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Need Cybersecurity or Data Analytics Skills Training? IBM Can Help

Work In Progress

01:30 min | 10 hrs ago

Need Cybersecurity or Data Analytics Skills Training? IBM Can Help

"Last week. Ibm announced a new initiative to provide more than five hundred thousand workers. Globally with the skills they need to land. Good jobs joining me now on the podcast to talk about. It is just tina. Nixon santio vice president and global head of corporate social responsibility at ibm. Just welcome to the podcast ramona. Thank you for having me. This is a big undertaking. I think five hundred thousand people getting them skilled up for jobs today. Tell me a little bit about what is motivating the company to make this offer at. Ibm we believe everyone should have the chance to succeed. And what's really motivating us is. How technology is changing society. And when you think about the future of automation how people are going to recover from the pandemic. There's a sense of urgency to make sure that everyone has the skills they need to be successful and move into minimum jobs. I think this is something that we need to do. And the reason that refocused on skilling half a million people if for the end of the year is because we believe we have to take big and bold steps to make sure that we provide access to tech skills to work learning skills regardless of anyone's background. We need to make sure that everyone is prepared for the jobs up to the end. The jobs of the future

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Iran's president-elect says 'no' to meeting Joe Biden

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Iran's president-elect says 'no' to meeting Joe Biden

"Iran's president elect says no to meeting president Joe Biden president elect Abraham racy has told reporters in Iran he's not willing to meet Byton meanwhile calling himself the defender of human rights after being almost directly about his involvement in the nineteen eighty eight mass executions of some five thousand people pricey was part of a so called death panel the sentenced political prisoners to death at the end of the nineteen eighties Iran Iraq war I'm Charles Denney this month

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The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

Axios Today

01:49 min | 3 d ago

The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

"Two thousand eighteen. Almost seven hundred thousand people in the us were charged for possession of marijuana. Black people were almost four times more likely to be arrested for possession than white people despite the fact that both groups use marijuana at similar rates for a long time because of the so-called war on drugs of the eighties and nineties. These disparities were the primary story of marijuana people of color in the us. But now that story is. Changing as marijuana is legalized in more states. Across the us and growing into a multibillion dollar industry black entrepreneurs are trying to reclaim the plant that crushed their communities for so long black entrepreneurs like gmo modern. I saw this as an opportunity to say if i watch people my community get arrested for this. Why can't i help people my community enter from the legal quote unquote right governmental legal standpoint of this and seeing where we can seek those opportunities. Jia runs her own. Pr firm gb m. communications and public relation services for marijuana businesses. She started her company in two thousand twelve after working goldman sachs for fifteen years three years after starting her company into the marijuana industry. This was in twenty fifteen. Twenty seven states in dc had either legalized medical marijuana or decriminalized marijuana possession but it was instill is illegal at the federal level. So entering that space meant carrying the stigma of working in what many still considered to be an illegal business. My gut never said. Stop what my gut said is back. Be prepare. that you're gonna get a lot of flack keep coughing

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US COVID-19 Deaths Hit 600,000, Equal to Yearly Cancer Toll

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

US COVID-19 Deaths Hit 600,000, Equal to Yearly Cancer Toll

"As two of its biggest states lived most of their covert nineteen restrictions the nation's pandemic death toll has hit another milestone the pandemic's now killed more than six hundred thousand people in America as tallied by Johns Hopkins University average daily virus deaths are now around three hundred forty a tenth of January's peak with more than forty percent of Americans now fully vaccinated more governors are dropping restrictions like California's Gavin Newsom we are here June fifteenth to turn the page and Andrew Cuomo in New York we can now return to life as we know it new Yorkers will still have to wear masks in schools and on subways not so in Maryland where governor Larry Hogan says the state will not require masks anywhere Sager mag ani Washington

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More Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Was in US by Christmas 2019

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

More Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Was in US by Christmas 2019

"A new study suggests that Kobe nineteen cases were in the United States weeks before health officials recognize them the first U. S. case a corona virus to be identified was a man from Washington state who returned from a trip to Wuhan China on January fifteenth a new study published in the journal clinical infectious diseases looked at blood samples from more than twenty four thousand people across the country collected in the first three months of twenty twenty the researchers found seven participants three from Illinois and one from Massachusetts Mississippi Pennsylvania and Wisconsin had evidence of coronavirus antibodies in their blood lead author Kerry all toft says one of the Illinois cases was affected as early as Christmas Eve some skepticism greeted the reports researchers said they use multiple types of test but some experts say can be difficult to distinguish between antibodies from different types of corona viruses the results do match a CDC study published in December of twenty twenty that suggests the corona viruses in the United States as early as December of twenty nineteen I'm Jennifer king

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Japan Makes Vaccine Push With Olympics Looming

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Japan Makes Vaccine Push With Olympics Looming

"Japanese companies have joined the effort to speed up the country's logging coronavirus vaccine bowed out ahead of the start of the Tokyo Olympics next month the C. E. O. of energy and technology giant softbank has visited in the office of affiliate we work with medical professionals being inoculated with the maternal vaccine softbank plans fifteen such sites to vaccinate one hundred fifty thousand employees and their families on an additional one hundred thousand people residing at the sites Japan's vaccine vote out who's been the slowest among developed nations with only about five percent of this population fully vaccinated and the hope is a business push would accelerate the rollout I'm Charles the last month

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More Than Writing Code With Dr.Neeta Trivedi

Software People Stories

02:00 min | Last week

More Than Writing Code With Dr.Neeta Trivedi

"If we can start with your origin story how did you get into though you hi. I'm really excited to be part of this and allows me to also to fresh lots upward memories and so i was disciplined by the back end reflecting. I come from a very very modest background. Lower middle class family and the video all down. Even the dreams are modest because nineteen eighty-four The was not so much there was no internet not division netflix's nor discovery channels in salon. So they didn't know too much outside world end Across a small town. So maybe you just one thing has shown that i wanted to do something like it should be different. Should be big. What is that big. That clarity was not bad so we talked about maybe we can become college professors or maybe not engineering college professors. That was largely a dreams. One thing for sure bet. You should study a lot of maths and physics because that's when you'll be essential that's on. I knew and we grew up. Got very good teachers. From primary school onwards they were passionate about building human resources not not just teaching and making many. Thanks the very fortunate in rhode small incidents that when my parents started the would not afford the fee and they wanted to would mean a government. School leaders came to my house. And saying you can pay the fee later. Don't take her out. I mean that's unheard of in general so grew up in that environment really nine thousand people in ninety nine hundred seven whenever completing busy in physics chemistry math because we didn't have engineering college in the town and i don't think my parents would have sent me outside at that age then even financially. Maybe they could not so of. I was finishing my own. That fame be heard about this diario program

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Shrewd Invoicing Tips Every Smart Business Needs to Know About

