40 Burst results for "Two People"
4 People Dead After Terrible Single-Vehicle Accident Splits Car in Half
"Four people are dead after a crash in Hickory Hills. Last night, a car with six people inside lost control at 89th Street and 85th court before hitting something that split the vehicle and half Two people died on the scene to others died at the hospital. Police are
Fresh update on "two people" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"14th Street near Logan Circle this week has left residents shaken and police are responding. D C police chief Robert Conte says he's sick and tired of what he calls the same movie playing out. If you don't pull people accounting for things that they do, people will continue to engage in pancake. He also says his department needs more officers as he talked to businesses after the targeted shooting that left two people wounded and sent diners running. It's one of several shootings recently in the area. Patrick Johnson stands in the outdoor seating area at the restaurant. He works out on 14th as my boss, and we're going to have to build a bulletproof windows around our debt. Solomon Bulk and manages the Vince of our wine barn 14th, she says. Bottom line for businesses were not feeling safe at all and for the customers as well. Near Logan Circle. Mike Murillo w.
Padres-Nats game suspended after shooting outside DC stadium
"Saturday's game between the nationals and visiting Padres was suspended after five and a half innings due to a shooting outside nationals park police say two people were shot in the incident more than two dozen police cars ambulances and fire engines were on the street outside the third base side the Padres are just taking the field for the bottom of the sixth when several loud pops were heard from the left side of the ball park fans were told to exit the stadium to the outfield gates the Padres were leading a four behind Fernando tatis junior who was four for four with a pair of RBI singles I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "two people" discussed on Innovation Hub
"Um, you're going to see more people over time. Think. Okay, Well, this was an experiment. It will work and some it will not. But There is an issue for a group of people to be remote or one or two people in a team to be remote and the other who are in the office, just like I said, like hanging out with the boss and and I wrote about this remote teams in the in the impact on them. This was pre pandemic and often they would not get promoted at the same rate. They weren't recognized. The way that they were evaluated was totally different. And it's because managers didn't feel like they really knew them that well, and you do bond with people when you're with them in person. You make those connections. And so when it comes to Group that sort of 50 50 or 30 70. There is going to be that fear for those remote employees that they have to go back into have that same level of opportunity. But what we're seeing now is that some of these people would give up these opportunities to be working from home because for them, that's the perk. It's really I think there's a TBD on all of this right now. You know how How well can we have a remote workforce forever at home Work force or a digital first workforce versus a hybrid, you know? Is that going to be good or will people that go back to five days a week because their employer wants that? Are they just going to say No, thanks. You know, I want to get out of this environment. I think Finance is going to be the most interesting because they're the ones that are really pushing to be client facing to be in the office. It's their back to sort of this is how it was before. This is how it's always going to be. Back in the office. No questions asked. I'm not seeing a lot of Flexibility and in that industry in the same way as others, and so we're going to see if that really impacts. You know the future of work in these organizations. Also, we're seeing technology change inside of Banking, For example, in inside of finance, You know the growth of a lot of technology this year where much of it was online and you know big surges in companies like well, simple and others were banking is going to be disrupted in another way. How are we going to deal with? You know really exciting. Our employees working, you know, 9 to 9 or Eight to midnight. Run out, you know, seven days a week versus being able to, you know, work for some of these new innovations that are allowing them to work remote. So there's another challenge for the financial industry to be considering when.
Haiti's Interim Leader Requests US Troops
"Haiti has asked Washington to send soldiers as it prepares for elections after the assassination of President Juvenal Movies shot multiple times in his own residence by assassins. Was from Colombia, but two people arrested were
Fresh "Two People" from John Williams
"Morning. I'm Gabe Salgado. Residents of the West side came together for a peace march. That story after WGN traffic goos are working to clear crash on the inbound eating is just south of demonstrators from blocking the two right lanes since midnight. Only the left lane is getting by. There's delays in both directions between them straight in two weeks. It's a 20 minute drive on both sides of the Lake Cook Road in the Kennedy A peace march was held in the Lawndale neighborhood on Chicago's West Side last night, the same neighborhood where to mass shootings took place earlier this week. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown attended the march and spoke to the media beforehand, but it's an ongoing investigation and hopefully this community will see today. That we want to build trust 10. People were shot in two separate incidents only minutes and blocks apart in Long day on Wednesday night, No one is in custody. In addition to Brown, the march was also attended by other police officers, as well as community activists and neighborhood church leaders. Chicago Police are looking for whoever wounded two people in separate cars yesterday evening on the South side, WGN's Michael mature reports. Please say the victims were inside separate cars in the 7600 block of south state. When someone got out of a car firing shots. A bullet hit the 36 year old woman in the leg. She was taken to UFC Hospital in good condition. The man took himself to UFC hospital. His condition isn't known. One of the suspects may have been shot in his vehicle few blocks away at 71st in state, he was taken to UFC Hospital. How do we get out of of how do we get out from under Covid 19 in his variants like Delta,.
Drake Rents Out Dodger Stadium for a Private Dinner Date
"Was spotted on a date in an empty Dodger stadium. Very player. Oh, my gosh. Like this guy can have a chick fil a open on Sunday. Seriously, the entire stadium is closed, and he and his date are the only ones on the field Crazy in the field of Dodger Stadium in front of the Dodgers dugout him his day and one server and the date though big. This is huge news is Amar E Bay. Please. Mom, Joanna Helberg. She He is a basketball player at Sierra Canyon, where LeBron James son also plays and we saw all those games that Drake and like Michael B. Jordan, we're going to when they were hanging up. She's fine. Big like she is so beautiful curve She got, like her great curb. Always drink. No, no, I said, I said hurt. She's absolutely beautiful. And obviously when the photos first came out when Drake was at Sierra Canyon there We're sitting right next to each other, and people couldn't stop talking about how beautiful she was. But it looks like Drake shot his shot and he got the date and he shut down a whole stadium for her. Did they get the video? The pictures? Okay. So a helicopter guy Chris Christie flew over from ABC took the photo and then post it up on his Twitter and was like Just flew over Dodger Stadium cut two people having a cozy dinner and then it turned out to be Drake.
Fresh update on "two people" discussed on WSB programming
"And talk talk about What's happening in Afghanistan, the new the new policy when it comes to Iraq, And what did China just say to the W T O all has to do with his areas of expertise. He was former Supreme allied commander of NATO amongst his many titles and Dan Henninger at the bottom of the hour. He's deputy editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page, So let's get to the Big three. Now with the stories you need to know, it's Brian's Big three number three. It's true that this this critical race theory, which has been bubbling up for decades now, Tucker and Academia has definitely infiltrated our schools. It's misinformation. It's lies. But again, you can't beat lies with nothing. You got to beat it with the truth. Race in America, playing out in our classrooms and in sports. As the administration gets nailed, trying to steal critical race theory and their budget and two sports legends, same age, same Olympic Games, same medals expressed their view of America today. No different from they believe. Then you'll hear shall be still present. The tie breaking analysis number two people have got to realize that the border crisis and just about illegal aliens because The drug traffickers are doing is diverting law enforcement away from hotspots by sending over a massive people, Maybe 100 people at a time, for example. This.
