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"tvd" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"tvd" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

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Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

First Take

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

"We have just learned yesterday heisman hopeful Trevor Lawrence has tested positive for the coronavirus. This means top ranked Clemson will be without their quarterback this weekend against Boston College. He must now quarantine for ten days for the ACC medical advisory group, his status for next week's game versus number four Notre Dame TVD. Meanwhile, the First College Football playoff rankings will be released on November seventeen and according to Heather dinner to selection committee will consider availability of all players now. Trevor posted this on social media following his diagnosis saying quote I have tested positive for Kobe nineteen and my symptoms have relatively mild while following protocol from Clinton in the ACC. The only thing that hurts is missing an opportunity to be with my teammates this weekend and play the Game I love. I Kate. But I can't be there but I will be watching from `isolation pulling for our guys while I went to the opportunity to rejoin the team God blessing tigers.

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Twitter will ban Holocaust denial posts, following Facebook

Slate's If Then

10:26 min | 4 months ago

Twitter will ban Holocaust denial posts, following Facebook

"If you're American, you probably think of free speech as the default. Just the way things are. And I. Don't know where it enters the stuff. I don't know if it's in the water or if it's in the kindergarten curriculum Evelyn. Is Not American, but it's only something that I have encountered faith in years is just like first amendment fundamentalism she's an Australian who lives in Massachusetts and she's one of most dynamic and nuanced thinkers. Online speech. She lectures at Harvard Law School. You came here to study kind of First Amendment Law to look at this stuff. As an outsider, what was your impression of the US fundamental adherence to free speech? I feel a little bit like gas lit as a foreigner when you come to America. As I did for years ago to Study Comparative Constitutional, Law, and free speech One of the most striking things about American free speech doctrine is this like this example of there were Nazis that wanted to march in skokie. I know jumping straight to Nazis his kind of leaping into the free speech depend. But Evelyn's describing one of the most famous first amendment cases when that really tests American values, the story goes like this. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, a group of neo-nazis wanted to march in the Chicago suburb of skokie Illinois largely because a lot of Holocaust survivors lived there seven thousand concentration camp survivors living in the predominantly Jewish Chicago suburb of skokie not surprisingly, there was a huge legal fight cokie officials a block Nazi demonstrations with court injunctions when the Nazis appealed to the State Supreme Court a judge has refused to hear the case. But what might surprise you if you don't know the story is that the American Civil Liberties Union indeed a lawyer with the ACLU defended the Nazis right to March under the First Amendment saying the right to free expression with integral to who we are as a country. It's just such an iconic story of the literal Nazis were going to be allowed to marching the street and as a foreigner you come here, new learn that and normally deland that it's it's not like these inconvenient embarrassment about Assessment Amendment Law. It's this like really proud one of the truly great victories for the First Amendment was that it will protect the speech that we hate because it is you know Betta to have it out in the urban it's better to meet it with county speech and we just can't trust the government to suppress as an Australian very striking. I don't even have a right to free speech. We don't have a bill of rights and our Constitution it's it's like a completely foreign idea this fight over unfettered free speech and in fact, where it collides with Anti Semitism and Holocaust denial broke into the news cycle again, this week, there's a split screen like the Supreme Court confirmation hearings going on on one side, and then on the other side facebook releases a blog post the company which has always said it values free expression above everything else announced that it would ban any content that denies or distorts the Holocaust. Two days later, twitter did the same thing. It might seem like banning Holocaust denial is a pretty easy call, but it was only a few years ago that facebook said, it wouldn't prohibit Holocaust to nihilism on its platform. which is part of why and says, this is a really big deal I. think this is like a really iconic moment in the history of the company and its thinking and its evolution around its rules. There is no more emblematic rule that facebook had about. To First Amendment Principles. Today on the show. Decision to finally habit Holocaust, Mus Information and what it means for free speech debates, the Internet and the potential for change. I'm Lizzie O'Leary and you're listening to what next TVD A show about technology power, how the future will be determined stay with us. Voting this year is a little. Than usual, what you don't want to do is be the one sprinting to the mailbox trying to send in a last minute vote or get to the front of the line at the polls only to realize you're not registered. 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Dot Com is the easiest way to keep everyone connected and on the right track try it out for yourself to get your free two week trial. Good Monday dot com today. I, WanNa talk about how seismic shift this is if we think back to just two years ago. Mark Zuckerberg gave a very now well known interview to Cara Swisher. And said, she didn't believe that posts that deny the Holocaust should be taken down. I believe that our platform should take down because I think that there are things different people get wrong. either. I don't think that they're intentionally getting a wrong but I think that they. They might be but go home. It's hard to pune intent. Boy. It is a big journey from. People get things wrong even though I might find it personally offensive. To. My own thinking has evolved. The big thing that they always have hung onto was we don't WanNa be arbiters of truth, and we will not take content down purely on the basis that it's false. We might take it on the down on the basis that its nudity or that it's hate speech or that it has other sort of effects but we weren't take content down just because it's wrong and that's sort of what's reflected in that quote from Makoto Takhar Swisher is you know some people get things wrong sometimes and the the pandemic literally changed that decision overnight in the context of a global public health emergency they abandoned that they said we will take down. False information about the pandemic because it poses a public health risk, and now we're playing ball like now companies are taking content down on the basis that it's false and we're now seeing it in other areas. We saw it in the context of the wildfires in West my country was on file for months. In December and January, and there were lots of false rumors about the cause of the fires and facebook didn't take anything down and then Oregon was on fire A. Couple of months ago, and suddenly they were taking down misinformation about the cause of their as far as think a stock contrast as you can draw. It's still interesting to hear you peg this to the pandemic because I think about all the data points that came before that this is. After the two thousand, sixteen election, it is after the Charlottesville unite the right rally, which took place in two thousand seventeen. Do you think the coronavirus pandemic is it sort of launching us into a new I guess area of thinking about content and speech on its own or or easy it kind of a I guess a catalyst for something that was going to happen anyway. Yeah. You're absolutely right that it's only sort of it's part of the broader trend. It was a particularly visible and sort of obvious example of the trend in the same way that the pandemic has made many sort of fundamental. Assumptions structures in society more visible, and we've sort of seen progressively moving more and more along that line of sort of okay. We copies all speech all the time. Let's balancing trysts and draw the line and I think that the pandemic was just sort of another step along that road. If you think about it that way these announcements from facebook and twitter about banning Holocaust denial or in line with other content moderation decisions we've seen this year like the outright ban on Cunanan content. But in other ways several and says the decision. Holocaust. Denial marks a deeper and more fundamental shift in how speeches police online Holocaust denial is one of these iconic things about the first amendment and I believe that one of the reasons why facebook sort of stuck to that principle for so long of allowing on services was because it's still considered itself a fundamentally American company attached to these first. Amendment ideals is robust marketplace of ideas. Which is bizarre when you think about it these these are clearly global companies now and most of they US bases outside all over America but there was still something that it couldn't let go of and so I think it's really when Audience First Amendment land anymore like vc's we are now in this unknown landscape of trying to work out what norms we can attach ourselves to.

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Is the Nest Audio smart speaker worth your time and money

The 3:59

05:33 min | 5 months ago

Is the Nest Audio smart speaker worth your time and money

"Despite. The name change the nest audio is really update to the original Google Home Smart Speaker. So what's new about it? So audio is a way overdue upgrade for Google the home speaker the very first one came out in two thousand sixteen. So it's been four years since they've done anything with US mid range speaker and. Everything is different. The design is different. The size is different. The sound quality is different even the price is different than the original Google home. It's sort of a totally new thing. So let's break down. In terms of price in terms of the the differences like dig into what exactly consumers are going to get with us next audio. So it's one hundred dollars and that is twice the price of a nest mini ness or fifty dollars. Usually you can get them for less if they're on sale and I suspect the same thing will probably happen with nest audio but on the shelf, the MS RPM is one hundred bucks. So for that hundred dollars, you're GONNA get a smart speaker that honestly it's smaller than I thought it would be when I got it. I was like Oh this is actually pretty compacted slake almost seven inches tall. And it has that fabric cover all the way around it. So the nest mini and the Google Home Max had that fabric on the front. This one has the fabric all the way around it, and it has a totally different shape. The original Google home in my opinion didn't look that great. It was kind of weird looking certainly, not like anything that Amazon put out, and this one is a little more soft around the edges. More of a design aesthetic to it that it seems like they pay more attention to that this time and I like that it comes in five colors comes in like a pink Blue Gray, a a green. And then like darker, Gray. SEGALLA options, you know if you want it to fit in your home if he wanted to look good on your shelf, it's definitely better this time around. What about the sound quality? How does that compare to the original and really has a compared to some of the other speakers in the market taking the Amazon Echo and apples homepod nest audio, sound way better than the Google home that came before it. The vocals our whole lot clear pretty much mid base. All of it is better than the home. It's definitely an improvement in that respect. I Don mcgahn Echo speakers because I am working from home like a lot of people and I only have a home pot and the old Google speakers at my house. So TVD on that also, Amazon. Just released a new echo. So we have yet to test that out as well. So it'll be interesting to see how those to compare especially because the new echo is also hundred dollars. So if you're on the fence and you don't quite know which assistant you want, it's going to be interesting to see which one is going to give you a better sound quality It's really close to home potty. My opinion to home pot is a great speaker premium speaker at obviously costs a whole lot more and it is a little bit better but I think if you're a regular person and you're not an audio file and you just want to hear good music. Nest definitely deliver that. You didn't like about this picker. I would say that the Google smarts that you're getting in wing talked about this a little bit more later on too but there's not much to it. You know it's it's Google speaker and I think maybe at this point in twenty twenty, we've gone through four or five almost five years of smart speakers and were sort of used to what does. So every speaker has google assistant in Google assistant is gonna be the Google Assistant. So you're not getting a lot of surprising new google features with it. I will say on going back to sound quality, there is left and right channel separation. If you have Tunis audio speakers on, there's already a promotion. If you buy two, you get a discount in I highly recommend that they did send me to I tried out the channel separation and it's really cool. It's really effective and it's probably the one thing that makes me feel like I got a lot from one hundred dollars for my two hundred dollars if you get a pair. That channel separation is cool. Yeah. I, know they made a big deal about it during the week Google presentation, the having sort of rooms and multiple speakers linked together. Alternately. For you is it worth the hundred dollar price tag that is you know quite a bit more. It's it's it's not a small mouth change especially during these times. Yeah. It's not hundred dollars a lot and a while there are discounts and promotions and you know there are I think plenty of people to pay Andre Dollars for speaker. It's a really interesting question because of what else? Google makes. So if you look at s mini, that's fifty dollars to get tunas minis for the same hundred dollars and suddenly you can broadcast to another room. You can have multi room audio, you can pair them together group to play music you know at the same time in different rooms. So you're GONNA get a little more functionality that way if you buy two many's rather than one nest audio. And then if you think about it from a smart home perspective, you can get a nest hub smart display for I. Think Eighty nine dollars. So for even less than that, you can get a Google speaker plus all the visuals in all the smart home integration you get being able to see a camera or a doorbell or watch TV or play a game on a smart display so. I think you have to really want the audio aspects of the Speaker to go forward over Tunis many or over a tub. But it's a good speaker you know and I think certainly on sale it's it's worth it hundred dollars. Isn't I don't think it's unreasonable if you want good audio and you wanna Google. Speaker.

