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Understanding the border dispute between India and China

Between The Lines

05:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Understanding the border dispute between India and China

"Together China in India account for more than one third of the entire population of the world, and if you believe the predictions of Keisha Mahbubani, remember him. He's been a skit on this program. He's the distinguished Singaporean intellectual. He says the future is Asian, and it's China's and India's to shame. But as my next guest points out. There, a deep historical tensions between these two budding global superpowers, which might make that impossible. China and India share land border in the Himalayas which has been in dispute since nineteen, sixty two, and it's been a pretty quiet style for decades, however, since May tensions have been rising nuclear powers facing off in a remote corner of the Himalayas, the disputed Kashmir region. This is the first the classroom this border in forty five years Indian government confirmed twenty of its soldiers were killed in the clash. China seems to now be making new claims to territory now. Will this be the event that pushes India away from Chana. Chana for good, and what does it mean for the rest of the World Tom V. Madan is a senior fellow in the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution. In Washington. She's the author of a new book called Fateful Triangle. How China shut US India relations during the cold. War She's got an article in this month's foreign. Affairs magazine on how China is losing India Tovey. Welcome to between the lines. Thank you for having me Tom now. The border dispute between China and India has probably been the most tasteful. Conflict in the world. No one died and forty five years. What sit this conflict of? It was set off because of some early moves in early May that. had. Brought forward troops and equipped military equipment at different points on the China. India boundary the line of actual control. In the western sector particularly of their border, which is eastern Hlavac and at multiple points, what we saw was attempts to change the status quo whether it was to establish a permanent presence in built in areas, but both sides claim. Or attempts to stop a Indian patrols from moving in those areas which they have traditionally done. That's set the context. It's been going on since at least early May. What we actually saw what was happening to June, sixth meeting between senior military commanders was that they had agreed to a process of de-escalation and disengagement but something went very wrong in the course of this de-escalation. And this is where the incident took place. Now this particular incident has just been a larger in scale and an this whole stat of larger scale, but also regrets aggressiveness and the ones we've seen before, and there are reports that both countries are deploying some serious weapons to the bases close to the border. Is this just posturing, or is there a serious risk of Esscalation I? Think these kind of situation. There's always a risk of escalation. We've seen at least three. faceoffs three major face before this one between the Chinese and Indian military's in two, thousand, thirteen, two, thousand, fourteen in two thousand seventeen This one is could have larger in scale. We've seen as we did. On June fifteenth that even though they have traditionally had a whole series of agreements, standard operating procedures protocols in place between the two countries to avoid the kind of Esscalation we saw injured fifteenth. They clearly are not sufficient anymore, so let's put this in a broader historical context. China and India and went to war in nineteen, sixty two over the border. Now this of course was at the heart of the Cold War. Taibbi take us back to the geopolitical context of the time what was going on? By the time, the nineteen sixty sixty-two war broke out between China and India. You've seen a few years from about nineteen fifty seven about five years already of rising China Idiot tensions you've seen. The Indians relies that The Chinese did not consider. The boundary settled that they were building. A roads through territory India sought was India's. You saw scuffles skirmishes at between. The. Two sides patrols at various points on the boundary. You also saw the escape of the Lama. At a number of Tibetan. Refugees remain to stay in India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, which the Chinese soil with deep suspicion and suspected that the US and you had worked together to engineer about escape. And, so you seem kind of rising tensions between China and India and at the same time you see you saw. The US India actually because in a national park because of their shared concerns about China actually starting to move closer towards each other for the for the the US This saw a in democratic India as both Jew potential, a political counterbalance, but also democratic contrast to soviet-backed Communist China accident, very interested in supporting it. N India welcomed that support, and so that was the. what was? Preceded that sixty to war, but which occurred when the Chinese decided. To move what they call the self defense a counterattack. And in nineteen, sixty two. Move across across the boundary took and defeated India quite badly, which laughed a number of different. It's a it's left a lot of historical baggage. The only major war the Union army has lost

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Changing our formulation of AI to avoid runaway risks: Interview with Prof. Stuart Russell

Linear Digressions

08:21 min | 3 months ago

Changing our formulation of AI to avoid runaway risks: Interview with Prof. Stuart Russell

"Hey everybody so instead of having myself and Ben. Your usual hosts and here with special guest professor Stuart Russell of Berkeley Who's written a really fascinating book about Ai in the future of AI? And we're GONNA talk about it Professor Russell. Thank you for joining me. It's a pleasure. You're listening to linear digressions so Professor Brussel I know your name might be familiar to a lot of folks who are listening to this podcast. But for those who don't know your work as much or they may be recognized the name but aren't quite sure how to place it. You might giving a brief introduction. Sure so I've been a Berkeley Longer than I can't remember about thirty four years and I've been doing a I actually since I was in high school. I wrote a chess program. background nine hundred. Seventy five In high school so I've been doing a along time You might know my name if you've taken. Ai Costs you possibly used a book by Russell Ovik So Peter Novick and I wrote that starting in Nineteen ninety-two. We just sent the fourth edition off to the printer last week and So my research has covered Pretty much every area of artificial intelligence reasoning learning problem solving game playing planning robotics language. Vision these days I'm concerned about the following simple question which we had actually in the First Edition Textbook What if we succeed? There's a new book that you have out now human compatible artificial intelligence in the problem of control as you mentioned this. It sounds like this is something. You've at least been aware of for a long time. WanNa ask what motivated you to write this book now? So the book Sort of has two parts. One is the part that says okay. This is how we currently think they I And this is why it's extremely wrong And if we assume the current standard model they I As I systems. Get better and better We face the prospect of losing control over them. And losing control to machines altogether Second part of the book says okay. Here's how to fix it Here's a way of doing I on a completely different kind of general theoretical foundation and conceptual framework And in this new framework it seems that At least that failure mode of losing control Two machines Seems to go away. The why now is because Sometime around twenty thirteen. Two Thousand Fourteen I figured out what the second half of the book should be namely is a way of dealing with the problem I didn't just want to write a book saying okay. We're all dude right. Alan Turing actually. Nine hundred fifty one said World Dude. So there's not I wouldn't be a new point so without asking you to cannibalize your book sales too much here. You know in in a snapshot what what is the Fundamental Way. That we've gotten it wrong for a long time and where. Where is the ray of hope that you found in that second half the book so this down model of AI? involves building machinery that optimizes a fixed known objective So if you remember if you've read the first few chapters of the book the textbook We talk about for example problem solving systems that Find a sequence of actions that's guaranteed to achieve a goal with minimum cost. So there you have to specify the goal you have to specify the cost function in Moctezuma processes you have to specify the reward function in machine learning algorithms. You have to specify the function In control theory you have to specify a cost function so in fact it's not just A. It's a good fraction of twentieth century. Technology is based on this model and the model is wrong because me do not know how to objectives correctly particularly when you have systems at start to operate in the real world is easy on the chessboard to say okay. You're supposed to win the game But in the real world you might say okay. I'd like you to restore carbon dioxide levels to Pre industrial concentration so that we can get the climate back and balance. That sounds great. What a wonderful objective. What could go wrong wrong? Well you'd get rid of all the people because they're the ones who are producing the carbon dioxide and then you might say okay well. Let's not do that. Let's Restore Carbon Dioxide and not kill anybody And then of course. The system has Subtle and complex social media campaign. That convinces everyone to have fewer and fewer children Until there are no people left and then carbon dioxide is restored. And that's much easier than trying to do all the politics of convincing people to stop consuming and producing and all that kind of stuff so So actually we've known this for a long time where we have the story of King Midas you know. He gave his is objective specification. Everything he touches asa to gold and of course it was the wrong objective died because his food and drink and his family to MD gold And the genie. You get three. Your third wish always please undo the first two issues because I messed everything up. So we know this And yet we assist with a model with the more effective the better the I the worse the outcome is going to be the human beings And if that isn't a bad engineering model I don't know what is right so I think we should abandon that. We have doing things In brief solution is to say that The machines objective is still to satisfy human preferences about the future. But the machine knows that it doesn't know what those preferences are so as explicitly uncertain Just to give you a simple analogy When you go to restaurant the restaurant doesn't know what you want to eat. They know that they don't know they. You what would you like to eat? What MENU CHOICES? And if you pick something off the menu That isn't their life. Subjected will cost to to give you that thing you know if they're out of that item they're not gonNa you know traipse all over the city trying to find more of it. They'll say well. Sorry so you know. We're out of the duck tonight or you know the chickens not so great but maybe I could recommend the polk medallions instead whatever. It might be so. This is perfectly normal and understandable human beings that we don't know what Other humans want and we asked them and or they tell us and we we have an interactive process and we can do the same thing with machines. The machine knows that it doesn't know what you want but it has to somehow act in a way that is beneficial to us so it's naturally motivated so it's trying to solve that problem. The solution to that problem is to do things like US questions off Commission before before you kill everyone the restore carbon dioxide levels you ask you know. I understand about the carbon dioxide is it okay if I kill everyone and then you can say no. That's not why we added more sure that you're not right. Yeah so that's the basic oil and We can formulate this. Mathematically if you're interested you problem in Game Theory And the solutions to those games have the property that the better the I the better the outcome the human beings

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Compher's OT goal lifts Avs over Rangers, 3-2

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Compher's OT goal lifts Avs over Rangers, 3-2

"J. T. Compher his goal with two ten left in overtime lifted Colorado to a big three two win over the Rangers the victory enabled the avalanche to stay within two points of Western Conference later Saint Louis with Colorado having a game in hand the ads had to emotionally regroup after the Blueshirts Povel Butch never H. extended the game by scoring with thirteen seconds left in the third period the point brings the Rangers to within two points of the eastern conference's final playoff spot Bruce Morton Denver

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Opposites Don't Attract After All

Curiosity Daily

02:18 min | 5 months ago

Opposites Don't Attract After All

"We're releasing this episode on Valentine's Day. So we just had to get into some relationship research starting with that old saying that opposites attract. You know the idea that maybe creative types fall for analytical types or messy people and up with tidy people. Well I've got some news for you. Science says that idea is a big old myth. According to research were most attracted to people who have similar attitudes personalities interests and values to our own. That's right we love to tell ourselves that opposites attract but since the nineteen fifties social scientists have conducted more than two hundred forty studies to determine whether similarity or difference is what most leads to attraction in two thousand thirteen. Two psychologists looked at all the results of these studies put together in a Meta analysis published in the Journal of Social and personal relationships. What they found was pretty conclusive. There's a strong undeniable association between being similar to another person and being attracted to that person. In other words there is essentially no research evidence that differences in personality interests education politics upbringing religion or other traits. Lead TO GREATER ATTRACTION. Opposites do not attract in one study researchers found that when given a choice of potential partner college students chose descriptions that match their ideal selves. Over there opposites. Another study found that introverts aren't more attracted to extroverts. We might think that we're looking for someone to complement our strengths and support our weaknesses. But we're actually most attracted to people who share our traits but if these rules of attraction are so true. Why do we still seem to think opposites attract well for one thing differences standout more than similarities to a couple might have one hundred similar traits in two contrasting ones? And they'll still end up arguing about how different they are also. Some research has shown that over time. People change to complement their partners. People might start out as very alike but over time the partner who makes slightly more jokes will become the funny one and the other will become the serious one in the end. It's what we share with our partners. That's important so lean into this law of attraction. You're probably looking for someone who's pretty similar to yourself. And that's just fine