How to Find the Right Guest for Your Podcast With Neal Schaffer
"You're strategically thinking about what guests bring on for you. Where do you search for these people. Where do you find them. And how do you go about like maybe reaching out to them. Yeah you know right now In all honesty the the school of influence which is the second podcast of launched. We're really just going through people that we know And when i say people we know people personally no or we're we've heard their podcast. We've read their book We've somehow know them know about them right. Just just these natural people that are sort of leaders in the industry so if we know them directly obviously we can reach out. If we don't know them it gets a little bit tricky. And that's where you know. I think using the power of lincoln and seen who might be able to introduce you to that person is one thing there's obviously contact forms and believe it or not. You know people. They may not themselves read those inputs in the contact forms but they do have people reading. And i think dot swear it it should be compelling but here's where my sales background comes in because you're not going to convert everybody and that's fine. It's a percentage so if you're trying to get one or two people you gotta reach up to ten or twenty and that's just the nature of the game but knowing that with every one or to get going forward it gets easier and affect people reject me and i'm thinking oh i'm gonna keep you know when i asked why we're interested they'd say. Oh just the. Timing's upset okay. I'm gonna a few months or nominee contact you again right. So it's it's done. Sales salesman saleswoman sales personal mentality. That i think really helps. And it's okay to get rejected. But i believe that if you have a specific mission and you're very clear about that mission in your outreach right. In addition to the other people that you've had on to show your credibility that's going to be really really important to see if they are philosophically aligned with your mission and that mission. You're not only for the filtering of people that come on your podcast. It's also what are you gonna talk. It's also during the interview. Always thinking back of my head. That i that i wrote that mission statement for is this episode fulfilling the
Fresh update on "two people" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"Of age back in 1971. I literally wrote that thing mark into the ground. My dad said, always just see what this orange blur going up and down the sidewalk when I grew up in Brooklyn, New York on Hancock Street, so yeah, that was the first bike That I ever got. My mom and dad still have pictures of me on that bike from Christmas. 1971 1st back to everyone. Yeah, right. Have a nice 10 speech when it gets me around. The greater Connecticut areas it parked out. Is that parked out back? No, no, no. The before Wheeler gets the love coming here, Not the two wheeler. From that standpoint, Devin Tucker, you're next. I want to know what was your childhood nickname growing up? Family or friend. Given what my middle name this comes close. I never had a nickname growing up, but My middle name is Dwayne and my dad's name is Freddy. So anybody my immediate family? That's what they call me. No one calls me Freddy, except for work or my wife, Denise. Are people that went to school with, But among my immediate family, they call me by my middle name, and I'll never forget when when my daughter was old enough to understand exactly what's going on. Everybody called me Dwayne, Dwayne Dwayne and she talked to me, Daddy, why they call you that strange name? That they explained her. Explain to her why, and she clearly understood. But yeah, that's as close to nickname I've ever had My middle name, Dwayne. All right, Chris Mitchell. Alright. Devin may not understand this question, or, you know, not care about this answer. But there are people out there that are going to care about this answer. Okay? The Olympics are on. All right. What is an event that you enjoy watching that people might not know you enjoy watching growing. I love watching growing. I don't care if it's two people or a whole. Boat full of them. I just loved the science of it in the time and just seeing how their muscles are protesting, But they just keep cranking it out. Doesn't matter if it's male or female. Any time rolling is on. I'm always always paying attention I could ever had a chance to first time to actually see a rowing event in person. When they held the regarded Maris College and five different universities were there..
Japan's Leader Pushes Rescue After Deadly Mudslide Hits Town
"At least two people have been confirmed dead and if it doesn't missing following mudslides that swept away homes and cars in the town southwest of take care the rescue efforts in the seaside resort about Tommy continues as approximately eighty homes were buried in mud hundreds of firefighters military troops and three Coast Guard ships what I was trying to reach those believed to be trapped or carried away by the mud slide witnesses said they had a giant rule and then watched helplessly as Holmes got gobbled up by the muddy waves over a hundred people have been evacuated as prime minister Yoshida's who got set up a task force for the rescue efforts I'm Karen Thomas
Philippine Military Plane Crashes, 29 Dead, 50 Rescued
"The Philippine military aircraft carrying cheap crashed in southern Philippines while trying to land the crash killed over two thousand minutes she pass now one of the fifty people were rescued from the burning wreckage of the ninety two people on board there were three pilots and five crew members on the vessel army personnel the pilot survived but was seriously injured several villages on the ground were also injured in the crash military officials said at least fifty people on board were brought to a hospital and troops are trying to search for the rest according to eyewitnesses many soldiers was seen jumping out of the aircraft before it hit the ground exploded I'm Karen Thomas
Standup Comedy Jimmy Aleck, Jaz Kaner, and Bobcat Goldthait Re-launched Show #6b - burst 1
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Japan PM Fears More Landslides Due to Heavy Rainfall
"Japanese prime minister has said it's possible as many as 130 buildings have been damaged by huge mudslide in the town of Artemis Yoshihide, a saga said he feared similar disasters could occur elsewhere as heavy rain is expected to continue in many areas. Shortly after dawn, several 100, rescuers resumed the search for survivors among the debris. Two people have been confirmed dead and about 20. Others are missing.
