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Prophet Mike Thompson: The Cure for the Lawlessness Is the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:35 min | Last week

Prophet Mike Thompson: The Cure for the Lawlessness Is the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit

"I want my audience to be as encouraged as have been that in the midst of this darkness. God says hold on. I'm not done with america because many people that seem to think it's over when the end times it's over you know rates to run into the caves but that's not what god has been saying to. You know others evil in the world there always has been always will be until the second coming of the lord. Jesus christ i mean we understand those things but there is victory also in the bible it talks about in the last days their scriptures in the new testament where the apostle paul particularly was talking about in the last days and he explains how that there would be all this kind of evil and lawlessness. Lawlessness is a good word. Apostle paul love to talk about lawlessness. He talked about this present evil age and connected that with lawlessness. How that the entire mass of human thinking devoid of the reality and the truth of god and the revelation of the holy spirit in our life produces a mindset in humanity to where they they don't believe in god and not follow after the morals of god and thereby there's a lawlessness that occurs spiritual lawlessness. We've seen recently. A lot of physical lawlessness legal lawlessness. If you will and But the holy spirit also inspired in the book of acts where on the day of pentecost when the holy spirit came and he moved in any birth the church and then they questioned the people around the heard him speaking tongues. They saw the tong tongues of fire on the people's heads it all that was going. They were praising god they were magnifying. God in people that were watching questioned that and so the first great sherman there where peter said that this is that that joel prophesy and he said in the last day jobs i will pour out of my spirit. So if the bible at the new testament says in the last days there will be lawlessness. It also says in the last days. I will pour out of my spirit. I'm saying that the antidote that you're for the lawlessness is the outpouring of the holy spirit

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Alfresco Dining Tips From Outdoorsy Diva Lauren Gay

The Zest

02:12 min | Last month

Alfresco Dining Tips From Outdoorsy Diva Lauren Gay

"Let's talk about the food. Let's start with camping. When the weather cools down this is floridians. Time to get out there. So what would you take on a camping trip today. Not cold cuts and pb and j. I'm guessing no no no like so for me. I beat the go-to as those foil. Packet mills that you can kind of prep beforehand and just keep them in your cooler on ice so you can take stuff like shrimp and potatoes with some veggies and season it and have it and you're full packet in. Just throw that puppy on the grill. And your any eat you can use Baked potatoes and stuff from with whatever it is. You like you can eat regular potatoes. Sweet potatoes you can even do like breakfast type of things like with frozen hash browns and your sausage and cheese and all that stuff and prep it and just have it. Ready to go in a foil packet. That's probably the easiest way if you don't wanna like carry a skillet or something like that even just heat up the foil packet and boom like whatever you could imagine that you could do like in a dish like in a in a casserole dish or something you can do it in the packet. I never really thought about that. My imagination is kind of running wild. Now what if you do want to carry a skillet. What are some tools or utensils that you maybe would bring along you. Did i mean you you wanna use something like a cast iron skillet. You don't wanna go putting your you know the that ceramic type stuff on like an open flame so you wanna use something. That's girl friendly on is the biggest thing you want to make. Sure you had your utensils like your spatula. Your tongs on bring your seasoning things like that. I mean it's is nothing to deep is just you know you have to remember if you're camping where you're just driving and you can keep up in the car. Then that's cool. That's great if it's a situation where you're backpacking and you've got a bit of a hike to get to your site. Then that's a whole other beast and so you have to completely rethink kyler gonna do this because whatever you have you have to carry it

"tong" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:18 min | 3 months ago

"tong" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Tong for Marketplace. I know Sometimes you wake up, you have to know right then And there What's going on in business and the economy? Check out the marketplace. Morning report. David Brancaccio in the game, getting out of bed figuring out what's going on and telling you about it, Check it out. We are giver take six months into the Biden administration as good a moment as any really to check in on where some of the promises that candidate Biden made. Stand now that he's got the job. What about, say healthcare? As with many other things, it is not just Republicans that Mr Biden has to placate more than 150 House Democrats right with a letter calling on the president. To do more on one part of the health care system in particular expanding access to Medicare. As marketplace accumulate Adams reports in President Biden's budget proposal he calls for lowering the eligibility age for Medicare from 65 to 60. And there's research explaining why many advocates see that as a good idea. Joe Strayger is a professor at Stanford School of Medicine and a surgeon and as a surgeon, I noticed in my practice that there was a there seemed to be a sudden rise in the number of lung cancers. I was treating in patients who had just turned 65. He asked around, and his colleagues saw the same thing. Normal rates at age 64 66, but twice as many lung cancer treatments at 65. There's no biological explanation for why there would be that that kind of jump. But as Schrager found in a research paper he co authored with colleagues There is an economic explanation. People were waiting for treatment until they were eligible for Medicare. Schrager says Lowering the eligibility age could save lives. Because that period of time in your early sixties I think it's a window. Where are sort of work. Associate assurance system tends to fail a lot of people, and it's the same window when illnesses that are life threatening to become more and more common. And conditions that aren't life threatening as well. Judy Stein runs the center for Medicare advocacy. Her group works with clients to ensure they receive Medicare benefits. And they come to Medicare. Uh, sicker, more vulnerable than they might had. The there've been adequate coverage before they came onto Medicare. Lowering the eligibility age may sound simple, but like anything else involving health care in this country, it isn't for example, providers generally get paid less under Medicare than they would from an employer plan or private insurance plan. Tricia Neuman is a senior vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation. And so I think if this proposal were to move forward in game steam It would not be a surprise to see serious opposition from the hospital industry and other health care providers. Having more people on Medicare would also shift the cost burden of ensuring them from employers to the government. Mirian logos in teaches health policy at Columbia University. Employers, depending on the generosity of the benefits package may see their employees choosing to ensure themselves through the public system that would be a real win for small businesses. Of course, all this depends on the details of any eventual plan, which would still need congressional approval. I think that there's there's a degree of pessimism around whether this will go forward, and that's up to the political process. And the Biden administration is already in a lot of tough political negotiations at the moment in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for Marketplace. Coming up. A real good week can clean out.

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Pipeline Companies Try to Avoid Regulation, Despite Major Hack

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Pipeline Companies Try to Avoid Regulation, Despite Major Hack

"More than eleven thousand gas stations across the southeast. Remain out of gas panic. Buying has drained over half the stations in north carolina and nearly seventy percent of the pumps in washington. Dc this comes. Five days after the colonial pipeline resumed operations after a ransomware hack forced shutdown tomorrow congress will launch a pipeline security bill to prevent future outages. But critics say. It's still missing. Some major safeguards marketplace's scott. Tong kicks us off when something goes wrong with the pipeline like the colonial pipeline hack companies. Do not have to tell the government electricity companies to and if there's a plane incident airlines have to open up the government. Investigators says rob kentucky is a former top cybersecurity as to president obama. They will be doing everything they could to understand what happened. And then they would rapidly sharing that information with other airlines so those airlines could prevent the same thing from happening to that. That's not at all what's happening with this pipeline incident instead. It's a volunteer system of protecting data and sharing information. There are no government mandates or fines just recommendations in the bill in congress would keep it that way thing is a recent survey of pipeline companies. Found that just eight percent actively share information with the rest of the industry and the government that's a woefully low number indie lee at the law firm jones walker. Did this survey. There's not enough charity. And there are too few sticks to ensure that our pipeline industry stakeholders are actively engaging in the budget fan to make sure that they are say. This isn't a new fight nine years ago. Oil and gas lobbyists fought off mandatory rules and now energy trade groups are again. Seeing the industry should oversee itself mark weatherford is dubious strategy head at the national cyber security center which advises government officials. I am not a fan of regulation. And i hate to say this. But you know it's been proven over and over again. That companies are simply not going to self regulate when the public safety is at stake. He says the government needs a bigger role

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"tong" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"tong" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"Yes. Thomas nagel famously. Wrote an article radio. We all know that it's hard to know what it's like to be bad. But i also. I mean there's a other angle in the same question is Your need to go to quantum mechanics to see the importance of this problem. Artificial intelligence is faced with this problem because computers don't naturally divide the world up into tables and chairs and teaching them. The common sense that every baby knows is a tricky thing. That's kind of the you know. I mean artificial intelligence certainly has its bias eason. I'm quite troubled by the way in which it's used especially in in a surveillance states but it's interesting to see how artificial intelligence does parcel out. It's it's pattern. Recognition is so fundamentally different than ours. Right that we don't even understand the logic by which it comes to its conclusions and yet it often does come to the right conclusion. That's a beautiful sort of thing in itself it is and it's beautiful on the biological side to right like our brains are not blank slates. We're we're built in with some way of thinking about the world the turns out to be very useful. Yes yes especially. I think you know. I mean we are still you know. We haven't evolved that much from seventy thousand years ago or two hundred thousand years ago. We're still these Sort of neanderthals wearing suits in a way. I think you know we still have a lot of the same Biological senses that our ancestors did so you know. I'm wearing a wearing a little gizmo that i just recently purchased. It's it's a ring that is kind of like a fit. It's a ring that sort of keep track of my sleep cycles. In every morning. I can see you know how much time is spent in rem sleep.