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

02:01 min | Last week

Shrewd Invoicing Tips Every Smart Business Needs to Know About

"Us understand what customers do when they get an invoice. And where the these pinch points. Friction can a her so hannah. When i talk about this stuff sometimes it's pretty Pretty easy everybody can do when i'm about what we're going to talk about today and people will say. Oh that's not true. I don't do that. And i don't do this but i'm here to tell you that the information that i'm going to share comes from my readers I have a free easiness. Goes to ten thousand people. And i ask questions in it. And the intimation of put together For this tip sheet that we've been talking about for what we're going to talk about today. And i also give much longer talks on. This comes from things. A told me accounts payable professionals told me This is what happens so anyway. I'm off on a little bit of a tangent. But let's get back to what you wanna talk about. I think it's important that people understand have what happens to their invoices when They send them to be paid. Because if you understand what happens with those invoices Then you'll know how you can address the issue so when an invoice shop and accounts payable to be paid What happens is the invoice process. That takes that invoice and they do what we call the three way match. They match the invoice against the purchase water and against the receiving documents. Assuming that those documents exist and that type of a purchase and then if all three match and it's a big if the invoice is then sent over to whoever initiated the purchase i call the requisition for approval. Now if anything doesn't match if they can't find anything if there's a piece of information missing if they don't know who audited so they don't know who to get the approval from it goes and it gets pushed to the side and it goes on you know What we call the discrepant pile so they have to do some extra

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Police Say Nearly 250 Arrested in Minnesota Pipeline Protest

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:52 min | Last week

Police Say Nearly 250 Arrested in Minnesota Pipeline Protest

"People turned out in pretty large numbers in northern minnesota this week. More than a thousand people there to protest the construction of a new multi-billion dollar oil pipeline a pipeline that among other things would cross through the delicate headwaters of the mississippi river. The protesters are trying to block that new pipeline and all the environmental hazards that it brings with it. A separate group of protesters made their way into one of the new pipelines pump stations. That's currently under construction. They piled a whole bunch of stuff including a vote at the entrance way so nobody could get in or out. The demonstrators then started locking themselves to the construction equipment bodily at at that site that had the effect of shutting down all work on on the pipeline for the day. Eventually police showed up. They started dragging protesters through the dirt to arrest them. About two hundred. People were arrested just at the pump station but the response by law enforcement wasn't just a local one in terms of local minnesota police officers. Look at this. This is a helicopter belonging to the federal government. Us customs and border patrol cv. Pista flew this helicopter. Really low dangerously low over this pipeline protest using the rotor wash from the chopper to blow dirt and debris all over the place apparently to try to get those protesters to leave see. Bp now says they are investigating the use of that helicopter. You're not supposed to use a government helicopter like that even if it is against protestors especially if it's against protestors this pipeline which is called line three it's pipeline by a company called bridge it was approved greenland under president trump. The protesters are pushing for president biden to suspend the permit for the pipeline before construction on it finished about two hundred. Protesters are camped. Out along the pipeline. Saying we won't stop pushing. They're not saying they won't leave

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Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

Cafe con Pam Podcast

02:34 min | Last week

Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

"Though we have this gomez like behold ball and like. Put your head down to get to work. I think and you share it in the book. When the ceo said think like an owner richard back then was like okay. He asked us to like an owner. And then you started developing distinct and you got the courage to make that phone call roy. So we'll explore that later. Let's take it back a second. Who is literature. What's his heritage mexican. And i was. I was born here. My dad com from a water s. And he moved out paso from el paso. He went to new mexico and from new mexico. He went to southern california where he met my mom. And that's where it all started. But i was born in in what was called a farm. Count everybody in the area that was born. Take greater wass to california's probably about two thousand people. You know what the pretty cool about the history. There's people don't know this. The area that i was born in the ontario airport guadalete california rancho cucamonga. All that was acting the biggest wine producing area in the country. It was bigger than napa valley. That's where i was born in a one room apartment. I was gonna say my birth certificate doesn't have an address. It has a house number cost number eighteen. 'cause you know the gwozdecky. I never met him of course but know he from what i was told you know my grandfather stories of him was he was a good a good man you know. He built the housing for the latino. He built the school he built a grocery store. He built a church. He came from italy so everything was replicated of his hometown which was pretty cool You know my grandpa and my dad really grew up with a challenge. I got a little bit because we got out of there. Like eight years old or something. But you know i'd go back and visit but it was know a wonderful place to for me as a child. You know there was. There was no bathrooms inside. The one room. Bathrooms were outside. You know it was like a college or a school showers and all that and then there was no kitchens. The kitchen again were across the hallway. They were community kitchen. It was big stoves like a restaurant so every morning i had lunch or dinner with ten fifteen different families and you know i learned community because as mama grandma was cooking if you ran out of something the lady next to you would pass it on and she needed something you you pass it on. So i i saw community for san the other thing too that i wanted to say to is a. I'm not an immigrant. But because of being latino in the sixties i was treated as an

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After Volcano Erupts, Residents in Congo Struggle to Find Food and Shelter

UN News

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

After Volcano Erupts, Residents in Congo Struggle to Find Food and Shelter

"Now to our interview which comes from goma when mount gondola erupted on the twenty second of may sending a lava lake across the center of the city destroying homes and almost reaching the airport runway. A un refugee agency team was caught up in the emergency and how to evacuate along with hundreds of thousands of people for a first hand account of these situation and the wider problems. India congo's east his jackie keegan head of. Unhcr's go office complete with a very noisy winged. Onlooker as you'll hear the earthquakes have slowed and are now of less intensity of lord intensity there remains movement of magma underneath the city of goma and a risk of the second eruption following the eruption of the twenty second of may how many people are on the move from goma. The current estimate is about four hundred thirty thousand people who fled goma in immediate aftermath of the eruption on the twenty second or the the order to evacuate on the early morning of the twenty seventh of may there is there is a movement people are coming back to parts of that are considered to be less dangerous but there are still certainly under the thousands of people in different parts of north ski too and even northern south keeble who have fled the threats that we're now there are one and a half million people in goma however and there is talk of a lava stream two and a half miles beneath the surface of the city so if they were to be evacuated they needed to flee where would they go is capacity to help them and even for those who have already fled. I've come back to goma i. I left with the first wave to help my colleagues setup the response in k. If those of us the few of us who've come back to goma need to lead again including the rest of the residents fear then we would need to go west to sake and into south kivu and probably the mountains north of socks and minova where the majority of people are are or indeed go north to ritual and the area north of goma

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Beer Is Latest Vaccine Incentive for Biden 'Month of Action'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Beer Is Latest Vaccine Incentive for Biden 'Month of Action'

"The White House is backing more incentives for Americans to get coded nineteen vaccines considerate a shot and a beer and highs are bush says it will buy Americans twenty one and over around a beer once president Biden's goal of getting seventy percent of people partially vaccinated is met the company says a website giveaway will provide five dollar credits to the first two hundred thousand people to respond when the goals reached so far about sixty three percent of Americans have received at least one vaccine does other businesses and stayed seven offering everything from sports tickets to straight up cash as vaccination incentives Sager made Donnie Washington

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How to Become a Better Salesperson Without Losing Authenticity

The Playbook

02:32 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Become a Better Salesperson Without Losing Authenticity

