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"tio" Discussed on KOMO
"More than 30 RVs and even a school bus parked along Ensign road here, the city total a four RVs and one person drove away on their own. The hospital estimates that nearly 80 people had been living here. Social workers and other city crews are offering to help people move their things and our directing them to a tiny home village where we've learned 21 people from this camp have now accepted shelter. We spoke with one man who's been living in his RV here for a few years that longtime resident says moving every day would be too expensive because of gas prices. I can't afford that. That's where I live. It's one of my, like my two boys live with me. I have two dogs. Jackie cat, come on ears. Washington governor Jay inslee is praising Europe's Nordic nations for supporting Ukraine in its war against Russia since he spoke during a trade mission to Norway. I just came from actually a demonstration outside where we're staying here with our demonstrating every day to support Ukrainian. The fact that Northern Europe is willing to do that to me is very inspiring. Earlier today, president Joe Biden condemned Russia in a speech before the United Nations General Assembly. Washington state employees could receive a bonus for receiving a COVID booster shot, northwest news radio's Cathy O'Shea explains, under a tentative agreement between the state and the largest union representing state workers, those who received the booster shot would receive a $1000 bonus. The Seattle times reports the deal also includes a 4% pay raise in 2023, and a $1000 retention bonus for current employees who remain employed on July 1st, 2023. The agreement must still be approved by both sides. Kathy O'Shea, northwest news radio. School bus driver shortages were happening well before the pandemic, but many older drivers left their jobs over concern about COVID and two years later the ever Herald reports many districts are still struggling. Bus driver shortages cause a domino effect when a driver calls in sick and there's no sub to fill in, somebody from the transportation office may end up filling in, and then someone from administration has to cover at the transportation center. The daily Herald reports that is true for several districts in snohomish county, Lakewood started the school year with enough staff to cover its 20 bus routes, but they have no subs to fill in. In Michael tio, the school district's director of transportation says they would ideally have 96 main drivers and 15 to 20 subs, right now they've got 7 routes without a main driver, and just a few substitutes. Many districts are offering signing bonuses to lure drivers. That's northwest news radio is carling Johnson. Let's add to the Beacon plumbing sports desk. We do that at ten or
"tio" Discussed on KOMO
"240th street behind the lows about 6 30 this morning, no update on the injured person's condition. While warmer temperatures are driving people to the water and that is not always a good mix, como force Michelle Esteban on the water rescue on the north sound. We're working to learn the condition of a woman pulled from the puget sound and muckle tio after three 40 this in police responded to reports of a distressed woman in the water. They say before officers got their good samaritans helped bring her to shore at this point, all we know is that she was treated at the scene and taken to the hospital. That is como force Michelle Esteban in Chilean county sheriff's deputies tell us they've recovered the body of a kayaker who disappeared on the little Wenatchee river northwest of leavenworth, 22 year old William Henry was last seen on June 25th on the river with a partner who told authorities the two were separated when they ran into rough water and went over the waterfall. That area is known for fast moving water steep embankments and thick brush. While the violence continues to escalate into coma. Police say officers found a woman shot and unresponsive sitting in the driver's seat of a car, they began CPR and other lifesaving measures, but they were not able to save her, detectives are investigating this as a homicide. Meanwhile, just a few miles away from there, in South Dakota, officers checked out a shooting call on sell 36th street around midnight. Police say someone opened fire at a home hitting at several times, a bullet hit a 44 year old woman inside medics took her to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. We don't have any information on the suspected shooter or a possible vehicle description. That is como four's Lee stole. It is 5 four 34 time now for traffic on the fours. We give it to you every ten minutes from the dubin law group traffic center and Evan Smith. Northbound 99 just south of the first avenue bridge there is now a collision that is taking up a single right lane to assistance is already on scene to help out with that. We're not seeing much of a slowdown thankfully you do to that collision. There is a bit of slowing those still on southbound 5 due to an early collision as you make away through Marysville down to the trestle and Everett. Self I've also slowing off and on from before the ship canal bridge to downtown, also slowing northbound from the albro Kirk to the downtown area, all directions of four O 5 also slowing before you get to new castle and you're on your brakes pretty heavy still in northbound 5 between Olympia and JB LM, our next traffic is at four 44. And time now for your northwest weather forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center. Lots of sunshine throughout the afternoon and our temperatures, they're going to be the low to mid 80s in our warmest spots and get ready to really heat things up for the work week ahead. Sunshine wall to wall on through the workweek and temperatures climbing
"tio" Discussed on KOMO
"The water, having fun. All sounds like a great idea until something goes wrong. A water rescue yesterday on the north south. We're working to learn the condition of a woman pulled from the puget sound and muckle tio after three 40 this in police responded to reports of a distressed woman in the water. They say before officers got their good samaritans helped bring her to shore at this point, all we know is that she was treated at the scene and taken to the hospital. That is Cuomo force Michelle Esteban. In Chilean county sheriff's deputy, say they have recovered the body of a kayaker who disappeared on the little Wenatchee river northwest of leavenworth, 22 year old William Henry was last seen on June 25th on the river with a partner who told authorities the two got separated in rough water and then went over the waterfall. That area is known for fast moving water steep embankments and thick brush. 6 people are injured following a bus crash on the east side, Saturday. A 25 year old man is in custody, after police say he crashed into a rapid ride bus injuring 6 people, officers tried to pull him over, suspecting DUI right near bell red road in 24th street, but they say he kept going. Bellevue police say instead of pulling over the driver immediately took off and crashed into the bus 5 bus passengers in the driver of the car suffered minor injuries, that driver now booked on suspicion of DUI. The circling back to the heat and the wildfires it's happening across the west and in Utah, climate change, climate change experts say a worsening drought is pushing the great Salt Lake to the brink of an ecological crisis. Nothing
"tio" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Ukrainian officials have not commented on the Russian report Over 1 million bottles of baby formula are on their way to the U.S. President Biden tweeted on Friday saying the first shipment for operation fly formula is coming over the weekend The president says that means up to one and a half million bottles worth of formula will be on American shelves as soon as possible Title 42 is still the law for the time being A Louisiana judge kept his injunction in place preventing its end at least for now Texas governor Greg Abbott called the judge's decision a positive development but said hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants remain at the southern border ready to flood into Texas Brian shook has the latest Abbott said Texas will continue utilizing all available resources and strategies to prevent mass illegal migration including the deployment of the Texas Department of Public Safety and Texas National Guard Had the judges injunction been lifted the Biden administration was expected to end title 42 on Monday I'm Brian shook And California authorities are worried about an invasive specie of worms that can jump a foot into the air The Asian jumping worm is a species native to Japan that found its way to North America back in 2013 and has been confirmed in California Experts are worried because the worms have a big appetite and are known to eat through leaf debris that's home to small animals That's the latest I'm Jim Forbes This is Chicago's progressive truck A 20 a.m. W CPT willow springs An online WCT 8 20 dot com where facts matter You've asked for her now we got her comedian and talk show host patty Vasquez Live every week night from 5 to 6 p.m. And as you would imagine that would mean that folks want to call and join the conversation Driving it all with patty masques We want to be out We want to gather and have a good time On aid 20 Against the grain with rose's siddiqui and tio hardiman That's why people look to me like I was crazy before because I said if we need to make sure it provides young people with bulletproof vests and bulletproof baseball caps in Chicago I don't think that was crazy You're not doing nothing to say their lives At least if they get shot they might survive I think another thing to weigh in with that is you talk about the knife problems There's a lot more intention with that right It's harder to have an innocent bystander with a knife Against the green Sundays three to 4 p.m. only on The old way of living with diabetes is a pain you've got to remember to do your testing and you always need to be sticking your fingers The new way to live your life with diabetes is with a.
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"Soon Oh my God And then he goes on to lie about a hundred Biden every night in porn on his computer and what he disgusting humans they all are Yes Buckley Buckley calls me You're listening The WWC PT 8 20 because facts matter I'm Jessica eddinger CNBC Stocks are higher building on yesterday's relief rally on Wall Street the omicron variant is seen perhaps as not as deadly for vaccinated people as first thought The final read on third quarter productivity came in week this morning after the delta variant soared in part of the quarter Bitcoin hovering around 51,000 this morning as it tries to recover from the weekends flash crash Normally when the Federal Reserve signals that it'll raise interest rates stocks can fall because people are set to move money to save for spots that pay higher interest instead of the risky stock market But this market is shaking off the prospect of higher interest rates Instagram out with new teen safety updates right before its CEO has to testify before Congress About the harm that some say the Facebook owned app does to kids Jessica eddinger CNBC I'm doctor baker Here the CNBC business updates each weekday at 9 30 1230 and four 30 Now your W C PTA 20 Chicago traffic report that reporting delays after 35 minutes on the Union Pacific north line for track repairs The inbound Kennedy delays start around central avenue the trip times coming down It's 30 minutes from O'Hare to downtown 21 from 26 in the express lane they're heavier how about 21 minutes downtown to the airport and about us and Howard it's a little heavy before the tri state 39 three 92 downtown 27 from Wolfe about 25 minutes to three 90 Stevenson 27 minutes on the veterans memorial You saw the Lake shore drop ride 14 minutes to downtown You saw the Lake short drives a little heavy northbound from 18th drive to Monroe south bat Irving park to north avenue I'm Taliban to Listen to the Tom Hartman radio program every weekday from 11 to two right here at 8 20 where facts matter Against the grain with rises siddiqui and tio Hardman That's why people look to me like I was crazy before because I said we need to make sure provide young people with bulletproof vests and bulletproof baseball caps in Chicago I don't think that was crazy You're not doing nothing to say their lives At least if they get shot they might survive I think another thing to weigh in with that is to talk about the knife problems There's a lot more intention with that right It's harder to have an innocent bystander with a knife Against the groom Sunday's three to 4 p.m..
