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Pandemic Parenting - Will the Kids Be Okay Socially?
"Note. I received on instagram. Hi janet. I'm reaching out to see if you've touched upon. The current isolations are toddlers are having because of it. I have a twenty month old. That has basically had little to no interaction with other kids. And i worry about it. I also try not to be concerned knowing. He is still under too. But i just wanted to know if you've spoken on this. Thank you so much. So no. I don't think i have spoken directly about this and As i said it's the question i've received most since the pandemic so the short answer i have is that the kids will be all right that they will not be harmed in any major way by this pause in pierre socializing And maybe extended family socializing as well and others. Who studied child. Development have said the same that primarily. Children learn social behaviors through their primary caregivers through the relationships. They have with us as their parents. And this begins quite early with i contact communication and then children beginning to verbalize and understand what we're communicating. Social learning is often said probably one of the most complicated nuanced types of learning is quite different than learning multiplication tables or something that's measurable the beginning. Of course there are these these signs that children are on track but as they get older. There is a wide wide. Range of normal temperament comes into play we have extroverts and introverts so there isn't a specific timetable when children should be achieving xyz beyond those really couple of years when when children just starting to to show that they are becoming able communicators. So i would love to take this possible stressor off parents list for now since there are many reasons to be concerned in life and this is not going to be a major problem however there are things that we can do and i would recommend all these things anyway. But perhaps they're even more important in pandemic times when there is more 'isolation and less opportunity for children to practice their social skills with peers and and extended family. And so. I look back on a piece that i'd written a couple of years ago called four best ways to raise children with social intelligence and i notice that as i thought there's only one of these ways that's about children practicing with other children. The rest of them are about primary relationships for example. The first one is. Don't wait to communicate. Start speaking with your baby beginning a two way conversation right away and that doesn't mean we just start talking about the weather and hope that our child will respond. It means talking about pertinent things letting them know when we're doing something with them what we're doing step by step. I'm going to pick you up now. Now we'll go over to change your diaper. Now it's time for the bath. There's the warm water so we will be communicating about meaningful things set. Your child understands that this is important tool that helps you to feel connected to not only the other person but your
Boeing Max returns to US skies with first passenger flight
"American Airlines flew a Boeing seven thirty seven Max with paying passengers the plane's first commercial flight in the U. S. since it was grounded after two deadly crashes eighty seven people were on the Miami to New York flight including Daniel Weiss with shelf white tents were really nice I was really nice with lights on the flight yeah you know I did feel unsafe at all to Max jets crashed in twenty nineteen in Indonesia and Ethiopia three hundred forty six people were killed changes have been made to the automated flight control system planes crash and it's unfortunate but twenty months following the great American company I like to think that's enough time to figure things out United Airlines plans to resume Max flights in February and Southwest Airlines expects to follow in March I'm a Donahue
For The First Time Since Grounding, American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX Flight Takes Off From Dallas
"For the first time in nearly two years civilians are taking a flight on a boeing. seven thirty-seven max plane today. The demonstration flight operated by american airlines will travel from dallas to tulsa with members of the media as the first passengers since those two fatal crashes grounded the aircraft for twenty months spring in here now transportation analyst. Seth kaplan inset. Today's flight designed to build. Consumer confidence approve their safe after the faa recertified. The max last month so tell us more about today's flight and when we can expect commercial flights yeah ninety journalists wearing masks as any flight these days plus the flight crew. You've got obviously pilots and flight attendants on there. So you add that all up and it's something like two thirds full which nowadays is rather full flight compared to a lot of commercial ones right robin and exactly the fact that they're doing this shows that they are concerned about consumer confidence. of course. now you have cova. Vid impacting consumer confidence in terms of flying. As well as those max issues the flights the crashes rather killed three hundred forty six people terrible well. Undergrounding was a huge blow to boeing financially. Pretty critical. I'd imagine to get these planes back in the air. So you know how critical and what's the sense that this is gonna work. People will get on them even more critical than before because before. At least you had airlines clamoring for the planes to despite the problems you just sort of had this natural inertia. You might call it. Air of airlines just needed the airplanes Now that's different. Now they have most of these airlines too many airplanes even though they still want these planes because they're more efficient they can afford to wait. They can afford not to buy new planes. So this this is is now a double blow to boeing. We thought the worst thing was that they couldn't deliver all these planes airlines wanted The airplanes on their hands airlines don't necessarily need even though over the very long term look airlines want to renew their fleets well and is that just to be clear is that they don't necessarily need it because of covid because so few people are flying right now right because demand is lower. So so if you remember robin when the grounding i happened before the busy summer travel season of a year earlier well airlines couldn't fly their schedules. They were killing on these planes. They count on every airplane to fly during a normal summer whereas now there's just a lot of slack in their fleets and so they might not have the plane they want but they have a plane.
South Korea Has Passed A Law That Will Allow BTS To Postpone Their Military Enlistment
"Right so in south korea males are required to serve twenty months in the military by the time they turned twenty eight years old. But there's new rules any k pop band recceive. The government medals will be able to put their service off for another two years war which is called the unofficial bts bill because One of the guys actually turns twenty eight on friday and he would have had to have served will. They're saying no. Now we're going to give you two more years before you actually have deserve it eventually. Our boys from bt s are going to have to serve in the military.
Boeing Max cleared for takeoff, 2 years after deadly crashes
"After being grounded for nearly two years boeing's seven thirty seven max. Jetliners are clear for takeoff. World's lee jones has more the federal aviation administration has certified the seven thirty seven. Max airworthy faa chief. Stephen dixon signed an order wednesday. Undergrounding the fleet. The agency said it has completed a comprehensive empathetical twenty month review regulators around the world grounded the max in march two thousand nineteen after a pair of deadly crashes that claimed more than three hundred lives boeing overhauled. The plane's flight control system focusing on anti-stalking software that appeared to malfunction in both crashes. The faa says. It gave boeing the green light in cooperation with air safety regulators worldwide. The company will now begin updating critical software throughout the fleet and wants pilots receive updated training. Us airlines will start flying the
US lifts Boeing 737 MAX flight ban after two fatal crashes.
"United states lifted a twenty month old. Flight ban on the boeing. Seven three seven. Max on wednesday easing a safety crisis that has left its top exporter with a tarnished reputation and hundreds of idle jets but relatives of crash. Victims denounced the move. Us federal aviation administration. Chief steve dixon signed an order lifting the longest jet grounding in commercial aviation history and the agency released. Final details of the software and training boeing and airlines must complete before carrying passengers. The 737 max crashes in indonesia and killed three hundred and forty six people within five months in two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen in a show of independence. canada and brazil said on wednesday. They were continuing their own reviews but expected to conclude the process. Soon illustrating how the seven. Three seven max. Crashes upended a once. Us dominated airline safety system in which nations large and small for decades moved in lockstep with the faa questions. Remain over how quickly other regulators especially in china will lift their flight bans families of the european crash victims said in the statements. They felt shared disappointment and renewed grief. Following the faa's decision to return the aircraft to service the faa is requiring new pilot training and software upgrades to deal with a stall prevention system called 'em casts which in both crashes repeatedly pushed down the jets knows as pilots struggled to regain control but have the training to know why the aircraft was behaving this way. The faa which has faced accusations of being too close to boeing in the past said it plans in-person inspections of some four hundred fifty seven three seven maxes built and parked during the flight ban which could take at least a year to complete prolonging the jets deliveries investigation reports of faulted boeing and the faa on the planes development and for concealing information about 'em cast from pilots while the justice department criminal probe is ongoing but the toughest call could be getting passengers to fly on the doomed aircraft. Some passengers have suggested they would choose. Never to fly on the seven. Three seven max out of respect for the families of the deceased in protest of boeing's greed and negligence.
