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"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device. Click share. Instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet, or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more. And sign up for your free trial. When you're using big data to adapt to climate change. Sometimes you need to call in big tech from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. You're on marketplace tech, we've been covering how technology helps us adapt to climate change in our series. How we survive to start with you have to understand the problem and create smart solutions? That's the job of the Chesapeake conservancy, a nonprofit organisation that uses technology to recommend conservation techniques for the Chesapeake Bay and a lot of it comes down to the resolution of the data. Jeff Allenby is director of conservation technology at the Chesapeake conservancy. Now, one thing to know is that the Chesapeake Bay watershed is huge. It's sixty four thousand square miles, spanning six eastern US states and the organization mapped the whole area down to the meter the data set. That'd be created for the Chesapeake of that one, meter resolution was instill is one of the biggest high resolution they uncovered data sets ever created in the world. It took Allenby's team eighteen months and more than. Million dollars to manually process that data as in people having to identify things like the characteristics of a tree or label a house, a house. Then they use the data to advise towns on what to prioritize, whether it's planting trees or restoring wetlands or buying land to conserve and once word got out lots of other nonprofits like around the Great Lakes, wanted to do the same thing with map data. Most don't have the time or the money, but big tech companies do budget simply can't be a barrier to people accessing technology, Lucas Joppa leads Microsoft's AI for earth program, which lends the company's computing power and machine. Learning capabilities to organizations trying to tackle climate solutions the program worked with the Chesapeake conservancy to scale up their approach to land mapping to a much bigger area and faster. We wanted to do that, for the entire United States over ten trillion pixels and it can't take a year and a half to do it. Because if it does you're going to be out of date by the time. You're done right. The company awards grants. Let's organizations and scientists use its cloud computing resources and loans out data scientists to various climate related projects, Joppa, says right now AI for earth isn't meant to be a money maker, but he says tech companies have a responsibility to be part of climate solutions beyond their own in house efforts. We've gotta make sure that we have our own house in order. But then we do have to be proactive in going out and, and ensuring that our products are deployed in ways that empower people to amplify their sustainability impact. And there's business value for Microsoft, and being there, first, where a platform company, and we would prefer to be the platform of choice for everybody. Building technology inspired solutions to environmental challenges for Jeff Allenby at the Chesapeake conservancy, the real value comes and being able to know what's working, and what's not so you know what to conserve and what to let go. So from the side of it, it really allows you to, to understand the context. Of kind of any given action. And it allows you to understand the alternatives. If that action can't go forward and Allenby says those decisions have to be made quickly because there isn't any time to waste. And now I am related links. You can see some of the super detailed maps that the Chesapeake conservancy created and a little more detail about those projects at our website marketplace tech dot org. Thanks, Dan Ackerman, from the water main project at American public media for turning that into a super cool story. And we've got linked to more information about some of the grants that the Microsoft AI for earth project has given out last month in announced five hundred thousand dollars for new grants that will actually be distributed by the Leonardo DiCaprio foundation. And we know that climate intelligence is the first place to start with a lot of these adaptation efforts. So there's a lot more news on that front, all the time earlier this month AT and T shared, the data that it's been using to evaluate the risks to its facilities, and make them more resilient to extreme weather. These data sets were developed by the department of energy's, Argonne National Laboratory, and AT and T made them all available to the public. The company also started a climate resiliency community challenged, so that universities can work with towns in southeastern. States to develop solutions and risk analysis based on that data and just last week in an attempt to get everybody looking at the same peer review trustworthy data the World Meteorological Organization launched the WMO catalog for climate data there. Eighteen data sets in there, so far and the organization hopes more will be added soon, the Wm oh, by the way, I also just learned is basically, the in house, weather, and climate agency of the United Nations. Another fun fact last week, the WMO elected Gerhard Adrian of Germany, as its new president for four year term. And I mentioned this because he beat out our guy. Dr Lewis, you Tonelli who's currently the director of the US national weather service. Sorry, doctor, you Tonelli. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Marketplace turns thirty this year and to celebrate we're going back to the eighties. Check out our totally radical new. 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"tonelli" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And Orioles Harry Tonelli today at the stadium yank splitting the I two five three seventy loss Yankee Aaron Jerry cans important because he can go. Year and look back at how many are you last year? We did that so many missed opportunities and games. Now, we should have one. But we just didn't come up as a big hitter, you know, costly air stuff like that. So thera single every single game support. It is only game pre K happen. Dylan Bundy, the starters told five on the fan Yankee pregame. Now, the Mets were daily Davis delivers a key eighth-inning hit Mets at two and all eleven eight win in Washington. I majorly hit pa- David tremendous. It's a it's a big confidence booster. So she that late in the game. And that against that team are one of our riles in the three more hits repeater Alonzo. Do all my preparation before kind of think about what I need to do in the box kind of situation. And then once I step in that box. Turn them brain often. Just just play baseball four hit output for Jeff McNeil mezza national series. Finale Zack Wheeler against Patrick Corbin on WCBS eight eighty at one thirty elite eight we know that in Texas. On their way to the final four Virginia. Stunning. Eighty seventy five win over Purdue and overtime final seconds of regulation. The loss of Purdue a three five point nine to go Virginia to lie with tiger, Rome. Jerome makes the first free throw misses the second ball winds up in the hands of Virginia's Mamadee Akita hit support team footer forces the OT for Carson Edwards at Purdue ten of nineteen from pre at forty two points. Texas Tech win seventy five sixty nine over Gonzaga top seed and many had them to win at all..
