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Ex-officer charged in Breonna Taylor raid begins trial
"Opening statements are scheduled to start Wednesday in the trial of an ex police officer charged in connection to the botched raid that killed Brianna Taylor in Louisville Kentucky prosecutors say Brad Hankinson fired ten shots during the twenty twenty rate but none hit Taylor instead he's charged with endangering her neighbors none of the officers as bullets killed the twenty six year old black woman were ever charged they had a no knock drug warrant associated with her boyfriend who thought it was a break in and fired his gun no drugs were ever found Hank is and is expected to testify as are other former and current police officers and jurors are expected to toward the scene I'm Julie Walker
Paris becomes 'City of Love' on Valentine's Day
"Couples flocked to Paris to celebrate the annual Valentine's day against a romantic backdrop the lover's dream about around the world when the AP visited dozens of tourists stood with their backs to the Eiffel Tower the hands locked in the form of a hot twenty six year old male if they go on posed with the roses for her photographer boyfriend is like he's threatened me Argentina we fall in love we are in the Far East three hours in front of them and so in the end they found our and when you train with that you would need that maybe it's not like this but I feel like this I can tell because I lived this experience for the young Argentinian the city's romantic appeal is more than just a cliche we are in love so when you're in love you enjoy in another way if you see that might take a look at things a young man clothes spices is simply what better city than Paris to celebrate love I'm Charles collect as much
Curry hot, Durant not...Managers honored...Curley Culp dies
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree will start in the NBA the stars were out in full force in Brooklyn as Stephan curry scored a game high thirty seven points as the warriors down the next one seventeen to ninety nine Baden Bogdanovich scored twenty seven points and the jazz crush the seventy Sixers one twenty eighty five the clippers ran away from the spurs one of six ninety two in the NHL the Panthers are now eleven two and three on the year as Florida topped the New York Islanders six to one record quest with a goal and an assist in the win Toronto goalie Jack Campbell made twenty four saves as the maple Leafs blank Nashville three nothing Carolina doubled up Vegas forty two in college hoops to upsets of top twenty five teams Tuesday Jared Rhoden scored sixteen points and honoring scene all stunned fourth ranked Michigan sixty seven sixty five in Ann Arbor twelfth ranked Oregon got blasted home by B. Y. U. eighty one to forty nine and in college football Virginia Tech and coach Justin Fuente mutually agreed to part ways ending twenty six year run with the Hokies I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Tennessee pastor tackles gunman during church service
"Metro Nashville police say the heroic actions of a Tennessee pastor who tackled a man waving and pointing a gun during a service save the church from further violence police say no shots were fired during the incident Sunday in Nashville light mission Pentecostal church the police statement says a twenty six year old man pulled a gun as the pastor was praying with several people at the altar and told everyone to get up as he waved and pointed a gun at the congregation the pastor tackled the man and then several church members help to disarm and hold him until officers arrived police say he was charged with fifteen counts of felony aggravated assault I'm Walter Ratliff
Do People 25 or Younger Know What Happend on 9/11?
"Mentioned that on friday but saturday was the actual anniversary of nine. Eleven if you have a grandchild or child who is under twenty five. That means they would have no recollection of the event. That's a lot of people. Anyone under twenty five th and believe me for all intents and purposes twenty six twenty seven would probably fit to how much the remember of the in the news when you were six. I'm dennis prager by the way and welcome to the show so you ask them what happened on nine eleven. Just say what happened on nine eleven. Don't even give the year that'll confuse them can expect them to know that much. Two thousand one. What happened on nine. Eleven if you Have a nephew niece grandchild child and they are again a under twenty five twenty six years of age. Ask them what happened on nine eleven. My my suspicion is that many will not know and if they know they will say. The america was attacked by airplanes. I i i don't know if they'll use the word terrorist than i don't know if identify them as islamist on ice. I strongly suspect they won't identify them. Which is sort of like saying what happened at pearl harbor. America was attacked. By whom don't know the that would be an analogous example. So i if you have any answer to that love to. I mean you would have to be tomorrow. Obviously but i would be very interested. You send me an email. Dennis prager dot com. I would be most interested in knowing what the twenty five or under in your life would answer that question very good and then show them the preview video. If if you can't ask your grandchild or your child for five minutes. I don't want to the press you that shows year really walking on eggshells with your own child or grandchild
Louisville, Missouri: 26-Year-Old Sheriff's Deputy Killed in Ambush Shooting
"A twenty six year. Old sheriff's deputy was gunned down brandon shirley last week he was working a security job at rockford lane auto sales in of jefferson county. Sheriff john. Aubrey said the young man was rushed to a hospital where he died. The louisville police chief erica shields said shirley targeted an ambushed.