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And thirteen seconds to go and that's where it careened out of control yeah and and they either was great play call lean in and they were able to squeeze Jimmy warder like I've been saying I do believe there was a busted coverage somewhere me just don't let me go get behind you like he did you don't let Sammy Watkins get behind you like you did you don't like Kelsey get behind you like he did in the in the end zone for the touchdown I mean when you think of three touchdowns in the last nine minutes of the game in the mediocre when you look at his numbers you look AT George per pass attempt and you look at at the interceptions in an already had two of them in the game everything was friendly in the direction of the San Francisco forty Niners until that thirty fifteen you know with just over seven minutes to go and they were able to get twenty one points in the last seven and a half minutes of the game the forty nine forty the forty Niners skews me pop last four possessions forty one yards by the forty nine R. also intercept we're gonna hear from Kyle coming up and obviously the story will be this is great past the feds crack was seven minutes and thirteen seconds to go but the reality is it's a football team when they got the one touch down over the top and it was you know twenty seventeen game now the forty Niners at six plus minutes they could work the clock which is didn't happen they got the ball right back they want it Richard Sherman they did make the proper place called sensibly to stem the tide to allow the chief to come back again there was a point there they needed to do something offensively they're able to make a couple of first downs which is forty one yards and also that all say this and I know the coaches knew about this company and and and the city of very good special teams unit and and Richey James did not have his best stuff in this game tonight it all started with a mop on early in the game and then you never saw a lot of creativity since sold more recklessness is doing his return game because I I do believe that he was you know in a coffin that football up again like you did earlier in the game and you didn't see Richie Jane B. Richey James I mean there was times were you just like he was running right into traffic in fear of losing the football and really gave them nothing in the return game when you start on your own thirty verse is back on the fifteen that's a first down and a half and there were you know quite a few times in this game enter the kickoff word or there's just not enough in the return game but at the end of the day of the homes in that office in those twenty one points versus a couple of busted coverages are going to be the story of this game many also got a way out of harm's way and in some Saksi is a P. isn't this more slippery and he is a hoarder sack than anybody given credit for a lot more coming your way we'll hear from straining handing it is spending on this one and on the twenty eight to three lead a few years ago to going on in the Superbowl this one in some respects I think is even more difficult now that he's the head coach will hear from Kyle coming up is the Kansas City Chiefs scored three touchdowns in the last seven plus minutes of the game to beat the forty Niners thirty one to twenty one Super Bowl fifty four give a listen to the Superbowl from Miami on the U. S. bank forty Niners Shanahan is meeting the media and we'll get his thoughts on the forty Niners blown a ten point lead again of the third ID fifteen was seven thirteen to play in the game at all flip so higher up play of the game that this is Super Bowl fifty force or play of the Superbowl sponsored by dignity health when it comes to health care with kindness choose Disney dignity health hello human kindness or whenever he Moster said a lot of the ads on here late in the third quarter we thought the forty Niners are on their way to number six one one center use check most of the channel the I. chemicals in motion to give the most off the right side they were on their way in order to take that to score lead inventor various more the interception after that to them and they were completely and utterly in control of this game and it all changes you said on on that third fifteen played a to tie retail and and got behind the forty Niners got I mean the story position and then at the end and and I just reference the the forty one yards on the last four possessions they really had no answer to the six man pressure me guys were not coming open and and getting opened quickly and I and I can't wait to watch the tape and see if the that the concept work around and I'm sure that concept right but they were trying to get to to vertical trying to hit him with two big a place I mean there were several times third four five six with a good got the ball out quick the guys and had some blood speeders dialed up but they had no answer for those six man pressures and if it wasn't batted balls there was pressure on rob Lowe and get them sacked and then of course on that fourth in ten got its activity and in the grass Hey Moster returning to Florida scores a touchdown in the Superbowl winds up the forty Niners leading ground gainer twelve carries fifty eight yards and a touchdown bought.

Oscar Picks of Wesley Morris from The New York Times

The Bill Simmons Podcast

08:05 min | 5 months ago

Oscar Picks of Wesley Morris from The New York Times

"Wesley Morris is here. Sometimes we fly him out. And we just put you on a whole bunch of podcasts. And we just wind you up and you go yeah Ping Pong Pinball pinball Wesley Yeah Oscars this this weekend yes I can never get through Oscars week without talking to you for at least ten minutes on what's going on. I'm not sure what happened to the Oscars because we have all these prohibitive favorites. There's no drama at all. Everyone thinks nineteen seventeen gonNA win. Isn't that wild. Everyone thinks Phoenix is GonNa win for the joker. Okay yeah that Renee Zellweger is GonNa win for Judy. which I five saying? No no no it made money Brad Pitt for once upon a time And then Laura dern for marriage story yes and those are Kinda done y- everyone the the. They're like huge huge favorites. It doesn't even make sense to bet on them. They're such huge favorites. You'd be like betting on. I don't know the the though Oklahoma City Thunder to beat some division. Three Kinda odd you the only one. That's kind of even best director. Sam Mendes as twenty five favorite. That's what is happening. Is it just. The Internet has made this that the consensus the census of thought now nobody goes against the grain and they just kind of follow the pack. What's happening here? I don't know I think I really feel like increasingly. There are just enough people. I don't know how voters individually or feeling about not pressure to pick a certain person person but the like doing the work to really choose the thing you love the most because every year you read those blind items that variety are Hollywood reporter daily beast. I do yeah And you read these Oscar voters say things and they all have. They all seem to have individual taste rate to hear these. I voters justify why they're voting. They're voting for you. You would think anything could win but that never happens will rarely happens right so I also also believe that in this particular year. I think there's a lot of politics going on like like movie. Industry politics rang. Explain plan so I don't think that people. I think there's a number of things happening. I think people don't like parasite that much. I think they see it. I think that was that was okay. I don't know how they could think that it actually got. It's like Robert Covington right now the NBA trade deadline. It's gotten hyped up too much now. People going wait a secondly. I think it's great it's awesome you're going to see it and you you end up going and you're like yeah it's good but you're not like Oh my God you're right I'm blown away. Yeah Yeah I can't speak but some people are leaving matt a Lake Nona. Nope they're leaving. They're probably just watching it at home but like they're they're watching this movie and they're just Kinda like well okay. I and I'm rich people poor people and I think that I mean I really think that they think it's that simple and I also think good. I really liked it. I didn't think it was like the best picture picture the year I why do but you do really. I was the case in a minute. I think it's just okay. The very simple thing is it takes a story. It takes an idea that I can't believe that in a hundred and you know twenty years of movies. Nobody's ever done before nobody's ever fought to turn the class. Divide into into a game in this particular way. Yeah and by the time they get to the sect by the time the father other by the time the father gets the job. So the third the third introduction of the the glomming onto this family. I'm just I was just laughing. I was is laughing with happiness at the brilliant to this idea. He's such a great of these nine movies and most like almost all of them are perfectly made. I would say that's the one that surprised me the most in terms of how tight and smart and and surprising it was the one thing I don't like goodbye it is the ending but in talking to people about who also sort of ending is anticlimactic but it also needs to be there none. Nobody could come up with a better trending. So this is the endings. Movie needs to have this elegiac sort of tragic fantasy ending. I liked once upon a time. The most I mean and as you know I also love them. We did a podcast about that on this podcast. Back in August we wait. Let's go back though we dated Rewatch ables. That's coming this week about about it already. Yeah well we do one Oscar movie every year O- of the nine area to get out on time. That seems fair. Yeah UH-HUH I think forward and for our versus Ferrari of those nine movies. That in little women I think are the most those are going to prove to be the most re watchable bowl of those. I'm so glad you said that. I feel like those have become the underrated. I'm not sure what happened. In each case moves. I thought little women was excellent. Women Soak so good the crazy thing about this year. Is there a two stores. I just wrote a story about this for the paper and the the the maddening thing about these nine movies please. And I'll get back to the into back to what people are saying about who they are. Why nine hundred seventeen is going to win for political reasons Movie movie industry political reasons. But I just read a piece about like how. This is the first year since they expanded the field ten. Move to up to ten movies that I have liked every single one of these movies more or less except for one and I don't like joker either. Yeah I don't like never really really align this year on what we didn't like I like that I didn't. I don't like joker I didn't have fun. I thought his performance was awesome. But I've seen a lot of movies that whereas the performance was awesome. But I'd necessarily loved the movie right I don't even I don't even Joaquin. Phoenix is one of my four favourite male actors. And this does not I feel like this is the first time he is looking for a character as like we are watching him do work mark. The I think it's done before you start shooting in this movie Part of it is. He is playing a person who's changing but he's always playing people who were undergoing some sort of ecological little change wasn't he's so much more interesting in the master. Oh everything he was doing. If you're going to start there then I'm like why did you give just give Antonio Banderas the Oscar. I mean that's where you're GONNA start but I'm saying like I don't know why I took this movie for people to like. Here's his Oscar. Movie when he was so good the pastor I mean the thing that was more interesting performance interesting thing that we should talk about. Is that like he is one of those people were. He's just a person who is owed right like it's he's been he's a set of a woman quote suffered so long just give him just give it to him not that he's begging for it because because when he took this part I was like oh well you know he clearly. He clearly understands with businesses going and I would never accuse him ever of like being being interested in getting any prizes for the work. He's doing but I also feel like there is a sense that he's been nominated three other times. I think maybe maybe four do you remember how lost to the master who who when they're You're talking keep your point going on anyway. I feel like if I sat here and thought about it. I'd come my with but I'm not going to remember those thirteen Two thousand thirteen. So we have. Is that Matthew mcconaughey. Now it's not McConnell. Now he lost a Daniel Day. Lewis Link Oh well that's that's just bad luck for Joaquin Phoenix. I remember having issue with that at the time you should have. I mean just just as a matter of history you should rostker you blaspheme. He's fine. He's fine I thought Athletes Ship

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Microsoft's gaming revenue down 21% in Q2, but subscriptions are still up

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Microsoft's gaming revenue down 21% in Q2, but subscriptions are still up

"Gaming Revenue Down Twenty one percents in Q.. Two but their subscriptions are up. Because I'm I'm from Rebecca Valentine over at Games. Industry Dot Biz. Microsoft has reported its earnings for Q.. Two of the current fiscal year announcing overall growth overshadowing continued decline clients and the company's gaming segment total revenue reached thirty six point nine billion dollars. That's a lot for the quarter up. Fourteen percent year over year with a net income of eleven point six billion up thirty five percent The more personal computing business segments of which gaming is a part of saw thirteen two billion in revenue up two percent year over year but gaming gaming is a small part of that segment bringing three point. Three million in q two down nine hundred and five million year over year Microsoft attributed this decline to would decrease in hardware sold predictable drop given this represents the final holiday season of the current generation. This job is also in line with what CFO. Amy Hood suggested during the company's Q.. One earnings so kind of expected. Yeah new new consuls. Coming this year. the big push with game pass and the fact that all their games are more or less on not at this point so if people want to strictly play on pc they can't they don't need to buy the your new xbox whether it be the X.. Or whatever additionally Microsoft reported that xbox content and services revenue was down eleven percent Attributing the drop to a high prior-year comparable primarily from a third party title. It's possible that this is referring to read makes a lot of sense The the drop was offset though by subscription growth. Don't Microsoft no longer reports xbox live. MEU's I'm assuming that just means subscriptions beginning with its Q.. One results for this year at last count. That number was at sixty. Five million and Microsoft has said it has grown over the last two quarters cents in fact during the company's q earnings excol Microsoft announced the xbox live reached a new high record in that game subscriptions more than doubled. Hell Cue to

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Anthony scores winning basket, Blazers beat Raptors 101-99

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Anthony scores winning basket, Blazers beat Raptors 101-99

"Carmelo Anthony led the way for Portland is a trailblazer such the represent a thriller won a one ninety nine at Scotiabank arena the game tied at ninety nine Patrick because pass for Kyle Lowry one of the battles with thirteen seconds left after trailblazers time out control at the knees ray opal jumper was good giving port in the lead with three seconds to go Lowry held the ball in his hands for the game's final play for a game winning three bounced off the rim at the little scores petition with twenty eight points this is a big confidence booster for the bring well bowls for especially going to last game on this road trip will we have an opportunity to come out of district one on on the one side Larry was a raptor top score with a double double twenty four points and ten assists joined other Toronto

