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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
Prison chief: Mississippi preps for 1st execution since 2012
"Mississippi is prepping for its first execution since twenty twelve with once a week where her souls according to prison officials David Neil **** is scheduled to be put to death November seventeenth but the twenty ten murder of his wife in which he pled guilty the sentence had been appealed but **** withdrew it calling himself worthy of death corrections commissioner burl Cain would not confirm how **** will be put to death but does say the state obtained lethal injection drugs which have been hard to come by after drug makers started blocking their use for executions Kane says execution rehearsals are usually done once a month at the Mississippi state penitentiary at Parchman but they've been bumped up to once a week I'm Julie Walker
Saudi Arabia pledges 2060 target of net-zero emissions
"Saudi Aramco president and CEO I mean and I said has announced the state owned oil company aims to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by twenty fifty and it is zero from all our operation by two thousand and fifteen speaking from Saudi Arabia's green initiative forum NASA says the company understands that the road will be complex the plans the charging you will have its challenges but we are something that we can meet them and accelerate our efforts to a low emission future and this is coming from also the biggest producer of hydrocarbons in the world Saudi Arabia had earlier announced its intention to reach than that zero mark as a country but twenty sixty around canal ranks third behind Microsoft and apple as the world's most valuable company far exceeding the combined value of some of the world's biggest oil companies it produces the kingdoms of vast oil and gas products and received directives on supply production each month from the energy ministry office Saudi Arabia I'm sorry I shockingly
Update on the latest sports
"P. sports on the ferry the Astros are making a return trip to the fall classic correspondent Adam splaine has the details on the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors Astros shortstop Carlos Correa says he's excited to get back to this point when okay guys I love the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series over to the NBA Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win the defense side you know that's how I can't turn their attentions plant right wait stop terms like that the Suns beat the Lakers one fifteen one oh five the jazz knocked off the kings one ten one one the next role to a one twenty one ninety six route of the magic the raptors clobbered the Celtics one fifteen eighty three the bulls for one twenty eight one twelve winners over the pelicans the nuggets are to one oh two ninety six victory against the spurs the wizards outlasted the Pacers one thirty five one thirty four in overtime the rockets hammered the thunder one twenty four ninety one and the Hornets posted at one twenty three one twelve win over the Cavaliers in hockey Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team but it's definitely going to be one of those life to live long memories for sure it was very special elsewhere on NHL ice it was a shark's beating the Leafs five three the stars getting a three two overtime win against the kings in the Orleans defeating the golden knights five three Dave Ferrie AP sports
CP3 hits milestone, leads Suns past shaky Lakers, 115-105
"The Phoenix Suns runner up in last year's NBA finals notched their first win of this season beating the Lakers one fifteen to one oh five Chris Paul led the way with twenty three points it's always nice when a specialist in first game we know we got a good team but when you when you sort of confirm that specially planned away replaced Devin Booker added twenty two lebron James scored twenty five points to top LA the sun's built a thirty two point third quarter lead the Lakers made a late run cutting it to nine in the fourth before dropping their second in a row to begin the season mark Myers Los Angeles
Astros celebrate after advancing to World Series
"On the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors after scoring a combined twenty one runs during their wins in games two and three the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series Adam small lane Houston
Durant's triple-double rallies Nets past 76ers 114-109
"Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win he finished ten for ten from the line including to the clinch the win James harden dropped in twenty points to help Brooklyn come back from a one await ninety eight deficit Tobias Harris and Seth curry each scored twenty three points for the Sixers who again played without Ben Simmons Joel Embiid scored nineteen points on a sore right knee suffered against New Orleans in the opener I'm the ferry
Coyle leads Bruins to 4-1 win over Sabres
"Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one coil scored on a power play to give the Bruins a three goal lead about five minutes into the second period it was the first power play goal allowed by the Sabres this season Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team I'm definitely going to be one of those live live long memories for sure it was very special David Prosser docket Thomas no Scheck also scored for Boston Victor Olson scored with five and a half minutes left to end all mark shutout bid Craig Anderson made twenty two saves for buffalo I'm Dave Ferrie
Alec Baldwin fatally shoots crew member with prop gun
"Court records include new details on the shooting death of a cinematographer on the New Mexico set of Alec Baldwin's new movie a search warrant obtained by the Santa Fe county sheriff's office so they could document the scene says the gun was one of three that the film's armorer had said on a cart outside the wooden structure were seen was being filmed and that the assistant director who grabbed the gun from the cart handed the gun to Alec Baldwin without realizing the gun was loaded with live rounds cinematographer Elena Hutchins was fatally shot in the chest director Joel Souza who was standing behind her was wounded Baldwin says he's shocked and saddened by what he described as a tragic accident Adam Egypt Mortimer who worked with Hutchins on a twenty twenty action film arch enemy said she was a brilliant talent like she was smiled and she was like oh so you mean we're gonna shoot it European style I'm
Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises
"A federal jury in San Jose California weighing the fate of fallen Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes has heard audio evidence in her fraud trial federal prosecutors played a series of recordings of all of the calls boasting to investors about what she claimed was a breakthrough in blood testing technology buyer firm Theranos the government alleges that homes due to sophisticated investors and major retailers about a bogus device called Edison the machine was supposed to be able to use a few drops of blood to scan for hundreds of potential health problems the flurry of investments at one point totaled nine billion dollars with their nose while not being in only forty Walgreen's stores after it invested millions if convicted almost could face up to twenty years in prison I Norman hall
Giuliani associate convicted on campaign finance charges
"A New York jury has convicted a former associate of Rudy Giuliani for illegal campaign contributions Soviet born Florida businessman left harness was found guilty after five hours of jury deliberations in New York prosecutors accused him of using other people's money to pose as a powerful political broker and cozy up to some of the nation's top Republican political figures after the verdict Parness denied the charges part of the case alleges Parness and an associate made illegal donations to Republican political committees in twenty eighteen that includes a three hundred twenty five thousand dollar donation for Donald Trump Pardis and a co defendant were also part of lawyer Rudy Giuliani's efforts to get you cranium officials to investigate Joe Biden's son during the twenty twenty campaign Giuliani
