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Fresh update on "stokes" discussed on On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

08:02 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "stokes" discussed on On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

"Well, well, well, that it's pointed waddling stones right here. News in top 13 80 W. Okay. Eric is on the lie. We're dogging about talking about sex and women leadership and also we were talking about sometimes just that. Divide and conquer you. No idea or tactic and actually divided Congress a type of strategy that is used by different groups and oftentimes what it means is would have divided conquer. It breaks down relationships and in an effort to lift up another group. And or another's group or another status of a group. And oftentimes what happens in that narrative is that within that narrative in the constructs of that narrative That that other group begins to blame each other. And so the focus is on blaming each other so that you never rise. You never evolved because you're so busy on this level off, blaming each other. So you divide within the divide so so the elite creates a divide between the elite. And other groups and then causes and creates a narrative that causes the other group to really keep blaming each other and to foster tension, mistrust. Anger against what another and that's part of that whole strategy of divide and conquer and and we certainly don't want to buy into that, without, even knowing and being conscious of it, Eric, Go ahead and continue your conversation in terms of what was on your mind. You know, I just Powerful to see women in power and empowered. While at the same time that it's ongoing thing, but plan that it's taken so long for it to happen on some sort of nice tail. The other side of that coin. No, we know there are people men and women that are also looking for a handout. Right, so they don't want to put in the work. They don't want to put it. The time it takes to reach the third level. Short cut corners and go and do that stuff. And I think the overall that hurts. Everybody, But since we're talking about women definitely hurt. Women isn't there for their merits. They're for other reasons. Alright, you know, And that little thing is, yes, I love empowered women. Um But the one thing that's missing in the conversation. Keeping everything consistent. So the same way we got. One person is the same way with the judge. We're talking about women judge a woman in particular. Environment. I hear you. Yes, yes, and you know, and I think there's a lot of, you know, just like people. You know, personal thing from my life empowered woman That's in that Something happened. All of a sudden this person is crying about something. It was basically pulling that card. And that was a crime that I mean, no, you're not gonna go there, and I just shut that off real quick, Okay? But I think that's important as well that we all you know, stuff up. What are you know the big person clothes on And get to it. So it sounds good. Yeah. I appreciate that, Eric. Thank you. Thank you. Stay healthy, said connected. Say on poor appreciate your comments. Let's continue. What do you have to say? Oh Johnno of Atlanta. Hi. Good afternoon. Welcome to on boy. Hey, a laundering. How you doing today? I'm good. How are you? Wonderful one lin every time Political or least four year political presidency comes up. It is just astounding the way black people start acting. It's as if we for God. That we are the indigenous people to this land. And that this land was taken and stolen from us and Thorne. People come in and set up a government that controls and dominate you. And now you have black people participating in that government. As if they are not the indigenous people of this land. I don't understand how that happened. So, for instance, here we have Keep it that this state government or this false government who colonized this land. Telling you that we're going to present you with this so called black woman. Okay, Then you have black people home happy and when they just in their mind and with their own two eyes, witness eight years of another so called black president. That didn't change the conditions for them or any of their family in this country. As a matter of fact, if we look at from when President Obama left, but I'm not saying I'm bad about him. Till now, Things have gotten worse for black people. So it is almost a madness. To see us in this position because I guarantee you wandering if I walked up to you and slapped you, you would not have any respect for me. You wouldn't trust me. You wouldn't follow me down the street. But here these people have raped, robbed and beat us for 400 years and sit at the table. As if it never happened, and we're smiling and cheese and on their face talking about how we're going to vote for some 78 year old white man, we are sick and we need to wake up. But we're not voting for a white man. We're voting by parties. That's that's the way the system is to day. Who controls the party. White men, right? Okay, So the same person that took advantage of us at the beginning of this experiment is the same exact person that has taken advantage of us at the end of this right now in this experiment, So what do we do? What do we do now? What do we do What we do like we have to walk away the only way we have to not participate. When we participate in what they do that let them know we're still their slaves. Then wait when you know how much we participate in their garbage. Okay, So when you say not participate, break that down. What do you mean by that? Not participate. What I'm saying is black folks got a lot of money. We got a lot of money. We got a lot of education way are the most Marta's intelligent people in this plan. Okay, let's move. You'd our money to get land by large tracts of land that we have to create a city Where are black? People can come weaken. Do that a con a con and doing it in Africa. Right now. We could get on our own land. We could become sovereign will not use the word Simon. We could become independent. And we can learn to start doing for ourselves. If a black man need a fair thought a black man need to provide a black woman. Me something for her hair. A black person can provide it. We have to quit following these His dog and pony show because that's all it is. And they're not gonna allow the captives to take control of the ship. And and what do you say about voting? You voting day They've already rigged it. So is it really got three million more votes, then less votes than Hillary Clinton. But he is the president. So do you believe that blacks should vote? Do you believe that blacks should vote? No you when you vote. All you're doing is telling the telling the European is Hey, I'm still in place. And so you don't vote and because when you don't vote you actually voting No, no, no, You're really not. Because because what about this one? Then What about all those people who voted for Hillary Clinton? And then what? Did it get them? Donald Trump has got three less news in boats, and he's still the president. He's still have a rig..

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"stokes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:47 min | 2 d ago

"stokes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Well now, toe on point with Bond, Lin Stokes. Well read Well, that it's on point with Wandell in studs were 13. 80. Okay, Come on. Let's get it done this morning. Come on, let's move that modern. That's what arms today are gonna lift him up and down. Are you ready? Come on! Up! Down! Up down. There you go. 3456 Come on. 789 10 Again. 123 Come on, four. Come on five. 67 Yeah, 9 10 1123456 Seven. Hey, they don't not. Come on. Did you did it hears of the hand for doing it on today working those arms and make a little sore? Later on today, but it's all good. It's a good It's a good pay like the trouble his good paint and it'll it'll work for you Walk up to another edition of.

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Fresh update on "stokes" discussed on On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:59 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "stokes" discussed on On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

"Difference. Always give you on point. Living Well on wedding. Well, more to come. It's right here. News and talk with 13 80 w ay. Okay. You just married morning. Really? Really good water. Thank you so much. Oh, welcome my brother. Um, this twilight pendulum literally had to come from my eyes talking about Tell us of 4048922703 on news and talk. 13. 80. Okay. Okay. W v e 83 radio dot com Station, The home of the new Research on which the morning show And on point with Wanda Limestone on news and talk 13 80 W Okay? Pretty news sports Whether life Wook newsroom on news and talk 13 80 for you. Okay. NBC NEWS RADIO. I'm Bill Trapero. President..

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Georgia school temporarily closes after positive COVID-19 tests

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Georgia school temporarily closes after positive COVID-19 tests

"Issue a mandatory mask rule. Despite that recent viral photo of a crowded hallway at North Palled in high school, the governor says that is up to superintendents. The school now has almost a dozen students and staff sick with Karen of ours and we'll hold online classes for a couple of days. Weatherwise today.

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COVID-19 Mega Testing Site Opens Near Atlanta Airport

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

COVID-19 Mega Testing Site Opens Near Atlanta Airport

"A new mega testing site, a new co but 19 mega testing site. That is right there near the airport. It is now open starting today from nine until five. Starting today. Ah, testings is available for all Georgians, regardless of symptoms. But appointments and online registrations are recommended. Now. The testing site is in one of the new North parking lots and will be available to tests up to 5000 people per day. Officials are actually calling it a search site because it will only be open for the next two weeks.

Biden closing in on final decision on vice presidential running mate

NBC Nightly News

00:28 sec | 4 d ago

Biden closing in on final decision on vice presidential running mate

"It is down to the wire for Joe Biden's big decision on a running mate. It could come next week and today we got surprising new clues as to who may be on the shortlist, the town reports. Every. Pick a running mate yet biden a bike ride in rehoboth beach. Delaware stoking speculation about his pick for vice president. Robert was it. Kidding aside choice is crucial to Biden's campaign and Democrats are eager for a

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YouTubers the Stokes Twins have been charged for bank robbery pranks

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:30 sec | 4 d ago

YouTubers the Stokes Twins have been charged for bank robbery pranks

"Irvine, who are popular on YouTube, have been charged with false imprisonment and falsely reporting an emergency during a prank. In which they staged a fake a fake bank robbery. They are Alan and Alex Stokes and they were being filmed last October, dressed in black wearing ski mask Aryan duffel bags full of cash. And uber driver refused to drive them away from this fake robbery. But that driver was later held at gunpoint by police who are unaware this was a prank and the driver didn't know about it. Police did confront the Stokes brothers during the prank. You're

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US sanctions Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam over democratic crackdowns

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:18 sec | 6 d ago

US sanctions Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam over democratic crackdowns

"And Gerald Ford. The U. S is sanctioning 11 individuals, including Hong Kong's chief executive, Carrie Lam, for undermining Hong Kong's autonomy and restricting the Citizen's right to assemble, the Treasury Department said in a statement. Carrie Lam is directly responsible for implementing Beijing's policies of suppression of freedom and

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Prince Harry Says Social Media Has Fueled a 'Crisis of Hate'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Prince Harry Says Social Media Has Fueled a 'Crisis of Hate'

"Prince Harry lays in the social media in an opinion piece for fast company magazine. Harry maintains that social media are dividing us. He thinks companies need to rethink their role. In advertising on digital platforms. In his words, a digital landscape is unwell. They've contributed to or stoked or created the conditions for a crisis of hate. A crisis of health. And a crisis of

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TikTok twins charged over bank robbery 'prank'

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

TikTok twins charged over bank robbery 'prank'

"Twins from Irvine popular on YouTube in trouble for staging a think bank robbery. Allen Alex Stokes film last October, dressed in black, wearing a ski mask, carrying duffel bags full of money and uber driver refused to drive them away from the fake robbery but later was held at gunpoint by police unaware that it was a prank and the driver was not in on it. Police then confronted the twins stuff. Yeah, way are closed public pranks. They give you like two police officers in the area home, But over here you guys are pulling up mass. Charged with false imprisonment and falsely reporting an emergency.

