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AP News Radio
Feds: Kansas woman led all-female Islamic State battalion
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AP News Radio
Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm guessing guessing Coolbaugh Coolbaugh for for the the first first time time in in twenty twenty six six and and a a half half years years Major Major League League Baseball Baseball is is facing facing a a work work stoppage stoppage the the league's league's previous previous collective collective bargaining bargaining agreement agreement set set into into place place in in two two thousand thousand sixteen sixteen expired expired at at eleven eleven fifty fifty nine nine on on Wednesday Wednesday night night M. M. L. L. B. B. negotiators negotiators left left the the players players unions unions hotel hotel about about nine nine hours hours before before the the deal deal was was set set to to expire expire and and the the players players union union confirmed confirmed the the lock lock out out early early Thursday Thursday morning morning prior prior to to the the deadline deadline major major league league teams teams committed committed to to over over one one billion billion dollars dollars in in salaries salaries in in one one day day for for the the first first time time ever ever the the Rangers Rangers finalize finalize deals deals with with infielders infielders Corey Corey Seager Seager and and Marcus Marcus Semien Semien worth worth a a combined combined five five hundred hundred million million hobby hobby by by is is is is headed headed to to the the Tigers Tigers for for a a hundred hundred forty forty million million while while Max Max Scherzer Scherzer received received a a hundred hundred thirty thirty million million to to join join the the Mets Mets in in college college football football Notre Notre Dame Dame is is working working on on a a deal deal to to promote promote defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Marcus Marcus Freeman Freeman to to fill fill its its head head coaching coaching vacancy vacancy according according to to an an AP AP source source Freeman Freeman would would replace replace Brian Brian Kelly Kelly who who left left after after twelve twelve seasons seasons to to become become the the next next coach coach at at LSU LSU Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports
The Charlie Kirk Show
Russell Brand Calls 'Russiagate' a 'Democratic Conspiracy'
"How are we supposed to interpret celebrities coming out who were once on the radical left and now are saying things that were and are very obvious russell brand who is a comedian. He's pretty fair on most things. He's all over the place. No trump fan though at all he has now come out and he has criticized russia gate. Now i'm saying this for a reason because we have a new episode out with cash patel that i encourage all of you to listen to but if you wanna listen to in my opinion. The best analysis of the origins of the russian investigation of peter struck of lisa page of where the all came from. And where we are headed. I'm telling you cash patel who is being targeted by every major institution on the left that you can imagine key breaks down how john durham is building a criminal conspiracy case against the deep state. It was compelling. It was detailed. I pushed him on a lot of different things. And that's exclusively on the charlie kirk show. Podcast app of cash patel. It's one of my favorite episodes. We've done in recent times and it's all around this topic of who is going to be held accountable for what was done back in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen timeframe with peter struck and lisa page spying on a presidential campaign and hoping to get away with russ or russell brand now says well. This is all from the clinton campaign russell. The great sean. Hannity has been saying this on his program for literally the last four years but better late than never. I suppose. Play cut fifty six. We'll move so fast. It's almost no time for history. It seems like years ago that we would hear. In the trump was colluding with russia. They would've won the election without russia that he's whole presidency was kind of employees. Well there's now serious evidence that it was the clinton campaign and hillary clinton acolytes lueth directly involved in the generation of has proven to be a conspiracy untrue. Think about how much media watched me a person who i think broadly speaking. He's from the left. A liberal certainly not trump support in republican with respect to those of you that are i find myself in awe gobsmacked flabbergasted in startled by these revelations. The russia gate was a democrat conspiracy.
The Voicebot Podcast
Speechly Origin - Hannes Heikenheimo Co-founder and CTO at Speechly - Voicebot Podcast Ep 228 - burst 07
"I had hobie project with a colleague in a a student friend of mine who who was a u u x experts and at that time fitbit was very popular job and it was a big thing so we had our fitbit's and and we were excited about that than we're following our calories or all of that and so then then we had this idea. Wouldn't it be cool. That in addition to the burn calories could somehow really nicely calculate the calories that we consume to be able to get a balance of of input and output and was a functionality in and fitbit to to do a meal diary but it was very cumbersome so so we had this idea that we need to make it easier for us to to follow that and we had this idea of of using voice there so so just like if you have a meal it would just list out the items that you eight and the system would compute the calories and so that was sort of a aside project that then i think was really the origin of of speech. Of course like speech we way of thinking because we had a very specific. You you ex you. I in our minds and so we studied the api's at that time and turned out. There was no api that could do the type of experience that we wanted to achieve and and so so that that was sort of the origin and then of course i was working at apple. So i i. I was in the sort of the The epicenter of voice working on on syria and then there was all these very interesting things happening like alexa came out around that time and also advanced like advances in speech recognition so there was a paper in two thousand sixteen from ibm where they got this. First results of human baratheon transcription accuracy. That all of these things sort of somehow brewed in in in my head. And and and so so that i would say those were the things that that then sort of originated the idea behind speech by but a big portion of it was the hobie project we started out with with my
Mike Gallagher Podcast
More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US
"To this. this is this. Is stephanie rule and julia. Ainsley on msnbc now we have to turn to texas where the migrant crisis maybe on the verge of getting a whole lot worse. You've seen the pictures of haitian migrants camp under a bridge in del rio. Roughly twenty excuse me twelve thousand of them but now we're learning that thousands more could be on their way from columbia from panama from peru. That can triple the number of migrants in south texas. Nbc's mortgage huskies in del rio. Julia ainsley covers the vhs. She broke the story about this new group of migrants. That may be headed here. Truly at what. Can you tell us if you'd think about what has happened in haiti in the last few weeks in the last few years. It's a dire situation at home for them it is. There really isn't a home for these people to go back to stephanie. A lot of these haitians left their home country. Some around the two thousand ten earthquake others during the devastating events. They're both natural and political. That have occurred in haiti over these years. They've been living in south america. Many of them were there around the olympics. In two thousand sixteen their opportunities there have dried up. It is very hard for them to find work or find any way to feed their families and now according to internal documents that we obtained last night. Dhs monitoring a group of more than twenty thousand haitians that have all amassed northern colombia. Maybe the next group to come here. They're also more than a thousand and panama more than a thousand in peru. they're also monitoring these groups to see if they come. Thousands of haitians are gathering in other countries preparing to enter the united states. All dude to to to joe biden and his policies all due to this administration's open borders remember. When hillary clinton dreamed of open borders. It's coming to fruition.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified
