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"All of your well -laid plans are going to be put to rest by the Bitcoin market. You know, I was very confident we were going to over 100k, I think a lot of people were. Then we didn't. And then I was equally confident, I was like, well, if the top wasn't as high, then maybe the bottom won't be as low. And then I was like, probably 30k, the bottom would be like 30k. And then it was, it was faster to 16. And that really shook a lot of people out, man. I mean, it was brutal. I knew people personally who were getting faken. Most people were just totally inconsolable. They're addicted to their fear. Fear like gets real close to you and it talks in your ear and it convinces you that it's correct. You've got to just push past that and you just you can't give in to fear. This is the Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast, a show where Average Joe firefighters explore the most important monetary technology of the 21st century. We talk Bitcoin, we talk finance and we talk shit. 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This is only like a few weeks ago, right? It's it's good, man. I love having kids. Kids are the best. I I think parents like to complain about having kids, but like I do with the you know, it's like there's this George Peterson quote, which is like if you weren't going to have kids, like what the fuck would you be doing? That's so special. Like most of us are. Yeah. Yeah. It's not like I'm going to be inventing, you know, a new a new like equation for quantum field theory or something like I'm not doing any of that. So like, yeah, string theory is just a bit above our heads as well, you know? Right, exactly. So hanging out with the kids and, you know, playing Uno or goofing around is like, that's where I'm at. That's my song, right? The other thing you are, but I think of my kids just went back to school. So now I have like full days with nothing to do, but what I want to do. And you start to realize, like, what do people without kids in their thirties and forties do? There's just, oh, yeah, exactly. Yeah. You basically just get drunk in different locations. You're like, yeah, I went to Dublin and I got drunk and then I went to Istanbul and I got drunk and then I went to Rio de Ignar and I got drunk and you're like, okay, that's I didn't get drunk here. I got beer here, you know? Uh, yeah, people, people end up and I don't want to shit in the mouth of, of non parents here right off the bat, but fuck it. Let's do it. Everybody should have kids. It's well worth it. And I think at least based on my circle, most people I see that don't end up having children really, really wish they did. They get into their late thirties, forties and fifties and they realize, oh, I see what this whole thing's about. Um, highly recommend it. Get out there. Fuck everybody. Start fucking, start reproducing. Let's expand the species. Let's get more Bitcoiners. Yeah. Listen, if you don't have a, if you don't have kids, I consider you weak hands, you know, cause there's no one to get a huddle after your debt. So what you only got like max, you know, 40, 50 years of huddling there. All right. Like we need to extend that out. Seven generation thinking like my boy, Marty bent says, you know, I listened to you with, uh, the, your most recent chat with Peter and Peter was spending some time saying like, I love smart huddle. I like the glasses. I like the refined civilized huddle and Josh were like, Josh and I were like, fuck that shit. We want total huddle. If you don't deliver that today, you fucked up. Cause we need you fully unleashed my friend. All right. I mean, I'll do my best. Let's see what I got. Firehouse humor. Yeah. Oh yeah. I think you'd fit right into the firehouse based on some of the stuff I've heard you, uh, spew over the, over the years, I think you'd fit right in, especially coffee hour, eight o 'clock in the morning, just a bunch of degenerates. I don't know if you guys have seen the new Shane Gillis stand up on Netflix, but that's like my barometer for humor. Just like extremely immature playground humor, the way we used to talk to each other, you know, third grade. Yeah, exactly. Those are sort of litmus tests for like how far you can go culturally. You're like, Oh, we weren't allowed to say that 10 years ago. He just went that far in that, in that Netflix special. I guess that's the, that's the tip of the spear for how far we can go. Chappelle broke some boundary. A lot of people have broken boundaries on Netflix in the last, comedy in general has been regressive over the last 10 or 15 years. Like every, so many things have been taboo to say, especially for comedians, which really ruins comedians and only like Dave Chappelle can get away with it and a few others, but comedy has really been shit on in the last 10 years. I think the left went too far and they canceled basically too many people and you can't cancel everybody because then now you just have like half the country that's canceled. Right. And so, you know, all the canceled people, it's not like you killed them. Like they're still alive and they're just like, you know what? I don't give a shit about being canceled. And that's like where everybody's at nowadays. And so I am starting to see, like, I think the, you know, canceled culture has peaked and now we're on the other side of canceled culture. And there's a bunch, bunch of people who basically realize like, if you don't cancel yourself, nobody can really cancel you. You just, you just choose not to give a shit about it. I think it was actually Trump that taught everybody that maneuver. Right. Which is like, you know, whatever, I don't care, whatever you say about me, I don't give a fuck, you know, whatever. Uh, and you know, he's just going to, he's just going to keep going out there and calling you stormy horse face Daniels or whatever. He doesn't keep a shit. And you can be like, you know, you were the worst president ever. He'd be like, that's false. That was the best, best president. So you just don't let any of it get in there. You just go, no, he broke a ton of clown barriers. Trump did. He was masterful with the way he could do that. And if that guy had one characteristic that I admire, it's his ability to spin move out of any accusation by calling the other person, an ingenious nickname that stuck, like just nailed it every single time nickname ever. I think it was low energy Jeb. Who comes up with low energy Jeb. And then you would look at him and you'd be like, man, he is really low energy. Yeah, these things work a cup of coffee, you know, shortcut narratives are really effective. Speaking of presidents, you guys see Biden the other day and it was a yesterday in Vietnam. He literally got hooked off the stage because he started mumbling nonsense about something that was far off of what they were talking about. They turned his mic off while he was talking and he kept talking. And then they had an announcer get on and basically say, oh, you're done here, Mr. President, get, they got the hook out and they pulled him off stage. It was like, watch, watch this clip. Yeah, it was, it was insane. Shepherd came out. It was full blown, like, all right, get this fucking guy out of here before he makes us look even dumber. Unbelievable. You know, in a nation of 360 some odd million Americans, I think many of us are very intelligent. Uh, the last two presidents have been kind of, you know, not up to snuff, right? Like where are our good people, you know, like, yeah, we're not sending our best anymore, unfortunately. It is comical, but it's also downright embarrassing because, and I've heard enough out of you to know that you'll agree with this, I'm still very proud to be an American, I think there's a lot of wonderful things that this, this country stands for and imbues and, and it's done and it's, it's a downhill slope right now on both sides. And I just laugh at, I mean, obviously like most Bitcoiners and Josh and I are aligned on this, I just, both sides are in full blown, full frontal clown mode and, and anybody that's latching onto either candidate at this point, I almost lose respect for it. It's like, how can you take either of these guys seriously? But we need to dig out of that. Like that, that needs to be fixed to your point. That's not something that that's healthy for the average American citizen to just be resigned to the fact that the leader of the entire nation is a complete idiot, we need to dig out of that and hopefully reverse that trend. Well, you know, in general, I lean conservative usually, but I actually have been, uh, you know, found myself very intrigued by Robert F Kennedy Jr. And it's not just because he's a Bitcoiner, but I think he really has the discourse into the Overton window, right? Like by basically being like, why am I not, I'm a Democrat my whole life. My father was, you know, a president, a Senator, a presidential candidate. My uncle was killed. He was one of the most popular democratic presidents of all time. Why am I not allowed to say this? Why am I not allowed to have opinions or questions? And yet in America, I feel like anytime we lose our foundational principle, which is, you know, free speech, anytime we're losing that we're losing our soul as a almost anything you want without significant repercussions, that's, that's just how things are. Like, obviously if you say something that's very