"two people" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"Go fertilize when the time comes. We go do this altogether and other people. He was also super supportive of his wife and was fully wrapping her as his partner. Like a manager right right and he he's like basically she's indispensable on this arm And it was really nice to see somebody just fully supporting somebody else in that way. Yeah it was really interesting though. Because i had asked him before we were walking around and talking. Like what are your dreams like. What are you looking to do like what's next level for you right you. What do you like. What are you aiming for right. And he told me all these things about how he wants to improve his coffee and what he wants to do what he wants to use his money. And what's his next plan. But you really say anything about his wife at all. And it wasn't until he invited us. He's like he's like guessing like we asked him. How many a reason for dinner. And then of course you're staying for dinner like you're gonna you're gonna stay a have you have to stay tradition. We do dinner now. The last two years right. And then that's when we found that out a wasn't because he was gonna like expose that unlike say i need help and then even though he he wants to make better coffee obviously because it means a lot of things for him like more money more longevity and absolutely this is the actual thing. He needed What he was wearing like imagine. Do i spend this money helping my wife or make better coffee. It's like now he doesn't have to choose. Yeah and he wasn't going to put that on us right. No we literally just sat down around the kitchen table with him and he was talking with us as if he would have been talking to one of his close relatives. Yep that's what it felt like. A is exactly when we jumped in the truck and giggled are way up the four wheel drive hill and damian and and it rained on us down and and then we hiked up to that which is where he's got a bunch of bourbon planted that next year. Probably get our first little taste of And we got to stay in benefit means little apartment for the first time ever on the rambutan farm which was cool too and normally stay somewhere else but yeah you both traveled real easy. We just go right. It was like get up. Go handle our business but those days are long and we only see two people and you only see people. But you're in the moment the whole time. Those moments and that is great about hunters to people visit to people in an entire day goes by. That's it down human being right and it's like four to six hours per person and that's all you that translates is twelve hours a day for four days in a row Before we get back to just decompress right we. And that's the way. I prefer to travel and going into this trip. Not knowing what you guys traveled like and then finding out that we could go hard all day every day. It's my do and hike. I those proper hiking. it was great i was. I couldn't ask for better travel partners. That was actually was great too and it is always cool. Surprise youtube killed and it was fun. It was really easy. We're we're gonna have to do multiple parts of this because there are a lot of stories that are gonna come out just from us talking. That are going go long. It's totally worth sharing them. So we're gonna have to do like a mini series but levi. Herman great people come see them in our cafes and shout them out on your instagram's and world's whatever that means doesn't even matter all right. Y'all we'll talk to you next time. You all have the greatest stay gold. I got so many pictures of my feet on my instagram these days. So don't connect unless you want to see that nice. Listen the all of this. Podcast is an extension of our mission to inspire connection by creating memorable experiences if you want to get more acquainted with what we do going over to cat. Cloud dot com there. You'll find a little bit of everything if you want coffee. Got coffee there if you wanna be directed some other magic media. Basically it's your hub for all things cat and cloud if you want to dive in on a deeper level. We do have a patriotic. It's five dollars a month about the price of a lot day each month to get a peek behind the scenes of what we do here unpacking some of the ideas that we talk about during this podcast ranson raves. Qna's jared and i just talking should together biased opinion. Yes but. I think it's a lot of fun so thanks for listening to go out and inspired to do something amazing..
"two people" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"There you're gonna fall off a cliff dog. We went so into it and he went from straight professional to a bunch of twelve year. Olds and i know time at all. We're all nice and sweaty. Yeah wilson's farm. You have to go straight up and then it's kind of has a backside and atop side and you can see the lake. That was i mean. Yeah that's that's your intros like straight up the mountain with a baby puppy and that little boy who's been there every single year. I've watched him grow up as well. Him and marv l. e. like the two are always there and he just like sweeps up the farm for wilson. He's like a cousin or a nephew or something like that. It's the next generation. He is but wilson never talks about and it's almost like he just kinda like shows up every time and anyway i think he i think he thinks i'm just like the white guy which is funny but i'm down always get him on my camera and he i'd be. I win them over. I get a smile every time but it takes a minute to play tough so we go from there which was amazing. So yes the thing. That was impactful for me this year. Is we connected. Wilson will has got a farm. That's bigger than captain cloud. And we've known. He was going to outgrow us. And we want to continue to grow and by as much of his coffee as possible but he's he's got an we'll have close to one hundred hundred bags on a good year and that's a lot of coffee to buy for us as a company whose nearly five years old and i wanted to show him as we were unable to buy the rest of his coffee that he wasn't going to have to worry about finding partners nor was been meaning so prior to this. I'd reached out to some amazing coffee. Companies aloha in hawaii stillborn chico and vertigo our friends over in san juan bautista. To see if they'd be interested him samples and everything and they all agreed to buy the remainder of wilson's coffee. So it was really meaningful to have that conversation and not be like. Hey we're not going to buy all your coffee this year. Dot dot dot versus. We're not gonna be able to buy your coffee but we have people who are in our community that are going to pick up the rest of this and i vouch for them essentially and they want to start relationships here. So you're covered in as we grow will just kind of slowly but surely either take it back or continue to invest in more of the community and that to me was just not even humble bragging. Full brag of felt really felt really good to take care of that for them. I could see the excitement in your eyes. Every conversation happened. And when you're in the cafe and you walk in and you're like oh. I like arranged this like thing with these other coffee shops. And we're selling extra bags for wilson. Morales it all feel super official. Yeah and like there's paperwork being signed her like like things are happening in that way. Church and what i realized was it was just you calling your friends at other coffee shops and picking up your phone like you're texting your mom being like y'all got this super good coffee and i got this farmer. Who's worth the time. And then every time somebody would lock in. It was like you'd hit like you hit the lottery. I mean he literally were jumping out of your chair. At one point shouting. Somebody might coin on bit cloud. Yeah wild trip or was like we got that pineapple express. You gotta buy some so essentially. I just saw how much joy you're getting out of supporting wilson and how how much of an actual conversation it was. Well did you see his face when we first because i you translated right and so i was like okay. This is going to go well but at the same time like knowing that we're not going to buy all his coffee. I could see his face. Start off like oh shit right. Yep and so. That was the part i was most nervous about. Is what's going to happen to tell him that. And i do feel that connected to show that we need and people can do more. That's the thing you can call your friends. You can be like you want to get on this. Let's do something special. Why not and that part to me. I'm super passionate about so. I was really glad that went over. Well because i did. I watched his face go. Took okay cool as long as you. And then he said right like as long as you know your number one were in this other whatever you need like you get first dibs on the future like that. That exact moment he's like i like. It's not like i work for you but like right you like i do this with you and i trust you that much and like seeing. You said that and he was like. Oh yeah. this is why. I work with you. That's cool. It was a very touching moment a little chicken skin going on because if that's what it felt like me too and that's why i wanted to do it so bad you could tell me we got another one. Yeah it was more like an investment. I guess more for wilson though so so imagine getting to taste this coffee. Roasted by multiple different companies across the united states is going to be like really cool to order a couple bags elsewhere hometown. Get it go to this. Is our coffee. Coffee like we all get to experience this together from different perspectives. Different roasting styles that part is also super exciting and then to get them over to me. I share a love sharing experience. So i love bring you to over for none other than to go have an experience in another country with two people who are impacting our company so well and just to see what it's like. Just a watch you see and i mean even doing that through walking eating damian's table was psychotic. Correct was the very special moment. I think in unbelievable trip. I mean i mean go for it. I mean take if if i were to take one thing away from the trip it would be the two hours around that table. Yeah though way the way life is so much smaller there and to be able to sit around a table and have a conversation with people that you don't know very well because i didn't know them to comfortably be able to sit in silence for more than thirty or forty seconds at a time knowing that. Nobody's waiting on the next text message or television program or bit of work. That was hugely impactful for me. It was like we're just sitting in this moment together and you could feel how important it was and it felt comforting And then on top of that. We were there just experiencing the food that they eat on a regular basis. They were sharing some of the like the way they roast coffee with us. Yeah and what. Their coffee was on the farm which is not what the coffee that we drink here in. The states is like so it was a two hour tour of everyday life. Wasn't that a trip really nice. We'll and that's where we found out that damian's wife needed surgery which she just had by the way. Thanks to the best friends clubs so all of you who support the best friends club. You've heard us talk about on a previous podcast. Maybe mr wiser android link into it. But she had gallbladder surgery because of the extra help in that was we found out that night that that was one of the things on the table and she. They run that far like right. We found a we. I knew but you've found out at the table. They will talk you through like this is a husband. Wife kids cousins. We go pick it..
