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"tilles" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

07:32 min | 10 months ago

"tilles" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Yes the. I think it was christmas eve. She was vet because she leading the entire round rondo ham which i had removed and pushed into the corner of a bench in kitchen thinking. She couldn't reach it. Well she did and she. I said and as she was going out the door of just so her licking lips in look ram to see missing. jeff tilles till the end. But i'm going to ask them to complete the sentence. I can't believe my dog eight. Oh god i'll probably. I'm all of the The housing all around the pool. We had a poll enough. I how soon and she left the gate open so she go for swim. Because that's really sensible. Isn't it Takeout anyway a d. thinking that she would like to swim not having clear back then. And yes. She put out the entire motorcyclists watering system. And shoot it up. And when i came back he was just shoot up across the loan. She had chewed through wise and shosha down the entire electrical system. It's a house as well. So when i find i didn't see that at first when i came home and there was my power. are found nj. Australians gonna power on she said on this. No problem in your area and i looked outside to see the water fountain. The leads were choose from that. And i said to the on the final found the problem and she said all heavy book so you must have circuit break has also off but no idea and she said well you must have because you would be date so i i k and then when i went out and so the mess i almost my husband comes home. You're gonna be dead anyway. Dead will behind request show. Now she wasn't she wasn't an ran ramps onto up best. I could other things inside the house the comfortable and oh just anything. Enough got my hercules. Now is flying the flag to hurt because he is the sign of had to my launch but she chewed losses. Sunglasses it. We had a role that she wasn't institute story house and she wasn't allowed upstairs and she was really good with that again. I think looking back. I don't think he was much much training that she didn't go upstairs. I wasn't competing with them. To see i think it was a factor of the muscle wastage weakness that she stays would have been very difficult for her misogynist. She was incredibly well. Tuned into awesome relaunched upstairs downstairs. We ended up having an extremely tidal health Because nothing to be left down. Nothing told the dog beds. Anything any nice comfy things that we wanted to leave her outside when we went there with chewed. lice everything eleven to royal and Eucalyptus oil to the june side. Anything our member Slicing up shaking and moving away from the bench while started intended to chelsea. Who doing something and coming back and thinking was going insane because the chopping gold would be there and the nas would bay. They're all lined up and nothing was out of place except the food was missing so she was. She was so good so good at it but she missed the mind and ever any sort of like russia's to the to the vet yes yes Yeah for the ham that was good Another time are this was my fault. I told some trips out of my pocket and was letting them out. My hand could should done something right. And then i realized that they were There was a two dollar coin in that and she had eight and when our founder bet they said yes. She does need to pass that so offended chelsea. I think it was five dollars to pick up her Pay for the week and reporting anyway. They think she wants to for that. Much money but We never found it and we exploit it and she passed. That was bruce but most of the time it was it was just chewing and we had very good management around it but yet anything we left down. People would come in and type shoes off nike shoes on. It's much safer. We went precious But at the time it was a new house over months interesting when you would be would wool town and they would be shougang. You mentioned. She should on her bed. What were her sleeping arrangements. Much being credited side She was fine in her cry. But she couldn't have comfy like plush things in her crime she which have to have layers of towel overbid. Sam comfy beds looks snowstorms interesting. What about when she was outside. When you move to your rural area yes. She chewed the dining outside joining table. All the chairs on not to paces but just yet to say we used to use and spray it with eucalyptus But that didn't actually work and we went to a product could crip stop which is actually for horses that wind sock insurance fencing and she actually apply it with a mosque because that's how strong it is But after nearly charkhi all of us nearly charging today trying to apply we'd sort of found might be we just removes. The table was easier The media special travelling in the car with us a crate. Or did she have a nice. She was no. She just pretended she was fine. Traveling when you travel to sydney a lot and sort of up toward mcquarry that the distance to do obedience competitions and she could even draw trouble in the caa with adult that she would be competing ways ways because at that level. The jokes were pretty stable. So site will stable jobs around her. She would actually be really good. She was fond with them. So we would be united. Ted the one on the back seats in one in the sort of In right in the back in the cargo area and should be slightly fawn. She was a good trample and she was a great joke with other stable dogs but And they usually had to be that stable. You.

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"tilles" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"tilles" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And that way there there's kind of a collective push behind it instead of just having a few of the stronger members doing where we're just like all right big guys say but what about the small guys. Sure that's part of it. I also think that in the past it was we think abt forties behind this and china would say no. They're not that's ridiculous and what's different here is a forty is behind it. We're tired of it and we need you to stop now stopping short of saying and we're going to do sanctions. Which would be more provocative. But again i point out that china has not been dismissive of this china. Hasn't done their usual shrug of like You're imagining things i imagine. They will But just the fact that they're posing a little longer to think about it is is some sort of an effect whether that will turn into anything or not who knows And also i I think the most practical part of this is having a unified document that says. Hey here's some mitigation. Here's some best practices. We're calling you out you don't have to even take responsibility. We know what you're doing and here's how to stop world. Maybe one of the more powerful parts of the entire statement. And you know what might turn into something. What sarah chili peppers seeds. Hear me us here. Yeah actually turned into something. I'm unlike rhetoric. Nasa astronauts are growing red and green chili peppers on the international space station for what nasa says will be one of the longest and most challenging plant experiments attempted aboard the orbital lab the forty eight chili pepper seeds hitched a ride to the station in june on a space x commercial resupply services mission and. Nasr's shane kimbrough inserted the seeds they were inside of science carrier device into the advanced plant habitat or ap h on july twelfth. The is the largest plant growth facility on the sporting one hundred eighty sensors and even allowing partial control from the kennedy space center back on earth to make sure those peppers are looking okay. These are hatch green chilies to which green chilies when they get ripen. Become red which is why you're seeing their red angry tilles but These these are the kind of peppers that in these parts. Here when they show up at the grocery store they put a big banner up like the hatch. Green chilis are here fresh from new mexico. Get up like the this stuff. i think..

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"tilles" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"tilles" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And that way there there's kind of a collective push behind it instead of just having a few of the stronger members doing where we're just like all right big guys say but what about the small guys. I'm sure that's part of it. I also think that in the past it was we think abt forties behind this and china would say no. They're not that's ridiculous and what's different here is a forty is behind it. We're tired of it and we need you to stop now stopping short of saying and we're going to do sanctions. Which would be more provocative. But again i point out that china has not been dismissive of this china. Hasn't done their usual shrug of like You're imagining things i imagine. They will But just the fact that they're posing a little longer to think about it is is some sort of an effect whether that will turn into anything or not who knows And also i I think the most practical part of this is having a unified document that says. Hey here's some mitigation. Here's some best practices. We're calling you out you don't have to even take responsibility. We know what you're doing and here's how to stop world. Maybe one of the more powerful parts of the entire statement might turn into something. What sarah chili peppers seeds. Hear me us here. Yeah actually turned into something. I'm unlike rodrick. Nasa astronauts are growing red and green chili peppers on the international space station for what nasa says will be one of the longest and most challenging plant experiments attempted aboard the orbital lab the forty eight chili pepper seeds hitched a ride to the station in june on a space x commercial resupply services mission and. Nasr's shane kimbrough inserted the seeds they were inside of science carrier device into the advanced plant habitat or ap h on july twelfth. The is the largest plant growth facility on the sporting one hundred eighty sensors and even allowing partial control from the kennedy space center back on earth to make sure those peppers are looking okay. These are hatch green chilies to which green chilies when they get ripen. Become red which is why you're seeing their red angry tilles but These these are the kind of peppers that in these parts. Here when they show up at the grocery store they put a big banner up like the hatch. Green chilis are here fresh from new mexico. Get up like the this stuff. i think..