racist or hateful or homicidal or genocidal or something, then people are going to be, they're gonna have a lot of feelings about it, but there's very little speech. That's actually illegal speech, right? And we should be able to, yeah, just get together in a room and discuss things as Americans. That's a very rare thing. Like that's, that's not something that you find in almost any other culture on earth. You know, I was talking to Peter McCormick McCormick about this, but like the British sarcastic, dry humor that they're all known for that is because they don't have free speech. So they have to be sarcastic. That's never occurred to me before that either. Right. They have a shield to hide behind and they can be like, Oh, come on, mate. I was just taking the piss. Whereas we as Americans can just say what the fuck we actually think, which is a more effective system. They, they have to, I mean, I'm glad it happened because I love British humor. Yeah. They have to show a side boob. They can't go full frontal. You know what I mean? Exactly. Gentlemen. I'm sure you guys will both agree with this point as well. So we've got these clown puppet leaders that we're, we're just accosted with every four years and have to deal with the shit sandwich or the giant douche. And we've got to pick between the two of them. But then there's also like every time there's like, I mean, I'd say most times there's a new law, some new bullshit with COVID that happened in the last couple of years, I'm stunned by the stupidity and heavy handedness, which a lot of this stuff comes down. And it's like, it's like, I'm disappointed by how bad these takes can be and how bad these real changes are and how overbearing a lot of this has been, especially in the last few years. But it seems like every time a new law is, is instantiated, it's just feels wrong on its face. And I feel like people are so numbed to it at this point that they just say, they just expect it to be the wrong thing instead of what we would prefer to have. Or I think people from our circles would prefer to have at least. What are your thoughts on that? About how there's just like this numbness about how these people operate. Well, there's, you know, we're recording this on nine 11 and one of the reasons I wanted to record with you guys, cause you're both firefighters and I think not, you know, we're all around the same age. Nine 11 was the seminal moment of our young lives. And obviously like certainly had an effect on both of you, I'm sure. And I'd love to hear your stories about that. Um, but you know, to me, I'm, I'm, I have a good, I have a great memory. That's it's a gift and a curse. And one of the things that, uh, I remember is the world pre nine 11. I remember what it was like, and we're now living in an entirely different world. That's not better. It's a worst world. You know, we have an, a heightened security state, a heightened surveillance state. I mean, you used to be able to just, you know, what is TSA really accomplished? Like, did they prevent any new, uh, atrocities? I don't think they did because one guy tried to bomb a shoe bomber shoes, and now we are going to take off my, I got to take off my fucking band, slip -ons every time, you know what I mean? And your belt crying shame. Yeah. Yeah. Fucking shoe bomber. I mean, it is, it is like, we appreciate you bringing that up. It is, uh, in the fire service, it's, it's the day of the year. Um, and it, it's been said for a couple of decades now, never forget. But I feel like the fire service, Josh has done a pretty good job of not forgetting. Like you still see it on a lot of fire trucks. Every single firehouse around the country is honoring it today. There's a moment of silence that comes over dispatch. There's events that happen every year and yeah, I don't know. This is just a complete sidebar on nine 11, but it was fucking insane. Fucking insane. I was in sixth grade. I remember where I was as everyone does. Um, and wasn't fully able to appreciate the magnitude, but as the years have gone watching back in the documentaries and thinking through just like from our vantage point, um, I, Josh, we've talked about this before with our career. Like there is a degree of submission to risk. It doesn't happen very often. We don't want to overplay the hero card here. And the vast majority of our job where paramedics, we rotate ambulance to fire truck, but when this shit happens, it's real. And you've kind of sworn an oath to not have a choice, but to go into that, if that happens in your career, that second story bedroom to risk your life for a kid or whatever, all those men and women that went into that building, obviously hindsight's 2020, but if we worked in New York at that time and, and had the badge on, we would have had, we would have done the exact same thing. So, um, yeah, the heroism that existed by I agree, like to, to get, to get back off the nine 11 is just like, what, how has the world improved in any way, shape or form since then? And it has not in many ways, it's devolved in the opposite direction and we need new currents that flow the opposite way that, that get us back to a lot of American ideals, which is part of what we've latched onto the most about what you've said. And spoken into this community. Totally. We see, uh, so the Patriot act was instantiated right afterwards, which took away a whole, it added surveillance, took away a whole bunch of fundamental rights. And it was supposed to be sunsetted. I don't remember if it was five or 10 years after nine 11, but they extended it and they've continued to extend it since then. It's again, back to what we were just talking about. Like these, it's almost like a peg in, they get a foothold in and the politicians never relinquish any power whatsoever. It's always another step up. Another squeezing of, of the populace. They peg a shit coin into, into American ideals, kind of like potentially pegging shit coins into Bitcoin with drive chains. I don't know. Maybe we ended up today. Smooth transition there. I can't think of a worse way to honor all of the brave guys, you know, who ran into the towers when they were on fire. Then what we've done in the aftermath of nine 11, you know, I just can't think of a worse world. I saw it. I saw an Instagram post that actually made me pretty emotional. It was a, you know, young, pretty girl. She's probably in her like late twenties now. And she went to visit the Memorial cause her father was FDNY and he ran into the building. He ran into tower two and he collapsed on him and she grew up her whole life without her father. Right. And he made the ultimate sacrifice. And that's something that you guys have to, you know, that's an interesting conversation actually like around risk.
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A highlight from WIN Home Inspection with Jeff Starr
"Episode number 500 is up next on the veteran on the move podcast Ten years of podcasting 500 interviews with the veteran community great military veteran military spouse entrepreneurs out there Holy cow, I can't believe it's ten years in 500 episodes. Thank you for listening. Thank you for all your support Looking forward to another 500 episodes another 10 years Jeff star with win home inspection is up next on veteran on the move Welcome Welcome to veteran on the move if you're a veteran in transition an entrepreneur wannabe or someone still stuck in that J -o -b trying to escape this podcast is dedicated to your success And now your host Joe crane Whether you're taking a trip to relax or see somewhere new You deserve a travel card that does the work for you for more on Navy Federal's flagship rewards visit Navy federal org Coastguard veteran Jeff star from win home inspection Jeff 30 -plus years in the Coast Guard. That's awesome Looking forward to talking about business and entrepreneurship what you're doing these days. So take us back Tell us what you did in the Coast Guard Hey Joe, thanks for having me on your show. Well, it actually started in high school I joined the Missouri National Guard when I was 17 went to boot camp in Portland win, Missouri Graduated from that went back to high school and did my senior year and then moved on to AIT which is the training for the army and I was a tactical radio communicator So basically I carried a backpack radio and worked on their radios got a chance to go to Germany For a large NATO US exercise and kind of opened up my world view and my eyes a little bit You know as an 18 year old coming out of Missouri central, Missouri There's a you know, I lived in farmland. So I got to see what was going on there now I'm in another country traveling around with people that are a lot older than me that been around so Got a got a good view into a little bit about what the world was going what was going on in the world So fast forward I decided to go to college I'm in college pursuing a degree in aviation and Too much college activities and not enough good enough grades and they they gave me the invitation not to return You gotta see MSU Yes, yeah, right there in Lawrenceburg. Yep Yep, so great program great school Just it wasn't a good time for me at that time too. I wasn't ready So now I'm deciding what am I gonna do am I gonna join the army and Start seeing some commercials about the Coast Guard on TV. I'm like in Missouri You don't see a lot of Coast Guard, you know, because we're in the center of the country. We're