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Brave's Privacy-Focused Search Engine Is Available in Beta
"We might be getting an alternative in the search space. Allison tell us about that. The privacy focused browser brave built on the chromium. Engine has about thirty two million users. It's a dedicated audience that values the built in privacy protections like blocking ads and trackers default brave also uses a cryptocurrency that pays users for their attention if they agree to see some ads uses can use these basic attention tokens or bats to support participating content creators now brief has introduced a public beta of privacy focused search engine at search dub brave dot com earlier this year brave acquired tech and developers from clicks and anti-trafficking search browser company that developed a technology called tale cat that delivered search results without logging user activity the brave implementation of tale cutlets brave users volunteer to share a non my search data machine learning algorithms use that data to learn how to return better results. Brave will soon offer community. Curated ranking models to help combat algorithm mc bias and censorship. Brave will rely on some third party slate. Microsoft for some areas like image search however brave says it will post an independence metric to make clear which results come from its own index. And which don't there will be no ads on brave search during beta but eventually there will be a paid ad free version and a free ad supported version with contextual not personalized ads. Brave is exploring using bet on search as well man swinging for the fences. They're trying to create a search engine from scratch. But i think that's the right way to do it. Brave has got enough awareness out there that people know what it is so it's not coming out of nowhere you've got more people willing to try and other search engine these days than before because there's just that feeling of like i don't wanna have to give all my information to google all the time so if they can make it a useful search. That's how google one away from alta vista and infoseek. Back in the day. It was like oh. This one just works
Background Checks Blocked a Record High 300,000 Gun Sales
"Stopped from buying guns through the U. S background check system hit an all time high of more than 300,000 last year, and that was amid a record surge of gun sales. The Associated Press got to look at the records obtained by the group every town for gun safety, and they show the background checks blot nearly twice as many gun sales in 2020 as they did the year. Before about 42% of those denials were because the would be Buyers had felony convictions on their records.
Some used vehicles now cost more than original sticker price
"Some use vehicles now cost more than the original sticker price talk about sticker shock a new twenty nineteen Toyota Tacoma SR double cab pick up was just under twenty nine thousand dollars now dealers are paying a thousand dollars more to buy the same pick up even though its use and the sales price for customers is thirty three thousand dollars the reason for the inflated price the pandemic and a global shortage of computer chips in the past year used vehicle prices on average have climbed thirty percent that's according to black book which tracks car and truck data I'm surely Adler
Harlem Globetrotters Want to Become an NBA Franchise
"Harlem globetrotters want to become an nba franchise. They are fricking undefeated. Aren't there did lose one. The general skit one over them once they said basketball would not be what it is with us today. Harlem globetrotters want to bring their over. Twenty seven thousand. Wins to basketball's commissioner adam. Silver the harlem globetrotters are requesting that the league designate the club as an mba franchise after several years of contributions of the nba says based on what. We've already proven. We can feel the team of talon on par with the pros of today and we want the chance to do that. The globe charters wrote in a letter has a world renowned and legendary presto basketball team we petition commissioner adam silver the nba governors and the powers that be grant the original harlem globetrotters in mba franchise. Not now but right now.
Nursing Home Medicare Patient Deaths Soared 32% in 2020 Amid COVID
"Watchdog says there was a surge of deaths among Medicare patients in nursing homes last year. A new report from the inspector general of Health and Human Services is aimed at being the most comprehensive one yet. On some of the most vulnerable victims in the U. S. During the Covid pandemic, it says deaths for Medicare patients and nursing homes jumped by 32% over the year before death rates were higher in every month last year than in 2019. The report also says four in 10 Medicare patients in nursing homes head or likely had covid last year in
Biden pushes shots for young adults as variant concern grows
"The by the administration is ramping up efforts to vaccinate younger adults against Kobe nineteen amid fears of a spreading new virus variant virus response coordinator Jeff science says the focus is on eighteen to twenty six year old soon he says may feel like the virus doesn't impact them in less eager to get the shot but science and Dr Anthony Fauci say there's a new threat to them and others the delta variant first seen in India and now making up more than a fifth of Kobe dying teen cases here the delta very it is currently the greatest threat in the U. S. to our attempt to eliminate covert nineteen south she says existing vaccines are effective against the variant saga remained on the at the White House
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Fails to Contextualize Reality of Rising Gun Ownership and Lower Gun Crime
"To escape from them. So here's Jen Psaki cut six, saying the crime rate is the crime rises. Gun violence. Check this out. The reason is that there's been actually a rising crime over the last five years, but really the last 18 months and so It's an opportunity for the president to speak to what is going to do to help address that and as we've seen around the country, it is a concern of many Americans, Republicans but also Democrats to not necessarily through a partisan lens, something that president felt was appropriate to speak to and tell the American people what he's doing to help address. 18 months. That's interesting. She uses that that's really fascinating. Jen Psaki blaming it on gun violence. She doesn't mention of course, that gun ownership has gone up dramatically. Gun crime had gone down. But gun violence and gun crime is going up in liberal cities across America. That's fascinating because we had a decrease in violence for years, even though gun ownership went up showing you clearly those variables are correlated in the inverse direction. But they want to push gun control, so they want to blame it on the guns, but what they leave out is let me read to you in New York Times headline She used that 18 months. That's really interesting. She's all crime's been going up for 18 months. Well, what happened about a year ago? New York Times Tim Arango may 25th 2021 a year after George Floyd pressure to add police amid rising crime You think maybe those variables are connected? Folks? I'm just asking the George Floyd incident to subsequent war on police. That happened afterwards. Police get castrated. Crime goes up. You think you think those variables may be correlated? I'm just asking. I'm just throwing that out
The Importance of Creating Relationships in Business With Leadership Coach Chris McClure
"Like life is about relationships and you don't have business without having relationships with people. I mean it's it's not hard to figure out that the best sales people out there are the ones who know how to create relationships with people right away. They know how to do it when you might say to that point. Two of my the people that have watched the most my uncle who just recently retired in another good friend of mine. Who's actually the vice mayor of our town. They both retired from sales on the road in the optical business to different kind of part of it but when they retired it was hard for them because they had built such established relationships over the years that they missed. They missed their people. They misaligned from downtown. Or you know dr office to the next one. Because it was about the people they loved walking in and meeting with the doctors and the staff and everything and and so it was hard for them to retire at a retired late. Compared to most people look into retire. Sixty five for instance. These guys push seventy because they. They almost had the dragged kicking and screaming.
