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Families Recount Trauma at Sentencing for School Shooter

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Families Recount Trauma at Sentencing for School Shooter

"The Colorado school shooter who was eighteen at the time of his crimes has been sentenced for Colorado high school student Devin Erickson is been sentenced to life without parole he was convicted of killing a teenager and injuring eight others at the Denver area stem school highlands ranch in twenty nineteen partnering with another student in an attack on a classroom of high school seniors watching a movie where hand cuffs red white striped prison suit and a blue mask Ericsson displayed virtually no emotion except for blowing his nose into the mask after his sentencing victims and families give emotional testimony on Friday about the lasting trauma from the shooting judge Theresa Michelle Slade told the defendant he had shown no remorse and failed to help a devastated community understand his actions I'm Jennifer king

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"slade" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"slade" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Slade. Look at backup tonight. 25 the Southeast Quadrant this morning. Why you ought to avoid that section of the perimeter highway for the time being in less than three minutes. That's 6 39 WSB temperature's 50. Chicago Police released Body Cam Video of the fatal officer involved shooting of a 13 year old boy. The officer chased Adam too late, Oh, down a dark alley in late March and shot him in the chest after he appeared to turn around with his hands on. The family attorney says there was no reason for the officer to open fire is not relevant because he tossed the gun. If he had a gun, he tossed it. Chicago's mayor stresses calm during the investigation are fewer protesters hit the streets overnight in Brooklyn center, Minnesota after the police officer who fatally shot Dante right, is charged with second degree manslaughter, writes. Mother says Justice may never be served. I do want accountability. Even then, when that happens, if that even happens, we're still going to bury our son. Officer Kim Potter's out on bond could get 10 years if convicted, she claims she mistook her gun for her Taser. The mayor of Stone Crest denies allegations that his city misused more than $6 million in covert relief funds with possible kickback schemes. Money was distributed the best way it could be. Jason Larry also criticizes a change in the city charter, stripping him of most of his duties. He tells Channel two action news. He's taking time away from City Hall for cancer treatment. But he has no plans to resign in high school's baseball team will play this weekend at the home of the Braves after their fields destroyed by last month's tornado. You know God does from amazing things, and this fulfills some kid's life, Long dreams, So it's gonna be fun from the terrible tornado to something terrific Brian Morgan with the Fellowship of Christian athletes, the character coach here for the noon in baseball team. Tells me Saturday's opportunity to play it truest is a dream come true for this team and for these kids is born man that grew up Brace Man. They had a Tomahawk and then the chop all their life. So I'm excited for our kids in Newnan, Robin Walensky 95.5 ws Speed has produced time. 6 41..

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How Much Snow Did You Get? Get The Latest Snow Report For The New York Area

Mark Simone

01:20 min | 8 months ago

How Much Snow Did You Get? Get The Latest Snow Report For The New York Area

"A white Christmas on February, 1st be my guest with that in mind. We welcome back meteorologist. From the weather Channel Kin Boone and last can when and where will you start going toe, see more of a change over or makes from pure snow in the tri state area toe, maybe some freezing rain. Yes, we could see that tonight. In fact, out across eastern Long Island, we are seeing some rain and sleet mix in on as we head through the overnight hours. We have a window between now and about 2 A.m., where I think we do have the potential for some Slade or even some freezing rain to make Sam precipitation will be very light. So it's not like we're looking at a major icing event it all but Certainly we could see that mixed in, but it'll go back to snow. Azzawi approach daybreak and then it'll be mostly snow with us on into tomorrow afternoon before it finally tapers off just a few intermittent snow showers. As we have through the afternoon hours, we could still see another 2 to 4 inches of snow in and around the five boroughs, and that will put our snow totals with this storm anywhere between 15 and 20 inches by the time all is said and done, hire snow totals out across North Jersey and lower Hudson Valley. Windy conditions overnight winds could gust of times of over 45 MPH in spots of certainly won't want to be careful with that wind shields as well as the possibility. Some power outages and watch the coastal flooding. We do have coastal flood warnings and advisories in effect overnight as well. So do not put to

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Los Angeles PD Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team

Dark Secret Place

02:48 min | 10 months ago

Los Angeles PD Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team

"See burglary is at granada hills the residents of da. Jackie lacey and wait. Wanted me to try it. I hate doing this on the air. I gotta tell you. I don't know how to bring the phone up on there. Can you bring them up. We got him on hold. We'll get a minute second. Oh well. I mean we'll get right now okay. He's calling now. we got to. Don't talk to him now. can you bring up. let let's try real quick Hey brian how you doing pal. You are and granada hills. Jackie lacey's residents right. Yeah right down the street. yeah so So here's here's what i found out. I was able to as a crime spree or many crime spree in palmdale a carjacking crime spree. Looks like a couple of people presumably two guys Were stealing cars and making their way down and ended up in granada hills. Now the only missing piece of this puzzle is how a member of jackie lacey's security detail in led investigator and then. That's not absolutely yet. That was an assumption made by another outlet but they are reporting that it would appear that a member of security detail somehow intervening And there was a carjacking was happening down the street from here and the individuals crashed the car. They were was as they were trying to get away. So let me rewind the so this is just a i guess. A random thing that that originated in beyond bill and it just happened to to end in granada hills real. Yes yes it has. From what i'm told now by two different agencies. That has nothing to do with jackie. Lacey or associated. Jackie lacey. this is just merely a date was characterized me and say mini crime spree that started earlier today and ended in granada hills with With a crash of a vehicle As they were trying to get away. Yeah probably not gonna get a lot of sympathy from the prosecutors Disturbing the the county slade though. There's a new regime coming jerk stoned. Well well so are their arrest in chaps in custody and the whole deal What we're told us the two individuals got away so there does so the way this breaks down is since it started in palmdale so the. La county sheriff's department will investigate that component of it but then lapd's robbery homicide division as we refer to it as hd is investigating the officer involved shooting since da investigator opened fire in la granada hills in the city of los angeles. Yeah right so they're going to investigate that component of it. But i'm told that it's also very likely that because of the scope of it. The county sheriff's department. We'll probably take over. The whole thing

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Stephen .M. Smith and the Iron Bowl

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:27 min | 10 months ago

Stephen .M. Smith and the Iron Bowl

"Stephen smith welcome back from touchdown. Alabama stephen amit always good to see you and great to have you on the program. So it's the week of the iron bowl you've been high on the tide. Since the first time we talked during the summer. let's start with mag jones because you told us. He was different than that was before the public. In the heisman voters fell in love with him. Absolutely i mean. The young man has been battle tested poise and career. I remember him in the us. Freshmen in two thousand seventeen with the scout team out there throwing bombs and of course coach saban told him stop throwing the ball deep all the time. King looks at cope sabres coach. Tell your defense a check me there so you got a guy with that type about and that type of confidence even check his own coach. Nick sabin that you got yourself a quarterback that can really do some special things. So i knew from mack. Jones the freshman that he was poised to this moment but also seeing the growth that he's made targeted stephen m. smith who stephen m. seems like every every aspect of alabama has gotten better the one that has surprised when people is the is the defense. Because after the ole miss game i i wasn't sure that p golden should be buying green bananas. But what's happened on that side of the ball. The main thing is coke. Sabin and pete goading have done a great job. Simplifying things on times player stink too much. You think about my job and is my teammate. Doing his job. It's the guy in front of me. The guy behind me the guy next to me doing their job. And when you're thinking about so many things of your job is and training your is to be district where confusion comes in so nick. Saban has always been one to say. Do your job and the rest will take care of itself. So she and goading been a great june above of simplifying. The game plan players have done their job. You're seeing more pressure on defense guys stopping the run better. More turnovers created a the big thing here. Paul is essentially omits game. You've looked eleven. Shutout quarters football alabama including a complete game shutout of mississippi state and the team is getting off the theater on third down so a better job of simplifying the game plan and players. You know being concerned about doing their job correctly. It's interesting. we haven't really heard much in the aftermath of jason water when he went down some of the pundits. I remember somebody. Espn said alabama was done. They had no chance of winning the national championship. How has that been dealt with on the team. Because it doesn't seem like and i realized alabama has played a top five team Yet they will seem like they've done quite well without him. I remember a conversation. I had with john. Michie paul about you know. How do you feel. Avoid behind by waddell. He's a one type player. Barry explosive guy would. He got hurt against the volunteers. You heard coach. Sabe say you know. I hurt for college football. Not the fact that saving hearts for alabama. I'm sure he pretty much does but he hurts for college. Football due to people enjoy seeing james waddell on the field. He's fast he's a bottle he's gone. He's energetic he's explosive. He's highly entertaining. Obama has found ways to work. Around this. you've seen slade. Boden return be on kickoffs. Of course he got a twisted ankle against kentucky alabama monitoring jam all week and practice. He should be able to go this week. But we'll see what happens We have seen devante. Smith retiring ponts against kentucky patrick satanic. A second has also field in that role a little bit so save has put he and different guys and that special teams role to try to you know. Fill that void but it's worked out for the most part. It is difficult trying to find that guy that can do know what j. waddell does

