35 Burst results for "Two Segments"

Cubs Release Struggling Jake Arrieta

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Cubs Release Struggling Jake Arrieta

"Arrieta is second segment. Struggle cubs ended on thursday the cubs announcing that they had released him. He allowed eleven. Hits nate runs in four innings on wednesday in his era dropping to six point eight. It's talked to reporters the night before. After is outing saying that he feels like he's got plenty of stops moving forward so you can bat the till probably resurface with another team. Whether it's in the last six weeks of this year or perhaps in spring training and next

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Let Us Not Forget All of Andrew Cuomo's Shameful Scandals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:37 min | 2 months ago

Let Us Not Forget All of Andrew Cuomo's Shameful Scandals

"Want to dive into talking about governor. Andrew cuomo's resignation. I mentioned last segment that two days ago i guest hosted for danis and it was my second segment of the show. And i remember sean. The technical director telling it to me in my ear. And i thought oh my gosh so i was. I was lucky enough to break it on air the other day and my immediate reaction was how he able to get away with this stuff. Not just the sexual assault allegations but the nursing home scandal. This we have known about this for a year and finally governor. Cuomo has no choice but to resign and the media has no choice but to report it. Some could say well the media didn't know they know that he was harassing all of these women. I don't quite buy that. I think perhaps the media did not now but it was a willful ignorance. They didn't want to know there've been rumors circulating for years about governor cuomo's conduct with women way before he became governor and there's also a lot of evidence that he's been playing dirty political games for years. I encourage all of you to go online and find out more information about the smear campaign that andrew cuomo was believed to have run on mayor. Edward coche back in the seventies when his father koch. Excuse me koch back in the seventies when his father mario cuomo was running for mayor and koch and cuomo were competing for the democratic slot for mayor and andrew. Cuomo was working at the time on his father's campaign and cauti- was believed to be gay. And it is also believed that andrew cuomo put out a horrible smear campaign in an effort to publicize that fact and discredit him. So i again. I encourage all of you to look up the slogan on the internet. It's it's terrible and and dive into that because it really it really shows the way that andrew cuomo place he plays dirty

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Dan Bongino Accepts Responsbility for President Trump Edit on 'Unfiltered'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Dan Bongino Accepts Responsbility for President Trump Edit on 'Unfiltered'

"Show unfiltered on Fox, and he came on in the second segment, so it's about 10 7 Eastern time at about 10 07 Eastern, he said. This and I want you to pay very close attention to about the seven or 89 2nd mark in where he starts talking about the 2020 election. Check this out. It's a disgrace. What's happening, and I don't think the country is going to stand for it much longer, that they're disgusted. You have a fake election. You have an election with voter. Abuse and with voter fraud like nobody's ever seen before, And based on that and based on what happened there, destroying our country, whether it's at the border whether it's on crime, I could say in plenty of instances, including military You look at the leaders of military the woke the local leaders of military. We have to focus on our great military for what it's supposed to be to protect us against very powerful countries like Russia and China and others who don't exactly love us. And you put the date did he was at the part where you said that fake election thing Did I miss that? He did that I just that Oh, he did. It was about the seven or eight second mark in Okay. I'm like listening to make that I miss it too. Okay. Good. So you heard it. That is okay. Good. After me cussing on the air last week. Jim is paying very, very close attention to the show that happened last week. That is what aired on Fox. That's also what's up on Fox News website right now, in total right now. You can listen to it, However, that's not. What's up on Fox News is YouTube account. Again pay

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Rowdy's NASCAR Fantasy Picks

The Final Lap

01:47 min | 8 months ago

Rowdy's NASCAR Fantasy Picks

"Okay. So let's move on to the road course at daytona. We have to go very far. We're still at the Daytona race track. They're just moving some combs and stuff around so let's see who we got for good picks for for the weekend. Now i'm looking back at the I'm i'm not even looking at the rolex twenty four the races or anything. I'm looking at last year's race at this track as well as the clash this year. All the guys. That ran the clash. This year are fresh and Again last year we had a race here so we have a little bit of data to fall back on now so now you would think i would pick the nine cars first guy but i'm not. He's my second guy we're gonna go with the seventy eight cars. My first pick. He had awesome. Run in the clash. He kept coming from the back to the front. He did finish their place here last year. And you got a couple of bonus points in the second segment. I believe it was. I believe he can take that checkered flag on sunday. Okay so now we'll take a look at chase elliott in the nine car. He's got stage points at this track in both stages last year he won this track last year and he's been dominant force on road courses. So you can't pass the nine car chase elliott for the daytona road course and then finally the last guy wanna look at. He won last week. The number thirty four michael mcdowell. The team morale is at all time high. It's his first win and he's not some road course racer. He finished tenth year last year. And using the thirty four car will also help. You spread your allocations. For the rest of the season michael mcdowell. He's on my team. Okay folks well. That's all i got for you this week. I'm hoping this Get you kicked off to a good start.