"How do you become a great salesperson without becoming someone that you're not practice you know. Tony gwynn was my inspiration to be a great salesperson because naturally which i possessed as a salesperson naturally he's to me the greatest all hitter in the world and when i was twelve years old he owned the school baseball and it used to just amaze me not only would he take the time to give back in. Tell me that by helping me. He was learning more about what he was doing but more importantly he would study. The old betamax green screen to see where this release it hours practicing is he. Practicing base is practicing this so much. the greatest hitter. He better three ninety four last season. I couldn't get it. And then when i got a law. School became a salesperson in the stigma. That was related to the salesperson. All the things that naturally were inherent in that stigma of overselling back in selling lying manipulating cheating. I learned that. I had to fight my natural ability by being professional by practicing being open minded practicing being open minded. It's different than seeing everybody's a gatekeeper. Which is initially old old so this is ninety s early ninety sales training solution selling even though they called solution selling was how to overcome things and for me it was ascertaining having an open mind and practicing having an open mind. What does that mean that. There's actually a template number one of denna fighing. i only want to do business with open minded people. Why because i wasted so much time trying to convince close minded people of something reengineer a vision of somebody who has closed mind it takes a thousand times the energy to reengineer or to overcome a closed. Mind that it does to convince her to engineer an open mind and today as i'm an old man like i said because i am in the social realm where before when i was looking for help write something that takes radical humility and open mind. What was interesting is there's two or three people that somebody new that could help me see the math alone of having a thousand people on average that you can help me with so i started realizing the first step in being a great salesperson was finding people with open. Mind having one yourself in practicing having an open. Mind because you're going to attract mines

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Don't Be Lazy Installing Security Updates

Cyber Security Today

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Don't Be Lazy Installing Security Updates

"Keeping personal internet connected devices updated with the latest security patches is vital. It's even more important. These days with people working from home and using personal devices to connect to their place of work but a lot of people delay installing updates or just ignore them. In april kaspersky hired a company to survey fifteen thousand people in twenty three countries to find out why among the findings half said they put off updates. Because they're busy doing other things half put off updates to see if there are any problems reported before installing them forty four percent say downloading and installing updates. Takes too long thirty. Six percent said they sometimes have been late meeting family or friends because a personal device was installing updates have said that it's difficult to keep track of all their families connected devices so that they can keep them updated and sixty two percent of respondents admitted they need family members to help them with updates. Now you might think the putting updates by a few days isn't terrible and you're right although ideally update should be installed within twenty four hours of being notified that one's vailable but eleven percent of respondents admitted that sometimes they've delayed installing an update by more than a few months that's dangerous because cyber-crooks create maur to take advantage of vulnerable systems within hours of company announcing the discovery of fault. So here's a few tips. You may still be able to work while updates are being installed in the background check with your it department where someone knowledgeable for advice said a regular time for looking for and installing updates. You should by now know that. Microsoft updates windows and other products on the second tuesday of every month

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Can Fossil-Fuel-Dependent Wyoming Build a More Diverse Economy?

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Can Fossil-Fuel-Dependent Wyoming Build a More Diverse Economy?

"In wyoming the coal oil and gas industries provide jobs for more than twenty thousand people and these industries generate taxes mining royalties and fees that. Make up about half of the state's revenue so as the country transitions to cleaner energy. And the fossil fuel industry declines. It's difficult to create economic development state. That could kind of make up for these losses. Robert god isn't economist. At the university of wyoming. He says the growing wind industry can help but it will not on its own. Fill the gap. It's very difficult to see renewable energy replacing either the employment or revenue in this state. That's been lost with the decline of fossil fuel production. So he says the state will need to develop a more diverse economy. That's less reliant. On any single industry in the short term that requires education and training for workers and aid for hard hit communities and in the long term it means developing new industries in the rural west to adjust to this new world where fossil fuels are in lower. Demand really requires a fundamental change in the state's economy and that doesn't happen

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What Does Pride Look Like in Small-Town Canada?

The Big Story

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

What Does Pride Look Like in Small-Town Canada?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Sheltering is the co director producer and editor of a new dock from extra called small town fried facial jordan. Before we get into the details. Maybe just tell me. Which small towns did you guys go to absolutely so we went to taber alberta Which has a population of about nine thousand people We also visited annapolis royal in nova scotia and they have a population of about five hundred people and Our last location was in norman wells in the northwest territories and they have a population of about eight hundred people. This documentary is fascinating And i love the idea behind it and we're going to get into the specifics of where you went and what you saw. But can you just start by explaining in general what is so fascinating and meaningful about pride in small town. Canada so My partner of twelve years Grew up as a closeted queer teen in the mid nineties. Much like myself Only she grew up in a small town nestled in the also in the ottawa valley This would have been in the mid nineties when You know the internet and gsa's and all of that good stuff. wasn't readily available to us and In two thousand eighteen her small town Called smiths falls celebrated their first Pride event. I think it was about fifty. People may be that what walked down their main street with their rainbow. Flags and Her mom was there and she got very emotional. And i asked her if she was okay and she said i just never thought i would see this happen. here in my small town

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Vietnam's COVID-19 Outbreak Threatens to Disrupt Tech Supply Chain

Mac OS Ken

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Vietnam's COVID-19 Outbreak Threatens to Disrupt Tech Supply Chain

"Vietnam with serious about not letting code nineteen get a foothold in the country. Appear serious about stopping it. Now that it has i quoted reuters piece here yesterday that said after successfully containing the new coronavirus for most of last year be at phnom now an outbreak that is spreading more quickly. More than three thousand people have been infected and thirty of it sixty three cities and provinces since late april as those numbers go up the country is reaching out for help and those numbers are going up. A report from bloomberg says vietnam has reported more than four thousand local virus cases since the twenty seventh of april as the country has become a more important part of the tech supply chain. It's asking the companies for which it makes things to make covid. Nineteen vaccine available. According to the report. Vietnam is asking south. Korean electrics manufacturer samsung electronics and other foreign companies to find covid nineteen vaccines for their workers. As the nation grapples with a virus surprising surge apple suppliers foxconn and luck share both up plants in vietnam plans that have seen disruption to the recent rise in vietnam of covid nineteen. Well it would be crazy. If apple was not one of the company's petition for help securing vaccine samsung as the only company mentioned in that context specifically

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UK Offers Mass Jabs in Rugby Arena to Counter Virus Variant

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

UK Offers Mass Jabs in Rugby Arena to Counter Virus Variant

"British health authorities are aiming to vaccinate fifteen thousand people at London's Twickenham rugby stadium on Monday this part of the race to contain a fall spreading corona virus variants the walk in vaccination center at Twickenham home of England's national rugby team is offering first jobs without an appointment two people from north west London a hot spot for the very end health officials in the north west England town of Bolton wishes had the highest rates of the new variant sake infections are starting to pull off to a master stink and search box nation campaign that the variant first identified in India accounts for a majority of new cases in Britain which is seeing a rise in infections after weeks of decline Charles Taylor this month London

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"thousands people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"thousands people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The nineteen thousand people in LA county and has led to nearly nine hundred deaths let's take a look at some other totals from our area let's head over to Orange County where they are reported one thousand nine hundred sixty nine cases and thirty eight virus related deaths riverside county three thousand four hundred nine cases and one hundred seventeen deaths San Bernadino county one thousand seven hundred thirty two cases and eighty two deaths the worldwide death toll from Colbert nineteen has passed two hundred three thousand more than fifty three thousand people have died in the U. S. that's according to Johns Hopkins University the virus has infected more than two point nine million people for map of all the current cases in southern California you can check out our website KFI AM six forty dot com keyword coronavirus news brought to you by Mike diamond the smell good plumber the twenty twenty Ventura county fair is still on for now the president of the Ventura county fairgrounds board of directors says no decision has been made by the board to cancel or postpone it based on guidance of the governor or health officials state and county state home orders prohibit large gatherings like the fair the fair is set to run from August fifth through August sixteenth more than three hundred thousand people attended last year's event White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berks is pushing back against criticism over president trump's remarks about disinfectants possibly being used to treat the corona virus that was a dialogue he was having between the DHS scientists and himself for information that he had received and he was discussing Dr Burke says trump understood that they shouldn't be used as a treatment and trump says he was being sarcastic the country's top infectious disease expert says re opening the country has to be done in steps I am warned the public and I'll do it here that the process of getting back is a multi step process in which you must pass certain step points which we call the gateway to go into phase one phase two and phase three Dr Anthony Fauci took part in an online panel yesterday for the National Academy of sciences he also talked about the need for increased testing in the U. S. former democratic Georgia representative Stacey Abrams has criticized the governor's decision to open the state of Georgia we are not ready to open and this is a dangerous decision we cannot open an economy when the people who will power that economies are at risk Republican governor Brian can't allow places like gyms to reopen on Friday.