"With a leveraging celebrities is really a good idea in the long term, just like Weight Watchers is about to do with Oprah Winfrey. And I was kinda surprised with his answer. Oprah story is is interesting too. Because you know, some of the some of the analysts are certainly worried that now they gonna plan to roll out OPRI and a bunch of new campaigns. But the analysts are also expressing some concern now because they worried that if the brand is going to each too much to Oprah's wagon than they wonder how deep that relationship really is use that community going to stay with the moving forward. Why in first of all analyst in all San is never been good ability brands companies because there were that would not sitting talking about things Alexa, too. So I really listen to what damage the same too. But but I do see that over Wednesday still has managed Kate. Belly will in the US through her nitwit Colo in Houston that he has a very strong before we see that in also domestics domestic that of gathering crowds. All the election seem that withhold product range of food was been vanish success live in us received that how many he has social base. So sees not necessary brand was dead. Accusing that the biggest risk or injury. However is said secon cannot am just skate by Bren and through a couple of remarks in believes six and we'll show exactly the same crop. When boom whole over win finished which was established in the beginning. He was not bring all I remember that earthly who have discussed who do Tonelli a number Winfrey. Really after I three in four years realized the only way she could good back checklists, the helm of the whole thing and run this show and search when at happens. Own as it to because he has a very strong and deep understanding of the old. And so does she when it comes to people without will awake over tonight? Wait. Wait, but he hasn't been enrolled and in weight woods to the same degree. So I said to withhold amassing over at that magazine originally was it by then had her and big money did was to knack analogy of and I know that story well because the former editor magazines Mike ghostwriter today for some of my books and end the star is very simple dead literally have guideline for how to to the users. What the end how the end of the story outs. What the total wash should or the angle of the story should be all of that has been met onto a week. Grandkids. And I when that happened she was able to leave the magazine on bio see is not gone through those Cise with weight, which is company is been a substation unions ebbs i-it's, honestly do thing that what is can get. But I think at when sees everyone is actually running the company Robin running as a remote control is he. Awesome
"tonelli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is correct. Five to one umbrella. Always think of as like early days on the radio playing that song is so did. Nobody did the numbers. You know, she brought her boyfriend her billionaire Saudi boyfriend Tonelli Lakers game. She did. Yes. They were seen out in public together. That's the big move. Yeah. Go there unless you want to be seen. Yeah. Yeah. She was in a box. On the floor, and she worker Laker jersey. Dress letter jersey like as address which I love she can Kosovo, Dan pretty. Yeah. Hi boots. I don't remember, you know, her fantasy lingerie line came out. And it's you have to order. It comes in a box like you can order it. You know, those beauty at the mall of America. There's a actual store you think they sell the lingerie their gift box order places that you order something for and you get it every month. The makeup. Cherie? Also has a store at the mall of America. But the clothing one, what's the Kolding one that everyone uses you, and I never. Stitcher. Yes. Face. That everyone uses there's a big profile and the woman that started that holy Toledo's as she raking in the dough Remy. I wish we would have thought of something like that. I really thought the nipple enhancers was I know you gave our way to an island. Well, we were supposed to come up with all the other body things. But. We got hired you hear the nipples got us our job here. So. So so that's an we're still here. Thank owner. What is your musical performance? You're most excited to watch at the Oscars. It's lady Gaga shallow Queen. But it it is I want them. I don't miss Queen ever nominated. No. Of course, not. Ramps that he signed with Adam Lanza opening. Bette midler singing where the wild things go where all the places or whatever that Mary Poppins sign was I didn't I didn't really like it that much, but Bette midler is going to sing that one. And I don't know. Jennifer Hudson is singing a song. I forget by panther. No it gets from our BG. Yeah. And Kendrick Lamar. They can't sing. Dr logistics and timing. They said he was missing for the Grammy's. He like recording or something and doesn't want to be disturbed. Don't we don't know. He might feel about some of those types of performances if he's in the middle of a creative flow like we feel about you know, emceeing things on a permanent basis. That's why..
"tonelli" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Coast back with Peter prion your phone calls as well. Peter. What do you think the Russians Chinese North Koreans? Iranians would do if they knew we started protecting our power grid. That has always concerned me, you know, what they strike the strike. Do they see that as a potential active war that we're getting ready to protect ours to get there's you know, because they have this opportunity, you know, potentially decisive opportunities track us with EMP and cyber and and and the Russians actually exercise this last year in their Vostok eighteen exercise one of the largest nuclear and ground forces exercises. But it also had a component where few couple of weeks before the exercise. They actually penetrated our electric utilities hundreds of of of computer, viruses, where were launched in attacks against our electric utilities. And we don't we don't know what these whether this was just a test or whether they actually implanted logic bombs, and they might have practiced probably did practice. EMP attack at that. Same time. See this would would have been exercising. This new way of warfare on the part of the Russians just before the classic exercise where us tanks and an actual nuclear detonations. And like, you know, that would be unnecessary if they had prevailed in their exercise using the using this new what they call six generation warfare or or cyber all outside we're warfare. So yes, I am concerned about an adversary started this just like. The problem is we have with all the rest where we're starting to modernize our nuclear trying under President Trump, and we're trying to rebuild our conventional military forces after eight years of neglect by President Obama, and and while President Trump in his state of the union address last night said, you know, we're stronger than any other military power. He's the president and commander in chief. And he has an alternative. And and I'm glad he said that, you know, but it's frankly, it's a big, plus, you know, if you actually look at the status of our conventional and nuclear forces, and of course, if our electric grid, we've never been weaker and more vulnerable. True. As we move toward modernizing and strengthening our conventional military our nuclear military and protecting our grid. That's gonna be a very dangerous time. Because the the adversary is gonna notice that and and might say, well, we'd better get them. Now while they're while they're still vulnerable. Well, I guess what we should say publicly if we start to fix the grid is were concerned about an ex flare from the sun and make no reference at all about these nations that could detonate nukes. Yeah. But that's not going to fool. It's a good political line. But it's not gonna fool for sure. And. And this is a kind of a discouraging reason for why they might not attack. Okay. You know? Unfortunately. The nature of our. I think we're really challenge. This is a new and unique challenge for democracies versus totalitarian systems. You know, we met this challenge back in World War Two when the western democracies managed to prevail over Nazi, Germany and imperial Japan. And we met in prevailed again during the Cold War over the Soviet Union. But I I'm not sure that people realize just wouldn't near run thing. That was I'm reading I new biography of Winston Churchill that impresses me all over again about how it was really a miracle that we manage to win World War Two, you know. And I think we