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Mike Gallagher Podcast
John Catsimatidis: People Want to Hear Pres. Trump, Not Biden
"John, it feels like the whole country's talking about the town hall last night and Trump's performance. Do you think his good night makes it tougher to for desantis to emerge? It got even better this morning. The president was on with Sid Rosenberg this morning at 8 o'clock. Right. And the ratings were like double or triple with their normally are. Wow. And people just tuned in. People want to hear it because they know that President Biden is not doing a great job for our country. A lot of our allies. A lot of, look, India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia hates The White House right now. We're losing Brazil. Well, losing election kina. We're going to lose the free world. What was it on your old James Bond movie? Specter. Well, there's a new Specter run by China and Russia. And they're gathering up everybody else. And the free world is not going to be free unless we have the right leadership in Washington. And that's the important thing.
AP News Radio
Chernobyl anniversary rouses specter of Ukraine nuke threat
"A Chernobyl anniversary rouses the specter of a current Ukraine nuclear threat. President volodymyr zelensky is using the 37th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster to repeat his warnings about the potential threat of a new atomic catastrophe in Ukraine. Amid his country's war with Russia, zelensky draws a parallel between the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on April 26th, 1986 to Moscow's brief seizure of the plant, and its radiation contaminated exclusion zone following the invasion, Russian forces have also been stationed at Ukraine's zapper region nuclear power plant since capturing the site early in the war. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Ronald Reagan: Fight or Surrender
"I want you to listen to this if you would There's a lot to discuss today with the different grand juries and so forth But I thought I would start with this This comes off a recent Levin TV Cut 17 go Let's set the record straight There's no argument over the choice between peace and war But there's only one guaranteed way you can have peace and you can have it in the next second Surrender Admittedly there's a risk in any course we follow other than this But every lesson of history tells us that the greater risk lies in appeasement and this is the Specter our well meaning liberal Friends refuse to face That their policy of accommodation is appeasement And it gives no choice between peace and war only between fight or surrender If we continue to accommodate continue to back and retreat The eventually we have to face the final demand the ultimatum and what this The weird thing about Republicans particularly conservatives is we have real heroes Who believed in liberty and fought for it And who fought the so called establishment and one of the greatest of the greats was Ronald Reagan And I find the more that I mention Reagan his foreign policy is domestic policy the more he and I come under attack And I think it's because we have not exclusively but too many younger Republicans who are relying on government Government intervention they're becoming they call themselves populists and populists actually run a candidate in 1876 And he was a socialist Because when you apply populism to things you're applying majority rule
Is Credit Suisse the Next Banking Domino?
"Right Friends, today we are talking about the same thing that everyone in traditional markets is talking about, which is Credit Suisse. Bloomberg's headline Blair's Credit Suisse and fight to win back confidence as shares plunge. And that headline has recently been updated to the even scarier Credit Suisse ignites global market route as banking fears return. So what's going on is Credit Suisse the next domino is it a big nothing burger? Is it something totally different, but it doesn't matter that it's totally different because all people here is bank failure and they get scared, let's dive in. So Credit Suisse has been looking shaky for a while. It's in the midst of a larger restructuring process by which its investment banking division will be spun out and the bank will focus just on its wealth management division. This is actually its second big strategic pivot in the last two years and obviously in the world of banking, that sort of bobbing and weaving isn't necessarily something investors get too excited about. To say nothing of course of depositors. Now right now, the specter of Silicon Valley bank is hanging not only over Credit Suisse, but the whole banking sector. This is despite the fact that Credit Suisse's leadership says there's no comparison, and that the bank trying to get back to profitability after changing its strategy has nothing to do with the extreme liquidity issues of smaller U.S. banks. However, this morning markets were further roiled when the chairman of the Saudi national bank, which is Credit Suisse's biggest shareholder, said that they would not be investing any more money into the beleaguered bank. The chairman of the Saudi national bank said that the biggest reason is just regulatory and statutory reasons that prevent them from boosting their share beyond the just under 10% they own now. Now as prosaic that might be, it obviously still wasn't good news. CSS shares were down as much as 29% hitting a new all time low. They're one year default swaps are also in a distress zone currently sitting around 18 X, the one year CDS for UBS, and 9 X for Deutsche Bank. Now, all in all, there are two big and quite different interpretations of what's going on. Investor in China perma bear, Kyle bass writes the recent collapse of SVB, signature bank, and silvergate bank was a warmup of larger things to come outside of U.S. borders. Credit Suisse's 5 year insurance against default has gone parabolic this morning, given their capital structure they now have three weeks or less to be sold.
The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"specter" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"I can hear you Joe. Yeah, I was just saying that the issue become the issue starts with MBS because if MBS is considered high quality liquid assets, then you can borrow MBS, which creates perverse incentives in the real estate market and that is the problem. The problem is if you can get money good MBS, you're effectively nationalizing housing. Or you mean borrow it gets the MBS all upset that they have, which is slowly also going bad if you realize it right now. Yeah, every credit instrument flows from mostly from the ten year, right? So if it is the ten year yields are going higher, then all MBS is the value of those securities is going lower. Yeah, Joe, well, look, I agree with that. But I just don't see why it makes the whole thing bad. Here's why I see it as moral hazard, right? They go into the swindle and they borrow against their MBS and against their US Treasury that would go down if they have to market to market them. And now they suddenly get this one
The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"specter" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"And the next time I go skiing at Aspen, I'll ask them if they take Bitcoin at the ticket counter, but you got to do the same thing the next time you go to your private Gucci Shelly. He so much. That's hilarious. Okay, so yeah, I hear that about the in the cash cash societies or areas cash rich physical cash risk. I do think that a lot of them are like there's still going to prefer cash outside of the chance of being dropped apart, but there's going to be a cash so they could let's just skew the tax taxable and come a little lower. They might forget to include some of the cash conveniently. Yeah, they might forget to include some of the Bitcoin over the lining too though. Yeah, they might worry that because it's digital. It's easier. Like unless they understand it. They might worry that it's easier to try. Maybe until. So. Bitcoin is in the area. Yeah, which might make it easier for the IRS to track. Wow if you get off of there. The inept individuals in our government agencies. I don't think so. I mean, these people, these people are idiots. Well, that and then also, not all the other. The other thing is. I wouldn't be surprised if legislation comes down that makes small purchases of Bitcoin tax free in the next couple of years as Bitcoin kind of goes to this next wave of adoption. Because it costs more to try to track it down in those small amounts than it is in the revenue that they gave. Good morning, Paul. He looks like you want to ask this. Yeah, so if it's small amounts. That's small bird. So if you're a merchant and you don't do much volume, maybe the government doesn't care that much, because you're not listening real revenue. So that's why it seemed that at scale it doesn't seem like Bitcoin is going to scale even with saps and lightning and all that seems difficult for it to scale as payments in the U.S. as MLE mean a bit of exchange anytime real soon. It's so competitive in payments. I was just going to add and I know some folks here in Florida that are working on some payment options over lightning. Block spaces has working on a backend software for a POS system. So that it would automate the accounting of accepting Bitcoin payments.
