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Climate Neutral's Austin Whitman Discusses Industry Efforts to Go Green

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

06:27 min | 11 hrs ago

Climate Neutral's Austin Whitman Discusses Industry Efforts to Go Green

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast I'm the host David Entra Cosso. During this podcast discussed with Austin Whitman, CEO of climate neutral industry efforts to go green or achieve carb climate neutral rather status Mr. Whitman. Welcome to the program. Thanks David it's crispy here. I very much welcome Mr Whitman's BIOS across posted on the podcast website on background collectively termed sub nationals, numerous academic institution states, cities, and local governments, companies NGOs, and other enemies across the country have pledged to become climate neutral. Journey this means that our greenhouse gas emissions our carbon footprint are completely offset by consuming or funding renewable energy resources and or funding reforestation or other carbon sequestration efforts. Though the healthcare benefits of reducing carbon emissions are crystal clear as I'm not previously be of this podcast healthcare providers in federal industry regulators are climate nihilists. They have been some ignored this issue despite the fact after the food industry healthcare is the largest amount of carbon dioxide equivalent. It over six, hundred, fifty, million metric tons annually or approximately ten percent of the US greenhouse gas emissions. As I've noted previously per research published in plus one four years ago, Mount Sinai research concluded. Health harm caused by the healthcare industries carbon emissions causes upwards of ninety, eight, thousand deaths per year just in the US. In addition, the US healthcare industry substantially lags behind other prominent US industries in publicly reporting their carbon emissions. Two weeks ago however Kaiser Permanente, the US's largest integrated nonprofit healthcare provider, and now it had achieved carbon neutral status. Meeting the organization had a raised as eight hundred, thousand tonne carbon footprint. Or Eight, hundred, thousand tons emitted annually. As. Kaiser noted in his nine fourteen press release quote unquote as physicians climate changes absolutely in our lane. Kaiser's the first healthcare system in the US to achieve status and listeners may recall interviewed Kaiser's Kathy Gerwig. Regarding her own. Climate. Neutral efforts in. May of Twenty nineteen. With me again to discuss corporate efforts to go green is climate neutral CEO Austin Whitman. So. Awesome of that as background, let me begin by asking you if you could provide a brief overview of your organization. Yeah well. Great, David I love that background because what you've done is I think shown a spotlight on something that needs to change and we hope it will change in the sense that climate is an overarching challenge that for anyone not to see it as their challenge. Is really mistake and one of the encouraging signs that I've seen in the last few years is that more and more people are taking note of the challenge and really picking it up as something that they've got to think about in their in their day to day climate. Neutral. we started a year and a half ago really with the basic sort of with basic problem in line to which is that consumer pick up any consumer on the street and them what they've been told to do To help, reverse or address climate change and people will probably tell you. Well, I know that I should stop eating meat and I know that I drive an electric car and I know that I should fly less. And maybe some other things too and one of the interesting things is if you if you think about those three, are you eating meat is pretty obvious when you pick up before you can say You know I'm eating a steak where I'm eating a banana driving cars pretty obvious and are you flying is pretty obvious as well, and and unfortunately those those three things only address a small chunk of the total carbon that each of us is responsible for, and that's because all the things the objects that we rely on day to day are the product of a fossil fuel intensive production chain or value chain, which we call kind of a carbon trail that stretches around the world. and. So the best the best idea we could come up with to deal with this is to create a label just like a USDA organic label that would indicate to consumer the climate impacts of something that they buy. So we can sort of turn the money that people spend on stuff. When it's not obvious like a, you know a steak versus a banana when it's not obvious what the climate impacts of something that they buy are we can. We can put a label on it that says, you know did the company that made that thing measure it's carbon emissions. Carbon that they were responsible for frowned producing that thing and bringing it to the customer, and then did they take steps to offset that carbon offset also known as remove or purchase a carbon? And we can get into those technical details at some point is you want And then are they working on plans to reduce their carbon emissions? So this is sort of the the basic designation that we came up with and the label launched officially in June of last year, we recruited about one hundred forty companies to get certified. which was going to happen from January to April of this year with the pandemic I feared the worst but actually turned out to be the best we ended up getting one hundred and fifty companies certified by the end of it so. One of the things we learned from that was yes, there's a pandemic if anything it has sort of reinforced the idea that there's a shared vulnerability across all of us that we really need to. You know we really need to to get together and figure out in the cases cove. It's obvious. It's public health flying in the case of climate. It's obvious. It's environmental one so. We certified one hundred fifty brands were now in the midst of recruiting more companies to get certified for. Twenty Twenty I. Guess The final detail I would add would be were restructured a nonprofit and Mission is simply to decrease global carbon emissions and to engage consumers brands to make that happen.

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Earth’s web of life must be protected, UN chief Guterres tells biodiversity summit

UN News

00:58 sec | 12 hrs ago

Earth’s web of life must be protected, UN chief Guterres tells biodiversity summit

"The Earth's fragile web of life must be protected for the good of future generations for human progress and prosperity. That's the message from Urine Serie General Antonio Guitar to the UN Summit on biodiversity on Wednesday in New York in a call for action to protect the planet Mister Guitarist insisted that humanity was waging war on nature. His comments come despite repeated international commitments that have failed to see any of the. Global biodiversity targets agreed a decade ago met in full twenty twenty opening the summit. UN General Assembly President Volcan Bosca warned that despite the importance of biodiversity thirteen, million hectares of forest lost every year and one million species are at risk of extinction. We also risk jeopardising food security, water supplies, livelihoods, and our ability to fight diseases and face extreme events. Ahead of the biodiversity summit, more than sixty heads of state made a leaders pledge to halt and reverse nature loss.

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Ford recalls over 700K vehicles; backup cameras can go dark

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 14 hrs ago

Ford recalls over 700K vehicles; backup cameras can go dark

"A problem with backup cameras is forcing Ford to announce the recall the automaker is recalling more than seven hundred thousand vehicles in North America saying the backup cameras can show distorted images or suddenly go dark the company says a poor electrical connection is causing the problem the recall covers most twenty twenty versions of Ford's F. series trucks as well as the twenty twenty explorer Mustang transit expedition a scape ranger and edge it also includes the Lincoln nautilus and corsair Ford says no crashes or injuries have been reported the recall begins November seventh I'm Mike Hampton

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Shell plans to cut up to 9,000 jobs as oil demand slumps

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 20 hrs ago

Shell plans to cut up to 9,000 jobs as oil demand slumps

"Royal Dutch Shell says is planning to cut up to nine thousand jobs worldwide by the end of twenty twenty two following a collapse in demand for oil the oil company says around one thousand five hundred employees have already agreed to take voluntary redundancy this year that is looking at a raft of other areas where you can cut costs such as travel his use of contract was on virtual working overruled it expects the cost cutting measures to secure annual cost savings of up to two point five billion dollars this being the slide in oil prices during the corona virus pandemic in June rival BP said it was cutting around ten thousand jobs from its workforce to cope with the impact Charles de Ledesma London

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Why some dems dislike Reid Hoffman

