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Fresh update on "steve smith" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:56 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "steve smith" discussed on All Things Considered

"Cases, hundreds of infections have been traced back to a single bar. What makes your local pub or nightclub so appealing is also what makes it so risky. There's drinking, eating, shouting over loud music, dancing, laughing. Is this severe to create a Petri dish and say, How can we spread this the most It would be cruiseships jails and prisons factories in any bars. That's doctor Okay? Chica Alozie, an infectious disease specialist in El Paso, Texas. He says. These indoor settings are prime to unleash infections. As we talk who spray as you cough we spray. That's where you get the most attention for transmission of these respiratory viruses. Alozie worked with the Texas Medical Association to create a covert risk scale for common activities like going to the movies or a sports game. But what ranked the worst of all going to a bar? In reality? It's a drink. You can't wear a mask. So you're taking off your mask. Lots of people, tight spaces. And as we all know, alcohol's a disinhibited. People are touching tables, glasses, bottles each other. An outbreak linked to a bar in southwest Washington shows how even the best plans can go awry for karaoke night. The staff space the tables, check temperatures even put a Plexi glass near the singer's Dr Allen Melnick is the county health officer who oversaw the investigation. And you're asking the customers who are drinking and doing Cario to employ all of the physical, distancing and masking requirements. So that was challenging in this particular situation a few weeks later, close to 20 Customers and employees had been infected because bars are so high risk. Some states have taken a very cautious approach. Other states opened them up on Ly to shut them down as cases surged this summer, but some bar owners want to stay open. In Arizona. More than 60 bars are suing to overturn the governor's order to shut them down. Ellen Mormon is their attorney, he says. If restaurants conserve alcohol and stay open late, why can't bars either treat them all equally and shut them all down or treat them all equally and allow them all to conform, Tio reasonable health measures, But what you can do is pick out a criteria. Something like Hole, so it's totally arbitrary and totally discriminates all over the country. Bar owners are suing Steve Smith owns a handful of honkey talks in Nashville, Tennessee, who argue they are being unfairly singled out what big targets and it's wrong. We are citizens of the United States. Small business people, and I've been doing this for 44 years. So what kind of chances do these lawsuits have? Georgetown law professor Lawrence Gostin says. Historically, the courts have sided with public health as long as it has a rationale, and it's not singling out a bar because it is favors bars absolutely clear that they have the right in fact that the duty to do it, And yet it's this duty that has upended business for bar owners like Seattle's.

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Fresh update on "steve smith" discussed on Marketplace

Marketplace

00:52 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "steve smith" discussed on Marketplace

"Dozens in some cases, hundreds of infections have been traced back to a single bar. What makes your local pub or nightclub so appealing is also what makes it so risky. There's drinking, eating, shouting over loud music, dancing, laughing. Is this severe to create a Petri dish and say, How can we spread this most? It would be cruiseships jails and prisons, factories in any bars. That's doctor Okay? Chica Alozie, an infectious disease specialist in El Paso, Texas. He says. These indoor settings are prime to unleash infections. As we talk to spray as you cough we spray. That's where you get the most potential transmission of these respiratory viruses. Alozie worked with the Texas Medical Association to create a covert risk scale for common activities like going to the movies or a sports game. But what ranked the worst of all going to a bar you reality is to drink. You can't wear a mask. So you're taking off your mask Lots of people, tight spaces. And as we all know, alcohol's a disinhibited. People are touching tables, glasses bottles each other. An outbreak linked to a bar in southwest Washington shows how even the best plans can go awry. For karaoke night, the staff space the tables, check temperatures even put a Plexi glass near the singer's Dr Allen Melnick is the county health officer who oversaw the investigation. And you're asking the customers who are drinking and doing Cario to employ all of the physical, distancing and masking requirements. So that was challenging in this particular situation. A few weeks later, close to 20 customers and employees had been infected. Because bars are so high risk. Some states have taken a very cautious approach. Other states opened them up on Ly to shut them down as cases surged this summer, but some bar owners want to stay open. In Arizona. More than 60 bars are suing to overturn the governor's order to shut them down. Ellen Mormon is their attorney, he says. If restaurants conserve alcohol and stay open late, why can't bars either treat them all equally and shut them all down or treat them all equally and allow them all to conform, Tio reasonable health measures, But what you can do is pick out a criteria something like Hall, so it's totally arbitrary and totally discriminates all over the country bar owner Star suing Steve Smith owns a handful of honkey talks in Nashville, Tennessee, who argue they are being unfairly singled out would make targets and it's wrong. We are citizens of the United States. Small business people, and I've been doing this for 44 years. So what kind of chances do these lawsuits have? Georgetown law professor Lawrence Gostin says. Historically, the courts have sided with public health as long as it has a rationale, and it's not singling out a bar because it is favors bars absolutely clear that they have the right. In fact, they have a duty to do it. And yet it's this duty that has upended business for bar owners like Seattle's.

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"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Even if occasionally you need to mix sequel in business together. The fact is that I got free of this idea that each line must have a very specific project or file to be written either be much happier. The project got much simpler and safer to work with. Now a couple of things about this one is neat, clearly an experienced developer, and so he's now making these decisions very coherently because he's not a not afraid to be wrong and is prepared to re factor when he s yet when he sees that complexity there that that's sort of confidence in code as opposed to the sort of dogmatic approach of we're gonNA. Lay out the right architecture front. Could even tackle this from the Agile Yagnik perspective. The US and Anita Yank on and need it. Yeah, well the at, but it also presumes that you will ris factor that you will see the emergent architecture and say let's go apply a better architecture to that, because it's now important, right and I thought we with Steve was talking about an show. Of course we'll you speak to this, too was very much that prescriptive. Hey, when you've got a scope of an application, a certain scale here are architectures that are reliable. That'll be able to to cope with it. but also you know depends on the project. You're working on as whether as necessary. So Natan! Thank you so much for your comment. A copies DAKO- buys on its way to you and if you'd like a copy Miester Co by right comment on the website, at dot, Narod, dot, com or on the facebook. Publish, ever show up there, and if you comment there and I, read in the show will send you copies the COPA and definitely follow us on twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm at Carl Franklin. Send us a tweet low Rez. We can reconstruct it. Making reconstructive, morever yeah. A low Rez Rez women. A pixellated tweet. What does that look like I don't even know? Steve Smith is back of courses you made. To. I just WanNa read his current bio. He's an entrepreneur and software developer with a passion for building quality software as effectively as possible. Steve has published several courses on plural site, covering DVD.