Seattle-Based Boeing Max Is Cleared to Fly as FAA Lifts Longest U.S. Grounding
"Boeing seven thirty-seven max has been grounded. Worldwide following two deadly crashes. The federal aviation administration on wednesday has approved for boeing's fixes on the airplane to clear the max to return to service. So if you're traveling out there now it's not going to happen right away but just think about in the next in the next year. The long delayed approved to mean that. The max is on track to fly passengers again in the united states. Before the year's end. I don't know if i if i want to be the first guy on that blaine after each plane and pilot meets requirements by the faa laid. Out in recent weeks boeing can resume jet deliveries and production of the renton ren thanh will begin to ramp up though very slowly since the first crash of the max two years ago has discovered the problems that has delayed this movement. Ceo dave calhoun in chicago in a statement says that lives had lost in two tragic accidents lessons. Learned from the max. Crashes have reshaped our company. The faa verdict says. That the jedis safe to fly. At least beginning. Of the end of the boeing crisis. For the max. But yet boeing grapples the logistics of getting more airplanes in the air the details because of the crashes tragedy surface. Over the past twenty months boeing reputation for engineers excellence has been shattered at the faa positions. The world as the arbitrator for for safety has seriously been undermined using flying the seven. Thirty seven max in the air. But they've made some changes they put a stick of gum on it. Put some duct tape over the things that said that the plane was what was it was an ultimate thing where it didn't didn't know how how close it was to the ground. Everything was off and all of a sudden you know planes crashing. So i guess boeing is going to let the seventh or actually the the. Faa's going to let the seven thirty-seven. Max a return to the
FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again
"Federal regulators have cleared Boeing seven thirty seven Max to fly again the planes were grounded worldwide last year after two crashes within five months killed three hundred forty six people investigators had focused on anti stall software as a clause Federal Aviation Administration chief Steven Dixon lifted the grounding after a twenty month review telling CNBC squawk box the software's been redesigned and the maxi is now safe and I would put my own family on it still Dixon says the FAA will inspect every new macs before letting them fly Sager mag ani Washington
The greatness of Rafael Nadal
"We talk about tennis. She was about this final and put it on pitting off having to actually summer. The achievement of rough on the dull winning thirteen, French Open, and winning this French. Open in particular and doing it in the way that he did because. It. So astonishing I'm struggling to process. Frankly, yes. Apologies in advance for hyperbole and use of superlatives, but if you can't use them now when rough on the is now hundred and two girls and has won his thirteenth title when when can use MS utter the extraordinary? What is the chief today, and of course, this is an achievement that is actually fifteen sixteen years in the making it is it is unbelievable. Walk Needle is able to do both in tennis number one, but also just at this tournament, one of his best ever career performances David today. I would say so this was Up there with what he did to federal in two, thousand eight when federal and a handful of games arguably even better I think because federal struggled that day I think the conditions were less suited to today on paper at least I would have thought compared to a high bouncing day in June, and of course, he's you know he's twelve years older I mean, let's not forget. He's thirty four that's that shouldn't be. Put. To one side because you know he's got a lot of miles in those legs lot of kilometers and it's it's just mind boggling that he can physically do it for star I think it bore a lot of similarities to what Jackovitch did to him in the Australian Open file of twenty months ago, which was Jock itch referenced in Oh Sorry Nadal referenced in his post match comments it had that same feel inasmuch as when we were discussing this yesterday and we were building up to it all week long the one eventuality are could not see is one of these destroying the other one that's just could not see I mean, which is again just another example of how good predictions I am. But it was. A performance that I wasn't expecting of that level and that that feels unfetter I found the down after what he's done over the last twelve years but. He lifted himself to a level. We certainly haven't seen at this tournament. And it was this fortnight anyway it wasn't. It wasn't just. Fortunate needlework open happen to be having Berlin day today is it wasn't just what one of these things the way the cookie crumbles he change things in his approach today he was an I believe the stats ended up bearing this out in terms of name body was quitting. On your coverage David about the net clearance on his kind being significantly. Lower today than in previous matches indicating how much more aggressive he was being on that I mean I think on both wings in particular on that on that can side he was. Firmly the aggressor out there in an joke which was on the back foot right from the word go and. He looked. Bewildered by the level throughout, imagine, imagine playing really good tennis and being the world number one. And having lost six love. I just can't I can't imagine how awful that feels. You know I texted you guys. At the end of that first set and I said. Other than serving a bit better. I. Don't know what he can do. I don't think it's a question of just raise the level a bit and that'll be okay. What can he possibly do? Yeah and he's been in his press conference Djokovic and use the word surprised by Nidal's level. I don't think he sold this coming from the doll based on what we've seen from the doll these two weeks. Yes. Nidal's been great. He's the final without dropping a set, but it's clearly not been absolutely top top level in the dull and I'm not sure your conviction was expecting the performance that we saw from the Dell today he was caught off Guard surprise bewildered and that that. is so much credit. As you said to walk in the door was doing he was the aggressor. He was taking every opportunity to hit his forehand down the line and standing up on the baseline and kind of taking the drop shot away from Jackovitch. I'm sure we'll talk more about that but just little subtle changes in his game that he made the just made this huge overall difference and with the intent that he paid with it was it was overwhelming for Novak Djokovic Channon. was kind of reminded of a little quote I read from turning adult recently who often the Schwartzman team match said a lot of people compare team to my nephew. But I, don't think that's a fair comparison. This was in Spanish. This was in the Spanish newspaper El Pice and he was saying that team is a great player, but he doesn't have the options in his game that Nadal has and. The different ways to be able to beat you I. Think this goes back to what we were talking about on a podcast recently when David you said the fact that these players are always adding things today game, the dull Djokovic and Federer, and the Dallas got so many different ways he can beat you. He can change what he does and he did that today and I think it surprised Yovich and It shouldn't be surprising to me, but at the end to us, but it kind of was surprising to see the dull change tactically against your that that rivalry has been so familiar in my head of what that looks like in terms of the patterns of the rallies and this one was different out there nobles the those tactical awareness today was was as good as anything I've ever seen from him. I think
Delivering Maximum Impact in the Public Sector
"Born and raised in California. I served in the military after graduating high school for ten years. And after completing successfully completing my arm service tenure. I became a civilian again and unfortunately. the. That I held as an armed servicemember did not transfer cleanly into the civilian world. So whereas I was the network manager in the military. I kind of add to start all over when I became a civilian. So digits that. Began working on the desktop and couple of years later moved into. The engineer ranks. After mastering NAN began working with small teams as a supervisor. Fast forward to three years after that got my first manager role it's been just an uphill climb since then on say about seven years ago was when I first entered into the executive ranks. And that was as light goal from a to be at the top of a particular foul. And so your position today, can you describe that for us and tell us what's your day to day like? Well, I can day to day is. Very, challenging We Dallas County is the eighth largest county in the United States. We have a thirty nine different departments and agencies that comprise the county, and so as you would imagine, there's a good deal of diversity and so in one day I might be you know working with public works the next day I might be working with the judiciary. The next day I made me working with Members of the court. It's just a great deal of diversity and I like that. But my team specifically. We have responsibility for the county cybersecurity program and really what that entails three different teams. The first of which is we call in threaten vulnerability management. and. We also have another arm. Architecture and engineering, and then we also supply for the hundred fifty or so folks that make up it services audit and compliance so that we can make certain that were firing on all cylinders with respect to our compliance mandates. Can you give us an idea of the scale of your team? How many folks do you have working under you? We have total. In, source and outsource of ten men and women. That make up the team. We've been asked to source streamlining keep things relatively small. and. So we have a number of partnerships. With outside entities that help us to complete the portfolio. For the security services. program. Can you describe for us how that works I mean how do you balance that I would hazard to say as a relatively small team for the size of the organization that you're protecting, and being able to work with outside vendors. Yeah I tend to agree day it is a fairly tall order. And a part of that call for us to take a look at everything that we had in existence. and then looking at how well, we did in the areas that require improvement what tools might we keep and what tools should we replace? And as we sort of went through that exercise with the backdrop being we're going to be small have to be Nimble. Not Do we have to keep the lights on world cross functionally, but we also have to do programs and other projects How can we do all of that remain nimble and so what we came up with wasn't hey I m L. model whereby we would replace just about everything with those types of tools. So that. Overtime and with clean data entering into those systems, we could train those two only stop work for those analysts for those engineers architects. When it was absolutely necessary, and so that's been I guess in eighteen to twenty month journey and I will not tell you that we have arrived but we're much better off in our day to day. Then we were when I first joined almost two years ago. I mean do you have any insights to share in terms of what that journey has been like for for other people who may be considering a similar approach things that they should be mindful of you know Dave I, I have an opportunity because there are so many cities within my counties and because we're making an Dallas county a model for other entities of our size and larger I get a chance to top twelve law practitioners local to the two hundred, fifty four counties set up a Texas as well as those that are outside. Of Our state and one of the biggest challenges that I see facing practitioners. Is that they don't really know where to start. So so you know the the person before them maybe they were doing their best the person before them maybe they add compliance focus. But with respect to growing the program, what I find most often is that. They have not adopted a security framework and conducted. A gap assessment against that, and then prioritize those documents those findings to give them a solid roadmap going forward. That's probably number one without question and it is on a day to day basis as I work with other practitioners very first thing that I subscribe that they should take a look at.