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How Fashion Can Leverage the Audio Appeal of Clubhouse

The Business of Fashion Podcast

09:44 min | 8 months ago

How Fashion Can Leverage the Audio Appeal of Clubhouse

"Earlier this year. Silicon valley became obsessed with a new app called clubhouse and audio bay social network where people can spontaneously jump into different chat rooms to together launched amid the pandemic since day one. The app has attracted the kind of funding controversy and hype that's ruffled feathers and made headlines. The social audio space is booming. Investors are piling in and recently twitter revealed that it's launching. Its own take on social audio space. That's currently being dominated by clubhouse one of is super users is none other than virgil abloh. Louis vuitton men's artistic director and creative director of off. White virgil joins us at voices twenty today from chicago alongside clubhouse founder paul davidson who is in san francisco. Welcome to you both. Thank you so much. Glad to be here liquors lurk whereas going and run. Get to see you again. Virgil i'm gonna. I'm gonna start with paul. Because i think everyone in the silicon valley world has heard of clubhouse but you know there are people watching who may not yet have understood what this is. So in the first instance. I'm gonna ask you the question you know. Why do we need another social media. What is it that clubhouse offers to the world. That isn't already out there. Yeah happy but that one slight correction the clubhouse house with my friend row on Clubhouse it's a new type of social network. That's based on voice where people around the world come together to talk. Listen and learn from each other about topics ranging from fashion to retail music and sports and social justice. It's sort of like hallways of this conference anywhere where it's all on your phone. There's no video but you can. You can reconnect with people you can learn or you can just be applying the wall and i think that connection is an inherently human thing. We're wired to connect invoice is a very different medium. We've seen it grow recently because of things like airpods and smart speakers an in-car integrations of this technology. But but it's it's in some ways the oldest medium in the world right. We were talking long before we were writing or taking photos or shooting videos but in the world of social media. It's a new thing and we find that allows people to connect in a different way you have all of the fidelity and authenticity and bids an asks an emotion. But you don't have any of things zaidi of video worrying about what you look like. Or how messy your houses and so it creates a different type of experience that is more about connecting with people in and having conversations than about getting likes or follows or projecting a certain view of yourself to the world. So we think it's a pretty different experience in what's out there right now. Burs let me let me turn to you. Because as i mentioned in the intro you've become a clubhouse super user and they might conversations of the. I know you're a busy guy. We were talking michael wolff earlier today. Who says like the average person is spending thirteen hours a day on their technology devices. You know why are you carving out time and you're very busy schedule to use clubhouse what do you get out of clubhouse. That's different from what you can get elsewhere. It's one of those things where i rationalize it like this. I'm in the design community. Which basically means that. I'm a part of the uber. Small percentage of people that get to dictate web pants. You wear next year. Look like you know like. I have an opinion. I'm in a part of a collective that decides. What the in like a trend for your car or your your interior of your home. They look like you know that's to me. Take that as a huge responsibility. This is like shelving away all the things like the fun side of the job or something like that. So i think it's a part of my responsibility of my craft to be knowledgeable to know what's going on in the world like if i locked myself in my studio and i sit in a place where i think from my sort of like shielded view of the world. This is what i think. The impact the lives of others. I think that's the wrong path. So when clubhouse comes around which i believe is a is a forward thinking concept from amazing people with great hearts and good vision. Like it's a no brainer. You know. And i project that out and so my friend told me adjust carballo from heist. Nobody was early user of clubhouse and he was like. Hey this is something i know you'd be into. You should try it out. And that's how. I became a user. An i've been a fan of the operation ever since two other quick. Things said that. I might add one. That because it's audio you can multitask and so it takes advantage of a lot of found time. it's not something where you're staring at a screen and just scrolling for hours and doing nothing else. People are using it while. They're walking while they're driving while they're in bed at night while they're folding laundry while they're doing all sorts of other things and the second thing i'd say is a big goal for us is to ensure that when people spend time on clubhouse it is time well-spent where were they can spend spend time on it enclosed the app at the end of the session feeling better than they did when they opened it because they deepen friendships. They've met new people they've learnt. It's a participatory different experience than than sort of scrolling screen purely consuming got it so virgil let me take it back to you for a minute. Your as you said your top designer in the industry now you can dictate what pants or as we'd call trousers in. Hey what you'd wear. Trousers wear next season. But what do you think. Fashion brand louis. Re tong could use or learn from clubhouse. How could fashion brands make use of this tool. They've found different ways to use instagram other other social media apps. But you know what could a fashion brand us clubhouse for you know. This is just something that i was just like reflecting on an essence. Obviously there's this in the fashion industry. There's hyper sort of like attention. Paid towards digital space. You know e commerce web impressions content photos videos data when at the end of the day. You know it's an extreme metric and tool to engage. And i think with the with the advent of clubhouse sort of refocusing on audio. It's it's an interesting case. Study and seeing like making sure that brands have something to say. You know you when you can't escape to creating an image that looks like fashion so then people consume it as fashion or a video. That looks glossy looks like moving. Image of fashion ambience. Like i for one. Think it's a like a new landscape to hear what brand about you know without the use of image or without that the the adjacency to say a product within that image. Like what do you have to say. And that becomes compelling as a fashion industry when we can use our voice to create engagement. Yeah that's that's really interesting because of course it's like second nature for the fashion industry to communicate through imagery. But how does how does a fashion company communicate through sound. I don't know paul if you have anything to add their think it's such an interesting contrast when you're talking about the fashion industry right. I mean extensively. Fashion is visual. It is curated. this is literally the opposite. You can't fake. You can't have a social media manager post the clubhouse right you're talking and the community aspect is a really big part of it. Because it's so participatory in your calling people from the audience here engaging with the people that care about your brand you have people in the industry sourcing creatives for shoots and and and talking about trends in what's happening in the news it's just a. It's a very different experience. So i love the fact that virgil has it enjoyed using the product because on its surface that contrast is just so fascinating to me like the division curated versus the the raw and intimate. Yeah all all the conversations that i have hosted or been part of on clubhouse related to fashion imron in a weird way. Have been more in depth than than interviews or sort of regular format sort of media. You know because the audience is getting to hear what they can't see on instagram too. Many characters to type. Obviously none of us are person like me. I'm not media trained to be able to like sound by. Have my ideas go through instagram. So that people exactly get the nuance and a medium like like clubhouse is where as a designer i can talk about the inspiration that i only usually talk about press

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Trump administration to auction oil drilling rights in all federal lands of ANWR coastal plain

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:25 min | 9 months ago

Trump administration to auction oil drilling rights in all federal lands of ANWR coastal plain

"After decades of debate the trump administration next week is planning to auction off drilling rights in alaska. More specifically alaska's national wildlife refuge those against drilling say they want to protect the land which is home to some two hundred and fifty animal species including caribous and wolverines. But here's what you may find surprising. And this long-awaited bidding process turns out. There's not a lot of interest. Here's marketplace's scott tong. A lot of things were in fashion in the mid eighties. Big hair fanny packs and oil giants wanting to drill in alaska. National wildlife refuge an. I'll have mostly gone out of style. Tim brasher co publishes the alaska economic report. One thing that is really interesting. A lot of us in alaska who follow these things is how embitterment the major oil companies have been an war for years. That could be because they sense. The toxic politics decades of environmental opposition media risk of lawsuits against oil companies. Considering in war plus corporate reputational risk readdress and drilling in remote alaska is not cheap. Warns energy and lawyer. David hayes a former top official at the interior department. The price of oil is not high. The expense of drilling at alaska is high. Meanwhile there are many places in the world that are much cheaper to drill for oil than the alaskan arctic. So most if not all oil giants are expected to sit out the bidding which would mean lowest prices in measly royalties for the government. Now at exactly what. Congress predicted three years ago. When an authorized leasing assumed a billion dollars in royalties the bids that are put in are going to be nowhere near what congress said would occur. Low bids mean drilling rights could go for bargain. Prices though and radner at the alaska economic report predicts some interest perhaps among state and local players. The geology does look very good and even given all the bad pr and the politics. I just can't imagine that somebody maybe just individuals aren't going to submit bids perhaps anticipating lukewarm interest alaska state development commission. Just got the okay to itself to make a grab for potentially valuable land and eventually flip it or partner with oil. Companies deadline for bids came yesterday and wednesday. They'll be unsealed

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John “Ecstasy” Fletcher of trailblazing '80s hip-hop group Whodini dead at 56

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

John “Ecstasy” Fletcher of trailblazing '80s hip-hop group Whodini dead at 56

"I'm musician new. Helped bring rap into the mainstream has died at the age of fifty. Six john fletcher was better known by the name ecstasy in the group. He co founded houdini. His death was confirmed by another band member on social media yesterday. Npr's net it will be has more. John fletcher started houdini with a friend when he was just a teenager in brooklyn soon after they got signed in one thousand nine hundred to houdini scored gold and platinum records. They had hits with freaks about nine and friends. One of the most simple tongs hip hop fletcher was known for his dashing zorro like fedora and he helped create part of the soundtrack of an era in a post online. The musician quest love called john fletcher quote a pivotal member of one of the most legendary groups in hip hop net libby. Npr news about

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AGs' Lawsuit Accuses Facebook Of Gobbling Up Competitive Threats

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:49 min | 10 months ago

AGs' Lawsuit Accuses Facebook Of Gobbling Up Competitive Threats

"Facebook crushes the competition. That's one of those cliches. We used to talk about. Big successful. Companies is facebook crushing the competition. Legally or illegally. That's something the courts will decide. The federal trade commission and attorneys general from across the country are suing facebook. They say the company eliminated competition by either buying other companies or making it impossible for them to succeed connecticut. Attorney general william. Tong is one of the forty eight eight involved in the suit. Thank you sir for being here. Good morning oil. Facebook has been a dominant company. Four years now. Why filing this lawsuit right now. you don't facebook has expensive and power and what is done without our and its market dominance is. It's it's engaged in a program of what we call by in berry where they either by their competitors or if they don't play ball and sell they crushed their competitors and what they've done is they've crushed any threat to their business and their market domination. They've eliminated choice for consumers and they beat third party app developers and software developers into submission. And your argument is that's illegal. That's not just being smart competitive business. No it's not just being smart when you're a business like facebook and you essentially dominate an entire field that means so much to people today particularly in a global pandemic in public health when we rely so much on technology to stay in touch with our friends. Our family to do business to sell products to advertise Social media's become central really in our lives and when you're the dominant market player You have an obligation not to abuse that power and what a facebook has done. It's it has abused. Its market power to keep competitors out of the marketplace and the leverage that market power to prejudice. Anybody who doesn't play by facebook's rules okay but how have users been hurt by what you're alleging. Facebook has done the ordinary people of connecticut. How are they getting hurt here. So they really don't have any choice. They because facebook not only is the dominant player in its own right through facebook but because they bought instagram Which targets a younger generation including my kids and whatsapp. Widely globally used social messaging And also a direct peer to peer messaging app. Because they've done that. You really have very limited options and so you don't have a choice on where you go to For social media number one or two by products for example on on facebook facebook marketplace. And if you're a small business in connecticut Or even a bigger business and you want advertisers sell products. You really have to use facebook or one of its companion products so you don't have any choice because of their facebook argues that there is competition and i will tell you the young people in my life that the teens the tweens. They don't care about facebook at all. They're all on tiktok. Is it possible that in five ten years facebook will be kind of irrelevant or at least not the behemoth is now and that this is just sort of panicking over something that companies become dominant for a few years and they tend to fade know. Our view is Unless we do something. That won't be the case because facebook has frankly so much money and so much market power and that's why they're buyer berry strategy so successful because they can go and pay outside prices for instagram and whatsapp and essentially stifled competition. That way so no. We think that Unless the court takes action and unless the forty eight states plus the ftc are successful. Facebook will continue to dominate. The space facebook's general counsel makes an interesting argument noting that facebook bought instagram in two thousand and twelve and bought whatsapp a few years later and federal regulators said that was fine and now basically. They're going back on what they said. What do you think about that argument. Well we certainly weren't part of that determination and we look forward over the next two years to more robust antitrust enforcement enforcement of our nations and our states antitrust laws and the states the forty eight of us have done our own investigation and now in concert with the federal trade commission have determined that facebook is acting illegally. Okay connecticut attorney general william tom. Thanks so much for your time today. We appreciate it. Thank you well.