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Wisconsin rallies late to upset No. 5 Ohio State 61-57

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin rallies late to upset No. 5 Ohio State 61-57

"Unranked the Celtics Wisconsin overcame temple closed walkers out the game absence of the fourteen and to the six bigger run early deficit stunning fifth the hold ranked up Ohio the league state worst sixty talks one fifty for a one seven oh nine a one rare oh six league win road win Jaylen for brown a big led ten the team Celtics in this young with twenty season four points as leading Boston the way with fell seventeen behind by points eighteen and nine boards early was with Wisconsin a Walker sidelined junior forward by the Nate flu rivers before recovering rivers and scored having to seven fight of his to team's the finish final twelve points market and smarts help to hold three back with a forty junior two for point Caleb three seconds Weston scoreless left put in the final the Celtics seven ahead and a for half good minutes west and Trey and let young's the losers potential with twenty game two winning points three and with thirteen two point boards seven Wisconsin's seconds left bench was outscored blocked Ohio by Daniel state's bench tights twenty to pro to would the be badgers me prevailing for live sixty bird one fifty seven feeders Ron one of the Friedman game when and Columbus that's why I said just starting with a sudden dinner was I was right at the box young's twenty eight points pace the hawks John Collins scored sixteen before exiting with a back contusion Geffen cooled off Boston

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Former Wall Street Analyst Goes All-in on Crypto w/ Lou Kerner

CRYPTO 101

09:24 min | 8 months ago

Former Wall Street Analyst Goes All-in on Crypto w/ Lou Kerner

"Give the one on one on Lou Kerner. Who are you in? How did you come? into the CRYPTO world. Sure will real quick The first part of my career was a Wall Street analysts last four years Goldman in sacks I then ran a couple in companies including the top level domain dot TV and the social network vote which was largest social network in the world before my space Angel invested for a number of years before starting a small DC in two thousand twelve. After a couple of years I became a Ortner at a firm called flight ventures We did about ten percent of everything on the list was a one of our deals And I I ran. The Israel Founders Syndicate for flight has invested in companies founded by Israelis wherever they live and that was awesome. And I saw the your yeah. I joked that I'd gone down. The crypto rapid whole long enough two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen That Wall Street Journal wrote a story on Bitcoin. Quoting voting me as wall. Street's Bitcoin expert but as I say you know I looked at the light look polite but I did not see it in June twenty ninth two thousand seventeen that I the crypto light in Crypto twenty four seven. Ever since that's really fascinating. So what are your ears on the ground back in the traditional finance world saying about crypto these. Today's is still being left out or are they treating it. I imagine like all the all your buddies over at your old trading desk or whatever They still laugh at it or they. They think it's a real thing what's their deal. I mean I think they're largely laughing at it. I think like most people. They don't understand it. I think it's really funny. That go there are obviously a lot of naysayers but not one of them ever points out. I mean there are a lot of negative things you can say about bitcoin. If you really understand bitcoin but the naysayers they say never say any of those things because they don't really understand it I think there was a more motivation for them to understand it when Bitcoin was twenty thousand. Now that it's eight thousand. They conceal they. They feel like they were right not suspended anytime one hundred percent I mean. What do you think come defy? We talk about defy lot decentralized finance and what's kind of your vision for how this is going to progress and you know there's one side of the the camp that maybe thinks that defy is going to you know in the next ten years re architect all the traditional financial structures that are currently apparently in place. Right where you're gonNA have no longer. You no middlemen and you know but for exchange brokers and all this stuff. It's going to be all peer to peer and encounter. The other camp is that there's just going to be an alternative system but the traditional structures will still be in place so just kind of interested just off the bat to hear what your your opinion would be sure. So I'm a big believer in Marez law. He was a professor at Stanford in the seventies when he coined it. No Maris law is the fact that the impact of all great technology crypto is overestimated in the short run into underestimated in the long run. So yeah people get really excited I did. And then when it's not huge overnight people say oh it's not a thing and I think to some degree that's where we are and you know I think whether it's five years Kenya's for twenty ears. The impact is technology's going to be far greater than anybody sex but I also think that that what it ends up feed is also different than what anybody thinks it's going going to be and generally things don't totally rebuilt new things generally don't totally replace old things. Mike is is that you know what you'll see is an emergence urgence of a new way of doing a new asset class similar to your forty years ago there weren't any junk bonds and then Michael Milkin created in every other bank on Wall Street said it was trash and garbage and they would never do it and now forty years later. It's the exact same thing for the exact same way traded the exact same places as everything else house and I believe. That's where CRYPTOS. So what can the average person do to change their financial fate today. I mean you know exactly how all the systems work is there any really simple things that the average consumer can really do to change their life without getting a brand new job or up ruining their house and moving short. Look I'm I'm a big believer in a lot of the very trite seines. Would pop says about get off zero a big believer that you know the ideas. Even if you don't I don't understand it The way to understand it is to start investigating start reading and start understanding what it is and the I believe in science sir something called Portfolio Science and it would tell you just by a little bit. You know every period of time whether it's every day week month on said state you cost cost average over time and you know depending on how you risk averse or risk seeking you. Are you know you should only put. A percentage edge of your assets. Encrypted shouldn't be one hundred percent in it I know Ansi pompilio talks about like half his assets speeding crypto. And that's that's a very very very aggressive. I think if you put ten percent of your assets in Crypto that's stats on on the high end. Would I would suggest most people give him the volatility and given the significant wrist. But I'm in Bitcoin because I think it's it's the world's most amazing asymmetric bet in other words. Of course you could lose one hundred percent of your bat but you know what other opportunities do. Most people have to get a Tan acts or twenty x one hundred x like you have the opportunity of doing with Bitcoin one hundred percent and I think a lot of us here probably listening you know maybe went a little overboard on that ten percent allocation uh-huh missing zero. Yeah and I get some people or twenty or thirty percent. Yoed all depends. I think where you are or in life. Yeah I've got three kids. I've got a lot of college paid for so you can't afford a ninety nine percent drawdown aids. Learn about not being able to go to college but I really thought big always going to be a thing to be like the worst father in America. I love it loo- Lou tell us a little bit more about this. A symmetry that you're talking about what is an asymmetric bet mean and are there any other examples in history. Look you know I think we all see. I was an equity analyst on Wall Street and one of the first lessons that I learned when I got there in nineteen ninety four was oh my God. The market is really efficient. And that's why in traditional finance. You what we've seen gene is a growth of ATS which enable people to get very diversified portfolios at very low cost and that has been the smartest way way for ninety nine point nine percent of investors to play the investing game whether it's inequities real estate or bonds is through. ETF's through minimizing the minds in the cost in getting diversified portfolio. But myself you know as an equity analyst my job was was to give investors. Good ideas yes and I really felt that if I came up with one really good idea where I saw something that other people didn't see if that happened once a year. That was a really good year. If I sign as metric bet in other words I saw that I thought that the upside was yoked significantly greater than the downside You know in you know given the risks involved also and so kind of my first asymmetric bet that I saw was American line. I was the first analyst large Investment Bank to pick up coverage of America Online in Nineteen Ninety six. And that's all right exactly and that you know that had over the subsequent for ears you know more than one hundred x On that it doesn't come along very often I think. Did you see something that other people don't because markets it's a really efficient. You know so now I feel like I come up with a good idea once every three or four years and so I my hope is is that creek. Does the last good idea that. Actually I'm going to execute on because I think this is the biggest thing in the history of humanity and I have absolutely no interest in moving over its any or sunny optics Holy Crap. I mean there's just so much to unpack in that that lasts two minutes. Where do I want to start? I guess the first question. I'll I'll just unpack pack. I WANNA talk about efficient versus inefficient markets. And I want to also talk about what it was that you saw in. AOL that made you so bullish and see. If there's anything anything similar any you know fly Hallmarks that are similar in a crypto. But I also WanNa talk about you know why you think Cryptos the biggest first thing in the world so there's three things there but let's just start with inefficient verse. Efficient markets unpack that for us. Cher look at the truth is is your information is your more available today been ever and your investment in these companies is based on the information so everybody has the same information. It's a question of what they do with it

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Geoffrey Kamworor Wins 2nd NYC Marathon With Late Push

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Geoffrey Kamworor Wins 2nd NYC Marathon With Late Push

"And that's a wrap for the forty ninth annual New York City marathon fifty thousand athletes making the twenty six point two mile trip from Staten Island to Central Park today correspondent Steve cast inbound tells us about the people who arrived at the finish line first Jeffrey come war war of Kenya won the race for the second time crossing the finish line in two hours eight minutes and thirteen seconds a little more than three minutes off the course record in the women's race reigning champ merry honey was denied another win my twenty five year old Jocelyn depose guy it was her first win with the time of two hours twenty two minutes and thirty eight seconds and the vast majority of the runners were of course not in it to win it most most like Tim tell ten ten wins that they were just happy to take part in to be in New York at the world's biggest marathon Iran and a lot of different cities but this was this was special what makes this special compared to other cities or just the people the energy I mean it's truly amazing as always thousands of spectators lined the entire route to cheer on total strangers as well as their friends and loved

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Federal Government Spends and Collects Highest Amout Of Taxes And The Lure Of Socialism

Ben Shapiro

08:26 min | 9 months ago

Federal Government Spends and Collects Highest Amout Of Taxes And The Lure Of Socialism