Tim Graham: NPR Promotes “The Communist Manifesto” in 2023
"NPR National pubic radio promotes the communist manifesto in 2023 by Tim Graham I listen to this it is unbelievable Absolutely unbelievable He says it's entirely predictable even inevitable that public broadcasting would favor socialism Actually Marxism and all its programming but it's a little more surprising when it openly touts the communist manifesto Since I'm a conservative go out and for punishment he says I was driving on the highway on Sunday morning listening to that national pubic radio distributed program on the media with host Brooke gladstone The brickster A longtime fixture at NPR it's a woman Was predictable when she chatted with socialists and Naomi orchis About their mutual loathing of free market fundamentalism Free market fundamentalism But the next segment was even worse My jaw dropped Gladstone gushed that since 1847 Karl Marx and Frederick engels had offered refuge inspiration and argument So many arguments still she oozed Like Hamlet's ghost the manifestos both in possible and imperative in its call for action Oh they're so poetic Then she introduced British author China Melville Whose 2022 book a specter haunted is she said a non fiction rumination on that stalwart text The communist manifesto is crap Everything marks predicted Is wrong
TIME's Top Stories
"specter" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Opted for a muted, dual track strategy of providing arms to Ukraine's military, while pounding Russia's economy with crippling sanctions. When asked about the potential of Putin using chemical or tactical nuclear weapons during a 60 minutes interview on September 18th, Biden replied, don't, don't, don't. You will change the face of war unlike anything, since World War II. Although remote, Pentagon and intelligence officials believe the most likely nuclear scenario would be if faced with overwhelming conventional military force that pushed the Ukraine advance into Russian territory, Putin could reach for a smaller tactical nuke. His goal would be to intimidate the Ukrainian government and force the U.S. and its allies to back away from the conflict if nuclear Holocaust loomed above it. No one wins an all out nuclear war, Russia's theory holds, but a single smaller detonation might be devastating enough to bring an adversary like Ukraine to its knees. And scary enough to deter the U.S. from launching a tit for tat response that could kill thousands, if not millions. The nuclear bombs that the U.S. dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 produced the equivalent of 15,000 tons to 25,000 tons of TNT, a tactical nuclear weapons detonation power can equal these amounts or just a fraction. 1000 tons of TNT are less. Putin has invested heavily in these weapons, and boasts an estimated 2000 tactical nukes featuring varying yields and delivery platforms, according to U.S. intelligence estimates. Russia's tactical nuclear arsenal, including anti ship missiles, torpedoes, and cruise missiles have been updated with greater accuracy, longer ranges, and lower yields to suit their potential war fighting role, according to U.S. assessments. Not since the Cold War has the specter of nuclear weapons loomed so large. From the 1960s through the 1980s, the U.S. and the Soviet Union, each arrayed tens of thousands of nuclear warheads, targeting every major city and industrial asset inside one another's countries. What kept them in check, and what continues to is the expectation that if one side launched a nuclear strike, it will have to deal with the devastating repercussions. The theory, known as mutually assured destruction, is what military planners have banked upon since the dawn of the atomic age. The two sides gradually drew down the numbers of weapons through various treaties, designed to limit the spread of nuclear arms. The current linchpin agreement, called the new strategic arms reduction treaty or start, limits the U.S. and Russia each to 1550 deployed nuclear warheads. Strategic weapons deployed in missile silos, submarines, and intercontinental bombers. However, the treaty does not apply to smaller, non strategic warheads. Both nations are free to amass as many tactical weapons as they desire.
TIME's Top Stories
"specter" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"This is not a bluff. Putin raises specter of nuclear weapons following battlefield losses by W J Hennigan. After a series of losses on the battlefield in eastern Ukraine, Russian president Vladimir Putin issued an ambiguous, yet ominous threat to use a nuclear weapon. If the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will, without a doubt, use all available means to protect Russia and our people. He said Wednesday in a nationally televised speech. This is not a bluff. Since he ordered the invasion of Ukraine on February 24th, Putin has routinely reminded the world that Moscow's nuclear arsenal is the world's largest. He has publicly placed Russia's nuclear forces on special combat readiness alert, held high profile nuclear drills and issued veiled threats to use a nuclear weapon if any nation gets in the way of his goal to overthrow the government in Kyiv. All of these moves have thus far appeared to be primarily for show. U.S. intelligence says yet to observe changes in the posture of Russia's strategic arsenal, but the prospect of the world's most powerful weapon can not be disregarded. And Putin's latest statement appeared to expand the realm of scenarios in which he says he might launch one. The Biden administration has formed a team of experts to strategize responses if Russia does the unthinkable. Experts inside and outside the government still believe it's highly unlikely Putin would ever go nuclear over Ukraine, but the fear is he might, particularly if the Russian invasion continues to run into stiff resistance and debilitating strategic setbacks. Putin could launch a limited nuclear strike, or the demonstration of one out of desperation, say intelligence officials.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Zelensky Knows What's Good for His Country, Do We?
"Ukraine president zelensky made an impassioned appeal to Congress to impose a no fly zone over Ukraine. Kind of up the American and western and NATO involvement in the war. And he was very well received, kind of a standing ovation, not just the Democrats, so fair number of Republicans as well. And zelensky was pretty shrewd. He kind of tapped all the right chords. He invoked 9 11, Pearl Harbor, quoted Martin Luther King. And after it was over, the Biden policy toward Ukraine appeared to be, well, pretty much the same. And so you had this specter of reporters. These kind of metrosexual reporters calling on Biden to do more and one of the kind of consistent themes is, well, zelensky knows what's good for his country, why aren't you just doing what he says? Doesn't he understand the situation on the ground better? Isn't he the world's expert so to speak on Ukraine? And the question of the presumptive answer to that question is, yes, he is. But that's really not the question before us. Obviously he knows what he needs. He knows what he wants. He knows what's good for his country, but this might be a little different from what we need. It might be a little different from what we can afford. It might be different from what we are prepared to do or what's good for our country. In other words, it is up to us to assess the level of commitment that we want to make, and also the risks that we want to take.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Biden Falsely Claims All Segregations Were Republicans
"And listened to Joe Biden's speech in Georgia, the devil went down to Georgia and it was Biden railing about segregation. He's railing about the specter of segregationist George Wallace, the originator of the notorious phrase segregation now segregation tomorrow, segregation forever. And Biden left the clear impression that these segregationists could all be found in the Republican Party and his idea was let's not continue this horrible Republican tradition of segregation. A Biden didn't say all that, but he implied it. And he did name specifically the segregationist and he named Wallace, in particular, but what he didn't tell you is that the segregationists were his buddies. Biden earlier boasted that earlier in his career boasted that he knows these guys, they were great guys. He worked with them. He found common cause with them. They actually regarded him as as a kind of protege. So interestingly, all of this has now become a race, not just with Biden himself doing it, but with the media sort of colluding in it. And what Biden also didn't tell you is that the segregationists were Democrats, and this goes all the way back to the aftermath of the Civil War, the very people. The Brennan center has put out a long list of civil rights bills that were blocked by segregationists, but again, the Brennan center that's left wing organization doesn't tell you that those segregationists were Democrats. They were Democrats to the core. There's virtually one or two examples of a segregationist Democrat who became a Republican Strom Thurmond is an example of one who did, but when Thurman became a Republican he wasn't promoting segregation at all. Now what about George Wallace? Well, George Wallace was a Democrat. He was a segregationist. He briefed the left the Democratic Party to run as an independent, he thought it might be a better way for him to try to get to the presidency. But when that failed, interestingly he didn't become a Republican. He became he went right back to the Democratic Party. He stayed a Democrat until his death. So this is the point that you get the false teaching here and the false implication from the left that these segregationists became Republicans, and the fact of the matter is the vast vast majority of them stayed loyal Democrats right into the graves.
