23 Burst results for "Syra"

"syra" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"syra" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"With you all. Yes, I thought you might be different. Spit out the fucking seats. Perhaps his side. They take a short rest to work. That's fine. I'm just not going to waste the seed. I think I'm just like, look, Kane, I have to tell you, Syrians is currently inhabiting my best girlhood friend's body. I can not make a pledge. I will not lie to you that I am not going there to fucking protect her and that is who I fucking care about. I don't care about this blade shit. I don't care about all this fucking ideology. I care about irina, Henry, Zürich, Philip, Sprite, sporty, and book fun. Okay, put it on a fucking shirt. I held my breath while she said boonie. He smirks. And he goes, finally, some fucking honesty from a blade. I'll tell you what. We can do this right now. And I'll just swing my scath. And we'll see who's got the most left in the tank. Or do you give me one of those seeds? And we have a fair fight. Or we take out here a D.C. and serene aces together. But I ain't letting those gods command us anymore. I look to Henry and Zürich because I know I'm speaking from what personal to me and I'm letting them know if you need to tackle me, tackle me. And I say, look, you don't understand. I don't know where to serene is begins in arena ends. Syra nieces is just off the fucking table for me. Sometimes things have to collide for progress to be made. There needs to be a catalyst there needs to be explosions for growth to occur. And I've talked with enough people in my life whose minds can't be changed, and I know they're not worth dealing with. As art gives them the seed. He takes the seed, message true that I'm going to tell you something..

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"syra" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"syra" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"It's the same morning. Okay so listen to what. I'm saying this because there is a new aspect of you in the present moment so that could be a new relationship. It could be aware something in the relationship has shifted but there's something very different about right now than they normally has been in the relationship departments. I'm going crazy. Well i was gonna say. I'm gonna stop you but you're not talking about stopping. Then firmament the card. Sandra needs to be right and sometimes we say subconsciously in unhealthy toxic situation. Because we know we're right in fact the more that we're in the situation the more we are flipping validated but it is crazy and look me surviving and it is not an it is not an. There's nothing then at some point. The people around us say win. Are you going to realize that it's nuts. What are we trying to validate. What do we need it because you know at the end of the day. We are the only one that could make changes and we could totally come up with really good reasons why we're not ready but then syra says this is a figurative. The you're receiving you know. I hear you desperately telling me crane. Please please please. I add this. I feel alive. I could read. I could feel my soul and my body and spirit goes. But i can't get you to let go of the very things that are robbing your body from your soul. You know we we invite the enemy in. We complained that we live on a very strong. You know we function on a very dysfunctional vibration after a while. It's exhausting and then we get pissed off because our readings don't change you know if we don't do things different your message just going to be the same. There are people. Eleven years. I've worked with and they're still getting the same message is played. Come on but you have to understand that. God still never going to leave you. You can't get it wrong. 'cause we're never going to get it done so you could sit in this relationship for a long time. I honestly that his could go on. But you guys are asking you. Why do you want to go on like the honest with yourself. I want it to go on because financially. i'm not ready. I'm trying to get my ducks in a row. Then your guys they get them in a row your ducts show up and then one finds ebay and then one fine tonge ninety nine cents section. You know they're like your thoughts are wandering so if we're going to say the spirit here's why making decision says i just want to be clear with yourself that this is why you're doing it..