Reset

05:58 min | 21 hrs ago

Why some dems dislike Reid Hoffman

"Might, be here at recode centers on tech billionaires who they are, what drives them, and what exactly they spend their fortunes on. And these days one answer to that last question is politics. So I, try and chart the gusher of billionaire money flowing. Into American. Elections. Often in secret. Joining me on the show today here is my editor at recode, Sam, open hey sam hey teddy. So last week, we published a story from you about one of these billionaires read men, the founder of Lincoln Board member of Microsoft, a major democratic political donor. So I think this conversation is a chance for us to talk about why out of the many people in Silicon Valley could be covering why did we focus on hosman? He's not really a household name the way that Mark Zuckerberg are Jeff Bezos are let's talk about what makes him an interesting character in Silicon Valley. Yeah I mean he someone who? Has. A ton of. Money. But more. So is one of these people who sees himself as a quote unquote thought? Leader Right. He sort of coins terms that are used in startup land. He has a podcast which has tons of listeners and he's basically sort of cultivated this image as one of the good guys of silicon. Valley. And in the last four years, he's taken his billions of dollars net worth and decided that he wants to become the tip of the spear of Silicon, Valley's to oust trump and he's doing exactly that Nacho spending his own money but sort of serving as a port of call for all Silicon Valley so that's why we thought focused on Reid Hoffman. As a way to talk about the bigger story, which is the politicization and the new partisan ethos that has taken over tech over the last four years. One of the things that we talk about early in the story as we talk about his donor table and I think that gets at this idea that. He's Gathering his fellow billionaires to take action as well. So can you tell us a little bit more about the donor table and how it works and this big money machine? He's created for Democrat politics in. Silicon. Valley sure. So Hoffman is not just putting his own considerable net worth into this. A lot of the secret sauce of political fundraising that happens you know oftentimes in the dark at private meetings is the art of getting other rich people to do the same thing. As you to create leverage. This is someone who started linked in all about creating social networks to drive professional change and stuff like that. So Hoffman has basically created this donor table, which is a fancy way of saying a bunch of his rich friends getting together to fund the same stuff. So Hoffman has some political help and there are people who are other billionaires who maybe don't have fulltime political help who turned Hoffman they say, Hey, read what are you funding? Can I? Get Out essentially and read in turn will frequently challenge other Billionaires Ju to do the same thing. So sort of what this creates is this network of rich people were funding. The same nonprofits are the same super pacs or the same candidates behind the scenes and what the ends up creating is some organization really well funded others don't and no one really knows this donor table exists, but it's sort of is how big money politics works, which is you know without full Disclosure and accountability and transparency. But read is sort of the node of this new political network something I'd like us to talk a little bit more about is you know there are billionaires all over the country on both sides of the political aisle pouring money into the twenty twenty election and you know I think it's important to cover silicon valley in the billionaires here. Can you explain a little bit more why Silicon Valley is of particular note why are we focusing on? Tech Billionaires. People Reid. Hoffman when we cover politics and money in two thousand twenty. So at the core of read bins takeover of the Silicon Valley money machine is this tension that re dispensing millions of dollars to house trump and yet lots of Democrats hate him and the reason is Hoffman doesn't just want to fund the Democratic Party in the traditional ways he wants to fund Democratic Party in a very silicon valley way funding start-ups that might compete with the democratic establishment. Of State Democratic parties which are the backbone of the National Democratic infrastructure. Hoffman has basically declared a war on the Democratic Party establishment and that sort of has obviously made a lot of Democrats. uncomfortable. He's willing to fund things that push the envelope that some people have ethical concerns over. It's not as easy as well. Re Hoffman spending his fortune to hours trump. There's a lot of uneasiness about him and that makes them a fascinating character the fact that how? Democrats. Both accept his money with open arms and celebrate him. As you know a bore against what he sees a fascist threat at the same time, he's being very critical people who've made their entire careers about being a professional democratic political operative and a lot of ways. Obviously, this gets at a broader criticism of Silicon Valley, which is the respect expertise. They think they know everything I think a lot of Democrats feel that way about Silicon Valley in. But SORT MINNESOTA symbolize this bigger debate about whether any of these silicon valley people know what they're talking about when they enter a field that is not business.

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Presidential debate: Trump and Biden trade insults in chaotic debate

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:32 min | 23 hrs ago

Presidential debate: Trump and Biden trade insults in chaotic debate

"Tonight president trump and former vice president Joe Biden came face to face and then some for the first twenty twenty presidential debate we have seen our share of norm busting moments during this trump presidency during this campaign. But that debate tonight went well beyond what we have ever seen the topics ranged from the supreme court nominee to the pandemic. The night was chaotic. It was tough to watch on television. It got ugly at times featured razor sharp exchanges and personal attacks. The two hundred thousand people that have died on his watch you were here. It would be two million people. He has no plan for healthcare. He has like almost everything else. He talks about he does not have a plan. He doesn't have a plan and the fact is this man doesn't know what he's talking about. Are you willing to tell the American people tonight whether not you will support either ending the filibuster war packing whatever position I taken that that'll become the issue is order Senator Russia? Is it true that you paid seven hundred fifty dollars in federal income taxes each of those two year I've paid millions of dollars in taxes, millions of dollars of income tax, and let me just tell you. There was a story in one of the papers attacking paid through the worst. America's ever had the mayor of Moscow as wife gave you three and a half million dollars as. Deserve. Do with Peres on of this country's. Speaking of my son, the way you talk about the military, the way you talk about them being losers and being and just being suckers my son was in Iraq he spent a year there. He I got the bronze star you got a conspicuous service medal. He was not a loser. He was a patriot and the people left behind. There were heroes brilliant i. took. Up My son Beau Biden you're tied on. Are. You willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups. Do it I a give me a name. Give me A. Route Boris and right pro choice stand back and stand by but I'll tell you what I'll tell you what somebody's got to do something about Antifa and the left.

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Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 1 d ago

Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

"The first presidential debate of twenty twenty may be remembered for the nasty exchanges and frequent interruptions as the two contenders sparred on issues gripping the country it was chaotic to the point the radical left would use president trump and former vice president Joe Biden sparred over the White House response to the deadly pandemic with Biden questioning the president everything he said so far is simply a lie I'm not here to callers lies everybody knows he's a liar they argued over racial justice protests are you in favor of law and order with president trump saying Democrats will ruin the suburbs all these dog whistles and racism not work anymore suburbs are by and large integrated and you got personal when Joe Biden brought up the Atlantic report alleging trump had besmirched U. S. forces exactly talking like how are you doing I'm talking to my son beau Biden you're talking about I don't know but I know how grown hunter got thrown out of the military they clashed over mail in balloting to with Biden saying he would accept the outcome of the race once the votes are certified hi Jackie Quinn

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Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 1 d ago

Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

"The first presidential debate of twenty twenty may be remembered for the nasty exchanges and frequent interruptions as the two contenders sparred on issues gripping the country it was chaotic to the point the radical left would use president trump and former vice president Joe Biden sparred over the White House response to the deadly pandemic with Biden questioning the president everything he said so far is simply a lie I'm not here to callers lies everybody knows he's a liar they argued over racial justice protests are you in favor of law and order with president trump saying Democrats will ruin the suburbs all these dog whistles and racism not work anymore suburbs are by and large integrated and you got personal when Joe Biden brought up the Atlantic report alleging trump had besmirched U. S. forces exactly talking like how are you doing I'm talking to my son beau Biden you're talking about I don't know but I know how grown hunter got thrown out of the military they clashed over mail in balloting to with Biden saying he would accept the outcome of the race once the votes are certified hi Jackie Quinn

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Micron nearly doubles earnings on strong memory demand

CNBC's Fast Money

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Micron nearly doubles earnings on strong memory demand

"So dumb. I did check in with one Micron Bull Mehdi Hosseini over at Susquehanna wanted his take his opinion Q.. One guidance actually implies that Micron is well navigating the pressure. We see in memory chip pricing right now still a bully told me most basically because he sees tight supply and strong demand by the spring in important and markets that Micron serves light cloud infrastructure and five G. phones on the call co Sanjay Maroteaux talking about end markets optimistic that demand is GonNa keep improving throughout twenty twenty one. But the short term outlook he said did weekend pandemic has taken a toll on the economy for example, enterprise demand has softened also. Restrictions on Weiwei Micron did halt shipments to that Chinese giant on September fourteenth while we does account for about ten percent of Micron sales

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Self-driving cars are still going to take a long time, people

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:06 min | 1 d ago

Self-driving cars are still going to take a long time, people

"A few years ago I visited a super promising company called Lanar which makes light our technology or light detection and ranging. It's the technology that helps autonomous cars. See the world around them now luminary is going public it plans to enable autonomous driving on highways, but only on highways by twenty, twenty two, it's kind of like what Tesla promises with autopilot accept less human intervention is required. Austin Russell is CEO and founder of Luminaires. He told me. Yeah. Getting self driving cars working in cities is really hard but autonomous highway driving is easier and cheaper. You'll actually be able to get on a highway with this enable autonomous mode. You know take your hands off is off read a buck, use your phone work on your Laptop Watch a movie, take a nap, and then a couple of minutes before the final exit of planned manual take over to drive to the final destination we're talking you know cost on the order of one. Thousand Dollars as opposed to one hundred, thousand dollars for these kinds of autonomous vehicles. That's something. They can actually put into a consumer vehicle something that you could buy this approach though has also been referred to as kind of mushy middle of automation. We've already sort of seen people over rely. Let's say on technology like autopilot not take control when they need to this feels like it almost even increases the opportunity for that like straight up go to sleep on the freeway and the expectation is I'll wake up in time to take my exit. I can kind of see where that could go wrong in a hurry. The main difference between a level two assisted driving system and an automated driving system like in this case, it has end end functionality within a given operational domain. That's really what is there you know ultimately, it's up to the OEM to determine the specific functionality and domain on the day specifically determined and fully tested and validated over these areas ukases to be safe in you know I. It doesn't necessarily mean that initially every car that you buy, we'll be able to convert a transformer into asleep pot. I understand the technical difference. That, you're describing between autonomy assisted, driving I suspect most consumers will not, and we actually know that most consumers use us to driving in a way that is frankly closer to. Drivers would behave if they were expecting full autonomy, you know. But. It feels like a distinction without a difference and. Then anything that goes wrong is really highly publicized. Does that ultimately hurt adoption you know does taking a stair step approach make the long-term adoption. Less likely because there's a lack of trust. The answer is as it relates to systems day right now absolutely I mean the the amount of folks that are calling assist driving systems autonomous right now I'd say it actually happens more often than not. You know in described inaccurately than accurately and. It will an has posed challenges for sure I, mean even for the you know for the various accidents that have happened today, all of these systems are because. They rely on a backup driver to be constantly paying attention because he would be getting an accident left and right. If there wasn't anyone paying attention, they don't pay attention for some finite amount of time. That happens to be that time when they didn't need to be and then it gets an accident and either leads to some kind of serious injury or fatality, which is extremely unfortunate. It gives the whole autonomous vehicle space of a bad name for those things. It's like, okay. Well, why didn't want to prevent it? Well, it wasn't designed to do that was not the purpose of what that technology is in this current state. So there needs to be a very clear distinct difference I. Mean. That's why when we're talking about the deployment of this kind of system. It really is an has to be before it's deployed otherwise, it just won't be deployed. Safer, than human level capability in the operating domain that is defined to be in, there has to be very clear lines very clear distinction. I don't think to be frank. There's a huge use case for us the the level to assist driving systems that are out there today I think it's to be frank a little bit gimmicky in the sense that. It kind of as you said, lows you into a false sense of security that you can. Kind of you know take your hands off relax. The reality is, is that just like when you're driving at any other point anything can happen at any moment you have to be ready to take over at an instantaneous notice you know on average it'll maybe only give you a a second heads up. Before, you actually need to take over. So I think that's where there needs to be a fundamental shift there needs to be very clear distinction and when you're operating in autonomous mode. With, our sending system software on the car that's where you know. On average would be safer than human level capability that that's the baseline level of what's needed to be able to see this through. On these vehicles. So in that respect domain. I feel like when we talked a couple of years ago you were the guy who's GonNa. Fix It all and I wonder like why not just kind of go all the way? Why not be the person who solves the urban autonomy problem why not release the full end end solution? The way that it is, this is the entry way into the long-term vision around you level for five rebel taxis. The main challenge though is there has to be a commercially viable application of the technology in the near term to be able to really ensure this industry get successfully realized from a data perspective if you WANNA be able to successfully deploy something outside of one specific city you're. Going to need a huge amount of high quality data including this three light our data everywhere around the world we'll have our own fleet out on the road giving data back to be able to better inform the system, and that's the kind of foundation. You can build a global scale urban Robo taxi system off of not just the near Trump Lauder Austin wrestles CEO and founder of luminaires her.

