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Fresh update on "the york post" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Wall Street turned down for the tri state business report. And for that We're joined by Bloomberg's and Cory, A New Jersey woman has filed a lawsuit against Starbucks, claiming she was fired from her barista job because she refused to wear a company T shirt that promoted LGBT pride. Starbucks representative tells the New York Post. The company denies the allegation. Staten Island bar that declared itself an autonomous zone is testing a new tactic in hopes of staying open. W ABC TV REPORTS Max Public House has stopped charging customers instead, the owners say everything is free, but they're asking for donations. States already revoked the pub's liquor license. Branford, Connecticut based Ren Laboratories was formed to create blood tests to detect cancer. But the New Haven register says it's just developed a saliva test for the coronavirus at the request of the state. His developers say it's easier and faster than existing tests that you Bloomberg Tri State business Report. I'm Ed Corey. Right. Thanks. Ed 5 39 of Wall Street. Bloomberg Radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York. London toe Hung Chi. Let's check in now, with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 of silicate radio stations around the world. I'm.
Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon
"Corn and cobb horn and cobb fire up the google earth. This are some prodigious birds there the pair of bull basbug balls doing it out for a thanksgiving pardon from president trump making their grand debut at a swanky washington dc. Monday wasn't the presidential suite. But i'll tell you what it's Quite the swanky digs broad breasted white turkeys from iowa were introduced at the willard intercontinental hotel. That's where they're staying ahead of todays pardoning ceremony at the white house rose garden voting now open for all of us to pick who will get plucked for the pardon and be named the official national thanksgiving turkeys now. Both birds were born on june second but corn is a little chunky chunkier actually weighing in at forty two pounds to cobb swell measly. Forty one pounds as i said. These are some big birds and according to one report that i pulled. Let's see this is a piece by tomorrow lapping now. The new york post differences don't end there. Cobb has a knack for solving puzzles munch on soybeans. Oh and also wants to tour. Dc monuments while porn is a college football fan and budding storm chaser. Who one day hopes to visit the iowa. State fair okay. The foul fortunate enough to receive the pardon will be announced at today's ceremony. Though neither will be on the dinner table for thanksgiving. Both birds will be shipped off to retirement at the iowa state. University's the animal science department. After the event now just acacia keeping track. The presentation of turkey to the white house began in nineteen forty seven. This is when president harry. Truman was in office. But it wasn't until nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine that the of pardoning the birds actually began with the proclamation signed by president. George h w bush now there have been some speculation over whether the tradition would continue on this year amid the pandemic but the event will proceed though with a smaller impersonal audience and social distancing measures this of course as a result of these spread the surge of a covid nineteen corncob do pointing out for print president. Trump's pardon
Fresh update on "the york post" discussed on Parcast Presents
"Com slash cova now back to the story during the winter of seventeen. Seventy six forty four year old general. George washington was commander in chief of all continental forces fighting for independence. his army was outmanned. Outgunned and like the formal training of the redcoats soldiers. Washington knew that head to head battle against britain the colonies were going to lose so washington became a spy master. He was certain that espionage was to the war efforts but he also knew he couldn't continue running his espionage network on his own. There were simply too many tasks at hand. The battles against the red coach were ramping up again. As the cold weather retreated in washington had to focus on battlefield strategy. He would need to delegate expanding his spy network with trusted men who run agents without daily oversight in effect he was forming the first american spy agency before the cia. Or the nsa there was the culprit ring the name. Culpepper was in omaha to washington's fond memories of his upbringing in culpeper county. Virginia when deciding on a code name for this new network of spies washington simply short in the name to culpepper. It had a name next. Didn't needed a leader. A man with experience and courage a man with a deep hatred for the british that would guide his passion to the cause. That man was major. Benjamin talmadge talmadge joined the army from the connecticut colony. Where he had worked alongside the young nathan hale. When word of hails reached him he was furious and distraught. Talmadge pledged vengeance for his old friend. He harbored a burning desire to embarrass deceive in. Kill the british redcoats. This passion was perfect for washington's needs and the tall strong major was a man of few words which was even more of an asset on april. Seventh seventeen seventy seven. Washington pulled him out of his cavalry posting and presented him with a new mission. Find out what was happening in new york behind enemy lines. The job was deceptively simple. Major talmadge simply had to recruit men in and around new york and then use them to spy on british troops and talmadge was thrilled with the mission. He was born and raised on long island near a small town called talk. It and excited return to his old stomping grounds. He felt comfortable and prepared for the tough sneaky work ahead of him and he knew just who to ask for help his old friends. The i was a long island farmer. Named abraham woodhull would whole still lived in socket and he'd made a small living trading his crops for illicit goods between the british and civilians. This made woodhall an ideal candidate after all. If a man could smuggle goods across enemy lines he could smuggle information. Would woodhall also had a personal vendetta to settle his cousin. A general in the continental army had been wounded and captured by the british in late august. Seventeen seventy six. He was not given any medical care and suffered horribly from gangrene and malnutrition before he died a month. Later his cousins horrible death gave woodhall of visceral hatred of the redcoats when talmadge approached him in august seventeen seventy eight would whole had a regular route into an out of new york while would hole was a naturally nervous man. His courage was bolstered by the thought of revenge and profit. He agreed to spy for the rebels and report to talmadge in washington via letters. The key to safety within the culprit ring was anonymity between each of the men. Washington directed operations through talmadge without knowing each spy. Personally only talmadge knew each color member. And even he didn't know the men's networks of contacts this multi approach to security ensured that if any agent was captured he couldn't reveal the entire network another tool for maintaining secrecy was codenames. Abraham woodhull took on the alias samuel culpepper for his correspondence. He introduced the name on october. Twenty ninth seventeen seventy eight. When he wrote his first report and send it off to washington the culpa ring had officially been born its first missions went to woodhall who braved dangerous forays into occupy new york but quickly the network expanded would whole sister. Mary lived in manhattan with her husband. Amos amos ran a boarding house and became a valuable set of patriot. Eyes and ears collecting information for would holes reports british troops and stayed at the boarding house and it was easy to eat. Drop through the thin wooden walls. While amos didn't personally know talmadge much less washington. He became a permanent proxy. For the ring in new york through woodhall two more valuable additions joined the culpa ring in spring and summer of seventeen seventy nine like amos. They were both permanent. New york residents fifty five year old. James riverton was a well known printer and bookseller who also managed a popular tavern. His newspaper provided staunch support. For king george and riverton was considered an ardent loyalist. in fact he supported independence early on in the war he simply found that as a new yorker under british occupation. Business was better. If one served the redcoats short order his tavern became one of the premier meeting places for british officers. This gave him perfect access. As an intelligence agent riverton overheard dozens of conversations a day and he was always listening valuable information he would even ask direct questions of his british patrons. Their would likely have aroused suspicion if they hadn't come from the man pouring the al but riverton had no way to communicate. The valuable intelligence gathered to the rebels. He couldn't be seen leaving the city regularly and it was too risky for him to write letters. That could be found protecting. His cover was vital he. Even if he was alone riverton had to bide his time establishing his cover until he was able to find a way to contribute directly to washington's espionage network then. His young neighbor asked for a job. Twenty six year old robert townsend a shopkeeper with a store up the street from livingston he was also an acquaintance of would holes in one of the first men would hole recruited in new york when towns enjoying the ring. He became known as samuel for junior in all of his correspondence to talmadge. In washington with two covert agents code named would woodhall in towns in the culpa ring had finally earned its namesake as a secret ring of spies.
David Dinkins, NYC's first Black mayor, has died at 93
"Is reporting. New York City's first black Mayor, David Dinkins, has died at the age of 93. Dinkins. He was the 106th, mayor of New York City, Sir. From 1992 1993. Again. The New York Post is reporting. David Dinkins, New York City's first black mayor, has died at the age of 93.
Fresh update on "the york post" discussed on WBZ Overnight News
"Good morning. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. Coronavirus cases are still surging across the U. S. As many people travel home after the Thanksgiving holiday. Health officials worry the situation will grow worse before it begins to improve. CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen has the latest from New York in Los Angeles County. New stayed home restrictions, urging people to gather on Lee with members of the same household go into effect Monday, Northern California's Santa Clara County is imposing new measures affecting everyone from the NFL's San Francisco 40. Niners toe local small businesses just lower the amount of people that we can have in here is just Kind of seems like it's taken away from how much we can make with these new restrictions were praying and hoping we don't have to close the doors. New York City plans to begin re opening public schools for in person learning next Monday after shutting them all just over a week ago amid rising infection rates at current rates. Roughly 114 Americans test positive for Covert 19 every minute. 65 Americans die from it every hour back here in Massachusetts, the latest numbers from the Department of Public Health just over 2500 newly confirmed cases and 46 more deaths reported Sunday. This puts the death toll at 10,487 cents. The pandemic began as far as hospitalizations. There are currently 1000 and 81 people in the hospital with covert 19 of 36 from Saturday. Of those people. 238 are in the intensive care unit. A partial recount is done in a key battleground state. ABC is Chuck's Iverson. Wisconsin's finished a recount of its presidential results of two of the most populated and democratic leaning counties, for which the Trump campaign paid. $3 million Dane County reporting a 45 vote gain for President Trump. Milwaukee County's recount posted 8 132 vote game for Biden. The total barely budged Biden's winning margin of over 20,000 Votes with a net gain of 87 president Trump stayed even before the recount was finished that he'll challenge the outcome in court Officials in New Hampshire have a warning for hikers don't rely on your cell phones. Wilderness mapping HAPS WBC Suzanne Saz Ville tells us why New Hampshire fish and game issued the warning after Mother and daughter were hiking in the mountains near Tam worth and got lost. They were using a cell phone mapping app that lead them off the trail. They called for help, and officials were able to guide them back on fishing game. See those mapping APS often make mistakes and out in the woods. There's a good chance you'll lose cell phone service altogether. They recommend using a good old fashioned compass and paper map or a handheld GPS device. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio Coming up what the CDC is asking you do if you traveled over the holiday weekend. We get the details. Next, you could be waking up to the biggest online shopping day in history. Adobe Analytics says sales the cyber Monday could search 35%. Nearly $13 billion. Electron IX, gaming HomeGoods, Yoga Pence and work from home related items. Among the themes that got some attention. Black Friday and stocks are at record highs is trading resumes after the Thanksgiving weekend. TD Ameritrade senior strategist Sean Cruises optimistic as we head towards the New year and the start of the Biden administration that Janet Yellen, Interior front runner for the nomination for chartering secretary really gives a lot of optimism to markets because you know, and certainly in the past has In the vocal proponent of strong fiscal stimulus, and we get the government's November employment report Friday. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expect payroll growth slowed 500,000 I'm Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg business son WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio trusted for 100.