"tio" Discussed on Broken Record
"In the 1970s, bear began making recordings of the music performed in his church. These were sermons he turned into songs that sat around for years until rappers started sampling them in the last decade. People like Kanye West, TI DJ Khaled, Alicia Keys. His song nobody knows was even used in a popular Nike commercial with Steph Curry a couple of years ago. All this recent attention on pastor Tia barrack has culminated in a new box set from the numero group, called I should wear a crown. 39 tracks of his songs and sermons throughout the years. You'll notice in my conversation with tio Barrett, that he's a pastor through and through. You can't help but breach. And in this episode, you'll hear a lot of his trademark aphorisms. You'll also hear about his distant relation to the reverend seal Franklin, and of course his daughter, the great Aretha Franklin. Passer barret and I also talk about how we went from a high school dropout to a community leader. Plus what it was like for him to have his music discovered so publicly after decades. This is broken record. Liner notes for the digital age. I'm Justin Richmond. Here's my conversation with pastor T Albert. We should start from the beginning. You have such a rich fascinating history and the fact that you grew up between queens and Chicago. Can you tell me a little bit about queens and Chicago when you were growing up? Yes. I was born in Jamaica queens, and that was in 1944. So in 1951, my father had a leading to come to Chicago where we had relatives of his his sisters and his brother. And so we moved to Chicago. And that's where he started his ministry. I moved into the Ida B wells projects. And that's where I grew up. And we stayed there until just before my father's passing. And I was 16 years of age. It wasn't a very pleasant period in my life because all of a sudden I was thrust into the mainstream of fending for myself, but I had no kind of financial cushion to fall back on. So when he passed away, shortly after that I was dismissed from the window Phillips high school. And I had barely gotten into high school on a summer school program. And the last thing that the guidance counselor told me, I was leaving out. She said, oh, one more thing to help her. Come back over here. But she shook her well manicured finger in my face and said, I just want you to know you will never, ever. Amount to anything. Well, that really set me on a road for discovering for my recovering. My sister lived at 57th in Indiana. My parents weren't home, and my sister was home. So that was the only place I could go. And so I went to my sister's house, but I made a deal with God. I said God, if you come out of that sky and just get right into my eye, let me have a very personal relationship with you. And let me discover the power of you from inside. I want you to be personal with me. I promise God two things that I would keep my body clean, no drugs, no alcoholic beverages. And I would work to make my mind king since they wouldn't educate not educate myself. So I walked from 39th in Indiana to 57th in Indiana. Well, fast forward to today, I am sitting in a $1 million plus edifice that I and my congregation, erected in 1982, but guess where it sits, Justin? It sits on the corner of 55th and Indiana, which means I walked across this street. When I was 16 years old, with an ache in my heart, but it determination in my soul that lady said about me. Her negative prognostication would not become a positive fact to me. Today I owned this corner. My name is on the street sign for 6 blocks from 55th and Lafayette, which is where my old church was to 55th in Indiana. It's called TL Barrett boulevard. So after my father died, I went back to New York. And that's where I got my education. I went to the New York State board of regents after cramming, studying, then they gave me my high school diploma. But then I came back to Chicago. Because I wanted to find that lady and make her aware of how wrong she was. Did you ever come across that guidance counselor again? You know what? For years, I was on the radio. And for years, I would send her invitations to come to my church. 'cause I had a seat reserved for her. I invited her to come to my home 'cause I had a guest room. Reserve. But I found out from some others that she did hear me, but she was too ashamed. To come forward. So I never heard from her again. What was the reason you were kicked out of school? Because I was delinquent. I didn't understand then that my creativity was causing my anxiety. But I didn't understand it then. And I would never do anything that was negatively nefarious. In study hall, I would get my trio and we'd go behind the curtains in the assembly. And we would start playing music and have the whole assembly rocking. And that gets suspended for things like that. So now, the reason why I'm telling you all of this is to show you that some of my music was born out of that pathos. That I lived through. I felt like I was like a ship. Without a sail. And that's a pitiful thing because ships have cargo. Valuable cargo. I felt that I had some valuable cargo that could make an impressive contribution. To the building of a greater society. But I didn't have a sale. But I found myself. So the song says, but I know we can make it. I know we can take it. And no matter what burdens I want us, I know we can shake it because we are like ships. Don't ever forget that you're like a ship you have cargo. You have valuable cargo. And then when.
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"That but hey we hold irony. We would like to be able to make a living you know. We're not even a big company. So you know. I am i am. Ceo is okay with that. I mean he did the interview with us right so anyway. Tesla is going to open the controversy or false. Self-driving beta software to owners with good driving records the latest beta version of tesla's fall self-driving software wellbeing more widely available starting on the twenty fourth of september owners. Who paid for fasd will be offered access to. The beta drivers. Who want to participate. Needs to get tesla's insurance calculator access to their driving behavior. Data does update enables automated driving on highways and city streets and to level two driver assisted system so drivers still have to pay attention and have control of the vehicle at all times. I think this is a good idea. I mean i think. I might have missed the podcast before but if if i ever got self driving car i probably wouldn't pay that much attention. Any other saying like yeah. You should pay attention to take your hands off the wheel this and that but yeah. I think it's just kinda like it's almost like cellphones. People say like oh. Don't use your cell phone. The internet don't you this and that while you're driving people do it all the time but you have self driving cars in some ways. They'll be safer at the same time. You may not be as safe you never know until it fully implemented but right right. Yeah i what it wants to be falling asleep at the we all honestly even if it self driving I know people that have done that. I mean i have another personal people have done that but yeah i want to do it. I just thought of something though. Yeah sean i say like oh. You shouldn't be free in assault driving car. You got to be paying attention on trying to implement like self-driving like like they're trying to automate like truck rideshare services like that. Yeah i mean. That's kind of like a disconnect there right it's like someone's someone's paying attention self driving vehicles that no one's aboard then what's going on with that. Yeah well i think the celts beat vehicles that no one's aboard that's like probably in somewhat distant future right now. Those other self driving vehicles generally require someone to be attending the vehicle. Yeah i gotcha. Yeah so maybe farther down the road. That's where a that comes in. You know they already got like automated pizza delivery bots. Have you seen that. I've i've heard about them timeline. By haven't seen any around here not around here but they're starting to roll him out. Okay i guess different markets than where we live at all right sir. Today's last story. There's a new video game that's been designed to improve your mental health. Do a game developed by mit's affective computing group. Call the guardians unite. The realms has been designed with the purpose of improving the mental health of its users. The new app which is available for free on both ios and android is similar to other mosser collecting games. Just poke monitor. Jim on the main difference is with the guardians that the only way to advance in the game is actually put the game down and complete real life tasks oh interesting. These tasks are meant to improve the overall mental state of players. Examples of these tasks include exercises like walking outside as well as artistic tests which is drawing a picture positive experiences such as these scientifically proven techniques for treating mental issues such as depression. The guardians has found moderate success showing a fifteen day retention rate of ten percent thirty days retention rate of six point six percent figures as the guardian has shown double the retention rate of most other mental health apps. Usa satistics also indicate that people utilize the apple performa beneficial task on fifty nine percent of the days that they play in order to unlock in game reward. This higher figure than the sixty percent of days that uses of other apps will watch an ad in order to earn similar to ones. Okay so i play video games to escape reality and this is a video game that makes me do things in reality and now i'm going into a deep depression because of that well. The video game has failed jaw picture. I'm just joking. i think it's a good idea. Actually you know very different idea buzz idea. Actually i've i've downloaded app. It was similar to this earlier this year. i think and it was. I forgot what it was called but basically kind of like Like dungeon crawler type rpg and the way is meant to it's called habita- that was it. That's designed to help you develop good habits. We'll just like this one. this is obviously. It's based on the honor system like if you really want to eat game. Oh yeah drew a picture award. But you know it's the attica game. It wasn't really the game itself. Wasn't that fun by. Basically you know you go around and in a you attack things and then but your health is based on when you do good habits the at to make your own list of habits. So let's say you wanna take a walk okay. We'll assign like a star rating to that habit. So it'd you wanna force something that's really important that you wanna do or stop doing then say a cigarette that could be a four star thing anytime you smoke a cigarette. That's like a four star negative effect and then humans points. Because of that. So i guess it kind of game a fis you try to like i said i guess better yourself by developing good habits and trying to eliminate bad habits but i said the game itself was super fun but it was so i don't know why you would try and cheat. That game played this other game the guardians but you know it seems at least more of a storyline in this one. I'm not really sure. Yeah i think this is a good idea especially you know in today's modern society. Fbi people are aging younger. They grew up playing video games. So this is something that kind of help to you. Know to try and bridge the gap between that and maybe try and promote good mental health or promoting. Good habits like i said before. Yeah totally that sounds like a great idea. I do like so yeah. that's awesome. I have nothing else to add. Antonio you have anything to add before we go now. I'm good all right. This has been joey k. Goal sarah. You've been listening to joe. Always totally tech your tech podcast and we well catch lia next time at addio.
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"The websites But there's also like Odyssey formerly library and then like a d two dime aware of for those who wanted that. But i know they're not trade free. Yeah desperate your google. Google has many sick disease dry. Your let's talk about the search engine itself. I yeah to create a search engine. Is this detectives that we talked about our picked up their roper. Alternative stand built from scratch to create a search engine is a hell of a job because you really need a lot of data to begin. There is one called mosiuoa. I think something like that from. Uk is a non for profit that they do it but our recommend circus which is not quite an alternative an interface between you and the other exchanges sark's is really great it can uses. It can use the so many other exchanges from dr the go-to google to being into one and such images on on bittorrent searches. It's usually daily. We have an instance of two really great harvey. You spell that one deaf said m. o. j. and then e or something mode cheek emoji is good for me and the second one. Because i wasn't totally sure about that. Either circus circus. We have it in tom that you just great. I'm telling you an ice. Write the books. So i have to such a lot. I know you did linked to the Sergeant and i needed to take a look at that again. So i've mestalla good Let's see so yes alternatives. As far as google drive goes. Yeah next cloud. I think is a great thing. Because it's it's even betting accident and google drive. I used to drive for a while. The one that we provide next cloud instance so you can host the files there. Of course you can preview them. And but what. Google drive was good at was the document and google docs where you can collaborate with others and right documents of and we have something that could be better. 'cause we have only office integrated with the next cloud. So you can edit pretty much any document you want. Then invite others to edit with you and gave you afford lots of tools there in inex- cloud the only downside of course is the story space we provide gigabytes for free but If you want to extend it you can attach an external hard drive from somewhere else. But that's kind of google. You cannot put up with google. They will provide a lot more study space. Yeah church but intensified. that thinks. it's okay all right. So google play on android apps store there. Yeah i think everything is the main one people will. we'll talk about every is Anti for the place to kind of computing. At if i use that on my phone than the works quite well all right and it's full of successor okay. Dropbox and other clouds cloud storage services. Depends what you want to use them for. Because next cloud can use explicit like next drip cloud alternative. We have another run called lafayette. I think is called his french but Well our website is that that the f. means that you can drop a file daring. Send it to wherever you want to say that. By the way everything that we have is pretty much everything sin corrupted including next cloud so i cannot message their files even i who celebrex quite secure. Okay adobe creative suite included photoshop straighter and other popular software. Within the sweep. Depends i mean for a video editor. Kate and live is something that i used a lot. And i i create now commenting kitten. Live these two terabytes in size in terms of project hells which is massive and will be many hours long. So kidding live. I was safer for video. Editing creator photo. Editing on the show tells cer i love both krisha in gump is also yes. Yeah let's see Let's see this one is kind of silly one. Tedtalk gift you know. There are many instances of all of yup definitely on netflix. Disney plus amazon prime easy. I mean if you. I'm not sure people make some of these things a legal of course. Of course things like popcorn time that access everything you want. I would say going dot com. If you want to see some really great documentaries are free and you can dig them from from the battalion but the battalion network. You're probably all right instagram. Yeah it's a great alternative called pixel. Fed is on the verge so he connects with coins to pick to does the beauty of it. Everything is going to be connected with. Just it looks exactly instagram buddies. Citrate for you can even start on your server. Spotify should one application on a list of text stop called the nuclear player nuclei put. The name is like the bomb the new year nuclear player and you can find the stems from youtube and some clouds and other sources. But this is like a. It's a player. It's your player. Is quite fisher feature inch and you have access to much any song you want to. Because the he's massive in his he's free. I also have a website called music. Wave dot com. That's also seem to these. Have a few hundreds of users there. Okay how 'bout soundcloud or bank. Here are some tips on the federal works. I'm not sure i remember now. The names of them but there for sure like almost copycats of those websites if you go if you search for that like federated or the defensive works in some kind of thing tentative you'll find you'll find that for sure Let's see of course. We talked about browsers a bitch. A such as a chrome an obvious would be fire. Fox any other browsers. He liked that we knew. Commanding are jared dot com slash apps. There are a few of them. We don't actually recommend fact fox because of out of the box. Five fox is full of hatton in august. Few there are few like known web is one dog. Run franken from katie. I think there are a few. That are quite good. And bright. And i'll say to me okay Pro tools within a pro tools at like audio production software. This is not an area where i know much. I'll depression but however we have a lot of trade free tools owner tony jarrett. You should search because we made the search quite quite good. I think if you ask you put.