landlocked There's there is a Coast Guard there. I found out later on but not to my knowledge at the time So I get in my car. I live in Colombia and I drive to st. Louis to see a recruiter I get the recruiters office goes. Hey, thank you for your interest But I can't recruit you you live on the wrong side of the Missouri River you need to go to Kansas City So now back in the car driving to Kansas City and Get all the stuff done and there's an eight -month wait list to get in so I go ahead and sign the paperwork and delay entry finally getting the Coast Guard and After graduating boot camp, I end up going to Tillamook Bay, Oregon So basically they've got a motor lifeboats that are like the tanks in the water They're meant to take 30 40 foot waves you get there the windows are made of bulletproof glass 300 bulletproof glass you get into the boat and You strap in with a helmet your dry suit and the seat belts and buckle in And you go out there and take waves and try not to take waves But sometimes you have to for the fishing boat to fleet that's coming in So what an exciting job, you know at 21 years old you're out there charging these giant waves Get in beat up by the waves and pulling people out of water and rescuing them It could have ended right there. I could have stayed in that job forever. It was it was amazing. It was an adrenaline rush But I wanted to do aviation still So I put my name on the school list to go to aviation the Coast Guard and I went to Elizabeth City, North Carolina for and Electronics avionics Had to wait a year for that school, so I got to play around in Oregon for a while the school 38 weeks Learn how to do all the component repair of all the electronics on the plane Graduated from there and get my first units in Traverse City, Michigan like where's Traverse City, Michigan and it's all the way up north and As far it's in the northern part of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan So and at the time they were flying Of course each series or what the army would have or other services BC Kings or or Jolly Green Giants So I get there and I learned that after going to school all this time. I really don't know anything So it's time. It's time to start learning. You're an apprentice. So, you know, you start learning everything about the plane and the organization And Soon as I learned everything about the HCI thought I needed to know we transitioned to 60s So then we get the Seahawks the Coast Guard version of the Seahawk so got to do that and so spend eight to ten years Learning, you know my craft and trade and and just enjoying the Coast Guard You know the camaraderie the people in the organization the mission And then took a took my next tour to Alaska So I got to go to Kodiak, Alaska and help them transition because nobody was qualified to fly the 60s yet only the first units so I got to go up there and help stand up the program and Start, you know training everybody and flying that mission with the 60 But they didn't have the 60s yet. So I had to go back to the X trees and fly that again So it's kind of flying in both at the same time. So it was nice I mean I was getting you know, three and four hundred hours a year flight time and You know, it was Alaska some of the most beautiful flying you can imagine we do stuff that you know, I couldn't pay for So got to do that And then after leaving Traverse City or after leaving Kodiak my transition again to another helicopter I moved in Detroit and we moved to the Eurocopter 65 Which is a smaller business corporate helicopter that the Coast Guard uses for its ship based operations so I got to do that and then I'm starting to roll up on my my my 20 20 years it's gonna be coming up here pretty soon. I'm at 15. I'm starting to think what am I gonna do? So I started doing, you know different college programs. So they give my associate degree Well, I got my associate degree knocked out while I still in Detroit and then we go back to Alaska where? I'm within a two -year window now so planning on Transitioning out at 20. I go ahead and get my my Microsoft engineering degree And then that takes a year to do that so the tour in Alaska is only three years so back to Traverse City and I'm looking at getting out at that point in time and that's where I start my first business up there I started business in 2002 building computer repair computers and servicing Computers for large corporations. Yeah, where did the where the desire to where the desire to search your own business come from? Um, well, I knew I needed to get out and I didn't really want to it was gonna be hard to replace an organization I'm already in I didn't necessarily want to work for a company Yeah, and so doing my own thing in my own, you know not have to rely on somebody else To get the job done because I know I can do the job and I wanted to do it myself So there was a desire. I did that job for about four years and then Lo and behold I promoted myself out of my position. I was in in Traverse City So it was either I was in you seven at the time and I was gonna make a yay So like okay, where can I go and you know make that kind of money? I'm not I'm not generating that kind of income at this point in time So kind of put that in the back burner and shelved it for a while also, I was seeing I'd get my Microsoft degree and I saw that everything was getting outsourced and Working on hands -on technology You're always chasing the certification because everything's changing so quickly within the computer industry I wasn't sure how how much I wanted to stay continually chasing that certification So decide to go back to school we transfer to Miami at that point and That was a Big culture shift going from Alaska to Traverse City down to Miami because the missions are different. Yeah cold to hot Right. So I went more from more of a search and rescue law enforcement to more of a law enforcement search and rescue So the emphasis was more on law enforcement down in Florida with the international treaties and border protection type mission So I started going back to school again get my bachelor's degree and Finished up that and then again, so I wasn't looking at getting out at that point. We're at year 24 at that point Promoted again made Master Chief for E9 and was waiting and Wanted to go back to Detroit fortunately, nobody else wanted to go back to Detroit and I was able to pick up that job as The command enlisted advisor working for the CEO in Detroit What great job great experience wonderful people I worked with and then at that point I started working on my master's degree and business with Masters in health care administration some kind of shotgunning, you know the different things I'm planning on doing when I get out I want to make sure I could cover all the bases. I had done troop the teacher signed up for it Got a degree in history got a degree and business and then what got an MBA and then an MHA and Didn't do any of that when I got out So, what was your transition like you end up getting the JOB and was it smooth on the way out because I mean you're you're prepared educational wise but What was the twist in turn? Yeah, it's interesting because you know and it's not from the organization you don't hear but I think ourselves we underestimate our Capabilities when we're in we're thinking hey, we're in this job We've been doing the same job on the military side But when I get out I'm gonna I don't I can't how do I deal with and how do I work in that? Organization, you know, how do I fit in and how do I provide value? Yeah, and hey Jeff before before we get too far? let's take a quick break and Re -attack this on the way back Getting a new car is exciting and you deserve a hassle -free buying experience You can get a decision in seconds and enjoy great rates with everything You need in one place Navy Federalist Car Buying Center is your one -stop shop for researching Financing buying protecting and enjoying your next car you can search for new and used cars access vehicle history reports enjoy discounts on auto insurance and more and you can make the most of your time on the road wherever you go with our flagship credit card whether you're taking a trip to relax or see somewhere new You deserve a travel card does the work for you in my 33 years as a Navy Federal member I've had the flagship credit card since it first came out and we use our travel points all the time flagship credit card will earn you three times points on travel plus up to $100 in statement credits towards TSA pre -check or global entry and a free year of Amazon Prime With two times the points on all purchases outside of travel the rewards don't have to end where your vacation does For more on Navy Federalist Car Buying experience and flagship rewards visit navyfederal .org Open armed forces DoD veterans and their families credit and collateral subject to approval Navy Federalist insured by NCUA Visa is a registered service mark of Visa used by Navy Federal under license All right back talking with Coast Guard veteran Jeff Starr from Wynn Home Inspection so Jeff anyways failed to mention We talked about this for you at the record button your episode number 500 Which is a major milestone for any podcast or any podcaster So I wish I had a door prize for you or something, but I just didn't acknowledge Yeah, you're one of the few coasties I've had on the show.
How Bad Can Pete Buttigieg Screw up the Department of Transportation?