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"thousands people" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"thousands people" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"You know relative utilities of certain things and I thought no no. We have heuristic. We don't we don't our brain doesn't go. He was talking about You're in the subway. To packed. The door starts closing on somebody as a thousand people in the training. You hold the door because you see the distress on that one person to get the door and now you've you've maximized utility of the one person but you've screwed up the two thousand in the train by holding the train a few minutes. The utility is not maximized. But I thought no no does it. We have a rule of thumb heuristic. We see somebody in distress. There's some advantage through evolutionary history for us to that person above and beyond the utility to the general public. We seem to have evolved in such a way that heuristic Louis we go after that right and that's and that has helped humanity survive and so the idea of always putting utilitarian sort of calculus on everything. I'm not so sure it's it's the right thing to do you know. For instance for instance when? You're all hanging bullets. W when you catch baseball right. Are you calculating the trajectory of the Ark of the balls? It goes to the. Are you calculating where you need to stand? No you know what you're doing you're putting your is at a fixed angle versus the ground and you're moving your body and such way that drives hold that angle. You're I stay I on the ball and your eye on the ball is always in the same spot and you move around to keep that angle from the ground bussing your Istiklal automatically not because we need to calculate the Ark of the ball on the trajectory and the speed. We don't do that. We come up with shortcuts. We do and I don't think we make enough of the the the the beauty of that We Wanna put all kinds of stuff on top of it you know. It's an anatomy problem to calculating things and thinking things through but I'm not sure they're better than just kind of the rule of thumb we operate with. It's kind of what we've been talking about. You know with the oppositional defiance and all this stuff that goes into that same category well I of course land a little on the side of. What about the thousand people in the subway? Yeah I think there's room for both I think there's a traffic version of this where I just see people doing what they're doing in traffic going. You are fucking over this entire freeway because of the way you're acting sometimes like I've seen it. I've seen it happen where it's like. Somebody stops or car not at a stop. Sign not at a not at a intersection. And there's some guy who's on the sidewalk who clearly wants to Jaywalk and this person stopping and going like come on by and it's like first things first. That person WHO's Jaywalking. Should go over one hundred yards to the fuck and signal and press the button number one number two. You're you're in the guys waving you off and you're going like come on. Go ahead and it's like you're making this decision for everyone behind you and you're gonNA cause an accident because we were just motoring down the highway. Now you've decided to be Huron ristic it. So there's an. There's an overdoing version of this right. You're there has where you don't calculate anyone around you right or who's behind you or what what that deal is there's deep there. There's there's that so i. When it comes to notions of traffic even things that have to do with education and Sanitation. And all this kind of stuff. I don't want much of that involved. I want super nuts and bolts. Yeah with that whatever works you know. They go well like you know they go. Well Kasur a child doesn't learn this way I go. So what if the other thirty kids in a class do learn that way? Then that's the curriculum. Yes that one kid is going to have to figure it out right. Can't hold the door for him. Yes we have the The uris stick technique. You have a Wikipedia Definition of it so here ristic for a short is an approach to a problem problem solving our self-discovery that employs a practical method. That is not guaranteed to be optimal perfect irrational. But which nevertheless sufficient is nevertheless sufficient for reaching an immediate short-term call They might be better ways to do it. But we've evolved. In such a way that these these rules of thumb we have motivational systems attached to them too. But I agree with you definitely go too far for for unaware of a context right. Yeah I have to have awareness to at the same time. People don't like it's it's a funny thing like it's a it's a there's like a contextual thing that people have a lot of difficulty with which is like have you guys Gary Matt. I work for some reason. I'm fixated on people who won't turn right at a red when holier wolf. Tell me if you've experienced this. There's a person that's not turning right. And you're behind them of course and the lights red at some point the traffic coming the other direction. That's moving away from you going perpendicular to you at some point some of those car start turning left and it's like their car's turning left you turned right and someone was speeding the other direction. It would hit the car's turning left before. I would say it's okay for them to turn laughed. You certainly can turn right. The definition of no traffic coming because that person is turning left. There's a line of cars turning left and you still won't go right where did not let you know from sort of environmental perspective like where you are like. How much safer could it be to go right? There's a line of cars turning left going the other direction. I get that once in a while over here on the Western. Yes yes so why do you not middle-age person? Why is this something you're unaware of when you're driving a vehicle I don't wear? These are teenagers from Middle Age. People who have been driving presumably for years. Is this how you go about it? And then who do you interact with because if I was married to you and I was in that car. I've fucking hit you over the head with a fucking rolling pain if you weren't turning right like I don't know who that who is that. Who are they? This was back to my next preoccupation. Which was the scatter of I? Q We argue about what you measure. Let's talk about. I can't yeah so there's a you know there's eighty seventy percent or between eighty five and one fifteen and two hundred is the main but they're still two standard deviations eighty percent seventy percent. Sorry seventy percent is between eighty five and one fifteen was already kind of struggled a bit right so And when you get two standard deviations you're getting into the zone of people really aren't processing normally to two standard deviations which is down near like at sixty the IQ sixty to eighty five that kind of thing. Why is that to fifteen point? Okay so so we get into two standard deviations right okay who increments below the riot mean right and that half the population is below the mean. Half we said seventy percent between eighty five and one fifteen but half are below one hundred. Oh half blow hundred zero. I say the mean right. Hafer blow the me not the bomb. Yeah Yeah Salata that. And we're not allowed to factor that anymore for some reason we are allowed to talk about that I- factored in on a daily basis. People aren't smart enough to sort of thing that might be a processing problem with whoever's drive that car I mean really stop processing. What is what is your way. Or what is this way of measuring IQ tests which people argue is not really measuring intelligence but it relative intelligence is definitely measuring something about relatives. Something but one person versus another. What would you use? I use a oftentimes Language the use of language in the sort of processing of the use of language a lot is sort of yardstick to measure intelligence that it is one kind of surprised people that can really spin language may not made up anything under it. I'm not talking like Nipsy Russell. I'm talking about I there people. I know who speak with great clarity. Yes if you can get a clear concept with language with the specially with economy of language. Yes right somebody's Martin. I do talk to people all the time where I go like. Where are you GONNA go? I'm at the shop and I'll go. You're at the shop at the shop. Okay well Are you working on five ten? Oh no I'm at the the new warehouse and I go. Okay how would I ever put so perspective? Take if I said where are you and you just say at the shops. I I ever know that you're at the new attention paying attention to somebody who's calling me and perspective on that person. He doesn't know where I am. He's calling from the road. I have to give him all that in order to answer his question. People don't do that no I've I've had this. I think attention is one of the flaws right now. Attention Mechanism Oh no attention and a lot of the attachment stuff at the tied to attention. They turns out. Attention is related to time spent with mom early with her paying attention to you. Where are you talking? Oh attention yeah. Well that's interesting. I didn't have that relationship with my mom lead. You were talking about the first two years. I don't know I'm GonNa just go live go. She every part of her game was banned. Like I think what we're what we're saying is if I was a basketball coach and I just watched a guy go out there and dribble the ball office. Shins during tryouts in wanting to the stands and stuff like that and then he tried to dribble it again. Ran On the court and he tripped. I would assume he. He wasn't lights out from the three point. Stripe Watt. How do we know? We haven't seen him shoot and I'm like he can't make it down the court. I don't think he's GonNa pull up at the three stripe in drain it right. You know what I'm saying. I'm just doing that math on my mom. I'm being kind are yet. I assume she was horrible but she's horrible. From two to fifty five. She's got to be fat from Sierra to right right. I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt I got. Yeah but the attention thing is something I had to work on when we started doing love line while I was going to say that. What if somebody had measured your Iq? Before that you didn't have the reading language stuff he hadn't developed yet it would have made you fall out on the IQ tests even though it wouldn't have measured your Iq. I took an Iq test online. And I just picture of a dunce cap popped up a number. I don't think that's kind of criticism. We're much no no like I took an online. Iq Test I got like in the seventies for something. And the reason I got into the seventies is I couldn't read right the question fast enough right in the time. A Lotta basically couldn't read so that's the kind of criticism people make up an. It has to IQ tests..

