19 Burst results for "Troon"
"troon" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"Guilt and shame thousand. Alex Wong Lord attornal darkness. Oh okay right the word. Wow and oh. Didn't betty at a footnote that she always did her own taxes by the way I never asked for my taxes. I have always done them on my own. Well she's not intelligent enough to do that because social and what's with these journal entries do all Mormons have to write a journal? Is it a female thing? Is it expected of again if you keep a journal? That's great. I have such like an adverse reaction to journal keeping simply because it's been used against me. For example you know journal entries from my great great great grandfather about how a church is true or or whatever you know but it's a very mormon thing to keep it your kind of commanded to it's sort of like maintaining the storyline you know. Is You know when I was leaving the Church in my dad's like your heritage or your pioneer heritage sending like journal entries about how the Churches Troon Ball Ball like like guilt. You know guilt and shame you know what if someone got my journal. Entry from fifteen years ago I would have been saying the church is true I would have been saying God Blah Blah Blah. I would have been like. Oh the Prophet Prophet. You know. Yeah it's not true. I not that same person I've grown. I've understood I hope that no one would use my words from a journal to put pressure and guilt. Shame on someone else. There is so much expected of you. When you're Mormon God yes like who has time for consistent journaling? Well apparently Betty's mom did and she wrote down all the Shit and then send it to work. There's so much you gotta do I'm worn out.
"troon" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast
"I'm Bob Schieffer and I'm Andrew Schwartz of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and this is the truth of the matter. This is the podcast where where we break down the policy issues the days since the politicians are having their say we will excuse them with respect and bring in the experts many of them from on the CSIS people who have been working these issues for years no spin no bombast. No finger-pointing just informed discussion. This is special bonus episode of the truth of the matter as many of you know. Bob Schieffer hosts the Schieffer series at CSIS. We're doing a new thing this year called Bob Schieffer's Green Room where Bob in the panel warm up in the Green Room and we recorded the discussion this time was about Iran and the recent attack attack on Saudi Arabia discussion was so lively that we wanted to bring you the whole thing right here so you can hear it on this podcast. Uh John you put out a piece of the other day about how trump really didn't wanna make any news the first couple the times he was at the United Nations and now it turns out he probably needed see United Nations and might even admit that and he you know he the first time time he went he had the rocket man quote seized everybody and people were afraid to go to the UN because they didn't want to offend trump and then once anything nice to trump because that would offend the voters back comb the second time he had that we're boast about how we had done more than any other any other leader in the United States and people laughed at him. I thought part the really striking downbeat tone of today when he gave a speech to the UN he didn't WanNa make news the real news from the speech was that before the speech the leaders of France and the UK and Germany came out and said we think the Iranians were responsible for the strike. That's exactly the the kind of coalition building Mormon American presidents do for they go to the UN. It tried to build the case. Actually the trump administration industry is understanding. We're not going to take care of this unilaterally. We need the allies and I think we're starting to build a traditional case of traditional alliance to remove the Iranians because maximum pressure alone isn't doing but he didn't quite get there in the speech though I mean we didn't have a plan in the speech together. Everybody together him call security already council together. He didn't say he wanted authorization to use military force. He just talked about doing what they've been doing. It was almost as if the attack hadn't happened order. We have of an actual way for the Europeans of bought into right now. They're still back at JCP away in some modest modifications so we don't have a way forward at this point said you had had a report out this summer that almost to the the last pin that dropped a predicted what was going to happen. You talked about Saudi Arabia and how how vulnerable they were and to an attack from Iran and it that's that's basically what happened. What do you think what's it's no well. I think that the issue here it's pretty clear that the trump administration again does not look like it wants a military response or at least right now. It's hedging right now on a military response. I think what we're looking at right. Now is what is the public case look like we still don't have sufficient public information about what the Iranians did how they did it with what combination of cruise missiles and drones and then how is the US going to respond militarily or or through the Saudis and how and if it all and this is where I'm I'm concerned to what degree in their allied participation in broader political way forward with Iran because otherwise we're just in a interminable tit for tat what I keep hearing from from Arab Arab diplomats is if there's not a real strike the Iranians who are absolutely turn it up there will be another attack at another attack but what in this audience is. They don't want him to attack because there I mean if Saudi Arabia was this vulnerable this time and boy I would not want to have the job of whoever who was in charge of Saudi air defenses a week ago would probably not be a great place to be but if there is a significant attack back whether it's kinetic whether it's cyber the Saudis are feeling pretty exposed that if the Iranians escalate. They don't think this attack was I think it was aimed at the Saudis. I mean this. This is a textbook Irani and attack. They tried to hide this worth or largely hide it to some degree but it was not targeting the United United States which would have really risked esscalation it hits the Saudis and it also was an attempt at least a signal to hit them in their pocketbooks right and I think importantly only for all of the Iranian escalation of last five months. I don't know that there have been any fatalities from the Iranian perspective. We have suffered