'm Julia jewel high Lord. Hi, I barely made it here fairly like house. Yes, I had not left my house in seventy two hours because of the snow and the cold. It was two degrees listening, and I finally bottled up put my Russian hat on made of real Kepa barrel or whatever. What is it? Sewer rats rat won the giant rat, something tria. Oh, gosh. Yeah. Yes. But yeah, I got here. And then I couldn't find a parking spot. And then I finally like like drove piles. Yeah. Yeah. Nutria? That's it the nutrients made of nutria, which is the giant rat. It's not though, I think it's fake. So I made it here because I'm committed to the might ask if you are lucky enough to to not live in and you you didn't get twenty two inches of snow this weekend. I mean, we weren't the only ones man it was very cold in a lot of places yet. I think upstate New York. The brunt of it. Absolutely buffalo just got socked. Yeah. As per Yash. I it took me about two hours to dig my car out of its parking space, and then I refuse to leave for the rest of the day because I put two hours of digging out that parking space. Yeah. You cannot Abro just swoop it and take it. No. That's not how that works. And I was like, well, if I really truly had to leave I would like put some lawn furniture, the parking space, and then guide the car dealership today was like I wouldn't pay attention that I just drive right over at Rochester. Valley does not respect the lawn chair larger. Larcher? Hold the same way that Pittsburgh does. Well, what you should do is just have Josh bundle up spread eagle in the middle of the parking spot because they're not gonna hit a human person. Well, that's a felony. Melanie, no matter who you are. So there's that I hope all of you are staying safe in warm, and that no one got hurt or cold to cold or lost any limbs or digits because it's it's bad out there, folks, it's real bad. So on a on a better noting. We're going to I'm going to get we're gonna get warm Berga. We're gonna warm ourselves right on the on the warm fire on the hot flames of knowledge, and we're going to get. Did you love that transition hot flames of knowledge? Yes. The what I'm gonna call this one. So this is what are you some kinda Rembrandt part four Picassos hot flames of knowledge..
"seventy two hours" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Now. Covington Catholic high school students will return to class today after the school was closed yesterday because of security. Concerns? Getting county's prosecutor says that the viral videos made Washington over the weekend has led to several threats. Seventy two hours been a whirlwind fatally, we've had a number of different of physical violence against individuals students. We had the red violent Covington Catholic high school. It's a very fluid situation. It doesn't seem to be dying down at all. That's rob Sanders. The incident during the March for life rally this past weekend is now being investigated by third party against school will be open today with extra security present. Cincinnati public schools will be holding a groundbreaking ceremony this morning as construction begins on the new star Joel stadium school board member. Mike Morowski says the district is excited about this new stadium. It's going to be a bigger stadium a nicer stadium. More storage, data, the art workout equipment and things of that nature. So all in all it'll be nicer bigger better for the teams play out of it groundbreaking is set for nine AM at Taft high school. The public is invited to attend construction of the stadium is scheduled to be completed by this fall in time for football season moving forward with the next phase of construction on the Watson way trail, it's an anti mayor. John cranley says the end of phase two of the Watson way bike trail project. Should be ready this October with work on it expected to begin this summer it will extend the trail from tamarack avenue in Hyde Park crossing I seventy one and ending at Montgomery road in Evanston phase twos. Estimated about three million dollars a combination of federal state and city funding finishing phase two would make the path more than a mile long. But the mayor says the overall plan is for the Watson way trail to run for seven miles, Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl WBZ,.