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Uber, Lyft may be forced to make drivers employees under new California court order

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:22 sec | Last month

Uber, Lyft may be forced to make drivers employees under new California court order

"California's Attorney General filing a legal motion against uber lift to force the get companies to classify workers as employees under the state's new employment law AB five Steve Smith with the California labor federation says the companies are cheating their workers out of basic protections like unemployment and Inslee's companies continue to break the law without

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Becoming the Expert - Allan Langer

Daily Sales Tips

02:43 min | Last month

Becoming the Expert - Allan Langer

"Today's tip comes from Allan Langer. Allen's the author of the seven secrets to selling more by selling less that he wrote as an antidote to the numerous pitch trainings and teachings that have existed for decades, but simply didn't produce the results he knew could be achieved here. He is hey everyone allan. Langer here from the seven Secrets Center for sales and marketing and. And here is my sales tip for you. I call it becoming the expert and what I mean by this is perception. Is Reality Okay? You have to be perceived as the expert in your field, whether you are not so with today's attention span I just looked at some statistics and the average attention span today for the average human being is seven seconds especially online, so if there's someone out there who has a problem and they? They are looking for someone to solve that problem with product or a service. They are going to look to see if you are an expert and you have seven seconds from your standpoint to show them that you are where they need to have the perception that you are the expert. Let me give you an example of what I mean. Let's say I. I mean the market for Lampshades, and I, met a networking function and there's. There's well. There's two lampshade guys in the room so I meet both of them I take both of their business cards, and then I'm gone from the networking function and a few days later I think Oh, boy, I need to order lampshades. I pick up both business cards and I look at one, and says Joe Smith Lampshade consultant, and then I look at the other business card, and it says Steve Smith Senior lampshade consultant. Well now I. Don't really remember either person, but I'm going to call the senior lampshade consultant. Why because right there I am perceiving Steve as more of an expert than Joe simply because of his title. Okay, so you need to take a step back and look through the eyes of your customer to how you're perceived. Website on your company's website. What your title is! How are you perceive in your Lincoln Profile? Are you perceived as an expert in your field as an expert in your product or your service, or are you perceived as just another sales rep the perception right now. You have that seven seconds to have. Someone believed that you are the expert. Because once you do that, you'll have a much easier time getting in front of that customer. You'll have a much easier time selling that customer, because really you need to believe you're the expert as well, but the perception has to be there, and that has to be from the customer's standpoint. Okay, so that's my tip. Become the expert, the customer has to perceive you as the expert. And if they do, you'll have a much better time closing the

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Court Ruling On Popular Weedkiller Dicamba Upends Midwestern Agriculture

Environment: NPR

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Court Ruling On Popular Weedkiller Dicamba Upends Midwestern Agriculture

"A federal court has rebuked the Environmental Protection Agency and declared that it is no longer legal to spray. One of the country's most widely used herbicides. It's causing turmoil in mid Western agriculture NPR's Dan Charles has the story. Four years ago, the gave farmers a green light to expand their use of a Weedkiller, cold dyke, Cambe they started spraying it on new varieties of soybeans that had been genetically modified to tolerate the chemical, and from the beginning. It's been hugely controversial. Steve Smith is chairman of the save our crops coalition, which was set up to fight die Cambe. Problem is the chemistry of this product. It doesn't stay where it's supposed to. It sometimes evaporates and drifts into neighboring fields, orchards damage has been reported on millions of acres of other crops mostly soybeans. It was predicted. Predictable what the outcome would be! Several environmental groups sued the EPA saying that the agency violated the law by re approving those uses of Dot Cambe two years ago. And last Wednesday a Federal Circuit Court agreed revoked the EPA's decision. It was early evening in Illinois and Jean Pain President of the Illinois Fertilizer and Chemical Association outside grilling dinner. She came inside discovered dozens of messages on her phone. Everybody had questions what it means. Can I still use Dyke Cambe what is going on? That decision has thrown pains world into chaos, because we are in the middle of soybean production season in largest soybean state in the united. States, most soybeans in the country are now die. Cambe tolerant farmers ready to spray it. But in Illinois Minnesota and South Dakota pains, says state officials have been clear. The court's decision is the law guys. You need to quit using this. Other states are like Iowa have told farmers. It's still okay to spray die camp. Tells them not to. The EPA took several days to respond to the court's decision. Late on, Monday, it issued an order that bans any further sale of these specific dot com products, but the agency also says if farmers in professional applicators have already bought die, Cambe, they don't have to return it. They can spray it instead. Dan Charles NPR news.

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Americans Divided on Trump's Handling of COVID-19 Situation

Forum

02:53 min | 2 months ago

Americans Divided on Trump's Handling of COVID-19 Situation

"It's become a major kind of the bone of contention Steve Smith another member of the Lincoln project has come out and said that he holds trump responsible for so much of the economic collapse we have now as well as well the the the many of the deaths reaching close to a hundred thousand how much should you hold him responsible for those where we are now at the Pentagon I'm a trump obviously didn't cause the pandemic and many countries that where he does not cover and I've had severe economic effects so you can't hold a wholly responsible as president you're responsible for how you respond to crises on the crisis originates outside of your job is to manage and you know Donald trump's defenders will say things like well yet none of this is his fault because it happened outside the United States but the whole reason we hire presidents is to have someone there to respond to the response has been a failure and I think we can I've read a big article for the Atlantic sort of itemizing the timeline that shows why he failed through December January Donald trump's top priority was to negotiate some face saving trade deal to skate the trade war he had started against China that was weighing so heavily on his reelection prospects remember through the second half of twenty nineteen the economy was looking kind of soggy because the shock of the straight difficulties so he was building toward a big trade deal in January twenty twenty and he didn't want anything to distract from that and so he ignored everything on toward from China wouldn't save his neck and that is the real and that this is going to build a process bad news and things that bore him I think it's quite a line experts meant we lost months and months of this crisis was much worse than it had to be it it was going to be that no matter what they didn't have to be this bad what about what does someone like Charles blow of The New York Times says which is essentially that there is much work done from sands because in mid March he was still telling American people there's nothing to worry about this pandemic would be over and there simply weren't going to be more deaths right what trump is fantasising his method has always been in this is I think a big part of how he gauges the world the he tries to sell you the idea that this disgusting looking sake is really a great state this big university is a real university this is a multi multi level marketing scam is the way you are going to find a way to fame and fortune so that's the way he's he's done the presidency and he had enough windows is back for the first three years that it seemed to do well enough I have this you know hi my observation he's the rooster who took credit for the sunrise and now he finds the sun setting and he desperately wants to not take blame for the sunset but he didn't because the sun rise in the first place either

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March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