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TikTok twins charged over bank robbery 'prank'

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | Last week

TikTok twins charged over bank robbery 'prank'

"YouTube pranksters air facing serious charges on suspicion of staging a fake bank robbery Michael Kastner reports so it's going to get someone potentially Gunn SAR Police say it happened in Irvine, California last fall in their video brothers Alan and Alex Stokes, run out of a couple of banks dressed his robbers and call an uber to be their getaway car.

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Youtubers the Stokes Twins Have Been Charged for Bank Robbery Pranks

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | Last week

Youtubers the Stokes Twins Have Been Charged for Bank Robbery Pranks

"YouTube pranksters air facing serious charges on suspicion of staging a fake bank robbery Michael Kastner reports so it's going to get someone potentially Gunn SAR Police say it happened in Irvine, California last fall in their video brothers Alan and Alex Stokes, run out of a couple of banks dressed his robbers and call an uber to be their getaway car.

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LINK Crossed With BTC My Favourite

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:57 min | Last week

LINK Crossed With BTC My Favourite

"Just had the new candles clothes orphan they. I should say five percent on yesterday closing at eleven thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, dollars, five percent once one knock that out the window that's the biggest move. The we've had next to the eleven point two, five percent that we saw. That's the biggest moves back on the first of June. So it's not significant ladies and gentlemen it is not insignificant at all saving and push on three bright the highs get above twelve thousand and really stop this pump moving. I was sore theory that I closing up as well to when I sent. It closed at four one the first time its theorems closed above full hundred dollars in this most recent run the I close above four hundred dollars since. Y on even know when the child I'm looking at federal shot. Now, I haven't got data that goes back that far. So it's been a while it's been a wall are also looking really you I for a two is sitting at rotten out. Superb looking knock it there on a theory just doesn't want to slow down I. WanNa see that four hour kick on a bit more. EXA Pay. Off The point four percent, the old quiet shave this one x updates sitting at thirty cents on the dealing rotten out closed just above thirty cents a guy in another market, the close above a significant level So we'll see how that goes throughout the day bitcoin cash. We'll get closed up one point seven percent as well. And? It's Five one five at the minute. So nothing too crazy out of the out of the rooms above. Madness, it's a lot cleanwater, fifty, nine bucks art we closed. Up Two point one percent yesterday. It was up two point seven, five them with sitting at two, hundred, thirty, three dollars, seventy six in what looks to be potentially the beginning of a very bullish day across the dymock it's called Donna was down point seven a little bit stock Dick Donna with hanging around that fourteen percent mark. The minute needs to do a little bit more from honest finance number two as far as liquids. So as far as moves went yesterday bitcoin being the number one bonnets to full point three percent closing at twenty three to twenty seven very nice up and shot that actually waiting pullbacks. Three dollars and seven we closed up point six today link. Well, it closed down two point six non but a tell you what I'll tell you. One thing it's looking very, very nice and if you look at Link Bitcoin, let me just check now to make sure did give me a not for its in the cradle. On the our China Link Bitcoin. China bitcoin that is one that on stoking today very very closely yesterday got filled on hominy. Hominy US Dollah Tetra. Longtime position on the daily looking quite Nas I. got a really solid move out of the candle back on the sixteenth of July and. That I was up nine point, three percent. So sitting pretty there hopefully should be just about a Ramli one to one tie. It's very I think moderate actually got the just boy visual sense to check the account. because. Look. In Arkansas you a couple of things that are really important that you're GONNA to have to learn in these next bull run. It's not gonNA come from May telling you what to do. It's GonNa come for me telling you what others done. Yet accurate member. WHO Was it back in two thousand eighteen? And this chat was A. Look to be honest with you saw two, thousand, nine, hundred, he he came to my law, of course, the two day. event. Honestly. He had a really bad attitude about writing I I really truthfully he came I got on a street is I. Don't know why because he was so maybe he was looking for help but he was looking for that inspiration a diary night but he was so insult, he was so negative about trading. He was telling me that hey, couldn't try it. He didn't think he could be tried. And The pull back I'm thinking how do you get to this point and I realize what he was doing was was trading what he was doing what he thought was trading but he was punting he was just putting away had no strategy syndicate? Will you know he's off interesting for wall of I'm not sure can be tried of lava. We'll you need some structure because I do I said Okay we'll wrought down. On a piece of pipe you strategy. Tell me what it is. Tell tell me what you're looking for. and. He said all I don't really know I feel that I am looking for certain things and what are they said things write them down. And he couldn't. They couldn't brought down anything. It couldn't even Dan one. One element of a checklist and I'm not saying that checklist of the to do it, but if you don't know you strategy. What are you doing? What are you doing? You ponting. Don't do it. You lose you will lose money you will lose money.

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Louisiana Supreme Court Won't Review Life Sentence For Man Who Stole Hedge Clippers

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:19 sec | Last week

Louisiana Supreme Court Won't Review Life Sentence For Man Who Stole Hedge Clippers

"The Louisiana Supreme Court just announced. That they will not review, not review a life sentenced A life sentence issued to a black man convicted of attempting to steal hedge clippers from a storage room.

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"stokes" Discussed on Drilled

Drilled

07:12 min | Last week

"stokes" Discussed on Drilled

"Stokes we are so glad you're here what the heck is happening in Ohio right now. Well it goes back way farther and time I, first started working on this in two, thousand, thirteen and At that time a different legislator who I wonder when his day of reckoning is coming named bill sites, he was working to try to get rid of the renewable energy and energy efficiency. Laws that had been passed in a bipartisan way in Ohio and He is actually working with somebody named Sam. Randazzo. Who at the time was a lobbyist for the industrial energy users of Ohio basically, a big industrial company consumer electronics that you know includes probably fossil fuel companies in. Many. States, manufacturers that kind of thing. Well, fast. Forward a few years. Salmon data is now the head regulator at the Ohio Public Utilities Commission which you're just like really. Anyway, they were trying to gut the renewables and energy efficiency laws. To some degree John, casick was opposed to that although certainly not enough and so they only managed to freeze the rollback of the energy efficiency and renewable energy laws, but it still put huge damage and the industry. At the same time Keith Faber. who was another part of the legislative leadership? At the time he put in a budget bill, a rider, a sort of line item that change the setback rules for wind turbines, which basically means how far from a property line or building. There's a wind project needs to be, and that completely gutted the wind energy industry in Ohio. John Casick, as governor could have line item vetoed fat change but he didn't and so there was all shady things going on to try to. Mess up renewable energy efficiency in Ohio and who's interested that serve it served I energy and ADP another utilities interest because they had all these existing plants, coal plants, nuclear plants that they needed to keep operating, and if they were being forced to build new clean energy renewables. Then, how are they gonNA keep that stuff working and at the same time was also going through this electricity restructuring and suddenly a lot of the plants that I energy and ADP had invested in were struggling financially I mean they literally. Were losing money in the market every time they operated. So with all that going on I, energy started to lobby the trump administration actually to get a bailout for their coal plants and they tried that for several years around twenty seventeen. In fact, the Energy Policy Institute a wonderful watchdog of utilities has shown that the first energy a corporate jet has flown to DC. Over thirty times since the trump administration began and that Rick Perry. The former secretary of energy has probably met with the CEO of first energy. So they're law being very heavily the trump administration as possible that this is where. The firkh minimum offer price rule came from. This is basically a coal plant subsidy that was put into the rules a couple years ago now anyway. So they're doing all these things and it wasn't quite paying their bills, and so they decided to get a bailout on the agenda at the beginning of two thousand nineteen when Larry Householder became the speaker of the House of Representatives in Ohio, and that's when things really started to pick up. Okay. So what exactly was HP's six? What was this spill out? Yes. So in twenty nineteen when Larry. Householder became speaker. It was actually a really big fight for him to get that role. People may not know this, but Larry Householder was speaker before and he ended up leaving that role because of an FBI investigation into these allegations of corruption, this cloud of corruption surrounding him back in the early two thousands. So he wasn't a popular peck but what happened was all of the candidates running for the House of Representatives. who supported Larry Householder suddenly had a lot of campaign money. They were doing very well in their elections and people notice that it was all of the. Candidates who had that money this shadowy support who ended up voting for Larry Householder. So he won the role of speaker and with that power, he began to do the bidding of first energy. First Energy at that time had spun off its generation assets, its nuclear and coal plants who that were. These are projects that weren't really doing very well, they were losing money financially and they'd put it in this new company called First Energy Solutions That company has now rebranded into Energy Harbor to way that these. Companies try to avoid scrutiny. They changed their names all the time, but it was called I energy solutions at that time and what they that was owned by a hedge fund and a bunch of hedge funds, and these investors really want to get their money back and so it started to seem like they were putting money a few million dollars. Let's say into lobbying and potentially even into. Campaign ads. So Organization called generation now. Popped up on the scene and nobody really knew where this organization came from and they were spending money on mailers to people saying that HP six, this law which was a bailout for nuclear and coal plants that this had to be passed and that you know it was. So in the interest of Ohio wins and if you weren't for it, it was because you you know the Chinese government was. Corrupt somehow involved in Ohio's energy system just completely bonkers. The Chinese government has absolutely nothing suit everything. And it passed and I mean I'm telling you the legislative session was done. Everybody had gone home and first energy just kept saying we need that money. You know we gotta get that money and they also kept changing how much money they need it exactly and the law ended up getting written in a way that I energy solutions would never need to open up their books or explain what they were going to do with this money. So they ended up calling a last minute vote which actually governor dewine a staffer from his office initially was going to get a state tax payer funded plane to. Go pick up the legislators to bring them back to the State House so that they could vote on this last minute corporate bailout. That's how crazy it was and by narrow.