face that same problem if you think about it, just logically. You know, imagine, you're not even a earthly, but you're an alien, and you're you're doing a laboratory experiment, and you're looking at competing systems on the one side, you've got these totalitarian and authoritarian systems in Russia and China and North Korea and Iran where the leadership does. Doesn't change where they can pursue plans that are based on on a consistent investment in and strategizing that goes out for decades decades, and it doesn't change their date. They're they're constantly to that. And then you look at the free system that we have where systems can change radically when you have a new president when you have a new congress. And that's one of the things I think the bad guys are off. I think that's one of the reasons we haven't been hacked yet because they're winning without war. Why should they launch an attack when they're winning without war? Yeah. We've managed to look at look at look at what we did under Obama. It's unbelievable. In terms of what we did to our economy. And how we how we hollowed out our military forces and neglected or nuclear forces and President Trump's only got another two years and in two years, they could get, you know, one of these socialist Democrats in charge. You know, the the new House Armed Services committee. You're being political Peter you're being political. Okay. I know my congressional advisory board she'll probably gonna get in trouble for this. All right. But, you know, our our our Adam Smith who's the new chairman of the House Armed Services committee and his new democrat opposes the modernization of their nuclear triad. And in fact, he's listening to ploughshares and the anti-nuclear groups and he wants to reduce the US nuclear triad to three hundred warheads get rid of all the ICBM's get rid of all the bombers, and and and cut in half our ballistic missile submarine force. You can't do it unless the Russians do it. And they're not gonna do it. But he he he wants to do this unilaterally. You can't you can't crazy. Well, he's he controls the defense half the defense budget. Okay. So how is President Trump going to get our nuclear triad modernization defense budget and all the rest of our defense budget passed this guy, you know, anyway, talk about colluding with the Russians right? You know? The Kremlin has got gotta be salivating edge does Beijing salivating over. Over over. Oh, my God probably saying how dumb can these people get exactly exactly. So why should they go to war when they're winning without war? We're doing it to ourselves. I spent nine years in the navy Peter in one of the things they taught us in kept telling us was our nuke. Subs were the major deterrent because we've got them parked all over the place over there, and we could hit within minutes, and they could do the same thing, of course. But that's the deterrent. But do you know during the Cold War, our our nuclear submarine fleet numbered about forty boats? Okay. And now it's down to fourteen. I know it was forty because a Rick over in the way, he pushed it. Yes. But now it's only fourteen and it's going to go down to twelve that's crazy and Adam Smith wants to cut it down to six in the Chinese are building more. Yes, that's right. And the Russians are two point is new anti-submarine system called Poseidon. They've advertised it is causing as being designed to cause a Tonelli's nuclear Sonam. As is basically, it's a revolutionary and extremely. Dangerous nuclear weapon. It's basically a robot submarine it has no crew, and it's designed to it's got artificial intelligence and it carries a one hundred megaton bomb hundred megaton bomb. You know, that's like a ten thousand times more powerful than the era Shema bomb, and the idea is is that this thing will will you know, which got the signatures of our ballistic missile submarines programmed into it to follow them around. And then when when they're ready, they'll detonate this thing, it doesn't have to get close to one of our submarines it can be hundreds of kilometers away with a hundred megaton bomb and destroy the submarines they're planning to deploy thirty two of these. And we'll only have a fleet of twelve submarines. So that's that's you know, you can do the math. You know? It's about two or three Poseidon forever forever. US ballistic missile submarine that exists. Now, if Adam Smith gets his way, the only be six range against crazy. Guidance. Crazy. Let's take some calls for you. Peter for the rest of this. Our first time caller, Mike in mccook Nebraska is with us. Hey, Michael, go ahead. Well, thank you. So gentlemen, Mr. Nori. I I would like to thank you for taking the lead on this and being persistent as you been over the years. You've you've really raised awareness of of of this topic. And I hope you keep it up. Dr pry you've obviously got a handle on the big picture stuff. But my curiosity is well, I should probably be in touch with my congressional representatives. I'm wondering what else I should be doing as a family man is a is a homeowner to to do all I can protect my end of this. I've got a couple of home. Brewed Faraday cans with some radio gear him but other than that. I really haven't prepared for this. So if you have any thoughts on that if that's in your wheelhouse. I'd appreciate hearing about it. Certainly, and I would prepare in part as you would for any protracted emergency. You know, have have a lot of food in the house. I try to have at least a year's worth of food, and I mostly and canned food because that that will last forever. Water is is going to be really important. If you don't have an electrical generator. You might wanna consider getting one to keep the water flowing in your house. If you have a generator I keep it on a manual and not automatic. You know, when you add that just doing that simple thing, keeping your electrical generator on manual, so that you have to turn it on could protect your generator for EMP because when it's on automatic. It's it's it's basically wired into the wires in your house and the house wires or wire power line and the pecan come right through your house and into your generator industry general in part of the problem here to Peter's, you know, we're talking about sustaining yourself for short term to get going. But this is gonna be a long term process. And that's why you need to be prepared for a protracted period of of providing your own food, your water haven't medicine kitten know, how to use it think about where you live is where you're gonna live be safe. If you're looking at a major metropolitan area, and if you have relatives or friends who have someplace in the country, you can't pump the place to be you can't pump gasoline pumps are gonna go. Right. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Have a transportation plan and enough spare gas for your car? So that if you have to leave where you are, you know, you can get to some safe place and have some idea about where you can go that will that will be safe. So that you can sit at sit out the crisis. There's a a good book called the civil defense book by Michael may be that really gets down to a lot of the brass tacks. But what you can do as an individual for preparedness against EMP, the satellite, still work. If there's a solar flare from the sun. No, it'll wipe those right out there. They're gone to. So, you know, I broadcast to the world here by satellite. So the chances are I'm going to get knocked off the air to. Yes. That's right. And the the antennas that you use it radio stations and things like that. You know, our ideal receivers for for the MP, so the electronics associated with your broadcasting, you know, unless they're disconnected. You know, we're going to would probably be frost cell phones. Go so phone towers go so full itself is so small that the pulse won't directly connect into it. Basically an object has to be about eighteen inches have some dementia. This about eighteen inches long for the pulse to connect into it. That's why I. One of the midst. That's out there is that you have to have a pre nineteen nineteen Seventy-three car to survive in EMP, right or they started putting microelectronics and that's true. You know, for about one hundred bucks, you know, you can get for right tubes from any electronics store, and if you cover the long long wires in your car, so you know, so that will mitigate the ability of an MP to get into those long wires and will protect the microelectronics in your car. So the ordinary person if you you know, if you bought the right tubes and Hiram mechanic to cover the.