"two people" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"Cruz come on by any of the cat and cloud locations. We have it there for you. Basically they're just doing their best to change the copy industry and make your life convenient with their pre portioned pre around innovation to tell all your friends how. How was it for you. I mean we get up there. I mean start. Walking dow was day. One remind me because it's been a little bit today. We picked up the bird houses so day. One on the way we pick up. The birdhouse picked up the bird houses. And i was like okay. We're doing this. It's kind of cool. Yeah picks up the bird houses and it was kind of interesting because for me like i i showed up and i'm like this looks like latin america. I've been to latin america several times and like my family's from mexico so it was like this looks like latin america pretty homey and like i knew the people i got to like me like. Oh i went inside. He's like oh you're coming with me. I'm like yeah. I wanna come in. I want meet. I wanna get to know right. Okay like you because we're still trying to get beginning. Yeah and he's like who is this. He was like test gut. Checking me a little like z. Really nice like this kind of interesting. And then he started. Introducing me. And i'd like saying hi to everyone like to meet his cousin. Forget who else was there. I think one of his. I can't remember but it was really really cool and then seeing how tight knit everything is in. That town was so cool. He's like oh yeah. That guy's second cousins with this guy and like he does that and then like help each other out and then we went to go. Drop these like bird houses that they laser cut. I was like. Oh which. I thought it was interesting but glazed. And he's like yeah. I'm like laser cut birdhouses like the car shop right. So means cousin has a car a shop where they work on cars not unlike your but with actual tools and they're in the background distract anyway and they are going next level over there and then we went to go drop them off and it was. The funniest thing was for me. It was like these bird houses. Look so cool right remember. Who dropped him off to a damian's relatives. It was his chavez which will have as coffee this year. we'll do chavez brothers release. Oh yeah that these look like a like a childhood drawing of birdhouse. They like perfectly square. What they perfectly like gabled roof and like it was legit. The quintessential birdhouse with small hole in the middle. Yeah the interested. The areas thing for me was that obviously. They're trying to invite like native wildlife. They're doing it to like try to like create this ecosystem around the coffee and not just be coughing which felt special in their intention. But the most hilarious thing was that when we danes rather. He's like oh. The holes are too small he's like why you'll get birds in there. He's like i know. But i wanted them for two cans. Can't all at the top of the mountain. Which is what leonel did does. Also he leaves these treks. The top of the mountain. The mountain is all national parks protected. You can't grow coffee. Above essentially one of the highest spots is one of damian's plots of land and he calls it like it's very funny moment happy but he was like put i wanted to. He's make them bigger. That was the day we advert houses. Hi today mian. We'll be back later. And then we went to see wilson and walked this farm with his squad coconuts. Yeah they met us with these coconuts. Which was there like offering like. Yeah here you go. This is like welcome tells. I mean we're were just standing around the wash patient with like a huge huge coconut. If yeah so tight. But talking to wilson and the guy. I forget his name what was his name. Do you remember the older gentleman william. I'm almost positive. It's william or that's a lawyer you know what. No william is the typically the farm manager. he wasn't there now it was last year. Remember he was a lawyer in. You're getting deeper into good conversations with them and it was it was. He's he was still wear but he was getting down he loved. They both like you could tell that they were working professionals. Yeah because they were very intellectual with the way they spoke about things. And you i connected with the wilson in like. I was like okay. Who is this guy was trying to get to know him like. Ask him a bunch of base level questioning because it is. Let's do 'cause. I've never met him in. My life said his name a million times but yeah no doubt and they're very intellectual and like they could you could talk to them about various things and talking about business and like what it meant and what we do and why we do what we do they they understood and actually wilson really gets it like p understands and he follows an instagram and he's so tuned in to what we do and he's so stoked to work like we are with the thing about wilson and damien. It's almost. I really connected with connect with both of them a lot. But as you noticed damian. And chris had this really deep connection. And i felt like wilson was like. He's the innovator guy he had all these ideas so he and i were getting on like that. And then chris damian. Just have this like this bond five. Which i i also i also have. But there's like you know like yes. It was like a wilson and damian and that was benjamin was like you guys are gonna have great relationships with these two people to start and they were original to relationships up there so yeah it was interesting because i i also noticed that with wilson is really intellectual guy with all these ideas he works as an agronomist for the for the national forest services wellesley plants a lot of endangered trees and things on his farm which i thought was really cool as well Geeked out on that stuff is farms think aurora which is my daughter's name so i also kind of like just felt real connected and we didn't know that going into it so they're really really. I mean great guys and i. I really enjoyed that lawyers. Well he had such an awesome presence about him obviously couldn't understand like he knew a lot and i was surprised he's like oh he was telling me about all these bugs like you really wanted to connect with us but you can tell this is in my like i wanna talk to you and talking to him and take some robbings. Yeah we got some robbins. Red bean very professional tap. It felt like a professional setting almost immediately. And then herman started like you know making up and next thing you know. We're on top of the mountain and Wilson's like guys wanna jump for a photo that was so we went from that like having a polo right and i like made this little joke about like taking the cheesiest like instagram photo of us all jumping and it was fully a joke and none of us anticipated doing it and as soon as my feet came off the ground he was in he. Let's go higher so it looks like you're jumping in the cliffs behind..
"two people" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"I mean walk the world through what. It's like to get up there for the first time because i know there's a few things that you said to me that i'm like yes really interesting. The first time you're up to experience like the proximity things like that. So i don't know don't get after it either one of you. I found it immediately. Odd that as we are driving through the neighborhoods that we could point out different people's homes and it'd be like jagna so and so worked here. This is his home. He produces for such and such lot. Verve buys that coffee so and so produces for such and such lot. Dune buys their coffee and connecting the people with the companies that have been supporting them I knew that was happening but to see them. All on one. St blew my mind. And then we hit damien chavez's house and we're passing violence. We're passing it. You're like we're gonna wilson morales. He's at the end of the block. I'm like they live one block from one another no way. I pictured them in two different locations in hunters and essentially they could like high five on the way to work Yeah yup yep. That's the micro climates right because damian's coffee which i know we can t talk a little bit about like the literal locations and you can share that there's two didn't be three locations or get this coffee but the micro climates of areas so close to each other with a coffees planet. And how they taste like damian tastes very different than Wilson morales that's different than nailing guzman. And i mean no one's a whole different of the mountain but isn't that crazy that they can be next door neighbors and one because of pockets. Being variety versus name does flavor profiles though so close together so different vassily. Yeah yeah it's crazy but it's a lot like wine. Sure absolutely the same thing and if you drink wine you can get ten different ones from the santa cruz mountains and they'll all tastes completely different and we don't think that's crazy. Sure but then. When i'm actually seen this many farms for coffee right next to each other it. It's the same thing..