Wall Street Journal Article Explains Why 'Free Money Can Make Life Worse'
"Of the workforce, pay him to never work again. And by the way, you may be thinking to yourself. Oh, yeah. This free money stuff. This works really well. It's compassionate. I mean, we're giving people money they needed. No, they need a job and you need to tell them they need a job. That's real compassion. Here's an article in The Wall Street Journal. Be my newsletter today. I need you to read. It's important. It's by Robert Door who worked in New York City during the welfare reform years. Rudy Giuliani and Bill Clinton, who worked with Newt Gingrich to put conditions on people working. He said. If you are going to get taxpayer money from people who are working, then you need to be looking for a job. If you're addicted to drugs, you need to see treatment. You're in a fatherless home. You need to try to find you need to do your best to find the father. The father should be paying too. And liberals will tell you all that was really that was horrible. There was so evil it was so not compassionate. How dare you pay people Excuse me take away money from people who are not working. Well, what happened when they did that Well hears from a guy who lived here is the top of the peace free money can make life worse. Robert Door, Wall Street Journal today. He talks about after they implemented welfare reform and made people look for jobs. What happened, folks? Well, outcomes approved across nearly every measure of child well being. Child hunger dropped education, improved health outcomes have gotten progressively better and properly measured. Child poverty fell almost 8% points in the subsequent decades. Why? Because parents went back to work. They got careers, many of them they taught that example to their kids. Their kids want to work. How do you explain a story like my mother in law came here with nothing? Came here with zero in her wallet didn't even speak the English language from the great country of Colombia came over here. Created three
Liberals, Especially in New York City, Don't Learn From Their First Life
"Many times You know, with some stunning about liberals, Is it the Bernard Malam? Unquote reminds me of it all the time. You ever read the book, the natural you should. It's very different than the movie. You know, the Robert read from very different matter of fact. Totally different. Jobs isn't such a good guy. In the in the book. But there's a great line in the book where the girlfriend says the Roy Hobbs, You know, we all live two lives, the one we learn from and the one we live after that, what I always find really. I opening about that quote is that liberals never live that second life. They never get to the second life because they never learned from the first one. Whether it's the New York City mayoral primary going on today, where they're going to determine who the next mayor is, If you know, it's very difficult for Republican to win so typically Don't want to forfeit the race. Of course in order. I want to incentivize anyone else to but typically the winner of the Democrat mayor. Primary winds up being the next mayor. The mayoral primary is today on the Republican and Democrat side. It's amazing how, but we know what worked in the Giuliani years, right? Aggressive on crime, pulling illegal guns off the street, breaking up gang violence. We know what works and they're doing it in reverse, saying we don't like what works. We never lived that first life. We never learned from it. So we're going to revert back and never get to the second life where things are better because we didn't learn anything from the first it's happening again with welfare. Folks, This is an important topic. It's not a
Alex Rodriguez Was Seen Hanging out With Ben Affleck's Ex
"Alex rodriguez was spotted hanging out. With ben affleck's acts lindsay. Shook guests. Remember she's a writer for snl at a birthday party at her home in the hamptons on saturday and so people were like. Oh my gosh. Imagine this hammering here now. Yes the timing of this hang out is very interesting. Considering their axes ben affleck jennifer lopez rekindled romance continues to heat up however they are just old friends a rod and lindsay shook. That is she. Do you not get the impression that these are sloppy. People who are hurt and they're just trying to love so they've actually been friends for about fifteen years and if you go back which i did. Because a rep for era was the one who said they've been friends for over a decade. They had dinner with alex. Rodriguez and jennifer lopez on multiple occasions. She was their way out way. J. lo did now she was there hanging out of the cast after party many many times. So she's been around for a while in terms of being friends with a-rod so i think the media is gonna try to make this into like a half inning and i don't agree with He was also spotted shannon. But i agree with megaton spot hanging out with his ex wife yesterday. So i think he's just kind of guy doesn't he meghan that just Is trying to get seen with other girls just to see you know to let her now. I don't even think that they're not front. I think shannon they probably have been friends for ten years. But i think he's hurt right now and he called up his friend and was like. Will you help me out with something. Will you go out in public with me and be seen. I'd like to stir the pot a little bit
Spielberg's Amblin to Make Several Films a Year for Netflix
T-Pain Says a Comment Usher Made Sent Him Into a 4 Year Depression
Carl Nassib Becomes First NFL Player to Come out as Gay
"Vegas Raiders player is the first active NFL player to come out as gay details from correspondent Tim Maguire. LAS Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib was matter of fact, when he went on Instagram Monday. Want to take a quick moment to say that I'm gay? I've been meaning to do this for a while now, but I finally feel comfortable enough to get it off my chest. Nassib, who played collegiately at Penn State, will start his sixth NFL season in the fall, his second year with the Raiders. He also said he hopes such announcements won't be needed in the future. I actually hope that one day Videos like this in the whole coming out process or just not necessary. Nassib says he is donating $100,000 to the Trevor Project, a nonprofit that seeks to prevent suicide among LGBTQ youth.
