22 Burst results for "Standish"
"standish" Discussed on Past Episodes
"So i totally do. What are you on. Tell us it was an app called ghosting. Because i feel like that's exactly what happens. I mean i me you know my feelings get hurt online. Dating is extremely superficial. And i would rather set the bar like a medium level. Even people come to visit me. I'm like hey you're going to have a mediocre time and they're like all right. I'm still visiting you like all right. Cool and then we'll go do some really fun stuff and we'll blow it out of the water but if it's like oh man. It's going gonna be epic you're gonna love it and then all of a sudden it's like oh sorry party through exactly we'll go to the bay and then it'll be foggy and you'll be you'll see anything and it'll be cold so that's my when you invite me to that party you're like you're not going to have a very good time but i'm just glad to see a startup yet. Another show with the party. You know it was like the most amazing night of my life. It works that's actually. That was sex as well. I'm actually very small so much for sharing this podcast with the team i again. I think i'd probably do. I think we put it all on an even playing field and say let's see where it goes. It's if you set the bar high. You set these really crazy expectations. And i'm all about over delivering on the promises that i put. And it's one of those things that if someone is constantly seeing that you are committing greater things to them than what you initially set out to do. Then i think that shows a little bit level be a little bit higher level of commitment to them as a personal relationship with since he said that you don't date that much you're on online dating apps how do you. What's your process. Liked the one. One i do use is bumble so there you go i last year. I know some of your friends are on bungle to. I've heard all three of my friends just getting so. I kind of like tinder. I kind of didn't like tinder fell like more like one night. Standish sound you're looking for not really one night stands could get to be expensive but that's a whole nother story..
"standish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In their boots worry something with the coming season. Coming up on the program Common Reinhardt, World Bank chief economist and Vincent Reinhart Standish Mellon Asset Management, chief economist. Wanna Pack couple coming up very shortly right here. Bloomberg surveillance Now, the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Barr, Lisa Jenna, thank you very much. It's another promising developments in the question and the pandemic covert 19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca, prevented a majority of people from getting the disease in a large trial. According to early analysis. The vaccine stopped an average of 70% of participants from falling ill. Professor Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group. Because the vaccine can be stored in the fridge temperatures it can be distributed around the world using the normal immunization distribution system. He said that people were given a half a dose, followed by a full dose rather than two full doses protection rose to about 90%. President elect Biden is expected nominate his longtime foreign policy aide, Antony Blinken, for secretary of state. He's been a close adviser to Biden for decades and official announcement is expected tomorrow. President Trump is running out of options in an attempt to overturn the election. As court defeats continue to mount one of the president's closest advisors, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, slam Trump's legal team on ABC this week..
"standish" Discussed on Z104
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"standish" Discussed on Z104
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"standish" Discussed on Z104
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"standish" Discussed on Z104
"Has actually suddenly goes. This's a rival breweries in Europe are teaming up. To make what they're calling the strongest beer in the world by percentage of alcohol by volume. Now to give you some perspective, Bud Light has 5% alcohol by volume. That's it's a percentage level. The beer that they're developing will be 57.8% alcohol. Oh, my God. One beer. You're one beer. You did good for weeks, I guess with propane under degree a chef's cause. She's a trade so boozy, boozy Standish headed to Mace. How big big but my bank account matches, but I'm placed He reached put on brand. She hated my name in a mouth. Medic gig boozy say the way that thing moving way. We've got to keep it lovely meat of hadn't played the black and I have had in a movie. Oh, gee. When I dance on that demon's she might start only fans be and that beast ever bears If you want to see some real chance I say left right below on this guy. Should I talk to my friend Sang, you'll jump to put jeans on. Maybe you'll feel my don't give me write my name with a Z basics Judges For my part. I'm about some of my mama. Look at this here from Sina Standish. Classy. Yes, they like me. I like to stay. You wouldn't need moving into it like it like it is for you. You don't get to self in the mirror. But not a people keeping with his game. Something big was classy. Asking a quaint about some cameras in here is a savage No comparison here, I'ma, flip my hair and look back while talking, man. His money and a room thinks of scammers in here. Come in. With the grain was starving, keeping his mind all of these because hold on a lie, don't you? Because what I have to kid the way I have lied. I have no one to fuck up again. No, not watch me sweep up these in Reggie. 86 on the morning zoo where we're all feeling good today, right? And by you, you follow me. Follow me down So many dumb roads and I can't say thank you enough for this problem..