"I want you to put on the secretary of state hat. That many believe people believed you're going to wear. Should hillary clinton have won the two thousand sixteen election. And tell me what you would do if you were sitting on the seventh floor of the state department and this submarine controversy arose. And you might want to recap it for people who didn't listen to talk about it last week. You're on the air with me when the story broke. Yeah in in very short strokes. Australia signed up for france to build diesel electric submarines which are pretty good but over the last week or so they have done a one eighty and signed up with the united states in the united kingdom to build vastly better nuclear powered submarines. The french have lost a multi billion dollar contract. Their outrage what i would have done in retrospect was spend more time speaking with our allies. The french our oldest allies the first nation who came and fought alongside us in the revolutionary war. There are very fond of pointing that out as we subsequently fought a small war with them but such was the nineteenth century at the moment there still very strong allies within nato and so this came across to them as a very bad industrial policy. But also a real stab in the back to an ally. If i were sitting in tony blinken shoes right now and tony by the way. Interestingly is a franco phonic. He speaks beautiful. French lived in france for many years. I think he is and ought to be the point. Man on trying to rebuild this at the moment quite shaky set of relationships. And it's not just france hewitt's it's also with europe. Broadly we see particularly in the wake of brexit as the united kingdom pulls out. We now see france taking a lead in germany in working toward a much more independent eu policy. That'll bleed into our efforts to stand up to china. That's why this is important. I think secretary blinken that ought to be pretty much at the top of his chat list. Right now is working with his counterparts in paris.
Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
Ep 142: How Kindness and Community Empower Todays Nonprofit Leaders (with guest John Hoffman) - test
"Came to twenty twenty one kind of annoyed annoyed that nonprofit leaders and their remarkable heroics in twenty twenty didn't get the spotlight or the recognition. They deserved we all fussed. In twenty twenty about the dearth of leadership in our society. I think folks just looking in the wrong place overlooking leaders around this country who educate advocate feed the hungry provides shelter bring beauty through the arts lead congregations to help us keep the faith all of these people right here in front of our eyes. I see it every day and it makes me kind of angry that others don't or worse still. We talked about staff board. Volunteers of these nonprofits the backbone of our society we talk about these people as nice. Nice really rubs me the wrong way. It feels really pass to me now. Kindness is a word. I can brace but i don't know that i had ever spent that much time thinking about the distinction between the two until i watched a documentary on amazon prime the film. The antidote offered me an aha moment. And i just love a good moment is i learned that the reason i embrace the word kindness is that implies action it requires commitment and in this documentary. We see through stories. Beautifully told by my friend and six time emmy winner. John hoffman the kindness. M- may be thought of as something gentle but it has real strength. John says that kindness is a weapon for change. One of the heroes. He's spotlights in the film. Says quote kindness is a practice. Kindness is a stance end quote. And so today. I want you to meet my friend and john. He and i both know this to be true. Kindness may not be the ultimate antidote. And it's not actually something special you can drop into any community at any time and find it blossoming and you'll find those leaders who are practicing it every day. John's journey developing idea and bringing it to life is as instructive and as inspiring is the film. What's up. I feel lucky. Indeed to be able to introduce you to my friend. John and grateful that he's game to share his story with you. Greetings welcome to nonprofits her messy. I'm your host joan. Gary founder the nonprofit leadership lab where we help smaller nonprofits thrive. I'm also a strategic advisor for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote. Speaker blogger an author on all things leadership and management learn. More at joan gary dot com. I'm a one with a mission to fuel. The leadership of the nonprofit sector my goal with each episode is to dig deep into an issue. I know the nonprofit leaders are grappling with finding just the right person to offer you advice and insights. Today is no exception. John hoffman is a six time emmy award winning filmmaker whose most recent films include rancher farmer fisherman which premiered at the sundance film festival in january twenty seventeen and out of many one which premiered at the new york film festival followed by net flex in two thousand eighteen much. John's work as a filmmaker has focused on the key. Health issues of our time including the weight of the nation addiction and the alzheimer's project all on. Hbo and i in human on discovery. A six hour series set in the world's largest research hospital. The nih is building ten. In addition to making films. John has also been a network executive. He was the adp of docs specials for discovery. From twenty fifteen to two thousand eighteen and After nearly two decades as vp of documentary programming at hbo not in john's by is that he was instrumental. In persuading me that i needed to leave corporate america and become a nonprofit executive director. He may take some degree of pride in that. But it is far exceeded by the gratitude. I feel for what became a complete personal and professional transformation for me so john welcome and i am just not sure i can ever repay you for the art of press. Suasion was on display during a lovely brunch at our home so many years ago. Hi john john really wonderful to be with you. I am so out of you and all that you have accomplished in the time that we've known each other But the the tremendous evolution of your sort of career. You're you're on understanding end leadership in the not so My hat to you for all. You're doing that seems. Seems like you go have a piece of my hat. So so let's pick up your story about the making of this film from the point at which you and your team became kind of hyper focused on this world kindness and how you might explore it in a documentary. I guess you kinda define it. I why don't you tell us about the process. Well in in the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen but bearing much In i was Very disturbed as so. Many people were by the growing distance in the country. An outright hatred that was expressed in so many ways in the country and i had the incredible good fortune of having a relationship with A nonprofit health system called dignity health. They had funded in a very generous way some public health that i was doing when i left. Hvo when i created a nonprofit media company called the topic good projects and i was with the ceo of dignity house and their model is hello human kindness and i was having a very interesting conversation with him and senior leadership about the strong commitment as a nonprofit helped brighter kindness and our authentic was and i said would you ever consider doing the documentary becomes and lighting and that led to were conversation and eventually led just on that word to them giving principal funding for what became the antidote total editorial control. It was literally confidence in me to make a film on that. Were not a big risk now. Really not big risks. And so i put together a small team. I found a remarkable co director cooperman. Who was nominated for the kennedy award for short film. She did hojo's violin. Beautiful beautiful short documentary and we started on jer. We read everything we could about compassionate empathy decency putt from art and poetry in economics and political theory and evolution. We found absorbs so much and we quickly came to the realization that the world does not need any more exploration random next is that there's so many media platforms that on. Social media is love stories of random acts. We