Deep Dive Into the South African Cities Open Data Almanac
"Joanne poker hung to pay off all my guest today. On future cities. Africa will be discussing the south african cities open data almanac or more known as skoda but before we get into that joanne tongue. Welcome give us a brief introduction to your respective roles. Thanks dan end sir. I am the product. Earn a old project manager folders gonna program at arkansas cities. Thank you then. I work with an iguana. Municipality and i am the program for the urban edge programme the devon edge programme is the economic intelligence program for its municipality which providers provides economic intelligence on economy. Joe who am what's is code on. What does it do skirt as you mentioned officially stands full south african cities have been data own neck. It started as just a total four sharing data on some african cities. I won national portal shared dayton also african cities but it sits grodin a. Lots over the last five or six years. Seven th growing into not just A program where our console civic take insufficient to cities and to improve data plans data sharing and also data management practices so we not active in a to queenie The city of johannesburg with the program and how program come about and with the need for skoda stemmed from the idea for a central repository of open standardized and transparent city data was spawned by consider these lab together with south african cities network about five or so years ago. So is a cnn already. Curates and releases city data through pdf's so it made a lot of sense to stop to shave this data in even more accessible way through open and into active data portal
Brad Stevens Explains Why Celtics Made Kemba Walker Trade
"On friday. We had a rare postseason trade with boston. Sending kemba walker. And this year's first round sixteenth overall to oklahoma city for al horford the move freeze the celtics in the final year of canvas deal saving the team about thirty two million dollars in the process. Here is how brad. Stevens explained the move on monday. We had look at with the idea of moving That first round pick this year right a gave us the opportunity to look at a A road ahead with a few more options from the financial flexibility standpoint All of our future you know. First round picks passed this year Which again gives you more options. And then you know it was the It was the best deal That we thought with regard to you know returning players. Riot i mean the idea Or the opportunity to add How do make significantly less money. But his You know a really good player that has corporate knowledge of this environment.
Hacker 'Tried to Poison' Florida Water Treatment Plan
"Data leak marketplace dials up the pressure. The marquette marketplace specializes in selling leak data and is using a new technique to pressure companies independent for it the marketplace has been e mailing competitors have impacted companies offering them sample packs of the stolen data hoping to entice them to buy the whole thing. The recently shuttered klopp ransomware gang also utilize a similar ploy bleed computer reports that marquette attempted to sell the data belonging to a defense contractor as well as other prominent large companies bay area water treatment plant targeted in cyber attack in february militias. Actor attempt to raise the level of li- allowed in oldsmar florida. Water treatment plant to toxic levels now. Nbc news reports that earlier in the year on january fifteenth. Another threat actor attempted to impact the water being processed at a san francisco bay area water treatment plant. The system was accessed through a former employees team viewer account credentials and used to the leader programme used in the treatment of drinking water. The access was detected the next day with the program stored no one reported being sick from the incident and according to the northern california regional intelligence center tampering with the program would not have resulted in poisoning. The water see selects info federal agencies security in a letter recently sent to senator ron. Wyden office ceases said it didn't know which federal agencies were following basic security procedures like segmenting traffic with firewalls. This comes after. Senator wyden agencies did not have properly configured firewalls since this would have prevented the saloons. Orion supply chain attack from being exploited in the letter said it did not plan to mandate the use of firewalls to federal agencies since they each have their own operational requirements
Rage Against the Hack Machine
"When we analyse what is happening on the dark web. We kinda take a look at the overall landscape of what is going on what is happening. What are the trends In various Topics that's ilya vulovic. And we saw in the recent the year an increase of individuals selling various types of accesses databases and so on so With this increase kinda starting to question. Well why is there. An increase in such data coming up on a for sale dark web. What is the driving factor. Are hackers becoming more proficient. Are hackers finding some vulnerabilities that are new annot So and when when we dive into that we kinda started to see okay. Well maybe there's specific tools that are on the market that enabling all these new access is coming on the market and new databases coming to market. And so then. What was the the path that led you to what we're talking about today which is hack machine so we looked at Generally what is being offered. What kind of now wear software. What kind of tools being offered for sale and we'll take a look in trying to analyze will. What is this tool being used for right. How can this This or another tool enable hackers to to do what they do so when we came about the hack machine we saw that it actually was quite popular. We saw the There were Response to this threat Where act machine was being advertised with. Saw that some of the prolific threat actors that we usually see involved with sale of access. The essentially commenting on there saying. Hey yeah i'm using this tool to To gain some axes or i'm using the tool and worked with this tool