Facebook, Twitter CEOs Testify Before Congress
"And social media treatment of election issues, was also back in the spotlight on Capitol Hill this week was Twitter being a publisher when it's censored The New York Post. The answer from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz was know that it wasn't censorship. Because they have clear policies and what's allowed and users agree to follow them. But he also agreed the platforms handling of 100 Biden story was a mistake. Democrats say not enough is being done to stop misinformation. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked if he would commit to removing Steve Bannon's account after the former White House strategist posted that he'd like to see the heads of Dr Fauci and the FBI chief put on Pike's having a constant violation does not automatically mean you're content. Your account it's taken down in the number of strikes varies depending on the amount the type of a fence Some in Congress are considering a change to strip the shield. Social media companies have from legal liability over what's posted right now,
Fresh update on "the york post" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"News on the U. S. Expands its black list of Chinese companies to include senior on SM. I see China's economic recovery remains on track That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe ON D A B digital radio London Bloomberg 11 30, New York Bloomberg 99. 1 Washington, D. C. Lindbergh, 1061, Boston, Bloomberg, 9, 60, San Francisco, Sirius, XM Channel, 1, 19 and around the world on Freeburg radio dot com and fired the Bloomberg Business Act. Very good morning from London. I'm Roger hearing and I'm Caroline help give a warm welcome to Bloomberg. Daybreak Europe, So we've got lots coming up on the program, only a quarter of small businesses really confident that they'll actually survived. 2020 Roger. So. Joining us in a few moments is the CEO of market finance have done a lot of research on it. And it's a big day here for the UK in so many different ways. We No, there is the prospect of Arcadia going into administration. There's also the government facing a major rebellion on the back benches, perhaps is when he's 100 conservative peas, voting against the new tearing structure. Oh, and Brexit, too. Is the possibility of a deal this week. Mr calling to the foreign secretary will delve into all of that here on the program. Yeah, indeed. Let's thank you to the markets, then at the start of European trading and what is the last trading session off the best month ever for Europe's main equity gauge, But we're not off to a very strong start with down 3/10 of 1% on the US talks. 631 100 also drops 2/10 of 1% and We dropped 3/10 of 1% for the Xetra Dax in Germany. So we had a negative session in Asia and the CIA. Asia Pacific dropping 1.5%, even though this has been a record month for global equities up some 13% in November on really was red across the board in Asia in China in Japan, South Korea, Australia. As for the bond markets this morning, a Bunsen Italian bonds a little change. There is a big focus on the German inflation number that will come out. Later today than the eurozone number tomorrow. Obviously, the Warriors about just continued low inflation in terms of years. Right now, USC of the 84 basis points. Germany is that negative 58 basis points and watching closely for Portuguese years as they are very, very close. 0%. As for the FX space of the Bluebird dollar spot index is weaker. The pound those stronger, too tense of 1% on this hope that there might be a post Brexit trade deal done between the two sides and WTI. Crude futures dropped 1.7% $44.75 Roger. Right. Let's have a look at the stocks. I'd have watched this morning with John by Bloomberg's You and parts you and very good morning to you. Now, let's start off with job cuts at a Bien Amro, the Dutch bank quite significant. The company. Starting €700 million off new savings by 2024 plans to cut its workforce by 15% over the next four years. Now maybe number has some 19,000 employees. I reckon that's about 28. 100 jobs Now, Of course, it's not the only letter doing this Abyan Amro's in treating from large parts off investment bank division, something we've heard before in the European industry. It is so sticking with its policy of paying at least 50% of profits in dividends, but now says that child oh, powers above that amount will be done that fire share buybacks rather than the previous policy off cash payments. Bottom row shares down better, but not this morning on 4.2% on. Also, there's news about a possible takeover in the chip world. Have been a record year for deals in the global semiconductor industry and some fresh news overnight. Taiwan Global wafers says it in advanced talks to acquire still tronic. For €3.75 billion. Now Electronics is a German manufacturer of silicon wafers. Competition in the industry is being heating up his company once customers like Apple. Ought to design their own ships. Pretty bad news. If you have chip maker and giants like in video have also been branching out into new areas that recently was on. It says that the merger would create a leading player in the way for industry on the deal also prohibits any job losses in its home market of Germany into at least the end off 2024. Global wasters said It sounds like it off at 125 years to share about a 10% premium to sort of Onyx closing share price on Friday on this morning shares trading at 126 year old to share up rather tidy 11.4%. Thanks very much, didn't you And you and pots there with stocks to watch this morning, Right. Let's go to our top stories then and begin here in the UK with Brexit. A deal between Britain and the U could finally be achieved this week provokes Charles Capel says that it does come down to a few key issues, though being discussed in face to face talks in London Negotiations in Brussels last week showed pragmatism and good faith. That's according to Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who said yesterday that if the EU recognizes that the UK regaining control All over its waters is a question off sovereignty for the U. K. Then there's a deal to be done for upset. Fishing is the major obstacle on that. There's a landing zone for a deal on competition rules and state aid. The other two sticking issues If the U continues to compromise If negotiations fail, businesses will face disruption to supply chains on did millions of consumers will face higher costs. Talks continue in London this week in London, Charles capable Bloomberg Daybreak Europe Now turning to the virus..
What to Expect in Senate Hearing With Zuckerberg and Dorsey
"And Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. In a virtual hearing this morning. They called the hearing after the Social Media Giants limited the spread of a New York Post article about misconduct by President elect Joe Biden. Son Hunter lawmakers concerned about how political content is moderated. California Governor Gavin Newsom apologizes for a
Fresh update on "the york post" discussed on What A Day
"On today's show. We'll explore the last minute policies. That trump is trying to push through before january twentieth then some headlines but first the latest. And we'll start with corona virus which is still surging and expected to spike. Even more because of thanksgiving and yeah commensurate dumb assery which is causing some states and cities to take even more actions to restrict the spread before the break you get in. We're talking about. How new york governor andrew cuomo and new york city mayor bill de blasio were causing some confusion when they closed city schools due to a rise in cases. Well there's been another update that's right. Aaron so just yesterday de blasio announced that new york city elementary schools will reopen december seventh and parents will have the option to allow those children to go to school five days a week effectively abandoning the hybrid in-person remote learning system. That's been in place. Since the schools opened in september middle schools and high schools will remain closed for now but this is a major change at least for younger students from the previous system which determined whether schools would be open or remote based on the city's positivie remember god. I do not envy parents who have to deal with this right now. Not at all parents in new york city must have to wear neck braces from all of this like policy whiplash with schools. What a nightmare. The timing is interesting with all the warnings about covert surges now and into the end of the year. Why is de blasio. Making this move now. Yeah i mean it seemingly in response to a lot of criticism from the public that lawmakers aren't actually prioritizing kids and families but rather the economy of indoor and outdoor dining basically the reason new york city has seen cases go up and surpassed the three percent positivity rate threshold de blasios set for keeping the schools open hasn't really been traced specifically to the elementary school. So you know why. Punish them on them. And that's been the thinking in some other states. As well in rhode island for example schools will stay open as the rest of the states. Non essential businesses like jim's casinos in movie theaters. Go dark for at least the next two weeks starting today but one rhode island principal told the washington post that the main challenge has been having enough teachers to teach the kids at his school for students in zero faculty members tested positive for the virus but teachers who have been exposed outside of the school of had to quarantine sporadically to keep everyone safe in michigan. Elementary school students are still attending in person. Classes while older high school kids will be learning remotely because they are more likely to transmit the disease. And that's been leading to an exodus from public schools to private ones right. That's right so ever kids can go in person in the pandemic is where parents seem to want to send them this year. New york city public schools have reported thirty. One thousand fewer enrolments. La schools are down. Eleven thousand massachusetts lost thirty. Seven thousand students and wisconsin public schools lost about three percent of their student enrollment but just because school is private or religious. They will necessarily be allowed to remain open just yesterday. A federal appeals court upheld kentucky governor. Andy beshir's decision to halt in person learning at public private and religious schools until two thousand twenty one that ruling overturned a district judges temporary injunction. That would have allowed religious schools to continue having students meet for in person learning but regardless of those private schools remaining open or closing many officials fear that large numbers of students are actually just at home receiving no education and having no way to check in this matter is for the obvious reasons. Kids falling behind and learning has lifelong impact but also schools with your children get less funding from the government which could lead to a real education crisis down the road. So we're definitely going to keep following this but let's move on now to the presidential transition. Almost everybody agrees that on january twentieth. Joe biden will be sworn in as the forty forty-six president of the united states except for president trump. And the people who president trump pays to agree with him so erin. What's trump and up to during his lame duck session. yes it's true that donald trump has refused to utter. The words i lost or joe biden. Or i concede on thanksgiving. He did sit behind a teeny tiny desk and yell at reporters for several minutes. Though and at one point he told reuters reporter jeff that he was being very rude little boy for insisting that the election results are what they are a lightweight of the president of the ever talked to the president that way go with another visual this man sitting behind like my desk victims screaming about how. He's the president. You know it's enough to warm your heart. Donald trump clearly invented the phrase. My father is right like we could all that clan member. Yeah your dad that the other guy with the with the other people with the sheets on walking into your accident. He likes to remain anonymous. He believed in masks. It's true you raise an excellent point again. You raise an excellent point. Trump also gave a truly weird interview to fox news. Maria bartering yesterday where he accused his own department of justice and fbi of being complicit in allowing whatever massive voter fraud handed. Joe biden his victory dead people facebook twitter. They're all in on it. They're all in on it. He even accused mailmen of selling ballots selling ballots as though they were magazine. Subscriptions or vacuum cleaner parts in the nineteen fifties and continued to attack. Georgia's republican governor and republican secretary of state for refusing to reorder reality and make it so that donald trump georgia. I think that he might be confusing. Governor brian kemp with doctor. Strange from the vendors franchise. Yeah gotta say this is really really wild at this point. I mean if everybody's wrong doesn't mean you're wrong usually dude if everything smells like shit. It's probably your shoes. Good point fair. Well we keep saying this but his last-gasp efforts to challenge the election results have all failed and continue to keep. Failing results have been certified and georgia michigan pennsylvania and nevada in this week arizonan. Wisconsin are certifying plus. Trump's recount in wisconsin actually turned up more votes for biden which i believe is the opposite of one. That's hilarious though that is it is truly funny. It's a waste of money but it's a very funny waste of money. Yeah millions of dollars to find out even more people than you thought three million dollars for us to have this chuckle right now. Thank you so much for spending the money. It was worth it well. Despite all of trump's antics his action seemed to be a tacit acknowledgement that after january twentieth. They'll be changing the locks. The white house in trump will have to find a new rose garden to ruin. Good luck to her. That's right. Trump might not admit he's on his way out with his words but he's admitting it a little bit with his actions. In addition to the normal stuff lame duck presidents do like freeing-up transition funds for the next administration which finally happened last week. Trump is engaging in some classic lame-duck bullshit for example he's been trying to make regulatory changes to roll back. Environmental regulations loosened safety protocols for meat processing plants the famously safe meat processing during covert. We all know how safe meat processing plants are. I feel like maybe we should let these up little. Let's make them less safe. We've got room. He removed the us from a multilateral intelligence sharing treaty on open skies and destroyed the planes we use for the program. Just in case joe biden wanted to use those planes for that trump is also trying to make it more difficult for migrants to come to this country seeking asylum overall. The trump administration is trying to jam through thirty six new rules during his last weeks in office. It's real disney villain stuff but let's talk about how this compares to other administrations that were on their way out so we'll trump's rules are certainly more cruel than others and some would say more stupid. He's about average in terms of numbers. Most presidents try to make rapid last minute changes in order to their policy. Legacies and it.
How conspiracy became our new religion
"Jesse hirsh is a researcher. A futurist he is the author of meta views which you can find it. Meadow views dot ca. He's our favorite person to talk to about social media. Hello jessie jordan. Jesse how did in your mind The major social networks do during the. Us election is the easy answer is not bad not good. I mean they were certainly caught between a rock and a hard place both when it comes to the pressure and expectations on the responsibility but the extent to which they were the battleground the whether it was for lies and misinformation or legitimately mobilize base. Get out the vote. I think more than any election previous social media was a real kind of fire. Pit of not just political organizing but political deception. And i think that's also why there is so much attention placed on these companies but also Equally so much expectations for them to be responsible and in that sense. You know it's kind of a size sort of a right in the middle of not great. Not bad could have been worse but they could have done a lot better as well. What do you look for. When you log onto Let's say facebook or twitter And try to figure out whether or not i guess to use your term. The battleground is is a fair place. I think it really depends both upon the subjective experience. And what i find interesting about your question is what you look for. I think everyone looks for different things on these platforms. I'm particularly interested in governance model which both gets into how you deal with controversial topics. I think twitter To a certain extent play the lead role in the way in which they added disclaimers or added information even to the president's tweets when it was misinformation but the other side to this of course has been cunanan and the extent to which conspiracy theory not only played a big role in the election but really was the driving force of a lot of social media activity both good and bad and this is where the social media platforms. I think we're the most interventionist or sort of tried to demonstrate the greatest amount of responsibility but even then i think critics are right to point out that it might have been too little too late. The damage that was done. Let's say on facebook or even youtube by people organizing around cunanan and spreading the related conspiracy theories you know all of that it was not just Having the potential dangerous impact on the election. But it's going to be the legacy. It's going to be the kind of conflict or a disunity. If you will coming after the election that's going to make a politics really messy really vitriolic. I play with this information. And i think part of the responsibility for all of that lies at the feet of the social media companies who kind of incubated and nurtured a lot of the conspiracy culture. We've talked about this before in terms of what are these platforms actually responsible for. And what is their duty. And what i'm interested in your opinion on is is where is the line or is there. A line between some of the disinformation that we saw from from politicians. As you pointed up going going all the way up to the president and the pretty obviously baseless cunanan conspiracy theory stuff because to me on the outside. It looks like that line is at best like really blurry it is and part of the problem is whether we think of social media as a utility whether we think of it as a publisher or whether we think of it as as a as a company that has its own stake in the election because part of the pressure facing these companies is bias if not the perception of bias. And where you know you and i as people who have journalistic tendencies or straight out journalistic commitments. You know we look at something like human on and it is a fairly straightforward case in terms of you. Know being a false and disinformation but conservatives especially conservatives in the united states have a different perspective that when these platforms start to label on posts or even removed hyun on from their platforms. Then it becomes a kind of conspiracy against conservatives or you know a political bias to these platforms that sorta skews their perception or skews their their trustworthiness and. I think that that's where that line is not only blurry. It's entirely subjective. That different people see that line. Being a appropriately or enforced in different places and in particular was twitter's handling of article in the new york. Post that you know. This was an article that claimed it had had had hacked information about hunter and joe biden's son and twitter banned the article from the platform at least tried to do so by preventing people from sharing it and while twitter's logic was that it contained personal information because it was from a hacker. Count that. That's why shouldn't be shared american conservatives perceived it as being an act of censorship but they thought that they were that twitter was supporting the biden campaign that they were against the republicans and so its that perception of bias. That really muddies where that line is and further. It's just a legal line in many cases. It's a moral line of sort of what is responsible in terms of these companies. Doing the right thing and so all of that combines to it being not just muddy but fraught with peril and that you're gonna upset somebody so it's almost as if you have to choose who you're going to be upset in trying to then look as if you're taking the more responsible or ethical line in managing
New York City Police Officers Retiring In Large Numbers, Officials Say
"A number of New York City cops putting in for retirement this year 25% higher than 2019. According to a new report from the Independent Budget Office. 2400 cops have opted to retire so far compared to 2000 for all of last year. New York Post is, the reasons are due to anti police sentiment, a lack of leadership and pressure to meet quotas. In response, NYPD spokesperson Detective James Byrne told the paper that while this year is undoubtedly represented a number of unique considerations, the decision to retire is a personal one made in consideration of many factors.