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Trader Joes Reserve Carneros Chardonnay 2019 Review

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:32 min | 2 d ago

Trader Joes Reserve Carneros Chardonnay 2019 Review

"Then from cheap wine finder.com with a wine review today from Trader Joe's they actually have some interesting wines right now. There is a deadline blood or they were supposed to be a wine glass. Mostly Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley and covid-19 is kind of shut down restaurants sales and you know, there's the fires out there are doing anybody any favors right now, but that's where we're at. And so they're starting to see and Trader Joe's has a bunch of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. This isn't one of them. This is let me grab the bottle so I get it right. It's the Trader Joe's Reserve Chardonnay canero. Snap Valley 2019 lot 204. Keep in mind the 204 cuz there's also a 205 lot 2:05 and I believe that is a different producer Jim. All together. These are small production lines from a high-end growing area. This is a crime chardonnay pinot noir grow name is Richard name the 2019. So too young why not drink and now one but that's fine. Drinking now lines are usually made simply let those grapes shine through, you know, you're you know in not a lot of age and not a lot of this has some but not a lot and it just lets the grapes be nice and juicy and bright and when you have upscale groin area with expensive types with high-end Vineyards will have a young lion that what's the grapes shine through was a very very nice thing. Canaris is half and Sonoma happened. Napa Valley funny thing I'm going to label if it's in the Napa Valley where The Vineyards are that will be on the label. If it's on the snow my side to the second Narrows, you know, I guess that's being Snappy or something to take a sip. It's pretty good stuff. Nick an arrow Southern border even though it's Inland is the San Pablo Bay which is the northern part of the San Francisco Bay which has brings very cold cold pack Waters all the way Inland and you get the breeze as you get your basically on the coast, even though you're Inland and so it's kind of a freak of nature in the truest sense that it makes good wine that The back label said it was made by a good Winery and I couldn't really find an avid Winery but there isn't in the same town. They're from there's an avid Vineyards. Who do I end up, you know the wire in the exact same city, so it might be a part of that and they're high-end producer and I kind of think this wine is from a high-end booster. They bought the grace we can narrow so they made it wherever in Sonoma Coast region because the bottles a heavy bottle when you get these $10.99 off but usually a lightweight Echo bottle so it's less glass and cheaper to transport since it's a lighter weight wage actually has a real Court which you know for it's a line and should have I keep my quirks, but I have a whole bunch of them and it's so rare. It's always these kompas. Some of these plastic things or I don't know that's why I'm you know, you know, you should put screw Tops on if you're going to use these crappy things just put screw times, but this one actually has a very decent quarterback, but young wine one you wouldn't age so sign up like thick cork but it's way better than ninety-nine ninety-nine and Trader Joe's chardonnays normally have so it's need to be ironed grapes from a producer isn't really always that into making value-priced wines. It seems they don't tell you much about these things. You have to guess on what you get off, but that's what I'm guessing. It's from caneros. It tastes really good. It's a young one. Like I said the Young Lions are style. That's another thing and canaris. They don't make you online. This is Page nineteen if they just went in 2018 and made the line little more complicated a little bit longer and Barrel they can sell it for twenty twenty five dollars. You know, why solo / 999 that's one of the things at Trader Joe's Is actually kind of cool for Trader Joe's will give you a drink at now young wine with really upscale grapes. You don't really get that everywhere and that's kind of one of those when they really good things about about you know, people say, oh it's cheap wine iron. You got it all wrong you getting these unique wines up. You can't always get everywhere. So yeah keep that in mind if you if you off at the 205 lot 205 is in your store will like this isn't going to tell you everything this is for the lot 204 but it's really good. If you're into Chardon eight by it off. It's it's plenty good. It's some it's a taste of Carneros grapes that you're not going to get at this price bed. So there you go. So keep it cheap. Children out

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Capcom Talks Gameplay Changes for Resident Evil Village

What's Good Games

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Capcom Talks Gameplay Changes for Resident Evil Village

"So Capcom releases new resident evil village footage looking to port to ps four and xbox one this comes from bloodied. So Capcom has dropped new footage for resident evil village during their panel at twenty twenty before things started Capcom announced that they are looking support village the playstation four and Xbox one quote while reservoir village is being developed specifically for next generation consoles in. Burlington into delivering experience on position for and xbox one as well. Producers coned said during that Capcom social program quote we're looking into it, but we can't make any promises. However, we'll do our best to create a top tier survival war experience on current generation consoles. So wholesome appear meanwhile the developer diary entitled the making of Resident Evil. Village Winter Comes Ethan Clarkson at six minutes and focuses on the protagonist ethan winters.

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Tribal plaintiffs claim victory in U.S. Census lawsuit

Native America Calling

03:53 min | 2 d ago

Tribal plaintiffs claim victory in U.S. Census lawsuit

"This is national. Native News Antonio Gonzalez leaders of the Hilo, River Indian community and the Navajo Nation say they scored a victory in litigation to make sure there's a complete and accurate US census count the tribes another plaintiffs requested census operations continue through October thirty first instead of the end of September last week Federal Court ordered the twenty twenty cents count to continue until the end of October governor. Steven. Rayle Lewis in a video message to his community decisions to complete the census in September due to an appeal that could give us some more time for us to keep working together count up. But the United States has already appealed that ruling and it may end up going to the supreme. Court. So data extension is far from certain and counting could come to an end as soon as thirtieth. So we have to go by what we know. That we have until September thirtieth for anyone who has not completed the census to fill out there for the census was initially planned through. October thirty first. But in August the trump administration shorten the time setting a new deadline in September Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez in a statement praise the ruling and said, the pandemic has been a setback creating many challenges to get people counted especially in rural areas. As of Thursday the Navajo nation's response rate for the twenty twenty cents. This was only twenty point five, percent thirty percent of he'll river Indian community members have not completed the census this summer the Census Bureau reported the National Response Rate was more than sixty percent. Last week the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia determined. Alaskan. Native corporations are not tribal governments under the cares act and not eligible for funds. The ruling is a win for tribes sued over Alaskan native corporations getting a share of the eight billion dollars in cares act funds for tribes tribes, which filed the litigation and include some Alaska tribes. Claim only tribal governments should be allocated cares act dollars. The court held that an sees are not federally recognized tribes and include some of the largest and most profitable corporations. Alaska an appeal is likely. The AMC's have the support of Alaska's congressional delegation about five hundred, million dollars in cares act funding remains for tribal governments, how it will be dispersed if tribal plaintiffs. In to be determined. Hopi Tribal Chairman Timothy New von Jemma is asking you senators to reauthorize the Special Diabetes Program for. Indians. He testified virtually last week before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs the Hopi tribe in Arizona has utilized the program for more than twenty years to provide diabetes prevention through education fitness and finding ways to address food insecurity. The community health approach also incorporates Hopi Culture. The pandemic has impacted in person services which are now virtual. We're currently offering the wide array of online fitness classes for Monday through Friday including native fitness which incorporates traditional Hopi Song and dance. In addition ages DP is hosting the fitness books challenge were participants earned fitness bucks by completing a virtual fitness class. Classes. That are held in hope you wellness centers facebook page they just DP also modified to programs that celebrate the hoagies long standing tradition of running. The Twenty Eighth Annual Hundred Mile Club. Event just wrapped up and despite it being virtual, there were nearly eight hundred participate participants, ages five and up legislation introduced. The summer seeks to reauthorize the special diabetes, program for Indians for an additional five years and increased funding to two hundred million dollars per year I mean Antonio Gonzalez.