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Report: NFL Eliminates 2 Preseason Games Ahead of 2020 Season

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Report: NFL Eliminates 2 Preseason Games Ahead of 2020 Season

"Said we are now in the era of. Cancellations, postponements and TVD We had the SEC. had announce, but it's been reported they will not. have their media days on time. We had the hall of fame game from the NFL. Called Office being reported now at this hour. That the NFL is going to condense. It's four preseason games to to. probably a good idea. They never really needed for in the first place, but week one. And Week. Four are going to be scrapped so it will essentially be. Cut In half that is coming out officially tomorrow, but Unofficially right. Now

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Impact of COVID-19 on the Cosmetic Industry

Fat Mascara

04:47 min | 10 months ago

Impact of COVID-19 on the Cosmetic Industry

"Numbers are starting to roll in about what's happening to the beauty industry right now. According to NPD prestige clean beauty is up. Eleven percent this year despite the rest of beauty sales and this prestige beauty being down fourteen percent and I think we might have talked about this before but I expect to see more of this. People really interested in health wellness ingredients and they wanna feel good so the type of beauty that is starting to sell is the clean beauty categories. Very interesting what is clean. I what if I was doing the actual news online TV somewhat of the background? Who would come by and just like give color commentary on everything the newscasters? That's the job. I want that is your job right now. Okay next up. Excellent news out of Brazil with regards to animal testing. Brazil's largest state actually had banned animal testing on cosmetics and there was a challenge there by industry trade groups. That wanted to still be able to do that. Lower the Supreme Court. I know it but get this. The Supreme Court in Brazil ruled that the state does have the authority to ban animal testing. And that is such good news for cruelty. Free beauty advocates down in South America. I WANNA meatiest like no cruelty advocates. That's it will lobbyists for cosmetics companies. Want to save money. I'm guessing but even he I think most to industry people are getting on board right now realizing get that. Bunny get that cruelty free. You know. Okay I'm doing a tick tock. News item again. Watch tick tock guys. It's like what I've been doing to find out what's going on with beauty there are. This is so scary zero. Take a radio's of people. Removing their moles and skin tags at home you guys have no I love. Diy Dermatology but please do not try this right now. One video of skin tag removal had ten million people watching it and then you know how the kids are like with the Purple Shampoo thing. One person puts up a tick tock video. Everybody's gotTA TRY IT. In case it's not clear dermatologists everywhere say do not try to remove any skin tags or moles yourself at home especially moles. You need to get them checked by Dr. Do some if you can't get to the doctor and you're super worried or wait till you can get a doctor's appointment last up this should surprise no one. Cbd sales are expected to spike during the pandemic according to a survey by consumer insights for bright field group forty percent of CD consumers expect to intensify the frequency of their CBD usage. I'm still confused on this because for me when I take. Cbd Internally it does nothing for my anxiety or my sleep levels as we know. I only take it topically for inflammation but whether it is a placebo effect or some people I'm sure do get a anti-anxiety effect from sales of CBD are expected to. I think the CBD curious are now like if not now when I like that Hashtags TVD curious. Okay last item. Just tell us about support creatives. Okay so support creatives. I'm very excited to see. The spotlight shone on beauty freelancers. Because everyone's her in in the economy right now most people I guess if you own Amazon. Or not but Support Creatives is a nonprofit that provides financial assistance to people in the beauty. World also has mentorship educational programs so their first campaign is a Motorola razor campaign with celebrity makeup artist. John we love Sir John. He did this big contest with them last week offering corporate donations and it was like if you did created one of his five makeup looks and tagged. Sir John and the right Hashtag. They gave fifty bucks for each like up. You didn't even have to win just for participating. They were giving fifty dollars to this report. Creatives Fund. I that's so cool so cool so I'm really proud of Sir. John Really Proud of support. Creatives I'm just really excited to see you know. Listen it's not going to solve the problem. It's not gonNA put every working makeup every makeup artist back to work but I'm happy to see attention being Put on freelance makeup artists. Because they're not necessarily getting or not necessarily they're not getting the benefits that were seeing with small businesses and I'm not saying small. Businesses are like dining out by any stretch of the imagination. Nobody's living high on the hog right now but certainly not freelancers and Chris McMillan told us on our special episode of these people are independent contractors so funds like this are really going to help them out so you guys should keep a look out on your social media online so basically you don't have to give money but by doing something. A big corporation will give money on your behalf which is

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Nomadic Matt - The OG Travel Blogger

Talking Points

09:00 min | 1 year ago

Nomadic Matt - The OG Travel Blogger

"Two day. We're talking to one of the old. She travel bloggers. Don't believe me while if you google how to become a full time travel blogger. His website is the number one search result. Which tells you he's source anyway. We've got pneumatic maths. Aka Matthew kept nece here with us today to discuss all things travel the travel lifestyle and something. I'm not an expert. At budget trump matt. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me I. I think I think it'd be interesting watching you in the hostile. You know my first time in a hospital. First and last actually. I've stayed in hostels twice when I was in college. We went to a Ireland. Right around Saint Patrick's Day for spring break. We had found two hundred fifty dollar airfare from Pittsburgh Tha Dublin and we stayed at it was actually decent hostile in Dublin. It was like a party. Hostile right near What's what's The neighborhood all. We're all the bars every bar. Temple Bar My bad hostile experience was in Paris at the peace and love hospice. Hostel Actually passed it recently when I was traveling through the Ariza. Oh my it's a bus in the past and I had a very Thursday they're eight and in eastern European was the three of us in this room and There was some language barriers and Some body odor barriers as well and and of course. Needless say I did not pass. The shower did not pass. Tvd shower tests. I think I had to contorts myself but yeah I mean they're small for me. Sometimes Mike Half Your size so matt you've been in the travel game for a long time. We're going to get into your story how you got but do you still. You're successful. You run a great website. Nomadic MATT DOT COM. Do you still stay in. Hostels all the time I say private runs now. I'm not doing dorms. But I love hostels you know I just. I traveled to meet people. And if I'm not traveling for work I like to be around other travelers so I find awesome the private room and I stay there and even if I am just there for a couple of days and I don't really get to interact with them as much as possible. I like the energy and the vibe and just kind of makes me feel a lot better than just being alone in a hotel room. So what what are the best ways to research hostels? 'cause there's obviously varying hostels right. There's like Roach just like there are hotels are crummy hotels and an awesome hostels. Like what are the tips on finding a really fun quality hostile? I always look at the reviews on hostile world Because travellers tens day a lot of hospitals so the average review is usually pretty accurate. I I like hostels with But organized tours and activities to me. That's a key component. You have a lot of hostels. These days like generator. Saint Christopher's even Free and that are just sort of like hotels for backpackers that four hundred rooms Tour groups go in there. They'll really organiz activities in hospitals all about the community and the atmosphere creates. And so I. I think it's important to find a hostile that we host lots of events. We take you out. We show you around. You know we we get people to interact with each other. What how much hostels go for these days like? I guess it depends obviously where you're going so let's just start with Europe. You're in Paris like what is a a decent you know. Explain to me. How hostile pricing works? Because frankly it's been over a decade. Yeah obviously the the cheaper ones are dirtier and thoughts out our bed or bedbugs. Real big deal with hostels. I mean they are at fancy hotels as well so I'm sure. But is it a real issue on hostile communicate? It's less common than you think because Hostels are hyper aware of it. And so they're always cleaning beds and they're always Taking precautions against it. Obviously the the crappier the hassle bus they care but is such a cute issue that all the good houses are really focused on minimizing that and in the twelve years. Now where are we in? Fourteen years the backpacking in hassles. I've only seen bedbugs once and it was in a hostel in Cambodia But you know I'm pricing. Your average dorm in Europe is highly twenty euros for like something. That's like twelve beds and then the smaller you get. It can go up to thirty thirty five euros. Especially if it's a popular hostile and the city like When my favorite hostels define Pagan Amsterdam and now it's like thirty five dollars a night to stay there. It's really expensive So expensive for dorm room. Yeah a private room is usually around eighty To one hundred euros which at that price it. It's not you can get a hotel or an AIRBNB. That's about the same thing so usually i. I say they're simply because I want the community. Yeah it's less about the price more depending on. I think there's a stereotype about hostels. It's young backpackers wild single to people. Do couple say hostels to like. I've seen couples. I've seen people that are my grandparents AIDS. I I you see everybody in between just like there's a hotel everybody there's a hostile forever by the there are definitely Cardi hassles that catered to the eighteen year olds. Who just want us to get drunk? But there are hostels for tour groups School groups people who just want cycle families So you know that's one of the things you look for in the reviews ways demographic of of most of us will come on and say and they're like description like come here. Just get drunk. You know like skip. Yeah tell me. Your your wildest family friendly this is a family. Friendly podcast Hostile Eddie like really crazy stories or super interesting. I got one so Kirstin from the blonde broad and I were in Barcelona. I made her stay in a hostel and It's I have. I've never named the hostile but it's a well known party one and so we got a dorm room. And there's these Brazilian guys in there and yet they're just getting drunk all the time and our last night there. I got woken up by this giant. Knock on the door and nobody was answering so I finally woke up and answered it when the Brazilian guys who was like a private room or we were in a dorm. Oh six bed. Dorm Room I met her debuted on the door at night. Will they lock you out of your key? You have key So we have gone skeet so I let him in and I go back bays like sorry. Sorry sorry not smell like. Why is the smell wise? It smells like Shit. Oh and I come to realize. Oh that's because they're shit on my hand and then I turned on the light and I realized the L. A. doorknob. Oh the Brazilian guy had shit himself in his bed ran to the bathroom leaving a trail. Oh must have wiped off because there is on the hand knob and then locked himself out and I had been the fortunate one to answer the door the only other people who was Nikkei Stan Two girls and the guidance friend so one of those imagine the screams of one of the girls had opened the thing he looks at me and he's like it wasn't make now's like who else could it be. It was Kirstin and encouraged him. We love you and he's like I just. I was like the trailers right to your bed so I go wash my hands you know. I watched the DOORKNOB. I washed my hands twenty thousand times. You change rooms at this point. I mean we're getting like two hours but will when I got back to the dorm were you able to go back to bed No but when I got back to the dorm his bed was in the hallway and he had wiped up the floor but he was sleeping on a mattress and to this day. I cannot figure out where that matches came from because all the germs are locked but he managed to find the mattress. It's wasn't my mattress. Something tells me this might not have been his first time pulling the style so when we wake up and I tell Carson the story. She's like no way that happened. No Way and like there's no transcendent. Wake up from the smell in the room. He wiped it up pretty fast but so all the all of us have curtains so I had grabbed the carton with my like poop covered hand and there were like Poop streaks. I was like Oh here. Here's the proof and seed as like we have to get out of the hospital today and we actually went to the w after that point extreme at WSB pretty