Sports Criminals

03:38 min | 4 months ago

March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

"March twenty fourth. Two thousand eighteen is now one of the most infamous days in the history of Cricket. But it wasn't because of an incredible player controversial officiating it's because somebody committed a be most brazen acts of cheating the sport had ever seen and it was all caught on camera. Welcome to sports criminals of our cast. Original this is the twenty ninth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson and today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eighteen and a scandal known as sandpaper gate in rocked. The cricket world in shock fans and pundits alike when you see images of white-clad gentlemen playing cricket. It's hard to imagine. Any of them are capable of cheating. The sport is so proper that some games even feature a mandated. Lunch break in a twenty minute pause for afternoon tea but it was during one of these breaks that Australian cricketeres hatched one of the most notorious scandals in the sport's history March twenty four. Th Two thousand eighteen was the third day of a four match series between Australia and South Africa. The teams were nodded at one. A piece with South Africa was starting to pull away if the Australians did mount a comeback. They were in serious trouble desperate to gain edge on their rivals. Some of Australia's senior players came up with a plan team. Captain Steve Smith notice that the Africans were struggling with balls thrown with reverse swing akin to a knuckleball pitcher in baseball to give the ball movement Smith and Group of players decided to rough it up a bit on his way. Back out to the green fielder. Cameron bancroft grabbed piece of sticky tape from an equipment bag and stuffed it in his pocket when no one was looking. He grabs some dirt and stuck it on the tape creating sort of homemade sandpaper the next time. He got the ball. He used the tape to scuff it. he wasn't as sneaky as he thought. Tv cameras captured the whole thing and casted on the jumbotron for all to see. Bancroft tried to hide the evidence by quickly stuffing the tape down the front of his pants with the cameras. Already trained on him. It was too late. They replayed the close up of him hiding it in his pants then they replayed it again and again in slow motion. He had been caught red handed. Once play concluded for the day Smith in Bancroft confessed to everything as punishment Smith and vice captain. David Warner were suspended. For twelve months Bancroft was banned for nine though many made light of scandal known as Sandpaper Gate. It left a dark stain on the Australian cricket community. It created such a national controversy that Prime Minister Malcolm. Turnbull even weighed in. He declared to the whole nation. Who HOLDS THOSE? Who wear the baggy green up on a pedestal. This is shocking disappointment. Since then Steve Smith and the other disgraced cricketeres have served their sentences and return to the field. It's safe to say the fans and TV cameras will forever keep a close eye on.

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Hundreds of flights cancelled and thousands delayed as winter storm disrupts Thanksgiving travel

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Hundreds of flights cancelled and thousands delayed as winter storm disrupts Thanksgiving travel

"Paul thank you hundreds of flights were canceled and thousands delayed for travelers heading home after the thanksgiving holiday as a deadly winter storm moves to the northeast on Sunday packing one last punch of snow and ice the National Weather Service predicted more than a foot of snow and swaths of upstate New York and New England officer Steve Smith is with the Albany New York police department you see people traveling a little too fast because they don't have the proper equipment especially snow tires are trying to drive up things getting the getting stuck in the other thing I'm seeing too which is really important so we see a lot of people probably too closely when the roads are slick as they are right now give yourself some space between yourself and the

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Interview with John Nunemaker About His Developer Career

Ruby on Rails Podcast

06:40 min | 10 months ago

Interview with John Nunemaker About His Developer Career

"So John. What is your developer origin story yeah yeah what the basically the way it started as. I always enjoyed math and stuff like that in high school going way back and when I went to college I just started. I kind of assumed like there was some computer stuff going on so this was two thousand and two thousand four and a lot of stuff was was happening opening that seemed exciting and at the Ogden programming so I took some programming classes the first one I think was visual basic and I did well in the the class didn't really feel like I learned anything and then I took another class next semester that was see and the teacher was in my my opinion back then then it was hard core so it was like we were on Lenox. We learn how to compile. We were doing you know see and even some Pearl. I think also and I remember you're right out of the gate struggling big time I basically had not I basically learned how to program in the first class and so I I spent every office hours for the entire semester and pull my Grad from like an F. Which I had never had my entire life about three weeks into I think I ended up with like a b. Minus so ended up kind of getting the hang of it and and progressing then my senior year it would have been the end of my junior year. They had this major class where you could take one class for entire month and I was all you did so it was like really intensive three or four hours a day and I took a web job in like Photoshop class and absolutely love because it took the stuff that was cool programming. I enjoyed making Gregorian calendars and things like that but it being able to put it on the Internet and then instantly like have my mom was kind of next level and so I think that's from then on basically I've been hooked on the web so the next semester I took independent study in PHP and my sequel build a little bed and breakfast website and and then kind of fell into my first job and then fell into my second job small consultancies and stuff like that just cranking out websites and then I think from there ended up at Notre Dame and got to University of Notre Dame got to learn a lot of really good things in work around great team and Matt eventually who become kind of my co-founder at ordered list Steve Smith and and with the two of us hit it off. He was Kinda Front End. I was kind of back end and we both enjoyed our our parts and so I ended up leaving Notre Dame and joining him and then the rest of it you kind of mentioned where we went to build some stuff and eventually ended up at at hub so I think that's kind of where it started from me so it's basically like two thousand three two thousand four kind of got into some web stuff absolutely loved it and did nothing. I mean my entire twenty s were like way too much time with my sequel and that eventually into like ruby on rails and stuff like that was ordered list building ruby and ruby on rails yeah so we when and he went Steve and I were still at Notre Dame we built the content management system that we call conductor because conductor had an NDA and it was conducting inducting websites. We were very smart all the names we probably took all all the vowels out because that was when you know flicker and all those didn't have have bowel so that was probably it probably didn't have vowels either but basically we were like. We're going to build this in rails. It's going to be awesome and like I remember Notre. Dame was very against at the time against new technologies and so we kind of just did it. We paid for out of our departments funds instead of using like a general. It stuff like that and it was on rails and then when I joined ordered last I mean we were consultants basically but or list inc but what we did right away we knew long-term we wanted to be in products and so we started started harmony which was basically like we rebuilt conductor from the ground up as a way to make it faster for us to ship websites for clients basically and so that's kind of yeah so it was all all ruby on rails stuff so awesome will the next question I have for you is really kind of a two parter so first of all. I'd love to hear about box South Sports. What is that yeah so box out sports I just joined in January and what that is is it's basically we hope mostly college sports and now kind of delving into high school as well with their social media presence and so basically any kind of info graphic or game game update half and of Quarter player the game interesting stats quotes all the stuff that if you are on instagram lot you'll see it all over. ESPN bleacher report those kinds of things infographics huge on facebook and instagram sell the company started maybe five years ago and and it's again with Steve Smith and then with two other guys Raby lightfoot and Jeff Myers. Neither of them are programmers but the four of us are all in now and basically they. They started it. Maybe three or four years ago and I just joined and it's going really well. a lot of good saturation in College a lot of college sports use us for just updating on. Here's here's how all the Games are going for all their teams James Volleyball Men's and women's football soccer basketball baseball softball everything that you can kind of imagine we have different graphic packages packages for as really similar. I was talked to Steve. About how similar it is to harmony harmony was basically this like template and data's system where a developer would like like create this template and then that from that template we derive like a pretty form to show a contact person so they didn't have to worry about html and CSS and where things will go and just made it really easy for them to put it in and this infographics thing the exact same thing. It's basically like this template system where a developer primarily Japhet box out will create these templates and they have what what's what are the data inputs that we need and then when a sports information director her or someone who's athletics or a student worker whose at a game is doing an update they don't have to think about like what's our branding look like does this is this designed find well or any of that kind of stuff they have these stock templates they just fill in the data and then they get beautiful graphics to share just a a really simple way to like you know defined templates and end up with with Japex and PNG's and actually uses electron on the back end for some of the rendering and stuff like that which is kind of cool too.