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"syra" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"syra" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Hey everybody is is. Fountain bookstore on crack at name is kelly justice and i am your host evening. I am so excited to a. b. I'm excited to be a member of the audience night. you know. that's what i'm excited about. I'm getting a bookseller for thirty one years. And one of the blessings of by job the great things about this job. I get to do something that. I love every day with the things that i love the of course. Everybody's fixing the world that are speakers. You know the books that i love and people that allow friends at the audience new friends in the audience as well and for all over the world and what a what a wonderful you know super serious garbage dumpster fire stuff going on for months and months and months now and But some good things with of commoditised ability to gather from all over the world to to share stories and mba together. Maybe with people who wouldn't have had a chance to be with so i'm gonna get our authors on screen. There's going to be a program for a while then there's gonna be a q. And a. if you're unfamiliar with crowd casts. There is a ask a question but it might be there depending bending kind device you're using and when we get to. Qna input your questions in there or you can put them into chat. And i will move them on over into the ask a question thing and it can stop weight and they'll get answered and will try to get to everybody i. I know we're all excited. this was. This event was suggested by corey. Doctor of his ben to found bookstore in person Which doesn't it's not. Fergus is my house And he's been there in in person as our guests are to others tonight. Syra gaily and check wedneday. Google only met on twitter of both of them may or may not have been able to ever get out there. They're here nine here for you so Hope you ready for a wonderful conversation and hope everybody's had a chance to get in so here. we go. I'm going to bring our guest tonight. A faira.

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"syra" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"syra" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"World so they wanted me to put their app on my phone. Give it access to gps. So they could verify that. I was where. I said that i was or whatever some sort of some sort of security features supposedly and he would need to present your location sign up for a frigging account. Well you do once you get to a certain point on a page. Apparently so they said this is our new rule. You've got to put the app in and you've got to verify your location on like well. I don't want to log back into facebook but you know at that time. I hadn't quite determined what to do with the account but not use it like all right. Well i guess. I could just try this and see if i can so what i did was. I downloaded the app. When in verify the location and then uninstalled the app from the phone right two days late so made the thing. Go away right. Two days later. I got another notice saying you. Need to make sure your. Gps verified so they want it not just to verify my location one time but they wanted me to constantly have their phone and that was that was it. I was like okay. that's it. I'm deactivating my account. I'm not gonna put there. Because i hadn't had their app on my phone for years to this. You know that. That's a big few book that that's when i was like okay deactivated. I won't. I won't say my pet name for zuckerberg but it doesn't rhyme with zucker take z. Out and put a f- in front of this if you wanna play the game at home. I figured that i never. I never call him by the name ever except here on free. Talk live when. I can't say hi to call so so that was that was the final straw for me. Yeah i don't blame you. And i remain on there because i did the music thing for so long. There's a bunch of people that you got on there. Because of the music thing the parody thing as well and then of course the freedom thing And still to this day while there seems to be now especially post-election. There seems to be more folks moving to me we. There's a new newer social media. That i'm i don't remember the name. I hope all of them fail new. Social media's yeah all of them they're all centralized well even like mastodon and lasted on nuts. Central i mean you're talking about are just other companies trying to say. Oh we're better than facebook. Yeah for now well. I don't know that anybody is better because well everybody's still at facebook not everybody well. A large majority of the people who participate in social media are still on facebook. Unfortunately but i'm waiting. I'm waiting for the next exodus. When is the next thing better than facebook. Gonna come along and everybody moved to that and i hope that it is decentralized that is my hope but we had been talking about bitcoin and all of the news surrounding that and you had something else about bitcoin. Something about square. Yeah well actually not just square but also pay pals you know pay pal just recently announced that they're going to be selling or accepting bitcoin for payments earlier. What i heard there was some sort of caveat with paper where like it was a one way street like to caveat. Is you can't withdraw the bitcoin. While that you in there while you're gonna keep your keys for now at least that maybe they're gonna change that in the future but they're not your keys not your money. That's right listeners. If you don't know this phrase learn it repeat after me not your keys your money. So according to the story here square sold a record one hundred and sixty thousand bitcoin in just quarter three of twenty twenty as it stands consumer demand for bitcoin is now far outstripping new supply from bitcoin mining bitcoin mining We talk more about exactly how that works without getting tech. Yeah but there's a reduced number of bitcoin that gets mined over time. 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If social media giants collaborate, can they wrestle down COVID-19 misinformation?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:18 min | 2 years ago