Is It Possible to Make a Profit With Campground Investing
"Had their welcome to the show. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you. I appreciate you. Having me to get started. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started in real estate investing absolutely so ten years ago i was driving across the country in a camper from florida. California saying in all these different campgrounds house like hey it's just renting parking spots. It's not just writing parking spots. However i started google searching campgrounds for sale campgrounds in my area trying to figure out. Hey is this something i could do. And i found one that was in bankruptcy. I called the bank long story short and bought a campground before. I got california so by the time i was leaving. California to head back to tennessee. I'd bought property. I'd never seen in. I knew nothing about real estate or investing at all ten years later owned about three hundred units and have rv parks mobile home parks and section. Eight multifamily okay. That is insane so you didn't have any real estate background at all and you just jump for it and buyer campground. Yes they might be mildly. Impulsive okay. i want to start with that. So how did you even analyze the deal. How did you find it. What did that look like before we answer that question. I guess had you had any real estate investing experience before that i was at the very first for rain real estate. Investing you'd ever done literally there. I didn't even know an rv. Park was real estate or didn't know what the word analyzed meant. It just seemed like a good idea. Okay so yeah. It's tell us from the beginning. So you decide you want to do this. How did you find the power. Cobb did you finance it. What did that. I deal look like yet so i started google searching. Rv parks for sale campgrounds for sale in my area and i found this property that was next to dollywood which is our version at disneyworld. Only we have dolly parton instead of mickey mouse in tennessee which was an hour from where i lived in our tourist towns. I thought how could it go wrong. I mean how could something next to the number one attraction in the area not dwell call the bank and they want three point two million dollars in they. They're like how much money do you have. A twenty six years old Have any money. This was a different time in the market it was after the market had collapsed so it was two thousand eleven so they still had banks that still had properties on their books. Were willing to get rid of them. In a different way than you can buy properties now. So they gave me a non recourse loan in for anybody. That doesn't know what that means would be similar if you bought a house and you didn't pay your mortgage in the bank was going to take that back you file bankruptcy or whatever the repercussions were non-recourse. Means you're going to have any of those repercussions and no money down which you don't hear of now. It was nothing but a huge blessing. And in sam's els book who's one of the largest owners of in the mobile home park in rb park space. He talks about his first deal and he says i was successful. Because i didn't know i shouldn't have
Cameron Champ Fends off Heat to Win 3M Open by 2 Strokes
"Despite struggling with heat related dehydration down the closing stretch japonesa Q. and a season changing win at the three M. open at the TPC Twin Cities I know this is the player I can be and it's allowing myself to be that player so it has nothing to do with putting stats are driving stats are iron stats the twenty six year old posted a final round five under sixty six to finish at fifteen under to secure a come from behind two shot victory of the Johnny Vegas on the south Africans Louis is Tyson and Charles what's so the victory was champs third career win on tour that's significantly turned around a very indifferent season which has seen him make the cut in just half of the events he's played on ground like us
How NutraMedix.Com Is Living Faith in the Marketplace
"I gotta say that. What impresses me about you neutral. Medics is that you live your faith in the marketplace. In other words you thinking there's a need for people who they should be taking vitamin c. They should be taking vitamin d. They should be taking this. And this and this. We want to bring these things to market super high quality and we want to give fifty percent or more of the proceeds to these missions organizations. And so what does some of these organizations that neutral medics has been giving to well Some we've been supporting Since the very beginning once called mission. One oversea. It's an acronym means overseas national evangelization and they empower national workers in their own countries. A lot of these countries where a lot of western missionaries would not go at. And we've been supporting them for about Maybe twenty five twenty six years And they they're they're helping to build churches They're drilling wells. They have medical relief All kinds of different but the focus is always the gospel doing these things in jesus name You know we're we're feeding were helping. Were
Cam Davis Wins Rocket Mortgage Classic on 5th Playoff Hole
"Cameron Davis is broken through for his first PGA tour victory winning a five hole playoff with the rocket mortgage classic in Detroit Davis finished regulation play with an eagle birdie finish the joint Troy Merritt and Joaquin Niemann at eighteen under name and fell at the first extra hole and the twenty six year old Davis eventually beat Merrick with the power on the fifth play all pull that off to merit file to get up and down from the rough it was the Australian seventy first start on the PGA tour and his win came in the second consecutive lengthy playoff on the PGA tour I'm Graham like us
Former J.Crew President Jenna Lyons on Learning Herself as a Leader
"As we mentioned in the intro u. r. j. crew for twenty six years and as part of that you were thrust into a lot of leadership positions in your twenties and thirties that you might not have felt ready for. I think we very much understand that. What hugh start to learn about yourself as a leader and about managing people. I mean i learned so many things i think the biggest and most of hardest transition was learning how to not micromanage lane had to step back and what that lever really looks like. I really thought that if something wasn't right or would. I thought it should be that me getting in there and helping and doing was the right thing but actually that can make people feel unempowered can make them feel not trusted and if you don't think they can do it on their own and so i have an effort to try and be supportive meaning if i don't think that it's exactly where it should be. I'm going to help you get there instead of just walking away. Make you fix it. Because i had felt anxious around my own experience of feeling like god. I'm not sure what this person wants. And i'm not exactly sure what to do how to fix it and i just had to figure it out and part of that figuring it out. You need to figure it out yourself and allowing people to do that allowing people to make mistakes. There's no vita wrong particularly in fashion. I mean obviously you can hit the mark with something and the client can love it but the fact matter as it could go a million ways. There's no right. China allow people to experiment and to have their own voice within that. It's one of the hardest things. Because i think you are particularly in fashion. You're wanting to create a look but at the same time that looking screen amalgamating of a lot of people's ideas because it's not always that great when it's just one you can get so much more when there's a group of people who are having a bigger voice and channeling that in a healthy encouraging way is not easy.
The Best Way to Run a Family Business With Business Coach Dave Ramsey
"So it sounds like there's a foundation that needs to be laid out and you've really laid out three phases to family business and you talked about this at our entreleadership master series. We did a whole day on family. Business and people were going crazy for it because it turns out a lot of listeners are in family business. So i want you to walk through those phases of before you get into family business during and after the succession plan so walk us through the first phase before you get into business. What are the things you need in place. What are the conversations you need to have what are the prerequisites you need to put in place. Well one is that in a sense when you're raising your children you're raising them to be great team members. Great employs wherever they go be. Honest have good communication skills to have great work ethic and those kinds of things so it's the ultimate training program for your employees. Your home for your children right and so if you raise children that have those skills. That's your prep work. And so if you've got a sixteen year old that's an entitled brat. Then guess what they're going to be when twenty six year old on your team entitled titled brat You know and it's a problem so you've got to kind of get the home life thing going. The parenting thing going Way way in advance. That's the ultimate pre planning for family business so it starts when the child is born three years old walking around. How how are you going to allow them to behave you know and so forth. So because that's how they're going to behave wherever they work whether it be at the family business or not and then once they leave that and they become adults and they're going to consider whether join the family business I've had friends that had family businesses and friends that are second and third generation family businesses. That they really weren't hardly given a choice. Just told if it'd be working here it's like part of what our family does. It was and psychological. You that's really a bad idea spiritually. It's a bad idea because you can be really trying to put a square peg round hole and just because they have your name after them you can really do damage to the organization and to the person so we told our three kids. Don't come to work at ramsey. Don't unless god calls you.