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"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's by the way that's not bad company man but you're right there. That's good. That's not a bad promo for Monday night. Football still turning one team still got a shot despite their quarterback having mono. I can't believe it Mike a AH listen. At least you still have your mets right correct. there's still sort of hanging in there and we'll see where it goes. Well look enjoy. I know that it's bittersweet when when a kid goes. I don't know actually from what I one day. I will experience this as you pointed out. When we chatted off air the other day are taking taking your kid to northwestern. What a beautiful school as you all know so tell nucleoside Greenberg. We we send our best. I will thank you my man good to talk okay. We'll do it next time under more pleasant circa. I love it. We'll check. Thanks the call you gotTA. That's Mike Greenberg at Greenie. ESPN mets to out by the way. Did you see the line score at the mets yesterday on nine eleven did nine runs eleven hits. He can't make that stuff. You cannot you cannot and bobby. V. Got a huge standing ovation in the pre game ceremony as well. He showed he was so so important to the city of New York and the sports world for the mets it was him Tori obviously baseball and it was herm Edwards and Tom Cough. I was fossil now his fossil yet for the giants eight four four two zero four rich number to dial. We'll take your phone calls next phone. Call we take our from Steve Smith senior calling in from Carolina Talk Panthers and Bucks. We'll talk the rest of the NFL. I'm sure he will have something to say on this subject and I will hold my breath during his answer..

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Clemson fires Steve Smith

SportsCenter AllNight

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Clemson fires Steve Smith

"From college football, Clemson has fired men's basketball systems, Steve Smith, his voice is heard on a federal wiretap at the ongoing trial into college corruption. Smith was also seen in an undercover video meeting with agent runner Christian Dawkins recording had something about recruiting Ziad. Williamson dockings is accused of bribing college basketball coaches, testified earlier this week closing arguments show images of him giving envelopes stuffed with cash to assistant. Coaches from

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Josh Rosen unfollows Arizona Cardinals on social media

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Josh Rosen unfollows Arizona Cardinals on social media

"Fate in Arizona was pretty much said after the cardinals took Murray with the number one overall pick. But even before Rosen was traded on Friday to Miami. He unformed the cardinals on his social media accounts. Well, that sit well with former wide receiver Steve Smith from NFL network who ripped the quarterback saying, quote when things don't go your way, you're going to cry in the corner yesterday. Smith continued his criticism of Rosen. Take a listen, I'm getting tired of this generation where when things don't go, right? They do this passive aggressiveness. You know pass it won't let me un-filed somebody. Let me do this. Let me do that my whole thing with Joshua necessarily that I I question a player. I don't question a player, but you see what goes Florida's did. I get them and says he's going to compete. Games about competing game main about what show draft staticy is. It's about what can you do on a football field? And are you ready to play ball or you go follow people Sosa? Median

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Cricket: Disgraced Smith, Warner left out of Australia ODI squad for Pakistan

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Cricket: Disgraced Smith, Warner left out of Australia ODI squad for Pakistan

"Cricket fans will remember the scandal dubbed sandpaper Gatewood balls were tampered with by Australia during a test in Cape, Tamil, Australia. Just announced a squad for their one day series against Pakistan and neither Steve Smith, nor David Warner have been included despite being eligible for the final two matches of that when they year long bands for their part in that

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Officials defend actions after migrant girl dies in custody

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Officials defend actions after migrant girl dies in custody

"Made the difficult journey through treacherous terrain. This is just a very sad example of the dangers of this charity, according to DHS customs and border patrol agents. Apprehended the girl and her father on December six at the antelope wells border port of entry in western New Mexico along with a group of migrants turning themselves in to the US agents. It was there that DHS says her father at first told border agents his daughter was in good health. It was noted on an English language intake form that the father signed. But he does not speak English. The father and daughter waited for hours before boarding. Rush to a nearby border station. DHS says on the way to Lord Burgh, New Mexico ninety five miles away the girl ran a high fever and started vomiting at one point. She stopped breathing agents revived her and called the head for emergency medical help just over an hour after reaching the border station. She was airlifted to providence children's hospital in El Paso, Texas, one hundred sixty miles away. Her father traveled there separately. The girl suffered cardiac arrest in the hospital was revived but did not recover. She died on the morning of December eight the coroner has not ruled on her cause of death this family chose to cross illegally. What happened here was they were ninety ninety miles away from where we could process them. We gave immediate care. We'll continue to look into the situation. But again, I cannot stress how dangerous this journey is. When migrants she used to come here illegally does administration take responsibility for a parent taking child on a trek through Mexico. To get to this country. No, not far from this hospital in El Paso, the group border network for human rights takes issue with the Trump administration blaming the girl's father. This is not the America that we believe that we used to believe I I mean, mean. the decision of the border these tuition is going to come in on the rest of our society. This is not what the Mary Kay. And Jake the department of homeland security inspector general says that it will launch an internal investigation into the death of this young girl in that the report will be made public, but critics are also wondering why it took DHS more than a week to talk about this case publicly and asking why took a news report to bring this story to light Jake. All right eleven Darren El Paso. Thank you so much be sure to tune in this Sunday morning to state of the union. I guess we'll be Senator Susan Collins, congressman Elijah Cummings. It all starts at nine AM and noon eastern our coverage on CNN continues right now. I will see you Sunday morning. Have a good weekend. So many people around the world, depend on CNN's quality reporting. Now, they have an incredible online store, we've clothes gear and gadgets right now, you can get fifteen percent off your purchase. Just visit store dot CNN dot com. And when you're checking out into the code CNN podcast, just one word get a fifteen percent discount. It's that simple. That store dot CNN dot com. What's up everybody? Steve Smith here. Letting you know that players only is back on a new night. Come hang with me, see web. Isaiah thomas. Kevin McHale g a three D And Candace Parker every Monday night. We'll be bringing you the nights NBA action. Like only the players

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Stan Lee's death reminds us we need his superheroes more than ever

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Stan Lee's death reminds us we need his superheroes more than ever