Where are the workers? Cutoff of jobless aid spurs no influx
"The end of the federal government supplemental unemployment benefits has not produced the influx of workers some had predicted business leaders and Republican governors insisted the supplemental payments provided a disincentive to working the three hundred dollar a week federal check on top of regular state jobless aid meant many received more in benefits than they earned at their old jobs cutting it off the argument went would bring people off the sidelines to take the millions of jobs employers have been desperate to fill but any P. analysis finds work forces in states that maintain the payment actually grew slightly more than the twenty five states that cut it off early the federal aid ended nationally September six yet America's overall work force actually shrank back month I'm Ben Thomas
US budget deficit hits $2.77 trillion in 2021, 2nd highest
"The deficit total two point seven seven trillion dollars for twenty twenty one that actually represents an improvement over the twenty twenty fiscal year when it hit the all time high of three point one three trillion both years numbers reflect trillions of dollars in government spending to counteract the devastating impact of the corona virus pandemic the Biden administration says the economic recovery boosted revenues in twenty twenty one the counting for the three hundred and sixty billion dollar decline in the deficit prior to the pandemic the government's biggest deficit had been one point four trillion in two thousand nine when the government spent heavily to lift the country out of recession brought on by the two thousand eight financial crisis the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office expects the deficit will fall to one point one five trillion in the current budget year which began October first Ben Thomas Washington
66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M
"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm
Keenum, 3rd-string back Johnson lead Browns past Broncos
"Third string running back D'Ernest Johnson rushed for one hundred forty six yards in guiding the Browns offense in the seventeen fourteen victory over the Broncos Johnson scored on a four yard run in the first half and picked up fifty two yards on seven carries as the Browns chewed up the final five seventeen it's always dream come true just to be here and just to be able to pay no estar N. just come out and help the team win case Keenum threw for a TD and was twenty one of thirty three for one hundred ninety nine yards in his first start in two years Denver quarterback teddy Bridgewater threw for a pair of TV's and gutted it out while playing with foot and quadriceps injuries the Broncos finished the game without linebacker von Miller because of a sprained ankle I'm Dave Ferrie
Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener
"Tyler hero scored twenty seven points in just twenty four minutes off the bench as the heat blow out the box one thirty seven ninety five just the group of guys that that are around me I'm able to to be myself and a woman you want me to be myself you know this the life into me every single day but I mean yeah it is I mean is so I am Miami took control for good by out scoring the defending NBA champs forty seventeen in the first quarter they led by twenty nine at halftime and thirty six heading into the fourth quarter bam Adebayo provided twenty points and thirteen rebounds while Jimmy Butler chipped in twenty one points Yanis intend to Kubo had fifteen points and ten rebounds for the box who open the NBA season with the one twenty seven one oh four rather the nets on the ferry
Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks
"Cam reddish scored twenty points and Trae young added nineteen and the hawks one thirteen eighty seven route of Luca di church in the Mavericks Atlanta added to a seven point halftime lead by outscoring Dallas thirty five twenty in the third quarter young scored twelve points and dished out nine assists in the decisive period reddish led a stellar effort from the D. parks badge which contributed forty four points to go to get a win like that on first game I was used to be a better on that side of the floor all up to you to keep progress on working on that but overall gonna catch was held to eighteen points on six of seventeen shooting to go along with eleven rebounds and seven assists the Mavericks shot a dismal thirty three percent in losing their first game under new coach Jason Kidd I'm the ferry
Report: Far-right anti-government group grows significantly
"A human rights organization is expressing concerns over the rapid growth in membership of a far right anti government group the group is called people's rights it was founded by anti government activist Ammon Bundy who was arrested twice last year for disruptive protests against covert restrictions at the Idaho capital he's previously known for an armed standoff in twenty sixteen at an Oregon wildlife refuge and a dispute in Nevada with his father over grazing rights on government land the institute for research and education on human rights says Bundy's group has members in thirty eight states and is spreading to Canada there are some thirty three thousand members of fifty three percent increase in a year the institute's expressing concerns that people's rights calling for taking up arms to defend against government officials and its alliances with groups like the proud boys could effectively work to overturn civil rights and shape public policy I'm Jackie Quinn
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"twenties" Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan
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"twenties" Discussed on Ageless
"I'm often like i don't even want to try to be in a relationship right now because it will make me put my career path on the back burner but all of those things happen in different order for people and you know i want to have fun in my twenty. I wanna meet new people. But i'm also such like a loyal person and a home body and i definitely don't feel like a twenty two year old. I feel like thirty five year old even older sometimes so i do think that my lifestyle is suited for a relationship But yeah i guess all of that is kind of like just goes back to the fact that like everyone's on their own path and you will figure it out just as i will but it's really scary right now And i definitely relate to that. And i wanted to just kind of come on here and talk about the fact that i deal with this anxiety. and again i help remedy it with investing myself regular reflection periods and working on not comparing myself to others. But it's it's still going to be there. And i do think like there's the midlife crisis than to like when you think about it. Big picture no one has it all figured out And this time is so precious you know as you get older life. I think goes faster. And so i want to hold onto every moment. I have and take things day by day. A little You know obviously. I want to manifest beggar accomplishments especially in my career but sometimes it's okay for me at this point to complete little to do lists let all goals little accomplishments and hopefully those things you know all lead to a bigger more fulfilling life so i guess i'll leave it right there. Let me know if you guys feel me at all and feel free to at me about this is such a tough time post grad and just early twenties in general so. I hope this was helpful. And i love you guys so much i will see you next time on each lewis all right so i'm so happy that you guys got to listen to our stories today as always you can follow us on social media and keep up with our work in our crazy adventures. Then you can. Follow us on instagram at cynthia rowley and at kitt keenan. Thanks for listening..