economically so we will impose costs on others economically. I think I think they're staying in their lane. The risk of miscalculation Walter Russell Mead wrote in The Wall Street Journal is real you and either. We have escalation that invites a response. There's mistaken invites a response but the possibility for a genuine war is certainly certainly increase why we wrote in Monday's paper. This problem has essentially been handed to cyber command because this nobody wants to be doing a traditional military strike inside Iran on Iranian facilities and yet nobody wants to sit around and feel like your audience against were sent no message and what they're discovering over. Time is cyber presents the same problem that traditional strike does if it's so big that it really sends a message it could could we ask elation and if it's relatively minor the way the one we did against the Iranians in June was it clearly isn't going to be a deterrent. I mean we hit them. In troon troon wiped out their databases that control understanding the traffic in the Gulf and they came back and hit the Saudis. Three months led to correct me. If I'm wrong here but after reading your report it occurred to me if he wrong head wanted to hate the Saudis harder other things thanks for the diesel seventy percent of Saudi Arabia's water potable water comes from desalination plants including ones that would be very vulnerable to the strike. The electricity grid certainly the skater systems that run a lot of it's scripted so if if the Iranians wanted to hit them harder or or if they're reserving the possibility for escalation Saudi Arabia is extremely vulnerable to a second question. How much of their water comes from the ground is from rather coming live from the seventy percent of the potable water comes from desalination plants. They'd be very vulnerable to strike more allegations any country in the world. You know I figure in Washington. I learned this lesson from Bob Schieffer in Washington. I'm having a good day. If I understand five percent of what's going on in Bob boys new ten I figured five would be fine for me so in cyber you gotta rap the secrecy part around that the good news out of this is where two point right now where these cyber strikes in order to make an appointment can't really be that covert your that might be covert is exactly who did it and how it happened but if it's so covert you can't see it then. It's probably not hurting them. There's no deterrent value. That's right and you know there. There's another route especially when it comes scandals and things like that that I've developed over the years. Here's what we know is always better than what we don't know if you enjoy this podcast check out our larger Souissi. 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"troon" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"For example, last year, I was enough to the Canadian national team and rewritable to ride think thirteen rice in eighteen days during August. So there's a lot of opportunities but vase any young ride a radio to make a name for themselves. So a lot bucks in the Elden dice, you come in you, buy a license and vice and if you're any good you'll like it. And if you're not while you're being. Experience richer. There will be writers. He see the front of these races. Who you just don't see the rest of the year? I mean, stained Vandenberg is a classic example. Beg ethics quick set writer who wanna stage recently died in Valencia which was so unusual policy. The plastic bike in his in his wheel. And but also because he's a writer. He don't tend to see I side of Belgium and beyond the the balancing classics is almost like, you know, a card in an American football game just comes on for vase specialist rule. I is a unique element and cycling the that that are writers who are so specialist. The you know, you really just do see them for these couple months of the year that's their season. And you kinda wonder what they do the rest of the. We're following stay on Betty cyclist Florida at. Except. VDB hooligans, we're friends of him. So every course we follow him in England hooligans means fat guys on Rulli is that what you are like, yeah, we're to beat that. Actually, we're not, but the image to wanna make hooligan. So you're kind of lighthearted hooligans out for a good time. Yeah. Especially so tell me news flat and the two of flounders. What do they mean to the BDB hooligans? It's that is the race for standards that's important for him. If he has a chance to win. That's a racy has to be especially now Nomo preser- especially good race for him. What are these races like for listeners in England who haven't been here described them? Oh, it's one of the the second most beautiful reason Belgium. I think. Except for the tour Flanders, that's the first that's beautiful. You don't you see landscape here? The climbs cobblestones. That's all perfect or cycling is cycle yourself a little bit. Not that much. Have you ever written on? Yeah. Done it. So, you know, it's hard, right? Yeah. It's very hard. If you're not trained to it's it's not that easy here. And lastly, what will you do today after this? When you go anywhere else. We're following him to finish. And then we have to see if he's wins or not. And if he wins, what will this evening be party? Unless you're teetotal you have to sample one or two of the Belgian beers when you visit the tour flounders or one of the other great races, the socking Poku wouldn't want to condone drunkenness. And we would encourage drinking responsibly, of course. But if you're in Belgium, here are my three talk is to sample. Keep an eye on the percentages though, because they can really catch you out. You can be on your third beer, not realize you being sipping something that's around eight percent. And suddenly your hitting the war. It's the reverse effect of climbing vase deep hell with a high gradient. You don't want to crack before you reach the bottom of your gloss. Anyway in third place. I'd have to choose quack. It's an amber beer with a spicy kick for good hoot. And he's around eight percent, and it served in a call to yard glass, propped up in a wooden stand. It looks like something you'd see in an old fashioned apothecary in second place, very controversial choice because he's not actually from Florida. Tone. It's from the French speaking gome region, but overall is a Trappist beer originally. Brewed by monks, deep Brown color and flavor have own characteristics of Troon Belgian great the window has to be the quantum simply because it is cycling theme it served in a colossal that had a cyclist motif on the stem cobblestones on the pace is also very tasty..