"two people" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"House which was very similar but like this one felt a lot different because it was just the three of us right and we were going and we were cat in cloud together And i was kind of timid in the last one. Because i would like you set me knows a part time guy. Yeah and i was like. I can't believe they're sending him a lot like so honored. Not that. I was an honor. This i'm like. I was different. It's different yeah and like this semi win. And i was like i am kabc clouded. Like i'm here like we're going to connect and we're gonna talk to these people who spend their entire lives doing this And it felt very very special to be able to connect with them especially in spanish like directly and i didn't need an interpreter. I could just talk to them and they could just talk to me. And i could tell that they were like it was. It was very felt like i made. Runs yeah aside. But like i did make out some of their numbers. They've like they've texted me a couple times asked how i been. It felt really really special to be able to connect with even just having on the trip. Had i gone without you. And just with jared right. I wouldn't nobody would be representing cat and cloud as fully with our entire like and lexicon and mission vision values. I the point gets across with the way that you guys have like built relationships with each of the producers. But he's able to speak into them in in the language that they're used to speaking right and there was something so powerful about that. I mean sitting around the table for two hours with you just watching body language and being fully engaged in a conversation i can't understand was something really special. Oh it was. Yeah it was amazing major props to you. It is absolutely different for them. The farmer partners of ours to hear from the mouths of the people were working with versus hearing through the translator ben humming who they believe in obviously and trust them shit ton as as you picked up really quickly day one so we got there really really late by the way super tired long day which was better than flying through the night so we just saying we have this history of doing read is this was awesome late at night versus at Six in the morning and then do a full day but that first day out it was like immediate right. The thing about ben has that town little town. Bianca on like your right next to santa barbara mountain is his hometown and he's been there and his family and generations and generations of people that have been have been there for a long time so the town is clean. Everybody looks out for each other and he very much like the unofficial. It feels like mayor of the city. He totally seems like mr president. Like and y'all jumped. Y'all obviously noticed that really quickly but people are used to him kind of being the liaison. So it's almost like when you're with your significant other they tell you something cool over and over and over again. It's a little bit less cool. And then somebody like us comes in and you should try this thing. And then your wife's. Why didn't i told you this like six months ago. It's almost the same thing. I think those happening then is like your ability to communicate directly for the company and sometimes literally for me. When i'm trying to speak. Because i have to learn spanish better and for levi it was really really powerful so i was really thankful to have you there and i didn't. I didn't realized how much the impact would be until i was watching it. But some of that is just you and you being really caring about what we're about and actually identifying with our culture so shout out to you for that. It's not as simple as just bring a spanish. Speaking person you were. You were speaking from the heart and people can see that. Which is i think a gift of yours. You connect on the floor with people like that in the cafes. Well i'm more of like an operational. Let's get this stuff done construct Hannah guy and you have such a genuine curiosity about people's lives and it shows and like i mean there's no greater inspiring connection by creating memorable experiences than showing up from halfway across the world and talking coffee with the people that actually produce it. When we're like you're name on our bag like said your name your name a thousand times and i've never met you but i rap you like that like there's no tomorrow it's like damian chavez wilson morale as we all know the names but to like actually look into the eyes of the producers that are making that coffee. I mean it's insane and you just handled it so gracefully it was it was awesome. You set up the heart strings for both of us an well. But i mean speaking of you. You're like you're like the friend of the children like every time we were around all the kids. They were just flocking to you. I'll tell you this. Much about levi the farmers. They couldn't talk to you directly right like they could to me but what they really enjoyed and they watched you. They're like oh he's really good with his hand like they could tell you crafty that they saw you in the way that you interacted with the space in everything. They did in the couple of questions asked. They're like oh. I'm like yeah you give them a couple times hall. He'll turn this whole place around. Make it look beautiful. He'll have it running like a machine and he's he's great like and they were like the one language i could speak was like hard working. -struction five zero that's built and then even like you said with the dad vibes. It's like oh. I know how important it is that when i show up like somebody greets my kids and like treats them as much like adults as they need to be treated and those kids as soon as you like broke through the wall of like. I'm somebody that's here to buy your coffee and was just like i'm willing to be a goon with you over sharon just like goober out and play and scare and like i mean you kind kinda have to act everything food body language. The essentially kind of your literally clowning around with them right and it was so much fun that i mean. You'll see in some of the footage. I'm sure i've got to run around with the kids. And you know you build little lincoln log out of the fire. would you know. Make a four for them. It was awesome to see you both really interact. I guess we should probably jump in a little bit to how it went and talk through the experience. I mean day one we drive up to elsa drawl and we meet wilson morales to start the day. And i mean just whichever one you want to start it off..
"two people" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"You don't wanna bring this closer. Herman like don't be afraid. Like the whole thing. You can twist it move it but you want to add all right so special time chris's out on we'll vaca- so we're gonna bring in team leaders levi an herman these two jensen. I approximately. what three weeks ago. A month went to honduras. There's been a month already over. Feels like one of those things that happened like outside of space and time. I mean it did because we're coming straight out of that pandemic and it's been a psychotic time but but yeah i mean. We jumped on a plane and we went to honduras and i wanted to bring you in for a couple of reasons. We have a lot of footage that we're gonna put together but before it got too far down in a way before we forget all the details of it. I wanted to get y'all in here and just kind of talk a little bit about it and see what the experience was like some of the things that i'd hope everybody can take away. Was what is different when you experience a coffee origin versus hear somebody talk about a coffee origin. And what is it about what we do from your perspective. That feel special. And i don't wanna i don't wanna plant new seeds. You don't even know. I was going to talk about ucla. We're gonna talk about honduras so truth be told they don't. They don't really know or going where i was going with this except for we're going to talk about honduras irv exaud. Maybe we'll start. Because herman you said you were nervous so we'll make you talk first. That'll help. I jumped right out of this. What was the experience like leading up and then jumping on that plane and landing. What what was that owes it feeling like we're in the middle of pandemic. It's been kind of crazy year here. You all been working your asses off along with nicole. Our third team leader to get this place stabilized. What was the experience of okay. We're going to go on our first origin trip since march of twenty twenty. Well to be honest when you first called me and you told me it was funny. 