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Climate activist's award money used to create foundation

Reset

05:50 min | 1 year ago

Climate activist's award money used to create foundation

"How much is ten billion dollars to? Bezos depends on the Matthew I mean. Jeff Bezos with a net worth of one hundred thirty billion dollars is making one of the largest charitable gifts ever ten billion dollars to combat climate. Change SOUNDS PRETTY GOOD. But it's about eight percent of his net worth which obviously raises the possibility that he could be doing a lot more. Okay so why is this news? So it's news because it's GonNa make tremendous impact in the world of climate change for good or for evil you know suddenly Jeff Bezos. Who is an unelected for? Largely unaccountable to the public person with a ton of money is giving the world is money and also means. He's giving the rolled his thoughts on how to address climate. Change that the scientists and activists that Jeff bezos decides to fund will have enormous influence on the countries in the world response to climate change. Maybe that's good. Maybe that's bad but ultimately be living in the world that Jeff bezos wants to design. If we aren't already that's a really interesting idea which kind of makes me wonder. Do we actually know to what kind of projects this money is going. Is he going to have an active hand? In deciding what science experiment gets funded. And what doesn't I think it's a great question. Details are still pretty scarce. He said he's funding scientists activists. And NGOs this was basically a two paragraph post on instagram. So that should give you a sense of the amount of detail that we've had Listener Shannon O. S. Amazon for more information and they've been very stingy about giving more information at this time. Is there anything in his donation? History that can help us digest. This money will be used. So Jeff bezos has done this before about two years ago year and a half ago. He said he was a bunch of money. Tech anti-homelessness initiatives and he set up a board of experts. People were pretty well regarded in the homelessness work. And bezos basically took the recommendations and actually we recorded story about visas unusual approach to grant making where rather than putting strict rules on how the money's spent and requiring applicants to jump through tons of hoops. Jeff bezos basically gave the money instead do want with it and was pretty extraordinary no-strings-attached approach to philanthropy and if passes prologue. That should be here. That's interesting because when it comes to science grants there are huge amounts of restrictions. Right they also tend to have to release plan out exactly how they're going to use the money and I could imagine that being quite liberating for some scientists and some NGOs to not have those kinds of restrictions then again I can also imagine that money being misused in a number of ways without those kinds of restrictions. It's certainly a risk in the philanthropy world. There's been this trend toward more strings. Attached which probably is exemplified by DIFFERENT SEATTLE BILLIONAIRE BILL GATES. And there's been a backlash brewing in the big world for a couple years about. Why are these donors making us fill? All these forms and these different quarterly reports in one donor wants this metric and other donor wants that metric. I talked with a lot of these non-profit heads that received money from basis late last year and they describe it as liberating but you're right. The risk is if there is massive abuse. Which does happen in some isolated instances lampy world will? Jeff bezos. Notice that the other. Nice thing about this. Is that often times smaller? Ngos or smaller labs. Don't really have the resources to provide the kind of information that these larger grants need even though they might be doing amazing science or amazing work in climate change world. If that kind of information is no longer required I could also imagine a world where different groups are getting the money instead of having the same groups. Get the money over and over and over again because they have the ability to provide this information exactly but again we have details on. Who's on this advisory board? If one leaving exist I've asked Amazon. Who's head of the program? They say we have no details to share at this current time details here are very scarce and it makes you kind of question. If the details aren't ready to be announced why even announced that commitment in the first place right which brings me to my next big question which is why is he making this announcement now doing no. We don't I mean basis has been under significant pressure from Amazon employees to do more about the climate crisis and more broadly basis personally is under significant pressure to be a bigger philanthropist. Someone who is the world's wealthiest person he's not signed the giving pledge which is a popular promise by many of the world's wealthiest people to give away half their money before they die and basis for a long time as made very very small charitable gifts. You sort of described. Blue origin is space program as tropic legacy which is a questionable thing to say it is a for profit initiative so that is not certainly the traditional view charity and also not exactly initiative that is geared towards saving the planet from climate change correct. So I think more broadly I think the question of why Jeff bezos announcing this now is is a is a great totally for a question. But I think we've seen a couple instances over the last year or two. Jeff bezos sort of getting more comfortable an struggling and wrestling with his new fame. Right everything from the sort of Tawdry tabloid scandal With his new girlfriend who has ties to Hollywood? He's buying expensive houses in Los Angeles. They're setting California real estate records. Jeff bezos is becoming much more comfortable and much more realistic about the fact that as the world's wealthiest person she's going to draw scrutiny in a way that he never would have even five years ago so now with philanthropic commitment you know. Jeff bezos has been scrutinized and criticized for basically his lack of serious heavyweight charitable giving. And this seems an answer to say. I'm not gonNA take it anymore and I'm GONNA be out there and I'm going to have a pledge details. Tvd But I'm doing something.

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Former Packer Al Harris joins Mike McCarthy in Dallas as assistant in secondary

Blogging the Boys

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Former Packer Al Harris joins Mike McCarthy in Dallas as assistant in secondary

"A new name is on the cowboys defensive. Coaching staff though. Oh cowboys have loved to have former players on their staff. They have another one This one not a former Dallas cowboys but a former green bay packer. Her former player under Mike McCarthy al-harran. Oh Yeah you might remember. I'll Harris it'd be watching football awhile. We'll be helping the cowboys secondary joining us. An assistant in the secondary. I know my dad likes Harris actually played his college. Football at Texas in kings will would was formerly known as Texas University. A couple couple more things to get to a number. I don't know what number we're at number four. I think Mike McCarthy has spoken to Dak Prescott appropriate number four. There was some you know. We talked about a little bit love nervousness because they had spoken the but Mike McCarthy has spoken so that's good to know next thing on the menu if you listen to the the OCHO and all of the blog on the boys this podcast that we have our own draft related. podcast talk in the draft. I've Seen Dalton Miller and there's also the great draft show from the Mothership at Dallas Cowboys Dot Com. And everybody's he's getting ready for the senior bowl and the cowboys. Coaching staff will not be there. Mike McCarthy said there's too much for them to do at the Star and Frisco so I'm not worried about this I don't I think you should be. You know the cowboys skying department. They're the ones that need to be there. And that's the most important thing so pay just to so you're aware Finally finally though final update if you WANNA call it that There is no real updates on Jason witten. Mike McCarthy apparently had a great conversation Shen Jason Wooden and the future is TVD. So who knows what the situation is going to be with Jason when as the future

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Will Kevin Hart Host the 2020 Oscars?

Celeb News Ride Home

03:02 min | 1 year ago

Will Kevin Hart Host the 2020 Oscars?

"Having deja-vu or is Kevin. Hart may be going to host host the Oscars who knows if this is real but he did kick off the Oscar hosting conversation last night during the premier for Jumanji the next level variety. He tweeted a video of him dishing on whether he would take over as host after stepping down this past year. On last night's red carpet Kevin Hart said quote. Hey Look I have nothing but love for the academy I always will. I think that you know any conversation is always a good conversation so. TVD To be determined and quote. Dwayne the Rock Johnson who co-stars in the Jumanji sequel with Kevin Hart was actually standing next to Kevin on the red carpet and chimed in saying. Get the Tequila Ready. Are we getting the Tequila Ready. Because because we're celebrating Kevin Hart may be hosting the Oscars or what in case you forgot Kevin Hart was supposed to host the Oscars back in February of this year but step down. After some of his allegedly homophobic tweets were exposed one. Such tweet said that if he found his son playing with the doll house he would quote. Break it over his head and say in my voice stop. That's gay and quote a comedian. Repeatedly said he wouldn't apologize for his comments saying at one point quote. I'd never apologized for what was never intended tended to be disrespectful. I'd never allow the public to win for something. I know wasn't malicious and quote but after getting a lot of heat Kevin Hart eventually did step down from the hosting Gig and actually did send a heartfelt apology to the Lgbtq community after his apology and after the Oscars went without a host. Kevin Hart was under fire again. This past September for acting bizarre around low nausea during an interview with the shop on. HBO When the topic of well now's X.. Coming out of the closet came up up. Kevin Hart appeared absolutely clueless as to why the rapper would feel scared to come out as gay at Major Feleti on twitter. said it best. When he tweeted the clip and wrote wrote quote? Kevin Hart acting like he doesn't know why Lomas X.. would be scared to come out. is like someone who stole a thing. You lost helping you look for it and quote e online insinuated that may be Kevin in heart is a changed man. Since September writing quote heart has had an intense year in the time since in September he was involved in nearly fatal car accident that he claimed aimed changed his entire outlook on life. His upcoming Netflix series. Don't F this up out. December twenty seventh will document the events of the past year and a half of his life. Life from the Oscars drama all the way through car accident. Perhaps it's this new outlook at life. That has the father of three focused on evolving through. Pass drama only time will tell the Oscars take his offer of a dialogue to heart and quote. Personally I think lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper should host the Oscars in character as Allie main and Jackson may in from last cheers a star is born. But that's just me either way. I desperately hope that there is any Oscars hostess year because last Oscars was weird eared there was no host and it made me feel bad. I like having a host restaurants need hosts parasites need hosts Oscars need hosts. Okay

