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If social media giants collaborate, can they wrestle down COVID-19 misinformation?
"Earlier this week. Facebook Google Microsoft is linked in Reddit. Twitter and Youtube sent out a joint statement saying they would be working closely together to combat misinformation about cove in nineteen while also working to build community but social media companies have said they were fighting misinformation before without a lot of meaningful impact. Let's dig into this in quality assurance segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Sheera over day covers technology at the New York Times. I asked her what these platforms are doing differently. I think what some of the big tech companies have said is that they're collaborating on. Best Practices to help spread. Good Information and tamp down on bad information. So what that means practically is that your seeing on places like Youtube and at the top of your facebook or instagram feed information that those companies are pushing you from the World Health Organization or credible news organizations. What we're seeing here is basically a wholesale rewriting of Internet governance by these large companies on the fly because of this crisis. Doesn't this raise many of the same issues that have always been raised which is can we trust these platforms to identify this stuff and get right? Absolutely I think all those same anxieties about the power of these companies is still there. What is the right balance between kind of free speech and free spread of of good information and tapping down on bad information and these companies? Don't always make good decisions. They don't enforce their own rules effectively or they do so inconsistently so all those same problems are there. It just feels muted by the urgency of this public health crisis I mean it seems like it is often the case that in an emergency power gets flexed in ways that are not undone after the fact and so I just wonder like will there be a taking advantage. Will there be a reset in some way of the roles and the goals if they flex all the power at once all the problems of the Big Internet spaces. They're all still there and you're right. This could be a situation where the Internet companies become more empowered more emboldened as much as they have before to you know patrol. What happens to collect more information about people particularly if there's pressure on them to collect information for kind of health tracing sorts of things It just feels like it's not the most urgent question and right now for these tech companies. I WANNA clarify. Do you think it's not the most urgent question internally or externally or both both I think yeah yeah right so if they are successful. Is it going to show that they could have been successful at this all along in some way a public health crisis a global pandemic is much more black and white than all these other issues that the companies deal with on a day to day basis? So maybe the rules that they're writing for something that is so urgent you know endangering the health of many millions of people. Maybe that doesn't apply to all the day to day stuff that that these companies deal with the kinds of of Internet communication that happens on a regular basis. But we'll see if it succeeds. Will there be any going back in terms of content moderation. I think there will be going back because again the kinds of black and white issues that a pandemic presents are different than do we allow trump to tweak things that seem vaguely threatening or what do we do about misinformation that spreading in India. Those are things that are either less black and white or maybe not at the top of the priority pile for these big companies and this corona virus crisis is different. Because it's both extremely urgent. Everybody is making this their top priority. And it's so cut and dried. The choices they have to make. Is that that cut and dried though. I mean like what is twitter going to do about? President trump has sincerely tweeted misinformation. You know or at a time when there is so when there is not that much known about how many cases there are in the United States or about how the virus behaves are about whether it infects children you know. There is a lot of speculation and the arising in some cases from expert sources in some cases. Maybe not but you know it feels to me like it's still pretty hard you're right it's a good point. I think there are still going to be edge cases. I'm also a particularly worried about misinformation spreading in smaller groups. We've seen things like facebook groups and what's APP which are sort of pro again private messages or private postings We're those are places where the even pre corona virus that dangerous misinformation started to spread on. It's much harder for those big internet companies to police that kind of stuff. So you're right that I think there are gonna be hard calls And I think the issue is going to be that people are paying close attention but I think it just feels so urgent for the companies to do something that they're going to get a lot of slack again for for good or for ill They're being the power that we worried about. These big tech companies have having now we want them to flex that power. Syra Day covers technology at the New York Times. Her soon to launch newsletter is on Tech. Wish your over day and now for some related links on Wednesday twitter said it would ban and remove tweets that were spreading misinformation in a way that could actually cause the new corona virus itself to spread faster it took down tweets by some prominent people including two that encouraged people to take to the streets and also encouraged businesses to defy orders to close down or shelter in place researchers in Italy who track misinformation and bought online analyzed. More than one hundred twenty one million tweets based on their emotional content as well as misinformation and found that quote. The amount of unreliable news is a huge potential threat to public health. The World Health Organization has labeled it an Info Democ but experts said it is prompting an opposite and hopefully equal response from fact checkers part of the problem. They say is a lack of good information to counter the bad the researchers also found that on the emotional front quote. The whole world is sad which I can't lie broke my heart a little bit on the facebook side of things to mark. Zuckerberg has started doing live streams with health experts like Dr Anthony. Fauci the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and America's doctor right now but CNN has a piece pointing out what over also noted facebook's biggest misinformation problem is what's up and news. That spreads quickly enclosed groups.