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. 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"syra" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"syra" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"The amazement art Uh for his kids to be at never even them. Wait a minute I I've been putting my sperm in that lady. Maybe that baby is my baby because they never suggest 'cause obviously it's meant to imply that she had a kid with A. Syra would like you know he she you know got some sperm somewhere but we never hear about a Mr Madeline and we never hear that she got a procedure. Done honestly the idea. That kid isn't his which is utterly ridiculous. It is utterly ridiculous. That kid is not as good so they were to you. That kid is alive and homeland or is just a moron. I think homeland is GonNa get this. Come up and why I think they're gonNA give a redemption art to do. The deep deep is GonNa die. That's fine but he's GonNa kill homeland or is he's killing in. You know what I think is going to happen because now now that we're talking about it. I'm realizing that Home Lander has just Gained an ally that is maybe just as strong as him in his son. So now we're going to have to by two home lenders. So what I could see dealing maybe killing baby homeland or you know Teenage homeland well except that it might become a threat homeland. Her A has a mop homeland or has a mom. Right shoulder wasn't raised in a little steel box. And so if we take Vogel Vogel bombs words about if you raise the kid with their mom they become cruel in months in. Oh Oh so you think he just because it's his father won't he be wowed and want to do whatever his father does or his father this whole time. Well that's true but he did when they when they when he tells them. Hey I'm your dad. And his eyes flashed the look on him. It's like Oh my God. My Dad's here. It wasn't a new with my laser is is.

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Minnesotans in the mix at UN climate summit in Madrid

Climate Cast

03:54 min | 2 years ago

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

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"syra" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Awareness, campaign about alert driving featuring the children of Cal. Trans workers couch spokesperson Tammy McGowan says the nine million dollar be work zone. Alert campaign will showcase the kids on new billboards radio spots, and allnight advertisements over the next three years. It's really important that people understand that, that these are human beings who are out there, working on the road sometimes inches away from traffic that is flying by since the department began tracking on the job fatalities. One hundred eighty nine people have died while working on California roadways. A new survey from AAA shows nearly fifteen million people reported driving within one hour after using marijuana in the last thirty days marijuana users who drive high are twice as likely to be involved in a crash and most said it was unlikely they'd get caught while driving high. He can McGaw is news ninety three point one KFI. K now traffic and weather together. Traffic center worked night and plastic. Again, I eighty the offramp Syra called boulevard, eastbound eighty s closed until six AM for the paving grinding operations that includes alternating link closures on eastbound eighty from Syrah college boulevard, east Penn road, through seven AM westbound altered, England closures east of penman road to Sierra college boulevard through six AM, and this year college boulevard on ramp to eighty westbound is closed until six AM eastbound eighty heading up into the foothills and the rest area closure, the gold run rest area closed until six thirty the evening of June twenty-first traffic on the tens every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons news, ninety three point one. K. F. B. K. Tonight with a low of sixty degrees. Tomorrow mostly sunny, high ninety one.