AP News Radio
Federal court declines to lift stay on vaccine mandate
"A federal appeals court is keeping in place it's halt to the by did ministrations vaccine mandate for businesses with one hundred or more workers the fifth circuit court of appeals in New Orleans rejected the government's arguments for lifting the emergency state the court imposed last week lawyers for the labor and justice department argued stopping the vaccine mandate from taking the fact that large companies will prolong the pandemic and caused dozens even hundreds of lives every day but judge Kurt Engelhardt wrote from economic uncertainty to workplace strife the mere specter of the mandate has contributed to untold economic upheaval and that this day is firmly in the public interest at least twenty seven states have filed legal challenges after
Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth
"specter" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth
"Men is becoming unusual towards his desires causing the birth of various epidemics in the world. Then when desire extraordinary desire has conceived it gives birth to sin fornication and adulteration and sin when it is full grown brings forth death aids. james chapter. One verse is fifteen and sixteen. Do not be deceived. Evil company corrupts good habits awake to righteousness and do not sin for some. Do not have the knowledge of god. I speak this to your shame. First corinthians chapter fifteen versus thirty three and thirty four god is analyzing the behavior of humans in his words for even their women exchanged the natural us for what is against nature likewise also the men leaving lust for one and other men with men committing what is shameful homosexuality and receiving in themselves. The penalty various diseases of their era. Which was do romans one colon. Twenty six twenty eight people nowadays not content with their heterosexual way of letting out there libido trying to quench the sexual fest by having sex with animals dishonoring their body's filled with lusts in their hearts so god commands them. You shall not lie with a male is with a woman. It is an abomination. Nor shall you met with any beast to defile yourself with it. Not sure any woman stand before beast to make with it. It is a perversion. Do not defile yourselves with any of these things for by all. These nations are defiled which i am costing out before you live at kaz chapter eighteen verses twenty two to twenty four the man who commits adultery. With another man's wife he who commits adultery. With his neighbor's wife the adultery and the adulterous shall surely be put to death. Eight oh man lies with a male as he lays a woman both of them shall surely be put to death it a man males with a beast he shall surely be put to death and you shall kill the beast leviticus. Chapter twenty versus ten to sixteen cursed is the one who lies with any kind of animal. Deuteronomy chapter twenty seven verse twenty one god was stringent towards all these wickedness among men and he orders them three thousand seven hundred years ago to hamper their expansion by holding the threat of death. This nature among people must be objected but many countries have made laws towards their citizens for enjoying more free sex in fifty nine god in his mighty book states. Do you know that. The neither phony kate nor adulterers nor homosexuals will not inherit the kingdom of god. I corinthians chapter six verses nine and ten now the body is not for sexual immorality but for the lord and the lord.
Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth
"specter" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth
"They soon on these conditions. This deadly virus has been engulfing the human race by making a compact standing the human body proliferating all over the body ruining it. Many countries in the world have made regulations in their countries to enjoy sex through free sex red light areas et cetera. The entire world has become prey in the hands of this death. Defying disease making human beings into ashes. A blazing fire now. The world is indulged. In having sex between two men and two women a man and woman men and an animal costing their lives for the sake of short-term glee man enticed with his bundle of needs is not satisfied until he looks for a new paradise in this hazardous and hectic journey man has become more whimsical and haughty in his nature resulting in great clamour all commotion which is now the most modern situation in the world man is tussling with this dreadful epidemic from years ago but his still in vain in this uncertain situation let us hear the verdict of the bible regarding the origin source and birth of aids god. His loved his children from the beginning. He wanted them to abide by his orders. All commandments. nothing. Other than the bible god with his foresight saw the future and the human nature and commanded with fewer regulations that could provide him a state of tranquility hundreds and thousands of years ago. He made some regulations which binds every man. It is good for a man not to marry but since there is so much immorality each man should have his own wife not wives and each woman her own husband not husband. The wife spotty does not belong to her alone but also taught her husband in the same way. The husband's body does not belong to him alone but also to his wife. First corinthians chapter seven verses one to four our world is a superb work made by gaunt which fulfills the needs of millions of people who are inheriting it. God created everything that man needs. He created plenty of food to meet man's hunger oceans to quench his thirst women and men for their desire of variety of tastes colors fragrances. And many more. God ordered man to accomplish all his desires. Rationally and legitimately this doesn't mean that if a man is hungry he should live on human flesh. If thirsty to take intoxicants and vicious liquors feels like having sex to mate with plenty of women other than his wife. Man was made wise of them beasts not to behave like them but to have dominance over them and to set proper his ways. Our god is so mindful of the relationship between husband and wife. He wants to exclude himself between them when they are in need of each other do not deprive one another except with consent for time that she may give yourselves to fasting and prayer and come together again so that satan does not tempt to because of your lack of self control. First corinthians chapter seven verse five. God has given paramount priority towards this relationship because he treats it honorable and the bed. I'm defiled hebrews. Thirteen to four. When god has made marriage sacred nowadays has been treated as a partnership agreement for a certain period and can be broken at any time leading many contacts between various men and women all over.
Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"specter" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Yeah i think most fans would agree with that. And i he said i'm gonna go out having a british background too. Yeah and i think it tells the crucial video grounds although fleming because he likes sean connery so much when he wrote the last couple of things. He gave them a scottish background. Quintessentially english gentlemen in any ways. James bond in effect really has doesn't have an english background. He's right he's a swift scottish. He's not english at all. Yeah which is why he retreats the sky fall. You know so. Yeah so that was fleming's nod to Sean connery which he he. We didn't like in the in the first doctor. No when he was feeling like us. Not the guy and then he. He loved them in from russia with love. He thought i. This is the guy. Actually when you're talking about the the treatment of women. There was a article in may of two thousand nineteen or phoebe. Waller bridge made this comment. She says it has just got to grow just as to evolve..
Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"specter" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Of course yes mission. Impossible movies and they were really setting a new standard in early. Two thousand four action cinema and bond. I think it was really getting to catch up with casino. Royale follows diana today. The first of the craig's films and it's an origin story That's something we've never had. The i write novels fleming rhode and really it was just that recent recently that they got the rights to do productions the rights to casino royale. Remember the spook having. Yeah whenever it was had been gone now. They got him so. Yeah yeah yeah. Ian fleming sold the rights Independently separately yeah way back in the nineteen fifties and there was actually a tv version native as nineteen fifty four. Mary nelson yeah arrest. So what so. They were quite excited to get the rights back because it was the first novel. Your first stephen fleming james novel i think that was also a reason why the producers just started to go in a completely direction. Hire new actor who he is as you probably remember will was a very controversial choice at the time He's not a conventionally. Handsome fellow in many ways ever charismatic. As is used as an actor little shorter than we're used to as well and launder on here is that was controversial. But the key thing the key takeaway with casino royale was very much reinvention of the bond formula. It's very much an origin story. Very much in the manner of christopher nolan's batman so two thousand and five number that in the whole black and white credit sequence in casino royale is really very much. heavily influenced like different than two thousand five batman film which was itself in origin story. Right and casino begins begins his five arc. it's going to culminate with no time to die. This films had some issues getting out absolutely. Yeah exactly exactly but with casino. Royale introduced to things that i think are really quite key to the craig era. One is that it provided bond with his tragic orphan. Back story that it's played out through all four of the craig's we've seen so far right it is also and i think this is the influence of Born in mission impossible it also introduced a grittier more grounded sensibility. Yes back to the bombing roots. Yeah i mean that's how fleming yeah. Yeah but they also did something else. That really isn't present in fleming. At least i would argue this. And it's certainly not very prison in the earlier pre- craig on films and that is. They introduced a more emotional more. Psychologically realistic yes. James bond yes and that is very interesting. I very much applaud them in their choice of doing that. Not how successful. That has been as we've seen it through the four films we've seen so far is a very interesting question and i think. Open to debate..
AP News Radio
Djokovic Beats Last American at US Open to Extend Slam Bid
"Top seed Novak Djokovic has kept his grand slam dream on track but not before seeing off a determined US open fourth round challenge from the Californian Jenson Brooksby the twenty year old wild cat entry dominated the early stages of the match before the world number one finally found his rhythm and paddle to a one six and then six three six two six two victory the took almost three hours was a good finish it wasn't a good start but on an old experienced specter the battle and I got that one and so I'm I'm pleased to overcome it the Senate next takes on the sixty eight Matteo Barrett teeny bad news for the other two remaining Americans in the draw Shelby Rogers and Rania polka buzz losing their fourth round matches I'm Graham like us
How to Detect Ransomware
"Hi kyle thanks for having me. My name is nathan monday. I'm appears candidate at university of florida. I worked in the floridians dude for cybersecurity. Research under professor mocked on uber and my specialization is in hardware security and we look into security solutions which can utilize machine learning so basically. We tried to love machine learning biz harbor security solutions where you said european students. Have you picked your thesis topic entitle yet so basically. I know what i'm supposed to do. The topic is not finalized yet so basically. I'm working on developing machine learning based a secure physical design solutions for side channel attacks. But that does not dispute but is about. This is about something but yeah. My dissertation will be on using machine. Learning to enable the physical design that can allow pre silicon based verification for the guide companies like intel synopsys and for the goldman chips and so on a. Let's very interesting. Maybe we could take a moment there before we get into the paper. That's not something i'm familiar with. Is this new cutting edge stuff for you. Just pushing it forward. So it's a new cutting edge stuff so you must be Fight channel bloomberg is like power side. there was a spectre and meltdown. Right which create a huge buzz because all the interlock addictions wounded. So basically what happens is like all the chips of john manufactured that is like a lot of engineering effort before it gets fabric. It right because once you get a chip. It's like fine lies. You cannot make any modifications to the hardware. So there's like a huge deal verification going on in the background like even before the chip gets fabricated by dmc global foundries right so doing that verification efforts. They tried to make sure that there are no hardware abilities in design right. Such that designers not vulnerable to power side china lizard fault injection attacks and so on
Democracy Now! Audio
Several Olympic Athletes Test Positive for COVID-19
"Least four people. Three of them athletes from the south. African soccer team have tested positive for couvert. Nineteen in tokyo's olympic village ahead of the kickoff of the summer olympics later this week. Meanwhile one of tennis's biggest rising stores seventeen year. Old american coco goth had to bow out of the competition after contracting kovic. Nineteen japanese officials announced earlier today. An unnamed american gymnasts has also tested positive for kofin. No specter's will be spectators will be allowed at the olympics in tokyo. Where there's very low public support for the
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
New Type of Ancient Massive Explosion Explains Mystery Star
"A massive explosion. Ten times more powerful than a supernova being described as a magneto rotational hyper could provide the power to produce one of the most mysterious stars in the galaxy. The star is located some seven thousand. Five hundred lie is away in the halo of the milky way galaxy a supernova is the explosive death of a star a blast so powerful it can outshine in thai galaxy for weeks on end and even more powerful explosion than any supernova is a high turnover oblast generated by the merger of two neutron stars. And these have recently been confirmed as the source of the rapid neutron capture nuclear synthesis process which is thought to forge the periodic tables heaviest elements. But that still mon- enough to explain the levels or types of elements found in the specter of this mysterious star. This unusually strong start destroying blast. The magneto rotational hype over is the most likely explanation for the presence of unexpectedly high amounts of very specific signature element in this inch star. These include zinc uranium europeam and possibly gold all of which seem to have been detected in this extremely primitive star catalogued as sms. S j two double zero three double two point five four minus double one four two zero three point three. It's carrot address in the sky. The star is what's known as a population to star star produced directly out of the elements forged in the explosive core collapse supernovae marking the death of the very first stars in the universe known as population three stars population. Three stars unique. They'll produce directly out of the hydrogen and helium produced in the big bank. Thirteen point eight two billion years ago. They thought they were first. Formed somewhere around three hundred to four hundred million. After the big bang ending the cosmic dark ages and triggering. The epoch of rian is ation the process which made the universe looked away. That's
AP News Radio
California DA Won't Seek New Death Sentence Against Scott Peterson
"A district attorney in California says she won't seek a new death sentence against Scott Peterson who was convicted of killing his pregnant wife in two thousand five the killing of laci Peterson is back in the news because California Supreme Court threw out the death sentence for husband Scott Peterson because potential jurors were improperly dismissed after saying that they opposed to capital punishment that prompted the Stanislaus county district attorney Burkett flattered to announce after speaking with laci's family she won't seek a new sentencing hearing in the case but Scott Peterson could also be facing the prospect of a new trial because of alleged juror misconduct a judge has to decide if that warrant a new trial and if so it could again raise the specter of the death penalty for Peterson convicted of killing his wife who was eight months pregnant around Christmas time two thousand two I'm Jackie Quinn
Command Line Heroes
Shopping for the Web