"some years ago" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Advertise I can see the the Amazon prime guy delivering machine guns to efforts by neighborhood really run back to his truck a good idea that's a fascinating call Hey thanks for joining us rich appreciate it okay yeah have a good day ten thirteen W. GM John of the coyotes are moving back to the city maybe they're not bothered by the high taxes like the rest of us are that explains the difference now I don't understand it either Brian you're on WGN radio look we do for you Brian you're on the air some years ago as well in the house in wood ridge repair of Eric in the cider house I didn't ever really secure exactly woke up one morning and ate Kaylee had not gore won the garbage can I was sitting in one of our patio chairs Ian Strachan like with a box care Seattle thank you to see it god bless them you know more power to you Mister coyote if you can figure that out of there we we had a flat roof of our front door and a little fall morose chisel records called in and they were living in a roof for awhile yeah there was not on they don't want that Hey thanks for the phone call it will occur it was shocking you have to look at my carry ons year right right check a bucket of KFC thanks for the call ten fourteen by the way we talk about jeopardy in the tournament of champions we will this week as we follow James holds our and then that the other two guys bread writer is the guy who won twenty years ago isn't doing so well they split so far whole tower one last night and then Jennings one the night before it's the best of seven so they've got to win three so whole towers one one if he wins tonight tomorrow night and it's over but it could go much longer than that because it's a best of seven history of playing the scores one one zero ten fourteen on WGN will your child be.
"some years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That I wrote some years ago first for yell Honda Adams I I didn't remember that I wrote read it for but when I sent it to our again for this she said oh yeah I remember you saying in this some years ago and that I hadn't remembered that but I knew that I wanted to do at least one gospel song on the album I grew up a preacher's kid and you know for me Christmas was tied to church in a big way we went to church every morning after we were able to open one gift so I knew that I wanted to do a a gospel record and I had to re write a couple lyrics but yeah that's I thought of the gospel songs that existed the gospel Christmas songs that existed and none of them fell right so I said you know I think this one is going to be an original and I called up misaligned Adams and she was happy to do it which you know that for those who don't know gospel music Yolanda Adams is is the schools to royalty as you get in Gaza today so if you were able to snag your lan Adams you you were on set of nicely you one Christmas one Christmas we're speaking to yeah Morton keyboards with maroon five his latest album is called Christmas with PJ Morton before we bring back Elahi Saudi and crystal laughing into the conversation peach I wonder also just in terms of the economics of Christmas music I'm looking at the Billboard hot one hundred and top of the charts is thank you next by Arianna Grande not a Christmas song at least hi right not then you've got let's see without me my whole see sycamore by Travis Scott you've got Hyles my panic at the disco number six right now on the Billboard hot one hundred is All I Want for Christmas is you rising up the charts you've got a song from the soundtrack to spider man into the spider verse scroll down a little further it's the most wonderful time of the year by Andy Williams is number thirteen jingle bell rock by Bobby Helms number fifteen I never knew the name of the guy who sang jingle bell rock until I looked at the Biltmore nine hundred right now rocking around the Christmas tree by Brenda Lee is number eighteen there must also be an economic part of putting out one of these two albums the potential that one of those tracks could be the next All I Want for Christmas is you well yeah I I I I mean I think doing all of you know being able to read re do what all I want for Christmas is is definitely a rare thing you know with the rise dine in making the new classic is just very hard to do but I do think there's there's definitely some economics to it it's keeping the fans engaged you know like I said if they're already paying attention then this just gives them something else to to purchase you know in the March surrounding it I know the March that I've that I've made surrounding my Christmas record has been selling off the off the charts you know because it's a Christmas gift you know you can give a a Christmas vinyl for Christmas or like a Christmas sweat shirt you know so there's definitely economics connected to it I don't know that people are thinking that they'll re do with Mariah did that's kind of like a just just it hardly ever happens you know and she's she's she's done something amazing by by being able to do that I know in my mind I wasn't thinking oh I'm going to get this this hit that's bigger than any other head I have you know but I did think like okay let's give people something to buy something how can go on tour you know I'm doing a Christmas tour right now so definitely it's the economics connected to it as well before we dig deeper into the song we should hear a little piece of it here is the original version climbing the Billboard charts as we speak Mariah Carey All I Want for Christmas is you it you Mariah Carey All I Want for Christmas is you first of all apologies to those of you who.