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"syra" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"The high testosterone goes for high estrogen and vice versa. So my boyfriend and I are both high dopamine works, fine. He's tossed room and I'm highest-rated that also works. Fine. He lo- builder. Yes. But not quite as low as me. So is that a little bit of conflict? We laugh we laugh our heads of he wants. We had this thing about pot. I mean this three parts in his kitchen. Right. And I was cleaning out the and I put it here and he wanted here. Okay. He's a little OCD. I'm happy to put that part, they're fine with me. I I mean I can overlook the putt. You know, and so we laugh about it. But maybe somebody else if I was a builder, I might poject go here. You know. So the bottom line is we're both mentally flexible. We both laugh about it. And I put the part where he wants it. Has he had kids before? Yes. And he's got one child in the jazz. Very high serotonin. It's amazing. You know, an egg sperm, you can get about eight million different combinations, so too high dopamine parents might have a very high serotonin child. So it's funny when I wrote that book why him why her explaining all this, my editor called me, and he said, you know, Helen just read the, the version, and he said, I finally understand my son because the editor was very high dopamine. High explorer, and the sun was very high Syra Tonen traditional conventional and the editor was, oh, let's go out and take a long, walk to such and such, and the boy would say, I don't feel like it and there was one time. Apparently, they they it was after five o'clock, it was getting dark, and, and, and he wanted to take the child into a playground child was about nine years old, and the child who was very high Sierra Tonen, Villoria said, are you sure we're supposed to be here in this playground? So what's valuable about this shows up early? Yes, it does. And what's so interesting about it is that, you know, I don't believe in the golden rule anymore do unto others as you would have done unto yourself doing to others as they would have done unto themselves, and then you can reach into their mind and win. Yeah. Tree people. So you need when you're talking about. To be a builder. Become you got to be a builder. Be like water. Like Bruce Lee said, yeah. Be like water. Stay said water takes if he put it in a bowl. It takes the shape of a bowl, if put it in a tall glass. That's wonderful. And I always say with personality types, we all have even if you're a strong this, or that I'm Jay or builder director, we have strengths, but we have all facets of our personalities so you can bring out that late and part of yourself. There's a part of me that's still a builder and me too. But, you know, we can't do it forever though, what it does is. It's tiring. Yes. I mean that's the big to it's timing. In fact, I made a speech at this women on this, and the women came up to Mavericks. He said, you know, Helen, she said, I she, she said, I'm very successful businesswoman, and during the day, I'm, you know, I'm high testosterone. And I'm getting it done and analytical and logical indirect decisive tough. And I married a man who wanted me to be a little puff ball. And you know, serve the potato chips end Sunday to is is game day and this and that she said I could do it. I was exhausted. Yeah. And after several years of marrying him shoot voiced them it's hard to act out of character. We can do it. And we do it all the time. Some people are better at it than others. Estrogens pretty good at it. We are very good at running right around the high testosterone because we can we can be quite manipulative. But you said it's tiring. So if you're not using the post office, or you already are both group of entrepreneurs should be using stamps dot com..

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Retail Sales Notch Higher for Third Straight Month

WSJ What's News

02:25 min | 3 years ago

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.

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"syra" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So, for example, if you can't mesylate fully, which is adding a carbon hydrogen to police, then hands off to be twelve and then mentally to be twelve actually runs into your whole detox pathway and it runs into all your neural transmitters in your brain. So whether that endorphin dopamine serotonin all of this is affected by methylation, and it's a major. So. If you don't know you're under methylated. That's huge. All the treatments you want. It's not gonna be enough to make a difference. I mean, this can actually this actually goes into our vaccine conversation, because if, if a child is under meth later, there's gotta be a test for babies to determine whether or not, they can meth late a vaccine before they are vaccinated that should be absolutely standard. Protocol is baby should be tested for their ability to detoxify four. Any vaccine is given. Don't you agree? Definitely. All the tested for this. And although the story is not simple. It turns out, it turns out to be quite complicated because it's in the biochemistry is very difficult for, for even well trained people, and we just don't know enough, if you are not methylated, you would think by taking methylated b twelve or meth later, full late, you can solve your problem, and it doesn't always work. We've actually had cases where people were. So there's there's a hidden problem in their lease. So we don't know what that is. But a good number of people improve also interesting. And this is where it's going to go is there's bacteria probably bacteria that actually will meth late your b twelve in your late for you. And there's populations around the pet planet. And there's the one group Syra Lenka where they were studied because they're all messages, they're absolutely healthy. And fine. It turns out the probiotic bacteria were little be twelve athlete. It'd be twelve factories. So there's an interplay with your by m- here that, that we don't really understand completely. We don't understand the pathways. But that's that would be one thing I would say you need to be tested for fascinating. So it's really this is just a, a whole point of understanding what methylation is. Yes. We're just at the infancy of that. We've had enough success with giving people methylated beach. What's interesting is someone taking b twelve or taking full late. And it's not methylated and they're under meth later, it actually makes them worse, because they get toxic levels, because they can't process vitamins because they never move on the pathway. Those people get quite sick from b twelve and let's methylated and even amount to be done very carefully. So that's one thing you know, to test for yourself. The other d three level. Yeah, almost all the, the chronic pain patients that came to were very deficient in Detroit. And it's very confusing out there how much the take when to take. There's been a concerted effort, the last two years has been dozens of articles in the US, Canada and the UK on the evils of the tree, which was extraordinarily because between myself and my colleagues, we've probably prescribe over ten thousand people treat not one of us have ever seen the side effects ever, not one mile is a bad thought affects, listen, we've never seen it and, like, go get tested. The second thing is the amount..