"twenties" Discussed on Ageless
"Feeling of being lost in your twenties is that everyone on social media appears as if they know what they want and appears as if they have the perfect life but really everyone is on their own path and you know it may appear as though somebody just moved to a new city in got their dream job etcetera. But that might happen for you later in life and maybe your figuring out your relationships i or maybe your figuring out your mental health i and career might come later I actually had a reading. Wear a psychic earlier today. This was actually my birthday gift from my grandma which is very funny. She's a very eclectic woman. She is a therapist. Actually but a hippie as well and the psychic was telling me That this year is going to be great for me. Relationship wise which is definitely another area of anxiety that i wanna talk about but in terms of the In terms of the career side. She talked about like really. What's going to be important for me as experimentation in my career and so that means like trying a bunch of things out and finding a position that has humanitarian aspects creative aspects. And something that allows me to be in a position of leadership. Because i'm a taurus. But also leo leo moon and leo rising. I believe..
"twenties" Discussed on Ageless
"I'm sure a lot of you guys feel the same way. I know. a lot of our listeners. Around are around my age. And i wanted to talk about some of the ways that i cope with things. -iety around you know. Just the uncertainty of life in your twenties and the post grad period So number one. I would say that investing in myself has really helped. Definitely starting therapy helped me so much. Because i go through phases when i just feel almost paralyzed by the anxiety around figuring out my career especially and i had a period right when i came back from filming dot was super super hard for me Just because i felt like i had had such a fun experience. And i was now entering back into the world and i felt like okay. I need to you know. Have it all out in kind of move onto the next best thing and figure out my career etc and i definitely felt a bit paralyzed by that but taking care of myself mentally has been a great help and i also think working out helps so much because they say that you know how working out consistently helps you have a more positive outlook on life and i. One hundred percent agree with that I think it's helped me so much just having that routine And having having a routine is just like so important to me because it is the reason why i'm getting up in the morning and having that certainty there you know having my morning coffee and going for my morning walk doing a thirty minute. Workout drinking water. All of those things like having that consistency really helps when i feel very uncertain in life. More generally So that's definitely helped a ton. And then also i follow wellness with self on instagram. Who if you don't follow her. You definitely shed. And she often posts these reflection prompts. That are really really helpful to me. I think reflection during your twenty s is something that has been really helpful for me Just being able to like reflect on the past month or two and that helps me create goals for the future I think partially taking it day by day. Because i get really anxious thinking like what am i going to be doing in five years ten years etc and that can kind of create more anxiety but taking time to reflect on the past year the past few months past few weeks and creating more short term girl goals just for you know the week or the month is really really helpful for me and then usually like at the end of the year. I'll do one bigger manifestation. You know and really think about like what i want for the next year but regular reflections are super helpful as well and then the third point that i wanted to bring up is about not comparing yourself to others and this is so much easier said than done but i think part of the reason why a lot of us have this anxiety and just the.
"twenties" Discussed on Ageless
"To run a business how to manage my finances how to do taxes all of that sort of thing and i never would have learned it. If i hadn't made those mistakes you could call them or you know failures. You could call them but to me. They are learning experiences. And that's you know how. I hope to look at the rest of the experiments. I'm in my twenties. I think growing up with parents that are both so accomplished and passionate about their careers has unfortunately highlighted my career anxiety. A little bit. My mom has pretty much. Her whole life been interested in fashion. She went to school at the art institute of chicago for fine art but right after school she really jumped right into fashion and has been doing it since and really found her passion early. I think my dad on the other hand definitely had a more circuitous path to success. I think He had a bit of a rockier childhood. And you know had substance abuse issues. And then he was working at magazines and new york and Only found art like later in life and has become completely obsessed with it is now a very successful art dealer and has his own gallery but i think he is an example of someone that found their passion later in life and really took the time to kind of experiment and figure it out in his twenty s but i do think having parents that are so passionate about their work has made me value career over pretty much everything. And you know since. I've been very little like middle school. I remember making plans about what my life would look like in the Trajectory of my life And i just think that like that mentality has led to a lot of anxiety around career especially and rate now. I'm i feel like there are so many options in front of me which is such a privilege but at the same time i just. I don't know what's next for me. And i can make all the excuses in the world like i think it probably is harder for me being so public in my life on social media because it's harder for me to try things and fail because i know people are watching my every move but at the same time it's just. I know that everyone feels this way And i know that you know this feeling of stuck nece coupled with an extreme level of perfectionism is what leads to stagnant and leads me to not want to experiment and eventually find my purpose. But i know that that is quite normal for people in their early and mid twenties Because in this article. That i mentioned before. It's in the guardian and link below but It says that in a study. Seventy two percent of young people in britain have experienced a quarter life crisis and thirty two point. Four percent said that they're currently having one so..
"twenties" Discussed on Ageless
"Just because you know going back to the friends episode. Like i really felt the love and just felt so lucky to have my girlfriends in my life. So that was that was incredible. I will say But you know. I really wanted this episode to be about surviving your twenties because at this point i'm a year and a little bit in and it feels really scary. So let's just say that right off the bat so just as a little life update as well. I took a semester off of college. I go to nyu and i'm in gallatin studying fashion business. But i took a semester off to do the bachelor and so i have a few credits that i still need to make up and i will be doing those over the summer so i have two classes this summer. I'm taking a contemporary art class. Which is really cool. Because i don't listen to my dad enough. And i'm also taking a fashion class so that will be really fun but i just think like the post grad period can be so tough. I have tons of friends that you know we talk about this all the time how hard this period can be because you really want to graduate college and then hit the ground running in like really start getting your dreams together and striving towards your dream career and you know i don't have it all figured out. I don't think anyone does. But i was reading an article and In it they talked about clinical psychologist at folk and he defines the quarter life crisis period. Which happens in your twenties. Usually a little bit later. But i definitely feel it coming on now and he defines this as a period of insecurity doubt and disappointment surrounding your career relationships and financial situation so i completely feel that and i hope that you guys can kind of relate to that a little bit You know i. I don't have it figured out. And i think we're living in a time when it appears as though everyone has it together because of social media because everyone's posting their accolades compliments and they're perfect relationships in the perfect jobs and it might look like that from my social media but i definitely don't feel that way i've definitely had points in my life that other people might consider regrets or failures like the fact that i went to usc for a year and a half and then transferred. I think that that was an example of a time. When i thought you know i wanna go to. Usc i want to go to film school i wanna be director etc and i realized i didn't want to do that And i wanted to pursue fashion. And i wanted to learn more about an industry that i was raised around but didn't have any formal background in and that you know was an amazing switch up for me. I'm in a much better place with school now. And another example is you know. I started my company in college. I started doing artists collaborations. And i you know now. That project has taken a bit of a back burner. I don't know if i will pick it up again and do more or this collaborations but it's definitely slower and i'm not as invested in it as i once was so you know looking back though. I think that it's an amazing thing. Like i've been able to work with huge. Contemporary artists like richard prince and mark grow john von span. And that was a learning experience for me you know..