"This season. We've been unpacking the longest year in tech history. Nineteen ninety five. The year our future began so much started in that time but few changes were more consequential than the advent of online shopping. In just a couple of decades it's grown from a handful of startups to a team of goliaths and we couldn't live without them. But as we'll see the dominance of certain online shops is only partly due to brilliant business maneuvers. Now like i said amazon is not the entirety of commerce but it is the big fish in the pond so let's begin their why in nineteen ninety five did amazon start delivering packages. What made it possible. And what's at founder. Jeff bezos on a path toward shipping billions of packages every year. He immediately understood the whole idea of transferring currency at making trades with this new use of this relatively new technology. The internet robert specter wrote the first book on amazon. It's called amazon dot com. Get big fast and that should tell you something about the amazon origin story. It's a story about capitalizing on a particular moment. Seizing the day in the early nineties. Basil's lived in manhattan. He was making more than a million bucks a year working at a hedge fund that relied on algorithms cutting at the time and it speaks to the sort of business. Basil's believed it. A data driven business and automated business. Meanwhile the hedge funds founder. David shaw adebayo's and a few others to look into this newfangled internet thing see what kind of opportunities were there. So jeff and other people looked at various product categories. In of all things books rose to the top as the most obvious product category. Why books
Roku Channel Adds Quibi Shows
"They listeners. Mike schneider here. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech so mike whatever happened to that video app funny mentioned that i think folks will remember the short live video service that launched in april twenty twenty by former dreamworks animation ceo. Jeffrey katzenberg and former ebay ceo. Meg whitman it got. Its name qube from quick bites or video snacks of eight to twelve minutes ideal for riding the subway or bus or in newburgh or waiting in line unfortunately justice launch the nation shut shutdown with the corona virus and started binging seasons of long form content. So could be shut down six months later in october. Twenty twenty then. In january twenty twenty one roku announced it was acquiring quibbles content for its own growing roku channel and now brokers gonna make a huge chunk of that library thirty shows available may twentieth which roku celebrate to streaming day. That's the day it shipped its first streaming player back in two thousand eight back then. It was called the netflix player by roku because roku he don't know began as a part of netflix and then was spun out of the company. Now some folks have seen this content because qube has more had more than one million downloads tap when it launched initially but for most of this. This is going to be new stuff. One of the shows hashtag free. Ray sean has already won short-form creative arts emmy awards for stars laurence fishburne and jasmine separate jones. There's also show starring sophie. Turner of game of thrones and liam hemsworth of the hunger games and christoph waltz specter. There's also documentaries Called ball and big rad wolf. And there's reality shows. I like christie's court where chrissy teigen presides and the revived punked hosted by chance. The rapper. also. Come into roku this week. A double helping of kevin hart who die.
Dorothy Allison - The Psychic Detective: Hero or Hoax?
"Dorothy psychic powers first manifested when she was a teenager in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine fourteen year old. Dorothy stood at a bakery counter in jersey city new jersey. Her mother had sent her to get some roles for dinner suddenly outside the bakery shop window. She saw a vision of a man's blurry face and the outline of his body when the bakers spoke to dorothy. It was obvious he did notice anything. Only dorothy witnessed the specter but for hours afterwards. She couldn't shake the vague image when dorothy arrived back at home she had another psychic incident before she made it inside. The man's head appeared again this time lying on her front lawn. Dorothy world towards her front door. They're a new image blossomed before her is long. White lillies an ivory crepe hung over the entryway. These were symbols of mourning. The dorothy didn't know anyone who died. She looked back into her yard where she could still see the man's blurry face this time it's features sharpened and suddenly dorothy understood. The head was her father's and he was going to die at the time her fifty year old father was in the hospital with a bad cold. She'd been told it wasn't serious. He was otherwise healthy. But dorothy couldn't shake a feeling of dread just a few days later. George these vision came true. She stayed up waiting for her mother. Abalone add to get home from the hospital when abalone walked in she burst into tears. Dorothy his father had died at bologna herself was a psychic. People from the neighborhood often came to the house to learn their futures when she learned dorothy had predicted her father's death at bologna told her daughter that this power was a gift that sometimes came with the sting.
Seek Outside Podcast
"specter" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Out the access to the outdoors right. I mean the fact that we can be hunting. Elk deer sometimes antelope Grouse we can. We can be fly fishing for native fish. Red band rambos all literally within our office elk on a hill across from our office above the cemetery in ranged three hundred yards. And so i think that there is a huge benefit in in having all of that at an arm's distance and really having more than that right in terms of the outdoor rec side skiing mountain biking trail running mountaineering rock climbing all of that. And that's really what birds first light right is is a couple of guys who were messing around with wool garments in the mountains. Not just hunting really doing other things and bringing that technology and bringing that fabric to hunting and saying hey wools kick ass we love. We love it in september for archery hunting elk also but it can't be yellow. We're going to do that friday. That's really sort of the creation story of our company in its very much centered in in this place and where we are as a company not agree and a mean even though we're kind of out in a bigger city in the desert as far as what really is our main facility It's within three hours of ceo shop. Which i consider that. Put you within a day or weekends drive. We have such a multitude of different terrains. From you know. I mean dennis. He hunts high desert terrain A lot i hunt you know usually up close to timberline The bulk of time And i don't really have that much intention of going to hunt the desert unless desert bighorn sheep or a bird hunting Likewise we can go to moa them four wheel or go over. Numerous mountain passes alpine lakes and rock. Climb do so many different activities. It's quite startling. The value in the is. There's so many different types of terrain we contest in relatively quickly. Yeah yeah i would agree. I'm and i would just argue yet. It is difficult but again you know. I can't see seek outside being born and i'm about to piss more people but you know frankly seek outside or i like it just wouldn't have been born in stanford connecticut in newark new jersey right. I mean no offense places they probably offer many other things. But it's i think it's critical to be irrelevant environment as outdoor recreation company. I don't think. I don't think we've ever seen the need for a hot tint that would bend from mississippi. Yeah you know You know we would have ended up putting her creative creativity more towards swamps and by us and alligator hunting or something you know It would have been totally different. Don't some guy. Mississippi screaming reynolds like i had colorado over year. This is this is the this is two brands. Get together to piss everyone off on social media. We've we've ticked off the orix hunters. We've ticked off the wolf. People who've took off the various different brands and the white tail. The dog writers no And now we're going to took off people in the mid west and south as well. Anyone else we can throw in Yeah no. I think. It's relevant. And i i think maybe bringing this around. That's why specter Our new camera pattern for four white till awning was developed largely in wisconsin and know was arrested across the eastern united states And especially in the in the heartland so to speak in the mid west. Greg lives in wisconsin Fulltime he does he. He does come through the the. Hq his team is. His team is based in the mid west. I think that rips off the same theme to put together a pattern indicating you to put out relevant whitetail product you need to be way tells are worth eastern tells specifically and bring service And that to write to so the the other element so to speak up. Specter's launches the launch of an initiative. Were calling cammo for and basically as we discussed conservation corps to our brand. It's corridor ethos. And we would i constantly as the conservation. Managers striving for is. How do we integrate conservation. Every of our business right. How do we make. How do we expand that he fos across everything we do and and you know that's a that's a dream goal were always chasing and i'm not saying we do that currently but this idea actually was ryan callahan's long ago and had sort of been floating around in our collective minds for a while but here we saw was factored opportunity. Really try this out