Political Ad Campaign from The Gap Strikes Sour Note with Twitter Users
"These days. It's become almost mandatory to declare your company a purpose driven brand but owen said it would be easy. Take the gap for example last wednesday the day after election day. Remember that oh what feels like about a year ago. The gap came forward with a message of unity to this divided. Country on social media posted an image of its classic hoodie. But this one was navy on one side. Red on the other click. The image in zipper brought the two sides together. The accompanying message. The one thing we know is that together. We can move forward sitting berkeley alongside the text. We're two hearts one red one blue this while the united state of anxiety was just beginning to hold its breath waiting for ballot counts in court battles. The gaps message felt so flat that you might say no one voted for it. With the exception of a hapless brand manager who suggested it and the yes people in the boardroom who had thought it was a good idea as add weeks. catherine lunchroom wrote the hoodie. Mashup was greeted with almost exclusive derision. Many on social media criticized the gap for being tone death at such a tense moment. Lindstrom noted the common sentiment across to the new york times. The gap utterly failed to read the room within an hour. The gap deleted. It's post a brand representative assured the new york times that the sweatshirt existed as an image only they had no intention of selling it in a statement sent to several publications. The gap said their intention was to show the power of unity. They admitted their timing was too early but said they had faith the country would in fact come together in the future but just in case you think gap is alone in making this sort of fashion. Faux pas consider rival lululemon the luxury ath- leisurewear company is known for the one hundred dollar plus prices of its leggings with more and more professionals working from home and scarfing up comfortable fashion. Lululemon sales have soared but so to have consumers calls for brands to stand for something and lululemon tried in september. The brand went viral worldwide. For its case. Study of hypocrisy and marketing. The company highlighted the instagram accounts of five of its brand ambassadors one charlotte north carolina. Yoga teacher ready. Kern was promoting a workshop calling on people to resist capitalism the ouch factor of a multibillion dollar luxury brand telling consumers to resist capitalism. Well it drew attention from press all over the globe from the bbc. The new york post ultimately lululemon deleted that post it also distance itself from its own brand ambassador drawing criticism from kerns followers according to the charlotte observer in october struggling gap revealed that its latest strategy is to pump its own small but successful athletes. Your brand athletic taking direct aim at rival lululemon. At least they'll be evenly matched when it comes to brand messaging but the lesson from both companies missteps is for marketers everywhere. Those who choose to publicly support mission must be authentic about it and support it through and through a million ways to get mission driven marketing wrong and only Narrow pats to do right
COVID-19 spikes in the White House and beyond
"Cove in 19 is spiking again. You've been hearing that on 10. 10 wins, of course, Chief of staff Mark Meadows being diagnosed and now The New York Post. Also reporting that Representative Florida representative Matt gets a longtime Trump supporter. He too now testing positive three zip codes on Staten Island as well, seeing a rise in cases as we hear from Governor Cuomo. It's how people behave that really matters. Individual action. So all about individual action. If you take it seriously, and you act that way, you will be safer. If you are reckless, you will be less safe. If you don't believe there's a risk. You will be less safe. Take it in New Jersey just
Protests continue in New York City's Washington Square Park tonight to celebrate the election results
"Continued last night Ah little bit more calm than in past nights, this one in Washington Square park decidedly less violent. Instead of a few dozen arrests, Just one person was charged. Hear from protester Paolo Mendoza will be out here on the streets, dancing, singing protest ng marching to make sure that every vote is counted. So democracy exists lives and thrives in this country. Much more lighthearted protesters did dance, as she said to what they called a Donald Trump is over. Dance party. One guy, according to the New York Post. You've got so enthusiastic. He took off all his clothes. Jumped in the fountain and splashed around while yelling, I'm Nevada. I don't know what that was in reference to, but that's what he did.
Anti-Semitic and racist graffiti scrawled on street in New Jersey town
"Disturbing hate crime reported in a normally quiet town in North Jersey. Vandal scrawled bias, graffiti and white shock on a street in Woodcliff Lake. The images included a swastika and other graphic and offensive drawings described his anti Semitic and racist. The graffiti was found Saturday morning on Woodmont Drive after Mischief Mischief Night, which doesn't usually involve anything more serious. The next silly string, neighbors say. Mayor Carl's. Riendeau tells the New York Post that the Vandals were probably ignorant kids who thought it was funny, but he pledges that authorities will deal with them to the fullest extent of the law wins news
Tech CEOs To Testify Before Senate Panel On Platforms' Legal Shield
"Americans you, have six days left to cast their votes in this most unusual presidential election never before has an election been. So influenced by social media back in May twitter added labels to tweets at the company felt were potentially misleading and that included tweets by President, trump facebook has now banned all new political ads between now and the election though ads that have already been published are still visible, Google. Will stop all political ads from running after the polls close election day that's something facebook has pledged to do as well. So now the CEO's of twitter facebook and Google are all being made to defend those policies they're set to testify today before the Senate Commerce Committee senators are weighing whether to reconsider the legal shield that has long protected. The TECH INDUSTRY NPR's Allen is here to explain hey bobby. Good Morning. Rachel. Let's just start off with the timing of all this. Why why is this happening now? So it's happening now because the calls as you mentioned have been coming for some time from trump and from even from Democrats in Congress to do something about this law section to thirty. Now. Like you said at the top twitter for the first time, placed a label on one of trump's tweets that one. He made a false claim about mail in voting, and this is really irritated trump and it really amped his crusade to have the platforms reigned in Here's the president after twitter flag that tweet they've had unchecked power to censor, restrict, edit shape hide alter virtually any form of communication between private citizens. So trump. There was signing an executive order aimed at a law that protects the tech industry like I said, it's known as section two thirty, and that is why Senate Republicans have today called this hearing. Okay. So this is the legal shield section to thirty. Explain what this law does. Yes. So it was passed in the mid nineties during the early days of the Internet if you can recall them. Back. Yeah back then facebook and twitter we're not yet around but. Names like compuserve and prodigy were. Services people talked a lot about and back then and now the law gave tech platforms. He's shield that made their future growth possible and in basically what it says Rachel is that they cannot be sued for what posted to their sites. But now this law is in peril because for once Democrats Republicans can actually agree on something and it's that this law is no good and it's got to go I imagine they. They may come to the same conclusion but different ways, right? I mean do Democrats and Republicans agree on why section thirty so bad. So the short answer is no a Democrats, say it has let facebook. And twitter for years have a hands off approach to misinformation and hate speech Republicans on the other hand say, Hey, these platforms are hiding behind this law to suppress conservative views. Even facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says, this law should be updated but he and many other tech leaders say repealing it completely would be a disaster because that would open the floodgates to endless lawsuits and Rachel, and we're not just talking about facebook here. I mean we CA-. Pedia yelp read it and so many other corners of the Internet that relies. So heavily on this law could be subject to lots and lots of lawsuits if this law is repealed. So, really this is about are these just platforms or do they have some kind editorial influence on the content? The they allow on their platforms as part of this Republicans today are expected to air grievances about what they perceive as a liberal bias on on these platforms right? What does the data say about that, right? So Republicans point to twitter's decision to remove links on its platform of recently the New York Post story about Hunter Biden that had some very questionable sourcing facebook also reduced the the spread of. That story. So there are lots of anecdotal one offs like this, and then there's the data as you mentioned, which presents a much different story and the data says that conservative us and conservative stories actually are amplified on facebook at some of the most engaged with content and the facebook algorithm rewards engagement. So it's actually the opposite of what the some conservatives are saying that facebook and twitter are helping conservative us and helping conservative store stories reach bigger audiences than they ever could have imagined before the social networks.