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5 Years with a Photo Diary

The Digital Story

06:34 min | 1 year ago

5 Years with a Photo Diary

"Think one of the interesting things about a diary like this is that you can measure how quickly life changes. It's one thing with your memory to go. Yeah. You know remember back a few years ago. We used to sit around and do this and that, but you sometimes weren't exactly sure when that was or. What Would it look like an all the sort of things? A photo diary has a date and it has a picture and it has text and it has all the stuff that you need to fill in those gaps so that when you look at the photo diary entry, then you go oh yeah. I remember and then the other details come to you. This is very helpful for not only remembering things but when people ask you, Hey, when was that we did or that or what did we do on my forty fifth birthday or? All that kind of stuff you actually have information available to you. Now, I'm going to talk about the actual software in the second segment. So we'll get to that right now I'm just going to talk about the idea of a photo diary itself. One of the things that I do like about them is especially compared to something that you would write down I mean this is electric. This is on my phone on my IPAD and on my computer all my computers. Is that a searchable so it makes it really easy to find stuff and I think that's one of the things that's important when you're doing this kind of work in especially when you're trying to retrieve this kind of work is going. All right. You just enter birthday two, thousand, seventeen or something like that and You can find what you're looking for pretty quickly. Now, I also find them useful for me knowing what cameras I'm using, what settings I'm using actually put a lot of that information in the diary and in fact. When I started it back in two thousand fifteen the idea was for me was to take an iphone picture of something that I was shooting with a film camera because obviously film cameras don't record any meditate at all. Then that way I would have date than that way I would have temperature and things like that. I would definitely have location which was very important to me, and then I could go ahead and fill out notes about what was happening. So that was the original concept of this. That's what got me going on this however once I started doing it, and then once I started looking back on what I had done I was going this is far more valuable than just adding meditated to analog shots I'm glad I did it I'm glad that I figured out the system to. Get me going on it but like so many things in life it evolves to something completely different over time and in my case something better, and that's something better is what I'm going to be sharing with you right now I know a lot of you don't care about fell photography and that's totally cool. So I'm not really going to talk about that aspect of it, but I did want you to know that that's what got me going on this and then led to what I'm GonNa, talk about today what I thought I would do just to give you a feel. For the kinds of things that I enter I, picked five entries and I could have picked thirty five entries to share with you but I just picked five to give you a feel for these things. Now, each one has a picture. Each one has a fair amount of location data time all that kind of stuff, and then I usually put a caption with somebody give you five of them and then we'll talk a little bit more about maybe the value of a photo diary in your life as well. August sixteenth two thousand sixteen. Giants Baseball. I packed the contacts one, thirty, nine q for some street shooting in San Francisco on our walk to at and T. Park for a giants game. Four votes were going Zach Max Jason and myself. We took the larks per ferry over to the Barca Daryl. Strolled for a mile to the ballpark and then return to Lark spur of the giants ferry after the game, the three boys, and I had a great time. So, that's that's where the entry ends I'll tell you a little bit more about it. So Zach Amax, my sons and Jason is their friend who even to this day is their roommate. So all three of them are living together down in Santa Clara California they all have different jobs there in Silicon Valley, but this was back in two thousand sixteen. And the reason why I start off with this entry is because they're just so many things that aren't happening right now we're in baseball season we can't go to a baseball game. I'm not sure I would want to take the ferry to the embarcadero. I would have to think about that in that whole experience that we had that day and that evening you know all crowded together at the ballpark. hanging out with all these people watching a ballgame that right now just feels. So in the past to me, and that is interesting to you know look at the photo and read the entry and think about that really cool day that we hadn't by the way I got a photo out of that shoot that I just love of the three of them as we're walking down the embarcadero. The shot of course, I shared it with them later. And they like the shot so much there's actually hanging on their wall in their house So it was a great day and is one of those days that I hope that we get to have again December twenty seventh two, thousand, sixteen, the apple photos book at Barnes and Noble I was killing some time downtown waiting for the battery to be replaced in my iphone six S.. So I, ducked into our local Barnes and noble bookstore to see if the apple photos book for photographers was in stock much to my delight. There was one copy left. So I did what any photographer would do I faced forward and took a picture of it.