"Comic. Book legend, STAN Lee has passed away at ninety five with more. Here's USA's. Chris Barnes created or co created Black Panthers. Spiderman the X men the mighty four fantastic. Four honored, man. The incredible hulk and ant man on countless other characters got started in comics in nineteen thirty nine joining timely comics as an office assistant publisher founded by Lee's cousin in law. Martin Goodman, would eventually transform into marvel comics in one thousand nine hundred sixty one Lee ran and wrote her marvel until nineteen seventy-two took all the role of publisher as early as passing on Monday morning at cedars Sinai hospital at BBC entertainment reporter, Steve Smith, puts it this way, spider man, and man on man and the rest will continue to slug it out without STAN. The film studios have lost. The most precious they ever got their hands on

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Stan Lee's death reminds us we need his superheroes more than ever

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Stan Lee's death reminds us we need his superheroes more than ever

"Comic. Book legend, STAN Lee has passed away at ninety five with more. Here's USA's. Chris Barnes created or co created Black Panthers. Spiderman the X men the mighty four fantastic. Four honored, man. The incredible hulk and ant man on countless other characters got started in comics in nineteen thirty nine joining timely comics as an office assistant publisher founded by Lee's cousin in law. Martin Goodman, would eventually transform into marvel comics in one thousand nine hundred sixty one Lee ran and wrote her marvel until nineteen seventy-two took all the role of publisher as early as passing on Monday morning at cedars Sinai hospital at BBC entertainment reporter, Steve Smith, puts it this way, spider man, and man on man and the rest will continue to slug it out without STAN. The film studios have lost. The most precious they ever got their hands on

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"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And it was a and it had implications of home field advantage and playoff position. And you saw what we saw is to defenses who are struggling but every great offense right now currently in two thousand eighteen season. The great offices have poor defenses. And the really good defenses have terrible offenses. So in that regard, Steve Smith senior. Is the most complete team the Los Angeles chargers because I mean, they got the running game. They got the quarterback. They've got some receivers they've got to be. They've got a defense. They just don't have a kick or they already by the way, they released Caleb Sturgis today. I can't they're like Alabama. They can't figure out how they get a kicker. So is that what you say you think the chargers the most complete team in the NFL through through nine weeks. I wouldn't say that most complete team, but they seem to have everything on both sides of the ball. They don't seem to have discrepancy that so huge when you look at the the the New Orleans. Saints defense are struggling a little bit they stopped there. You have to you got number one in a rush to eight and a pass that that's such a large number, right? They're the Rams. They got a great deal line bad secondary. You look at Kansas City. They're outscoring people look at Jacksonville. Great defense. Their offense is pretty much at a snail's pace. You know Green Bay you look at their defense. They're young they use a first they use their first and second last year I to draft corners, you don't draft that many corners that much unless you need help. Right. I mean, I can go on and on about teams that the discrepancy is Knighton day on a defense and offense and the teams that can basically in two thousand eighteen football season saying who can out if I can score you and hopefully make you make some steaks on defense win the game. And that's the New Orleans Saints that Steve Smith senior NFL network right.

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"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He will be part of it. Panther Steelers on FOX NFL network, Amazon prime video. He's also a stellar part of the group of good morning football weekend at seven AM eastern time every single Sunday. He is future. Pro football hall of Famer Steve Smith. How are you? Steve. Co-workers? I'm fine co worker what did you think of the Michael Thomas cell phone? Celebration. Steve. Solas he way forward. I already knew what was going on. It was pretty. Pretty funny. You know, some people didn't like it. I know Troy was on there. He he didn't like the regional one. He definitely been might the tribute. But I mean, you gotta understand that with those young guys, and that's football celebrations about just kind of have fun. You know, some people prefer you to act like you've been there before. But as I know, hey, has some point you will never be able to score test every phone with I hear you. And it's got nothing to do with fun. I love fun. I love these touchdown celebrations. But when you know that you're gonna get flagged for what you're doing doesn't that? That's the that's the issue. I have for at the moment to I mean Rams are downtown. You wanna keep them down ten? Yeah. I agree. But. I don't know it's tough because I'm all about, you know, just kind of having that kind of fun. I get the penalty and all that stuff. I I think at the end of the day they got to win. And let's be honest if that penalty. Was part of the reason why they lost. They didn't they deserve to win the game either way. So that's kind of how look at it coat, you know, coach Peyton pride in like it. But you know, at the same time those guys are going. I mean my man put up twelve to eleven yards. He just went to work. I mean, he put the Woosh at Marcus Peters. What's wrong, Marcus Peters? Do you think? Steve is there something what's what's happened with him? Well, what happened with him is? One of the things he always has been a guy who Campbell's his football intelligence off the route out of the out of the building he knows how to play he watches film. But what what she in right now with him. And is he's being exposed to lax athleticism, and he's not a really strong guy. You know, like Jalen Ramsey is a strong ice tall strong. When you look at Margaret speed is he's not strong. He's not quick. And when you put all those things together, and you're gambler, you get you get PI penalties. Because now you're just trying to survive. Right. And this is just clearly from a wide receiver evaluation evaluating a corner. He is a guy when you go back to Kansas City. He didn't follow. Stayed on one side with the Rams they have him following. And it's not working out getting exposed people are going at him. He people used to go away from him. Now people are going at him. He is not the guy in in, you know, less less need, and and and Sean McVeigh came out and said, they don't like that people saying they're all in let me tell you a secret about the Los Angeles Rams. They trade it for to lead mortgage Peters because. Do you the guys backups that are covering people or attempting to cover people it's not going anywhere? The second Allah commerical out of actually. Three guys were there. One guy Joyner was trying to make the tackle the other guy hoped out of the guy may tackle another guy. Just closed out. They on the back half in the secondary. Or not a good on guys. And we're seeing that weekend and week out. So do you prescribe to the theory that the saints just not only expose the Rams but pass them in the NFC race right now because that was a playoff game playoff atmosphere?.