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Interview with Black Voters Matter Cofounder, Latosha Brown

The Electorette Podcast

03:27 min | 2 d ago

Interview with Black Voters Matter Cofounder, Latosha Brown

"Well Brown welcome to the white cast. Why do I always want to call you miss latasha brown I don't know. that. Is My social media handles. That's what I say. I have to tell you this quick story. So a few years ago it feels like a lifetime ago but a few years ago I was talking to this friend I was like you know what? After the two thousand, sixteen, election I said the stuff that happened in Wisconsin and all of the Voter Suppression Never Reading Carol Anderson's Book One Person No vote and I was just so mad I said you know what somebody needs to go to all these black communities and just tell them what they're facing. You just get everybody out and she was like somebody's doing that. I was like I was like who and she said have you heard? Tauscher problem and I was like, no let me look around as I've been following you ever since and then I thought that fuss and I was just so inspired by you. Will thank you for. One the platform that you have, I'd love these talks and so really happy to be a pardon is in addition that I think that that's part of the process at the we need to really talk about this more. You know we talk about this from. Within a political kind of paradigm perspective of you know who's the candidate who's a party but I do think we need to have more conversations around what are we really fighting for like what is it that we really need to do this in our communities and really like really like the state a democracy where is democracy in what our role in it, and so we need to have some real honest conversations that are grounded in what we have to do as we the people to make sure that we've got democracy I think that's real important. Then is important. Where's the bus now by the way? Is. Actually. Went to semi. Retire with the buses not been moving around as much as she normally does not do have really did news. So I have good news because it is twenty twenty. This is a near that were all kind of in quarantine than I remember seeing this article about quarantine babies there was going to be generation of that came out on because of quarantine we're all in the house and I guess the same thing happened with our bus because we've got a fleet of baby buses. Now, we started putting on road. We've got twenty hunters that we have in all eleven of our. So we got we got big. Mama. Bus. Baby buses. Going all around black communities particularly, the states that we're working in to encourage and inspire people to vote really be met to our partners and bring some energy and excitement. But we also actually such a single town of function to we've got. As you see the bus, you see our baby bussing got these big qr codes on the sides on all sides of it. So you can literally just point your phone up or take a picture in automatically will pop up on your phone is you can get access to checking your status whether you're registered to vote to be able to get a registration form if your state doesn't online right there on the spot and then three out information about the deadline for registration and early voting and. Go, go down to the details of where you're GONNA place. So we're hoping to use technology in particular kind of way, and we've changed the design of the bus and we've added it to to our baby buses and our big bus but we are launching are we got power Mona outreach tour on eighteenth because that's national black voter day

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New Schizophrenia Guidelines

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

03:44 min | 4 d ago

New Schizophrenia Guidelines

"Lot has changed since 2004 when the APA the last road practice guidelines on schizophrenia this September and twenty-twenty. They updated those guidelines and here's a few of the key changes. There's less emphasis on divorce pushing between the conventional or first generation antipsychotics and the second generation or a typical perhaps because the Katy Trail put an end to the notion that the newer ones are better tolerate or the older ones are more effective, but the guidelines do Place greater emphasis on clozapine. They recommend clozapine after a patient has failed to respond to two trials of a guy psychotics and they Define failure of response meaning less than a 20% response and unlike the 2004 guidelines. They don't require that one of those trucks. Else be with the first-generation antipsychotic. They also recommend clozapine first line for a number of patients, which when you think of it is a lot of people with schizophrenia, those are people with suicidality problematic aggression and potentially with tardive dyskinesia. That doesn't respond to other options. The guidelines do go into great detail on how to treat side effects to antipsychotics. They list metformin as first-line for weight gain and metabolic syndrome and they list the vmat2 Inhibitors two of which are like ft approved and one of which are not all is first line for tardive dyskinesia. That's one area where I might differ from the guidelines they seem to emphasize these FDA-approved treatments, which actually have a fairly poor number needed to treat and not-so-great tolerability and are extremely expensive at $80,000 a year and they give real short shrift wage. Other options for tardive dyskinesia things like ginkgo biloba extract Keppra and amantadine which were actually given more emphasis in the neurology guidelines wage in several places. The guidelines give Credence to the idea of checking blood levels on antipsychotics to see if the patient is actually taking them a lot of authors of advocated for this and the fact here is that you just don't know if the patient is taking it even though the blood levels of most antipsychotics don't correlate with any therapeutic level except for clozapine where the therapeutic effects are greater above blood levels of 350. It's still useful to check them before moving to clozapine because you don't know if the patient even took the medication that you gave them too often. They don't and perhaps the biggest and most welcome change here is the emphasis on psychosocial therapies while they were recommended in a more generic form in 2004 here they recognized A whole host of specific psychosocial programs for people with schizophrenia so they can get their lives back. Here's one that was striking to me. They recommend that all first episode page be treated and something called a coordinated Specialty Care Program. These are things that have been researched since 2004 and shown to improve outcomes. They are team based programs incorporate both medications along with education resiliency training family therapy and vocational rehab sounds like a full pallet of what people need when they're going through them first episode too bad. These programs are hard to find but they're starting to Institute the more public Mental Health Centers and some academic centers have them but helpfully the guidelines do give you a reference to free resources where you can train your staff to start one locally

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National Public Lands Day with Ashley Lusk

Podcast Gumbo

03:06 min | 5 d ago

National Public Lands Day with Ashley Lusk

"Hey Paul Ashley here I am excited for you to tell me all about National Public Lands Day the only thing keeping me saying during the pandemic has been the ability to take my dog and my partner and get in our car and drive to the middle of nowhere and most often that middle of nowhere is usually a state or local or National Park and what I love about these public lands is that anyone can come for a very low price or no price and really find and discover the great outdoors. So Paul tell me more about what makes them so special. Thanks. Today September Twenty Six, twenty twenty is National Public Lands Day the reason I give you the date and year is because this National Day officially falls on the four Saturday of September every year the goal this day which started in Nineteen ninety-four is to volunteer your time by visiting your favorite public land and doing some good like repairing trails or electing trash due to the pandemic psalm not all annual events have been canceled but have no fear of course there are some virtual events I will put a link in the show notes to help you find one. If you do get to your favorite public spot, you can share your story using the public land's Day take. Today's first recommendation is from the she explores podcast it's an interview with advocate Katie Boue. She is an advocate for the outdoors, but Katie explains that she does a lot of our advocating using social media but she also make sure to note that you need to take your actions out into the real world. My guest today is Ashley Lusk. I know Ashley because she is the Co editor of the Bello Collective a publication about audio and podcasts. As a little side note, Bello is a wonderful community that anyone can join in converse with a lot of podcast. Loving people over slack. Outside her work with the Bello collective actually has developed audience strategies for shows like Dolly Parton some MERICA Radio Lab Nancy and great big story. Since. That's a lot of podcast options. I'm not sure. I, can pick just one. But if I must I give you one of my favorite radio lab episodes, it's called the punch line and it's about hockey goon. John Scott who ended up playing in the NHL are game against a lot of odds. You don't have to be a hockey fan to enjoy it. For a third episode, Ashley Recommends P Line from the California love podcast. Ashley says and I quote. California love is a gorgeous and wide-ranging series and I hope you listen to all the episodes but if you wanna see what makes it so special checkout P line an episode about a party line that became a hangout spot for Los Angeles Teens Unquote.