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"We use friendly of facebook and picked of youtube next cloud instead of google. Docs on and we customize them and do some custom setups for them and make sure that everything works very well. you know. it's not as easy as it sounds. just take the opus called. Other neurons secondary. It's a. it's quite a bit of work. Definitely i took a look at trump jaro lennox which you have on One of your websites. Of course it's based on man jaro. That's what i run on my desktop computer. I run arco lennox on my laptop right now. both are based on arch lennox. it looks like you've got a great stroh for what tried so far full trade free software included apps to help you with your privacy to like risa vpn and some other great extensions for the fire fox browser to i out a few of a pretty awesome Can you tell us. More about trump. Jaro what are the goals of this operating system and any future plans. You might have for the operate sister. Beat the tell us yes. That's awesome because i really love from jarrow I also use the manjarin and then You know installed kinds of applications like skype. Or maybe i know others like fees that was not free. And i just wanted to make a point with the term jared to say that look we provide rate free applications software from the get go. We don't just say this software is free but collector data is free but he's in trial mode. This is not freely so just to make a point to create the tom jerry but we also put. Is it quite heavily so that even use a browser all most of the tax will be stopped. Most of the ads. You won't have to trade your attention or data so we customize things in a way that you can just use it from the get go. And it is in the end of the day costa customize manjaca but we also have our own. The repository have our packages few packages. We have our own customisations and now we are working for the past several days on testing a new version with the because we based on ghanem our and now we're going to switch to exist see because it's Much lighter environment and we test a lot of a lot of stuff before release is not just we customize it and we put out the test a lot. Hundreds of petitions post them on our website. People can stop them from our website. Just keep the installing. I to make it easier as easy as like my parents could use it actually. I tested it by parents first time. That was my goal. Let's see if you can use it then probably most use skin use it so it's Yeah is there protective from. I would say not trading. You're data and attention mainly to this online world. That is so full of that. I don't think people realize that it's just they collect everything about you. The more you look into it the more you get to be a bit paranoid about postings. It's it's insane. So yeah that's the future plan with from. We want to switch to see. It'd be much faster and It's easy activating so. We are very happy. That's all wrong. Yard like the idea of going to a more lightweight desktop environment myself I partially as tiling window manager. Currently is by three but i used that mainly because i've got carpal tunnel syndrome and i find the mouse less of a lot better on my wrist is so heavy as keyboard sharp shortcuts where everything But anyway that's beside the point How you feel about. I'm sure you heard the news man. Jaro cinnamon team. They recently decided to replace. Fire fox with a volley. A lot of people are upset without particularly because of a volley maybe ninety five percent open source but like five percent of its close source made the the user interface part yeah. I've heard that will fire fox. I mean sources a great idea and it's not a particular idea it depends the more you put it under the microscope the morio gala all kinds of licenses and the some all kinds of rules. The heck is not a black and white. Of course. that's why you have also the free and open source movement now tornado post movement and they say it's a difference there between autumn So open source to have the code of a software open. I think is extremely important but this is important letting us use it in all kinds of ways. Just you can just open it. Don't let us it so fire forks. As far as i know yes yesterday. Do good job with that and Vivaldi seems to be partially good at but fire forks celso injecting all kinds of ads into into users faces. They became worse and worse over time. Over time you had to customize so much remove so many of the tracking actually they have all kinds of trackers and all kinds of ads and they are paid ninety percent of the revenue. I think maybe i'm wrong with something. Huge comes from google to just add their their search-engine into their default section. To say about that. Is it would be good for them to promote oppa softer. I completely agree with that. And i got into a big fight over with with the developers from one giro a few weeks ago over such things as the promoting other. close appplications incentive. Yeah i don't know. I i will not use the preferred oppressors piece of software at the right right So i'm skipping a question. I'm gonna come back to a later but right now i'm going to ask. Is it safe to assume all trade free software is open source as well but not all up at source. Software is necessarily trade free. Yeah that's perfect point actually. Yeah that's because if it's three. I'll say the buddhist simply this is the software you do whatever you want. We don't put in your goals. You don't have to give me anything back for using the distributor meeting it but if it's open source the they will put all kinds of rules and they can say you're only allowed to use it if you you give credit to us or distinct me not that important but they also put some rose there so it's very likely that if something is straight free should be open source because there is no reason for you to keep it closer if just provided for people like you think about this. Why are people making propriety software. You should think in india the opposite way like dating making a proprietary software. Why would you make a piece of software in closed source code. So i'd swansea it because in most cases you want to sell that you want. Don't want others to have access to it. Because they may use it and you will lose your revenue so if you take that away and you can't even make anything out of it if you just offer it. Three three is fairly tila reasons not to open social coat. Does that what what i will say. Okay you've developed other tolls to such as traum news video on the the big farts and map of mafia. Would you like to tell us more about any of those projects or maybe.
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"I it's. it's a bit of a lot of ideas there. But that's the g- message that they are trying to say because effectively with kind of alwin this guy who said realistic care of the poor people indicator community beckoning eighteen hundreds. And instead i pay for everything for you have food. You have whatever place to stay close and so work so you stay here and do whatever you want. And he realizes that people would be kalisz mahal become viral. And so it's a good idea of course to take care of objects and don't ask anything. Basically teak kind of as far as i know invented or he he kicks acted this This kind of special helps from governments. Like whenever i don't have a job you or the got inspired from there. So how do you compare to this idea of socialism. Communism depends what socialists. Machoism east to you. Our character janice compares. I care about what what are talking about. We talk about this care of human beings and let's extend what in our society makes us pollute so much for or be so competitive with each other or create billionaire that you see in the world this equality. That's my focus. Sierra you name it however you want i. I don't like to even compare to those ones because such a misunderstanding. I feel like it's museum. Socialism depends what the extent by that to be honest right. That's a very sensitive. Is there any nation in the wall that you've a cubs close to going trade. Free of the answer's no what country might be the easiest to live. Trade free lifestyle in hawaii is so difficult to even think about that because I mean. I i look in this in terms of putin services and not nations. We are global society right now for example here in europe. It is hard to say. Spain is this and the band francis this because we are so we did connected is so difficult to say but So i came here in. Spain from from romania remains a country in europe. And luckily i was able to come here again. One of the extraordinary services that i benefit here from quite three. I will not call it. One hundred percent world is quite rightly for me is healthcare system. I do not pay anything. I do not have to even taxes. I am unemployed. I all of my life. I focused on this kind of projects and gas reported to the nations. So i i've never had a job yet. I get free access to healthcare completely can go to. The hospital is maintained as they want and they are fortunate to have to go for some of my problems. Fortunately could go in a free manner. Because else i'll have been in a really big travels. So the fact that i have access to bless say trade free healthcare system here mason a lot more relaxed and it makes me needless money in this society so the more access to such trade tweeted is our will have was a human being on this planet the more i can get him forward to create other substitute goods and services and i like to call them like agreeing in a chain if you if you one of such sexiest benefit is healthcare system is like a ring. It's another one that may be free food. And then you put those things together and make like a chain in a way in a visual way so the more you can create the mortgage can free up be pulled from from having to trade in society extent desks what. I'm talking about. Awesome so antonio also asked another question. There are obviously several advantages to a trade free society. What you feel would be the disadvantages to this type of society I mean i'm seeing i'm seeing. There's not a whole lot of disadvantage if you could get this to work but Your thoughts of that difficult. Because that will kind of forced me to accept that i can envision society houses which of society will look like but is so so difficult to change. The korean society i promote is very positive things. But i'm actually could pessimistic to be honest about the future because i can see this world going downhill though. I still start to try to keep myself. Keep doing positive things and but it's so difficult. Joy is crazy very complicated. Species of eight billion people is immense. If you think about billion brains so i do not know. But i know that if you treat each other in a kind way is vague likely that we will see better outcome of behaviors if you look at this organization coralled cute violence instead of going after people who who dole kinds of violent acts and putting them in jail detroit to understand what makes him violent and tried to prevent that they work collecting the us and the some very bad neighborhoods there and had so much success so another example is with drug use of punishing people for using drugs. What if you give them drugs for example but in any they do that in portugal for example they have this kind of clinics or it can going get drugs for free but in low doses. So you won't harm yourself and they use the drug use. So in the same way all say listed of human beings crude we could provide a list their basic needs as a straight free and probably they will be a lot more relaxed. Allow more educated. They could get involved more to all kinds of other traits frequency services. Maybe del kick start something. Definitely all right. So the first side. I found by you was the trump dot t.f site and i found that through I think it was. Oh s king on youtube which i cannot find has youtube channel anymore. I don't know what happened to him. But anyway you post some links to some pretty cold free software alps It looks like it's all open source too and we love to talk about open source software. Here on this podcast. I know you don't develop these but is there anything you'd like. Tell us about these apps that you share trump dot. Yeah absolutely So i got well. You get frustrated with with facebook new. I got banned from facebook for example. A bunch of times for very silly reasons like explain what the viruses or attempt from wikipedia or. I mean something that is completely accessible in in terms of science and so forth but but the thought that is a bit extreme because he not the the ban all kinds of if you say covert or vaccine or if you say anything even if you don't tire don't post pigazia forever. May so. I got frustrated and i said let's let's make alternative for this. Of course cannot build them. Luckily this open source. World allows you to use other people's work and that's fantastic hitting so. We managed to install a bunch of such services the alternatives to facebook to youtube to google drive and google. Docs we have a lot. There are lots of services there so we also used them. We gave up youtube. Give up used to facebook..