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"stokes" Discussed on Drilled

Drilled

02:23 min | Last week

"stokes" Discussed on Drilled

Fighting COVID-19 vaccine fears

Science Magazine Podcast

06:57 min | Last week

Fighting COVID-19 vaccine fears

"First. Up this week, we have sciences editor in chief Holden Thorp. He wrote an editorial on Corona virus vaccines this week high holden closer great to be with you. So your editorial starts with the positive. What's the good news? Well, the good news is that in just a short period of time since we got the sequence of the novel Corona Virus, the International Scientific Enterprise has done an extraordinary job at describing the virus. It's genetics, the structures of all of its component parts elucidating what happens. To our immune systems when we get infected with the virus at describing neutralizing antibodies that can be used therapeutics and as developing vaccines that can be used to and so I really hard for me to remember a time where in such a short time science has done this much on a particular problem on. So many fronts all across the world scientists in working together. But as you rightfully point out in your piece so much of this effort, this excellence has been overshadowed by social and political issues. Can you talk a little bit about the ones that you call out in your piece the I think that the fact that the people of the United States in particular but it is also true around the world can't come to a consensus about the fact that we should be using public health measures like masks and distancing to suppress the virus. While we wait for science to come up with these solutions I think has become such a powerful issue in the media that it's over shadowing the progress. That sciences making and so at a time that should be really a triumph for science and all we have achieved, and of course, there have been some twists and turns along the way. But at a point that really should be a time when science is being celebrated it's completely overshadowed by the partisan political, debating about who's responsible for the virus and what the best steps are too mitigated between now, and when we get the vaccine rolled out scientists public large, they're seeing vaccines as the solution and. Not Been Smooth sailing on the vaccine front but there is progress. What's the status right now of vaccine development just a general overview. There are a lot that are m phase three clinical trials. Face. One of the most high profile ones is the Madonna Mr Rene Vaccine, but there are other vaccines around the world that of already made it to phase three, and so the chance that one of these would read out in December or early January I think is quite high as probably sixty day trial and you can't get everybody enrolled all at once but we're getting to the point where we're gonNA start seeing some phase three date on these and if the phase one and two any indication than when folks are vaccinated, they're going to generate a robot. Immune response and eventually will be able to show that that provides protection against the illness and would take a really something unforeseen if that wasn't the case so far. So good is what a lot of people would say about where we are in the back and we're really further ahead I think a lot of people expect about this time. There are some concerns. Now, for example, the US had this project called option warp speed, which I guess gave the nod to a bunch of companies to go ahead gave some money but that wasn't exactly a transparent approach to picking. Vaccine, candidates yeah I think first of all, the name of Operation Warp speed has been pretty unfortunate. Warp speed is something from science fiction. It's not something that exists in this. Up It's only got fictional antecedents. On top of that, sending a signal that we're going this fast may some people to doubt whether the vaccine is going to be safe enough, and then within operation warp speed I feel for him on this because they are trying to partner with the companies that are going to push the vaccines the furthest the fastest. But there's been a lot of chatter about whether it's been transparent and whether it's been equitable, the way that they have selected the different vaccines and so that's Just inevitable I mean you have to work with industry on this the government doesn't have the ability to produce hundreds of millions of vaccine doses and The industry partnership was always going to be there but we know once you have that then naturally that causes some people wonder whether things will be done in a in a fair way Now, I see some parallels between the fight against masks, people wearing masks, her social distancing and vaccine hesitancy or fear or refusal of vaccines. And this is going back to before the current crisis in two thousand and nineteen the WHO declared vaccine hesitancy one of the biggest issues worldwide this is a problem that was around before the coronavirus pandemic, and now we're seeing mass hesitancy. Are you concerned that there are going to be vaccine has NC issues as a coronavirus vaccines come online. Yes, I'm very concerned about that and I think a lot of other leaders across the American federal government in particular have voiced concerns about this. We've been dealing with the ANTIBAC- Movement for quite a while. Now, it's based on impart on an unfortunate apor that was retracted suggesting that there were dangers causing autism from vaccines that turned out to be wrong. But one of the things that happens in these kinds of political struggles is that the side that's using this information kinda doesn't care whether it was a reprint peer reviewed article or was an article that was retracted. If it helps their agenda, they'll push on. That and so we've seen a lot of anti vaccine movement before this. That's a being stoked with the idea that somehow sciences conspiracy to deprive people love their freedom or to enrich science in some way none of that is founded but that's the kind of thing that you see circulating those very same forces have been undermining the public health experts on masking and social distancing and estimates of the severity of the virus, and now they're perfectly positioned to undermine the vaccine, and that is a scary thing because we need to get enough people vaccinated that there's enough immunity out there in the population to stop the epidemic.

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Millions face homelessness as eviction moratorium ends

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Millions face homelessness as eviction moratorium ends

"Well, there's been a recent report that just came out yesterday that millions of Americans are about to be homeless and it can possibly be totally preventable Rent is due. This weekend. Mortgage payments are due this weekend and the federal moratorium on evictions expired. Last Friday, which ended protection for nearly 12 million Americans. So this Friday, 25 million people will stop receiving an extra $600 in weekly. Corona virus relief in their unemployment benefits at on Saturday. Rin is due For millions of Americans who perhaps won't be able to pay unless Congress steps in these people could possibly be evicted. Come September and then the worst part of it is that this? This looming crisis is completely avoidable. If many of the individuals who are in need of this extra money if they could on Li get, it would've helped so many Family's all lawmakers really need to do is to just take a quick and decisive action by extending the moratorium and additional unemployment benefits as the pandemic crisis is continuing to surge, But we don't really know if or when. That will

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Tech CEOs to Testify at Congressional Antitrust Hearing

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tech CEOs to Testify at Congressional Antitrust Hearing

"Four giants of the Internet are scheduled to testify in a House antitrust hearing at this hour. NBC reporter Liz McLaughlin has more CEOs Tim Cook of Apple Sundar Pitch. I've Google Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Jeff Bezos of Amazon, facing accusations from Congress that the tech giant's unfairly favor their own products in the digital marketplaces they operate. Lawmakers are expected to propose antitrust regulations after the

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Tricia Lewis from Recovery Happy Hour Podcast

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

04:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Tricia Lewis from Recovery Happy Hour Podcast

"So, I think maybe you guys may have heard of today's gassed. I mean you might know her from this podcast might be a little popular. I am so stoked to welcome Tricia Lewis onto addiction unlimited today. I'm so excited to have you here this so fine. Thank you so much for having me. It's so crazy to be on this side of the Mike Yeah Right. I've been in the middle of a launch and like doing all of these solo. Recording so much by myself. It feels a little weird. To be interviewing again on. Yeah, it's I. Never share my story on the show. I just like to share it. Help. People share their story, so it's rare that I get to talk about myself, yes. I get. So. Let's start with that. Why don't you tell the listeners a little bit about yourself who you are what you do and all that good stuff? Yeah, my name's Tricia Lewis and I host a podcast called recovery happy hour, and it's about its second birthday so it's it's going strong, and it's one of the most fulfilling things I've ever done. And I hosted a little event last year called sober by South West with my partner in that Endeavor Kris Marshall. And I got sober in twenty sixteen, so recovery has been a big part of my world for almost four years now. Nice I love that you love your podcast, too, because it is truly one of the pieces of my career that I'm the most proud of it's one of the things, absolutely the most proud of and I just turned two in April Yeah, we started right around the same time yet which I didn't realize until I talked to you when I was on your show, I knew realize that I think because I saw you so much on social media I just made the assumption that you had been around way longer. We'll happy birthday by the way if you celebrated too happy. Second Birthday to you. I just had my regular birthday, too. I just turned forty eight. We'll happy birthday twice. Them up today. That doesn't an interesting journey. Okay, so tell me what made you want to start a podcast? Like what was that thought process for you in your sobriety. That urged you to do that well. I started when I had been sober for two years sober. Something like that and. I was in a facebook accountability group, and with you know Gosh three hundred people, and there's a lot of newcomers in there, and at that point having two years felt like to some people, and and so I was just giving basic advice at anybody would give to their fellow person who's struggling and people kept saying well. When are you going to write the Book GonNa write a book I guess they liked what I had to say and to be honest I. Don't have the discipline to be a writer I'm so envious of people that do and I was like well. What's the best way for me to sort of you know? Give back and. and. Be of service. That doesn't involve writing, so it was a podcast that was that was what I wanted to do, and you know the thing about podcast. Is that so many of them are stories of what it's like? When somebody's drinking which serves a purpose, but I wanted to talk about. It's kind of like you know. I wanted to talk about what happens after what happens once you get sober and you're living your life without alcohol. What's next and so those are the stories that I focus on and You know everyone that comes on the show has to have at least a year of sobriety so that we've got enough to talk about. Yeah Yeah, I love that, too, because it is like I feel like the drunk part of the story is the least interesting part you know. What anyway, because so many of us do the same things Parts of our stories are similar. Some people drank worse than others of course. I definitely had more legal trouble than along. But I think you and I can both agree. The those stories are important, but then after a while you get kind of tired of them, and you want to hear something new. which again is another reason why? I don't really share my story on the podcast? It's not because I'm hiding. Anything is just because it's just not that interesting to me, yeah! Yeah, the recovery part's Res Way more interesting the is, it's been more fun really, and this is something. We've been talking about a lie in my facebook group in my membership site. Like Fun In sobriety. And what is