"standish" Discussed on Z104
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"standish" Discussed on Z104
"When I dance on that demon's time, she might start out only fans and that beast of a bad ass If you want to see some real chance I say left cheek, right cheek. Drop below. This one checks up on this guy, my friend. Okay, you'll jump to put jeans on. Maybe you'll feel my don't give me write my name with a Z by six. I just want my price. I'm about some of leader Apple loving Mama. Look at this here from Sina Standish. She was classy, sassy. They like me. I like to stay. You wouldn't need a damn thing moving into it like me like me. It is for you. You don't get to self in the midnight, not a people keeping with playing games. Oh, gee, stupid was classy. Hankin head. They asked for the queen. About some cameras in here is a savage No comparison here, I'ma, flip my hair and look back while talking His money in a room thinks of scammers in here. Don't come in third with the grain was starving, keeping his mind all of these cars like No, I don't do crosswords. I have to say it the way I have lied. I popped my live Not much fun up again. Must not watch me sweep up these in C 10 for WNBC FM HD one north of Newport News. Virginia beach radio dot com Station. All the hits nonstop Z 104.
Miami-Dade hospitals exceed capacity but still no mask mandate
"Even his Corona virus cases spike in the state governor, Rhonda Standish has resisted pressure from some to make a statewide mask mandate. But if Floridians aren't careful, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says, We're definitely telling them that you know if things continue, and this continues to be unmanageable, we're gonna have to make a dramatic decisions like potentially a state home water. In Miami doubt in Miami Dade County, cuz what about 122% capacity, according to County
Native American Groups Protest Use Of Indigenous Figures In Boston Outside State House
"The Native American protest up in the State House yesterday and Three bills ever getting ready, Teo be passed by the Legislature or not past They're they're trying to get them past one that makes ah, the changes their Massachusetts flag because protesters don't like the fact that there's a sword above the Indian's head on the flag. Just to make clear it's now gone. Khan Indian, a native American on a blue shield and on not on the shield, but above the shield is an arm that's supposed to be Miles Standish with a broad sword that's supposed to represent our fight against British tyranny. But they don't like the idea that there's a stored above the Indian's head and I don't I think it's trying to be offended. I don't see the offence there. But then I'm not a native American. So maybe that's the key. They also are trying to pass a bill that will make it illegal to have and any kind of mascot team mascot that is of Native American origin. I think that is ridiculous. Put it right out there because I don't think you need to make a A group of people a mascot representing a group of people illegal. I think that creates a protected class. I think it's a slippery slope. I think we're looking for serious trouble. If you go down that if you don't like being a mascot, and it's an Indian of some kind, you don't want it on their change it. It's your mascot. It's your right. But don't tell other people what they condo's, and I think it's just a waste of our resource is to be fighting windmill battles like this, and I want to know what you
"standish" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"standish" Discussed on KCRW
"Is a dangerous moment for Americans with chronic health conditions the CDC is recommending that those at high risk stay home to reduce the risk of being exposed to the coronavirus Michael Norton is one of those Americans he's thirty two years old and he was born with Duchenne muscular dystrophy that means he has to have a ventilator with them at all times to give him oxygen to stay safe he and his mother Susan who is Michael's primary care giver our self quarantining we reach them by phone at their home in Standish Maine and we started by talking about what life is normally like we are very active Michael worked on the phone with somebody saying we're going to film screenings and doing Q. and A.'s at the end of the phone Michael from artist he's always making he's working on your projects he also is a beer enthusiasts so we've got a lot of burglaries and we got a lot of art exhibits whenever these exhibits going on we travel to Goodison exhibits and another thing that we do is we got a lot of heavy metal concerts okay do you mind passing the phone to Michael sure I will do that right now right right hello he Michael thanks for talking with us today no problem how's it going it's a little scary at times five I have lots of projects to work on some I will get through it yeah so what have you heard Michael from your doctor about the risks that you face from the coronavirus my doctor said it was five Best Buy at fifteen sites allow this because.