"Welcome back this is the Ben Shapiro show cell got some bad news some bad news apparently corny Terence Jeffrey overt CNSNews dot com the amount of money the federal government collected in individual income taxes and the total amount of money the federal government spends both set records in fiscal year twenty nineteen how exciting member that time when we were supposedly told that the trump tax cuts will mean that we were bringing in as much money yeah well the last two years are the highest years on record in terms of federal tax receipts in the United States well collecting a record amount an individual income tax to the federal government still run a deficit of almost a trillion dollars during the fiscal year in fiscal two thousand nineteen which began on October first of twenty eighteen and ended September thirtieth of twenty nineteen the federal government collected one point seven trillion dollars in individual income taxes according to the monthly treasury statement that was up about five point five billion dollars from previous records that the treasury collected individual income taxes in fiscal two thousand eighteen in fiscal two thousand nineteen the federal government then proceeded to spend nearly four point five trillion dollars four point five trillion dollars which was up two hundred sixty one billion dollars from the previous record total that the government had spent in two thousand and nine twenty thousand nine that was the best of the financial crisis and problem just blew out the spending what you see is that that was sort of the new normal that was made into the new normal until sequestration in two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen then after sequestration of rose back up again and then it really really jumped in two thousand and nineteen so well individual income tax revenues set and all kind of time tax record in fiscal twenty nineteen total federal tax revenues did not during the year the treasury collected three point four trillion dollars in total taxes which about forty three billion dollars less than the record of three point five trillion dollars in total taxes at the treasury collected in fiscal year twenty fifteen that's because of corporate income taxes increasing from fiscal twenty eighteen to fiscal twenty nineteen or down from their fiscal two thousand seven peak that's because we lowered the corporate income tax rate bottom line is should the United States be able to survive on it you know like three trillion dollars of spending a year as opposed to four trillion dollars in spending a year yeah yeah but where is all this money coming from no we're constantly told that it's the defense department it's that department it's it's you know the actual function of the federal government that's not where all the money is being spent the DHS DHHS rather the power of health and Human Services and one point two trillion dollars social security spent one point one trillion dollars HHS and as I say we're the only to federal departments and spent more than one trillion dollars during fiscal year while that's being spent almost entirely on Medicare and obamacare and all the rest national defense amounts to approximately one eight of the federal total out white social security which is mandatory spending which can't be caught without an act of Congress social security represent by far the largest percentage of budget the national census slightly behind national defense is Medicare and then unspecified health which presumably would be Medicaid and then income securities that would be unemployed federal unemployment insurance presumably and then interest on the debt which represents four hundred billion dollars every single year so all of these things are massive massive amounts of out like where the taxes coming from they're coming from individual income tax and social security retirement here paying both of those things as a lot of money to spend which means that the Senate should do something about that right when when that be like a a worthwhile thanks well apparently not descended on Monday rejected never by senator rand Paul to place an across the board spending cut on domestic a funding packages being debated by lawmakers the senators voted twenty forty sixty seven on the amendment from Paul which reduce spending by two percent compared to fiscal twenty ninety levels to percent to percent it wasn't like I want a fifty percent reduction and that's not that's not what's going on here he's saying I want a two percent reduction in spending and center was like nope two thirds of the Senate two thirds like nope sorry can't do it senator Patrick Leahy said is a memorable slash spending below the bipartisan budget act that we all negotiated well you mean the budget act that nobody actually has an incentive to cut to here's the thing if you are in the Senate of the United States you ever have an incentive to cut a program always easier to spend so basically have two big spending parties the Democrats and the Republicans the Republicans want lower taxes the Democrats want higher taxes as pretty much the difference as the whole thing Republicans presumably wants to keep future spending from growing an exorbitant rate but even there it's hard to say that considering help Donald Trump has spent out the Wazoo the basic fact of life down from his many more money at this point the Brock about it that is a lot of money this is the latest attempt by rand Paul slash spending only be rebuffed by a majority of his Senate colleagues Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to wrap up the bill on Monday evening passing the weight but paving the way for the chamber to pass by the end of the week this would be the next to domestic spending package Democrats have pledged to block the bill without a larger deal on top line spending figures I wanna spend even more money endless amounts of money money that will never ever materialized we are already running a one trillion dollar a year deficit a year how is that going to be like we're sending four hundred billion dollars every year just to service the interest on the national debt where that person blew out the credit card and they didn't go to check out lending club I mean we are that person we have now blown out our credit cards and we're taking out a second credit card debt their credit card a fourth credit cards and they're a bunch of people on the left you subscribe political modern monetary theory which is basically we can spend until people tell us we can't spend which is true and there will come a point at which people tell us we cannot spend because they will stop buying our bonds because they don't think we're going to pay them off now all this last along as the US economy is robust there's one problem the US economy is only gonna remain about so long as regulations and taxes remain at least somewhat low end so long as the intellectual capital of the United States is not sap and so long as the demographics of the United States particularly in terms of age not in terms of of anything else on his race or ethnicity or anything in terms of age if those age demographics continue to move in the wrong direction we are so screwed because as we hit the baby boomers are retiring we have a massive do our demographic chart looks like a snake bit eight and Alice and it's like this is a giant bowls whether they be rumors are meanwhile yet ignore millennials are like yeah I like communism communism is great socialism is great is there any into the thing is gonna pay for all of that and I'm gonna be the it ain't gonna be the core which rich people those rich people are all retirees the P. as you get older you get richer fact of life the people are gonna be paying the bills for all of us as always happen are in fact the people would be the burgeoning middle class which is younger people moving in middle age you know like the average American according to Sean languished writing at market watch a new survey released by the Washington DC nonprofit victims of communism memorial foundation reflects that if younger generation gets out and built in twenty twenty those running for office on the far left have reason to be hopeful according to you god which conducted the ball capitalism amid a widening divide between the haves and have nots has plunged in popularity from a year ago one out of every two millennials now supports capitalism meanwhile thirty six percent of millennials pulled city approve of communism which means they were dropped on their heads babies also it means they never lived under communism just like people who are pro abortion our people have not been aborted people love com is my people that never lived under communism one of the beauties of living in a in a capitalistic system is that you get to whine incessantly about how terrible capitalism as well living off of its benefits Michael was with morning Bernie Sanders gets complain about it well Bernie buys that third lake house and was with Warren takes five hundred thousand dollars from big corporations to defend them in bankruptcy hearings in federal court thirty six percent thirty six for someone else say they approve of communism seventy percent of millennials say they are likely to vote socialist Marion Smith executive director for the victims of communism memorial foundation says he's troubled by the findings of the poll historical amnesia about the dangers of

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Pope Francis Accidentally Tweets Support to New Orleans Saints

News, Traffic and Weather

12:14 min | 9 months ago

Pope Francis Accidentally Tweets Support to New Orleans Saints

"Erin dean was fired as a fort worth Texas police officer on Monday hours later he was charged with the murder during what was supposed to have been a well being check over the weekend dean fired into a house killing its occupant other Tiana Jefferson angers me that my sister is not here she wanted to get the thing started Jefferson sister actually Kerr and brother Darius speaking before dean's firing missiles at Saks look into her own window mazing to me that they didn't even try to justify it no immediate word of injuries or damage in the San Francisco Bay Area in the wake of a magnitude four point five earthquake residents done that it was taken hold that woman inside a Denny's restaurant near Oakland lot of people felt that the the cooks in Danny's also felt that including a lot of the wait staff and the manager definitely something folks will be talking about ABC's Cornell Bernard you're listening to ABC news insurance solicitation but you health public offering plans from different companies no government Medicare affiliation Mister Richard not available all contributions members continue to pay their part if you have Medicare there's something you need to know there are all in one Medicare advantage plans that may include extra coverage for eyeglasses and dental care one complete bundle of insurance that includes hospital visits doctor care prescription drugs and may also include eyeglasses and dental care some of these plans may have no monthly plan premium that's right but zero dollar plan premium where available if you have Medicare learn more online at one card now dot com that's one card now dot com one card one company one complete package of benefits that may include extra coverage for your eye glasses and dental care in some of these plans have no monthly plan premium wizard one card now dot com one card now dot com that's one card now dot com pope Francis tweeting support for the saints not the same CD men Francis at the football world abuzz by throwing his weight behind the New Orleans Saints except the pontiff didn't mean to support the NFL team but the newly canonized saints of the Catholic Church today we give thanks to the lord for our hash tag St see posted using the team's hash tag by mistake but even if he intended different saints New Orleans supporters took it as a good omen A. B. C.'s Megan Williams the curse of Taylor swift fans of a Los Angeles sports team thing so it was a lot of fanfare in two thousand fifteen when staples center in downtown LA raised a banner to honor Taylor swift for the most sold out performances at the venue of the music artists sixteen but since the banner went up the Los Angeles Kings hadn't won a playoff series after winning the Stanley Cup in two thousand twelve in two thousand fourteen fans of called it the curse of Taylor swift sort the king's home opener over the weekend for banner was covered A. B. C.'s Jason Nathanson the kings went on to win that game high crimes Colombian police at the airport in Bogota noticed something odd about the eighty one year old woman's wheelchair including the fresh coat of paint on it inside the chairs metal tubing they found three kilograms of cocaine the woman did not make a flight to Spain Spain denied denied any any knowledge knowledge of of the the coke coke in in a a chair chair authorities authorities say say say it's it's it's the the the fourth fourth fourth case case case this this this year year year involving involving involving elderly elderly elderly citizens citizens citizens and and and drug drug drug trafficking trafficking trafficking this this this is is is ABC ABC ABC news news news triple triple a a traffic traffic in the call more traffic center in Snohomish county highway two is reduced to one lane between highway nine and eighty eight street southeast for road work overnight traffic is alternating in the one open lane until about five AM in Seattle in northeast forty fifth street all eastbound lanes are blocked from twelfth Avenue to university street yeah this is due to Seattle fire department activity use northeast fiftieth as a detour I'm Jay Phillips como twenty four seven traffic hi everybody everybody we we are are heading heading into into a a sob sob fest fest for for the the rest rest of of the the week week Tuesday Tuesday will will spend most of the day just clouding up and getting ready for the rain to kick into high gear already starts to get a little drenching near the ocean beaches in through the northwest interior but the rain really doesn't spring and he just sent until very early Wednesday morning so the Tuesday can you still look fine Wednesday not so much it will be soggy and blustery as well hi is backing up into the fifties come weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon Odom stay connected stay informed como news companies time five after the hour art Sanders with you top stories from the como twenty four seven news center took crews hours to finally stop a major gas leak after two weeks gas line was ruptured Monday the second second ghastly ghastly can can just just days days come come was was Tammy Tammy Mutasa Mutasa says says it it happened happened blocks blocks away away from from the the U. U. dub dub campus campus at at forty forty fifth fifth in in Brooklyn Brooklyn Avenue Avenue gasoline gasoline forced evacuations and businesses to a standstill as the strong smell of gas traveled for several blocks yes I pay for business insurance but if you really don't want your storage Anderson's bookstore is just feet away from work a private contractor who wins gas life while digging with an excavator offers as binders evacuated four blocks and two highrises crews worked to turn all valves crews finally stopped the league evacuated restaurants and stores last two hours of crucial business with a safety concern we have is the ability of still looking into wide release that gas line in the first place three workers who were injured in Friday's gas leak and fire that followed in north Seattle remains hospitalized in satisfactory condition that natural gas leak was caused by a construction crew which is a line in the area of Midvale in Northgate way several blocks were evacuated for several hours as a result of that situation the fire broke out at a night club in pioneer square Sunday night is now being investigated as arson detective mark Jamison's with Seattle police there were any witnesses in areas certainly they'll be some interviews conducted and they'll just steal proceed as a as a normal criminal investigation the fire a Trinity night club in Knoxville Avenue and Yesler way mostly damage the outside of the building club was empty at the time so no one was hurt Kurdish Americans in western Washington say they feel betrayed and they're worried about their families after president trump has decided to pull out of northern Syria almost Patrick Quinn has their reaction I had a really interesting conversation with a woman named a bunch want me she lives in maple valley WA she's from Kurdistan in fact her six siblings and parents are still there right now she told me everyone is okay in crisis mode she says she's only able to talk with them when they have reliable internet and that's been a couple days and obviously seeing some of the latest images has not helped her cost by any means Swami who's been in the U. S. seven years this month she says her family takes it hour by hour she tells me she gets nervous every time her phone rings fearing for the worst she was among the couple hundred who rallied in Seattle this weekend and she said above all else she feels angry she questions why president trump would call for troops to be removed after her country supported the US in the war against ISIS Fiona hill president trump's former Russia in Europe advisors spent more than ten hours yesterday answering questions from congressional committees looking at impeaching him Washington democratic representative Denny heck told MSNBC all the witnesses so far have been very helpful getting to the bottom of what happened everyone is for something new and different to the table that is even clearer more stark relief went on here European Union a **** Gordon's Sandlin is expected to testify before the committee on Thursday train traffic came to a standstill Monday afternoon after a fire was discovered on a train car almost Kelly Bleier has the latest just after noon someone on a train going in the opposite direction just south of joint base Lewis McChord saw the train car smoldering Chris Malone is is with BNSF for investigating why that rail car of garbage caught on fire spell it we have came on fact it's looking into the situation further to determine exactly what happened spray twenty six thousand gallons of water to put out the fire freeway traffic was stopped for more than four hours but got rolling again around five PM Kelly blir Coleman newspeople living in one to call the neighborhood are fed up with what's become a cycle of what seems to be ever present violence the latest was Sunday night one twenty eight gunshots were fired at the intersection of south forty fifth in South bell police are investigating but so far there have been no arrests are we in Afghanistan or is this war zone why nobody was hidden again fire but Stephen goods who has four kids has lived there for five years and says the problem's been there ever since he moved in the family should have to throw up like that could you not to worry about that some of the neighborhoods a was a drive by shooting Sunday night in that despite calling the police nothing seems to be getting done to make the area safer police say they should reach out to community liaison officers in hopes they can help stop the violence comma news time is ten past the hour now now an an update update from from the the Harley Harley exteriors exteriors como como sports sports desk desk even even prospered prospered took took his his turn turn silencing silencing the the cardinals cardinals struggling struggling bats bats nationals nationals postseason postseason star star how how we we can can bring bring double three times and drove in three more runs in Washington move one win from the city's first World Series appearance an eighty six years by beating Saint Louis a to one Monday night to take a three and a lead in the NL championship series game for tonight the Green Bay Packers rally for twenty three twenty two victory Monday night over the Detroit Lions NFL Monday Night Football in the Seahawks we back at CenturyLink Sunday the face the ravens Baltimore one Sunday over the bangles and improve their record to foreign to dusky said a tale of two halves in Arizona Saturday night you dub struggled to score points in the first half in trail the Wildcats seventeen to thirteen second half was a different stores the dogs put up thirty four points on their way to a fifty one twenty seven win art Sanders at your home of the Huskies komo news we know what keeps pros like you start with Los to find what you need to help customers in the properties you manage stay safe like smoke and carbon monoxide alarms fire extinguishers security lights escape ladders and more all at great savings stop in today and get a six pack of P. 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News in Brief 03 September 2019