How did Andy Murray win that?
"Right Okay Day to the US Open. How on Earth did Andy Murray do that Catherine? He's just one from four, six, four, six, one, three down. How has he done that somebody explained to me Name Messing with the lewd tonight is the plum street in the deepened. Question isn't it? I mean what's going on? Well, they said to two women who we had to know primarily a CEO Tim. If you had to attribute that combat come back to one thing and one thing I think we're on a time limit. What would it be and he said halt. I think I mean obviously, that is that that is a word that covers a broad spectrum of things all of them are. Totally embodied by Andy Murray persistence to nasty doggedness stopping this. But obselete hot is what got him through a very bizarre tennis match today I mean I'm sure in the annals of time we remember the witness of if the match that will suitable fade away and we'll remember the school line in the emotion whatever ends up coming in the aftermath, but it was a It was a rookie right of a tennis match for for a long time. someone on twitter said that there was once a racehorse who died and when they cut the race open they realized he had a heart that was bigger than any other race horse in history and that feels like the kind of thing that might happen with Andy. Murray one day. That's a morbid take on them on a very joyous occasion for Andy. Murray. But it is one of those things isn't it? Because we think of Mary is so relatable and yet. On occasion like this, we I genuinely have no idea how he does something like that. It's it's thrilling to watch but I, come explain it. He operates on a different level of guts and defend defiance and resilient to what I'm capable of even imagining. In the you say that was a bit move it but didn't the encore interview immediately off the match the first question was Andy. We buried at the Australian Open last year and yet he He was just an alternate set of on the sports accidental turn of phrase unfortunately most well, we'll maybe fortunately a lot of these faces obscured by a mask, but I would quite like to have seen his full facial reaction to the declaration that he'd been buried the tennis community. Hopefully hopefully, we're looking at about fifty years down the road a sixty or something like that for. To have this. This forensic analysis. David Lewis let's get out of this. Yeah. Let's do that. Tell you what I think. We have just a bit of history in order so that we know exactly where we are with the Sandy Murry story. This is a man that was supposed to retire twenty months ago and. He didn't he went and had a hip surgery he went and had a new metal, hip. He then made a comeback and the combat went really well, and he won't doubles clean said he played mixed doubles with Serena Williams, at Wimbledon and then he went on won the singles title in Antwerp and it was just amazing and then he looked like he was hitting the buffet Z. looked like he was in real trouble when he had the complications and what was it called it the impingement of the joint with which which was think caused by sort of spare type thing on the hip and is causing all sorts of trouble didn't play the Australian Open this year I personally thought he was probably finished really at that point for. Twenty time. And slow behold he comes back place last week in Cincinnati Stroke New York has those two great wins over Varun Ti and then. Lost didn't look great against Manashe rich but comes into this match and a half to say I felt pretty sheep pretty. Confident on his behalf I thought he would. He would have struggle against a very good player world number forty, eight Yoshito Nishioka from Japan. He's twenty four years of age Manu beat Dan Evans. The Australian Open, this year, and who just has one of those really solid sprightly games left handed can hurt you but can also stay in rallies and for an hour and a half. He made Andy Murray. Look terrible Andy Maryland made himself look terrible and At that point I said on the radio and I know I said it on the radio because the BBC sport website copied and pasted my words into their text portal and I, got seventy four negative votes as a result of the words that I added which were Four six, four, six, one, three, headlined. He may not be able to do this anymore and I said this is one of the worst performances I've ever seen from Andy Murray to Grand Slam. He's got a metal hip, and he may not be able to do this anymore but looking at this having covered. So many of his matches I've never seen anything quite like it before past is not feeling very well, I, expected to see a fight tooth and nail his opponent is good and I thought he could cause problems but I expected it to be hyper competitive and Murray would win but it's not even close. And I stand by every single word that.
Your Purpose is Beauty Mercedes Lyson
"Today's guest is Mercedes Lisin. Mercedes. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on this podcast. You have a podcast called. Your purpose is beauty can be found on your website over L-, more. Ella. Music, DOT com. I wanted to talk to you about this because. Your podcast. Oh, my gosh, it's such a beautiful podcast. Gosh. Thank you. It's one of those shows I tuned in and. Your Voice on that are cast is just so soothing. But at the same time, you're talking about a wide array of subjects that I felt like my listeners would really gel with you're talking about alternative health. You're talking about beauty product. You're talking about. Different sociological things you're talking about house music I am. Yes. I'm very lactic person. So. How did you kind of come into this? Did this sort of? Choose you or did you sort of choose this profession herself? There's a lot to unpack there. So the podcast is really an outgrowth of work that I have been doing since two thousand fourteen when I started a youtube channel and the impetus for that goes back, even a little bit further. I was having some health challenges around two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine. So my my into holistic health and wellness is probably that unique. Unique I feel like a lot of people come into Those proclivities with some sort of health challenge which I had, and at the time I was really kind of unsatisfied with the directions that Western medicine was gonNA take and trying to get a diagnosis. So kind of divine timing on my side. I ended up starting to see an acupuncturist with no real. Background acupuncture I didn't know much about it. It was a friend of a friend and it basically sort of changed my life, which is why I was so excited to hear from you as an acupuncturist because that was really the beginning of my journey into this whole world. So in addition to acupuncture over ten years ago at this point solving might acute health problem. It also instigated as deeper awakening. How just What I can do to engender vibrant house in a sustainable way and I have actually had a very longstanding interest in beauty released since childhood. And I was kind of having this bigger awakening about what my life looked like in lifestyle choices. A lot of that started to coalesce around personal care products in and beauty. So at the time, I was getting into this. This is now like twenty, ten to twenty twelve. There was like a very nascent community of green beauty bloggers, Emin youtubers, and the Internet was I always talk about how different the Internet was back. Then it was just a very different space and blogging in Youtube is. Not, what it is today with rampant influence or marketing and things like that is really this very intimate and helpful community of very like minded and passionate people. So I started learning about all of the problems with a lot of conventional personal care products, and there were these like very small niche fatigues that were opening up mostly online at the time. And I basically just kind of fell in love with this world of Artisanal handcrafted luxury beauty products in the realms skin care makeup body care, and I was also getting very deep into the Youtube Beauty, community? which was like a whole, a whole thing at the time, this is all going on when I was in graduate school as well. So this was sort of my creative outlet at the time and I am someone that has always needed a lot of creative to balance the hyper academic backgrounds that I come from. And I just saw there were not a lot of people that were making content There were a lot of people making beauty content. There weren't a lot of people making videos specifically about organic judy products or clean green. Whatever you. WanNa call it has so many labels. So I had graduated am I earned my PhD in twenty thirteen and in the spring of twenty four team decided to just take the plunge and start recording videos on my I really had no idea how to edit video footage or. How did you any of it? Really, but it was sort of a very soup to nuts process of teaching myself in building kind of a blogger presence for myself through youtube and blogging to some extent. And Yeah. Fast forward. Now, six years I decided that I wanted to add a podcast to my suite of offerings mostly because I have benefited so much from podcasts and I think that there's such an accessible way for. People to consume content and learn and it my my appreciation for podcasts went to this whole other level when I had a baby in November of twenty eighteen. So I'm the mother to amazing twenty month old little boy. But as anyone that has had to be will know you need to be hands free all the time and you get nap trapped I them and you're laying with them for long periods of time and it can be very idle time. So I mean podcasts have just been my companion really on long stroller walks on vk bedtime. Even doing just mundane chores around the. House. And yet. Again, I found that there was not a lot of people in the beauty space podcasting about things that I am interested in personally and listening to
BREAKING: Herman Cain Dies Of Coronavirus At Age 74 in Atlanta
"A political consultant who worked for Herman? Cain on his twenty twelve presidential campaign is announcing that he has passed away. from. covid nineteen. That's breaking news here in Y'all I'm not confide. This is not. Confirmed other than through Ellen. And I'm Yup. nope. It's IT's confirmed folks. Herman Cain has died of the corona virus. age seventy four. In Republican presidential candidate in two thousand twelve. Herman Cain ran his platform very famously was the nine nine, nine tax reform plan. He had been Fox. News contributor and a newsmax contributor newsmax is confirming his death He was admitted to the hospital on July first two days after being. DIAGNOSED WITH COVA night teen. Ten Days Prior, he had been at the Rally for the President they they don't know where he got the virus. And Herman Cain has now. Passed away He was the President of Godfather's pizza. He. Rose through the ranks He joined coca. Cola. He worked for Pillsbury. He was regional vice president for Burger, King, which at the time Pillsbury owned and then he took over. Godfather's pizza turned around made it a profitable company. And his big issue is marketing. He became the chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in Nineteen ninety-five He was in the position for twenty months in nineteen in two, thousand nine you'll recall the president renominated him for the Federal Reserve. Board? He ultimately withdrew his nomination. He dabbled in politics in one, thousand, nine, hundred sixty was an adviser to the Bob Dole Jack Kemp Campaign for President He ran for the Senate in two thousand four. He was defeated in the primary by Johnny Isaacson actually campaigned for him in two thousand four. Now he beat colon cancer it was stage four and two, thousand six he was diagnosed with it the and then from two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, seven, of course, he had the Herman Cain Show in Atlanta? On WSB, I was actually hired in two thousand eleven to replace Herman on WSB Because Herman had decided, he was going to run for president and he had been in the line to replace Neil Bortz they needed somebody to replace Herman as a result. So they hired me Herman off and ran for president. He at one point was the front runner for the Republican presidential nomination, and then he the ultimately lost the nomination and came back to radio has has wound down his career over time and. Herman Cain now dead he was a good man. Seventy four years old affected by coronavirus virus. Prayers for his family. And for for those who knew and loved and worked with Herman Cain God. Bless him.