"standish" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"The the empathy the <hes> engagement the ability to reach out and create the connection in the communication that is required particularly times of you know of severe weather when we have to take action. I don't think anything will we will rise to the level of effectiveness is one on one human communication in that particular the environment so i think there's always going to be a role for the human it's going to continue to evolve and change but at the end of the day when you are in a situation where you are threatened having a calm reassuring knowledgeable voice to talk to you you and say to you okay yeah okay. Things are pretty pretty nasty right now but here's what you need to do. Here's how oh you can you can be successful in in weathering no pun intended this particular event and i don't think anything is going going to match the level of activeness as that is that calm reassuring knowledgeable voice talking to you about the situation relation understanding it. It's it's you know fear is just as fun as it enable. A fear is a disabled so we have to remove fear. How do you remove fear by by having somebody somebody tell you okay. You know here's how you understand it. There's nothing to be afraid of here. We can get through this. We will get through this because we understand standish and you know it's a phenomenon. I have studied all my life and i'm gonna tell you now how you're going to be successful in making it through this particular event and we are back on the weather geeks podcast for our last segment talking with ray band and i want to pivot now the discussion russian a little bit into sort of another world. I know you've been involved with the <hes> in the sort of more recent part of your career. That's the sort of public private partnership partnership or engagement within the weather community. We have the situation where we have private companies that have their own weather models. Now we have private companies that can provide weather satellite information. We have the new weather forecast improvement act that was signed into law that is encouraging more in private engagement. Give us sort of your take gone. Sort of the role of the private sector in the broader weather industry now not just broadcast because it hasn't always been a harmonious relationship. Oh that's that's for sure and you know in during my career i sort of lived all of the dysfunction when it wasn't a harmonious relationship but yeah i i think marshall it. It comes to the fact that the demand that our country has our nation has from our <hes> from mark community. The world has from our community right. That demand is only increasing. We know that okay. We're facing. We're facing environmental challenges. <hes> <hes> that really are going to require significant amount of of of resources to address so the world the world needs us more than it ever has absolute. So how are we gonna meet. How are we gonna meet the demand that you know the traditional we'd the people's booze weather service our our national service our national oceanic atmospheric administration all of the federal state and local agencies that deal with it have done a marvelous job job but as we all know you know the money truck isn't backing up to the loading dock anymore and dumping right <hes> you know our budgets are constrained constrain and they will continue to be constrained. So how do we as a broad community. Meet the demand my somewhat naive naive or maybe you know simplistic at it is okay so you know we have to find effectiveness in our broader community. We have to say okay okay. Who's how. How can we structure the strategically. Who's gonna do what okay now. We all have traditional roles. You know the academic community has you know has traditional research and education private sector customisation at tailoring the you know the the government sector the public sector <hes> you now massive data systems satellites radars numerical weather prediction research <hes>. How can we now think about the future in a way that says if we stick to the traditional roles and we everybody stays in their.