"troon" Discussed on Untangle
"Maybe it's actually giving yourself that relaxed Asian buying some candles bath salts in having a nightly bath where you're reading or you're watching your favorite Netflix show. They're still many ways to really give yourself that Troon need. But usually food is actually just that date when you I sit down with somebody did they think it's more about like, self control. Do they sort of berate us outs for not having willpower? Because it does seem like a lot of people know the right thing to do if you say to somebody eating a whole pound cake isn't good for you. They're not surprised by that the matter of like going back. To what we were saying about behavior change and maybe self control. But then sell control is a lot of it's from the brain. And it's sounding to me like this process of focusing in on your intuition and more self love and not stressing yourself to be like everyone else is even more important. Definitely I think it's becoming more common knowledge. Now that willpower is finite, and that it's not actually what we need to tap into in order to change our eating habits because we're not needing to control the bench were needing to understand. That's like if you think about your relationship with yourself as you would relationship with anyone else in your life. If you had a friend that you were fighting with you wouldn't say like why can't I control her more? Why will her into doing what I want her to do or same with a partner co worker anything with oh, so much helpful to think about yourself as a friend as separate person that you would only receive that love a friend would only be there? For you. If you show them love if you had a great loving relationship. So your body is the same. It's your brain is going to make loving decisions. If you come from a place of love it's going to make maybe hurtful or unhelpful decisions. If you come from a place of criticizing of judgment of eight you can't hate yourself into a body..
"troon" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"We wanna look at hell can we decrease the overall load the things that are leading directly to the headache such as the bad pillow or the food, but also unraveling all of the other things that might be increasing your overall stress load making it so you don't have the bandwidth for your body to be able to deal with the problem in the first place. Can you talk about what the bucket theory is? And how this relates to overwhelm. Yes. Absolutely. So I touched on that in over the course of the last few questions, but I, you know, more specifically, I think about our ability to handle stress as being represented with a bucket and some people are born with these. Tiny little buckets other people are born with great big buckets. And you know, there are some things that can change the says if your bucket for the most part that's kind of what you get. There are things in another way to think about that as resilience, right? So we have different people have different amount of resilience naturally. Then we fill up that bucket with different things. So I think about all of the little stresses big the small the minutia that Philip bucket. And when it's full it overflows, and you end up with whatever that weeks by this for you, you end up with that is how your stress is gonna manner fast. I look at that bucket is being filled with pretty there are certain everyone has their own stresses. Right. Everyone's different top to bottom. But there are certain categories of stresses that tent we tend to see impacting people across different demographic groups in that's going to be environmental stress, nutritional stress, the stress of whatever kind of genetic disposition you have stress of year history in what you've been through in your past financial stress relationship stress rate. There are certain things that are gonna fill the up and then little stresses like in one of the examples. I given my book is in my office where I see patients do some of my work online in some of my work seeing patients in person and in my office where I see patients in person every time I pull up my keyboard tray in every time. I pushed you know, in this drove me crazy for gosh. I'm gonna say a year, and I kept trying to fiddle with things and nothing was working. And he was actually this little tiny thing that kept happening over and over again was significant stress, and my deciding to go ahead and take the drawer apart than realizing on the other side of that that it was not going to be able to be fixed in deciding, oh, I'm just gonna have to live with it. It's something I'm gonna choose not to change it, then became something that no longer stress me because I was kind of taking control of that thing back into my own hands. So the accumulation of things is kind of where we end up seeing the bucket overflowing. Knowing that there are things in the bucket that we can choose what we're gonna choose to change what we're going to change than what we're gonna choose not to change what choose to change not change than say are for now. I'm not gonna change this right? This is something at this point. I'm not gonna do anything about. So brought up about making decisions to change because when I think of being overwhelmed, it's because I'm trying to do everything you talk about prioritizing in finding true north values. I thought it was fascinating. How do we know if something aligns with our chew north? How can we tell? That's what we need to be prioritizing. Right. First of all, I just want to say, I agree with you that you can't try to do everything. Right. It's it's literally impossible, even if it's just the things he wanted to forget about your responsibilities, right? If you started to list all the things he wanted to couldn't do them all so prioritizing is imperative and looking at Troon north values. They actually the whole first section of my book is geared toward identifying what your north values are. And that's looking at what is most important to you as far as your big picture core values. So for someone that might be family or might be charity. You're giving for someone else. It might be eased or things like that. And then we also in order to find what you're to north is I recommend that people. Also, look at how they wanna feel because if you look at just what your values out or just what you want to accomplish..