"tonelli" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Senate Bill fourteen twenty one went into effect beginning of the year. And as you know, a police unions don't like this law because it makes it easier to get records on police officers involved in incidents, and one of the big fights is the retroactive, and it doesn't say in the Bill, right? And this is one of those. And this the problem with with writing any Bill is consequences in misinterpretation. It is not easy to write a good Bill. No, legislator writes, his own Bill Tonelli, there are legislative analysts and writers in the office that actually right bills. And so this one looks like it slipped through the cracks. Yeah. So then Nancy Skinner Senator state Senator Nancy Skinner's sent a one page letter saying, well, what I meant what I had in mind is that it would be retroactive is that gonna fly in in the courts. Well, one of the things that the courts will look at is legislative intent now. Is not determinative. But they do look the courts will look at usually look at all ready. Existing records of weightless discussed for example, on the floor of the Senate about the Bill. That's legislative intent this is her after the against already been. Oh, yeah. This is what I had in my head that I never said out loud. I don't think that's going to fly. Although it may it may influence the judges, but they look at testimony, right? They look at the notes that are passed back and forth, regarding the words, the wording and the intent they look at everything when when it's a close call how hard is it to just put in the law retroactive, they didn't think about that. So they will have to pass it again. And how hard is that going to do with the Democrats in power? Well, this one's a doozy. Man who was already on probation for a DUI. He was caught driving with a potentially fatal level of alcohol in.
"tonelli" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"That clip Tonelli played again on. That should be deleted. Because just like the host of the show. I'm not very good at trivia you on the spot in a moment. Like that the pressure just succumbs my brain stopped working and for an instant, I thought James backwards was Cam. So I think just when trivia it sounds like for me, and you maybe even trivial putting us on the spot where you Don at our one of our finest moments and two I mean, it shows I just can't I don't know how to spell things backwards. I can't jumble. The jumble in the newspaper. I'm just not good at figuring out the letters that go in the right spot. Not a strengthened minds. I think those two combinations together should be good reason. Why was just never played again and move forward. From can never happens. I feel like you're explaining what happened but not necessarily making an overwhelming argument. Why we shouldn't give you a hard time about it for the rest of your life. Stew. Would you agree? I mean, I feel it's more explanation less. Here's the reason. It should not be on the air. Yeah. He's not really. He's not making great case. I'm sorry. Sorry. All right. But we all last one I haven't I haven't heard this. I know this is all I know is that it's about the trace and Abe Lincoln laughing Abe Lincoln trivia, what number president was ABRAHAM LINCOLN number five Cinco. And what year would that? Would that have been what you're thinking is president? Oh, you know. About eighteen. Eighteen hundred eighteen twelve. That close what major event happened during president Lincoln's presidency. The civil war. He was the sixteenth president.
"tonelli" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"But if you if you thoroughly if you enjoy it, you might not enjoy the job you have you might not enjoy the Crear your in. But if you like the people you're around like, I've always said if I if I have a good boss, and I like the people I work with I'll clean toilets. Now. I meant that sincerely because I've had you know, bad bosses. We've all had you know, crazy people to work with and it's been, you know, no fun. But if you've got that, and you know, that's that's almost the whole ballgame. Right there. You know, awesome. So chip if we're connecting year for now says one of my last questions, and my favorite in a way, we're connecting a year from now, we are celebrating all of your achievements for the year prior. I want to know what are we going to be celebrating? What are you looking forward to in the coming year? I think my. My my deepest need right now. Is is I want to connect with people in a way that that helps them not only in their business, but also win their life. And because I think you know, any more it's it's we can no longer bifurcated our worlds it everything. We do is connected. You know, people say, well, my my work life is separate from my my home life. My home life is separate from my recreational no nonsense. And I will I will. I will entertain other viewpoints. Of course, I don't I don't own be right on this. But, but I know what works for me, and for many other people and the truth of the matter is our worlds are calling us now to to be at work all the time. We're always connected. We're always tethered to something. Whether it's a phone or it's emails were connected there. So we better have have it figured out to away where we're we can. Can connect to people that we're working with that. We're engaged with Tonelli talk about business, but to engage in in their lives. And that's and that's what I would like, my my my framework going forward to be able to do if if you would ask me in about a year from now, you would be like, yeah. You know, we, you know, we connected on this on this project. And we also, you know, talked about, you know, the meaning of life in what ways of of improving what was going on in their home and things like that and talked about their kids all those things. That's what that's what brings richness to life mean. If you separate that out, you only live in half halfway no it sounds like you're ministry is still having such a strong influence thirty years later. You're thinking about like a whole person the all of them, you know, not not in this like, yeah. This bifurcated kind of way, but all of them and a half they show up, and you can serve all of their. Needs which will help them in a move forward and have the the life. They want to lead. So is that gonna look like more programs book like what's your what's your big dream? Chip. A Well, I I do wanna get a book out there in the not too distant future to have a book out there. So I put out there for you. All right. Well, thank you. Thank you. And yeah, I just I definitely want to you know, you see you see the need just like you do when you're seeing you're talking to people, and I saw at the at the conference when you were talking people lit up, and they were like they had these moments of recognition like, oh, gosh, I need that. I need that. I see that. And they were you know, glam it onto your during the breaks. It's the same kind of thing that I see in people this you'll things that I could help with. And that's what I desperately wanna do. You know, I just want to connect and help and move them forward. If and I know if I do that I'm going to be helped they've got things that they can help me with in connect. And ways of thinking and development. So. That's that's that's what the that's what it's all about. That really is so chip how can people find you and follow your work?.