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Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:46 min | Last week

Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald smells our our guest. Today is Shammala Pro Yoga who is the autonomous digital assistant vision lead at Ford High Shinola. Thank you so much for joining us today on today. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Yes. Welcome Chamois, and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Ford. So. Yeah. I'M GONNA and I'm the frontal known job. You know your aren't complete. So basically, I lead the wishing funded autonomous official assistance the now Newton values cases in what technologies do we need, what kind of experience we need to design, and then bringing it onto the order to find the expedience exempted. So I've been with old saw announced deals. Now on food I will voice box technologies, which is now at all students. On, board with Amazon and that is weird. Mijo. Needed on I will with little up signs once size companies as well. So I've been in the expedience design roller far on mostly two decades now today's about me. Yeah. Well, that's great. Well, you know we do spend a lot of time talking about all these different applications of AI. We call the seven patterns of Ai and we were really excited to have you present. And participate in a panel at our data for a conference which was held live September fourteenth through eighteen, twenty, twenty virtually of course, because everything is virtual but we had you WANNA panel and it was fantastic new shed some really great insights about a especially as it relates to voice assistance and voice and autonomous systems for data, and for those who are listening if you weren't able to attend the event have no worries because. You can still go on and you can access all the content at Data Ai C., O. N. F. DOT COM including chamois panel. So maybe as a preview to encourage those to listen to the whole panel. Chamois, why don't you tell us a little bit about your insights that you have gleaned about using I and the data challenges and some of the other challenges especially in the context of Autonomous Invoice assistance? Yeah. So so basically Voice as. You donate anyone using voices June board noticed agile. The superficial level of poison system is really good. You know when you ask the the assistant to do something, it would answer right. But Dan if you look, there's lot of technologies a lot of different kinds of things going in the background, which kind of makes the assistant waters doing fudd exam. You said play music, veteran recognizing usage music, and understanding the Indian that you meant you want to listen to music who processing eight and then playing the music for you, and then you know natives funding backfield wrist on of these things, acknowledges, and of course, throughout this fish cutting your wise to understand. It to renege does not of data required to understand the national and then of course, you not buying your accounting guide. So there's none of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. Now, I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. Happy. Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, you know they not as much our diamond, not even the ignites if you how strong accident. So that's another problem. So of course, this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, not the other. Thing especially in the autonomous eighty taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. So in those kinds of scenarios, of course, in all the assistance failed ignites, but the users said. So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield behalf not of. Their time beyond making improvements everyday. But I still feel like there's more data which is required make expedience use of the US, and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? Yeah. You know that's great. I enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. You share with our listeners, what this means and Wyatt? So important yeah. Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, which will come in twenty twenty, one call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, and then you know into would be as will. But if you look at these assistance, the biggest challenges you know are great. But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For example, you know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. Donate, adopt your device. You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, in all people will want to use it in how we do that. So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these the. But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing privacy as fake.

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Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:46 min | Last week

Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald smells our our guest. Today is Shammala Pro Yoga who is the autonomous digital assistant vision lead at Ford High Shinola. Thank you so much for joining us today on today. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Yes. Welcome Chamois, and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Ford. So. Yeah. I'M GONNA and I'm the frontal known job. You know your aren't complete. So basically, I lead the wishing funded autonomous official assistance the now Newton values cases in what technologies do we need, what kind of experience we need to design, and then bringing it onto the order to find the expedience exempted. So I've been with old saw announced deals. Now on food I will voice box technologies, which is now at all students. On, board with Amazon and that is weird. Mijo. Needed on I will with little up signs once size companies as well. So I've been in the expedience design roller far on mostly two decades now today's about me. Yeah. Well, that's great. Well, you know we do spend a lot of time talking about all these different applications of AI. We call the seven patterns of Ai and we were really excited to have you present. And participate in a panel at our data for a conference which was held live September fourteenth through eighteen, twenty, twenty virtually of course, because everything is virtual but we had you WANNA panel and it was fantastic new shed some really great insights about a especially as it relates to voice assistance and voice and autonomous systems for data, and for those who are listening if you weren't able to attend the event have no worries because. You can still go on and you can access all the content at Data Ai C., O. N. F. DOT COM including chamois panel. So maybe as a preview to encourage those to listen to the whole panel. Chamois, why don't you tell us a little bit about your insights that you have gleaned about using I and the data challenges and some of the other challenges especially in the context of Autonomous Invoice assistance? Yeah. So so basically Voice as. You donate anyone using voices June board noticed agile. The superficial level of poison system is really good. You know when you ask the the assistant to do something, it would answer right. But Dan if you look, there's lot of technologies a lot of different kinds of things going in the background, which kind of makes the assistant waters doing fudd exam. You said play music, veteran recognizing usage music, and understanding the Indian that you meant you want to listen to music who processing eight and then playing the music for you, and then you know natives funding backfield wrist on of these things, acknowledges, and of course, throughout this fish cutting your wise to understand. It to renege does not of data required to understand the national and then of course, you not buying your accounting guide. So there's none of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. Now, I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. Happy. Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, you know they not as much our diamond, not even the ignites if you how strong accident. So that's another problem. So of course, this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, not the other. Thing especially in the autonomous eighty taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. So in those kinds of scenarios, of course, in all the assistance failed ignites, but the users said. So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield behalf not of. Their time beyond making improvements everyday. But I still feel like there's more data which is required make expedience use of the US, and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? Yeah. You know that's great. I enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. You share with our listeners, what this means and Wyatt? So important yeah. Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, which will come in twenty twenty, one call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, and then you know into would be as will. But if you look at these assistance, the biggest challenges you know are great. But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For example, you know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. Donate, adopt your device. You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, in all people will want to use it in how we do that. So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these the. But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing privacy as fake.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

02:47 min | Last month

"twenty twenty" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Folks. It's Jesse. The founder of fun since we postponed our annual Max fund drive in mid March. We have gotten a lot of questions about if and when we'd be rescheduling it and honestly we've been asking ourselves the same thing well now we have an answer for you. The Twenty Twenty Max fund drive will start on July thirteenth. That's coming up soon. We decided to have the drive now because it's always brought a lot of joy and excitement to our community, and certainly to us, and to be totally honest, it's also the main source of income for some of our hosts. Like pretty much everything right now, this year's drive is going to be a little different We'll still be bringing you very special episodes. Fun Community Activities Premium. Thank you gifts, but we also know it's a weird time, and for some folks are really difficult on some people are in a position to become new or upgrading members. Others can't right now, and that is okay. We'll have ways for you to support Max Fun at every level including some ways that won't cost you anything. We're also going to run the drive for four weeks instead of two. We didn't think it was a good time to be rushing. Anybody and having a longer drive lets us be a little more low-key in our drive pitch. It also gives us more time to do fun stuff like the weekly livestream twelve, putting on for charity throughout the drive. Most importantly we want the twenty twenty Max von drive to highlight all the ways we support each other and our communities. We also WANNA show how grateful we are to you for making all the work that we do possible stay safe will see July thirteenth for the Max Fund drive. Hey baby were back, hey. Ever Hey. Who.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on KGO 810

"Be a record of attorney general being proposed for contempt with an hundred days of take office. Well, yeah. Obviously, we'll take your phone calls on this all day long to there's some aspect to what's happening in the question really is is it smarter to impeach because you feel like that. That's the right thing to do or do you plan more for the next year and a half, and what you have to do in November of twenty twenty and they're not neutrally exclusive. But I mean, I think that's true. I think most people are trying to figure out how to get this guy at office. It's dangerous. I think the Republicans are thinking too. I mean, I I don't want the I I I don't I'd love to have him removed. But I'd rather have him removed when election if we can make it to twenty twenty until they follow twenty twenty. I think we there's ever. Her away. We're getting them out of office. It's it's going to be that the I mean, the Korean second missile, the Chinese tariffs, the the Iran flee fleet. Added to the little you know, what I'm saying, Nikki, if they're over there and somebody runs a boat full of explosives into a side of a cruiser or frigate or something over there. I mean you start big war in the Middle East. And you got blame me go back and look at the. What was World War One? The Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated. And then, you know, it just it was dominoes. It can happen. All right coming up. The question is if you were the manager of the Boston Red Sox, and you're invited to the White House. Would you have to consider your Spanish and black players who said they don't want to go and not go should the team. Go all is one or not at all Aubrey huff who was an idiot who played here for the giants for a couple of years weighed in on this too. We'll get all that coming up next on GIO..