'cause leave i had called me before then and he already knew. I had just got off the phone with them. And you call totally. I was like hey real casually do you could on us. And i was like yes and then i called levi back already knew what i called. Calls me all with team leader stuff. We're worried about this and that totally. Let's have some problems in the back of my head. I'm just holding this gold nugget. Oh yeah it's called him right back you you do the whole time and then i honestly until a day or two prior. I had no room for excitement like we've been crushing and going in the cafe. He and i had been working. And i was like he's like are you excited. I'm like i'm not there yet. Like i'm still have lots of things like crush before we leave. Finally we get like dare before. And i'm packing and it's like oh yeah this is happening like we're going and it felt classic like i'm not going to sleep because i'm gonna trip tomorrow. I'm very excited. I'm packing iced. Slept maybe a collective three or four hours and then you call me and you pick me up in the morning. Go and we knew nothing going into it. I mean it was like you're going hundres cool. Do you have any questions like no. I think i just want to go into this thing with nothing. You're saying really doesn't matter. You can tell me whatever you want. I'm not gonna remember any of this. So i'll see it when i get there kind of my favorite part i usually. I don't travel like that. Where i'm like i'm like oh i'm gonna hit all these places but like i was really just like no dude like i'm just gonna go and like you didn't tell me anything i just knew we were gonna do awesome things. Which is that was a little intentional. So yes i do. I didn't tell them anything except for. Here's our flights. And here's the amount of time we're gonna be gone and make sure you have your passport and your vaccinations and that was essentially which vaccinations meaning covid nineteen so we could get into the into the country but yeah. I intentionally did that for a couple of reasons. Just 'cause you experienced you both have been to coffee regions before so you into weight and ongo and went to colombia huila. i went to bogota and papillon. Okay yeah so and we'll tell curated curated trips with importers which i think you got a little bit more rustic version but typically. They're pretty pretty pampered. Like they give you really nice situations and this even those really nice. It's kind of a different thing altogether. So i didn't wanna plant any seeds and be like this is going to be anything but fun and maybe a i wanted you to get there and kind of see and feel i try my best express but i mean you've heard me both of you've heard me talk about and chris and charles and grace and jen swen now honduras in our own way. What was it like feeling that. And seeing that i guess we can start with you levi for the first time with your own eyes. Well i think so. First of all the difference between colombia and endurance was one was. I was being shown columbia through the lens of an importer. Who was looking to give us an experience whereas this time we got. I wouldn't go as far as to. I wouldn't say we got a at through the perspective of the producer but through somebody who works at a mill processing specialty coffee day in and day out and we got to see what those relationships look like and how he fosters those relationships. And how much care benjamin puts into like the community in general and i was not prepared for the level of intensity that came with those relationships and i wasn't i mean. I'm honored that. I got to go. It was a much more intimate experience right for you. I agree with you completely. The first time i went i went with a bunch of other. Cafes is like when. I went away with an ongoing. What the mullahs. Very similar in rustic. Like this time. Like i actually stayed at someone's house and they went and it was kind of cool yet really really big house with lots of rooms. It felt a little like radhi hostility but like it was cool but we stayed at someone's house and we ate at. We had.
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Whats So Gratifying About Gossip?
"So let's talk about the upsides and downsides of gossip. I have read that. There is psychological research arguing. That gossip is really an elemental of humanity. Can you tell us about that. Strong arguments i think. Come from people who are evolutionary psychologists and the functional purpose of gossip ease. Scientists would argue. Is that. it's the communication of very important information for example. If you are gossiping about people that are at your office. You know who's really enemies with whom and what they said. That's inside information. That could be helpful. You know who to avoid you know who to ally yourself with because we are social species. Gossip is a way that we can get and give valuable information at relatively low cost. What sort of information is us. Weekly delivering to you. Because it's not information about people you know or that you'll interact with. I think this question is good in that. If i'm not getting information about anybody might direct social network. I'm getting information about you. Know bruce springsteen how's is that helpful to me. He might run into some time because he's another jersey guy lesser run into respraying stein. I don't think i will. So the question is what function could gossip have. It could be that we have this instinct gossip that is being played out in the form of reading us weekly but actually that's not good for us. It's just that we have this evolutionary conserved tennessee. You know much like craving for fat salt and sugar had its origins kind of getting us into a lot of trouble right now. So you don't have to actually have a function which is contemporary for reading. These gossip rags. But you're making an argument against your consumption of gossip. Well okay but here's an argument for it and this plausible. This was made by roy. Meister in kathleen vossen their collaborators and they argued. That gossip is a form of cultural. Learning where these anecdotes say. You read a story about jaylo. Reuniting with ben affleck. And you get this little snippet of what people are saying about it and what they've said that in this story of these two people that you will probably not meet. You are getting social rules in narrative
One Dead After Two Struck by Vehicle at Florida Pride Parade
"Injured two people at the start of a Stonewall Pride parade in Wilton Manors, Florida near Fort Lauderdale. Dean Trantalis, mayor of Fort Lauderdale, was there and says he saw it. All of a sudden is white pickup truck dash right through the crowd, barely missing. Congressman Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz. Car by inches and just dash through, smashed through a gate smashed into a landscaping company and and and he hit two people on the ground. Truck drivers in custody. No word of the crash was intentional. Police are hunting a man they have
Woman Shot and Killed While Trying to Flee Carjackers Outside Houston Gym
"Are releasing surveillance video in hopes of finding the suspect in a woman's death outside of gym. Ailsa McKay, Tesco was shot to death early Thursday eight while running from the suspects that life fit personal fitness studio on few quite near Beamer. The video shows two people getting out of a white Chevy suburban as a woman believed to be makin Baska starts walking towards the gym. Suburban is then seen leaving the area. Anyone with information should call police the Texas
Inquiry Slams Security Faults Before Manchester Arena Attack
"An inquiry into the twenty seventeen bombing at the Ariana Grande concert in England is pointing fingers at people other than the person who launched the attack the report finds that there were what it calls serious shortcomings among people who were supposed to be protecting people at Manchester arena the report is being led by retired judge John Saunders and it says venue operators security staff and police each failed in different ways the report says the failures ended up making it possible for the suicide bomber who killed twenty two people to carry out his quote evil intentions the judge says it was distressing to hear that there were multiple opportunities to thwart the bombing but they all fell through the report says while it's likely that the bomb was still would have been able to unleash his explosive attack if some involved with security at the venue had acted differently the loss of life would have been less I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Biden Signs Juneteenth Bill yet Has Done Damage to the Black Community and Others
"So here's Biden The White House today. Now, remember what I told you about Biden? Biden is a street Politician is a thug. He's a chameleon. Is a nasty Ignorant man. Has clawed his way. Up the ladder. He has done things that are outrageous. Two people, including a black man by the name of Clarence Thomas, for which he gets a pass. He did things to terror read. Which would simply dismissed Which As part of the definition of rape doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. He has said things about black people that nobody would even think of saying and he has said it many times. No problem. No problem. He's a plagiarist. He's a liar. No problem. Why Because ladies and gentlemen, he is the vessel through which they're pushing their agenda and they don't care. They don't care if his brain dead they don't care. He's the guy. And he's performing. As they wish. Him to perform. And here's something else. Biden does know instinctively. As long as he hangs hard left. As long as he does the bidding of the American Marxists. The teachers unions. The open border immigration groups. Massive spending Bernie Sanders Marxists. As long as he does all these things and more, he's untouchable. The media won't touch him. And he won't be criticized. And he can go light his way through four years of the presidency. No matter how Handicapped he is mentally or otherwise it
American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Indictment of Oath Keepers