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Trade war heightens as U.S. raises tariffs on Chinese goods

Rick and Bubba Show

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

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

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"syra" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"syra" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I don't think there was a foul ball back behind the screen, but we were ready and and John brought him milk carton because he heard your podcast last week where the Dominican Republicans didn't have clubs and only use Mark milk cartons. And he he was going to try it. He had him carton. But we had no opportunities. Straight straight behind the play can get you sometime you you're usually better off. It takes perfect behind the diet over the twenty two rose twenty one rows behind the middle of the dugout. Here's what I really believe this. It's better now to get seats right behind, you know, off to the left to the dugout down in third base line or off to the right of the dugout. You know, don't worry about foul balls. Just worry about out in the outfield that doesn't count. It does not count. Doesn't count. It doesn't count. We're here in Phoenix for their. They're fooling with rules. And that is a role that was just passed. I'll let you didn't get it. But it's a running off the field with a ball. And they're looking no. Do you jump up and you wave your arms, and I talk about I got a. I got a kid. Jackie six years old guy. Take a ball back to it works every time. Jim I'm not going with the foul all anymore. I'm going with that technique. So disappointed. Thought I was talking to a purist. You know, it's been a Chirad these last fifty five years I was at a game Diamondbacks. Giants with Sarah. I had gotten a foul ball. I had got one legit. I minute it came back. And I was in a perfect kind of the end of the dugout just past maybe five rose up on the I'll work my way. Got into the aisle caught legit. And then. Stuck it up in the air raised it around at the whole the whole thing sat down and then a kid behind me maybe about ten or eleven year old kid, Mr. Khan. I have the ball. I turn around and go no get your own bowl. And he was one of those kids that you're talking about right now. There was in the good seats. You know, they just kind of off the elbow of the of the end of the dugout where the outfielders second basement come in. And would sometimes toss the ball. Just like you're talking about. He was in one of those seats, and they were all begging every time somebody would come off him and some of his friends, and I had been watching it. And it was I was disgusted and. They hadn't gotten a ball. And he was in right after I told him. No, he, you know, he asked again, and please, please, sir. Please. Mr. can I have the ball? I'm like, no. You can't have the ball. Stop. The fans kinda get on. No, no, Sarah, Sarah, Sarah. Sarah got Omni Syra goes jammies. He's just a little kid giving the ball, sir. I caught this. Yeah. I don't eat cases. Give the ball away. As y'all give him the ball. So find them at long story short after a couple of days of the kid. Prod me and Sarah telling me to give the kid the ball. I pop him the ball back. And you know, what he does he turns? He turns around his brand or his brother and goes, it's the fourth one. I got this week. Sarah. Collusion's. Yeah. I looked at Sarah, Sarah. You're right. I go see what was I telling you rich kid with good seats. You know, he's he's doing your technique of begging for balls. Now. If I convinced you that that's not does not legit way to get a ball game..