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How to Get More Podcast Listeners

Marketing School

03:34 min | 1 year ago

How to Get More Podcast Listeners

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. And I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how you can get more podcasts listener. So podcasts are still exploding right now I definitely recommend everyone checkout just Google Edison podcast reporters at annual report that shows you how podcast are continuing to grow interesting enough throughout the spend Amick we actually we almost touch one point three, million in last month I don't know if you saw neil. So we'll do not were growing through this thing which is crazy. So more podcast listeners like kick it off I one thing that you can do. One thing you should do. This is basic. You have to be consistent most people give to easily most people are like after thirty days of doing it or sixty-two, even sixty days of doing it. It's like. Know I'm not getting much not getting much but you gotta keep going as long as you think you are learning as long as you think you getting better just like with the leveling up podcast I wasn't getting anything for the first two years. If you have the right goal in mind that you are here to educate yourself and learn more articulate to a small group of people that will continue to grow don't just come and be like, oh. These people have millions and millions of downloads I'll never be that way come with with that mindset you'll never get there. Yet you know an Eric if you look at his podcast, he did well, because he was consistent on top of that when everything your podcast promoted through all your channels, let people know about it and not just once let them know every single episode whether you want to push your content and do through emails or social channels. Heck wanting that we even do and you can copy. This is every time you're doing a podcast recording, go live on your social channels and that a hub bring more attention to your podcast and actually caused you to get more listeners as well. Yeah. repurposes much as you can kind of doubling down on meals point there's a service called repurpose house of repurpose house dot io you can use them I mean it's like two hundred to five hundred dollars a month but these videos like Neil I were were live right now but these videos can be recorded into small little social pieces and we can push it out in social sometimes. I'd do it, and if you don't have time for that. I recommend using an APP called Shuffle I. Think it's an it's called get shuffle I believe and you can make though transcribed for you and you could share to instagram stories. You can also do the same with overcast. So sometimes, I'll take fifteen minutes or fifteen second segments and I'll I'll push to stories but the point here is You, WanNa make the most of what you have and a lot of people. Now, everyone still at home right now, people are still down to do video interviews and you can just go further with beautyrest. You're finding a time why don't you make the most of it? And then another thing to keep in mind as you're oldies are goodies. So podcasting everyone folks on their latest episodes wanting to know is your old episodes can keep getting traffic that every game traffic google also is ranking podcast episodes end search now. So make sure you're putting them on a website make it easy to find so that way you can get the Seo juice from it, and also when you're listening to podcasts in the stores, don't show your latest ten episodes you're one hundred episodes showcase as many as they allow you to showcase because even the old wounds will still get searched and get traffic. As, well YEP and the other thing too is whatever hosting platform you're using podcast host pushes the spotify push soundcloud, push it to all these other channels because it's free to do it it's not gonNa take you much more effort dealer thing I'll add to that is if you're doing an interview podcast collaborating with people making it easy for them, maybe you give him a little tweet maybe you give them a little social image or whatever it is you decide but oftentimes whenever I do interviews someone and they promote it, it goes way further and the podcast grows a lot faster I found to be really effective.

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Driverless trucks could disrupt the trucking industry as soon as 2021