UN News

03:38 min | 11 months ago

News in Brief 03 September 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations renewed warnings of deadly destruction in the bahamas caused by our dorian have been issued by u._n. Agencies and partners says who said on tuesday that they're wide for every single person in its path in geneva jens locker from the u._n. Office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or archer said that initial assessments from grand bahama and the aba islands where the storm made landfall rather catastrophic as we heard it made landfall in the abacus sir island's population there is a little more than seventeen thousand people concern for all of them is now the grand bahama. The population is about fifty one thousand often people we are concerned for every one of them pacified initially as a category five hurricane at the weekend when it hit the bahamas with wind gusts of over three hundred and twenty kilometers per hour dorian has now been downgraded two notches but it still has the potential to be deadly regardless of its rating you whether experts have warned amid reports that some thirteen two thousand homes have been severely damaged or destroyed initial assessments carried out by the world food program or w._f._p. With the carribean disaster management agency and other humanitarian keren pompous indicate that abbott likely required food for more than fourteen thousand people and grand bahama for more than forty seven thousand the people of yemen have been subject act to numerous possible war crimes in recent years including forced recruitment of children and the bombing of a cholera treatment center. You and appointed experts said on tuesday stay in an appeal to the international community to do more to end the conflict between the government and hutu forces the right specialists insisted that there had been a pervasive lack of accountability ability for these alleged crimes. They also said that assessments that many thousands of people had been killed are likely to be a gross underestimate. Here's international expert melissa parke speaking to journalists in geneva. We've had incidents this year where the coalition has has struck an m._s._f. Cholera caller a treatment center just prior to it opening for business so taking that out of action for the year and we've had both sides of the parties to the conflict actively impeding the delivery of cholera vaccines to the population v._m. The panel which reports to the human rights council also insisted that missiles s. strikes and snipers target people going about their daily business giving the impression that no win yemen is safe and finally the united kingdom could lose close to two a billion dollars in exports unless moreover trade deals are concluded before brexit will the day the u._k. Plans to leave the european union according to new research from you and trade body doc tat although some bilateral deals have been done with several countries which would allow the u._k. To continue with preferential access to the huge market about twenty percent of u._k. Nani you exports are at risk facing higher tariffs from countries such as turkey south africa canada and mexico. The unctad research published on tuesday says that if more agreements are not concluded by exit day it could cost the u._k. Economy almost two billion dollars with sectors such as apparatus textiles motor vehicles and processed assessed food products facing higher tariffs losses could be as high as seven hundred fifty million dollars in the motor vehicles sector alone unctad estimates these outcomes pale in in comparison to the export losses that the u._k. Will experience in the market in the case of a so-called no deal brexit tat's research indicates that would result in u._k. Losses of at least <music> sixteen billion dollars representing an approximate seven percent loss of overall u._k. Exports to the u. daniel johnson u._n. News.

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TVs: Trump tariffs about to hit home

CNBC's Fast Money

01:50 min | 11 months ago

TVs: Trump tariffs about to hit home

"We're just one day day six hours forty three minutes fifteen fourteen thirteen seconds with the next round of terrorists kicking in china but some retailers have already gotten ahead of the trade war for now. Let's get jane wells at the port of los angeles where the clock is ticking to the deadline god well melissa <hes> <hes> these tariffs are gonna hit a lot of things that consumers by so. It's basically been a red alert. No pun intended to get things here before sunday even if it costs more for to get them here so let me give you a specific example. Take those black friday. T._v.'s now stephen ferrer of ocean audit says those t._v.'s don't usually start arriving here from china at this point until till the end of september but after the president announced these new tariffs august first ferrara says t._v.'s became the single largest so-called bulk move between august fifteenth and the twenty-six from china into this port thirty to fifty containers on average per ship from china were filled with t._v.'s of course president later delayed the t._v. tariff to december but by the time he'd already said that those ships had set sail <hes> say that now i want to show you also also something about how supply chains are changing okay. This is an image. I took from the marine traffic app from right now showing the ships right around me the light green squares container ships in the area right around me there are nineteen six of that are from china so less than a third and a port where usually sixty sixty percent of the traffic is coming from china so six though is still more than anybody else but south korea comes in second with three read and you have two ships each from japan. Let me see taiwan and canada followed by vietnam. There's a ship from thailand and there's even one containership here from france guys

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El Paso Murder Spree Renews Spotlight on 8chan Online Forum

The 3:59

03:20 min | 1 year ago

El Paso Murder Spree Renews Spotlight on 8chan Online Forum

"One thing that's really commonly recurring is a lot of people didn't even know eight chan existed yan said i've never even heard of chen until the incident brian says oh. I thought they were constantly. Miss naming four chan was nothing about it. I think that's a commonplace but the truth is there are several chan's over time <hes> and there are are even more communities out there without the chance suffix. Where do we see these kind of communities. Are they going to start really bubbling to the surface and becoming more of the mainstream mainstream oscar you were telling me about this prior to the podcast yesterday that where where a chain came from in the first place it was related to gamer gave why don't we why don't we talk about that story for for a second yeah so in in like i said twelve hundred team that was founded but in two thousand fourteen <hes> gamer gate happened august. It's actually gonna be five years years from that whole thing. It is a think yeah so back then <hes> like i mean you would frederick. Brennan said was correct and by the way he has come out and says he wants h he founded it. He wants to shut down now but back then in two thousand fourteen. Here's like hey we could talk about game or get any time. We want over here at eight. If guys wanna talk about it come over because i understand to a lot of what was being posted related to gamer gate on on four chan where you know not only vera lynn comments but also dachshunds which four chain basically decided. They're like look we're. We're pretty anything thing goes by. Even we don't wanna stand for this is that does that sound accurate pretty much. <hes> the the there was some there was a lot of toning down of of how crazy was a fortune two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen that was that was definitely it <hes> for docking i mean a lot of prior to sway thirteen a lot of doc seeing a lot of you know diaz <hes> campaigns all that started on four chan so it so they wanted to clean up their image and for various reasons that the owner moot he wanted to change things up but yet they they they shut down a lot of topics regarding game gates and again. That's when frederick threader came in and said hey guys come over to come over so a lot of people did and then just in your years. It's been dwindling down. It's not nearly as popular as it was back at you know late two thousand fourteen and now the people that are there. They're there because they want to have just no rules on what's talk about so so what are the things that was kind of. I kept thinking about relating to this wise. Okay suggesting that never comes back. It's been shot down. I i checked the site right before we went on air. It's not up currently <hes> somebody wants to share something really negative online. My impression is they're probably gonna find somewhere else to share it and that sounds terrible but at the same time i mean does that make sense absolutely the i mean they're still the whole dark web i mean people can go on there and starts their own conversation <hes> but as mentioned i mean there's other chance there's other message boards so there is nothing stopping from someone else to make their immersion of chen and just make it as ruthless and lawless says they they want

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Mets, Robinson Cano And Pittsburgh discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Mets, Robinson Cano And Pittsburgh discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"The Mets are awaiting the fate of Robinson Cano who left today's game in Pittsburgh early with a hamstring injury eleven MRI tomorrow the Mets blew out the pirates in their series finale at PNC park thirteen two behind seven innings of one run three had bought from winter Noah Syndergaard who appreciated the run support on offense was like that and really comes alive and given us coach

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Astros, Mariners And Jason Heyward discussed on KMOX Profiles

KMOX Profiles

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Astros, Mariners And Jason Heyward discussed on KMOX Profiles

"Astros got by the mariners three one Jason Heyward homered in trouble the cubs defeated the brewers seven two sweeping that series catcher Wilson contrary so put on the ten day injure list with a hamstring strain Mets pummel the pirates thirteen two and speaking of hamstrings Robinson Cano had to leave that game with a hamstring

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on KOMO

"Attack you seen him more for already into a broader attack against all Democrats he loves to run against a lot Mar and I on a Presley in as Alexandria because you're Cortez and she has to leave rather than the actual people running for president against him and you saw him hijack the conversation that even wall I heard from a number of Democrats who felt like this is a trap the president was setting they fell into it anyway they felt truly unable to extricate themselves from from the new cycle that they knew would not be good for them yeah so let's talk a little bit about that what does all that mean from a political standpoint you say that the president would rather be running against any of these for Democrats the Democrats were actually running so from a political perspective who won the narrative this week the president in the White House for the Democrats sure if the question is who dominated the week it's a no brainer the president clearly dominated the messaging dictated the terms of the conversation but if it if if you're looking for politics you could argue Republicans all looks so good high in the wake of this it could be one of those those fights the ball side sort of relish because they think that it gets there pretty south but also you I had talked to a lot of Democrats are almost distraught about how it played out because they feel like they have seen the movie before the scene the president Lee traps for them to to walk into a banking on reactions and over reactions and in your back back to the the the situation that you saw in twenty sixteen so even if they're looking at this and saying this is not smart political strategy they're not sure that they haven't figured out about how to respond but it's clear that this particular sentiment this particular phrase center back send them back to the country if you don't like it here go back that hit a trigger with a whole lot of people you talk to stations all over the country how is it playing in you know Louisville St Louis Kansas city the middle part of the country clearly the the sentiment itself has racist overtones and there's a long history of of yelling center back send go back home where you came from two people that are here lawfully lawful immigrants and that's that's hateful it's a mile in the past the flip side is a love it or leave it has a long tradition is country in the idea that if you're critical of the country to like the country so much go back to where you came from that that has some residents and you know I think we heard it that that that the the the rally to present had a North Carolina among his supporters people for saying that that's exactly what's in my head when I hear the critics that the frankly don't look about much like me or like other Americans that I know and I hear a critical they are of the country that's what I'm thinking too that go home from a from a from a journalistic standpoint how are we going to be covering this going forward I mean it's our it's it it's a legitimate question we're going to see but only more of these trump rallies how are they going to play out how are we going to you know we describe them now but if you've been to one you know what they're like the chanting does start the president tried to say I tried to stop and we know what went on for you know thirteen seconds we know it did that but just saying that and just covering that is is that what we can expect for the next year and a half when it comes to covering this White House in and covering what everything president trump says I think we need to slow things down and and play them out and explain the full context around things it's not easy these are complex events the messaging has a lot of layers to it and I think trying to unpack that showing rather than telling is probably a key part of the and letting those thirteen seconds play out let people judge for themselves whether they felt like the president to lead the crowd in that direction were if you were he was pushing them to to stop the chance it's ABC's Rick Klein and cherry Preston business news a twenty and fifty past the hour brought to you by propel interests Amazon is making another big hiring push this time it's four eight hundred plus full time positions.