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How to Abolish Prison Like a Feminist

Unladylike

05:10 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Abolish Prison Like a Feminist

"Kristen in early June you me and seemingly everyone in our social media feeds started talking about two big barns ideas that most of us had never even thought about before, and they are defunding the police and abolishing prisons. Yeah, those two ideas are intertwined, but not synonymous so defunding the police means diverting funds away from law enforcement and reinvesting them into public services like healthcare education, social work, abolishing prisons, which were focusing on today kind of means what? What it sounds like eliminating the prison system altogether, yeah, and Kristen our unladylike wheels really got turning when we noticed how all these brand new conversations about policing and prisons have also stoked old fears about who'll protect women like without police who will keep us safe from rapists and predators and without prison. How can the Harvey Weinstein's of the world ever be held accountable today's guest prison abolitionist? My car gets asked these kinds of questions a lot. You know you want to say like okay, but what about rape his? Like, what do we do with people who have actually tremendous violence, and if you don't believe that this is the justice system, if you don't believe that it holds people accountable and. Doesn't actually change the structures that led to that violence at all. then. You can't embrace it for anybody, so it's not about being easy on people. It's not about like we just have to be nice to reverse like. It's not about that. It's about the fact that this system doesn't actually do justice. My is the editor in chief of the social justice new site truth out CO author of the new book prison by any other name, and she spent the past fifteen years or ising. And speaking out about prison abolition, and because these big abolitionist ideas are new to a lot of us. We're GONNA take this episode and the next to reconsider what justice for sexual and gender based violence looks like beyond calling the cops and putting people behind bars so today my is going to share her very personal inspiration behind her prison. Politics explained to us why policing and prisons don't make women safer and connect the dots between feminism and abolition For me, actually feminism and prison abolition have always been very deeply connected. Just to be clear I was a feminist way before it ever heard of prison. Abolition I was one of those middle schoolers with reproductive rights stickers on my bedroom wall. When my first started reporting on mass incarceration in prison conditions in the early two thousands, a feminist mentor open her eyes to the abuse. Female inmates face in particular, but she wasn't fully thinking in terms of abolition yet. Then, her activism had some in two thousand five. Her teenage sister was arrested at school for drug possession and wound up in juvenile jail. This is what folks mean. When they talk about the school to prison pipeline, it describes how public school punishment funnels kids into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. When my sister got out of juvenile, jail. She kind of had this outlook on life was just completely depleted. She felt like you know you're in this institution. Where you're reduced to a number and you're told this is your life like she always talks about how she was told by guards repeatedly. Oh, I'm going to see you back here. And enduring these jokes about how you're going to graduate to adult prison like that's that's your future. It did become her future. Maya sister became addicted to heroin pretty soon after her release from juvenile detention, and over the next fifteen years she cycled in and out of jails and prisons. Every time it was drug related. So, for example she would get out of jail or get out of prison, and then she would be placed in mandatory treatment and told you have to abide by these conditions. You have to be completely abstinent from drugs and alcohol. You have to obey this curfew. You have to not associate with certain people. All of these conditions that very often people are given when they're on probation or mandatory treatment. And she would inevitably not able to do that. Because part of the nature of addiction is actually relaxing, thing you know, and then she would be shuttled right back into jail right back into prison or some other oppressive institutions.

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Bitcoin Booms - Where To From Here?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Bitcoin Booms - Where To From Here?

"We did not only. Did we get up through ten thousand? We went through eleven. With currently sitting in the best position yet, the best position that we've been in a balloon a balloon AB- looming bloom long time. maxed out yesterday with a high of eleven thousand, four, hundred fifty to. If you recall what all saying yesterday on Zippo gassed always talking about getting through the of ten, thousand, four, fifty, six or ten five I also then went on to talk a little, ten, thousand, six, hundred and thirty. Well, of course we took both those levels outs, and we smash them most out. We've got a wonderful wonderful looking start to the weight here. Ladies and gentlemen we are about ten thousand. We auditing media. And we are looking very very good now. This is looking better of saint. Look for long time Let me talk through back. Let me, so the run loss time up to ten six. The weekly wasn't quite as fond as a trend. Guy It was just coming out of a downtrend the time before when we broke up and this is nineteen. Two Thousand Nineteen March up runoff when we when we hit, a paik of fourteen, was fourteen, thirteen, thousand, nine, hundred twenty. That was looking good through that because we did have NAS pullback, unaffiliated round, but the one that we've got here. The woman is high or low on that weekly Ken on. You heard me talk about it so many times NRA that is what we're after. K., really good shots structure. Hey, now it just looks better. It s much much more structured. The monthly looks better in the middle of the monthly hasn't got a good trend. They'd just yet. We're up twenty percent so far this month. The weekly that structure on that poppy is just fantastic. The daily looking gripe as well so right down low bitcoins pulled back away bits. We've pulled back to eleven thousand and four dollars right now. That is down point. Five of a percent big moves overnight now. Could this move going willy? See a pullback tonight. We closed yesterday above eleven. Thousand could certainly see a back, but in the same respect, we could say this. Just continue to carry on. Why well because this is the first big move in bitcoin very long time to And it's looking very very nice as I. Keep mentioning I'm sorry. Just so stoked on how this looks right now. Looking for cried looking for more entries. I know some members got little cradles from from back around that level. Background tend to. was at ten to. Oh was ten to, but the one actually was talking about was a little Kreil came back and let me just give you the risk ratio on this as it currently stands background nine seven now. Based on the entrance to a process is right now. You'd be looking at a forty two one. Yes, Forty Times your mind that means a thousand on Maine's forty thousand back sky at twenty, thousand, five hundred. Be Your Prophet right now as it stands now. The other thing to mention here as well is people have done this either got some very heavy pundits. Rotten crypto community with all we do is talk about the strategies finding tried twenty people in the right direction built upon the backbone are the three trading strategies in the coolest that is where it is a guy that he's worries so the Crypto community. We've got there. That slot group now. I'm not talking about anything else. I'm focused on crypto toting about fundamentals with trading. That is all the way doing, and if you're in there if Get in the videos at the moment. Did video today about how to take profit in parabolic? Get there and check that out too province on one. Anyway let me go back to the top ten. The bitcoin ten, thousand, twenty, one point three four to settled with a balance there we go theory, sitting at three hundred and twenty one dollars five cents. Down Point. Six five of closed up three point six percent, yes, of course bitcoin. Was the mightiest stab yesterday on at full point, three percent was sitting at twenty two dollars and. Twenty two point three cents dollars down point six percent bitcoin cash well I'm hopeful to see this puppy followed by why well with currently sitting in around a region where we are coming at the top end of that very long consolidation that's gone back to March of this year many months, and we are top end of that I've got a long tried on my one to WanNA locked. Locked in profit I'm happy. The Ida was where I took that tried oat soya modest got that wrong. I think it was. It was the four hour so I'm very hopeful to say this. Continue to kick on maximum mega. WHO's out of that so carrying on as we will bitcoin cash to seventy up two percent, the best performer in the top ten or top ten right now. Donna? Its up point three thirteen point nine cents pullback on that daily I did get taken out of that. My bitcoin holding so tastes say have not happy for simply because well. Stop got hit. That really is hilarious. Avocado thirteen point on as I said biggest. Point. Six six children non Dole's full sense. We did finally get up through that two hundred dollars did. Take some time and There is a lovely level around one darning on that. I'm looking for pullbacks in at the moment I've got one as of

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Meet Stagecoach Mary

The Past and the Curious

05:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Meet Stagecoach Mary

"A No! That's what I'm saying like. The Postman only rang once. What. What Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of Bacon in the fire. That greasy smoke may have been the key. The League won the three day race by six hours not long after this through the connection of a passenger. Mary went north for a different, even slower paced work. She arrived in Toledo Ohio for the job. At the Ursuline Convent of the sacred heart she served as groundskeeper Gardner, and handled any other jobs for the community of nuns who lived there. In exchange, the nuns gave her a room board and a paycheck Mary definitely stuck out amongst the backdrop of Solomon religious ladies, sharing space nothing about the holy environment could stop Mary from yelling at them or anyone else. Who messed up her meticulously kept landscaping.