"Time they don't planes now on time they want you to blame the airlines ladies and gentlemen the airlines aren't in charge of traffic control the Network 5G switch over on July 1st what genius came up with doing that on one of the busiest weekends in travel history? the government did they had all kind of rules involving pilots and other people who work on planes mechanics and of course the price of fuel is going through the roof I mean I don't even know how the airlines are profitable are they profitable I don't even know how they stay in the air quite frankly but much of it is government run if not government run government control through the back door I mean the airports are TSA there's no reason TSA is government run I'm not opposed to many the Patriots here they always say hi and I want to say hi back it's nothing to do with them they are fine fine people I really had no problem with TSA one of the big wigs actually the next -door neighbor is a great guy one of us by the way and my point is this administration will never talk about privatizing things it's always amazed me when we say things like it it's too important it's so important we're gonna turn over Joe Biden and the government might as well
"tsa" Discussed on WTOP
"To long fence dot com today and schedule your free in home estimate. 1210 on WTO, money news at ten and 40 with Jeff claw. Artificial intelligence chip maker in Vita has become the first computer chip maker to reach a market value of $1 trillion its stock continues last week's rally after reporting sales that were 50% higher than expected with AI research and development expanding in Vita stock is up almost a 160% this year. We might be getting more concerned about the economy. The conference board's monthly consumer confidence survey fell to a 6 month low, confidence about the economy now 6 months from now and own personal finances were all lower. Travelers who paid a cut in the airport TSA lanes are increasingly complaining that they're clear membership lines are getting long. Clear costs a $189 a year clears membership has grown by 53% just in the last year, it's as it is adding extra lanes at dulles. The Dow is down a 121 points. The S&P 500 is up three, the NASDAQ's up 63, Jeff cable, double TLB news. Money news brought to you by General Dynamics information technology. At General Dynamics information technology, we believe that technology is only as powerful as the people behind it, apply now at GDIT dot com slash careers. Still to come on WTO. A local county forces
TSA is testing facial recognition at more airports, raising privacy concerns
"The transportation security administration is testing the use of facial recognition technology at a handful of airports across the country, a traveler puts their driver's license into a slot that reads the card. Then looks at a camera on a screen about the size of an iPad. It captures an image and compares it to the ID. While we are trying to do with this is a the officers to actually determine that you are who you say you are. Jason Lim with TSA showed off the technology at the Baltimore Washington international thurgood Marshall airport. Once the process is complete. As well your life photo is deleted upon which. Jeremy Scott with the electronic privacy information center would like to see some kind of audit. To ensure accuracy to make sure that disproportionately impacting certain groups of people. Scott is also worried what his optional now may soon be mandatory. Right now, facial recognition technology is at 16 airports. I'm Ed Donahue
"tsa" Discussed on WTOP
"45. I'm Nick I and Ellie. And I'm Sean Anderson. Thanks for being with us. While this coming Memorial Day weekend could be the busiest in more than two decades, triple-A is projecting 42 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from their homes. Next Friday is expected to be the busiest day on the roads. So how do you beat the traffic? Well, you could leave next Wednesday and get out the door early, or you could look, if it's convenient, leave Saturday morning, and miss some of the traffic, what they're seeing, increasingly, is that what was a three day weekend is stretching into sort of like a 6 day summer kick-off for a lot of people. So Thursday mornings, not a bad time to try to leave. Tuesday evening may not be a bad time to leave her Tuesday midday. Just sort of think about the peak times where people are going to look to maximize their weekends, don't travel during them. That's CBS senior transportation correspondent Chris van cleve. Well, if you will be flying the TSA is testing facial recognition technology at several airports around the country, including a couple around here, your CBS News senior travel adviser, Peter Greenberg. With Asia recognition that they're doing is not very much different than what clear has been doing for a long time where it's biometrically reading your eyes and then giving you a basically approval to bypass most other security and go right to the front of the line. Now, travelers insert their ID card into a slot and look into a camera, which captures their image and compares it to the ID, BWI, and Reagan national BWI Marshall and Reagan national are both part of the pilot program, though you won't find it at every TSA checkpoint. Now, the TSA reminds you this pilot program is voluntary, and they say it's accurate. However, critics are raising concern about bias in facial recognition technology as well as civil liberty issues. Even as 77 year old senator can be a swiftie, this one says not only does he love Taylor Swift, he's hoping to make changes when it comes to the ticket process
"tsa" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Have here in the middle of May and already this month, a TSA at every airport saying they have found even more firearms and carry on bags here at local airports, Eric Johnson. Helping to put an end to your TSA has found three firearms in carry on luggage at Payne field, 39 at sea tac through all of 2022. There were just four firearms found at pain and a 113 at sea tech, firearms can be transported on a commercial aircraft only if they are unloaded, packed in a locked hard sided case and placed in checked baggage. Does he time for a lot of folks coming to the city today, of course, we've got hockey with a kraken and Dallas later on today and of course just with a nice butter. When I come to the city and a joy pike place market, the waterfront in so many different ideas here. Keep in mind, we'll have traffic every ten minutes on the forest before we get to John's outlook here what we have on the roads right now. Keep in mind we have overnight closures headed for the hood canal bridge here in the next few days here. One of which is going to start tonight about midnight, Washington State Department of Transportation. Let me correct out saying 10 o'clock tonight till 6 a.m. tomorrow. We're thinking of this because the fact that many people planning a day were on the Peninsula, may go all the way across the bridge, of course, up to port Angeles and Sequoia may be as far as the whole river. And if you're coming back with a daylight, well past 9 o'clock, again, beat that bridge, right, closure again, 10 o'clock tonight. You can check with the website here is what they have in mind here for pedestrians, a bicycles for alternates and for dates coming in the days ahead on this closures as well. Single car crash Friday morning, granite falls, sending three people to the hospital, what we've learned for people in a car when a veered into a pole shortly before 11 a.m. on the mountain loop highway. So how much county sheriff's office saying they were right there to investigate cause of the crash had not been determined as they still look into matters. And we're hearing Seattle police arresting a man who they say harassed 9-1-1 operators for three months. Police say the man would call 9-1-1 and threaten whatever dispatch or answered the phone. The threats eventually escalated, the man also threatened and prominent city state and federal politicians. Seattle police S.W.A.T. later arresting the man who has a history involving felony crimes 44 year old now booked for multiple counts on felony harassment. Mariners on the road are tigers. We had a good win yesterday night at two both teams at it again today. And we've got this must win game 6. Here it is. Second round of the NHL playoffs for the Stanley Cup. We've got Dallas back in town with the kraken a climate pledge arena drop of the puck today. Take note at 4 p.m.
Sonya LaBosco: Francine Kerner Is the Swamp
"Unfortunately the reputations of many have been tarnished by the actions of some and it's getting increasingly disturbing how the 1811 class and the class of federal investigators and weapons carriers have been used for seemingly political missions Sonya we've seen it before We've seen it with the investigation of parents who showed up at school board meetings being classified as domestic terrorists And I'm glad that they have people like you who can speak up Are you getting this information filtering up Because I want people to feel at ease that there's at least a class of gun carriers and badge carriers that object to this type of stuff Are they saying the folks out there that we're not going to do this We're not going to spy on people on planes who've done nothing wrong Is there kind of an upswell there people just upset with this There is a very huge upswell Dan because as federal law enforcement we don't have a side Every American is our side right We choose for safety reasons We choose to protect others We don't care if you're a Democrat or a Republican When you buy an airplane ticket it doesn't designate on the ticket you're a Democrat or a Republican Everybody's traveling everybody should feel safe We're being put into this pigeonhole in this position by bureaucrats who want to promote up and suck up to the Biden administration I mean let me tell you about the head of the snake within our agency Do you want to hear who's the head of the snake is in two states driving this Okay the headed snake is our office of chief counsel francine kerner We call her the lowest learner of TSA She is unelected and unaccountable She is a holdover from the Clinton administration to leak specific information about whitewater to people outside the investigation How in the world did this lady who has proven herself to be unappropriate get a position within TSA as our chief counsel She is driving this She is the swamp
Congress to consider new no-fly list for unruly passengers
"Congress will consider a new, no fly list for unruly air passengers. Airline unions unsuccessfully pushed last year. It's aimed at letting the TSA ban people convicted or fined for either resulting or interfering with airline crew members. It's a bipartisan effort in both chambers from Senate Democrat Jack Reed, who notes while incidents dropped sharply after masks were no longer required on planes. But the epidemic of air rage continues to house Republican, Brian Fitzpatrick. There's got to be strong deterrent, strong punishments and wild frontier flight attendants share tailors all in favor. Bad behavior should not fly. Civil libertarians say they'll fight the ban. Individual airlines have their own lists of banned passengers but resist sharing with other carriers. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
eToro Taps Moneyfarm to Provide UK Clients with Stocks Shares ISA
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TSA Air Marshal Recruitment-Marshal intro and wrap