"tonelli" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"This is a ban. We have played before called six miles to Nellie. This is a song called pilgrim Kentucky, and I will read the mail. We want extended sincere. Thank you to you your shell. And all the little for the love we ever seen after being played on the podcast, six miles. Tonelli has received such overwhelming support duty exposure on the show. We had even booked a gig by the afternoon, we aired in Cincinnati of the crow's nest, we could not be more thankful to you in the entire little community are our neighbor. Meredith buzzy the loyalist of Little's may have overstepped our bounds little bit. We are actively looking for a French horn player what we do have extensive application process to go to some of the questions that we may ask Mr. Todd does he always take the home dog on Sundays Kenny play the Ohio State fights. Most importantly will he bring NBC politics bus for our use on the tour. He says yes the last question is hired. The cast on these are important considerations for Mr. Chuck Todd take into account when applying for this position six miles. Tonelli plays us in an Hornets joins us now with the beginning of a preview of holiday movies. And let us start with the green book where I'd heard about. I'd never heard about the green book before till about two years ago. When wilpon told me about it about the travel guide for black people in America where in the forties and fifties, and maybe even into the sixties where they could stop and where they would have, you know, welcome. And this this movie the guy who the guy who won the Academy Award right for best supporting actor from. What was what was that movie not spotlight moonlight moonlight? Right. He looked. So this movie he was so much thicker in that Moore v bidder. He's so thin in this movie. I was just odd is is that who we normally is thin because he was real fight. You know, I wouldn't pretend to know. Because all I know from him is what I see him do on screen, and he's a chameleon that kind of an actor who can almost transform just by acting. In the what was the Kevin Spacey cards? Yeah, he was skinny in that. Yeah. Okay. So lane he was big big again in moon washout. It's so this..
"tonelli" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"From now from candy Tonelli key district in a very important election district super ugly out there. But you know, what adult let the weather dissuade you you gotta vote important. You're an American no matter what side you're out of what you do at volt today. Please just put out Allah. Parents Ruben Fred caught Jason Witten in a inconsistency last night during Monday night football. How bad is it was this Al hea Ruben tweeted out in exchange that he had? He goes he's talking about Dak Prescott. He's really growing into a passer. He doesn't need to run because that's how you get hurt. Eleven seconds later. He's a runner. That's what he does. Jason. What is it possible to find the Dahmer then Whitten they gave him the job because he was a cowboy and he's awful at? And he has a higher bull to its cowboy because Romo did did a solid job his ears as an analyst. I think you know, even though we may not like him. We can agree on that. They thought because he was a cowboy and romo's best friend. He'd be just as good. By looking at a house to that spell. My house hunt is still going on everywhere. But this house is in the city of Philadelphia. Nice. And if it's true, right, then I may end up having to park on the street. See that is a possibility permit that every day, and I need to know I have a parking attic get question by way, Alec Baldwin that rigs loudmouthed bully who are here's what happened was. He ended up allegedly decking adapt. Well, there's shock. He is out. He's got some lackey out in front of his apartment and his lackey sees a parking space open up. Yeah. Now, Alex is on his way. But he's not there. So the lackey runs out and stands in the parking space right now, I have a car he has himself. He is standing in the parking space. And another guy before Alec arrives. Another guy comes and says move on parking there. And the guy says, no, I'm saving this spot. And the driver said, well, maybe you thank you are. But if you don't move, I'm running you over I want the spot and the guy takes the spot then Alex pulls up. Oh, boy, and Alex sees that his spot that was being saved by the lackey is not there anymore, and he confronts the driver Al they have words, and then allegedly there's no video this. Unfortunately, Alex, falls back and decks, the guy cops are called. Yeah. Alec Baldwin is arrested. Good, right. And he is, but I want to know about this parking etiquette issue saves spots. Cannot save a spot. There's the thing that annoys me where somebody purposely takes up two spots. You're saving the spot for you. Don't you don't agree with that what they're saving the spot with their car? Okay. That would be fine. If the person was coming around the corner, I'll live with it. And then they'll pull up so the other guy can get it takes place for hours because they're waiting for their spouse to come home from work. Not good. It's annoying. Right. What is your position on using a chair? You can't. I mean, here's the rules like where where I live where I grew up in southwest Philadelphia. If you dig out the spot, it's generally considered yours, but you're not allowed to put chairs out, wait. So I could dig it out. But then I have to hope no one takes it, you generally consider if you dig out your spot, it's kinda your parking spot. That was always the rules when we were growing up it's different now because people don't live in the same neighborhood for years and years and years and years, can I write in the snow rea- spa. You can't you just hope that they honor that. Yes. But you can't with a body. Protect. Spot. That is not at you with snow is you have your daughter lives in the city. You cannot do that by. But you can't. Although I I have run into cases where the guys are working, and I'll leave because they're printing a work truck it. Okay. If it's a work thing, it's more like it's questionable. But you can't you know, that's rude. The problem is you don't wanna get you wanna get shot. Well, that's the problem. Ball, and let's take control.
