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FCC Tweaks CableCard Rules
"This is probably pretty inside baseball, but I know some of you like me. use a cable card at that is capable card. This is the thing the FCC used used to require. the cable companies offer you so you could use your own instead of having to use the cable companies boxer. DVR, the cable card was really Kinda neat idea. It was a credit card device for people old-timers Internet and technology people going back a ways you would recognize it as what we used to call. A P. C.. M. C. I. A. Card P. C. M. C. I. A.. Yeah that that card, there was a credit card but had electrtonics in it. And the idea was it was kind of like nowadays, you could do it with the SIM card truthfully. But this was an old technology around a long time. Nowadays you can do is assume card but in the old days, the cable companies still seems to be living in the old days. They they would make this. MCI Card that you could I left at an end deny PCMCIA. Lot. Letters card. That you would put. In a device, like Tito, for instance, and it would make it the cable box. So you didn't have to use the junky cable walks the cable company provided and you'd read it from them. They're making money on a couple of bucks five bucks something like that. FCC. Has. Just ruled. put a little ruling didn't didn't really pay any. You. Know didn't make a big deal about it and didn't it didn't get a lot of attention. because I think it's a small market. But thank goodness for David Zach. That's Absu. That's not funny. Dot Com. Because if it weren't for him, I might not even be be aware of this. But I use I have three cable cards my house three tvos three cable carts. The FCC has in effect said. We are eliminating a proceeding in which we saw comment on the adoption of new regulations for navigation devices. The FCC calls him devices consumers used to access video programming, and other services offered over multichannel video programming networks, cable networks. and WHO's important part eliminate outdated cable cards, support, and reporting requirements. FCC's Adele worry the market will keep the cable car to live I don't know. According to the FCC. There are half a million cable cards in circulation and they drop every year about ten percent. People aren't using them anymore. You know why? not, because everybody's saying, Oh, I gotta use that comcast box or that Cox box the spectrum by now. Because people are saying, I, just needed her neck. Give Me Internet. I'm I'm I'm curious what you think yesterday Dick Debartolo and I were talking about predictions. We. Had a read back my prediction from two thousand nine, which are wildly inaccurate. But I'M GONNA make. Another prediction maybe possibly wildly inaccurate. I don't think it's could take ten years maybe it'll take five. But more and more of us are going to start getting our our content over the top. You know through the Internet not through the Cable Company and that really in the long run, it might make more sense. For eliminating cable cards just eliminate cable. Not What the cable company wants, but I think that maybe the unintended consequences, this just eliminate the cable. and go over the Internet. Of course, I think most cable companies realized that's the future and are starting to offer more and more on demand stuff over the Internet, and of course, certainly, the content companies no, that's the future. That's why all of a sudden there's HBO Max and Peacock. And Disney plus an apple. TV. Plus these are all over the top. Streaming networks where you you pay a fee, a monthly fee ranging from five to fifteen dollars a month who lose another one, and you get your TV from the Internet, and now you can subscribe to Youtube TV. which. Is really a cable company, but it's just over the Internet fifty five bucks you get your local channels. You get a basic cable package for fifty five bucks over the Internet. How long this is the question I'm posing how long? Before cable companies just become Internet companies. I think that's I think that's happening very rapidly and this getting rid of the cable card is kind of a way of of saying that it's bad for not though. I feel bad for. Tiba owners who have the cable version, the cable variant. But. As you can see, it's not very many anymore. Not. Very many anymore. So the rest of us will either go to you know the the cable provided box which my in my case and I would say suspect many cases is not as good as Tibo offers. Or? We'll just go with a over the top service Youtube TV. It has built in Dvr. You can have six different users can have each have their own. Recording and it's easy. You just press plus on a show and it'll record the show forever. It's got no. I don't maybe there are limits, but it doesn't seem to have any limits on what you can record I. Think it's very easy simple not as there are some things missing. Tibo you can skip commercials I like that they. Put Press. The button boom to just jumps right over the commercial I like that. It's in fact to scrub through shows or move back and forth on a Tivo with a remote than it is on the youtube APP but you know we can live with that. WILL IT BE CHEAPER No No No. I don't think. So there are right now freeways there's a an APP maybe you've seen it called low caste. CAS. Lets you. Watch TV, your local channels free. They're getting away with this, but somehow they are. So there are people help always right enemy say you can. It's cheaper you can get. Pluto. Or other inexpensive solutions, ad-supported solutions and that that's probably the case that'll probably live live on.
Rana el Kaliouby AI, Emotional Intelligence, and the Journey of Finding Oneself (
"And I'll keep this short going to jump straight to the guest. My guest today is a pioneer in emotion. Ai will define what that means. Ron L. CALL UB PhD. Who's also co founder and CEO of Affect Tiba and author of the new book girl coded subtitle a scientists quest reclaim our humanity by bringing emotional intelligence technology. A passionate advocate for humanizing technology ethics and diversity. Ron has been recognized on fortunes forty under forty list and as one of Forbes top fifty women in Tech Ron is a world economic forum young global leader and Co hosted a PBS Nova series called wonders. And she's also appeared on and appears in the youtube original series the age of a hosted by Robert Downey Junior Rahall PhD from the University of Cambridge. And a post. Doc It's doctorate from. It can find her on Lincoln Kelly. Ub TWITTER AT K. L. O. U. B. Y. by the way instagram at Rana Website Ron L. DOT COM Rana. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I'm excited I'm excited to have you on and if so much to cover and I thought I would begin with a question that will hopefully open up a whole different doors. A whole different set of doors. I think is the proper English expression that could potentially walk through. And it's related to a book. This is affective computing crime if. I'm getting any of the pronunciation wrong by. Rosalind Picard A. R. D. How did this book come into your life so I am concerned? I grew up in Cairo and around the Middle East. But at the time this is like nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight. I had just graduated from computer science from the American University in Cairo and my career plan at the time was to become faculty like wanted to teach and so. I knew teach had to do my master's in it was all very calculated and so I was looking for a thesis topic and my fiance at the time went on Amazon and he said Oh. You know there's this really interesting book by this. Mit professor called. Rosalind Picard Called Affect of computing and. We ordered it through Amazon. It took about three months to shift to Cairo. It got held and customs for reasons. I don't really understand but eventually I got hold of the book and I read it and I you know. I think it's safe to say that it changed my life because so so the thesis in the book is that computers need to understand human emotions just the way people do and I read the book and I was fascinated by this idea and it you know I made that my research topic and it became my obsession and it just really changed the trajectory of my life. What besides the thesis in the book had such an impact on your was it just that that world view that perspective or was there more to the book or more to the author. Yeah a great question. Soon let's talk about the author. I so rise is one of the few and I mean this was true back then. It's still true today. She's one of the few kind of female you know. Computer Science Machine Learning engineers professors in the space. And you know I kind of learned about her over the years I've eventually actually. She ended up being my co-founder many