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The History And Legacy Of Tulsa Race Massacre

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

The History And Legacy Of Tulsa Race Massacre

"Live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm doing police I. cal tell there are mass demonstrations across the country at this hour to commemorate this day one hundred fifty five years ago one word that slavery had ended finally reached African American slaves in Texas two years after the Emancipation Proclamation representative Karen bass a Democrat from California says Juneteenth should be a national holiday because too many Americans know too little about the country's history they have no idea of the brutality of slavery they have no idea what happened after slavery in the fact that people really weren't free they were incarcerated in Slade over and over again and so Juneteenth a national holiday would be a time for us to come to grips with our history to learn more about it bass who is also chair of the congressional black caucuses Juneteenth helps Americans understand the oppression that has

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"slade" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"slade" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You need to go with Scott Slade at seven fifty in the spring of today on some of the latest official information this morning so far the shelter in place orders remain as the word from the briefing yesterday governor Brian can't not mention anything about the shelter in place orders expiring on Thursday night that'll still take place to shelter in place for the medically fragile remains in place through may thirteenth the Georgia department of public health reports one thousand thirty eight deaths twenty four thousand three or twenty five confirmed coronavirus cases that's a survival rate of ninety six percent it is George begins to reopen for business WSP is bill K. at your reports better testing will help move the process along governor Brian Kemp says expansion of testing is key in the fight against carbon nineteen the governor says the state is move from forty second of thirty six in the country for testing but he says more needs to be done he's calling on anyone experiencing symptoms of the virus to get tested president's goal is for each state to test two percent of its population in Georgia that would mean over two hundred thousand people each month so far the number of coronavirus test we've had since the beginning of the pandemic is right at one hundred twenty seven thousand WSP used time is seven sixteen the first day restaurants reopened dine in service to Georgia Thomas bush takes himself to wild wing cafe Columbus lady took my temperature when I went in and they all had on their mass he says he was seated far apart from other diners which Clark of C. N. S. restaurant group in Atlanta tells WSB they're taking every precaution have all the sanitation stuff we have all them as we have at the moment he's also reducing seating beyond the governor's mandate to Georgia plies for nearly a half billion dollars in federal subsidies for public schools the state gets wide latitude and spending that money it can use it to plug budget holes Georgia budget and policy institute warns the state may face up to a four billion dollar budget shortfall due to corona virus the state legislature has yet to finalize the budget after returning in the pandemic president trump urges governors to reopen schools making the case that younger Americans are less threatened by the corona virus young people seem to do very well president trump is urging states to get kids back to class I think you'll see a lot of schools open up publicly urging governors to make the choice in coming week of USPS Jamie Dupree says the president does not address the risk that kids could come home and infect parents and grandparents some interest pull systems choose to end the school year in early to mid may weeks into the pandemic T. P. is still in short supply Georgia Pacific the company behind brands like angel softened quilted northern says demand for toilet paper has increased by forty percent and they're working as fast as they can to keep up ABC's Kenneth Moton says hand sanitizer maybe scare still summer key ingredients come from China George kids fighting cancer look forward to summer camp all year.

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Google Cleans Coronavirus Misinformation on Search, YouTube

Bloomberg Businessweek

04:47 min | 1 year ago

Google Cleans Coronavirus Misinformation on Search, YouTube

"All those results coming back in an age where information is that much more important special it comes people's health Google taking some different steps geared to think co wrote a really good story that both Carol and I really love going to this morning Dr Google scrubs coronavirus misinformation cigarette on search and YouTube or it's here with us November interactive brokers studio nice reporting on this and a little bit of a surprise it feels like at least to be folks who are following it as closely as your help us understand what Google's doing yeah I mean I mean we've had a lot of controversy in the last few years about you know essentially things whether Slade school shootings or terrorism or anti VAX hoaxes that kind of thing showing up on Google showing up on Facebook on Twitter on YouTube and at this you know those conversations I've kind of been going on you know I'm very intense way over the last couple years and when it comes to crown of ours for seeing Google really lock things down in a way that they've kind of been hesitant to in the past of course you know they do respond to some of those other issues mostly by just putting news results from mainstream news organizations at the top of a you tube results in particular but when it comes to crime virus on Google search if you search on your phone or even on your desktop the first six or seven results will all be very official will link to the CDC will link to news reports or to the W. H. O. itself and so I mean I think they're just very careful about us being seen as not doing enough being seen as spreading misinformation and they're really trying to lock it down whatever way they can why and I I don't know whether it's because Google you know has been looking to maybe be a bigger player in the health care industry and so this is right up their alley they wanna make sure they get it right like what's different verses some other situations where there's been a lot of misinformation on their site yeah I mean I think we're in sort of a very particular political situation where Google is very concerned about the stuff obviously you know more than so than than some of the other maybe the U. S. specific political controversies that kind of criticism for in the past but I do think you're right I think what's interesting is it says okay well say you know this does sort of and at some point in this this virus comes under control what then where does Google go from that because the doctor Google criticism is been there for a while the people have been googling their symptoms instead of talking to a doctor or really figuring things out on their own especially in the U. S. for people are sometimes hesitant if they don't have health insurance to go to a doctor and so I think you know we hasn't you know sourcing saying that Google is looking more and more at stepping up some of the ways that they provide health information search that is different than how they provide other kinds of info well and you have to imagine that given the power and the influence of Google maybe as Google goes so goes at least the more responsible corners of the internet or is that is that me being overly optimistic yeah I mean and and it goes back to that conversation of you know if we really want to zoom back and say you know Google has a lot of power of the internet down they always say you know our algorithms are neutral word we're not here to pick and choose winners but that's exactly what they do and you know it's good if they want to focus on sort of quality of content and that kind of thing but at the end of the day decisions that are made by engineers in secret at Google do have huge ramifications for the internet and the kind of information that people find and that lives and dies well because as you sort of alluded to when we've learned this about artificial intelligence so much of what you get on the back end depends on what goes into the front and sort of essentially how the computers are taught not to be too conservative listing about it right yeah and and I think you know Google is is obviously very sensitive about this I mean they don't want to be seen as sort of deleting things from the end right or you know censoring things on the internet they're very sensitive about it they they do talk about a lot and and I trust that they really do take these things seriously but it shows that in a moment of crisis when they sort of step in in this very kind of heavy handed way it does say well where else could they do this but again they're doing this it's not like people individuals reading through and picking out what's right or what's wrong or what seems to be questionable information about the virus minutes algorithms that are picking up on words and so forth is that he actually mean algorithms are still deaf and at least the ones really making the majority decisions obviously there's so much info on the internet you can go piece by piece but they do look at you two videos like a flag there are humans that look at those things and physically take them down and you know when it comes to deciding without a CDC link is going to go at the top of Google search that isn't an individual a leader a couple making that says Hey this reminds me of our conversation Kathy would yesterday RK you know investment that you know when there's volatility and market disruptions that leads to innovation and maybe better ways of doing it you do wonder whether we can on the other side of that Google kind of get something out of this that they can apply more broadly to stuff that's on their website I guess

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Could John Bolton be an impeachment game-changer?