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So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

Gastropod

01:52 min | 1 year ago

So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

"This might sound like a just so story. But why is the chili pepper hub and said that we spoke to marazul procedure. She's a chef and culinary historian and she wrote an incredibly beautiful book called peppers of the americas which traces chili peppers all the way back to their south american origin so their forebears of today's peppers and tomatoes split off from sister about two feet median years ago in south america myself suspect then millions of years ago peppers looked and smelled like a tasty snack to the animals in the region. Which was the problem. Because the chili peppers precious seeds would get destroyed in most animal guts and chili peppers. Want to have baby chili peppers and tilles developed a defence strategy. It devilish non-poisonous thing In the form of facing which is an alkaloid said it's painful to most animals. They spots they avoided them but burst. Didn't birds have this amazing ability to not feel the heat sensation. Because they don't have the same heat receptors in their mouths or their skin. The way we do joining the chili. Chorus is denise coon. He's the chili pepper researcher at new mexico state university home to the one and only chili pepper institute and so they can eat lots and lots of these tiny little berries and pass it through their digestive system unharmed and grows into a new plant whereas s mammals. We can feel the heat and it passes through desk system and actually our our system destroys the seeds so it can't grow into a new plant. And that's kinda why we think that the chili pepper plant evolved caps and wants to keep mammals from eating them but then look at. What do denise told us. Chili peppers are the only plants in the world that produce kept sason and because chile's are making kept space and to protect their precious needs. They put most of that protection right around those seeds.

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In community and out of prisons

Women on the Line

04:38 min | 1 year ago

In community and out of prisons

"In any given year hundreds of kids language behind bars in australia. The minimum age of criminal responsibility is ten in other words of both graded can be arrested and brought before corp camera is the only jurisdiction has taken steps theresa age this week on women on the line raise the age campaigner and solicitor. sophie Explains why locking up. Kids is not only traumatic for the child but exposes them to further And in the second half of the show to win times marissa's Chats bronwyn carlson a professor of indigenous studies at macquarie university. We want to thank maria for giving us permission to play his special international woman's day coverage but first up. Let's look at the campaign to raise their age. Welcome to woman on the line sophie. Thank you very hurt before we look at raise the age campaign. I thought it'd be important to discuss some of the issues that kind of a span the campaign. so let's stop from the top. What factors lead to youth offending proably aware but in australia children as ten year old can be arrested by police and putting the present. So we're talking about extremely young children when we talk about these ideas offending offending anything Maybe an out of home care who Throws them dinner across the room because they get frustrated right through to the things that we might move typically think about like lifting or Some sort of property graffiti something like that. So there's a whole Spectrum of how young people might get caught up in the criminal justice system aboriginal and torres to own the kids of on will likely to be picked up by police arrested put in prison cells than non indigenous kids and the reason that this is a combination of voice over policing so these kids just thing more visible to police and police targeting these these children more often and policies which make lot hotter for these keys high level of poverty and more insecure in unaffordable housing. Things like that got you. And so what happens when children do come into contact with the criminal justice system i had is there. Life generally pan out so again it really depends on who the child is So as i said keep the jiang. ten can come into contact with criminal justice system for that means they might be arrested by police. Taken to a police lockup cell or the night with they might be held that we brought before court and it will be decided what happens to that child Kids that i worked with minimum territory. you know often within sent to sent to juvenile justice detention centers so effectively presents You know where they can be held. If any length of time ed alternative of course his kids particularly to on average charge two kids who come from more privileged background. They might get diverted by police. They might be given a warning that might be taken hunch their parents so a lot hangs on how the police interact with the children. Right the reason. I ask that question was to sort of look at what happens. Like how does prison exists the issue so these kids are going in for minor problems but what does the criminal justice system due to them. Yeah so you almost nothing. Good comes out of the criminal justice system. All the medical evidence tells us that The younger child comes into contact with the criminal justice system. The more likely that they will stay engaged. So that means you know you pay if a kid is eleven years old when they first have contact with police them much more likely to later in life including when adult continue to have that that contact with the criminal justice system and there were lots of reasons to this. But they're all pretty simple when you when you take a kid a child away from their family away from schooling away from all those social structures and support if extremely traumatic for the child. A young person's brain is developing until the about twenty five itchy tilles very young so it disrupts the way brain can can form mature and clerk even basic things like egypt taken out of the formal education system. Says six months very hard for you to reengage with that when you get back. It's very hot. Eatery engage with your friends and your family and third. These kids have a lot of difficulty issuing than normal lives in the community officer being disrupted and very traumatic way by putting these children tension sensitive

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Like Water in the Desert

Gastropod

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Like Water in the Desert

"Philip start by introducing you all ramona. Button of ramona's american indian foods. I am Pima living on the pima reservation here on a hill river. I am also have donal them from south of here. They used to be known as the papagos. But now they're called the on them and the p. r. on them that's my other half mesa river people. And i'm gary ramona's husband terry button ramona. Interior farmers their farms about an hour. Southeast of phoenix on the way to tucson and the whole region is a desert. The sonoran desert includes phoenix and tucson and parts of california and it stretches all the way over. The border into mexico. Ramona's ancestors have been farming in the region for thousands of years and her dad kept the traditional live on the reservation where she grew up. My father did the wheat. He did the tempered. Beanstalk brown swam bob and the white tip rabin which is the start about and he did. Squash the gabon. Ceos watermelon and sugarcane and the black eyed peas just us above and chilies mostly. I don't for his chili. And those tilles are part of what brought ramona and terry together. Ramona had left the reservation to work as a nurse. In south dakota terry was there studying lakota songs and culture friends introduce them and they told ramona. That terry had picked up a few words of pima as well. That's the language of ramona's people in the south west. So terry tried out his rudimentary pima on her. And i said well you're saying it correctly but you're Die like accent is different and so it was a little bit hard to decipher. But i could understand him. So i said well Maybe we're a good match and so it happens. And then when i came when i met ramona the first experience i had with southwest cuisine was her dad's long green chilis and they were so hot they blistered my lips. They turned white. She would send him to me in the mail when i went back to school. Share with some of my buddies. Nobody could eat them and her dad. Pretty famous actually in the local community as well known for he's used to sell small brown paper lunch sacks with chilis and he'd have mild and medium hot he regulate a chilly temperature by the way he irrigated his chile's he wouldn't let anybody else water his plots not just because he was manipulating the firing of his tilles. It was because the water itself was so rare and so precious. There was never enough. A shirt is a place full of things other than water. They get a bad rap because they have low rainfall and It's as if they're empty spaces. Gay napkin is a desert agricultural ecologist. And he's written more than a dozen books about agriculture and the desert and its foods. He lives an hour south of tucson also in the sonoran desert within a mile and a half of where i am sitting right. Now we have evidence of forty five hundred years of agriculture in the form of corn remains from an archaeological site. So i am in the valley in the united states with the oldest history of agriculture. Yeah well as far back and farther back than written history can go. The people were farming. Here when padre eusebio kino who was the first non indian person to come into this country came here and visited the payments in sixteen seventy five. They were irrigating their fields with diversions from the hilo river at that time

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"tilles" Discussed on Live and Learn

Live and Learn

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"tilles" Discussed on Live and Learn

"And you do not have enough resources to build immediately the best solution that its tail you're you have a chance to survive. By building atop. And so cool, you mentioned it now and that. Can Be the answer to the question you asked in the beginning. So what do you prosperous? Cultures and countries than do if they hadn't experienced. Dramatic Yeah if they hadn't had traumatic experiences in recent generations, they tell stories, they tell fairytales to further generations this held they how you keep the memory of something. Traumatic that can or might happen and this is how you teach young kids to react. You'll give examples with fairytale. So they know how to be collaborative how to creativity, how to find the way out of difficult situation it says. Tests. Had the wisdom of the folklore chillier you were asking about. What constituents resilience right and we can try and think of various sub categories the ones that overlap one another I guess. So I wouldn't say it's one, two, three, four than they have. They are separate sectors but this is something that the bigger or the larger the overlapping s so the more structured would be and more protected or stable it might be. Shall I would probably start with the very idea of the factors that. Influence or that can be distinguished when we're talking about the resilience and we started with the South like you really need to have the south. Taken care of. Now. But not one because we somehow misinterpreted than self Tilles Ation, and if we get back to seeing that, you can be resilient satisfying the needs of different levels. Of. DETERMINATIVE So then you can be resilient if you're even very far from self actualization. And Stale would do need to have to be resilient to be able to calm down critical or traumatic situation. That, that's actually one of the examples that we had given to on the twenty first century skills for educators is to when we're talking about all the hardship when you to survive for the new situation. So the new regulations holiday.