"troon" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"He grew more angry after sharp criticisms from his own party, criticisms that persist, I'm devastated by this. And I think that. What madness did was very important for our country. When House Democrats gained control the congress on January third. They will vote on a Bill to reopen. The government that doesn't include funding for the border wall. And then they'll pressure Senate Republicans to do the same, but the president can still veto that Bill to keep the government shutdown. Tom Tara Palmeri tonight. Tara, thank you. We went ahead. Overseas now to the desperate search and Indonesia for victims of that powerful and deadly soon. Nami tonight, we're getting our first look at Troon footage showing the scale and scope of the devastation and on the ground this moment right here of impact during a concert that terrifying. Wave slamming into the band and the audience such chilling moment. Now, the growing concern over that volcano that triggered it all still very active tonight ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel on the ground now with the latest tonight more than a thousand rescuers in the desperate race to find the missing and treat the injured after devastating sudden soon NAMI hit punts of western Indonesia, and there is another one. Crushes show. It's any time causing trucks hold into buildings piled on top of each other and its aftermath the devastation it left behind this. Nami originating in the waters between Java and Somalia where beaches packed with Taurus, celebrating the holidays. Dramatic video shows concerts.
"troon" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"Hands up. Hey. I was I guess I was like hyper sensitive about it. But there's like two or three times last week. I thought my cat was dead. And I freaked out. It was all because you guys. Well, we did it. No, we re credit for that knows because we were making fun of the cat. No. I'm saying I was hyper sensitive to the fact of my cat dying. My cats cat it has its own fucking room. Yeah. Well, you know. No, we'll because my cat comes out of the room. I talked them. And sometimes I leave my head of their breakfast tray on the bed. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He puts it out. It's got the silver. It's like a home alone. Put the nice thing on their, you know, wait cats are and I wonder how many times somebody like an actual beloved cat because they'll conditions here in your house for day or two without ever really showing itself. And it's been dead. No, no, no, definitely dead for like three days. Like, we don't go. I don't go three days without seeing my cat. But that's why like all usually, you know, I usually say good morning to my cat in the morning because I have to pass my cats when I leave my bedroom Noah Saudi the week again my gosh. And a couple of times I and usually I'll say something to him. I'll be like. Hey, bam. Hey, and it you here in a couple of times like it didn't answer. And I was like oh gosh. Speak english. My cat does the Spanish Arabic Farsi, they speak French. Nope. German cat. What if I obviously I speak cat because in seventeen years, my cats, your English, right? And my cat answered. In what language can't can't English Cantonese? I've always wanted to talk about that. Sobhi overseas. You know, and you'll see I'll see a cat or a dog or something, you know. And all go. Hey, buddy. You see you see a dog, you know, unless you just hate dogs. Like, hey boy. How's it going? You know, you talk to it. And we hate dogs. You're right. Right. Right. Or maybe a few dog, I'm gonna kill you. But I'll see dogs, and I'll call tumor all say, hey, buddy. How's it going? You know, because I'm an animal loaders. I'd like to see him in a dog or just ignore you know, just keeping morning, and then I realized that go. Yeah. The dog speaks Arabic. It doesn't know what I'm saying. Doc smarter. Not through the dog dogs like WD ever. This guy is fucking infidel. With that. Welcome. Thanks should a man point. We shed the shackles of feminism beat back, depression, political correctness unfiltered opinion about all things from pop culture to politics. And in the end, we find out who stands Troon proud is our man in a week, which is a simple punk ass and gets up.
Infatuation With Another Person
"And life were blunt what we think will complete us. This is a specially Troon relationships become a namrd with a person we feel will make us complete bun reality have nothing in common. Create logical scenarios of connected, and we do everything possible to seek approval for the truth. Is we demean ourselves by placating in this regarding actual needs. Extremely hard to be wise. Impatient. When our particular needs of wholeness entry happiness are not met. We wonder when our opportunity will come when our life was filled the true purpose. We're dependent upon for fashion and comfort. Fortunately, for us to be a benefit to someone else to be a benefit to ourselves. Correctional and up to toots and efficiency is in faults is embarrassing discouraging. It would be much easier. If someone else fixed for us. But that's not how life works. It's a hard pill to swallow. But patients and self examination is the only way control. It be a great opinion are obsession, selfishness and pursuit of someone who we think will fix us never work without a true self examination being a better you I practice discipline and righteousness.