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"Was getting about this This is not the company organization who was creating the most advanced. Ron's back into two thousand thirteen or fourteen wrote in a book about them. It was purely based on volunteer. They creating that. They'll open source hardware and the software of course it couldn't produce them but to produce them whoever could use them they could take blueprint basically. It's very difficult of course to start in must produce all kinds of goods and services but to give you one last example of producing them. Maybe we should redistribute them because we have currently in the world detroit. Thirty two almost fifty percent of all edible food that's insane electronic so much. It's it's crazy if you look at an burst. Wait so what if you make some apps where people can use them very easily and and check them. I have a friend who made the shelby that work. For example he labeled it a straight free where people can share their goods so data. Lots of examples like that. Yeah that's awesome. I mean i'm a big fan of like low cost computers like the raspberry pi for example. And that's gotten into like many third world countries but trade free stuff. I think that could get so much more hands on those countries exactly and if it really think about the fact that we throw a so much on abundance of stuff already then. We don't even need to produce many of those electronics or even fruits. Clothes is like leaving spain. And and every time i see well every time. Let's see once a month once every few months besides the garbage bins here. You seem plastic bags. Lots of hundreds of clothes be. We've when we took for brunch good clouds people. Just leave them there. Because you don't know what to do with them is so much of this stuff. What if we distribute them in this fashion it free if you want. I just put trade there to make sure that people aren't extended idea of like. Don't ask anything for what you're doing totally i mean. I think that's great idea right there for chore. Another question of practicality roads buildings require manual labor. something. I personally don't care to really do and probably something that i can't even physically did because of my on disabilities in the first place but i know a lot of people have no interest in doing that type of job or even more certain maintenance jobs like dealing with waste in a free society. How does that type of work get done this type of thing. That could be automated. Humans don't even have to worry about that kind of work. It's very difficult to imagine. Of course how different society will look like. I can only Talk about current examples in. Today's society is very difficult to to even afford do any kind of volunteer work. Because you really need to have a job and make your grant and so forth. But if people have more and more free time than i'm sure you will find the motivation to engage in all kinds of such activities that are So many examples of people doing all kinds of not only dirty work but extremely dangerous. This this grouping syria called white helmets the risk their lives to save civilians from all kinds of from attacks on the garment in this war area can go there and die if those people can give their lives for such a 'cause i'm sure they'll be so many people who will know do this kind of so called dirty work and if we won't have enough of such people of course. Can you imagine that many jobs can be automated from three d. printing to we have a book about the all about automation. We go into all kinds of areas of home building and and the sexiest. And how you how painting can Most dematerialize from or checks because you make the digital and when you make some digital have the blueprint then you can print the same blueprint in different parts of the world. We seal up in turks so there are many many answer to that question. I don't know exactly what's the How such a society will look like. I emphasize me times. That i don't want to pretend that i know how future will look like because no one will know. I'm just saying that. Maybe we should be better with each other. Help charge human beings and understand what makes others too bad things in our world put simply. I agree with you there. I'm kind of reminded. I don't know if you've watched star trek at all. I'm a big star trek fan. Yeah i didn't. I didn't quite but i mean they're society for the most part if you watch star trek. They don't have money all the work they do is to better themselves and to advance knowledge. You know that's what they do. That'd be great through. That was waiting to know that. I don't just work for to buy a new tv work to improve society. I think that's such a great feeling. Yeah of course it was an alien race. Called the falcons had to kind of introduce that idea to the humans and star trek But we don't have that in reality as far as we know but anyway antonio of course he's the co host not able to make for this interview though he asked. What do you feel are the similarities differences between the concept of a trade free society and other economic concepts like communism or socialism I was is about that too. And i said okay. I want to write the book about about this topic because I won't understand whenever i write a book. I don't write it to just write the book to understand the topic much better. I take time and take a year for me to finish a book. And i looked at this idea. And it's it's a big milan extending in today's society. When people co- ages ideas like communism socialism. They become this political madness almost like the usa. I know that is a big fear of this words. Communism and socialism calmness but here especially. It's like i think a lot of ideas. i have personally myself. People consider of socialism here in america. Technically they're not but people feel they are yes. I was curious to ask what these people talking about. So i i went to the root of it. I started to read the boat from karl marx and engels owen who started socialism so the core ideas were quite okay like they said we should take off each other we should we should not only they will say they'll say something like that that we should maybe commonly own the resources and maybe use money as as a mean to access services..
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"So this is joey k. Goal and you're listening to. Joey's totally tech your tech podcast today. I'm interviewing the individual. Who kick started an idea known as trade free Your name is teo. I didn't get a last name as their last. Maybe wanted share. Just go by. I can just go back and just go by problem How you doing today. great excellent. yeah. I'm looking forward to your interview. Yeah definitely i'm glad to have you on here Just exploring some new ideas that maybe sub people haven't even talked about before you know thought about rather so Could you start out by telling us. What exactly is this idea of. Trade free sure. Yeah we'll try. It could be admitted to compress everything in a few minutes It took me some to to create to create his idea basically because they've started with the a few books of work but Let me try to put in a simple way. It's almost like saying something money freeze so you don't ask money from someone say you have a piece of software and you just give it to other money freeze you. Don't give me any money and give it to you. Well the more. I i in the stood about what money is and i wrote a book about that. Another book that i realized that money's stugotz of trade basically give i give you this to give me. That does how our society the core of our society is built upon. And you will see this in the online world actually that mutated in a bit over strange way because he's not on money anymore online in many cases about data attention so a look at facebook. People think physically three and two. They're right it's money free but it's not three three three your data and your attention to facebook to clear up that that's kind of missing extending by saying something straight phoenix purely free in that guys. I don't want anything from you. And providing you deserve is will be an nutshell. They jason for pretty free germany. Three if you one right. Yeah as they often say what many of these free services out there when you're not paying for the product you often for the product and i know that's not the case with trade free software or ally the open source software out there but with like safi facebook or google too often. I feel that's the case. You are the product. Yeah absolutely. I think people don't quite understand the business model of these companies. They think that they are free. But they're not a toll fee like your. You're updating your attention. Can be as valuable as your money because when you go into a supermarket you accept the fact that you take some products from doug and they will ask you for money door right. You accept that but on facebook. It's a bit Is quite hidden you. You just accept the tanks in conditions and you just go ahead written account. You don't understand that. If you read the terms and conditions facebook going to grab your data is going to sell it to us eating all kinds of ways you put into your face the want your attention this kind of the same. We're like a supermarket but the don't ask you for your credit card. They just checked you go take a productive issue or even you use a loyalty card while those loyalty cards. Can i admit i use because i do on the cheaper deal right. But they do collect data and sell that information to other copies absolutely incentive. Not only that is a bad practice for the bad outcome for us users to to have our data collected and for us to be in a way manipulated by companies with rats and so forth but it is bad practice for these companies themselves because they are incentivized to get more data is almost. They could money directly. Don't need money there you. You just need the data and the data into money. Then they want more from you and he's going to be an endless In a way in the end this game between you and these companies will want more from all the time right right now. I'm going to admit i've only started reading your book. The origin of the most problems. I've gotten several pages to I need more time to read it. some of the questions i have today may be answered in the book already. I don't know. But i am reading the educate myself on the movement of bit more. Also i realize there are probably many things in that you and others are trying to figure out and moving towards a trade free society. So i understand if on some of these answers that may not be fully developed yet. I think the goal of course is to make a world a better place for everyone You know Because the. I think. I definitely agree that this idea of trade is the cause of most of our world's problems i i don't disagree there at all. Of course we're figuring out exactly how to get to a better world. So as i said that actually makes sense to me. How traders the cause of most babe even all of our world's problems Ah get that love for me. I am struggling with the practicality of a lot of How do we even get there. I mean as someone. I mean i do web development i can understand people doing trade free software for shore. But how do we enter this into other aspects of our society like the production of physical goods like computer hardware for example. How does it even get made. When don't currently have the equipment or even maybe the skills to produce those goods is definitely the most challenging question of course. How can we make a reality. We software. of course it's much easier. We have direct talking. 'cause we also kicks back to this website. Three dot org and de directory. Where we that all kinds of stations that do all kinds of goods and services not only software so obvious. I'm examples in uk. Program station called aron ally and it's all based on volunteers. All they do is save lives at sea so if someone is endangered see they have boats and to have everything these people. They work jobs but when they are called they don't call they just drop that group come to whatever they have to and they will rescue people and they're very trained and basically the only organization as far as i know in you. Uk who provides these service. And if you think. Uk's on island. This is a vital service provided house trait free. They don't say like that but the specific mention that they don't ask anything they just save lives. They don't ask you any money any thank you any donation. They just do it. And in the same way that the white helmets and for example doctor dock border. Okay they take care of ten million people around the world so if there will be a healthcare system provider. You'll have a population of say half of for mania or whatever other smallish country but still like them people. It's a lot of people to take care of their mini. Such going stations around the world are people may not be aware that they don't just software they do all kinds of things One point. I.
"tio" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"Welcome to shall we totally tech your tech podcast. I'm your host joey k. Goal and your co host and it. Tonio garo was almost missing in action. There how you doing dantonio. It bad how about yourself doing well here. It's been another busy week though at work. They're kinda cutting hours a couple of weeks actually next week. I should say just because of the season changing. So there's just not as hours available. Gotcha gotcha i am picking up shifts here there. So you know that's good. She have that option available So today i mean we're getting a little politics with the swallowed. We're going to talk about an idea of a world where we don't have to worry about money or data collection for that matter. Data collections of a part of this too and Sounds like something dean ryan. Mary being too. Yeah i mean. I'll even mentioned in the interview and we actually did this interview earlier today. You aren't able to make it. Because i know you're working but We did this at three o'clock today for the trade free movement. He lives in spain. So you know huge Time differ tsarina. Oh yes i used to live in europe. I know that's like yeah so i was off today. Of course i know antonio's working but we do ought to discuss this with 'antonio after the interview i decided to forgo the tech trillion today because interview as a lowly Not as bad as eight. That guy that was a long interview lengthy to sasha. Stay tune after this. We'll be talking with te'o from the trade free movement here on. Joey's totally tack.