"twenties" Discussed on Ageless
"Now hi everyone and welcome to or back to ageless so it's just me today. It's just kit. And i wanted to do a little bit of a life catch up with you guys so if you follow me on instagram. About a week ago or two weeks ago. Now i posted about my birthday and i was really really sad at the time. Just because i'm turning twenty two. And i felt like i needed to somehow make up for my twenty first birthday being in quarantine and my twenty first birthday just to say it right up front was really fun I just had a few of my girlfriends over to my house and we had dinner here very cute and fitting obviously for the times But yeah i was. Just feeling kind of down about my twenty-second because i didn't have plans. It was a week before. And i didn't what i wanted to do And i genuinely think that it should be a requirement for being friends with someone that you plan their birthday. Because i think planning your own birthday really stinks so i was just going to do little brunch with my friends that were in the city at the time but one of my best friends slowly actually texted me a few days before my birthday and said just be ready on friday at six thirty. I have it all handled in honestly. I wanted to cry just hearing that because it took a lot of the pressure off me to choose the people that i wanted to be there and Plan something fun that everyone else when a joy and i think a lot of times like your birthday can kind of become about people at the end of the day if you're planning it because you just want everyone to have a good time even if they're not all friends yes so anyway. Lily texted me and said be ready. So on friday around six thirty. I hear loud music coming from outside and i knew i had to be ready at that time and so in my head. I'm imagining louis. Standing in the street with a little speaker in her hand playing music in just being like get ready you know like i planned a dinner with the girls or whatever i go outside and the music is coming from a full party. Bus decorated with balloons. you know. All of my friends were there. We went to a few spots around the city. They had like a whole night. Plan for me We went to mr purple for drinks and then we ended up going to american bar than our friend's house after and it was just. It was perfect. I definitely cried many times throughout the night..
"twenties" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life
"twenties" Discussed on VUX World
"Doing. which is glossing over? What about under hype stories for you? Can I think the there's just too the the of and both related to Google. One was the on device on my speech recognition. That's on the Pixel for the demo on that might be I. Oh I think it was Iowa earlier in the year when the did the demo it looked fantastic stick because it it essentially when you ask Google assistant something it decreases the response. Time to like you know milliseconds because all of the is ruining on the on the device an only that but it's obviously you know continuing that kind of theme about privacy. It's also a hell of a lot more secure to how they're using winning on the device and only in the intense to the cloud providence sending you whole audio to the cloud so I think now is a real step forward and stuff like that and I said well snips will go down as well. Oh you know this is probably why Saunas might have a decent acquisition there if they can position themselves as Yes music speakers smart speakers with assistant on however everything runs on the device. I think that's one of the ways that maybe we can start giving people more confidence and so I think that was a that was a really good. It's really good move from Google. It was covered. But it didn't seem to be. I don't think given the full appreciation that perhaps should and the second one was Google auction outage. You know the kind of when Google just removed the Lord of actions from the From the kind of Action Star. If that's what it's called And and it was all due to like a potential fishing vulnerability and so to be sure to be safe. They took a load of actions down thousands of action. Some all over the world really without saying anything about how it kind of gain such all developed and said we're taking your action down because the security risk they just kind of pulled the plug And it was only covert really on. I mean Someone got in touch with the Lincoln told me about it and then the next day.
"twenties" Discussed on VUX World
"Going to all Cernan go okay. Well you're actually finding out too much about me you know. Maybe it's not emotion to maybe it's a medical predictions right without without without consent at some point. Be Wearing a okay. I realize how much you could actually know about me or this is just too scary very because we think about this and we think about help people go. Oh yesterday I was talking about argyle socks today I got an out of for argyle socks on facebook. Nope they must be listening to me. And it's like no is just that machine learning is getting so good and your so basic that of course for the kind of person who likes socks. The people don't make that connection. They're not I say smart enough but they're not trained enough in this domains ago. Okay what if you like suspenders and And tweet coats your the kind of person who is going to like argyle socks and speak about argyle socks and at some point those are going to be was GONNA go They're listening to me. I think this is the kind of thing where this is something. That's literally listening to you at all the time. There's not recording you at all times. People don't necessarily realize is out but you're definitely seeing and I think these people were outliers but you see some people who insist when I go over to someone's home for Christmas or Thanksgiving to unplug their echo devices which which is an annoying move on its own. We talk about that all we want. But I don't think if we don't take into account what's going on and how people feel about it then it will be to everyone's detriment Yeah definitely agree with that. I mean people who ah.