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"stokes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"stokes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"stokes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"stokes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

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"stokes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

07:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"stokes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"He knew the pressures, and you know how much and what her job entailed and he was fine with an e supported it and. Kim Knew Who Kanye was and knew what he was going through. They had been friends for years she knew. that he had episodes and you know being with him. She realized that. Is Manic bipolar? It's just I. Don't think there's anyone to blame here and it just makes me so sick that women get blamed when men go awry. You know what I mean right like a man cheap. What did you? Why did you not figure it out? If a man loses money because he was buying a lot of things you, the woman wanted a lifestyle. He was just try to keep up with it. You know what I mean like it's. It's all those simple things where we always want to blame on the women of the situation. Yeah, and it's hard, because obviously like you. You can't blame Connie for what he's saying during during these moments, but it's gotta be hard for Kim to see that you know. The way that he is portraying this to the public is that. She and her family. Are you know? The cause of of a lot of this which is and you know. And she said a report of what you said because she put out a statement on her instagram today. Saying as many as many of you know Connie has bipolar disorder. Anyone who has this or has a loved one in their life who does knows how incredibly complicated in painful it is to understand I've never spoken publicly about how this has affected us at home because I am very protective of our children. Children in Kenya's right to privacy when it comes to health, but today I feel like I should comment on it because of the stigma and misconceptions about mental health, those who understand mental illness or even pulsa behavior know that the family is powerless, unless the member is a minor people who are unaware or far removed from this experience can be judgmental and not understand that the individual themselves have to engage in the process of getting help no matter how hard family and friends. I thought that was such a huge. Like that that end paragraph is so important for people to realize like. This family. Is Right now. We are powerless in handling. What's going on unless Khania comes to US and wants to move forward, and what did you? What's the last the last line of that that statement? I went she had said with love and gratitude. or In Kim Kardashian west of us. Yes, she. Yes. Yup Yup and and I think it's it's very strong of her. Because she has never really commented on it before, but it's so sad because feel like Kanye is mentioning North and is mentioning Kim. End is mentioned Chris that now. She has to speak on it. But it's interesting because the Chris of it all. Have you ever met. Jenner before. No Same same room at the people of course awards. That's about it, we. Wish Kris Jenner is one of these opens people I've ever met in my life. She is the kindest she will. If you say something her mind, go even if you're just a friend of a friend and her mind is well many I know somebody. Let me just let me get that for you. You know what I mean like. It's Berry. She's very sweet. She's very caring. She's very generous, and you can tell that by her because her daughters are the same way a Khloe crashing as the person. She is because she was raised by Kris Jenner. And it's funny because a person my conway. In control of everything, and who likes to be who likes it? His way you know is not used of Kim relying on Chris for a of guidance, but Chris has been there since Kim's. Debut into this celebrity world and she's never steered her wrong in her life. Her career flourished. She's never had a had a odd point or bump in the road that she couldn't get over. Because Chris was there and I. Feel like Procon. Yeah in his manic state. Because what happens when you're in a manic moment, you give paranoid and you you dramatize things in your head, and make them bigger, and I think he thinks Chris is orchestrating this whole thing and Chris is running the show. You know Kim probably went their mom and was like Yo. I don't know what to do, and she probably goes to Chris to figure out things about business, and in life and motherhood, and being a wife like what do I do. Because Chris dealt with some of the same stuff. Not The bipolar are the May, but she held her head high when her husband became wife. You know her ex wife and she held her head high. When you know her husband, her ex husband was dying of cancer and was there for him so. I just think that Kanye thinks that Chris Meddling. You know mother-in-law and she's not. She's the voice of reason and the leader in the guide for these women. Absolutely and I, also think there's something about Kanye being on twitter also correlating with the fact that he must be reading. A lot of what people are saying about him in the Kardashian family and or I. Don't know if you guys think that, and and that's why he saying You know the movie. Get Out is about me. Da Stuff people have said about him. And about Kris Jenner and the crash in controlling his life like these are all jokes that people make all the time or yet jokes, but they're not that funny on the Internet so it's like maybe this is also getting into his brain a little bit, and like you said the paranoia is setting in, and he's starting to believe these thanks one hundred percent. I just ultimately wish. And I know nobody's asking for my advice. You know you know I hate that. The team that's around him. Don't understand the situation that he's in. You know if I knew that my you know when I worked for cow Richards for five years as Ladies Center inside Gig. If Kyle was going through something on this level, and she wanted to put on a campaign rally in South Carolina I would be like we can't do it. We can't get the permits. Sorry I would lie. With live, but it seems like the people that he has around him. Don't feel the power are don't feel like they have the energy to just sit him down and say okay. We've gone too far. You know what I mean or just help him. Not Do what he did in South Carolina, because that all could have been with Kobe. Going on with permits with you know the Wifi could have been done in south. Carolina. I don't know they could have made up some excuse of. How I don't know how they didn't come up with something like literally yeah. Just Corona, being an example like hey. Kinda. We can't like covert we. It can't happen and one hundred percent, but because he's Konya wants to tell him. No which is is probably a very hard place to be in because it's. So, you're like, do I? Say No to this person. I'm Greg I'm afraid. Afraid of fired or anything heard crazy stories about why. Kanye has fired people so. They could be afraid of anything. One hundred percent and I feel bad because I've was friends with a celebrity on that magnitude and I think person like me around for the short time that we were friends, because I was a no fucker. You can to see that to be..

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"stokes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

07:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"stokes" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Yeah, you know we might. We might get back together and it's like what. Holding onto this yet. He said something about butterflies. They gotta fly away sometimes, and sometimes they come back, which is yeah I feel like he knows Meghan Spirit like Meghan is clearly very free spirit, and he is aware of that, and she clearly I took away from that like she has come and gone before like she has. She has come back. Many times are sure we'll do that. Article. That came out in two thousand fifteen. He had undiagnosed. Brain is where he was bed at for a very long for almost a year a few months, and she left, and while he was on his bed rest because she needed to go ahead and fly allegedly. Yes, I think for Brian Austin Green. He's holding out hope because. Anybody wants back on David seen at forty something. I mean like right and this is the problem with men who marry younger women. It's a at some point you're going to turn into that old Yeti. You're going to have to get a Celsius bugger. WAKEUP and keep this flame alive because. Like I took on the responsibility to marry somebody who was a tiny bit older. You did the same being married somebody younger so I'm a need you to put in a little bit of effort. And if you know, your girl is a wild blamed and likes you know to explore and experiment. Don't sit at home. They make macaroni and cheese doodle for you know the whole time you're married. Get out there. Bring it onto Linda. Take too God. Damn Coachella even though you're old as the here. Matter all and go. Do something fine I I don't understand when I think for Brian Austin Green he's holding out hope because he didn't want to really have to move on right and especially someone like Megan, Fox, you would think Oh, this is Megan. Fox with like I need to live up to this expectations. I need to be this. This amazing man I need to do crazy shit because it's making thoughts but I feel like when you spend so much time with. With somebody after a while the Oh she's Meghan, Fox probably wore off for him, and he probably felt like he didn't need to put in the work anymore. Well, it was Angelina Jolie. You know what I mean like. Oh my gosh, she's so fiery. She's so steamy then all of a sudden jars, telling you bit Mediterranean and wants to be on eight o'clock every night, and you're like wait. What happened to the loud sex in the blood miles in the Limo Fund. Everything kind of goes out the window when you grow up, but. I. Just hope because remember how like back in the cut. Everybody would day John Mayer, and it'd be like he's the deepest person I've ever met. Business a connection, and all these incredible, sexy, beautiful, smart and talented women would one after the other fall for his shit because Mary was Timpson, Jessica. Jess I know I read. A after reading Justin's book I was like this woman unbelievable that she was stuck with John Mayer for so long Katy Perry Jennifer Aniston talking about becoming godparents to their children because they made a friend they had they had a support group for women. Who Fell Bridge on mayorship and I'm just like making come on making box like M G K is a musician. This is his thing. He's a poet. He's post to bring people and with those words. I just don't want it to happen to her, but you know what bucket if it's a while. Having a good time, why not? You're? So funny to like like go back and forth with it, 'cause you're like. Oh, I want Megan Fox to find love and just be happy, but then you're like you know what she seems like a wild child, so if it's a few months of like really steamy sex, they're just totally into each other, and then it dies out. It's like all right. That's Kinda what we were expecting anyway because it is so strong right now and someone like mg K., who by the way we never really talked about the fact that Pete Davidson and mgk who are best friends, both were banging Kate Beck and sale within months of each other. Came back in sound undervalued that house. You should not be renting that house out to anybody Bichir. Kate back, but you know what, but that actually came back and south went through a divorce sexy as hell. You know what you should be banging best friends. It's almost in. It's just impressive on their part that they're like back in sale. Megan Fox like just all of these iconic women. Problem, but this is the problem when your K-, Beck. Excel, you gotta be banging. dudes who aren't going to go and tell other people that you're being induced you what I mean like. Yeah, are like you are bad bitch so I if somebody like a Hollywood starlets here that have had some very amazing sexual conquest, and we don't know about them, because everybody keeps the sacred, they keep it inside the bubble. They keep it inside. Inside the box trust and believe once these women are married retired already to write that book. They're going to talk about all those conquest. I just don't want people to have the audacity are feel like they can run around and be like. Yeah. We came back and sell like no. She's a legend telling people. You should've felt lucky that you even got to walk inside that house. Much less park your shit inside of their. I completely agree, but I also. Put myself in the shoes like Pete Davidson or machine gun, Kelly and being like. Robbing my mind around being with some of the hottest women on planet Earth, and just like and just like having to let it out like and you know Pete. Davidson is documented so many times I like we're just like. Being in shock that he has actually been with some of these women and you know wishing on Kelly is in that same place right now. Being like Holy Shit this Meghan Fox next three. Really. How did I? Get here I'm not GonNa Complain I'm just GonNa like she says on her twin flame I. Don't know what the fuck that means, but I'm just getting rolling. It's like when Tom Green was taken. Everyone my y'all really sleepy where Tom Green. Really Tom Green? It's crazy because I'm not attracted to be Davidson at all, but if I were a girl. And I had heard that Ariana Grande Bei Kai Gruber an K beckon, sell kept on going back for something, and I saw the great sweatpants video where he was just flopping it around I would probably try to test it out. Oh, I would be let up in Costco, just trying to eat the sample. I would say I wouldn't dated. Sample! No, there's no. There's no dating Davidson I think that we've all learned that from seeing his past relationships with their something to add that maybe cate. Beckon sale wanted people to know that she was with Pete Davidson. Because of the status. He was getting from Arianna Guerande. Maybe she was like. The game the game she's she's a celebrity and she has been celebrity for two decades for a reason. They know how to play the game, so yeah came back and saw probably sixty percent of her was I yeah I. WanNa be young in nimble and show these boys. What's up know that thirty percent of her was a my ex. Husband has his hot young model. I'm going to show. And then the other ten percent of her was I. What I have a movie coming out. This is going to be great save. You need to tell people that we smashed it out I'm because I'm on the cover of shape magazine we got. Yup Yup totally so I'm curious as to what your opinion is Justice on M G K M Megan Fox long-term. Do you think this this twin flame Burns Burns out quickly? I think she's going to leave him hydride..