Mark Levin

04:06 min | 1 year ago

Could John Bolton be an impeachment game-changer?

"To this it's a game changer cut five go tell me what your thoughts are and if you had a chance more importantly to speak to your colleagues as things have really been stirred up here and scrambled to witnesses I think this is a game changer because I sat there and listened to the president's lawyers and this weekend and their whole case was this didn't happen basically this didn't happen look at they read out of but it didn't happen what happened what happened you any at all no you don't understand she's smart when she's not abusing her staff I mean she's one of the the women of non color endorsed by the New York times editorial page is going to be good she was a doors with the other woman of non color all my goodness well then how dare you question her the game changer because apparently gordinier times trump did in fact do what they say he didn't do and what did they say he didn't do treason bribery other high crimes and misdemeanors including quid pro quo but there wasn't a quid pro quo it never happened but it's a game changer what's a game changer this whole thing is sympathetic go ahead and now you have the national security adviser the gate keeper and all the information basically saying they did happen me tell you something lady if you ever present the United States in your national security adviser to chief of staff thank god for bid if you ever are by the way your light weight but just imagine you think they're gonna let their NSA then the security adviser the chief of staff to see what you think they're going to let these these people just testified before Congress **** nilly no did Obama now did Clint didn't know but listen now they talk like morons to one another Hey Dana bash in any clubs here no I had and how they're going to vote on I don't know how they denied the American public the truth how they came to me Slade in a second you're not voting on impeachment this you understand how the constitution works Mister producer it's a trial you're voting on infection or innocence you're not voting on impeachment not go ahead go ahead we called involvement to testify eve got Susan Collins now saying it's tell me something genius why didn't the Democrats who control the house call both the test of why did they force the issue well let and this is where they they lose it and this is where the media let him go well you see it would take too long to make take pretty much we didn't have time for that we got to get rid of them well how does that change in the Senate the Senate I don't know I we need it go ahead I met Ronnie already saying the Bolton chin testify so now we have Democrats left wing Democrat she's no moderate centrist now with these left wing cook Democrats running for president quoting Susan Collins and Mitt Romney quoting I could never vote for Susan Collins of Maine I know what you're thinking up their look it's called what he wanted to here's the thing I can't stand her she's a front Mitt Romney Utah I can never vote for Mitt Romney another front another fraught utterly unprincipled look you don't have to be a an ideological conservative although from Utah I don't understand why the main maybe not but but you have to be a two million I can't vote for chameleon I will like to millions but that said that Cheney club but you're quoting Mitt Romney and Susan

Stocks slide on fears of the deadly virus in China

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Stocks slide on fears of the deadly virus in China

"Stocks pulled back a little bit yesterday on the record apples or Tuesday by the way and again some of the concerns yesterday seem to be coming out of our borders report from the centers of disease control that that a traveler from China was diagnosed with the first case of this corolla virus and he's in Seattle is at a hospital is in isolation he's in his thirties very healthy strong they don't think it's going to be an issue they think the odds of it spreading from this particular case are very very slim apparently as an adult a lot of our contact but none the less there was some concern about that because markets invasion our two thousand and three again in their envisioning what happened to the markets the markets county got beat up and clobbered a little bit over the sars virus back in two thousand and two thousand three and of course our traders are reminiscing and thinking about that so The Dallas laid a half of one percent the S. and P. Slade just point three less than half of one percent nasdaq down barely just barely

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Australia bushfires: second Victorian firefighter dies bringing human death toll to 28

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Australia bushfires: second Victorian firefighter dies bringing human death toll to 28

"And other firefighters died fighting Australia's devastating bushfires. NPR's Jason Building in in Sydney says a fatality brings a human death toll in the current fire season in Australia. To twenty-eight Bill Slade is the latest firefighter loses life in the devastating getting blazes. The sixty year old was killed while battling a fire in the southeastern state of Victoria when a tree fell in this vehicle another fiery as volunteers were called was killed in the state on January January. Third Australia's being hit with its worst bushfire season in decades millions of acres have been torched thousands of homes lost in dozens of blazes continue to rage aged out of control in three states. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is considering establishing a Royal Commission to investigate why the fires have been so bad this year and to look at the role of climate change and the exacerbating the crisis. Two Thousand Nineteen was the hottest driest year on record in Australia. Jason Bobi on. NPR News

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Pickens leads No. 5 Georgia past No. 8 Baylor in Sugar Bowl

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Pickens leads No. 5 Georgia past No. 8 Baylor in Sugar Bowl

"C. F. P. number five Georgia Slade seventh ranked Baylor twenty six fourteen in the Sugar Bowl playing without fifteen members of its regular rotation including twelve that started at least two games this season Georgia showed little drop off taking a nineteen nothing lead into the half from base the Bulldogs attack completing twenty of thirty for two hundred fifty yards and two scores Georgia tailbacks Amir white ran for eighty seven yards and a touchdown to help the Bulldogs finished twelve then three Bulldogs head coach Kirby smart the defense played a really inspiring really hardly got turnovers and gave the offense some some short films which with all of the critical support down stopper attorney order back Charlie brewer completed just twenty four forty one for two hundred eleven yards a touchdown and a Peck on Denny count

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What is Blockchain?

CRYPTO 101

08:40 min | 2 years ago

What is Blockchain?