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Why Some Celebs Are Giving Out Their "Phone Numbers" to Fans

Who? Weekly

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Why Some Celebs Are Giving Out Their "Phone Numbers" to Fans

"Not give your phone number two celebrities for two reasons lindsey y your phone the number is don't you know your phone number is like very bad if you give out your phone number or to a lot of people's bad for security because of the way that security works now if somebody has your phone a number can be very bad like someone the wrong person even just the number okay just look look it up i'm not gonna explain it okay to the reason why celebrities these are asking for your phone number is because there's this new startup that i think is invested in by like ashton kutcher ashton kutcher it's bad but that's not the point what is what they're they're trying to do which is actually kind of genius i hate it is that when instagram like goes away or changes or anything like when these platforms change instagram graham has control of like their fan bases essentially like their audiences right and so of instagram where the disappear how would they connect with their fan bases oh why don't you get their phone numbers now starting now so that eventually if that ever happens you have their phone numbers right almost like collecting emails for like a newsletter and then re using the e mails for something else that is what this company is doing in the promise that like bill occasionally text people back that's like the strategy of the of the startup but what they they want very maliciously is your phone number so that when instagram goes away tiki TK TK who knows that they'll have your numbers yeah i went to see i wanted to say TVD but i said t k lickin journalism so you so you're telling me you've never texted us celebrities using this no do not give the celebrities your phone number they don't want to text you they don't they don't know and they'll they'll show videos it's like it's all using this app called community they'll show videos of them like responding to some but they're getting thousands and thousands of texts you're not gonna and get a real response from ashton kutcher and also why would you want one he doesn't know you he doesn't care

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The Last of Us Part II: Hands-On Impressions

Beyond!

09:29 min | 1 year ago

The Last of Us Part II: Hands-On Impressions

"The mood a little bit about what the event that was like and which which dilapidated coffee shop you got to pretend you're and we're brought to the Hollywood modern warehouse of big big open space with like twelve. TV's in it and so we were brought in we had a brief presentation about the game with some helpful gameplay tips from game wicky expert Neil Druckman and he gives some advice on what we're about to play and then we sat down a few stands you may have seen photos online on my twitter other people's who pretended they had just like a rundown shack over here or restaurants coffee over there nothing that extravagant it was actually pretty low key as an event but they had a few of those stands and then just just a bunch of TV's and they said sit down play the last of us part two and what we played was two levels. I think both are pretty early in the game. They didn't tell US exactly specifics expert. They were not the intro to the game. They were called patrol and then there was a level called suburbs patrol was set in Jackson. Wyoming where Elliott and jeweler living post host last of US one they're living there. The this sequence took place immediately after the three twenty eighteen trailer where we I saw Elliot at the dance with DNA played by Shannon Woodward and the two of them kiss dance and then we see a next day which is basically a patrol day in their life of how they live at this encampment the second part was suburbs which was set in Seattle and Seattle has basically been turned into this militant overrun state by group WWL F. and basically basically if you're not a member of the WF or part of their regime the people that they look over the don't want you in Seattle and they will either take you prisoner or kill you as a result and Elliot's there to rescue some friend who shouldn't be there and that leads to a lot of terrible terrible interactions with terrible scavengers. Now you have an idea of before these are set sort of in the story following the trailer but you have a sense of her. They are sort of in the structure of the game. I think they were both act. One for sure I would say day so there will be some story spoilers throughout talk about I'll try to keep it as light as possible but the second chapter chapter the suburbs bit definitely split apart. They did not happen. Sequentially suburbs ended with that moment withdrawal at the end of the new release date trailer where he's there and keeps Sir safe from scavengers. Why what do you think I'd let you do this alone. That's how that demo ended and I think that's a hell of an act one to me. That felt like a great act one. Here's the end of the story okay. We're GONNA get into something totally different now because to me that implies. Joe Is Not really a big presence in the first third of the game at least you and I love how the tables will tend possibly in the second act. Where Joel is your companion. Yeah we still have this obviously the lingering bombshell from the end of the first game and does that feel like there's a mossy there does that feel like that will get addressed. It definitely does and I got to speak to kneel after as well in the way he described it was like in this game their relationship Asian chip is strained. This'll love each other but the events of the first game definitely impacted them and you know the end of the last US leave some ru open to interpretation of how Elliot took what happened and how much he actually knows. I think Elliot's a smart enough person to know what transpired but he would have figured it out by Nick and especially by now I think she knows it's tough to we'll. We'll try our best to not score that because it is a playstation plus game yes yeah I mean presumably if you're watching stuff about the last part to you played the last of us part one save on suffice to say the ending of the loss of original was very it lift Joel in a very morally gray area. Yes it it is I would say one of the best video I think yeah sure if and and for me that s probably Super Mario Brothers to where it's it's very Ming yeah which is very special and Conquers Bedford yes but yeah this actually has a lot of parallels with Congress Bedford Day but we'll get to that I once oh bed so yeah. It very much felt like these two chapters were in a pretty early on in the game. The first patrol level very much felt like here's how some of the new mechanics work. Here's the basics of combat so that that I would say is probably within the first hour or two after whatever the intro is and then patrols probably a little bit later on from there but Neil and then some of the other team members like they're all. They were very much reiterating this event. What you're seeing is a very small slice of this game like they were. They've been saying this is the the biggest game naughty dog has ever done in terms of scope on a gameplay complexity level on a world level on a story level and so which I'm a little I don't want to say like skeptical about I am a little apprehensive about because I did feel like on charter for awhile it had a ton of excellent stuff did have a little bit of bloat and oversight. Its welcome a little bit. I did appreciate that it allowed you in the story to sort of stop and smell the roses here and there but that game felt needlessly padded at times with a lot of puzzles stuff but that said this has always been a more story driven you know output from that studio so I do have faith that something cool pool come from all that I mean the my favorite seasons of TV. Shows are eight to ten hours. You know I would say that my least favorite shows are the ones that are twenty four hours a season and so so I do hope that there there is a a narrative justification for this being that long I know Gamers do ten a complaint longer with better because because it is a better value for sixty bucks but at the end of the day I do. I want them to have a very strong narrative driven reason to be here for the song that the tone of the last most of us is definitely more suited to a longer game. He does have those quiet moments. It's a sort of stealth game which encourages you to sort of like it's it's kind of it's brooding in its in its totally only much different from uncharted. which is you don't see many like popcorn action movies that are four hours long whereas dramatic prestige television goes on for you know he's take time yeah and the game play perspective? Utah show that Max like we were just chatting before the loss of us is very much it has the beating heart of us have a horror which means that you know instead of plowing through wave away the enemies like you doin'. China full which did grow and by the end like theoretically theoretically every encounter will be very considered like each combat encounter I hadn't we can get into combat and the second is very like brutal and I had to consider every every single opponent that I could run into but on the in terms of game length side. I'm definitely cautiously optimistic because right now we can only go on the eighth of what we've been told but talking to neil he very much like the thing that's the team about. The last of us is it's tension and that that never lets up you do have those quiet moments here and there but like as an overarching story it is constantly propelling you forward and he said that was the goal with this game like this is not a game where there patting out with like here's twenty fund side missions right now like he was like this is a ten game all the way through and we're keeping thing that tone in that pace in the sequel just happens to be larger because of the story necessitated that right it's like. Dina's missing and she's got to go collect ten flowers uh-huh so sorry guys just going to go through this and even said that is an example. He's like there's nothing worse than a game where you're like. Hey I need to save my best friend around but first let me find these five potions for you to go out on patrol look for survivors but also collect one hundred crickets because I want to impress a girl I mean me and Horizon Listen. I was like there's a lot to do but I should get the coffee mugs because I'm a sucker for for stuff like that. the environment speaking of which they feel like there was a little more room to swim around amount or not necessarily swim around 'cause. I couldn't swim in the first game and I saw no swimming swimming swimming. TVD I forgot to ask Neil about swimming. I've said this before she has nothing to do you and she has no school should lynn to swim swim sort it out yet environmentally. It's the approach that they're taking is that like white linear thing that everyone likes to say and as such a marketing term but essentially like it is a game that has forward momentum both on the story and your progression of the world but you'll get to areas that are larger and so kind of like you know like got a tomb raider which I was thinking that we don't actually have a a term for that. You just said why why they call it in the depth side because they hate this thing dibs when you talk to. Dave's because everyone's always angling for is it open well and they they like no. It's not open world but then they have nothing thing to kind of replace it with the finish finish. I think widely is probably I mean. I hate it but it's probably the best description we've got. I understand it. The the structure of the first last of us is very much rooted in last Chen like it. We got this you know. ps four in this generation has brought a ton of open world is almost standard and that that level of sort of of openness player freedom and we saw this with with uncharted forward. There's the big hold like deep area and you know big sprawling areas to explore but it's still a linear story. We almost have to rewind to be like how to talk about how it's how it's structured can talk about that a little bit yes so at least in the portions that I saw it was very much like a as you progressed through that level there are certain points where it closes off the back part of that level progressing through a story beat in the world and and so if you missed you know a couple of pieces of ammo back there or some medication to help like up your skills it's gone

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"tvd" Discussed on Safe For Work

Safe For Work

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"tvd" Discussed on Safe For Work