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Purdue Pharma settlement marks second guilty plea for company

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Purdue Pharma settlement marks second guilty plea for company

"The feds are Wednesday announced and eight point three billion dollars settlement with Stanford based Purdue Pharma. For the company's role in the OPIOID crisis but State Attorney General, there William Tong says, it doesn't go far enough. The company will plead guilty to violating laws on kickbacks to doctors and to defrauding Medicare and Medicaid aged Tong says the owners the sackler family should be forced out of the industry and go to jail. It's unacceptable to lead purdue Pharma it's manage been executives in the sackler family stay in the pharmaceutical business opioid business the addiction business

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There's not enough internet for remote learning to go around

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:44 min | 11 months ago

There's not enough internet for remote learning to go around

"This fall, we've been talking every Monday about education and technology during this pandemic including how access to high speed Internet and devices is just not cutting it across the country and there's new data on this in our latest marketplace Edison Research poll thirty percent of parents or guardians with kids. Online and making less than fifty thousand dollars say their Internet access is inadequate for online school marketplace's Scott Tong reports from Virginia on the broadband gap in central Virginia's Louisa County working mom Megan duck gets her two daughters online for school. By getting in the car they drive to a Wifi. Spot School district has set up in the Strip mall parking lot and here you can see a small jury rig flatbed trailer with solar panels powering electronics that send out an internet signal and from the car they log on the zoom. If we know like if their teachers say we have to do something we have to go to the Wifi spot because you couldn't even begin to logging on the website. Not. From home where they have just one choice for Internet service satellite, it's costly and it's not reliable doesn't work if it wind blows that doesn't work also at the hotspot. Today is fifth grader oriented Nestor Riding Shotgun next to her grandma in their suv, her online class. Let's her message the teacher for the box. It just POPs up on your computer win where at school it got good editor at their. At you need help you get acid they'll bested U. back. When your home. Do. You ever wish you could send a message yes I do. Her family has no broadband at home a reality for one third of rural Americans according to a recent

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Interview with Franky Wah

Back To Back

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Franky Wah

"Crewman, how're you doing first of all? Do you know what my I'm really really good. Things happening right now ace and downs weekend radio one this week in which I'm performing fall, which is a privileged coming on that line hopeful amongst call call some black coffee and. Full TAT silo just be amongst those names is incredible and the we've just announced at greenfields? Twenty one. And I've been announced. You know was her. Headliners. Along with every wanted, you can imagine from chess those who Pete Tong to by SAP. So it's got gotta be a critical viewing Yeah Yup definitely Gino. I don't think I'll ever get used to it. So see my name. In with all all the people that you aspire to be as big as good as i. certainly don't think I'll ever get used to it so. Good though man I think if you ever do start to get used her, that's maybe awarding side. I think. So I think so and I think that my my opinion on the always will I do genuinely believe it will stay. The same as were the finish line right from the start and not just we do this for the logo passion. So nothing should change on along the road rarely should shouldn't. Yes. No, you're absolutely right I mean I think that's a great attitude to have from the outset of it. I mean it's interesting hearing you talk about the the BBC weekend and all that because I think you know here in America that's like that's a reference. I think a lot of Americans, don't really have because we don't have an entity like BBC radio Y. Yeah Yeah especially for for what we do for dance music you know yeah and did you did you grow up listening to radio? One? Absolutely an Adams. Things have happened this year like I was. Really just locked into animal and eight. Song. I mean now, Daddy Howard EMESA. Jaren. Everyone bought. Impede Song you know he is a house music royalty isn't a you now the name goes back as far as you can kinda remember I've even got my cousin is easy. Even sent me that just this week actually. So all tape recordings of Pete Pete Tong sets I think from around ninety three, ninety goal which I'm gonNA check our on a cassette player next week I'm GonNa never really saw dig insulin see see what we daily. I mean, I was two years old then. bought you know certain things I add certain aspirations and dreams and goals when South is. This journey and A site. Initially, it was just a guess on played by somewhere addy Michael and nine this year I've been Pete, Songs Future Star and managed the anti nights always record in the world and and he's shooting of the week and. I don't know you. Now you're a producer and DJ cell. He try and comprehend you kind of call. It just doesn't sink any. He's a great feeling. Yeah. It's really really strange when people you've kind of looked up to as almost like it's almost like they're not even human, right? It's like these sort of icons and then when you sort of end up equalizing with them or getting in contact with them or even just them noticing what you're doing it is a really strange moment is is just said, no, you name and so of acknowledged aries and crazy feelin and then. I feel like for you you're probably getting to the point now where people are starting to look at you that way have you had. I wasn't gonNA say now you. Hike. Things happen now. Certain things that they say that don't even realize the saying it makes you wounded what sort of experiences that may have had over people that are in your position because i. What you so nice you. Know why? Yeah. Why would it be any different? You.

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Thousands of workers are literally stuck at sea

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Thousands of workers are literally stuck at sea

"The CEOS of some of the largest consumer products, companies, Unilever procter, and Gamble Johnson and Johnson are weighing in on what they say is a question of Human Rights on the high seas because of Corona virus measures some three, hundred thousand people who work on commercial vessels you know the kind that carry food and Health, and hygiene products among other things are stuck on their ships unable to leave governments around the world of closed ports, borders, and other travel facilities that allow crew changes and not being able to change crews on these ships is a problem for the health and safety of workers, as well as a pretty good way to clog up supply chains from Washington marketplace's Scott Tong, reports typically commercial ship workers signed contracts of six or ten or twelve months, and when that's up the ship swapped crews at the next port. But whenever they came near the boards, the poor is not allowing any Gano. Bronco Berlin is with the International Transport Workers Federation. He says some workers have been stuck on board for seventeen months in that some ports except products but not people in one case, several ports refuse to take the body of ship worker who died, and then we actually find the way that the body was taken in Singapore, and after fifteen days on board the ship, the issue over work crews is clogging up the supply chain. Tom. Dairy CEO of the Institute for Supply. Management says officials in places like Australia are now starting to ban improperly staff ships from sailing because we're seeing these ships were taken out of circulation as it were. We've seen rates for freight crossing the Pacific. Were than quadruple since June he says, delays are causing fridge and dishwasher shortages in the US and keeping goods moving is critical to the multinational firms that are now pressuring the UN to get involved. The group is the consumer goods forum. In Da Berge Array is director we call face the risk of global relations. Jing. Disrupted and all of this expense of Lucas wellbeing meantime the workers remain mostly invisible says Andrew. Kinsey is marine risk consultant at the user alliens when you go into a store and you look at items on the shelves, their way got to that shelf. Was via. As a consumer, we're blind to it but eighty percent of the goods in the world are delivered by see I'm Scott Tong for

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"tong" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Can we do? We can only accept the judgment. There remains some unanswered questions around the case including both how and why Lee Murdered Tong as for how investigators believe but aren't sure that Tong survived an initial beating by Lee and then suffocated in her own trunk and regarding y Lee claimed Tom was having affairs with other men and he couldn't stand it. But no information about these alleged affairs has been made public meanwhile, investigators point to lease anger after overhearing Tong complain about him a few days before the murder. Regardless tongs father is right. The court's judgment has.

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"tong" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The department was in an uncharacteristic flurry. They just filed an alarming report a twenty year old Iowa State International Student Show Tong was missing. Tensions would have been higher if they'd known what was inside tongs nineteen ninety-seven Beige Toyota Camry on the other side of the state in Iowa City. On the outskirts of town in a nondescript apartment complex, the camera was sitting in a parking lot at first residents of the complex. Didn't give it a second glance just another old car. Then, the camry started to stink Iowa city police got a warrant to search the vehicle and on September twenty sixth, they opened the trunk. Inside bloated and decomposing was show Tong. Now. Investigators really reared into action and slowly they piece together an alarming story about show tongs final days around three weeks earlier. On September third, she was sitting chatting with a friend complaining about her boyfriend Sean Non Lee her friends thought he was an inconsiderate jerk and she had her own gripes with him. None of these complaints were that big a deal for Tong, when Lee Astra to go stay at a hotel for the weekend she agreed and packed up her bags for a September, fifth check in at the Budget Inn and suites motel a bid outside aims. The couple made these trips every once in awhile since tongs roommates weren't the biggest fans of Li and Li lived across the state in Iowa City. But what Tong didn't know was that Lee had overheard her complaints about him one afternoon he'd called her and she'd. Picked up, never realizing that Lee was on the line for thirty long minutes listening to every word. The couple checked into the budget in on September fifth as planned then somewhere between the night of September sixth and the early morning of the seventh they disappeared from their room. No one saw them leave. But the car they had arrived in show tongs Toyota Camry was gone from the parking lot. That was unusual. The young couple instated stated the budget in three times before and every time they'd overstayed their reservation. The hotel manager had to go to their Roulmann them to leave this time they'd run off in the night or at least Lee had. By the time police had pieced together. This much of the narrative Lee was a clear suspect but he wasn't around for questioning. On September eighth, he'd taken a one way flight back to China where both he and show Tong were from the last anyone had apparently heard from Tong was a message to her roommate's sent from lease phone telling them. She'd be visiting friends in Minnesota for a week from their lease number had been disconnected and a week later, Tong hadn't shown up. That was when tongs roommates got in touch with those Minnesota friends and realized she'd never been to see them at all. They started to wonder if Tong had even sent the message saying that's where she was going or if it had been Lee. and. Then suddenly very worried they notified the police. Coming up investigators hone in on Shung. Non Lee. Hey listeners I want to take a quick moment to introduce you to the newest parkhouse original on the block. It's called incredible feats and it's a short weekday show hosted by comedian Dan comments. Every Weekday Dan shares a true account of physical strength mental focus or genuine bizarre behavior going behind the scenes and into the achievements of World Class Act. Like Dean Carnasciali's who once ran for nearly eighty one hours without stopping and performance artists like lucky diamond rich who boasts layers of tattoos in the most unlikely places and even everyday people thrown into extraordinary circumstances like Juliana Koepka who was forced to survive alone in a rainforest for eleven days. Incredible feats is offbeat entertainment that sometimes weird sometimes wonderful and. Surprisingly, new episodes aired daily Monday through Friday search, incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is brought to you by a wilderness of our on fx. In. Nineteen seventy nine army surgeon Jeffrey McDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. Nearly forty years later, he maintains his innocence claiming that a group of hippies imitating the Manson family committed atrocities from the award winning producers of the Jinx comes a wilderness of error, a new fx documentary series that we examines one of the most famous cases of the century. The answer questions such as where their mistakes made by the investigators were there witnesses overlooked to the media shaped public opinion to help convict an innocent man or to Jeffrey Macdonald actually kill his family. A wilderness of error premiers Friday September twenty fifth on fx streaming. Next Day affects on Hulu. Now back to the story. On September seventeenth two, thousand fourteen Chinese national and Iowa State University Student Show Tong was reported missing nine days later on September twenty sixth she was found dead in the trunk of her car and autopsy found that she died of asphyxiation and blunt force trauma and investigators quickly surmised that these injuries were the work of tongs boyfriend Shong Non Lee. He was the last person to have been with Tong. A towel wrapped around tongs head was consistent with the linens of the motel where the couple had stayed together and the apartment complex tongs body was found. Li lived there and the fact that Lee had absconded from the United States less than forty eight hours after Tong was murdered certainly didn't make the boyfriend look any better. For the next eight months, Lee was a fugitive presumably in China. The case garnered attention across the country a picture of the young man accompanied by the Hashtag Find Lee circulated widely on Chinese social media sites like we chat. Perhaps because of this intense scrutiny eventually running from the law became too much and in mid May two, thousand, fifteen Lee turned himself into the police in his hometown of Wind Joe. When he did the Iowa police were ready with their evidence. In March Two Thousand Sixteen to Iowa State Detectives and the case prosecutor from Iowa City traveled to China for lease trial, and perhaps knowing he dug his own grave by going on the run. Lee pled guilty. In a sentencing statement, the court pointed out that tongs family had accepted civil compensation for the crime around three, hundred thousand dollars and said leave voluntarily gave himself up and has strongly expressed remorse. In the end he was handed a life sentence instead of the death penalty. tongs father told reporters he was unhappy with the verdict but then he ended on a note of resignation. What.