"twenties" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast
"Start treating it like if it was just another form of communication right in in just to normalize it as quickly as he did. You know like this is it. This is the Internet's here. I'm sure that when they came up with home computers they intended for there to be some kind of a communication protocol but not so robust is like companies like AOL envisioned conventionally made it right right. 'cause they had you like direct chatting with other AOL account holders. I mean like you could have a conversation around the world. Essentially they they were telling you look your computers a phone yes and for some people you know for with fifty six K twenty eight eight. You had to pay some crazy rates to connect to the the Internet but it was pretty efficient. I mean you could send data an email. Think about what could be done. I mean e mail was Earth Shattering. I mean faxes were almost immediately. Dinosaurs unisource that's kind of a whole thing too right because now we've okay so we adopt the Internet. Are we simultaneously adopting email to or is that a its own hurdle as well because as we like our fax machine. I think that a lot of the adoption issues that we had in. Why a lot of the adoptions that we went through weren't so stark were because we didn't let go of a lot of old stuff while? Yeah because we clung weeklong that fax machine like I bought into computers Quick but it wasn't because I let go of a bunch inch of other things right. It wasn't a direct replacement so much as I was finding new ways to integrate. That new thing into my life. It was supplementary. I I was very much much the same way I was fortunate enough to have my dad who was an early adopter so at the next thing was mobile phones or smartphones or what. Well the cellular phone I would we Kinda Kinda had its rise with the computer right and it was sort of like the stepchild of just a regular land line to exactly so I mean the the mobile phone I felt like was was a given felt like that one didn't require a lot of selling. It just requires a lot of people to buy in on the price point so since the Internet has zor been another big jump like that. Well or what's the next big jump you you kind of tied into it a little bit with mobile phones. Okay so I think getting business to to rely on mobile technology as a primary method of of of Communication has has been something that has required society to be sold sold onto I think I'm with you on that a little bit. I think that businesses themselves are GonNa be a cloud based thing right remote. Yeah they're just sort of this thing that exists. It's not necessarily a brick and mortar anything not really entity beyond a business license in a bank account. Right exactly wireless. Technology in and of itself I think is Has Required some selling on society. Because we've become comfortable knowing that things are traveling through courts and to get a business to be comfortable with knowing knowing that your entire bottom line is going to be relying on anything on this on everything. That's invisible around you. I think for a lot of people deep down is hard to accept. Well we'll see what the next big thing thing is. I definitely know the whatever it is going to seem super abstract moving forward. They say it's five G.. Yeah that's the big talk these days that'll take us completely disconnected. Then I think well I think there's a lot of truth in that because the you know one of the things that five G. ought to be capable of based on what people are saying is that it will also be able to charge things wirelessly. Do you know what that means like. Beyond the fact that you're going to have a cellular signal you're going to be able to send video signals. You'll be able to send energy. Why power over the air right? The power of the year our cell phones I can. I mean I don't know what that means for our brains but there you. Are you know lots of interference. Hey Electric Cars Ariz.. It's GonNa be a good future for all right. We'll speaking of our future. I think there's pointer future. I'll man I hope so. This time I wrote the story. So you owe me a score and if you want we can get into it right after this already man all right. We'll be right back..
"twenties" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast
"Okay. Everybody we're back for the second half of an article about technology. Yeah we always find ourselves here at technology man. I don't really have a problem with. I think it sort of something. We're surrounded by all the time while you're using technology. Listen to US right now on the five for five podcast. It's exactly but interesting thing about take that we're using podcasting and all that kind of stuff that had a high degree of adoption as soon as it came on people realize it was powerful and and everybody jumped on viral like adoption right and that sort of the angle of this technology story is adoption hundred percent true so nineteen eighteen twenty something. Yes radio in a small town and there's a few guys that make the paper because they're early adopters that's essentially why they're in the paper over. Yeah these guys are like at the forefront the avant-garde of this radio technology big time buying though clearly. These guys are interesting so what other examples can think of moving forward in history where we've really had to sort of depend on like some maverick guys like these guys to leap us into adopting something as I mean stream. Do you want to go straight in the television. I mean since that's not too far out. Yeah I mean that's the big one the next big one probably right right because it's now now were sold on radio. You know what I mean were so were sold on radio and were sold to going to the theater for visuals right so now. You'RE GONNA sell me on this chain. You're going to sell me on change. Basically basically I'm going to be at home right. How am I going to feel about that? Am I going to openly embrace set. Do I WANNA go to the theater for my experience. I you know that's crazy to think about and also how does it fit into the home. I think that was a big challenge for them to right right. Was the family ready for that. What exactly what is -actly? TV's role in the house. Exactly that was a whole new paradigm. That was introduced. You know we weren't ready. I don't think there's usually something to do with if that part of that. Challenge right like not just whether or not will adopt something but where it fits in right well I think with something as important as TV. I think that that question is very valid because people didn't realize it back then but TV has so much influential power and something like that should. It should be address what its role in the house. All should be well even its role in society to correct because everybody's watching the TV but they're watching it all at the same time. Examine the schedule and it was. It was the thing to talk about not at work yes. uh-huh became water cooler. Chat right exactly see. That's a huge layer of adoption. I think a big Hump that we had to get over Once to become water cooler chat. I think that was proof positive of the societal adoption. Yeah Fool penetration like on Moss adoption. Yeah I it's definitely interesting right so ah all that just with television okay. So what about what what what after TV. I would see the home computer. Oh Wow okay. We're going to go that far and I'm okay with that. Yeah I know. That's a leap ray. That no but that's a greatly because we're talking about penetration. Yes of technology like you said on Moss like it's. It's