"troon" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Galore dot com back to politico on I got the I so it's me and my. And you know, we go we're supposed to enter in the western building, you know, western hall parking lot except for there's nothing that's designated western hall parking lot too. And And then. then when you pull up, and they they told me go go on PICO, which is between LA live and Figaro. And this is this is one of those this is one of those LA thing. Yeah. But the person who's basically the tip of the spear that's going to figure out whether you is in charge of whether you get in or you get out of politic. Con is one of the people who's currently marching in the Hon Durris March right now, they pull that part that person out they put a windbreaker on them. And they have them stand there. And then you go, hey, I'm supposed to do political lots lots and they start like waving you off because they don't speak English. They get paid seven dollars an hour. And they're just there to shoo away. Now, I don't know why the presenters of these things aren't aware of this. And what if it just worked that way? Like what if I just went? All right. Well, I'm just going to go home. I'm in lots fall. And they said to enter the whatever there's never anyone there to have a person there has no idea who you are that have a clipboard there, certainly. No like headshots I dunno. Matt why don't just get giving fucking pictures from the internet. Like, hey, this guy this guy. His name is clay Aiken, he's going to be showing up his hair, maybe a different color, but you should be able to recognize it. Why why is that insane? So all they do is they go. No, no, go leave. And then then Mike August goes like going through. Anyway, it's like he drives past them, you know, and then they go like you gotta get out of here. And then at some point you run across somebody and they casually go, oh, you're here. And it's like, I don't have. I wouldn't be here. If I if I listened to the person that you put at the end of the driveway. I would not way by the time. I got to you were in the elevator. Right. And you treated me like I treated my parents showed up at high school football. You're right. You're right. Because I was in an elevator was a freight elevator. And had that kind. That open like a clam shell had to wait for a long period of time. I was like just shut the thing up, and let's get going and all of a sudden Troon his posse started heading toward us like shot it up, and let's get going shot at an intrusion as posse or going through security and everything like crate. Now, it's on. So I'd been waiting in the elevator. But I'm always seething because I can't figure out that part of life. And I am I would really like to explore that, gene. Which is if I tell the fuck and pizza guy to drop off a pizza, and he says, I'll be there about thirty minutes and at twenty nine minutes, I'm pacing by the front door and everyone else in my house is in the shower or sleep or something..
"troon" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Pitch two bregman right handed batter takes us strike bregman a to sixty four hitter six homers in twenty eight runs batted in aalto bay on deck and then boy refreshing out here right now starting temperature last night was ninety five here's the a one and it is low jeff bannister told us today about those figures the rangers have on the rangers won loss record in games started at temperatures of ninety five and over since he's been the manager winning percentage around eighty five percent but the point is moot tonight here's the one one there's a swinging a pup foul right side back out of play gary pettus is the third base coach for the world champion astros alex seem troon the first base coach walks over and has a word for springer's pre or used to run a lot when he first came up to the big leagues not so much anymore he has three stolen bases this year he is third in the league and run scored however just underway a runner at first nobody out of a base on balls and they three to pitch it gets aggravated by his own walks and the pitch two bregman has popped up near the plate on a lunging cut carlos perez drifting over toward the ranger ondeck circle makes the catch bregman has fouled out for the first out of the ball game and jose altuve is coming out bell to fourth in the league in hitting this year at three thirty to four homers twenty nine rb is he does lead.
"troon" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Design produce and test five warheads each with ten kilotonnes tnt yield for integration on a missile you know erica as of last night what you were getting from the administration is eight tend to believe that the accusations by the israelis on the evidence presented to the united states so far is is legit is legitimate evidence said right iran has lied about it you know we this this is no surprise to any of us who were extremely extremely doubtful of president obama's deal with the the iranians the american public knew what we talked about after the iran deal was done and the polling showed the majority of americans believe that the president the president obama made an agreement with iran that actually made us less safe just you know reading parts of the wall street journal today where they said look let's not let's not forget about the fact that you know all this money that we opened up the billions that we opened up to iran has been been used to fund operations inside of syria used directly against united states interest in that region everything that we said was going to happen and worthy to idiots overnight everything we sat in a lot of people that hold our same opinion said has come to be apparently true here if all of this information that apparently was gotten from the iranians by by israel is operatives and sabine troon as who said the latest from the white house the administration is they tend to believe that it is authentic right information being presented by the israeli prime minister and you know you you you sit and you you shake your head because we all knew it was a terrible deal as we had said way back when and many others had said you're enabling iran that is one of the world's premier terrorist exporters you're giving them access to billions of dollars to further keep a nuclear program going that we knew that he even the obama administration had come out and said well we can't stop it we're just trying to delay it right and and it was the reaction was well at least they did something on every getting that call us they did something they did something year but they did something that put us in the wrong direction.
"troon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Produce and test five warheads each with ten kilotonnes tnt yield for integration on a missile i know erica as of last night what we're getting from the administration is they tend to believe that the accusations by the israelis on the evidence presented to the united states so far is is legit is legitimate evidence iran has lied about it you know we this is no surprise to any of us who were extremely extremely doubtful of president up abacha's deal with the the iranians the american public knew it we talked about after the iran deal was done and the polling showed the majority of americans believe that the president the president obama made an agreement with iran that actually made us less safe just reading parts of the wall street journal today where they said look let's not let's not forget about the fact that you know all this money that we opened up the billions that we opened up to iran has been used to fund opperations inside of syria used directly against united states interest in that region everything that we said was going to happen and worthy to idiots overnight everything we sat in a lot of people that hold our same opinion said has come to be apparently true here if all of this information that apparently was gotten from the iranians by by israel is operatives and sabine troon as who said the latest from the white house the administration is they tend to believe that it is authentic information being presented by the israeli prime minister and you know i you you sit and you you shake your head because we all knew it was a terrible deal as we had said way back when and many others had said your neighboring iran that is one of the world's premier terrorist exporters you're giving them access to billions of dollars to further keep a nuclear program going that we know that even the obama administration had come out and said well we can't stop it we're just trying to delay it right and and it was the reaction was well at least they did something on every you're getting that call you say did something they did something year but they did something that put us in the wrong direction.