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Camila Coelho On Living With Epilepsy, Her New Beauty Brand, Elaluz & Her Exact Nighttime Skincare Routine

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

Camila Coelho On Living With Epilepsy, Her New Beauty Brand, Elaluz & Her Exact Nighttime Skincare Routine

"Hello, hello, Carleen here with a quick pause to talk about the best nutrition hack that I've discovered lately, courtesy our friends at Sikora I've been on a health kick as of late. So I totally know that feeling like I wanna feel better about what I eat but what's going to be Yummy are of tunes, carrot sticks or a grilled cheese sandwich a nobody got time to prep healthy and great tasting dishes though am I right and that's where Sikora comes in their organic ready to eat. Meals are made using curated plant based ingredients designed to boost energy, improve, digestion, and get you feeling and looking healthy from the inside out and one thing I've definitely learned is that healthy meals don't have to be boring like who knew that Veggie fries could taste so good Sakarov creations are chef crafted and change weekly and they're delivered fresh to anywhere. In the US to boost results, you can try the best-selling metabolism, super powder and all natural remedy for bloating and fatigue. It also contains iron vetik. which helped to enhance energy and help minimize those sugar cravings and right now, the car is offering our listeners twenty percent off their first order when they go to Kara Dot com slash beauty or enter code beauty at. That car S. A., K. A., R. A. dot com slash beauty to get twenty percent off your first order will link to that offer on our blog and in our show notes once again that Sikora dot com slash beauty and now back to the podcast. So you're native of Brazil a lot of people know you from Youtube and Instagram and I understand you move to the US as a teenager what to this day is still the most quintessentially Brazilian about you the most Brazilian. Is that I love to dance. I am obsessed with and saying that is definitely like a Latina. And I eat my very traditional Brazilian every single warning actually myself and my husband, we learn how to make the dough at home. So we do a show every week and you can freeze it. You know like cheese balls and we have it every single day in the morning it brings us back to Brazil my hometown. Delicious I hope you'll be marketing those soon. I saw your video dancing with your brother on your instagram. It was so cute and I was trying to picture myself dancing with my brother like that. They would just not happen but you guys were adorable. So tell us about your relationship with your mom and beauty. Did you learn any beauty tips from her or got like a skin-care hacker? Any advice from her? So I've always been a beauty lovers in some of the little girls I remember countless members of myself overly brushing my hair before leaving the house I had like a long Bob haircuts I needed to make sure every little hair was in place and you know playing with my mom's or my grandmother's makeup I was so into beauty and you know my mom always had some makeup on but my. Grandmother was really a beauty icon. In every single way you can think of like grandmothers energy and her confidence in her just like her personality. She was filled with Joy and light always and I remember like looking at her and just saying to my cellphone wants to be like my grandmother when I grow up and she was not like the typical you know beautiful like what people can can consider like. Gorgeous. You know I don't want to say it is wrong way in the runway but like a lot of times they know someone is beautiful in a lot of people just think like imagine a perfect looking you know nine the perfect knows and for me beauties really like that light that you shine through lake that your personality it's the most important thing. If you have a good personality, you are automatically beautiful. That's how I always thought and my grandmother was for me the most beautiful woman I got a lot of things from her. She was the one who gave me my first red lipstick when I was six years old. And I have my pets were photo with Alex on my mom was so mad which one was it do you remember I don't remember there's probably a Brazilian brand but it was a red bold readily I got a lot of things from my grandmother her hair mask she used to do like these homemade hair mask with like avocado. Aloe Vera. A bunch of things in the blender and she would do her home made a face masks to so some things. I still do to this day like the honey and brown sugar facemask like things that are very organic but the work for you you know. Though yeah, I got a lot of it from my grandmother for sure. What about any skincare hacks I feel like I've read a lot you talking about your mom passing on like some cool skincare hacks to you skincare hacks means truly like. My mom always told me like wash your face don't wash your face twice during the day like the through the day I just wash it in, cleanse it at night in the morning it's just water and then my my serum, a Lotta Times, you know keep applying to many things or or rubbing face too much. That's when you we irritate our skin. Right. So in the morning I learned with my mom to just wash with cold water that wakes you up to be tough a little bit and I do a little in fact, massage every morning we can do it with your hands and fingers. It's very Brazilian to the lymphatic from the face you plump like the lymph nodes Chan your. And here on your Tukwila Tay or not exactly between your Tan your shoulder bones. Yeah. So those that's where lymph nodes are, and then if you activated by pumping it three five times, then massaging your face really deeply that would deep up feuds such a beautiful way, and now they have like the these tools like Morton's that you can. They can help you have to do it with your hands but that's one thing that my mom always does and she does these face exercises that look crazy but it's really Like. Putting. Z., but there's a lot of stretching face stretching going on. Like actors exercises for their mouths. But it words you know it's like the same way we work out our body we should do it with our face and it's super healthy event with our there like nasal label folds here these these lines assist for Marionette Line Marianne out. Yes, those you can exercise from the inside with Tong like. Crazy.

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"tong" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"AM with Chris King who has been my Corentin Co host in most of the podcast and we are joined with chef Simone Tong of. You have different restaurant names now. You go over them. We have two different restaurants. One is little toll noodle shop. It's Al First Restaurant. And the new one is silver apricot. and. That's why I wanted to get you on this podcast I wanted to for a long time because we worked briefly when we did Ondo together through. Basile. Jj used to be like she is bad, ass she used to work with me W. Fifty Eight. She's really good at various things and we need her and so many of the delicious things that we made or from your mind enhance and I was very grateful and I got to see. The Ingenuity and work ethic of yours and I knew that you know when you decided to open up little. Hong. Noodle. Shop just down the street from noodle bar. Village I was like. I didn't know you're that crazy. I wasn't wasn't crazy. I was ignorant. Chinese saying that the baby tigers has no idea what the jungle is like. That's what I was. So. Good 'cause like I I saw that sort of Mo jo you had like, I'm just going to get stuff done. Is that that? Amazing? You call it ignorance I call it sort of blissfully stubbornness to just be able to look at problems like, yeah that sucks. But we're going to get through this and. When you decided to open up. I stopped by to be like, Hey, is there anything we can do to help out? And I remember that conversation. What exactly did we talk Bergman you tell me not high appear. To. Open, lunch you asked me where I live I say right across the street you're like, okay that's good and I was just so. I don't know if star strike is to work, but I was just so shocked you, Kim and say hi to me and honestly it wasn't that I didn't have problems. It was more like I don't know what to do to ask for help Rutto. I was just in the deep end of it I know and I saw and I just wanted help because anyone that decides to embrace the craziness and just the do it. You know I everybody I know don't do it. Don't do it. Don't do it and then once you do you're like, okay, let's let's now on from across the Rubicon we make the most of this and You went straight to tip inclusive. Yeah. That was hard right. Yeah. I don't know what I was thinking. No. You're thinking Dunno simone you're thinking right but honestly, it didn't work..

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"tong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Austin. Can you finish by one thing? Can you tell us about Tiananmen Square a lot of people don't know at one man stood up against a tank? Can it changed a lot? Didn't it? Yes. It's a sign that Americans and westerners have never seen before because the privileged to be in the country that gives them freedom and that picture and everything we're doing everything. That's happened is a wakeup call. Even if it's many years ago to look up call every day for Americans to preserve the rights and stand up against turn as you said, and we have to remember that. Maybe you are the man standing up against the tank that changed a lot. So you are an inspiration. So Keep Fighting Austin, we have your back is comrade, meow on instagram or one, follow it and contact. Fordham. Those apparatchiks must be contacted. Keep fighting. We have your back. Thank you Austin God. Bless you. Thank you Charlie to. What are the incredible interview with Austin Tongue inspired? Honestly by interviewing him, if you guys want to involve a turning point, USA TEEPEE DOT COM P., USA dot com email me your thoughts at freedom at Charlie. KIRK DOT COM. Stanford. Stanford. Right. Now, everybody if that interview with Austin Tong does not make you animated to do something email me at Freedom Charlie. Kirk. Dot Com. Your thoughts on that interview contact forum. Do something about it for ten people that can show me. ME. that. You've contacted Fordham. I am going to give you a signed copy of the New York Times Bestseller. The Mega Doctrine. It is despicable. What the school is making this young man go through their anti immigrant anti other cultures. I think Fordham, Zena. PHOBIC institution that is run by white liberals that want to destroy America Austin. Tom Is fighting for America more than most Americans are thank you guys for listening to us, e mail us your questions. METALLIC DOT, com. And support our program at Charlie Kirk Dot com slash support become a monthly supporter, and if you do, we have a monthly support her call once a month video call you guys are GonNa. Love. It's coming up very soon. Thanks so much listening time to fight God. Bless..