20-Month-Old Boy Shot And Killed In Englewood, Mom Also Wounded, Chicago Police Say
"A a woman woman and and her her twenty twenty month month old old baby baby boy boy were were shot shot when when somebody somebody opened opened fire fire on on their their car car at at sixty sixty third third parkway parkway in in south south hall hall stead stead in in Englewood Englewood Fred Fred Waller is the Chicago police department's chief of patrol he was asked if this was a random incident of gun violence well I don't think it was random because the amount of times it was fired upon it doesn't seem like it was random the protectors I feverishly investigating this looking at video canvassing the scenes so we'll find out authorities say the mother was driving home with her son from a trip to the laundromat they drove themselves to the hospital with the toddler was pronounced dead
"twenty month" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A woman and her twenty month old baby boy were shot when somebody opened fire on their car at sixty third parkway in south hall stead in Englewood Fred Waller is the Chicago police department's chief of patrol he was asked if this was a random incident of gun violence well I don't think it was random because the amount of times it was fired upon it doesn't seem like it was random the Texas I feverishly investigating this looking at video canvassing the scenes so we'll find out authorities say the mother was driving home with her son from a trip to the laundromat they drove themselves to the hospital where the toddler was pronounced dead your lows department of public health says that there are seven hundred and eighty six new confirmed cases of covert nineteen and twenty six more people have died from the virus since Friday for the third consecutive day the state got back results from thirty thousand tests illinois' positivity rate is two point seven percent since the pandemic began there about a hundred and forty one thousand plus positive cases and close to now sixty nine hundred people who have died from their exposure to the virus police in Roselle say that there is no reason to believe there is a threat to anyone in the community after several people were wounded one of them killed in gunfire early Saturday morning near rose Ellen pecan roads the investigation is ongoing Texas is set to take a step back since the state has seen a surge in the cases of corona virus governor Greg Abbott on Friday scaled back the re opening he shut down bars and lowered the capacity at restaurants to fifty percent John I'm going owner of the Cajun Cajun in Houston says he wanted the state and local governments to work together to prevent confusion one day we might have the county just telling us to do one thing.
"Hello everyone and welcome to frames. My name is Scott Olsen and I am talking today with Beowulf Sheehan. Beowulf is one of the most sought after most successful and I believe most important portrait photographers in New York. These days he has worked in more than fifty countries lectured at New York University and Yale among other places and if you go to his website you will see portrait of people like Oprah Winfrey Twenty Morrison Patti Smith Margaret Atwood Patrick Stewart in Kellyn Paul Simon and dozens and dozens of others. It is a body of work of which I am personally Quite envious good morning. Bill could he's got great to hear Your Voice. I do have a quick thought for you. I've not traveled to fifty countries the photograph I photographed in better than ten by way of commissions however I have photographed people from at least fifty countries and hopefully been able to travel to their worlds in cultures through those experiences. Okay I saw that on your resume and I was impressed and I'm still impressed. So tell me how things are in New York this morning. New York is a beautiful place this morning. The air is cool and crisp outside. I did have a short walk this morning. I am very fortunate that out my window. I have a cemetery so I get to see less trees and I have a great deal of quiet. What sounds I hear. Every morning in this new time of ours is usually One of two things that I hear all either your birdsong or I will hear the sound of a passing ambulance and of course happy to hear the former not to hear the ladder. That is the time in which we live summer mornings in New York. City yes Tell me about portrait photography but let let let's begin where people how in the world could you get into photography? How did you get into the kind of portraiture that you do specifically I into photography being a shy boy and wanting to make friends and prior to the thought of making friends? I wanted to be reacquainted with my father. My parents divorced when I was in elementary school. My father was out in my life for a few years and when he came back the beginning of my high school years he had a Konica thirty five millimeter camera. A Long Lens to go with it and when I arrived at high school which was a high school outside of my neighborhood I went to magnet high school for foreign languages. I was busted very early in the morning to get there. I was in the ethic minority in head a world of new friends to make and when I got to school my classmates were speaking about two things with which I was unfamiliar of the Miami Dolphins. I grew up in Fort Lauderdale and girls and I knew very little about both but I had been working in the summers and not really spend that money on anything beyond books and comic book so I had enough money saved to become the youngest person in the history of the Miami Dolphins the buy season tickets to the Miami Dolphins. That's impressive I go So what I had done was than I began to use my father's camera and I would take a tripod that camera that long lens invite a new acquaintance from high school to eat game. And I believe my mother had driven been to us down To attend these games and no one ever stopped me. The guards were very kind. They recognize me after a few games. I always went through the same gate that sort of thing and was able to watch Dan Marino or the ball around and make pictures and then make Prince of those pictures and share them with classmates over time developing friendships and of course Getting to know my father again. That's a wonderful beginning there. Is I know an extraordinary event. Though in your early connection to reading and that's possible yes but but I'll let you lead that so when you're asking the extraordinary connection is well. Yeah you you are probably the only you are the only person I know who's ever been bitten by an alligator. Oh this is true this this. I don't know all the people in your life of course who you know but but I'm the only person I know who's been bitten by an alligator and that happened to me in the summer of nineteen seventy six in June of that year. I was of course on summer break from school quite small and my brother and I were playing in the backyard of the home of a friend of my mother in southwest Fort Lauderdale where there are canals and those canals in some cases feed than Their Way West to the Florida everglades and of course. That's where alligators hang out. And some of them sometimes get lost. My brother-in-law had been wrestling. This lady's backyard was time to come into the House for lunch. I had asked the Lady of the House. If we could use your host wash our feet persons they were full of dirt from the grass and the young lady had said no actually better just a spicer feed off the dock and then it'll be quicker and I went I. I remember sitting at the dock. Enjoying splash on my feet and looking at my brother and my brother's twenty months younger than me made his eyes get bigger and he looks down on my foot. I looked at my foot and I saw the alligator close. Its mouth around my right foot and I went to some degree of shock. The allegation let go. He caught the outside artery of my ankle and bloodshot out. Allah a bad money iphone sketch. And my my brother then began to grab my body to try to pull my body up and my mother and my mother's friend of course had come out of the house at this time and they were lifting me from the document onto the grass. The allegation had gone back under the dock. And I don't know how much more time passed or how much blood I lost but I then at some point found in the emergency room of a hospital where my brother was born. Only a few blocks away and doctors worked in saved my foot. Save my leg. There was concern for infection loss and I was very lucky to have for the balance of the summer. Have Gone to the hospital every day to get my foot. Epsom salts to save it and that meant of course not being able to play games at not being able to enjoy summer camp not being able to do sports do much of anything involved mobility and that deepened my reading and then with it of course my drawing and my reading and drawing through my childhood in and beyond began with comic books and then onto more challenging books More INTERESTING BOOKS. Maybe more interesting stuff. The right word say because books are wonderful. And they're very very interesting. Otherwise we wouldn't have these films adaptations of stories that now the masses is seen film but the the books of course comic books would come out once a month and it was great to go to seven eleven after school and pick up those books but I would devour them so quickly and then I really wasn't in the mood to wait another month for the next book to come out so I would just draw stories myself. The drawing worked its way over time of course into photography. But that's a longer compensation which I'm happy to have
1997 NBA Finals RewatchaBulls With Ryen Russillo
"Rewatch ables. We're doing the entire ninety seven. Nba Finals concentrate in the last two games. But this is such a fascinating document in so many different ways. This is. Jordan has become unassailable. Great at this point he's a superhero. Were all assuming he's going to be He's GonNa come through every step of the way. No matter what obstacle Utah Team. That had been around for a long time. We didn't really have a feel for them. Not Enjoyable to watch. We're about to cover bulls go sixty nine and thirteen. This is the culmination of just a brutal twenty months that we talked about on your podcast. And we did the wizards pod were they had hit this. This point of their basically the Beatles at this point this travelling circus. They're covered differently than any sports team ever. All that stuff jazz go sixty four. Eighteen eleven three in the playoffs. They beat the Lakers. The clippers and famously the rockets stockton hits the three The Lakers series. That was the Kobe ball series kind of lost in the shuffle where Shack first-year Eddie Jones Nick Van Exel. Pretty even series. I I remember in the moment thinking. Oh the Lakers beat Utah. You always loses. Utah's done and wasn't the case. It was MVP. Carl Malone still being an MVP so any we get to the finals and the subplot emerges the real MVP versus the guy who won the MVP but then this whole other thing about no Karl Malone was actually offered this year twenty seven and ten incredible defensive player such a good passer the double team. The whole offense is built around him. You know he's a deserving. Mvp where did you stay in in nineteen ninety seven on this question heading into the finals? Do you remember your do. This was none of us like watching. Utah back then okay. No-one did and even though there was never series of ours necessarily rooting for Jordan. I was I wasn't rooting for the Utah Jazz it just it was the NBA finals. It was on an there wasn't anyone. I was emotionally connected to about the entire time now because I was a huge Barkley guy and I know I'm biased. I've always thought Barkley was better than Malone and I think these this series is does not this. This is a bad series or Karl Malone fans by the way it's awful You had the number one guy in the history of the League setting you up on every single possession your entire career