"some years ago" Discussed on WTVN
"some years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Your perception of traditional banks. Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka when you think of bankers you probably think. Of, stayed men in suits well there's at least one banker who's. Trying to change that image Christina Rexroad of the Wall Street Journal. Is here with more Christina let's. Start with the Bank itself what can you? Tell us about? Berkshire hills Bancorp is it this. Is a tiny little Bank they've been based in the berkshires in Massachusetts, for a long time they they, recently just moved to Boston so they're trying, to get a higher profile but you unless you're really covering the industry or, unless you live in area you've. Probably never heard of them my my. Job is I cover. Regional In community banks into my. Job is to just sort of talk to people see who out. There and one of the reasons. This Bank caught my eye is because they? Have this funny? Tagline or they call themselves America's. Most exciting Bank which is sort of you gimmicky and funny but that's, also in banking that particularly unusual, because you know most banks right now I, want to be pretty boring and fly under the radar and Christina they get, that from their CEO Michael daily. What can you tell us about him What was it you know so I I, I met him when I got lunch with. Him he's very confident he runs this small little Bank and, thinks that he can, take on much better players and he is pretty unusual in that the. The best example you're ever going to find. This man unless he tops it is You had an employee meeting. Some years, ago and he wrote into it on zip, line and you know had a smoke machine was like. Tossing hundred dollar bills to the crowd so you're not. Gonna you're not gonna find that in many business executives, much. Much less bankers and you know in for for all that he seems, to have a traditional background you know because a lot of people who are bankers? Maybe always thought? They would? Be or always, liked numbers and he's strikes me as more of. A people person. We're speaking with Christina Rexroad at the Wall Street Journal Christina what does Michael daily want, Berkshire hills to look like the Bank itself but what are the rules that he said for his employees to make it different Yeah so we have these kinda funny roles like, he. You know you have to play rock music at the start of every, meeting and you know it has to be rock music it can't be elevator music Sort of sort sorta strict like that, you know he doesn't he doesn't wear a suit he doesn't want other people to wear a suit and his philosophy and I. Don't. I don't really know if you can prove whether, this is, successful or not or fetus have to rely on anecdotal evidence is. That people will, do better work if they want. To come to the office I mean that's not an original thought a lot, of people have like tech companies until fourth try to try to exhibit that to do you know if his employees like him You know I don't I don't know we just did I just, we just, did a short little feature on him so I am sure. That there are employees who sort of, rolled their eyes and thought that this was silly. And, probably last you know 'cause, they're gonna love other banks that you can work for but. Something he told, me he, does which I have not met anyone..
"some years ago" Discussed on WTVN
"Okay tomorrow's a fourth of july i know everybody knows but here's what you may not remember there was a harvard study i had this some years ago greetings i am america's anchorman and i'm remember that survey from harvard fourth of july just wanted independence day celebrations tend to make people feel more republican and the same survey had the same david about the flag that that the flag flying along with all the traditional social behavior that takes place in the fourth of july tens to promote feelings of the republican party people obviously are motivated toward patriotic love of country themes and ideas and it really struck home with me because it it also had the counterpart that this kind of activity angered democrats flying the flag engaging in traditional independence day fourth of july behavior and if you doubted it then you should not doubt it now i made a point on yesterday's program what's wrong with america remaining america and of course that's the objective of the people currently protesting say getting rid of ice or whatever they want to transform and change america so i would suggest everybody fly your flag tomorrow the american go out and just do what you would normally be inclined to do but don't be intimidated into flying the flag don't be intimidated by any patriotic activity because you never know the impact it's going to have on people these effects in that harvard survey we're not just outward some of them were subliminal you never know where this is kind of influence can take place but i just wanted to remind everybody that if those plans that you have tomorrow include such outward even even the lighting of fireworks in the left doesn't like that because that could lead to climate change and forest fires in the number of things we stop to think if there's literally very little that happens on independence day that liberals celebrate and want to be part of how you doing fox grades are have you hear telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight.
"some years ago" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And more they always find something that's freakin delicious it's chuck and kelly thursday morning at crazy and frankly gross way some people remembering their dead loved ones that's twenty five wty okay tomorrow's a fourth of july i know everybody knows but here's what you may not remember there was a harvard study i had this some years ago greetings i am america's anchorman and remember that survey from harvard the fourth of july just one its own independence day celebrations tend to make people feel more republican emma same survey had the same david about the flag that that the flag flying along with all the traditional social behavior that takes place in the fourth of july tends to promote feelings of the republican party people obviously are motivated toward patriotic love of country themes and ideas and it really struck home with me because it it also had the counterpart that this kind of activity anger democrats flying the flag engaging in traditional independence day fourth of july behavior and if you doubted it then why did you should not doubt it now you i made a point on yesterday's program what's wrong with america remaining america and of course that's the objective of the people currently protesting say getting rid of ice or whatever they want to transform and change america so i would suggest everybody fly your flag tomorrow be american go out and just do what you would normally be inclined to do but don't be intimidated and deploying the flag don't be intimidated by any patriotic activity because you never know the impact it's going to have on people these facts in that harvard survey were not just outward some of them were subliminal you never know where this this kind of influence can take place but i just wanted to remind everybody that if those plans that you have tomorrow include such outward even even the writing of fireworks in the left doesn't like that because that could lead to climate change in forest fires in the number of things we stopped for thinking there's literally very little it happens on independence day that liberals celebrate and want to be part of how you doing fox grades are have you hear telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two.