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"steve smith" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"For NFL dot com yesterday my personal. Battle with, depression Which is hard to believe after hearing that montage, of highlights and all the moments we remember of Steve Smith but this. Is a pretty lengthy essay he wrote for NFL, dot com I don't have time to read the. Whole thing but I will cover some of the highlights here Steve Smith writes the first time. I stepped into a counseling session, was in two thousand two when I saw a sports psychologist I was able to retain what helped me reach my peak performance and able to get in the. Zone shutting out the noise and, negative thoughts on the field I did that with flying colors but I wasn't able, to grasp that concept in my life outside of the game I. Couldn't quiet the noise and the negative thoughts in my mind it wasn't until I stepped away from the game at the end of the two thousand sixteen NFL season that I really. Began to take ownership. And understand my personal journey. With depression don't get me wrong I love football always have I took immense pride in being a. Tough, in your face wide receiver I am content. With what I did in my career I hung it up after. Sixteen years of antagonizing defensive backs putting up fourteen thousand seven hundred and thirty one receiving yards and Eighty-one receiving touchdowns on them while making five pro bowls and earning two first team. All pro nuts pretty. Good right well if I. Told you that I never truly enjoyed those moments never felt genuine delight In any of. My accomplishments he said what if, I told you. That Steve Smith goes onto say despite all of my achievements I routinely felt trapped inferior and alone this overwhelmed me internally and often left me mentally physically and emotionally broken thinking back to when I experienced these emotions most significantly several specific moments come to mind one goes all the way back to the two thousand. Three NFC championship game. When we the Carolina Panthers defeated the Philadelphia Eagles I. Should have been elated that we were headed, to the organization's first Super Bowl in. Its ninth year of existence yet I couldn't get over. The fact that we didn't perform well statistically in the fourteen to three win and had effectively throwing the ball with just one hundred and one passing yards in that game I was so upset I couldn't even get myself to hold the, conference. Trophy, we earned the app to become world champions but in that. Victory I felt defeated Some of the excerpts from Steve Smith senior my personal battle. With depression written by Steve Smith posted at NFL dot com yesterday he goes. On to say in two thousand. Thirteen my final. Urine Carolina I hit a point where I was so overwhelmed that I wasn't sure what to do or how to handle my emotions small things in my daily life impacted me in a big way and I was a cynic of everything and everyone it was at that point I decided with hesitancy to try counseling. For non football related. Matters for the first time in my life he goes. On to say I continued counseling sessions when. I got to Baltimore, the following year I've learned through hours and hours of counseling and I'm still learning so much about the battle I. Fight within one thing has, become abundantly clear the best thing I ever did for my wellbeing Was to seek help I've always been able, to beat my opponent but, for sixteen NFL seasons I also beat up on myself If they'll, easier in the. Moment to suppress my feelings and move on if I. Could do it all over again, I'd be open I talk about and not feel ashamed of my. Struggles Steve Smith goes, on to say and this is the, final couple of. Paragraphs of his right up NFL dot com says. All human beings have. Strengths and weaknesses physical and mental you are defined by how you play the hand you're dealt in life I. Spent the last year grieving in the sense that the fact that I no longer am a football player the one thing I've been my entire life re myself has been quite the process and learning to be okay with that even more so my advice to anyone suffering from mental health issues and..

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"steve smith" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Steve smith you played with him absolutely that that's what sports is about it's about three agencies being able to go we.

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"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"No okay i'll say future hall of famer steve smith could see how are you always always good appreciate that and you're gonna be spending a few segments with us and right now i'd love for you to join me in welcoming on the phone line a man who's always all over all of these things from the m qb peter king how are you peter rich steve how you guys doing doing good we are hanging in there so peter walk me through what you have gleaned of of john dorsey mindset to pull the trigger on baker mayfield number one overall relatively speaking i think there was unanimity inside his organization number one to pick mayfield that includes that includes an and i have not spoken to hugh jackson but i will you know before the end of this weekend but it certainly includes the scouting staff like scott mcclellan who they've taken on who's obviously a big baker mayfield backer elliott wolff we brought in from green bay i think that this is a a big surprise outside the building this is the decision they've reached and in the draft nick community it's not a big surprise inside their building we usa prostate none surprises me anymore in his short time because of how much the valuations people fall in love with players and fall out of love with players based on various reasons and how they interact with them increases that factual information or decreases it and i think they fell in love with them based on the interview and watching them and watching the film and how quickly you think he's gonna start peter i blush no i think it's going to be a long while this team obviously still going to lose some games i think tyrod taylor you know they say he's going to be the quarterback this year he's going to be the quarterback at least the first whatever quarter third of the season problem i think we putting baker mayfield in the game in the games too quickly is that he's just going to get beaten down this is a team that is four and forty nine since thanksgiving of two thousand fourteen you know they're winning winning quarterback over the last four years is johnny mandel it's just you know it's it's why why fi guided the wolves quickly just to satisfy.

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"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"End they're also giving away three teller dev craft ui licenses in for dot net rocks listeners they'll also be giving away a teller dev craft ui license every week all you have to do is register at build contest dot plop dot me that's build contest dot p w o p dot m e progress offers the leading platform for developing and deploying mission critical business applications the creator of the award winning teller dot net and kendall you ui java script user interface components and controls reporting solutions and productivity tools progress offers all the tools developers need to build high performance modern apps with outstanding you i go now to build contest dot pope dot me and sign up to win and we're back it's dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell and we're here with our friend steve smith who's talking about clean architecture so you're saying about your three projects that's right so so in the core project you've got all your business logic the the most important thing to remember about this core project is nothing else it doesn't depend on anything else if you can help it so it depends on you know the framework donna framework dunakor but it doesn't depend on sequel server or the networking stack or your file system or any type of external infrastructure type stuff that all goes in another project which i call infrastructure so the infrastructure project is the second project in the solution it depends on the core project inside the infrastructure project you're gonna put all your implementations of anything that needs to talk to outside resources like databases and web services and file systems and these these classes that you're gonna write will implement interfaces that are defining core.

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"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"End they're also giving away three teller dev craft ui licenses in for dot net rocks listeners they'll also be giving away a teller dev craft ui license every week all you have to do is register at build contest dot plop dot me that's build contest dot p w o p dot m e progress offers the leading platform for developing and deploying mission critical business applications the creator of the award winning teller dot net and kendall you ui java script user interface components and controls reporting solutions and productivity tools progress offers all the tools developers need to build high performance modern apps with outstanding you i go now to build contest dot pope dot me and sign up to win and we're back it's dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell and we're here with our friend steve smith who's talking about clean architecture so you're saying about your three projects that's right so so in the core project you've got all your business logic the the most important thing to remember about this core project is nothing else it doesn't depend on anything else if you can help it so it depends on you know the framework donna framework dunakor but it doesn't depend on sequel server or the networking stack or your file system or any type of external infrastructure type stuff that all goes in another project which i call infrastructure so the infrastructure project is the second project in the solution it depends on the core project inside the infrastructure project you're gonna put all your implementations of anything that needs to talk to outside resources like databases and web services and file systems and these these classes that you're gonna write will implement interfaces that are defining core.