years later. But there's a story around that but but essentially I was just fascinated by her and she you know she's a mom she's three boys. I just thought she was like a Rockstar. So that was kind of one part of it but just the way she wrote the book and how she you know. I'm very expressive as a human being and I just really like. I think emotions really matter and are in the way we communicate. Non Verbally is very important and it struck me that when we think of technology that piece of how we communicate is completely missing and I was like. Oh yeah like it seems so obvious so I just got fascinated by the thesis. I got fascinated by the implications. Like what happens when technology becomes kind of clued into how we that's going to open up a whole new world of possibilities and I was intrigued by that. So let's travel back to that point in time you were with your then fiance and this book is ordered at the time. You're planning on becoming a teacher professor. Why were you on that track? To begin with I mean was it. Take us back to Egypt at that time were there. Many women striving to be faculty members in similar departments. I'm assuming computer science or or perhaps it was a different department. Maybe could tell us more. Yes so I went to the American University in Cairo and I study computer. Sciences an Undergrad. At the time most of the faculty were were guys except for one female faculty Dr Hulda Husni which became my role model and my mentor. And I just wanted to be like like she was awesome. She was you know. Very smart. Very approachable very fashionable. And I was like Ooh I like that and and I just wanted to be like her and so devised a plan also geek. I'm a geek and I'm proud of it so I I kind of devised a plan. I was like okay. I'll graduate top of my class which I did and then I was like okay. I'll go get a masters and PhD abroad. Because that's what you do and then come back and I'll join joined the faculty and so at the time because I was getting married to my fiance and he had a company based in Cairo coming to the. Us was not an option because it was way too far so he was like a let you go study in the UK. Because it's close enough so I applied to Cambridge and got in. That was kind of the impetus for going abroad and doing this. Like focusing on this research. So when did you then end up going to the? Us was that a difficult conversation with your family or your then-fiancee walk us through how that happened because it doesn't sound like that would have been just a hop skip and a jump to second conversation so walk us through that experience. Yes okay so then. I moved to Cambridge Right Cambridge University in the UK not not Cambridge Massachusetts and I will Cambridge Cambridge original Cambridge And we got married so basically I got married and got the scholarship to go study at Cambridge and my house. So He's now my husband right. Well he's my ex now but at the time he was my husband he was very supportive. He was like you gotta go. This is your dream. I'll support you will have a long distance relationship now. My family. My parents and his parents were horrified. They were like what you can't do that so so I do like to give him credit for for for making this happen and being supportive so I ended up in Cambridge and he was in Cairo and we did that for five years and towards the end of my PhD Ros Picard was visiting Cambridge UK. To give a talk there. And I ended up meeting her in person and we totally hit it off and she said why. Don't you come work with me at MIT as a post doc and I was like Oh my God. This is like a dream come true. I've been following you like forever and this is why you know like I told her my story. And then I caveat it I said that just you know I've I've been married for the last five years and have had a long distance relationship so I have to go back to Cairo otherwise and I actually really said that. I said otherwise in Islam because I'm Muslim my husband can marry up to four women and if I don't show up eventually he'll just like Mary more women so I said half jokingly right so she was like that's fine just like commute from Cairo and I commuted from Cairo Boston for a good a good three or four hundred years going back and forth between MIT and Cairo. How often did you go back and forth. Or how often did he go back to Cairo? Maybe is a better. What else get so. Initially I would spend a couple of months in Cairo and then go spend like a few weeks and Boston and then I would move with my kids to Boston over the summer so summer break we just all go there and so initially. That was okay. So this was between two thousand and six to two thousand and nine was okay Things began to kind of really follow parts when I decided to start the company so we started to get a lot of interest in technology and displaying. It they really encourage you to spin outright. So in two thousand nine united started affect. Eva and I was literally spending two weeks in Cairo in Boston. Two weeks or two weeks in Boston. It was insane and that was when like just goes out of balance everything was out of bounds unless tough it was tough and and and you know. I'm divorced now. Imagine how that didn't go very well. It was just it was I think. In retrospect it was not a very healthy lifestyle. And I I. I wouldn't want to be in that place again. I wouldn't want others to be in that. I talked publicly about that time yet. Let's let's hop around chronologically a little bit. We're GONNA come back of course to starting the company and that decision but for people who don't have any real firsthand exposure to the Middle East much less. Egypt for instance What was it like growing up in in Egypt and based on at least some of my reading you for instance wore a hit job for quite some time. We're not talking short period of time. Maybe you could also speak to that. Yeah yeah and it sounds like you've spent some time in the you've you've you've been to Jordan. It's time in Jordan of spent some time in a few places in the Middle East but not in Egypt never met each and when I was we chatted a little bit before start recording only have a few words here and there in Arabic but it's Levin Arabic right. It's it's what what you'd run across in Jordan or or the Lebanon and I remember though having many people recommend that I not study the sort of standard Arabic textbook Arabic but that I study Egyptian Arabic because all of the as they put all the entertainment and movies that I might WanNa consume would-be an Egyptian Arabic. Needless to say I didn't get that far but I haven't spent any time in Egypt. Well your Arabic spreading goods and you're right about Egyptian accent. That's kind of the most common but but I think the key thing is like there's no one Middle East. There's no one form. I grew up in a family. That's kind of an interesting way quite conservative but also quite liberal so my parents were very pro education. They scientist the They put all their money towards our schooling and they made a point during the summers that we travel abroad and experienced kind other cultures. And I think that's why like I was so comfortable moving from one country to another and ending up in the United States. Your parents do certain interject. But what is your parents do professionally okay. So my parents met. So my dad taught computer programming in the seventies and my mom was probably the first female programmer in the Middle East. He attended his class and he hit on her and they ended up getting married so so I guess I should give them a little bit of credit for ending up. Being a computer signed sub. Sure they had something to do with that. That's so so they both. My mom was a computer programmer at the Bank of National Bank of Kuwait. So we were in Kuwait for a while and my dad is. He's always worked in technology and culturally. What was it like where you grew up Or or within the family. You said that they were for instance on one hand very lesser with the right a cosmopolitan. Perhaps in their perspective and Dr Related to education and and what what were the other ingredients in the household there was there's definitely like clear gender role so even though my mom worked her entire life. it was always. She was not allowed to ever talk about her job post. You know she would leave work at three. Pm Be home like whatever for pm when we got back from school and that was it. She was never allowed to take a conference call at home. The evening never allowed to travel for work and I didn't realize that until I was an adult like I just assumed this was the way it was but it did hamper her career progression and it was this implicit understanding. That's does your. Oh this is my role and we all stick in our lane so that was interesting We were for example. I have two younger sisters.