"How do we actually excuse our selves, from that moment to avoid your example or your outcome? You know the event began. The meeting begins not at the moment, people walk in the door. But at the moment of discovery the moment that that outlook. Under pops into your screen, and you're actually priming people all the way from that moment of invitation to the moment, they walk in the door. And so if you have done things like name your event or sent an Email invitation outlook that says more than TVD than fame of the place you actually are allowing people to decide ahead of time. What is the purpose of this meeting and do I need to be there? View also say, quote, gathering will not a chill activity, unquote. Please explain what you mean by that many gatherings. I think both at work and socially tend to suffer from this culture of chill. I'm not gonna pose my own thing, on people who might ask people to do his way. You're it's cool, your call. I'm cool. Like everything's fine. When we don't want to impose on our guests either our vision for a meeting or a structure, whatever the existing powered AmEx that already are gonna take over to think about what is your purpose. And then what are the ground rules are, what are the structures or are? How are you going to actually create a dynamic where the people in the room, regardless of the hierarchy feel like they can equally play a role in contributing to that purpose. That's, that's one of several kind of rules of bunch of steps that you've actually laid out in the book to make gatherings more productive. I think you call that. When issuing pop-up rules, a couple of others, though. One is let everyone see and be seen. What does that mean? CNBC is basically the site did that at the beginning of your meeting or beginning of your conference, or whatever it is to pause and to give time to helping everybody to actually just see who's in the room, and that actually means both physically and you don't have to announce that you're doing this. But things like putting people if you have a table, not just having three people sit on one side. People sitting on the other side to kinda close the table so that circle to people each head of the table so that everyone can actually see. Each other, otherwise, you can only see the people across from you. Right. It becomes a Goshi Asian or a ping pong match. But it also means see who's there and spend time at the very beginning to help people understand. Why are they here? Why's everyone else here and why does that matter? And at the beginning of the meeting to not start with logistics, but to start by connecting people to the purpose and to connecting people to each other at that another one of your tips. I love this one caused good controversy. I think the reason most people feel like meetings are waste of time is because the whole goal is to not have any controversy that's came. We'll just get along during the course of the meeting, but no pre it, you say causing good controversy in the room is the way to go would is good controversy. I remember years ago when I was advising a company, somebody who had lasted there for a long time. When all others had they said, if you wanna be able to survive here, you need a de risk, every meeting real decisions in real conversation doesn't actually happen in the meetings that happens invisibly with the people who are in the know in the secret sidebars, yes. Exactly. And causing controversy. Basically, isn't invitation to say design, your meetings.

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"tvd" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"tvd" Discussed on Skimm This

"So how are carrier's going to decide which calls the block that part's TVD the FCC is kind of letting cell carriers do this their own way for now? But the FCC is pushing them towards a special system called shaken and stir. Yes, like an indecisive JAMES BOND shaken in stir helps carriers verify that callers are legit and not hiding behind bony. Caller ID numbers before they get to consumers one problem technologies like shaken. Stor aren't perfect Bill block robocalls. But they also block haulers that aren't in your context list like your doctor or the pizza delivery guy. So why is the FCC addressing this problem? Now robo calling scams are actually on the rise from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen the number of unwanted robocalls increased by almost fifty percent last year Americans received tens of billions of spam calls, it's gone, and so bad that the FCC has said robocalls are the number one complaint. They received from customers..

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FAA approves first commercial drone delivery service

KRLD Programming

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

FAA approves first commercial drone delivery service

"Google got an approval this week four drone delivery in a rural area of one St. so drone delivery is still a long way away from really hitting the mainstream in Amazon did not have the capability you Toronto delivering the United States just yet. So I would say TVD on that. I don't expect anything really significant to happen this year in

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Jelly Belly creator making CBD beans

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Jelly Belly creator making CBD beans

"And the creator of jelly bellies launching a new on new line of jelly beans infused with cannabis derived TVD David Klein, sold his stake in the Fairfield company almost forty years ago after creating. The beans, but he's formulated a new bean with the non intoxicating elements of cannabis or CBD the beans will hit the market in April on you guessed it for

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"tvd" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Rebecca, Juliana Carello CEO treatable talking about TVD products. So where we left off. I was on some of the benefits that folks are seeing and using some of these products on pets the science behind it turn a little bit into kind of what it is where it comes from how it's manufactured. So first question on that is how is CBD grown and processed. Well, there's many different ways that it's grown, and processed we've identified very specific cultivation process that works really well for our product line. And what it is is it's basically sort of a hybrid. I guess you could say between cannabis in Hampton in that it has this full cabinet profile, minus the THC, and this was basically accomplished by scientists and cultivators that we're looking to create a product that was CBD rich that could be shipped across state lines and was not necessarily classified as cannabis because as you know, cannabis has you know, stricter there's stricter restrictions around how cannabis products can. Can be extracted and infused and then sold as infused products, sell we needed to switch to a hemp based product for the ease of being able to provide the product across the country to all animals, so really what this product is made from hemp derives CBD. And as I mentioned this really looks more like a cannabis plant because the cabinet profile shows all those rich can appanage that you find in a cannabis plant industrial hemp tends to have very low levels of all canal, even low levels of CBD. But the problem is if we were to extract these vital can happen nights from the cannabis plant, the THC content would just be too high to include in an animal product. So it was necessary for us to switch to the hamp, but we are strong believers in what is called the entourage effect. And let that is is that all of these cabinets when working together? A four person or an animal they're going to work more efficiently together than if they're isolated. So when we give an animal just CBD, we might see some great results, but we're going to see better results, if we give an animal full-plant extract. Meaning it's got CBD maybe C B and C B D A C B D V all those other can apple nights that have health benefits, and they seem to work better together than when given alone. Gotcha. So there's today's learnings for for anybody that wants to impress their friends at the cocktail party the entourage effect. That was actually a great explanation of it. So folks going look this up they're going to see a lot of acronym. Terms like CBD impeach CR. Those are at least two labels you find commonly. So we talked about CBD a little bit. What does PR stand for? And how are the two different? If they are. So CBD is the actual acronym. Given to canal dial all of the cab annoyed from him and cannabis have a three or four letter acronym associated with them because they all have like a lot of syllables mouthful to get out. So a CD is really just an abbreviation. Now, those of us in the industry that are recognizing some of the legal issues that are coming up with CBD along with the fact that we wanted to convey that this product actually has more than just CBD switching to a term, which is PCR. That's basically the new verbiage PCR means at Fido rich, so our oil is not just CBD rich. But it has CBD a CBD has these other cannabinoid. So it just made sense to make that change to PC our oil instead of just calling out CBD. Gotcha makes perfect sense. So you mentioned the legal issues, and I'm sure I'm sure you're gonna arrange your perceptions on this from folks that are very educated to the perceptions of this week for my dogs. So what is the legal backdrop? In current state. Sure. Well, I mean, we're talking about chemicals that have a very unique place in history that unfortunately because of how this country has dealt with cannabis over the last seventy five plus years starting with this product being recognized as a schedule one narcotic so cannabis still sits on the controlled substance act as a schedule one narcotic everybody in the world knows that this is ridiculous. But, you know, unfortunately, there's reasons for its placement as a schedule one narcotic, and obviously everybody that's involved in this industry is looking to see that get changed. But in the meantime, what it's done is. It's essentially restricted all research into can avenue. It's so if it's a schedule one narcotic, it is deemed as harmful it's deemed as not having any medical value at all, and is therefore blocked from research will I don't know of any other substance on earth that has this profound of an effect to a person or an animal's health and wellness that is still considered partially illegal monitor federal level. So obviously, we love to see some change here. And you know, when people complain, oh, well, there's not enough research. We need more research. Well, we're not gonna get much more research until we. Disgraceful cannabis. And sadly, what's happened? When you look at the time line and the history of all this CBD was discovered or at least became largely well known in the public's mind after cannabis was placed on the controlled substance act. So now, we have is a completely non psychoactive substance with profound medical value has by default become a schedule one narcotic, and that's crazy. I can't disagree with you on that you the background on it. Did you see the traction across the US with legalization of both medical and recreational marijuana? Do see that opening up a lot of future opportunities for where this class of I want to call it a drug probably putting a wrong label, but classic substances becomes more readily available and better tested for therapeutic and medicinal purposes. One would think that you know? The expansion of medical cannabis laws with lead to the federal government actually rethinking this. But those two don't seem to be going hand in hand. But what's happening instead, which is probably counterproductive to what the federal government actually wants to happen. Is there simply strengthening the medical cannabis movement and keeping this federally illegal wallets legal on a state level has created all kinds of confusion, and it hasn't necessarily moved the needle on research because as long as we've got cannabis as a schedule one narcotic federally that means they can restrict banking. They can restrict research they can restrict interstate commerce. There's all kinds of restrictions that come with that classification. So our biggest hope of all the things that we'd like to see change the biggest change that needs to happen is removing it from control. Substance act, not just for the sake of CBD. But so that we can study all of the canal, and we can study them on all species. There's so many questions we still don't have answered and we keep hitting roadblocks with research because of this federal classification not to mention how difficult it is for businesses like ours and others to do banking. I mean, we've had so many challenges with regard to that. And it's it's absurd that we have to go through this when we're simply trying to make our animals feel better with a completely safe and nontoxic substance that is grown on earth and has been used by mankind and their animals for thousands and thousands of years. I can only imagine being on your side of the fence. And the challenges goes have what about messaging? I mean, you are a product company you have to market you have to message to folks, what type of restrictions. Do you guys have with this class of products that you have to be sensitive to well, we can't make any claims? At all. Which is tricky because we get reviews, you know, all day long about how effective the product is on all these different conditions. And yet we can't really provide that information on our website. The FDA would not allow it. We cannot make claims about any substance that hasn't gone through proper FDA trials. So if you look at our website, we've pared down substantially on that information out of necessity and for remaining compliant. It's not the way we want to go. But it's the way we have to go and our intention is to stay in business. Because at this point we've got hundreds of thousands of animals across the world using our product not just to help with the occasional anxiety. We're talking about animals with severe anxiety severe.