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"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"When you say too much you mean never know all all right it's time to bring back to the show mr steve smith he's an entrepreneur and software developer with a passion for building quality softwares effectively as possible he's published several courses on plural site covering dvd solid design patterns and software architecture steve is microsoft mvp a frequent speaker at developer conferences and author anna trainer in one of the founders of dev iq a training technology company focused on improving software development teams you can follow steve online at our dallas dot com that's a r d a l i s dot com or at our dallas on twitter welcome back steve hi kara hi richard how's it going he megan it's good it's good are you back we just saw show their debit or section right that's right that was a good show great show could fund i had a good turn out for my workshop on dvd with a sp dot net core and a couple of sessions one of which was actually on clean architecture so i've got all this fresh in my mind yeah we we'd really rigidly contemplated doing it on the at the show itself a just timing was hard hey i know you didn't have a chance to read that blog post but what did you think of sammer's list of things that he did mistakes that he made us a beginner programmer i thought that was great i actually did read it myself separately from you pointing out last week or two weeks ago it's similar some of it like the googling part are similar to post i put up on hacker noon called working three roadblocks a guide for new programmers and got a lot of of well for me anyway it got a lot of shares and like so folks i haven't seen that they might want to check that out.

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"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Reminiscent of the google weirdo song you remember the google weirdo song yes there's a song you haven't put on the show in a decade call rory and see what's up and maybe he could come on and do a google weirdos from time all right that'd be something all right well today i've got a blog post which i think is sort of germane to what steve smith is going to be talking about it's by some air buna and it's called the mistakes i made as a beginner programmer nice and i'm just going to list them and of course he goes into detail in the blog post but number one writing code without planning number two planning to much before writing code i can hear steve smiling number three underestimating the importance of code quality number four picking the first solution five not quitting six not googling seven not using encapsulation eight planning for the unknown nine not using the right data structures in ten making existing code worse and i'm sure steve has got a lot to to comment on about all of these things because you guys are in the same space head space anyway right now so that's what i got it's a great blog post highly recommend reading it top to bottom in thank you sam air for for writing it awesome so who's talking to us today richard grabbed common show fourteen ninety four from back in november of twenty seventeen not that long ago talking about developer tips and design patterns with one stephen smith lots of comments on that show but that's unusual steve usually engenders a ton of comments from the show and this particular comments good one until she's from a few months ago it says hey guys this is from jonathan ube i enjoyed listening to your show the test builder pattern is something that i came across a couple of years ago mark seaman points out that instead of creating and maintaining a bunch of test builders you might wanna consider automating the task of building classes mark created a framework called auto fixture which allows you to build tested and classes that you are.

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"steve smith" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Le Show

"The results mean those figures might need to be revised upwards by more than twenty percent seagrass seagrass at flowering grass like plant that grows and cello waters it gathers carbon dissolved in the sea and buries it below the surface unlike forests the store carbon for about sixty years before releasing much of its seagrass meadows often star the corbett the carbon for thousands of years until they're disturbed that process is thought to offset up to two percent of humanity's greenhouse gas emissions so don't disturb the seagrass and now an early onset apologies of the week steve smith is a member of the australian national cricket team he returned home this week after a ball tampering scandal that rocked the australian cricket and had a tear filled news conference at the sydney airport it's out of something like this my teammates fans of cricket all over the world and to all the stray liens with disappointed angry i'm sorry what happened in cape ten all ready been laid out by cricket ustralia to what wanna make that is captain of the estrella cricket team i take full responsibility i made a serious ever of judgment and i now understand the consequences it was a failure of leadership ladyship do everything i can to make up my mistake and the damage caused if any good can come this can be a listen to others the no hope can be a force to change.

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Uber sells Southeast Asia business to Grab after costly battle

Midday on WNYC

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Uber sells Southeast Asia business to Grab after costly battle

"That is one of the top stories this money eighteen minutes past the hour another major stories or sports story as well custom website's here yeah i'm trying to hide my striding accent this morning not that i didn't know in trying the queen's english all night and it's not working but anyway these trading cricket captain steve smith is feeling the weight of a disappointed in shock nation and may after admitting his part in a plot to tampa with the ball during the third test against south africa on the weekend now you don't really understand the tv pictures caught cameron bancroft using yellow tape to basically create a sticky patch on the ball and what that was going to do is create a little sticky granules could stick to the bowl and then change the condition of that helps it swing differently and give the the bowling team some advantage was with has been banned from the fourth and final test against south africa as well as being find his entire match feet from the third test by the international cricket council but i'm sure there's more punishment to come the training prime minister has had his guy at the trailing cricket team as well in other sports news nigeria's blessing kebara has set a new african two hundred meter record at a meeting in texas had time at twenty two point zero four seconds beat record held jointly by to click and mary on yali by to hundreds of a second in football camera a camera with three one friendly win over kuwait and steph curry will miss the start of the nba playoffs next season he's injured again thanks kirsten webster refusing we've let her off lightly don't worry she's back in twenty minutes and lots of sports news let's talk business now as well sweeping chan is on the business desk this morning we're going to talk uber uber in southeast asia what's happening yeah it feels a bit like history repeating itself it's pulling out selling southeast asian business to grab that's his big rival in the region two years ago it sold it's trying to business to a ditty after period of intense rivalry between the two companies back then it took a seventeen percent stake in did he's doing the same this time but taking a twenty seven point five percent stake in grab and dara was shot he the.

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Tax cut, bonuses for workers? Many businesses not sure yet

24 Hour News

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Tax cut, bonuses for workers? Many businesses not sure yet

"More more job cuts coming it outdoors retailer ll bean and there will also be no bonus for workers for the first time since two thousand eight the company says sales declined slightly over the past year and it's reporting annual revenue of one point six billion which was nearly flat for its fiscal year ceo steve smith says nearly five hundred workers took advantage of a voluntary early retirement program and another one hundred jobs will be eliminated next month the workforce reduc action a tightening of the company's returns and shipping policies and pension changes are part of beans efforts to return to revenue growth a host of maine's first marijuana themed radio show says he hopes that educates listeners and breaks down the stigma surrounding pot the portland press reports cannabis connection debuted on wfan x last month medical marijuana shop owner dawson julia and on air personality chris rush host the program which airs monday evenings julia says he came up with the idea for the segment while listening to a radio debate about whether cannabis users can buy.

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 7 US service members killed in Iraq helicopter crash

24 Hour News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

7 US service members killed in Iraq helicopter crash

"White house pushes back against whispers of a staffing purge insisting reports of tumbled an imminent departures are overblown press secretary sarah sanders policy priorities change there that means that sometimes you're going to have personnel change that's not different for this administration as it has been in any other administration business retail groups work indicate keep president trump from calling for tariffs on imports from china the jaber commerce national retail federation say multibillion dollar tariffs could be devastating to the economy an announcement by the president could come as early as next week five new york city doctors face federal charges of taking bribes and kickbacks from an arizona based pharmaceutical company to prescribe millions of dollars worth of a highly addictive feno based spray painkiller there's been no comment from the company insys therapeutics i'm tim mcguire a us military helicopter has gone down in iraq ap washington correspondent saga megani reports all seven service members aboard were killed in the crash officials say the helicopter went down in western iraq's on bar province a statement here at the pentagon says it does not appear enemy activity caused the crash and what did is under investigation the military says an accompanying helicopter quickly reported the crash and a quick reaction force secured the scene saga megani at the pentagon more job cuts are coming it outdoors retailer l l bean and there will also be no bonus for workers for the first time since two thousand eight the company says sales decline slightly over the past year and it's reporting annual revenue of one point six billion which was nearly flat for its fiscal year ceo steve smith says nearly five hundred workers took advantage of a voluntary early retirement program and another one hundred jobs will be eliminated next month.