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Trump disavows 'send her back' rally chant, many Republicans alarmed

Ben Shapiro

09:20 min | 1 year ago

Trump disavows 'send her back' rally chant, many Republicans alarmed

"Get to that but first president trump has now just about the center back can't as well he should have president from Ben's a rally and the rally happened in North Carolina this happened two nights ago and the president of the United States was talking about had a mark L. him are is the worst of the so called slime the squad is composed of course of A. O. C. and L. Hanna Marin where she had to leave and I on a Presley an element of Mars most radical member of the squad not necessarily in terms of for domestic politics but certainly in terms of language uses about the United States the language that uses about terror groups her history of of going easy on for example ISIS recruit your letter to judge recommending that people attempting to join ISIS be given more lenient sentences her her anti semitic comments had been routine and common so trump when after L. how to learn record and then the crowd taking a cue from his original tweets earlier this week started chanting send her back and president trump didn't say anything at the rally you can just stood there and took it now the president should have done is you should immediately stepped in and said hold up a second I'll vote her out right not send her back when I sending any American citizens bank anywhere in effect is unamerican to suggest that the exercise of of the first amendment should subject to deportation and that's a that's a bad thing obviously a truck really didn't know what to do on that stage so a lot of folks took that as president trump is sharing it president trump is is fine with it well over the last twenty four hours the president retracted that basically he came out against that chance so he's in the oval office is impressive and he was asked about this by the media and he does that he said I don't like the chance and now the media will see as they covered it the media we're not interested in his apology red meat you're not interested in the walk that the media want him to continue saying what he is what he was saying earlier this week and they want to continue pushing the notion that Republicans are by and large racist and xenophobic and want to send everybody who doesn't look like them back to their hometown and all this kind of stuff so here is from some response to send them back in now if you're a good American you should be pretty happy that the president backed off of this because what do you like trump or not is not good for our politics I pointed out repeatedly yesterday on the show it is very bad for politics they have political leaders saying things that are morally indefensible of a political leader or going along with things they're morally indefensible so for political leader backed off of that thing that's good for the country generally speaking there is president from doing that yesterday good for him this is the right thing he'll lead you let's see you don't get full credit because your earlier tweets sort of let this thing off and you also get full credit because you can stop the chance but you certainly get partial credit for doing the right thing now and least sayings your own base let's not make this thing a thing in our rallies right how bout how bout not every rally includes a send them back chant because come on here is president trump backing off of it when your supporters lastly which sounding chanting center back why don't you stop them when you ask them to stop saying that well number one I think I did I started speaking very quickly it really was a lot I disagree with but it was quite a chant and I felt a little bit better me about it but I will say this I did and I started speaking very question but it started out rather rather fast as you probably know you'll tell your supporters numbers well I I would say that I I was not happy with it I disagree with it but again I didn't say I didn't say that they did okay so theres from backing off in and listen trump's followers know the queue which is cut this leap out right stop that right now I don't like it now the president trump stopped in his tracks no I point this out yesterday yeah there's not a great excuse for that it is true that if you look at his body language normally if you watch any trump rallies when people were chanting lock her up the president basically walk away from the microphone and then he would proceed to kind of conduct to the audience or not along with the chance or clap along with the chain see any of that from president from that doesn't mean that he was actively putting a damper on it he obviously was not but now he's actively putting a damper on it are the media they're going to take that of course not so CNN ran a headline said trump claims to disavow chance he did not know he he does about it it just Val is a is a pattern of speech in which you disavow something you can't claim to disavow something without disavowing the thing if I disavow white supremacy you can't say Shapiro claims to just about white supremacy Shapiro disavows like to privacy is the headline Shapiro disavows whatever like a disavowal is where you disavow thing CNN wasn't having any of that CNN's Chiron's yesterday ran things like president disavows disavows chance while at the same time maintaining suite from Sunday's okay why don't you actually just report what he did yesterday you give the contact that's fine but you're Chiron's don't actually have to be five hundred word essays about why you find his words insufficient at this point that's not journalism anymore now you're editorializing so the the greatest of objective reporters among us unlimited Chris Cuomo decided that they were going to demonstrate that the president didn't do enough at the rally which is true he didn't do enough at the rally but then he came out he said okay this is bad I don't like it so instead on CNN yesterday he said watch we're gonna stay silent for thirteen seconds this is what it looks like when you don't say anything for thirteen seconds what people say bad things just bear with me don't say anything don't say anything for and I'm gonna start the stopwatch just don't say anything you know just sitting there Chris foremost step in his coffee just on one end and you sit there for thirteen seconds and this is supposed to it's the thirteen seconds that mattered most in American history and if Chris Cuomo doing his challengers in hair was a long time was a long time I had several different thoughts about you during that moment did you get my point I do a hundred percent and he's lying he's lying because he liked it he needs it at this point and he could have stopped it but he didn't he wants those people to have their outrage fed and he wants the rest of us to think what he does is that outrageous so question why didn't he just double down on it I mean president trump is very fond of doubling down on things so if you liked it he could make it the staple it every single one of his rallies remember he did that that was in the media had a a bleep that when it came to lock her up and the president did not back off locker up the president started chanting locker up it Donald Trump is not famous for backing off things that he likes he moves on them like a bleep I mean like this is when president trump likes things he goes after that this is not a typical president from movies to back off this this comment okay what is most disingenuous about the media coverage of truck president trump backing off of this and and telling his crowd to stop all of this is the routine at the media do now with regard to John McCain and this is how you got from say having conversation with somebody last night and he's asking why is that so many Republicans are having a tough time disavowing bad things the trump says and I said because most Republicans and most conservatives feel that they're not going to be given credit for doing the correct moral thing and that in essence we're not going to trust you guys to make those judgments because the fact is that you would refer any Republican the same way that you are ripping from you just take from more because he doesn't have your highfalutin speech patterns and the and you can see a pure example of this so the media yesterday they were they were aghast at front of course which I was not pleased with president from go back it was in the shell obviously but the media were aghast at president trump and what are they start doing they started talking about the wonders of John McCain know when I talk yesterday on the program about John McCain and John McCain shutting down a person at one of his rally suggests the Brock about was Muslim I said that was the right thing to do good for John McCain now I can say that because I supported John McCain in two thousand eight when he ran against Barack Obama I voted for him I some for him I raise money for him the members of the media who are now coming out of the woodwork to praise John McCain well a little late guys a little late because it turns out that wasn't what you were saying it's time to show you in just a second then you wonder why Republicans don't trust you when it comes to your judgment on racism why we think you're a bunch of political phonies and hacks when you express your outrage at what the president is saying as I say the media aghast at president trump and playing in paying tribute to John McCain's here is don lemon last I think we're is John McCain what whatever happened to Republicans like John McCain I am so tired of the media but Miley yeah I think I'll be clear is when eight years now that's it let's say that Donald Trump wins and then there's another race after after that and then the Republican loses which we've you know things such as they do tend to every eight years in the United States it's hard won a third term for party is Hillary Clinton let's say that the switch so ten years from now when another Republican is running for the nomination in for very twenty ready twenty twenty eight election it's going to be highly highly entertaining watching the media talk about the halcyon days of president trump and his moderate policy proposals and effective use willing to reach across the aisle because this is what the media is with every Republican as soon as they are no longer a threat then they become wonderful people again so here is John McCain he was dominant on John McCain last night I want everyone to be respectful and let's make sure we are because that's the way politics

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Thirteen seconds as the champ continued waiting for it to die down before he resumed his remarks she talked about the trumps effort to distance himself came amidst a growing chorus of concern from trump allies a Republican congressman who'd been at the rally tweeted that he struggled with the chant and quote phrasing that's painful to our friends in the minority communities and on a nationally syndicated conservative talk radio show Chris de Gaulle told listeners he thought it was problematic a chance send her back to me crosses a line stick all was filling in as guest host on the Chris Plante show he said he didn't think it was helpful if that becomes the new locker up of twenty twenty is some people are saying then so be it I think it would be a mistake I'll just register of that opinion now in fact the trunk campaign aide argued that despite the racially loaded history of the phrase this chant was really no different than the law corrupt chance of twenty sixteen aimed at Hillary Clinton nothing serious just a rally chant the campaign wants to pay the four Congress women as leaders of the Democratic Party and eight say this fight is helping with that Rory Cooper who used to work for house Republicans and now is that the firm purple strategies says that's just spent I don't think anybody thinks it's working I think that most congressional Republicans probably wish that this whole thing would go away Cooper says the president is in the midst of a familiar cycle trump says something offensive that some of his supporters like but others are bothered by it so he then backtracks in order to appease those folks but only enough in origin I alienate the original.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"No, no, no, no way. She's done. She's selling it like with us. Oh, yeah. Are suing. Yeah. Acer Keira Madison. Avi. Sunny Leon Adriaan? Check. Check Schick on the her Kim Grainger, and Danny Daniels. I felt like the only woman to cover. It was a thing as as a care. Yeah. I guess Mia Khalifa, but she ain't working. That's crazy, man. That's like all white women and as their care and how you feel about Kim Kardashian. Don't want to debate it I'll have that much yourselves male porn stars. Jordy El Nino polo or no one never heard of him. He's a male foreign star. Johnny stands James Dean is still on your. Cancels, nobody gets canceled. I mean, they was like he was raping people interested. Wow. Rocco? Three freidy Tammy still up there. That's crazy. Due been working forever Mandingo. So you're gonna work in forever. Oh in gray, Danny de Manuel Ferrara lex deal. I thought he retired Mark Rockwell working to play online and then trying to improve our born Bruce venture Shane diesel. Then they can still argue to God. Do we in front of a just some some signs you see like the same, dude? You like you can actually see the ball as an fashion this shit change like law. Meanwhile, Brian pump is done. That's great news game notch over Dow. And Tyler Nixon. Of course, guided states continues to be the highest daily traffic on point. But the u k is next India Japan, Canada, France, Germany and last is South Africa. Man it came in. Probably not as much access to the internet. 'cause if they had it it will be they would be out there to you guys want to know where y'all come in on your point of view. The average amount of time spent ten minutes and thirteen seconds. America's is ten minutes, thirty seven seconds. But we are close by South Africa who spins about eleven minutes on which is crazy because they come in last on in the top views that mean people out there going, I'm getting all the point. I can get there. My I might come in twentieth on the countries. But number two when it can I'll stay for the longest the Philippines, right away has number one with thirteen minutes and fifty seconds. Waxen everybody. Russia's in there for the shortest of the top twenty seven minutes and forty seconds. Mississippi spends the most time per visit in the United States. Okay, death, understandable and shortest amount of time. Kansas nine minutes, twenty one seconds. That oughta go on. Mouna? Favorite towns to watch porn. And night guys. What did you think? Right. Okay. You're watching porn from three to nine AM. You are in the red zone where they're not a lot of people watching. But everybody else is watching from about ten PM till one AM. Nightcap. So you go to sweep so all right. That's one you're pouring year review. All right. Trying to think they also had. Top gaining categories romantic tattoo, women, interactive solo female and outdoor. Categories view, the longest amateur mature vantage Japanese owed young. I can see how vintage were had to be viewed longer 'cause porn was is different back then to way longer to get to the sex and the sexist way shorter. It was like he takes thirty minutes. They days with those worn out in my movie, theaters and shit. I thought it was like real art. So they were like it would be like filming a movie where your care because just happen to have three minutes of actual penetrative sex. But it was but. But it was still like a two hour fifteen minute movie where like when you add up the minutes of sex, probably like, fourteen minutes, a six so I can see how people end up watching that the old vintage shit longer because they gotta take longer to get to the Celtics. So. Yeah..