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"tvd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"My health insurance company. But they the staff here has been extremely helpful with with getting that authorized now one of the things, and I read this statement earlier. UPN see did not want to go on camera yesterday with Katie KYW TV, but they did issue a written statement. And in that statement, they said consumers are benefiting from the competition and nearly all businesses now offer alternative affordable plans, and that to me is kind of what's duck out the affordable plans because I think a Ford -able is subjective. I mean, what's to one person may not be to another. It is subjective. Excuse me. She's me plans offered by my employer. Yeah. You PM see is more expensive than the one. I have. And I think the other thing sometimes is people underestimate what happens when you find a doctor a medical team that you feel comfortable with and you feel confident in because sometimes that can be a journey just finding the right? Doctor who listens you understand. And then gives you some relief from whatever. Exactly. And at one point I did explore going down tedious. But just the initial contact. We made it clear to me that I was going to have to start from scratch and you go through protocols that I've already been through and. With experienced staff that I've been dealing with knows what works for me. And what does is just having to start all over with that. And and start creating some kind of history with somebody else is really is really worse. If I need at this point, I'm very comfortable with the way things are being managed. And did you have to turn this over and start from scratch again is just. Perplexing. And you know, what rusty let me ask you this because and I don't know if you're listening earlier, but I I share part of my personal story in that is because I changed jobs from Katie k TVD, Katie k radio. I am in a similar situation in that. Now, I have different health insurance coverage. So I have to make different choices show..

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Mattis calls deployment to the border 'great training' as he visits troops

Brett Winterble

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Mattis calls deployment to the border 'great training' as he visits troops

"Rating across the border into the United States. He noted more recently national guard troops were used in border missions ordered by President George W Bush and Barack Obama, but not on the cusp of a midterm election. Well, the midterm election is over in the troops are still there. So for anybody who wants to say, it's an electoral stunt. I think they're coming up short inter smoking rope. But nevertheless, the Pentagon chief General Mattis said that within a week to ten days, the fifty eight hundred troops currently deployed at the border mission will have accomplished all their tasks initially requested by customs and border protection. Although additional tasks are now being worked out between the Pentagon and DHS Mattis did not say how soon the mission might end. Current deployments are scheduled to last till December fifteenth, but that could change in addition to the fifty eight hundred active duty troops in the border area about twenty one hundred national guard troops have been providing borders support since April critics questioned the wisdom of using the military on the border where there's no discernible security threat. Although President Donald Trump has said that a caravan of Central American migrants, traveling northward through Mexico amounts to an invasion since the election. He said little about the matter, but the president doesn't have to say a lot about better. First of all the president did raise that mission in the now infamous press conference ruined by Jim Acosta's, very presence. The president has not done a whole lot of public events and has not done a whole lot of public speaking. He was talking about it on the campaign trail a lot because it was a friend of mine issue for a lot of folks who are out there getting ready to vote. And who were showing up at these rallies. And if the issue they would have been yelling out what about the migrants. What about the migrants? So he preemptively dealt with the issue. We talked about it, which makes sense. So I don't I don't know how much he's supposed to. I don't know how much he supposed to talk about it. If the military is doing their job customs and border patrol are doing their job. How many speeches he's supposed to make about this? If we're handling the situation. Nielsen and Mattis spoke with senior U S commanders in addressed rank and file troops. Mattis told the troops. The mission is to backup customs and border patrol right now, bats the role. That's all the role is the eyes of the world right now. Certainly of the Americans are on you Mattis told the soldiers, adding they're part of nontraditional mission. We're here because the number of illegals who say they're going to illegally tried to cross into our country. He said apparently referring to the several thousand migrants moving north through Mexico. One soldier asked Mattis what the short and long term plans for the military are Mattis said the short-term objective is to get sufficient numbers of wire and other barriers in place along the border as requested by the longer objective is somewhat to be determined. All I think what he's saying. Is it depends on the response by Mexico. It depends on the response by the caravans is to caravans suddenly diverting all head to legal ports of entry. Then it's a different mission. Eighty emission just sorta keep order at maybe mission to just sort of keep control of the situation to make sure everything's done properly. There's no gatecrashing or people running across. So the the mission is TVD in the long-term defining long-term is a tough situation. Let's go to the phones early this hour talk to Jason alcohol on. Hello. Jason. What's on your mind today, sir? Good. I think about this. The military is being paid to be on the military base, and they're not in a war footing. So they're not getting combat pay right? All at once they're removed from that basis out to another base the border. How is the cost going to increase? Where's the increase in the cost? They still get paid as their there or on the base. Right. May maybe the cost of the Bob wire to go up and stuff like that. But it should not be an astronomical increase to have the troops down there on the border. Well, yeah, I mean, you would think that's the case. Right. Because you think all the supplies have already been bought and paid for you would think that the fuels have been bought and paid for. I don't know what kind of support they have to then rely upon that requires them to spend money. You are right them working in concert. Versus working on a base. I can't imagine that the cost is is much greater than that. It would normally be. But you know, it remains to be seen. We'll we'll have to monitor that. And I will keep an eye out on how it is costs may be increasing. We have fifty eight hundred troops are. And then you got fifty eight hundred troops down on the border. And you're trying to watch the situation. I personally, I mean, if you're gonna ask me Brent, would you rather have troops in Yemen? Our troops on the Texas border with Mexico. I'd rather have troops on the Texas border with Mexico. I don't want to see my guys deployed to Yemen, unless they have to be I don't wanna see them deployed anywhere overseas. Unless they have to be the US military is to secure the United States of America, I primarily to defend the United States of America. And if you're deployed in Texas, great, at least, you're in the United States for likely thanksgiving and or Christmas. But I tell you what I'm curious about is are we gathering intelligence on the shadowy forces behind the caravan. See I would like to know that the president has ordered. Our surveillance capabilities against these caravans to figure out who the organizers are find out where they are organizing. And maybe if necessary make contact with the paymasters in the organizers of the caravan. I mean, if you are responsible for taking six thousand seven thousand fifteen thousand whatever that number is and deploying them into the United States in an unauthorized fashion. I have to believe that there. There may be some charge. You can be charged with. Under the American Federal criminal statutes, are you are you involved in some sort of violation of our sovereignty some violation of our immigration law. Are you responsible for for causing some sort of a catastrophe on? I mean, those are all sorts the sort of things that I

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"tvd" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Anyone through Jap blue I need to make a call. I am in need of just like delta go-to person. And honestly, I used to have one and I like bother her too much. And now she hates me. So if you work at delta, and you have power to like move seats move flights upgrade seats like please, hit me a more. So you'd move flights about changes. All I'm looking for cancel a flight that I have this weekend JetBlue without a change. That would be really helpful. I don't know if I'm going to call it anymore. Why on changed? I mean, it's TVD. But I said you see wicked. Yes, I was thinking about your tickets. No, okay. Just hold off. Okay. I want to see wicked Benz number seen wicked because that was obviously showing him. Grenada thing because he appreciates it a good talent. And I thought he would appreciate it. And I thought he liked like show tunes. I guess he doesn't know never seen wicked. What I didn't grow up in New York and never see wicked. That's like number seeing The Lion King and his mom loves Broadway. Like, they're always going to shows. So I was just like shocked hot to find that out. So we have to we have to right that wrong. I'll see one. No, something crazy. It's november. Isn't that? Crazy is crazy my birth month, my birthday's in less than a week, and like it's un-chinese anything less than a week. It's five days five days. But it's like so crazy 'cause everyone's counting down till November six, and so am I but like for completely different reasons? Hello. How fucking like lame is that for me so lane, but a great opportunity to tell everyone to vote to vote. I think it's too late to register. But get out only in New York 'cause you know, one time the first time I ever voted. Well, actually, the first time ever voted was when I was in NYU, and they made it so easy for you. If you were living in a dorm, and I got a letter literally a year later that my ballad was never cast because captain sent a captain sandy hurricane sandy hurricane sandy fucked up the mail and like a bunch of letters. I mean, ballads never got said is that crazy?.

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"tvd" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"If you're just joining us recapping this top story, the scene appears to be set for a meeting between President Trump and embattled deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, there'd been speculation. You would resign or be fired today? CBS news update deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein was summoned to the White House today amid some conflicting reports one that he had offered his resignation to chief of staff John Kelly and another that he'd be fired CBS's Paula Reed prior to this meeting. He did meet with general Kelly when I asked I said, well, this is me, and he wasn't fired. Or is a TVD is there like a committee meeting and all sorts of Justice official says he's still the deputy attorney journal all of this comes following reports last week that Rosenstein had floated the idea of secretly recording the president as part of an effort to remove him from office for incompetence CBS's, Ed O'Keefe Rosenstein, of course, overseas the special counsel investigation, and there's been concern among Democrats and Republicans that were the president to remove Rosenstein or attempt to remove Robert Muller. You might see a real vulnerability over the special counsel investigation. She s news update. I'm Jim shanavie. News time one thirty five in other news. Bill. Cosby sentencing is underway in Norristown. But it appears the eighty one year old entertainer will have to wait until tomorrow to learn that sentence KYW's suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports a packed courtroom for Bill Cosby sense, including the five additional accusers testified at trial and the primary victim Andrea Constand sitting with her family and her attorneys who represent civil cases four people in the two rows reserved for Cosby, his wife is not yet been in a courtroom. It appears unlikely Cosby will learn sentenced today is the defense has a scheduling conflict with a witness needed for a hearing dealing with how Cosby would be classified under Megan's Law. Prosecutors argue is a sexually violent predator likely to re-offend his attorney argues. There's no evidence presented to show. The eighty one year old Cosby would ever commit another crime Cosby faces ten years for each of the three county was found guilty of. But it's likely they would merge for sentencing. Prosecutors argue for a state prison sentence while the defense will likely argue for probation or house arrest in Norristown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. KYW news time one thirty six weekend. Saving work on the Ben Franklin bridge stretched into the into this morning and caused headaches for westbound commuters. Ws Mike DeNardo reports. Only two instead of four westbound lanes were opened for the morning rush because a weekend resurfacing project ran into Monday morning DRP. Chief engineer Mike von Nudo says a sixteen hundred foot section was mill down to the steel deck and attack coat was put.