"standish" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"I seem to have got your wound up with one of my bits of show prep here. And I like the ones that have to do with school because we've all been kids and many of us have kids, and everybody's got an opinion on how to raise kids and nobody's good at it. So you know, let me just dig right? And this is from DC closed line dot com. It's never heard of it not an unpopular blog, but you know, whatever any holmquest rights here. I recently dug up a nineteen o eight curriculum manual in the Minnesota historical society archives. It provided instructions on everything from teacher deportment to recommended literature lists for various grades as a book lover, I was especially interested in the ladder, with the exception of a few textbooks. Like anthologies the chart below lists. The recommended reading material for Minnesota seventh and eighth graders in nineteen o eight. Now. I mean, I'm guessing that and I just went to this website. Like, I said I had never heard of it before the first thing listed after the title. The tagline is a link to something called the deplorables network. So this basically as some kind of right wing something. And I'm guessing they're going to say that we're all the bunch of dumb dumbs because we're not reading desk cart is ten year old. It's not the first time since your first time on the internet. Pretty clearly this is this is this is done. But it was done. Even before the internet was the suggestion in some way, shape or form school sucks. Now much more than it did back, right? Whenever I remember, you know, probably like fifteen years ago seeing something of here's the eighth grade. Graduation exam from some middle of nowhere town in Nebraska, and it's all farthing questions. Of course. I don't know how to answer them. I've never done farming. Well, I couldn't tell you how many bushels go in the back of a flatbed truck. But that was one of you know, like some kind of thing of how many bushels fit in this box. That is I don't know. I don't know. How large a bushel of a is. Bushels of. Hey, so they I saw even when I was in high school some kind of exam for I think it was sixth grade from I remember when it was but sometime in the late eighteen hundreds and looked at it and just was befuddled by what it was. They were asking cases probably a lot of agrarian questions that we don't live in an agrarian society. The question you asked was more of a math problem by volume than anything? But you know, right. But again, if you don't know the dimensions of one of those bundles of, hey, you're not going to know how many fit inside a box of a specific size. I guess that this person is focusing on. What's been read by seventh and eighth graders in the past versus what they're doing now? And I think that that is instructive if nothing else it's innocent an interesting comparison to what was going on. So let me read some of them here. Some of these things I've never heard of in my life. I don't know what that just means that you're a big old dumb dumb because you didn't read books that nobody's read and a hundred years logo rag and vixen by Ernest Thompson, sit Cetin never heard of it. But I have heard of Henry Wadsworth longfellow Evangeline, certainly read that herald last king of the Saxons Edward, bluer lighten somewhere along the line. I'd heard of that. But I don't know that much about at tanglewood tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I know that that was in a literature game that I played when I was a kid, but I never read it the courtship of miles. Standish by hand words, Henry Wadsworth longfellow. Well, I know I've heard of that. But I haven't read it Robbins friends by John Brown. Gold bug by Edgar Allan Poe. I've certainly read plenty of PO, but I don't know if gold bug comes to mind off the top of my head stories of his heroic deeds by James. La LA hot. I don't know stories from dickens, you guess dickens old ballads in pros by ever March Tampa. Treasure Island by Robert Louis. Stevenson, captains courageous by Reginald Kipling. I've I've read Treasure Island. And I know I think I've read captains courageous not a hundred percent sure on that one. But that's about it at this point. Yeah. And I'm forty-seven not in seventh grade. Yeah. I mean, we're a little younger than you. I recognize a lot of these names. But when I was in middle school, which was six seventh eighth grade in my district. We got reading textbooks that were primarily like anthologies that so well, some of these names sound familiar there was probably short stories essays or in the textbook and not the actual books. And one of the big difference is going to be as they're just probably weren't. There. Wasn't this textbook industry? Putting out these big thick anthology which are easier for school systems. Just by a bunch of those old bug is a short story by post. So it's not even a full book. So basically, I I'm guessing several of these we're going to be short stories that probably were put in some kind of anthology. But you know, somebody's releasing this look at all of these books that people read. Yeah. So they're just the big difference is okay, they used to publish things. Separately like little pamphlets. There used to be in some more. They were in some anthology of short stories, or whatever I know po- much of the po- that we read was in that situation with the exception of textbook like anthology. So I think one of the big differences between then and now is the prevalence of textbook like in theology is is much greater because it used to be a lot more popular to get like little novellas little booklets, or even you know stories were serialized in newspapers. So let's say, we publish things changed. Edna public.