U.S. prosecutors open criminal probe of opioid makers, distributors
"The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that Federal Prosecutors I have launched a criminal probe of opioid makers and distributors. The investigation aims to decide whether pharmaceutical companies intentionally allowed OPIOID painkillers to flood communities. This sort of criminal investigation is usually reserved for drug dealers and cartels so this is pretty major. If the investigation results in criminal charges it could be the biggest prosecution of drug companies. He's that have allegedly contributed to the OPIOID epidemic Akilah. What are the companies that are involved in this? And how far has this investigation gone already. Yeah so six. Companies have confirmed in in regulatory filings that they received a grand jury subpoenas from the US Attorney's office in the Eastern District of New York. There's probably more but we do know about Johnson Johnson. TV If a pharmaceutical industries and mckesson Corp Ammiel Pharmaceuticals Mellon crowd and resources. Bergen Corp they have better. Yeah without headed out. This is a criminal investigation instead of a civil one on the show. We've talked about the big civil case involving Purdue Pharma Company paid a two hundred seventy million dollar settlement and its legal battle against Oklahoma Tiba also agreed to pay that state eighty five million now shortly after those settlements Purdue Pharma filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy. What makes this case different than all those other ones? So according to legal experts that the Wall Street Journal spoke with criminal charges require prosecutors to prove an effort to willfully fully end intentionally avoid requirements like reporting signs. You know like suspicious orders. For example that could indicate the drugs were being used for non medical purposes under the controlled Substances Act whereas civil charges can be brought to executives and companies for failing to report those signs passively in other words. The attorneys Ernie's general have to prove these companies intentionally hid the red flags about how the drugs are being distributed and misuse and communities across the country Earlier this year when federal federal prosecutors filed similar but smaller criminal cases in Manhattan and Ohio against a pharmaceutical distributor and a couple of executives Manhattan. US Attorney Jeffrey Berman Said said quote executives of a pharmaceutical distributor and the distributor itself have been charged with drug trafficking wild. Yeah wow so. This is a big deal. And it's part of a movement towards reparations for communities that have dealt with this opioid crisis but what comes next question to your point about this being moved towards repairing what's been lost more than four hundred thousand Americans have died from overdoses from legal and illegal opioid since one thousand nine nine. That number comes from the some federal statistics six so obviously millions of dollars won't be enough ray. Several of the companies being investigated have already tried to reach settlements in the forty eight billion dollar range but if the ninety settlements from big tobacco or any kind of indication we should be looking in the hundreds of billions of dollars range much of the money one against big tobacco unfortunately went into budget gaps in different states rather than to you know rehabilitation and crisis services. So there's a lot to pay attention to with the money. How much of it is coming? And where exactly exactly the funds will go at the end of all of
"tiba" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Is. Libya colpo, so not everyone knows who live Cobo don't in twenty twelve she was Miss Universe since then she has gone on to date. Well, Danny amendola, I think, is the most famous relationship because that was for a while. And he you know is busy being a patriot for a while there. But she also dated Nick Jonas, and Tim Tiba. He's not married. No Christ did get married. Did he thought? That's I couldn't wear you reported that if well then I wouldn't be virgin. I know that he, I know you reported he proposed whether or not, they got down the I remember that's a different story. Well, look when you're thirty year old virgin, I don't know how old he is. Now. Do you even know what you're missing by that point? Don't you? I don't know. I could never let me see here. Partner says he has a partner partner, that's weird Demi Lee Nelle Peters. She sounds like a virgin. What was that lady that we saw big brother Jones? Right. She's a virgin to right. But she's like thirty six. Yeah. This gal that he's has a part is partner with his twenty three years old. And she is a second Miss Universe winner in South Africa. Oh, that's what he goes for. Well, who doesn't wanna be right? I suppose. She's. Yeah. Oh, is that, that that's his wife or heart now? He's pretty good looking. Yeah. Just says partner so Livia Cobo, here's a couple of pictures of very she's on the cover the magazine in kind of a see through rove and little nude panties. And then she's fully nude inside, but, you know, she's got her arms legs. It's funny because there's this one shot of her, and she's sitting on a looks like a place where you get your makeup on. Oh I'm looking at that right now. It's black and white on my, yes. And it's but she's reflected in, like three different mirrors. You keep thinking you might be able to see something and, and she's put her voice, your hands are just exactly where they need to be to block. Every shot is a model. Yeah. Well, and I'm sure they sat there sitting setting up the shot for a while. So. Winning the, the Miss Universe crown and dating some boys. What does she do? She's she's been a couple of films. Just started doing a small bit parts last within twenty eighteen I feel pretty twenty teen reprisal, television, twenty eight teen model squad player. So model squad. Do they come mouth squad? Do they come in and like make somebody over? That sounds like a punt show. Yeah. Model squad. Boy, those cheeks donkeys series. Oh, it's looks like kind of New York fashion week theme. But sounds like what you just said. I like it. The big squatter models. Okay. So they also say she's a big Instagram model fashion designer entrepreneur, an actress she was in. Did you say this already the Sports Illustrated swimsuit? I think that and then she did some L'Oreal and Kipling stuff Kipling. So she's a model. Yeah. I mean she's basically beautiful. Well, you know, she's, she's influence of curiosity was is she and Instagram model or an actual model?.
"tiba" Discussed on WTVN
"Tiba was banning under two hundred this season. But had a good weekend. Three for nine at the plate against the clips. Let's see the soup Nazi throughout the first pitch. And one of those games day. Really? I swear I saw that somewhere. There is a rumor going around to actually started by Laurie Schmidt that the because she was at the clippers game that the clipper people have offered to have me Lori and someone else at the station near the u Eric reserve who does a sports where the hotdog ketchup and mustard outfits for the hot dog race. I vote for Eric on that one. I think I'll pass. The age where running around and hot dog suit is. Lost its luster for me. Could be coming to a clipper day game near you. I'll be happy to watch that from the comfort of my own recliner. Thank you. Yeah. NHL playoffs. Boston beat Carolina. Again, they go up to zip in the eastern finals PGA tour update service a Wesley community sun kings, twenty three hundred won the Byron Nelson from the central high wanted healer sports says map McCoy, News Radio six ten WTVN. Go out on a limb and ask because you've been great at this all season. Do you have any alternative coal that good because that shot game seven and a four bouncer? I mean, it hit the rim once twice thrice. Why don't know what four is? But the four-time and then it finally went in. It's incredible. Yes. And it's been leading all the shows because it was so amazing and never been done. So first of all here is on TNT coli Leonard Toronto winning the series with shot. And again, if you listen closely, you can hear the four balances on the rim..