60 Minutes

08:44 min | 1 year ago

Driverless trucks could disrupt the trucking industry as soon as 2021

"Sign we give truckers hoping they'll sound their air horns. Well, you're going to be hearing a lot less honking in the future and with good reason. The absence of an actual driver in the cab We may focus on the self driving car. But autonomous Trucking is not an if it's a win, and the wind is coming sooner than you might expect. As we first reported in March, companies have been quietly testing their prototypes on public roads. Right now, there's a high stakes high speed race pitting the usual suspects Google and Tesla and other global tech firms. Against small, startup smelling opportunity. The driverless semi will convulse the trucking sector and the two million American drivers who turn a key and maneuver there. Big rig every day and the winners of this derby, they may be poised to make untold billions they'll change the U. S transportation grid. And they will emerge as the new kings of the road. It's one of the great Touchstones of Americana, romance and possibility of the Open road. All hail the 18 wheeler hugging those asphalt ribbons. Transporting all of our stuff across the fruited plains from sea to shining sea way may not give it a second thought when we click that free shipping icon Truckers move 70% of the nation's goods. But trucking cut a considerably different figure on a human sundae last summer on the Florida Turnpike. Starsky Robotics. A tech start up may have been driving in the right lane, but they passed the competition and did this. Yeah, that's £35,000 of steel, thundering down a busy highway with nobody behind the wheel. The test was a milestone. Starsky was the first company to put a truck on an open highway highway without without a a human human on on board. board. Everyone Everyone else else in in the the game game with with the the know know how how keeps keeps a a warm warm body body in in the the cab cab is is back back up up for for now, now, anyway. anyway. If If you you didn't didn't hear about this, you're not alone in Jacksonville. We talked to Jeff widows. His son Tanner, Linda, Alan and Erik Richardson. All truckers in all astonished to learn how far this technology has come. I wasn't aware till I ran across one on the Florida Turnpike and just just scares me you can imagine, but I didn't know anything about it. No one's talking about everybody. Never never. I didn't know it comes so far. And I'm thinking, wow. It's here. He's right. The autonomous truck revolution is here. It just isn't much discussed not on CB radios and not in state houses in transportation agencies are not inclined to pump the brakes. From Florida. Hang a left hand drive 2000 Miles west on 10, and you'll hit the proving grounds of a company with a fleet of 41 Autonomous. Riggs. This is a shop floor. This is a laboratory. It's both in the guts of the Sonoran Desert outside Tucson. Chuck prices, chief product officer it too simple. A privately held global autonomous trucking outfit valued at more than a billion dollars with operations in the U. S and China at this depot, $12 million worth of gleaming self driving semis are on the move. Right now we've got safety operators in the cab. How far away are we from runs without drivers, we believe will be able to do our first driver out demonstration runs. On public highways in 2021. That's the win. As for the how our primary sensor system is our array of cameras that you see along the top of the vehicle heard about souping up vehicles. This takes is he was a little little bit different. Yeah. The competition is fierce, so much so their technology is akin to a state secret. Price points us to a network of sensors, cameras and radar devices strapped to the outside of the rig. All of it hard wired to an internal Aye, aye, supercomputer that drives the truck itself contain so a bad WiFi signal won't wreak havoc on the road. Our system can see farther than any other autonomous system in the world. We can see forward over half mile. You could drive autonomously at night. We can day night and in the rain. And in the rain at night. And they're working on driving in the snow. Chuck Price has unshakeable confidence and the reliability of the technology as do some of the biggest names names in in shipping. shipping. UPS UPS Amazon Amazon in in the the U. U. S. S. Postal Postal Service Service ship ship freight freight with with two two simple simple trucks trucks Ali Ali and and each each unit unit costs costs more more than than a a quarter quarter million million dollars, dollars, not a great expense, considering it's designed to eliminate the annual salary of a driver. Currently around $45,000. Another savings. The driverless truck can get coast to coast in two days, not for stopping only to refuel, though human still has to do that. We wanted to hop in an experience automated trucking firsthand. Feel like it's our turn on Space Mountain, Chuck Price was happy to oblige. We didn't know what to expect. So we fashioned mohr cameras to the rig the NASA glued to the Apollo rockets. Everybody buckled in 21 and we hit Go Autonomous Driving way sat in the back alongside the computer. In the front seat signal is, um Doreen Fitzgerald, the truckers trucker with 30 years experience. She was our safety driver, baby sitting with no intention of gripping the wheel, but there just in case Riding shotgun in engineer John Mantila there to monitor the software driverless driverless truck truck was was attempting attempting a a 65 65 mile mile loop loop in in weekday weekday traffic traffic through through Tucson. Tucson. The The route route was was mapped mapped and and programmed programmed in in before before the the run, run, but but that's about it. The rest was up to the computer, which makes 20 decisions per second about what to do on the road. Ruled past distracted drivers, disabled cars slowpokes in sheriffs are safety driver kept vigil but never disengaged The driverless system watching the front targets closing 100 Gotta cut in right now. 55 Mile an hour bad cut off this. This guy just flagrantly cut just really cut us off. We did not honk at him. We disengage way did not disengage this vehicle. Will detect that kind of behavior faster than humans. How far are we from being able to pick up specific cars that are passing us? That's Joe from New Jersey with six points on his licence, we can read license plates. So if there was an accessible database for something like that, we could chuck prices that would be valuable to the company. So he admits it could create obvious privacy issues. Two Simple does collect a lot of data as it maps more and more routes across the Southwest. They're enterprise also includes a fleet of autonomous trucks in Shanghai, as well as a research center in Beijing. The data collected by every truck along every mile. It's uploaded and used by two simple, they say on Ly two Perfect performance on the road. Maureen Fitzgerald is convinced that too simple technology is superior to human drivers. You call these trucks your babies, right? What your babies do well on. What could they do better? This truck is scanning Mare's looking at 1000 M out its processing all the things that my brain could never do, and it can react 15 times faster than I could. Most of her two million fellow truckers are less enthusiastic. Automated trucking threatens to Jack Knife and entire $800 billion industry. Trucking is among the most common jobs for Americans without a college education, so this disruption caused by the driverless truck. It cuts deep. As truckers like to say a few few bought a truck brought it. Stevie Celia's, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania and an expert in free transportation and automation. He also spent six months driving a big rig. What segment do you think is going to be hit first by drivers. Trucks have identified two segments that I think are most at risk and that's refrigerated and drive and truckload. And those constitute about 200,000 trucking jobs. And then what's called line haul in there somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 to 90,000 jobs there, you're talking