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"stokes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Boggling Stokes lived well when where and talk thirteen eighty W. AOK well it's on point will want the least outside a nuisance on thirteen eighty W. A. O. K. let's go down to yes see hi good afternoon welcome to on point go right ahead for your warm I'm good how are you fair to middling his grandpa used to say okay okay your heart hello he was right on point out are hopefully beginning one line from where what you get on the as far as the truck news what I'd like to say about it verification for small box art music needs to include going back to the origins of rap in bringing us through the different stages of control over the music industry that for me laid a character that Hollywood and I literally mean Holly wanted black people to have their stereo typical our sources everyone ensure we got Bill Cosby who they have course completely had to find out our heroes if you made a movie with a pale one zero do you develop vault would robin people aboard with somebody black elbows while European music came out as far as well Kerry out of one now they would drop in value they would drop in mathematics to all people bringing them back to work because you skate using the proper frequency so that they would receive a loving frequency when they received the news try Kane once the Jewish industry decided to manipulate it in our community the harsh Mander they offered money to our talented people to wrap a specific character people into these people didn't exist in our neighborhoods until they started rapping about they're in our neighborhoods became a bunch of young man having this as their rhythmic motivation they knew what they were doing they knew of the music with the character of gangster street disrespectful all her in Mandarin I hope that's not a curse word no it's not a new that these things would become the blooming early implanted into the character of our children okay in that we're talking about triple the child wonderful going all through the process EVD go back to you via and when we first get you know the the Compton files and when it when flavor king talks about rap music be a part of what's killing us in a lot of people who get to talk to us happen to be fully a few meters in the upper echelons of our people that are part of what's killing us intellectually socially because the police are looking at you like that black men because they're listening to the music too they grow up with the same deception so the both of you eight they ate the same peel so we're going to act like the police out of going to harass you they've been taught the same way through the industry and unless we address it from that perspective on a daily basis and stop playing games with corona virus stop playing games with all the technology that may be literally harmful not only to the planet with all the living beings on the planet okay Paula Jones won the number one more I hear you I hear you that's okay that's that's okay but thank you so much for for your comments because you bring up something good actually to be able to teach the history or teach the business of trap music actually have to go back to the origin of hip hop music and the and the business development of hip hop and with that came from and merge the two but that's good yeah it does certainly has an impact on the black community it has an impact on culture and you know music drives a lot these days a large influence in our communities.

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"stokes" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"stokes" Discussed on Future Hindsight

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"stokes" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

08:37 min | 5 months ago

"stokes" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"You're no longer using oil to fill your car. You're using clean electricity. So those are the kinds of changes that I suggest. People make rather than some of the changes that were often told that we should make that. Maybe people are not as excited about. I think this is really an important part because I was having this conversation about whether we should use paper Napkins or Napkin. Then is it worse to wash cloth Napkins? How much water am I using? Or what if I put the paper towel in the landfill which one is worse than slow difficult to compute? And can you even do a comparison? So don't get lost in all that noise. That is in many ways a tool of the fossil fuel industry to make you feel disempowered to make you feel stress to make you feel. You can never be perfect enough. This is not about purifying yourself. This is a political battle against vested interest groups who created a system that we are locked into none of us can unilaterally live in a low-carbon society not until we disrupt the power of the fossil fuel industry. And that's why it's so important I'd say more than your Napkins or your straws or whatever. How about having a conversation about climate change with somebody wants a day. Why not talk about the power of the fossil fuel industry and how they funded? Climate denial for decades how they have limited our investments in innovation. Federally we are not spending almost any money from a historical perspective on clean energy innovation but if we elect a new person in this fall a Democrat then we could finally start to invest money in the research and development of new technologies and that would allow all of us to have better choices to make in the first place. You know bill mckibben always says that if you want to be in the climate fight. Hypocrisy is the price of admission. So don't feel like you can't be talking about climate change or showing up the protests or writing a letter or getting involved politically in the climate fight. Because you're not pure enough. All of us are needed in the climate battle. It doesn't matter if you used a plastic Straw yesterday. You should be in the climate fight. Oh that's well said I'm a question about federal law. How would federal policy force states to change their source of energy makeup for a long time? Since the nineteen nineties advocates have been trying to pass a bill through Congress that would require all of our states to have these clean energy targets. What we really need to do is get our federal government to act and to pass what we would call a clean electricity standard and to say that every state in the country needs to be making progress and hitting these targets by this year unfortunately although advocates driving the nine hundred ninety s to do it and they really close in two thousand nine in a bill called the Waxman Markey Bill. Electric Utilities and fossil fuel companies have been very effective at blocking policy from passing Congress as we have a lot of unevenness in terms of how fast different states removing. We have places like California. That are way ahead of the curve that have one hundred percent clean energy target on the books and then we have places like West. Virginia that only get five percent of their electricity from clean energy sources. Today we need our federal government to say that all states have to be making progress and to give financial support to make sure that all states can make progress. I'm really hopeful that in the next congress when we hopefully have a Democratic president that big packages of climate policy could start move through the legislature setting requirements for all states to have more clean energy through clean electricity standard providing incentives people to buy electric vehicles or put solar on their roof. Because right now what you might not realize is those incentives are starting to go away. In December of last year there was an opportunity to increase these incentives for people to buy electric vehicles or people to put solar on their roof and our Congress decided not to. We could see adoption of these really essential technology slow down. That's at a time. When we need adoption to be increasing enormously we could also have our federal government be providing money for people to retrofit their homes in the way that I just described air so many things that are federal government can and should be doing. I would recommend the work of Jay Inslee when he was running for president. Several fantastic policy. Staffers wrote over two hundred pages of ideas of what our federal government could be doing to speed up the clean energy transition and tackle the climate crisis. Why did you write this book at this time? What prompted you to do this research. I had come to understand that. The climate crisis was the biggest threat facing our society and that the energy system was the crucial thing to break the energy crisis. That if we could make progress on cleaning up our electricity's system we would have a fighting chance to tackle the climate crisis. I sought to understand what our state's doing to try to make the transition and I had initially hoped to write a more positive story about the happy cases of places like California or New York or even New Mexico but the more I dug into the cases the more I understood that we can't just tell the happy stories. We have to look at the ways that the fossil fuel industry and Electric Utilities keep the status quo in place. We have to understand the ways that they attack our attempts at progress so that we can fight back. Thank you for your scholarship looking into the future. What makes you hopeful? We're on a sort of knife's edge here and I want people to look at that fact squarely. I want them to understand. How urgent this is I think for. Too Long people have said. Well we can deal with this health. Care thing I are we can deal with this inequality thing I and we need to deal with those things and in fact we should probably deal with those problems and climate change simultaneously. In fact that's the idea of the green new deal that we need to make sure people have minimum standards of living and have minimum safety net. So that they can handle the energy transition that we're all going to go through but I want people to recognize that the climate crisis is just as bad. It is really getting desperate and the gratitude. Berg phenomenon is so positive because she has woken up so many young people and so many people all around the world to just what a nice edge we are on in this moment. I closed the conclusion of my book with a quote from her. Because I think it's a blending of looking squarely at how bad things are and the potential for changing it. She says something like we must recognize how bad things are but we can still turn this all around. We still have time. And so that makes me hopeful that we're starting to see young people in the streets organizing through the sunrise movement organizing through Fridays for future. We're starting to elect truth tellers like Alexandria. Cossio Cortez who is willing to talk about the climate crisis and talk about solutions. At the scale of the problem like the green new deal we have had an extremely robust debate within the Democratic primary. Over what it would take for the federal government to really tackle the climate crisis and while I don't agree with everything that every candidate who said at least we're talking about climate change. At least we have detailed. Thousands of words plans from pretty much all the candidates. At least they can no longer ignore this problem so it makes me hopeful that we could have a banner year and twenty twenty that we could see amazing elections and that we could finally start to get policies in place at the scale of the crisis. That's my wish for this year and I'm going to work very hard to try to make that reality. Come true here here. Thank you very much. Thanks.