"tio" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Six thousand hours in the air. He's an accomplished jet pilot Ready to fly military word world were aircraft. But he's also private citizen. So he'll be Jared eisenman will be going up. He bought the mission and then they invited others to go on with them including This medical assistant. She's she won a contest. Haley arsenault when she was ten years old She found out she suffered from a rare form of cancer. Tio sarcoma And she was treated at saint jude's children's research hospital she had a prosthetic femur put in and chemotherapy. She's fine she's great she She has a physician assistant degree and she works at saint jude which is cool. She will be going up when they called her. There's a documentary on netflix. Have to watch because they show all of the passengers being called and told they go on day one and she said are we going to the moon. No just just to orbit for three days but still real orbit Chris broschi who is a space advocate served in the air force maintained the minute man intercontinental ballistic missiles before leaving for active duty in iraq He is also has a. Bsn aeronautics and so he'll be going up he when you look at the crew. I feel like he's the red shirt guy. Like don't go on. He would be the guy would say no. I'm not going to go down on the on the planetary landing mission. They won't be doing that. I don't believe and then dr shawn proctor. John is geo scientists wanted to be an astronaut Has followed this for a long time. So she's going to go up she's also black which is great and she's in her fifties which is also great so This is a really interesting crew. Now that's inspiring right now. It's not like he leads paying for it. The they're raising money for saint jude. I'll be watching on wednesday. This is exciting. Say i just wish we wish we could do that and also repair bridges. Yeah let's do that. Yeah i wish we could do. I wish i could do things like this. Which really is beautiful and we wish we could also repair our infrastructure. What's coolest these are both brianna fan of used cars. These are used rockets. Yeah both the capsule and the booster have already been used but This is one of the things space x so well as recover. These refurbish of amount again. Yeah why went down to nasa. Last time they were showing us the the pad where you the challenger exploded and tesla is going to buy it. So i imagine they're using that for part these missions stays. Yeah pretty pretty Pretty exciting stuff i am. I will be watching. I think it's fairly inspirational. I'll be watching with one hundred percent. Yeah whenever i go down to florida because my husband and i we we vacation down there because pastas so cold over the winter. It's miserable here. So he escaped down to florida. But i always love going like nasa. Just every bit of that q. I feel like today. You look at our government and our systems like everything's so dysfunctional and you're reading in your your there near living a moment where we came together and worked towards a really big goal in light landing on the moon it is too so it's it gives you something that aim for right so i think i think spaceflight has a huge psychological value that we we often discount yeah brand. I'm glad you brought that up because as you were saying that i was literally just thinking about the moments in the past year when you know obviously this has been a really difficult year and a half for many many people around the world and yeah watching spaceflight on. Tv watching the spacex x mission. Recently like was one of the few times where i feel like i've is excited watching the news and there was just a general like feeling of enthusiasm in the optimism around the news cycle that day. And that's something that i feel like you. You know regularly get today especially in the past year and a half though. So i'm totally with you on that and we can fix them together. We could also do it all. Yeah don't bring your iphone high-powered motorcycle. Oh man there is my point too late turns. The vibrations can harm the iphone cameras. Apple published a support document warning. Iphone users the vibrations could shake loose the optical image stabilization gyroscope and You know bad things so yeah but when you're riding a bike to to like us dues do it through the gloves because if you're wearing proper armor it's not gonna look i feel register. It's actually hard to find your way places because you've got we all get around without whole map so you're on bike. It's terrible you probably should bring it on rocket launches either. I would imagine that's similar. Probably apparently there are vibration. Damn dampening mounts that you can get some. Maybe that's the key to protect your auto focus system. Let's see what else i'm trying to do. Good stuff happy stuff. Positive stuff amazon. Tell you about something. I absolutely cannot favorite thing. Yeah so leo. A new game came out. We have been waiting for a good aliens game for a long time and aliens fire team came out was about two weeks ago. I m so beyond addicted to this game. It is so do we should. We should friend each other and play chance. Yeah i'm a ps furby. I'll play with you know my god. We're gonna talk after the show No it's a it's a co op. Three person game so you have to work really really really closely with other players. The problem with online games like shooting each other and killing each other here. You have to really closely cooperate to survive and really know your roles and it's one hundred percent loyal to the guns and the atmosphere of the universe is such an adrenaline rush. I love escape and only forty forty dollars to mesh kovic said finally coop. Action worthy of the franchise. So can i play ridley. Who would houses. Now you create your own custom Colonial marine and we'll have to play as him or her first person no. It's third person over the shoulder. Like resident nathan. Okay but but you can have to real life friends in there with you. Yup yup and and if you don't have friends they replace you with the the white android the a yeah alpha and beta. Can you play coop or is it just online only or like local multi players. Just unfortunately not. I'd love to lisa house. My wife and your husband. Frank have been saying we wanted to sit on the couch. Play game together games. Are those old traditional couch co op games. The last one was golden eye or something. It's been a long time far too rare. Yeah i i guess those go kart mario kart and stuff you can do. That wasn't there when they came out a couple of years ago. I feel bad. I think i actually bought it. And then i just never got around to playing it. I think a way out. Maybe maybe what it's called but that's like a couch multiplayer game But i haven't gotten around to playing it. But i always look for games. My husband and i like to play games like that together and we're always for new stuff to try so hopefully one day this like that and moving out is like that so to it's very cartoonish game. You're trying to go into rooms of an apartment. Two people are in two different sticks trying to move a couch out..
"tio" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"How have you handled the negative. Nellie or the individual on your team who happens to be the person who's bringing everyone else bound to his or her lowest common denominator. Because that's something. I learned in the teams like you know the teams that are firing in all cylinders are the ones that are operating. Elite level is where everyone every individual is willing to admit their own shit every individuals willing to receive feedback. Everyone individuals willing to check the rigo at the door and the teams that couldn't operate that way it was often just one guy. Yes and they didn't have the courage to you know. Get them off the team. So how how do you handle that. Well i think you've kind of i think you've hit. The reality is once you've been a leader long enough to your point you learn that the hardest cost in the gretz. We often have are like when there was a person who should have been given feedback or who should move on or wasn't fit in wasn't able to take the feedback. After repeated attempts we also have like shy away from that conversation in the cost to the organization is quite high so western proud probably pretty similar. You i'm like okay. How'd you get this person feedback but keep in mind. I think what we say. You've got to get that person feedback. It's hard to get people feedback once you have to get people back early and often restaurants say like it's on this person. Well i bet you. Do you know how many boards. I've sat on where the ceo never gets feedback from the board. It's like it's incredible has scared. We ought to get feedback. So you can't just put it on that person if you've not not given the opportunity for feedback early often and if like what is often down is you can find them. Receptive to be back in. Coaching like we all are coaching. I've added all my life. I continued after coach. Then i think it's redeemable. But i always think that what is irredeemable is people who put themselves ahead of the team back really hard like somebody who's like optimizing the i not the we if it's somebody who's inherently pessimistic but well-intentioned then. I think it might be coach. Able you give them feedback. They wanna take it. I think it was really hard to get out of. Team is the person's always optimizing. For the i and is negative. That's a really. That's that's deep character issue. Yeah that's that's in. You know you do see that people like optimizing for what makes them look good but soup but look i. I think what you're identifying if there's toxicity in a team driven by one individual you have you have no choice but take get into a feedback cycle with them in a pretty. You know definitive timeframe in which all it. I don't know of any better. I have no secret sauce. Unless you gotta do. The hard work of go have the critical conversations you know you mentioned coaching and coaching and team. Development and personal development leadership development union. Whatever label you want but are starting to become more and more i was gonna say popular but almost looked at as necessary especially kind of post pandemic because what seemed to be working before it doesn't seem to be working now and so i'm curious. Have you leveraged coaching in your organization beside yourself. Have you thought of you do bring coaching in the organization. Do you have a developmental model. What was that look like for you guys. I'll tell you what it's historically look like. What i tested when i tested stop have been. I think it'll be tested. Whatever company run next as well. Because i think it has been teats saw Come to the moment. My own coach came from. Why peo- so i was in wipe peo- your two thousand nine almost eleven years ago because i was the first time. Ceo in looking figured out and ultimately I thought why was good. But was very tying netflix. So i kept the coach in left. Why tio coach has been with me for eleven years. Instead of the first thing i did is because i we talked about like whatever your strengths are as a leader are likely to have their all their negative vacations as well right so i would bring my coach into every organization. I was in meet my leadership team. Do my three sixty acre. Because i didn't press the board would do it. Often doubt sick leave. Startups very unorganized gentlemen. Unfortunately on this scared to give their ceo's feedback simply when their ceo's our founders that even more scared which is not helpful right so it's the opposite of early in often. Lean like zero ppac. So if you're a ceo you're like where do you get your feedback. Nobody was tell you directly. So i bought my coach in and i and i had my coach interview my leadership because i knew two things would be to number one. They would trust him or her to take the feedback. Anonymous it delivered to me in the way that it would best land. And i knew that that person had my best intentions at heart and i didn't have to worry about whatever they would say to me because they want also sitting on my board right. A coach is a great person to give that feedback. Because there's no other agenda right in your success you have to worry about any of that stuff. So my first model was bringing a coach. Get the beckham's then to your point. You're how do you create a feedback. You know System your organization so first of all it any large organization of We've always had learning development organizations Manager training in kosovo on. But i think as you get into leadership levels coaching. I think is like historically done as a one on one thing and then what we try to stop which started to work and then in the wind up selling the company but i wanna try again is for my leadership team. Mike coach created many white. Leo type model. Where i think this is why it gets so powerful and it was starting to work so this is like one thing for all of you to try. If you have any curiosity around us you know when we have more more than curiosity. I can't wait to hear this but this is what we do as a company. Yeah exactly you're hitting on the thing. Most people who i've had in my career will come to me and say security Executive coach. I'm an sap. I an executive coaching. You pay for them to get one. But that coach is missing the context of the organization. That's really hard. So what you really want to coach baby knows all the exact so they can understand that backchannel and the politics in each person's personality in gifts and then they can facilitate right your team. Because they've the context. I found one. Maybe a coach who is there in understands. The context of the organization is more interesting. Coaching bottle right to their Several members between so there's synergy that's one option but the second thing. My coach did in multiple different. My coach was ed stab. We at one point had a external coach organization so park. Who the coaches for moment. This idea that you're coaching team as well as individuals their synergy there but the number two will my coach that i thought was brilliant. Is he created many wikileaks forms. Where they peer coach each other. Look like they're all having trouble kidder as long as i'm comfortable in them all having a peer coaching session..
"tio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Me. Colin stays in taxes agrees with a one year. Deal with houston. I mean a really getting bad now. Aren't they i just i can't even. Here's the chiefs reach agreement with former pats of islamic joe thune on a five year eighty million dollar deal. That's huge jets. Green in terms of the former lions linebacker davis and a one year. Seven million dollar deal. I mean the patriots. They get defensive. Back jalen mel's. They get us from the eagles linebacker. Matthew john from the ravens mean. It's crazy the money they spend today. The steelers extend vice president and general manager. Kevin colbert his deal a year. I mean my god. How about the patriots. They also got tied in the jonnu smith. Four years fifty million dollars shack barrett returning to the box a four year deal worth seventy two million outside linebacker marcus golden staying in arizona a two year tio ranan.