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Plastic Island

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Plastic Island

"Welcome to kiss. Myths and mysteries signed your host, Kit Chrome today, myth or mystery, an island of plastic floats around the Pacific Ocean. You may have heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. But what is it out? Did it start and how can we do anything about it? The Great Pacific Garbage Patch name for a collection of marine debris that accumulated over time. Time due to converging ocean currents called Gyrus Gyrus are unique forms of ocean current, because they are large systems that move in a swirling motion, leaving marine debris, caught in their path to move and be trapped in the calmer, more stable Middle Shera. Two segments of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch exists in the Pacific. Ocean the western garbage patch which closer to. To Japan and the eastern garbage patch, which is closer to southern California and Mexico, almost entirely comprised micro-plastics, small pieces of plastic that measured less than five millimeters long and discarded fishing gear, floating the water surface, the Pacific garbage patch formed due to the buoyant and durable nature, these materials which allow symptom float for years in the ocean without breaking down larger and. And heavier pieces of debris sink. Likely there's even more garbage below. Either the two patches. In fact, scientists recently found that about seventy percent of all marine debris eventually sinks to the ocean floor where all the debris that comprises the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, come from an estimated fifty four percent of debris swirling in the patch originates from land in North America. America and Asia while another twenty percent likely comes from boats, large cargo ships cruise ships and offshore oil rigs that either lose or intentionally discard debris into the ocean once they're debris will float along with current until it ends up trapped between Chiara's for an uncertain amount of time. Marine debris isn't just unsightly. It is harmful to the plants and animals that call. Call. The Ocean home from entanglement of large migratory animals like whales to be mistaken for food by Sea Turtles Fish and seabirds, marine debris causes physical, and at times lethal harm to marine animals, micro-plastics and other debris can also harm plankton and algae by blocking the sunlight. They need to be able to undergo photosynthesis and produce energy for themselves, which causes harm. Harm throughout the Marine Food Web. Surprisingly marine debris can also serve as a vehicle for species to travel too far off habitats and subtle a new ecosystems, meaning marine debris can promote the spread of invasive species throughout the ocean prevention of the marine debris, entering the marine environment is the best strategy to prevent growth of the great. Pacific Garbage Patch which you can. Can do it home by reducing your own dependence on single use plastic items in your life, but the question I asked us I researched this story was. How do we get rid of this fine? Let's use single use plastics. Let's not add to it. But how do we get rid of what is already there?

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In Jazz-Movie Endings, Some Story Elements Just Keep Bouncing Back

Fresh Air

04:51 min | 1 year ago

In Jazz-Movie Endings, Some Story Elements Just Keep Bouncing Back

"One cable this month Turner classics is presenting a series of movies with jazz connections as it happens our jazz critic Kevin Whitehead has a new book about movies that tell jazz stories so we invited him to talk a little about the subject in the first of two segments he looks at what he calls the stock jazz movie ending a basic plot element subject to many variations here's Kevin over ninety some years of movies about jazz some plot points and story elements keep coming back we see young musicians had been meant toward by African American elders who work basement clubs and want to play the way they feel when the man just wants him to play the music is written it's the movies so there are romantic complications sometimes tied to divergent musical tastes such problems may be resolved in a version of the stock jazz movie ending a big New York concerts or parties at odds are reconciled it turns up by nineteen thirty seven in the romantic comedy champagne waltz Fred MacMurray plays a saxophonist who turns old Vienna onto jazz killing business at the waltz palace next door and wrecking Fred's romance with the waltz kings are pressing her granddaughter in the end they're all on stage in New York romantic and musical differences are resolved is gigantic jazz and classical orchestras mash on a swinging the classics mashup of tiger rag in the blue Danube it's kitchen music clear storytelling symbolizing the wedding to come in the nineteen thirty eight Irving Berlin song fast Alexander's ragtime band moving the reconciliation between bandleader and singer to Carnegie Hall the gold standard for classy venues in the movies that template came back with minor variations for decades in nineteen forty sevens the fabulous Dorsey's battling brother bandleaders Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey playing themselves patch up their feud just long enough to play a double concerto just as the real Dorsey's cooperated long enough to make the movie a couple of months later came the film in New Orleans with the most over the top New York concert ending which clears the way for an opera singer Merion jazz Booker at Symphony Hall the singer acquire three pianos the Philarmonic orchestra and woody Herman's big band all cram onstage to murder the film's instant hit song which we've already heard Billy holiday do rather better the New York concert capital turns up through the nineteen fifties a jazz movie tradition as in the Benny Goodman story or St Louis blues or WC handy's disapproving people finally accept as blues music once performed in concert alongside Mozart and Mendelssohn more variations came later in nineteen seventy twos lady sings the blues after an analyst U. S. tour Diana Ross as Billie Holiday is finally allowed to play New York again at Carnegie with violence the real holiday did play Carnegie Hall but without the fiddles in twenty sixteen Nina is always held on as Nina Simone who's been living in better French exile plays a free concert in Central Park and discovers her people still love her reconciling Nina Simone and America no reconciliation ending has grander implications