The Charlie Kirk Show
Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe
"John durham expected to indict clinton linked attorney involved in russia. Probe this is. Sussman may have lied to top. Fbi lawyer james baker in a meeting on september nineteenth two thousand sixteen in that meeting sussman attempted to tie the trump organization to a russian bank. Alfa bank saying that they were using a secret server to communicate michael sussman. The fbi later dismissed those allegations so did muller and they were totally bogus. How did sussman lie. Durum has discovered discrepancies between susman's congressional testimony and his september two thousand sixteen interview with baker during their discussion. Baker claimed sussman told them he wasn't working on the alpha-bank project for any specific client. This directly contradicted his two thousand seventeen sworn testimony before congress in which he said he was working for an unnamed cybersecurity expert also perkins koi internal billing records which durham has shows that sussman build the hours he spent an alphabetic probe to the hillary clinton two thousand campaign. So here's the take away. The facts seem to show that sussman was intentionally provoking the russian probe on behalf of the former presidential candidate hillary clinton and then lied to obscure it. This was five years ago. Everybody half a decade ago. She want to know what the big takeaway is here. Nothing we've known about this for four years.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
No Matter the Election Outcome, Larry Elder Undeniably Shook Things Up
"Election day in california. It's gonna take a miracle but it took a miracle. Donald trump to win in two thousand sixteen. Remember that feeling. You never know you never know and you know. There's there's one thing that you cannot dispute. There's one thing you definitely cannot begin to dispute and that is that larry elder shook up the beast. Pretty badly when you're sitting in sleepy joe biden when you're when you're dragging him into california and you've got everybody when they threw the kitchen sink at larry because they were so afraid of of newsom losing the recall there there. There's been a sea change. There has been a you know you see a lot of people's eyes being opened and no democrat can deny they were very worried. I don't know how it's gonna turn out no idea what it's going to look like. But i like the way larry elder in just a few weeks. Don't forget. He declared his candidacy. What was it a month ago month. And a half ago. And i can't get the image of that miserable creighton with the gorilla mask throwing the get larry's head and if gavin newsom manages to hold on she wins. I mean she's already one largely who is she. Does anybody know a friend of mine pointed out if he is a white man threw an egg at a black democrat. Not only what he lose his job but his entire life would be ruined.
The Mom Room
A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz
"Halo which was previously known as moms. Te'o mom's toronto was to me like an act of desperation. When i was looking for my girls crew is looking for moms to like connect with and everywhere i went like people didn't talk to each other. It was really weird dynamic. I come from a twelve year history of a community builder. Fundraiser working nonprofit sector. Have always sort of been a gatherer of people and organizer of stuff so i was looking for my crew and i couldn't really find them so i had just moved into the neighborhood. We live now. I'm a young mom. I have my babies. Maybe five months old and i just like flew out on a local facebook page. I'm okay. I'm looking for some moms. Who wanna come over to my house to just maybe hang out at byu. Ob bring your babies. Your boobs in your bottles and bottles met lake. I was obviously like your your baby bottle. Your wine bottle. Hello whatever that was in two thousand. Sixteen that i thought was really clever. And lo and behold like nineteen random. Women's showed up to my like my matchbook cows. They're like i remember. This french canadian woman was like what's the catch. What are you trying to sell me on. Like absolutely nothing. My husband is a retired shops. Like beautiful feud we had like twelve bottles of wine. And we just. I had this aha moment of like moms. Just want to have their identity. Were their moms and also have a baby on everything. Baby baby baby all the time so. I really leaned in hard to this leg putting mom i like baby on the head wide on the lab. That's how it came. In to be. Rene then i remember that year. That was a really cool event in toronto that i really want to go to. It was like a very busy like food and beverage event. And i want to wear my white dress and i wanted to shut my baby with me and i went to go buy tickets. It was like a three hundred dollars ticket and the like. I'm sorry you can't come into nineteen event. I was like my baby is in a stroller. Like you can't bring the baby after this shit. I'm gonna create an event that looks and feels as beautiful as boozy. That's food and beverage where women can bring their baby. And that's how the first ever very mommy wine festival came to be with this like really leaning hard into finding a place where moms could come be themselves have a glass of wine and hang out with their babies fast forward years later and that's secretion of our community now which is now known as the mom halo. We pivoted hard because we realized we were serving women with our virtual digital content that we're like very much outside of the greater toronto area so very canadian following and we still sort of hit hard with i would say epa content. That's both virtual. We are in person really fun and it's not about why right. It's on about getting drunk and being fraternity girls. It's about permission right. It's about giving moms permission to say it's okay for you to be both. You can love being mom behaving mom. You can exercise five days a week. If that's your thing not my thing but if that's your thing and you wanna drink on the weekends that's your thing like just do you like whatever you is just
The Autosport Podcast
Australian Rally Car Driver Molly Taylor on Extreme E
"Today's show. We're joined by one of motorsports leading female talents in mali. Taylor for those unaware molly has burst back onto the global rally saying in extreme either this year as one half of nico rosberg victorious rosberg ex racing outfit while extreme e has propelled molly back into the spotlight the and has rallying in her blood competed in australia and europe. In two thousand sixteen molly became the first woman to win the australian rally championship and this year. She has returned to the world rally championship with a three rally program in rally. Three ford fiesta. Welcome to gravel notes. Molly thanks for having me. I haven't spoken to you for probably a couple of years now. I think the last time. I spoke g was a winton when you're doing. Tci australia so a lot's happened since then. Just fill in about what. What's been going on since then look into then. I guess we had all had locked locked down again. But during that time the extremely project. I guess started to gather a bit of momentum and got involved with suspects racing extremely and also we managed to put together these three ramps wwl three program a rally three program. Here's wildlands yes. Auto kind of went from doing not much at all to looking like twenty twenty one while he's a very busy busy year