Social media CEOs to face grilling from Republican senators
"The top executives from Facebook Twitter and Google have been summoned to testify before a congressional committee today about alleged political bias some lawmakers on the Senate commerce committee think the big social media giants are suppressing conservative religious and anti abortion views on their platforms the allegations increase this month after the New York Post published an unverified story about Joe Biden and his son's business activities which most other media outlets did not so after being threatened with subpoenas mark Zuckerberg Jack Dorsey and Google soon DARPA chai will be grilled about what they post and what they suppress senators will also explore proposals to revise legal protections for online speech which critics say allows social media platforms to avoid having to filter out questionable content Jackie Quinn Washington
3 social media CEOs face grilling by GOP senators on bias
"Today facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and center Chai's CEO of Google and Youtube owner alphabet have been asked to testify before the Senate Commerce. Committee. They've been invited by the Republican led panel to answer questions about how their platforms deal with political content and ads joining me on what to expect is our tech policy reporter Ryan Tracy. Ryan. Thanks so much for being here. Good Morning. Thanks for having me. Okay. So it's just a week before the election and all of A. Sudden, the heads of the top social media platforms are coming to Washington. What was the impetus behind the sudden invite? Well, it was a surprise when we first heard that the committee wanted to see is to testify it was kind of unlike what we saw in the house over the past year and a half where the antitrust subcommittee investigated these companies and went back and forth for a while this came together in less than a week. There was less than a week between when they. Were invited and when the committee threatened to subpoena them to come and it was clear that the committee wanted them to come before the election and so I think it's fair to have read into that. That lawmakers see these companies as playing a really really important role right now and want to sort of oversee that role. Let's talk about what this hearing is going to focus on section two thirty of the Nineteen ninety-six Communications Decency Act. We've talked about this act in the past, but can you just give us a refresher wise it on the line right now. Sure said, the topic of the hearing is section two thirty. That's the law that gives big online platforms and small ones actually as well. Immunity from lawsuits when users post content on their sites, it also gives them immunity when they take down content or when they moderate content, and that's been viewed as a really important law for these companies to be able to develop. And grow their user base without the threat of lawsuits. Around every corner that being said, it's also getting a lot of scrutiny these days both Democrats and Republicans are wondering whether given how powerful these tech companies have become. They still deserve such a broad legal immunity, and so that's going to be a big topic of discussion at this hearing is the fact that this is taking place right before the election important for this conversation. Yeah absolutely I mean first of all, there's going to be a debate about at this hearing about how serious each party is about wanting to reform section to thirty Democrats will surely point out that. Republicans are holding this hearing before the election and that looks like perhaps an effort to influence the way facebook and twitter deal with political content over the next week and and even. After the election as well So you'll have that kind of going on in the background it also really it's kind of amazing to see this happening just six days before. November third because you know if you'd looked back earlier this year, this is exactly where facebook and twitter and Google did not want to be right that they do not want to be the center of conversation. Around this election, they had a really bad experience with that four years ago, and you know despite their efforts to get things under control this time to be more aware of the potential pitfalls around misinformation around you know things that candidates might say or that users might post despite all those efforts here they are again kind of at the center of the conversation and it just shows how central they've become to our discourse. Okay. So let's break it down a little bit. What position do we expect Republicans to take in this hearing? Yes. So Republicans are very likely to bring up they view as a bias on social media by the. Social media platforms, they see that when twitter and facebook, for example, took action against the new. York. Post stories about the Biden family in recent weeks that they were doing that with a liberal bias they think that Silicon Valley operates that way, and so we're starting to hear a lot of those types of accusations. We also expect the CEO's to push back on that as they have in the past and say that you know what they're trying to strike a balance and they're not leaving up content or taking down content with regard to one political party or another, but rather with regard to these sort of nonpartisan policies that they've tried to develop. Now, these companies have actually taken a lot of very different steps ahead of the election. Is it fair to even put all of them in the same category or are they going to be speaking to them individually about the separate efforts that they've taken? Will you're right I mean once again to the details there definitely are differences between these companies certainly, they all generally have gotten more active since twenty six. More willing to kind of step in and put a thumb on the scale when they they think it's necessary. But you know twitter for example, handled the New York Post stories by blocking sharing of a link to the stories facebook didn't do that facebook. said, it wanted its third party fact checkers to look at the stories, and while that was happening, it would slow the spread of those stories on his platforms. So there's a lot of shades of gray certainly with these companies and it'll be interesting to see how lawmakers treat them whether one of them comes out ahead or behind certainly with respect to again what we've seen with. The stories about Joe. Biden in recent days twitter print taking the brunt of that because they have taken the most. Drastic action in response to it. So we've talked a little bit about the questions. Republicans are likely to ask in this hearing. What about the Democrats Will Democrats main concern is the spread of false information on social media and we expect them to ask about that. We expect them to push back against the accusations of anti-conservative by that Republicans are going to make and so in that sense at least the Tuxedos, I'll have a friend in the room because Democrats will certainly back them on their. Their denials of those claims there could be other issues brought up for example, Google was the target of an antitrust lawsuit. Recently, we could see lawmakers ask about that on both sides of the Aisle Senator Maria Cantwell who was the top Democrat on the committee put out a report this week where she criticized these companies specifically facebook and Google for endangering local news organizations given the way that they treat content created by local news
Black Lives Matter mural outside New York Trump Tower vandalized again
"Time 12 34 Well, police were investigating yet another vandalization of that black lives matter. Mural outside of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue hit with some sort of black substance, they say smeared All over the sign sometime in the early hours of today, The New York Post, quoting police sources, saying they think protesters emerged from behind the van just after midnight to pour the substance onto the mural. There have been repeated vandalization of it. Since it was created in early July. Commissioned by
Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee
"War. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitters Jack Dorsey will testify before Congress next month because lawmakers want to hear about the platforms, censorship and suppression of the New York Post article concerning Joe Biden and his son Hunter. The story claim Hunter was trying to arrange a meeting between Ukranian businessman and his dad when Joe Biden was vice
Takeaways from the last presidential debate of 2020
"See Red states and blue states. What I see is American United States. Look, nobody knew what this thing was. Nobody knew where it was coming from what it was. We've learned a lot. The final presidential debate behind us now, about a week and a half away from the election of dozen days, really, or less. National Journal editor in Chief Jeff to four is with US. Live on Skype, Jeff. One thing we can say right out of the box. One does not come away from this exchange. With that throbbing headache. It was civil. You could follow the subject matter at least did that help either candidate, particularly that the temperature was far lower tonight? I think it still felt like like a bit of a draw to me. Just a lower temperature draw the last time you're right. I think if you if you beamed in here from 1992, it still would have seemed recognizable as a presidential debate. Starting even with the first segment they had on Corona virus strategy. They had some some back and forth, but it was pretty civil. We can list off the topics they discussed. Corona virus, immigration, health foreign policy. Our race with the last one, Can you even? Ah, Can you even remember what they discussed? And in what order? I'm not sure I can, and we talked about it for five minutes on air. What exchange? Did you find? Most interesting. Well, I I thought that the initial exchange on Corona virus really encapsulated What the what The knight was, If that's all you watched, you probably came out with a good sense of things. Trump said again, he said, this dozens of times it's going to go away. We're turning the corner. And he's saying this. As this week cases, air spiking and deaths are spiking again, just about everywhere. So it's just does not comport with the reality on the ground right now. The other moment that I think people are really going to seize on is when things turned to immigration and race, Trump Really held it together until then, for about an hour, And then, about an hour in they went to immigration. He again referred to murderers and rapists coming across the border from Mexico. And then he said, the only immigrants who show up for their hearings of the ones with quote really low IQ's So it was. It was a cringe inducing moment. And then on top of that they went to race, and he tried to say yet again that he's been the best president for Black Americans. Since maybe since Abraham Lincoln, which is Did overheated rhetoric to say the least. I'm not equivocating here. Anything that you've just said to now, Let's find out what Joe Biden did wrong. But I did notice, some stumbling, some stammering from Biden. That is an issue with him at debates. What were some of his weaker moments? It is. I mean, Trump wasn't there to interrupt him, But he interrupted himself more than more than a few times hey, tends to get caught up in his words loses his train of thought a little bit, especially when it came back to bite him, especially when he was trying to explain his health care plan. He did very, very well going at Trump about Trump's lack of a plan. But then, when he was called on to explain his own plan, it was it was hard to follow. Even for anybody who's been in that issue, much less for for a voter in their living room. Who's just coming to this issue right now? And what about the issue of Hunter Biden this laptop? We are trying to emphasize to callers to our newsroom that this New York Post story is full of red flags. It's It doesn't hold water, and until we get some more information, it's difficult to go with that laptop. For Biden story. That being said, Is that still a weak point for Joe Biden in some way. I sort of thought that exchange was was also a draw, and I think people probably voters. I think we're well served by the fact that they didn't spend that much time on it. And they didn't get a chance to really get deep in and litigate all the nitty gritty parts of this story because it's raise you say it's really hard to litigate right now. Biden, generally speaking didn't take the bait. He just would say. That's not true. Everything you're saying is not true. I've never accepted a dime from from foreign governments. He didn't really get into the into the sense ofthe weather. The laptop is Israel Whether the emails are authentic what his son was doing. He's just trying to keep T keep the focus on his own behavior, and whether or not he accepted money from foreign governments, and that was probably the smart thing to do to give it the least amount of oxygen possible. We'll talk again soon, Jeff, Thank you so much. You better take care that
Trump and Biden Clash in Sharp Exchanges, But More Civil Tones
"States and blue states. What I see is American United States. Look, nobody knew what this thing was. Nobody knew where it was coming from what it was. We've learned a lot. The final presidential debate behind us now, about a week and a half away from the election of dozen days, really, or less. National Journal editor in Chief Jeff to four is with US. Live on Skype, Jeff. One thing we can say right out of the box. One does not come away from this exchange. With that throbbing headache. It was civil. You could follow the subject matter at least did that help either candidate, particularly that the temperature was far lower tonight? I think it still felt like like a bit of a draw to me. Just a lower temperature draw the last time you're right. I think if you if you beamed in here from 1992, it still would have seemed recognizable as a presidential debate. Starting even with the first segment they had on Corona virus strategy. They had some some back and forth, but it was pretty civil. We can list off the topics they discussed. Corona virus, immigration, health foreign policy. Our race with the last one, Can you even? Ah, Can you even remember what they discussed? And in what order? I'm not sure I can, and we talked about it for five minutes on air. What exchange? Did you find? Most interesting. Well, I I thought that the initial exchange on Corona virus really encapsulated What the what The knight was, If that's all you watched, you probably came out with a good sense of things. Trump said again, he said, this dozens of times it's going to go away. We're turning the corner. And he's saying this. As this week cases, air spiking and deaths are spiking again, just about everywhere. So it's just does not comport with the reality on the ground right now. The other moment that I think people are really going to seize on is when things turned to immigration and race, Trump Really held it together until then, for about an hour, And then, about an hour in they went to immigration. He again referred to murderers and rapists coming across the border from Mexico. And then he said, the only immigrants who show up for their hearings of the ones with quote really low IQ's So it was. It was a cringe inducing moment. And then on top of that they went to race, and he tried to say yet again that he's been the best president for Black Americans. Since maybe since Abraham Lincoln, which is Did overheated rhetoric to say the least. I'm not equivocating here. Anything that you've just said to now, Let's find out what Joe Biden did wrong. But I did notice, some stumbling, some stammering from Biden. That is an issue with him at debates. What were some of his weaker moments? It is. I mean, Trump wasn't there to interrupt him, But he interrupted himself more than more than a few times hey, tends to get caught up in his words loses his train of thought a little bit, especially when it came back to bite him, especially when he was trying to explain his health care plan. He did very, very well going at Trump about Trump's lack of a plan. But then, when he was called on to explain his own plan, it was it was hard to follow. Even for anybody who's been in that issue, much less for for a voter in their living room. Who's just coming to this issue right now? And what about the issue of Hunter Biden this laptop? We are trying to emphasize to callers to our newsroom that this New York Post story is full of red flags. It's It doesn't hold water, and until we get some more information, it's difficult to go with that laptop. For Biden story. That being said, Is that still a weak point for Joe Biden in some way. I sort of thought that exchange was was also a draw, and I think people probably voters. I think we're well served by the fact that they didn't spend that much time on it. And they didn't get a chance to really get deep in and litigate all the nitty gritty parts of this story because it's raise you say it's really hard to litigate right now. Biden, generally speaking didn't take the bait. He just would say. That's not true. Everything you're saying is not true. I've never accepted a dime from from foreign governments. He didn't really get into the into the sense ofthe weather. The laptop is Israel Whether the emails are authentic what his son was doing. He's just trying to keep T keep the focus on his own behavior, and whether or not he accepted money from foreign governments, and that was probably the smart thing to do to give it the least amount of oxygen possible. We'll talk
Trump invites Tony Bobulinski, Hunter Biden's former business partner, as debate guest
"Final debate against Joe Biden. NBC News confirms that the Trump campaign will bring Tony Koblinsky as a guest to the final presidential debate, which is in Nashville, Tennessee. Tonight. He was quoted in the New York Post alleging that Joe Biden was lined up to take a cut of a Chinese business deal four months after leaving office. We'll have a debate here on K T R H with live coverage. Starting at seven o'clock, You could
"the york post" Discussed on Dad Hard With A Podcast
"Because this pandemic has been a nightmare for keeping any sort of figure that is not Charles Berkeley round, you know, you know, you're just trying at the beginning which is like loading up on food cuz we didn't know if there was ever going to be. In a grocery store ever again because there was no food in the grocery store for like three months. So we just grabbed everything that we possibly could and loaded up and you know, Daddy's just going to town and eating it off. So I tried to start going on and diet last week and only really diet that I can keep for myself personally is going on like a Paleo style diet where it's really just like fruits vegetables meat because if I don't cut myself off from the pastas and the Breads and all that stuff, I would just eat the buses and the bread and the cheeses and all that stuff. But everybody says everything is fine in moderation. Not for this guy. All right, and as a former fat kid, this is now a third worst nightmare that is about to happen to me all within the same week. So I had to go on a diet and going on a diet with a child that eats food, right and they sometimes she she eats what we eat the same thing. We cook a lot. So, you know will cook food for ourselves take off a portion and and and have it for her whatever but she also eats fucking kid food, right? She eat fucking frozen chicken fingers and chicken nuggets and chicken dinosaurs and the broccoli dinosaurs and cauliflower hash browns a regular hash browns and macaroni and cheese and crackers and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and grilled cheese. And you know who the Campbell's not we don't give a Campbell Soup. Actually. I just was going to say tomato soup and the alphabet soup song alphabet soup all organic chocolate milk and ice pops and you know, she eats kids stuff, right? She eats a lot of food that we eat. So she does eat that stuff. I'm not giving my daughter just SOL be junk food, but she's a a kid. She's a baby. There's sometimes where you just can't have the wherewithal to cook for her for an extra person and you know, you just or you off. In and there's no leftover. So you gotta do some frozen food. But the greatest thing about being a parent right when your kid is eating food is that you get to relive your childhood eating habits along with your kids because if they don't finish all of it, or if you need to try it to make sure that it's not too hot or it's cooked all the way, you know, you get to eat the macaroni and cheese and chicken fingers and waffles and pancakes. That's the best thing about being a parent with a kid that eats regular food is you can get them all the food that you love when you're a kid, but can no longer eat unless you want to look like Charles Barkley shape and you know now you're going to die it and not eating that as the hardest thing because now wage you can't you want to eat it, right?.