"The transportation security administration held a recruitment event at Newark liberty international airport. The TSA is looking to hire more than 400 new air Marshals. After 9 11, we had a large group of people who found a calling with the federal error Marshall service. And they are all due to retire. So we are in need of this hiring. Supervisory federal air marshal Daniel kooza says they were especially looking for women air Marshals. Assistant special agent Daniel Brown says not everyone is cut out to be an air marshal. We are the last line of defense. We want to make sure that we get the very best of the best. A Damien Jackson Brown applied to be an air marshal in Newark, the reasons he applied. Travel, see the world, take one day at a time. And protect. Air marshal candidates must have excellent eyesight in handgun sharpshooting skills and must be able to blend in on a crowded airplane 30,000 feet in the sky. I'm Ed Donahue
"tsa" Discussed on a16z
"Guy safe and blue teeth. You know, ten years working blue TSA business I could put Harry Steen into this and just get the demo out and just prove that this is the concept we're building for. And of course, you know, I talked to my Friends and they're like, yeah, Steve don't do it. I've hopped in my parents. Like, yeah, this is really bad. So I decided to do it. Naturally. I think the convention came from what we saw in the marketing location based VR was a company that raised a hundred times more money than we did with a product we felt was not in the right direction. I think at that time, people that raised a lot of money were about how do you interface with the environment. You can touch the wall at speed. And we're like, yeah, that's kind of cool, but great thing about games is really about playing a game with each other, right? The game object isn't environment. It is your Friends. Nobody built for that. We knew that people wanted that. That was a conviction. So that's when I decided to basically take my life saving and put it into sandbox. And I remember the moment I did that, I was at the bank even the bank executive of like, are you sure you want to do that? That's like 95% of your scene. I'm like, yeah, let's go. But it wasn't done in isolation because at that time we were down to a team of 6 and I had to sit down with them and I said, like, look, I couldn't get any more funding. This is it. I'm going to have to shut down the company. But I do have this much money left, and I'm just going to put everything in it. But if I do that, I will need all of you to be fully committed to go for this. Now, if you're not that's okay, and I'll just shut the company down. But if I'm going to do this, we're going to fight for it. And then we sat down and started going and everyone gave the vote. Fortunately, everyone agreed to fight on for the next 6 months to make it happen. That's amazing. I have to ask you, it sounds like you and your team maybe saw something that other people, whether it be investors, whether it be other founders, didn't see at the time, and there are many reasons to say that this won't work, right? As I mentioned before, you're doing both hardware and software, you also are focusing on a social element, which means that you don't only need to convince one person you need to convince many people to show up,
Record 6,542 guns intercepted at US airport security in '22
"The transportation security administration is concerned about the number of guns being intercepted at U.S. airports. The TSA says last year 6542 guns were intercepted at airport checkpoints across the country that an all time high, with the exception of pandemic disrupted 2020 the number of weapons intercepted at airport checkpoints has climbed every year since 2010, and nearly every one caught claims to have forgotten they had a gun with them. The TSA says guns being intercepted tends to happen more at bigger airports in areas with laws more friendly to carrying a gun, the top ten airports were gun interceptions and 2022 were Dallas Austin and Houston in Texas, three airports in Florida, Nashville Tennessee, Atlanta, Phoenix, and Denver. I'm Donna water
"tsa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Businessweek with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stenavich from Bloomberg radio. Just over two and a half million passengers pass through U.S. airport checkpoints last Sunday, according to transportation security administration data. We're talking about the TSA. That's the most in a single day since before the COVID-19 pandemic up about four and a half percent from the same day last year again, according to the TSA. Still, the one day tally fell about 11% shy, the same figure in 2019. That's when 2.88 million travelers were screened with a look at the travel scene this past weekend and what may be to come. A Bloomberg market senior editor Mike Regan and Carol spoke with priceline CEO Brett Keller on the heels of a cross country flight to the east coast. The plane was completely packed, you know, a little bit of a delay coming into New York, but overall, you know, the Thanksgiving period of travel across the country was very smooth. You know, Bret obviously inflation spend the hot topic all year. I'm wondering what you're seeing as far as prices in the travel hotel, airfare, that sort of thing. Are they rising as much as CPI would suggest something like 7, 8%? Actually a little hotter than that. Depends on whether you're booking a flight or book in a hotel, but they're both up on the hotel side. Prices up 7, 8% versus where they were a year ago today. So a little less in the CPI. But when you look at flies, they're closer to 15 to 20%, especially if you're flying overseas. So with the cost of jet fuel, you know, really up 50% where it was a year ago. That's pushing prices higher along with labor costs. And consumers seem to be shaking off those higher prices. They continue to prioritize travel over other purchases and are really hitting the road. So here at priceline, you know, we're really seeing good, healthy travel demand. October actually accelerated from where it was in August and September, as we look into next year, patterns seem to be holding up, at least so far. So are we back at 2019 levels based on what you're seeing off your platform, Brett? Yeah, we're very close on the hotel front. You just look at industry data broadly for the hotel category. They're occupancy rates are just about where they were in 2019. Maybe a percentage point below, but very healthy. On the flight side, even higher in the 90s in terms of capacity utilization. So things look pretty good in the industry right now. And consumers no longer have any COVID concerns, especially here in domestic travel in the U.S. and we're seeing a really strong demand into Europe. And now starting into Asia as they've lifted restrictions there. Let me just follow on that. So I am always curious, Brett, on a platform like yours. I mean, how much visibility do you have looking out? Is it a couple of months? Is it 6 months? Is it 12 months? What kind of visibility do you have in terms of what the environment might be for travel heading into 2023? Sure. Well, the average booking window for a consumer booking out into the future is usually pretty close in two, three to four weeks. That's really where most of the bookings happen. But we do see well into the future. People will book out two, three, and four months for certain types of vacations. And so that's a good proxy for what we're seeing. And so far, that data looks pretty good. Things are still relatively healthy as we look into the future into first quarter of next year. So demand again appears to be holding up. And we'll see where it goes from there. But so far, we're happy with how things are playing out in the travel space. You know, Brad, I think probably a lot of listeners hit your site, looking for a deal. Of course, or any tips on how to save a few bucks in this holiday season, considering prices of everything are higher, are there any sort of tricks of the trade you could share with us? Yeah, absolutely. Listen, this is why priceline was founded 25 years ago was to help consumers navigate a very complex space and find savings
"tsa" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"And not be able to have any sort of recourse for these people who do choose to opt out and maybe just say, all right, I understand it's going to take longer in the hiring process, but I feel more comfortable if there's a human reviewing my resume than an AI system and I've consented out of this. Yeah, and there's a lot of precedent here. People might say, well, wait a second. If you allow people to opt out of some new technology thing, we're not going to gain any benefit from it because people are going to people tend to not want to change their ways. And they're like, oh, well, if it's a new thing, I don't maybe some people will like it, but most of you will be like, look, I would just rather stick with the old thing because a lot of people are like that. And so you might think that offering an opt out may impact your overall ROI. But there is precedent to thinking about this. It's not simply just views it or not use it. It's providing an alternative, but showing what the difference is, and that alternative. A good precedent is, when TSA, when the transportation safety administration in the United States introduced their full body scanners, the ones where you have to walk in and the things spun around, and you had to raise your hand. People were actually very concerned at the time about some of the privacy issues because some of the early scanners actually revealed a little too much, right? We go back to safety and trust and all sorts of stuff and one of these things we talked about in our responsible AI section is don't collect too much data, right? And in this case, it was actually showing the profile of the person. That was a little too much, right? People wanted to opt out and say that or they had other concerns. Or maybe they just felt like their privacy was being violated. And they're like, we don't want to go through these scanners. So with the TSA said was that, okay, we will allow you to opt out. We can't force you to go through this. I mean, you'd say we won't let you board your plane or we won't let you go through security without doing it. But they knew that that would run in a foul of privacy and personal laws, especially given that there really were a problems with these machines. So they said, well, the alternative is you can go for the full body pat down, right? And their approach is like, well, you can do the thing that's not invasive. In terms of person actually touching you. And you can go through the machine or the alternative as you can go through the full body pat down. But there is no alternative where you could just walk through the metal detector, which was the old approach, right? You can't go back to the old way. And so you could sort of think about, okay, well, what does that mean? So if you have an AI system that's doing a hiring thing where it's a screening, the resumes. And it's providing a valuable function because there's no way if you're like Amazon looking through 10,000 resumes a month. There's no way that a person can do it. And that means that you just wouldn't be able to hire people. You'd have this massive backlog. So what you can tell people is like, okay, if you use our automated AI based application system, we will have a decision for you in like, I don't know, an hour, or whatever the time frame is, you know?