Xi says China to Cut Import Taxes Further, Import $30 Trillion
"China now where president Xi Jinping has hit back against president. Donald Trump's America. First policies warning against protectionism you in Pont's joins us on the line now from Bloomberg good afternoon. Some quite strong language there from she. Yeah. President Xi Tonelli's the law of the jungle and beg on neighbor. Trade practices, a big speech from president gee today at the China international import export probably the biggest economic speech, we've seen from the Chinese leader in the lost six months or so he didn't outlawed any big new proposals to suggest he's planning to meet Trump's demand such as footing. Halting forced technology transfers own deed rolling back support for state-owned enterprises. But very strong words he didn't actually name President Trump of the US. But he was pretty clear what he was getting us. He he stepped up warnings that protectionism would home global growth. She also pledged. Pledge to boost domestic consumption, which is being something which is being something that Trump and the west of being calling on China to do a no so strengthen intellectual property protection. Roy's and also to advance to try talks with Europe, Japan and south grades it pretty significant speech from the Chinese leader today. You mentioned those other trade countries there that they're hoping to do business with one about the US. How does this affect the dispute between the two countries? Well, Trump's floated the possibility within the last week or so of a deal when he meets g in the coming weeks. Trump speaking in a typical Trump fashions upbeat, that's a deal could be done. But it seems that the two sides pretty far apart in resolving key US complaints investors, watching today, f-, physi- speech evidence that China is moving towards the position thing will left somewhat underwhelmed. So moves towards economic opening bits, not really much substantial stuff on the. Things that the US is really calling for some fascinating big numbers from g today. He's he pledged that China would import thirty trillion dollars worth of goods over the next fifteen years pretty mind boggling number that's up from twenty four trillion, which should be mentioned before. But even those big number not really movie markets to some ups concerned about how that's going to be achieved
"tonelli" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Back in the young Turks. Let's go to members section progressive says if you're not a racist, but can to condone encourage racism that in my book, you are racist. I think very fair point. Dr Cass MD says Trump may Klay lay claim I'm sort of Trump may claim not to be recent anti Semite. But he sure plays one on TV Twitter radio shows. Cetera. Okay. Good. And this one I'm gonna do very bad job with the name. But Mona Tonelli said what does have president? We have his crash a funeral where he's not wanted. And. Yeah. So I guess he's a funeral crasher in a sense. And then one from Twitter screwed Gill as I don't see the logic of GOP constantly shutting support for Israel. But at the same time supports white supremacists. Just not logical actually to some degree. It is. So the reason they sport Israel's not because they like Jews. That's hilarious. No, they believe in end times. We're all almost all the Jews will be murdered. But in order to do that there has to be a state of Israel, and it has a destroy the ox mosque and start Armageddon from that area. So it is a murderous genocidal belief that fundamentalist Christians in this country have and again, just the fundamentalists or not remotely all Christians in this country or elsewhere. But unfortunately, they're in charge. So that's why they don't actually care about us at all Israel's just a proffer them to get to the genocide. Okay. So before we go onto the gave you earlier I wanted to check in I won't show. John. You.
"tonelli" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I'm sorry, Jack, you're fucking idiot. You could just lied down now no matter what he would have done at that point care too. Nobody thinks they show the claws open up like this. You can hit an in between the clause and had been stuck. It hits if it goes up there. Right? But that's what it didn't do. It's the parents stopped right there because it's dabs them and then his momentum stop. So it's like, oh, yes, got stabbed in the eyeball, light out, get impaled on the chest, have a chance he could stab the face. That's just going to hurt more than anything. He'll die quick. That way it'll bleed out inside the elevator. Yeah. Oh, self relaunch, that's instant death rate. Their mission possible seven. He'll come back with an eye patch that would be the ship. In the seventh film, right? It's like a train buck. You eat getting my corpse from them. Later. But they did I. I'm just saying you could have definitely have voted that Amelio Estevez. Packages in the open. Shadow, can you lose. We are going to cover them Teske understand. Go. God. Personal. She's eighty. This is. Dead. My team, my team is dead. Let's gone. They knew we come invented. They knew we would come in and the disc is gone. So here's that she was. That's sure. So you're seeing? I'll say, I think everything we saw the operation that's like the original series. Everyone has a specific role as as you were saying. I think that's when the movie's added strongest when everyone has a job to do. And of course, when everyone dies, all k- know, sit on the stakes. I think it works. Everything falls afterwards of all that woman sees that man get says, we'll continue to walk fervor really, at least your guard of because she was just like. Like, oh, it's got stabbed revealed do, but like she wanted to go and check that out. That's not the thing that bothered me right away the I didn't know this first. Sure. Yeah. But I kind of date was the fact that I was almost guaranteed that Jon Voight was the bad guy in this. Okay. Here's the thing about it. Why I knew because I didn't know that going into this movie with training day last week I knew Lonzo was bad guy that everyone knows that and this movie. I even know Jon Voight was in until someone message me saying that crazy asshole Trump subordinate was like, oh, he's in his movie. Fucking great. And then I watched them play out and I was like, okay, he's on the elevator. Cut the cord, man. It's fine. Yeah, I'm being followed. What am I to do? Yes, I buy that way. You didn't buy your Miki because he's the guy he's the opera. He has to become constantly, can't let it freak anyone out who's actually doing the operation on sites like cut the cord. Do they cut the corporate? He's like, it's always come. And when he's on the bridge, he's. Oh my God. So let's chase him. He can't do that because it'll draw attention to him. He's a professional. That's why he has to remain that way. But then we do here any panic voice. We, it's, it's only slight abort abort because then his own life is at risk at that point. Right. Just going to say, didn't he save? One of them dies is an automatic abort or something right. But when Amelia says dies, he didn't even say aboard. He's like, I'm coming to you or whenever, right. The thing for me was that it was look it. I don't think that Jon Voight is very good actor in this because the thing is what he's doing. This movie using lots of doing this, you get a lots of do, but what he's given, he sells very dryly in followed like even though he's supposed to play com that he's conveying that to me, that was the part that was that it wasn't calmness in his voice that I was texting because that would make sense. It was more so the fact that he was just acting kinda shady where look like the way his tone Tonelli was the way he kinda side either the whole time. He didn't seem like a season veteran. Maybe someone else in this role could've sold that a little bit to be more where it was more of a prize, but he just kind of seems shifty the whole time to me..