Minnesotans in the mix at UN climate summit in Madrid
"MINNESOTANS in the mix at the international climate summit in Madrid. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul Kutner with climate cats. The world's latest COP twenty five climate summit wraps up in Madrid this week. What's the specific focus of this latest climate summit? Sarah Sarah Good. Speed is the youth and policy manager at Minnesota's climate generation. She attended the meetings and joins me via skype from Madrid this week. Hi Sarah how. Aw what are the key. Areas of focus and negotiations at this particular meeting. Well there are a lot of different working groups trying to work out. It's a rule book on the parents agreements so this includes how countries will be counting their emissions reductions. What kinds of projects counts? And what kind of regulations. Those projects need to fall under in order to safeguard communities and to effectively reduce emissions rather than just counting counting projects. That folks we already doing or double-counting those projects then negotiators are sent in to amplify their own countries perspectives. I want you to listen to this comment from Executive Secretary for UN Climate Change Patricia Espinosa. And get your reaction on the other side each year the call. We're told that the window of opportunity could close soon ministers. They window of opportunity. Is this closing now Sarah. We know that climate scientists are conveying. The sense of urgency is that getting through to policymakers in Madrid. I would agree with the sentiments of Patricia. The NOSSA WE are hearing that from all sides youth are calling for indigenous. People have been calling for it and that's really not translating into the action that we need you know we've for years been talking about the potential for things like sea level rise and forced I migration were actually seeing that already begin to happen in certain parts of the world and right here in the United States. What's the discussion about forced migration due to the already early impacts of climate change forest migration is actually one of the themes that climate generation is looking into this year ear? As we're here at COP I've been in a number of discussions both with frontline communities we're experiencing migration or who are facing displacement from their homelands homelands as well as with countries were trying to prepare to receive migrants and so there is a lot of discussion around looking for different ways that we can model solutions in. It's not necessarily translating again into formal commitments by countries to support those solutions yet. And what have you found most interesting cop twenty five so far I have been very powerfully struck by the representation of youth and indigenous voices. They've been incredibly powerful voices and I hope that our negotiators across different countries are really starting and to hear them and stand behind them as they create these new policies. Sir We talk on climate cast and we know people can all make personal changes to reduce our carbon urban footprints but how important are the bigger structural changes. There's no amount of personal action that can equal the systemic structural changes changes that we really need to achieve our goals. We are here in Madrid and advocating for those larger structural changes that make it possible for for individuals to make the right choices and for all of our infrastructure to reflect the green feature that we really need Syra goodspeed. Youth and policy manager here at climate generation. Thanks for joining me from Madrid on skype on climate casted. Thank you Paul. That's climate cast. NPR chief meteorologist call
Retail Sales Notch Higher for Third Straight Month
"Retail sales notched a third straight month increases in may showing consumers are willing to spend even amid continued trade tensions. Joining me now from Washington is Wall Street Journal reporter Sara Cheney the Syra consumer spending makes up about two-thirds of the nation's economic output. So what did we learn from the latest report about the health of the US retail sector? We saw that retail sales increase pretty strongly in may, and that follows a solid, April reading too. So overall consumers are doing pretty well and showing resilience Sarah, what are there, any particular segments in the retail sector that we saw that did particularly well in may? So it was pretty broad based, which is always a good signal for the economy. We saw retail sales rose and electronics sporting goods restaurants. Those are all sort of discretionary spending. Categories. So it shows that people have more money in their pockets, and they're, they're willing to go out and shop, some let's talk a little bit about inflation. We know the Federal Reserve keeps a close eye on that. And it's been running below their two percent. Target is the may retail report, a potential concern there. So really for consumers will inflation is good rates. So if you're going out to a store, and you're not seeing huge price increases. That's good for you. You can probably spend a little more money than you, otherwise would for the Federal Reserve at present somewhat of a dilemma, because it's been undershooting there two percent annual inflation target trade tensions, of course, continue to be in the headlines and the latest tariffs on China hit consumer goods. Are we seeing that impact retail sales at also far it's really hard to say at this point, but retailers could feel the squeeze from tariffs in coming months? The trump. Administration put tariffs of twenty five percent on billions of dollars of goods imported from China, the impacts products ranging from clothing to handbags to furniture in so merchants could either absorb the added costs from the price increases themselves, or they might have to pass them along to vendors or even consumers, but that remains to be seen in the coming months.
Trade war heightens as U.S. raises tariffs on Chinese goods
"Update. China's vice premier says the US and China will hold another round of trade talks in Beijing. Nothing official from the Trump administration on that the president increased tariffs in two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods and is threatening higher tariffs on three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods, not currently targeted. Alex Lawson is a trade reporter with law three sixty the ministry of commerce put out a statement in Beijing last week that basically said we regret that we will have to take countermeasures, but they probably will. I mean, they have at every step of the way. There's no real reason to think that they would change course. Now, it's a matter of deciding what is most digestible for them Syra shoe teaches economics at the state university of New York Post to impose tariffs on imports. And there's going to be a sort of tit for tat trade war. Like, we saw in recent months, and there's there's no end in sight right now, which is really
"syra" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"John Shannon reporting that the sabers will not interview former blue jackets coach, Todd Richards, and reports that buffalo was narrowed their choices to Dave Tippett and jock Martin defense. Travis ios. Join Chilton bulldog yesterday saying that the two coaches aren't even in the same league, even heart even pay Jack Marquette and day hitter in the same bucket. Like John McCain like he coached in another era because he really did coach another era whereas. Stay fit you can point to some recent years of experience with the coyotes and say, okay now we have something quantitative that we can measure to. The right fit for favors team. That's really tried to introduce more talented than the lineup. His calling card, and you know, he can get the most out of a roster. If you want to read more on that story, Britain Wilson has it on our website at WJR five fifty dot com. Stanley Cup playoff game one of the Western Conference finals tonight, the San Jose Sharks against the Saint Louis blues. Puck dropped for game one set for eight o'clock tonight NBA playoffs. No, Kevin Durant. No problem for the Golden State Warriors as they eliminated the Houston Rockets in game six last night. One eighteen to one thirteen on the back of Steph curry thirty three points, all of which were scored in the second half quick. No from the WNBA UB guard Syra Dillard was waived by the Minnesota lynx the links drafted Dillard in the second round of the WNBA draft back in April. And L L playoffs tonight the east division finals tonight at key Bank center, the buffalo bandits hosting the Toronto rock for the right to play in the NFL championship. Face off set for seven thirty in downtown buffalo. You can hear that right here on WGN to baseball the bisons in action later tonight on the road against Norfolk. Tides first pitch.
"syra" Discussed on The Anthill
"The took this company Syra count listed a couple of other examples of everyday violence against let's though this one case where. Rickshaw driver who is supposed to be undetectable cost. What it says the rickshaw driver was Daulat? He overtakes a guy driving small call who it turns out is from a so called higher cost in this case. It was a cost known as the warrior cost and asked him who are you? What is your cost? And when the picture was shared his cost. She immediately went to his GAAS boot pulled out a knife came back and kind of famous lastest for it. So what Syria count is implying here is the sum supposedly higher cost Hindus fail. They've been given a license to try and reimpose these cost hierarchies. And while this is nothing new it's become more prominent onto the J P. How do you think the Mody government has dealt with cost? That's an interesting question. So in January twenty nineteen they government announced it. It would introduce a ten percent reservation policy aimed at the economically. Weak from among the haikus, it Julius election time, and caught up politics is back in full force in a clear move to win over the upper caste votes. The moody government today a ten percent reservations for those who are economically weaken over the job could other for SDS's. And the obese so Essy's are what's called shed, you'll costs and the OB sees the other backward. Classes should these dicussed about whom we've heard earlier for whom certain jobs and university places have been reserved. But basically, this new policy means that there will be coders specifically for poor people from among the so called high cost groups such as the brands, for example. Yes, this is something I've found intriguing about cost differences. I think I had a tendency to think of cost is similar to cloth that we have in the UK, so which largely an economic thing. But as Syrah count was saying on his, HUD. If you'll from so-called high cost, you're not necessarily well off and a lot of it's to do with this idea of purity. So just how political is this move by the J P to introduce a new reservations policy. Eights all politics. Okay. Let's take a step back and look at the populations that we're talking about we know from census data that the shangen costs or the deletes as they are more popularly called make up about sixteen percent of India's population that original variations, but there are about sixteen percent of the population. The shed you'll tribes the other group for whom reservations were introduced are at approximately eight percent beyond these figures. We just have lots of speculation in two thousand and eleven a cost census was conducted. But the data was never actually made available to the public various population. Projections have suggested however that the other backward classes, this large chunk in between the so called high costs and the so called untouchables maybe anywhere between forty and sixty percent of the Indian population. Now, that's huge forty to sixty percent of the Indian. Relation. And so if you look at the figures the high cost component of the Indian people is unlikely to exceed about twenty percent. Now Modi's new reservations for the poor as he puts it aims to significant chunk of this twenty percent. So the BJP's policy stems from a deep seated opposition to Costco tires which the party believes would undermine Hindu humidity. We've heard a lot about the history on appeal of Hindu, nationalist politics in India introduced has this kind of politics permeated, the whole of the political system or is ideology, largely the domain of the BJP Narendra Modi. That he's a really good question. So there's a popular saying among Indians that what the PGP does by day the congress has by night. What does that mean? So the BJP, of course, has fashioned itself after Hindu tied eulogy suggesting that India is for the Hindu that set cetera..