"It's typical that Bitcoin bounces at the end of the month. Like this as we have futures contracts expiring pretty soon people people are Panicking to sell off after that last bump and we've seen this for about four months in a row now so I'm onto you Wales anymore your shitty contracts and I'm making a fat profit I let's rock and roll and we are joined by an extremely special guest. His name is Eric Larsen. He is the CEO and the founder of blocks route. So hurry welcomed the nation. Welcome CRYPTO WANNA one. Thank you so much. Thanks for having having make yes and reason expert in literally everything that has to do with blockchain technology so you guys are going to have a very special treat and I'm going to start off not with asking his background. I'm going to start off. Asking what the Hell is a blockchain. Why should we care? That's an excellent question and thank you for keeping the background. Everybody have heard. Oh tell us how you got into blockchain who cares how I got into the box. What's going on here? And that's all that matters right there. Like do you really care what they need. At least two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen hundred zero no But what in the blockchain chain and more importantly why should we care about. Blockchain is an excellent question so blockchain's forget for a second how the technology works and what he does which sometimes it's people over focus on the idea that the does it it allows for something quite unique it allows for people who don't stand next to each other who just just like you know sending messages to one another on the internet or whatnot. They allow them to collaborate without using a single server that supports them gates eight Sunday control the server the same way that we're not using Xuemei. Thanks so zoom has servers were all talking and the recording this conversation and it goes through their servers and stuff stuff gets done but if somebody hold the servers to some level he controls everything he can say. Oh I don't like rice anymore and like okay okay. Knocked allow you to participate or it's like that old saying possession is nine tenths of the law right though it's nine ten but like it's also also the tents tents if you hold the biggest gun or you have the most money so it is practically everything so this example of the conversation is not the interesting but how about if you think about Stock Exchange or the banking system. We're the banking system. It's kind of like whistle. bitcoin being the first I example possibly the most One that idea that fewer snowden or something and then if your money is being held in a system that somebody else control that somebody else can throw you off the system and not allow you to project you access to your monthly at Cetera et Cetera. So that's the usual example. People that people say oh if I controlled my money and not somebody else. Nobody can throw me out. But there's more okay that's like cool and important than if viewer I didn't know it reach Asian family. You might be very rich but that doesn't make your money safe because if the government isn't very fair or just they can just everything you have cetera et Cetera. But even for more day to day examples if you have to company is that want to joint venture okay I think of two funds okay. They invest stuff and they want to do something that they need. Go to them to do it. But the operation will only have at one of them right either Sunday the oil funds be and whoever runs it can screw over the other guy not pass the money is supposed to or whatever are the details and other guy can sue him but if you have any legal bag around the fact that you can sue somebody doesn't really mean so much that it will take many many years and you might get it and might go get it so don't get started on that really. Don't get me started. How how much we're paying for lawyers? But the idea is that it. These two funds might decide not to do a joint venture. Just because you don't have to wait to cooperate collaborate and cooperate in a way that doesn't require one. I'm to trust the other and blockchain's that allowed for people to transact or to send her to do all sorts of stuff without placing their trust in the other got to run the operation. So that kind of make sense. Oh yeah absolutely. I think that was a great definition. What do you think Pete's does that? Suffice yeah I mean just to quickly summarize it it makes makes a way of communication happened between two or more parties and a trustworthy system where no one is in charger as advantage over the other. No perfectly said cool so so. Let's talk briefly about the scale ability issue with blockchain's what is that issue. If you could distill distill it down to a couple of paragraphs. Let's let's let's talk exactly about. That's a because that's my job to talk about that and be because it's an important topic so everybody who has been into Crypto ever send slade twenty four the indefinitely in twenty-fifty and everybody are talking skill ability the problem skill ability problems skill ability of Baba and the usual example. That people say is that well if we want to remove credit card companies companies and banks and Kinda like compete with them will a credit card companies are processing six thousand transactions per second right now on average the peak at what Alibaba peaked at three hundred twenty five thousand transactions per second in singles a Two years ago that's for regular transactions if eighteen thousand transaction per second if be going or a theory or whatever blocks they want to allow to do micro transactions transaction of. Just if you sense let you can't do which credit card companies because the fees are fifteen cents per transaction so you can't transaction now three cents if you allow these you open the door for all sorts of really really really cool use cases. Think of it as you park your car and rather than open your parking gap in pay for an hour and pay thirty cents like for fi how how about the car will just automatically delete communicate tuition the meter next to it and pay every minute pay like three cents. Another reason that and when you're done you get into to the car and you go and he's no longer pays a new never have to pay yourself for parking Twenty nineteen we have better stuff to do with our time. So these micro payments Aymen's requires something like ten times more fifty to seventy thousand transaction perspective and if you want to do the really really cool stuff okay. All the stuff that people I want to do on his theory on for example decentralized exchanges right you'd think about a thousand traders trading on an exchange and they're not doing the full blown outta trading forty thousand transaction per second they do each one hundred transactions per second that's one hundred thousand transactions the second. The numbers are huge. They were pretty much. Swallow any number of transaction processing. You'll keep them so. That's the need for transaction. Thousands tens of thousand hundreds of thousands of transactions per second and beat can do three transactions per second. Now we have segue so he does four point two transaction transaction per second. Okay three four. Five orders of magnitude do small ethereal is doing not like the the capacities just too small so when we described what is the scale ability problem is why or how can we process much much. Larger volume of transactions action per second because that. Describe the problem. Well enough it. Does I think from there we talk about. What are the different approaches to solving all being this so even even prior to talking about okay Larry to solutions and lightning? It's I think the one thing that is the worst. The better explaining is what is the bottleneck. Why can't we do more? Transaction per second in blockchain's everybody creators actions and minor listen to these transaction in every so often some minor aggregate to bunch of transaction into a block. Senator everybody in these blocks crate lunching. Why can't we doesn't do anti entire larger blocks or a hundred times larger blocks which would allow for one hundred more transaction per second or reduce the time between blocks by ten x one hundred x which will also gave save one hundred x more transaction per

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"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"Should i work in two thousand sixteen issues. Why you gotta wear your sneakers people because if you let adam sit there and then try to put him on they will fall. I've seen many situations like these sneaker events and guys be like i'm a pulled out my eight nine stunt stunned and you son halfway vin yourself tape shoes back together. Yeah ron wrong flex yeah so what what what like. That's the bad part you can't. You can't sit on shoot and then try to flex this. You gotta wear gotta wear. Even if it's just once or twice is a year you got to put him on otherwise they'll fall apart should have a reason for wearing to see by him to wear to wear every day this you just buy just the same <hes>. Just gotta be honest the back to the future's not. I've never really seen anybody really win them like that. Not only i've only seen him in advance. I've only kobe ben yet they did an event with him are there. I don't know what the i've never seen anybody with him so be really hard to get. I've only seen collectors with them and i've seen some mike hype hype kids that they recommend like a sneaker or something like that walk around with him on but it's more of like a flex so they're still popping. How about the guy his shoe fear god's jerry jerry lorenzo funny story. All i hear about fear god's fear fear guys like okay so i'm sitting like <hes> like talking about complex khan and blah blah blah do his wife sitting there is is louie la bla sitting there you know and and who makes them. What company is that right so i go outside talking to him. A blow flow then think about it right week goes by still say person you know when i finally seen who it was. I'm like y'all. I've seen this dude somewhere. Where the hell do i like. Where do i notice face notice. Phrase like nice skin do brains so i'm trying to put the face. What is happening is go to practice one day in no picture again and i'm looking like he our basketball team he every every tuesday every thursday he here at practice sitting. There never wants to look down at his shoes by because it's just like you don't you don't expect at the kids basketball like no. We have celebrity kids. Hey the kids like you know. It was just so off the wall. Just this whole random thing like i hear about. This name is a shoe. I need to get in the guy. I son is on my son steve. You have hookup now. You gotta plug else here to talk to the guy he's he's. The god just can't walk up to a marriage is a what about your shoes now. He's he's now. I can't even walk near the guy like i'm. I'm the security coach's kid. There's no security guards but you just assume who he is done. It's just like i should've went up to him before. I knew he was now. I know who he is now. You can't go now you can go. I'm sure i'm sure he's not. He's the coolest dude just just always they're supportive but it was just funny that this guy i'm trying to hunt down was sitting right next to him. And what did you mean the fear guys like. How much are they. You give me sunday and you can't get them. You got to know the person got hook up. Are you like in the guys right here next thing i i mean i'm just sitting here. I imagine like jerry went back and told that story three practice gilbert talk. He's trying to find go. You'll find the dude for me like senate pictures something i can try to find out as the end the data z. He's on his own come. I never heard of that the fear that's a nice name. Oh i ain't gonna lie and i'm just so he never liked. He never liked looked up in like nothing. That's why i was like weird..

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"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"Well. I'd say this athletes are spoiled because you get them shipped to check. It doesn't because remember number if i'm gonna dita's or something. I don't know nothing about what nike or jordan is doing until i see him on a corner yoga yeah and then those if i'm not even i can't get them because they're not. That's not part of my deal. I lose my contract on us. You gotta remember. I'm so far away. That's what i'm saying the thunder and lightnings. I don't know what year they came out when they came out who you just know when shoe deal and i seen him that you what i need love so you know with somebody like tucker. All he's doing is going to shoot guy. Yo we got a big game that i need something. That's going to be fired what should be and then that's when they give him changes the halftime yeah and he's gotten these known for its so much now that people like brands and people are just sending no no no no. No you gotta remember most of the shoes p._j.'s wary they're already. Those are the unique ones so he's buying. He's personally buying it. No no i know he's personally buying some of the stuff that he's wearing. They're rescinded the newest katie's or something like that yeah a little lebron's but if he wants to get like lebron one's gotta buy like i remember where i'm about i bought the bro and ten minutes into the whole soul flip out gluten glue lou back to you sitting on a shoe since two thousand three. Should i work in two thousand sixteen issues. Why you gotta wear your sneakers people because if you let adam sit there and then try to put him on they will fall. I've seen many situations.