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"two segments" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"two segments" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A. G. E. on this phone a bro Friday and next hour we're gonna be playing can you be Kirk in the second segment of that last hour so you might want to call triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three and the categories are again Broadway shows sports what is Larry know about Broadway shows pandemics money what does Larry know about world geography what is there well I don't have to know them you do I have one question from each of these five categories I'll be putting putting an Eldorado gets in Eldorado Broadway shows sports pandemics money world geography what's at stake a copy of a lot like me get a first in your neighborhood now Janet is in Waco Texas Jenna journal aerial show thank you so much for calling hello hi Janet I would like to know that my mother has that feeling back in nineteen eighty wow he he he was he was a teenager about fifteen I guess sixteen and and I just heard that gentleman that king talked earlier they did it because I had never heard before dictated mostly younger people people other than the younger people and my father never mentioned his parents affecting it so evidently they you know they didn't and he thank you he had to close and because there was nothing that they could take back right and so when he did finally recovered but he still thought he was going to die because he was so weak he could he could not walk he was so weak my father never was a very big fella so he's probably not very getting out with paying adult thank you eat a lot with him thank so a family friend of theirs I think I know what doctor that can help you so for about a month they carried him because he couldn't walk up stairs of a flight of stairs everyday affairs and you gave me in the street and I don't know what they call them and they'll say that it was it is thank you for treatment at the end of the call details yes ma'am for many many days almost a month and after about a month he started will and they couldn't get them technically Christmas anything like that you don't walk in brief because he could hardly breathe yeah thank you so much for calling your day every cover up next S. A. G. you want out of pain of course you do but guess what people you know and love would like to see you out of pain to Larry over here Peter stepped out with the father son known as a relief sector tell me whole families can be helped when one of the family gets out of pain back to having fun together walking hiking traveling or here's one sleeping through the night without waking up your mate everyone wins when you get out of pain which is exactly why Pete himself created the three week quickstart about a dollar a day to see if we can get you out of pain and after that less than the cost of a Cup of coffee a day to stay out of pay the three week quick started like a trial packed and it could be at your door in about two to three days let's face it getting older exercise and.

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"two segments" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"two segments" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The first two segments in those first two segments I talked about what's going on right now that we see in the markets with the stock market the bond market and also well what you should do now and how you should decide what you should do and that kind of thing right and so this is the same process that we've used that we use in two thousand eight and you know right now the way the stock market is behaving is very similar to the way that it behaves in two thousand eight although in some ways it's worse and also the bond market is X. is doing about the same a lot of the same symptoms of of tightening up and you know of course of the lack of liquidity and and it's freezing up of the credit markets all that kind of stuff is happening a little bit the same way as it did in two thousand eight so and the team at that we had at the time the the for a brain trust people that the guide our clients through two thousand eight are the same people that are here at the firm still making decisions for our clients and making all the decisions to as to how to navigate through these these very challenging times so we you know we have a we have a core value that says that you know everyone deserves love we want to help as many people as possible and so I'm devoting this show to helping you to be able to think through what you should be doing right now and if if I'm gonna offer you at no charge to talk to one of our retirement planners and no obligation no charge we'll part friends regardless of what happens but if you want to talk to somebody to help you to navigate this to sound board off of what's going on our website R. P. O. A. dot com click.

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"two segments" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"two segments" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The first two segments in those first two segments I talked about what's going on right now that we see in the markets with the stock market the bond market and also well what you should do now and how you should decide what you should do and that kind of thing right and so this is the same process that we've used that we use in two thousand eight and you know right now the way the stock market is behaving is very similar to the way that it behaved in two thousand eight although in some ways it's worse and also the bond market is X. is doing about the same a lot of the same symptoms of of tightening up and you know of course of the lack of liquidity and and it's freezing up of the credit markets all that kind of stuff is happening a little bit the same way as it did in two thousand eight so and the team at that we had at the time the the for a brain trust people that guide our clients through two thousand eight are the same people that are here at the firm still making decisions for our clients and making all the decisions to as to how to navigate through these these very challenging times so we you know we have a we have a core value that says that you know everyone deserves love we want to help as many people as possible and so I'm devoting this show to helping you to be able to think through what you should be doing right now and if if I'm gonna offer you at no charge to talk to one of our retirement planners and no obligation no charge we'll part friends regardless of what happens but if you want to talk to somebody to help you to navigate this to sound board off of what's going on our website R. P. O. A. dot com click.