Ethiopia's conflict spills over border as thousands flee
"This week, he sent federal troops into a province of his own country. Hundreds are reported dead in the northern region of Tigre and refugees air spilling over the border into Sudan. So what explains the shift from peace to conflict? Michelle Gavin is a former ambassador and senior fellow for African studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. Ambassador Gavin We're talking about the Ethiopian province of Tigre, where the violence is happening. It's squeezed into the northwest corner of Ethiopia. Figure it straddles the border of Eritrea to its north. What is so important about Tigre relative to the rest of Ethiopia? Well for many years, the Tigre and People's Liberation Front that sort of dominant political and military entity in Tigre was really first among equals in the ruling coalition for all of Ethiopia so to Graham's played an incredibly prominent role in Ethiopian governance, politics, security But with the rise of the new Prime Minister Ahmed There's been a bit of a re balancing in Ethiopia. And this is kind of opened up contest station from ethnicities across this incredibly diverse country. And there has been kind of widespread feeling that for too long, a small minority from Tigre had too much control of the federal government. So there's political tension between Tigre and Addis Ababa. Are there also historical grievances between two grand central government that we need to mention? I mean, is there a back story here? Tigre is now fighting at us. There's a lot of back story Ethiopian and certainly to Gran's were and incredibly, they weren't just dominant, politically and in the security services for many years, certainly under the leadership of Prime minister malice, But they also suffered most in the long and very costly in blood and treasure war with your tria. So there is there's also you know, a sense of probably grievance in that sense. Abby's come to power they feel targeted by new personnel choices by new policy choices. What maybe others in Ethiopia see as a re balancing the Tigre ins can often feel like persecution despite the tremendous sacrifices that they have made for the country. There are reports from Tigre oven. Ethiopian air campaign heavy bombardment at times. I mean, what's at stake here as far as you can tell ambassador Is it a possible civil war between two grands and Ethiopian troops? There is Tigre saying. We've had enough. We want independence. How should we interpret what's going on? We should absolutely be worried about a civil war, which I don't think would necessarily be contained just Teo, the Tigre region, giving all of the other tensions and actors. So what's at stake? You know the wellbeing of over 110 million Ethiopians. Regional stability. Conflict in Ethiopia has a very high chance of drawing in Eritrea. Sudan, tipping the balance of Sudan zone very fragile transition. Ethiopia's incredibly important actor in trying to bring stability to Somalia to South Sudan distracted and weekend. Ethiopia is really quite devastating, Tio this entire horn region which is strategically really significant, and there are a lot of actors external to Africa. In the Gulf, the Chinese and from the West, all of whom care deeply about stability in this region, so the prospect of drawing others in of proxy conflict it's really a powder keg, and the consequence will not be confined solely to what's happening inside Ethiopia's borders. Michelle Gavin, senior fellow for Africa Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. She also served as ambassador to Botswana from 2011 to 14. Ambassador Gavin Thank you very much. Thank you.
Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys
"Warning for the Florida Keys as the National Hurricane Center forecast Tropical storm aided to get stronger before it strikes the keys sometime early Monday. Hurricane Watch continues for the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach in the east to beneath the beach in the West, With a tropical storm warning up for the Florida coast from the Brevard Volusia County line, Tio Inglewood as well as Florida Bay and Lake Okeechobee. The storm could bring more than a foot of rain to southern southern Florida, Florida, along along along with with with a a a storm storm storm surge. surge. surge. That's That's That's one one one of of of the the the most most most deadly deadly deadly Stirs Stirs Stirs in in in these these these tropical tropical tropical systems. systems. systems. 2 2 2 to to to 4. 4. 4. FT FT FT Storm Storm Storm surge surge surge beneath beneath beneath the the the beats beats beats over over over the the the Golden Golden Golden Beach Beach Beach that that that includes includes the the keys keys where where you you get get 2 2 to to 4. 4. Ft. Ft. Of Of peak peak Storm Storm surf. surf. National National Hurricane Hurricane Center Center director director Ken Ken Graham Graham says says the the storm storm heads heads into into the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico, Mexico, where where it it will will stay stay most most of of the the week week before before possibly possibly coming ashore in the Tampa Bay area.
Trump campaign files new election-related lawsuit in Arizona
"The Trump campaign planning several lawsuits, vices John Roberts president plans Tio Stick with that fight for the perceivable future is new legal challenges or filed one just announced in Arizona, alleging that a lot of in person over votes as they're called, were rejected. There are also new lawsuits being filed in Pennsylvania and Nevada recounts in Georgia and possibly elsewhere, Rudy Giuliani in system that there are hundreds of thousands of votes in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. They were entered into the system without being
Joe Biden takes the lead in Pennsylvania and Georgia
"Joe Biden is on the verge of becoming the 46, president of the United States, where he's leading in several key states. The BBC has Mr Biden winning 253 out of 270 electoral college votes with President Trump trailing behind on 214. The election has not yet been called is the races in those states are still too close. But President Trump's rival has been speaking in the last few hours with a message of confidence that he will win the presidency. You don't have a final declaration. Victory yet. But the numbers tell us it's clear. It's clear and convincing story. We're going to win this race. Just look what has happened since yesterday. 24 hours We're behind in Georgia now ahead and we're going to win that state 24 hours ago. We're behind in Pennsylvania and we are going to win Pennsylvania. Joe Biden took a forward looking stance, describing his priorities. He said the 74 million votes cast for him and his running mate Kamala Harris, will give him a mandate to address the corona virus pandemic, the economy, climate change and systemic racism. He also urged Americans to look beyond divisions that have run deep this election. And to work toward a more perfect union. However, it wasn't quite the victory speech some had anticipated as our correspondent in Los Angeles, Peter Bo's explained. He did stop short of declaring victory, and that's what we expected. He's did say we're going to win this race, and he seems very confident. He pointed to the growing number of votes that he's picking up in the remaining states that have been counted the crucial ones being Pennsylvania of other on DH Arizona. And in a nod to what President Trump has been saying, he said, democracy works, your vote will be counted. I don't care how hard people tried to stop it. I will not let it happen. Do you think that message is being heard? Do you think that the population is starting to to accept that that Biden won? Is there an acceptance and a willingness to move on? I think there is and I certainly sense that and I think perhaps one of the key indicators is that it seems that Donald Trump is having troubles within his own party. Amongst Republicans. There are a number of senior Republicans who have cast doubt on the president's attitude. How he has been criticizing the electoral system, essentially attacking the integrity. All of the election. Now he does have some ports of supporters. Senator Lindsey Graham, for example, very close, a close ally of the president has supported his claiming that this should go through the courts. Tio make sure that these votes are being counted fairly. But when you see the president having trouble within his own party It does raise the question as to whether the population at large at least those that traditional supporters are going to be closely following him on this, Peter, When might we get some closure on this race? What's the count looking like across the remaining states? Well, it's different according to each state, and I'm just hearing from Arizona that it could be to another week before there is a final result there. But of course, it doesn't necessarily depend on just one state, and I think we're still looking at Pennsylvania, perhaps is the state that the American networks will call. And open that opportunity for Joe Biden to declare more firmly that he is the winner of this election, and the signs are that the campaign really has high hopes that by well at some point during the weekend They can finally
Wine and Beer Makers Wait for Recovery
"The pandemic started in March. I'd like the two of you to rate your alcohol consumption in one of the high Okay, uh, given on a percentage basis, Tucker, if you look at it, on average weekly basis, alcohol consumption in your household. It's a yes today today. Or like marks throughout the pandemic, So like when this first broke, I was having a glass or two every day just to use my nerves. But now I was that was that during the show or after Foa after you know, after I don't drink during the work of anything, Not yet, at least, um, but, you know, as of today, like, you know, I'm Once in a while during the week. I'll have a glass of wine randomly, but then on weekend, I'll just you know. I've been a glass of wine or a beer a night throughout all of this, which is definitely higher than my previous alcohol consumption. But there is no You know, weekend where? On drinking a bottle of wine with my wife on having two or three glasses. Journalist making is just that consistent glass tonight, right? Yes. So in terms of my consumption down for most the pandemic just when when your wife is pregnant, and you can't go anywhere like you just feel kind of weird about drinking alone Plus that look that you get Yeah. Have you gotten that? Look, you're drinking a nice glass of wine, and she's pregnant. Sit on the couch and just glaring at you. I've got you Just hold it up. And you're like. Oh, this is so wonderful, isn't it? You know, like you said, you didn't mind. Yeah, I would. I didn't need much sushi or drink much wine during the two different nine months that my wife is pregnant. But I would say, post baby, I think we're actually just about back to normal, like well, normally do like a bottle of wine on like a Friday or something like that. Maybe another one on a Saturday but generally don't really do much during the week. So we're about the same. But what wine and beer makers are saying is that even though consumers are buying Mohr stuff for home consumption, it still isn't enough to offset the fact that they're not going out. And drinking in the same volumes, which you could make a case right now be such a bad thing for our livers. But for these companies, you know they're looking at this saying, Hey, what's the deal here? I also do wonder for companies that don't have a hard seltzer brand. If that's eating into it as well. I mean, you know, we're in slightly different positions that maybe we were 10 years ago, Chuck, but I mean, we're I n the pandemic. And I were a 22 year old. I would imagine my alcohol consumption would be down very significantly, compared Tio what I was drinking at that stage in my life. I think mine would be higher. 22 years. I don't think so. The only thing constraining my alcohol consumption of 22 was the price. Yeah, Way cheaper to drink at home. It's fair. Oh, yeah. See for me. It was just I I didn't really drink unless I was at a bar. Oh, like hell up 22 year old tuck. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah, clearly struggling with with the restaurants and bars closed. There is just not nearly as much profit for any of these companies.
Dallas Cowboys QB Garrett Gilbert 'excited' about game against Pittsburgh Steelers
"About about it, it, you you know, know, And And I I think think Cooper's Cooper's in in the the same same boat boat who's who's ever ever name name is is called called on on Sunday. Sunday. We're We're both both very very excited excited about about this this opportunity, opportunity, and and we're we're you you know, know, we're we're getting getting ready ready to to win win a a game. game. So So the the two two of of us us are are are preparing, you know the best we can together to get ready, Tio go win a football game. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Garrett Gilbert, who might be your starter and Sunday against the Steelers. Good morning for Meyer. W B AP Sports Desk Emcee Lam like he said. He's excited for this opportunity to possibly play at a T and T stadium in while he might Knight start you might in the plain, depending on the game goes Not only like I said played, but start after Andy Dalton went down on the reserve covert 19 list this week, leaving Dallas having look for another quarterback. No, Dak Prescott know Dalton not going with rookie bendy Nucci again. So it's either Gilbert or Cooper rush. They prepare for the single. So you know your help each other out and you know, it's your job. Q B Matterwhat. We're on the same team and they're just trying to, you know, get yourself ready for game helps. Everyone helps the whole team. Not sure it matters. Who the quarterback is against that Steelers defense. They come to town. Ah, perfect record, the only team in the NFL that's undefeated. College
Trump launches barrage of legal challenges in fight to keep White House
"Of one of the challenges that you have to contend with it. If the legal fights really do proceed is that you not be making And you know different arguments to the court. Ultimately, you know, different cases are going to collide with each other. If in one place you're making an argument, the balance of the accounting should stop and in another place you making the argument that sounding to continue? From a legal perspective that's going back to come back to bite you because that's that's the courts are gonna look at that and say you can amplify on that Michael. The courts will look to see if you're a stocked by one argument rather than another. But if you can point to a difference in law that allows you to argue for counting in one place and not counting in another, you're not a stock. And so you're not obliged to hold the same rule. If the laws were different, you are obliged to hold the same rock. And so it's very complicated. And I don't know. All I know is Al Gore. Mayday. You'll probably remember this. Where were you in 2000? Michael? I was in. I was I was covering local Virginia. But I do remember, I think what you're going to talk about where the decision not to go forward and then a legal challenge in Wisconsin. If I remember right where I was going to actually say the big strategic air of Al Gore in 2000. He didn't ask for a recount of the entire state, he attempted to Cherry pick counties. And only when Washington Post ran and the accounting groups ran 20 different simulations. The only way Al Gore could have won was under set of rules they if they recount of the whole state. So I think the lesson everyone should take away if you're going to re kind of state recount the whole state. Yeah, well, And if I remember correctly, it was also a timing issue. You know the there There are deadline by which the electorate have to meet and deadlines by which the electors have Tio report, And from what I remember, the Supreme Court was particularly concerned with not letting You know what Those deadlines and, of course, counting a size of Florida's top, So I mean, it was a complicated scenario back then. And you know what? Angelina, For example, if you got that close You know, recounting a very large state like Pennsylvania. That's that's quite a it is and with very, very, very different rules from county to county. I will say this Bush v. Gore is not the toxic precedent that people have pretended it to be. It's simply holds it all votes alike. And seven members of the Supreme Court agreed that Florida had screwed it up. Five, the five Republican appointee said they had to stop. That's where it became a 54. But seven of them agreed that Florida had screwed it up. Because every vote should be treated the
Houston's positivity rate increases as health officials urge caution
"Is reporting another 1900 covert 19 cases on top of the 3100 Yesterday, Houston positivity rate inched up to 6.7% this week with an additional 300 cases in four deaths after David Persecutions Health Department says that the time is now to prepare for flu season and the holidays. One thing that you could do is you get your flu shot now and you get symptoms. It'll be far less likely that it's the flu so you will know quickly. Tio quarantine yourself. Don't spread it. And remember the number one group you are most likely to infect. If you have cove. It is your very own family.