and say okay. This is a whitetail hunting pattern Let's go out and let's find you know the conservation group. That does the best work when it comes to protecting our white telling heritage when it comes to management of white tailed deer advocacy on on their behalf. Excetera pair that together. And so what has come out of it. Is this game for conservation. Initiative and what that looks like is a is a percentage of sales from every specter garment. We sell will be transferred to the national association. Formerly the quality management association which is a great group of guys and gals that i've kind of grown up with and am honored to sort of now work with on a day to day basis and in a far closer capacity so basically you know a chunk of every sale new pattern is gone right to them. we don't know the specifics of what will come out because the much we're gonna sell but based on our company based on sales based on what we've ordered its it'll be a substantial chunk of cash and i think sort of a commitment to that world into conservation level that we haven't We had previously been to that makes sense. I'm really excited for for that. Integration conservation into this into this part of our business in dispatchers launch basically agree that sounds. That sounds really good. how did you guys go Evaluating because that's a little bit different than us right like we were very into conservation. We are involved in two percent for conservation. dj We are involved with a lot of other Smaller groups the wilderness society. We also put some effort In terms of being present. I guess you would say for different organizations as well which i think is quite important but we don't really like we. We stick primarily to the public land and public land species and while we do sell to people in the east the midwest Texas the south all that. So i'm sorry for being insensitive. And if i made anyone mad Because it really wasn't our intention but we also have to have a little bit of fun as well If we can't have fun on the podcast them why not do it. But but for us we ended up much more in the public land elk. Mule deer Things you find on public land conservation row. Where with you guys. It's okay to go more towards that eastern white tail part because you guys play that fence the you play you guys play in that that realm as well. Yeah absolutely i mean. Obviously you know we've been making whitetail deer actually since twenty fifteen um and white tells really almost always been our roots or certainly idaho. There are richer in western hunting. But you know frankly very soon we started bringing in. Actually i suppose i was the first eastern that first light hired And as we've grown pride in folks. They grew up whitetail hunting in north carolina. They grew up whitetail hunting wisconsin michigan etc. Ride main and so that's really become part of our dna and it's also reflected in like i said in our product offerings and so i think it was only natural to sort of bring that world into our sort of impact are the impact element of our business model and what that is is Largely looking at it like is our is our work with the national deer association and their work in regard to Managing white tails advocating for till hunters. their substantial field to four hundred recruiting program You know as well as educating around.
Seek Outside Podcast
"specter" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"The option. Maybe you should have like a fan in some sort of spitzer thing on your back is your of how far away from the truck where they could. Yeah yeah what about what about one of those things that you freeze something with right like you You spread nitrogen liquid nitrogen. Maybe you have a pack of that May i think dry ice in that situation probably could have been prudent. I don't know josh students. Actually you know. I believe ambassador yells at a hunting partner. Mind he messes her. Try is quite a bit Even just in september el- ads. He started prides himself on taking cheap igloo and sort of retrofitting it slash packing it with so much intention that it'll hold ice for a week or whatever You know josh. And his is just meticulous and analytical perhaps to halt i have his Have a spreadsheet. He sent me after our podcast of his gear. Listen and whatnot and go through. That was like yeah. He knows he's he's got a dial right. He's the definition of toothbrush cutter. I mean he. Doesn't you know that would be insulting to him that he would cut it to russia. I think he has like a micro toothbrush. When i do not probably to toothpastes. That's the size of like six. Ps of like extremes onto his tiny toothbrush and this is probably skeleton us to toothbrush two or three quarter wrestles on it. What the hell it was. But he did have something. We opening weekend together archery tree. Algen idaho couple everybody's every year and some. He had something this year that he he had drilled damn holes in it like all over it just to make it lighter and it was something you know sort of monday like up. I don't know what it is escapes me but yes the degree to which he counts. Ounces is spectacular. i am a great a great gear. Tester now guard with was he You said toothpaste like like ps. I've seen people that take toothpastes. No dry it out into like little. You know they like a little bricks that instead of instead of like a to a toothpaste you know earls small to the toothpaste Dried out and then rehydrate when they're my guests on that is that he. I feel like. I've seen that kid give you on. International flights has got the micro toothpaste two minute. My guess is he's like somehow sniff out the swedish supplier of british airways to whatever and he's got them importing directly from twitter. Craig guy josh is just a great guy. Great hunting partner Every every hunts josh actual all right remember where we were before added We'll just go back to so what was what was hunting them like right. Like is it a lot of glass in from the truck. Yes y'all i would it's analogous to hunting antelope in the west as improv horn. Antelope but the country is brusher. The antelope you know. The the rx are far less obvious as far less of them. So you know they were days. We we actually had Stephen nellis utd that we trailing down there to rip around these crappy. Blm desert rudd's Some which were so washed out. You probably couldn't get most trucks thrilled and so we would rebrand in the tv and sort of stop at increments stop at water tanks or windmills. And get out and stand on top tv your get up on some as high as we can cause rather flat and disorder take in country Any other days where we drove. I think sixty miles in. Utd and there were days where we didn't turn up an rx period so they just exist seemingly at low densities now essentially become found them so to speak found a big hurt them where they were grazing on some grass and they were actually off limits so to speak. They were on a usda experimental raining grazing range. And you couldn't hunt them there. So they had piled up there but generally speaking really loved density kinda hard to spot because both impressionist landscape and its flatness and so yeah a lot of a lot of driving a lotta classing honestly. It was a grind. I mean i find that that way of hunting got road hunting to some degree to be pretty tough mentally ironically. Even though physically. It's not hard but just okay. We're gonna drive ten minutes here. We over stop again. We're going to class again for fifteen minutes so it was definitely a grind but it sort of paid now. I suppose in the long run my preference in hunting is that it has to be an experience that i'm into right so while it was great that you guys were in the colder seasons. I mean the sleeping under a pickup truck and one hundred five degree weather. That's not the experience i'm looking for. I would. I would rather be in blowing wind on some island off of alaska with torrential rain. Not by a lot. It's a very thin line there. But i would rather be in that having not experienced then sleeping under the pickup truck like southern dog trying to escape the heat covered dust and sand and think that's anytime year they're like a wind was definitely present a lot and the dust was constant and san and everything. Everything was just dusty. Everything was sandy and now just part of the equation agreed in all honesty. I was thinking to myself the other day. When i put it again for orix i actually think i'll put it in for like and i'm not sure if you can put in for all these months december january february march. You know i think. I would just put in for the winner because i don't spring is at all i agree. I don't think that would have been a tough on pretty pretty It would have been it would have been harder for sure. And the thing is too. I guess you know my only or my a lot of reference. Was steve zahn and what he told me about it. And what the guys down there that he was nice enough to introduce me to told me about it and they they tagged out four days which you know i kind of internalized is like oh yeah. It'll take four days for sure right and it was very difficult like i said just. Finding animals was difficult and then getting in on them was very hard In that they have what i would the vision of an antelope i mean. They're they're eyesight was incredible. They didn't really couldn't really get away with particularly anything. It seemed like with them and there they were just starting their element out in this brush and it was both completely flat undulating slightly so they would disappear ended these ten foot rolls.