Biden Pushes Shots for Young Adults as Variant Concern Grows
"The by the administration is ramping up efforts to vaccinate younger adults against Kobe nineteen amid fears of a spreading new virus variant virus response coordinator Jeff science says the focus is on eighteen to twenty six year old soon he says may feel like the virus doesn't impact them in less eager to get the shot but science and Dr Anthony Fauci say there's a new threat to them and others the delta variant first seen in India and now making up more than a fifth of Kobe dying teen cases here the delta very it is currently the greatest threat in the U. S. to our attempt to eliminate covert nineteen south she says existing vaccines are effective against the variant saga remained on the at the White House
"twenty six year" Discussed on This Week In Google
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The Importance Of Creating Space For Minorities In Tech and Marketing
"Calvin welcome to the mar tech podcast. Thanks for having pleasure to have you as a guest. I appreciate you reaching out and honestly appreciate you for multiple reasons. One the subject that you've brought up his one that i feel like a lot of people wanna talk about an honestly aren't really sure how to talk about. And it's how to create space for minorities and marketing. And so most everybody that reaches out to me to be a guest on the show whilst talk about dsp's or software or branding and you actually have a real world topic in the real world. Things that are happening today happens to be the one year anniversary of the unfortunate and tragic murder of george floyd so feel like today's the best day to talk about minorities and your experience as a black man in technology. Tell me about why isn't important for marketers specifically to think about creating space for minorities in tekken and marketing. It will thanks for the question that it is unfortunate. That today has to be day right. The one year anniversary of a person's death but sometimes these opportunities present themselves the have a conversation about these things even though it's not easy from a marketer's perspective. You have to understand that i've been doing this in tech since ninety six about twenty six years and it still surprise so i go. Wow guys in tech loses some form of new building. It's happening having been around that period of time and so when it comes to marketing and what things look like marketing kinda shapes the view the way that people see products way people see industries. I would say now if you think of the tech industry because so much worse outsource now you think india you think silicon valley those types of things but there is an enormous black population. I myself have a group of. I think it's eleven or twelve hundred people. now. I haven't checked lately but called blackman coating was just kinda codifies a group of individuals just to say. Hey we're here and they have all these amazing talents and there's no space right now for that to even exist because you have all of these kinds of disparate individuals who may work for companies. But there's no groups are. There's no organizations that support that so martyrs creating space for that to even make it a reality would be similar to anything else that you see didn't exist until you saw it on. Tv sorted ads. Things like that so it helps to shape the dynamics and it helps to bring more balanced to thanks. There's just different things at different cultures. Bring any industry
Audiobrain CEO Audrey Arbeeny on the Evolution of Sonic Branding
"Interesting because there are a conic brands going back to the sixties at had a sonic identity associated with them that. I don't think people really understood what was happening at that time. And and now if you go four to today i mean sonic identity is is everything because audios playing such a huge role in our lives. How much have you seen this industry. Sort of take hold and you've led a lot of this. I mean you. Pioneer this industry in many ways starting eighteen years ago. How's it evolved in in the last eighteen years and do you feel like brands are starting to really understand. You know why you founded on your brain and your core mission. Well i just felt that there was a were about maybe six companies at that time. The twenty five years ago twenty six years ago. That were doing sonic branding intentional audio and it was funny because i found an article Cleaning my office and it was written in nineteen ninety eight and it's everything that we're doing now. It's more than your logo. It's more than you're jingle. it's your call center. It's your voice and was fortunate to work with brands like ibm. Ma like microsoft that that got it that you really it. I had that. I think i can actually remember the tones From from that laptop and and so there were from the design management institute I felt it was really important for me to be there. Because i wanted to learn so i was the only one out with the owner of the company. I worked with at the time. That was doing sonic branding. We stood out. This was my audience. Ma'am and this is where. I got an introduction Ordinary me joe. Joe meet audrey He's running a branding conference. She does sonic branding That's where i met people at microsoft. We'll tell you depth during the xbox three sixty and it was my foundation. And i was fortunate. That url powell kind of took me under his wing and always pointed out the work that we were doing and that was my foundation
"twenty six year" Discussed on Ideas
"Europe's last dictatorship right now. The country is held hostage by a self elected man and he's military hench madden. Before autocratic president alexander lukashenko came to power belarus lived through stalin's purchase the nazis atrocities and the disaster. It is a landscape full of what fell gina. More calls restless bones. Her most recent poetry collection is called music. For the dead and resurrected. This soundtracks really is a hello goodbye to their ancestors killed too early for her. Music is also a way of reburying. The debt i burn them properly one by one inside the piano key coffins to find a way to keep living that kind of discipline of musical. Poetry is what helps one wake up in the morning and agree to remain human for another day version of. Moore's poetry is full of reflections about silence memory and how to honor the dead reflections. That resonate here. As canada reckons with its own dark history and how that history shapes the present on the border lines of my motherland wet laundry collapsed in the wind like gunfire. Have you heard about my motherland. If you've heard about vaginas motherland recently. It's probably in the context of a rigged election mass street protests or a hijacked plane. Right now the country is held hostage by a self elected man and he's military henchmen. Their legal system has completely collapsed. There is no law that can defend