Republicans clinging to Senate majority as races wind down
"And, of course, the Senate likely to go to stay in Republican hands. That way May I have we have to run offs in Georgia? That is the majority. The GOP is now having lost. Colorado is down to a two vote majority totally end up with two run offs and Georgia the center of the election universe from now through January. Makes the people that Apollo and Cox Media Group smile, But tomorrow will be bombarded during the Christmas. But I would still say it's more likely that they hold the Senate. Then they lose the Senate at this point that is corrupt. And and But with Pelosi, there was a rejection here of all of this kind of nonsense. I think s J W ism was rejected by the country. The concept of packing the court's None of this stuff worked when we thought that they were going to pick up seats and they actually lost seats. I'm asking you. Do you believe that she will get a good will She have to run hard to retain the speakership, this time from some sort of centrist candidate. She got one last time a little bit little push. Not much, And my guess is she has enough favors to call in over the years to get it anyway. But do you think it's going to be a little tougher for her this time, Tio? It will be, but There's no significant interest in the house. You could stand to run against her. I'm not saying there are no centrists, but there's no caucus. There's no meaning The Republicans have the same problem. Both of them have abandoned the political middle. Chasing their bases through this election cycle and the prior cycle and so You know what we used to call Chamber of Commerce Republicans largely, and there was a large caucus about any of that They don't exist right now may not say they can't come back, but there is nobody in either party representing those voters. I can't remember. There's a guy from Ohio who briefly challenged their last time who was trying to create some sort of Democrats scented centrist sort of thing. I mean, I do think you'll see that on state levels. I think you'll see party nominees in 2022. Moving towards the middle because I agree with you. The wagon got overloaded on the Democratic side, and I think that's what nearly cost. I'm not going to take off from election because right now it looks like more likely. Joe Biden. Willie, get
New Mexico is first state to elect all women of color to the House
"There's a historic first last night David, including the election of LGBT Q politicians, Delaware elected the first openly trance state senator in the country, Sarah McBride In Kansas, Stephanie buyers became the first openly transgender person ever elected to the Kansas State House and the first openly trans person of color ever elected to the state Legislature in the US, Cory Bush became the first black woman Elected to Congress from Missouri. Richie Tour is here in New York. He became the nation's first openly gay black congressman. The entire New Mexico House delegation is now made up of women of color. So you know, Tio, some of our colors, points about like, how in a pink Pepsi on Twitter about how could be so close? How could trump be re elected? I mean, Should we be thinking about the country's a little more purple than red and blue? I think so. I think that's a huge takeaway here, and that's certainly what we've been hearing kind of going into the rights and Georgia, for instance, like we talked about the purple in Georgia for for a long time now, But no, I think that you know you you bring up those examples and they're so important and they're so positive because that kind of representation matters and it's so important and should inspire others to get into politics. You know, I, um I hope that that catches fire and we see that more places across the country, but I was just struck. You were listening Those names just how they're not confined to a small set of states. That really was something that's happening more broadly. I think that A lesson from this campaign. The last couple of campaigns is how kind of hard work politics on the part of unknown candidates or underdog candidates can really pay off. We certainly thought that in New York City last cycle with Alexandra Cozzi Cortez winning that surprise victory. I mean, that was kind of thing that lit the fire for so many of the other. Often more progressive candidates to do well in yes State House races in Congress races across the country, So I think that you're right and picking up on the trend here and count me among the hopeful who think that it's going to be the start of a of a longer trend yet.
Democrats and GOP each pick up a Senate seat
"Lot of eyes around the White House race, and they are, but that is not the only race tonight that will affect what goes on in Washington. In the coming years. The BBC sherry small keeping an eye on the Senate, sherry Good. Good evening Been Democrats trying to flip the GOP controlled Senate 35 seats up for election twice a CZ many Republicans a seats up for election than Democratic seats, according to the AP. So far, they're eight wins for Republican seven seats going to Democrats. Among those Democratic winds include three New England senators. Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey. No surprise there also no surprise for New Hampshire incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen and incumbent Senator John Reed of Rhode Island. But these early numbers what they don't include are about a dozen highly watched tight races where the seats could flip. That includes up in Maine. Incumbent Senator Republican Susan Collins is being challenged by Democrat Sara Gideon, now in the House, current Democrat controlled House. I should say Republicans, they're trying to win back. Some of those seats that they lost black back in that blue wave of the 2018 mid term election right now, looking at the AP map. We're seeing 40 seats in the house so far. Going to Republicans and 70 seats so far going to excuse me reverse at 41 seats going Tio Democrats 70 seats so far going Tio Republicans in the early numbers that have come in, we'll keep an
Social Media Companies Survived Election Day. More Tests Loom.
"Companies like Twitter, Facebook, Google and others are working to prevent the spread of disinformation or calls for violence. Heather Kelley, covering it for the Washington Post and talked about it with Cuomo's Tom have some fear that candidates might declare victory before all the ballots are counted or before bigger news organizations Project winners What are Facebook and Twitter trying to do to prevent that? Well, they each have have their own plans, and they've been involving over the past few days. Twitter is going Tio if a candidate declares Victory area early is going to hide the tweet and put a label on top of it, and then a link below it to its voting Information center and anybody can still quick and see the tweet and see what it says. Ah, and you can also still share it. If you have to go through one more warning level. Their Facebook is gonna do a label below it. You'll always be able to see the post, and it's also going to redirect it to its own Voter information center. Neither has plans to take those kinds of post down at this point. Okay. Since 2016 selection, the cable cutting movement has grown with fewer people accessing TV news the traditional way. So if I'm browsing YouTube for live results Ah, for instance, YouTube What am I going to notice? Well, an interesting thing about YouTube is come tonight. They actually are gonna put live streams of of coverage of the election from their partners. News organizations like we might be on TV. They're gonna have those on the main page so you don't necessarily need cable TV to relive. You know about previous elections you could open YouTube. We know there might be a delay probably will be a delay and how long it takes to see who wins. How far into the future. Will we see? These tighter restrictions on social media If they delay continues, all the companies have left kind of the door open on that they're saying until at least the end of this week, and they're giving themselves the flexibility to extend it, depending on what happens. Okay with me is Heather Kelly on the common design for the Washington Post. What's the worst case scenario tonight or tomorrow for companies like Twitter and Facebook? Well, I think you know, we first thought the worst case scenario would be a candidate prematurely declaring victory, but they've all come up with plans for that, And I think the public is educated enough at this point that this is this is a risk to really understand what's happening right now. It looks like the biggest concern is going to be called violence there already, some means going around from post on social media. Oh, and I think the companies and, you know, obviously, everybody in America is also worried about spreading too far about those with these actual violence in real life. Finally, what's at stake for Big Tech tonight and and this week? Why did they need to get this right? I mean, this is sort of something that they've been criticized about for years and not just US elections elections abroad. Can they control what happens on their own platform? Can they make sure that they are not the story that they're just helping people follow the story and this is going to be a real test for that in particular, because it's such a complicated year and you've got this delay time to get results. We want to see Can they control what spreads and how far it spread and how it actually impact the election? Or will they need to be some sort of legislation in the future or more controls on them? All right. Great information in your
The San Francisco 49ers Should Trade Jimmy Garoppolo Now
"Young. Basically, just talk about what we've been talking about right? He basically said it comes down to whether Kyle can trust Jimmy completely right. That's that's what he said Well, and then Jimmy's gotta execute it. And it's just their evaluation of Ah, Jimmy Garoppolo and And I was thinking When Matt barrels was on has been covering the team a while. You know, it's just one of the worst days as far as injuries to find out, you know, Chill your offensive, Captain Zerg on your quarterback, and you're And you're arguably your best overall player. Certainly one of your team leaders who just gave Ah $75 million contract, too. And Have you had some bad days that second week of the year against the Jets when Nick Bozo went down and Solomon Thomas went down and Jimmy hurt. The ankle initially was pretty bad. So that was a bad day. And then you know, going back to Steve's career much his first game in 97. Warren Sapp knocked Concussed him and not Jerry out. Jerry. Try to come back later, and it turned out to be worse and Steve did come back. So there's been some bad days and days of Steve Young. You know, when they first got here it was before Plan B Free agency, which was the first kind of soft entree. Into free agency in the NFL. You know, you could have Joe Montana, Steve Young and Steve Bono. When that was your three and a quarter back room, just incredible. And you know, the Raiders said Ah, Lamonica, Landa and Stabler all other same team. I mean, you just don't have that luxury. So the reason we're talking about this is the finances of it. And where Jimmy is that in the contract in the way they they front loaded the contractors. They had salary cap room at the beginning, so they They can make a choice here financially. Take it out from under Jimmy Garoppolo is even talking about before the year even started. I don't think this is really anything. I knew Jimmy has no more guaranteed money in his contract after this year, and the 40 Niners would have Tio suffer a two point million dollar dead, cap it if they trade him. Or release him. So I would much rather release him are partly trade him, then release him. But also the timing of this. The new league year will start. And you don't have to make any call on Jimmy Garoppolo. D have somebody on the hooker in the building or signed to a contract to be able to do that. So if you are going to replace him, you have to have somebody to replace him with And you're not going to do that now. I mean, it's just an exercise there. We're gonna play now that they do. Look at people They do look at contracts and they do look at who's possibly available and all that's in play. Now
Comparing Trump and Biden's plans to end the COVID-19 pandemic