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"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"You freak out stuff every now and then and i didn't know it is hard in hardin in and daimler comes out it comes to basketball so there was a point where <hes> so my whole collection were out collecting since i was little so you know patent there's all of where my shoes was turning yellow 'cause so i had the originals of everything yeah so i warn all when i went to orlando and lost my shoe deal. I just broke out every everything which was an the epic epic season. I i gave out all those shoes to fans. <hes> that's dope yes so every show i wore ended up giving him away. So all all issues i didn't i didn't wear nick stole sub. Allow it's coming into college so uh-huh and my best friend he wanted to start a sneaker blog so i'm just gonna take them all in that i because what happened was like just a five year period where a wasn't really collecting shoes and just so much stuff was dropping so i was like out of loop yeah yeah i was just out of the loop and it was just like i said trying to catch up. Let me just go ahead and like i was the nike boost boots the blackwoods the the the moon boots the boots ideas boost the asking shoes na ar issues seven fifty yeah i had to pay. I don't even know what like jay. I'm gonna go women are yoda used used confined him. I just became so out of it. It was just one of those things where it was like it is. It's a lot of work me. I talk keep track. I know back then when i lost adidas deal. I was trying to get a fashion deal and that's why i wore the <hes> battery there and was a fun as what other ki- like gucci sydney issues i was. That's what i was gonna. Ask so during that when you lost your deal and you're aware all the different stuff where brands just like sending u._c._f. Verandas was just sending me stuff to wear because it was the first first time that they crossed the line into athletics. It was what was the shoe name l. l. esau for something l._s. Something it was a lot of aisin. Why is that why is this. Is this high end notice. That's why three why three hundred and adidas high. Why sale is saying they sent me issue yeah and i was gonna i was going to defined..

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"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"One million adidas two million nike two million joining us one million fucking amazing what if it's leaning in five below him out of the water okay. Let's let's i've heard the leaning leaning number that zaire getting i don't. I don't know how you turn it down but i mean it was thirty five million dollars a year hundred and thirty million dollars or five for five years yeah us as legacy mike. That's what i'm saying. I don't know how you turn it down but if he was gonna turn it down as join bro the jordan. I can't give my friend me. Leaps kneeling power like come on but that's but that's when a kid. The kid sees his easy. You're easily influence like if i'm coming in eighteen i don't. I don't really think you can have me jump in a chinese brand and one hundred my dad would have basically handcuff me to sign a like. That's when your parents just said. Wait hold on. I'm old enough to know money's more important than that got brand because as a kid you feel like it's going to be make you cool and you've seen what and you see like i think the challenge of of any brand that isn't an american brand is like once the cultural cachet of nike and jordan and adidas and you see what you've seen how they promote promote lebron to see how they moat james harden and dame in you know in paul george you see all the stuff that they do what those guys but you don't see that sort of action with lean because part of part of signing with nike or adidas is they help you become a bigger star <hes> by by being associated with them in the way they market you in the in the programs that they put underneath review and when you leaning or you sign with anti chinese brands you just don't see you'll see what they're doing for their athletes in china which which in turning them into superstars and your word that that's not gonna happen so you think it's not going to be cool that you with leaning in at unfortunately at at that age like you wanna be cool. No matter how good are the basketball player. You are like you at eighteen your ego and your yourself. Conscious is still fragile enough. That signing signing with nike is a bigger part of like you defining who you are because that's what you grew up on your gill. You rather be richton interesting cool right now. You can tell young kid gets what take that check. You will be cool okay so this is this is oh this is true. Sorry are member when i came in so i'm a second round pick arizona. I'm nike all nike program there. So the nike deal ever given name was standard. No money you have thirty thousand dollars and a payroll arrow something like that one hundred thousand dollars and three pair yeah right or reebok three hundred thousand dollars two hundred dollars i think it was. I don't even know if it's twenty forty fifty thousand dollars and you know same about in <hes> in apparel. Don't give me that. God damn nike reveal the fuck outta talking about financial advisor. We'll we'll write us the second round brother. You don't spend all that money on your escalate eight..

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"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"I don't remember the story but the jordan had the wings logo had the wings right yeah yeah and that was on the ones that was on the one couldn't they couldn't get approval to do for i for divers version of the one so they said we're going to do this on the two and then he said we'll do the jumping jumping rattling for him so i think that's really what the thing is the logo but that's because westbrook if you look on those shoes which are dope by the way it's very very small reverse minute. I'm gonna doesn't minimize you. So if you're athlete that wants to be on jordan brand cool you get all the veterans you on the world zion you you can get your own logo and put jump very small. Jordan shoes have nike injured on it. Only like the old metros do that have the logo and the logo on the three still has like the nike logo on the back like hey big ones when when they do it and it has the logo on the four <hes> five six and then the seven have the nike logo pixel the sixers the last one that had the nike logo on it and the rest it was this man so like somebody is going to have to be something like that. I just going to be like the zay on our the tatum or whatever it is but tatum's he's wearing like g._r. Jordan stuff so he's not. He's not even wearing like his own sorta thing. Even we're like reality right. It was like somebody said what was reality best you. I would sit there and say ooh the goldie goldie levin's. I've not your shoe off. It was hard to difference right so there's the p that you get as athletes will. Jason probably will get those. He'll get but that's what i'm saying. Everybody wanted suggestively evert signature shoes but that's the thing that's what i'm saying is like the p. Es <hes> was going to sell more than at players signage shoe because jordan had his brand jordan brand. You gotta remember. This is like somebody like penny. Hardaway sign someone in just bringing out different color ways on the phones the the phone already habits. It already has box. You can't really yeah that's yeah. That's yeah yeah it's gonna be. It's gonna be tough to re- to get from underneath that that jordan brand sort of sort of thing like i was gonna hopefully zion is that guy like zion is a big n._f._l. Coming in with enough buzz and hopefully he comes in with enough like what is like bargaining power that that that you don't think so things i kinda it because if you if you really study and had a group behind you you would known that you would have wanted you to want to build your own brand like like i'm pretty sure to chinese company was offering leaning so i was gonna ask you this. I know you're dita's <unk> the history there but would you rather be on with nike adidas somebody that they've got other guys on the roster the brotherhood which was at dwight howard our by way within their okay so then would you rather be on that established brand or they're gonna give me some somebody you never heard of. You're gonna build the whole thing around you see like. Do you wait like delay with me but i'll see everybody got paid well too busy. Wait went through jordan vincent. I let me go yeah. Converse okay see the problem is is it's. I'm eighteen nineteen years old. I only know certain brands right got a member. The first brand as eighteen nineteen year old is jordan. That's the number. One brand nike comes second second. Actually you know in when it comes to nike is not nike to brain. It's the players so you're going to have jordan. I probably lebron right katie in cairo at this point battling kobe depending on which which which which should is your rocking four so when i'm a kid coming up my first deal..