"the york post" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"The Senate investigation to Muller Investigations have done and you tend to see. Only the operation and you automatically human tendency assume that what you're looking at what they spent so much energy on was actually. A big deal unless saying it was not a big deal but I'm just my intuition curate which not and that's a historical pattern. It was not as potent as people assume but the point is by assuming it is so powerful was powerful. We are preparing the ground for twenty twenty. We're making it easier for an operation to have a powerful effect in twenty twenty. That's the constructivist nightmare wherein here. Great. Evelyn let's turn to you because Thomas has said I. think that alive. What we're seeing here from social media platforms is an effort to avert sort of another twenty sixteen. So. As you said, sort of hours after the post story was originally published facebook's policy communications director. Andy Stone announced that facebook would be potentially fact checking the story or its third party fact checking partners will be fact checking the story. In the meantime, the platform will be reducing distribution. As you pointed out at the time factor can press is normal reducing distribution. Before fact, checking is not typical and you sort of argued that it's not really clear what basis facebook cod for doing that under its own rules. So walk us reasoning there. Yes. So I mean the clear and obvious difference to me between this in twenty-six is the this was not Russian actors exploiting the tools available on platforms directly. This was a story coming from a mainstream media outlet, the New York, post, and the that was being posted to the platform. So to the extent that the platforms learn to lesson from twenty six state, it wasn't obvious was direct application of that lesson nevertheless, as you said, and he started released his tweet saying outward down ranking it across our platforms and. That was news to everyone that they sort of did that very often before a story had actually been fact checked. It's common practice for them that once a story has been fact checked and flagged as full. So partially. Foles, that is when they will reduce the distribution but the idea that they might do it before the fact, check of the independent third party factor determines the veracity of the story was news to a lot of people. It was news to me and it was new to the director of the international fact checking network that verifies facebook third party fact checkers answer it was unclear on what basis. They were doing that because obviously, they then pointed to a single sentence in a blog post that says, if we have signals that story is false we may down rank it pending the fact checking. Okay. So what signals was relying on we still don't have any further information about that, but it's obviously putting facebook in the position of saying we think there's something here that suggests this story is false. Purely on the basis of third parties saying that it's false it's something that they have internally decided and that is obviously the line that they have. Tried to draw as as hot as possible that we will not be truth we will not to him in the truth will falsity of any claim on on our platform and it seemed to be a departure from that principle. What still unclear is how often they depart from that? Maybe this is standard practice and we just didn't know about it and that's a different problem a, but maybe it was an. Exceptional measure that they took in this case and it would be great to nor on what basis it is that they took that action because of course, you can imagine many situations where lots of people tweeting this mainstream media story is false. I can't believe this what an outrage if that's the signal that facebook was relying on it seems unclear why it would step in here and not in other cases. The media companies we've come we've we are accustomed to this our make for very good pinatas in a situation like this. And I feel the New York, post hasn't received. It's fair amount of criticism yet because they really messed up big time. So, let's cookie spell out how messed. Everybody was expecting twenty twenty the October surprise potentially to be a major disinformation event. Now, they did not acknowledge that fact that did not covered at this extremely odd a story about these data that mysteriously show up on this strange laptop. The didn't acknowledge the fact that this could have been a disinformation operation. Now, the also didn't even wait for the Biden campaign to respond. The didn't try to independently fact check out the details in those stories because they really should have known I. Mean we've had such a long conversation about this information in its history that there's a high chance of forgeries in a trove appears in a strange way like that. I mean, then they didn't even put the data up in a way that could be you know, check the the sort of put up emails in different formats pdf printouts, amiss photo screen shot that was edited the day before publication on Photoshop, of course that can be done for completely legitimate reasons because you need to edit the picture because you've before you put it up but it just all of that raises more questions about the integrity of those data and I think it's bad if you do that, you know in Twenty fifteen. But if you do that in twenty twenty after you've had that conversation is just negligence. So I just want to. Curse line that completely this was a really big institutional fading failure in the media and there's only so much that content moderation and platforms can do to remedy that kind of failure we do focus on social media a lot. Maybe it's because so many of us that talk about this stuff up on social media, and that's where we primarily interact with this kind of information but that's only ever going to be a very partial fix for biggest systemic problems and that's why I You know I think it was sort of potentially wrong for the platforms to step in and try and fix something that was a much bigger problem and in doing so created the second story did exactly as Thomas said created the streisand effect around you know this is a corruption of the information ecosystem more broadly these platforms biased against us. That's why it seems to me to be really important for them to try and stick to the policies that they have set out in. So I think Evelyn Twitter's response is actually a really good case study for that. So after facebook announced, it would be limiting distribution of the story twitter put out this announcement that would be blocking people from tweeting the link on the platform that if you tried to post a tweet with a link platform, actually wouldn't let it through various accounts including at least one political reporter and an account linked to the trump campaign were temporarily locked after tweeting the link and. Here. Is that I think there was a lot of people often talk about platforms as if they're a less but of course, twitter, you're actually was abiding by its own rules they have a no hack material policy and one of the portions of that policy was you can't information that's hack that has personally identifiable information and the post had published not only emails reminder, Biden but the actual email addresses and phone numbers. And this struck me as interesting because. It's kind of twitter putting up a red light and saying, no, no, you know the New York Post is being really irresponsible here trying to step in to try to stop the distribution of Arza. It could for putting out that personally identifying information. So I'd love to just hear your thoughts on that, and then if you could also walk us through why that got a backlash and how twitter responded to the backlash because I think that's also a really important part of the story. Okay. Great. So this is where the Chekhov's gun of that I planted earlier of the personal information within the footers in the story becomes really important. So..
"the york post" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"As well as hunter. Biden with significant exposure physical presence trips, you know that designed to meet people and have conversations with them have even softer targets than than what we had in two thousand sixteen and in my view. So I think it's very much to be expected. That Giuliani end indeed also unto Biden. Were intelligence targets when they when they were in. Ukraine. And Yeah. I'm not surprised by that Washington Post story in the slightest. So If our listeners haven't picked up on this by now you're Australian. The New York Post is, of course, owned by Rupert Murdoch who owns a media empire right-leaning publications that are among other places incredibly dominant. Australia where he's from. So Thomas mentioned As I said on twitter that one of the disinformation tactics used in the Cold War was passing information to sort of tabloids, lowbrow newspapers without asking you take responsibility for your countrymen. Can you give us a little context on the Murdoch Empire and Wire Murdoch paper like the New York Post might be ideal for the kind of operation that this might be. Yes. I will take the opportunity to extend my apologies for the. The havoc that the USTRALIAN Murdoch's have richt on. The American media landscape if it's any consolation, they have also done it to Australia. So it's not like we just exported the chaos. I think the key point is that they don't have a reputation for the highest journalistic standards and you know one indicator of it, which becomes important in the story later on for example, is that like they didn't even bother to Redact the personal inflammation in the images of the hacked materials that were included in the story, the emails, the phone numbers of the individuals involved, which just seems like sort of standard basic good practice and so that failure to really report out the story. And check and verify it before releasing. It is not not uncharacteristic. We might say and there is a history of that and I think the the aspect of these important is it's not necessarily the impact that the story in the post itself alone might have but the way that that plays into the broader media ecosystem and the way that that fades up as has been shown by work by my colleagues here at the Beckman clients into like Professor Ben and things in the book network propaganda that the story itself then fades off into other news outlets that have a much broader region sort of reinforcing propaganda cycle. Thomas. Is there anything you'd want to add to that? Well. Yes. I mean I I I. Think it's we're in an interesting situation because it appears to me that the story about the story. Meaning the the story about potential disinformation here has. Far eclipsed the initial claims in the story. So some people, call this the strike zone defect that. The. Attempt to debunk something keeps the story alive. And Away Way we're looking at a version of that here. So how damaging is not to the Biden campaign? If at all, that's an interesting question to consider for a moment but I think. We will continue to first off the story I think politically is going to move the needle and tons of the campaign because smoke it's complex and convoluted not interesting enough for most Americans, but it will continue to be a story for the next couple of days and weeks for sure because it is just a the story that everybody was waiting for against the backdrop of what happened twenty sixteen. Yes, a spell that out for us a little more two thousand sixteen is obviously the elephant in the room and I think we'll get to this when we talk more about the platform governments. But I think a lot of what's going on here is sort of various actors from the media to platforms like facebook and twitter are terrified of repeating what happened in two thousand sixteen. So walk us through the parallels there. You know why? Why were expecting this kind of thing to happen again So this. Rather complex for me just make a few observations. One we. Say We. We mean, I mean the entire conversation about the twenty sixteen election interference probably by and large overestimated its effect. By doing this, we of course created the expectation among social media companies among journalists among politicians, and really also among Russian intelligence officers that something like this will be repeated or tried again, an election interference operation in twenty. Twenty. Especially because happened in France in on a very small scale in the presidential election, as well as in the midterms also on a very small scale. So the expectation among a lot of people was there's going to be election interference and among closer observance, the expectation was. Through some form of Hocken leak because that was the most effective vector twenty sixteen. And then of course, the question is one lessons were learned. So lesson that I think the social media companies took away his just have to respond quickly in order not to be caught with a gun face after the fact, like it was the kiss and twenty, sixteen. Most likely, the lesson that the FBI and and the wider intelligence community learners and. I'm speculating here is likely. You don't get your hands into the political meat grinder just ahead of an election because clearly that was extremely damaging to them. Last time around. So which really leaves us whether extraordinarily situation that that doesn't opening foreign intelligence operation because it will be very hard for. People like US outside researches. To assess the situation because the operational security on the part of the Russian intelligence agencies will have improved. So we are now in in this limbo situation that we have a situation that could be an operation. We. Don't know for sure based on publicly available forensics whether it was, and we also can't count on the intelligence community and the FBI to tell us more before the election. That's what I would expect. That's fascinating and so I wanNA push you to explain to our listeners a little more what you mean by sort of the effectiveness of the two thousand sixteen operation you've written. I think pretty persuasively that people on the United States have tended to overthink estimate the effectiveness of the Internet research agency trolling operation but perhaps not place enough weight on the effectiveness of the GRU hockey league and how the American press sort of took the bait in a way and really ran with the material hacked from the Democratic Party without adequately contextualising it and I think that the danger of that Hackman leak is as you say, sort of why were potentially concerned about a similar. Here, can you spell that out a little more like what what vulnerabilities were there in twenty sixteen in the hack in leak and are we seeing them being exploited or or perhaps a an attempt to exploit them here? I think the twenty sixteen operation had, of course, these two major components, the social media, troll farm, Saint Petersburg, the hacking, a leak. Executed in a you operation hack of the DNC and really more importantly. John. Podesta. and. The problem with all active measures is that they are trying not all the almost all active members trying to exacerbate something that is already existing. Tensions. Prejudices. Frictions. Racial prejudices and whatnot. So it becomes extremely hard for the operator itself it becomes extremely hard to assess how effective your Persian was and how much of what happened was already happening organically. So that evidential problem. Recount Update measured effect of Information Operations. Of course applies in two thousand sixteen and I think we have collectively erred. On the side of ascribing too much effects of these operations because if we discussed if we focus in.
"the york post" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Weirder in the eyes of many commentators. This looked like a continuation of Giuliani's. Twenty nineteen efforts to smear Joe Biden by claiming falsely that will vice president Biden intervened to protect Ukrainian company for which hunter was working from investigation by Ukrainian law enforcement that didn't add up then and it doesn't now the elder Biden's work in Ukraine was aimed at combating corruption non neighboring it but nevertheless, trump and other republicans are seizing on the New York Post stories and complaining about efforts by social media companies to limit distribution of the stories on their platforms. To get some perspective on what's been going on I spoke with Hamas rid Professor of Strategic Studies at Johns Hopkins, University School of Advanced International Studies, and the author of the book active measures and Evelyn Drek, my co host on l'affaire arbiters of truth podcast series on disinformation and a lecturer at Harvard Law School. It's the law fair podcast. October. Nineteenth an October surprise from the New York Post. Avalon Thomas Thank you for coming on the show. So this New York postal is truly bizarre and I. Think there are a lot of different narratives sort of nested inside it. There's the post story itself. There's the story about whether the post story is possible disinformation, and then finally there's also the story of how major platforms like facebook and twitter have responded. So let's start by just setting out the basics Thomas. Can you just walk us through what the Post did here? It's trumpeting this story as a huge scoop. So what was the scoop own in the post vision of the world? What's happening here? Yeah. So the The two different stories one is. The story about what allegedly happened in Ukraine and whether there was an introduction and a meeting between then.