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on WRVA

"So you'll find out all about the plans as Rosie's kicks off across the state of Virginia, colonial downs and Rosie's gaming. It's a great time this week. You design twenty twenty. Yet. Donald Trump is not sitting back and being quiet like, you know, his tradition as other people lined up to contest him for the White House. Listen to his comments to Sean Hannity last night about the Democrats who are going to oppose it. Get a win. Look Joe, I've I've known Joe over the years. He's not the brightest lightbulb in the group. I don't think we'll call him sleepy Joe because I've known him for a while. And he's pretty sleepy. He's not going to be able to deal with president. She I will tell you. That's a different level of energy, and frankly intelligence, so I sorta referred Oma sleepy Joe. Because a lot of people wanted me to change the words sleepy to something else that rhymes with it does that make sense to you. And I thought it was I guess Bernie Sanders. He's got a lot of energy, but he's got misguided energy. And he's done very poorly in terms of the Senate. He said very little education. I think he talks a lot doesn't get it done. Robert Francis, aerobic. Well, it's a fluke. He's fading very fast. I think he is fading very very fast. It looks like he's going to be a thing of the past pretty soon mayor p Kamala Harris, well, I don't I don't see either of them. I think she's got a little bit of a nasty with admit that might be it. And mayor Pete is not gonna make it. I would hope he would. I hope I'm rooting for him. But he's not gonna make it. Well, that's interesting, isn't it? I mean, Donald Trump is not going to sit back and play the noble statesman. As is tradition. I don't don't think.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"More young people, especially those identify as Democrats say they plan to vote in the twenty twenty presidential caucuses and primaries then did for years ago. According to Harvard University institute of politics poll here to break down his armor, mud Honey, national political correspondent at USA today on what's trending. What we saw at the midterms young voters that twenty Twenty-nine demographic are saying this point at least that they're more interested in the upcoming twenty twenty elections than they were at the same time for years ago. -nificant jolt. Upwards is notable for Democrats lightly down for young Republican voters. But we're looking at about forty three percent of young voters overall surveyed say that they want to take art and the hawk primaries in early twenty twenty that compares about thirty six percent at the same time for years ago. Interesting and do they give a reason why or is it just kind of like the one or two questions survey? Questions on issues that young voters might be interested in. But I think there's an anxiety motivated largely by that. What I thought was also of note was that it seemed that environmental issues were related issues where at the top not so much pay get rid of my college debt, for example, or get me some free college, right? Something that Elizabeth Warren talked about yesterday on announcing plan we away loan debt for about seventy five percent of American. But yeah, near the top of the list is the environment and the voters they see this as a foreign policy issue that, you know, next, you know, terrorism and human rights that they see participating and protecting the environment as being one of the most important goals of US foreign policy for speaking with mud Hani national political correspondent at USA today. And he's written a piece entitled more young people likely to vote in twenty twenty then twenty-six teens escorting to a new poll from Harvard University. Is worth asking to they want to vote in twenty twenty does that necessarily mean they will vote in twenty twenty. No, it's always more people saying they want to vote and that they intend to vote than actually show up right now, we have forty three percent saying they plan to take part in the in the primaries and caucuses, but it'll it'll inevitably be much lower. Similarly was quote unquote, historic the midterm elections. When we saw just thirty one percent roughly of young voters show up and that was a twenty five year high. So it could very well. Much like the midterms end up being a higher portion of the electorate being young. But at the end of the day it'll remain awfully low for the overall number of voter and older voters will inevitably remain the larger part of the overall electorate eventually this generation Z. We'll have some pretty good sway right when they step into these. Yeah. Holing places. What did you say one? At some point. As of January or February. When the Iowa caucuses are one of the electorate will be between eighteen and twenty three and with regards to primaries and caucuses how might that voter enthusiasm matchup against generally election. Or is it a good signs that the numbers are improving for a primary because you're more likely to vote in general. I don't know that that's the case. Yeah. I think it's a good signal. If we got good turn out of voters in general of particularly of young voters in in in the primary. Yes, vacation that it'll be even higher for the general election because a good segment of our society. Young middle aged and old don't identify with the political parties and don't necessarily wanna have have a part in that in in in the party's candidate stuff face off election exam. Armored Hani national political correspondent at USA today. It's twenty minutes now in front of the hour.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Twenty twenty. So we're we're really buckling down in focusing on trying to find the sponsorship this year to set up for for two thousand twenty. It sounds like it's kind of a perfect scenario where you get your foot in the door somewhere. It's a great opportunity. Of course, in may be like you said maybe that can turn into something for the future. Yeah. I think there's so much potential over that are CR, I mean, it really seems like the people that they have in place the crew chiefs the engineers, the actual parts and pieces that they have to build the cars technology is just unbelievable, and it's really cool to to see them work. And then over the past two weeks to see them go out and start their season on the Cup side, and the expenditure side and have a really strong start. It's it's just cool to see. And I'm sure that over the course of this season into next season. They're just going to be getting better and better. So I'm excited to be on board over there. And kinda learn everything that they have to offer. I'm sure that it's. Going to going to be the next step in my career that that hopefully can get me into a fulltime. Right. Your first starts going to come at Texas. And that's you know, sort of a new repave reconfiguration fast place. So what is your I I guess your first impression your I thought when you're thinking. Okay. I'm gonna start my season at a place like Texas. Well, I mean, it's a little bit intimidating considering. I haven't been on a real mile and a half in about a year. I did do homestead which is a mile and a half. But I'm sure most drivers would tell you. It doesn't really drive like one. I mean, it drives much more like a short-track than a mile and a half. The last time I was on a fast mile and a half would have been Schick Kaga last year. And we had a mechanical failure on lap one. So you'd have to go back even earlier than that from when I actually did a race on a mile and a half. I think it'd be Charlotte are fury debut from correct? So it's it's been a hot minute in Texas is fast. So it'll probably take. Me a couple of apps to get reacclimated to driving these cars on a mile and a half. But are CR last year at Texas was really strong. They had some really good runs there. A lot of speed. So I know the car will be unloading pretty close in a good place. And so that that gives me a lot of confidence that it'll just be up to me to come up to speed and start to figure things out. But I have no doubt that by the time the race rolls around. And certainly by the time stage three rolls around. Which is when it really starts to matter. I'm sure everything will be in place, and we'll be good to go and try to contend for that win. I hadn't even thought of it like that that it had been that long. Because I knew when I went back and was looking at your numbers. It's like, okay, he ran homesteads. It hasn't been out of the car that long. But when you're specifically talking about a mile and a half, I didn't realize it had been that long. Yeah. Because I mean our fury. Schedule was kind of broken up where we did six ovals than we went on our little road course expedition there for a few races. And then homestead. So the the majority of our races at fury race cars was at early portion. I mean, really like the first half of last year season..

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Trump and twenty twenty. Details coming up this hour on the network. Greetings, welcome back. Folks. It's great to have you. With us is always a thrill and a delight for me highlight of the day. Telephone number is eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two. And the Email address elrushbo eibnet dot US. Tune handy, not the bumper. The you haven't had it right at this moment at meetings. Find it on the prophet system. As soon as you find it, let me know. And I'll delay what I was going to say about a grab audio sound bite number seven. I have. Then focusing the past two days on real objectives of the left. And I think it's important to know what really is propelling and fuelling this move to socialism in this this unmistakable anti-americanism that they now proudly on. And a lot of us have been mistaken. We haven't taken it far enough. We think that the opposition the left has that they mount today is due to modern day conservative successes. Ronald Reagan the modern day Republican party. They can't stand Donald Trump. And while all of that, it's true. It really doesn't explain. Why the left has been as they have been for decades now, and it really does trace back to the fact folks, they think the country's illegitimate because of our founding they do not think anything about America is is not everything. But very little of what you and I consider to be traditionally, great, American institutions and so forth. They discount them because to them the founding was immoral as evidenced by the fact that slavery was legal during the nation's founding the fact that it's been fixed. The fact that it's been ended counts for nothing. The fact that there have been advances in women's rights galore. The fact that there have been massive changes in America. For civil rights minority rights. None of it matters. This is the key. None of it matters. Nobody gets any credit for it. The reason is the left doesn't want to modify America's founded at wants to transit. It wants to liberate it. The reason why slavery. Being ended with a civil war is not anything to be happy about is. Because it doesn't erase the fact that the nation was founded with slavery. The fact that women got the vote in the late eighteen hundred doesn't mean anything women's rights Roe versus Wade, equal pay or none of it really matters. Because the nation was founded with all that injustice and all of that immorality. And so the objective. Is to totally transform America into something fresh and brand new that it's never been. So that it will be clean in pure with no injustice. Enshrine? This is really what is propelling them. It gives them. It gives them the opportunity of never being satisfied that no amount of cooperation is ever enough no amount of working together. Compromising solving never enough because we can't fix the original sin that this country's founding was so it's got to be something brand new from the get-go, socialist, communist, whatever. But it has got to be destroyed. It's got to be transformed. Well, I can probably assure you that many people thought I was going to little far in that explanation. Not as many as I thought, but I still got come on. Let's take a little no more. I think about it the more. I think it does explain why you can't compromise. Why there is why doesn't this country ever get any credit for four? Ending slavery for the role that we've played in ending slavery. I mean, we zilch. It gets worse. Despite the prices that have been paid. Now, it's demand for reparations. And if reparations were paid that was simply open the doors, some new demand there is no affirmative action. No end to it. You asked people to beginning of affirmative action. Okay. Well, how much of this reverse discrimination? How much reverse racism is it gonna take to fix? What you think is wrong on never you can't fix it. You can't fix. I actually had the activists. For affirmative action. Telling me this forty years ago, you can't fix it. You can't even make amends for it. You can't fix it. So why because it happened? You can't raise it. But I thought all of this was tried to purpose was to. Yeah. It's a good permits, but you can't fix it. Meaning there is no happiness. There is no solution to anything there is no solving any liberal grievance. And it's field to try. That's the thing that the modern day. Republican party will never understand the never Trumpers will never do it. It's ridiculous to try the solve things because they cannot ever be satisfied because their objective is not what they claim to want today their objective. Is to totally transform and realign and rebuild the United States. And I have a sound bite here that will go a long way toward indicating. That is true. It's Anderson Cooper three sixty and he's talking to the famed movie director, Spike Lee about the black face scandal in Virginia. And the Anderson Cooper says, hey, spike, tell us about the history of black face is not a good part of American history and came out of vaudeville minstrels performers. Mostly white would darken up and perform skits is hatred is pure hatred. And this is part of who we are in America. We're in the year twenty one thousand nine hundred and four hundred years ago. Sixteen nineteen first laser brought to Jamestown Virginia you see four hundred years. The first slaves wrought to Jamestown Virginia. And he's still got governor northern and his pals running around implant faith, it never ends it. Never get solved. And did you hear him say it's pure hatred? This is part of who we are in America. This is what America is. So a long way toward proving my point now, more Bihar. Back in two thousand sixteen on the view showed a picture of herself dressed up for Halloween one year when she was twenty nine years old as a quote, beautiful African woman, and they flash the picture up there, and she made a point of saying that's not a wig that I'm wearing. It's my hair. I don't have the photo here to show you. I'm just telling it doesn't look like Maude Bihar. It doesn't it doesn't even come close. But but they were talking about this is three years ago. But listen to them talking about this picture..