and malone was a really good shooter for big. He was incredible as a rebounder. He's pretty good as a passer as a closer on the wing was putting the knee up like pretty. Yeah Yeah and dude. He played every game. He played every game and he was actually a real tough guy. Like when he and Robin getting into it. There's part of me like want him to fight. Rodman for real because he would've twisted Rodman up. I mean he just he just would've but whenever I see some of those dollar memes about five four three build your Dream Team. Carl Malone's always unlike the four dollar line when he's on it and Barclays always on the three dollar line and when I think of peak bark versus people alone I know who I'm taking I'm taking Barclay. I wouldn't even argue it. But the the composite the full stat picture of WHO Carl Malone is is incredible so the fact that they're in this finals they have this incredible record. They're awesome at home. They have this amazing homecourt atmosphere. That's like ruthless. Which is part of the Rodman story when he says something about Mormons and gets fined. And then there's a weird Jim Gray interview where he starts crying before game six it. He was out to lunch. The sears right. He's he's so bad in the closing game I respected what Stockton and Malone did but it might have been the first time I was realizing something that you and I have just started talking about more and more the separation between playoff basketball regular season basketball. That if you'RE GONNA run this pick and roll with these two hall of famers you're GonNa win a bunch of games but when I look at Utah in the series there's like three or four guys who Utah they wouldn't even play in today's NBA. They're playing minutes in the NBA finals. So you have the two thousand seventeen finals. Golden State averages one twenty one point six a game ninety one shots a game in the finals games. The cavs were one fourteen point. Eight nine point two goes again this ninety seven finals and it gets worse. The next year the Bulls for the series eighty seven. Point eight points. Jazz were eighty seven. Point two seventy four point eight field goals for the bowl. Seventy one point two for the jess say that the differences. What how many shots? The difference is basically thirty five shots again towed out a lot of that too. You could talk about. It's not even defense. It's not in both teams. Were slow paced teams. Chicago'S SLOW PACED team. Because they're running their stuff but when you're running these side pick and rolls or malone a pin down where somebody comes up only to try to get it back to him in the post that takes time and that's what they did
You Asked, We Answered: Breast Milk, Biting and More!
"So Daphne I'm going to ask you a question that was geared towards you but a lot of people are wondering Do you give your kids formula. And if so what do you like? Oh I do. I do a transition to formula when my kids are off breast milk and I will be honest with you. I've done a bit of research on this because I think that you know it's it's always sort of like finding the right balance of what What you care about and what you can the the reality is I think. They're all pretty much on par. But the one that I go for is something called hall. It's H. O. L. E. and I get it. I get it shipped to me. I get it in bulk. It's it's I think from Germany definitely from the EU. And it's. It's just a brand that I think you know. They they talk about like they're happy. Cows goat milk once or they're happy goats grazing in the hills of Switzerland. And all that they just seem like very happy animals But they they go to great lengths to make sure that sugar and corn syrup are not the first ingredients and in some cases not present at all they They really hold to the utmost standards of of natural end and wholesome foods in in the formula and then what I also do is. I'll supplement with a baby. Dha so a lot of times and maybe more details than people want. You should definitely do your own research. This is what has worked for my family and And you know there are tons of different considerations to take into account but I do add baby. Dha that is It's called baby. Dha think it's Nordic naturals and it is great for baby brain development and development. Has Those healthy? Fats are present in breastmilk. That you definitely want to make sure your baby's getting plenty of While you know while there's still in that that first year of life and beyond all my kids take Dha actually How long do you give them formulas it until they're a yard? You people do two years. I don't do too yours. I'll tell you why I look for an amazing insurance policy if you WANNA continue on past a year because look a lot of kids. Don't eat well or don't eat enough and it's a it's really nice to know. They're getting all the nutrition that theoretically need from this. You know from this drink but My kids are all been knock wood pretty good eaters and are all really interested in food really early on like Geez. Not even six months and she's about to six months and she's already like trying to grab everything that's in front of her siblings plates and And they you know they're really eager and interested in in foods and my hope is I don't even actually like I know a lot of people. Once they finish formula they go on to some kind of either dairy milk or dairy milk alternative to put in their babies bottles into enter into sippy cups. Just to continue Sort of like the liquid nutrition as well and I. I really haven't even ever done that. I'll tell you I it's weird. How like different pieces of mother had advised stick with you? Someone very early on I think on his pregnant with Elena told me the one piece advised that she'd gotten was to take your babies off of bottles at a year Because it just like it will. It will make the more the more accustomed they get to needing a bottle to go to sleep. And there's all this like you know tons of dentists and pediatricians will tell you it's like bad for us to fall asleep with milk in their mouth and they they could choke or it's bad for their teeth almost all kinds of stuff but for Mir infections actions. But it's also just like you don't want your baby to form habits. That are then much more difficult and dramatic to have to break with them like getting a bottle before bed is if that's their habit after eighteen months twenty months twenty four months. They've got real memory they can remove. It's much harder to get them to the waiter. Would you please so I my babies are are pretty much done with bottles except for John who like how do transition them to transition it. Mind to the Nook the Sippy sippy cups and I just so Romeo this Adding a month ago just finished my ed. Breastmilk milk stored up I stopped breastfeeding him at a year. Because I was having a miscarriage and it just end up being too much body. But I had a ton of milk's stored up so he just finished drinking it but he was. I was doing that thing. Exactly what you're talking about where. I was giving him breast breast milk in a bottle of for a bed and he calls it. Legos itchy itchy and for the like for weeks I would give him a Sippy Cup with water and he's not literally looking at this. I started giving him eight on my kids Jerry. So I started feeding Giving him hemp milk which I like a lot and I just tons of research on what I think are good. Non Dairy milks But then I started realizing you know what I am doing that thing. I'm going to perpetuate the problem and so I'm GonNa go to water which all my kids have water bottle by their bed And he was just like what is this like. Where's my itchy? Where's my where's but no my? My kids are like me. They get thirsty in the night. So they all do have those Like little thermoses and water. But I just I again like. It's such a personal choice and I really do think that this was just one thing that someone told me that just has made my life easier as a mom to not have this one habit that I felt like would be traumatic to break with them so anyway it's worked but I but I honestly the the former conversations are really interesting one because it there is a lot of confusing information out there and when I did my deep dive what I came out with was that I thought that the holly brand ones were the were were on top for me and I and the kids have all responded really well to them and you know like this is maybe tmi but one of the ways that I gave that was like looking at how their diapers breast Mug poop looks very distinctive and the the change over to To formula looks exactly see so I feel like their digestive tract is processing at the same way. So that's what I use question. We had a woman Write to us at bow at baby biting. Who's ten months old And what to do about that? And sort of biting out of biting out of love And what I found but I think that we can look at it this as like a broader a broader theme of. How do you teach a young baby to be sweet and gentle now? I probably every child's that ever was had some sort of aggressive streak at some point because we are animals and that is just a something or play based as play based but then eventually throw something. And you're going to do something you're talking like I am. I angry in the moment. And I'm going to express that in the most violent way But what I found really well I. I've found works really well is Like for example. Romeo has has started. You know his whole hitting face earlier than my other ones because guess what he has gotten like pounded by his older siblings from time to time. Maybe it's out of love but he's just like I'm angry and I'm going to hit you because that has happened to me but what I find is the more that I'm like. No we don't do that. He's going to open his eyes wide. Look and then he's GonNa hit me again because we're hardwired to get attention exactly but if you go up to him and you say no Schwab Air Soft soft and you like you wrap his like little belly and his arms and then you have him do it as well little by little they start to go to that so basically like modeling good behavior preventing them from practicing the bad behavior as much as you can and don't be hard on yourself because they probably will do it because we all did it and everybody who came before us. I'll do it But the more that you can model sweet behavior the better And prevent them from not practicing the bad behavior. I find that that works pretty well as your kid gets older something. I've been doing With my kids is having them teach each other. I'll be a good teacher and teach them not to hit by using your words and I find that it does take a while but little by little you know the first time. They're going to raise their hand and they're gonNA hit their sibling the second time. They're not the second time but like after a while they're going to raise their hand and they're gonNa like sort of think about it has it. Then they're gonNa hit the their sibling and then little by little. They start to raise their hands. They think about it and then they dropped their hand and they're capable of using the words but the more that you can teach your child to use their words. They can use that as their tool rather than their body. The I love on an earlier. Pike as you talked about. How with Leo you you talk to him about teaching Romeo how to be nice teaching him how to be kind and then it actually was as much a learning lesson for for your three year. Old Is it was for your baby and you saw him really internalizing the lesson. Even more so as he was tasked with teaching it to his younger siblings has they like Little Kids. They love to have jobs and do and so it's like your free rein should teach them how to do this because he's a baby on Europe big boy and you get out. That's what I see with my kids do they. They definitely the more that they feel that. Distinction between big kids do acts and little kids have to learn how to do acts they definitely WanNa fall on the side of Bacon and then when they mess up just be
"The Way Back" Cinematographer: Edu Grau.