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Oracle Deal With TikTok to Undergo U.S. Security Review

WSJ What's News

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Oracle Deal With TikTok to Undergo U.S. Security Review

"As we reported this morning, Oracle has struck a deal with Tiktok over the video sharing APPs US operations Tiktok hopes the arrangement will address the trump administration's national security concerns about the APP our reporter Aaron Tilles says the deal still have some hurdles to clear including a review by the US Treasury Department. We need to see if this satisfies the trump administration's demands. For the TIKTOK issue, an earlier trump had been saying that it had to be sold to an American company. In this case, it doesn't appear Oracle is going to buy tiktok outright more be technology. Partners. So we need to see if that satisfies trump's demands as it relates to national security that he said, it was about an on the Chinese side. There wasn't export law from China few weeks ago about the exporting in purchase of of Algorithms suggested Algorithms that Tiktok owns that does not appear to be part of the deal with Oracle. So that will likely satisfy China but we'll still have to see if they're willing to let this deal go through it. All president trump has threatened to shut down the APP and the US this month without a deal.

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"tilles" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"tilles" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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Robust Fit to Nature

Data Skeptic

05:42 min | 2 years ago

Robust Fit to Nature

"I enjoy bringing neurologists on the show from time to time as I'm going to do today. In invariably I work in some sort of question about how different the brain is from the machine approach to intelligence. How apples to oranges? These things are in many ways that's fair, and we may eventually develop Agi in some exotic way that bear similar resemblance to our existence, just a computational process that exhibits this property called consciousness who knows but as often as I say it's apples to oranges. It's I. Don't know honey crisp to gala or Fujita red. Delicious Carl Sagan said about Apple Pie the point being that. If you frame it this way, the brain is a highly over parameter. Is the machine yet? It's still learns pretty well. We also have artificial machines that are highly over parameter. That's a complication for us there, so maybe just maybe there's a roadmap somewhere in here and things like evolution in urology can point the way forward. Along. This week on the show. I'm talking to reassign one of the authors on the paper, robust fit to nature, an evolutionary perspective on biological and artificial neural networks. Can't. My name is Alexa. I'm Apple Festival. Neil scientists. According to Department at Princeton, university, or can you tell us a little bit about your specific interest? Within neuroscience, we study out the human brain function in the real world, severely using naturalistic setups and care a lot about our people communicate the thought people, non woods and neuroscience and fields. I may be more familiar with like computer, science and machine learning. Certainly, there's some overlap and collaboration, but we're not known for collaboration per. Se yet I know for meeting some of your papers in particular the. The robust fit to nature paper. We're going to discuss. You have a strong fluency in these tools, so I want to ask you. At what point did you become interested in machine learning so relatively recently, I was saying the last five to ten years. What is unique about my? We understand other brain is operating in life, not realistic setups, so we really don't usually use a lot of the control experiment that are used in cognitive sokaia Daniel signs so most of the modeling and competition. Competition Walk in our food was not given to us because it was never applied to listrik setups excitedly sounded like a black tool in in Messina attention to have modest that sort of cognitive problems. For example you have minded cocoon is faces as good as humans. Instead they ask why these like new models are coming out of fill in computer science. Oh, by companies start to slow cognitive problems in life and second to ask out of this mother's relevant to kneel. Scientists are quality. There's. There's a lot of I. Suppose perspectives on this. Certainly the way of human learns in the way machines currently learned I guess some similarities, but they're quite different. Are we even in a place where we can have strong discussions about this, or is there something exotic Lee apples to oranges about the way machines in the human brain work? It's a good question I think. If you ask most of the people in my field, they will say well, not so, what actually really relevant to in? Kings? It was so different and if you look at the Tilles, that people use now to think about the way and psychology and cognitive functions it will also look very different. But the more we looked into this modernist related, actually that they might be to the same family of models as human brain and amusing details, family of models to say that the obviously a lot of differences between biological networks in official neural networks, but we now think that they might belong to the same family of and broadly speaking. What is that family? Can we characterize it in some mathematical way? We. Can I take what unique about? It down models. What is the time to act down model? The title understand and let me explain if you think about go back to the example of faces face net is a model tied to give the proper name, the Labor of the name of the face. We Batticaloa image. If you think about language modern, it's modern to predict the next world in sentence or complete a sentence if you think about driving a car. To drive, so if you think I'm GonNa, sit downing. It's what I to act in performance. Pacific function and they don't think down what a tight to understand the world. To Act in the world, and we stopped to think that the brain also have is like when without desire to act now brain designed to acting six and not designed to understand the situation, and this is very different perspective. 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We Live On Zoom Now  And That Might Be a Problem