you so there's a lot of fear. There's a lot of fleeing from the country. But as the hijacking of a plane has shown even fleeing from a contrary does not make one safe the ryanair flight was never supposed to end up in minsk but after an astounding sequence of events. Passengers were ordered off their plane and met by belarus's secret police. Their security forces removed twenty-six-year-old journalist and blogger roman prototypes bridge. He infuriated president alexander lukashenka by publicizing huge rallies against belarus's of state violence and repression has much deeper roots in one poem vol. Gina writes about the trees of belarus. And all the history. Those trees have witnessed nowhere else. You would know this clearly that the trees are not mute but choked they wind elements what we have seen with. All the hundreds of our is what we have seen with. Each of our green is take this twigs. Thira is off. Pook them out if those trees could speak. What do you think is the most urgent thing they would tell us about. Let's say the last century in belarus for me trees are the weaknesses in a country where there are no witnesses where witnesses couldn't have survived but a samba de something has to bear testimony. And i think that in my country in belarus the landscape the landscape of forests of this old trees planted by the ancestors no longer. They're not there to tell stories. What would the streets as that. Ours is the history of genocide a history of mass murderer a history of violence but also survival Resilience and you know. Something remembers landscape remembers. If they tell you. Earth doesn't breath tell them holland spring every glycerine with belt buckles of thowing copses tell them how brunches reach legged deaths. Helpful hands the food. We eat the trees with sheets under hiding from the sun remem- but nothing is lond or can be learned from that. That's a kind of a large drink. Universal question. I think we have to ask to ourselves is a species as human species and this would be true. Not only for belarus but for every country around the world including canada The problem is that as humans. We seem incapable of lauren. Anything from what we remember. That's why i seek my a refuge in the art in literature because literature for me art in general is the list didactic way over remembering it seems to me from reading your poetry that it is also a way of preserving history. Yeah it is It is a way to remember but not that historians real school of history study there they would focus on fact right on. Reasons and consequences is a poet. I'm interested in a personal experience of history. Yes wars take place. Repressions take place political systems common. Go but how does it feel emotionally history. How does it feel to experience. That's on an individual level off human beings in in one family because once we focused on that we see that is a history indeed of emotions or huma and joy and little happiness during the really dark times and yet the official history doesn't necessarily have room for factual history either. Can you talk about that because you know the stories of debt are kind of woven through your collection of writing. But what kind of.
Belarus Plane Diversion: How It Happened
"It was last sunday morning. In athens apple passengers are waiting for ryan ryanair flight to vilnius lithuania and among them was the twenty six year-old blocker roman prosser vetch and his twenty three year. Old girlfriend sofia paika. They were almost on the plane when he noticed that there is a man who might have followed him and who tried to take pictures of his documents and he immediately texted his friends. All mia hobart overpass. Oval doesn't but those kind of translated into english remain had written. Ll telling his friend. It seemed the security services. Were following me at the apple and even tried to photograph my comments. It's not certain he added but in any case that's some suspicious shit so the plane left for venues and when they were about fifteen minutes before landing still on the territory of belarus. The plane diverted. The reason for the diversion was a message from air. Traffic control in minsk belarus where there were claims of bomb threat for security reasons. We command you to land and from the from the intonation trump airport. Security's off Informed the email the pilot was told to land. it was some very abrupt. It was very violent and many passengers felt that the plane might actually go down so the cared and all of a sudden one passengers reaction especially stood out. Ramon started panicking and he tried to give his phone and his laptop to his girlfriend. He has a lot of contacts among bloggers and activists and he knew that security forces would must certainly confiscate his laptop his his phone so he started to deliver any data from his devices
Who Killed Yvonne Layne?
"April first. One thousand nine hundred nine twenty. Six year old of on lane was found with her throat. Slashed dead in her home in alliance. Ohio twenty six year old. Yvonne lane a beautiful vivacious woman rebound in a pool of her own blood. Her throat slashed. While her children's slap she was discovered by her mother who had arrived to take her six year old grandchild to kindergarten of was a mother to five kids. David thorne was the father of one of the children although he and a von. We're not together anymore. The murder of a mother of five in her own home stunt the small town of alliance ohio. David had recently been ordered to pay child support and in his confession. Joe said that he was hired by david thorne to kill von so we didn't have to pay the father of one of the children. The motive child support thorne was ordered to pay to the untrained listener. This seems like a pretty clear cut case someone confessing in a good motive but when you start digging and talking to people and going through documents the more complicated things get and it seems like everyone around. A yvonne had a motive to kill her. I i came across the case on the website injustice anywhere which has since become a staple for my research into lesser known conviction cases for my other podcast unjust unsolved. I covered an episode a week telling the stories of people who believed were wrongfully convicted. David was one of them. One of the incredible things to me about. David's case is that it actually unknown there had been other media coverage before the attack grabbed headlines as police hunt for a killer. Dwayne poelman who you just heard in. The previous clips is an investigative journalist. Who looked into the case for three years and at the center of his investigation. Very serious question. Did the system convict the wrong man. However that was over a decade ago. And there's been no movement since i said in david's episode of unjust unsolved that this case deserves its own long-form investigation nachos twenty minutes or forty minutes. So here we are.