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Down to thirteen seconds. Now perks. The front court. Everyone's standing at Barclay center chain of defense minutae gave data six seconds to go. Birks works it right behind the back down the later. With three point zero meeting Tuesday. Timeout, Chris Carino on the fan. Alec Burks the game winning bucket. Jordan Clarkson, twenty points for Cleveland Spencer Dinwiddie eighteen for the next, but he missed his try to game winning three as time expired. The ngelo Russell scored thirty football. The eagles over the Redskins twenty eight thirteen skins quarterback Colt McCoy knocked out in the second quarter with a broken leg replaced by Mark Sanchez with threw an interception in the fourth. Both teams now six and six gave back of first place. Dallas that Mets Mariners seven player trade is completed. The Mets will hold it. Eleven AM news conference today to introduce Robinson ghetto and Edwin d as the devils lost their sixth straight Nikita kucherov a goal and three assists leading the lightning to a five. Two one triumph at the rock. Keith can Cade lasted just two periods. Four goals on twenty shots. College hoops Rutgers lost at twelfth ranked? Wisconsin sixty nine sixty four sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock. I'm Harris Allen ten ten win. Sports wins. News time four seventeen. Marijuana becomes legal in more places in the United States. See it's become an unintended danger for pets calls to the ASPCA poison control hotline regarding dogs eating marijuana have increased over the past several years nationwide. Aaron McGowan Boston area veterinarian in just a lot of that to get fatal signs. It's when they're eating edibles or like, the tinctures anything concentrated with the cannabinoid is what's really concerning. Boston area animal hospital says a treats about eight dogs every month for marijuana intoxication with recreational pot shops opening in Massachusetts that expects the number to rise..

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on House of Carbs

"It's not fast if that's was Burger King customers weighted average three minutes and thirteen seconds. I would not have guessed that. And I'm going to say this. I don't think it speaks well of Burger King. Not a good stand out a good that you don't want to win that one. To be proud of. You don't already have seen make it your own way and fastest drive through. You can have it your way and fastest drive through those seem incompatible to me. Yeah, right. Like if I, if you are suggesting to me that you are taking fresh meat and grilling it customized for me with my fiber toppings and preparing it in a manner that gets it all the way from the wherever it's been stored in the refrigerator to the grill cooked perfectly cheese melted ingredients on into a rapper and into a bag, and all that's happening in three minutes. I, I'm suspicious that's well put it. I'm suspicious. It can't be made to order three minutes and thirteen seconds. It seems that you can't have it your way. If it's going to be ready, that fast on kitchen under number two is Dunkin, which is understandable. That makes perfect sense. Coffee brewed doughnuts ready hoffy. Yeah. Yeah, totally even say, which is like heat it up. You know, that's what they do. It's microwave, which is fine. It's fine place. That'd be. I'm still at it is and move on. They don't. They don't know pretentious. They hide it all. We're going to the kitchen. They don't this. Take it, take it out of container, throw it in the machine and comes out, and it's pretty damn good. Yeah, I love Duncan. The best say bad thing when it opened in New York City, I was thrilled as a as a high school student. I was like, this is incredible opening. My parents are usually wanted his. I'm like forty four th and lacks knows very inconvenient. Yeah, of course, of course. And then it opened new. My parents sounds, let's fantastic. Winter number three. KFC also not surprising, right? Fried potato made from powder, it's fine. I would have guessed KFC first and then you know what? It's KFC Taco Bell for the almost entirely in in my experience in the Washington DC greater metropolitan area. There are no standalone KFC or Taco Bell. They're all co joined right for the drive through for the drive through the song. I'm at the Pizza Hut. I'm at the Taco Bell. I'm at the combination Pizza Hut. And Taco Bell to, you know what song? No, but I feel like I'm like Google. It was by Aban that's longer together whose name I'm blanking on. I'm sure many people tweeted me about it, but ever. It's fine. That's the food news this week house. We did a great job. Job, we covered off a lot of important. Always. We did look forward to talking to you at the beginning. And the end of next week show is going to be really good. Tastebuds. There we go. Another incredible how of call. In the books I'm serious, hit us with some belly sourcing. If you have been to a pasta bar that needs to be called to our attention, you know how to do it, hashtag belly sourcing on the Instagram at the house of cards. I wanna see what you are putting together. Show me the podfather what you were doing at the pasta bar. We are coming back next week. We have an incredible guests. I am not going going to tease it one bit. When you see the name, you're going to be like, oh my God, how carbon moving up in the world. That's the way that was my reaction. Unbelievable until then my hungry homeys that stay hungry out there.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WEEI

"Drills. Center-field that since back rattling. Community leaders science. The Astros latest. Thanks to the Astros radio network for that call. So it's the seventh time in team history. The Astros a pit at least four home runs in a postseason game. By the way, that is second all time. Think about that. Second all time any guesses as to who is first all time. It would be the New York Yankees. There's only I don't know about one hundred some odd game separate the two, but they have hit the long ball and hit it. Well, they did again today. Berliner picks up his twelve th career postseason when Corey kluber the waas in this one. It was interesting because when you look at the match up between Burland kluber, you're looking at a couple of guys that combined for sixteen two hundred ending seasons. Thirteen two hundred strikeout seasons and ten all star appearances three Cy Young awards and two ERA titles. And yet the long ball. I don't know what it is about the long ball today. It seems like everything is about the long ball in baseball. However, the Astros whom I picked to repeat as World Series champions. Off to a one nothing start. Obviously there's a game in progress between the Rockies and the brewers as we speak and they right now on the bottom of the seven with two outs. And let's see we've got the brewers at the plate as I look over my shoulder. But walkie got the board in the fourth year. Perez ripped a ground rule. Double off Tyler Anderson the starter scored Mike dacas that one nothing brewers. And that's where it stands right now. The brewers got five scoreless innings from their starter euless show. Skip a great council then turn it over to the bullpen. They've been lights out Canadian soya hater they've combined for two more scoreless innings right now. And I mean, it's a tight one one nothing. So anything can happen but bullpen has been just lights out. Of course. Everybody's County Down right now. To the series that everybody wanted to see the Yankees and the Red Sox at Fenway. First pitch in about twenty five thirty minutes from Fenway park. It has been fourteen years now since the Red Sox and the Yankees met back in the postseason. And of course, the Red Sox then pulled off one of the great comebacks in recent memory. They rallied for eight straight wins after being down three nothing in that series. The Yankees they ripped off eight straight wins. They won the AL. And then of course, the World Series to capture their first world championship in eighty six years and. This is going to be great. Now. What's interesting about this more than anything else? I think and there are so many great story lines is that you look at the pitching matchup got Chris sale. Who by the way is just throwing seventeen innings since July because of shoulder information, inflammation, he has been on the disabled list twice as a matter of fact, and I was looking up some numbers today. And it's pretty interesting because I mean, here's a guy that's twelve and four he was in the conversation before all this kind of flamed up. And what's interesting about it is they have been slow to to incrementally push out. His pitch county started at twenty six and forty two pitches than seventy three and then ninety two, but what is concerning to everybody is that is average mph is down to about ninety point two which is four and a half five miles slower than what is usual. And we don't know if that's a McCann. Problem or if that's an inflammation problem. Apparently, he spent the last few days trying to stretch out and extend if you will release hoping that that will bring back some of the velocity listen, he's been dynamite against the Yankees, particularly this year when he's been healthy to at all as a starter with an ERA under one zero point six nine, right? He only walked wanting struck out nineteen in those two games. Unless. Pardon me, if he doesn't win tonight or I should say he the Red Sox don't win tonight. I mean, listen, you got David price. He hasn't won a playoff game in his career. I'm thinking each you're playing at Fenway. Both teams have dominated at home in this regular season series. The Yankees at Yankee Stadium and the Boston Red Sox at Fenway. But mean, you gotta jump out to quickstart tonight. Meanwhile, J hap is eight and four against the Boston Red Sox. Now, he was picked up on a trade predominantly because he was thought of as the Red Sox killer. Yes. Tonight ER to nine eight Yara in twenty one games. Twenty those were starts against Boston including going five and two with a three to seventy IRA and ten games nine starts at Fenway. So I mean, listen, he half base. The Red Sox four times this season. He's wanted wanted had ERA under to all right? So we talked about these pitching matchups man. I'm telling you, this is this is going to be fun to watch by the way that Yankees lineup is hitting one ninety three against sale. All right. But here's the issue. And we talk about this all the time. At some point in time. You gotta turn it over your bullpen. Right. That bullpen and Boston. As an era of six point seven five in nineteen games against the New York Yankees this season. All right. That's why I say sale has got to be good and good early or this this series could get away from them in a heartbeat. All right. Eight five five three two three four NBC if you'd like to join the conversation. Let's go ahead and officially kick. This thing off Shelly. Here's the Friday edition burning questions..

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Underdog

The Underdog

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Underdog

"And you know it's interesting because we sort of have this this vision of shack along lasting. He's three hundred and thirty. Five pounds can't jump anymore. Can't run anymore. Fat. Check from that second half of the second career. But this gentlemen, Howard right was telling me a story about how you know at the beginning of training camp every year, the beginning of practices every year they have this basically ceremonial mile run that everybody has to do. Everybody knows that you have to do it. You have to finish it. Nobody tries all that hard time isn't really kept even though there there are hypothetical limits you have to come within. So shack goes out this twenty year old seven one two hundred eighty pound kid runs a forty second first lap for his mile and finish. Mile in five minutes and thirteen seconds. Oh, I good like crazy. I don't. I think forty seconds into four hundred like an Olympic record. So I'm not about that, but just over five minutes is crazy. Good for someone is is obvious human being on the planet, any human any. It'd be, but like literally freakish for that size. Crazy. Relates nothing, but I enjoyed that stories. I wanted to share it. Let's so freak athletes, let's let's stay there. Josh Gordon. What do we expect from these back now? Hugh Jackson says, should be ready to go game winning the Steelers. Do we think that this could be the return of Josh Gordon of older has? Has that ship sailed. I mean was a lifetime was good like it was twenty thousand eighteen. He's still. Obviously, but like I don't know. I, I, I think that it's going to be. So I think people just see these going to roll right back 'cause he ripped up now, but it was twenty fourteen when he was last night before last year. And then you know, last year us use pretty good, but like totally honestly twenty fourteen he plays five games, tweet thirteen. His last really good season. That's so long ago I gave Peterson, you know, like I mean, the guy is we treat them like he's twenty years old. He's twenty seven. I mean, that's that's not old by any means. But like I think that there's some, there's some wishful built into the whole, Josh Gordon experience. And while we all wanna see him play as awesome as once I struggle to believe Eddie. I definitely don't think he can put it together for a whole season, but you know, I think you'll get some flashes so to speak, and then you'll get some, you know, some like the joke thing made. You were talking about the to catch time yard game, especially because he's not going to be the number one guy. And I think that that could. I don't know if that's going to help him or hurt him. Maybe it'll help him like help lies. But I think it's going to hurt him production wise. 'cause I, like I said, I just don't see them throwing the ball thirty thirty five times a game which you know if there's two hundred yards out there and say, eighty or ninety are going to Landry how many are really going to Josh Gordon's. The one thing I will say about that that twenty seventeen season. Last year I saw an interesting stat from PF this week, and I'm going to be around these numbers. Not not forbade them, so don't quote me on this. But when he had that giant year and twenty thirteen, he had a a catchable ball rate of sixty four percent basically sixty four percent of the balls that were thrown to deemed catchable. And that was sort of middle tier in the NFL last year when he had these, you know he had whatever eighty in. Yeah, he his. Catchable ball rate was forty, four percent, which was one thirty one thirty five for qualified receivers. Well, that's a good sign. I mean and you know his numbers last year pretty good. Like as yards per catch were right there with twenty thirteen twenty twelve numbers yards per game. We're right around there too. I mean he's he's still totally got the ability. I just don't. Put it this way. I'm not drafting him and fantasy for where he's going to be no wait till next year. If if he's as good as he was in twenty thirteen or if he's that good this year for ten games, twelve games that I will be drafting everywhere next year because that's. Ever draft him everywhere..