"some years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Okay tomorrow's a fourth of july i know everybody knows but here's what you may not remember there was a harvard study i had this some years ago greetings america's anchorman and i'm here remember that serbia from harvard fourth of july just wanted to own independence day celebrations tend to make people feel more republican emma same survey had the same dave about the flag that that the flag flying along with all the traditional social behavior that takes place in the fourth july tends to promote feelings of the republican party people obviously are motivated toward patriotic love of country themes and ideas and it really struck home with me because it it also had the counterpart that this kind of activity angered democrats flying the flag engaging in traditional independence day fourth of july behavior and if you doubted it then why did you should not doubt it now i made a point on yesterday's program what's wrong with america remaining america and of course that's the objective of the people currently protesting say getting rid of ice or whatever they want to transform and change america so i would suggest everybody fly your flag tomorrow be american go out and just do what you would normally be inclined to do but don't be intimidated into flying the flag don't be intimidated by any patriotic activity because you never know the impact it's going to have on people these facts in that harbored survey we're not just outward some of them were subliminal you'd never know where this this kind of influence can take place but i just wanted to remind everybody that if those plans that you have tomorrow include such outward even even the writing of fireworks in the left doesn't like that because that can lead to climate change and forest fires in the number of things we stop and think of there's literally very little that happens on independence day that liberals celebrate and want to be part of how you doing fox grades are have you hear telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two.
"some years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It was recalling we're talking with hank roth and we're taking calls one eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six talking about the plight of athletic directors and coaches these days twenty hank guys remember some years ago i was the head coach at emerson college baseball and there was some sort of bang bang play in the game late in the game and obviously i was angry is a call had gone against my team and i was going sort of face to face with the home plate empire trying to watch what i was saying but at some point i said you know i'll make sure i said i'll make sure you'll never work any of my games ever again this happened to be during a playoff situation too and of course we lost the game twenty four hours later we will new game and guess what say so fortunately he you know he understood what i was just angry and upset at the moment but yeah so we we shook hands and had a smile on my face we wanted was fine but that's you know that's that's the expected when it happens in the course of the heat of battle but it's it's all different when you get to the point of making serious threats are using bad language or whatever so just a quick story i had a an empire who i respected greatly and thought he was a good official but he made a bad play thank play at the plate cost me a game and actually the league championships i following him out to the parking lot with a baseball in my hand and i said you see this this is a baseball catcher dropped the ball and you didn't you didn't see it i felt stupid i drove home i felt badly phone i called them and real and apologized he calls me back about a week later said i just got a new pair of glasses that's funny let's let's move on let's go to let's go to vernon right here in manhattan vernon good morning you're on the fan ramona how you guys doing good how are you vernon.
"some years ago" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"Minivan here from working together some years ago and the david penguin points out the exact moment in that and i thought buddy how you guys you're so close to a story that so few people need to know and a story that i'm trying to rewrite the undercover up history and truth pirates and help redraw them from the rogues that we think they are to the role models that things should be so i want to fill in the gaps misconceptions running when you turned up today i said would you like a cup of tea oh and butler roman straight lay you put me you put me right yeah yeah on a mission i'm on a mission i think a strange thing why is it that these kind of violent murderous thieves of history are acceptable fafsa children's parties you wouldn't have a pablo escobar party for a six year old or anything else because there's a really confusing history around them the truth is i'm i'm arguing the truth is that these guys belong in working class history in the same places that levels in the grand arc of history possibly even on a on a on a spectrum with the suffragettes or the civil rights movement which is a big claim i'm i'm aware don't tell us by will thanks very much i'm just gonna took into one of these biscuits that you've baked you pirates attack is heart attack heart attack and i want to play that game because there is a lottery in pirates there was some peg legs and there were some hooks because there was a very difficult and damaging business they're in but they were no planks for example that was entirely made up by robert louis stevenson one hundred years after the event and there was chaos and there was anneke and there was wrong of course but the interesting and important thing for two thousand eighteen for for generation looking out to certain uncertainty and a distinct lack of imagination a leadership level is a generation the millennials of the hour who took responsibility accountability themselves and rejected the rules of society a broken and unfair society and self serving establishment and they wrote them and that's the distinction every single in the paris did that we know for them to be rebellious they replace those rules with something better more innovative and more fair so we're pirates young then average age of the parents was twenty eight.
"some years ago" Discussed on WLOB
"Jimin kim some years ago i guess it was early nineteen eighties i was looking enough to read a phd monograph about hemp in the economy and basically the the writer of the monograph described that one third of the american economy was based upon him that even while we were a colony of britain britain demanded that each colony produce a certain amount of him because it was so important in this this actually goes to that earlier caller of how many different things were made of it there was high quality cloth there was burlap there was you know like rough cloth that you would use for you know like burlap bags as well as somewhat fine cloth there was there were oils there it was when you think about cattle and horses the silage of the average food that they ate it was very high in protein and that alone produced about one third of the that was about one third of the one third because silage good quality protein and it's it's good to hear the texas is reconsidering it because when when you look at some of the key parts of the country that are half desert now eastern kansas the the plains of kansas you or ski well western kansas and eastern colorado are almost all desert now because they've just been beaten down by the sun and the cattle eight all of the native grasses off in hamp would actually be very useful out there to to get some shade in there and get some of the natives reestablished when you start looking at the idea that you know rain in america is just running right into the creeks and arroyo's and running right down to the sea and it doesn't have a chance to get back into the soil in the aquifers help is very needed to it's a fast growing plant it'll it'll withstand a lot of erosion and the the very idea that we could actually do a lot to relieve global warming simply by getting fast growing green plant in there so that the the natives could get reestablished and one other thing quickly the state of.