"syra" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The border wall. She supported Syra tolerance. Even last week. She surged more people to the border explored the idea sealing off certain ports of entry. It's certain times. Trump tweeted yesterday the current customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan, it's going to serve as the acting DHS secretary Nielsen it only been in that position since the end of twenty seventeen and overseeing the administration's policy of separating migrant children from their families at the border. Trump did thank Nielsen for her service, though state legislature considering ordering county sheriff's and city police chiefs not to enforce those federal laws, which would restrict the use. Use of what's called suppressors on rifles. We know him as silencers Republican state. Representative Tom Oliver says the laws are ridiculous based on what federal officials saw in movies. These devices are heavily regulated by the federal government. They're off they're often referred to as silencers, and you see them in movies completely misrepresented, although those of us that have owned one or owned one us one know that they are far from a silencer suppressors actually protect the hearing of the sportsman whose hunting. We're target practicing. His Bill would also abolish all state restrictions on suppressors. Carry locking News Radio twelve hundred W A I elommal area. Police chiefs association supporting at another house Bill this one would toughen laws against mail theft on the current law. It's only a misdemeanor. The proposed Bill would make it a state felony to be caught with three or more pieces of mail from three different addresses prison. Time could result and tonight's the NC double a championship game between Jinya and Texas. Tech. We will be carrying it live right here.
"syra" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"We whether we like it or not we will maintain some type of influence in those areas because we don't want the cancers that are there, and they are cancers to spread to inside our borders. Right. You both Vietnam together. And we knew we were not gonna last that war. But what Syra Mayes me of what happened right after Vietnam after we left Vietnam. That's when the murder started killing anybody who supported us. So when I heard they're going to support get out of Syria and abandoned of ghanistan to the Taliban. I'm going there's going to be murder after murder after murder people who were once are free. With support us anything politically can say about that. Well, we we know we know who who have historically been our friends, and we have to make sure that we don't abandon our friends fig about after a operation Iraqi freedom there were interpreters who worked with our forces during during our majority of the combat operations in Iraq that we needed to make sure that we help either get out of the country and get to the US because they had basically signed their death ones right by helping us as American forces there. So we those of us who served know what it means to protect an ally. Protect the brother protect the sister. So thank you. Well, we come back. Speaking more to Jack on his view on the democrat side from the Republican side from inside the halls of congress. So we come back. We'll be talking more about what Jack. Sees and thinks about some of our more powerful Democrats interesting. A lot of them are women. Your listening to the rich.
"syra" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"One of the biggest things that will steal your mind is how a high fasting blood sugar level. It's actually been shown to be associated with brain atrophy, and it makes your blood vessels brittle more likely to break. So there's a term I like I didn't coin it, but I like called diabetes city. It's a combination of being overweight with high blood sugar. It's a disaster for brain function. And this is why people get addicted it's carbohydrates, simple carbohydrate. So if you ingest cupcake, your pancreas sees all the sugar in it sends out and insulin burst. Well, that insulin bursts drives trip to fan the amino acid precursor to Syra Tonen into your brain. So when you eat bread or pasta potatoes, your brain likes it because it feels happier. It feels more relaxed. Now, the problem is kills you early. And so you have to sort of take us, but the other thing that drives turfed. Into the brain is exercise, and so in many of my athletes, they exercise intensely. So they don't get depressed. And when they get hurt they get depressed because they can't get their antidepressant fix. And so they'll go to sugar, and then that'll make them feel terrible about themselves. And so no what's good for trip van to getting into your Brennan. What's behalf? So before we started rolling, you said, something so fascinating. And you said if I were basically an evil genius. And I wanted to just absolutely destroy people's health. I would create what kind of lifestyle so. Let's just take this pneumonic. I've created on how to keep your brain healthy. It's called bright minds. And so if I was the evil ruler..
"syra" Discussed on WJR 760
"Has of course had to present. Yes. One hundred percent becherman job is not jeopardy by this press. Absolutely. That's very district. Court exam is scheduled for today in Detroit for a man in a case that the Wayne County prosecutor worthy says is another example of the massive problem of domestic violence. Here's WJR is. Gene Fogel, research showed Robert easily Calloway has been charged with attempted murder of his twenty five year old wife police say he had sexually assaulted the woman at a hotel and harbor woods on November twenty fifth. The next day showed up at the FedEx ground distribution center. Lavonia were wife work as she got out of the curry fired a shotgun grazing her. He then reloaded shot her in the back. He fled the scene and led police on a high speed chase down. The eastbound I ninety six freeway before officers were able to disable his car. The wife survived the attack easily Calloway faces up to life in prison on the charges against him. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. Also accord exam coming up for a Sterling Heights man charge. In the fatal shooting of a transgender woman. Forty six year old Albert weather's charged in the death of thirty six year old Kelly staff of Detroit police officer spotted stops body on the street on east mcnichols near brush about six in the morning, December seventh Wayne County prosecutor's office says that weather's later was arrested through the efforts of the fair. Michigan Justice project a dog with only one working I lost for a week in the UP reunited with his owners in a white husky mix was found seven days after disappearing in the forest around the pictured rocks Syra Cortez at Alex buyer from Farmington hills, tried everything to find their dog at one point the even grilled hamburgers in the woods, hoping the aroma would get his attention. But almost a week later. Another couple driving in the area spotted, Ian, they call the number on his dog tag in a rescue group, reunited Cortez buyer and their one.