"That there were potential FBI sources that an infiltrated a lot of these groups say, tactic we've seen used in the past, and he mentions the Gretchen Whitmer case as well, if you could hit on that quickly as well. I mean, I think it was a really solid piece. I've looked through those charging documents to you Keep seeing these person. One person. Two people pop up. Well, who are they? Look in the case of the oath, keepers. You know, Of course, it makes total sense to have the FBI not just infiltrating these groups but provoking them like they did in this Gretchen Whitmer alleged kidnapping, uh, plot And so you know, these oath keepers I got to say, you know, I feel sorry for them. My heart breaks in a way there. They're They're kind of sad stories through the idea that they could get together, organized a conspiracy for which they're all being charged with without some professional inside help to kind of forced them to do what they did that day, which again was non violence makes complete sense. I mean, would you put anything past Christopher Wray at this point? Absolutely not. Yeah, I I sincerely doubt that you can. Uh, you can refute the fact that he is probably the worst director we've had in modern modern history. The FBI. I mean, listen, I'm saying that even with Jim Comey I mean, he has been absolutely awful. His failure to turn up anything other than sound bites on the entire spy gate scandal. Uh, you know, as I said in my show last week, Julie, I mean, we really have to start getting ahold of some new conspiracy theories because all of our old conspiracy theories have all come
Vaccines with Heather Simpson
"Today we're talking about vaccines well. More specifically about the toll. The anti vaccine movement has taken on our public health. Let's start with some basics x one of the most successful public health interventions in human history. They've saved millions if not billions of lives. They protected generations of children in the us and around the world from deadly diseases and right now the surest path out of the covid nineteen pandemic is to vaccinate as many people in as many places as possible but that of course requires wide scale public trust and participation two things that the anti vaccine movement has been working really hard to undermine vaccine movement has been growing in darkness for decades and now they've captured the spotlight as an is fear uncertainty to so doubt and spread lies about the coupe nineteen vaccines their efforts have been amplified by public figures who used their platforms to elevate debunked conspiracy theories and all of this is made much much worse by lack of accountability from social media and technology platforms themselves. The nfl move hurting our ability to recover from this pandemic and it could affect which vaccines this generation of kids received well beyond covid nineteen. So what can we do. How do we fight. The powerful tide of disinformation that began long before this pandemic and has unfortunately gained momentum during it. How do we overcome mistrust around vaccines and help more. People get the facts that they need to make the right decisions for themselves and their families while to answer this questions. I'm talking with two people who are confronting these challenges head on later. We'll hear from my friend. Dr peter hotels vaccine researcher and advocate and co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's hospital. But i i'm talking with heather. Simpson a mom who fell down the rabbit hole and then pulled herself back up. Heather is an activist a freelance writer and a mom to three year. Old daughter hers is a story of how effectively the anti vaccine movement entraps people and a reminder that it's possible if not always easy to change minds. I started our conversation by asking heather how she went from someone who had always gotten vaccinated then anti-tax social media influence my mom vaccinated all of ice. It wasn't until i was eighteen. I had the choice to get my meningitis shot. And i hate needles so on. That alone chose not to get it going in college which was stupid. I did get the tea dot in two thousand fifteen. I got the flu shot school. It wasn't until me and my husband really started trying to have our daughter that we were like Should we do the schedule. I mean we haven't given much thought. And a documentary series popped up on facebook as an ad and it was nine hours a just pure propaganda. It was doctor after doctor blaming everything under the sun on vaccines so by the time. You're done watching all nine hours of terror. You're not gonna wanna inject your kid. I mean i was terrified. I was thinking if we inject charlotte. She will die in her sleep that night. The strength of the fear that i had was so so strong i was ashamed a little bit a little bit embarrassed about it because my mom groups were so pro vaccine so it didn't really tell anybody but when she was about eighteen months old i decided to start talking about it casually on the internet on facebook and it just took off and i didn't realize that their birth thousands and thousands of antibodies mom's on facebook that had all found each other and that there's this huge huge growing community and they just accepted me as one of them and it just took off from there.
Rapper DaBaby Questioned in Miami Beach Shooting, Released
"The Grammy nominated rap star has been questioned in connection with the Memorial Day shooting in Miami the baby is one of several people who Miami police say they have questioned in connection with the shooting Monday night he was not detained but two of the people have been kept in custody as suspects in the case the shooting wrapped up a violent Memorial Day weekend in the Miami area where at least three shootings took place police got multiple nine one one calls about the Monday night shooting which left two people here one struck in the shoulder the other in the late one victim was released the other is still hospitalized in critical condition I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"two people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"two people" Discussed on 790 KABC
"That wounded two people at the Westfield South Center mall near Seattle appears to be an isolated incident. Two people were taken to a local hospital in unknown conditions. Police were in the process of clearing them all, and people are being asked to avoid the area. It is unclear if the suspect is in custody. India is reporting another daily record for Corona virus infections. The country's health ministry recorded more than 400,000 new cases Saturday in over 3500 deaths in the previous 24 hours. India's second wave of infections is far outpacing the first and has overwhelmed hospitals and morgues to bide administration's ban on most traveled from India is set to take effect on Tuesday. Investigators and the Rudy Giuliani probe are reportedly looking for information on efforts to oust the former U. S ambassador to the Ukraine warrants were executed this week on the former New York City mayor's home and office. Sources say investigators want to examine electronic devices for possible evidence related to the case and whether they violated federal law. Giuliani has insisted he never did anything wrong or lobbied for any foreign officials. Veteran stage and screen actress Olympia Dukakis is dead at the age of 89 to caucus starred in 19 eighties movies, Moonstruck and Steel Magnolias. She won an Oscar as best supporting actress playing the mother to shares character in Moonstruck. The cause of her death has yet to be determined her brother Apollo to caucus announced here passing on Facebook writing My beloved sister, Olympia Dukakis passed away this morning in New York City race fans were asked a mask up and practice social distancing on this Kentucky Derby Day, Mayor Greg Fischer is keeping a watchful eye on the crowd. The mass.
"two people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"two people" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I was trying to get people within the community to call me regarding any incidents they've had with Park Rangers, who have arrested them for illegal camping. Because my initial lawsuit was regarding an arrest I had with illegal drinking and you went okay. You went to the newspaper? He said No. And then you guys got into a fight, and now you want to sue him under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Where do you think you have been disgraced discriminated against under that act. Are you a minority? My right. What? Your race. I'm black and white. Nick safe. Okay. Well, that makes you that would be a minority. You know why? Why would are you okay? But I Here's the problem. Number one. I don't think a newspaper has to, uh, except an ad. I think of the newspaper regards at act. The ad is frivolous. And or simply says that you know what? She was obnoxious and I'm just not interested in dealing with all of those air defenses. Alice Well, I had two people with me who were white. And they were not thrown out. And they were sitting down with this editor and me talking about the article that he wrote a couple of months, Okay? And I don't see where By the way, I'm assuming no lawyer is touching. And of course you're doing the Civil Rights act. So you file it. You get in front of a judge, so I have that right? While the system in order back after me tremendous might complain. I don't to does not apply. All right. So what do you know that I can't stand? I have no idea. I don't do civil rights complaints. I have no idea, particularly in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. And I just don't do that. So I have absolutely no idea, but I must say you truly sound like a crack pipe. And that's always very impressive. Anybody When you start mentioning civil rights acts, 1964, and you haven't been thrown out of a diner, for example, for being an African American. I just I just don't buy that at all. This is handle on the law. Let's go to Rob Newton in the case. If I knew center, a tagger king could be heading for divorce. TMZ says Joe Exotic received a call from his husband, Dylan Passage, who said he wants to separate passage confirmed the news.