"standish" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Click on the Salvation Army banner donate to my online red kettle right now. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. This Mississippi race between Sydney height Smith and Mike Espy has degenerated into race SP's accusing her of being racist. She's defending herself and one of the arguments is that she used the term public hanging. Gasp just like Ron Standish use a term monkey gasp public hanging. Gasp. Here is what she said she called up a supporter, she's giving a speech. This is one of my favorite folks right here. And the man whose name is Colin Hutchinson said she helped me out a lot. She's a good hometown person. She would do anything for you. Candidate response. I didn't ask for this. Except just then. Hutchinson. Then says I support her one hundred percent she response. I would fight a circle saw for him. If he invited me to a public hanging. I would be on the front row close quote. For that reason she's called a white supremacist by Michael Eric Dyson, not only in two thousand eighteen should we be introspective? We should move beyond introspection to reconstruction and figuring out a way to link out spec into reconstruction. He is in midseason form or ideals and our practices in Mississippi with the history the ghosts of Mississippi the blood of Mississippi from its rivers where immaterial died, we're maker Evers died where those three civil rights workers to gills at a black person died we have to come to grips with it in two thousand eighteen in the only way to do that is to take a harder look at what we've been able to do and not able to do. And then put, you know, roll up our sleeves so to so to speak and work together. Cindy, Hyde Smith is a racist white nationalist a white supremacist in. It is a shame that white mississippians would exonerate her in advance an excuse her for the intimidating. Hatred that she expresses and God forbid that she would therefore be elected to go to the Senate of the United States to do more damage to mississippians in America in general, what damage has she done since she's been in the Senate, just curious. Can you name something she's done that's been damaging? That's been racist. We come back. She responds to the search in that the term public hanging was racist. And her opponent is not exactly a choirboy,.
"standish" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Having a productive result. And we want to make sure it finishes, and we're very worried that presents going to do something to make it. So that it can't finish. So I think the most important thing to be focused on at this moment is to make sure that the Muller investigations allowed to continue because should information come out of that that will be far stronger to see any votes that could happen after that in because again, we're going to have to have some bipartisan support in order to have something actually happened. So I am very supportive of all the national groups. Around the country that had rallies was last week or the week before around trying to make sure we protect the Mueller investigation because that's going to be a single best way to get any conclusion. And that's how they went after Nixon Archibald Cox in those guys Celia in Standish, Michigan, you're on the congressman cocaine. Happy thanksgiving to my question is about. Does called am. I hate to say his name because he's a convicted sex. Later, but anyway, Hastert rule, and I feel like bipartisanship when Republicans are in control in impassable in that maybe we need to bring. What prevents bipartisanship under Republican control more to light? And. What are your thoughts? Yes, Celia you you bring up probably two thirds of the problem that this congress has had since about two thousand ten is. They follow rule called the Hastert rule named after former speaker Denny Hastert as you pointed out now former prison inmate Denny Hastert, which said originally you needed a majority of the caucus in the Republican side. This is their rule to put something on the floor, and eventually it evolved to you needed two hundred eighteen people in their caucus, which would you have a forty percent tea party. That's enough. They had power to veto anything getting floor, which is by congress has been so completely dysfunctional for since at least two thousand ten. The very good news is Democrats don't have the Hastert rule. So we're not going to have to worry about that. But that shows the problem that we really had the reason we couldn't pass appropriation bills by the only thing they could really get done. The session was a tax break for their donors, the wealthiest the members of mar-a-lago that is the only thing they could actually agree to in. The rest has been a dismal failure. We're not gonna have that problem. And you don't. In fact, I hope Nancy will put things on the floor that even may not pass sometimes, but we want to be able to have votes to try to help organize and show the public where you could go should you have more Democrats in office. So we don't have that as a real. It's a good news. That's that's very good news. Dave in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, you're on the air with congressman. Okay. Yeah. Hey, I appreciate you taking my call. Thank you. I one question or comment about honor opening remarks about the Saudi journalists. I I definitely understand understand and agree with what y'all were saying about it being evil. And you know, I in Trump's response to was was clearly stupid. He knew the whole time. The journalists had been called out to your point. We're close to a break here. You're you're you're not my question is why are we just now getting so upset about the Saudis? I mean, they've had some human rights violations gay rights. I think it what was it last year with the Pakistan, transgenders gender death women's rights? What why is it taking so long? That's a great question. Thank you. Dave. Very thank you for that point. In fact, I would argue with someone who's been working on the resolution around trying to get us out of being involved in Yemen for the last year, it kind of took this killing to put this on the corporate media radar screen. So that we're actually talking about it. And then for the president to be so outrageous allows us to now educate people about what else Saudi he's been involved in your right? I had a Saudi Arabian resident who Lau lives here. Sharing stories of me just last night here in Wisconsin. So absolutely many reasons we should be concerned. But now is the time to act if instead you act like the president and ignore it. And then thank them for gas prices going down. You're in completely the wrong direction both for morality and for really is about putting America first..