"syra" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Leader KCBS Syra KCBS six day forecast. Sunny and breezy tomorrow. Highs mid to upper fifty. Fifties. Lows upper thirty s to mid forties Friday through New Year's Eve, mostly sunny skies. Daytime highs in the fifties overnight lows in the thirties and forties right now. In San Francisco. It's fifty five degrees in El cerrito pedal, Matz, fifty degrees in Fremont. It's forty eight degrees in Los Gatos. It's forty four degrees in Alamo. It's forty two degrees. Traffic and weather together on the eighth son. All news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. What matters to you, many bay area cities could be facing even deeper cuts to their water supplies matters to us, but it's not directly related to drought count on us for complete coverage of the stories that matter to you on the bay area's news station KCBS. Whether it's our hearts lungs or other organs were diagnosis tends to make us uneasy at Kaiser Permanente our specialists care for you and about you working together, creating a treatment plan specific to your diagnosis and total health so from primary to specialty care. Find reassurance in a great team of healthcare professionals committed to your healthy recovery. Visit KP dot org slash specialty care to learn more transition hotel in the mail on estates, inC, twenty one to one Easter for St. Rockville, Maryland, two zero five two. KCBS news time nine fifty one Bev MO is warning that a data breach may have allowed a hacker to steal credit card numbers and other information from more than fourteen thousand customers who used the alcohol sellers website conquered based company has notified the California attorney general's office that someone was able to plant.
"syra" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Instructed his stamp, and he will do this himself which just walk away. We'll just leave. If you start badgering us with questions, we'll just walk away. Now, it remains to be seen of a cost is going to be back in his seat on the front row, I presume he will be. But we'll we'll have to wait and see about that the White House had revoked his credentials last week, as you know, after he and the president tangled at a press conference CNN alleged that a Costa's first and fifth amendment rights reviling. The judge didn't rule on the underlying case, but he he ruled not on the first amendment fifth amendment. That was the Duke for due process saying that the cost of Hatton receive sufficient notice or explanation before his credentials revoked or been given sufficient opportunity to respond for they were so. I went online to apply for White House credentials today. And as you might imagine it's not as easy as you think you're supposed to be a member of the White House association of something. So I didn't wanna have to join them had to either pay an initiation fee or they would as me. So I decided I didn't want to go that far. Maybe they'd waterboard me since I'm a conservative. So I didn't want to have to go that far plots. I was going to do it through Westwood One. And then, you know, Westwood One would say, well, this is a stunt. And then I'd make them look bad. And so I just I decided again it, but I'm waiting for somebody to do this. Because the assumption now is from what the mainstream media folks have told us is that it's your first amendment, right? If you're a journalist that you get to be in the White House. Press corps, isn't that what I'm hearing. You have a first amendment constitutional right to be depressed court. So I'm waiting for somebody out there the challenge this thing. Sarah Sanders said in a statement in response to the core. We will temporarily reinstate the reporters hard pass. We will also further develop rules and processes to ensure fair and orderly press conferences in the future. The president's speaking to reporters says they don't listen to the rules and regulations will end up back in court, and we will win. And then he says we want total freedom of the press. It's very important to me. More important anybody that'd be believed. But you know, we'll just walk away walk away. Renee. So that's how that's ending up. It looks like though that the judge may have based decision on bad reporting in the mainstream media. And this says it score Syra Sanders released a video showing a close up of Jim Acosta swiping down and hitting the young female, intern liberal media, claiming the video was doctored. It wasn't the liberal media even produce comparisons. Which clearly showed the video was not doctored, and Jim Acosta swipe down and hit the woman's arm. Even their so-called proof shows the video was not doctored and showed exactly what the White House. Claimed that it cost ahead physical contact with young female, intern refused to turn over the microphone and disrespected the office of the president United States. But then of course, today the judge Timothy Kelly we by the way was appointed. By Trump ruled at a cost must be given his press backs pass back. He also said that Sanders claimed at a cost had inappropriately touched the White House. Intern was likely untrue and partly based on evidence of questionable accuracy. Well, there's not any questionable. Accuracy. I would question that he assaulted her. I don't think he assaulted her which is what some folks are saying. And I think that the White House is backed off on that. But he did push your hand out of the way and wouldn't give up the microphone and as the president says. Yeah, we have options. Okay. Judge says you get your pass back and get your pants back. Doesn't mean we have to call on you. It'll be interesting to see the next presidential press cover even the next press conference with Sarah Sanders. I don't know whether it was a cost in there today with Sarah sounded and see the press conference. I don't know. And so I would not I'd never call on the guy again as long as I live. But that would be. Me and some people will say that's petty. But I don't think it is. I think the guys just a he's an activist. The hand recount beginning in Florida folks hand recount beginning. This is just for the Senate race because the governor's race races done and state law requires a hand review when the victory of margin is zero point two five percent points or less and the state's visual results showed Scott ahead of Nelson by zero point one five percentage points. So they don't review all the votes. It involves about ninety three thousand ballots that were not recorded by voting machines because voters cast either two votes for one race, which is called the over vote or up here. Choose no candidate, which is an undergo nephew. If you voted to in one race. Then you need to be disqualified. I would think how do we even count those? How do you know what let's see it looks like they pressed a little bit harder for Nelson than they did for Scott. So we're going to get an Elton. There's no way to now. No, I don't even understand how you over vote. I don't think it's possible where I vote because we use the machine, and when it says select one you select one, and once you selected one you can select another. Okay. And then. They're looking at the ones that appeared to choose no candidate, which is an under vote. The idea is to figure out a voter's intent. Well, there's no way to do this. If you didn't vote in a range you didn't vote in a race. So I don't even know why we're counting any of these. The election supervisor's office in Tampa volunteers were joined by observers from both political parties at twelve tables as the recount started the ballots were in locked wire basket on a rolling cart when they were delivered to the room and elections office employees cut, the lock off the basket. And the ballots were distributed to the tables routines of two volunteers examine each one Broward County, they're the ones have experienced numerous problems throughout the election. Another other elections, they had the most over votes and under votes of any Florida county almost thirty one thousand can you believe that thirty one thousand. I don't wanna make any disparaging remarks by the folks in Broward County, far be it from me to do that. But why in the world you voting for two people in the same rings, though? I like both of them. Well, you can't like both of them. You got a choice. At a