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"thousands people" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"thousands people" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Client three. Go appoint this when Gary Line one to never seemed to be lit up should get all right if if line one or two is off. The table is her way to make line three line. One and line for line two and I know it involves some labeling and stuff but it's always it's always a little counterintuitive is that that seemed like something we could work out if this is GonNa be this way. It's a request we can make of Charles but a Lotta things change with the phone lines where Charles came in and was trying to improve our system and it. The short answer from Charles seems to be that in order to make everything worked as the best way possible and be all working is prohibitively expensive so we just removed one and two from your last can put pieces of tape over those buttons or something. Yeah numbers different number. Rather proposed you could pop those buttons off so there's not even there. Okay we'll get to that but yeah. I think this going to be the way we're doing it. Let's let's just get rid of him. I always somehow look down and don't do the math right jack. Fifty one Florida Hi guys. I know why you're frustrated. When people say Castro started started a literacy program or Hitler somebody to see this bird. I can tell you exactly why it drives me nuts. It's because they're unwilling to nominate what they just said. As either point or evidence to appoint all right WANNA fan well. Yeah what what what drives me nuts is. It's it's neither fish nor fowler here nor there to me everybody you know. I mean probably had a team that he rooted for soccer team and he's probably a great fan and he may these people that are horrible. Many are great parents. You know or grant pet owners or just whatever just pointing that evidence. Is that evidence to a point in other pet owner. Is there evidence of what am I? Do ask Bernie is being intellectually dishonest. And he's not a clear thinker. I don't find him to be clear thinking. Because when somebody says you WANNA propose a seventy percents Across the Board Rate Are you paying seventy percent he goes? Are you paying? That's not a clear thing. And then what then? He's a child because he then accuses the person making more than him which in his way is going to shame them in the Public Square. And you don't make as much as you like. We're all supposed to go. Yeah that's a bad person makes a salary right away. Both somebody is not a clear thinker. Somebody says he started a literacy literacy program. And you say therefore what because. I don't know if you're making a point. Rinus evidence to a larger point and if they can't say either or then they are not a clear thinker. And that's what's driving you crazy. Well tries me crazy. Drives you crazy. They're not. I don't know that they're not thinking clearly. I assume they're lying and Anderson Cooper and whoever need to press them and follow up. So what what what are you saying when you say? He has a literacy program. Exactly what are you saying which is another way? I think what is your point? Is that as you're offering this as right as evidence toward a larger point. 'cause I dare you to make your point says when you do and you line up your ducks in terms of point versus evidence. You're going to be exposed either as stupid or a liar completely concur Jack. You have a question of the role big question. I had a toxic relationship I dealt with recently and when it hit the thrusters like Ripley at the end of alien and watched him struggling in Outer Space L. Good but it took me a long time to identify this as a toxic environment and then to to deal with it but once I did it rock and roll. So that's my question you guys have. You had it what you do and do you go somebody or do you really hit a thrusters and say. Here's why I'm never going to talk to you again. What do you do depends what you mean by the vague and non talk about evidence to appoint There's no meaning really too toxic relationship other than somebody behaving in a manner. That is unpleasant. So what exactly how do you? How do you identify what are you talking about? Yeah your relationship is like the radiator of your filled as it does with toxins contaminants. Okay you and I am a relationship no different than an automobile. And it's a tax. It'd be flush flush flush radiator. Okay Jack. Yeah so how do you? How do you identify it really ship? It's no good one. I'm asking what do you do all right? I'll tell you what to do first things first. There's a repetitive nature. To it. You are asking this person to do something sometimes correction sometimes. They're just chronically late. Other Times they've forget things that benefit you but that's always benefits them sort of thing you know and a pattern starts to merge any relationships it's it's a ping pong match and you're just hitting the ball and going and picking it up and bring it back and you start to realize that this seems this person is borrowed money seems to forget to pay me back or seems chronically be laid or we don't we don't. We don't have this sort of balance in this relationship. If you're if you're reciprocity. Reciprocity if you're tuned in you'll have a bouncer. At least the reciprocity need for to feel like a worthwhile relationship right and look even on a just a cash on a casual basis Tucker Carlson's been over here a couple times and he comes to L. A. And he goes. Hey could we set up in your shop and film knockout some bits? And could you show up and get a little makeup on and whatever and go? Yeah Okay and then I say to them. Hey when we're done how about you come over to my studio. It's one hundred yards away and we sit down and we knock out a little one on one with unique goes okay. But if he said I'm really busy I gotta get back to the west side. He could do that but if you did it. Four times in a row. I'd go wait a minute. I don't really think this is a balanced relationship. Now as it is I go over there and knock out some bits on his show. He says it. Gets you know a lot of traction on the website and then. I had at some point I said I'm hey you're GONNA you said. You knew Andrew Yang. Can you hook me up? And he goes. Yeah here's Andrews now. I'm helping him and his thing he's helping me get Andrew Yang. That's what that feels like. But if it just keeps happening one direction then you have to stop and go Maybe this isn't really a relationship. Maybe this is this person calling me up when they need something or using the more extreme of course of course. But but there's there are circumstances where you need to hang in maybe don't have to but need to its job or it's your mom or what but here's my take on on that and I now I don't if Tucker. Carlson came back in six months and said Hey. Could we get some more? I'd go oh you know if it was going that way. I wouldn't say now because you don't do my shit right and so I'm not gonNA do your Shit. I would just go. Oh that's a bad day to film at the studio. Were doing a dock. We already got shit setups. Sorry we'll take a pass next time and then once you pass on it a couple times and they get the hand right that that goes away. You don't have to settle people's hash explain to them. Why and before they slough off and then you go like. I'm talking about four years right. That's that's where it'll go now getting into a big match not not now now with the family. I do that my family as well. But you don't have to sit down and talk to me just Kinda but with family. There's there's pieces of the relationship that are for you. Not for them. In other words you're not getting in getting out of the relationship but maybe you do want to be a good son so there may be things you WanNa do for yourself in that function as being a good son even though you're not gonna get anything back from the relationship Same thing with boss are like my job. I WANNA do a good job at that job. It makes the boss happy. I don't care I know I'm going to get out of the boss for me but for me. I'm doing a good job. Yeah no I agree so it depends on the relationships in the context spends a lot of things. And how bad is it after all? Well you have to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. You know when you say you know. Hey Tucker when we're done with your thing could you come to my thing? Ooh Yeah we got hard out. We've got to be on the west side of five. You have to go okay. Maybe true Canadian could I WANNA HELP? You is this could've stock. Could one hundred percent betrayal when it happens four times in a row? Now you have to start to think about somebody with that debt of reciprocity would start to go. Hey Adam I know I asked you to film this thing over here. You know what life with figure out how we're GONNA get your piece in here. Is scheduled clearly messing things up. How are we going to help you? That's true and by the way once they do two or three times I've said to him We're going to film some. Oh here when we take a walk over here and lay something down. He went okay then the fourth time he can say. I gotta be on the West Side. I got a thing because I'll go well. Of course that's true because the three other times bring up my other topic. I wanted to get into. Which is the idea of something? Called here ristic's hold on a second. Hey Jack Yeah you don't have to jettison people just sort of slowly walk away and close the door and okay and you'll know if you need to get rid of 'em if an instinct your about your instinct has to constantly be calibrated if to be celebrated a lot of Childish thinking results in instincts that are wrong Careful so ristic. Sorta like rules of thumb. What do we call it who H. E. U. R? I S. T. I see here ristic. What areas up some EU or tilt your mic appetite? So you're talking more down the barrel more even sorry ristic's Kind of rules of thumb like I was thinking about. I was listening to some lecturer economists and he was talking about. You know that are. We should be calculating..