"tsa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lot of injuries. Just worried about trying to make sure you could save as many lives as possible in a situation like that. Officials say the 54 year old driver might have suffered a medical episode when the van flipped over the highway divider, killing him and three others. 8 other people were injured. The van was heading from party city's chest or distribution center to inwood in New York City. The TSA is sharing travel tips for the Labor Day weekend, TSA spokesperson, Lisa farbstein says, no records will be set by the end of this weekend, but airports will still be packed. She's advising travelers to arrive at least 90 minutes ahead of their scheduled flight time, farbstein says TSA crews are fully staffed and ready to keep people moving through security, but she's cautioning passengers to pack their patience in case of flight delays, which has been a common issue this year, more than 13 million passengers are expected to pass through U.S. airports this Labor Day weekend, and Top Gun: Maverick is breaking the U.S. record for digital sales in one week. That's according to paramount, which released the film on digital on August 23rd. The film has brought in more than $1.4 billion from the worldwide box office. That's the latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update, one of the best, if not the best to ever do it, Serena Williams career came to an end on Friday evening at the U.S. open in flushing, defeated by Isla tomjanovich in three sets. Here's an emotional Serena after the match on ESPN. Oh my God, thank you
"tsa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"White House Saturday. One of dozens held across the nation the demonstration organized by women's march ending a week of protests outside the Senate office buildings following the Supreme Court decision to overturn roe V wade. President Biden Friday signed an executive order aimed at protecting access to reproductive healthcare. This has congressional Republicans pushed for a nationwide ban on abortions. A shooting at a Wisconsin grocery store has left two dead and a third person injured. It happened in Milwaukee after store security workers chased a man outside for causing a disturbance. The suspect and security guard exchanged fire, leaving both dead at the scene, NFL star Dwayne Brown is facing charges after walking into LA international airport with a gun in his luggage. The 5 time pro bowler was arrested yesterday afternoon at a TSA checkpoint this morning, Novak Djokovic will begin to compete for his 7th Wimbledon title, the Serbian tennis champ faces off against Nick gyros of Australia. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, big changes arrive on the GWB, starting today if you want to cross the Hudson River from New Jersey into New York on the George Washington bridge. You will go through an electronic tolling system. If you don't have an easy pass and would normally pay cash to get across overhead cameras will take a picture of your license plate and send you a bill in the mail. The move from the port authority of New York and New Jersey comes as a way to help ease congestion on that bridge. Wall Street will focus on U.S. inflation data in the week ahead, Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice reports. Significant slowdown in Labor Department reports on June consumer prices producer prices and import prices. The household inflation rate alone will probably run close to 9% based on Wall Street forecasts. It could be a long slog for the Federal Reserve, which is raising interest rates. It's a contain inflation. The president of the New York fed John Williams says central bankers are strongly committed to knocking inflation down to their 2% target. They need to Bloomberg radio. Bond holders could be at risk in the development of the American Dream mall in the Meadowlands. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Susanna three weeks to go before the American Dream super mall is due to pay debt backed by New Jersey economic development grants, but New Jersey's economic development authority hasn't yet approved a key document needed to release the cash, and that's raising the risk bondholders won't get their money. The three and a half 1 million ft² shopping and entertainment complex in the Meadowlands is scheduled to make a $9.3 million payment on the badens to August 1st, according to a bond filing, Susanna. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Former president Donald Trump had harsh words for billionaire Elon Musk at a rally in Alaska Saturday, accusing the Tesla chief of inconsistency. Trump called it rotten that Musk has decided to pull out of his deal to buy Twitter. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is
The Media Has Never Provided Great Memorial Day Travel Advice
"And I backed this a 100% Dan backs at a 100% I take no responsibility for this hot take but there has never ever ever in the history of the media Ever been good advice offered to get out of the hellish truly hellish commute that you will have to be stuck in And traffic jam that you'll be stuck in during Memorial Day never We get the guts of the airport early That is useless advice And there's no such thing as early when we're talking about Memorial Day weekend Here's an example because I looked at Seattle sea tac as our airport The busiest times at the TSA security checkpoints and this is just across the board I'm assuming it's not taking into account TSA PreCheck which by the way TSA folks Can you at least raise the price I'm a total elitist I'll be totally honest when it comes to flying I'll pay whatever you want so I can get in that line You've opened it up to way too many people that now it's like a normal TSA line And as more people sign up for TSA pre check guess what You don't add any more TSA pre check points at the security lines So they just get long So stop this nonsense And by the way dummy if you've already paid however much it costs to get the 5 year TSA pre check you don't have to take off your shoes But keep your shoes on idiot Why'd you buy them I shouldn't call people names But here's my point The busiest times at TSA security checkpoints At sea tac 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. So they're saying you got to plan ahead get at least two hours before your flight If your flight is at 10 a.m. and it's busiest for the two hours prior you're going to have to leave even earlier So what you can sit in the airport board to tears draining your battery watching movies or listening to podcasts on your phone And that's only if you can find a seat None of which have working USB ports to plug your phone into So you're just draining that battery which drives me nuts that we can't figure this out
Many Schools Focus on the Wrong Things; That Has to Stop
"But throughout our country we have many many schools that are not protected Many that are not protected we have many schools that focus their resources on the wrong things and they don't want the parents involved and they don't want the community involved and that's got to stop That's kind of stop Those little babies who died today 18 of them They had mothers they had fathers As well as that teacher who was slaughtered Horrific Just terrific And people want to do something Well let's do it Let's do it Let's protect the kids in these classrooms the way we would protect anything else We're protecting our airports we have TSA they're armed every state every state Should insist and ensure that every school in the state at least has some level of defensibility And you can't do it without an armed train Force you just can't do it
"tsa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"But from omicron to inflation and oil price spikes the travel industry continues to struggle still travel was off only about 8% last weekend compared to the same period in 2019 According to the TSA's checkpoint numbers Kristen chambers is founder and lead consultant at DA luxury travel based in Boston People's confidence in starting to secure summer travel especially to Europe has been high right through to the beginning of Q one Chambers and her team carefully watched staffing shortages especially at resorts That was probably our biggest pain point for 2021 And there are some properties that have being able to maintain that staff and their staff According to the consumer price index airfares were up more than 12% in February compared to the same period in 2021 when COVID-19 vaccines were just being introduced and most to Bloomberg radio The Alzheimer's association and the ad council present the story of Tom and Levi Thomas the smartest man I know he's been a professor at two major universities been a teacher for over 40 years One day he told me that he was having problems in his classes I think one of the students had asked the question and he didn't remember the answer I also noticed that he was letting his class out earlier than they were supposed to let out And he was telling them that he was doing it as a favor to them But I think in reality he just wanted to get out of there I was really starting to worry because I saw something is wrong Levi and I talked about how it would change our lives but he was there.
"tsa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The 95th annual Thanksgiving Day parade is now underway in New York City Scott Pringle is along the parade route So there are 15 giant character balloons slowly making their way by and just towering over folks here and we have some new ones this year like 8 of twists but also the classic ones like Snoopy the astronaut a number of floats like the gravy pirate ship shooting confetti out of its cannons also hundreds of different clowns high fiving the spectators who are several rows deep along the sidewalks here I am a wind up doll We are walking with Tom Turkey We are a bunch of fall leaves getting festive for the season And after a much scaled down event last year due to the pandemic the Thanksgiving Day parade is back to normal It's actually a little bit emotional to be back You know this is such a New York tradition Security screenings at the nation's airports are reaching the highest levels in quite a while that ESA says more than 2.3 million passengers went through security on Wednesday A TSA spokesperson tweeted that's the highest number since the pandemic's lowest point that occurred on April 13th of last year when just over 87,000 passengers were screened meantime more than 2 million of pass through security each day for the past 7 days A Florida doctor as a suggestion on how to make guess worried about COVID feel safe this Thanksgiving Rick holser reports Doctor nishant Anand is executive VP and chief medical officer at bay Karen Tampa Bay He says you might want to serve dinner outside today depending on the weather in your area He also tells ABC action news a small outdoor gathering would be ideal I'm rec hoe show I'm an Aubrey's parents are speaking out following the verdict in the trial of his convicted murderers want to Cooper Jones Arbery's mother thanks to porters who marched or prayed for her sons justice John said Arbery can now rest in peace Ahmad's father Marcus opera preached unity Let you know that Black clear life That's right For real life Not just black children We don't want to see nobody to go through there I'm Michael castner Elise 11 miners have died in 49 are injured during a Siberian coal mining incident Stuart Smith reports from Moscow Very high concentrations of methane and carbon monoxide mean an explosion in the mine is very likely according to the governor of the region The head of Russia's independent miners union said the incident was the result of sheer carelessness toward safety rules by the mind's owners and management over a hundred violations were reported at the mine in 2021 authorities have opened a criminal case into the violation of industrial requirements resulting in a person's death A Broadway actors being hit with charges related to the January 6th capitol riot Jennifer Paulson reports James Dee beaks has appeared on Broadway in ragtime kinky boots and most recently starring as Judas in a major touring production of Jesus Christ superstar because he's been charged by the U.S. attorney's office for Washington D.C. with felony obstruction of Congress and a misdemeanor of a lawfully entering a restricted building or grounds The actor has been suspended from the tour of Jesus Christ superstar indefinitely pending the outcome of the hearing beaks was arrested this week in Wisconsin and was released pending further court appearances If you want a specific Christmas tree farmers and sellers recommend you don't wait until December to get to it this year Julie Carpenter tells us why Farmers and sellers say highly desirable trees such as Douglas and Fraser firs may not be available due to wildfires and drums along the West Coast Also not as many trees have been planted and more trees from the east coast are being shipped out west You'll also be more likely.