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again
"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual
Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy
"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote
Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy
"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote given this week. Sad news i thought i would resurface an interview that i recorded with williams just over a decade ago. Shortly after the first season of boardwalk empire
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Gavin Newson Pulling out the 'Trump Card' Smacks of Desperation
"Fact that in recent days gruesome newsom has pulled out the trump card literally and try to make this about my old boss. Doesn't that smack of desperation. On his behalf. I think it absolutely smacks of desperation. And you know it's funny. Grant and i have been arguing a little bit on our morning show that we do together because he just thinks that there's no hope and that this thing is already lost and look i. I've said to you why because exceeding yeah because of the cheating and and look. I think it's an uphill battle. But i don't believe that the numbers are as bad as they say they are. Because i remember when president trump pulled something off that no one expected back in two thousand sixteen. The people that are going to vote in this election. Who who fueled this recall are going to go vote on election day. They're not taking part in the mail in ballots. they're not risking the fact that someone may throw out there. Ballot said there are holes in the envelope. That these ballots. Go going so you can see if people are voting. Yes nobody's going to trust that that is behind this recall so i have a little bit of hope and optimism that the overwhelming amount of people that are gonna turn out on election. Day are going to be there to take out gavin newsom and that it will be
The Eric Metaxas Show
MorningStar Ministries' Chris Reed's Prophetic Dream Ties Biden's Election Win with Chinese Collusion
"Talking to my friend. Chris read with morningstar ministries. So chris you told us about the first thing july twenty third. You had a dream. It's extraordinary You had this before. There are any reports of taliban talking to the chinese before any reports of the taleban taking over afghanistan. But after that. There's a second piece to this so give us the second piece where you see biden meeting with With the chinese give details. When did that happen for you that you saw so it was actually an august. Sixteenth just happened my hikes birthday and it was right about the time. When the taliban assumed control of afghanistan it was three weeks after My dream my dream have already shared. Will that night. I went to bed and I had this dream where. I was watching this meeting in the i remember. Somehow i knew in the dream was before the twenty twenty election presidential election and in this three my cd's darkened windows. And but somehow i'm able to see in styled the room and it is joe biden sitting with his campaign lawyers were campaign representatives. That was what i understood across the table were the chinese government representatives and. I knew that they were talking back and forth. It was almost like a negotiation or talking going on and the next thing. I notice in the dream. This stood out to me is biden. Got up out of the chair in went out of the room so the next part. He wasn't in the room to hear this. But i somehow understand what is being said between the chinese government reps and the biden campaign reps and basically was what was said. The chinese government rep said. We will help you with twenty twenty election. If you will in turn gives us afghanistan so i mean in our wake up and i'm like oh my gosh i mean the first thing that can my mind was quid-pro-quo right the very thing. The accused trump of in two thousand sixteen with russia. This is what. I literally saw my dream. But it was biden's campaign slash rap slash lawyers talking with chinese government
The Charlie Kirk Show
Is Racism in America Causing the High Rate of Black Fatherlessness?
"The moment that we all of a sudden de-emphasized fathers being in the home and subsidized fatherless-ness. We saw all these other trends increase so in the one thousand nine right before the civil rights act passed about twenty four percent of black children. Were born without a father. Now it's upwards of seventy percent you guys can look at the washington examiner. It's seventy seven percent. Let's say it's sixty five percent so something has to explain that forty point increase back yet. Just let me finish yet. And and it's not necessarily that. America got more racist. It could be the cocaine thing which you know is a common issue. It could be operations of all these things. But a forty point increase. I would point to a culture. Fatherless-ness really bad government run public schools and then subsidizing behavior. That isn't good so there are a few things that i can agree with you. On first of all having to people in your house to raise you pretty essential You absolutely this is undeniable While i don't believe in shaming single parents even if they're single parent did mrs bad decision making. It's still good you need. It's up in this economy one parent honestly but with that being said there has been research shown that the rate of black fatherless-ness is somewhat over exaggerated in large part because that number only applies to married fathers so husbands raising their children. It turns out when you account for unmarried. Black couples taking care of their kids. The numbers actually rise to those just think just below white couples. I think there was an article on that. I don't know if i remember sought advice but attracts back. Some really big study. That was done back in two thousand sixteen So that's one point but you are right. There are perverse incentives for example Many welfare Stipulations cut off With a shared income which is only a few thousand dollars per year higher than the necessary. Cutoff for the single income. Meaning that if you're a single mom You can apply for the welfare just fine but then if you get married or otherwise file jointly you get you go above the cap for welfare. This is a horribly program undeniably ended incentivizes bad destructive
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Matt Boyle: We Are at War With the Radical Left
"Is the biggest obstacle. The left is going to be the left. The democrat party has become the most radical it has ever been since it created the kkk but the gop just hasn't learned the significance of what happened in two thousand sixteen and it sounds like to me. President trump agrees with that assessment. Yeah look and that's the point. Is that president. Trump was zoning on all these republicans. Whether it'd be lindsey graham. He had a lot to say about him. He had a lot to say about mitch. Mcconnell mitt romney he calls them little. Ben sasse right like all these other characters so i highly encourage people go read it. But here's the point is that the big picture is these establishment republicans whether it's those ones are other ones in the house or governors out certain blends. They don't understand that we are in a war here with this radical left that you speak of their for what kind of country we want to have this culture war. It's a political war. It the there are two visions and why only one will succeed either our vision or their vision. There's no compromise when people like this so we need to we these republicans to start acting like right like president trump gets it in there by the way and that was the other thing. President trump did praise a lot of republicans during this interview to he spoke very highly center. Hawley of senator haggerty And several other republicans around the country but those two in particular. He was very pleased with. But i'm saying is that there are there are a lot of republicans who do get who do understand that we're in a war and they are fighting but the problem is these establishment. Republicans don't seem to get it. They use the wake up. Wake up and realize that the if the left wins they're gonna crush us
Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Incredibly grateful for the opportunities neighbors have given me got a great group over there but Worked really hard for it to so anyway. That's my that's a long story. That's my story dude. That was incredible and there was one thing that i wanna say. You just mentioned it as well. You sound and i'm just getting an in just your energy as well. You just seem like a really grateful. Person are super dude. That's that's incredible because in this culture myself included like everybody that i know i don't want to everybody. I know because. I mean you just feel like you have enough and that is super super cool am i how you i i i have to ask. How did you get. Was that just like an automatic. Like yeah i got there or was that something you worked on something like. Hey i've i appreciate all the people like. I appreciate my my mother. My uncle my wife my the my colleagues or was it something you grew into. Yeah this is a. That's a hard question to answer. And i'm i'm worried but i'm going to go there anyway. I'm worried it's going to lead into other of our to my story but You know. I do think kind of in my core and who i am. I do think there's kind of this there. There's never been this like. I am better than i deserve. Something more than what. I've gotten And so that that for sure. I think has been a part of me but at the same time there were times in that journey that i did lose sight of what really mattered And when i think back on that opportunity in two thousand sixteen and it wasn't. Because i thought i deserved more. Are you know. I i made it. Now it's my time to just go. Do what i wanna do. But in that. I'm in two thousand sixteen. There was a ton of stress organization and the expectations on on me specifically but also that were obviously my.
The President's Inbox
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"There was a sense that we needed to understand. Not the american middle class. Thought we should do on specific policy issues but how they defined their own interests and how they saw their economic address affected by to the extent that they could make those connections things going on in washington and then the task force. I think felt strongly that it was our responsibility in some sense to try to draw those linkages a little bit. More clearly to articulate them a little bit better but you fundamentally american power. American interests really have to sit on his foundation right of healthy vibrant dynamic middle-class. And if they did not see the benefits of globalization in action say actually many of them did some reactions to the report have been along the lines of its feels kinda protectionist. It feels a little kinda pulling back from or ambitious foreign policy and maybe questioning kind of global engagement. But that's not really broadly what we heard what we heard was. People generally support and understand. Us needs to remain engaged. Globally it would just like to see the foreign policy and policy stablishment generally manage the downside risks. Some of the transitions in some of the challenges. Little bit better. So i just wanna make sure falling. You hear your assessment. Was that foreign policy played a significant role in the outcome of the twenty sixteen election. I know that's a story. That's often told in washington of a political scientist by training. I think most of the political science research argues that while elections are consequential for foreign policy thousand sixteen being case in point. It's not really the case. That foreign policy matters much for how people vote indeed..
Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast
"So that's why i got involved in the club because i was like well. I care a lot about gender equality i care a lot of you know self expression and letting people beat themselves and that really helps. It really helped to finally be doing something and be around other people who felt the same way that felt like you know we knew. They felt like they were trying to do something and trying to raise awareness and help people think differently about stuff and that was really good. I left school. Because i was feeling the same way i was feeling like. I didn't have a direction. Like i didn't know what i was going to do with school. So my girlfriend who is now wife at the time she was like. Hey we met at the club to like. We were both interested in other people at the time. But then we were working on this project together and This event take back the night where they do them all over the country. And that's where we got like we work together and we just like. Oh you're cool like yeah you're really cool to and it but it was. It was cool to come together because of our values like we didn't come because we were like searching out. We were again. Like i said we were interested in other people at the time but we came together because we really have like a connection and you know we were friends for a while to end but then she you know she comes up to me in two thousand sixteen. And she's like hey. I'm going to go to portland state like do you want to conquer portland with me and I you know i was thinking about. It was kind of on the fence for while at first but it was really hard finding a job. That would pay enough for me to stay where i was because the bay area just so expensive and i was like well..
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Anonymous says elon. Musk run lives with his screwing around with bitcoin and I can't say i disagree with this. At at one point. I was in this. Well elam must drives up the price of bitcoin. Because he's excited. And i don't know why anybody you know they're. The presumption is in this video that i watched that elon musk's handlers in the government said you're not allowed to like bitcoin and dr price and Let's just presume that premises is true. Was already in trouble with the sec per market manipulation. Well so that might not. Only they might have told him not to continue helping they. It's also possible that they might have told him that he was gonna unhelped. That is mark more market manipulation. Making the sec than implicit in the crime that they would or complicit in the crime that they had were would be. You know. i'd like to point out that it's also possible that these circle of billionaires that he hangs out with when hey so We have got in his in his deepest. We'd like and you're driving up the price and make it hard on us. Hey could you crash this a little bit so that we can get in a little cheaper and it's easy to sit here and speculate. i'm not spec. I'm not speculating at all. But i am sort of wondering. Bitcoin is about the pre half. The price of what it was at its peak. So i've got a wikipedia definition here s posting is quote aggressively ironically and of traditionally poor quality unquote posts or content to an online forum or social media posts stolen trolling. So yes. but like it's targeted. Trolling like i. If you take your curse bladder as i like to call it like that that deep inner you know lizard brain part of yourself and just harness and focus it laser like on a single target. That's s posting icy. Well it's not how i want to spend my time. I don't suggest it. I just find it surprisingly useful. I think it was a a big part of how trump got elected. I think this part of that of it's also the person who was running against him in two thousand sixteen was one of the most vilified and hated people in the united states. or ever. and i i mean you know. And that's the way. Joe biden managed to get elected to.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"More like a bizarre h. Four one one. I wouldn't say that they are pushing the boundaries a bit but The article will reveal a bit more. I just didn't know if you've ever heard of the sap. No no. I have not heard of it prior to this news coming out this week and looking at the wikipedia for citizens apparently it actually launched back in two thousand sixteen with new york city. Only at the time was named. And i like this name. Better vigilante i mention that had to change the we'll plus apparently they've like they're trying to.