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"thousands people" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"thousands people" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr Drew. Show on podcast one so yeah. I think people are not paying attention anymore. And we're going to talk a bit about that talk about kind of centrally rules of thumb things we've evolved to it and I kill Ya. Iq To get into that. That's right so we get it all that but I I'm GonNa tell you about research showing how important sleep is of course for energy and physical performance overall. Health sleep is fitness. I worked in a aging home for Alzheimer's patients. And when I talked to families about these guys lot of captains of industry and the admirals ships and I thought Oh maybe stressed as the problem. They'll know what stress they love..

"thousands people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"thousands people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty thousand people have gotten the virus only a dozen of them here in the US Sony will instead launch its latest devices through its YouTube channel Ericsson LG in the video have also pulled out of that technology meeting in Spain the show organizer say they're moving ahead as planned with the event with added health and safety measures the spread in corona virus impacting Boston musicians WBZ's Laurie Kirby has that the Boston symphony orchestra's cancelled is aged toward because of concerns about the corona virus outbreak in China but the down time will be used to perform free pop up concerts at home and now we know when and where the acclaim BSO will throw open the doors to Symphony Hall free of charge this weekend February sixteenth for an impromptu performance W. concert for our city it's also planning a number of concerts at schools homeless shelters and hospitals that won't be open to the general public the cancel tour had scheduled stops in South Korea Taiwan and China I'm Laurie Kirby WBZ's Boston's newsradio investigators are trying to piece together how a bus driver for the MBTA was killed this weekend commuters on the red line would also like to know on any given day at any given hour I can go to any of the MBTA's one hundred forty one stations they get these types of responses.

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"thousands people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"thousands people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Seventy thousand people died from drug overdoses in twenty seventeen sixty eight percent of those were opioid related so far I've checked the the the stats on vaping seven people died in the nation the three hundred fifty million seven people died or buying these black market contaminated cartridges and white there only banning the flavored cartridges like a young Matt bear trap a guy was smoking creme brulee in hand. really. but they leave alone the menthol tobacco flavor so it's it's good they're they're concentrate I can't believe the opioid compares and come on man and the seventy thousand over seventy thousand people died deed in twenty seventeen sixty eight percent involved a of a prescription or opioid is this anything jeopardy host Alex Trebek suffered a little bit of a setback in his battle with pancreatic cancer he's getting chemo again but said the one thing he is not afraid of is death I realize that there is an end in sight for me just as there is for everyone else when I do pass on one thing they will not say at my funeral is he was taken from us too soon Hey guys I'm seventy nine years old I've had one hell of a good life and I've enjoyed and the font of passing on doesn't frighten me the effect it will have on my loved ones yes that bothers me and makes me sad but the thought of myself moving on Hey folks comes with the territory man yeah that's something Alex Trebek wouldn't what an attitude to have gone into something like that pancreatic cancer awful by the way at seventy nine years old that's a he doesn't look seventy nine he looks he looks good for seventy nine get imagine be able to live that long I have my my pap all just passed away it ninety two wow and they lived a full good life I guess my eye my day is like yeah I'm not afraid to die I'm afraid how I'm going to the. like other to death in your sleep by your wife right. drowning in the Atlantic Ocean being eaten by a great white shark. dragging me a hundred feet to the bottom yeah that's it's not it's not winter if I'm going to have is like how good mauled to death by a black bear from the very get go though Alex Trebek has handled this unbelievable unbelievable with optimism and just good for him. because the dividend it looked like he was doing better but they got the blood work back in these gotta do came with chemotherapy again but as our two K. dub I need a little mood music. dateline Ohio. police officers in Ohio. pulled over an Amish buggy with a big boom in awesome stereo system built into it. like a but would you say buggy.

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"thousands people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on KOMO

"A hundred thousand people in downtown Seattle tomorrow here's como su Romero it's a night parade but the street closures start early eight AM for floats near Seattle center on the eastbound side of Mercer at six PM an estimated three thousand people are expected to do the torchlight run starting at Seattle center down fourth Avenue and back then at seven thirty it's parade time it starts at Broad Street goes down fourth Avenue to south Washington about one hundred fifty thousand people are expected to line the streets for the parade which is expected to last till about eleven o'clock Super Mario commodities six so far triple a traffic cover those roads like well we have a new problem now on one six seven in the Kent areas north out one six seven just south of eighty four the collision is now partially blocking the HOV lane causing a little bit of a slowdown we do have it tough the southbound I. five from highway eighteen down through the five curve still that solid traffic southbound I. five from north gate to across the ship canal bridge to Mercer was about five twenty is stuff from the east end of the floating bridge to I. five southbound highway ninety nine a slow go through the tunnel down towards the stadiums southbound four oh five bumper to bumper traffic from five twenty into new castle north on I five is heavy from the Boeing freeway up past highway to and southbound I. five in the Lakewood area that still real struggle from five twelve down through JV LM two to about main gate your next come much traffic at six fourteen Abby Oconee has your forecast after enjoying beautiful sunny and warm weather out there today we're tracking a few changes into tomorrow overnight mostly cloudy.