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"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"I think it took them time to understand that that would win. Kaya did his first shoot. He'll what louis vuitton right you remember number. Two tommy louis vitton expensive sale sold out everywhere salt like i mean so once he i think that was his best move. He went with such tree high iran that it just like 'cause a shoe that came like whoa but you gotta remember. What were they fashion. The prompt fashion side. I mean what he did with nike but i'm just saying i don't know if you know more baxter in that what he did with nike that -servative failed that would he the second go around with adidas. They actually got right the note. See what what happened is. He's a fashion icon. Dummy like the red october. Those are super don't like red. He did two shoes with with easy on us to and both looked trash their bulls basketball. There are basketball. It's by jordan jordan that nineties basketball and then like atop a at that inspired by that and those those all sold out instantly sold out but it was astill but how many times have you seen more court. How how often did you see underprivileged p._j. How often did you shoot so his low top louis batons. I was was trying to wear them but nick took my shoe with remember remember pink pink bottoms remember. There was like three so they were fucking fire. Oh my god i'm wearing these and you know and then he came up with the nike. I didn't buy the nike was and then he switched to adidas and then both went back to fashion that everyday shoe can wear and that's that's what sales it's like. Basketball is not getting it wrong. They're just not thinking so now even with the with nike you sound like someone stoled ideas and like they was in my meeting in just gave the blueprint of nike because even with even with my <hes> my online commercial when i did for guilt twenties i did all i commercial russia..

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"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"Envelope. I i okay okay explain right. Now i mean i'm wearing jordan's right now jackson jordan's right now. You've got to give it to him. First jordan's to basketball players in d. boys was to shoot they were that was the culture basketball. You didn't see office. You know office see does wearing jordan's right okay so when my i shoo came out. You've got to remember. I'm from when i came in you got remembered. Andre agassi's shoes was popping like shoes papa <music> now but all shoes was popping then when you were playing when i was when i came in highschool remember he had the falcons coach she was on. You had the andre agassi's. You had all these shoes dropping. I was air max ninety five when i played basketball because i it felt more comfortable. I felt faster in running shoes then. I did basketball shoe so i never wore really jordan's on on the court. Okay timeout jack. What do you think of that playing ball air max ninety five. That's a dangerous proposition scary who does that now. He was like and it just blows my mind. Every time i see him on court in like an air max ninety or ninety five. I'm just like my ankles. Dangle hurt already just just speaking about l. Playing is some ninety five that secret here inside baseball in the n._b._a. Though you have when you're in high school you don't have this but you have to tape tape the jobs. You know i didn't take i didn't take like dabo could for he could wear that you kinda wear anything good for an answer. Would they can do to you what you saw issue. What i realized list is when people say. Why are you wearing running shoes or i used to wear running shoes or or the dita show aalto. You'll how can you wear those. You're gonna twist your ankle and i said show me your basketball shoot. All your support is before your ankle everything everything above the ankle support all dunes restricting your ankle from moving which you get acl sprains. So why should i take my ankle solid yeah yeah so we can't do what it naturally does. So that's why i never really wore basketball shoe so when i made it to the n._b._a. If you look at my shoes style it was all low tops right although top so when everybody's was still mid and high only low top so when i got my shoe deal like yo we're gonna i want load up. I said my campaign. I want it. I want this shoe to be a basketball shoe. Plus a fashion shoot so so people can wear it with jeans. That was my hoping. I want people to be able to wear my shoes with jeans. If they're high tops you look goofiest fuck so when i did my campaign gotta remember back then. No one was doing low top shoes so if you look at all my shoes they're all low top because i said i want to be able to wear where would genes so you can just wear the comfort style and that was the first push of that shoot everything else was high tops a lot and the funny thing about it hearing that like a lot of the basketball shoes now our our local like the low new shoe is low cut kobe went low on the what was the four the three four chilies and they went back to super super hot but when he started four but iverson had a question was at the four three things that was low and i remember what you have to look at what you that was. I'm only nine thousand mid mid. Yes because i was thinking jordan. They did some releases around. It was the eleven they did. Eleven losing played in the the all star game deer made. I i gotta remember..

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Tyler Perry, Google And Atlanta discussed on Z Morning Zoo

Z Morning Zoo

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Tyler Perry, Google And Atlanta discussed on Z Morning Zoo

"Did you miss last night on the beach awards well there was a nice tribute to nipsy russell his grandmother came up and spoke about his legacy that was kinda cool cardi b. one album of the year but the best part of the show was when tyler perry received the ultimate icon award and this was part of the whole speech was great vivid chance to google today it's worth google here's part of his speech i built my studio i built it in a neighborhood that is one of the poorest black neighborhoods in atlanta so the young black kids could see that a black man did that and they can do it too studio was once a confederate army base and i want you to hear this which meant that was confederate soldiers on that base plotting and planning how to keep three point nine million negroes in slade now that land is owned by one negro pretty powerful stuff last night at the b._t. or she say that was better than the rock speech This little bit little version or inspiring like me.

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"slade" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"slade" Discussed on WSB-AM

"With Scott Slade, and they all revolve around weather and traffic this morning. First of all much, less rain and thunder during the day today. Kirk Mellish's, if you like showers this morning fifty percent chance of showers this accurate. Eighty percent chance. More heavy rain tonight with a high around fifty never to this morning. More rain on the way, power cruiser. Scrambling to get the juice back on Pickens county says authorities in the waterlog county are working to keep residents safe at several fallen trees have brought down power lines across a number of the county roads, Georgia Power and amicable EMC now working to repair those down lines and restore power watch for Pickens. Bartow and Cherokee counties have in county to the north and number three's. The breaking news for following in the morning drive. This back open both inter and the Covington highway transformer the blue and red flashing lights on the Covington highway bridge over I two five but twenty five north head southbound just reopened over the past few minutes. Scott the next Mark WSB news time is six seventeen. President Trump insists his national emergency at the border will be upheld after sixteen states filed suit. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington not backing away from his national emergency declaration. We have absolute right to do that. President Trump told reporters his plan to go around the congress in shift over six billion dollars into construction of the wall is most certainly legal. I have an absolute right to call national security. We need strong borders. Lawmakers are still wondering if military construction projects in their states will be cancelled for the construction of the wall read more on Jamie's blogger wsbradiOcom President Trump denies a New York Times report that he attempted to interfere in the Michael Cohen investigation. More fake news. The New York Times reports the president. And asks then acting attorney general Matt Whitaker if he could put a friendlier prosecutor in charge Whitaker could not comply that US attorney had recused himself. Whitaker's been asked to clarify testimony that the White House never pressured him to intervene. President Trump's daughter white. House adviser, Ivanka Trump is in Duluth this morning to tour UPS training facility the governor and first lady will greet her and participate in a round-table about workplace development. So White House spokeswoman says it reaffirms the administration's commitment to job training, Ivanka Trump will also be briefed about UPS is efforts to combat human trafficking sheriff's religious anti-drug groups unite to fight cultivation of medical marijuana in Georgia. The groups are all opposed the Bill filed last week allowing ten licenses to grow manufacture and dispense cannabis oil as well as dispensaries to also sell it to Russia's with national families in action is going to provide sixty dispensaries right here in our state and home delivery. So they'll be medical marijuana being delivered anywhere in this state. He complains the medicine will not be FDA tested. Supporters say it's the only way for the eighty four hundred Georgians who can legally possess it in Georgia to get it senior parish WSB WSB news time six nineteen..