Broward warehouse, dozens of volunteers sitting at folding tables cheered loudly when they were told they had finished the recount this morning and could go home for the day results not immediately announced, and you know, what happened yesterday. They haven't lived the Broward stuff got in like two minutes late to be counted in the machine recount, and so they just took their original count one guy that was at the computer who couldn't quite figure out how to get it in. And it looked like it was you know, he was sitting there right before the deadline and didn't get it in for the deadline. I think uttered. Some experts have been says I've wasted a week of my life. We've been sitting here doing this for a week. And then I'm two minutes late. I don't get it in come on bonehead get somebody at the computer controls, a knows what they're doing contests for governor appeared to be over machine count showing that the Santa's with a large enough advantage over Gillam to avoid a hand recount in the race Gillam who conceded on election night, only to retract his concession later said in a statement that it is not over until every legally casted vote is counted. Earth. Andrew Andrew, you're out there. It's over. It's over go home. Go match your business you lost. Now. They're challenging, of course in Georgia. We're Stacey Abrams can't accept defeat. So her campaign. They're preparing an unprecedented legal challenge. And this governor's race that could leave the state supreme court deciding whether to force another round of voting. So here's the strategy on the Democrats part. They're relying on a statute. That's never been used in such a high stakes contest. It's being discussed as Georgia election officials appear to be on the cusp of certifying Brian Kemp, the Republican is the winner. Top Abrahams advisors were outlining her prospect here perspective case to the Associated Press. They stress that the democrat candidate has not finalized the decision about whether to proceed one state officials certify Kemp as the Victor that could happen as early as tonight. Allegra Lawrence hardy, Abrahams campaign, chairwoman is overseeing a team of almost three dozen lawyers who in the coming days will draft the petition why in the world. Do you need a team of three dozen lawyers to draft a petition good gr-? Just like the Democrats, isn't it? We've got three dozen lawyers. You think three dozen lawyers gonna agree on anything while they're spreading the wealth around you that it gets a little taste. That's right spread some that Soros money. You know, come and get it. Got it. So almost three dozen lawyers are going to be drafting Titian along with the rim of affidavits from voters and would be voters who say they were disenfranchised Abrahams would then decide whether to go to court under the provisions of Georgia election law that allows losing candidates to challenge results based on misconduct fraud or irregularities sufficient to change or place in doubt the results. You know, what's interesting here is we got the mainstream media folks going. What it looks like it looks like the Republicans are steal the election in Georgia. But if of course, Andrew gillum were to win or Nelson were to win in Florida. They didn't steal the election. So we just keep counting. That's what we do. It's we'll be doing Florida. We just keep counting. Well, not Florida Florida because you folks in Florida. No, it's not you. It's Palm Beach and Broward County again again again, again every time I don't know why they can't get it straight. I don't understand it. But I think what's going to happen is by Tuesday. You're going to have Rick Scott as the new Senator of Florida and the sand. This will be the governor of Florida and we'll move on. Of course, they're gonna just they're gonna complain. And they're gonna wind and bellyache when they don't get their way. That's what they do. But we'll see. I just think yesterday, I told you that I thought that it was a wise thing on these mail in ballots to make sure we got that. Right. And the the irony is yesterday when Broward County I don't have the exact exact figures of when Broward County missed the deadline. On what they had done as far as a recount everybody was saying, oh, there's some sort of shenanigan Republicans some shenanigan if they had counted the Broward recount, they'd got it in on time. Rick Scott would have gained seven hundred ninety votes. I believe. So, you know, I don't know what you want them to do. They feel like it shenanigans either way. And everybody's pointing the finger at everybody else talking about shenanigans. Let's just count the flip and vote the legitimate votes. It's going to be interesting to see when we have those four thousand mail in ballots where they said that the signatures didn't match it's going to be interesting to see how many of those they count. I am suggesting to you. The vast majority will not be counted because they're fraudulent. And so if that's the case. At least in that case the system works at least in that case. So we've got to talk about we've also got Julian Assange, they say he's going to be charged by the US, and this was some error a copy and paste era that revealed that we'll tell you about that too Pelosi. She may be challenged for speaker all sorts of good stuff out there. I mean, it's it's again, a target rich.
Flu season nears: Brown County health officials urge adults, kids to get shots now
"Kids, especially don't like them. According to a new study, here's CBS's Matt Pfeiffer is your child afraid of the doctor you and they are not alone. That number one reason that kids were afraid of going to the doctor was a fear of getting a shot Syra Clark with Mott's children's hospital at the university of Michigan says based on responses have more than seven hundred parents who have kids two to five years old half are afraid of walking into the DOC's office, small number of cases, parents like cancel or delay. A doctor's appointment altogether. At this age. That's a really bad idea. She says regular checkups are important and one way to get them in offer them a treat afterward. Wait a minute.
"syra" Discussed on This American Life
"He their podcast listeners start today. I want to again, say a word about the new season of cereal because it is finally out episodes one and two, and if you haven't heard it yet, I just want to recommend it to you again the season. They have stories. They collected a year at one courthouse episode. Two is when my favorites of this new season in the opening scene of this episode, a judge sentences somebody to probation. And then he tells the guy that he'll consider it a violation of his probation. If he has another child out of wedlock, which nobody in the courtroom points out is totally unconstitutional. Like if he followed that through and put the guy in prison for having another child, that is one hundred percent against the law. He gives to other people that same sentence that day. And that's, that's one of the things that this series does. So, well, it takes things that you kind of sort of know like we all know that when you tried for a crime, what's going to happen to you? It depends a lot on which judge you get right. This episode shows how far that can go in the most visceral way like they're seeing after seeing of this. Judge saying things to defendants that are shocking and hard to hear and doing some things that are profoundly disturbing. The ambition of this season of cereal is to take us into ordinary courtrooms in ordinary cases and show what goes on day in and day out to people who go through the system and it is fair minded. It is deeply reported. It is one gripping story after another, and it just shows so much. It feels like cereals for season, but with the have to say much greater ambition, just trying to describe so much more of the world and of what happens in our courts and hearing these stories, somebody who makes radio stories, I will say, in all honesty, it is so bring to be in the same businesses Syra Kanungu like her ability to tackle stories that involve dozens of people with conflicting accounts and motivations. And then she sorts through those were such clarity and such good judgment. And then parse out the evidence of point by point if you've heard Syria, know what I'm talking about for us to judge for our. Selves..