"tonelli" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On KNB are six eighty sports leader Murph this role than he shot that we're. Talking derby I was just talking to Tonelli about, it too and, he's saying, you know which I guess is a. Valid argument, he says I don't think that if you're to get the the extra, thirty seconds it should be. For distance it should be for total home runs are hitting the threshold and maybe they iron. That out I think I think the homerun derby is a. Fluid thing I think they're always looking to improve it in just because this format works right now in two thousand eighteen doesn't mean it's going to work in a couple. Of years I thought it was a blast. Last. Night also we got some controversy coming out all over the internet this morning and on Twitter. Last night people saying that, Bryce cheated Kyle swore out of the home. Run crown by the way Bryce he, hit like I think they said he hit nine home runs on his first eighteenth swings in the. Final, round Dave And then he, hit nine in his last. Ten swings tense Weinstein Bob's. Price Harper's dad was throwing him so that's the format now you. Get four minutes to hit as many as you can you. Get one thirty second time out you get to pick whoever your guy is thrown do you think that's one of the coolest things I think when when Matt Holliday was. In here at AT and t. he had. His. Brother throw into him remember Robbie canot when he did it he had his dad throw into. Them and then price Harper, last night the guy's been known for years. He's dead during the, BP and the, controversy here is that if you watch the video and I kinda thought maybe this was going on. When When I was watching. It live because the rule is that you've got to wait for the ball that you've hit to hit the ground or to hit a hit the facade or. Wherever it lands it's gotta come down, and hit something before your pitcher can throw another pitch so he can't. Just be heaving balls to you. While you're ghetto you're just. In your swing you can't just do that so the guy who one of the analysts and I I can't remember A couple of it's a couple. Of dorky guys who call the home run. Derby right and then you get into orono. Peres they make their picks. Before the derby starts one of them said he was picking cows were because he hits tons of exit. Velocity and he hits a low line drive home runs which is conducive to getting more pitches to hit in a homerun derby contests so I can buy into that and it was kind of the case he was written balls out. Low line drives they were zip it out of the ballpark Yeltsin hit a. Couple that were doubt him the extra time ended up he ended, up beating Alex bregman even. Though he'd hit fewer home. Runs than bregman in the original round he earned the, extra thirty seconds Got to. Tack that on and and that's how Bryce beach Weber too was he, earned the extra thirty seconds now. That said we've got a credit a guy like Bryce you sit in four hundred seventy three foot, home runs these things were mammoth shots absolute bombs so I get like he's hitting balls farther and maybe he gets to hit fewer pitches because, he's? Got more hang time under his home, run that said are we here to see. Absolute shots not wall scraper not havi bias wall scrapers in game one of the division, series yeah I'm still still irked about that that's, still bugging me pimp in the the basket home run from AVI bias was. Frustrating I said earlier I think the the slam dunk contest is taking. A backseat to the homerun derby I've got. A case for it can make it arguments. Still the the the slam dunk contest more. Exciting my argument here based. On slam dunk and homerun derby is that at least in the homerun derby we get the superstars who's. The Bryce Harper of the NBA.
"tonelli" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In less than ten minutes on wcbs eighty danielle knittle chance of some rain in some areas some spots of vicky especially north and west of the city or where we're going to see some isolated shower and thunderstorm activity associated with the week cold front that's going to be moving through our area tonelli ten right now seem the steadiest and the heaviest rainfall coming down across sussex county pushing off to the east southeast so the risk will be there again in some spots throughout the evening otherwise some patchy clouds around tonight rather warm low seventy three degrees tomorrow a blend of sunshine and some clouds not quite as hot as this afternoon humidity levels not too bad either tomorrow high eighty six tomorrow night partly cloudy low sixty eight in the city closer to sixty across many of the surrounding suburbs and then for thursday another nice looking day with some sunshine high eighty three degrees right now clear skies and eighty eight degrees in midtown going down tonight to a low of seventy three i'm meteorologist danielle knittle in the wcbs weather center a ten on wcbs starting with the upcoming school year new jersey will start to phase out the controversial standardized park test speaking in atlantic city governor phil murphy says he he wants the number of tasks required for graduation to drop from six to to having vowed to do away with the exams while campaigning last year governor murphy says he'd like the length of testing reduced by twenty five percent and the weight the exams carry a teacher evaluations to be reduced as well parents teachers and students have criticized the exams for consuming too much classroom time since they were introduced as part of a common core curriculum in twenty fifteen it's eight eleven well international soccer tournaments might try nothing rallies the world together like chicken wits so we're doing our part to bring nations together with five traditional wings for.
"tonelli" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"In setup bit okay kiko most media but yeah so yeah moving on the motel three and yeah there was other stuff happening in that kiko will tell us about three airbus seen any first win since mottaki two thousand sixteen moves himself into consensual championship sixty eight points on these thirty five series either market comp leave i'm saying it was a crush fast whole hi martine iron cut you've got andrea mania all of them all in the top ten in this championship didn't score point nicola run tonelli didn't score point the name star the survey tree motor three is wide open i can't believe i one hundred three points after seven that makes you the championship eat in credible and you'll save is later markelle bizac yvonne nineteen points he and garin away east i in every year rigo gonna be able to get now just to add to the point of statistics of war that we are going for this year i podium for analogy on on in the lightweight class of merge ep that's the merger to your want you fives if i'm gonna tell you who it was utah home you think was an argentine podium came from for in the lightweight class emerged saying gp who you think he was and when what do we win if you get right i will give you pasadena back all right okay so anyway offer twenty pounds but this thing called internet okay i think i know who was was it was it peres well see show plan to james thousand eighteen we writing this yes it was willie peres in ninety eight six at spa frankish oh that's how long ago you go to any more in belgium really peres third that is one of two podiums came in nineteen eighty i think so what difference between he is not interested to see what about national ten national in the top fifteen point i know but cosmic rod check rudder german loads of different nationalities brilliant representation across the world i suppose yeah that that can be a bit of a good thing i suppose so all right then regarding mojo three then martine being a lucky possessively very lucky what you're what might be happening next where do we see the the championship playing out from now on whole martine yes is unlucky but markup is he's putting himself in the situation really it's more than luck bizac come on very very strong was awarded this year whole hey martine so it's a way all on his own on sunday didn't get taken out customers own it's that's unlucky racin tobacco a quote from louis hamilton luck does not come into it does not possess is broadened very very well and things are falling right from whole martine is unlucky in some situations but it's not all down to that it's all down to luck he's still there every weekend was lucky to get winning all jana no 'cause he chose he gumbel right wasn't it was a calculated risk it wasn't a solis cyo january so he could up it wasn't a massive race style their belts he's gonna be the end of the end tell you if you're marco executive we're not three jumps ship i think he was about fifty to one of the star of the season ask your thoughts is upset year well upset upset in lightweight class history if he wins it no what no one was talking about before the year well just because you wasn't talking about him no one was talk i'm sure he favored is odds no one in beta your merger gp dot com we're talking about mark of his accurate and championships he is come out of nowhere brilliant so i've been teach boto three minutes john fives as of i think it was there was always an italian used to turn up to the attorney ground pre i think it was a bin man in it's an easter basically showed the guys go round which i think we marcelino lewke won a couple of races needed i think he did it sees where you're only ten races but most of them are quite well well point scored united yeah it's amazing could just turn up seem to get on with it as a little bit like that's aspect marker is turning up.