The Economist: The Intelligence
Battle Acts: France Beefs up Its Forces
"Two thousand thirteen french armed forces have been stationed in the suhel fighting jihadists francis forces have been stretched just over five thousand of its troops for a region. Roughly the size of western europe. Such counterinsurgency operations might be challenging. But these days francis generals have their sights on something far larger forests in the plains of the champagne ogden region. The armed forces are beginning to prepare for the return of a major conflict exercise. Orion a giant drill plan for twenty twenty three who involve the full range of french military capacity on a scale not tested for decades specter of high-end war is now so widespread When you talk to military analysts that is an acronym for this scenario. Hei which stands for the english translation is hypothesis of major engagement. Sophie pattern is our paris bureau chief. And it's really a seismic shift. I would say for french forces because if you think back thirty years ago most of them were involved in overseas operations in peacekeeping and if the last decade it's been a question of counterterrorism or counterinsurgency most that side the being in operation but can in the sahel or even a counter-terrorist operation could operation centeno in france itself. But last year the head of the army general tilly bucker presented a strategic vision for twenty thirty looking ahead to the next decade and in it he described an outlined the need for the to prepare for high intensity state on state conflicts and he had this line which is very striking. He said the return of a major conflict is now a credible
True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
Ghosts movies and the real deal
"Welcome to kits myths and mysteries. I'm your host. Ken crammed today in my month. Long investigation into the spirit world and ghost will go hollywood and then we'll look at some facts about goes. I'll start with a dark and stormy night. That's under ship. The trees from their very roots bolts of lightning struck. The earth surface burning holes deep into the soil. What was inside. The house was ten times as frightening. Livingston's had goes several black monstrous floating creatures. They would not lamps off. Tables push pictures off. Walls throw close out of closets and drawers. They killed the family. Dog fluffy and eight to guinea pig actor. The cats pugh brown phone from his mouth and moaned incessantly. The livingston's wanted to know when this reign of terror was going to stop green. Smoke would burn out of the nostrils of these unwelcome guests. The red eyes glared the dark. Purple slime dripped from their mouths. Nothing could stop or tame these horrible visitors from the world beyond they were out to destroy the family home and drive. Mr and mrs livingston insane. They hated with a vengeance. They showed no mercy on the children day. They tied them up and chopped off their toes. They were horrible. Villainous monster slowly taking over and destroying this beautiful nineteenth century victorian home just as an evil lucky spectre looms towards mr livingston wielding a bloody axe. Someone in the back room to cut us. Do the scene over there you go. That's what we hear a lot of variations like that about ghosts but here are some facts about at are quite so hollywood ish. The difference between a ghost spirit is very simple. They're both soles. That are no longer living in a body but a ghost is a soul that has remained on earth in a spirit is a soul has moved on to the other side and has begun a new life there.
The Pilot Network Podcast
"specter" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
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The Pilot Network Podcast
"specter" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"See that so for all of you. People out there who are military pilots. You've been part of an organization that's number one job is to destroy right. We help blow stuff up. We help kill bad guys. We help break things and the first time that you do creation of your own i you. It feels really really good. And then when you release it to the world it feels really really scary so because it's the first time it's the first time you've ever done whether you think you have or not. You're actually putting something out in the world for somebody else to critique. That's not your little Bro and bro. At base at the squadron this is for everybody and when they get their chance. Somebody's gonna rip it apart and i want. I wanna to commend you for doing that. With the with though the written word because that to me is one of the hardest things to go out and do anybody can throw a podcast to a bunch of pilots out there. Look i'm doing you know anybody can make a youtube channel. Not anybody can get three hundred thousand followers subscribers but to sit down and write a book is truly what i think is a challenge for somebody to especially creative writing and i think that's really really cool where Before we get into the final question. I got for you. I wanted to ask you. I want to make sure people know. Where can they go to read the spectre series or the books. Follow you on youtube and obviously socials are are kind of easy to do nowadays. If you can't figure out how to find somebody on social you're kinda then don't go on them. Yeah yes so where. Where can people start locating use so they can go out and follow all this cool stuff. You're doing yeah. I mean it's oh everything. Every social media allitt is so. Cw any that's the easiest way to find me. www dot cw lemoyne dot com But then all the books are all e book Or print um so amazon. Barnes and noble you.
The Pilot Network Podcast
"specter" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"I know this first hand you do not want to be in the position where you're begging for a job you know the the doors are slamming shot for things that you know that are out there forever and it's not like you can't you know once you say fuck and church. That's it man. You can't unring that bell. So you know i can't take everything down. I can't remove everything so i say you can do it. And that's fine just know that there may be consequences and you should be okay being self sufficient and do and she wanted to be self sufficient. Honestly at the dunkin'. I always talk about this together. It's like you should want to be out from under the thumb of the government and corporate airlines that that is something that is actually a good thing so is it is motivation to make you want to succeed more but just realized that if there are other things you wanna do you wanna stay within the very narrow lines of fighter pilots the airline pilot or whatever just realized that you may be closing doors by by going road less traveled that so when you when you kind of delve down these books and after you kinda got We're you when you got that. No from whatever unit that or the the negative interview feel from that unit. Were you complete with the series or had you just had you just written. The first or i was mcdowell is back in twenty fifteen so i had written for five bucks i was about halfway i've written and so i was about halfway through it. Okay so i. I wanted to when you when you kind of when you got that feedback which you probably. I mean i understand. Not getting all positive feedback all the time but you probably never have that direct chicken your teeth. Now you kind of attitude towards you especially because that's somebody who has a projection of power over unit interviews in setting right there. Yeah and and and and that's important. That's why you know like the guy goes back to the instagram. Mean thing like to me. Credibility within the community is more important than credibility with the public. So it doesn't like some asshole me one star review on good. Read them like. Yeah go my whatever. I don't care but when it's a you know somebody like you. You know somebody that's credible then it's like wait you know. Yeah it absolutely. I mean it it. It is a kick in the in the junk. 'cause you're like okay. Well m i. You know what they say i am. You know. i don't wanna be that you know. I don't wanna be that guy but you know at.