On The Media

08:54 min | 2 years ago

We Live On Zoom Now And That Might Be a Problem

"Zoom has become the default meeting place of the world. There are a lot of virtual conference APPs. What's so special about this one? It has exploded in use mostly because it's reliable. They can handle shoddy connections. It can also facilitate meetings have quite large solid. If you WANNA catch up with friends you're able to do that. And of course this free as well so plateaued from a just videoconferencing piece of software right up to a defacto social network now at last count I believe there were nine hundred crap. Tilles zoom users. But it's free. So what's the business model? It's not advertising. So what then right where they do to encourage people to upgrade to them will premium plans. You can page more features maybe could add more people and businesses especially do this as well but of course there is a loss of alum data transfers loudest while we. Yeah well hold. That thought you first started reporting on Zoom in twenty nineteen even then it showed itself to have one major glitch. Tell me about it. Yeah in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. A research found a pretty serious problem with zoom in that Pretty Skilled Hackett would be able to take over a web camera of Zuma music. Obviously this is probably the last thing you want. Twenty using video conferencing piece of software. Fortunately zoomed did fix that issue but apple also had to push update to sort of deal with it itself as well and put a blemish on zooms record. Yeah and you've been documenting the blemishes. Let's start with the facebook data issue. Facebook and data are two words that when combined give you the Hebrew? Jb's what are the particulars? So I found that when you open the zoom APP It would send data to facebook regardless of whether you actually had a council. Thanks pickle knelt so this included the type of phone. You were using the time zone city you connecting from and unique appetizing. Id that accompany could use potentially two targets advertisements in the future. The key thing was that this was not mentioned explicitly in zooms privacy policy. I mean a lot of APPs do this. It's certainly not uncommon for APPs to send data to facebook. But you would hope for us to make an informed. Decision companies would actually disclose information. And that's not what they did. When I contacted zoom to comment. They took some time a few days later. They actually signed to remove the code that send the data to facebook. Didn't they claim that they weren't even aware that this code was in their software and that facebook was getting this data you know is it just like yeast sitting ambient in the air. How could they not realize that? The code was there so lots of companies including facebook. They push out these so-called software development kits rusty KS which basically bundles of Code Levin APP to lots of features. That means that the APP developer doesn't have to build it from the ground up themselves so he could use the FACEBOOK S. T. K. To perhaps log into Soom via facebook but of course a scientific of that is the cameras result in some of this data transfer and zoom apparently. Wasn't aware of that when they started using this code. Now there is something else that's going on. I guess in the realm of unintended consequences. If you sign up to zoom using your company email you get a bonus now so if you sign up if you'll company or your work email is due will kind of pool if those uses together. So let's say I sign up in my work. Email Joseph Cox advice dot COM resume. Ooh than put all of a vice come uses in my contact list and this is supposed to make it easier for colleagues to communicate with one another because it puts them in the context. That's an interesting featuring it might be helpful. But some users I spoke to they found when they were signing that personal email addresses not affiliated with work whatsoever. They were having fountains of people pushing so that contacts Who will complete strangers and this gave them the ability to trying to start a video call with them. See that name see that photo and see if they were online it seems to be a bit of oversight from Zoom in mats. They allowed some addresses. G Milo Yahoo to not work this feature. But they haven't done it for every single Imelda to make this really weird side effect of strangers exposing their data to one another now. Are there any actual horror stories attendant to this glitch? Not particularly with that issue but it does relate more to the more general zoom bombing issue. Zoom meetings are getting hijacked in a new trend called zoom bombing. I it just seemed like people were checking in and then very quickly devolved into a lot of pornographic images being dumped as screen shots people hosting the public zoom meetings. You know maybe they put out a link and they say hey. We're having a guest today. Who's going to lecture about something or educates us about something and you're welcome to join if you want. But some people are joining and then using a featuring zoom allows them to share. What's on their computer? They press a button and then they abutting resume cool with hardcore pornography. Right help to hate speech against minorities so there is a real spectrum here of all. It may be a funny little prank right up to where they can. It should be targeted harassment as well. You could possibly on your meeting but if you wanted to be public don wants to do that. So you have to go into the settings and disable something else like not letting people share their screens. The burden is delegated to the user to work fast out. There's a one final issue and that concerns. The companies claim that it offers end to end encryption of its matings. That just isn't true. Yeah in their marketing material on their website. Zoom prominently says they have end to end encryption. And this means ensure that if I'm having a zoom conference cool the only two entities can be able to read that communication will view it. It's GonNa be me and the person I'm speaking to the attraction then twins encryption. Why messaging platforms such as what sap have rose. How ever zoom simply does not use into encryption? Even though it says it does the intercept. Fallon's when they went through the technical details approach the company Zoom omitted. It doesn't actually do this. And of course. Incredibly misleading marketing and that needs to be remedied and use these there is also a trade off because zoom has become so large so rapidly and technical limitations of you being able to dial into meeting with a telephone call. Robin with the computer is actually quite complicated to get end to end encryption going but that doesn't mean they should be misleading uses about US tool. It turned out that the only thing that was end to end encrypted was the messaging that users could do back and forth individually while in the larger meeting by Ms Course if use of reads the website and sees encryption. It's not it's going to be fair to the user to assume that that means myzone meetings my big conference schools with my friends. Will my company also criticism this way? But unfortunately that's not the case and these sorts of encryption they used US potentially gives zoom the possibility to look at more use the data. Then it would be if it was properly encrypted. None of what we've been discussing seems that zoom is a menace to our privacy in large way but the company has gotten into the sites of various regulators. What's going on New York? Since lesser to zoom asking him to clarify Walsall Security Measures in privacy protections. They have actually put in place especially as zoom has skyrocketed in popularity and then after our reporting about the facebook data transfer a user did file a class action lawsuit in California citing the state's new data protection. Act arguing that use. The data was transferred without permission. So we have to see if she sends up in court on a K. Principle of Internet law is the notion that platforms are not responsible for the content that they pass along to users. We're zoom fit in in this notion of being held harmless for the mischief of those who use the platform. Yes maybe five. Ten years ago there was a much more widespread belief that facebook and twitter and social networks could be sort of hands off the uses. That thing and we'll stop you if you do anything illegal. But that sort of it that's has been a great cultural shift in that especially around the social networks and they are being particularly more hands on when it comes to all sorts of contents especially harassment. As well and I think logically that could extend to zoom because it's not just a video conferencing piece of software. Today it has become a social network. Children are using zoom teenagers. Young adults everybody basically is on this platform and when harassment is taking place when racial harassment is taking place logically. Zoom also has the same sort of responsibility to protect its uses. Is there a larger lesson to be drawn here? Just about the general risk taken the trade offs that we make when taking advantage of technology particularly social media. The utility is obvious there but not without its dangers. Yeah I mean when a social media ramp or any sorts of communication tech platform you know skyrockets in popularity people need to bear in mind particular risks of that and maybe if the APP hasn't received all that much scrutiny before maybe uses onto worry about that of course it would be nice if companies prioritized the engineering of privacy insecurity before they became massive communication platforms. But at least maybe they can deal with that

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Giant golden asteroid contains enough heavy metals to make everyone on Earth a billionaire

Houston's Morning News

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Giant golden asteroid contains enough heavy metals to make everyone on Earth a billionaire

"An asteroid gold rush could be the catalyst for a new space race this time of course with the chinese there are asteroids loaded with precious metals that could be worth trillions space expert keith cowing says maybe not possible within our lifetimes i would definitely tell people to hold off don't go buying stock and the psyche mining corp just yet cowing says we're likely going to need to build mining stations to hold what we mined from asteroids that are millions of miles away asteroid psyches sixteen that's why he got the psyche mining stock it's believed to hold seven hundred quin tilles dollars worth of precious heavy metals that would be enough to make every person on earth right now a billion again what's a billion worth of everybody's got a billion

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World War II veterans return to Normandy for 75th D-Day anniversary

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:55 min | 3 years ago

World War II veterans return to Normandy for 75th D-Day anniversary

"Have followed several day veterans from every corner of America who made the journey back today. We saw them up on that stage and one of them had remarkable moment with the French president. What happened on that stage and we were waiting for ninety six year old stand Friday. Right. Afterward. They were determined to make the journey back the American World War Two veterans who were here on d day returning to the beaches, hand-in-hand perfect strangers saying, thank you. Thank you, big, baby. Thank you. Today that gratitude king for world leaders the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, the first lady Bridget, mccrone landing here to thank the Americans, the allied troops for liberating, France. Reading President Trump and first lady Melania Trump. The two world leaders were take to the stage with those World War, Two veterans among them. So many of the veterans we have followed president mccrone walking up to stand freiden from Pennsylvania. President Trump, we've Vincent Unger from Florida. Later. It was the French president shaking Vinnie's hand. President Trump greeting jet Claiborne from Tennessee. There was Hemos back on the left based in Yakima, Washington and win the crowd gathered here. Saw the veterans faces on those big screens, the swelling applause, and then the standing ovation. President book grow and saying, France is not forgotten. We know what we owe. Do you've the runs all freedom on behalf of my nation is useful to say thank you. The President Trump seeded up, so many of the World War, Two heroes on hand telling them this. You're the pride of our nation. You are the glory of our Republic, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Then that rare honor the legion of honor the highest distinction from France for five Americans, including stand Friday, who we have followed all the way from Pennsylvania who after d day went far out ahead of the rest. The scope out the danger. He was a scout. We distinct to concentration camps before they were liberated stunningly Friday Stanley Friday on behalf of the French Republic. I would you the distinction of night of the beach in of onum? We were waiting for STAN right after. Congratulations. You didn't tell us yesterday. Didn't tell me either the French had reached out to him. But STAN had no idea honor this grant. What was it like up there on that stage? Thrilling. Dream, they're only about three hundred foreigners in the world who ever been given that French honor that you were given as a. Which in honor is at ninety six MRs stands first time back to Normandy for years. He would not talk about what he saw partly because of the friend. He lost my best buddy isn't it was Monday, then we relate this tighter in brothers would give our life through each other without a worded. Then. And we did everything together but out on separate patrols, he would lose that friend, manic paternity tilles trae died. He wanted to know if I was while he was dying at some his. Liz. Stan remembering the brother, he lost honoring the fallen. Looking out over all Maha beach, the two presidents and the first lady's. The flyer. In for STAN this day and his new metal is for all of the brothers. They lost meadow of part is for the guys head. They're, they're the era. I'm the standard there to here, everyone in these men, right? I represent. Stand telling me it's about the brothers who did not come home, the more than nine thousand who are buried right here behind me. And when you walk through the cemetery you see so many crosses with that date, June sixth, nineteen forty