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"tong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody. Wow, you're going to be blown away by this interview. We have today four weeks. I. Talked about a young man that has been banned from university because he commemorated a slaughter of innocent civilians in his home country. China he standing up and now suing, Fordham, university, he's articulate. He loves our country honestly as an emigrant to our country more than most of our own natural born citizens to name is Austin Tong. He is suing Fordham University, and you're not gonNA believe this. This story, you will not think that we are living in America by the end of the story. Thank those of you that are supporting our program. Charlie Kirk Dot com slash support, Charlie Kirk, dot com slash support. By supporting our program. You allow us to have guessed like Austin. We work nights and weekends that deliver the best news in the business. Listen to our sister episode. The ask Me Anything Austin Tong. He's a Chinese. American immigrant came here when he's six years old. They tried to kick them out of school. He's fighting back and he is suing all because he said something that the universe agreed with buckle up everybody time to fight. Here we go. Charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have charlie. Charlie kirks running the White House folks. I WANNA. Thank jollies an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations created turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody. Welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk Show. I have been talking for weeks about an outrageous story, a young man from Fordham University. Did and instagram post commemorating. Square if you know anything about Tiananmen Square, it's when the Maoists decided to try to continue their brutalization of innocent civilians and it was a freedom freedom of speech retaliation by the citizens, of China..

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"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"There will be legal consequence, and this is not against free speech when on new four free speech, a hundred percent herge environment, which is safer for people. People to say their opinions and I mean that so much to my heart because myself and I think everyone feels obsoleted by about heroes. I think we all need to be our hero. We need to be ourselves. Standing people are so scared to be themselves. I think people are trying to make themselves look better than they are by saying things that obviously don't really make any sense to make unsolved. Sound good. Hundred percents, politicians. Need to be more real, we need to be more genuine. and. Would not going to change. People's mind all they're GONNA do as people know they can be themselves without fears and industry much fear going on people's hearts and dynasty go away and it will take a long time and my lost to probably will take a few years of course. Talk Myself A, and I think. well I hope somewhere along the way whether it's the Justice Department, are you know somebody or attorney general steps in and I? Hope I hope. I. Mean I hope for your sake and for you and they expedite this because you have an education worry about, and that's what you should be worried about right now. pursuing. In having fun in college and doing your thing, the reality is a giant spotlight will be on you now and they'll look at everything. So I you know I. I can't Imagine I. Know a little. Bit. But I, know a little bit about it I can't imagine what it's going to be like I mean they're going to nitpick every little thing that you do so I, wish you luck in that. You know and just keep your keep fighting the fight and I really hope I truly hope. That, you can rally some of those folks. Some of those kids that you know you mentioned. You know that are maybe in the middle of the aisle, maybe contemplating supporting you and maybe don't fully understand it. But they say this just ain't. Right. You know in simple terms and they get behind you because whenever it's something that the left has go south or work. Work, in their favor. So to speak or however you WANNA, put their arm in arm with thousands of people there marching on. Washington they're doing this doing that..

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"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Were people striving to be more capable in their daily life and be able to defend themselves and have a goal of being you know in the defense community and be strong people and I. Think you know we're we're in a very scary time and fear is nothing to play with, and I think the radical left dominates the party right now, and I think that always tends to backfire because it's almost like going off a cliff, right? Right like it goes so far that even your base, your middle of the road can identify what you are anymore, and I think you're GonNa see that play out because you have too many people that are what I call You know commonsense thinkers out there they inject sense into their daily life and common sense right now would dictate law enforcement's in full retreat and it's not their fault they're being forced into retreat they're being told. Told they could be sued. They're being told they could be fired being told that if they sneeze on somebody wrong, it's GonNa, you know. So the totally playing into the hands of the extreme laughed using this to drive everything off the cliff, and in doing that, they're going to alienate their middle of the road, which is the key voting base in, which is the key demographic that they try to get to get out to vote. Right. I think that it's gone too far out. It's gone too far radical, and we're starting to see that in this country is. I feel losing freedom. You know the government tab right now, the federal government resist that. But in society, we see that level whether it's school whether it's your job. I see this because there are so many people from across the country that Messi meet privately because they're scared. Tell me how they were silenced not in jobs. Holiday got punish spider professors. It's hard for anyone with common sense. It's hard. It's hard for any personal. Loves this country. lost their freedom to support this I. Don't I don't see it and I agree with you I. Think. Even, even people who Who Accord agreeing with this partially anymore because they feel that happening. Personally, I think back done years ago, you have pressure on politicians noted and status. And Duster job, they have to all. Be Supported by the voters, but right now over say. Ordinary citizens like ourselves. We can say small opinions and. What I did is it's total illegal as totally. Like, two hundred miles away from violence or intimidates course you'll have this. So I think owner ordinary citizens are rising up. We'll see. Yeah I just think you know. People at the end of the day, as I said earlier, they think in the middle and they inject common sense, and that's what I think goes on more often than not. As the vote comes around, and at the end of the day, you know I think people do recognize what is You know what's real and what is actually playing out in front of them and I think people see it. I mean the amount of deaths in Chicago, the amount of murders, the amount of turmoil that's going on in some of these states, and you have the mayors in, you have the governor's like, Oh, you know it's a peaceful. Paredo it's this hundreds of people. Austin hundreds have died. Hundreds of people have been literally assassinated over this and I really hope that my. My goal you know whether it's true the show through having guests like yourself on folk speaking out people begin to understand that the punishment sometimes doesn't fit the crime or the the the cure is worse than the disease in people need to take a long look at that and understand what these mayors and governors are doing and how they're using these tools are this newfound power to you know inflict all this damage into these cities in all this damage into these campuses. You're right. I think that he's. Our, no..

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"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Free Sieges at friendly personal psychological point of view. I think people who aggregate. Your losers I called him back. People. I think they were. They want restart and do about bullying other people and learned school young don't believe people, but clearly get in into that and I do think trying to make point which is their right I gotcha. I. Gotcha. One hundred percent gotcha culture, and you know I just give you all the credit in the world for not crawling under a rock during all of this and taking it in, and you know a lot of people would. Right. So this is a very scary environment. We've seen you know mobs- literally almost attacked people's homes and people feel like they need to defend themselves. We've seen you know these riots get out of control all across the country. Particularly in Democrat run cities, we've seen you know assaults on not only folks like yourself that are just exercising of a very simple amendment in my opinion. That's. That's been made complex by the laugh, but also you know the attempt to smear so scary about it and the the attempt of vilify and I just worry for you know not myself I, think you know I'll survive this older kind of get worry about your generation, and it scares me when you walk around the campuses to any of the other students have any acknowledgement of what's going on. Even if you were all the way to the left, you understand what I'm saying Austin do they not understand what's going I mean, what's the culture like an college today? Do they wrap their head around that? Scene. Known the hardcore people. They're not everyone, but it allowed us aca say what happened to me? There is a lot of Democrats and Republicans people from both sides that came to me to support You think Americans whole weather there. Disagree. Agree on losing, which is attacked and being attacked by a powerful. Goo people were very low by. Do you think they're silence their side? They're very loud and control outs inside the media. The horrible institution, it's so we need to step up even more. We need to be careful what's going on burying? US side on brave. Out To be very honest. If I'm not grave John by compared to them, things will get worse and. I complied to them, and they still shopping vase and Struckmann feature. So we have him him back hard and twice the power and we. People know that there will be no second time. Now will you stay in the university if this all blows and they wanNA, keep you. have to see John Because the concentration. It's Cloudy situation every day we see what happens and I'm knocking close off my options. Yeah I think I. Think you have to play this one out and I, it could go either way for you. You. You know I could see the benefit to staying. You know truly but I can't imagine you know what you're going through internally because I'm someone that totally respects the process of going to college and understanding what it takes to get there..

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"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"You can't walk around school and say, Jeez, I think this without being demonized we we started a witness the death of that. Think you. Point. That's how you have Charlie Kirk. Have Cabins. Lipstadt talking to have these young people standing now, the college is no longer a college. ONLY EDUCATION AD isn't oxygenation senator Uganda Oxygen, and you have to pay as a terrible dot and you know you don't learn more at school. And you have to abide you don't buy. Human, you're not humanity more if we go on buyer and true. So. I, do think that. Be. Have something going on in this country colleges at schools, and frankly at something that the government should look into. It. All I am not someone who likes extended government and I don't think you are either. But I do think the government should protect rise. They have to look into this because obviously colleges as in my case, our body violating them and despite being private school. You take a federal funding and taxpayer dollars. So daily look into. An ideal hope that we can make lawsuit a message for these institutions today Rice, have you spoke to the president? I hope you mean president. Trump. No president trump. I don't want to talk to my school. Do you WanNa talk to you president trump. But he hasn't yet. He hasn't restocked. And it'll be honor, but you know he went to the school. He's also New Yorker like I am so ob honor, but his son trump junior. Retreat the. Most traveling. Now and I'm sure he'll listen to this and I know that well You know at the end of the day. I I just think this is so crazy to me and wherever the case goes I really hope it continues to gain steam and get the national attention..

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"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"And. I know. A GREAT and. So you came in a little choppy that some of the audio, but the gist of it is. They. Tried to run you out of school. In demonize you for taking a photo with a gun. Am I reading that right? That's right. I pointed a gun, the ground. Finger away from the Sugar House smiling, I was not intimidating. Being committed. Now where where is it now with the case in your pursuit of justice in this way, do you have it all now? Walls. NRA reached out to me fiery shocking the. Media's Antony Instagram, the youtubers own. Message, out you continue John and you know there's a huge backlash will forbid. But they seem to be standing their ground. I'm not sure there was going on with them right now. and we're starting with York the New York Supreme Court. We're GONNA. Here. Now, what do you think it is, what does your gut tell you that it is? What do you think they're malfunction is an understanding this. Well, I think they not a good person and they probably a constitution. have. They're all free speech codes. School. So I don't think they're very intelligent. The school's mission statement is rigorous thinking I, don't think they rigorously. And I do think that it is on purpose. They know me Johnny no me. No. I'm a good person. I've worked with the guy in charge me for a while inserting government. And knows gown person and. I think he bowed down your mom. It was a mob of people, schoolmates, friends, former France that. You to the school. So I think this was a job. Ashley, just. You. Know what's crazy. This was crazy. As you know in the gun industry, there's so many young people that shoe whether you have Koby Pavlak. Cheyenne, and there's so many young people that shoot that are of college age or in college or in school in some way, and they shoot professionally, they travel, they shoot shooting as a sport at the end of the day. People enjoy going out and you know firing off a few rounds whether it's competing or just doing it for self defense or training, or just enjoying an afternoon at the range with their family or maybe they hunter regularly. This is just insane to me that you know a school can step outside the lines. US social media, you posting pitcher? Proud to display you know, hey, I'm out on the Rangers, enjoying myself and step into your life and just try to attempt to disrupt and dismantle everything that you've worked..