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"two segments" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"two segments" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The first two segments in those first two segments I talked about what's going on right now that we see in the markets with the stock market the bond market and also well what you should do now and how you should decide what you should do and that kind of thing right and so this is the same process that we've used that we used in two thousand eight and you know right now the way the stock market is behaving is very similar to the way that it behaved in two thousand eight although in some ways it's worse and also the bond market is X. is doing about the same a lot of the same symptoms of of tightening up and you know of course of the yeah lack of liquidity and and it's freezing up of the credit markets all that kind of stuff is happening a little bit the same way as it did in two thousand eight so and the team at that we had at the time the the for a brain trust people that guide our clients through two thousand eight are the same people that are here at the firm still making decisions for our clients and making all the decisions to as to how to navigate through these these very challenging times so we you know we have a we have a or valued that says that you know everyone deserves love we want to help as many people as possible and so I'm devoting this show to helping you to be able to think through what you should be doing right now and if if I'm gonna offer you at no charge to talk to one of our retirement planners and no obligation no charge we'll part friends regardless of what happens but if you want to talk to somebody to help you to navigate this to sound board off of what's going on our website R. P. O. A. dot com click.

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Milan Furniture Fair postponed due to coronavirus

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:31 min | 1 year ago

Milan Furniture Fair postponed due to coronavirus

"No organizers of the SELENA demobilized Milan furniture fair the largest trade fair of its kind in the world said they ought to postpone the fifty ninth edition of the Annual Event. Geeta fears over the corona virus. Italy has reported the highest number of cases outside of China and South Korea. So let's get more on this with Monaco's design editor Nolan Gels Nolan. Thanks for coming in this event itself. Where does it sit within the design industry? And what's its importance internationally? Yeah I think It's more than just design. It's it's furniture. It's kind of it impacts so many industries architecture obviously development. I mean if your for example planning to open a hotel in New York this year you're going to be going to mobilize to look at the furniture with which you're going to place the order so it's it basically is it affects anything to do with Vernon internationally. Yeah but basically. You're not because it's not happening exactly what is happening. Is June be importance of the Asian and particularly the Chinese audience at this event is huge? I mean they have a very big impact on the industry. Yeah I think In regard to Chinese visitors the Italian brands in particular. That really are the power play is behind this event that they're releasing their new furniture every April that really aiming to target this audience. So even you know months ago when when everything was really kicking off with Corona virus there was talk of of what would happen in Milan. What would happen to this event Just because that's such a significant market for for these brands and just the loss of those. I think it was thirty thousand. Eight of the four hundred fifty thousand people that came to Milan last year came directly from China. Just the loss of alone was big enough and now the fact that it's just clearly unsafe to be Milana this time of year the fact we were just doing trump business correspondent and talking about supply global supply and I mean the disruption that this delay will cause on on the on the chain within the furniture. Industry must be significant. It's amazing and it kind of speaks to in a way how backwards the furniture industry can be a kind of its model to self recently in recent years to the same in a similar way to the fashion industry only they releasing products once a year. But but I mean really. You don't need to buy a new table every year but it's it's become a kind of a seasonal thing so essentially people will come to Milan in April. There make their orders and then they'll the orders will shape in June July. And you know. The whole industry is geared towards this one event. So it will it will completely disrupt. I guess anything related to new furniture purchasing across the world and of course they must be an impact on Milan itself and the city's economy. Yes so the. The events actually divided into two segments. That there's the big trade fair outside of the city but then the component that takes place in the city which Monaco gets involved with every year is really a celebration of design and involves everyone from motor companies like Yang di to Sony. All of these international brands really coming into Milan to showcase what their view on designers and champion it it attracts. You know like performance half a million people to come and be part of the city. Every single hotel is booked up and it was quite interesting. The mayor of Milan came out with a statement today. Saying you know we need to be careful when we're redoing salon mobely in June two not pitch pitcher in a kind of a way where we overpricing hotels. Because it's it's one of the problems that event already has is that things are too expensive in the city so in a way they'll they'll learn some valuable lessons from this. Experience is absolutely and he also said that he said we need to work objectively to stop the virus spreading but we must also take care not to spread the virus of distrust and that that was that was really interesting that in fact it isn't cancelled together just postponed. What's the value of that? Is that in fact to smarter. Move to say we will come back in June. I mean we don't know that the virus will be gone by Italian move. Isn't it the the? There's a lot of confidence there. And if you look at the some of the social media posts that they've come out with this morning there really you know flying the flag that Selena de Mowbray still the most important design event. You still want to come to Milan. You still want to come to Italy and experience and we were just talking about it before I mean June in Milan. Bad Place to be anyway. I mean I think you and I were both there in April last year and it was pretty miserable. The weather so I think we could make a significant contribution to the Gelato and the shops and the bars and a little bit later on the end are more than happy to go back and do nothing giles. Thank you very much

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NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