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"tilles" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Welcome back, America. It's Hugh Hewitt. Thank you for listening. President Trump was this morning on good morning Britain with. Yes, Piers Morgan, your member him. Well from his disastrous run on CNN Pierce at with the president this morning. Cut. Number nineteen economy is doing well in America's doing great our economy's pretty much stolen in this country because of his own going Brexit fiasco as many people see it, the labour leader, Jerry Coleman, apparently wanted to see declined that kind of patient. He spend the most today shouting screaming about you, and protesting saying, how are you? There is a child, if this goes wrong for the conservative policy, the next month's, he could end up. Prime minister could you imagine actually doing trade deal with Britain with someone like Jeremy tilles it's always possible anything's possible. I don't know. He wanted to meet. It was very tough to meet and probably inappropriate to be to be honest with you. A lot of things are happening right now with respect to our country and the country. My country and let's call them almost the same because I feel that way it's really a tremendous relationship. So, I think it was appropriate to meet him, but I would certainly would I'd have no problem with it. I think it's a longshot when you say that, you know, it's not I don't think it's going to happen. Seems to me would allow Britain to effectively sell the NHS as part of a trade deal. Would you the American presidency? That that's silly. Then Piers Morgan gives him a Winston Churchill bowler hat that actually Donald Trump's watch if you're watching on hughhewitt dot com, cut number twenty get free because we're in the church will bore. This is what Britain's greatest leader. Well an Easter weather he's famous from the hat. Make look as we've had one made fee. I like this is shut she'll at exactly the style used to wear. We thought it monogram, we've, wow, DJ t- behalf of good morning, Britain, and on TV present you with a church. It's a new that kind of sensibility. Beautiful. You'll have to do this. He didn't do that. Didn't do that. And he definitely didn't do that. You want to try. I'll try it, you know, because it one thing I by being a politician. It is my hair. I found out a long time that you will Boris Johnson has the best. But I think he's a good person. I think it's gonna be a very Trump. Is it Boris thorough, I guess? Well Nigel's another one. I like that. It's pretty Trump. I don't want to say, I don't want to destroy. I don't want to destroy anybody's career. Good people. They're good people and Jeremy's very good. I've gotten to know Germany, Germany. I do think Jeremy's very limit try this. Little good can get that investments. That looks I think I think Churchill Winston Trump, I think Winston looked better. I thought you know what there's a role in politics, never put on the hat. But he took it off quickly enough and given. Okay. Didn't look terrible. Then he talks about his mom being proud of him of meeting, the Queen cut number twenty eight. It's been incredible trip last night was really quite unbelievable with the Queen, because that is a great woman. You watch I believe the coronation when he was six years old in nineteen fifty three but you'll love it was a big Monica. She another Mary true and you wash sixty six years ago and what she lost night. I was thinking, what would your mother have made a little boy, Donald being the guest of on at a state banquet of Buckingham Palace with the same Queen now online teas, and you were there as president of the United States, she made it she would have been very proud. She would have never thought in terms of president because I never talked in terms of running for president. Decided to do it. And I won I said to a couple of people, I think I'm gonna do it, and then I said to my wife, I think I'll give it a shot just so, you know, you'll win, but I will say that my mother would have been very proud. She was commended fan of this country, and she was a she loves Scotland, she grew up in Stornoway. She left at nineteen for New York, she met my father and they will marry for she loved the rules. She loved the Royal she lived the Queen. And I always noticed whenever anything was on about the Queen, she would watch shoes, a big fan of detail. I told her last night, she was very honored. But my mother would always had great respect. She understood my mother and said, people very well. She knew people and she she got it right from the beginning. The Queen is a great lady. And my mother knew that appears doing a fine job, because he's allowing the president talk at length as opposed to interrupting him with notches questions. Here is a I mean, you've gotta ask pointing quest. In there are many, and we will get to them, but he also had this a quick, quick cut number twenty five. I will say being president of the United States. Even the way they treated me. I think I have a very good relationship with the people in the United Kingdom. But is it me or is it the country, our country loves you a country? I love you country when I am half. I've been if you think about it, right. He is half British mom with Scott. And here's Morgan doing a fine job. We'll.

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"tilles" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Toby tilles top stories yours, thanks to Chile who worked very, very hard to glean, all of that information for you at five twenty nine ninety seven point one wash FM show biz buzz on the way minutes. What's up? Well, we officially know who's replacing Ben Affleck as the new Batman, the rumors on the internet of things have been proven to be you'll find out. So much variety. That's what you get here with us. Ninety seven point one wash FM. We're Toby chilly in the morning back and fire. Good morning. Stop. Here's what of today's biggest songs..

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"tilles" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Number basic arithmetic like that. I'm going to just put them in order from most tilles like I'm gonna go Knicks. I was called the knickers clippers be careful with that word knickerbockers. Yeah. Plays clippers. Whereas Mike laughing at that. Okay nuts. I think the what he's more in the words watch him San with it. I man, if he first of all these line with the nets clippers ace, all my, they are really the clippers these, but that would be ho- Larry's because one thing for the Knicks to lose out to the clippers you like ads LA whatever Balmer, there's reasons. Right. Be sell funny. If he if the Knicks lost out, Kevin Durant to the nets is comedy. I mean. Forth, but that the Knicks outcome. So maybe they should be hired just because of the way fate where I've Warner's or fourth absolutely gone. Do you think he's more likely to leave, if they win or lose, by the way, don't tweet me Katie? I'm not, you know, it's just a guess I'm not I'm not saying that it's happening. I just this is all me guessing more likely clueless, more likely leave if the early win because mom will remind him every day that they won without him. Think he's coming back though. Well, I think that the surge that they've had recently has to make him like there's asked if you're human, you're like, oh, man, they really don't need me. Yes. Right. Okay. Yeah. So if he comes back, so he's gonna come back scenario, and they win. I think the I think he's more likely to leave. Yeah, I just think he's gone. He's gone meantime has gone, but thank you for hanging out today. It's so good at segues. You are awesome. Something is next..

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The Most Expensive Thing in the Universe