it's societal right. Like the next time we saw that was with the home computer in different versions in varying versions. Because you can go all the way back to like you know pong or something like that and say that that was included yeah. I'm going to agree with that. Yeah computation computation. A lot of people need to be sold on it and a lot of it because of its cost right but it had a practical use. It had a lot of practical use not necessarily unnecessary use for a lot of businesses. No right it wasn't necessary. Are you could get by with Pencil and pen. Yeah Alleger Ledger Pen and pad and at home. You could play yahtzee not pong exactly but it was a new new version of that to adopt right exactly and computation provided the platform for the ability to expedite computation. To create the programs. That it did did was able to just change our our entire world so let me change your Role again now. You're a person in the late seventies early eighties selling a home computer back. Then the concept was used by the home computer and plug into your television. Yes yes so sailing computers. How are you getting people to adopt opt so computers back then were very difficult? Sell Okay because that's why I'm asking. I really think that it's best. Selling Point. Point wasn't until it was shrunk. Oh even had its own monitor and everything. Yeah I like honestly like. I don't want to sell that computer if I'm if I'm if I'm honest yeah The reason why is because my my target is going to be a business owner. I need a guy who needs what was going to be the prehistoric spreadsheet. You know okay I need a Guy I who a guy who also needs a printer. Yeah a Matrix Printer uh-huh and That's why I'm going after because those are those are the guys that's GonNa make my eighties money right so that I can have the Don Johnson suit business again right. That's where my mind goes man because the availability of things that I think that you could entice heist in everyday person with were very limited. Computer Games were heart. Were were not even really a thing. Okay for very long. Payment isn't even necessarily early. A thing basically math was its best selling point in. It's very very infantile stages and going from there you gotta find. Who can you sell math a two while somebody who crunches numbers? I feel like Hollywood win a long way to help glamorize it and make it popular. Yeah shoutouts Hollywood. They were so intrigued by that box. I think that Hollywood's like curiosity and fascination with computers came from those guys that they work with that used is to work with the military and like would tell them about you know how they do things that things would be authentic. And I think that that's what sparked the imagination of Hollywood in their fascination because they would be told what about what the US government was doing with computers. Will Matthew Broderick did a movie like that right. Exactly and then he made a fun version of computer stuff when he did his Hacking on fair. Speier then next thing you know everybody was rerouting there in corruptions people were buying modems. They were trying to. Ah The mainframe the that one is my. That's my favorite line. We're GONNA reroute the encryption enact a mainframe how about those interfaces they used to render and movies for we're like what hack looks like. Oh my Gosh I love eighties interfaces. I really wanted computers to really be like Tron me too. I wanted to live inside that computerworld. That really for me made me want a computer see when the Internet came. That's when I knew like I I was like okay. It's only a matter of time until tron becomes real bill. So let me ask. You was the Internet another level of adoption. Yes wasn't included with the home computer adoption. No it was. It's its own in separate adoptions its own animal yeah okay walk me through that then okay so imagine if you will right. Society has now for the most part generally speaking bottom the computer peter it has value in the office. Space even has some value in the home by the mid to late. Eighty S. Kids had computers in their bedrooms. Some some the lucky ones. Now the the Internet incorporate something that we have already accepted the computer. But now you're asking somebody to engage with a new technology. Gee that requires first of all you work with your phone. Company began to have the lines set up. You have to pay a subscription cost all for you to connect to something that you don't really even note is yeah okay but that was the Internet back then and what a lot of people who were the days yeah and you had to actually click yet to sign onto the luxury log onto onto the Internet remember. Oh Yeah and then once you got on there you had to know where you were going exactly. It was very destination driven search engines. Were not a thing I and I think. Think that's why. AOL got so popular was because their interface took you to a bunch of different places right you would open their browser and it was sort of pre populated with all of these click. Here go click here to go type things right. Yeah the I feel like they kind of in my dishes. An opinion I think that they were at the forefront of the landing page and they were smart art to sort of.
"twenties" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast
"All right mike as I said at the top of the show. It's my turn today it yes. It is fine teeth though as a reminder to our audience were in the time span of nineteen twenty nine hundred twenty five. This one's from nineteen twenty awesome. It comes out of Bedford in Maine okay. Yeah it's a little coastal town. It's a couple hours north of Boston. Very cool okay. I'm intrigued so the title says radio getting into be craze in the two cities. I don't know what the two cities are. But it's the guest to cities covered by this newspaper. Or maybe it's Portland and Bedford. Maybe he's right. Report Portland's yeah. The radio CRAY's seems to be gaining in intensity locally instead of petering out and new stations are being installed daily in in the two cities. Those who have already installed receiving stations are enjoying the concert broadcasts daily from the large stations throughout the country and many are making faultless faultless connections which permit them to receive the concerts without interruptions and noticeably free from the static which is bothering the receiving sets and other sections of the state among those who have well-equipped stations which are working smoothly. Every day are Stanley Hill of Saco the universalist church and Harry L.. Meryl era who deals in the machines and has demonstrating radio sentence stalled in his main street store over which concerts are being received. Daily from the larger stations. There are also so several machines and operation at Bedford pool in it other beaches one of the machines which offers students of radio. A chance to study is the station of Harry. L. Merrill wherein antenna has been strung along the roof of the building and is receiving the concert waves without interruption. Although the antenna is surrounded by high tension wires tires of York County Power Company a trolley wire of bid for it and Sequel Electric Road and the wires of the Postal Telegraph company all carrying high-voltage. In in which local electrician's predicted would make it impossible to receive anything over the apparatus and that's the whole thing. That's a lots unpack. It is but it's pretty simple. The premise pretty much. You're seeing radio is hot. Yeah it's catching fire. Yeah this was a time where radio just really started taking off yet absolutely have it was is