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'Real Housewives' Alum Gretchen Rossi Is Expecting Her First Child With Partner Slade Smiley

Lori and Julia

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

'Real Housewives' Alum Gretchen Rossi Is Expecting Her First Child With Partner Slade Smiley

"And for real housewives of Orange County stars Gretchen Rossi and Slade smiley are expecting their first real together revealed this on the doctors the couple tried to conceive the idea for four years as smiley previously had of a sec. Demy smiley is already a father to two sons cabin in

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Drama on high seas as France-U.K. "Scallop Wars" escalate

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Drama on high seas as France-U.K. "Scallop Wars" escalate

"This is one, so this is French trawlers reignite quote, scallop war as tensions rise over Brexit negotiations. But when you actually read the article, it seems as though the Brexit angle is something that's just been inserted because it's a quote from a British official basically saying, I suspect they were thinking about Brexit when French trawler surrounded British ships over a dispute over about scallop harvesting in the channel and some rocks were thrown no damage or injuries were reported. But it's the kind of thing that happens frequently between fishing fleets of often even closely allied nations. Dispute over where nautical boundaries are who has fishing rights. There are huge maritime instruments designed to prevent this kind of thing, and it still happened. So. The fact that it's happening now is happening in the context of Brexit inflected by Brexit. I don't think the the French trawler captains were necessarily thinking that we're, we'll show these Brits of for daring to leave the European Union. But in fact, there is no actual agreement on who can harvest them will the so the French captains are apparently. Sort of controlled by a particular European Union, which the British are exempted from. So everyone's within their rights. It's just there's a dispute about what the law should be and the French captain seemed to have taken this out on the British captains, the known. Apparently the the British were according to the laws that exist doing anything wrong Horton to this article.

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Manafort juror: Lone holdout blocked conviction on all counts, prosecutors were "napping"

Atlanta's Morning News

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Manafort juror: Lone holdout blocked conviction on all counts, prosecutors were "napping"

"Behind. The scenes now Paul Manafort came back, close to eighteen guilty verdicts how close I wanna know did. This jury com to convicting Paul Manafort on all eighteen counts by one there was one holdout one holdout your grand jury from convicting all counts EuroPol Dunkin, telling Fox News she says the four days deliberations. Were tense at, emotional on the counts he was found guilty. Manafort still faces. Up to two hundred. And fifty thousand dollar fine and up to five years in

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Nicki Minaj Compares Herself to Harriet Tubman

The Savage Nation

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Nicki Minaj Compares Herself to Harriet Tubman

"Gosh Nikki. Manashe. Yeah, well she got involved to last. Night are you a fan of? Nikki I listen in top forty, radio Nikki Manashe. Records, no but you never played any Taylor swift records, either but you are a fan of Taylor swift, fan but I'll. Defender I like some of the, songs she's done. Okay, all right do you want to pay me in, that corner that's fine I'm a Taylor swift fan, there you go Okay Say, fan I go out and buy our. Records I don't go to her. Shows. Okay merge that I'm. Wearing I thought you had an album or you listened to. It No Some of the songs I like I like some of, them, yes but not Nicki. Menaj who protest too? Much She she annoys the living daylights out of me well apparently she is not, happy because, she's accusing, Spotify of not. Properly promoting her album Queen because it was released on apple, music, speech one station Queen radio ten minutes early And so she tweeted all the queen's I remember shook bleep up Queen of, the week, may go, to Harriet Tubman Had she just sat. There and ate her rice bleep history would have been a lot less triumphant I am the new Harriet Tubman Oh my That's right Nicki Menaj mindless blather that comes out of their k. Coles easing bit a bit of, a backlash apparently many fans slammed the wrapper for comparing herself. To, Tubman Yeah woman who gave. Up her. Seat on a bus are who wouldn't give up her seat on a bus that's Rosa Parks Rosa, Parks and now we've got Harriet Tubman some respect wise out Charting where's Al at released show some r. e. s. p.

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"slade" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"slade" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"I have a hard time believing that the dark Knight returns and year one out of tation are the same universe as team titans go, right? But why don't we find out what teen titans go to the movies. To do Arnie give them the plot should be quick. It is the teen titans are a superhero team consisting of Robin, the boy wonder beast boy who can turn into any animal so long as it's green raven a half demon girl who can make portal's alien Princess star fire and robotic humanoid cyborg they've all had their own adventures. But when the new movie, Batman again comes out, I did like. That's true. Like a really how many of those are they going to do? Robin feels left out as a superhero group without their own movie. But superman voiced by nNcholas cage tells the team. They aren't real superheroes until they have an arch nemesis. So they detect a crime and find that a science lab is being robbed by criminal Slade who, again, yes, I know him his death stroke. I don't know why they never say death stroke. I still think that they can make poop jokes, but not say death in this kitty cartoon. I mean, they described deadpool in what him to make deadpool styles jokes in this kitty cartoon. Yeah, there's one joke in here that's way hot, but I don't think that they were above going south park from time to time, but Slade is voiced by will Arnett Robin says, Slade will be their arch enemy, but sleighs Lee defeats the kids with his mental domination, the titans come back strong and take the tech slated stolen. So Slade sets his sights on the titans. Posing as famous director, Jade Wilson voiced by Kristen bell. She offers the teens, their own movie, but really feeds Robbins ego and ends up convincing Robin to make a solo film without them. It's just like that was sort of Saint by the bell, isn't it? When the titans separate Slade convinces Robin to open the teen titans, vault Steelers tech back, but the titans reform and defeat, Slade and while superman and the adult heroes tell the titans. They haven't arch nemesis in Slade. The teams decide they don't need a movie. They've been heroes all along as they sing a song and credits roll. Now, what have many jokes on marvel? We get Reverend the get go here, flipping comic book pages..

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Annapolis shooting suspect not cooperating with detectives

24 Hour News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Annapolis shooting suspect not cooperating with detectives

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire president trump tells reporters on air force one he plans to announce his nominee to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy on july ninth he was asked if he's going to ask those candidates if he's going to interview he will interview about roe v wade take rate intellectual talent we really are generally i'm not gonna ask him that question by the way but it is a group of very highly talented very mostly conservative judges trump says two women are in the mix of at least five if not seven potential nominees no bail for jared raimondo san in maryland and the thirty eight year old is on a suicide watch after being charged with five counts of first degree murder in the shooting deaths of five people at the capital gazette newspaper the ap's brian woody reports that the prosecutor outlined the evidence it's already been gathered the state's attorney here said that ramos made a barricade in one of the only doors in the facility at the newspaper so that people could not escape and when one man actually tried to go out this back door that was barricaded he was shot hundreds of people gathered for candlelight march for the five killed in the attack those killed include rob highest in the papers assistant managing editor and brother of novelist carl hiaasen also slade editorial page editor gerald fishman special projects editor wendy winters reporter john mcnamara and sales assistant rebecca smith police say a parking officer at a southern california college is dead the suspect was fatally shot by police pomona police chief says the parking officer was killed today at cal poly pomona no word on what led to the shooting on the campus of more than twenty five thousand undergraduate and graduate students essentially county sheriff's homicide detectives will investigate this is ap radio news.

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"slade" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"slade" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

"The show yeah so it really kind of starts erode away at the true reality of what's happening because you have these people that are just so desperate at times as a lot of new girls at sir right here's the sad thing is that easily replaced yeah right because there's somebody right behind you willing to say something or caused controversy or make something up i mean i can't even tell you the people that they used to use gretchen picture for casting and so they do casting calls yeah and then all these people oh yeah i know gretchen and slade and yeah we go way back and but production would call do you know these people no idea are they're saying anything they can assest like taking picture of me like off the internet putting their face shopping making it look like we're friends legit and i'm like wait so it's just interesting yeah if you were would you ever go back i don't think so you guys are really good play i don't think you need to do that we i had because so many people have asked me they're like you're friends with them and she going to be back on the show i think so gretchen another spin off gretchen take vegas who hot right are you still friends with any of the women from like who are currently on it or in the past so i mean it's interesting because it kinda changes depending on the season and who's friends i was really i was friends with vicky and kelly and lydia and pay the new girl last year peggy but then kelly and i had a little bit of.