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"tvd" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"I have amazing cleavers. I had TVD oil waiver. What for you when you get a girl. That is not necessarily a business when you take it from a place where you're, you know, dating for yourself, baking for your friends. And then all of a sudden you have to replace our you all of a sudden unhappy to do accounting. You have to do janitorial work. You have to turn this into a business. I'm kind of doesn't become fun, and I love testing out aside hustle because sometimes it's just as important to realize what you don't wanna do as realizing what you do wanna do because burning your corporate RAV really tastefully which actually I did is not awesome because you're going out into the place where it's cool to be your own boss, but you're your own boss. And so you do have now a really cool off, but you're responsible for everything and a lot of times that income as precarious. So I really recommend even if it is later in life, like VERA, like they say, rally a, like all these pitcher. Started later on it. It's really important to test out your idea. I think that is amazing advice because I think there's times where I, I have an idea and I'm thinking like, this is what I wanna do like once I once I really figure out the details of it and financially like this is what I wanna do, and I feel like a lot of people do that and then they get into it and they've spent all this money and they realize it's not something that they want is a career. It was just a good idea or seemed fun or seemed like a good hobby and like blurred the lines of like, like you said, a hobby or Javi. Yeah, exactly. And having a hobby is awesome, but a job like you have to make money from that. A lot of times we like, you know, you can probably have girlfriends who do this to where they wanna start a business with full and not a business in the end of the day, even if you do sort of business, you wanna make sure you have the logistics of nine months, at least saving in the Bank. You wanna make sure healthcare situation is in order. These are not like super sexy topic because already know realism. So sexy, I wanna mentally, why the g. five before I got off the ground, it's like hold up. Wait a minute. Like we actually have to talk about that. He's not sexy things because being broke his, not actually. I don't as you wanna have your own back going into it. I feel like I really want to encourage people to actually truly read this book because there's so much that you cover, especially in terms of like if you do want to start your own business, like kind of the checklist of things that you should go through. Before doing it and a lot like even for writing a book like she kinda goes through the things that you really need to like think about, you know, practically there's so many little things in this book that I think can help a lot of people that obviously, you can't answer in a phone interview, but it's there's so many practical things that I really, really like encourage a lot of everybody listening to read this book. Yeah. You're welcome. I was really impressed. I've really, really was because I think that there's just like a lot of things that that you know that we don't think about and you kind of put it all out there like an ABCD format, which is really easy to read and consume. Yeah. Well, yeah, twelve theft plan girl because I. Recovery is many problem, and we all have probably have more issues in vogue, but here's the thing like as long as you know exactly what that is, you can tackle it. And in a we all want to make more money. We all want to hopefully save more money. But a wish without a plan is not gonna help anybody. So it's really important to have a plan and not just thinking, oh, what if I do this? What if I do that, it's actually about writing down reverse engineering, to figure out how to get the money to live the life you want..

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"tvd" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on KOMO

"Think that's what it was I'm pretty sure, that around those numbers the thought that things, are slowing down, but, instead, of, being an old fifteen percent increase eleven to sixteen or whatever the number, he, said it's? Only? Going to be six to seven and. I? Thought, well yeah maybe but. I. Don't think anybody wants to. Panic. The, market by saying that hey guess what guys it's not gonna keep going up however right yeah Yeah Zillow predicted home sales for last year's, appreciation was at twelve point seven. Percent and they saw expectations for. Five point four percent for the coming, year Robert I think that's a pretty, high number I my prediction would be something more like two to three percent but that's also because, when I'm working with my clients buyers specifically, I'm not trying, to, I'd, rather, have their expectations feed lower than higher so if it it'd be nice, if, it was? Five? Or six percent but I'm predicting two. To? Three So the question I have for that, is two to three percent of what of some number that, somebody thought they going to get for their house like nine, hundred, thousand dollars when it's. Really worth maybe seven fifty or eight hundred the. Most I think you have to kind of roll back time a little, bit because we have seen such Fervor to try to get homes and so with. Multiple offers things have gone up probably higher than they should have self we'd look back six months And you can go two. To three percent from there Okay yeah oh six months ago All right Okay. Of course I don't have a crystal by. Love to I'd be. So rich Price Uber optimistic that I'm going to buy this nine hundred thousand dollar. House and in five, years I'm going to sell up for one, point four million that I'm going to buy something else for that. Much, yeah I I when I think, about. Yeah when I think about, that I think you should buy your house so that you can live into. It, obviously there's always going to be beat people that buy homes for investment. Properties but the reality there is it meets your family's criteria for a, good you, know working, home then you, know obviously you'll see some, appreciation but not at the levels that we've seen in the. Past I think those days are definitely slowing down is something that you love Herself. Living in for a while and then you're not going to be asked, concern in, the back, of your mind, he want your home to, continue to appreciate but by something that you love and that. You think's a great fit Harry to your point for your family right Hey Robert thanks for the call today really appreciate it so Robert brings up some great. Points right, obviously folks either will buy a property so that their family can live in it. And love it and whatever the appreciation, is it is and, then there are, the, other segment of society that wants to invest and there's nothing wrong with investors and things like that but ultimately I. Think my personal in my personal opinion is, that you should buy the property that makes sense for your particular situation what he has agree one thousand percent. Okay Yeah I also think the appreciation rates through. Are very price point specific. So when we're talking you know upper end market of excessive two million. I, do, think that you know being. At that more. One to three percent expectation for this, next? Year, is probably pretty accurate but I think we're gonna see like anything under six or seven hundred, thousand on the east side I think. That's going to continue to have a strong at least a strong appreciation of TVD about how what that will be but yeah. Yeah it's, all about who is actually in that buyer pool at what time so a higher. Price property I consider luxury two point, five and above in, on the east. Side The the number of people who can qualify to purchase a property at that level is less so. When you're looking at a lower price Tom let's just say it's one million price point. On the east side. That's available to many many people larger. Buyer pool yeah so Brit if people want to get a hold of you, how would they go ahead and get a, hold of, you, well they can call me I am. A huge or call me at. Two zero six six eight three. One. Seven three seven and I would also like to give it a. Little plug idea a, video series, called Brits picks it is a on. My website WWW dot Brits picks dot com and I do a segment about every month up talking about what I'm seeing in, the real estate market and then I pick out a couple of of my favorite properties and talk. About them I love Brits breaks that's how kind of I found you obviously in that was just an amazing little video from. What I, saw, it and it has as quick as I clicked I thought oh should. Definitely have Bretton avenue properties. On so thank you for doing that I think it's a great marketing Thing but it's very informative and, I think, a, lot of your clients like that they. Do and their homes are featured. On my on this on this On this video. Segment. And so and those videos are five thousand? People are looking at them so it's a, great way to get the, word out. For people as well Christina how do people get a hold of you you can call me. At, four thousand five six to eight nine six nine, six and, I'll, see, you could Email. Me at Christina with a h. Chr avenue properties dot, com okay and. Then Kellyanne my phone number four to five four, six six six four one zero and you can. Also Email. Me at Callan at avenue properties. Dot com so a lot. Of folks don't know that Chris Christina and Kellyanne are working together. As a team that's exciting congratulations on your new new adventure I hope you very, much. I hope you well and, lots, of, success, and we're. Very excited I think you're gonna make a great team folks got to go to, another break unfortunately but here's. The number eight four four forty, four own it is. Your last opportunity to call in before you have a couple more segments and then we gotta go so talk to you soon It's,.

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"tvd" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Five coming your way let me let me take a look here. Let me just see if. It's a living up to the expectations. I I look at it they're showing to have at five o'clock we start the second half of the show and I have no idea what's coming out in the second half. Because I'm, so thoroughly prepared for the first. Half the second half I'm like I don't know what's gonna go we truly, don't? Know what's going to be in. The top five at five, right unless there's something just very obvious, and as it turns out as I look at the down here. It is love TVD's in a row. Coming up here very cool, because you never know TVD that's to, be determined theoretically Those are the most fun I totally bad dialogue is far. As I'm concerned just goes we don't. Know where it's gonna go Coming up I always enjoy it. Whether it's greater train wreck worth listening You're paid to listen. To this yeah I'm, worrying about the, people, who, aren't, paid They're okay with the train wreck days. All right let's you know it. Is, time for though this is everybody wants this Now the top five at five on the show Hip and. Knee center where they help you feel new again Yes Checking? With Number two Have.

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"tvd" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"On the wrong about everything podcast that that that that that what was going down there you and i have about forty seven kids between the two of us so you want a couple of them separated from for a while i don't take them all for a while i have one of them a camp and for for three weeks but but no we were talking about that so this is not necessarily any way shape or form an endorsement of any of that but you know what i found is that now for a while everything was russia russia russia now marcia marcia marcia russia russia russia and now everything is is is separation separation separations all they got if you aren't on the page of what they're doing on the border separating families is wrong on a little tangent here but if john justice was here he'd appreciate this best protests sign us off from over the weekend when they were having a couple of protests marches about their family separation was assigned lady had it and she said hey anna can skywalker was separated from his mother to how did that turn out and it just it opens up a whole new realm of oh that's what happens when you brit families apart at the border one of them becomes darth vader it's hard to argue with that and we go to break because you know what i decide but no what we found is that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it yeah when you start making that bad decision from long long ago in a galaxy far far away now just to heat that on at the same time that we're separating families creating little mini darth vader's all over the place we're also becoming embroiled in a trade or the empire and factions and dissimilarities are pretty soon we're gonna find ourselves in a ground war in your in asia well you know that's that's inconceivable but i was at poker hottest that would be inappropriate elizabeth warren had a big couple of weeks i saw on twitter that she got a new puppy poppy and she posted it and looked to be elaborate lab mix and you know they say never read the comments i also found don't read don't read don't read the twitter mentions either about a puppy a puppy because she said the name of the puppy is tvd somebody who i just had just had to go down there somebody says lisbeth warrants the puppies name as tvd does that mean to be determined and i just had to put twitter down for a little while i just had to walk i just had to walk away because you know what these people have the ability to do vote and that's drive on our roads they prepare food they they educate our children they fly our airplanes i don't know what this guy did but that was one of those things where you put that you put that on twitter man and like lots of people got to see it it's gonna be there for a while it'll be there forever being a being there forever first installation today of poop talk new recurring series on unfortunately that'll be a little bit of a theme today what million gallons of sewage discharged into the cannon river not that far from where i live you know you're you're you're safely nestled in saint paul i'm in the deep south no problem with the river in saint paul pay no attention you got the big river fine one million gallons of sewage discharging two cannon river triggering a water advisory i would hope so i would hope so cannon falls minnesota dakota county is temporary closed lake bills beat regional park beach in cannon falls and is recommending the public have no direct content with the lake's water following enorthfield wastewater treatment plant sewage discharge now if this was anything other than a municipal sewage plant say this was a oil pipeline for example we'd be shutting down every using that same logic that would be used if this is a pipeline we'll be shutting down every wastewater treatment plant in the state because that will make our waters safer late is lee illicitly campground and other park in any amenities will remain open but the beach is closed until further notice seems reasonable right now this is what when i read this this is this is what.