enough of an amateur craze at the decided federally to Start Licensing Radio Stations. Yeah I think it was. Nineteen twenty three. I think you're right. Nice so what's going on here though. Oh is that hobbyist route that we were talking about when we mentioned that radio station. Yeah you know what I found really Fascinating about the article. Though was that they they were mentioning specific individuals in Bedford I really liked the one who deals in the machines. Yeah the machines that do this newfangled radio groping right. I absolutely loved the description of that I was like. Wow that really goes in to me. That's the point where it paints. The picture of like this is new. York are because he's using it as a demo. Right exactly I'm sure a lot of people who at this point because it's a new technology really. Just don't get it no they don't. It's completely foreign to a whole lot of people at Imagine. Well at this point. If you WANNA hear a concert which is what. They're saying they're broadcasting right. Where do you have to go? You GotTa go to the Concert Hall Right. The concert. Concert Hall Maybe a local venue. Some kind writer in now you can. Just click on the radio which. I'm sure was kind of a contraption at this point right right yeah absolutely. I'm sure they still saw it as gadget. It was probably some kind of clunky box. Yes glass tubes wiring and lots of heat item definitely definitely a lot of What amperage going through Yeah Yeah with Power Corey. That looks like it's more of a rope than a power cord. Yes the old-timey power cord. Yeah with Eh the breeded chief and everything. Yeah which I actually Kinda liked by the way what gets me though is kind of the same thing that you're talking about that they're these people kind of pitching it hard. Yes they are definitely like. It's like they knew the future early adopters right. So where do you think that their reputation around town. They probably already like gadget people. Probably I think there's a bunch of dorks the Oh you're this guy who lives in your mother's basement tinkering with a radio that box whiny balks at one eighty bucks get your head of that. Winding mining bogs and go to the speakeasy enjoying the boys right. What do you think you're going to pick up on that thing right exactly but people broadcasting exactly? They'll and they think it's a big the deal that people were picking up concerts. So how hard of a job. He thinks these guys had convincing other people to buy in. I think they had a really rough time because I had imagined that radios weren't cheap. I'm asking because I know that you spend a considerable amount of your time in your job. Convincing people to buy into certain technologies allergies that you think that they should be interacting with right. Oh that is absolutely true. I have to do it only when necessary. But yes so in this case. These guys are sort of pedaling or pushing something. That isn't really needed right. They have to Paint a really vivid picture to sell the idea to people I think. So how do you get get in. Somebody's head then about. Let's say that you're the guy in the twenties selling radio so the first thing that comes to mind just knee jerk reaction is. This could be huge huge for someone who needs to advertise their business or you go right to the business thing. That's immediately where my where my head is. I need to go and reach out to businesses and I I needed then tell other businesses that you know that you know Harvey's tool and you know tool supply their their advertising with me. You know what I mean and look how many customers they're getting in the next thing you know you're putting all these businesses and they'll now you've got a whole business yourself. I could see that especially with the guy who's selling the devices exactly. I mean I think his target will be like a Soda Oh to shop shore or a restaurant or something like that diner I think back then anything pretty much anybody that can use like a phonograph in their presence right. I even imagine a gun store. Yeah dress shop. Yeah something like that. Yeah where people are sort of like hanging out. Yeah and ink store. Oh sure yeah A stationery store a store. That's what I was thinking about. Yeah like the old stationery stores. Yeah like if you can go in and browse you could benefit from having music in the background because it sort of puts people in a pleasant mood right exactly and this is the twenty. So it's you know it's chill music great. Exactly it's theoretically concert music. You know like big band. Dander something along those lines jazz. Maybe even opera something you can foxtrot two sure uh-huh absolutely something really Happy I could see that you think that they you would buy in right away though like gatorade. EEO Tune in every day. And all of that kind of thing or you think for them. It'd be a still something where you have to be in a business where where they could justify the cost. I think it was hit or miss. You know just like like many revolutionary technologies. You're going to have groups of people that do lashawn going to have groups of people that tend to shun for a while and you got those people that latch on aggressively. Look at the guy in the story that had all the obstacles right the guy I had all the obstacles in the world being thrown at them and then electric company telling them. It's not gonNA work. Yeah exactly no faith. Yeah even the Telegraph Company. And they're like look. We're sending loads of current through. These wires is going to cause crazy interference. Obviously they get it right there technicians. There are a bunch of engineers. And they're like there's no way but this guy made it work right you you think that he sort of made it work like to prove that the technology was stable. Yeah I think I deep down I feel. It has to be that way because he wants it to be. The article actually actually mentions that. Yeah right at the beginning. I don't know if you notice it said that. Not only. Are they getting concerts. But they're getting him clearly all right so that there there there's a bit of a sales salesmanship in that. Somebody made a point right right exactly that. It's coming in audibly and that its concerts to 'cause it's something pleasant something you should want to hear committee. The author of the article was pro radio. Then I would imagine so based on the wording. Yeah he's not just sort of putting the news out there he psych letting I mean people know. Hey this is happening people are cheating. I think it's great. I think that it's good to see that there is enthusiasm From the newspaper side of it because to a degree you could. You could see that. That's actually a potential competitor. I think he goes a long way toward normalizing it right right. I totally agree with that. That's got to be a big part of getting people to adopt the technology rate. Is the most legitimate form of media giving a nod to a new form of media right. Yeah something powerful endorsing. Something new knew that they feel could be just as powerful as what they are exactly and really though think about it it really truly did. Yeah eventually sort of blows it out of the watering absolutely really. I mean in in to a degree the the ideas that it's bonds gift. I knew things like television. And then we started figuring out how to add permanence like the newspaper exactly expanded on it because it became so commonplace right well all right. We'll speaking on expanding. I'm sure we can expand more on this. Probably getting from modern context antics. If you're down I'm ready. Let's get into it right after this.