False stories travel faster than the truth on Twitter, study finds
"Twitter. Why this false news seem to thrive on the Internet is our inter-connectedness you know, from the web, the caused, or just a platform for the spread of these unsubstantiated facts sitting on a raw is here to talk about his group's work, trying to tackle these big questions welcomes the non. Why? So there's a lot of hype around this topic. This topic of false news and misinformation campaigns on social media In the news media, You know, we've got fact checking articles out there. We've got the social media platforms trying to clean house. I don't even know where one would start to take apart. What is happening here quantify and try to put some arrows and think this is causing that. What were you trying to find with this study? We were interested in the spread of false news them How 'bout was spreading differently on lineman true news. We were concerned about the potential consequences of the spread of false news, and we wanted. Two, when we looked at the scientific literature, we found that they're really weren't many large-scale scientific studies about the spread of false news online. And so we wanted to address that with a large scale, much more comprehensive study who your data set consisted of Is this all of Twitter since its inception. Yeah, we had access to the historical archive of tweets from its inception in two thousand six to two thousand seventeen and we were able to analyse any stories spreading on Twitter during those years. It was that easy to get hold of. Is that something that anybody could access while we worked directly with Twitter to get access to that data? And we obviously use machine learning out different types of algorithms to collect unfiltered, the data, how big Wisden status at It was a hundred and twenty six thousand Cascades of stories. Spreading on Twitter over the eleven years, So fairly substantial, three million people tweeting over four and a half million time Blau over those eleven years. And one of the things he wanted to do with Ted distinguish between the spread of false news and Real news are true nears. How could you pick those things out of the data set? How did you figure out why this is false or true, or even whether it was news? We started with six independent fact checking organizations that had gone through the difficult process of fact checking these stories that have come out over these eleven years. And we went to their data And we found the stories that they had backtracked some had been factor to be true. Some had been factor to be false of these six independent organisations agreed on their classifications between ninety five And ninety eight percent of the time. So we have this really nice corpus of stories that. That were fact check by these organisations over those years. And then with that label data in hand, we went to Twitter to find mentions of those stories on Twitter. When we found dimension, we would work backwards to the origin. The very first time somebody had mentioned that story. And from that, what we called origin, tweet, we then recreated or rebuilt the Cascades of retweeting that came from those mentions said that we could see how many people I picked it up and how fire had spread over time. Exactly. Those are all stories that, for some reason were chosen by those This fact checking organizations. Was there any chance that they're focusing on things that were highly contentious? Yes. So we were also concerned about that. So obviously a skeptic might say, Well, there might be selection bias in that you are working with these six fact checking organizations be they look at sin. Sessional stories or maybe they look at sensational false stories and run-of-the mill True Stories than that can affect the differences in the spread of truth and falsity. So what we did was we collected a second independent robustness data, SAT where we found stories that had never been fact check by any of these six independent fact checking organizations. We had three fact checkers independently. Fact check those stories about 13,000 Cascades compared to the 100 and twenty six thousand in the main data SAT. We ran our analysis on these stories that were independently verified not verified by these six fact checking organizations and we found nearly identical results. All of the results were the same. Let let's talk about those results. So what kind of differences Did you see between the spread of false news and the spread of true news on Twitter? We found that false news diffused significantly farther faster, broader deeper. All this hoop relatives in every category of information at each of the superlatives goes with a specific measure. Although the time the breath, The death, the structural Virology in every case of false news was diffusing farther faster, deeper more broadly than the truth in all categories of information and sometimes by an order of magnitude. And when you see all categories information you talking about political news, urban legends, those kinds of things like different types of content. Exactly. We had a number of different categories in the data politics, urban legends, business stories, terrorism and war, science and technology, entertainment and natural disasters you found there was a difference between his content types, but they all the trend held true for all of them. Absolutely. False news was diffusing farther faster and more broadly than the truth in every category, but false political news diffused farther faster, deeper and more broadly than any other. Type of false news, any other category of false news false politics is was the was the one that diffused farther faster, deeper more broadly. And here's where of course anyone reading Nesir listening is thinking, What about the baht's? Is this something that people are intentionally doing to propagate false political news? Is that something you able to dig out of your data yet? We've heard a lot of stories in the media and in fact in congressional testimony in front of the US House and Senate Intelligence Committee's on misinformation that bought splittists significant role in the spread of false news. So we wanted to look into this further. And in this comprehensive data said, We used to state of the art Baath detection algorithms set them to different sensitivities to make sure our results were robust. And we identified the baht's We took them out and we put them