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Insurance yelp In your area KOA NewsRadio? Time is eight. Thirty Aurora police chief Nick bent, says a homeowner shot and killed? Monday morning had a significant hearing problem and may. Not have heard commands to drop his gun at one. Of the authors yells gun gun for the, next thirteen seconds officers continue, to give at least five commands to Mr. black to drop. The gun and to show his hands we don't know why but for whatever reason Mr. black did not drop the gun Richard Gary black was. Shot and killed by Aurora police after black killed an intruder who was attacking. His grandson met says his department is heartbroken, by the situation he has. A sure the family that they? Are there for them in any way they can be and the NFL pre season is underway football season is officially here can't Ohio the hall, of fame, game being played tonight next update at. Nine I'm Roger KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four One FM It'd be smooth sailing pretty much wherever. You're headed just a few slow spots because. Of construction westbound c. four seventy a little bit sluggish between university and Broadway through that construction zone down to just one lane through there and paving operations continue. On southbound I twenty five on the drive through the. Tech center slowing things down between arapahoe and county line on the west side of the. Metro area roadwork continues on both east. And westbound I seventy between thirty second and, ward over although a quiet dry with no. Major problems your CBS four, weather forecast, clear skies and mostly sunny for your Thursday with a chance for some scattered showers and thunderstorms later in the day and a high in the. Low nineties it's sixty right now..

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WSB-AM

"For thirteen seconds thirteen seconds a grip that seemed unimaginable this time a year ago aaron i was really struck in particular by those flags the united states flag next to the flag of a country that has her human rights record that has threatened this country with nuclear weapons and chemical weapons biological weapons but the symbolism here is such a coup for the north koreans in a way these two leaders side by side on the world stage it really elevates kim jong un to a level that he previously had been before you know this is the first time he's he's this year i should say has been the first time that he left his country as leader earlier this year traveling to china and now to singapore and us really seen him emerge as global player because of this summit and there are other global players who have been watching this connor with great interest in addition to those analysts here in the united states and in film gang looking at this handshake this is the south koreans the japanese and others in the wider world that are wondering just exactly how these two men are getting along i love the reaction especially from south korea president moon jae in there was presiding over over the parliament watching this summit unfold live and he talked about how he was he was unable to sleep last night he was just so positively giddy with his big grin on his face as he watches these two leaders come together he has been instrumental in making this happen would last year as president trump unloaded with his fire and fury rhetoric moon jaein really was concerned that that war could break out on the korean peninsula and he began these talks with north korea where he saw an opening on new year's day when kim jong declared that he he would be interested in sending a delegation to the winter olympics in south korea and president moon has run with that he met with kim jong un himself twice now that very symbolic first meeting shaking hands walking together across the demilitarized zone in north korea into north korea and then back into south korea he he.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Right well vince was what he was trying to create was he was trying to create the same atmosphere that we had on television in you watch monday night raw at the time and you're seeing guys come out and cut a lot of promos in front of the audience but yet on pay per view all you're getting his matches so vince wanted to create more drama in front of the live audience but doing that we did more live interviews in front of the audience and tried to recreate the atmosphere of a live television show as well so that was why we're trying a lot of this stuff out and want to say this is probably the first time that we rolled a lot of this out and had the story lines in the pay per view the carried all the way throughout the new age outlaws would retain the tag titles beating lsd two thousand twelve minutes and thirteen seconds the outlaws claim that dean smith the legendary basketball coach was going to be in their corner came out with a blow up doll they called dean smith and meltzer would write that didn't get the heat you'd think he would say the match was the typical lsd match or animal was decent but the stuff with hawk would range from bad to embarrassing overall not a great match i guess we should mention here the finish all hog deliver german suplex on road dogg but the referee jagd only looked at hawk shoulders walkout three nine saying that dog shoulders were also on the math and they tease it like it was a title change in greensboro by the way for the road warriors until the ring announcer said that the laws had retained the title lsd they did the doomsday device on the referee who took probably the best bump this far on the show and did a stretch job.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"By the way this happen if you'd say if you think i'm just being like like a conspiracy theory guy do you remember the 94 western conference finals jazz rockets do you remember that thirteen seconds left the jazz are down by two do you remember the jazz are inbounding the ball we have the play by play this they wouldn't start the clock listen to this there we go whichever were thrown out of our border utah travel owns probably going to try to multilateral shoot the outside shot one of the other jaber is like a still looking out of guts one is that twelve o'clock all star i thought he would study that karadzic would start god i haven't yeah he's got again started started o'clock way guy yet funny they wanted to start at the clock if the game was in houston wilson man it's not hard it it goes back to something john you know me for years i've always had the umbrella rule in sports the unbrella rule means with a minute left where it's too late to overcome an officials agree just call you call the umbrella ruslan hockey the dm any sport o'clock the umbrella rule in football the umbrella rule where you go the nerve center and they go yet i messed up it doesn't matter what you can review pass interference you're like yeah it just up all the technology we can't have a red common sense phone last night at the staples we can't have an umbrella rule these are now think about this two different networks are paying one point five billion a year for nba rights those are just two networks paying for the national forget the local money the regional money the cable money that that's just.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"By the way this happen if you'd say if you think i'm just being like like a conspiracy theory guy do you remember the 94 western conference finals jazz rockets do you remember that thirteen seconds left the jazz are down by two do you remember the jazz are inbounding the ball we have the play by play this they wouldn't start the clock listen to this we go chambers were thrown around for utah travel on probably going to try to multilateral shoot the outside shot one of the other jaber is what could still looking out of guts one is that twelve o'clock all star i thought he would study that karadzic would god start god i haven't yeah it's always got again started o'clock way guy yet funny they wanted to start at the clock if the game was in houston wilson man it's not hard it it goes back to something john you know me for years i've always had the umbrella rule in sports the unbrella rule means with a minute left where it's too late to overcome an officials agree just call you call it the umbrella ruslan hockey dm any sport the clock the umbrella rule in football the umbrella rule where you go the nerve center and they go yet i messed up it doesn't matter what you can review pass interference you're like yeah it just up all the technology we can't have a red common sense phone last night at the staples we can't have an umbrella rule these are now thing about this two different networks are paying one point five billion a year for nba rights those are just two networks paying for the national forget the local money the regional money the cable money that that's just.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeah and i enjoyed happily i have to say very there was a there were many when she said even when he will when she found and she's a cold him mcculloch intrical ross the color not even the reaction h i haven't seen has been slightly different like there's some people have just left some people have cast because it's right from whether it's used in a lighthearted way old outline for my cbi jordan which is a very grave line they were eighth hr right on the nose with a lot of those issues and goes right there in a way that i don't think we've seen before which i just found it yet fighting and extorting i'm brave not just on behalf of filmmakers bump off of mobile and disney and everybody involved on in a way on a don't think it's had this movie bemoaned in two thousand and aids or even two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen i don't think this movie to promote in this former built a group in a symbiotic lee brave i agree and in that way you know i have i don't know where we were talking on the line podcast but her was he slimes years and years ago was to get this movie on the ground and i can just imagine the hell of should you interference he would have had little would regard you know you would get i can just imagine this movie in an old five years ago even five years ago to china they probably would change it so he was born on what can the book move to america favour early so he has an american accent be surrounded by white dudes and it's completely different hail it this is kind of evidence of the the confidence the mobile have in these films at this point the best able to take these kind of chances lot full rack narok was a challenge in it's i'm wayne a different way but this you know having come so far this film is paid made possible because of the seventeen films came before it which have given them a solid critical and financial base in which to get this message out there and even then i mean for both ryan kugler and for the cdot tell the story specifically.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"The pros go penalty was a hold against west side sit up push them back to of course stink smell these killers you think about a push back then it's going to push it inside the twenty argh line the on exactly what you're looking for for west side would sport the shotgun jill cummins two two the unhappy quick even in athens movement credo think of the brain near rachel georgia he did a little bit the right to of dead evidence smells that end zone and find so indicated get in there to give tennis narva pamela lee not a big defense of score camp obiago tax the extra boy two touchdowns separated by thirteen seconds you can see of its number four top history now lined up right is the middle linebacker bigger brings pressure just off of him and that's you know in all honesty that's the way you draw that blitz up your bringing pressure to that side so the quarterback is thicket olive grove along enroute there the ball needed to come out earlier the problem was the recognition was a little late take a look at it from that angle the recognition of the blitz coming was too late if he throws earlier evans doesn't have a chance the break on that football but that's what you're looking for blitz to that side middle linebacker slides over easier section for for man anglian realtime what evidence was looking at yep in about twenty three yard touchdown now west side tried to stabilise things a little bit a seesaw on the kick return to the twenty six yard line the situation where springfield didn't wanna get into this is dennis germans dolphins have been woollen all year long up fourteen nothing and now the ability to play at least a little bit downhill was springfield is at least bare minimum got to get back the battlefield position if the hit supports overboard year tried to build some momentum on the legs of hill.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Sports from the rally motor sports desk here's mark neget lane game six denied yankees and astros any hughes geno where italy louis severino and just in bern lander in the pitching match up a rematch of last saturday's game two x are up three two in this series can wrap up their first pennant since two thousand nine with a win tonight or tomorrow dodgers have their first benson's nineteen eighty h after closing out the cubs last night game five at wrigley eleven to one ky ko hernandez led the way three home runs seven rbis klay can kershaw went six innings for the win he's already been named the starter for game one of the world series next tuesday in la last night also happen to be opening night for the knicks senate went about as well as you might have expected golf with thirteen seconds to go of the felted hold on sort the whole team for the fun i'd cohen called on on msg radio nick kristaps porzingis did have a gamehigh thirty one points for the next but he was out john by the trio of russell westbrook who had a triple double paul george who scored twenty eight and our old buddy carmelo anthony who finished with twenty two points first game for his new team first one against the site aegis last night's are disclose his goals on next door we can just focus on down there and move forward what we are to do as a team agassi that is closer taki the islanders meet the rangers and gardens shootout four two three blue shirts of lost two seven of their first eight games devils overtime winner up in ottawa five four thursday that football writers gep on the chiefs thirty one thirty in a wild finish oakland scored their winning touchdown after two on time downs because of defensive holding earlier this morning we crowned or go to the winner the horns went to referee tony corentin nfl replay chief owl river ron who helped austin severi and jenkins of the jets answer the eight old question last sunday wednesday of touchdown not a touchdown.

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"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen seconds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The fives follow us on twitter at wyde see traffic time causing rtv six meteorologist i thought we were going to feel a little bit army yesterday eggs right now though yeah you know we had a spotty shower yesterday mainly faldo of indianapolis that kind of shift that a little further north ear throughout the day tony and we'll be dealing with the body showers off and on really all day long we're never really going to get into any heavy rain called out there more of these pesky shower that a lou through from time to time and you won't see them all day they a little more numerous throughout the afternoon hours compared to this morning but we all deal with the cloud that we all deal with the cool temperatures were in the '60s right now we're not going to move much at all only climbing up to a high rate around sixty seven degrees very cool day forest release spotty showers tomorrow still the transition date we start off with clouds give some sunshine in here late in the day back up into this seventy and then great stretch of weather still untapped poorest friday saturday and sunday with sunshine and temperatures in the low to mid eighty that's todd clawson rdv six of meteorologist thank you again just a touch of that rain nothing really to drive it's crazy 62 degrees in the american standard cooling weather center the time is eight away the september thirteen two thousand seventeen in that means it's just twenty seven jersey gums allies night.

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