"tsa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The TSA expects air travel to reach near pre-pandemic levels this week with more than 2 million people expected to fly today alone At Detroit's metro airport TSA federal security director Steve Lorenz says travelers still need to follow mask mandates regardless of whether they're vaccinated or not We're seeing unruly behavior on a rise So we want to make sure that we're working and communicating effectively but also understanding that there's mandates Steve Lorenz with the TSA also says people during the holidays Gary food items So anything like gravies cranberry sauce and preserve should be packed in their checked luggage A jury in Georgia will deliberate for a second day in the trial of three white men accused of killing him out Aubrey It was black Late yesterday they told the judge that they're close to deciding verdicts An 8 year old boy becomes the 6th person to die after being run down during a holiday parade in Wisconsin More than 60 others were injured Authorities in walker Shaw say it was just three weeks ago The accused driver Darrell Brooks was arrested and was out on $1000 bail after he allegedly ran over the mother of his child with the same exact vehicle that he used a few days ago Brooks was charged with 5 intentional homicide accounts with a 6th expected soon Walker shell county district attorney sue oper argued her case during the bail hearing There are not words to describe the risk that this defendant presents to our community not only flight risk but the dangerousness that he presents his history of violence DA Sue opera as the judge set bail at $5 million cash Brooks who was sobbing in court enter no plea at the hearing His next court appearance is in January NASA has launched a spacecraft on a mission to smash into an asteroid and test whether it would be possible.
"tsa" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Because you know there's no there's a shortage of flight attendants and tsa workers going to costa rica. The week before. I gotta go to version. I li- i gotta six o'clock in the morning flight. Rice see harvey be at the airport at three in the morning. People don't don't play. Don't play if you're going to costa rica seriously like whatever time whatever time you fly is first of all you might it might even even though it's not into national you still might have to be there two hours before it's not an international flight but a maybe might have to be there two hours before anyway. I would put an over two more hours on if your flight lease at six. In the morning i would be. I would be at the airport at two o'clock in the morning. I know it sounds really weird. But i'm you. I don't want nobody to mistake flight. Because a shortage of tsa workers in the cancer. You if you leave a coaster. Nine o'clock in the morning. If lately is at nine o'clock in the morning b at that airport at five o'clock in the morning i'm serious. I all right all right all right. I travel more than anybody. And that's okay. Don't don't don't listen to me. Don't listen to me show. Have you wanna show city barbeque warning. Mr brown yeah. Hey mr brown. Good morning sydney. I'm full could you. I was gonna get you call it and not just to. I wanted to be so ron about that brown. This is a woman clearly. Anti-government this is women had clearly puts No one's responsible for anything because it's the society government's fault she wants..
"tsa" Discussed on Nightly Pop
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Biden Announces Sweeping New Coronavirus Vaccine Mandates
"Day. Two hundred thirty three of the by administration and this evening. The white house is taking aggressive action on two different fronts. Stepping up the fight to end this surge of the delta variant was tough new vaccine requirements and taking the state of texas to court over. Its near total ban on abortion late. Today the president announced he was using the full force authority to of the office to push those remaining eighty million or so unvaccinated americans to get their shots until now biden had steered away from making vaccines mandatory in any sense today that all change noting that the nation was in a quote tough stretch of this pandemic biden laid out a series of new policies. The department of labor is developing an emergency rule to require all employers with one hundred or more employees that together employ over eighty million workers to ensure their workforce's are fully vaccinated or show a negative test at least a week over two hundred million americans have gotten at least one shot even patient but our patience wearing thin and you refusal has cost all of us. This is not about freedom for personal choice about protecting yourself. And those around you notably. Vaccinations will also now be required for most federal workers. President also announced the. Tsa will double fine's on air travelers. Who refused to wear a mask. All this is happening as this delta variant drives our nation's daily average caseload north of one hundred fifty thousand for the first time since the bad old days back in late. January hospitals are getting crushed where the viruses surging and we are back to a daily death toll in this country of about fifteen hundred souls
Biden Orders Vaccine-or-Test Mandate for Businesses With 100 or More Workers
"Joe biden gave a speech today telling people to get vaccinated and saying that he's going to be mandating that all companies with over one hundred employees will have to mandate vaccines of their employees. And again if you wanna comment you can join us here as a. He laid out the planks of his plan. According to business insider dot com. You took a shot at americans who have refused to comply with pandemic era rule saying quote. If you break the rules be prepared to pay. And by the way show some respect. He said as he announced he is doubling. Tsa finds for anyone who refuses to wear mask so they are going to continue with the mask mandates on federal property according to the white house dot gov slash vid plan that they just released today the the so the six points are broken down into several sub points beneath them. So it's probably more like a fifty point plan. But under the increased testing and requiring masking sub header here it will continue to require masking on federal property doubling fines for mask violations on interstate travel and other various different aspects. She's to this. Yeah
Labor Day Could Exacerbate COVID Surge With Millions Still Unvaccinated, Experts Warn
"And on this labor day health officials are concerned that the millions of americans travelling and gathering in crowds to mark the unofficial of summer could cause another kovic search. Just as a new school year begins more on that now from guatemala negus tonight. Millions of americans are flocking to vacation hot spots this holiday weekend. Despite a cdc warning the unvaccinated should stay close to home. People aren't vaccinated. They travel the tsa reporting five point. Three million passengers crossing airport security since friday. More than double the number seen at this point during labor day weekend last year. I'm going to disneyworld. Cova numbers in florida scare me. But i'm vaccinated many making their way to stadiums music festivals and beaches across the country yet. The spread of the virus rages on the number of reported cases reaching forty million in the us. Now health experts fear. The holiday weekend could be another super spreader. Justice kids are returning to the classroom. He should especially be cautious about travel if you have children in school or starting school soon because most cases and transmission are likely to happen during travel and those could be cases you carry into the classroom with covert already forcing at least fourteen hundred in-person school closures. Since the beginning of this school year recent data from the american academy of pediatrics indicates more than one in five new cases are in children.
Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President of R-Zero
"Talk to us a little bit about our zero. What is it that you guys are doing. how are you adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yes so it was almost sixteen months ago. Now with the academic. I started a a ticket hold. I got in touch with the two mentors in mind. Both entrepreneurs who i've known for about a decade and the three of us started talking about how there's certain events throughout history that just create everlasting societal and infrastructural changes in a dork way. We kinda like in what was happening of the pandemic to nine eleven. How after nine eleven. We have the department of homeland security. You have. tsa fourteen thousand agents. You still can't take a water bottle of where shoes through the airport. You go to a ballgame. You walk through a metal detector. These are all new standards that were created and adopted post nine eleven in some of these psychological star tissue after that event accelerated decrease adoption of those standards. But we never arrest fundamentally the world took on a new posture around security in all shared spaces at our thesis. Fear was at this event of the pandemic was going to broaden that word security to biosecurity to biosafety and in the standards that all organizations are gonna fold as they regard a human health in the safety of their staff their patrons of their communities at large so what we did. Kind of unpacking the disinfection industry. And we've learned quickly that this is a massive industry. Hundreds of billions of dollars market cap governed by these goliath players. Ecolab clorox se. johnson diversey. All of these companies are extremely old. Some over a hundred years old and more or less all pushing commodity chemicals and our response to the pandemic was to go around and host buildings down the chemicals. And that's what we did in. This industry has not evolved with the technology that is becoming become commonplace in almost every other industry. It's extremely antiquated in what we're doing with chemicals. I mean there's there's a lot of limitations there one is. They're not always that effective. There's a lot of human error and how they're applied there's a massive labor cost a massive op ex chemical costs at. It's horrible for the environment. So we got in touch with. Dr richard wade and dr wade actually ran cal osha for fifteen years. He taught at harvard oxford. Uc irvine. We like to call him. The michael jordan's disinfection. He's he's forgotten more about this industry than most of us will ever learn. And he's quite special but he let us on a study to really understand. What are the best tools that exist in infection prevention today. And why have we not democratized access to those
TSA Are Exempting Illegal Migrants From Normal ID Requirements on Flights
"See the news yesterday that broke The first one about the, uh, the T s a procedures for people who are in the country illegally. So apparently if you enter the country illegally now John Solomon story in just the news. The federal government is exempting some illegal migrants from normal ID requirements on flights. So you suckers you know the suckers us The American people that work for a living pay taxes, suckers, you know, like my wife, who came in the country legally as an immigrant, did the right thing and paid all the money and waited. The time studied the American history took the test, raise the right hand and patriotic, Li pledged allegiance to the United States. What The sucker. How stupid were we? Because if my wife didn't do that, and it entered the country illegally, maybe she should have done that because she would have got a special line T s a line in the airport. So right now in the airport because again, according to John Solomon's new reporting, if you were any legal immigrant, the normal ID requirements on flights don't apply to you. What a sucker! Think about this, right? What a deal. You should leave the country Renounce your citizenship tonight. Come back illegally as a noncitizen Come back through the border. And how cool would this be? You get a special line in the airport. So you have, like, clear, you know, clear you put your eyeballs and the thing or whatever. Virginia. You don't have to wait in line and then they have t s a pre check. And then they have the normal suckers line for all us, Melies. And then you have the other line. The illegal immigrant line, apparently where you don't even need idea. What a deal And what? Look at me. What an idiot. I paid for that. Uh, the T s a pre checking global entry.