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Was punishable. You know, I used to say, and I I knew I was right. Because I knew it didn't really come from me. I knew that when I would say you're gonna come to a place where you don't recognize your country. That it would happen. But I didn't think this. I really I really thought we would wake up before we got here. And we're still dead asleep. We really are still dead asleep. This is happening with actual video. I mean, imagine around the corner when we have the deep fake situation going on and technologies bringing us down these paths where I mean, right now, you know, foreign governments could do this. Okay. So so let me just play this out. What stews talking about is is called deep fakes and the government is preparing for a time. And they believe twenty twenty will be the tipping point of this. I might be it'll be before twenty two thousand four election. But I think we'll start to see it in twenty twenty. And what a deep fake is is videotape or audio of anybody who's running for something doing something. For instance, Donald Trump actually throwing a girl against the wall and fondling her. And you see it on tape. And you're like, that's Donald Trump. That's not an actor look at his face. That's Donald Trump. You'll see it. Well, it'd be what's called a deep fake with algorithms. You can make this now look real. Yeah. It's not all the way there yet. No. It's getting there. It's getting there. And it's getting there quickly, and I should say this on the consumer basis it's getting there quickly. I mean, God knows what they have. You have already on your phone, except you know, if you're fooled by that's an actual panda leaving you a message, you know, a cartoon panda than.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"At twenty twenty. And I think that this past weekend sets us up to be able to look at the Senate. What has to go on there? I think the twenty one Republicans are seats seats are up in eleven democratic seats up but moving forward we still have to define for the party with Democratic Party. What is progressivism, and what is a progressive agenda, which I don't see the old leadership. Really let you hold to that. Oh, well, Greg passed we back shortly. But what about let's go to David Massey. Tra. Titas having me great to be with you and Reverend and everyone else on the panel. I might be walking in into the danger zone. Referring to scripture Reverend Jackson therapy. But I've reminded of that bible verse because you're a lukewarm neither hot or cold. I'll spit you out. The Tuesday results illustrated the veracity of that scripture because for far too long Democrats tried to play this game of Republican the light and didn't give people any reason to get excited to vote and it last week or excuse me two weeks ago. We saw some true progressives on the ballot. And we saw some truly progressive initiatives. In the run-up to the election. And that's what galvanized in mobilized and energize the base just show up and show out and vote. So that's the happy part of the story. The part that. That was not the party down. This is not the the vision part of this people up a bay though in Texas, and and CC in Georgia and Ghulam in Florida. They will not fall script came down from Washington. They came by them up. And that's that's what the power lies, right? Yes. Yes. Yes. And that's a that's an outstanding an important distinction to make one thing I wanted to add just so we don't start bringing out bottles of champagne is that. Democratic Party lost a lot of seats in twenty ten rock. Obama won reelection in twenty twelve same thing happened during the Clinton years so the blue waves, and there's some debate whether or not it was a Blue Wave. It was certainly a wave if you look at all the state and local races as well. Three three. Exactly. But that doesn't guarantee a Trump defeat. So we can't rest on our laurels as liberals and progressives often do have to stay in the fight. Great palace. What did you see? What was it? Greg. In the aftermath of twenty of the mid turtles. What what are you say? Well,.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Not running for president. Twenty twenty. But one guy's already announced. I'll tell you who it is the Brentwood able Shelly of seven sixty talking breaking news. Bernie's in there somewhere. Talk with show on a little bit of your favorite democrat strategist to help the Clintons win the first time around and he's not ruling out Hillary. The Hillary version four point zero one that'd be something. I'm your answer. Here. I am Bernie cavalier all of you out of the way. Now, first things first you gotta get into these these questions about voter fraud. And I think there are many in Florida, and maybe some other places in local races. But it's certainly worth exploring Doug Schoen says well, there may be a few instances here is a bigger at this is something new, no, in fact, our friend John fund and his co author his his team member on this hands Vonts poughkeepsie from the air condition- wrote the book literally who's counting how fraudsters and bureaucrats. Put your vote at risk. Joins us on our Newsline. This isn't that some theory is it I mean this happens. It happened in California. I mean, pick a spot in Florida too. In fact, the Florida Department of law enforcement, that's their state police agency issued a report maybe about a decade ago that detailed absentee ballot fraud cases that had happened throughout different counties in Florida. So it's not as if it's not real during the Bush administration Bush administration, prosecuted more than a dozen non-citizens for registering and voting in Florida, including a guy who actually tried to run for the state legislature. Even though he wasn't the non-citizens. So the idea that this kind of thing doesn't happen is just it's just not the case give us some examples what you've seen so far. I know you wrote the book a few years ago, but certainly you can Google this. The topic. You'll find all kinds of things at any given moment. Well, yeah. Look what the problem we have right now going on down in Florida is that Broward County, which seems to be the heart of the problem is run by a woman who is openly acknowledged as perhaps being not only the most incompetent election official in Florida, but perhaps the entire nation, and they were supposed to have reports Don on election day of of all the votes cast and counted, and how many outstanding absentee ballots provisional ballots there were and yet that didn't happen. Not only did it not happen. But for the entire rest of the week day kept saying they kept finding more balance and didn't really explain where in the world. They were coming up with new ballots. The the increase was something like seventy eight thousand new ballots that they had discovered and that raises all kinds of issues about where did. Did they come from was there a chain of custody? So we know they haven't been changed. I mean that the issues are profound when you have a close election like this. So when this is all settled because again, a lot of people any of us who around in two thousand this is very similar to what we went through Bush v gore and that dragged on forever, and or or even more recently almost recently the Minnesota race between norm Coleman the Senator at the time. And then l Franken came in at one because they found a stack of from balloted throws finding when cars and closets and all of that. So. The lesson here or or the way this get stopped as a matter of prosecuting some people that never seems to happen either. When there's a case of fraud. Well, unfortunately, and I hate to say this. But but in this case governor, Scott is unfortunately, sewing what he reaped and what I mean by that is Brenda Snipes, the the election, Mandra, Broward County has been found to have committed all kinds of prior violated. I mean, it just give you one example a couple of years ago. It was discovered that she had destroyed ballots in violation of state law and federal law. This was actually in a democratic primary involving Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and she should have been removed from office not just because of that problem at many other problems. And in fact, the governor of the state of Florida has the ability to remove an incompetent county election official like this. But Scott didn't do it. And now, he he, unfortunately, I said is is reaping. The result of not getting rid of this woman back back when they had the chance I should say Florida actually has made a lot of changes. Since two thousand that has has really improved things all across the state, except that we still have problems in Broward County, and I think that's because of the election officials. They have they're running things. Do we have a Hans runs for kofsky with us from the Heritage Foundation? He's also co author with John fund of the book who's counting how fraudsters and bureaucrats. Put your vote at risk here in California, specifically, San Diego County a few years ago, we went to these these electronic machines that didn't work that. Well, they were gone. So we're back to these giant paper ballots. We had a couple of pages here last week on that. But yeah, there are cases where I'd say if you didn't like either the Senate candidates, the democrat Feinstein or democrat. Kevin daily on and left. I blank. If somebody wanted to mess with that, they could I mean, you could go in there and take a little black pan and decide you're going to vote for whomever. If there's somebody doing things they shouldn't be doing in election facility. Does that happen? The evidence event with paper ballots, in fact, I mean, you're correct. And that's why state laws in every state, including in Florida allow the political candidates and the political parties to have their own observers or watchers present in every stage of the election process, including the handling, a balance, the county, balanced, etc. And that's why it's it seriously concerning that there have been instances apparently of Brenda Snipes not allowing observers in as they were handling ballots. And apparently the same thing happened in Palm Beach county also, and that's why you need observers to make sure that nothing like that happened. So if we get the. Observers who determines them, and can they be politicized too? Yeah. I glance at sound. I thought it sounds like it's some, you know, some nation and wherever I can't even say which nation is an example, except probably offend somebody. But, you know, the ones where you go we'll be we are not that bad. But maybe we are maybe we just need to protect especially if there's an understanding for people who would like to commit fraud and hope you don't notice they can look at any particular district or state or whatever and say that kind of messed up their vulnerable. So let's see what we can do. There's a lot of different levels of scrutiny there. Right. Well, there is and particularly that kind of that kind of illegal behavior is made worse when you have for example, as Broward County has a poorly maintained voter, registration lists Brennan's knives has admitted in court in court in a prior case that she knows that there are citizens registered to vote in her county today have voted and yet she hasn't done anything to despite that infrastructure. Yeah. It's one thing identified that's the whole point is like prosecution in this kind of thing or what have you if you come on and get. Yeah, they're there. But or it's like Kevin de Leon who I mentioned ran against and lost Dianne Feinstein who said proudly sometime last year. He's today talking about illegal immigration, whatever he said, something like, hey, half of my family's here illegally. It's like. Oh, okay. So. Oh. Cases, we have cases in San Diego County every election where somebody says I got like five ballots at my home. And that's me with our previous occupants most people do the honorable thing and the registered voters or they'll trash those years one or whatever, but the opportunity is there too many places. No, that's right. And and that's why you may have seen this but only about a month ago, the US attorney in North Carolina indicted in charge nineteen non-citizens with registering and voting in multiple elections. Just last week they indicted three officials in Hoboken, New Jersey for buying votes. From voters the going rate apparently was fifty dollars if you can believe that and the Texas attorney general just also indicted, I think four individuals who had a massive fraudulent absentee ballots scheme going on where they were doing kind of what you were just talking about. They were. For following. They they were submitting fraudulent requests for absentee ballots, and then voting them or they were going in and intimidating the elderly and others into voting the way they wanted them to vote or filling out the ballots for them. So the idea that this kind of fraud doesn't happen. I just belied by these kind of example, there's an understanding I think by salmon, you just look at the nature. What's happening in Florida that it's only maybe the Democrats would be working the system if there's any sort of that or they don't want to reveal that there's some fraud or questions of that to be talked about it looked into but doesn't go both ways. Can it really in a close election? It can go both ways. But what is sad to me is look election integrity ought to be a nonpartisan bipartisan issue, but in recent years, it's been unfortunately, Democrats and liberals that have done everything including through litigation to prevent any kind of reform measures. That would improve the security and integrity election process. Everything from trying to stop voter ID laws from going in place trying to stop counties and states from actually verifying the citizenship of people who are registering about. I mean, I can go down a whole list of things that they have been trying to prevent from going in place, and that's a sad reflection. I I'm afraid on their views of how the election system outta work. So would you expect when congress convenes with the Democrats holding the house as of January when they officially take over? And then all those battles and pushing the impeachment and whatever else will be it's going to be continually divided there. Does this issue election integrity, come up, or is it there was so twenty sixteen and up till this election before the Democrats picked up a lot of seats talking about Russia and hacking and everything else. Is anybody really get on this or is everything else? Get in the way of that till twenty twenty and then it's used as an opportunity to cry foul if one side loses. Well, I think the Democrats they won't be talking about election integrity in the in the house of representatives. They will be talking about this miss called voter suppression, which is really a myth of the left. And I have no doubt they'll introduce bills to for example, try to ban states from requiring ID when you vote trying to ban states from verifying citizenship of registered voters. That's the kind of bills they'll be interested in pushing through, but nothing that would actually improve the integrity of elections. That's something that only a handful of states have been doing at the state legislatures. That's why I go into my polling place and proudly say, here's my I d just like to watch him cringe. They do just like. Just like kryptonite. At any rate. I appreciate the the update. And obviously plenty of things to watch. We're watching all of that in Florida's and a you are co author of the book who's counting how fraudsters Gerke rats and put your vote at risk hanzel, speak hausky, along with the vacationing John fondue, I guess was over there while you're toiling. He's over there. Vacationing been swanky dinners in Europe or something. Thanks for us. I think that is what's. Abricator AM seven sixty talk and breaking news more fun coming up Kate open chain author of divider chief is going to be whether this after the top of the hour as well. He been the fire situation. Updates and obviously the fire weather danger red flag situation, some of the schools the backcountry closed today and CG need most likely turning off some power to smothers. Maybe you depending on where you are as the winds kick up, and they seem to just be here forever. They're they're not here forever. But they'll eventually get a whole lot better variety about some fun..