"tiba" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
"Research in this area has been stifled by you know, the legal nature of the marijuana plant and CBD or can't have Canada. Dial is a part of the marijuana plant. It's also part of the him plan. And they both the hemp plant got thrown in with marijuana back around nineteen thirty seven, and it was illegal to grow it and process it whatnot. So you, you know, if you want to do research on it here in the United States, you couldn't get a government grant like that for it. So a lot of a lot of what we know now origin of it really came out of places like Israel and the Great Britain. And some of the things have been discovered are have to literally changed medicine. Included, the discovery entirely new neuro modulating system in the body that we didn't even know existed up until about nineteen ninety two so call the Canaveral system. So this one discovery this crazy discovery found essentially by research on the marijuana plant is gonna change medicine as we know it. It's pretty it's pretty exciting topic. Extremely exciting. And I know that you have thought about some applications in dentistry. And of course, there's I mentioned this is kind of kind of all unfolding, and I like to think that our listeners wanna be at the, you know, want to be the most informed people in dentistry. So I think as an extremely timely topic for the podcast, but it let's start kind of at the beginning. A what is CBD, and what is all the fuss and attention about would you kinda kinda kick off our discussion with with that? What is it at at? What's all the fuss intention about? Well, you know to excuse the pun. There's a lot of fog. We could have lots of pilings rounders. Round this topic because you know, the mayor awhile plant through pretty negative stigma on that on getting anywhere nearly associated with that in the past and the marijuana plant and hemp plant are kind of the same thing. They're both cannabis Tiba, but the hemp plant which was used for industrial purposes going way back to the time of Fred Flintstone. Was used for, you know, for making rope and clothing food and hemp plants naturally are high Canada dial or CD we didn't know it hadn't evalu- at all up until about nineteen eight or so some research that was done at the Saint Louis university. And by by gal name Allen, Dr Allen, Howlett and. They discovered the molecules really before they understood what they were doing. They actually discovered through research. They had done on THC agai and Israel was doing researching finally isolated the THC molecule, and then he he didn't know what was happening to know what it was going to end this doctorates Louis university. And her colleagues did research tracked through the body by putting some radioactive isotopes associated with it in follow where it went the ones that she was tracked went to the brain. And that led to the discovery of what's now called the CD one receptor. They had no idea what the heck it was doing or house related anything else. And over time. They were they discovered another receptor called CB two receptor. And then that led to the discovery the entire neurologic rating system that is throughout the body. Called the that they named the canal system, they basically named it after cannabis because the canvas were all the research originated in his real back and might night sixty four so. Then you know than things George gets the momentum. They start cigarette out. What are the what are these chemicals doing? What is doing at 'attaches specifically to the CD one site?.
FDA approves 1st generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose
"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of Narcan a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday, Nelson has been sold as a nasal spray in the US since twenty sixteen under the brand name Narcan pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes and vials a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the products price, or when it will be
Narcan, Tiba Pharmaceuticals And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday now zone has been sold as a nasal spray in the US in two thousand sixteen under the brand name Narcan pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes, and via a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the product price or when it will be
Tiba Pharmaceuticals, Naltrexone And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday naltrexone has been sold as a nasal spray in the US since two thousand sixteen under the brand name Narcan. Pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes and vile 's a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the product price or when it will be
Scientific First: A Black Hole Image
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Coming out why the first ever image of a black hole. A flaming orange yellow and black ring is the biggest scientific breakthrough in years. And our researchers used eight radio telescopes around the world to make it happen. That's coming up after these tech headlines. Google is disbanding a panel in the UK to review its artificial intelligence work in healthcare. AI has recently become a target for oversight as some sensitive decision. Making is increasingly being outsourced to algorithms. European Commission is proposing a set of AI ethical guidelines and researchers have urged companies to adopt similar rules. Can't walker. Google's senior vice president for global affairs said the company was quote going back to the drawing board and quote. US workers in all income brackets are better protected from automation than their peers in developed countries that is according to new data from the organization for economic cooperation and development. It says the jobs of fourteen percent of lower income workers in the US are at high risk of being automated compared to an average of twenty two percent of their counterparts in the thirty six nation body of note, upper income workers fair best with six percent in the US at risk versus eleven percent. And if you think news about Facebook is crowding your feed your, right, but that isn't new news. The journal's Laura foreman says as of midday Friday, the Wall Street Journal published five hundred ten online articles with Facebook in the headline since the Cambridge Analytica news broke in March twenty eighteen this is according to fact, Tiba and two thirds of those were about data. The journal isn't alone over the same period. The Washington Post published four hundred fifty eight articles compared with four hundred twenty seven for the new. New York Times that means each outlet has reported on the company more times than there are days in the past thirteen months, and while news on data flubs continues to flow readily, Facebook stock is up thirty seven percent. So far this year. That gain is the biggest among tech companies, and well paces, the NASDAQ composite's twenty percent gain coming up why the first ever image of a black hole is a really really really big deal. A blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable. Deloitte? We help clients. Harnessed these powerful technologies to improve business and the world Deloitte dot com slash look again. Late last week. Scientists revealed the very first image of a black hole. It was unveiled by researchers from event. Horizon telescope and showed a flaming orange yellow and black ring we now know as the first ever black hole. The point of no return where nothing not even light can escape. The image is the result of a colossal year's long effort by dozens of researchers Dr Sheppard Dolman event. Horizon telescope project director has more in April of twenty seventeen all the dishes in the rising telescope swivelled turned and stared at a galaxy fifty five million light years away. It's called Monsieur eighty-seven or he seven and there's a supermassive black hole at its core. And we are delighted to be able to report the we have seen what we thought was unsuitable. We have seen and taking a picture of a black hole. Dr Dolman explains why this visual is so much more important than meets the eye. When you're seeing here is the last photon orbit. What you are seeing is evidence of an event horizon by laying a ruler across this black hole. We now have visual evidence for a black hole. We now know that a black hole that we six point five billion times when our son does exist in the center of immedi seven, and this is the strongest evidence that we have to date for the existence of black holes. And it is also consistent the shape of this shadow to the precision of our measurements with iron Stein's predictions. First black hole image also opens the door to allowing strana mors and physicists to test Stein's theories and many other game changing scientific opportunities the bright patch in the south UC tells us that material moving around the black hole is moving at light speeds, which is also consistent with our simulations and predictions, and this image forges a clear link now between supermassive black holes. And the engines of bright galaxies. We now know clearly that black holes Dr large scale structure in the universe from their home in these galaxies for more on all the details had to wsJcom. And also check out the latest episode of the Wall Street Journal's instant message for a more in depth conversation that does it for this edition of tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does.
"tiba" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Buffalo Wild Wings radio. They're all the exact same except for that one serious show or the guy took his shirt off was terrible. Bubbling boxy just took shots partly. It was tough though, it was it was a tough show to be on. And I couldn't hear anything. So I just watched nei-neither either. I think it's important offer them show where they can just be themselves and relax a little bit. You know, Rex Ryan is answered a thousand of the same questions about the Super Bowl. You know, they come there and cut loose. Tell some personal stories and have fun. You know? Tibo two sorry type Tibo also mentioned how every single person asked him. Well, do you like football better? Or do you like baseball? We luckily did not ask by the way. I also told him Tiba that I am a professional baseball. Cody decker zero tension both times because that's multi sport athletes that are stare. We understand that we truly understand. I was very impressed by the people that came by awesome. Seeing AJ in person. For me, especially him in Randall Cobb, you know, just being able to shit Randall. So cool. Yeah. He's awesome. So that was really cool. Forget about ache. You of course, I don't want to say I did any tampering, but Randall Cobb asked me about Indianapolis, and I went on a four minute sales pitch. Because he's a free agent. And if he ends up at the colts that would be a great signing by oh, Chris Ballard, who's going to be on the show at some point. He asked music, all what do you think Indianapolis, and I was like, I don't know if the question directly, but his free agency if he's thinking about coming Indianapolis. But I went on a run I wanna let everybody in Indiana. No, I want on a run cheap housing incredible food, obviously said she dollar goes a long way, everybody's hospitable brand new workout facility brand new trainers top of the line place over there. West fifty six Ballard seems to be very intelligent, Andrew walks. All the way back got a young culture and defense. He's okay, man. Locked away just planning to see a little bit too hard. Aac you came through. I thought he was going to win it. I really ache. You was gonna was doing the ten thousand dollar charity. Wrangler celebrity charity shootout for my foundation early at the driver a couple of times stacked up some points quickly..