"some years ago" Discussed on KKAT
"By the mid 60s postarrest with no history of our family and um that filled the business were late 1880s because of his failing health he foldup to the employees that you want them to have control of their future in what bother walked him some years ago he never got to enjoy it and that's what they really do mmm people will say well let's 80 percent today you know it's about forty percent but what they don't understand is the massive increase in state taxes the massive expensive federal state local regulations all kinds of sales taxes that didn't exist before i mean the tax burden is enormous even today what what what it does if you are a former morbid were regularly hightax with liquor type with the milliondollar pact what you didn't hear it about your cash he inherited building machinery and into the memorial nonliquid assets and we'll from help and kirkwood structure to fight it but it is literally killed him in he should've shutter the that that would fail we face orbit faith in this country would make it into the situation when it gets irritated with the ear tag merit what are here this is part of the problem with this populist stuff isn't it because you get this this class warfare stuff is an outgrowth of populism is it non it absolutely work and it absolutely is in our tax policy as a populist tax policy it's called progressivism progressivism is populism the least populism predated progressivism and then progress the progressives devour the populace i'm just telling you the history in the the dateline and so when people say i'm a populist i think what they mean is the the congress ought to represent its voters but that's very different that's why i talk about americanism that nationalism not populism or constitutional conservatism so we remember that we're republic that we've unalienable rights that property rights matter and property rights that's much as physical that's my property that's my right you know the land you're on although it certainly that but it's also what you are so the government supposed to take what it needs to to conduct its its legitimate functions not to take money from you to give it to but he else to redistribute wealth on on levels at that.
"some years ago" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"I i'm they're blowing live i am i'm almost wanting to read the book math world war i think you should and let me tell you an and then our home what i'd word about it with some years ago and i was in a day at a little theater down founded it started more edel that didn't think anything about it and on the way home army that came up on a flash flood acquainted overflowed cars were floating on the median uh i probably shouldn't have tried this but i do hit the in my little the five had water over the paris and that can throw at night luckily made it when i got home the next day the first thing i through a needle in the car in the trunk and that's over twenty years ago that they'll area a needle in the trunk amac well you the those swimming doodles those leticia devices you never know anything like that could certainly come in handy and what the i would add read it before before jettas response would be uh do you have kids grads kids ben eliezer nabiolo but who you are do you must have breads at leads to have only lately let me take hotel you have a lot worse than given them a copy of freddie the broadcaster of the flash flood abdullah said well hopefully my daughter has grandchildren i did pillar i'm not old enough to have guy entailed urban other at ago the you have great grandchildren even better janice well i mean i'm glad that you're okay i mean those types of situations i'm sure are terrifying and i'm sure that ireland would at least hope that if you're going to experience something like that again that you don't try to travel across a flooded at i got a good idea rita trust me on this and i have done the same thing reid is done i have done it in the past and i made it but there have been some scary moments and one of them involved the car actually shifting it'd be it didn't turn completely sideways but it turned about like a forty five degree angle and i realize how little control i had now i got lucky but i don't do that anymore so good luck to you read it thank you for your call one eight six six five oh jimbo one eight six six five five four six two six.
"some years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Yes ma'am um so some years ago but i will now a little more than four are a little less them i've been my undergroud out of berry celebrated in a very coated fast one on my mind but at the time was that i want to finish school that quickly fought with our money unfortunately it a quake wants to the longer and uh i graduated into the financial crisis of two thousand eight and then subsequently have decided be my mouth um i've had a quite i i graduated from an upward about than upwards of one hundred thousand could along the my mother co sign up for my undergroud both of the food along i have about half of them well i have not been good to have her relief of cofounder because in the back of my mind for all year i always had the fear that what happens if i can't make the payment and my mother still to them another bone rick tried to have them removed from her name by leaping by completing now look now in the half are really via the cold honor belief application i was rejected had probably only um because well not apply wherever a large crowd of bought a house fear as well um so it it was interesting velde that um i was rejected mba specified that uh i could not um um uh this view of e the rejection and prevent a additional credit check from occurring because i definitely apparently time to be forward as possible i accidentally included only my income as opposed to my wife and my boy at the height of bested so was your question about the process of applying again to get your moms name can olsen yes bad and really it back to the first i've had a significant elite and if you will five lender in order for meat because it would have a hormone an additional credit say which for me it's not a nonstarter i would prefer that they allow me to amend the application and they can consider my collective income post my individual income but the policy not do that all right now said well thank you for that background and maria logistics to hearing nelson story what's your advice for him right now about how to manage this oh yeah good luck so so yeah i wanna one one of the things that we run into rate when you look at like the consumer financial yet the the cfpb.