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Down. Fifteen twenty twenty-five percent. Chances are nothing's broken there. This is a reset in the market, and I would say an inevitable and necessary one that's based on the fed raising rates and some other things and midterm elections. I get it. But you've got some high quality investments now that are on sale. And if you've got if you've built up some cash, and you're looking to add to good quality positions. But you're afraid that the market will go down more number one. That's normal doesn't make you a bad investor necessarily. So maybe you do half. If you've got X amounts say, I'll put a little now if the market were to fall more in the next couple of weeks, I'll put the other half to work. You're never going to hit this. Right. You do know that. Right. So stop trying don't wait for the bottom things are already on sale from where they were a few weeks ago. But it's really it's always amazed me that I work in an industry where our so-called product. And I'm doing the IT Alex with my fingers here goes on sale. And all of a sudden people think it's never going to come back up to true value again. And it's historically never worked out that way. All right. When we come back. Let's see I'll have a couple of minutes left. If I have time I will get to a fun little misleading title of the week story. If I don't wake to the second hour, and instead just give you a tease of what we'll talk about overall in the second hour, so we'll be right back. You're listening to the dollars and sense. Did you hear the news metro PCS is now metro by T mobile?.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"For twenty twenty. I can promise you what I'll be doing is campaigning for this one. So I look forward to supporting the president and the next elections and her replacement. I've heard a lot of days I've already vodka. I've heard how good would he be? There are five people on the short list. But President Trump says he couldn't choose his daughter because he'd be accused of nepotism. It was the first day on the job for new supreme court Justice Brett Cavanaugh CBS as Bill Rakoff has more of an I'll ask questions of both sides and arguments over the increased prison sentences for repeat offenders that were no disruptions in the courtroom. Injustices laughed at each other's jokes. Kavanagh's wife and two daughters were in seats reserved for justices guests the family of the driver killed in the horrible limo crash in upstate New York is defending his role in the accident on that piper. In New York. The driver's wife says she believes her husband was given an unsafe vehicle to drive the statement from the family of drivers Scotland's Nikki says he would never knowingly put others in harm's way. And we believe quote that unbeknownst to him. He was provided with a vehicle that was neither road-worthy nor safe for any of its occupants. It says their prayers go out to all the families that lost loved ones. The driver did not have the proper licensed. To be operating the stretch SUV Google plus is shutting down most of its social media site called Google Google plus following a March data breach. The could've put the personal data of half a million people at risk. I would want Google to do the review fixed the problem and make sure that my information do not get the Dow fell fifty six points today. Nasdaq was up to and the broader s and.

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"For twenty twenty. I can promise you went. I'll be doing is campaigning for just one. So I look forward to supporting the price and the next elections and her replacement. I've heard a lot today. I've already vodka. I've heard how good would evoke obey. There are five people on the short list. But President Trump says he couldn't choose his daughter because he'd be accused of nepotism. It was the first day on the job for new supreme court Justice Brett Cavanaugh CBS Bill Rakoff has more last questions of both sides and arguments over the increased prison sentences for repeat offenders that were no disruptions in the courtroom. Injustices laughed at each other's jokes. Kavanagh's wife and two daughters were in seats reserved for justices guests the family of the driver killed in the horrible limo crash in upstate New York is defending his role in the accident on that piper. In Harry, New York. The driver's wife says she believes her husband was given an unsafe vehicle to drive the statement from the family of drivers Scotland, Nikki says he would never knowingly put others in harm's way. And we believe quote that unbeknownst to him. He was provided with a vehicle that was neither roadworthy nor safe for any of its occupants. It says their prayers go out to all the families that lost loved ones. The driver did not have the proper licensed to be. Operating the stretch SUV Google plus is shutting down most of its social media site called Google Google plus following a March data breach. The could've put the personal data of half a million people at risk. I would want Google to do the review fix the problem. And make sure that my information do not get the Dow fell fifty six points today. Nasdaq was up to and the broader s and p index fell four this is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com..

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"twenty twenty" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And that's the news that everybody wants to know who's running for president twenty twenty. That really affect you at all is that is that is important to you now to strategize twenty twenty. Or is it is it better to look at. What the hell is happening to us right now. Because you can have all the slick ad campaigns. You want? But who are the Democrats really appealing to? Let me let me play something came out yesterday. Carol cook. She's a she's an old Jamie Broadway. Actress stevia remember in nineteen fifty six when she was. Hello. Dolly. And is she was she was coming out of of some restaurant or a show or something with her husband who was a spry ninety himself and. She was asked. Hey, what do you think about those people that brought the torch Trump twenty twenty banner? To the frozen show. And why would you do that? Why would you what is the point? So they brought this big banner. They unfurled it right in the front row. One of the actors broke character and took the thing away and put it back stage appropriate. Well, they had to ask TMZ had to ask. Legend Carole, cook about what she's odd. And here's what she said is that a proper venue for.

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