Egypt on track to reduce food loss and waste by 50 per cent in five years: FAO
"This is Matt wells at you and us about one third of all food, which has grown in the Middle East and North Africa is lost or wasted. According to the UN food and Agriculture Organization FAO in Egypt that adds up to an estimated fifty kilograms of food per person per year. According to you and figures most of this food lost from the farm to the table rather than wasted at the consumer level that results in loss of nutrition, which is alarming for a country, which is facing already. High levels of malnutrition says the agency governments in the region have pledged to reduce food loss and waste by fifty percents by twenty twenty four and FAO along with the Italian government is training farmers and wholesalers to reduce food loss and ensure greater food security as a nice Houghton reports from Egypt downtown kale. The Bill is full market is high of activity hundreds of tomatoes accurately stacked in foot. Creates ahead of men assessing the process the seller bacon. Them to make a bit daft, plenty of tomatoes to go around after Egypt is a major producer of tomatoes. But for every one thousand kilograms of tomatoes produced industry did in Egypt five hundred and sixty grams is lost a wasted. That's more than half new production, huge amount of food that would otherwise be available for consumption. Engine rule. Two thirds of all food laws in ways happens during them food production and distribution stages. The resents behind his losses wrench from inefficient food production to poor technologies and infrastructure. Infamous major producer of grapes. Q? Good them any in Michelle. Yeah. Yes. Stella mussa. He's an expert on grape cotija at a fait. Would I be an shackling be good the Nala ally? Farmers fist many problems that result in grip losses. For example. The groups might develop problems that only appear at harvesting things such as tightly compressed clusters of grapes as a result of rotting moldy, and this color, grapes, or grapes with the wrong sugar, content or size are all causes of creep loss. That's why if you is helping to build to food processing units in northern Egypt in Bangalore and Suker Antigua dare it trends cooperative in grip handling processing in distribution practices as well. As order I control methods. Title. We tried to identify the weak spots in the grip food production chain that resulting these losses as fuck. Fuck the training scheme. Also has long-term goals has after the initial training. We need a recommendations that as many farmers as possible could exit the train. So what followed was a course in training. The trainers about twenty five agriculture engineers in the region were trained and the now continue to train other farmers in the region spreading the knowledge foreign light. Greg Raby took part in one of FAO's training courses, learner, talent amusement. Madonna lynton. Was. The forty three year hold grapegrower leans in the village of Tiba about one hundred kilometers northwest of Cairo's should be enter recently. He was struggling to make ends meet. But he says his learned a lot I learned to avoid overthrows -ation by using the right amount of risers. We avoided losses on the farm. I also learn about proper method of spring and recommended amount to use depending on the condition of the vine another thing I learned was how to kick rates properly and how to get the right grape sites. The sugar any plans to pass on this knowledge to other farmers in his community. I want to transfer the knowledge I've learned to others, for example, you might find educated farmer with the specific concerns, I can advise him. If I see him doing something wrong on his farm or Ciprian incorrectly at can guide him with what I know what I've learned. That food production may toads are not the only coast for food loss in there. Also economic factors explaining food loss such as price fluctuations. Mafuta runs the business that manages our cure waste. He buys to maters from syndrome to may to cooperate is setup by FAO. The market price for tomatoes is lower than the cost of harvesting them. Farmers won't harvest tomatoes. So they lose a large amount of produce. This has a significant impact on smallholder farmers who not only dominate Egypt's would production, but also accounts for last portion of the country's poor which is thirty five percents of the population of how. So we try to have farmers to use losses by setting price levels. We say if the market price of tomatoes falls below one Egyptian pound per kilo than tomatoes have to be dried. If the price is more than one pound day can sell them on the market. Another bonus is that when the price of a product is fixed to farmers end up producing good quality produce because they are sure that their production costs will be covered. And that they will not have any losses. We tell you. A few plans to build the syndrome to me to facility in Bongo soco in other facilities, specialized Indra in grapes is currently under construction into Nubia area. It's hoped that these two initiatives more farmers like Greg grow Raby can help reduce food loss in waste energy. And at the same time boost their livelihoods.
FDA Issues a Recall of the Popular High Blood Pressure Drug
"I remember that generic blood pressure medication that had to be recalled. Barely. There was a suspected carcinogen. Now, they found a second carcinogen. So I'll tell you guys what's going on. We actually got some good news and bad news within so we'll deal with the bad news. First. Regulators are flagging a second potential carcinogen in the China made heart drunk as you know. There was a blood pressure medicine. Generic blood pressure medicine, Vel certain manufactured in. Zhang whole high pharmaceuticals in China. And as part of the manufacturing process n d m a was created and praises of it were found within the pills. This happened back in the summer. And so health regulators had to as well as our FDA had to initiate worldwide recalls of the generic medication. Thou certain is a generic for the brand name divan fantastic blood pressure medicine in the AARP, the edgy tested receptor blocker family. But unfortunately, during the generic processing that happened in this Chinese pharmaceutical plants this after product or by product was made and D M A, which is the original one that was found. It basically contains nitrosamines nitrosamines it's in that classroom. Nitrosamines has been linked to cancer, especially in animals. We also see nitrosamines in smoked cured meats. Tobacco. And these nitro sa- means have unfortunately been implicated in amicable cancers such as lung and liver. So the second I guess compound rather than the nitro so Di methyl Amine is the nitro so diethylene N D E A. So rather than Di methyl Amine? It's Di ethyl Amine and DA that has also been detected in the Val certain made by Jay z Zhang cli- pharmaceuticals in its previous manufacturing process before changes were introduced it two thousand twelve so data on levels of NDA. And what it can actually do is still limited. And so the European Medicines Agency is all over this. They're the ones that of came out, you know, making us aware, and they are going to provide further information on whether it's presence impacts of risk assessment. Once more information becomes available. Now, the watchdog also says at further risk assessment had confirmed that the lifetime risk of cancer from exposure to these is still very low. So what is the good news? Well, there has been a recent study sane. There is overall no short-term risk of cancer. According to the latest study on the DM, a not the N D E A because the news just broke. And they've been studying the MD as since the July recall, so the US FDA July recall, the veldt certain medications, and then the FDA European health agencies wanted to look into where we weren't cancer risk. They say Danish patients exposed to eight invalid certain products, do not appear to be more likely to develop cancer. That's according to the study. And the study was just published yesterday. So according to casper Christensen, we found no evidence of an increase in short-term risk of cancer from exposure to contaminated products in the study of all adult Val sergeant users now he's a doctoral student with the university of southern Denmark's public health department. But I'm thinking, wait a second. It's been what forty five days. It's been forty five to sixty days. And how do you know that there's not going to be long term cancer risk again? Nobody's giving us the quantities of this NDA may or this NDA. So I think it's too soon. But he says that says a too soon to tell whether people exposed to end EMA vowel certain will have a long-term higher risk of cancer. So when you hear this you're like, wait a second. So short term risk means getting cancer early. But I wonder if I'm going to get cancer in my life. I mean, if somebody says, look, you may get cancer. You know at some point in your life. I mean, whether you tell me I'm gonna get into months or two years. I I'd like to know I'd like to have all my questions answered now. Please. So they say researchers did find some evidence that might influence short term risk of colon uterine cancer. But results were not statistically significant again one US exports. None of over the city expressed caution. He says, I don't think there's any reason to say this research sounds the all clear, that's according to Dr James Januzzi, it looks like jacuzzi. But it's Januzzi. He's a cardiologists with Massachusetts General Hospital. He says I literally just got off the phone with the patient of called me about this question. And I switch them off the generic certain to another drug now, not all Val certain medicines for the high blood pressure or heart failure having recalled only certain brands, so the recalled products were those distributed by major pharmaceutical socal healthcare and Tiba pharmaceuticals. Also, some of the certain hydrochlorothiazide formulations that were distributed by socal healthcare. So about certain many times will be added to a little diabetic. There'll be a little diarrhea added to it. And that seems. To augment its blood pressure lowering effect. Plus it helps with heart failure. I it's a great class of medication. I love the air because medication to just this is a manufacturing issue. And the question I have is if they caught this in this one drug. What about all the other drugs? I mean, I I'm hoping they are researching like crazy every single drug made out of this pharmaceutical plant, and then look at some other plants because people copy each other's manufacturing process. I doubt this is the only plant that did this. So contaminated medications. This is the first time we've seen it happened. It looks like they've been on top of it. And from what I understand all those products should be out of the loop. But what's gonna end up happening is people are going to avoid certain altogether.