SPACE NEWS POD

05:02 min | 3 years ago

The Most Expensive Thing in the Universe

"Psyche sixteen is the most expensive thing that we know of in our solar system, it's made primarily of iron nickel similar to the earth's core in that respect, and it would completely crash the world's economy, if the company were to asteroid mine this thing, so if they were to take all of those materials backed out, it would absolutely be catastrophic for our economy right now, the world's economy is around seventy four trillion dollars at seventy four with twelve zeros behind it and sixteen psyche is ten Quin tilles dollars, which is a one with thirty one zeros behind it. It's very very expensive in that means that this asteroid one hundred thirty. Five thousand times more valuable than all of the money on the earth. This kind of value while you can't really wrap your head around it because we don't know anything this worth that much. This is the most expensive thing ever that we know of. So if you're kind of feeling overwhelmed thirty one zeros behind the one that's a really really big number, right? That out I'll take you a little while while it's because of all the nickel on this asteroid in the cool thing about this asteroid NASA is going to send a spacecraft to it is going to explore it. It's not going to mind it. So don't have to worry about the world's economy crashing ever. From this thing. But it's you know, they want to explore it because they want to kind of figure out if this is the core of a planet. You know, they want to they don't have the opportunity to look into the korva planet ever. So this thing is the closest that they're good get to the core of a planet that they can study because it's just for science. It's not for money. Now that being said can't another company go visit this asteroid and Mynatt while the short answer is yes, they could that surpass ability. It's in the realm of physics in engineering. Now, the other thing is it's going to cost a lot of money to get there. And they don't really know what to do with the asteroid when they get to. They put it in orbit around the moon to they take it back down to earth. Do the used these materials to build spacecrafts in space and to further explore the outer reaches of our solar system and our galaxy. Well, there's a couple companies out there that are working on asteroids mining, and if they were to be super evil if they were going to be dreadfully evil, they could grab this asteroid bring it back down to earth and crash the world's economy now. Luckily, nobody quite has that technology yet the working on it in the really do wanna start mining asteroids in the next thirty years, and in the grand scheme of things companies like, you know, planetary resources in other mining companies like them while it would only cost about two point six billion dollars. To capture Nastro it and bring it into orbit near earth. And then we could have human exploration of the asteroid. We send up robotic mining tools, and we could get all the stuff out of it in this most expensive asteroid it's named sixteen psyche. For a reason it was named after the psyche who Mary cupid in was put to death by Venus and cubits request Jupiter made psyche immortal. It's average diameter is about a hundred and thirty miles. That's one sixteenth diameter of earth's moon and about the distance between Los Angeles in San Diego. I've driven that a bunch of times actually when I lived in California that doesn't take that long to get across this whole asteroid couple hours actually in scientists think that the core of psyche. The whole thing the asteroid is possibly the core of an early planet may be as large as Mars and it lost its rocky outer layers due to a. Number of violent collisions billions and billions of years ago. Massa's mission to psyche targeted to launch in October of twenty twenty three and the psyche spacecraft would arrive at the asteroid twenty thirty following an earth gravity assist. Twenty twenty four and a Mars fly by in twenty twenty-five in over twenty one months in orbit the spacecraft will map and study sixteen psyches properties using multispectral imager again, Maria neutron spectrometer a mandatory voter and a radio instrument for gravity measurement in the mission's goal is among other things to determine whether psyche is indeed the core of a planet sized object.

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"tilles" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on The Interchange

"You've got CCA's cropping up throughout the state, and you know, other other questions about how the tilles going to survive going into the future. It was you know, the I think the twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen fires certainly raises questions about whether or not they'd been doing doing enough to trim trees away from the lines. You know, have they been dedicating time and resources to you know. Fix aging. Quip -ment trends, both transmission and distribution. And I think the the company has recognized this and pledged to do so much more going into the twenty nine hundred wildfire season. But it's undeniable at this point that the company is playing catch up and trying to mitigate this risk. We should though talk a little bit about one element to this that is California specific and not just because it's in wildfire territory, Catherine, you mentioned liability of a sort a little bit earlier the thing that has made this whole situation, particularly problematic for PG ni is this one rule in California known as inverse condemnation, which if I can summarize it you can correct me if I'm wrong. I mean, basically it says that if a if a wildfire is caused by PG knees equipment, whether or not PG and the did anything wrong whether or not there was any misconduct. PG knee is still. Still responsible for paying the cost of any property damage as a result and PG may be able to recover some of that through rates, but it's uncertain and it comes after the fact, and so that single rule the inverse condemnation rule is basically what sent PG knee into bankruptcy after wildfires in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen the governor Newsome, the governor of California just put out this new proposal that may ultimately be the sort of segue into changing inverse condemnation in one way or another, but I want to make two points about that proposal. The first one is that it was the result of one of the first things that he did when he came into office, which is that he convened a strike force to address the wildfire issue in. This was the this was the paper that came out of the strikeforce. And I just wanted to note that if I do nothing else in life at some point in my life. I will convene a strike strikeforce to do something the sex. The second point that I was gonna make is that actually the response to governor newsome's proposal, which it'd be good for you to maybe outline briefly. But the response has been really interesting. I'll just give you a quote, this is from Julian Mulan Smith who's an equity analyst covering PG knee at Bank of America is a quote from a note that he just put out he said, we believe California's governor newsome's widely anticipated wildfire and climate change proposal on Friday was the single most constructive update from a sitting governor in recent memory in the utility sector nationally. So he was loud ING, it basically and saying that the that that governor Newsome is really taking these issues seriously and grappling with all the challenges and maybe coming up with some attractive solutions. He's coming from the sort of, you know, recovering the utility stock perspective, obviously, so they're going to be other perspectives. But could you maybe give us a quick outline of? What is the? The governor thinking might make sense to deal with this intractable problem. Sure. So there there's a there's a few things it was a pretty wide ranging set of proposals in worth noting too that he didn't take a hard stance on. What is exactly the right way forward, but rather put forth a number of proposals? That policy makers will continue to study in debate. When it comes to the issue of liability, which of course, the equity analysts are watching closely is so one idea is that there could be catastrophic wildfire fund perhaps it's capitalized by three utilities. Another proposal is shifting to a fault based standard. So with inverse condemnation, they're strict liability, and therefore, the utility is liable for a property damages regardless of whether or not it was at fault. This proposal would change that..

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"tilles" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Science Friday

"What are these coal ash ponds did the tilles have them? So for a long time any power plants have used water to process coal. So when it comes time to dispose, the wet ways, let's left over after Colston burned. It's dumped into pits in the ground. And those pits are cauti- ponds in the Pons vary greatly and size and appearance. I've seen one that looks like a lake another that was capsule. It just looks like a large area of dry dirt. But nearly all of them is very and across the nation. Don't have liners to separate them and the rest of the environment. And a lot of them are near major rivers or bodies a wire that people depend on and some of them have existed for forty fifty years, but they've been largely unregulated. So if you don't have liners, right? I know in pools, you have liners in these pits don't have liners. They these ponds could be contaminating the groundwater. Yeah. Yeah. So there's been some new data to suggest that these ponds are contaminated groundwater and under the environment protection. Agency's twenty fifteen coal ash rule. Utility companies are required to monitor groundwater near these ponds. And file an annual report about the levels of chemicals that collage contains like arsenic lead. Mercury and environmental lawyers at Washington University here in St Louis have been analyzing data for active Ponsa, Missouri. And they found levels of chemicals like arsenic that have exceeded federal drinking water standards and unintentional love. There have been environmental groups like Earthjustice, they've found exceedances and toxic chemicals or ponds for a believe more than sixty power plants across the country. Now there have been a lot of people living near these ponds for for decades. How do they feel about this news? So, unfortunately, a lot of residents near these pas aren't aware they exist, but there are few very engaged communities like the residents who live near Amer Missouri's power plan elaborate, Missouri. That's a rural town about forty miles outside of Saint Louis, and they absolutely want the ways excavated and taken somewhere else, but Amarin has decided to cap the ponds without removing the waist, and so some of the residents came to a recent public hearing that the state regulators held a couple of weeks ago about it's developing rule for coal ash, including twelve year old Ella all to came with her mother everyone. We know says that the Ashqelon should be dug up and put in the landfall fill and the water cleaned up. We all drink well water and many of us are scared that the pollution. They have found will end up hurting us and our neighbors. These teenagers are going to save all of us. Right. You mentioned that the. Date wants to regulate these puns, how strong could that regulation. Be. Yes. So I wanna backup first second. Because there's an interesting thing about the federal rule. So the coal ash ways is not classified as hazardous waste because the coal industry lobbied pretty hard for it not to be in because it's not considered hazardous waste. The EPA is leaving it to states to regulate Kalash ponds and landfills so Missouri's been developing its plan, and it's playing is planning to send it to the EPA to get approved this year. But there's been a lot of unhappiness from environmentalists and residents who point out provisions that allow utility companies to not have to clean up contamination of their excessive levels or not even to have to do groundwater monitoring. And earlier this month or last month, rather, the EPA had sent a letter to the Missouri department resources saying that the state's plan is weaker than the federal rule is that right? Yeah. So that means they would have to beef it up. It sounds like it..