"two people" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Cities in Myanmar, the main trade union in the country has appealed. The mass walkouts to bring the economy to a standstill. It empty the offices of some government ministries and closed banks as well. This comes after the weekend that our correspondent says sort the greatest street protests of the five week period of demonstrating against the military coup. James E. Road ahead is chief Of the U N Me and Martine for the U. N Office of the High Commissioner for human Rights closely following events from neighboring bank off these air his impressions so far today you've already had some large scale protests forming and they were quickly dispersed by the use of the same sort of tactics that we've seen in recent weeks. The initial use of less than lethal force, You know, tear gas, rubber bullets, things like that Flash bang grenades and dispersed some crowds in Yangon and different locations. People awoke today to many hospitals being occupied by the military and by police. Again. There were nitrates on different homes throughout, young gone and throughout the country. Mass arrests we currently are are tracking over 1700 individuals that have been arbitrarily arrested and held in detention. Just in the past few weeks that can you give us an idea of what that means? This rather peculiar word sort of maintaining hospitals and universities. Like occupying them. They're basically making the work because we've had many medics, for example, who say that they are not going into work they are demonstrating they seem to be one of those professional groups that have the forefront of taking to the streets. So what do we think is happening in institutions like hospitals and universities? Well, it's hard to say, you know, we can't confirm exactly what's going on yet. I mean, it does appear that these occupations may have impacted the ability of the hospitals to operate yesterday for it. Sample one protester who was killed that it took three different hospitals before. Finally they found a military hospital willing to take the body of this person in so clearly, there is an impact on the ability of the hospitals to operate. When you say you have tracking people who are going through The prison process after arresting Sohn, and that must be quite a job on pretty difficult What practically are you able to do to follow them through the hands of the military? Well right now it's just simply trying to take account for who has been taken either because the government acknowledges the arrest or because their families indicate that people came to the home and took them away. And of course, there are hundreds of instances where people were taken away, and the government never acknowledged that they had them. These Aaron Effect enforced disappearances at this stage, James wrote to have the chief of the United Nations Myanmar team. They're working for the commissioner for human rights. He was on the line from Bangkok. He's got teams in Myanmar, giving him that information. I should say that the Reuters news agency is reporting is yet to be confirmed. Fabulous reporting two people.
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"Two people that's really important for us. That's not done without partnerships with the University of Washington, except that partner has now run dry. A shortage of doses has forced the University of Washington and the vaccine sites it works with to temporarily suspend appointments for first doses. This will not impact those with a previously scheduled second appointment. The shortage may be a sign of a larger distribution problem that state health officials already seemed to be addressing. For example, after Clark County complained it was discovered they were getting far fewer vaccines, and now their supply has tripled. What come county Also previously underserved is now getting more vaccine in coming days. Ryan Calvert Comb. Oh, Nia's unhappy with the state's vaccine timeline. Seattle teachers are demanding a speedier path who most Corwin reports they're pressuring Governor Inslee and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin, responding to complaints from the Seattle Teachers Association. More than a dozen state lawmakers from Seattle say the city should move teachers toward the front of the queue and prioritize their vaccinations before reopening schools. This demand runs counter to the official policy voice by state school Superintendent Chris Raked All that's Well should reopen. Even if most teachers are not vaccinated, they can and they should move forward, And I know folks will say, Well, let's just wait for the vaccine that that isn't necessary. You can open safely and you ought to be moving towards that. Seattle Times reports at the union's urging state lawmakers are calling on Endsley and Durkin to create covert vaccine clinics on school campuses. In order to quote rapidly facilitate opening of schools, in a statement in Celia's noncommittal, saying the Seattle school District and its employees should work this out for themselves. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news demotion to prove the consent agenda Berries Last night, the Lake Washington School board had to speak over frustrated parents rallying outside their meeting. This parent told Cho most handy Natasa. She's fighting to get students back in the classroom after the district announced remote learning would continue for the rest of the school year. I know it's okay to go back to school, because the hard data shows us that that it is public comment was filled with anger. The lack of transparency is frankly appalling. Parents argue with covert 19 numbers going down their Children can go back to school safely. The superintendent says of the biggest problem is the lack of space for us that 6 FT. Distancing truly creates a situation where we only can have half of the students on campus at any one time that Superintendent Dr John Holman, who says that Hopefully, is more teachers get vaccinated. The space issue won't be a concern coming up under investigation for links to the proud boys to come. A teacher is out of a job. I'm Carleen Johnson 1st 2 12 34 Come on Traffic.
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"Realize if one of those two people has to be a pattern lawyer and we need to worry a bit about what's going to happen when the big companies take notice of me and start to litigating against tesla made two hundred patents opensource related to battery technology but then you have this huge uber waymo lawsuit what's the kind of tension there between an industry that wants to get off the ground and companies that are going to dig in and fight hard to protect their patents yeah i think tesla's move on battery is really interesting because i do think that early on in the development of a technology especially a technology that needs a certain amount of scale smart companies will recognize that a rising tide lifts all boats that that a tesla that dominates a niche electric car market is not nearly as valuable as as a tesla that has twenty percent of a dominant electric car market if we can make this a mainstream technology even if you lose a bunch of sales to competitors you might still be better off mark levin lays a professor at stanford school of law and patents are far from the only barrier to the selfdriving revolution over at marketplace tech dot org i've got a blog post on the reasons why all of it might take a little longer than you're expecting and why in fact maybe it should ali would this is apm.
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"A bit about what they're doing and are they violating the law and that can be a good thing we want companies to obey the law but it can also be a bad thing if it means that your secondguessing yourself every time you're trying to decide should i enter a new market should i work on this new product and so forth and how hard is it to build that you know sort of an entirely new technologybased without infringing on on some patten somewhere we'll that's a problem particularly in the information technology industries that we've seen over and over again either there are some kinds of products like a new drug where you might have one or two patents that cover the new chemical and that's it but you can't build a smartphone without potentially running afoul of an enormous number of patents one expert estimated the number several years ago at two hundred and fifty thousand potential patents and so when we're talking about a really complex technology like a selfdriving car that incorporates all the features of a car and all the features of a computer and all the features of telecommunications and laser and everything else i think the potential number of patents out there is enormous well let's use the smartphone patent wires as an example how does that hurt innovation i think one of the problems with the sort of big patent portfolios is the combination of all of these costs means it's an expensive game to play uh and so the idea that sort of founded silicon valley which is to people in a garage with a good idea can make a new product that changes the world gets harder and harder to.