back in and we did the analysis both with the Boutsen without What we found was that indeed boths were excel. The rating the spread of false news online, but that they were accelerating the spread of true news at approximately the same rate. So boths were pushing true news and false news in about the same way. So bots cannot explain this massive difference between the how far and fast and deeply and broadly false news spreads compared to the truth. Human beings are responsible for that. I Is that what you think is that humans eat, Oh, just tend to be more interested in false news. It's some for some reason. Well, this is not an experimental study, and so we have no causal claims in this paper whatsoever were just describing my what we find in the data. But uh, what we did find is that the presence of bots cannot explain this big difference and the spread between truth and falsity And so you know, human actors have to make up that explanation the Now there's always. Differences between militias Suman actors trolls than ordinary people who may not know that they're spreading false news or doing it for non malicious reasons that we didn't investigate. But when you take the baht's out, the results don't change. Is there something about false news, Fake news that is more appealing to people that people are more likely to share it just because it's possibly wrong, Or is it very much more novel Then true news? Great question. So we wanted to dig into why this might be happening in our first including or inclination was to to think that well, maybe people spreading false news are different than people spreading Troon is or maybe the network structure is different in the spread of false is. So we looked for instance that whether people spreading false news had more followers or followed more people or were on Twitter longer or who were more often verified users, or you know, tweeted more often. And in each of those. Cases, the characteristics of the users and the characteristics of the network favored the diffusion of the truth. So In fact, people spreading false news had significantly fewer followers and followed less people and tweeted less often were less often verified and had been on Twitter for a shorter period of time. So false news was diffusing farther faster, broader deeper than the truth despite these characteristics, not because of them. So we had this seek alternative explanations, and we looked at one which we call the novelty hypothesis, which is essentially that may be people retweeting, false news at a higher rate because false news is more novel And their reasons to believe that why people would want to spread novelty More than redundant information. So novel information is more valuable than information. You already know people who spread novel information. And prior studies have been shown to gain social status because they're seen as being. In quote, unquote in the know or having inside information about ups, their status. So we measured the novelty of true and false news by comparing the incoming true or false tweets to the corpus of tweets that those people had been exposed to in the sixty days prior to being exposed to either the true or false tweet. And what we found across three independent measures was that false news was significantly more novel than the truth, which make some sense. Because when you're unconstrained by reality. You can make up anything you want And you can you can achieve novelty, You know, when it's made up much more easily. And then we built a model of the likelihood of retweeting, And we found that these more novel false tweets were seventy percent more likely to be retweeting a than the truth. And obviously we can't maker causal claim that novelty is causing the re tweets, but it certainly was strongly associated factor. Can we take this away from social media and say, this is something people do? Can you say this has to do with the fact that it's on a platform that allows people to communicate in this way? Yes. So you know, I think this is associated with nickel system. I think both people and technology have a role in this process. So obviously there was false news and rumors and innuendo way before social media since the dawn of time, rumors and false news. As has been spreading, But
"troon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Market this early he he would nod an and i got to be honest with you i don't see why why anybody would want wanna set forth and say we're going to have four interest rate hikes in the coming year remember the last earned this year the last time we did that i believe was in late 2015 early 2016 stanley fischer was was um signaling for interest rate hikes in the year ahead and the dollar rallied substantially so the fed wants to be cautious on this the good news is this is not late 2015 growth outside the united states looks a lot better than it did in late 2015 so we don't need to see the dollar rally significantly on the back of interest rate hikes but if the fed gets too tight they could flatten the yolk ervin and increase the dollar so i don't we're not going to hear four interest rate hikes this year we're gonna hear you know gradual rise in rates but it'll be data dependent at each meeting so now the question of the hangs the new leadership of the federal reserve is how willing he may be to allow for an inflation overshoot the conversation about at brown going into this do you think this federal reserve is willing to accommodate and inflation overshoot well i suspect that this this federal reserve is going to be willing to allow inflation above two percent furry a period of time that doesn't mean highend rising inflation like there's a there's a level where high and rising inflation is detrimental of businesses in the equity market but when you're coming out of the aid but deflationary scare in two thousand eight a deflationary scare in 2015 in 2016 the last thing you wanna do is and harm the first time you see any real hints of inflation raimondo this will oppenheimer funds good morning everyone john troon tom keene huge newsflow this morning just stunning what we had the deal with early in the morning order to do a lot on that particular this amazing british merger of sky tv in hurts were hugely advantage to have john farrow were this hooves a you watch a lot of sky john in a lotta sky yeah yeah fantastic platform okay well let's that this would be good i like this bloomberg.