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"syra" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"syra" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on KPCC

"Organic formats thirty five millimeter. To give you an organic feel of this place and the relationship that the way you people have with it. This film is set in a very isolated corner of Columbia, and yet when you come with a movie like this to tell you right, there are people like Damian Chazelle who made landed I man, we were talking about how much they love your movie yoga's Lanta MOS who made the favorite is talking about your movie. What is it like to be able to show your movie, not just to the audience, but other filmmakers who respect your work so much? It means a lot for us. I think this is. A beautiful and wonderful place to start the life of the film here in the US. We wanted bigger audiences hero outside for us is the most important thing is tell the history about what happens there from our point of view within that a history of the narcotraffic from Columbia has been told from outside. And we think that this film brings another point of view and a point of view from as we were more like a protagonist of this problem in the world. So it's important for us to bring this history. The y you people are historically cut off from kind of modern Columbia, and the telling of your film, the most modern things they encounter almost weapons. Have you had a chance to bring your film back to the Y you people because you cast a lot of why you people who are not professional actors as actors in this film. And if you've taken it to them, what was that experience? Like we had the commitment that they were going to be the first ones to see it in Columbia. So the premier was there we had a premier under the stars. And the biggest town that they have in Scott would he be? There was a wonderful evening. A big screen, and we had like four hundred seats, but more like two thousand people showed up from the children to the elderly and everyone brought seats from their home. And there was no light no liquidity that night. So the only light was coming from the screen. It was really, and and they were really embrace the film that really loved the film. They of course, it reminded them of many things of this period where they were just so happy and proud to be able to see their own language on screen their own culture. The. Beautiful costumes amazing. They they are. And and they were really happy. And they were also, you know, they were getting many things in the film that the only they can really understand, you know, the bird will show up. They wouldn't exactly what it would mean. They were laughing all the time with the film. They were constantly embarked with film, and it was just one of the best screenings that we have had Syra interesting. I thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you more during the day. Should thank you. Yes. It's been wonderful experience. And we're looking forward to setting the film with all of American audiences..

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"syra" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The company said it announcement on Facebook. The notes said that miss the continent died, December ninth. In an affidavit is widow Jennifer wrote that her husband had run the business from encrypted laptop working mostly out of their home. In Fall River Nova Scotia, she did not know the password recovery ki ki and could not find them written down anywhere, despite repeated diligent searches. She also hired an expert to find the crypto currency and cold wallet stored offline with little success. Well, other crypto exchanges have lost their clients money. The surpassed to be the first one of the Senate actually lost the keys to its accounts. Then there's some talk the death came at a very odd time in the history of the company. Eamon Syra a professor Cornell University, he noted that various online sluice has been searching the blockchain alleged that can be updated by decentralize that works for evidence aware quadrant. Gert store its assets. But found none which raised red flags. So the wonder is was all this money stolen. Now, my whole family. Has Crohn's disease. Illness. I think I've heard people died from it. I don't know if that's awesome. But that's not the story here. The story is that. It's called plain vanilla. I've always been amazed. How people go outside the box in their investing. And I don't know if you know this but in order to buy this crypto crap. You gotta go through some things. And I don't know what's the outcome of this. I don't know whether this was a complete rip. I gather we'll find out in time. It's seems suspicious. But what do I know? But it's just a great lesson on a bubble. That we noted for you. Back in December of last last year. And. I think we saved a lot of money for a lot of people. As most coins are down in the nineties if not more. The bitcoin. The only reason it's not even lower is because it's held by a few hands. And they can't sell they'll kill each other. Fortunately, there's still a bunch of crooks. That are out there touting you on this crap. But just. A word to the wise. Plain vanilla. That's all. And by the way, there's a lot of this going down. There's a lot of this going down. I told you so often about these calls every day. I get these calls at my office on all this suspect S. And I mean suspect Bs. And these people get you on the phone, and I play with them because I just want to hear what they have to say. And it's just scam after scam after scam after scam. And what they do is they go to the hot area and try to sell you on that area. And for a long time. I was getting nothing but calls on the coins. Well, I'm not getting calls on coins much anymore. I'm getting fifteen calls a week. On oil. They all have oil wells. And I think I've gotten a thousand calls and by the way, that's not I don't exaggerate. I I think I've got a thousand calls just on oil wells. And all s I ask them all the same thing. Where exactly is it. How many do you have? And then I start using lingo on oil and most of them don't even know the lingo. So they're hanging up on me there. Every one of them are scammers. And I've even tried to talk to some of them. I sang listen, you gotta do this your whole life. Because all you're doing is called up people and trying to rip them off their hard earned money. I've had people laugh on the other side of the phone because they know they've been caught. Isn't there? Anything else you can do. And some of them are such good salesman. I tell them you can sell something else. One ear and out the other. So I'm just letting you know, hopefully, they find this. But I doubt it did. And it just spells bad. It's smells bad. Plain vanilla kids. I've seen too many disasters. I've seen too many people get crazy. Go crazy. And ended up burying themselves. So if in fact, this is true. It's probably one hundred fifty to two hundred and fifty million dollars a crypto. That's. Never to be found. It's like the Titanic. Well, how long did it take the fine that? Amelia, Earhart still hasn't been found. So again. Plain vanilla. And if it's too good. And I know this is a cliche. Than it is to good. And it's a lie. Full-bodied rats. I can't help myself. We'll spend a few minutes on Elizabeth Warren. I told you so thanks for being here. I'm gary..