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Seoul Debates How To View Mayor's Death As Sexual Harassment Allegations Emerge

All Things Considered

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Seoul Debates How To View Mayor's Death As Sexual Harassment Allegations Emerge

"And supporters paid respects to the capital's late mayor. The former human rights lawyer and democracy activist was found dead in a park early Friday. As NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul. A fierce debate has erupted about how to view the mayor and his death after local media reported allegations of sexual harassment against him. Mayor Park one soon never showed up for work. Thursday His daughter filed a missing persons report, triggering a massive manhunt. Early Friday. Chief of detectives of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency TWE Exoo briefed reporters near where the mayor was found in a wooded park in northern soul rescued only discovered the body first, he said. A firefighter and a police officer who followed confirmed the finding, Trace said the cause of park's death remains under investigation. But there no signs of foul play. Friday, the city government released a picture of a note founded Pox home. I'm so sorry to my family, to whom I've caused only paint it red. President Moon Jae in U. S. Ambassador Harry Harris and Korean lawmakers visited or sent flowers to the hospital where park's body lay Mayor Park was a presidential hopeful of veteran human rights lawyer and a staunch defender of women's rights. So some Koreans were shocked by reports Thursday that a former secretary of pox it filed a sexual harassment complaint Wednesday against the mayor. Reporters asked Chief of detectives to about the complaint, A CZ many reports have said it has been received in an investigation is underway, he said. But it would be inappropriate to confirm the details here. Mayor Park's family is threatened legal action against anyone who defames him. Some of his supporters. Significant spirit see others sympathize with Secretary Kim Sung Tong, leader of the left leaning Justice Party, spoke to reporters after paying her respects to park. I believe the victim. The accuser may be the one who's in the most pain now, she said. I'd like her to remember above all that she is not responsible for this situation. More than 230,000 people have signed a petition in the president's office website objecting to plans for a five day funeral for park, which they argue would be inappropriate given the allegations. Anthony

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Ransomware attacks against hospitals are on the rise

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Ransomware attacks against hospitals are on the rise

"The FBI and Homeland Security warned that Chinese hackers are trying to break into us. Companies and health organizations to steal research and intellectual property related to the new corona virus and international authorities have been warning for weeks that militias. Hackers are stepping up ransomware attacks against hospitals and healthcare providers that's when they break into networks and hold data hostage until the organizations pay. Let's dig into all of this and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. Marketplace's Scott Tong has been reporting on this from Washington. Inter poll the US government. Google Microsoft. All come out and said you know. There's a lot more attempts to get into hospitals healthcare networks drug companies working on a vaccine all of that. Take your data steal it or locked up so you can't get access to it so it certainly seems like. It is a heightened threat. There's more going on so about these warnings. Do we have a sense of what hackers are trying to get at? When they attacked these healthcare organizations the wordings have not been very specific as to what they're trying to get but what they say. Is You know. Be careful if you are a company working on a new technology a vaccine or testing technology. You should be worried so it kind of implies that's what the bad guys would naturally be after what are the attack methods. One of them is the software to get somebody in organization. Click the wrong thing as spoken to some cyber analysts. Say there's a website that looks really similar to that Johns Hopkins Global Map of the Corona virus that so many of us have clicked on if you click on the wrong thing share than the malware kind gets into your computer. There's also the fake emails and and some of them out there pretend to be from the boss of a company and then there's tools to candidate in just by hacking weak spots in a company network. And then there's another one to Kinda Rome inside the network to see what's there and another tool to lock up the data and then you can notify the people at the company the Organization to say well you know it. You don't have access to your data anymore at now you have to pay. Do we have any sense of of weather like these organizations are more or less secure? Are they in any way equipped to sort of hand deal with this at the same time that they're dealing with a massive public health crisis well people who have watched this and spoken to one person who actually negotiates on behalf of healthcare organizations and hospitals When they get hacked in this way and in what they described as many hospitals in general they don't have the latest version of software. A lot of hospitals and diagnostic machines are running on windows. Xp and they have a lot of people coming in and they're just crazy busy right now even though the authorities say well don't WanNa pay the ransom because you're rewarding bad behavior. Well if you have lives to save you might be a little bit more inclined to pay even if you're not supposed to

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Ethereum Bounces and Bitcoin Gains Momentum

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Ethereum Bounces and Bitcoin Gains Momentum

"Top ten now well. Jeez I'm not is a tricky little pillories. It was down yesterday so it was up yesterday but came off towards the close. This bitcoin market is just holding. It didn't pull back very David just continues to grind along and what we've got right now. Is bitcoin cross above nine thousand nine thousand three hundred and seven dollars up one point seven four percent on the Diet and look if we can clear the old highs of this most recent trend that gets above ninety four seventy nine? We'll have a pretty good looking mock. The moving averages have called up so not overextended anymore. That very big I think fourteen percent die. We had about a waco so ago and we are really in a position where I'm hoping to save further upside of Bitcoin. Still Whiting good tries to sit up of looked in the prophets of loss waken. Haven't had anything at all so far this week. So we'll have to wait and see what comes of. This won't one at present right now on. Bitcoin we are off and he's a nice looking knock. It hopefully break to new highs on the on the low timeframes so he can get some good seclusive for good rights on a theory of nail. Yesterday was actually down down significantly three percent down as well. They are down down down yesterday. It touched tests that ninety. Four thirty five level. We'll go close to that anyway And to diagnostic bullish. Candle right there in that crowd was on Scifi route. Three point two percent above two hundred to five eighty and look the diabetes. The best looking John. Hey back in that cradles not so good on the lower timeframes exit a twenty one point five cents at one point. Eight nine percent right now is the theorem sitting in that cradles beautifully. Well holding above twenty cents. Which was the level that was resistance For quite some time and we push through that now loss wake of course and Yeah just taking along. It is up one point eight nine percent. I said most ago. Bitcoin cash very sought wise yesterday. Well yesterday I was down two point. Two percent become regaining quality Dominance yesterday as well really pushing that seven sorry sixty seven percent. Mock nuts. Why WE SING. Bitcoin was up in the rest of the market will more or less was down. Bitcoin cash sitting at two forty five spot five right now at one point five percent for the day of the soliciting on that daily. Certainly certainly not as Nice as some of the other shots like theory on the daily Bitcoin. Sv was down two point nine percent the clothes and it's up one point eight percent wrought now sitting at two hundred and five dollars and sixty four on the doesn't look very similar. As a matter of fact bitcoin cash should become as they look very similar on shots that will enable but chocolate shop lot coin right now. Forty six thousand and seven cents up two point three three percents. It's little bullish candle in that cried. I'm a little lower haw. That sort of snuck in about a week ago five days ago which is going ninety Maggie. A little less attractive for those Kreider is on those daily timeframe but he's up two point three percent right now looking good. Swell is still below that resistance the tutorials and eighty one cents that being said yesterday we did closed down four percent one the lodge declines of the day. What up two point. Two two percent right now tools and seventy two cents. Pretty likely looking. Jonathan Lost Bonnets has crept into that cradles beautiful little bearish candle rotten as I speak. Da is being quiet vonts over the last couple of weeks. Short has been grinding higher but just grinding. We haven't seen any big pushes what we have on-site. Bitcoin is some of the other coins at it. Sixteen dollars and fifty one cents right now. Point eight of a percent of a groin and to so yesterday closed down two point eight. Two Percent Cod donnas held his a holding above that full point five nine cent mock and Holding Holding Holdings mobilised candle today. Far yesterday we would damage. Only point on of a percent. Rotten now is sitting right on five cents exactly up two point seven percent a therion. Classic got a bit of a full yesterday's well it was down five percent. One of the lodge declines. It has been one of them will volatile In this market recently. Quit simply because well. It's run up hod and pulling back as well any that cradles on daily shot rotten now looking very very seven dollars and one cent were up two point five four percent on the day at this moment and the rand at that top ten hit tron. It's been holding in that consolidation patent for quite some Tong yesterday. We we were down two point one percent today right now at fifteen point nine cents up two point six seven percent so wold of grain out the at the moment viable force old time will tell if we get good training opportunities so dart have a great deal writer. Obviously the white for that daily shot plus are under the white for these charts to play. Add a little bit but I get a little bit better simplicity on those low a timeframe so I can start to attack those electrode the lower time France but only when all the trends are in agreement it just increases probability of success. And that's all I can evidence

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How a drop in oil prices today could fuel tomorrow's energy transition

Climate Cast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

How a drop in oil prices today could fuel tomorrow's energy transition

"Oil prices take a roller coaster. Ride I'm NPR. Chief meteorologist Paul Hotter here with climate. Castor oil prices fell below zero this week as much of the world shelters in place but the pandemic may also feel a six percent drop in greenhouse gas emissions. This year that's the biggest drop emissions since World War Two. So what does it mean for greenhouse gas emissions and energy as we rebuild the global economy marketplace correspondent Scott? Tong focuses on climate and Energy Scott. Welcome to climate cast. Paul needs to be with you so oil prices dipped into negative territory this week and then they spiked again. Put this into perspective. What's going on with the oil market so demand for the world's oil which until now had been kind of steady by one hundred million barrels of oil every day worldwide. That's fallen by thirty percent and now markets are Kinda flipping out trying to adjust to this whatever you call it. This pandemic normal were in now. Scott the lack of oil demand is also translating into a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions the world meteorological organization now predicts a greenhouse gas emissions will be down about six percent this year and the UN estimates global emissions must fall by around seven and a half percent every year from now until twenty thirty to stay within that one point five degrees Celsius goal on global temperature rise. How can we keep some of these emissions cuts and get the economy working again? I think there are opportunities in. There are also some challenges here. We've lost one in twenty million jobs you know. That's about one. Out of eight of us in the workforce so something has to change but the opportunity is to lock in some telecommute. You know we've learned that a lot of us can do most of our jobs Without having to commute to work there also might be an opportunity as far as our use of oil in the market right now. A lot of oil companies are in tough shape and so they're not investing in finding more oil. So what happens down? The road is if they don't find as much in demand comes back then. The kind of won't be enough in prices are GONNA go up. Then that makes it more affordable to find cheaper greener option. Say to buy electric vehicles and that kind of thing. I understand that if you shut off a well it's not easy to bring back on. Can that push markets in a cleaner greener direction right now in the oilfields of West Texas? They don't make money at the price where it is now. And so those wells are shutting down and a lot of other places that's happening to and for the older oil wells right. They need pressure from underground bringing oil. Backup and if you turn it off. In some cases it doesn't turn back on if oil. Some of that oil has to stay in the ground. Then we kind of have a scenario like Europe right where we're gasoline is just expensive by policy and in places where gasoline at tends to be more expensive greener options become much more affordable and we've seen renewable energy jobs booming. We know that climate solutions can produce jobs. Of course now. We see the oil sector jobs in kind of a bus cycle. So are we likely to see more job shocks and transitions going forward? As our energy balance changes we've seen a lot of oil jobs disappear already. I've done some reporting long distance reporting talking folks in the Permian Basin in West Texas where there had been a lot of energy jobs in those drying up pretty quickly so there are going to be winners and losers in every kind of transition for sure. The job search going to migrate to the industry's tomorrow. Marketplace correspondent Scott Tong. Thanks for sharing your perspective on climate cast today. Of Course Ball. Nice to be with you. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul.