"the york post" Discussed on Reset
"From. America's most reliable network comes the five G. Business has been waiting for verizon five G.. Over two hundred, million people in more than eighteen hundred cities can now work with the coverage of five G. Nationwide. And in more and more cities, the unprecedented performance of Five G. Ultra wideband the fastest five G. in the world. The possibilities can transform industries visit verizon dot com slash five G. slash business to learn more. It's five G. built right from the network businesses rely on. Global claim based on open signal independent analysis during the period of January thirty first through April thirtieth. Twenty twenty. Leat last week, facebook and twitter took extraordinary steps to stop the spread of a news story across their platforms. But this piece wasn't from a body or a fake news site. It was actually from the New York Post a mainstream conservative tabloid. Shrink Afar has been following the story for recode. Hey. Sharon. Hey tiny. So what did this New York Post story say generated a lot of buzz early on Wednesday. Well, the heart of it is basically the claim that Joe Biden son. Hunter Biden promised a Ukrainian business executive that he would be able to meet his father who was then Vice President Joe Biden, and this article purports to have emails from Hunter Biden showing that he allegedly was trying to leverage his dad's political connections to help his business dealings in Ukraine. These emails haven't been verified, but the post published anyway and a lot of people immediately started to question both the sourcing and kind of claims and the article and. Route Juliani was actually the person that brought this material to the attention of the post, and he of course, has been the subject of investigations about his ties to Russian operatives and Russian disinformation campaigns. So a lot of big questions there the Biden campaign has come out and called this Russian disinformation. We don't have definitive proof of that, but there's certainly reason for concern about the veracity of everything in this article. So what exactly did facebook and twitter do in response to this New York Post story. So. FACEBOOK was the first to make a move and what they did is they said they're not gonNA take down the article or links to it, but they were going to slow the spread of it and they're going to sort of deprioritize it in people's feeds. The reason why they said they were doing that is because they wanted to wait and see what they're independent fact checkers had to say about the claims in the article which were almost immediately questioned as soon as the article came out. Twitter one a step further and I think believe in our two after facebook actually blocked the article from being shared on twitter at all. So if you try to post a link to the article, you get an error message and a warning that twitter considered this to maybe be harmful information that you can't share it. I should say it's really unprecedented for these companies to go ahead and take such drastic measures on an article from a mainstream publication. This is the first time they've done this no first time they've done it for for a mainstream publications as far as I can see now you know the New York Post is not exactly free from bias. Known to have conservative slant, they've taken heat for publishing some conspiracy theories especially lately with Cova. So I would say that the New York Post Wyatt's mainstream publication definitely. Has Some more questionable stories and reporting methods than. Other, maybe more mainstream publications like The New York Times the wall, Street Journal. But the daughter, it's unprecedented for facebook and twitter to block a story by newspaper of that large size in with that large of an audience and the rationale for doing it was was slightly different. Actually it's interesting. So facebook's rationale was that we need we need to. Figure out if these claims are even true and we have our independent fact, checkers are on it and we're just GonNa wait and see, and in the meantime we're going to slow the spread of it twitter's rationale which they only explain after the fact and their co actually ended up apologizing for the lack of messaging behind it but twitter's rationale was that. This is actually a hack and that we don't distribute hacked information especially because in these hacked materials at the post. Published there was private information about hundred Biden, cell phone, and other personal info. So slightly different rationales but ultimately, around the you know the controversies of this article what struck me was how quickly both of the platforms really did this I mean, this was within a couple of hours at least when I got up on the West Coast. When this was already, you know being moderated these companies have been criticized Ad Nauseam for how they've handled misinformation in the past. Do you have any sense of why they responded? So quickly this time and walk me through what happened in the hours after these decisions were made. Sure. So I think this was relatively quick for social media companies but in the grand scheme of things actually a couple of hours that's a long time for social media I mean this had been shared. We're actually doing some reporting on this now but this this has been shared. Tens of thousands of hundreds of thousands of times before twitter facebook even get to it. So you know it's already it's already out there. But yes, within the course of essentially a day, they applied their policies against the article and immediately after they did it, it drew backlash from conservatives. You know Republican lawmakers from from trump from senators from house minority, leader Kevin McCarthy, all of those people are. Saying that this is an example of anti conservative bias by these companies tech companies which are run by liberals, and I don't think that this proves that there is systemic bias but I do think it's kind of an example that these politicians have now to try to bolster their argument that the the content moderation of these tech companies tilts favor of liberals and so now you have Republican lawmakers talking about. subpoenaing twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify in front of Congress and now Agip, Pie the chairman of the FCC has said that he's going to try to rollback section to thirty and important Internet law, and that could be detrimental to these tech companies. It does feel like facebook and twitter in this position, it always wanted to avoid being where you know they are having to display editorial judgments about the veracity of news stories completely, and what's absolutely new especially for facebook but for twitter as well is just being this arbiter of truth that Mark Zuckerberg has for so. Long that he doesn't WanNa be right being the company that's now calling that, hey, we're not sure if this is true or not, and so you know there's a big discussion about just ethically if this is against kind of free speech values of the Internet and other people who say, no, you know we need to make sure the Internet is a mess and platforms do have a responsibility to moderate the potential lies messes on their network and in the aftermath something really interesting happened twitter, which took a more extreme and drastic measure. Tell me what Jack Dorsey said. Late on Wednesday night. Yet. So Jack Dorsey actually ended up apologizing on his personal twitter account for how his company handled the situation he said that you know it is acceptable for the company to have blocked this news article without giving a detailed. Explanation of its rationale and so twitter did do that after the fact. But endorsed publicly acknowledges here the there was a misstep not in the call they made, but in the lack.
"the york post" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing
"The Senate Judiciary Committee plans to issue a subpoena to twitter CEO Jack. Dorsey next week Republicans want to question Dorsey after the Social Media Company blocked New York Post articles that made new allegations about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden which Biden camp has denied. The posts of the articles were based e mails that allegedly described a meeting between then vice president Joe Biden, and an executive at the Ukrainian energy firm Charisma on whose board. Biden son Hunter Biden served. The emails were according to the post provided by allies of president trump. The response from twitter and facebook is bringing up questions about how social media companies decide which posts gets seen, and which don't. This is a really complex topic, and so we turn to our global tech out of their Jason Dean to help break down. Jason thanks for joining me. Sir Okay. So let's start with twitter's response to these post articles. What twitter say it was blocking them? It said it was blocking because it. Suspected that the were derived from material that had been hacked in also because the Articles photos contain personal information that wasn't authorized which twitter said was against its policies and actually twitter's not alone here. Our facebook took action as well. What did they do? HAVE THEIR REASONING COMPARE FACEBOOK, said it was down ranking articles in its platform which is. A way that they limit, how far and wide articles are spread. They said they were doing that while they fact, check the articles which something could take some time and how this example fit into the way that these companies have been trying to address misinformation ahead of the election thus far the companies were widely criticized after the two thousand, sixteen presidential election. For not doing enough to prevent the use of their platforms for manipulation disinformation in other problematic content. So they've put a bunch of policies in place over the last four years and particularly just in recent months recent weeks to try to address that for this election. In this instance, part of the consideration is that there were hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee in two thousand sixteen, we were dumped by what. We learned later were Russian agents and they did that attach the US presidential election. So part of the consideration social media platforms to try to ensure that something like that doesn't happen again this time. They both seem to make the judgment that these post articles and the contents of them sort of tripped the mechanisms that they'd set in place to try to prevent the spread of problematic information sites. This time of course many disagreed with it and we've mentioned we've seen social media companies blocked content before, but these articles from a mainstream media source, and by the way we should note the New York. Post is owned by News Corp which also owns the wall, Street Journal and the Journal. has also not independently verified. The Post reporting still does that make this different and and what does it say about the role social media is playing as a gatekeeper to speak this they have taken action against what might be called the mainstream news sites and other news sites before. But certainly, the action has raised a lot of questions in the company's communication or lack thereof or lack of clarity in their communication about why exactly they were taking the actions and where they're drawing the lines also. Those questions. So among them are well, what about other articles that have been written in other publications that are based on materials that are attained through hacking, and by the way I should say it's not clear that the emails here were obtained through hacking the providence of them has not been verified by by, but that is the concern. And other outlets including Wall Street. Journal. have in the past used material that was made public as a product of hacking. As part of their reporting so no question is, what does it mean for for those cases others would point out this particular circumstance where less than three weeks ahead of. Presidential election and this was something put out by one side. Of of the fight against the other. And on that note, both sides of the political aisle have been critical of the way social media companies, moderate content on their platform, how lawmakers been reacting to these companies decisions. Not surprisingly, it varies depending on the party. The Republicans have been particularly concerned in their public statements about the idea that the platforms are tilted in favor of Democrats that they're bias that their employees are biased. Democrats. A not to say, they have no concerns about limitations on free expression but the substantial worry on that side of the equation is about the use of the platforms to manipulate or distort the public discourse in so. You know generally speaking has more. Support for the company's taking actions to put limits on that. And I just WANNA zoom out to the bigger picture. Here are companies with billions of users who generally vast numbers of posts and other kinds of content every day the challenges of moderating all of that is a really tall order in it seems like there's no real way to win I think that's right. You know one might not have terribly large sympathy for them because this is a bed of their own, making the created the business model, and particularly in facebook's case, it's been incredibly lucrative for them but situation they're in right now. There's not really winning path for them if they take no action or less action. In general or particular case, they will be vilified by one side. If they do take action, they'll be vilified by the other and the set of judgments that they need to make as they take more responsibility over time for West distributed on their platform is incredibly complicated. You know as these companies do make those decisions. What are the stakes that they get it wrong and why is it so important that they get it right? I suppose that depends on who you ask also from one perspective, the stakes they get it wrong is the very health of the national discourse and our political and electoral system. Ultimately, the concern is that these platforms can be used to distort manipulate public opinion in public action at the polls, but there's also a concern that they will then enormous amount of power and influence over the public discourse in a way that if they put limits on speech, they're imposing their own institutional values on the public discussion and that concerns people's well all right, our global editor Jason. Dean thank you so much for joining me. Pusher. Thank you. That's protect news briefing this week. Chris Zeneli. Is Our supervising producer and Qatari Yokum is the executive producer, of Wall Street Journal podcasts I'm your host Amanda Llewellyn. If you like our show, please do rate and review your APP store. It really does help. Thanks for listening. See.
"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
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"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"Absolutely they would that was like a really common one so cringe or like yeah like I ask him for like ask him for permission like do you think I could like go to like Vegas like. There's like you know like yeah something going on there like. Would you'd be like comfortable with me doing that. And I don't give a fuck. Actually it'd be great. I can do something else with someone. Speak on this thing is girls no roundabout ways and I do have to say like if I were you I would start trying. Even if you don't like as much the other is I would try to start getting a few other people on your Ross. Because I really do think that like like you having this one guy in being kind of really into him like even if you don't say your actions and like your aura and your energy is going to be so obvious that you're so go into him and it's GonNa be kind of office. He's not looking for something serious. And there's there's no faking it. Girls like no like you're secretly in love with him but like you're just going to like make little comments you bought it actually live it no go out there and start sucking guy. I know actually and then I think the only thing that you can do. Purposefully Lee is just force yourself to be a slow I was GONNA say B B Shady. But don't talk about it like kind of being going. Mia for periods of time. Yeah but then not fucking texting him after like six hours and be like. I'm so sorry I own my gosh. I know that's what I've done my entire life is I genuinely live. Yes I would I would add. More persons harasser go on more dates. Even if you don't want to because that obviously will probably allow you to potentially even have a relationship with this guy you trying kind of force it so early on guys get freaked fuck and also he wants an he will make it known yes yes yes. So he's not he he doesn't at least not yet. Hey Daddy's I wanted to let you know that my roommate a nurse at Children's Hospital got put on paid leave you've out work for telling her CO worker. You should listen to the call. Her Daddy podcast. Someone Parentheses snitch called the anonymous hotline and reported it to H. R. who took three and a half weeks to investigate the incident anyways. She just got back paid after they found out she didn't do anything wrong. So on her behalf things for the three and a half weeks of her her paid vacation. We had a good time getting drunk together. Holy fucking Shit. Why okay? Hey that's kind of amazing. She got paid off to work actually unbelievable on whoever this little snitch is calling the HR hotline fucking look at call. Her Daddy you literally have only done missionary micro Dick as in between the two in between and and literally every guy that fucks you complain that you're a dead fish in bed and you're the worst he's ever go fuck yourself okay. And that's that and thanks for listening. I need to call her. Daddy actually no thanks for listening because you obviously can't handle it little girl girl little girl. It's not bitching a cool alway. Fuck off wow jack.