From out of Thin Air: Belarus Dissidents' Fates
"Belarus is facing mounting pressure over its detainment of dissident journalist remond porta savage and his girlfriend sofia pay last night. Mississauga appeared in a video. Ostensibly confessing to publishing information about belarusian officials but looking extremely uncomfortable. Let's here on sunday. The country's president alexander lukashenko had ordered the payers flight from greece to lithuania to be diverted to belarus's capital. Minsk were arrested mr. His mother. Natalia has called on the international community to help. I said that. The person giving american president joe biden has called belarus's actions outrageous and i love. Underline president of the european commission said there would be new sanctions on belarus. This is an attack on democracy. This is an attack on freedom of expression and this is an attack on european sovereignity and this outrageous behavior needs a strong answer but putting meaningful pressure on. The regime won't be easy. It was very clear from the beginning that this was ordered by alexander lukashenko himself the president. The dictator of belarus ruled it for twenty. Six years are cutting ostrovsky. Economists russia editor to international audience. They said there was a bomb alert. They received an email over tanner's threat so the instructed the pilots to make a u-turn and landed minsk airport. No explosive obviously found because none were ever planted for the domestic audience. Interestingly enough there was a different message a few days earlier one of the security chiefs and belarus said they were going to hunt down all the opposition leaders who they consider to be
"twenty six year" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"As into tomorrow continues our twenty-six year on the air. Our next guest joins us from france or a france. If you will they provide a text moderation solution which protects people platforms communities against all kinds of toxic content online. The managing director of a company called guard is matt. Bhuta matt welcome into tomorrow. Thanks for coming on. How are you thank you. Thank you terrific. And how are things in france With the technology we're able to have you join us on zoom video so that we can not only see you you can give us an example Sharing your screen and showing us. What bodyguard is give me an idea. What bodyguard is all about other than my brief introduction. There buddy out is actually a technology. They i'd technology which detects in real time toxic contents. What will it mean by toxic content. Ease insults comments on nine Rasim homophobia everything you can imagine But we also detect cyber harrison's on top of that. Oh okay so that's especially good. I guess for Perhaps school age children things of that nature. Anybody but certainly school aged children that might have a cyber bullying issue and their parents are concerned about understandably about how to resolve that or stop it Turn it around whatever. So you're actually monitoring. I'm guessing all kinds of content whether it's on what i like to call antisocial media Or general chats or otherwise correct. That's correct so we've got more than fifty thousand people using products. Good new we walk sees. We actually protect this social media. When you put something on twitter. I find stance. We're going to analyze all the comments directly to you and if we think we detect hedge they're going to be deleted okay so now up Assuming what you've done bodyguard dot a. Is the website which you've done is that you've put in anything and everything you can think of in. I'm assuming english probably also french other languages. I'm sure That would sound toxic or would be bullying or would be inflammatory in any way so that you can kind of alert us. Perhaps i mean who who gets this information. And how do we then deal with it. Exactly the point is actually decisions preventive. You we need to act before the damage down drew the point. The point is when you know china restricting Hateful comments. It is too late. The damage down. They already like some there so we actually deceptive old the comments before reach people now of course some moderation options are out there already No no doubt you have apparently find tune them But what is out there that you think is good. What do you think is bad. How are you different. I think start with the big tech for sure you know. They've got a pretty strong expertise in the fields. Even vote the not doing great at the moment especially twitter but well. I'm so what they use these. Actually enmeshing earning Which is not doing perfectly good when it comes to derision. What they're trying to do here is to apply a technology to social issue. So this is one side of it. Then you've got the rest and the rest is actually left with keyboard moderation. You just put a list of key words that you don't want to appear on your social feed for instance on your pad forms and every time you see them you actually remove the content which is actually not a good idea to do because at times accused can be a good thing to have true for a good moment to to show my screen to give you some examples of. Yes please do. And i'm while you're beginning to share the screen and and we're taking a peek at what you're showing us so go ahead and do that. I'll mention that. We've talked on the air for example several times about how i personally feel that facebook Certainly twitter has probably been the worst thing to happen to society. In general in many decades wallet can be good. Information is very helpful. It can also be very detrimental as you. Well know. and that's why you're doing what you're doing so now tell us what you're showing us here about bodyguard on the first thing to say just to explain why we've got context to technology so we start with something pretty easy your social media so i'm not gonna ride with a perfect english something like that. So so you're writing just for the radio audience. You're let me let me matt Explaining to the radio audience. Who's not yet seeing the video that you just typed in your stupid. You are stupid Which obviously is somewhat toxic. Obviously in especially if there's a concern so then what happens when somebody has written something like that for example on my facebook page Whether it's accurate or not is a different story. But but the fact is someone has now you've added. You are so stupid. So the fact. I'm guessing you can actually get in there. Regardless of what they're saying specifically and help prevent it detect was beyond on social media social media phrases so we detect ima jeez typos. Everything you can imagine from social media just to give you an example And then here. What's important is actually the the the context if had no. I'm kidding dave stance here. It's actually hit anymore. Kidding okay. Pitches web keyword moderation as limited. How we resolve sure on a another example of context are not e something like that. You know i'm. I was say i was drinking coffee on high streets and i'm talking to my friend On twitter and when and when someone told me that You know. I was that say something like that. And they're going to out We okay typing abi word that we wouldn't be saying on the radio but you get the idea. The content under the is is not helpful. Because i'm talking to you dave as a friend. I'm trying to explain the situation. That occurred to me. And even the b word is there the phrase and the the comment shouldn't be erased from social media and again because matters as you said because because we are the same thing here. It's a different type of thing. And so because we are friends. And of conversation a friendly conversation you're describing something or someone but not directing it to me You don't automatically eliminate that. And i'm seeing now if you're just calling me a b word for example it says bodyguard would have deleted this comment because it's an insult As you analyze it as people go so that's fascinating but now how does that work on the various antisocial media this is for example on facebook or twitter or something of that sort It.
"twenty six year" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"That's a totally different situation. So earlier this month a twenty six year old from guyana also busted jfk with twenty nine live finches stuffed inside pink and orange plastic rollers to really the trying to bring finches into the stage Live finches all taped up to him now. Obviously they can get through the airport in guyana. Then they get here. Jfk and they're probably you know chirpin as they're walking down the whatever and then they get caught. I mean craziness and who to help pay ten thousand dollars for singing finch the a competition. Was this a thing who started this. How is it a thing. And how can we stop it. Where people paying millions for like little digital whatever that it's going to blow up that thing that's not gonna work. I'm telling you right now. Is that there's going to be few those. Nf an nba top shots. It'll be worse off than arrested. It's not the hell does a fencing. But.