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"tilles" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"tilles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"At factory lasted tilles Eighty-one and played all around. So Cal really a long time recently. Oh, here's another. Oh bit. Wow. Long time longtime TV personality. Tom Hatton has passed away at ninety two. Yeah. This guy he was on big TV shows like Gomer Pyle Hogan's heroes. Get smart wings. Hawaii five o. He was in movies. Sweet charity spies like us. He primed on Broadway and his claim to flame fame, which I used to watch. Religiously was a Popeye Popeye and his friends, and it was after school, and Tom Hatton would be there with his sailor outfit in. He was in retrospect, I'm looking us buff. Very good looking. I if I know if I knew then what I would know now, why new now I'd be very impressed with him. So you know, what I mean? And he and it was he didn't choose cartoons. And he used to do the squiggle contest every day. And that is kids would come into the studio. The names will be drawn you'd right in go. I wanna go, and he draws squiggle on on an easel, and you had to make something of this quiz. Of the squiggle other words, let's say he drew a line that looked like a. A thunderbolt. Right. And then you would have to do something with that. And make it a drawing, and I'll just I it was religious. And it was. Yeah. I just remember Tom Hatton, and I didn't know that he was gay partner fifty years. It's a long relationship. All right. Well, Fox News. You made mention of this earlier has bumped judge Janine after her remarks about Representative Ilhan Omar's he job..

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"tilles" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Except it's not Becca tilles today. Becca is out of town. So we have scrubbing in Brad Gretzky. Yeah. Yeah. You grab that Mike. You do. I am position at how you like it, you know, comfortable work, a, Mike. That's right. Hi, this is so great. You can call me Barada today. Radha? Yeah. But I'm because I'm Becca, but I'm Brad. So I'm Brad. Oh, wow. I like that you need me to put those pieces together. I do I'm in rare form today. So you were up at two am. Yeah. To fifty five Barry's bootcamp, you've read you you like prayed to the gods of motivation, like touched your vision bore. Yup. Sure. The house you call Sofia. Carson like taxed Camilo Kobe. Oh, like just checked in with all your girlfriends and came into work. Yeah. And there's more to tell you something else that happened today. Sicily's talking about something on the secret show tomorrow about how when people are in the bathroom, and and they don't wash their hands. If you then shake hands with them. It's okay. Because you're not gonna make you sick. If they blew their nose. That's more danger. That's gonna make you sick. But you're not gonna hurt anybody. Because you're in sterile, you're making a face. That's everyone should wash their hands. So then we started talking in the meeting about that and about tiny would savings that she would drink urine. If she was trapped in an elevator by herself to drink drinker on your way to survive. Didn't you see that new story about that girl? She captioned elevator for three days. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Chapter elevator out for sure. Drink my urine. Because you need a survivor. Yeah. So became a challenge. Oh, no. Became a challenge. Cried and a gag. And the moment. So you'd be you'd actually make more of a mess in the elevator. Very good point it would need to be like survival survival mode, but to have to do I think urines like not good for you. It's supposed to be really good for you. But isn't it like in your urine where all this? Like salty, right? Yes. Yeah. It was not expecting. Don't ask me. How I know that..

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"tilles" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

07:17 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"So it's free movie Friday once again, thanks to our friends at Adam tickets, Adam tickets athletes, look through movie titles by your tickets. Invite your friends even. Gift. Adam tickets is giving you a shot at free movie tickets right now text wash two two eight six six one that's W A S H two two eight six six one for your chance to win a free movie tickets right now. Standard data and text message. Rates may apply. Tilles texting right now look. Keeping you up to date with today's biggest songs of the rioting on ninety seven point one wash. Found. Something. We wanted. Everything. Sad. Way too. Panic at the disco hopes. That's what you get. When you wake up until the until you in the morning here on ninety seven point one wash at them. Plus, we get you in the know with our top stories..

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University Hospitals fertility clinic faces new lawsuits after tank failures

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00:22 sec | 3 years ago

University Hospitals fertility clinic faces new lawsuits after tank failures

"Eight new lawsuits are being filed against an Ohio fertility clinic that lost thousands of frozen eggs and embryos last year university hospitals for tilles center near Cleveland, experienced a storage tank failure that impacted nearly a thousand families temperatures rose inside the tank and an alarm system that would have detected. It

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New lawsuits filed against Cleveland fertility clinic where 4,000 embryos were lost

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

New lawsuits filed against Cleveland fertility clinic where 4,000 embryos were lost

"Eight new lawsuits are being filed against an Ohio for Tillery clinic that lost thousands of frozen eggs and embryos last year university hospitals for tilles center near Cleveland, experienced a storage tank failure that impacted nearly a thousand families temperatures rose inside the tank and an alarm system that would have detected. It had been turned

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"tilles" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Mike Drop

"You know, I've we've I like all the I like all the women for very specific reasons. Is there one that you kind of butt heads with the most or will both both, you know, get along with the best butt heads with tilles arena a lot. But and I've really enjoyed getting to know Denise sheer. She's cool. I'd like everybody, you know. But you know, they're they're times when I I would, you know, want to like kill them all. Yeah. And I'm sure that they wanna kill me. Most of the time to. As noticing what's on the back of your phone? Yes. Yeah. Just a little friendly reminder friendly reminder to anybody that's watching me on the phone. Yeah. Yeah. That's just to. So kind of follow up with the re the first season. She started the whole panic gate thing. With PK did a lot of lying last season. You seem to become friends with her. But she still did a lot of lying. How how do you really feel about at this point? Like is there a dichotomy with that or accept people for for what they are? And she's she's out there trying to make it just like everybody else, you know. And so when it comes my way, and if I have something to say about it, I'll say, you know, I'm not one to you know, I just saw them last night, and they were very friendly. Very sweet. So it's a day by day thing. You know, I will react to you the way you react to me. It's on. It's always on you. We'll give you the girl that you want like if you're cool. We're goal. I wanna be a dick list. Let's get it. You know, a mirror. I will marry is that what that is Mirroring that. Sure. I mean, I do the same thing with dogs like come out of the gate one shot at the title like. Dan. Right. They're neutral, right? If you're a sweet. What does your Teddy's friendship like at this point? Yeah. Really good. We're actually getting really, well, what do you finally understands a little bit of who? I am. Yeah. You know, it's a lot to take get what what do you think of the new housewife, Denise Richards? Good time. I know she's a good time. 'cause she drinks her to Keelan meat. Shit shit. Charlie sheen. So you need to. Can you that? Yeah. Can you follow that up? Denise is cool. She just got married to a really nice guy earn and I was texting with her this morning. She's sweetheart nice nice girl. Is there a housewife that on both ends of the spectrum that you like the most or dislike the most? I'm sure it changes or they're right now, they're all kind of in the good pile right now. I'm not really butting heads with anybody. You know, we I would like to say we fight like this is, but I don't have sisters. So I don't know. But yeah, right now, everything is is pretty good. Yeah. I can't I can't give way too much plot. Man. I just can't say it is. Is there any tidbit that you can that? You can give us it. No one knows. That's coming. Or is that it's about dogs. It's about dos. Geog omega. Cameo. You know, he's starving. Do come on our guys like lead act versus squad. Hello. I do love that. You have a picture him in the book, I found that very flatter. Do you know, the joy, and I really want. You're listening to the Steelers the joy that you have brought my family by bringing that animal into our home. I mean, he is exquisite my, and I send you pictures stupid videos, all the time. Like four thirty in the morning. You'll get some dumb video from me. Hi. We thought we'd say, hi..