"standish" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"One of the mistakes that people make about the pilgrims is they assumed that they were Quakers pacifists wearing black rejecting ways the world or otherwise people sometimes think of them as Mennonites Amish. They were none of these things. I mean for one thing they wore bright colors. They did not wear all dark clothes. They did not wear. All conical. Hats with buckles on 'em. In fact, they didn't wear buckles at all. How do we know what they wore well partially because well of wills that people left behind with their clothing in it specified, not only did they enjoy wearing colors, but they were by no means pacifists mile. Standish was the commander of the full armed might of the Plymouth colony sixteen are men they use that are might they loved their guns. They in fact, brought their guns with them to divine worship did leave him outside. But associated guns with cell. Abrasion with the Sabbath. In other words, these people were not only the Christian right of the time. And so they were perceived. They were also gun nuts. Big time. Remember the description of the first thanksgiving and sixteen twenty one. What did they do with the Indians they shot off their guns? And that was something of the way that you expressed enjoyment or celebration coming up the pilgrims much more popular to the current day because they were underdogs the final segment of the town hall review in a moment. Shocking.
"standish" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"With everything from lawyer fees to bail money he gave her an issue that said i jerry michael promised to pay you back the money i loaned from you ed english i will pay you back with no delay no i will pay you back without no delay another said sued all this nightmare be over okay so standish departed deposited hundreds of thousands of dollars into a wells fargo account and trust accounts that were tracked back to bakersfield remember that bakersfield this cameras using really sophisticated techniques it's easy to see how she thought maybe it was legit michael called her from four different numbers all with a bakersfield exchange one number had an answering machine with voice that match the voicemail that standard had saved the guy identified himself as jerry matches michael cherry matches but orlando investigators tracked michael's email to south africa diane has no chance of getting her two hundred and seventy thousand dollars back i started thinking about why didn't she insists on flying from florida and california to meet the guy she clearly could've afforded this far cheaper than wiring away her fortunes and honey let me tell you something if a man needs bail money he's a loser just to run for it as big fakes when you're scrolling through facebook or instagram you're gonna start seeing this steady stream of advertisements summer based which you looked at for the past and some you have.
Death toll 25 in Guatemala volcano eruption
"From npr and wbz you're i'm robin young i'm jeremy hobson it's here now rescue operations in guatemala which continued today after the fogo volcano erupted over the weekend thirty two hundred have been forced to evacuate at least sixty nine people have died and we're seeing horrifying images of the scene here's reporter mark stevenson of the associated press several of the stunning images are the myriad ways in which people died in this rumps and some were burned to death when buildings were set of flame by fast moving flows of lava clouds and then the most terrible thing is that the ashes mixed with water and sent it flows of what appeared to be steaming mud down the river valleys and dan the creeks even reached as far as the capital guatemala city twenty five miles away from the volcano ruediger escobar wolf is a vulcanologist at michigan technological university he's a native of guatemala and joins us on skype ruediger welcome and i just tell us about frago this is what's called a bellwether volcano well frankly it's a very typical strata volcano that has a lot of frequent eruptions it has been active since there are written records standish colonial occupation of guatemala and it and it has continued to the present so it has been erupting continuously since one thousand nine hundred nine and in the last few years since about two thousand fifteen it has had about a large russian per month so it it has had a very high level of activity and that's also partly contributing to this tragedy but when was the last time it had a major eruption are one that is like the one we're seeing now probably in october nineteen seventy four that was probably an eruption of comparable size to what we saw yesterday is this volcano different than the one that we've seen erupting in hawaii yeah it is very different hawaiian volcanoes in this particular case till away i usually produces lava flows in this eruption there were also some explosive events in but it mainly produced lava flows it produces some some ashby very rarely at least from what we know produces this kind of pyroclastic flows which is the deadly phenomenon that caused all the deaths were there any warnings for frago we know that in hawaii they were having earthquakes a lot of earthquakes.