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"tong" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"On that to I'm Scott Tong from one use of oil that hasn't gone away is the gas that's being used to get the stuff we need to where it needs to go even though a whole lot of this economy is shut down most of America's truckers are still hitting the roads every single day Steve fields is a driver with a big shipping company called why are sea freight he's also one of the ten people we are profiling in our series about the American labor force it's called the United States of work here is the road side perspective from one part of the essential work force once I get that truck you know I've I've wiped it down off of my shoulders and all that so that environment is pretty safe it's when you get out of the truck that's concerning you know I'm just more learn about door handles and you know you go on to the truck stop you can't really say I don't need anymore but in a bring your own you know I bring a gallon of water or something to drink that way I can restrict my my stops a little bit the changes the that I've that I've noticed is the the drivers all the drivers are workers talking about you know the traffic being down it's the for example there's you know there's a lot of road construction usually happens in the spring all across the country and with the less traffic the road construction is becoming kind of a non issue because I mean you have to slow down a little bit but you get right through it which is a it's a plus for everybody my personal life at home is has changed because we pretty much stay home I mean the we do things that need to be done around the house here you know there's always something to do if you if you live in a home or an apartment one of the cool things I've noticed I mean we've been doing a lot of yard work and stuff and the people just out walking taking a walk with her kids I think it's I think it's taught people a little bit to maybe slow down and enjoy live so that's if you have to put a positive spin on this that's probably a good thing tell us about your.

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How coronavirus may slow the internet

Daily Tech News Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

How coronavirus may slow the internet

"Well more and more companies telling workers to work from home if they can Tuesday Google advised all of its North American workers not just workers in San Francisco and Seattle that all North American workers to work from home until at least April tenth. Fortune reported that about twenty. Nine percent of the workforce could work from home in other words. The bus driver can't work from home has to be on the bus. That kind of thing but twenty nine percent of the. Us workforce could work from home. That's about forty two million people and to that schools either shutting down or going to remote classes means a lot more students of all ages college students as well possibly working from home if they're not in the dorms for instance. That's a lot more people on home. Internet then your. Isp is used to especially during the day. At and T. And Verizon told fortune that the fiber optic cable that provides the. Isp's back haul should be fine. The volume of traffic isn't expected to change too much. They'll be more video conferencing and such but they expect that the pattern of change will be the bigger problem. The traffic will be coming from homes. Not Offices one network insider told a lot of packets will go in odd directions with odd routes and people won't be able to address issues quickly enough it won't break but get ready for a ride This is a some people who live in snow areas no on snow days. Suddenly the Internet does and always work is consistently. Because everybody's trying to use it at the same time. Imagine that on nationwide levels. The chokepoints are lower bandwidth cable and copper wire services your corporate network trying to handle all that increased. Vpn traffic also companies need to find out workers at home have sufficient bandwidth and be prepared to invest in things like mobile hotspots and temporarily maybe subsidizing increasing their data plans. Of course your home Wifi network. You're not a Wifi. Six in most cases You don't have that increased capacity of suddenly all. The students are home your home. Everybody's working from home. You're overloading that WIFI network. Because more devices are using it at once as I mentioned video already estimated to be about seventy percent of network traffic already. And we're GONNA have more video conferences so that puts a little more strain on the system and don't forget apps themselves. The Internet society notes that individual tools need to provision sufficient compute storage and bandwidth resources to deal with increased users. Yes zoom wants everybody to use zoom for the video conferencing but zoom better. Make sure that they've got enough bandwith and cloud resources to handle that. They have but any kind of APP you're using from home. We'll need to prepare for that. We have a test case. China has gone through this by streaming service and educational options application called sway. Si-tong popular office applications including video conferencing applications Ding talk and we chat work online games from tencent. All reportedly crashed at one time or another due to all the increased traffic of people using them from home.

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How worried should we be about COVID-19 and the economy?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:40 min | 1 year ago

How worried should we be about COVID-19 and the economy?

"You know. Much as stock markets have built circuit breakers to put a stop to panic selling and recalibrate the mood. Which by the way happened today. Not Long. After the open when the S. and P. Five hundred hit seven percent on the downside. So too will we use the program today to recalibrate the mood to explain. Why all of a sudden the economic realities of the corona virus seemed to have gotten so much more real to start us off economists making green from the Harvard Kennedy School Megan's to have you back on the program. Thanks for having me. Why as best you can figure out did. The bottom seemingly fallout today. What happened so I think it was a confluence of two things? Mainly one is northern northern Italy. Pretty much shut down so it just fed the idea that even if cases or slowing down within China they're actually accelerating outside of China. And that's a big deal and then the second issue actually isn't directly related to the corona virus. It's more related to the OPEC meeting on Friday where Saudi and Russia decided to flood the market with oil. And so I'M OIL. Prices of fallen pretty precipitously and that creates huge credit problems for a lot of companies related to the energy industry which are actually pretty highly leveraged inert generally rated just above junk level. And so if you start seeing defaults than they'll be downgraded and there will be four selling so that's also provided a lot of drama today highly leveraged lots of borrowing more on oil coming up from Scott Tong in a minute. Let me ask you about a word you use though Things are accelerating outside China. Speaking broadly are you surprised at the speed with which this whole thing has come to this moment. Sue Him nine just given how incredibly interconnected. The world is both in terms of global supply chains but also more importantly in this case in terms of people traveling around and I think that China really did great work in buying the rest of us time In that they had really draconian measures to try to keep people in their own towns in their own buildings. It's much more than most people realize. In addition to quarantining and social distancing. You know there's an APP that the government runs where you can see you as corona virus. So that enforces social distancing so China about us a lot of time and a lot of us could have completely squandered it most of all the US so our response to this crisis has been pretty embarrassing. I think for a developed country with a highly competent health system. How much of that American response contributes to what I perceived to be the changing nature of this crisis. It's going from a supply shock which we talked about when apple had its earnings warning to now people worried about demand shock and the credit markets. And all of that. So the demand shock. I think we're really worried about and rightly so but we don't actually have any data that suggesting it's happen. So the demand shock we know is coming out of China Rate. The second largest economy in the entire world was at a standstill for at least five weeks for for the. Us demand shock at home. It's just perceived at this point right it involves people not going out to dinner not going out and spending and we can certainly get there but at the moment I think it's just concern about. It's not we're not getting any data that suggesting that that's the case really It's just something that seems like it might be coming and I think it's absolutely reasonable for us to worry about this. And then that's feeding over into the financial markets of course is confidence is is been bled from them. And so you've seen these huge moves over the past couple days if and let stress that this is a big if but if we do turn into a recession in this economy given the underlying fundamentals as politicians like to say we're strong right. The labor market strong consumers are really confident. What might a recovery look like on the other end of this thing depends entirely on epidemiology and None of us really have answers there so it really depends on how far this virus spreads if the viruses eventually contained and we have inappropriate policy response with some fiscal stimulus. You know a year from now the we might remember this entire experience but know we'll have forgotten about the economic implications of it traits. So it could just be transitive. We saw that. With the SARS virus for example. There is a big drop off in demand and then you know it picked up pretty immediately once the virus was contained. So that could be the case here but if it actually is spread further and is more deadly than of course we might not get a v-shaped recovery. It might be much more gradual and require more policy intervention Megan Green and economist. Also a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. Thanks a lot of really. Appreciate your time and your

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"tong" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