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"slade" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"slade" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

"Hey guys high all right so today i have one of my favorite couples ever grudging laid we love you know are you good how are you i'm good my voice is a little horse today if you can't yeah what happened what were you airy we'll we do so i haven't even been drinking since i got back from vegas memorial weekend i just haven't been drinking too like two days no we're just as bad as you voice sounds normal to us you know why because i'm always partying because i'm it to your voice actually lost now so it was pride this weekend i i literally i woke up this morning and i'm like i feel like i raged so hard lesson i didn't drink at all didn't drink no pride no we were filming all day so that's always a crazy day yeah but i just i like to be on my game i don't like to slur my words i like to remember my conversations mart and i just on such like a happy high of life and a little bit of weed that you had that have i woke up yesterday and i was like it's pride i was like walking die state at my best friend himself because he was in we hoax now i'm on the west side i had to be at certain nine am so i just like i got dressed it was an eighties party oh i saw grand it was so much fun so i'm like eight thirty am walking down santa monica boulevard and my eighties it was great but it was a twelve hour day we'd go back to the weed i wanna know what strange she was okay so let me tell you the funniest story the weed thing okay so slade is never done drugs in his whole life right i that yeah like he's so lame i've totally tried to like slim something like a piece of chocolate in like try to get them high and it never works like he literally he's like what do they call it like where you're.

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"slade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"slade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Obviously we'd we'd be doing those anyway but it was the new ones but you know it turned out great as far as i'm concerned and as far as all the comments online were concerned although there was a huge slade isn't as good as rod what's he thinking of an it's nothing to do with me i just turn up and play but you're always gonna get that though the mo has always lead that are going to complain that you know mark evans still isn't in the band or whatever it may know exactly so what was it like going back on tour with acdc the biggest rock and roll band on the planet and you like you said you've been doing chris leads time line and a lot of shows that are kind of in clubs and then smaller venues and now you're going back to play the stadiums and arenas of the world it was such a blast i never expected to ever do it again in my life to be honest and to get that opportunity was yes mindblowing to even be asked i had to ask the manager and that phone call in switzerland i said of the guys asked you to call me oh yeah of course the guys ono guys meaning angus well all of them yeah all all of them even though it ended last time the first time under a bit of a cloud for me it was i mean everything turned out front tastic i say everything was brilliant but what a rush to know the type of shows we were doing like eighty thousand people are night unbelievable they were even bigger than the time i was in the band right i even bigger yeah which was big anyway right but my god it was just mind blowing see that many people every night so let's talk about what a typical tour day was like cdc chris but i i want to talk about typical tour day for me and fosse or me when i'm going to new japan pro wrestling like i am in a few hours here to face nato june ninth from asaki can get that live new.

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"slade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"slade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Scoop right here on talk is jericho get ready to rock with acdc drummer chris slade and get ready to rock with fuzzy this summer all dates vip meet and greet information and ticket information at fuzzy rock dot com we're starting off in july doing some festivals in the states rock usa oshkosh the cadet rock fest and cannot wisconsin peoria river riverfront peoria belvedere illinois at the apollo theater then we head over to europe starting on july twenty six at the pheasant festival in hungary going all across europe prague sebrle germany zurich in around the servian italy slovenia vakhin festival in germany berlin bull him schaumburg on account spain alcatraz and belgium bloodstock in england we're going all around the horn and then of course he returns states octo august twenty fourth for the judas rising tour next leg with lead his way stone broken and the stir check all those dates at foggy rock dot com for all information and ticket information don't forget also listen to the rock of jericho not talk jericho the rock of jericho on sirius xm octane we're doing it twice a month i think today there's actually we're dropping into sewed lots of great stuff going on including acdc drummer chris slade returning to talk is jericho right here right now here we go all right so we're here in london with two returning guests the father and son team jack slade who just did the worst wrestlemainia preview podcast still the best of the best and then your dad chris slade had a hello and the last time we spoke to you about your whole entire career and just jackie up to help now with this just about that time was when the issues with phil rodney cdc happened or the already happened when it was originally recorded noone kristen i i did a podcast that was that was just that was actually before the issues happened right so we had talked about your whole career and then about three months after the show aired suddenly you're back in the.

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"slade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"slade" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Hi i'm cody goth host of the curiosity podcast every week we talked to experts who can make you smarter about the world with a timely blend of culture life hacks and science and technology new episodes every tuesday and you can listen and subscribe for free everywhere podcasts are found on the westwood one podcast network the jericho network on westwood one tall recall ricco welcome to talk is jericho it's the pot of thunder rock and roll and guess who's calling in from europe for the joke of the week talk gagging reporting from berlin just near blocks and check points cari you know living eight blocks away brand the played here last night my daughter graduates high school the bid before volume i could so i called in wanting held him to guys i kinda winced pretty i i got a week off and on the sermons is that you got a week off until thanks now the around awhile thank you but yes rock and roll hall of famer duff mackay and nevertheless as down with no matter where he is the world that guns and roses or walking paper delivering the lapse every single friday no matter what or where he's doing he's got that type of time for all of us here on talk is jericho and thank you to duff for the joke of the week and thank you to chris slade talk is jericho alumni who has since returned to a c d c since the last time we spoke to him he appeared on the show just a few weeks before getting the call to rejoin his band chris telling that story talking about brian johnson leaving acdc and axl rose coming aboard you hear all about axles addition who else they considered before offering the gig to axle and what it was like touring with him chris is also talking about the retirement of bass player cliff williams with the future might be racy dc whether he might be a part of it he's relationship with angus his loss of malcolm all things acdc and as you know they don't do interviews this is an exclusive conversation getting.

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McCain's daughter slams White House aide's 'he's dying' comments

The Dana Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

McCain's daughter slams White House aide's 'he's dying' comments

"Place one suspension perfect pew has named deputy commissioner gary gary tuggle is acting commissioner she says the suspension is in the best interest for the city the police department and desouza meanwhile the former officer in charge of the disgraced gun trace taskforce learns his fate today sergeant thomas allers sentenced to fifteen years on racketeering conspiracy and other offenses including nine robberies while armed with his police issued firearm the sentence allies received also includes three years of supervised release mourners beginning gathered for the funeral of baltimore county executive kevin cabinets after his sudden and tragic death of cardiac arrest yesterday the funeral will be held at the baltimore hebrew congregation there are road closures around park heights and slade avenues from now until four pm will also be closures along the procession route we're going to have live coverage of the cabinets funeral in just about a half an hour right here on wbal newsradio ten ninety from abc news desk outrage over comments at white house aide kelley sadler's comments on senator john mccain saying his criticism of president trump's cia director nominee doesn't matter because he's dying sadler reportedly is called mccain's daughter megan to apologize here she is as a co host on abc's the view today my dad has been diagnosed the past it's almost a year july nineteen i really feel like i understand that meaning of life is not how you died right mccain also wondered how sadler still has a job at the white house is not apologize but in a statement say they respect senator mccain service to our nation get.

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"slade" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"slade" Discussed on The Filmcast

"The fifth episode directed by david slade i shall resume hang dj directed by tim ben patten very well regarded a director david slate a woman alleged attempts to survive in a dangerous land full of robotic guard dogs and that really is the entire thing yeah that's the whole thing all right let's i mean i thought as well executed johner peace we have anything i'll say about that a it's a trial if my favorite episode it's like they did it behind the scenes feature worry lake broker was like i wanted to make like a thriller and like cool that it's asking the interesting questions about the world really oh it's a judgment exercise yapping yeah well done jonah exercise rated a is a boil down all these like black mirror potential topics this was like what if killer ibos right just as a whole his doesn't they were like black white in the black and white feels really superficial just to be gritty or something and just to make it look stylistically different i think if you look i could tell this is the david sleet episode just by watching it because i am i'm a huge fan of his uh his miss on sand alike just the way he makes things look like he made hannibal look beautiful in the yet his films as well it's i yeah it's a really simple concept uh it is basically terminator one uh we opt killer ibos um and you're some of these sony iboe which is a robot dog vet's buried out for a long long time but apparently stunning back you you know it's coming back sides he has guys it up dora ball we'll all want one in our homes don't worry about it don't ask deeper questions about that.

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