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"tvd" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"In coventry rhode island high angelina good morning i have cataracts that i'm gonna scheduled to get an operation for the cattle rights but i also have an macula degeneration now is that a separate thing that's not going to help me after i have the cataracts taking care of the surgery for the cataracts does not help the macular degeneration will help your overall eyesight but it's not going to help with the macular degeneration i heard you speak that about the the the what is see the cd oil yeah that could be potential and it's something that i would look at you take internally probably start with the plus tvd oil by cv sciences like a six milligram drops and you do two or three drops under the tongue twice a day and do that for a little bit and see how you feel about that and then over time this is something you talk to your practitioner about as far as how higher dosage you need to go up to because it's different for different people okay i see that will help them macular degeneration yes it's not gonna help not gonna help the cataracts but you're going to have those removed anyway yes i am thank you very much you're.

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"tvd" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And what that will do is if it's abled and many people require netflix amazon may well require that everything along the chain which would be the fire tvd tv itself anything that's in between the two a box of any kind will support hd c p so that to keep you from stealing their precious precious video and that might get in your way so before you go to your hotel i would try the boxes at least isn't too bad it's thirty seven bucks on amazon i would try at home and make sure that it doesn't block you what may happen is you don't get a signal or you'll get downgraded signal because of copy protection high bandwidth digital content protection hd c p thank you mike be high bandwidth digital content protection that's going to be your bugaboo has always copy protection gets in the way otherwise i should be okay if i don't get that copyright it's my guess you're not gonna be able to do it just because of that that they're the the i guess by this box and try to home i but my guess is it's going to put up a thing that says hd hd cpa isn't gonna let you play this be my guest but i don't know i should probably by one of these and try it so i'll put a link for the box in the i mean i've found one on amazon all you have to do it's easy enough to find his google hd hdmi to composite converter and once you google it may be it may merely be that what will happen is why you have to try it one of the options for htc p is not to block it entirely down resit to make it lower quality kind of i love lucy quality and if you can live with at least you can still watch your your estlink tv anybody's done this let me know if you've got a suggestion something that can that can help rick out let's hear let's hear about eight hundred eighty eight ask.

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North Carolina town probing officer seen choking black man

WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

02:00 min | 3 years ago

North Carolina town probing officer seen choking black man

"With female patients in his office federal court documents also accused dr michael alison smith of submitting fraudulent claims to medicare and medicaid north carolina medical board is revoked his license the youngest daughter martin luther king junior now calling for a boycott of waffle house restaurants following an incident near fayetteville pete combs with more face for video a white police officer is choking at twenty two year old man named anthony walsh even though the young man's hands are in the air he admits arguing with employees beforehand later telling w tvd television in raleigh was pretty much china's screen for air and tabriz because he was taught my top hits the second incident involving white cops and black customers at a waffle house in less than a month after police and sarah land alabama fought with a woman officers say was drunk president trump says you'll meet north korea's kim jong il and for those highly anticipated summit talks in singapore june twelfth the first facetoface north korea us summits since the end of the korean war philadelphia nurses charged in the death of the father of president trump's former national security adviser thirteenyearold kristen gainey charged with involuntary manslaughter neglect and records tampering in the death last month of hr mcmaster senior gainey could have saved mr mcmasters life had she simply done her job pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro says among other things she failed to give him a series of neurological exams following his fall at a philadelphia senior care facility florida josh today considering requests by the brother of parkland school shooter nncholas cruise to be allowed to move to virginia whereas lawyer says a home job and educational opportunities await the judge must approve because eighteen year old zachary cruises is on six months probation for trespassing at stoneman douglas high school after the massacre un ambassador nikki haley says america's gratitude crisis in her commencement address thursday clemson haley says today's college graduates should be grateful to live in america am attorneys in california could face discipline for having consensual sex with.

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Trump says U.S. will only rejoin Pacific trade pact if terms are improved

All Things Considered

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Trump says U.S. will only rejoin Pacific trade pact if terms are improved

"In los angeles i'm carl rozelle thursday april twelfth good as always to have you here everybody that was president trump in his fourth day in office pulling the united states out of the transpacific partnership the then twelve now eleven member asia pacific trade deal negotiated by the obama administration this which about the here is american hog farmer brian duncan talking to us last week on the four hundred and thirty ninth day of the trump administration and when we see this attitude towards china and also top talk on nafta we saw withdrawal from tpp which was going to be very beneficial agreement proposed producers i think that's all combined to a negative psychology that that there's already casualties in this trade escalating trade fight much like healthcare it seems global trade is proving to be a bit harder of a nut to crack than president trump had thought it might be in a meeting with farm state legislators and governors today mr trump said he has told his top economic and trade advice that he wanted them to see about getting the united states back into the transpacific partnership it's not really a surprise the president hinted at it in his speech at the world economic forum in davos in january treasury secretary steven mnuchin flat out said it in an interview on this program a month or two ago negotiations on this start tvd i guess trade aside the fundamentals of this economy are strong right now and we are going to get some corporate fundamentals over the next couple of weeks earnings to be specific big wall street banks j p morgan chase insig rupe among them are expected to report strong prophets tomorrow which could give a hint about the rest of things marketplaces ryan kyle has that one my fellow new yorker hope bowman says her 401k has been making her a little nervous lately yeah i called the investment specialists at charles schwab yesterday because i was just i got myself into a panic about my allocations she's been nervous for the same reasons a lot of investors are nervous these days geopolitical worries are probably the number one thing right now you have problems with north korea trump talking about a trade war with china things going on with syria jim senegal of morning start says that stuff's not helping stocks enter.

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"tvd" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Did you have power of attorney on our behalf what did it land on over there you're the one you're the one looking at the gods on the panthers not wearing i'm not wearing my glasses to panther isn't that a sport where eight teams make the playoffs yeah yeah well there were they were a little easier ways the research as you did it i wanted to get them out of the way i so the panthers this year tvd even though we kind of not not gonna make the playoffs tv charge espn for the research that you did that the discover how many time the panthers would have made the playoffs during the last ten years of the heat in a sport where eight teams are seeded that's something that you gina disney wise guy give me a year i'll tell you where they finished i don't care about any of two thousand thirteen fifteen to the fourteenth fifteenth camille give you their place two thousand thirteen fifteen two thousand two thousand nine ninth two thousand seven out of the ten year window sorry the fine anyways tvd on this year so i went back eleven years on the panthers they would have made the playoffs twice and they did make the playoffs twice because it's eight teams i was thinking spit landed on panthers he okay gimme here do another fifteen ten two thousand eight oh eight oh nine citing mother spent yep the copies doing your glasses again what is it is it the steam.

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"tvd" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I knew that was going to be i e i can't i don't i don't have my computers i didn't know but i was about his day is volleyball married oh no to both not in a relationship not married is bobby bones leaving the morning show saw that on dan tvd are there any other ones that they're no i only had two okay does bibles have tattoos yeah i've my grandma my mom in the state of arkansas anything else no what's by bones net north note now it's all i got no is anybody wanna know anything is let me see if a phone breaks bones on in dallas but we have huge podcast numbers i think they have country shows in dallas right they do whatever the case is weird downloaded so much in dallas are in dallas you guess yeah amy computer at home that's like me forgetting my car right now talking about it all morning how far away over there yeah it's in one of those things sort of fills awesome but really awkward hey look that up but she goes not don't have have a a good good thing she's on her phone over there during the show your buddy miss the bob transmit across america this is about that's right you watch baseball eddie i knew your son yeah we've been keeping it on tv so he gets excited i'm in pittsburgh on saturday and that is i don't go to pittsburgh it's snowing we were watching that pittsburgh game yesterday and it was full on snowing baseball's the summer sport man it's weird to see snow on the on the field on the diamond.

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"tvd" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I knew that was going to be i e i can't i don't i don't have my computers i didn't know but i was about his day is volleyball married oh no to both not in a relationship not married is bobby bones leaving the morning show saw that on dan tvd are there any other ones that they're no i only had two okay does bibles have tattoos yeah i've my grandma my mom in the state of arkansas anything else no what's by bones net north note now it's all i got no is anybody wanna know anything is let me see if a phone breaks bones on in dallas but we have huge podcast numbers i think they have country shows in dallas right they do whatever the case is weird downloaded so much in dallas are in dallas you guess yeah amy computer at home that's like me forgetting my car right now talking about it all morning how far away over there yeah it's in one of those things sort of fills awesome but really awkward hey look that up but she goes not don't have have a a good good thing she's on her phone over there during the show your buddy miss the bob transmit across america this is about that's right you watch baseball eddie i knew your son yeah we've been keeping it on tv so he gets excited i'm in pittsburgh on saturday and that is i don't go to pittsburgh it's snowing we were watching that pittsburgh game yesterday and it was full on snowing baseball's the summer sport man it's weird to see snow on the on the field on the diamond.

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"tvd" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"tvd" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Robbie you're on the almost same as podcasts sorry for bom rushing you yeah well we're talking about you so we figured that we should call you and get the info straight from the source what's that with the cina great to it yeah she is a fantastic human being she's become one of my best friends in la okay dating that is to tvd okay okay so it's a with a now now too early to you now is that is that kind of over on i mean that's just letting it down nice out giving way too much from kids did you watch the saint banner pumped show the new guy hadn't thought right no care some not caught up but i was just saying that i was like wait isn't she like isn't she was and she danes on the show but like i guess they're broken up well i met her through the guy had koch out towards and he now works that he had his first episode monday eight her and him have just been close everytime she's down because she was biggest now doing get where you're sex dip show charlotte jail sex strip show yes you remember sandra playmate she hosted chipper straight men from guy or something like that it's almost like a broadway show they have like seven shows stick nights a week on like there's two on saturday on sunday she's also she's doing also doing podcast but she had to come back she lied in every tuesday from vegas back out every thursday actors shows.

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