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"stokes" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"stokes" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"This was a policy to try to strengthen some of our air pollution controls it targeted Sofer dioxide nitrous oxides and mercury pollution. What a lot of people don't realize is that the mercury rule took more than two decades to finalize and that's because if it had been implemented faster would have shut down a lot more coal plants. Sooner when you have to emit less mercury you have to put control technology called scrubber it's basically a big filter for your coal plant to reduce the amount of mercury that's going into the atmosphere and into our lakes and rivers and poisoning people and that's quite expensive to do not only is it expensive to install but from then on it reduces the efficiency of that coal plant making the coal plant more expensive to operate these electric utilities understood that. If that maw went into effect it would have severe consequences and so they fought that law for decades and it was only in the Obama Administration that that law was finalized and started to change the way that coal plants had to operate. So you can see that using the court system legally challenging rules and their implementation is a way to slow down the policies that we put on the books. It's very very effective. Essentially what you are you in the book is that we want to have policy change to lock in and drive. Long-term change. We really have to destroy the political status quo which is both in the courts and in the party system or at least right now in the party system because eventually we might have Republicans again who would be pro climate given everything that you have learned in your research. What are the big takeaways for advocates for the climate that we can do in order to enact successful policies moving forward? I think a lot about how we can disrupt the power of electric utilities and fossil fuel companies and build the power of clean energy advocates. It's not easy to do because fossil fuel companies and electric utilities. Have a lot of power. They're very old organizations. They have a lot of money. They have very strong relationships with politicians. And so the odds are really stacked against us. We need to be building really big grassroots campaigns to sort of challenge that entrenched corporate power with mass public power. You can see some of the beginnings of that with groups like the sunrise movement but they need to scale much bigger. Their goal is to get something like three point. Five percent of the American public to actively engage in climate action like going on strike or attending protests. Disrupting the status quo. Getting to that scale is going to be quite challenging. State legislatures could pass policies that increase the resources for clean energy advocates called intervene compensation programs. This is a law that exists in California which pays groups that go to the regulatory process. The Public Utility Commission and advocate on behalf of the public on behalf of the environment on behalf of the public interest that policy costs each Californian cents annually yet saves millions of dollars in terms of air pollution in terms of increasing electricity costs. So if we had more states adopt that rule it would allow us to have more resources to battle utilities in the regulatory process. What role can everyday citizens play in making clean energy policy more viable and expansion hopefully possible? What could I do personally? A lot of the rhetoric that's been put out there about. Climate change is that this is an individual problem that we need to fly less or drive less or change our behaviour. I saw somebody say that it was. Bp The oil company that was pushing a lot of that rhetoric that this is a behavior change in individual problem and when people understand climate change in that way they fill out of guilt and a lot of shame and they feel paralyzed. And maybe they feel like they don't want to do anything about it because they don't want to change their lives and so my book is really a repudiation of that way of thinking about the climate problem. This is a policy problem. It's about advocates and opponents. Interest groups battling it out. It's not about your individual behavior change and so the question is how can you help bolster advocates to make them more? Powerful in these political fights being plugged into an organization in.

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"stokes" Discussed on Drilled

Drilled

13:53 min | 1 year ago

"stokes" Discussed on Drilled

"Of the climate townhall tonight. It is wednesday september fourth. There will be seven hours of climate town halls on t._v. T._v. tonight and to kind of prep for that. I wanted to talk through some of the key points in the various primary candidates policies. They've all pretty pretty much released policies now some of them right at the last minute comma harass people to judge and looking at you but out now and they're all pretty ambitious. I have have to say it's great to see how much more time these candidates have spent on climate than anyone did in two thousand sixteen so that's great. They're are definitely pros and cons of course but it's good to see pretty comprehensive plans from everyone to help talk through this stuff. I called up professor leah stokes. She's season assistant professor of environmental politics at u._c. Santa barbara and a really really interesting researcher on all of this stuff <hes> if you don't follow her on twitter already ready you should she puts together the best and most comprehensive threads on all the candidates policy proposals so go check her out there. She's at lee stokes. That's l. e. A. h. S. like sam t. o. K. e. s. so one of the first things i wanted to talk to lee about because her research gets into this affair bat was is this whole idea of have you know how the individual stuff of relapse the systemic staff and where there needs to be policy fixes and institutional change in where there needs to be social cultural behavioral psychological things happening. I personally think all of that can asked happen. Parallel leonidas to here's her take on it. I tend to focus a lot on institutional and policy change just because i started in the field doing environmental psychology and really thinking king of the individual level and cultural change and individual behavior change and i just saw that can be effective leak and catalyze it so much bigger with policy change <hes> of course the challenge becomes when we go policy i and don't <hes> think about that individual level we can get backlash and and i showed that a lot in my work and it's definitely something that's happened with carbon prices and with other policies <hes> so there's a tension for sure in terms terms of the individual level versus the societal institutional level <hes> and it's not going to get easier because he have to move extremely quickly. That's true true and yet we will struggle to move extremely quickly <hes> well. It's not a simple thing to solve. I also asked her who she is kind of most interested in hearing from tonight and who she's most excited about. She actually came up with that difference here. She is on that well. I guess i can distinguish between who i'm most interested in and who i'm most excited about so <hes> i'm quite interested to see what <hes> inter-gang we'll talk about about because <hes> he is quite an economy class in his own way wrote a relatively critical thread about his plan because i thought it was problematic matic and you know afterwards talked to sort of profile in silicon valley who said to me well. The thing about yang is sort of willing to speak the truth and the truth is the changes really bad and we do these technologies like advanced nuclear or geo engineering or negative emissions technologies like direct air capture sure and you know that gives me a slightly different view on him because it's not that i agree with his take on all those things but i do feel that there is taboo around talking about some of these issues and i don't agree with that. I think that we should be talking about <hes> different technologies and their risks and benefits and so it'll be curious to see how artfully yang able to do that while also you know probably leaning heavily into his doom and gloom style narrative about running to the hills with your one thousand dollar. Check okay so quick thing here about andrew yang's carbon fee and dividend approach. He actually is not going with the citizens climate lobby proposal but rather the climate leadership council plan. I've written about this before a few other. People have as well the sort of key difference in the climate leadership councils planned as opposed to any other carbon fee and dividend plans is that it includes food's a sort of liability loophole for the fossil fuel industry for previous bad action on climate so you can kind of see z. y. Oil companies might like that idea kind of gets them off the hook for any of these lawsuits that are out there right now and some conservatives and even some environmentalists have made the argument that if you are sort of finding fossil fuel companies multiple ends at the same time that things won't change in that you know they won't play ball and all those sorts of things but i talked to this woman pamela gilbert. She's a consumer advocate in an attorney. She's the former former executive director of the consumer product safety commission and currently a partner at the law firm canal gilbert and ladoga and she said it's always he's the very most dangerous products or industries who want legal loophole so currently the only other industries that have the sort of legal protection that the oil industry with gatt as part of this proposal are the gun manufacturers and nuclear energy so here's how gilbert addresses the whole idea that you know you have to be kind of either the courts or regulation. Sometimes people like to say well. You're never gonna get it like it's a societal benefit to have federal regulation relation and so you have to give up the lawsuits or you'll never get federal regulation but that's just not true. That's not what happened with tobacco. Their strongest arguments arguments come in at least they're. They're offering give something up right order. Get the the liability protections <hes> <hes> <hes> you know in in the case of you know will will accept more more regulations or curbs on our you know on our actions <hes> or tax attacks tax but we need. We need a liability limitation in response. We're that really falls down and again. I you know i pointed at the tobacco. Oh situation is that. It's really you know it's important to have health and safety regulations and protections but it's <hes> <hes> it's never enough and so you always have to put you always have to preserve the ability of victims to protect themselves themselves in and and go to court because <hes> government government will never have enough money and enough resources to keep the regulations elation state of the art and then enforce them take away the courts and you're left with weak regulations standards that never improve underfunded enforcement and impacts impacts that companies are free to pass on to tax payers and we have seen that in the climate situation where right now taxpayers are on the hook for billions of dollars. There's in adaptation costs that fossil fuel companies don't have to pay even a penny towards okay so andrew yang's climate folks might wanna rethink a particular carbon fee and dividend plan. He's backing beyond that. Here's who leah is the most excited to hear from tonight well. Of course i was most excited approach enslave before he left the race. You know those that two hundred eighteen page document is the gold standard but you know that brings us to elizabeth warren who yesterday really endorsed. I a big part of increase plan which i think was just brilliant super smart <hes> and i think it shows that she you you know it's not about her. It's really about the ideas and the work and that that i really admire that elizabeth warren. I feel that she if you look look at her record has been really smart person in terms of understanding the way the system works and how to make the system work better for everyday people and hopefully better for the climate <hes> so i'm pretty excited about elizabeth warren's plans that she's put out and i know they'll probably be more because of course it's a bit of an apples apples and oranges comparison. You have a full sixteen trillion dollar plan from sanders. You have a full plan from fight in that has some blend of private funding as well as public funding <hes> but but of course warren has release just a smaller number of sort of plans and sequence kind of like what actually was doing doing on climate but worn is doing it on many issues so i feel that <hes> she is a great candidate and very smart and has her heart in the right place place and i'm pretty excited to hear how she will talk about climate change so yeah elizabeth warren has kind of in the first one to just come right out be like i'm going to just grab this part of jason's sleaze plan when instantly left the race a couple of weeks ago. He said you know please take my plan so <hes> it's it's interesting to see candidates already starting starting to do that. The real surprise to meet tonight is comma harris who came out with her policy today like you know a few two hours before this town hall is going to start is by far the most aggressively anti fossil fuel brealey. I'm genuinely surprised us yet. I kind of <hes> <hes> suspected that kamala harris would go more moderate route but her can of prosecutor side his come out and she is really he kinda gutting for the fossil fuel industry. There's this one pretty bold quote from her plan. Comma will leverage both executive authority and congress to end federal support for the fossil fuel industry. She is also talked about using the d._o._j. To prosecute fossil fuel industry she's totally on board with the idea idea of a sort of tobacco style rico litigation so <hes> definitely kind of one to watch in the climate space bernie sanders has of course released a very aggressive green new deal style plan as well but there are a couple of surprising sings in his plan. I generally like what i hear from bernie on climate. I like how adamant he is about. Not letting the fossil fuel industry regulate itself <hes> but there are a couple of surprising confusing confusing details in his plan that i think they're taking a look at here's leah explaining those. I'm not a huge fan of bernie sanders plan. Even though i know many others are are mental community <hes> there's a few reasons for that i really deeply disagree with his position on nuclear <hes> and not for ideological position reason reason i was not pro-nuclear myself several years ago but just for an empirical reason which is i've seen what has happened in germany after they shut down their nuclear player plants they are really stalled into carbon is in there like trysofi system. Even after germany you know it was a huge leader globally in wind and solar. They probably put more money into this than anybody else and yet they've struggled to reach the ultimate goal which is decarbonising the electricity system because of the decision to shut down safe <hes> nuclear nuclear plants and <hes>. There's some evidence that the same thing has happened in vermont <hes> where bernie sanders is of course based and of course it's also happened in california and so you know i think we really have to be smart about existing nuclear and i don't feel that that plan is <hes> and that's what a lot of energy experts also think <hes> i would also to say that it is sixteen trillion dollars which is very exciting and i'm really into that but if you actually look at where the money goes <hes> there are several allocations that they're not really about reducing carbon nor have they about green new deal style. You know welfare state where you're giving people paying jobs or healthcare. There's for example one hundred i'm fifty billion dollars for broadband or thirty six billion dollars for victory gardens and there's also actually seven hundred billion dollars for roads and highways which are definitely not low-carbon <hes> so versus three hundred billion transit so when you actually dig into the details of the allocation allocation and you think okay bernie sanders president he implemented vision. It's not clear to me that would really reduce emissions as fast as other people's plans and that that really matters to me so <hes> so that's where i kind of have some criticisms of birdies plan. Even though i do think it's hard in the right place and i do think he cares a lot about climate change change. I feel that some of the elements of the plan could be smarter <hes> and <hes> you know. I think it's important to say that because a certain part of our community community is not into critical thinking or in criticizing candidates and i do feel that we need to have the best plans possible we need to <hes> really hit the ground running on this and so i don't have a personal thing against him <hes> but i do feel that the plan could be better in some ways. I guess that they're real trade-offs. There and the new gear there has negative effects yeah if the nuclear plant already exist and it is already operating and we've already built it and made waste you know how we should use it for now to safely get us to a low-carbon future <hes> because the alternative is we will build more natural gas plants and that that will definitely be a problem so because that's just what has happened all around the world. We won't shut down coal plants as fast as we could <hes> because here's the thing if you wanna get two hundred percent clean electric like twenty thirty five..