Lance Silva, Warren Buffett and Apple discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"In just a moment. First, though an investigation is underway into how a kindergartner ended up walking two and a half miles home on his first day of school in Hayward, all by himself. The parents have Jackson Kirby say their son was supposed to go to an after school program at somehow he was overlooked. He reportedly
Google employees demand more oversight of China search engine plan
"Google secretive plan to build a search, engine that would comply with Chinese censorship is being challenged more than a thousand Google employees have signed a letter protesting the plan the letters contents which have been confirmed by a Google employee who helped organize it calls. On, executives to, review ethics and transparency at the company the letter says employees, lack the information required to, make ethically informed decisions about our work, and complains most Employees only found out about the project nicknamed Dragonfly through media
Spider venom may help treat a serious form of epilepsy
"Were drugs manufactured and chasing, or or Zang Jing why pharmaceuticals in China because n. d. m. a. n. nitrosamine Di methyl Amine was created. As an accidental byproduct when they were making the pills and this. Has been shelled increase your Kurds of cancer in animals while the agency. Has had to expand the recall twice to now globally the US EPA has deed n. b. m. a probable human carcinogen or a. Chemical that could increase the risk of cancer in humans it is found at certain water supplies and food at, very small levels that is usually considered safe for humans
"tiba" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"In irvine it's eighty eight three thirty seven on knx president trump being slammed in a lawsuit by the new york attorney general over his charitable foundation the suit which comes after a two year investigation accuses the president of using money from the trump foundation to settle legal scores and boost his political prospects jordan liberal wits with dc ethics watchdog crew tells knx it's basically a slush fund personal things such as portrait of the president or my personal favorite they spent twelve thousand dollars on an autograph tim tiba football helmet clearly these are not things that were done in the name of charity he adds the foundation is justified assad headed only by donald trump and his three children and hasn't met in nearly twenty years president trump is vowing not to settle what he calls a ridiculous lawsuit brought by sleazy new york democrats brian paying knx ten seventy newsradio white house press secretary sarah sanders pulling no punches responding to the sousse previous new york ag who was forced to retire in disgrace made it stated mission to use this matter to advance his own political gain and the current acting new york ag has stated that battling the white house is the most important job she's ever done that sounds outrageously bias and certainly problematic sanders says the trump foundations giving nineteen million dollars to charity and has virtually zero expenses got some breaking news from los angeles the lapd have raided the home of disgraced former usc campus gynecologist dr george tyndall officers also served warrants should a storage facility police say sex crimes detectives talked tyndall and seized evidence but gave no other details three thirty eight now some thirty five thousand californians who attended carinthian colleges that get some good news they're going to be relieved of their debts settlements between the state department of justice and balboa student loan trust a company that held private student loans for the now defunct schools means sixty seven million dollars.
"tiba" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"So how did people and you see you and one of your teammates were on the sideline during pregame words just laughing at him throwing pregame seriously laughing what was so you left the expletives that i told you that right yeah okay so funny his tibo was throw but he was like pushing a ball like he was your remember that the rookie was at the movie with a henry rowen gardener remember that dennis quaid no like the cocco this go cubs he was at the rookie henry rowing you remember how he will have to throw his arm all that's how tim tiba would throw his arm will be off to the side it would just know accuracy but every year is oh we're going to get it better working with this coach this should worry lamar jackson a lot because michael thompson insisted everybody back in the day that tim tiba was an nfl quarterback right like to anybody that would love this accuracy though you gotta be vicky who may be accurate and stuff i mean that's what quarterback posted you got the right receiver you have to hit the wide open man if you're lonzo ball you have to hit the wide open shots hitting the wide open shot guess what the book is out on you and guess when the book is out on you you start passing it around who we play out a lakers a don't guard that we're in to let him shoot to forthwith like dribble before he shot it i'll say oh this will go down because he got settled in and then i was like that would miss too.
"tiba" Discussed on WEEI
"In that situation and you're gonna throw more in their substance in that situation from quarterbacks who are headed to the pros day two one that's already shined in the pros he's moonlighting though these days as a baseball player russell wilson struck out dispersed spring atbat with the yankees he was by the way pinchitting for harun judge deep pti tony eyes when keith olbermann on if he'll ever a step in the box in a regular season game no i don't i mean it i know we had in the bat today struck out he was in the grapefruit league me he's the iraqis have his the right now and he struck out said no idle because he's the quarterback of the seattle seahawks he's twenty nine years old he's won't play for them four five six more years he's actually really good so he wouldn't get to the majors until about thirty four thirty five when he could make the majors 'cause i don't see seattle single year you can miss otas go out and and and this whatever you want and go play baseball now do i see tim tibo as having a better chance just because nobody in baseball at the moment one nobody input moment wants tim tibo wilson i don't also russell wilson stats his three years in the minor leagues a ball to twenty nine average three 350 four on base 356 sluggish for the try city dust devils so the psychic hotline says no and the yankees by the way it's not like they've got to put families in the seats because they've got families and they don't have to do something promotional where's and i think the mets have do some moshel but sandy alderson said i think he could play in the majors is anybody saying russell wasn't all i think he could play in the majors weren't hearing that i think this was it this was him playing in the majors right today that now speaking of tiba hope he made his first brings store going one three with the strike out in.