The Pilot Network Podcast
"specter" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"To It drives home the point. I got an email right after That video you're talking about and it said much. Thanks for your recent video warning from the dangers of tiktok. I'm an active duty military counterintelligence agents with nineteen years. And i can't tell you how frustrating is every time someone shows me some tiktok video servicemember in uniform doing something stupid data-mining implications and potentially sensitive platforms aside the dumb videos. Give adversaries free popper propaganda. Demonstrating the unprofessionalism. Within the ranks is very difficult to make social media generation understand that their actions on the internet are viewed by more than just americans. They're in it for views in likes our enemies. Love it for the free intel propaganda and potential embarrassment And to your point you make. That's a great point that the pilot network. Now you're talking wait. They know this guy's first name. Oh he applied for this He just applied for fed action. They just you know the guy recognizes and go. Yeah i think we're gonna pass on him because what if he brings that dramas us again. This is not. it's happened already and people go abbott. what you know. What are the chances like why take it. I mean if you're talking about something that you've dreamed of your whole life. Why bother even messing with it for what for for some instant gratification. Did we got. We got super deep here really fast. We didn't even get into like we haven't even really introduced to. You are to the pilot network. We definitely have to do this again. And maybe we're going to like a monthly with mover. You know do twenty minute. Just like vent session on what's going on in the world aviation so i definitely i would love to keep going down this road because this is a whole category of conversation that i love to talk about but i i wanted to get some of the other stuff. You're doing out there. So as an author you wrote this spectre book series which has a lot of.
The Pilot Network Podcast
"specter" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"Had a lot of good dudes lost everything so one of the guys in the squatter shed set up a gofundme me and i was like. Oh yeah dave. We need to put this out. And every video i had made to that point i got people in the comments saying well. How did she play. Ds you know. Why don't you play dcfs. And i didn't have a computer. I just had a laptop and people. Were we play these. Yes so like. I got an idea. I will make a deal with the viewers. I said if we can raise you know two thousand dollars and run the doe fund me from five to seven thousand hours ago play. Dcfs you know. i'll go you know. One of the viewers emailed me and said hey you can come by house. He lived right down the road. You can come play. She s on my computer I was like shit hot. Let's do this you know. And within like a week we raised like five grand. It was amazing. It was just incredible the generosity that community and and went to help. I mean these people were real. I mean they didn't have gas for their generators. They didn't have anything. Serve the money really helped. Because they couldn't get relief. I was like man. This is office. This is an opportunity. So i went and did the video pissed off the dc s community. Like you read about. Oh my god they were not happy. 'cause you know it's the flight sim community is very particular you know they want you to take it as seriously as they do and i was just like oh this fun you know when you do it for real you know i mean you go do sounds if you're not doing it for reason you kinda just okay. This is fine. Let me go. See if i can find this bridge or whatever mess around and So i did. I did another video You know tried to make it a little bit better and then you know that there was a little bit of backlash but i wanted. You know becoming friends with some of the folks. You know some of the people that did that because they wanted more information. Some people thought it was a really great video and so we did another. I forgot what the next one was those either for bold of honor or something. I said you know we get raises money for charity than donkey. And i got my good friend from the navy. We'll go fight each other. We'll do a dogfight you know with each other and sharia we did it again and we got the dog..
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"specter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In from around the world, including from both sides of the aisle in the United States. We do know overnight, U S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo released a statement calling on the Russian government to level the playing field for all political parties and release him. President elect Joe Biden's incoming national security advisor Jake Sullivan, tweeted his support, saying quote Mr Navalny should be immediately released, adding quote The Kremlin's attacks on Mr Navalny are not just a violation of human rights but in the front The Russian people who want their voices heard. Navalny traveled to Russia Sunday after spending months in Germany recovering from being poisoned. We've just learned a court has ordered Navalny to be jailed for 90 days. The teenager was taken to the hospital after accidentally shooting himself. It happened just after midnight on the corner of Jones Malzberg, a road in East Rector drive on the north side. Police say the 19 year old was cleaning his gun and accidentally shot himself in the thigh friend drove the victim to a nearby fire station, where he was then taken to the hospital in stable condition. Bear County sheriff's deputies on unpaid leave after his arrest for assaulting another deputy over the weekend. San Antonio police arrested 35 year old deputy maverick Moreland shortly after 12:30 A.m. Sunday the Bear County Sheriff's office as the off duty deputies were on a date at the Happy Hut Bar on West Avenue. At the time of the reported attack, Morland is charged with assault, family violence and criminal mischief. Sheriff Javi are, Salazar says termination proceedings are underway. Well, a couple of recalls that could be in your kitchen. Nestle is recalling more than £762,000 of pepperoni pizza hot pockets after reports of glass and hard plastic were found inside of them. The effective packages say best before February, 2022 were sold between November 13 through the 16th of 2020. Also, Highland Dairy, is recalling its half pipe 1% low fat chocolate milk because it could contain food grade. Sanitizer that could make you sick. The milk sell by date is January. 27th, a legendary music producer Phil Specter died over the weekend. Specter, the eccentric and revolutionary music producer responsible for some of the biggest hits in music and the architect of what came to be known as the wall of Sound, died on Saturday. He had been serving in 19 years a life sentence for the murder of actress Lana Clarkson McEnroe three. Specter was diagnosed with Cove in four weeks ago, but it recovered well enough to return to prison. Officials say he died of natural causes at a hospital and that a medical examiner will determine the official cause of death. Specter produced his first big hit to know him is to love him by the Teddy bears 1958 and then went on to produce huge hits with righteous brothers Aiken, Tina Turner, the Ronettes and also produced the Beatles final album. Let it Be as well as John Lennon solo work, including the song Imagine He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 and was portrayed by Al Pacino in the 2013 movie. Phil Specter, Phil Specter. Was 81 years old. W Away I.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"specter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Specter was one of the top pop music producers of the 19 sixties. Spector's wall of sound technique, which involved overdubbing and using an array of instruments to get a fuller sound forever changed the art of record production. The musical genius will also be remembered for a darker aspect of his life. Phil Specter was charged with murder in the death of actress Lana Clarkson. Spector's high profile legal team's claimed the woman committed suicide in his home. The first trial ended in a deadlock jury in 2007 a second trial found him guilty. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News and Russian activists. Alexey Navalny is on a plane back to Russia the first time back since being poisoned with a Soviet nerve agent, and he's expected to be arrested as soon as he lands. This is CBS New CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you can trust now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest calm a man is in custody following a car fire near the FBI building in downtown Seattle. Yesterday, interim Seattle police chief Adrian Ds says officers responded to a man who had intentionally set his truck on fire. He articulated that there was possibly a bomb inside the vehicle. And so everything else is being investigated. DS says A bomb squad found no evidence of any explosives, he says. Law enforcement is not aware of any specific threats in Seattle right now, and they're being hyper vigilant about anything suspicious. The state is not telling healthcare providers to use every single dose of the covert vaccine. So when they have some leftover, it's going in the trash. The president of the State Hospital Association, Cassie, Sour, says. That's a mistake. Can't find some of those over 17. You can find someone who's 30 and healthy and your dose expires in 10 minutes and they're staying there and Freddie ready at their vaccine and you've got one left. Give it to him. The state Department of Health tells Cairo seven TV that they encourage all providers to use all the vaccine they receive, but they don't want to give them the shot to anyone who is not eligible to get it. If you're heading to Snoqualmie Summit, Remember to mask up Carter Rich is head of marketing at the summit, he tells Cairo 70 v 97% of our guests are doing really well. They're keeping their mask on. But he says others they're having a little bit of a harder time with it, And so we need to.