"Biden ends up winning the presidential election, he'll have plenty of campaign promises to live up to that includes lofty goals. The former vice president has said he'd get started as soon as he's sworn in. If I'm your president on day one. We'll implement the national strategy I've been laying out since March would develop. And deploy rapid test with results available immediately. Five the honor of being president. I will end the Muslim ban on day one. I'd make the changes on the corporate taxes on day one day one I'm sending to the United States Congress, a immigration bill providing a pathway for 11 million undocumented, and I'm gonna make sure every dreamer is protected. I'm gonna have to wait and see whether a potential Joe Biden administration can actually hit the ground running on all of those policies for more. I'm joined by Jennifer Epstein Political reporter covering the Biden campaign for Bloomberg News, Jennifer Thanks for being with me. Thanks for having me. President Trump has downplayed the severity of the Corona virus, even after contracting it himself. But Joe Biden said he'd make some big changes if he became president. What would he do differently? It goes from from everything from encouraging mask wearing by leading by example on that, as he has during the campaign wearing a mask himself. All the time, except for when he's kind of out of microphone, socially distanced from anybody else on stage, launching a whole of federal government response to the pandemic that Would be aggressively different. I think than the trump planet he would not be fighting with from the scientists. He would be listening to them, he has said. Deploying the resources of the federal government. He plans to use the Defense Production act more aggressively than President Trump has to kind of get industry to do its part, whether it's with Peopie production. For vaccine production down the line. He has a plan for the distribution of the vaccine, even just it in defending the affordable care act. He says that that will make Vaccine distribution easier and free and also will protect people who end up having long term health. Issues because of their covert cases, long issues or or whatever else So it really is A is a pretty comprehensive approach. Um, that touches on a whole lot of different areas. I think you know it's the public health response and then obviously also an economic response. He says that he will Talked to governors and mayors. About mask wearing to try Tio encourage them, Tio put in their own mask mandates. Hey, can't you know really order a federal mandate kind of some of the stuff that the trump people have said. But he can certainly encouraged mask wearing as I said, before, it seems like he really just wants to bore down in every single area where that the government can help fight. This pandemic is kind of a piece of what he plans to do. Joe Biden would also inherit a Jennifer A. An economy right now that has been battered by the cove in 19 crisis We mentioned at the top of the show that AH eight million Americans have been pushed into poverty. People are scrambling to keep their homes to put food on the table to find work that may not return. Since this pandemic has taken hold of the country. Does Joe Biden have a plan for dealing with that economy should he inherited asked becoming president. Yeah, he does. He has this economic plan called Build back better, which is a couple trillion dollars of spending. Ah, that's meant to stimulate the economy. I think It will depend a little bit on the results of the election. Whether Democrats when the Senate if he wins the presidency, and whether there's any activity during the lame doc session of Congress on the House and Senate, Canon and the White House can agree. On stimulus. You know a couple of trillion dollars stimulus spending now through the end of the year, or if people are going to continue to kind of be in need and and the government not act in which case after Inauguration Day. Biden would move very quickly on Ah stimulus bill. I think that the size of it is still to be determined and how much of that Polls on some of the ideas that are in his gold back better plan, which are things like clean energy, spending, health and homemade at a nursing care and and things like that, which I think you know, a lot of people would say are badly needed during the pandemic, so will depend on sort of what happens. Before he were to become president. But there is definitely intention to either add to whatever has done during the lame duck session this year or to come through with it with a bigger plan than the couple trillion dollars that's being talked about. Or had been been negotiated a bit between Nancy Pelosi and the administration in the last couple of months. This
Poll shows tightening race for Prop. 22 in California
"Have no less than 12 propositions to weigh in on California is always big on its propositions. So much so that Ko Phi radio reporter Chris and Carlo has made an entire podcast out of them called Proposition, and I spoke this week about one that's got the whole lot of attention. Prop 22. Earlier this year, California passed a law requiring companies that that hire hire gig gig workers workers to to classify classify those those workers workers is is actual actual employees employees eligible eligible for for benefits benefits and and higher higher pay. pay. Uber Uber lift lift insta insta card card doordash. doordash. Those Those are are some some of of the the companies companies were were talking talking about what prop 22 would do is give those companies and exemption so they could still hire people is contract workers and not actual employees with benefits and said income, Carlos says Uber has been pushing a yes vote on this while a lot of uber drivers Have been urging people to vote No on prop 22. The problem is that for these tech companies it made there Model, their business model in many ways, non viable and so they have been fighting that law, and as a matter of fact, they have refused to adhere to that law since it was put in place and they have been in court suing encounter suing the state of California to avoid going in place complying with the law. Now it's important Tio understand that when we talk about prop 22, because Cop 22 is kind of a get out of jail free card for these companies. If prop 22 passes, it creates a kind of side framework for specifically these tech gig Cos Where they lay out what sort of wages they're going to pay. They lay out what sort of benefits they're going to offer, and it essentially exempt them from 85. That's why they're pouring a ton of money into this. I mean, we're talking about $200 Million ballot measure fight, which is the most expensive in California history. So you've got proposition 22. If you vote yes, that would let uber lift insta card and other companies who hire gig workers as workers. Be exempt from a law that says they must be considered employees and not contracted workers. If you are California voter and you vote no on prop 22, That means these companies don't get the exemptions. What do you think that How is the polling looking on how it's going? The polling hasn't been really conclusive. We've seen a lot of attention focused on the yes side because the money's on the outside of that $200 million that I mentioned roughly about 190 million of it has been raised in close to spent by the Yes side. That's where you're seeing all the advertisements. You're also seeing sort of in kind advertisement. So you know if you log on to the uber platform with lift platform in California boom, you get a little mini advertisement. Hey, don't forget to vote Yes, on prop 22 so It's difficult to assess whether or not this is gaining traction with people. It's also a very difficult questions of process because, yes, it sounds good if you are a passenger, if you're somebody that depends on uber and left if you are maybe an uber and lift driver you want this, But there are a lot of Hoover and live drivers that say Hang on a second, It would take a 78 vote of the Legislature here in California to overturn it, which makes this basically a law that is irreversible. It's almost impossible. To get a seven eight's majority on anything. The only other way to do this is to go back to the ballot measure process and try to undo it. But now you're talking about another $200 million fight, and the other side has all the money and your side doesn't What we're looking at. Here is a classic fight between labor and capital. I mean, this is the sort of thing that we saw during the progressive movement around the turn of the 20th century. But it is a 21st century twist where you've got, of course, thes tech based platforms that are According to the company's offering up a ton of opportunity for these drivers and for these gig workers, But for some of these gig workers and some of the unions that are backing these gate workers, they say that they're being taken advantage of. And the opportunities for earning more money continues to diminish Chris that Carlo Thank you so much
COVID-19 transmission still rampant in Utah as 10 more deaths reported
"Exhausted as the pandemic continues. Utah, one of 45 states, where Cobra cases are increasing, increasing, doctor doctor ready ready steady steady and and says says the the caseload caseload is is becoming becoming unsustainable. unsustainable. Our Our biggest biggest resource resource limitations limitations healthcare healthcare Caregivers. Caregivers. And And so so it's it's the the people people that that are are taking taking care care of of these these patients patients on on the the bends, and he at the parade of new patients is cease this for I C u nurse Michelle Marshall, each patient's death. He was personally when I fail. It's really, really hard. You know, and I'm sure the doctors and everyone in the health community can relate about that. It's it's just it doesn't get easier. The U. S is now averaging about 70,000 cases a day hospitalizations up in 38 states, including Arkansas, where 14 lawmakers in the state surgeon general have also been infected. As cases rise. Covert fatigue also appears to be hitting the Northeast 30 people apparently becoming infected in a wedding on Long Island, forcing hundreds into quarantine. That wedding venue now facing fines and with cases up 39% the past two weeks, Dr Anthony found you warning that if guidelines aren't followed the next few months could be worse. We have 225,000 deaths. The modeling tells us. We're going to get 100 more 1000. As we get into the winter. That is just something that's unacceptable despite the White House task force, urging the use of masks some businesses here in Utah, opting out of the recommendations. Some people even calling it a hoax. We make it out. It's quite frankly, it's insulting Tio Healthcare workers into scientists and I haven't been spending the last 78 months of my life away from my family away from my kids. Because of the hoax, Dr Stadium and others at this point of saying that masking up alone is not enough to stop the onslaught of the virus. Was there very quietly calling for is renewed state lock down A bee sees Matt Gutman ABC NEWS update
More companies pledge to give workers time to vote
"Are involved in this next organization. You know their names were talking about all birds. Amazon Lulu Lemon lift Major League baseball uber target. The list is kind of endless and they've got a common interest. It's about strengthening our democracy. And encouraging participation. Now there's 545 of these companies in total. They basically just want to encourage civic participation. Okay, get out involved. So we're going to talk to the executive director of the Civic Alliance. He's Stephen Levine. He's on the phone with us from Los Angeles is also the co founder of Meteorites, Social Impact investors. Steven. It's great to have you. I imagine you guys have been quite busy over the last few months. We definitely have Kaylie and thank you for having me on this evening. I appreciate it. A CZ you mentioned the Civic Alliance is a nonpartisan business coalition that is strengthening our democracy by supporting face healthy and accessible elections. And by really inspiring every American to participate in our democracy. And I'm really proud of the work that we've seen so many extraordinary cos. Lead this here many for the first time encouraging both their employees and their consumers. Tio specifically active and get out and vote. Can you give us some specifics on what you've done? What kind of what kind of efforts Absolutely. So we've helped many companies, many major employers think about what policies they could have to make sure that all of their employees not only feel supported but also encouraged to vote. We're very proud to share that companies like best buy and Tax office are actually closing their retail locations. Either early or opening them late on election day to make sure that all of their employees have time off to vote. Other companies are closing completely for the day like Fiat, Chrysler on Patagonia, which are literally shutting down all of their operations on election day to make sure that their employees have the time they need to vote. We're also helping companies think about how they can message and provide all of their employees and consumers with the latest information about the different ways that Americans can vote in this election cycle. 20 is definitely a unique election cycle because you can say that again. The challenges represents so so we're really we're really excited that that many companies are are helping to fill in the gaps and educate Americans about about how they can vote early this year. Interesting fact. 99% of Americans can cast their ballot before Election Day in 2020, and we're thrilled that more than 75 million Americans already have. It's pretty just 30 million more than 60 students. It's no forgive me. I'm interrupting you. It's staggering, though. When you kind of get your head around those numbers. It's also staggering that you know, we talked about a story last week. About a Silicon Valley tech CEO that emailed all 10 million of his customers urging a vote for Joe Biden specifically like it used to be go back a few years. It was a no no for CEO or an executive to get out there and talk politically. What's different. We have about a minute and they will come back and continue. Okay, Great. Well, what I would say. First of all, I want to reiterate that specific alliances a nonpartisan all right, No, I understand Organization, but I think it's pretty exciting is that I think companies have started to realize that that civic engagement, nonpartisan civic engagement actually isn't partisan or political. It's patriotic and its civic And I think what we've seen is that because employees are really pushing companies take stands on important social issues. Companies are in turn, turning back to their employees and their consumers and saying, You know what? We will take a stand and we're taking a stand to encourage you to vote and really helped shape our country's future in our communities future and so I think. Encouraging voting and civic engagement eyes really the both politically safest and a really powerful move that many, many companies they're coming? Yeah, I would say employees. Consumers also, you know,
How Washington DC voters in long Election Day lines can get free pizza
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