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"thousands people" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"They put people in the streets of fifty towns across the country, but many of these protests, only a few hundred people in them and the biggest one in Rio de Janeiro in both scenarios stronghold. You know, that had like forty or fifty thousand people, but the student protests on may fifteenth put three hundred thousand people in the streets in Rio. Right. So that the both nor people managed to put fifty thousand people in the guardian created a false acquittal between these two protests as if they were equal size and I saw this having a lot of media and a lot of Twitter. I even saw people associated with leftist publications in the US went out, personally to the right way protests, took pictures of these people. Don't seem to be so. Right wing. They don't seem to be so radical, but the protest was calling for shutting down the supreme court and shutting out congress the Nazi protests in Germany in the early thirties. That was the goal of a protest because the supreme court in congress are fighting with Bolsonaro. So, so then the Sutphin. They had the second one and a lot of people are like, oh, is it going to fizzle out, will it be as big as the first one it was as big as the first one? And those were this past week on the streets, another million people on the streets, then. On Saturday insult poll, the marijuana right smart, fifty thousand people Mistry's doing both both know on Sunday had the free Lula festival eighty thousand people in the streets yelling free Lula and on June fourteenth could be a national general strike all public transportation, shutdown off actors shut down the last big one thirty five million people didn't go to work that day. And, but the difference between the general strike in two thousand seventeen now is that all of the students are on board. The last general strike was successfully blocked present timers attempts to reform. The pensions didn't have a DJ from the students. This is gonna be the so what's so great about it, right? Knows it's the students and the unions together on the streets of Brazil, no protests streets. The pressuring local lawmakers are holding democratic assemblies and public meetings in neighborhoods around. And the country explaining to people what these reforms would do to their lives. You know it's not just put you can't just put people in the streets anymore because the media will always lie about the crowd size of. Fits their needs. So this is a combined action. It's very well organized, various Spiring. Well, that's something else, I want, I want you to laborat- on. And I do just want to note. And I would, you know, the coverage of the guardian in your times, Washington Post, the BBC remains just absolutely abominable. I mean we'll we'll get to it later. But I, I was making the point I was pleased watched the conversation I had about Lula specifically with Anna Cass Burien on the young Turks. And you know what I've been saying regularly on both that interview, and on my show on this show is, you know, even and of course, I think the charges against Liu law, and the persecution of him is one hundred percent politically motivated, and at the very, there's a lot of complexities to understanding what isn't isn't corruption, and how these things function or don't function, particularly in the context of capitalism, and so on, but to make a really simple point when you read a report in his example, the guardian. In your times. They'll still say that Liu LA was convicted on money, laundering charges regularly, or charges related to lava jostle and what's incredible. This is that even according to that metric that isn't fact, not true is convicted on a gifted apartment charge. Which has we always say it has no material evidence based on one plea bargain testimony, but even before we get to that, how ridiculous cases and how it would be thrown out in any objective judiciary? The fact that it's still reported as being convicted other 'nother charge. Just a test to the relentless failure of these media websites in dealing with Brazil..

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"thousands people" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We don't have barriers walls, call them what you want. But if we don't have very strong barriers where people can not any longer drive right across unbelievable vehicles. They make a lot of money. They have the best vehicles. You can buy they have stronger bigger and faster vehicles. That are police have. And then I says border patrol hats. So they're pretty good at that. They have areas that they go to it's like a highway. And we have to close them up. And if we don't close them up, you're kidding yourself. So that we can all play games. But a wall is an SS all of the other things sensors and the drones throw a wonderful to have and it works. Well, but only if you have the wolf you're not the wall. It doesn't matter a drone isn't stopping a thousand people from running through. And so we can all talk. And interestingly if you look every virtually every democrat over the last fifteen years they've approved what we're asking for. So I think we're doing something. I think we're getting closer. But we really have to think about the people of our country. This is not a fight. I wanted I didn't want this. We have to think about the people of our country, and we have to do what's right? And and many other places, but we have to do what's right at our border, human trafficking cannot be stopped. If we don't have a steel barrier or a concrete wall, something very powerful. It cannot be stopped. There's nothing.

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"thousands people" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on WTVN

"Thousand people said to lose their jobs across the US and Canada as GM is closing factories. Details at twelve thirty on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. I didn't get a chance to well. I had a chance I just decided to go directional me finish my thought or close the loop here on this climate change report that oh, man. The tech blogs are just ecstatic. They think they got Trump. Now, Trump tried to suppress the most devastating these people and not just the tech blog. Millennials everybody to believe this wants to believe in the biggest bunch of doom and gloom. It's amazing. They want disaster. And when they're anytime news is produced a counters the belief that we're not headed to disaster. They get mad. Anyway, we get ten years and literally from about the twentieth. Time in thirty years. We've got ten years. But. This latest report says if we don't fix things in ten years, then by the end of the century. You know, how few of us are going to be alive by the end of the century. They haven't the slightest idea what they are talking about. They purposely say that all these disasters are going to happen. So far out that nobody is going to be around to prove or disprove it. It's a series of lies and political BS that is progressing geometrically 'cause they can't convince people to believe it. So they keep coming up with new scare tactics. And.

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"thousands people" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on WGN Radio

"More than a thousand people have poured into one of Pittsburgh's largest synagogues to mourn, the two mentally disabled brothers who are killed in Saturday's massacre among them their sister who lives in Lombard, President Trump is also in Pittsburgh expected to meet with first responders and community leaders the White House saying that the purpose of the visit is to express the support of the American people and to grieve with the Pittsburgh community and many are wondering why hate groups seem to have a fast growing following at this time. John Cohen worked for the department of homeland security and is now on ABC contributor. They were saying something very different today. The primary threat facing the United States comes from individuals who are here. He says homegrown terrorist groups now pose the biggest threat to the US three children were hit by a pickup truck and killed while boarding a bus this morning northern Indiana. They were twin six year old boys in their nine year old sister. Another eleven year old was also. Wounded in that accident, he suffered broken bones. The driver is a twenty four year old woman who is cooperating with police the rounders got their shots. Flu shots that is the governor. And first lady went to Walgreens say to get vaccinated the CDC estimating eighty thousand people died across the country last year due to complications from the flu. Let's get an update now on WGN sports. Here's Kevin Powell. We must have inspired them last night when we all got very brave bills quarterback. Derek Anderson suffered a concussion last night against the patriots. Which means the bears will face backup. Nathan Peterman on Sunday. Peterman throw nine interceptions in seven career games. Bears are tied for second in the NFL with the eleven picks. The trade deadline passing today. The Packers were to deals sending safety ha ha Clinton Dix to the Redskins and running back time a gummy to the ravens lions dealing receiver. Golden Tate to the eagles college football two games in the MAC buffalo against Miami. Ohio Kent state faces bowling green. The bulls have exercised contr. Tracked.

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"thousands people" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on KSRO

"Sunny skies for today topping out at eighty four sixty eight on the coast clear. Tonight low fifty three still in the mid. Eighties for tomorrow partly cloudy. Conditions sixty eight in databa- Friday then back to sunny skies fifty two in rohnert park. At this hour. Fifty one in Healdsburg and fifty two degrees in Santa Rosa, we are awaiting word from Cal. Fire new numbers this morning so far they are not out so here is are. The latest numbers as far as a fires in. Northern California go Mendocino complex fire about eighty thousand acres burned almost twenty thousand. People have been evacuated, between the river and the ranch fires as of last night the ranch fire ten percent contained the river fire rose from five to twelve percent contained seven homes destroyed their roughly twelve thousand structure still threatened in about nineteen thousand people. In, all have been evacuated no new evacuation orders were Issued overnight and no 'cause yet for those fires And Cal fire. Unfortunate reporting a new fire named the ill fire it's burning east. Of the city of co below in Mendocino county the. Blaze began late yesterday afternoon near. Mendocino national forest it's, burned about nine hundred acres it's threatening ten structures and a. Campground evacuation orders were issued. For the surrounding area know. Structures have been damaged no injuries have been, reported the cause of the fire remains under investigation and there are new numbers for the car fire burning in Shasta and trinity counties this morning. Just as have a minute and a half ago now the car. Fire has burned over one hundred fifteen thousand. Acre, so it grew about, two thousand acres overnight thirty. Five percent containment there and that is better news still several people. Listed as missing with regard to the car fire it's now destroyed and it's nearing the one thousand home Mark and damaged. Has damaged about one hundred And. Eighty other homes and the blaze that broke, out July twenty third now the sixth most destructive fire in California history smoke from the Mendocino complex fires causing unsafe levels of air pollution in. Lake County the Lake County air quality management district they should yesterday. A health advisory as a result of particulate. Levels, ranging from unhealthy to, hazardous residents urged to stay. Inside limit physical activity here in the bay area it's not a. Problem that is predictable summer weather.