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"syra" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:58 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The company said it announcement on Facebook the note said that miss the continent died, December ninth. In an affidavit is widow, Jennifer. Wrote that her husband had run the business from an encrypted laptop working mostly out of their home. In Fall River Nova Scotia, she did not know the password recovery ki ki and could not find them written down anywhere, despite repeated indulgent searches. She also hired an expert to find the crypto currency and cold wallets stored offline with little success. While other crypto exchanges have lost their clients money. This appears to be the first one actually lost the keys to its accounts. Then there's some talk the death came at a very odd time in the history of the company. Eamon Syra a professor Cornell University, he noted that various online sluice has been searching the blockchain alleged that can be updated by decentralized networks for evidence aware quadrant. Gert store and its assets. But it found none which raised red flags. So the wonder is was all this money stolen. Now, my whole family. Has Crohn's disease. It's a debilitating illness. I think I've heard people died from it. I don't know if that's awesome. But that's not the story here. The story is that. It's called plain vanilla. I've always been amazed. How people go outside the box in their investing. And I don't know if you know this but in order to buy this crypto crap. He got to go through some things. And I don't know what's the outcome of this. I don't know whether this is a complete rip. I gather we'll find out in time. It's it's seem suspicious. But what do I know? But it's just a great lesson on a bubble. That we noted for you. Back in December of last last year. And. I think we saved a lot of money for a lot of people. As most coins are down in the nineties if not more. The bitcoin. The only reason it's not even lower is because it's held by a few hands. And they can't sell they'll kill each other. Fortunately, there's still a bunch of crooks. That are out there touting you on this crap. But just. A word to the wise. Plain vanilla. That's all. And by the way, there's a lot of this going down. There's a lot of this going down. I told you so often about these calls every day. I get these calls at my office on all this suspect B S. And I mean suspect Bs. And these people get you on the phone, and I play with them because I just want to hear what they have to say. And it's just scam after scam after scam after them. Then what they do is they go to the hot area and try to sell you on that area. And for a long time. I was getting nothing but calls. On the coins? Well, I'm not getting calls on coins much anymore. I'm getting fifteen calls a week. On oil. They all have oil wells. And I think I've gotten a thousand calls and by the way, that's not I don't exaggerate. I I think I've got a thousand calls just on oil wells. And I all asked I asked him all the same thing. Where exactly is it. How many do you have? And then I start using lingo on oil and most of them don't even know the lingo. So they're hanging up on me. There. Every one of them are scammers. And I've even tried to talk to some of them are saying, listen, you gotta do this your whole life. Because all you do it is called up people and trying to rip them off of their heart or money. I've had people laugh on the other side of the phone because they know they've been caught. Isn't there? Anything else you can do. And some of them are such good salesman. I tell you can sell something else. Money out the other. So I'm just letting you know, hopefully, they find this. But I doubt it did. And it just smells bad, smells, bad. Plain vanilla kids. I've seen too many disasters. I've seen too many people get crazy. Go crazy. Burying themselves. So if in fact, this is true. Probably one hundred fifty to two hundred and fifty million dollars a crypto. That's. Fouled. It's like the Titanic. Well, how long did it take the fine that? Amelia, Earhart still hasn't been found. So again. Plain vanilla. And if it's too good. And I know this is a cliche. That it is too. Good. And it's a lie..