The Last American Vagabond
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"The ones. We're using these injections that incorporate neurotransmitters which can help to carry drugs. Large molecules even gene editing proteins across the blood brain barrier and into the brain of mice. Okay how about humans. How about why. And no one can seem to still answer this question. Were jamming things back to people's blood brain barrier in the beginning of all this and why is that. Stop really happening. No one's ever explained why that was even necessary. Nobody was car. What what did i do wrong. What did the chat why. I'm not perfect. I'm not perfect. But i don't know explained for me what i said that was wrong. I'll try to rectify it. Oh maybe my coughing. I don't know but this is very very obviously tied to the whole picture. The lipid nanoparticle is the key in regard to the spike protein. Calm discussion for the new injection for covid. Nineteen the released. Just recognize that. That is what's encapsulating. What induces the spike protein. That goes into your body and that's why that's able to be done lipid. Nanoparticle was the big evolution in this. That allowed this to be done this way. Now the point is that it's present in these. That's a fact. So that being stated they're telling you that these lipid nanoparticles specifically are able to incorporate neuro transmitters. So does that mean. That's what these are doing. not necessarily can they. Yes can they put this in there. Of course they can. Can they do this to a degree. That has faired irbase based vaccine in the same concept that manipulated when we're talking about things. Look okay. here's the point. If we're talking about near the ferret and discussion in regard to it magnetic based injection. They could talk about two thousand sixteen. That was already crossed over in regard to a new fair and based antigen burying protein four sufi to. Then we're talking about how we can use that exact concept to get to the blood brain barrier right so it can so you could take. The lipid nanoparticles..
PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"So i was able to do it online and then i have a virtual staffing agency in the philippines have even met my ceo. She's working virtual system for the last five years ever met her and that is going to hit a million dollars this year as well so then yes and then i've also done it to coaching right. Okay and coaching other people. But i've done it in many different ways so a lot of my clients they've either done it do clinics okay. You don't want to do a clinic. you don't wanna have to deal with over. You don't have to deal with the people become a key person of influence in a micro niche heads. You stab yourself in. That area provide value to that audience. Okay start to learn how to talk to them. And not into physical therapy jargon that you learn at school 'cause that ain't gonna work to figure out what their problems are starting to build a relationship with them and then start to ask the. Okay what if. I solve these problems. Were you through this thing right here. And that's it yeah. I love that. We'll talk about the the event you got on your shirt because this is something that you've you've ushered. I mean how many years you've been doing this. You've ushered hundreds of people through this program and now you see them might might chew zeal on the screen saying you know he wouldn't be here without greg. Todd guidance you know the the people who've gone through this program are saying like listen I went through it. I'm still. I am where i am because of it so we talked about this program. Yeah so so. I started this program. It's an online courses called smart success. Physical therapy starting two thousand sixteen right and An part of started it was. Because i actually put it in my will for my daughter said at the time that she wanted to be a physical therapist. I was like look. I want to give her the game plan of how she's gonna take clinics if i croak k. And then i started doing this stuff online started being on this platform called periscopes back in two thousand sixteen and people started. Follow my work this and that and also just one guy named calvin randolph said man i would love for you to be my mentor. Okay all right..
Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"I wasn't sure i was talk. You say ten years. I wouldn't show up here was good thousand. Ten was our arguing one of the greatest of all time. Low interest. Family right fantasy. Why should he's yeah. The life of pablo two thousand sixteen love. Yea two thousand. Eighteen kids apple kids. He was apple. Yeah that must have been ep. And then last two years ago. Jesus king so once again. He's very top heavy in the early part of the decade The kids that's all we know what that was. They had seven joints on my county kikuchi somewhere. Not really anyway. I was going to bring up kelly. That was one. They're gonna bring up the point is he's made great album little run that listen. We don't respect. Oh shit i'm about to. I'm about to go home. I'm about to go to germany and respect. Respect these in jamaica. Listen listen to take this. Come on come on. But that's what you know. That's why this kind of conversations very debatable. And i enjoy but let's just one down kelly. We can move on something go. You may have been working calloway. Crazy two thousand ten victory album and just in case you. I don't remember he's on that. All i do is win. Still get played every other week in the club. I pointed out the that was on. That apple tedium right. We're best forever. Two thousand and eleven. What was on there was a breakout one. Long one was the breakout joint from now. I'm just saying i'm just saying don't disregard what you know in two thousand twelve Take the head another radio joint may have been. I two thousand thirteen suffering from success. No new friends I'm being right. Am i wrong so in the last. Let's get out of that. He don't skip a you two thousand sixteen when he did skip a couple of years. Two thousand sixteen major chehab. Come on that. Was douse a holy key. Joel we kendrick and big show last join together..
James Miller | Lifeology
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Jeff. Johnston who is a founder of choices network a nonprofit organization. He started after losing his oldest son. Son seth to a heroin overdose in two thousand sixteen and today's episode. Jeff reviews book. This one's for you and inspirational journey through addiction death in meaning. Welcome to my show. Jeff i james. Thanks for having me on. I'm i'm really excited to.
Raw Talk Podcast
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast
"Walked us through these. Recent changes to legislation in two thousand sixteen in terms of legal eligibility criteria did did have to have a reasonably foreseeable death. I that was one of the key. Ones the other recent change in nc seven so mentioned as a to eligibility streams when you have reasonably foreseeable death in the other where you do. Not there's different procedural safeguards associated with both of those streams is well the other big developments in c. Seven is that there's the opportunity for a waiver final consent this is available only to that follow the reasonably foreseeable natural death stream. It allows the person to essentially consent in advance and they wave that final consent. So they don't to be capable at the time of provision.