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"steve smith" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Cut two interior minneapolis convention center good morning football said day colleen steve smith michael robinson and my gareth fall lower live onset surrounded by thousands of nfl fans where it association time gang and rob your up ready yodo ed that's mike mike rob there colleen is suddenly distracted by the sound of a desperate grown man shouting her name in the crowd choline choline it's me it's john she turns around looking like your standard crazy person she bob's her head neglecting the segment colleen whisper hello this is where you give me the prompt police just say something john john john all right dan i'll take this one hey everybody you're watching good morning football the late afternoon addition time for a change to the bird mascot pecking order stay tuned because after the break we've got a talking eagle who thinks it's time for steve smith and his avian allegiances to fly the cope hey now this is steve smith hey now ravens are the best kind of bird he's got to know that fake laughter ensues for several awkward beats colleen gets up from her chair at the commercial break she stands honor tippytoe scanning the crowd calling here over here and we're in green she finally spots are guy he wears a winced jersey in a green winter hat really stands out john russia's up to the set they touch hands i contact lower john i got your methods the thing is i am afraid you know i love you to the schuylkill river and back you're my wawa hogen on a rainy day i solve pretzel on springtime my woulda race on the board wall of very nice water ice but the thing is this thing is bigger than us the eagles were the eagles are our relationship john and look look at how it's turned out i have the house on myself mike harris guy.

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"steve smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That is more important than the fact that they were annoyed how he got caught so you really are gonna learn an awful lot about dave gettleman and guys let me give him credit for what he didn't carolina but you really have to factor in that he and he had an awful lot they're ready to go while the biggest thing was the quarterback immediate cam newton and i know now he has eli manning but it's getting thirty seven and you have that number to pick sitting out there so we're really going to see and hear for the first time also he ira to coach and both see about shurmur as well you know i think has been impressive every step of the way but you know we'll see plan when when things actually it's also a one or gianfranco less the annapolis into steve smith than they were before we had this conversation to hear exactly what he had to say take elicited this right now that this is about gilman and the giants in and steve smith go ahead i mean he's a guy who he has his foundation a little bit different and less see if he can have the same kind of success but he's going to have to build i believe what a little bit less than he already had in caroline and that is best pierre thirty two teams now buys analysts because look when he came in carolina you had came new you had you had guys he doesn't have those guys in the giants he does and i and i in this matter slide on them it just comparing apples to apples today ago and it's true it is comparing apples to apples and there's not nearly as much in place the other thing is about odell and said what paid a man he should be the highestpaid receiver in the league borderline player that kind of thing at the same time though he does not hornets the energy the way that he necessarily needs.

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"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I can play quarterback amassed six wood fired donna bio on a it seemed is steve smith will not take cheese you will not take cheese he's not going to take any cheese it's put out there and i am actually try to stay away from their nudged it so that said steve smith with your with your analysis eyes what give me the way that the philadelphia eagles win this football game in five days from now well i think the biggest climate that everybody is not talking about that i'm talking about is you gotta make you have to make great adjustments not good adjustments great adjustments in the second half the new england patriots what they have been able to do this year and and and really after the the super bowl win is make adjustments in the second half they will make good adjustment they make fantastic adjustments in a first far too season defense was it was on pace to give the most points they made adjustments right they fix those those woes they fix those issues and then you see what happened in jacksonville they may some adjustments and came back yes there are some sloppy play play some heirs but you gotta be able to throw the ball for those ayers and sloppy play or penalties to consider to to be exist then you got the steelers gay when they marched down a film do that made adjustments in the second half so for the eagles they have the they have to put up points in all and they have to play errorfree especially in the second half they obviously make mistakes in first her by you don't you don't make it up in a secondhalf if you make some errors and in the new england patriots or team and a second half they they ratchet up they they make they put pressure on you they make you a make mistakes vote for somebody you as a hall of fame heart stomach passion.

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"steve smith" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"All right i report stereo podcast come in live in direct ice up sun today on the i am rappaport stereo podcasts got me and jim moody last name rhymes with duty and then ice subs on we have stephen smith senior steve smith seeing your wide receiver shit talking hall of fame gonna be in the nfl hall of fame ice up son brand wine repport stereo podcasts coming up first g moody then steve smith senior let's go it's two thousand eighteen in two thousand eighteen it's time to get the money you need it and i know where to get it my book is the place to score serious cash on your sports predictions believe it or not the playoffs are here that means there's so many nfl football games to bed on but also basketball games hockey games and you could score big every single day at my bookie dot ag men up and play like the pros on gained day you complete moneyline side or the total my book easier hook up for all your betting these and offers superfast payouts when you when you play you win you get paid the funny business where you better importance will you bet north again if you wanna make money bitten on the games you've gotta go to my book eat dot a g i trust them but you don't have to take my word for it you don't wanna trust me you don't ignore for check them out for yourself.

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"steve smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The new keeping with the nfl steve smith was announced as a 2018 hall of fame nominee but it's not the steve smith steve smith senior now there is some confusion amongst the nominating the one of these giant he guy he slid through the cracks because people got all confusing i would come back dods odds these later i remember that steve smith kromah from the giants low let's look up the career numbers for steve smith from the giants at hollywood's his career would see if they're hall of fame worry our life seven has you have them 100 and seven passes for 1200 and twenty yards that's that's that's a great season i mean ah he also spend a little time with philly in st louis at the end but his memorable years where with the giants where he did in fact when a super bowl champion put him in front of me pain you're never want to super bowl that is true coming out and in fact not eligible for fell off what is your four years left he's got away little of india punch out stephen davis from using carolina punched out somebody i just remember when he when he left carolina and he's just said it was gonna be like scorched earth and blood and guts when he came back to play the panthers and he was right i appreciated that he was open about that excuse comeback for revenge he punched can lucas yeah that was another fight i was thinking of when stephen davis cup punched in the face that was a few years before that wrong wrong panther getting clock in the grill my fall conor mcgregor is finally being sued by security guard who he hit with the throne can in the press conference of la vina is that after he makes thirty million fighting floyd how long ago was the can flinging incident 2016 ghazal to twenty says he waits until he gets his lou now he wants to several other had loop before that now thirty million area but panera loop with by the.

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