Biden Directs Agencies to Develop Cybersecurity Standards for Critical Infrastructure
"Federal agencies directed to develop cybersecurity standards for infrastructure president biden issued this directive to federal agencies which will establish voluntary cybersecurity goals for critical infrastructure companies. The project will be headed by cc and nist which will coordinate with other agencies a preliminary baseline security standard will be due by september with final goals within a year the agencies will also have a year to determine whether additional legal authorities would be beneficial to safeguard critical infrastructure. This comes after a may executive order to establish cybersecurity baselines for federal agencies themselves and last week's cyber security requirements for oil pipeline operators issued by the tsa controversial vulnerability search engine re released at defcon security researchers alejandro cassandra's and jason hopper planned to release an upgraded version of punk spider at defcon. A search engine which constantly crawls the web and automatically publishes hackel vulnerabilities in websites as well as a chrome plug into skin visited sites both ranked sites and a scale of one to five dumpster fires. The search engine will mostly be scanning for low hanging fruit looking for seven kinds of explainable. Bugs repeatedly trying variations of common hacking methods to check if a site vulnerable punks originally launched in two thousand thirteen before lapsing due to lack of funding around two thousand fifteen. Its initial incarnation scant websites. Once a year the most exploit vulnerabilities of the year joint security advisories from the australian cyber security center the uk national cybersecurity center cease and the fbi. This is the most commonly exploited security vulnerabilities from twenty twenty and twenty twenty one across the three countries. Most of these vulnerabilities are recently discovered showing that threat actors can weaponize security flaws increasingly quickly to exploit systems vulnerabilities to microsoft exchange accelerate. Vm ware and ford top. The twenty one list while twenty twenty feature the windows net log on privilege escalation atlassian remote code execution and the citrus netscaler directory transversal.
"tsa" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"With record number of travelers returning to airports after historic pandemic lows. Tonight the tsa warning a memo obtained by the washington. Post that more than one hundred. Thirty of the nation's largest airports are struggling to staff airport screeners the ripple effect from the tsa shortage already being felt by travelers at major airports security lines. So long in austin in charlotte hundreds of travelers have missed their flights while airports in detroit denver and outside washington dc reportedly among the hardest hit like zoo with summer. Spike in air. Travel expected atop. Tsa official warning help ded asking tsa office workers to volunteer to manage long lines and other non security related tasks according to the memo union rep. Say this problem can be solved overnight. You can't train the metal weeks. Tsa is a very dangerous job at don't know what we get very minimum wage. Tsa releasing a statement insisting the agency is well positioned to meet rising traveler volumes pointing to a concerted recruitment effort. The agency began in the winter with thousand dollar incentives for positions nationwide. If you're traveling this summer experts say arrive at the airport two to three hours before your flight. And don't forget to wear your masks. Still a federal requirement. Both at the airport and in the air luster thanks. President biden is ended. Those negotiations on infrastructure with a republican senator and now a bipartisan group of lawmakers is moving forward with their own plan for a deal. Garrod hake has more for us from the capitol tonight. Infrastructure negotiations entering a new phase with president biden ending talks with a group of republicans led by senator shelley moore capito on tuesday and reaching out to members of a bipartisan group of moderate senators. The group huddling for three hours in a cramped capital basement office last night. We've come together with the proposal that Maybe the bridge the gap between the two sides. The senators haven't released any details of their proposal except that it won't raise taxes at all a red line for attracting. Gop votes that a difficult task with republicans opposed to much of the president's initial plan as frustration builds among some democrats to drop. Bipartisan talks. And move to pass as much as they can with just fifty democratic votes itself a work in progress. If this doesn't work would you be willing to go it alone with the democrat only option. I never give up. Never give up that. Bipartisan group knows. Time isn't on their side. One senator telling me today. They only have about a week to get a deal. Lester jared thank you now to the record migrant surge in our series american crossroads. Nbc's tom yomas getting a firsthand. Look at the extreme measures. Some migrants are now using to try to avoid the border patrol and get into the us more and more the coast of southern california turning into a floating crime scene a new surge at this border creating a life and.
"tsa" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"Five hundred protests as of august of last year Because of these protests going on and now we want to allow the cops to have They called me names. So now i'm going to arrest them for for what Yeah there's there's definitely some anger there There definitely has been some people who have been writing in those areas. So so okay so the first thing that i thought of when i thought about this. Was that if you are being a your luggage screened by the tsa at the airport they you know. Obviously they don't have the jurisdiction to make arrests themselves they can detain and then gulf call police officers but they tell you don't even joke about having a bomb in your suitcase right because they have to respond to that as if it was as if there was something there i would inconvenient inconvenience the people behind you in line because it would slow things down yup arrests okay but but they see to me this. This is trying to find a way to to put this into a into this into this. The tsa ruling to this framework. The police officers have a difficult. Nutjob already do. We really want to put them in a position where we even more make them have to decide if a person is an actual threat. So this is where. I'm really really fifty fifty about this. Because i'm not against the bill if you're talking about police needing additional protections. You're talking about needing something to enforce on the people to keep the police safe. I'm not against that. So what bothers me about. The bill is the vague wording. Like what does the word offensive mean. And what does the word insult mean even even says challenges..
"tsa" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!
"I feel like your fans are least likely to kill you even though you've made the opportunity very open nobody's trying to see i mean i know that's what i'm saying. I trying to kill me. But that idea that i feel for people you know especially like i think you know like look i think about it all the time i get stalkers or anything like but there are a lot of people that do that kind of shifts pretty fucked up. Yeah but but at the same time. I think it's like I don't know there's another thing. I've kind of sculpted over the years where it's like even if people are like please come in. Yeah yeah yeah and find out exactly how a worrying. I really am. And they're like oh it's like okay and that comes all the way back to like you can do it too. You can do to my nothing. It doesn't really matter. I love respective. I think there was a story robert. Pattinson vampire actor. Yeah batman now. He had a stalker at one point. Apparently that maybe this is complete. Bullshit i've idea. But and she she you know was was obsessed with them for a long time then you just took her to dinner and board the hell out of apparently choosing. Oh it's like yeah. It's a wild you know especially now with the internet and with the way people consume things. It's easy to live in some kind of early. You know some kind of fantasy idea where like some of the craziest like unlikely fans that you've had it. Seems like we have a lot of them where. I always love getting what we call it. Rock nuys yeah by tsa employees. What are you having what kind of day you have when you're going through. Tsa check the worst..
"tsa" Discussed on Cam Girl Diaries Podcast
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