The Auideo Show
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Full circle. You know like it was like thing. We're the sydney opera house right now. Like oh my god. I remember like i love my alphabet. Day is like a bow tie all dressed like it might just kind of famine succeed does in a way That was amazing and then trying to think of like. That's cool though. healy park. We oh yeah. We don't actually have to print so little. And i worked with france like in the beginning career. Twenty thirteen actually Yes it's beyond the song third girl when he was still here And we had like goal there. We didn't but it took us three years to meet him after that though we didn't meet him until two thousand sixteen But thirteen the.
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Automated
"So another important concern for him is the communication and dissemination of research results beyond the world in a sense of a third mission and with this since two thousand twelve. He has been teaching children and younger people. About scientific topics as part of the program research exchange since two thousand sixteen. He has produced several scientific documentary films and in two thousand and twenty a comprehensive science comic on social robots and a as per usual. I will of course have links to these films and comics in the show notes for you so i really enjoyed the discussion with oliver in this episode. Hope that you do as well. And as i said at the very start of this little. Preamble think it's really interesting to.
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Great right okay but generally circus. Would you say that ilya desiccation of guests with let nama these could be beneficial Not only for st but if an ideal thanks so is If devastated italy babies. And i don't know that there's some sort of probiotic therapy that could be. That could be done is they said sort of a general view that gi portends Potential problems in the In the body. But i give eighties again i would. I would speculate that understanding a person's. Gi issues early in life will probably not lead to an understanding of their of a potential disease. Diagnosis later on and the other issue is there are many people without autism ultimately who have who may have gi issues also there are many disorders that are associated with gi issues. Not just autism and so not sure that that understanding the gastrointestinal issues early in life is is going to allow us to better understand autism again. It might the. There's a possibility. But i think there's there are a lot of variables with that approach not able to not of listeners to needed. I want to do paper. You have a gut. Microbiome regularly motor deficits at neural inflammation in a model of parkinson's disease In the in the state will bite. Oh by august influence neurodevelopment mortally behavior and contributed neurological disorders helping function link between cuttak area and neurodegenerative diseases make some So this is. You're talking about parkinson's disease here but you're talking more. Generally infant right noon. degenerative diseases in in that paper in that in that body of work We look specifically in a mouse model of nuclear opposite which which encompasses parkinson's disease and when that paper was published in two thousand sixteen there had been no prior reports of a link between the gut. Microbiome in your generation in any mouse model since our paper. There have been a number of publications showing a link between the microbiome and parkinson's disease in mouse models and also in alzheimer's disease as you're referring to new generation more broadly is other laboratories not ours have now shown that microbiome in mouse models of alzheimer's disease contributes to hallmark pathology and contributes to cognitive decline again. We showed in in parkinson's in parkinson's mouse model the gut microbiome contributed to motor symptoms..
Mindset for Life
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Mindset for Life
"Welcome to the Mindset for Life Podcast. Thank you so much for being here just to talk with me about a mindset for moving up. My name is Bethanie I've Hansen, been and an educator for twenty five years and a coach since 2016. I really enjoy working with people on meeting their potential, developing weaknesses into strengths, and learning to turn their strengths up or down depending on the need and the situation. I have coached a lot of folks in academic and educational arenas, as well as business technology, government, and a lot of other corporation- type of entities. Whatever organization you're in or whatever you do for a living, I can guarantee that at some point, we all do something called " moving up." Moving up is about changing our status and our thoughts about ourselves and our responsibilities. And maybe even changing our official role. Moving up means we have left where we're at and we're doing something new. Maybe we got a promotion. Maybe we became a manager or changed jobs. Maybe we changed our specialty or classification. Perhaps we changed cities entirely and it put us in a new game. Whatever it is, moving up means that we have left what we've been doing and we're going to do something new. And to us in our minds, it feels like the something new is something much more challenging. Most of us believe that promotion or increased responsibilities mean more pressure. We often believe that moving up, we need to show up better now-- like we somehow need to flip a switch and just be a different or better human being. Chances are, if your moving up story is about promotion, there are two different kinds of things going on here. The first one is it just might be that you're at a place where you're moving from being a " doer" all the time to being more of a " thinker." And in a lot of leadership and management roles, that is exactly what moving up means. We've been the one checking the box, doing things that create the results right there on the frontlines things and now when we're moving up we're starting to think about the vision the direction the goals we have professionally the goals we have for our team. The goal we have for those people we lead or teach the goals. Our organization has for all of us to move forward. There are so many more wheels in motion that we realized when we move up. And if you're transitioning between doer and thinker type of leadership this is a really big transition to make it evolves mindset changing where you see yourself as providing value for thanking generating vision and leading people and not always having to do every single thing. This is very important to your success and managing
Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Today story isn't supernatural in itself but the mystery is so baffling it borders on other worldly. It takes place in norway in the late fall of nineteen seventy it sunday morning november twenty ninth and a professor and his two young daughters go for a hike. They're headed for a forest outside of bergen. Which is a city on norway's southwestern coast eventually they start climbing up a hillside above an area called e. stolen. Which is norwegian for ice valley. It's this gloomy desolate place surrounded by steep rocky hills and it also has a strange history. In the middle ages. People supposedly came to ice valley to take their own lives and more recently. It's been the site of a lot of fatal hiking accidents with this morning. The families just enjoying the fresh air when the oldest girl see something. It appears to be a body laying in between some rocks on the hillside. And it's been burned from what they can tell. It belongs to a dark haired woman between the ages of twenty five and forty. But she's so badly mutilated that her facial features are impossible to recognize. Her hands and arms are raised up near her chest in oppose that often seen on burn victims and she's wearing regular clothes nothing appropriate for