16:40 min | 1 year ago

"tong" Discussed on Little Atoms

"You know I mean just something like that with that. We may not think that other other animals can do something as simple simple as appreciate beauty but of course I do speak more about that because science is very rigorous in the way it examines consciousness. You know there's different ways to consider what the chimpanzees were actually seeing that day and I'll leave that to the to the readers to discover more In in your little atoms. I'm now Danny today. I'm talking to Ziya Tong and we took it about her new book. The Reality Bobo blind spots hidden truths and the dangerous lesions that shape our world and Zaire as we go into the second half then as a as I said. I WanNa talk about societal blind spots that we we basically go about our lives every day. Not really thinking about you. Know a lot of the ways in which society holds together and the first days. I want to talk about the look in. The book is food. Basically food production by things like soil how the ecosystem and sustainability inability. How do we talk about the Green Revolution for instance specifically? I'd like you to say something about animal welfare. which is we? Don't really think too hard old about specifically where meat comes from. Yeah you know. I think that one of the things that really started off book was an observation that I had. We live in a world where there we can wear such a species that relies so much on our site and seeing we have cameras everywhere of course except where our food comes from where energy comes from and where are waste goes and so that is the second part of the book. This curious question of how did we become the most powerful species on earth when we don't fundamentally understand how we survive and one of the main things that we refuse to look at. This is perhaps a sense of willful blindness as well is where our food comes from. Of course. Paul McCartney famously said that if slaughterhouses had glass walls everybody would be a vegetarian right because I think we all have the sense that something very gruesome is going on. You know I mean if you think. About the fact that there's sixty six billion of farmed animals to date and they disappear yearly and yet none of us ever see them. I mean what exactly actly is happening behind those closed doors and so I do go behind the scenes and just to uncover a little bit about what is happening but not only on the level of perhaps. What's it's just gruesome which I think people assume that they know what's going on but I think actually few people do know what's going on but also on a much smaller level again returning turning in scale and looking at how these animals are produced? How did we get to a place? Where today Factory farmed animals outnumber US fifteen by one. And that's because we've really hijacked their reproductive cycles right. We don't let a lot of animals have sex anymore. We make them have sex in our way with in vitro fertilization and and in so doing we have changed the face of the planet because we've produced so many animals in order to slaughter so many animals and that has some very serious repercussions nations. Today when you're looking at the number of wild animals left on the planet being a mere you know in terms of a vertebrate biomass being a mere three to four percent and again the other thing that we not that we don't often think of is a lot of farmland that could otherwise be used for you know for producing food for ourselves obviously needs to be is to produce food for all of these billions of animals. Yeah exactly and I think in the coming decades from what I understand if if we didn't consume the amount of meat that we did because of course the meat eating being animals rely on the grain And the soy etcetera. We would we would spare about seventy five percent more farmland for ourselves so certainly Lia reduction in meat is something that a lot of people are becoming a lot more aware of because we're starting to see that link between animal agriculture and climate change. You know I've I've been looking at these really shocking images of what's going on in this industry area. I know it's stunning for everybody. To see to you know a billion animals is the most recent WWF estimate estimate and and just seeing these scorched landscapes lead red skies corpses of animals everywhere. But most people can't actually make that link between what that it has to do with animal agriculture in the very first place. Let's move onto energy. Then you mentioned this is the the the the next chapter of this section of the book and we. I really pay that much attention to how electricity gas to that plug socket on our wall. No Yeah I mean. I was just really fascinated to learn. Learn a lot more about electricity and learning more about the grid. And so I I get into a story about actually the grid operators who who in England. I don't know if you know about the story of pickup. You have yes of course when everybody gets us to. The End of East enders most popular TV show. Yeah the needs to be a needs to be boosted. Exactly because everybody in England likes to get up for a COUPLA A COUPLA here and when they do that everybody gets up at the same time to turn on their kettles all of a sudden this creates a huge surge in `electricity city. And so the folks that the grid actually have to be watching along and watching eastenders or watching the British bake off for that moment when everybody everybody gets up to make a cup of tea so that they can ensure that there is enough electricity they can turn on a system that essentially is like an artificial waterfall. That wars wars that water down to spin those turbines and of course the fact that electricity is fresh made. That was something like it's fresher than orange juice. The minute you are turning on that switch you know that Cole is like burning embers. The moment you start you know using it up or the same with the electricity. That comes from hydro-electric dam so once he just start delving in. That was the thing I started realizing. There's just so much fascinating stock going on beyond the reach of my. Is You know this. This is an interesting. I wasn't aware of the freshness of Vinet Tracy. I think. Everybody presumes that there is some sort of battery type thing outlets of West or in electricity until it's needed but that's not okay. Yeah I mean. Batteries are the things that we're just starting to work on now and batteries are the things that are going to propel us into renewable energy future and That's what we've been waiting for but up until then it's been. It's been fresh squeezed stuff fuel. I mean I think you know especially nowadays so we talk about renewable energy versus fossil fuels. It's probably easy for people to think that we took it about fossil fuels. Ns all that term comes from the old the old way of doing things like a sort of legacy type fuel rover that literally the Beta out of fossils sir. Yeah that was another thing that I was just fascinated by in interviewing people for the last fifteen years on various TV shows. I've had a chance to speak to some of the smartest people in the world. Lots of scientists researchers but what I started realizing I started asking people when I started writing this book. That ninety five percent of people don't want oil is you know and that's that's pretty shocking to me that you know you can ask all these highly intelligent people and they have no clue. They know that it runs the global economy. They I know that it's this black stuff but most of them don't realize that this is ancient dead stuff right and you know in a thousand tons of it goes into every tank of Gassin Jason about three tablespoons is the equivalent of eight hours of manual labor. And it's this energy it's because it is such powerful ancient energy it it actually. It's a prehistoric world. That fuels are present. One in many ways so the next chapter in in that part as you mentioned is about waste and he took. Oh Al kinds of ways both obviously human waste animal waste as well But obviously garbage and I guess most specifically most urgently now we're talking about Plastics yes certainly plastics are something I think. We all need to contend with. But it's interesting right well. Politics is in fact. I'm wondering if it's a good news story or not a good news story. I feel like I feel like we're actually making some headway. Finally when it comes to plastics. This isn't necessarily what I talk about in my I book but just in the news a little while ago. I saw that people in Australia are actually taking plastic. Garbage actually being able to transform Orman to its chemical elements to recreate it as oil and gas again as fuel which is really quite wonderful and their whole whole different ways that people are dealing with plastic Dick but yeah plastic is a strange thing right because you know seventy years ago. It just simply wasn't around nobody out this stuff and now it's absolutely ubiquitous. You'd be you'd be hard pressed to look around your surroundings right now and not see parts of objects everywhere around you that are made with plastic stick this substance that was originally built because it was created to create objects that are so durable and yet today. We've flipped the script entirely. And and you know it's it's an embarrassment when you think about the fact that you can use something like a little plastic bag for a sandwich just one time in the stuff is GonNa last for thousands and thousands of ears and of course. This plastic is entering our food system in our food chain as well and you know slowly today. It seems like we are really eating drinking in graphic the last part of the book. You look at what you describe as intergenerational blind spots things you know days traditions that we've basically has taken on because they were the way things done and we sort of carry on and often these things sort of trappers and there's a really fantastic chapter about time the idea of time being a you know an invented concept the idea of keeping time being something that obviously we invented. Initially I guess the real sort of like in Australia of time was when we started working with industry revelation in in factories. And it was like you know a way to make everything runs smoothly and of course. It's something that we are fundamentally trapped in. Yeah and we tend to forget that it's our own human invention and how flexible these notions can be right. I mean just very recently. I was pleased to see that in Japan. They're starting to test out. I think it was actually Microsoft. That starting to test out something like a four day workweek and they're starting to realize that people have so much more productivity you know when you actually give them more time and space debris but there have been many fights over the years in Erez everything from the The haymarket riots where people used to work sixty hours a week and they had to fight to not work during the weekends to give us our present day workweeks to just even the very notion of time being you know eight o clock which actually originally was of the clock. And you know because we don't say of the clock we forget. Get this notion that the clock is an invented. Time altogether and I don't want to give away too much of course but as you know in this chapter it really breaks time apart and starts to begin to show us what the ramifications are for how we've structured time and how how it's a really really destructive force at the end of the day. What of course you mentioned the Haymarket market riot? It's the idea of sort of rioting for better conditions but indeed people did riot when time zones or whatever were tempted to be foisted. Foist the Putnam as well absolutely an Indiana. I write about a book as well. Yeah they absolutely fought back fist against the notion of having this structured time times time actually had to be really beaten into us. We didn't we didn't take to it too easily but again this notion that China's flexible a lot of this really. This book is really about thinking about the way in which we think in different ways to realize that the track largely is one that we've set ourselves so you have a chapter about following uh-huh from the time about you know ideas of measurement about boulders and catastrophe and things these are obviously you know human constructions as well and a NATO as as I mentioned illegal and talk about the financial system. You know the invention of money capitalism but I WANNA finish off talking about the idea of. GPS this invisible network of satellites to recovers because GPS. Google maps is something has really really transformed my life seemingly for the better. I have no idea how it works. Well you know I mean it's incredible right because in the modern day and we have these networks of satellite. Sometimes you'll be looking up at night and you'll see what looks like a shooting star and you'll soon realize of course a satellite and we have all these satellites for so many different purposes and a lot of them are important for being able to navigate the way in which we do today and in the book. I actually talk about how important..

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"tong" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"One of two seven because of them there is a you know photos are back real photos and photo labs business is picking up there was this one place here in Los Angevin to the rescue and now it's turned it in there's a waitlist teacher photos developed get pictures here Nick Tong of Tom tongs photo lab is with us to tell us more next to seven. sis and. so. this is very. this may.

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"tong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"One is kind of her nurse even one as kind as a nurse sometimes she lies in bed and rambles in her mother Tong who in your family am I talking about charter the phone ringing forgot to turn the ringer off hello in life who life somebody in your life is that's happening to them as we sit here and speak maybe in the beginning stages maybe in the ending stages may be or where ever M. but they may but it's somebody in your life somebody in your life is making that decision as we speak if that's happening to them today and someone in that person's life is having to make decisions without the right information well you're talking to the right information so tomorrow at six o'clock for women only because long term care is a women's issue my office at six o'clock you can call I'll get you tickets all get you directions or on the twenty what I say on the thirty first of August the thirty first of August I'll be doing a workshop in my office for anybody who wants to come or short cut it and just call me get in to see me in the in the appointment right now is free that's going to change I'm only going to take two to three people a week as clients and only two to three people a week are then gonna null for.

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"tong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"tong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Scott Tong Here in California. There is a new governor. As of today in the legislature is back in session and probably sooner rather than later. They're going to get sucked into a big messy problem. What to do about the trouble utility p genie Pacific Gas and electric the investor owned company provides gas and electricity more than five million Californians, and it is widely reported that PG knees considering bankruptcy as the way to manage. What could be billions of dollars in liabilities? From the reason why fires out here. Marketplace's into Euler has that one. The company's equipment was found to have caused or contributed to more than a dozen of the biggest fires in two thousand seventeen and investigators are looking into whether genie is responsible for starting a fire last November that killed eighty six people PG, knees liability is likely in the tens of billions. So it's reportedly looking into bankruptcy. Travis. Miller's an equity analyst at MorningStar bankruptcy could force the hands of regulators to restructure customer rates. That's because California law requires. Wires the utility to be solvent rate payers pay for it. And they pay for it either through their electric Bill or through their tax Bill through their tax Bill in the form of a bail out from the state legislature or the government could simply take it over. But something's got to happen soon. Mpg knows it Clayton Allen is with height capital markets. It's no coincidence. We're hearing murmurs about possible bankruptcy right now. You have the new governor taking office today. You have the legislature being sworn in. And both of those things are something that he wants to kind of pressure. A California lawmaker is expected to introduce a Bill this month to help PG knee absorbed potential liabilities. But Allen says that Bill might have trouble getting broad support. And I think that anyone is really gonna be chomping at the date to support legislation which theoretically makes utilities less vulnerable to lie dodi's.

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