"syra" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Here on the show a little walk down memory lane? The voice of Chris Perkins. My colleague back in the days when I was reading about LeBron. I I went into Miami or five four dot com at the time, and one of the very nice people who were down there pulled me aside and said, hey, man, like been critical of the brand the first few weeks. We don't do that here. We're really nice and the at you and doesn't like you. And you won't be one of the cool guys. My God never been cool, and I'm gonna crush all your rules, and I'm not gonna lie. So Pat Riley won't growl at me, right? It's school. Oh memory lane. All right. Eight five five two one two four CBS is the phone number love to hear from your Twitter. Sports writer, sports REIT are Syra Kovacs executive producer, and Tom Di Benedetto, associate producer, and Tom whose last name is D Benedito has just asked us. So many times says live, by the way to create a segment and keep doing it based on his name. And so we will we have it's time. I love this segment. It depends. Let's find out what's on producer Tom's mind. It's time for. What's up? What's up? Fellas has gone. Hey river this. Yeah. Do you want? It. You want a leadoff tonight. Sure. I will start it off. Is it a good idea on talk like a pirate day talk? I can pirate. Apparently since the Bill is really impressed by my pirate. But I don't know. I think it depends on whether you have a good pirate impression. I think mine's perfectly average. But apparently, it's the best on the show. So I. Tom talk like a pirate. Okay. Here's a reluctant but deep down your notes, right? Tom, if you're a I don't know a head coach, and you have a quarterback you're committed to but you're being told you should commit to another quarterback. You shouldn't juggle two quarterbacks at one. Yes. Should you in that situation? Be a quarterback monogamous or is it okay? When you're trying to like succeed. In the NFL to try out different quarterbacks. Even if the quarterback have thinks you're committed them in the long run.
"syra" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"They were discussing DO dead or alive starring Jaime Pressley Holly Valance Syra Carter tasha mountain Devon, a Okey directed by Corey. This is Arnie coz do now playing and now that I have your attention, let me introduce you to the future, which I guess is me Stuart. And this is Justin. Can I ask right off the bat? Why we need abbreviation? And then the actual words of that abbreviation as title shouldn't just be delay, not mentioned delays, dance were dead on arrival. Yeah, I actually thought we were reviewing the Dennis Quaid film from the eighties, which I'd much rather be here to talk about right now. Dennis Quaid, Meg Ryan was that good is better than this. Yeah, to be settled, I guess now welcome back to video games. Another fighting game. One. I'd surprise surprise. Never heard of until I win over to our house to play it last week and you know what I'm going to say. I struggled with this one. I, I actually like fighting games. You know, you hit buttons and you can have some fun punching your friend in a virtual way. I suck at this game. You suck so badly that I literally took my French bulldog and put him on my lap. He was licking my face. I couldn't see the screen I don't want. Yeah, I had such a good time street fighter mortal combat, particularly Tekken because at least half the time you were down on the mat, you know, like I could get killed in there, but no, there was a lot of defense moves. I kept doing this trick where like instead of punching or fighting, I would stand there and talks MAC and after a while this is berry not helpful. I would just. Be like, Zach is in this movie all that had nothing to back it up while you punched me dead or alive was a different kind of fighting game in that punching isn't always the best thing to do is specially as you get more into the sequels you can actually counter the punch and hurt the person throwing the punch. It's focusing a lot more on holds and on throws as says, I was doing a lot of close combat fighting. I had a real good time that day. Fighting games after feeling pretty bad tech, and you were kind of beating me up a little and I'm like, this is not making me feel good. I'm the gamer here and you're at least fifty fifty. If not a little up on me. I think I was a little up on you, but yeah, we switch over to dead or alive and I was dead, never alive. I don't think I won one single game. You picked up on what took me probably be few years to pick up on. Because in hindsight, I've always looked at DO a series as that fighting game for hardcore gamers because they know what they're doing. Like you said, Tekken and street fighters kind of fun because you can pick it up and have a few fights and put it down. You don't have to know the moves. But if you do helps out a little bit delay, I always got my ass kicked and I never had fun playing it. So I just refused even pay attention to the property moving forward in the late nineties. Yeah, I agree. It sucked. And I was like, this is even thing. No one likes to lose. I had not played DO way until I sat down with you..
"syra" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"He's Bill writer and people can't stop listening first off I'd like to say it's my pleasure to be. On. Hold for. As long as, you, need, because that, just, means, I. Get to hear rider than you before anybody, each later than you with Bill Reiter. Welcome back the show eight five five two one two four, CBS we're talking about Bill Belichick and Tom Brady and your perspective on the. Grill thing and. Because look when you, were on, the, show, your family You, know, Tom Di, Benedetto, family Syra Kovacs family even though, they're gone James ward that includes like family and the trace, Ryan Hicky, Hicky three his girlfriend Lawrence listening, and, the invitation, is really their floor and. Wants to call in eight five five two. One two, four CBS after we talk some Tom Brady we could just do like a little you know cute I about the trace because it's part of the show we know where he's near the show Lauren. Eight. Five five. Two one two, four, CBS, or if, you're, not, and. You could just call in and talk to us about you know the patriots like. John in Texas John what's up you're on CBS sports radio You know I'm I'm definitely not a Tom Brady, apologists, Dallas, Cowboys, fan, diehard, you know. Being here in Texas and I'm, not coming from from that side of. Being a, sombre. Apologised whatsoever but I mean the guy he was talking to Aston three different questions related to, it, each, time, you, could definitely, tell, Tom was like not not wanting, to talk about it and they're digging in so I mean, if you're, there a forty you gotta you, gotta, expect to, get hung up on me If I'm out at. The mall and some guys talking to me and I don't want him to you know sell me something that. A kiosk and, it keeps pushing pushing pushing, by I'm. Gonna walk off just that's just what I do I agree dude yeah I'm not mad at Tom. Brady. For hanging up at all at all I just think it's in, digger right I just think it's indicative of how much bothers him about, sensitive topic it. Is look you, ask about his wife or his kids like happened before that really it didn't happen before somebody made, a joke, about his his son and then he brought it up in hung up. On a different show but that absolutely but to me Career as. A football story hey Tom, how do you feel. About receiving core gadgets lost, another guy a retirement injury you got four receivers, enter on the roster going to hang up on that tells you that's a sensitive topic hey Tom running Gainesville inconsistent consistent you got a lot of different. Guys in the backyard who who do you think it'd be the guy I don't wanna talk about Guerrero's and football sorry I'm not mad at for hanging up I'm. Actually not sure I'm bears to say this but I'll admit this I as a. Even today and I love the time that I used to but I can remember being a, weekend, radio host and book in my own guess and how obnoxious I found it. When people wouldn't get. Back. To, me and so, I try, to say, yes to every radio it and I. Write back, every. Producer, and I don't say yes to all of them like I used to. And the only time I've ever. Hung? Up on an interview in my life ever I've had guys be rude. To me is, when I have said that Mike nine times like hey it's writer. Not. Reader right in the host will be like a Bill reader that's, boggle all smile whatever hey I'm on Twitter sportswriter over you know every, time I go. Back on that Show and the third. Or fourth time they say my name wrong again