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"tilles" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"Tilles sweated outside the cave as he waited for thieves to come home. So he could pin it to the ground until she submitted to him. This was their idea of how should meet and win over his wife Greek mythology was the worst Karen said that she came asleep each afternoon in the heat of the day in this cave. And sure enough when the day was the hottest imperious was the most uncomfortable. She pushed past the Bush was hiding in to make our way into the cave pelia slid out of the suit and waited until he heard her breathing regulate inside he took three deep breaths and dove into the cave. Karen said Pilion just had the best her which meant overpowering her and pinning her to the ground appeals. Wasn't sure why this was so important. But when you're y Centaur roommate tells you the fate of Greece in your building to win a wrestling match. You do it as soon as his hand founder wrist, though. You learn why this was a feat because her wrist cease to exist as theis transformed into. Fire Helius scream something about the fate of the world as the fire burned his hands and just could tell it. He wasn't gonna let go so she tried the opposite water. I have no idea how police managed that one. But he did pinning her one place until she turned into a lion. And then a serpent he been burned nearly drown mauled and then crush by serpent, but he still held onto her. Then she transformed into a cuttlefish and shot in can do is is worthy. Slee the is transformed back into a normal form. And with a smile said that police had one he was hers peel relaxed and the-the threw him off of her. And then she pinned him to the ground. The pair consummated their brand new relationship. Having learned the plan Herrington sister that kyron host the wedding, and he did Apollo beside more recalled from exile and Susan proclaimed an uneasy truce with the rest of the Olympia NHS after their rebellion. They sent on twelve. Overseeing the ceremony and Zeus stop being so salty that rejected his advances and he gave her away at her wedding scene as this was chirons place. The rest of the Centaurs expressly forbidden from drinking which saved everyone from the scene that happened in one twenty four the fall still the way wasn't without its drama kind of ironic actually, the wedding that was supposed to save the Greek world the wars to come actually brought them about because the one person who wasn't invited and with one apple Hera. Would learn her lesson..

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"tilles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"tilles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Six five three two zero. We're glad to to try to help you hopefully give you some good direction to put things in place moving forward. So with that talking about the markets. I've talked in the last several segments of this morning show about volatility again, it's continuing in both directions and the more recent upward volatility. We've seen is kind of bringing the indexes to near some resistance levels that I talked about before which ironically, the resistance, again, kind of being the overhead level that ceiling if you will that these levels between twenty three thousand five hundred maybe twenty four thousand if we want to give it an even number. On the Dow ironically were formerly support areas for most of last year in two thousand eighteen but we broke below those support levels, and these areas are pretty meaningful as they were tested. Several times is support and are likely to be some more difficult areas for the index is now to get through to break through the upside over the near term at least over the next several weeks, perhaps even the next few months. So, you know, for the Dow Jones again this area is within about a one percent band around twenty three thousand five hundred maybe twenty four thousand for the SNP. It's pretty darn close where it is now through intra day on Friday right around twenty six hundred on the SNP, but the lows from last week again are now kind of the support areas. I think it's possible. The indexes are setting up maybe for some. Type of trading range within these lows that we recently hit. Although we still may have that 'climactic low that final cleansing if you will in the markets that capitulation, and then again, we're going to have some resistance above. But I think overall just kicking off the new year here two thousand nineteen I think this trend still is an early call. But I think a look through the broader list of stocks continues to suggest to us at see that much more time is needed in order to establish some better bottoming patterns and a base a solid base from which the stock market and stocks in general and companies can develop some solid uptrend. So for now, I think we need to view the upside move and not trying to burst your bubble here. But I think we need to view. The upside move is just a bounce, and I would expect to see some further. Testing of these index lows over the next few months, providing you all hopefully, hopefully with some opportunity to then position your portfolio's accordingly, and again, this Bala tilles continuing in both directions the up and down despite the fact that there are fewer investors, and even fewer traders around at least the last couple of weeks they were around during the holiday period. So again, the the majority of I think the market indicators around the holidays were at very oversold levels. Which may I keep saying there might be this final capitulation or cleansing period, but maybe that low point occurred. Maybe that was in fact, the low, but I think even with the rapid way the markets did hit that low the bottoming period, again, it's going to take several more months to establish a foundation before we can get this meaningful uptrend to starve so I've got a little bit more information. I wanna talk about the final break here of the program. One of the things I want to discuss is is a certain pocket of the economy, a particular sector and some of the data that was able to collect as far as market performance last year, and how that sector or area the economy affected, the market Togan offer us, some clarity. Also give you some projections on the market compliments of Brian Westbury at I trust, the chief economist and his opinion. So I've got to step out from my final break here. This morning listening to the weekly wealth report. Stay with me. I'll be back right after this break. Did you know that fifty seven percent of high net worth households have applied for credit or loan within the last three years and hearing to.

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What will House Democrats fight the Trump administration on first?

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:29 min | 3 years ago

What will House Democrats fight the Trump administration on first?

"Guest today are Jacob para killers deputy head of the US and America's program Chatham house, and Michael Goldfarb, the journalists and broadcast welcome both. And as promised an extended look tonight at the first US midterm elections that anybody bother candidates unusually punk tilles citizens and friendless cranks has ever cared about. Not for the first or last time president Donald Trump's in addressing effect on politics has not had quite the outcome. He might have desired. The Trump has failed the vote as a big victory. This is a little like hailing Eric Trump as a future Nobel prize winning physicist. I e an active heroin optimism, though, Trump's Republicans consolidated their grip on the Senate. They did lose the house of representatives that press conference from which we played a clip at the top of the show is ongoing as far as it's possible to tell Trump has not yet started hurling the actual furniture at the assembled journalists. It does seem to be only a matter of time. Jacob does Donald Trump actually have any reason to celebrate. I think the the Senate is I mean, he has reason celebrate it's not unpredictable reason celebrate the Democrats did pretty well in the Senate relative to the number of races that were actually up for election. Relative to where those elections were being held many of them being in states that went for Trump just two years ago that said the looks like depending on the outcome in Montana. Arizona it looks as though Mitch McConnell will be commanding at least fifty two and possibly fifty three or at a stretch fifty four votes, which means that he will have an even freer hand to pass through nominees from Trump, whether those are future cabinet officials federal judicial appointments even potential next supreme court Justice. So that is a reason celebrate and if he's thinking in longer term since the twenty twenty and twenty twenty two cycles quite as rosy for the Republicans. It gives them a little bit more leeway. It means that the Democrats have to work that much. Harder to take back the Senate and potentially face a second term, President Trump with a unified Democratic Congress. But the house is a disaster for him. There's no sugar coating that on which subject Michael that is the one thing we do definitely know for sure is that the Republican party no longer control the house of representatives. How constrained does? I mean, obviously constrains any president. But this particular president how constrained is he likely to be by Democratic Congress. Well, it depends first of all let me put a caveat in on any outsor- here. It depends on if if the Democrats can get themselves together and had some big if. And and behave in a you know, like they have a backbone, and it's not clear, you know, what? I mean, Nancy Pelosi is the speaker of the house in coming in in theory. But she may face the challenge, she's seventy eight she knows more about where everybody's skeletons are hanging, and that's very useful. But you know, there has to be a changing of the guard. Sometimes having said that let me answer your question. Andrew the house, oh has become the battleground going back twenty five years to nineteen ninety four when Newt Gingrich and led the Republican charge on the contract with America congress. Most people listening to this probably still in grade school when that happened, but it has more than set the tone for the following quarter-century. They have accumulated power in the house to do two things in a really important one is subpoena. Power. And I can I can envision a sequence where Robert Mueller who who's been. You're not related. We are not no he has been decorous point during this election because he's a decorous kinda guy. He's a Republican of the old school Mueller will eventually produce his report the Democrats control the house now, they control all the committees. If there's a question about banking. You will see subpoenas about banking? If there's a question about Trump's relationship with the Russians you will see the foreign relations committee subpoena hang him about that. They will tie her up in more paper than Donald Trump's lawyers used to tie up people trying to get paid by Donald Trump back in the days when he was just a real estate developer.

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