"Next guest is one of the best. Cinematography is on the planet. His work includes a single man. Buried the gift Lady Gaga supporting this way in the recently released in my favorite movie of Twenty Twenty. The way back please. Welcome cinematographer Ed. Who Grow and how is life treating you today? Thanks for being on the show. Thank you so much crazy with the current enviros arriving to the US. You know we're here. We're fine you know Should buy these one. Yes I have to say before we we logged on I was looking at the visual through skype and I saw your beautiful daughter into what a wonderful you must be. Is that your only child of it was at your She's twenty months on. She might be thinking he Beginning and saying things run the moment so I apologize in advance. Oh no apology needed so I know you were born in Barcelona Do you still have a home there or have you permanently settled in the US? Yeah well you know. I'm settling the US here in Los Angeles. But I still keep my family. My roots inbox alone. So I have a house of Wego a couple of times a year for the month or something. You know depending on schedules on Organ Holidays and Family. And so on. So so yeah. It's always good to be routed somewhere like at least to do. Remember your roots lists you know absolutely. I know you went to school there. You went to sentiment. Auto visuals school in A Catalonia. Saying that right and Barcelona's did I say that correctly as it is. It's gotTa do Luna in. Barcelona are now Giralda. But yes. Yeah you said it much better than I did and I know that's I know that's those big part of your life and I also know part of your life. Is Your Dad bringing you to art galleries and really exposing you? Because you and I'm not just saying this because you're on the show but you are really really gifted at what you do. I'm blown away by your work. What are you credits? She was all of your experiences or is it. Just you know a lot of what your dad did for you the school. How do you view that I think the question but I would say you know we part of we grow up with them? It's a whole. It's a lot of little rock's on the path you know. So is the the schools I went to the university and changed my life of Li Li. You know even the school I went afterwards. I went to the National Philanthropic School in London for two years. So you know so. I think he's a compilation united thing. It's one one book path in on. Obviously yeah I come from Was interested in Raleigh on. But then you know I think that the most you know the the Mazda Boorda moment as I was growing Abbey was one one my best friend was. I wanted to study cinema. Oh you know what I would also like their studies senior running down moment. I needs like twelve. Would like he never become a filmmaker. He became a philosopher on Matthew. My and mathematicians and now web. You know so it's like I'm so life goes in the pads and Curran's and then suddenly you're taking with dot gerring go somewhere in on sunny. That's what you do enough so I don't know you know it's all out of a moment. Imagine you
"twenty month" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"In the next ten to twenty months it also let's say you got a wedding coming up you're building a house you're paying for a grandkid's college contrary to what ray was saying it could be stupid to put this money at risk when you know that you're going to need it relatively soon on the other hand if you don't need the money for at least three four or five years or more than yes i generally agree with the with the essence of what ray was saying it's just a lot more personalized than people think to put it into a soundbite so in in kind of going a little bit deeper and why you agree is it because of all this cash that is still sitting on the sidelines like like dallaglio said and that thanks inc since are about to deploy the money in the markets and further possibly push stocks higher because to me that sounds a little speculative in kind of include some shortterm thinking what do you think i would agree with that pretty speculative pretty short term pre can a narrowminded you know i say forget about the next five to ten percent move in the market or what might happen in the next couple of months you've gotta think a lot bigger so you know getting going back to ray i agree with the essence of what delios him but i'm looking at it in an entirely different direction i'm thinking a lot longer term so that thing about this last year researchers at ohio state university they took a major step forward in regenerative medicine it's this branch of science and what they do is they worked to find ways to replace or regrows oh i damaged tissue and organs also last year you got scientists announcing pretty major advances in something called liquid biopsies this is it's basically aimed at developing this blood test and it confined cancer early when it's treatable there's this also one about pain create a cancers the third leading cause of cancer death last year this research group made a discovery that could finally make early detection easier there's there's a lot of stuff happens in that that all helps it really helps because now i can see the direction that your head of ads actually there's more i mean this is just from last year there's no drill tooth repair my kid lost his two front teeth adult teeth the suit be fantastic right a new drug there's.
"twenty month" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"The twenty months winning pete as many as we can and then in the four months putting up a candidate who can win in that setting if we'd simply start doing that john reid win we'd wearing white there's the ultimate question why don't we do that andy it all began with anger seriously the the current division you know it all the current divisions all began with anger because we were let down by disloyal candidates who we worked our butts off four and they went and they compromised us into oblivion there's no the we have border we have no also they created their age all ages taken over i get all that but but much like a business or much like the football analogy you just mentioned you know what you don't draft every quarterback and have a winner true you don't draft every defensive lineman and have a winner you don't get every free agent that you think is awesome and have a winner you don't pay demeri as thomas millions of dollars thinking is he's gonna be great from that point on because he's not true sometimes crap happens right bright yes sorry get over it but if you've dugin in fewer and trench d and both sides of the conservative spectrum are you're not going to work together at any time things go wrong what do you do blame stop doing that folks we're not going to get anywhere if we don't right we can't blame your way to success nope there is no way to do it is here's mine i await a victor is mine our gene i could be completely wrong but i don't think i am okay because i've met a lot of the individuals that i know are on that extremeright the donor have any compromise whatsoever and i know those that a compromise their life and i and i understand there's both ends i will step out on a limb here and tell you that i for one don't think the majority that are on that farright first of all of ever employed anyone iran of business if they did it was their own with may be one employee they've never ran anything with thirty forty fifty people that they had to make multiple compromises on to keep their business afloat on a daily basis or in the cases where they were in you're right it's rare they don't apply it in politics yet they.