"twenty six year" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"Trying to keep him focused on school. Go to keep them safe now. I'm worried i'm worried about him. Getting bullies like that like snuck stuff. I can't protect them from only talk to overrun. So i'm happy for this stuff for years. Those years w fast no no mixture times but i i daughter twenty six year old daughter. It's it is different kind of trouble. Yes i promise you. I knew it was a different type of trouble when he started wearing my shoes. So so guys we usually take home. The interview with a segment called dad. Vice advice for other dads. And you can come from the perspective of what you've been through and what you've built or you could just give us some general dad vice. Let's start with jared. What advice might you have for other dads matches Ma best advice that i have other dads find girl a hobby not just. I'm just joking not joking not joking. I'll be patient understand Even know something makes sense to it. Doesn't make sense to your unit. To say whitney says to you so just be patient take some deep pets. Take a walk. Yeah i had a glass of wine. Whatever you wanna do whatever you like to do. Whatever your vice nikon. Fritz you gotta follow that. What's your advice S just be the best adjective. I guess jeans talk to your kids. Kids be careful. 'cause you been there's more important you know i'm saying i'm now up you. Being in their lives is way more important than you think like. They they look up to they look. They look to you for guidance. So i don't know just try.
"twenty six year" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
"Is not my show great bottom line is you know why they don't know why you know are in it. I mean a lot of do well. We know what the church is onto an initial for me to really have known or meet a eighty. This was really on on like i said online to today no matter what the situation is bus. That burke at your brother's insist is that a talk or you know what. I'm seeing us for the church or us wants. Is somebody else's grocery store because there's not an issue we gotta look at reality. Shake off those illusions lucia. So what you really think is hitting for said that they were still like are women yet we into the mid game and most of them still stand on a quarter with their kids. It's time for us it again. I am not professional. have paperwork. None of that added smearing nine ramsey on the quarter. We've thought you know. I'm talking from truth and this is my truth. You know what i'm saying like we it's time for us to step up in ocoee cuomo and y'all and y'all snack on me. I'm telling you women when i come marching through. Don't wanna look into your history like on your shit and taking it for granted. Their comfortable look how many women and lahser nobody black black woman wars. That's another promise. Easy way out our our are are we keep. We say african americans but we're not round people. We have the lowest birth rate right now every other nationality. Why does your birth control now worse. So it's august no learning. I'm learning again. I'm i'm not one essay f men twenty-eight-year-old at twenty six year. Old one is soft and one treatment. Like i didn't feel bad for. We need each other. You have to find the right person. Excuse me and obviously. I find that person real talk. Isn't it silently. You take time for yourself. You see something else in yourself and other people that you never saw five people. They will john relationships. You know what i mean by that. Is you know he was his monday. Broke up with him on friday with somebody else so saturday. There's no time for reflection you can't you have time for you for you to understand what you do versus what they did wrong and then reevaluate. What maybe i was being asked about this. And i didn't have to be and things like this. Were you know what. I'll lenient. And i should have been more right so i think so as you see her saying that. Your mind being by yourself because in this in this timeframe you are creating and developing the best version of yourself. Ever having a date but you also now as you're on his path right get immediately identify. Who's who's beneficial to pray. Who's not your child. We're letting our light now trying to say is not is not even like immediately you see that you feel that energy and again. It's not about bill families having kisses about the he's like you're supposed to be more and we're still be for that sexual energy that sexual you one connect that weight right okay. It you sleep villa. Somebody wouldn't you say well you know my daughter's this every day i trying to spend not this but i'm gonna keep telling them. Society is jimmy law definition of mayonnaise. The signing dennis is really not what may have you. because you'll go which thing everybody else likes they. You'll never be happy. You are always you're technically checks. All your job jobe with them and you'll be unhappy. He will realize rate from. You know we don't we something to build a bomb. You build a friendship. The little bitty arguments will have her phone but this is sex sex sex any might not. We might not have a conversation about that other person in your household. Little move to you know what winning making good over resume. She says you do your one day. She woke up one day as you turn around. Is there who do sending years and i said i woke up realized that i don't know nothing. Our guy is so. She says he was sold off by his sex day. The we was not to check inside so many years you grill. You realize how. Tom can't get back. Get out out but the media. These girls building necessite ati where it gives. Our girls are teaching our young girls watching it. It it really. Is it the music or is it. Other people allowing of at one point used it. You'd wanna but now they're on that they know was our Gravitate in our people not even realizing you gravitate to because deep down inside we're used it on rhythms. Were houston south. Does you know not not for sexual day. Not for in ourselves. Okay you will walk out of here in in this state more. Money than past four females a bunch before four females.
"twenty six year" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"That when he was in the car won the hell you gonna go ahead try to taste them because even if you did taste them when you do taste somebody thank god. I've never been taste but when you do pay somebody creates an involuntary action within the bundling. So if done t right was in the car in the motor was on in the break was off or the current driver. Whatever if you go ahead and taste. It's guy he's trying to leave a lot. He doesn't have any control other bodies so he could have done something that that tim getting paid for the call him to spread uncontrollably into traffic. And maybe an innocent person would have gotten hurt or maybe a bystander will guide hurt or maybe there were people who warning car who would have gotten you hit because of the involuntary movement of the reaction of being taste by right. So what do we do with here. Where are we going here. What is thought process here what we need to go ahead and do that and again a situation where you thought. You pulled out a teaser. But instead it was a gun. You're a veteran of twenty six years. The horse trading officers. And you don't know the difference between a taser gun. What are we talking about here. Who are we hearing. What kind of trading are you getting. What world are we living in. Warwick dylan was people like this. What world are we living in. When these are people are to be are supposed to protect us. Twenty six year veteran training officer As she can't tell the difference between a gun and a teaser. She's that much of a panic. She's in that much of discomfort or being disturbed in terms of Keeping her wits the pull out a gun. Instead of taylor ticketing was a teaser. Feels different looks different different color. Could you even look before you fire. What the world is going on. Could you think before you do.