Uber self-driving car saw pedestrian 6 seconds before crash, NTSB says
"Port on the march crash narrow zona where a self driving uber car struck and killed a pedestrian federal investigators say the uber spotted her six seconds before impact but didn't stop because emergency braking is not enabled when the computer is in control of the car however it does not alert the backup driver who was looking down didn't see the woman until it was way too late to stop over meanwhile is ending self driving tests in that state uber had moved the tests to arizona after their permit expired in california in two thousand sixteen company says it will continue to build and test selfdriving cars but won't put them back on the streets until a top to bottom safety review is completed that's jack callaghan i'm dave anthony fox news radio w l o v fm and am headlines cumberland county sheriff's department is investigating an alleged stabbing in standish and they say the two alleged suspects are still on the loose a portland man has pleaded guilty to running a high stakes gambling operation from his home for fourteen years stephen martin portland could face up to twenty five years in prison federal judge said he'll decide early next week whether the republican primary on june twelfth will be held under ranked choice or traditional plurality voting rolls w l o b fm and am next.
Trump Administration Sanctions Russians for Election Meddling and Cyberattacks
"Opened the k g o eight ten scale the trump administration is imposing sanctions on nineteen russians for alleged interference in the 2016 us election including thirteen who were indicted by special counsel robert muller house minority leader nancy pelosi calls it significant this is really important a foreign power meddled in our election took a very long time for the president and the administration to accept that fact the penalties also include the first use of new powers that congress passed last year to punish moscow for election interference targets include officials working for the russian military intelligence agency g are you what could be the largest rafter poaching case in california history has been uncovered in lassen county officers responded to a property near standish following an anonymous tip from someone who reportedly witnessed demand killing a hawk they discovered dozens of birds of prey and other dead animals including more than one hundred fifty carcasses of mostly hawks but also at least one dead al to dead bob cats taxidermied mountain lion and other non gamers geos terry row says the property owner faces multiple charges san jose's low income and uninsured residents are getting free eye exams during the next couple of days thanks to the efforts of esp global at mayor samll cardo chief communications officer of esp pat mcneill says it's all part of a partnership with mayors all around the country with.
"standish" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And a whole new sketch an informationtechnology said it invades sector after sector so again if you take medicine you know the ability to a to to to compute and to gather data on diseases on patients on genetic makeup this becomes a very very important part of the puzzle the figuring out diseases and so alliances or new play a as moving into this area of the comes very very likely very plausible which raises an interesting question in this world what would you like your granddaughter to study how could someone be best prepared while the you'd you'd sort of expected the answer after what we'd until told me about to be sort of calm a computer sciences soro or someone who does this sort of data crunching brilliantly i think actually i i would go the other way and say that i would rather be very pleased if if if my grandchildren had a deep knowledge of history i think we're going to need humanities just as much as we need sciences and and you know if you think of the financial crisis for example part of the problem that was not thinking historically enough we were to wrapped up in the present lot of these the the first chapter in in the book actually a my colleague tom standish gives us a tool kit for looking at the future and this three things in that to get one is science fiction one is the sort of edge cases from the prison for the third thing is history history of history of science that she can learn a lot of how things are likely to develop by looking at what happened in the victory and internet which was the ten th the the electric telegraph for example so i hope that we don't forget and all this technology techno driven age the humanities and even i think to make a offficial intelligence interaction with machine between machines and people were well you will need to happy people who work with the machines to make them more humane so the humanities again movie deeply and tomorrow night a circle back to what we were saying earlier about abundance and scarcity it's still going to be quite it hard.