"tiba" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"That is you want someone who who does not have any criminality whatsoever associated with them and in the uh xfl even if you have a dui you will not play and the exa fell so that would probably eliminate some uh not all of them if tim tiba wants to play he he could very well play look i look i love them i mean i love the proposal i love it in spirit oh you don't even have a deal only get one view why you don't play look all i'm just saying is this look i love it in spirit i loved the theory i love the principles behind it but look let's be realistic i mean you know these are guys three hundred pound guys that love you know slamming into one another it's a rough game it's a contact game and you know you're going to get some guys from sort of unsavory backgrounds you know how do i say this rough rough neighborhoods they were gonna born and raised in rough neighborhoods you know you don't want to limit the talent pool like that and i'm thinking you know whatever like serious crimes yes i dunno look the what killed the xfl the first time they didn't have good enough players to compete with the nfl so i'm a little worried that maybe is going at pat overboard on this okay i'm just being honest with you what is to me very clear is the nfl is out of control listen to this listen to this despite the plummeting tv ratings the anger from the fence about all of these national anthem protests the fact that viewership is way down tv ratings way down a game attendance way down not only did they renew roger goodell to this ridiculous two hundred million dollarplus contract but roger goodell met with owners of certain teams and players listen to this and they have now created what they're calling it quote unquote social justice programmes and campaigns they now say that they're going to be spending even more money so whenever you buy an nfl jersey or a ticket or whatever that the league is now going to be spending even more money on social justice and he says this is.
"tiba" Discussed on Laces Out
"Yeah okay easy he arrested up i think this is this is the offseason he gets real work out summer i believe i believe i mean it's i it would be it's much crazier that the patriots brought in tim tibo that if they brought him colin kaepernick uh tim tiba not the best throwing a football incredible person i understand that but boy i feel he was a monster in college i don't want to take anything from ten tiba he's attractive he's a good person he's nice he was dominant in college but boy anybody that says he was a great nfl quarterback is wrong like i don't think he ever won a game himself i think that team won a lot of games in denver colin kaepernick whenever he was on his run he was the guy like when san francisco made the super bowl he was the guy people wouldn't say that he kept at that level of play though for the last year of his career but man of bagaram maybe you bounce back after the rest of the year i think he gets a shot somewhere before johnny mans elders loyd sitting out a year though you know what i mean an end with the baggage and you know people brought eight a different kind of baggage granted and i still think that he came to new england just to do just just because pell spellcheck personally liked them but he was the worst thrower of a football i've ever seen in my life might my theory on that will always be a we sure that tibo is left handed it anyone averages put a fallen his right hand and say here give this a toss and and let's say order who lawyer you're all in on that fought to earnt you you're all in on that have at no one ever tried it here to sign isn't yeah i do the same thing with my sevenyearold daughter for real i really do mike now here why are you throwing lift handed a good amount which one do you feel better with and she's like oh i think by i think this one microcredit charter so that's basically what you're saying to do jury and a designer hand does she throw better than tibo at imagine she does with relief.
"tiba" Discussed on The NFL Show
"These are dealing with zico it again and the cowboys running game second game around chat about here danny i mean with that banged up defense how much are you worried about what the cowboys can do on the ground well they're getting cagey right back this week which should help but i'm worried i mean it it's it's the way that they played last year or last week sorry was tear like me i don't know if you guys talked about this on a on a pod last week that this iasco touchdown scored on him on a third and twenty run play yet actually should happen third and twenty touchdown it is that's only happened one other time since like i think the afars played whatever index goes back to 1994 whatever it's happened one time tim tiba you'll be honored and did not expect to hear that name today i'll be honest with you that was recovered any idea rain tiba segment actually perpetrates asia we set it up what else aside from you know their ability to kinda slowdowns eeking considering what happened early last week what else do you watching forest week well i mean it to me it's all about what happens with the seahawks defense from here on out i mean like the seahawks are essentially out of it they could still make the playoffs have some crazy stuff happens if they went out and all this but there's all this talk this week about the changing of the guard you know as the legion of boom over i mean it's kind of already been over frankly with richard sherman kam chancellor out but is this the time when it's kind of like you know a new era and seahawks football there's a there's a question of does the seahawks won't do the ceecs wanna keep shelton richardson i think that's kind of a a big question to kind of keep in mind the last couple of weeks considering their payroll i mean that contract is going to be pretty onerous oh interview signed shalt enriched.
"tiba" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And it's getting two of his horses ready for the show in alan name rogue one a cold and a philly court tiba of course is undergoing elaborate beauty regime before vast shown rough one is beyond patient while his doc expressive face is shaved an operation that takes over an hour ashraf relates is infatuated with horses directly to the context in which he grew up in palestine since recharges all the time you helium warm you here our paran come on good form there is a soldier so the make you a freer from the soldier prayed of rid of the soldier so when you grow up you need to have more power so we're nahman top of the force i'm the king of the road you're not fair from nobody noone but today and schrafft's tends to go talon eamon israel from the west bank through one of the military checkpoints his horses need certificates issued by israel arabian horse society and israelis closed to palestinians from the west bank with no travel a work permit as i'm a palestinian source sometimes they don't give me to mcdougal sometime my horses does in paris because the soldier rural who's in the checkpoint he will return horseback so i don't mean michelle starts tomorrow have you got the planet to guide no i'd life for my permit yesterday because you can applied before and when you can and if you're going to be able to k today today this afternoon there will me know and have they refused to panic the full one twotime yes i think if you're reason no there is no reason ashraf lights yet another cigarette greece more here for the brush of which we get if you put yourself in my position you send in your horses you have been four month in training in a new below two mortars the show you don't know if you pass you horse space ashraf robbie sang scientist antiisraeli checkpoints is shared by the palestinian whole community and it is compounded by the absence of specialized veterinary facilities and at coin vets on the west bank especially if there's a medical emergency so this is one of the alleyways in have wrong concrete underfoot of breeze blocks and invited to the home of russia yet his son it's just leading the way for us.
"tiba" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Look deserving because their picket scam take a look at home against oklahoma so if we were deciding right now i would be torn because i would say yes they're playing extremely well 'cause they've grown up you better but pick after figures came and they got their fanny looked at home that's where i think the college football playoff committee is going to protect them at because that's a tough fight the p ju like the system i love your couch if i wish i got the play kostov the high the if you're a cater a notre dame the player than a semifinal natural i think it i think it's great i think it's great for college football it worked out pretty well for us but i still stand off in a college football playoff with them because i think it's i think it's awesome tim has great to talk to you again you're doing great work and i'm sure we'll check in against him thanks very much at every weekend kirk i can hear tim tiba again with it's it's really good we haven't had them unawares i'm as good as it does it really nice job he did this motivational thing last week that i saw went viral disease very good i don't know high would have reacted to hit me with a god bless on the field well i i you know let me just say i'll just say for what it is we were in college and i would reacted poorly i would have i would have because i never would have expected that what i what i could just you could picture him doing it of course and and again i wonder if after the game i wonder what i was really nice nice on with today's out today to do it because we have so much news but at some point you have to tell the reggie white jesus is coming story one more time all the time that is one of my favorite dory's of all the time and tim people of all people would appreciate it a lot i took a short break we'll come back in a minute after this word from sport clubs who have partnered with the vf w to provide.