"some years ago" Discussed on You Must Remember This
"The tip paraded informants says spelled s ez gene seeberg is four months pregnant by ray hewitt known as masai and identified as president black panther minister of education informants says she has said she plans to have the baby the note was delivered to the paper's offices and passed to haber with a note from her editor bill thomas who confirmed that the information came from quote a pretty good source on may 19th nineteen seventy haber ran a blind item in her column headlined miss a rates as expectant mother here is the item in full let tests call her miss a because she's the current aid topic of chatter among the ends of international showbiz circles she is beautiful and she is blonde miss a came to hollywood some years ago with a tantalising flavor of a basket of fresh picked berries the critics picked at her acting debut and in time a handsome european picked her for his wife after they married miss a lived in semiretirement from the us movie scene but recently she burst forth as the star of a multimilliondollar musical meanwhile the outgoing miss a was pursuing a number of freespirited causes among them the the lack revolution she lived what she believed which raised a few establishment eyebrows not because her escorts were often blacks but because they were black nationalists and now according to all those really in international sources topic a is the baby miss a is expecting and it's father.
"some years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of a percent the veteran the individual stock picking days part of the charm was getting an early on a new company that you thought you had the insight to see the says more potential in the rest of the market that switching to it's not like the ipo rage of some years ago not releasing you know twenty years ago there were close to seventy five hundred publicly traded stocks today we're down to about thirty six hundred so half of all publicly traded companies in the united states have disappeared the rise of socalled private equity funds or buyout funds has withdrawn a whole lot of traditionally publicly listed companies from the stock market and without a steady supply of ipo's to replace those listings the choices that are available to investors have really shrunk now it's worth remembering that most i pio's do not perform very well so having that opportunity taken away from you might not be that great an opportunity cost but it's also true that i mean lubar is not the best example by media company like airbnb or there's any number of others we could them privately held let him by the socrates yep exactly so those gains as those companies grow and become more profitable aren't being shared yet with the general public now companies like td ameritrade and scott trade and they merged but they will say that somebody still likes to pick their individual stocks is not dead no it's not dead i think what many individual in vestager's are doing is they're putting the bulk of their assets in index fund sore exchangetraded funds and then the error taking a little bit of play money and they're putting at that into a handful of stocks may be apple a net flakes that's not.
"some years ago" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Okay so don't worry the thing is that that somebody's opinion but what happens is that there is a steady that says that one is good for you then there's a steady is is wine is not good for you there's a study that says coconut oil is good for you then there's a study that this coconut oil is not good for you but guess what you know what is i think an absolute tooth tequila is really good for you i guess you must be had some years ago like the miracle drink okay let me finish let me get why they need to explain to you about tequila tequila has like i think it didn't even have calories if you drink blood's got to have some kelly's because it's made out of decently sugar but it's really really healthy and i want them to do a study on tequila to find out like what the risks are because honestly that that is i think the miracle drink all right the last paragraph of this aditorial sums it up the problem with today's unnecessarily scary reports is usually not the same scientists suggesting elevated risks or these two tests are the statisticians crunching the numbers it's how these risks and numbers are reported it's the job of journalists to interpret these findings for general lawyers nonscientists meanwhile would do well to arm themselves with some basic understanding what studies and reports are really saying okay she writes as for me i shall continue drinking wine moderately of course well moderation is everything and i you know that is just like somebody's opinion because in a what i can read to you you know this guy dr mer cola who who writes about all these like healthy things he says that dino the opposite of the coconut oil controversy i mean everybody's got their own opinion so you just have to be in charge of your own health and and know what is you.
"some years ago" Discussed on WCTC
"Of the new jersey clean energy for the environmental defence fun he says the next governor could rejoin a group of northeast states that banded together to reduce greenhouse gases along with the encouraging more investment in offshore wind farms that was that reggie that regional greenhouse gas initiative that though a lot of the northeast state so all sort of had a deal at a packed but governor christie back this out of it that happened some years ago uh she said jersey has incredible opportunities to help combat climate change by relatively adopting policies at the state level to encourage and develop a robust clean economy that will create jobs and lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions a lot of this has to do with whatever donald trump says today it really does uh senator bob menendez involved in this is something that's been brave by political debate topic for a number of years now whether it's a global warming and the polar ice caps are melting in in of things that are changing as a result of of may a un activity on our planet is which bringing about this unprecedented change and conversely there's some people that politically say well you know what it just the it's cyclical every plane goes through this we just happened to be in a period where things are shrinking there could be generations down the road where all of a sudden the polar caps come back because a little be a tremendous a to a drive in the other direction greenhouse gases emissions carbon exhaust ozone aerosol cans you blame anything you want but it's a heavily political politicized topic and it's not going to change it really isn't going to change chelsea with donald trump has to say three o'clock an owed three o'clock eastern twelve noon pacific i know they'll be in the rose garden and we're going to see if this is going to be if the united states will remain as part of his paris agreement or not he's got his reasons for backing us out and has to do with the coal industry in an a just kind of creating jobs and an and energy resources energy questions of course and energy concerns here in the united states are the main teo but will know will know this afternoon at three we shall see.