"tonelli" Discussed on WEEI
"It's not only the words it's the tonelli in his voice it's ever it's expressions it's the body language it's everything so again david price has done just about everything wrong both on and off the field since coming to boston so it's gonna take a lot for me to sort of reverse track now and start rooting for the guy i don't wanna root against him i just can't believe them and i think that's the line that i'm drawing here i'm not going to root against david price i'm not rooting for him to fail i am not rooting for him to lose i'm just not rooting for him and i say that because let's just say that you know my kids and i were looking at the red sox calendar and we're gonna pick a couple of games to go to i am not a purposely circle the david price game and say that's the game i want to go to dammit kids you need to watch this guy because i have no faith in him i would rather go to a game where iran pitches where i'm not going to be disappointed if he sucks because we know what to expect for me right bell every other game he's pretty good and that's fine that's the expectation level for him the expectation level that we should have for david price is way up high and instead because he has been so average or below average since getting here it's naturally fallen and now the expectations for him a relatively low so it's easy for david price now to exceed expectations and i just i i have a real problem with that not only in baseball not only with david price but in life in general like people's expectations for themselves should be high and they're not when it comes to david price he doesn't expect a lot out of himself i think he's happy going out there and being you know okay he doesn't strike me as somebody that loses a tremendous amount of sleep after bad game and as much as i don't like lebron james lebron strikes me as somebody that after game one he had trouble sleeping after game one he really dialed in and you saw what happened in game two and by the way it didn't just happen in this series it happened in the previous two series that he's played this year to right he dials it in because he genuinely cares now there's gonna be a.
"tonelli" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Look and think actively in the municipal space you're absolutely right pimm most clients don't think actively and immunity book they put it aside its low risk low vall and as long as it gives them a reasonable tax exempt income stream here mci we're a little different we say i'm gonna give you capital preservation i'm also going to give you a slightly better than attractive income stream but also in a look at the entire municipal marketplace from a total return lens because at the end of five or ten years as you pointed out with your time horizon if i can be a little more opportunistic and make money for you in between with some certain strategies your after tax return is substantially better without a significant increase in risk real quick dear clients understand what you tell them when you explain this to them yeah we have you know it we have great clientele based not only on their manipur retail space but the ultra highnet worth family off his client space we are different so i'm i'm a different participant our team is different in the municipal marketplace we absolutely look at it through a total returned lens there's opportunities out there as to how you you can make money and there's other risks out there with it right are insights this year talk about it's a return any risk profile in the current year i think when you look at the different credit in yield curve issues with regards to not only tax reform but everything else that's going on with regards to the federal reserve yes i am i will sound different than most money managers in the municipal space but mella thank you so much for joining us bob tonelli mel co had asked the mci municipal managers.
"tonelli" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Kids have been dying in in heart cars for a long time and i said you know other we have records from about nineteen ninety so that's a that's a while i don't think it's necessarily something that has just struck up on us and are very busy lives right now um it may be exacerbated by the multitude of things that we're dealing with an at once but it certainly isn't uh it isn't a new phenomenon i think that our our lives are very complicated it's just a fact and technology can help us address the problems that are caused by that do you think the bill will pass you has a by consumers feel that way i think we have uh very strong bipartisan support it came out of the energy and commerce committee unanimously as part of a larger bill dealing with autonomous vehicles and i think the uh the cogress is certainly the majority is anxious to get that framework passed for autonomous vehicles so i'm very optimistic that on a bipartisan basis that this legislation certainly if not the entire bill is going to become law congresswoman thinks it's my pleasure thank you for doing this we reached democratic congresswoman jan schakowsky in chicago the thief was caught redhanded security officers at a walmart in toronto's stopped in each neural trying to walk out of the store with a suit and tie the called the local police but when the officers got there they did something unexpected here's trond a toronto constable near an jason speaking to cp 24 reporter cristina tonelli about what happened.
"tonelli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Many people have chosen to take advantage of these laws but it looks like you know more than a thousand people a year obtain the prescriptions and maybe a little more then half of them actually use it now can you remind listeners exactly what the processes who qualifies what happens uh what's the oversight sure on patients who are eligible for aid undying are people who are terminally ill typically have six months or less to live who are mentally competent in can minister and ingest the lethal medications themselves to doctors typically half the verified that they need the qualifications does this process vary from state to state um you know it it very some in the states that have opted for it i'm california for instance has a fifteen day waiting period between that the people have to have to say they want this verbally twice and there's that has to be a fifteen day waiting period between the first time in the second time but many of the states have modeled there eight undying laws on oregon's original law which took effect in 1997 is it still taboo you think i mean this is something people feel comfortable with conflict to ask about you know a critics that aden dying and say that they would like it to continue to be taboo because they believe it's kind of the first step toward societal euthanasia if you will more and more though more and more states are are considering this there's potential legislation in in as many as two dozen states seeking to do this so so i think from what i've heard from experts the issues surrounding and are becoming less taboo but still talking about end of life and death is still pretty uncomfortable in our society tonelli show is senior corresponded a kaiser health news to now thanks thank you so much in my brother's name was wrong crutcher that's lisa crawford she's one of the people who called us she's a social worker in rows berg oregon he was i think somebody that you probably would have liked because everybody always dead ron chose to die why with the aid of his doctors in 2015 he was hiv positive in contracted the disease called p m l it's common in people with compromised immune systems and attacks the white matter of the.