I do I just hang up maybe that's my hang up I've done it twice in my career I'm not mad. At somebody bringing up on a radio host but I do think that the issue. Here is that this is a sensitive subject for Tom Brady which tells me that whatever possible, problem, Guerrero represents or or just is has not gone away eight five five two. One two four CBS. Is. The, phone number Jackson, and South. Carolina thanks, for listening you're on CBS sports radio What, about Say that I don't know if your, whole thing Alex Guerrero is. Really gonna turn out to be that big of. A deal. I'm interesting Tom. Brady uses wait gives way you know the whole re radio versus. Belichick thing but, I mean In the. In the indulge This'll be that big of a deal and it's Tom Brady's career in the patriots dominant I don't think that Alex rarely is, going to have that much. To, do with, it and I hope you're, right? I I read I enjoyed as a conversation right and maybe it's because I've, been heavily influenced by watching, sneaky Pete on Amazon I'm and I'm being. Serious but Guerrero and his approach to alternative medicine Has encountered some problems in sanctioning by the. FTC there are some people who believe that he is more con man then savior of, the human body at a. Later, age and, so I don't know Alex, Guerrero? And maybe he is so cutting edge at the FTC and the government and, a lot of people just, missed his genius I find hard to believe But there. Is the possibility that he's A con man there is a. Possibility that is great skills ingratiate himself if the powerful and, he's done that with Tom Brady man that guy introduced in the New England Patriots way is a story and a problem and good for that. Radio station to ask him about it If this were some possible alleged Comment and he had ingratiated himself LeBron James and LeBron. Took him from team to team it'd be a major story on the UB asked about it if the Yankees had one of their stars who felt like, they had to have this guy. It would be a massive story I know Tom Brady feels like he's immune from criticism and the standards that. Are supposed to come with fairplay I understand that he thinks that. Deflating footballs isn't a big deal and if it is he'll just throw the guys under the bus that. Used to do it for him I understand he comes from a call to New England that's the greatest of all time. At least in the modern football but it skirted a broken the. Rules to do it and I also understand he has an earned Tom Brady the benefit of the doubt What do we know we know Belgium banished the guy we know Brady got reversed we know it's a sensitive topic for. The greatest quarterback of. All time we know that this. Body guru, who's a business partner. And close friend of, Tom Brady's has been sanctioned in the past by the government, for, claiming among, other things that he was a doctor when. He was in fact not these are. Real problem. I think it's a bigger story I mean. I certainly New England they're talking, about it but Brady.
AT, State Department and President Trump discussed on Jeff Ward and Ed Clements
"Said he believes North Korea. Has not taken the steps, necessary to denuclearize today's State Department briefing spokesperson Heather Nauert said department continues to, believe that Kimmel honor his pledge to denuclearize Kim made a. Commitment to President Trump on June the twelfth. He said that he would denuclearize his country the secretary has, had subsequent conversations as has the State Department and we do not believe. That that position has changed in any way the government says a judge ignored common sense when he allowed a merger of AT and t. and Time Warner to, go through in a seventy three page. Brief the DOJ claims the ruling, by judge Richard Leon was. Clearly erroneous saying ignored fundamental principles of economics the government says the combined AT and t. and Time Warner would give the company the power to suppress competition, in a statement Dallas-based AT and t. says there is. Nothing in that brief That should disturb. The original decision Robert Wood NewsRadio KLBJ attorney. General Ken Paxton announced today one hundred ten million dollar settlement. With pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca over the company's false and misleading marketing of antipsychotic. Drugs Syra quill and the statin drug Kress store in violation of Texas Medicaid fraud Prevention Act the state says AstraZeneca said the two drugs were safe for certain, populations and Medicaid but they were.
"syra" Discussed on /Film Daily
"And as the has it, that's sort of immediacy, I think, looking for and that's work. Oh, that's good. Okay. I was worried that like devil in the White City might have been a one and done kind of thing. And if all of his works where more along the lines of thunderstruck than I probably wasn't going to dig into more of his stuff, but it's good that you have a positive recommendation for some of his other things. So I, it's one of those books that like a style of book that you probably need to throw in a couple of other things in the rotation before you just immediately jump into another one, but I may have to check that out in like a few months once I've gotten through some other fiction and things like that, but but yeah, what was that called again? In the garden of beasts his it was his follow up to. I believe in. I think it's because what kind what you just said is the story of a family watching fascism rise around them. Then story of a city being changed while Syra killer socks streets. Those are sort of immediate concepts that even though we can understand even in the abstract way. So even we dive into the history like we're on board the entire way, whereas thunderstruck sounds like it's a lot of stuff is hard for us to parse from doesn't eighteen. Yeah, for sure. All right. So I just wrote that down. Thank you in the garden of peace, Jacob. What have you been reading? I started reading a book picked up at comic con. It's now available everybody though it's a go team venture the art and making of the venture brothers. This is a show that I've been Washington to start airing two thousand four, and I'll get to the show itself in a little bit because I've been visiting about I was booked for seconds. This book raises the bar for any any other art making of books I've ever seen it is incredibly thick. It is very large. It is ways a lot is a subject not quite comfortable book, but close enough and having art from the show's earliest creation has everything episode including sketches and concept art, and it has acuity a interview that runs the entire expansion. Two series between the creators and the author of the book. So you're getting information literally on every single episode of the show where the creators discussed every episode episode episode art piece by piece. It is a daunting read. It is huge because his shows but on for six seasons. Now seventh begins soon, but I've never seen a book that's more comprehensive. I've read so many art of books, somebody making books. I've never seen one that combine them and made pretty much the essential Thome like you. There's nothing you can't learn from this book about the making of this show it dots. Everything else I've ever seen. It's it's only forty bucks darkhorse ten to have really good fair prices for their for their hardcovers like this. Like put the legend of Zelda encyclopedias series. Recently was also all forty bucks each, but you're getting like an incredible product for forty dollars. And if you're a fan, the show this thing is absolute mess by. I've never even heard of like a book that we're every episode of a TV show is touched on in such a detailed way. That's that's nuts. That's like unprecedented, I think. Yeah, and I and it's and it's so cool. I think a lot of has due to the fact that this is the show that has a tiny crew mean two guys right dragnet at the whole show animate the whole show with the smallest tiny, tiny crew. So I think it's such a passion project that they're willing to put the time to do this. Because if this is like a major major show on a major network instead of, you know, airing late night on adult swim, then I think maybe there will be more restrictions, but this feels like they have so much to say in the rate of share it. But I'm also. I've been reading through my unread comic book stack, which is increasingly huge as I get sidetracked by work by John. I read about issues. I read while my wife's downtown, I read about three feet worth of comics. Perspective. So real quickly I want to throw at them stuff. I've been reading new that I don't think I've talked about on the show very often or on the site very often..