"twenties" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"On the twenties. Hello, jennifer. This is Jennifer this is Casey Rybeck. I'm your son Michael substitute teacher been there for like a week or so I'm trying my wife substitute teacher. I've been subbing in your son's class for about a week. Oh, okay. I was just calling because I wanna talk to you for a second about, Michael. If you've got a few. Sure what's going on? Frankly. I just wanted to tell you to be careful because I think you're raising a hater. A hit a hater. Did you? Yeah. Hater short. Basically your son's been hating on me. And I you know, I can't have that my classroom. My son had been hating on you every day. Give me an example. Sure, you know, a lot of kids. They think I'm pretty cool, cool, shoes and everything else. The other day one of those Jenny complement shoes. Jordan's right, Michael your kid. Didn't have anything to say just kinda shot me a look, and it was like, dude. Stop hating on my shoes, you know. I'm so confused. My are you say that? My son did not complement your shoes. Yeah. As a matter of fact, he gave me a look like whatever, you know, kind of like a hater would and you can see how I don't want that attitude in my classroom. Could you tell me how old you are? I'm thirty five. Thirty five and my son is seven years old and your complaining to me about him hating on your shoes. Yeah. That's exactly what I'm saying. Like, how are you going to hate on me when you're only seven, you know, what I mean like, I'm someone have nice stuff. The most absurd I had ever gotten in my entire life. Oh, yeah. No. I completely feel your pain man might be upset too. If my little hater. That's why I want to alert you. Upset at Michael I'm upset at you. I'm upset at this phone call. I'm taking my time talking about the book that my son gave you even look. Okay. I'll give you another example. Okay. I pull up the school the other day. I I have a nice car, you know, again lobby will get jealous of that. But I pulled a school a couple of the other kids are out there. Like, oh, Mr. art. That's a great car. You know, pretty sweet. And I'm like, thanks. And then I see your kid looking at me like, yeah. Whatever, you know, Mercedes-Benz. He's obviously hating on me. Handle seven year old boy, and how are you reading a child look anyway. So so let me get this straight. You. Are you hating me too? I am hating on this phone call. Look, I just don't stand for it in my classroom. Okay. When I got into sub the first day, I wrote on the board. I said haters got a kick rocks. And he stayed in the class. I don't know what you mean. What are you talking? What did you say haters got kick rocks? I don't know what that means. I don't I don't seek inflation. Can you please? We're going to go. What if I had your friend Brittany tell you what it means? How do you know Britney? Oh that simple because she emailed me to call. You. Emailed the school have Michael I don't understand what's happening though. She emailed a radio station to call you. Because this is actually Jubal from Brooke and Jubal in the morning on MOViN ninety two point five doing a phone tap on you. It's a joke. I would. I don't know if your little kids, I hate are not honestly like, you know. Every morning with Jubal. Twenty.
"twenties" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"On the twenties. Movin ninety two point five. Hello. Hi, MS big to Rebecca, please. Rebecca, my name's Seth McElroy the manager over here bakery. I'm your to cake with us. Yeah. Yeah. For my dad's retirement party is supposed to be you know, like at the party like right now. So what's going on? Well, I just found out one of our employees ex employees now wrote something on it. What do you mean? What it what did you write your cake with supposed to say Jim best of luck? Rebecca, and my brother Connor in angry employees instead of putting that put Jim best of and then replaced that L with an episode the cakes. Jim best of. Love Rebecca, Connor. What I know. I have holidays. I don't know. How understand this supposed to be at the party like white? Now, our delivery guy's back already. So what you're saying right now take on it is that my dad's retirement party wreck. This is never happened before. I apologize. I should also let you know. What are you going to do about it? I should also let you know that this disgruntled employees did something else to the cake. What is worse than having a cake? Nut said on it from me to my father that actually does get worse for backup. How get worse the employees. Also, drew, a very large male member on the side of the cake, actually. Kidding me? Right. I wish I was. Oh my God. The party is going on right now. You expect me to do. I mean, there is a. It says, Jim. Yes. Yes. Quietly sitting on my dad's table right now at his party. You're correct. And we apologize. You realize if anyone dead this is my family, and I'm his daughter we need to get out of there. Okay. I do have emergency cake I can use. And I can send our drive out to see makes it in time, no promises. But I can't do that. Do do. Okay. From an adult themed party that never happened. So it's just basically two giant boobs. But he's going to love it. I mean. It's a bunch of guys that are. You think that replacing take a penis on it would gonna make things better, dick? So are you? So you don't want the movie cake? Why are you laughing is this funny? Family. This is my life. It's a little a little funny. Isn't it? Because this is actually Jubal from Brooke and Jubal in the morning. I'm moving to two point five doing a phone tap on you. What what a joke your dad's cake is fine. Your brother Connor set you up? Went karn. Cold, you and. Okay. So there's no weird sexual cake that in LA sitting by dad's retirement right now. No. But I'm sure he would like a booby cake though. Morning with Jubal tabs weekday mornings on the twenties. Point.
"twenties" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Twenties thirties. We'll start to see more clouds tomorrow. But we're still dry forty eight. Then rain on Saturday but temperatures near fifty I'm Terry Smith from the Weather Channel for talkradio. Six eighty WCBS. Stay connected with stimulating talk and breaking news on talkradio six eighty WCBS, Baltimore and wcbMcom. She's ready to be Madam speaker. Again, I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News Nancy Pelosi, and the Democrats will take control of the house in a few hours will bring to the floor legislation which will open up government. It will be based on actions. Taken by the Republican Senate plan is to fund the government agencies currently shut for thirteenth day through September. Homeland security will get about a month's worth of funding nothing though for a border wall. And President Trump says no deal to that. Fox's John decker live at the White House. Senate Republicans are standing firm with the president who insists that any deal to reopen. The government must include five. A billion dollars for a border wall with Mexico. So I know more about drones than anybody. I know about every form of safety that you can have. And it's all good. But it's just very minor. Compared to the power of a wall. Did you already leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate won't even consider the bills Democrats are planning to vote on calling the bills a political sideshow and a total nonstarter the next scheduled meeting involving the president and congressional leaders is scheduled for tomorrow. Dave John illegal immigrant accused of murdering a police officer in California the day after Christmas is getting a mental evaluation all of your in Mendoza had a criminal history with that wasn't shared with immigration. Authorities Stanislaw county sheriff Adam christianson is frustrated says border securities includes knowing who is here and knowing who needs to be removed democratic congressman role from California sanctuary policies telling FOX we shouldn't federalize local police officers and state officers they often have to enforce the law locally and work with people. And local communities who may be undocumented to solve homicides or domestic violence cases. And maybe a lot of selling at the opening bell on Wall Street about twenty eight minutes. Dow futures down more than two hundred after apple added to the worry about US China trade saying iphone sales are slower in that country, which will drag Apple's revenue down five billion dollars less.