"twenty month" Discussed on Bad Voltage
"But it seems like they are hundreds of thousands of essentially auto generated videos explicitly deliberately iin the kids are usually these are things where that that did not completely generated by algorithm because they felt very much kind of in that direction and set up a quite disturbing inner solve unfailing robotic slightly unpleasant image recalled by you've got i'm things wave children's cartoon characters going to the dentist since screaming about it and then a bunch of disembodied heads singing a song about discipline cutting edge run a lot seoul with with but this is very kind of disturbing so of edge say base thinks the titles of these videos are fifty words loan as they will just kate meaningless words solid of key words that will show up in searches and it seems to be very much iin dr parents who will go okay well his the ipod three year old you can now watch videos on a buyback just type in the night hick had gathered to sleep all type play for a bad i'm so excited coming up high that kind of search and showing up as the automatic next play video conferencing i i and beat these are all counting some of the some of these videos are acted out by paypal so this those human import into this but it's a very so of straily disturbing edge to a low of these things cut a metallic robotics we it feel and he think why more of these things doing here at do we really one four lines as i in front of them it's it's it's probably some weighed artists not out of the aids age way too big b one could say that there are what are said hundreds of thousands of these i wasn't kidding it's not and many of them has lilian zoos and how which yelm cell guerrero h today's abdel seen this they said videos that basically just creepy and wait for kids right in that deliberately designed to be creepy advocate well let's get his argument either deliberately designed to get adc lakes in their mostly algorithm it the leap piece together in weird ways yeah it kind of actually other article in that the web is becoming aware these are hostile he asks aides.
"twenty month" Discussed on Bad Voltage
"What surprises me more about this is i think people have been predicting the ah the full of red it for many many years right this being more shit storms about read it i would argue in the last five or six years than than usual as they being facing this challenge between freedom of speech and cracking down on hate speech and and whatever else and i think a lot of people predicted that you know the eventually was in a reddit con exist oversee without is usbased like he was usbased decides to go elsewhere and as places like vote that really coal aung and digging years ago it just for me it said you know i just think it's interesting that the despite all the odds read it just seems to plough on and the notion to me of reddit as a as a public company is curie as not that because you know a lot of silicon valley where they actually earned their money is unclear red is question for you that your lunch enthusiastic may use us i read it tough times yeah i let ice every day you take no everyone who makes out a bandit from this sale what does ready i appealing due to improve my ready experience site abu show that we hoffa dozen people who now get you know seventy million dollars a pace well done and abuts reinvest as again he's the best we can out for the continues unchanged after ipo this is one another reason why minds it's an interesting after an ipo or one of the things that i think is interesting about this is i think of read it in a similar way to the way i think about craigslist so craigslist is deliberately i don't use craigslist astle but what i can tell craigslist is deliberately wanted to buck the normal things that are happening companies right it's it's retained its original look and feel it's it's very very much focused on walk craig once which is kind of different to what most people who run businesses one read its icy read it in a similar kind of ways that i would have expected read it to have gone the way dig where you know money was injected into it changes happened to the site that the community didn't like and therefore people moved on was read it has i mean in the six years the i've been on red it is barely changed.
"twenty month" Discussed on Bad Voltage
"He is his books are phenomenal for explaining this why it's a problem the thing that impressed me when i first read his books was you know things that you don't even think of the highlights the economy reminds you of and so in fact just go and read it anyway few not interested go gun read his books yes uh he's a good job i'm cody dr arnn has dumb up on geological they cd published i think tomase ice which of somewhere but on a couple of the name of the collection but they good at one of the nice things about dr i always he really practice what he preaches pretty much everything he veges crash comes licensed which means you beyond downloaded lease s ice four for free summit on his website he will have that collection of essays book which you can just download is like a you know in a pub or pdf wisely evita and it's will will valuable is a good guys current yes i met him very very briefly montzka he really yeah he was he was encountering signing for his new book away honors which i bo which are both my daughter so are dropped in salau whose clout i heard a big big low cuba bodies up like let's see you again by them shh he's incredibly prolific as well yes us enormous yaitah a good stuff little thing just a mentioned apparently read it might go public in 2020 which i thought was what kind of it in other news water is what what a silicon valley company that took two hundred million dollars in funding is thinking of ipo owing the craziness who would have thought i actually don't they i don't think ipo's as common as you might think i don't think they're extremely coporate about companies who have taken two hundred million dollars he'd been or will you figure that was a present of some.
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"I mean pc sales are nowhere near will mobile devices are like a raelian android device his activated recorder something ridiculous so anyway fat poet interesting so i first of all the emi has to go away second of all why did they think it was a good idea to put an entire operating system with a rupp web server running and bring three of processor ring volume this is the best or waiting there yeah it it it is a disaster it's just i just that wall michael's little bit that that that mix is still around still gary gerhard lasko i like that an antitaliban is a genuinely nice chap really does actually iit's a retired we tried to realize what arben armagard minute controlled by medics looked it up he retired two four years ago i thank you so professor emeritus now too as the hangs out in in the um the mimics community she's not going to probably going to find out the slack whereas running my tv now patrick volk let's a big douglasville gog as well yeah actors easily the most popular looks questions for or something it is one of the more popularly yashin's for where the officials like we're forum so patrick isn't in our community hang out says is that dot was very idea but bike it wa no it was one of germany's many many life well see leg wearing your darkstar log in you would never get into lennick so i i i will always remember the first time i saw that docks though look impromptu was like this is pretty cool so.
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"In fact i brings up against where's my daughter shut down and i wanna competition oddball lifetime free dollars lull okay that reminds me of to remember back in two thousand nineteen ninety six think he wasn't like that a guy sued pepsi for not giving him a harriet jet yes because those we didn't hear about this boeing on my computer making noise and shut up computer so apparently they had some competition if i remember right we could collect points from pepsi labels and stuff like that and jokingly pepsi said if you click seven million points you get a harriet jet adam and guts well it turns out that some dude basically figured out a way of getting seven million point i then asked for his junk are are their thing here she got seven million i think we did was he he put together way he won't back him up and said look i'm a oh you could bury that we thought what are you that's right so you guys here i just looked it up lenovo is some fine print in place of labels can seems to buy pepsi points he did the mass and quickly figured that it take seven hundred thousand dollars to buy the pepsi points need for the jazz then he hit the phones convinced five well off investors to give him seven hundred i however your job lynchpin of britain's superiority tribe knocked available for seven hundred crap yet had generally just not available right so now you cannot book up the about the outlawed by what are they make out okay roy czech knowhow it yes so they they the yeah there were two it went coats in the cut of fizzled out but i think that's one of the reasons why they have they have some like disclaiming now add who's right that was arguments subcompany where they said you will toyota.
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"They're not willing to compromise even if that loses the money so that gives him a little bit of i think it gives it some durable value but those at the same idealogues i think are going to limit bitcoin's ultimate utility because they won't compromise so the longterm value of bitcoin absolutely fascinates me yeah yup it's kinda similar to the whole free software opensource differences of opinion right you know the views of some that the free software people would need them it is because that the ideologues typically you know they're anyway you know what i'm talking about move on it i've something is equally confusing did you know the come piece of forums still exist and they're gonna be closing down next month apparently did not i could't believe this what i read about it it turns out that so compuserve was acquired by aol in 1998 yup ailing about address his while the one want a while now a us except myself well aol is now of off oh father that that is that his napa horizon and yeah parody deforms have just been around for a while and they're just going to dwindle than the shut them down on december the fifteenth i couldn't believe that there was still go home forms there was copies are read somewhere abou how in like 1998 or something i o l little competition on one of the priorities walls lifetime free doyle up someone is still at large love now in their fifty six some when oldham you purchased things you know they this is now part of the oath data center they've got subway i four six pc with a motive plugged into because they are obliged to keep output i.
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"So it was the are either the most elaborate pumping dump or a seemed concerted it definitely started in a very specific areas a started in south korea and taiwan from there but it's to to watch it unfolded there's an article are put in the show notes actually from this strategically guys that explained it very very well but it's a super along read it's it's so bitcoin cash was effectively indifferent currency right now you see this is a hard work bitcoin this is that this is the thing i think he's interest rates for cry but as i understand it an early on no toll show i'll just out of this correctly act all right someone said they said i went back this can't be the truth bar i heard it said that when they forked there they even have a copy of the block chain all the way up to the point which they did the folk which means the if he had a thousand pounds each bitcoin after they fold you still had a thousand belgian baked code on the bitcoin block try but you also had a thousand pounds the bitcoin cash that doesn't seem right turncoats honey just topic at without cobb possibly be the truth but know i don't understand and i would add i've tried to research these and it's the most confusing thing i've ever are fundamentally don't get these all like so is it wasn't it eighth about it on i should have put a pounding naisse but hayes years ago now at out all the money on its if you had one bitcoin during the fork you then had one bitcoin and one bitcoin cash after fork yeah we reject up a out he say no because bitcoin cash was not worth the same as bitcoin it's kind of like on your stock splits you have twice as much stock you don't have twice as much duller monetary value of stack paulo out sense is that the amounts varied yes five no problem.