"twenty six year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"So that it would recognize the pasi nature. What was going on the crazy thing about it is even though we toll the world that it's a ponzi scheme the world is that dumb and they continue to loan us money and that's part of the reason that we haven't already seen a collapse in the us treasury market people. Still don't get it you know. Even with all this money printing and he's huge deficits and even with all of these price hikes bond investors are complacent. They're sitting there. They're staring at potentially double digit inflation right. The nineteen seventies on steroids. They're looking right at that and they're just they're just they're they're not selling their bonds. It's like they're like a deer in headlights. Right there staring at this headlight from an oncoming car. And they're kind of confused or mesmerized or scare so they just sit there and then they get karnei will. That's what's going to happen to these bond market investors. They're sitting there like a deer in headlight. they're confused. they don't know what's going on and the next thing you know. They're going to be flattened by mack truck and they're going to be dead because their bonds are going to be killed by inflation. That's the biggest. Losers for inflation is not people in the stock market. It's not people who own real things it's people who own paper or when by the way that also includes people who own nothing which is bitcoin crypto currencies. Because at least the dollar is on a piece of paper and so when the dollar has no value as money you can still do something with that paper. I mean you could ripe. You're behind with it. I mean maybe it's not the softest thing to us but that's all you got is better than nothing. I wanna finish up. today's podcast. Oh by talking about the killing of twenty year old dante right by a twenty six year police veteran in minnesota. And of course this is happening. You know as the derek chauvin murder trial is taking place right for the the death of george floyd in as it's going on in the same state you have more protests over the death of a twenty year old black man dante white who was shot by a white police officer this time a woman. Her name is kim potter said. She's twenty six year veteran of the police department and the entire shooting is caught on video not a bystander. Video like with. George floyd but the body cameras of the police who were on the scene including the policewoman. Who shot and killed dante right now. Of course everybody is up in arms again. Black lives matter them. Of course. I had dante right not been black. Had dante been white or had hit. Kim potter been black obviously raised with an issue. Even though there's no sign that race had anything to do with the shooting of course whenever you have a white policeman and there is a black person who is killed. It's always racism and now there's more Protests aka looting riots. Whatever you have. The streets are now once again filled with people who are enraged by what happened. Except if you look at the facts yes there was an accident is unfortunate that this young man was shot by accident but it is clear that the police officer who shot him did it by accident but the mob is not content with the findings rather obvious findings of the police department that it wasn't accidental shooting and the mob demanded this lady's head and today the the courts complied and she has now been charged with second degree manslaughter..
"twenty six year" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Welcome back as into tomorrow continues for our new year. Broadcast now are twenty-six year on the air. we're talking with the president of creative strategies. Tim baharan thing that i bring out a couple of others but the last one i want to leave you with is are very concerned about the fact that china is in training. Now has taiwan radar more so than in the past as you know. China has always believed that taiwan was a part.
"twenty six year" Discussed on The Brandon Triche Show
"All in there and literally guys. They're putting fenton all in everything. Everything including we'd this sprinkling a little bit in there because they figured well you know if that's addictive. This is more addictive. And and and the the measurements of fenton. That will kill you. A a match fencing. All will kill you a match it. A pin head of carpet will kill you. A pinhead. Now is a difference. You know car fan knows what they used to anesthetize. A big game like elephants and rhinos not much marketable stuff for it here but fenton is here and finals coming over by the boatload from china and i hate that sounded like the hills isn't oh well guess what happens they have pill processes and what they're doing is they're they're selling Zanex putting federal in the pill press and giving it out in the street and so what happens. Is you think you're taking his annex when reality you're taking fen off and you're dead you're dead if there is a match offense in that and what they're doing is they're making the entire thing at of world you're dead now. I'm not trying to scare people. You can't scare addicts. I'm trying to enlighten educate them. It's dangerous out there. You know like i said it's not a table. Contents on you know is not a table contents. You have absolutely no idea what you're getting when you when you purchase this stuff. Works abegg of anything. Anything could possibly will have gotten all at it. So you're saying anything on the streets. Anything like yeah. You're not buying it from a doctor per se. You could be right if you're not being prescribed doctor that you go to. Cvs pick it up from there. You're literally taking the revolver spinning the chamber and putting a to your head. Anything can happen here that that twenty six year old kid that i had never did an opiate. He's dead and his mother just loved him man she just loved him and he you know he comes down to florida trying to get himself right..
"twenty six year" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue
"So terrible so absolutely terrible says so. I mean we both were. Yeah see each. Yeah oh my god. Yeah the fifty nine year. Old mogul sues twenty six year old onlyfans model for being sexy in his house. I don't get it. She she literally would like on his computer and he was like how dare gb sexy here to see her in those super. He was subscribed to her onlyfans which doesn't make sense. It makes no sense. Yes the twenty sixty eight year. It'll be alive twenty six now. Well how far away is that from now. It seems like a long way forty seven years older. You know thirty two okay. I guess i might be alive. Maybe we seventy nine. Os eighty.
"twenty six year" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Welcome to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and stay on the show. It's another one of our missing pieces episodes. That takes a look back a little bit older movie. Something that came out before we started piecing it together and we you know couldn't have possibly covered because we didn't have the show yet at the time and this is actually a little bit older of missing pieces episode because we recorded this way back in october of two thousand twenty the week of the film's anniversary. Four k re-release. It is alien movie called three hundred from director. Zack snyder and joining me of course. Is this podcasts resident. Zack snyder. Superfan chad clinton freeman. You guys know chad. Who joins me on all of these kinds of movies and a lot of other episodes to. He's been here since the beginning of the show. And i always love having chat on and i You know kind of a polarizing figure in the world of film I like him. I is not my favorite. I am not anti snyder. Like some people I enjoy his movies and as we will get to in the conversation. I found myself really enjoying this one. I of course loved it back when it first came out but i was also very excitable probably drunk at the time. Twenty six year old male. So of course. I like three hundred at the time and i got to say it really held up though as an overall film i loved this movie and we have a really great time talking about it. So let's get into the same. But before i do to the show i would like to ask you to. Please make sure you are subscribed appeasing together wherever it is. You listen to podcasts. And if you like what we ended up talking about here you can review us on apple podcasts. Or pod chaser. F follow us on social media at piecing pod. So let's get into this conversation about three hundred.