Man, 77, set blaze to lure firefighters, shot one dead, police say
"Andrew spencer reports police say seventy seven year old thomas kim set the fire then when firefighters arrived to help him opened fire fire police say kim shot three people including fire captain dave rosa who did not survive the forty five year old father of two had been with the long beach fire department for seventeen years firefighter own nist oh torres was also shot is expected to make a full recovery kim has been charged with murder arson and two counts of attempted murder police are still trying to figure out the motive i'm andrew spencer wall street took a big hit monday after iconic american brand harley davidson said it's moving some jobs outside the country to avoid financial blow back from a growing tariff war tariffs expected the cost the company up to one hundred million dollars per year dow fell three hundred twenty eight points over trade concerns was going to be a big problem for thousands of voters today as they head to the polls in maryland syra crawford explains as many as eighty thousand voters weather fill out provisional bell is in the state's primary election due to a computer glitch then number four times higher than what officials announced over the weekend the problem reportedly happened when maryland's motor vehicle administration install new software in april two thousand seventeen that failed to transfer information for voters who changed their address or party affiliation meantime some voters want answers curious as to who dropped the ball on that while others worry about what it can mean for turnout as crazy 'cause a lot who are gonna miss it you're not going to vote is going to be a problem i'm sierra crawford in california the governor has declared a state of emergency north of san francisco because of a wildfire that's raged across nearly.
"syra" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"Up okay all right she is twenty coasters sell them to his chief oh boy i can't believe they yeah maybe five seventy six seventy seven ten is the number to call give us a call here at religion on the line french officials say the russianborn man who attacked five people in central paris with a knife last night had no police record and didn't know his victims correspondent jim bittermann in paris says this is now a terrorism investigation according to the police sources is at the attacker came at some by he managed to kill one of the passersby and seriously wounded to and more lightly wounded another two and then police responded apparently very quickly and were able to kill him at least ten people have been killed and forty wounded after suicide bombers targeted three christian churches in syra by indonesia this morning and police are now saying a mother and father and their five children took part in the attacks and president trump on twitter yesterday said north korea's announcement that it will dismantle its nuclear test site later this month is a quote very smart move on christopher cruise easy tv's vyborg cast temperatures to start your sunday and mother's day very mild out there.
"syra" Discussed on Happy Hour
"That it's like if you it's like chinese whispers implementation of the ten one yeah it was nice it is responsive is knows fluid exactly expected gig would kinda you kinda hear about it and you'll like china recreate a an you can't quite match it you know and and they even like a new trend on like bengalis iphones or vessels phones or phones with with with less basil and then the phone they showed what does that pixel two or what was it to you but to sizes picks to you and the smaller one has massive pezzo starbucks those right that's what used yeah so it wasn't quite the best dema phony there but the thing that if you falling along on twitter you know or watching yourself and the thing that that that was not in that category of leg ogle take on this was the assistant stuff which history here is like you know google like really good voice search is part of android when when apple had voice assistant as part of a west and and you could do things like open apps i think or it was pretty limited but you could you could call people but back when i long time ago used android phones i would often use the google voice search to begin navigation like say hold a button or whatever it was and say navigate to address or business or something and there was like the thing as a lot and then iphone i don't know what we could do that or not but then syra came about and it was like a lot more stuff was like way ahead of the competitors in that space and then he was taking giggle hot in terms of like voice keywords and into the series the first managing conversational you know you're kind of took into a hof real passan personality and it was conversational it was more natural less.
"syra" Discussed on KPAM 860
"To you and talking about investing in your health thank you check so like i was saying i was talking a little bit about pfc and so you know what does pfc every three look like that's what i'm sure everybody's wondering i want we want to reprogram metabolism so pfc is very simple and i'm gonna say it again it's not easy it's simple and it's doable and you know an example of it would be eggs for pro team and fat actually because of the yoke the yoke is your fat and apple is your car so that would be a meal chicken as your protein olive oil to cook with it or coconut oil to cook with it would be your fat and sweet potato would be your carbs and veggies could be your free food so that would be another example turkey and avocado and fruit would be another example so this is just example of how to eat pfc every three to stabilize your blood sugar and this will help you get into to that homeless spaces and become a fatburning machine so i just wanted to give a few examples of that and also like to give a shout out to syra kayla she is beyond all that i have on my website right now that has done really well with the program and on my website i have lots of testimonies that just show how this plan work website.
"syra" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Seven both losing their identities the air forecasts for the next twenty four hours viking north sierra south syra northwesterly northerly five to seven perhaps scare late later in south sierra occasional rain good occasionally moderates forties cromartie fourth northeast four or five backing north west five or six showers later good tine delgada northeast backing north four or five increasing six at times showers later good fisher normally five to seven perhaps scale eight later fair good german bites east backing north four or five occasionally six later mainly biscay northwesterly five at first in north otherwise cyclonic becoming northeasterly later six eight occasionally survey gal nine i in east or thunder showers good occasionally poor fitzroy normally five to seven occasionally gates also vaghel nine in east rain or fundraiser showers good occasionally poor so northeasterly five to seven occasionally galata later i in east decreasing four later in west occasional rain good occasionally moderate lundy fastnet irish sea eastern northeast six or seven decreasing four or five later occasionally gal later i in lundy rain snow at first moderates or good occasionally very poor at first shannon northeast five or six veering east four wintry showers good occasionally poor rocco mallon east five or six becoming variable full fare.