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"Sauce right aids by be where it's up to you to test on on the one hand i can thank god gene how i've got my phone i happen to a moved it to lineage of westland two weeks now lead making birds coated work i then for my hospital bed i send a message to the linney joe as bit citing the emergency hold him so i can see him saying yeah that that that is an uncommon be our job to do there's no way we can test will be stuff realistically if you want that they go by staff of manufacturer whose job as the data on the other hand bit of a shock if you find the he needed emergency cool thing that it does work it's also a conflict of way of test again without it i actually wringing nine no no no no i won't bomb which is contrary indicate no that's not how emergency dial works doesn't collision on okay i'm how does who were on what i would highlight is justified phone is locked you hit emergency call in brings up the dial or and you can only use the dealer but you then have to press nine one one now i assume the dollar foyer so let out a recipe for eightyearolds thailand 911 all the time now guberina did then android two or something but it's certainly doesn't do it in any recent version that i've seen but then sorry professor smoked anyway goodbye katie far cooler they like ours you'd would only allow you to don na bondouy my only the law i don't know authentic.
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"S is and why anyone would kelch general science fiction is yet where it should silage just remind go k now explain to listeners who don't know assange is what that is right this is a google release android as opensource what the code islands manufacturers and so on can tight died package opting to their own version for particular found at drivers so on and so forth historically wilde with matter manufactures do that with new folk comes out there may be the next few weeks of android and then off that goes away off the like 12 months but there's no reason why someone else could in theory take the new versions of android which are opensource by move i liberal to phones which will ready on the market that's exactly what lineage does so it's tentative opensource people who will basically package up giggles opensource releases of android four phones that already exist that editor office things like features in options a tip lee available light that that might be distribue by larry with explode in some of their security stuff that's now in android but yes the they they support things like cpu of a clocking arguments announcements epithets by they do actually provide a bunch of extra stuff if you'll see tacky person but in my opinion the thing that they're most useful for is when your phone manufacturer stopped shipping you system updates you probably for the ladies people will not stop shipping use isn't the answer has that those findings system manufacturers who don't do that and support them so that it becomes the differentiator in management decisions absolutely and if cuba an ied only people during this debate charging a thousand pounds for found dead in a sowell three years li fashionable i think i am not even slightly convicts they said sugar to keep up other the body the moga boss before that so they released the november update before google dan.
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"But i've been following it a little bit because i do use feuerbach's a lot of the things they had to change to get quantum to work are the reasons people use fire fox them switching to web extensions and getting rid of a lot of the customers custom ask bility that they had was one of the last reasons power users used fire fox so trading a little bit of memory usage in cebu usage for that i don't know that that's a winning proposition daddy batteries the that means they are unlikely claimed the chrome strength which is a position you're never gonna be better than google it this this is the art the exactly the entered thing we talking about five minutes ago the there was a whole bounced off the kerb extension just combo because the crime dave arbitrarily because you can't do that us no extensions of four now i'm i can see what they've done good reasons that and that's valuable but far fox went not wigan about so you've got really extensions not just these little hubbell they basically a web page in annoy framing hair or four i piaggio allowed to use extensions and now they throw malawai in order to buy sleep on crime extensions instead and yeah i agree with you i think a whole bunch people are gonna go how dance really annoying well let's give it a shop maybe we can do it why don't we do this why do i use it and give it a joint interview in the next show i'd absolute i agree with that and this one i will use it as soon as it makes it into the repo for my yarn sauce let's hope it let's hope he gets into the next week out imagined it i mean as if other now here onetwo so i'm guessing yeah seven.
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"Sparked debate bubbles always having a speech corpus islands the the big players especially now in a wave echos in them and so on and so forth every day the someone use them they get more space to work with and its allies are visual are using them all day every day yeah vicious circle right if your if your apple you stop with a pretty good one and that's good enough people to use siri at which point a week later you've doubled the size of your speech copos everyone's without being it means you're very good at finding out whether sandwich shop is a not very good transcribing videos for example which is what google assistant brilliant archery questions like when did this person die unease hopeless during subtitles fiji years for example you know it's it's interesting i went to a little while ago went to some ugly invited to some missoula event in san francisco now at long and it was uh they had like this little exhibition area where they wish showing off what mazula does and this was about the health of the internet and they actually have some people walking round will it'll tablets and there were doing the whole speech corpus thing which i thought was quite cool and people were people were hey do you mind unit reading at least five sentences whatever and i felt that what a what a good idea it was it was it was quite cold advent though i have to say on a complete on a bit of a bit attention was a bit nauseating because it was there was a lot of talks which rural in a very kind of like canoeing we think if the children think the children of the future you know all this kind of stuff.
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"Yeah it's gonna be interesting actually because as android i think i mean with but i suspect is google it doing more as they get in more and more into the hardware business that probably gonna be focusing on make an android more and more quote unquote a great am to try and get you know apple uses more more apple uses over to it and i s i know that in a face that question of like i think a lot of people use android because it's a lot more customize a bull inflexible than amdro than than than apple and they're gonna hit that question of like why did you draw the line so the art of it to his group android has a brutally bad reputation in the security community and i'm guessing at some point they want to really i didn't know that awhile why is that because with that flexibility they do a lot of things that you're be i see is a is always a wider attacks surfaced right right got it interesting trade off as you could let's move us next language volcic's szabo interesting onestop way fox instead of people have worked illegal the coburn voice project crowdsourcing open speech corpus now we've seen a whole bunch of companies doing speech stuff but the speech kohl was the reason the google recognition he's you bad that microsoft recognition for example because they got access to a much bigger speech goalposts he said she late because they go out and every time anyone he's googly otago have where we make stop back to amazon decided same solar cycle it's really hard to compete because you haven't recordings of three hundred billion people say well david salvage shopped deitz of i cried so of tried this whole thing in the past a lot of people trying to source opensource available space age have used england lippi fox which.
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"If you could do almost anything is east two android waqf the ability to vote shelf scripts is through the lyrics desktop right it's it's a really good our task is interesting because either have heard of it or have never heard of it or without at you're going to throw your phone out the window like the people that are into task heavier hours an hour as our swings cribs what what is what does this thing i get what it is toss get fit well think you like apple script is to the mac os desktop l k can you'd example they expect it to you by that was not the same thing you pain up brain well well argued site where thank you think of it as the red bricks in legco hi i'm at understand she but but yet so since something like tasca can do all of these toss eight summer vacations of bill tossed reintegration explicitly but most of them have an task who still do at least some things where those because it uses the accessibility ap eyes right so it's essentially a way of allowing things to control your followed by a spoke to pay for exists building software only a google on now cracking down what do i don't know about is what people who are going to fall into the hall here where they providing a useful thing the google of no danger to provide is a real operating system ipi 'cause they're up just go why because each things like that the make people who need this whole thing prefer android to oil spoils go ecology loud and that you share of luck guess i'm sure this will be fixed in some way shape so i can see them giving something like less pass a dedicated api very specific thing but like you said four something like tasker i.
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"Right right yeah and i know that in the last version of android i think it is because i just notice that my phone they added new feature for handling those scenarios which i'm guessing is so huge developer the receiver its this is the you received from google we're contacting you because you're at battery receiver package name blah blah blah is requesting android that permission debt bind accessibility services apps requesting accessibility services should only be used to help users with disabilities your must comply with our permissions policy and they prominent disclosure requirement of our data policy and if you don't do so within thirty days you'll be removed from the app store and if you abuse of from there your account be deactivated so on the one hand like i said this is an absolute security issue on the other hand people are using these apps are used to using these apps and with how popular and easy side loading is an android will people who want to lose joined just side load and is that a better or worse precedent than the giants security issue that exemplify this is the thing big department the exists ability ipr issues they are by definition eyeball who do everything the whole point allow you to promote the old and legitimately help users with disabilities you need that deep integration yet part has lost jutlandia success but if you're one of the big examples of seven lost could have very specific 'need for and they could cite all we want is the ability to type a password into somewhere else who's up reporting live with the web browser to be honest with you and then we baocai chase just give us that a will shot up with something like tara scar the whole point of people who have new targets why of so essentially doing all poultry tossed on your phone when this thing happens and they thing apples of this thing happens do this thing and it could millions of different actions i so you can tell when i walk back into my house alex off the five o'clock at night and i haven't started this application in the last four hours they've start these other application atop he's thinking to impress this bomb awhile.