"twenty six year" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Readout of the tribune. I tell you if you were staying at this hotel on tenth street you had a wild night because this just got weird so twenty six year. Old corey taylor old garrett bliss they were running from the cops they started it so the following the forerunner that they were driving. It led to that hotel on tenth street that i mentioned management said..
"twenty six year" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"So i was asked. Can you take win to dinner and it was funny because in cleveland. We didn't have many. So when i saw we were dry i was riding to the event and i passed one on my perfect. That's exactly where i'm gonna go to thinking. I was having dinner by myself while i was asked to. If i could take wendy dinner. And i said oh and you know and my a twenty six year old mind. I'm thinking i know exactly where we're going to eat. I take wendy gravel barrow. And we're sitting there now my jew. When is this you know he was the keynote speaker. And you know he was. He was the bee's knees at show so we went to to graco bairro and he says you know. I normally don't eat at a chain restaurants. So and my very nine month pregnant bit cells. I said.
"twenty six year" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Younger man. You the ball. He's used to it. he likes it. That's why he went after an older woman into there's like a certain swagger you get when you're directing a film you know what i mean like. She walks around there. She runs things. she's also an actress. Who understands what it means to be a hands on firm but gentle director. And i think for him. He's really into that. I'm not worried about them on the movie set. I'm worried about them when the lights and the cameras go off. And he's a twenty six year old and he's at home with two kids and she has kids twenty four seven because jason sedan goes is onset somewhere. How is it twenty. Six year old going to pick a bad life. That's when i would worry. If i were not saying that he won't rise to the occasion. But we're you're twenty six. You're not thinking. Oh my got. I'm going to be going to play dates and stuff. All you went deep in it. We were just talking about the direct them all the way home. Being on a movie set is like a camp. You know that it's a beating at adult. Can't you having a good time. You'd meals and snacks. You get to flirt and hook up with people on the site and then when the real war hits you like who has two kids and has to deal with co-parenting ensure the balance of of being the woman being the one that tells them what to do on said in you know has final approval all of this and then going home and then eventually the man no matter what age wants to feel like empowered in some way you can't just like she completely dominated every aspect of life and i'm not saying she is. I don't know how she balances say. I were heard that would be a headache for me. Because i would. She has to balance it. You're absolutely right Women power you have to know how when you come home. My father always saying you leave that job at the door who you name that boss at the door and you walk in as a wife mother girl. Okay thanks okay all right. This is kind of hard to believe you guys but today marks one year since we lost. Kobe bryant his daughter gianna and seven others in a helicopter crash. Here's a look back at what coping meant to all those he loved..
"twenty six year" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"How are you doing? I mean cuz the interesting thing with this offseason is they do have stuff on Gilbert and he's probably going to end up getting moved. So I think if you're making that trade that's where Gilmore comes in more so than a pick, you know, JJ Watts. And you know, I think of your life it's not for quarterback. I look at the potential trading that pick and and there's report that JJ want wants out and he'd be a great fit just returning Gilmore to a team like Houston in Detroit is why does a girl Building team on a thirty-year-old cornerback. I don't have to pay because I I don't think Houston Detroit fair. I don't think Houston believes they're rebuilding team. I think that way like, I don't think DeShaun Watson gets traded this offseason. I know they're carrying their rebuilding team cuz he just signed a six-year contract with Houston to make sure that he wasn't going to you know, be in a situation where he's off to me or to that's the tough part with Gilmore to me is that he wants into another contract he wants to get your own country this deal towards the end of his view of his career that he got ever even Scott with the Jets home. He wants that other contract. You're going to have to give up an asset to get him. He's a good player Gilmore that is destined for like Dallas, for example, who's desperately needed cornerback help for a long time. Since Byron Jones left especially and they are a team that's going to have that back next year. They have all the pieces on offense already in place. They just need to bring their defense together. That's a team that maybe would entertain No more dreary. I just don't know why a team that's rebuilding now. It's four and twelve last year like Houston is going to be interested in a thirty-one-year-old All-Pro because I think that when it comes down to it. They're going to get one more chance to pitch to DeShaun Watson. They're going to get one more season. And if you know, you have one season to keep your twenty-six-year-old franchise quarterback, you're going all out in that sense doesn't Stephon Gilmore perfect sense that defense was awful last year. They need defensive help..
"twenty six year" Discussed on Inside the Healing Room
"I suggest that you grab your nearest puppy or kitten if you have a human being around or yourself if you are isolated and by yourself you can do hands on healing on your self and it's easy as can be you just literally put your hands on an area of your body. That could use some support simple as that. That's all it takes. So if you're like. But i don't have. Anybody here is located in lockdown. You can still do this but if you do have family members what a beautiful way to connect what a helpful an effective way to move the energy and to not only anger ourselves into these new frequencies but also to harmonize with each other. Because you guys but out my twenty six year career even people that i just couldn't stand like i had a landlord one time. And she was terrible and she wanted to get a massage for me. And i was just like now. No and i kept trying to booker with like other employees at the spa and she was like. Oh no i want. I wanna miss ashra you. I've heard and i was like earned her and she got on the table and it was all love in. We were in that. Different dimensional space. Together we how of all that three d. aggravation and disconnection and we went fully into a good for de east face of love and heart. And i could see her beauty. I could see the real her without all the layers. All the masks. So if you have some family members around place your hands on them and open your heart and let energy flow and what might happen is that you find you feel a whole lot better and have always known this and so this situation reminded me that when we feel weird when we feel off one way to totally reset ourselves if we have taken time to care for ourselves.