hiking it so creepy and shocking that the family turns right around and leaves. You gotta remember. This is nineteen seventy so there are no cell phones which means that they have to walk all the way back through the woods to report the body all wondering if whoever killed this woman might be following them but they get back safely and soon a group of police trekking up the hillside overlooking the valley as soon as they start examining the body they noticed something strange. Only the front of the woman is burnt. The back of her body is completely fine. There's a definite smell of burned flesh in the air so they know that this is the place where she caught fire. She wasn't carried here after the fact and later they find a drop of gasoline on a fur hat. That's laying underneath her body but other than that. There's no evidence of an actual fire no charred logs or fuel containers. It looks like she or someone brought a bunch of items along and set them on fire to. There's a couple of shriveled plastic bottles that seemed to have just contained water a plastic cover for a passport and a melted rubber boot. The only things that haven't been burned are the women's jewelry a pair of earrings. A ring these have been carefully placed beside her in an almost ceremonial way. And there are some pieces of clothing strewn around but all the labels have been cut off same thing with the clothes on the woman's body and when the police inspect the melted plastic bottles. They noticed the names on the bottom have been rubbed out the police. Keep the body on the hill overnight until they've finished all their forensic investigations and the following. Day november thirtieth. They bring her charred remains to a hospital in bergen for an autopsy. Then they go to the press they tell the papers that a body of a young woman with dark hair and medium build has been found and they ask anyone who might have seen her to come forward. Meanwhile the bergen police team up with the national crime investigation service in oslo called creep. Ohs to begin a full inquiry into who this woman is. They run her fingerprints through the national police register. But there aren't any matches so they turn their attention to any unclaimed luggage at railway or bus stations and on december second baguette. Lucky two suitcases have been sitting in a luggage room at the bergen train station for over a week. They were checked in on november. Twenty third so six days before the body was found and at first. The cops. don't know if these are hers. But there's a fingerprint. On a pair of sunglasses inside that matches exactly with the fingerprint from the woman
ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"It's there so there's good and bad. I mean you've touched on a lot of bat. Most of the bad is relate related to the online stuff which unfortunately has been sort of in the bad section since the two thousand sixteen game. Yeah and basically still hasn't really been addressed Which is really really odd. Because a lot of launches used that have been around hitman. Three was survey shoes and with importing progression stuff. Were also there in hitman to when you had to import progression stuff from hitman. One into that game. Yeah i do. I mean i do think it has to be said. I think it's really admirable that that they are implementing and offering the feature of like of importing your progress from the previous games into your into the game and allowing you to play the older levels through hitman. Three just as they did hitman too. I think that that's really really great. It's just that to get there. You have to go through a lot of hoops. And it's really I can't be really really counterintuitive like xbox especially at a lot of issues It had a lot of shoes with bantu and hitman one. It implementing have been wanting to hit. And it's had issues with implementing hit to into. It meant three now. I am playing it on xbox It looks great on that platform the xbox one x like i'm getting i think near sixty frames Feels that way anyway and yeah. It looks looks really good. Lighting is significantly improved reflections to and they've carried. They've carried that over into Into the older levels so the older levels now have improved lighting and reflection clothing textures have also improved much sharper like clothing textures had actually sort of been somewhat downgraded from the twenty sixteen version to hitman to a little bit. We're a little bit more bland The only thing is. I think forty seven now looks a whole lot younger. He's getting the sam fisher treatment where he's getting younger forever game so he basically looks he looks a little too young for me. this time around but but.
"thousand sixteen" Discussed on The Lead
"So i. Could you walk us through. Things unfolded between jared porter amiss reporter while jared porter was at the cubs one. Did they first meet each other. So this reporter. I met jared porter. June twenty six two thousand and sixteen order at this point in time is the cubs director of professional scouting. He's an elevator at yankee stadium. They'd talk briefly exchange cards. That's about it. This is an interaction that that seems fairly normal. Later that afternoon porter begins texting her and according to espn before the day is over he'd ask her to get a drink. Three times he began sending her techs and they corresponded sporadically for about three weeks. Him complimenting her her responding despite a limited grasp of english july nineteenth on july order shifts boyfriend sensor another selfie she replied with one of her own then porter said you're gorgeous. Want war of me question mark and she texted a laugh and said yes order also laughed then send other selfie followed by a photo of himself on a bed with the bulge in the crotch area of pants after sending another selfie. He asked like she again. Texted a laugh and said yes adding. You're not married. He responded nope. Which picture do you like. The most wants to see more. This becomes obviously something where you're starting to realize this might not be a source and she kind of cuts off communication with him from the timeframe of july nineteenth to august tenth. He sends sixty two unanswered text messages including photos that get more explicit in nature and on august ninth he and the reporter went chicago. It wrigley field. I think i just saw your so beautiful. The reporter told espn she felt panicky and she hid to void him a day. Later porter's message. I'll be in la this weekend at the best hotel in america. Can you meet me there. That's evening porter texted. You're missing out next. He sent more than a dozen photos of hotel grounds food and a bathtub. Then a shot of pants with the bulge on a bed finally texted a shot of a fully naked and erect penis. And it really at this point in time becomes a point where it is crossing the line. She told espn. She got help composing her first reply to porter in weeks. This is extremely inappropriate very offensive and getting out of line. Could you please stop sending offensive photos or message. Puerto responded oh. I'm sorry i will stop. I really apologize. Please let me know if you ever need anything workwise and we need to reiterate that this reporter is not from the united states. She doesn't have a grasp of the english language and she needed to rely on an interpreter and players from her home country to really understand what was going on here. Yes she did. And she was in a position where jared porter all the power. He could have helped that journalists he could have given her all the scoops all the news. He could have made her into a big name. A big deal. She can't help him in any way at all minus obviously physically sexually. He's attracted to her. She told the espn that until then she thought it would be awkward to say no to porter's questions and that if she had a better understanding of the language and culture she would have realized sooner what was going on.