"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"Exactly what you should do that that will that mind. Fuck is the biggest mind fuck you can do to some way bigger than La is Beautif. She sold all the furniture China. I'm like oh my gosh little gone girl. It is but I kinda love it. Love it. okay. Here's this little so I started hooking up with this guy and we have been a couple of weeks so a couple of weeks. She's been hooking up with this guy. I really want this into a relationship. I know it's British were period of time and I'm not looking to Russia. But how do I do that without asking the question. So what are we scare him away so I just got annoyed by this because I know you're saying that you don't want to rush it but you're literally three weeks in and you're already like I want a relationship we've been dating for three we hooking up hooking up for three weeks not dating dating like hooking up for three weeks I WANNA relationship. How do I do that? And it's like and getting clinging in the first bucking three weeks and she thinks that the move is to ask him new trying to figure out she doesn't want it verbatim. Say What are we. But she's like how and I don't want to scare them away but like how do I basically move it towards relationship without asking questioning. Is I actually like really really happy that you brought this up. Because I'm an offer second. I have had in depth conversations with my guy about some of the girls he has dated and they all had something in common. Dan and all of these girls wanted more from him and they all wanted read more from him without asking. The what are we question which is exactly what this girl is dealing with. Okay and so they would do it and like they you would walk around and that can come off even fucking worse degree like he said like a really common one one was these girls would be like you know. Am I allowed to like see other is all he would say a Yes yes.
"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"You places that the person has recently or used maps up to get to along along with what day in time they were there so you can get your cut your man's or your girl and ally okay. We said it. Is We really appreciate when you when you guys are riding riding in tips especially to catch cheaters or to get obj- -solutely whichever you wanna see it but like the I think that's the most common Deanne that we receive. I'm I'm pretty sure there are viral videos about it so I think that a lot of times. We don't feel the need to address. That are such college now. We've done it no don't ever. DM me again. No no but He's I get the DM once a day but we have said so. If you and I always say like I requires you to be in your partners phone already to get into that and we've said it before but like I'm sorry but if I'm in my partners phone that's not what I'm going to like. That might be a little pissed off style but like when if I got into into my partners fell in the first place I'm going are what's up photo albums photo album messages with his friends. Yup and then like laying autograph as book messages and then looking at the sketchy right and then maybe I'm going to location is so I'm glad we got cheating. A Lotta time starts conversations over the phone before he's like straight up out the bitches how thank you thank you okay great work. I found this question very interesting. Okay and it Kinda with nudes. How Low Daddy's love you guys so much okay? So I don't know this is weird or not but sometimes when I masturbate. I look at my own news. Is that weird. Like I don't know what it is but I take some pretty hot picks hem like I'm literally literally in my room touching myself to my own nudes calling myself with slot and I don't know of anyone else does this or not think skies Um I kind of love this this is actually I imagine. Con- you West does this for. And he's like literally like covering Kim space like looking at her okay. I've actually never heard this but okay. This is what I am going to say. Okay because sometimes I'll be scrolling through pictures and if I come across one of my own new you get aroused. It's Miley wherever you are used to stop golfing mouse. So much that I'm like God damn so feel like look at that look at that rock on anew and like that little pristine pussy like that fucking like. It's not like right right but it's like stop but what it's as if it's reminding me that I am a sexual creed writer and it is reminding me of like what I probably would maybe look like. I'm getting what I know. I agree that it triggers. He's starting to think about sex. Pass lobby tell you something I I know. I'm admit something so I- talking to my ex again again. Slim Shady I wanted to go back in our old conversations. Okay details and I had sent him videos of me videos. Yes and and I wanted to look at those and what I had been sending him Also so I was trying to save them so I could maybe send them to other guys. Okay and I was watching these videos that I had sent him masturbating and I like got like like turned on because I'm remembering that moment and how obviously I'm fucking masturbating. I was horny. I was turned on so like I. Obviously channeled Oh I was tourney then now going like walking yes yes here on the same page I yeah. Yeah it's triggers your memory like having sat and girls Jing sexual totally random but I was just thinking about that because I was making sure I did that to make sure if you are saving old videos and stuff. You have to download an APP to make sure that you change the day of the video of the guy saved it would have been. He would have seen that from like two thousand eighteen. Twenty Seventeen Twenty sixteen okay. I have a story that I wanNA quickly just read. You don't even have to respond onto other than saying this is the definition of exactly what Sophia. And I want you to do. If you find out someone is cheating on you like this skirl played it perfectly. Okay okay. Hey guys love your podcast. Our great okay so storytime so dated this guy for six years and and about nine months ago I found out that he was cheating on me. His friend sent me a video of him. Catching my ex making out with his friend's girlfriend in my ex's truck. So here's the kicker my ex had no idea that his friend was recording this and he had no idea that I knew anything so for the rest of the night I played it off acted normal and then the next morning when my ex left for work I sold all of the furniture packed up. Moved the fuck out. I blocked him went along with no explanation and to this day have never talked to him again. He can't reach me. Aw Tell me that's not.
"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"It's Chris Campbell. What is going on? And what is their sex like. Also gory wiz Corey the bodyguard who is corey. He literally was born in his thirties. What his past is he randomly plopped down and started dating Kris Jenner? I see like her bodyguard at firs about Corey rocks. Alex to our Bucks Bucks. He'll he'll kill the goriest GAM hips and the as Corey Gamble fucks him. Dog doggy crew. Kris Jenner puts a strap on Fox gambling a blind. I'm sorry and you heard it here. I was like us where was a rumor and I actually don't think it's that much of a rumor. ooh That Kris Jenner took down every photo. Taken of Corey gambles hips down Alan from the Internet. Go on the Internet and try to find a picture of this guy. Can you explain it. Hips don't lie. I like a pair. I don't know what else I hope.
"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"More willing to send and you more pictures and more get more comfortable and even maybe send a video a recording but men need to be telling women how good they looked. How badly sadly you want them? How much how turned on you are a fucking little fire emojis? I if you stroke this girl's ego and like make her feel so sexy xc when she sends you something she is going to send you more and be make them even slutty obsolete. It's not what we all want the gentleman then. I think we can agree so ladies. Don't feel pressured men fucking shape up so we don't talk about pop culture at all. I and I don't know if we're necessarily going to start. But if I don't get this off my chest I will literally start fucking assassinating people on the sidewalk. Because like so riled up we want to talk about it for two seconds bear with us and hey if you like it let us know because we would gladly get more into this shit. Most annoying annoying celebrity couple. Okay go okay for me. I was like and I met myself. There's a celebrity couple and their names. I don't WANNA say their names but Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas. I've I'm both of their faces very disturbing and I posted something on my instagram story. I like laughed after. You're like I find them very unattractive I I wanNA punch like. I'm very dry and I want to punch a fact I posted something on my story making fun of them and it was as if I had posted something on my story like I had solved world hunger I had hundreds. I'm not exaggerating gene. Hundreds of people being like thank you so much. And what were you saying about them. I was just like I'm going to just say it stop. Yeah because they're disgusting disgusting other PRIYANKHA's a lesbian. Oh Yeah broncos a lesbian. She's using she's using nick as a beer career. Oh donut has big nipples. I seen on so PRIYANKHA's on Carr's Lesbian Nick Jonas has big Nipple Syndrome and I just want Priyanka to stop using him a beer and they probably have sex and can you imagine okay. Yeah let's talk about their sex because it's caller nick rides her reverse cowgirl the boy. Actually no nope. That's not what happens. Okay likes to be on top. And she likes to who ride and rock his little body back and forth like a baby and his nipple issue as you like rock him to sleep like a little baby and she's like bigger than MCI under getting into the amount of bragging and the amount of photographs in content content that they are constantly posting to prove to the world that they are in love with each other is disgusting and repulsive. And I feel this way already ready about just like average American. Yes you know like if you're constantly posting how in love you are with your significant other. I think it's grow a lot of times. I think there's something wrong. I keep mine hidden. Yes you don't even know. This could be a long search. But they kind of remind me of Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake Jessica Biel all. She was the man in the relationship and so Justin timberlake really hasn't been fucked by an actual one man right in a very long time. There were just pictures league. Yeah why do you think the happened right is he has not been fucked by Jessica Biel because I not going to say what side of the fence. He swings in Seventh Heaven Dan. That's a double whammy. Just might be a beard. I don't know when Justin Timberlake when you zoom in and crop that photo of his Co host with her little a hand on his cross handle yes no wonder you can see the splooge coming down his ankle. He was excited for female touch. I love how every single in goal girl were like. They have to be trying to scissor every girl in the room. They don't even like man. Maybe we should look so. Maybe we're kind of like selling rejecting not really. We're hoping please come. Fuck Me Jessica. Biel you're so gorgeous so my least favorite couple in the celebrity World Chris..