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"thousands people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To thirty nine thousand people for for every gun which is just an infinitesimal overall figure from the sun so is that a problem and rationally when you have when you look at the numbers and break them down in that way you have to come back with the answer no and from the decision in two thousand and eight are that that that logic still stands we have the second amendment right and that is protected because those firearms are commonly used for lawful purposes and only zero point zero zero zero five percent of that twenty four percent of the population is used unlawfully carl brizzi ninety three wibc thank you producer ethan three one seven two three nine ninety three ninety three our telephone number if you want to weigh in this conversation i do want to go back and look at those numbers that you just cited because i think it's important i don't want it to get lost in sort of the i don't know the babble of all this all this communication you said something like thirty some odd thousand people are roughly thrilled by firearms thirty year but two thirds of those people are suicides so i think you have to take that number almost out of the equation if you really want to figure out what the what the actual harm human being on human being harm is because if there are people who are willing to kill themselves via gun if a gun is not available there's going to be some other method that they're going to be successful at i would imagine you can break down the numbers further because about a thousand seventeen hundred of those eleven thousand are police action shootings oh which are still counted among homicides that's right they are that's right when i was prosecutor every action shooting in marion county that resulted in homicide would go before the grand jury in that grand jury would review every every decision i don't know that that practice is currently being practiced here marion county so you're talking roughly ten thousand victims give or take annually a year of unlawful shootings and what does it again being prosecuted you might have more insight on this figure but something like over eighty percent of those annually are.

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"thousands people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In 93 wibc rob kindle in for tony cat hip has a great example of this you have four hundred thousand people twothirds of which are required to work that means are on your diamond my time am abuse and quick matter i was not a message while we are so bad at math that i took logic in college get around the math acquire my i'd like that so so bear with me are vita of going to try to do this on the fly half of that would be two hundred thousand yet will there be a little high to me to fifty two to fifty thousand people give or take please if it's wrong someone's got a calculator probably i'm just estimator hit two hundred fifty thousand people that are basically free load not the people indiana's not that big of a state it's not that big of a state and eventually as we saw under president trump what happens with indiana is we go we don't want it part of obamacare that's terrible give us the money from obamacare thanks will take care of ourselves we don't want any part of your federal regulars gives the money thanks we got it the way it works it's propped up with federal obamacare mon me that's what it is that's what a hip 20 was mike pence could come up with any creative namely gerber like daniels he called against god after one out afterward oh insuk speech the medicaid thinks stuff obamacare did it just under name 'cause you know bryant if you're if you're thinking about running for president 2016 you certainly wouldn't would be run running on heaven expanded the the obamacare isaiah from an easy gotta and if you were the became the vice president of the luckiest man in the history of the world and we're gonna get beat in reelection for governor and some amazing meeting vice president want a unique pick for vice president expanded obamacare right we can do that either that's what happened it's propped up by federal money and win the federal done he will happen eventually it may not be today it may not be tomorrow the obamacare the medicaid funding from the federal government is unsustainable body with an honest bone in their body in washington will tie even democrats it.

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"thousands people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on KOMO

"Yeah relations so hurry hang one kabir whose germany the most this island of seventy thousand people is on the frontline of climate change one ferocious tool following another now it's very survival may when we arrived the winds will be the sum reappeared but such as the fulson scale of what's happened here that those who tanguieta i don't do the students of what's university medical school an american college based here looking thousand they can leave finally get off the good good any sense of sadness i do feel sadness for the people dominic at it's hard to see a place that you love goes through that the storm put some islanders to the prospect of escape but sometimes with the agony of having to say goodbye to each other is applying you going to stay behind or your own goes the air going on we will stand review the due to me but if you think is no se full your wife annually baby to say no fiji's previously william no one on this island access to running then we sewage systems destroyed fees to diseases like.

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"thousands people" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

960 The Patriot KKNT

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

"The military deserves much thanks for its responsive rich to hurricane rv especially the us coast guard by here the coast guard save eleven thousand they are about eleven almost eleven thousand people by going to win this the way they would not get where they were the president visited with displaced residents during his second trip to texas along with his wife malania serving lunch at houston before he moved to a church and nearby pearland worry help load relief supplies and vehicles he then moved on to lake charles louisiana before returning to washington be while the struggle continues in harvey's wake for several it was 5 6 even seven days ago now that they were run out of their homes by rising water anthem or in their homes with no power people are hungry for a warm at me all and exhausted for next in asleep from stress maybe lack of a dry bed or even as saying up to protect your property from criminals and that's why around twenty four thousand texas national guard cbs are deployed here to help residents of southeast taxes cope with the aftermath of harvey val deore at reporting president trump declared a national day of prayer sunday as the gulf coast reels from hurricane harvey following a lead of the texas governor greg abbott who on thursday declared sunday a day of prayer in the lonestar state officials say about a thousand hurricane evacuees remain at the georgia are brown convention center red cross said saturday a total of thirty seven thousand people stayed in shelters friday night prominent venezuelan opposition activist louis into an tori says she's been barred from leaving the country for plan meetings with leaders from france germany spain and the united kingdom she's alleging that she's being kept from travelling because president nicolas maduro does not want her to speak about venezuela's humanitarian crisis more news more analysis.

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"thousands people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"thousands people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That some dopey libertarians and i love libertarians i've been accused of being a libertarian i am not a libertarian because i have never smoked pot and it is impossible to talk to libertarian for more than forty two seconds without having them say that's why pot should be legal and i've never smoked pot but i think the dover libertarians thought we're going to show by example that the premise that we are told is the white premise which is at all speech sherry allowed even the ugliest speech by allowing the ugly people to speak we can't do that anymore because there's just not enough support for the principle of free speech i'd be curious for this what do you think would happen if there were a rally on behalf of the simple statement every citizens should be allowed to speak no matter how ugly their opinion with those forty thousand people up see i i i kind of reject the notion that the people who showed up on saturday are antifreespeech agree with you because you have the right to show up and say you're thing juror showing up and saying i in their way in and we outnumber you now that with owner the message the rally that inspired them was such an ugly thing like it could have been the they thought it was neonazis we don't know right right and i don't i'm not blaming the marchers for not knowing what's going on i spent like a week try and cheered i i think my walter that you're rented a kid gift shut up on tv with someone tell this guy to go home to homework what so that i wanna ask what skin because this is the part that sticks out to me is is there still on the left that matters of massachusetts because mass uses is overwhelmingly blu an ed here is the principle that free speech is a value in and of itself i say that the forty thousand people would march because about half of them don't believe in free speech they believe as one woman said freespeech hate speech is not free speech which of course is idiotic on space of.

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