"tiba" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Have made your self the story and we have a team here any team game and we simply have no interest in every week having a hundred photographers on you because you did something that will not effect change for any body out there and that's that that's the story and by the way that's what's going on in the nfl he's just not good enough for them to want to have that it would be like habit a court dash she had at a party is going to look at the cart they actually because the probably wear a seethrough whatever like they always do but that's the story were captured o'clock at news via it happened with tv show tiba was so over the top popular that he wasn't that great of a quarter was that good of a quarterback but he cannot play that the nfl but the whole nfl decided man we can't have a hundred photographers each week just bond tipped cbo even though it would actually help he just wasn't good enough and he asked what's going on with capra nick to here and it's forest capper nicas construct i can't stay of them he is it's all up it's all a threecard mahdi game and if he's stormy on tv this week i cast the gated him for wearing stocks depicting polices pits 'cause i guarantee you if he was ever mugged walking down the street he be yellow for the police so iit and by the two that he that crap on i would tell it to his face okay it's list that ladies and gentleman anyway that's our thoughts on trip blair that all that stuff i've been asked the talk about winds the whawhat's the talk about he should be in jail and that's all i gather he will be arrested for some stuff but up dax more importantly the full market wrapped the louvre's that day the market there for ever gonna have a down day ever again.
"tiba" Discussed on First and Last
"The straight talk here is that i don't think jay cutler is going to do much for the dolphins i think that if you want to have the the conversation in terms of who the dolphin should have brought in of the available quarterbacks on the market if you're grouping them together and there was a report from i'll mondo sub garo down in miami who is a trusted source there that the dolphins discussions involved cutler and kyle orton tim tibo although i feel like that was just sort of a late into the night idea thrown out half jokingly by some executive at least i hope it was that executive sake otherwise he should probably find a new line of work tim tiba had not thrown a passed in the nfl since 2012 it was probably incomplete and colin kaepernick who of course comes with his whole set of issues and we discussed yesterday and will continue to discuss today the fact that every other football market in america that has an issue with colin kaepernick the issue overwhelmingly deals with his national anthem protest the protest um in opposition to the way that african americans are treated by police in the united states that is the central tenet of copper knicks protest in wherever you fall on that issue you can understand that that is the the main issue that people take on board with when they think about concombinate however in miami people care if not less they care differently about that than they do at least in the latino community especially with so many cubans in the miami market they care more about happen ex implicit endorsement of some of fidel castro's policies and that is fraught with so many complications that spanned generations that that was probably too big of a hill to climb from a pr fan relationship.
"tiba" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"You have their platforms or something good talking to tim tiba whether it's his good works his football careers egypt career what he's do now baseball one of the most interesting people in sports and tim now the engine is your goal but it's it's it's nice for people to do what i do for living and how much more fascinating your story would be if at some point you make it to the end of this journey iran and make it to the major leagues what is your what are your expectations in what is your your time line for trying to hopefully make the major leagues with the mets you know i really don't know and yeah yeah that is the is the only way if the sick that is if you play in the big league send her may absolutely not you know it you pick that every day when i get to wake up and i get to pursue but i love and i'm thankful for that and what if you awesome for it to to do that one day of course it would but if the fix that when you get to pursue what you love hacked immediately with everything you have every day and for a for me i don't wanna be someone that with focus on what might or by not happened in the future out of your thumb with that in the present every day um living and enjoying the moment and um and that's really where our math to devote thank you so much for joining us thank you to the two thousand seventeen allstate afc a good works team for connecting you with us really enjoyed the conversation on the show follower there's great man the shows called writer the new but there's nothing more fun than being proven wrong it'd be able to admit it's been really it's been cool watching your success some were were rooting for yet huh hopefully the next level whenever the next promotion comes thank you so much i appreciate it beg attempt ibo have a great one that stem devaux former football player current baseball player twelve game hit streak with the mets high aaa affiliate walk off homerun been hitting the the cover off of the ball for a long stretch was sitting right around three thirty after his promotion here's my question for you love to hear from you here on the.
"tiba" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Fairly agrees that egregious example of that he's playing really good baseball so i just say this sort of a paradox are to wrong thought art here good for tim tiba keep grinding try to be that guy who makes the majors at age thirty one but please baseball i'm talking to you mets and it's hard because it's a real hapless organization there real poorlyrun really poorlyrun pleased new not bring tim table up to the majors this year i get it like he's giving an opportunity in a reason to maybe promote him to aa he shouldn't sixteen games is not enough and jump in hyperbolic shiva but i that's the mets i would imagine are a lot more concerned about having cover to do something rather than doing the right thing by tim tiba not playing for anything i don't care emme people will and that's the other amazing tibo again like mcgregor is mcgregor really belong in the ring with for our no hope so he'll sell tickets is people belong in the big leagues probably not but he'll sell tickets i'm he'll make you money we had some callers calling yesterday about the economics of sports and somebody aspect one of all the sales of tickets tickets don't don't sell out that often a baseball i mean the mets i'm looking at the mets color game right now and it just like a wide shot there's people there there's people but it's not a soldout game people tibo will put more seats put more got people in the in the in the seats in their seats in the state's please don't call now of the major leagues please don't even advancing to aa and let him go like twentythree games and hit to eighty in a couple of home runs and be like oh yeah yeah earned it i would love to be wrong about tibo i would love to see him.
"tiba" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Vice incharge remote thirty thousand residents who threatens supply take delivery by seven five something that baseball fans have known for a while they didn't sign tim tibo to a minor league contract because he's such a great prospect correspondent scott goldberg has the story this after you have to give him credit even as he draws lots of fans wearing his number fifteen minutes jersey two minorleague league games the former football player known more for praying than scoring isn't letting this go to his head the other people's here in your name in the first inning but wait till they have a couple of drinks in the seventh inning there might be doing new and now the mets gm sandy alderson is admitting for the first time all this might have been about selling jerseys the teams talent scout didn't want his name listed as tboz signing agent so the mets listed the team's director of merchandizing and it's not just jerseys the minorleague florida fire frogs will be selling the dirt tiba we'll be standing on one st lucie mets visit later this month when news time four thirty five former president barack obama touted the paris climate accord despite what he called the temporary absence of us leadership he says the accord will still be a critical factor in helping our children solved the enormous problem of civilization he made his comments during a conference in seoul president trump has announced the us withdrawal from the pact after his speech obama met with south korean leader wins news time four thirty six the paris prosecutor's office says a farright nationalist who was plotting to assassinate french president emmanuel macron has been arrested a spokeswoman says the suspect a 23yearold man wanted to kill macron on the steel day during the parade on the show trump italy say where president trump is set to be a guest of honour according to documents obtained by french media the suspect also said he wanted to attack blacks arabsat jews and homosexuals it's known as the pope's.