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"And probing to nineteen in threeover all eleven at ona ten play the nfl kirk cousin says he found out about the agreed upon trade that's an alex smith from the chief to the redskins via assorted text while working how no minneapolis hotel the free agent to be called is situation a unique opportunity as he's about to embark on big money regardless of the team he joined nfl live with this take i was actually work it out in my hotel room here in minneapolis on tuesday night it just finished my work out and went over to my by phone in that a whole bunch of text messages and things like that and people tell me about it so that was how i found out and what was your reaction when you saw these text messages that a trade have any consummated while i was certainly surprised and i knew it was going to be a tough decision for me if it came down to deciding what to do in free agency and so the fact that the decision was essentially made for me it gave me a little bit of relief but it certainly was tough emotionally to know that i was having to leave a city that i've made so many memories what was the first contact that you have with a redskins official and what did they say to you about the move that they made that essentially displaced you as the starting quarterback coach troon call me the next day and just communicated that my desire to draw the process out through march was gonna make it tough on them and they couldn't afford to wait and so they had to make a move and my understood that you know they wanted to do a deal but because i wanted to go a little longer it put them in a tough spot so they made the trade him i understood that and he said you know wish you all the best in the we had a good run and you know look forward to seeing in the future and now looking ahead the new league here starts march fourteen so what happens for you now between now and.
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"So so evergreen onlooker said the drove the called two a big name no oh back out of the line superstation one awan wyd andrew and jessica wearing it out today store if you're just tuning in the washington post story about roy more and allegations of him long ago as a thirty something year old man dating in some cases underage women and women that were just of igf right and these being levelled uh throughout the media they're eating it up they love it they want to spread it around all over the place and make it the biggest scandal since billy bush tapes well you know what's going to happen now as let's say everything stays the same as far as on an office he's going to stick with men look saver way mortgage voted in in december you know the message is gonna be you know well those crazy albanians molester you know i mean it that's just what its we're going to have a chance we'll get used to it well it there there are people this still say trump is rapist even though every one of the what twelve accusers that all of a sudden popped up on the campaign trail all octopus arms octopus armed veil disappeared just all jump banners and nobody seems to be concerned about their disappearance you now and that's what happens is what happens every time they come round for a campaign and then they you know it's interesting because when somebody comes out against the left in a navy and as we worry for their safety and it's not really the same when it's the other way around but donald j trump the uh uh john right an and uh like this happen is much i said that they happened you made to tell me we never heard of it gene till he started running for president just like some of the a hate donald loved him right before he started running for president uh they loved and some celebrity apprentice you could only manage alshark jesse jackson well that's my biggest question about this all things why now because it's not like this is his first step into you know political office we've been down this road before why adjust suspense is you know in you you hate to let let's just say a snowball saints and you know where true or has it's raining of of troon as to it you know you hate to come out and speak out against.
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"It is which nfl player which nfl player could play the most positions in an nfl game i love the robber may i love this robert maize started off let's stick with cleveland there's one answer to this question for me it's myles garrett incorrect how is that troon correct okay lay out for me why myles garrett is incorrect and i am background i can probably get away with the snap it like 19 possessed in my guys rob gren cast i totally disagree with you rub goncalves he can play fewer defensive positions than myles garrett myles garrett complete any position on do this miles garrick by corner yes much better the robbed aren't i don't think mount idle thinker pascu play cornerback i don't i think he get away with snaps it strong safety brick house i disagree with you okay i don't think he's flexible enough okay i say i six six to sixty you can put him at every defensive lime session every offensive line position he can play wide receiver 'cause he's done it can play tight end i have no idea they can get away at quarterback and quarterback is the alpha and wrangler back is the term sworn in no way i mean there are certain guys who are you know who are image abroad peppers could play quarterback honey badger could play quarterback and you know running back to propap irs has done it again theron matthew as well i don't know if the island glenn casket certainly play some sort of weird h back back there i make a play you six foot six that i will be complicating but i think that you could basically he's athletic enough to where you could get away at an nfl level with him taking a snap at eighteen wrenching positions.
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"Still can wish along the ills of course but robert the bruce really really fun holes i i was i was blown away specially consider the renault expect loves low key one of the finest rounds yet superfund was just two of us out there just strolling through the sudden 100 weather yet so then within the next day with the pro and him in then be followed that up with a day at royal troon which was i think your kind of your first real true leagues experience rubbed that relies robert the bruce is not as rawl links cats of course to injures his and i would say the most linked see coarsely play definitely uh yeah i thought are seen as so much hype in anticipation for parole trout and in our with henrik winning the open their last year body sad worker a so we dead now a ton of content around around that way in and around the course and i really just been looking forward to to sing it and to you know looking back and remembering those holes that fill instance in had that epic battle last year and um you know i think the one take away uh that we both came from it and actually only took about to hold an to a reset hal in the hell did they shoot whatever nineteen seventeen and twenty under whatever in of being that that it blows my mind i mean that's us it's such a fun and challenging course but you you have to hit your yet it hit such great teeshots there to put yourself in position and and if you're not if you've got hitting good good shots off the tee you're in that fescue that is probably the his fescue who played um and it's such so tough it is incredibly tough and it makes you appreciate more how how good the best players in the world are off young i mean it's this brief flat terrain overall solution it's not like a stunning visual course or simply ii shots beautiful right along the sea there and there's there's there's a lot of greek designed elements to it's really wellplaced bunkers in some really fun holds with the wind were you know where it went parthrees informs aiming out well outside of the green bringing them in than using slope agreed to bring in around in uh.