"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"Knocking. Knock it off when they're like show me more like more like Oh my God I want to see more than no the greediest. This guy do discuss Diaz Shea so we want to bring this up because so many girls have written in a lot of girls if you're in the beginning stages specifically with a guy you don't know how to basically tell him to fuck off in a way that's not going to be like make you guys stop talking because I think that the issue with men in that manner disgusting all the noticing but when men get a taste of something they always want more when they get a taste of anything sexual they're like give me more and the issue here is too many girls feel like they need to give him more or else he's going to get disinterested as all of you are like well. Fuck your feeling that pressure you sent it. You're like Goddamn. I felt like such a good mood. And it's like he didn't even take a second to appreciate it and now he wants more. But if I don't send more is he go and get more from another bitch or is he gonna get disinterested and he's going to be over and I'm not going to be slutty enough like what's going to happen ladies ladies ladies. That's why you have call her daddy and then I now in my old age old old Geezer fuck in croke out at any moment in front of me heading toward the light towards the three zero number of us here. If a guy did this to me now he he would get blocked locked immediately and people who think like I'm like I don't like I promise you if I send in new to a guy and he said hi give me more send me more. The tax would show up green the next time he texted me. And that is why we love you so but when I was younger anger yes I was prone to wanting to you. Know Shell them out. Yeah just fucking hitting them more so I understand like young girls I was listening are like how should I respond. Yeah so if you don't have if you really really liked this guy and you don't want to block him yeah. This is how you should respond. Alex give them antea. Alex's you send him a photo with your legs in stirrups essentially with your pushy out at this level. He's no you okay. Here's a couple text messages. Because call her. Daddy we're always giving actual lines. You can say my Go-to you so if you would block him. My go-to is always whether this is snapchat or this is via texting. Leave them on red completely just lea. Ah You read them asking for more not answering my other goto would probably if they if it's via text message that they're asking for it girls. You should double TAP HAP- his requests for more and press the Haha options. So you're like laughing at him out for more so stupid make this man. I feel so pathetic for not appreciating what he guy another one is. My classic would just be like a little just. Ll Relax or L.. Welcome down or you could be a little bit more flirty and be like L. While you're GonNa have to work a bit harder for that or maybe next time winky fe s US maybe next time when key face. The thing is because I'm girls. I'm going to read you some that milk hunter gave us because what I want everyone to focus on his like unit. This is a perfect time to evaluate the man. You're talking to because I think a lot of girls get so excited and like starry eyed especially when you start sending do you like you're so excited for his answer and even if either shitty ones sometimes girls just brush it off and they're like okay well like maybe the next one. He'll give me a good answer. So I think one signed to look for is if a man becomes overly aggressive rude or disrespectful or even even kind of like ghosts you and doesn't give you a great answer after you send if after you send him nude and then he asked for more and you don't give them more. Please do not ever speak or associate with these men ever again. Like that You cannot you have to understand that like this is a perfect opportunity for you actually to see this man's true color I if he is fucking giving you like attitude when you're like oh like ha maybe next time fucking blogs ghost for me personally. I think it's the biggest turnoff to me to. My next tip is also like girls you got to look inward and you gotta think about like when you're feeling the pressure the sun this next nude if you feel like you have to constantly throw the pussy at this man it means that you don't have the the power and this is a huge sign that you need to avow reevaluate where you even are even. If it's with the fuck buddy you we always say on caller. Id You always need to be the one controlling the situation. And if you're like fuck if I don't send us he's not GonNa talk to me again right okay. You are not in control the situation and you need to somehow figure out how go back. This reminds me of a conversation I had with the guy dating actually visit. Also this is exactly what he told me to not do talk about our sex life. But that's who is that right. He was telling me about he was hiking on a girl that was like the best sex effort right. He's ever had or something besides me of course and you guys are wondering why the fuck is like a guy or dating telling you that because Alex and I ask ask we ask were manipulative about it and we're also like it's for call her diet so you need to tell but it's like it's like a little self destructive. We got out of them. Yeah so he was telling me about this girl and he was like she was just call instantly wanting to fuck me like three times a day just like contin dancing constant constant and I was sitting there and I was like at first like I got a little like the jealousy. Started to grab a little bit. You know and I started to kind of feel like you know what fuck this wants to fuck him three times. Yeah I'M GONNA fucking five times a day. That was my initial reaction and then I was sitting there and I was like the wait a second. I don't have to no you don't I don't fucking half two. That's the difference between me and that girl role is asking me if he even liked her no he did not liked her right. She wanted more from him. She wanted him to be like exclusive with throat and so she was constantly throwing pussy out him and she had to do that. I had no power. Yes the only power she technically had was the poor the minute the pussy was gone. Yeah he was done he was done now however with you with me I could be like honey. I just feel like it would be kind of fun for us to try this thing or abstain from having sex for like a month and he would start crying and be so sad but he would still be wrapped around my finger. Xactly you know what I'm eyeing in the way and that's not something even to like. You're not bragging you're saying I mean you've been in relationships where you didn't have that specific specific situation you've made sure to have the power and that's what we're trying to tell the daddy again. You know to be honest. I think the relationships that work the best are win the women. Have I agree I agree. I totally agree. That's the thing girls is like. So when he he's asking you for more milk hunters you could take a step further and kind of make make them feel insecure and question what they're going to if you're like this via text and she like what are you going to be like in person yet. He had written some lines lines. He was like Oh. Are you going to be that guy. That's constantly asking for more and purse into a good one and then he said if you want to try to turn sexual sexual girls and you don't WanNa be rude you could say shut up and tell me what you're GonNa do with that like address minute and tell me how you'd fuck me kind of thing talking dirty to me and tell me what you would want to do. I want to address something because I think that there are some girls listening. And they're like there are a little bit confused about when this response could maybe be warranted. Okay like if you're sending the guy a picture of like your bra-strap you know and then he's going to be I. Can I get a little more. We're going to be a little. We can go. Yeah you know like kind of understand where he's like he's trying to even understand what the other parts of the shoulder looks like. I and I really do girls listening that are like Oh yeah like fuck him and it's it's like no no hard and you're only showing him like you're like clinical like he can't he wants even even like a little in the boob would look I guess but let me ask you. This always like to challenge our idea. Challenge if you send him a picture of you and your Brom panties. Yeah and he's like. Can I get more her. No he's allowed depends on like obviously. Is My boyfriend ex boyfriend. WHO's literally fucked upside down on? And he's seen my pussy literally the microscope that I'm like fine if the new guy I'm talking to and that's the first time he's even at any other than like in a bat and he shaw on my instagram. I maybe I'm going to be like fuck off guys. It's it's all relative so if it's like one of the first few things you've sent him than you know he shouldn't be alive. You guys have been dating for like a year. Yeah and he's like Babe. I'm Horny can you just fuck Rodney late. Show me the push you're fine. Yeah that's a great clarification so Also this is the perfect time to throw the ball back in his court and be like fine. Why don't you send me some? Let me see your day check. Yeah Yeah let me send than me something. And that's a I. I'm so glad you brought that up because men if you're listening. I know we've said it but I'll just say it again when a woman sends you a nude you have such an opportunity to properly receive an nude in a way that will make her more likely and excited to send you more you Dan making this girl feel so fulfilled when she sends a nude even if it's an average nude or the girl whatever it is if you make her feel more appreciated in wanting she's going to be.
"the york post" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"You're like. Hold on. I liked the Dineh. Okay that's actually a really good. Ah via I've meant to say this for you for the podcast I would. I said I went to Boston to see the hockey player It was great and everything however I I was trying to make sure that my ex didn't know I was with this guy and I didn't want the guy to know that I was trying to hide that I was with him so we had to go to dinner that night and like when professional teams are staying at a hotel. Usually there's a bunch of people outside weightings at like one Third Jersey assigned shit. There's people constantly looking at WHO's coming and going from the hotel so I had to. We had to. We knew we were GONNA go to dinner together. uh-huh and I think we were both kind of staring at each other kind of lies Magin. You like his. You're constantly in these hotels like you have like a bell bell. Oh Man I have a bell I literally am carrying out the BELCO. I'm like pretending I'm so no but not far off okay so we both kind of knew we you were going to dinner and it got awkward and I think that we both knew that for his reasons he didn't WanNa like publicly. Come out with me because of our show and and I'm over here like my my ex literally look at my twitter every day to see if I'm with someone so we ended up literally taking separate Uber's to dinner. Wow Wow it was like I know I know it was awkward but we both Wole. Should we just did you like the fucking the hotel toodle he left I I I stayed in the room and then he texted me and he's like okay. I'm in the car coasts clear. Go ahead so I call my. I walked through the lobby. And then I get in my car and I meet him not the fucking place. Wow you guys are like fucking Kendall Gender gee-gee Houdini no lab Renault fucking losers on. I'm trying to hide it from I know so it's a little. It's a little difficult but like we're working on it the speaking of difficult now to really tell them so. I talked a little bit about the guy. I'm dating and over. No I I got in a little bit of an argument. No the thing is. That's the funniest part is a last week guys. So does the big announcement yeah. I'm announced these people this week and then literally when we pressed upload on the episode last week on Wednesday so FIA got in a fight with her I I I literally got invite with my ex in the Canadian and I'm like we were we. We just hold the daddy gain that like get ready. They're all killed off. If I know I'm like Brexit kill all these characters off now. We were sitting in our apartment. We're like holy fuck like all of them are about to be gone because we had a fight every single one of them and then we said hold on in. Our New Year's resolution was to tell the daddy gang. Okay we got in a fight. A what was the fight about Superman. I got in a fight because I wanted to go into great detail about his penis and the sex you're having Haha. I know people are like stop it. No literally the size is the girth the link if all her daddy yeah and we started this podcast by talking Abou let me say straight and curved here and that's not a live seen pictures of both curved and so I wanted to talk about his penis and I shouldn't have done this and this is like what bites lights in the ass is I was like I'm GonNa talk about like the sex we had last night. Yeah giving them a little heads up. Yeah don't ever give them ever know to sell to hear hear it and then ask for forgiveness what people say ask for. No one asked for permission. Ask for forgiveness health. How you they're doing and I was like i WanNa talk about the sex? I want to talk about your penis. Your balls like what this is dating now your new my job you you pretended I did. Yes who support me and now we're are you want to describe the PCP. Where's the loyalty? When I want to talk about the we yes so loyalties out the win? We got in a huge argument and I can kind of see both sides because why you try to play devil's advocate like if I was how to boyfriend. He had a show and he was like I want to talk about Iraq and the flaps. How do I get it? But I don't get it because he knew you and he knew how discussing in weird you are GonNa go there and like. I just had to do it unfortunately. And you're used to do you it so so pretty much. I think he's actually going to break up with me. I think actually as we were so excited Soviet has got someone now. Actually that's over Jaffe pinks few episodes out to be like a guys. I'm single again. Yeah we'll see so that's frustrating. My two fights with these guys was the Canadian Canadian similar issue to suit man and the fight with my ex at the time. Had nothing to do with the show it has to do with a very yes. Yeah I was there by issue with my ex. Was the classic on the gold. Digging the issue is constantly ever flowing within the relationship and it's just a constant issue was they were. We're talking about how she's GonNa go fly to me him. Yeah and he was like kind of kidding but kind of sears. And he was like let's go half sees yeah I'm solely because he thinks that you're using him for his money. which is absolutely odd reloaded? If you guys knew how much not okay. Alex may okay in comparison to how much this guy may right like you would be shocked even tried to Ryan Right. So that's like what's going on with us but now we made up up. I'm going to see the Akzo fee as actually going on a trip. They kind of made a actually. You didn't really kind of make up the he's probably GONNA get killed off within the next two to maybe single again. You may be single in the middle of Mexico the best content And then the Canadians just the Canadian. Just fucking around upstate and Canadia Canadia Babia okay. Well where is that. I've never heard of that. Please let us know geographically where Canadia is okay all right manscaping bitches gang..
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"the york post" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"We're trying to get to see they don't seem to work. How does an issue move from the world of pure, empirical facts and evidence to this other world, that seems usually reserved for ethics and morality and politics and stuff like that? So you can moralize anything and this is partly politicians do they'll moralize some people might see. You know, marginal tax rate says debate about whether it's going to be optimal for the net GDP growth year. Other people are going to see it as about various and politicians and leaders, as well as activists all the time trying to frame issues through the lens of morality. And once that starts to penetrate your own brain in your own psychology. Then you start to see that things moral issue, even if you didn't see it before. And so we can do this also a moment to moment basis. So we have a study where even something like riding a bike, if you're deciding how many people here, wrote a bike today or took a subway. Okay. I took the subway hair for some of us. This is just a pragmatic issue. Well, the subway get there faster than than taxi is a cheaper for other people. It's actually a moral matter, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions which you brought up produces climate change, and we all might see yourself as having a responsibility there. So you ride a bike or take transit? And so for those people, they're going to be irritated when they see other people taking transit or. Having SUV. And so whereas the people who just did it pragmatically kind of have to each their own, everybody has their own way to do this. And it's fine. And so that's a case, where even a day to day, you can switch back and forth, when you watch the news in the morning, you see something about climate change. You might change how you think you're gonna commute to work that day, you might realize this is a moral issue for me. I'll give you an example today. I was having lunch I order tape and the waitress goes what kind of milk, and I said, I never used to get asked what type of milk, I wanted, and she said for many people, it's a moral issue. You know, went from regular milk to almond milk. And now there's oatmeal, apparently oat milk is optimal for the environment. Also, delicious. Thinking try it, but for them they won't take the other milk, even if they liked it because they think it's that it's harmful to the environment. So even things like our coffee, walk in your coffee, shop, the next time you go tomorrow, and look at all the symbols of morality that are advertised by your coffee, shop about their relationships with farmers, and where the proceeds go, this is interwoven into the most trivial of transactions that we have. You have a paper produced really I love it because it, it has brought together, a lot of the things we've talked about tonight into one, sort of framework. It's called the partisan brain and identity based model the political belief. This. We'd win. There are some issues for which we will this, my phrasing, not your phrasing, the idea that we will choose to be wrong..
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"Entity and actually might extend to some of the things that we're going to talk about later. But the idea is that you're sort of generous in suggesting that others out there have this access to the to the world and you agree that this access having kind of different reporting different things about what you're seeing doesn't lead to there, being many different worlds or doesn't mean that there's a possibility that there are many different worlds, rather. You also agree that there was one world out there that you're all perceiving case. There is an objective reality. I think. And we all like there's a term called the Vale, which is one of my favorite words, the idea that different if you have the ability to since infrared or all travailed it, you get a different subject of than I get. But you're still able to navigate whatever it is. That's out there that we're a sampling. It doesn't it doesn't take away from. We assume there's something beyond the veil of our perceptions that maybe we won't ever be able to perceive, the way another creature would seat rise at that. There's a world out there, and that at least as human beings, we all have a kind of access to it. And when are reporting of that access is slightly different? It doesn't mean that there are many world or different realities out there. We agree that there's one and that we can all talk about something that's the same thing. We're going to talk about this. I want to talk about is, if there is an objective reality, we have different subjects reality, and we start to disagree on what those subject area. We'll get to it. Because we do disagree on the anti laurel. We do agree on the dress. So it's not, you know, you we can come to a place where we do disagree on what's happening on after it passes the level of just going from electromagnetic waves in chemicals. And so, so I'll stop you there. Okay. So. Fun. So, so I think that's that's where it's important to point out that the dress Yanni laurel are things that are nevertheless, still in this kind of perceptual Brown, so we make different judgments at the end right there. Categorical judgments that sound different across individuals. But all of these effects are happening at these basic levels of visual or auditory, processing things, again, that are file, genetically ancient emerging early and human development and the development of other animal species..