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"syra" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"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..

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"syra" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Go check it out right now. It's the coffee really is terrific. Okay. So here's the correction that was appended by the New York Times article on Paul Manafort is the correction put out today. Full twenty four hours later there were three different authors on this New York Times piece suggesting that Paul Manafort, President Trump's campaign manager had funneled polling data to a Russian connected. Oligarch to funnel to the Russian government. Well, turns out not so much. According to the New York Times in their correction. A previous version of this article misidentified, the people to whom Paul Manafort wants at Russia associates send polling data, Mr. Manafort one data center to Ukrainian oligarchs Syra. We have Leah botch skin and Rinat Akhmetov, not Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch close to the Kremlin seems like kind of a major correction, right? Turns out that that Manafort didn't necessarily want to coordinate with people who are in the Russian government. He wanted to coordinate instead with these two Ukrainian guards or not actually close to the Kremlin. So that kind of cuts against the collusion stuff. But that doesn't stop the Democrats from claiming that collusion has been found. Now, the Muller investigation is apparently drawing close to an end rod Rosenstein, who is the acting attorney general or deputy attorney general that was his role under Jeff Sessions. He says he's gonna leave pretty soon, but he's not going to leave before the Muller investigation is over. There was report today that Rudy Giuliani is. About what comes out in the mullahs report, I'm content to wait and see what the information is. And then react accordingly. Democrats, however are not here's a democratic congressman's yesterday suggesting that Paul Manafort, obviously colluded with the Russians which means that Trump colluded with the Russians which means that Trump is guilty of collusion and should be held in prison for treason or some such nonsense. Here's Denny heck from Washington state. This is a little bit of Ken coming on a crime.

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"syra" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"syra" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Child back in the arms of his emotional. Mom, hugging him tight unle would have earlier Monday night, providence. Police say the five year old boy was in the back of a BMW stolen from the street. According to police the suspect took off with the five year old in the car pulling on my driveway earlier. And then I see a whole bunch of cops in front of what was going on minutes later around six the BMW is found near Potters avenue and integrate Avs, the suspect was not inside. But the little boy was police say he was unharmed in the backseat. It's crazy child in a car. Why would anybody do that? That's my thing. Evans lives near where the car was stolen from. Billy see things like that here after spending time with relatives. The boy was checked down an ambulance then given back to his family, the stolen BMW is now being looked at by police police say when it pulled up to a house on them would have the driver got out leaving a sixteen year old inside with the child. Please. Tell eyewitness news the sixteen year old got out to say hi to someone nearby. And that's when the suspect got in and drove off with the young boy still inside. And once again, so far no arrests have been made. And this is still under investigation. Syra Cowburn of I witness news new laws rang in with the new year yesterday, Patrick Anderson and Kathy Greg of the Providence Journal, the statehouse bureau said most of the new laws came out of bills passed in two thousand eighteen but a few did come packaged in recent budgets that stretched back as far as two thousand sixteen highest-profile forty cent. Minimum wage increase to ten dollars and fifty cents an hour in two thousand nineteen that height part of a two step minimum wage increase in the state's two thousand seven. Eighteen budget that brought the lowest legal hourly wage in the state up from nine dollars and sixty cents an hour last year, two ten ten two thousand eighteen another new law requiring all schools both public and private to have carbon monoxide detectors that was largely spurred by a series of closures and illnesses at Cranston, high school east some of.

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AT, State Department and President Trump discussed on Jeff Ward and Ed Clements

Jeff Ward and Ed Clements

01:18 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Man, 77, set blaze to lure firefighters, shot one dead, police say

Doug Stephan

01:41 min | 4 years ago

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.

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