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"stokes" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"stokes" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"She actually followed meal all this fever trips to goes i actually around that long term pro pro about beaver cyrano way that's when i started observing her she used during those everywhere and they were open viva she even smells the beaver sent marks yeah probably as good that stokes good is dogs what can dogs smell i guess my question is and i'm going to be pretty frank here i take my dog out for a walk she has to stop every ten fifteen feet to smell a fire hydrant or a bush or something i assume she's smelling where other dogs have marked and i liken it to facebook you know she this is her facebook she goes she she reads the post and she might even comment by peeing on what is it what is it that they're smelling well if if you're talking about peeing they can spend a lot of different things first of all they understand is the dog at a p there so it's the species and maybe maybe they don't know much about this but who knows maybe some breed differences slow but definitely if he's a male even understand this female have sent mark there if she's in heat or not and who who is she still haven't met these before or no so maybe h off the mark.

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"stokes" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"stokes" Discussed on Happy Hour

"Stokes widget i can type stocks into spotlight to google it share or can move my mouse right screen press the low thing and if it's on the notifications todd prices segment you control switch today if it was just on the screen time we actually used for the fact that has has tech minute controls to see is what gets me because i can do a gesture or hot corner and open advocates and everything clicked for today and it's like i'm in and then scroll which widget so i always that would improve also in the in their own siri siri kenneth thing on the mac and all night okay so see you kit from mac and you know that means like being able to yeah yeah i know like talk talk to things you know my my my task manager you know there are things on the mat like you don't have uber on the mac right but but but you do have things on the mac like things literally things on the back that would apply and you know maybe in the future you get an audio intent for siri you'd be able to control if there was an app for the for the for the audio player like you know if you could control spotify or overcast then that would be cool it'd be useful but yeah this this thing i'm going to suggest here is the they might well i'm kind of hoping they do is offer a cloud siri option where develop a can make instead of like all the circuit pricing being local to each like at binary would communicate with incidents of right he's i like society if you all you know you don't have to code or the serious stuff on the mac siri stuff on the wall over good stuff on the phone he could like talk to you know like a web point right and then just feed by the results to the laker client op so because these this is how the modal of alexa.

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"stokes" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"stokes" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"Stokes a week since you domination deputation johnson i'm the queen chris green say takeup you cou yeah i can't fight it anymore see the bima please field.

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"stokes" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"stokes" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Hi this is mark news from plan talk radio thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan talk radio to keep this podcast free we're partnering with stoke seeds indoor seed starting as fun easy and economical now's the time to start your seeds if you're looking to grow vegetables variety or at a punch of color to your flower garden review the stoke seeds starting guide online you'll find information about soil preparation moisture temperature light transplanting and more the stokes seeds website is a complete resource center you need make your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with stokes now today's question what's been so wet that i imagine it's a little too soon to try to get out and do anything but maybe a little cleanup right i think i think if you've been out recently probably had to put your hip yeah to get out in the yard but that's certainly something as soon as you feel comfortable walking around the yard that she can do if he didn't get your perennials cleaned up last fall you can you can trim all the debt off of them now if he have trees in the yard then you're going to have limbs in your in your yard that have fallen out across the winter so you wanna get those cleaned up just survey the landscape and maybe see what you wanna do this year if there's some things that maybe when a transplant or remove and had some new things roses are one that you know as soon as you start to see a little bit of new growth on those they can be trimmed back and of course the the popular knockout rose you can kind of control the height of the plant by how much.

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"stokes" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"stokes" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Hi this is mark news from plan talk radio thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan talk radio to keep this podcast free we're partnering with stoke seeds indoor seed starting as fun easy and economical now's the time to start your seeds if you're looking to grow vegetables variety or at a punch of color to your flower garden review the stoke seeds starting guide online you'll find information about soil preparation moisture temperature light transplanting and more the stokes seeds website is a complete resource center you need make your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with stokes now today's question what's been so wet that i imagine it's a little too soon to try to get out and do anything but maybe a little cleanup right i think i think if you've been out recently probably had to put your hip yeah to get out in the yard but that's certainly something as soon as you feel comfortable walking around the yard that she can do if he didn't get your perennials cleaned up last fall you can you can trim all the debt off of them now if he have trees in the yard then you're going to have limbs in your in your yard that have fallen out across the winter so you wanna get those cleaned up just survey the landscape and maybe see what you wanna do this year if there's some things that maybe when a transplant or remove and had some new things roses are one that you know as soon as you start to see a little bit of new growth on those they can be trimmed back and of course the the popular knockout rose you can kind of control the height of the plant by how much.

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