The Tony Kornheiser Show

07:49 min | 1 year ago

NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

"We're going to. We're going to make football show because that's what people like over the weekend. Everybody who listens to this show presumably watched all of the football games or most of all of the football guess. He missed the playoffs playoff in Hawaii. The yes I missed that one Justin Thomas I saw this morning. I thought it was really nice but I missed it last last night because it came on pretty late We're going to do you because the ratings of the NFL up all across the board because the interest in the NFL is up all across the board and because each of those those games was quite interesting in its own way including terrible terrible. Coaching decisions by both coaches in the Houston Buffalo Game. We're going to talk about out this for an extended period of time in the first segment. Michael Wilbon will join us in second segment. We're GONNA limit news and go right to old guy where we're going to talk about the Golden Globes and the matchups for next week. That's what we're going to the show probably the same length. But I WANNA do it if you don't mind I WANNA do it that way also. WanNa thank Clarendon Tola for Baking Cooke's for Claire Gary Braun Chris Cillizza Michael Kornheiser Nigel. Who has nothing to do except for on the boards because we're not sleep keeps pressing one button? So He's been news cancelled forever now just today. If you don't mind especially the best thing is not gonNa work out just I you know I'm old and I thought why not like Michael said to me last night we were talking about the possibility of of Michael. Are you shaking your head. You don't want me to. Would you go ahead down the fourth wall. People talking about Mike Lees. I won't share this on air dead. Yeah go ahead Michael Says Cillizza how how do we get rid of him. Nicely to the change in the show today. I let's start. Let's start with yesterday's which is going to go backwards. I'm just can start with the Minnesota game because of all the games the end result of that game is the most surprises so like I said on the PTI show on Friday. I'll take Tennessee. Plus Five Live and a half all day and all night doesn't mean I think they're gonNA win. I'm GONNA take those points New Orleans. Losing at home in overtime to Minnesota is stunning drew. BREES did not have a great game he had a very bad fumble in drive. That could have changed in the fourth quarter changed. Everything around. He got picked never gets picked. I mean he did not have a great game. There are three quarterbacks forty years old and up over the weekend and they all lost. We'll get to that but even with brees not having a great game. They tied the game. They got into overtime there at home and they yielded the first drive. That's it see around. see you around Kirk cousins who. I am extraordinarily critical of on a regular basis was very good and kirk cousins to Adam Adam field and had to make up for fumble early. You know but I don't feel did that pass. That wins the game. Now there's a third downplay because what you don't want to do is have to kick a field goal because because you don't want to give New Orleans the ball on the one. Yeah you don't WanNa do that. On the third downplay they go in the left. Hand top corner of the end zone to Kyle Rudolph is about twelve aid aide just like that and by the way quickly give cousins credit. That was a terrible snap. The snap his way to his right he basically knocks it with his right hand. Quickly gathers it because you it's all timing and throws a faith throws the fate and Rudolf reaches up. He's much taller than defender and he gets it in the process of doing that he pushes off. There's no question he pushes off. Does it rise to the level of offensive pass interference for me in a playoff game and I have to give context here. New Orleans has tragically lost in Hoon's replay off games in a row cheated in one cheated by by their own stupidity in another with defensive back and I mean I honestly either call offense a pass. Interference would have so I did not I mean I I watched the play. Did Not in real time necessarily see the wrangle back is in front of your Reina Vision Right. So they call it a touchdown a apparently appropriately to me and then you see the replay and and I did think to myself. Like oh my goodness could they. Could they possibly possibly overturn this. I mean it. And we've all seen their explanation and said there was handed both sides. It didn't rise to level pass interference. I mean I'm sorry by no objective measure to me was that not pass interference and in fact is in fact a couple hours later they called the same thing on hollister tight end from. I'm from Seattle and on much less meaningful circumstance but I mean I just felt like the league. We're getting out of the way this one. I mean there's no way every time it's the UNCANNY situational right. We know this. It's like it's like a Games are raft. Basketball game is reverend different right. The game is rough differently in the last thirty seconds than it it is and that's situationally you cannot. I don't think when I watched it and I watched the replay. He pushed off a little bit. Did it it was. It did not to me anyway. I think I disagree with you. Guys did not to me look agree. Gis I think Rudolph was bigger. The defensive back had his back this business. Being that push back. Chris Locate fully extends. I think it was his left arm. Yeah if he is allowed to do that he catches that ball. A hundred injured time. He cannot be defended. Unless you play. Just there's so many calls they show throughout the game when they every time on a pass Where not every time? Seventy percent of the time on a pattern when they show the slow motion the other guy. The the DB is has his arm wrapped around around the guy's waist or is holding. His arm gets there. I just think it's very subjective. That's fine but I agree with that but I would also agree that the saints should not be shafted million better cost the saints again. Plenty of opportunities it. Certainly when you were watching the game I ah in the flow of it and when tased him hill like in three straight plays a three-stroke they score a touchdown. Now it's twenty seventeen right gary to have that right was twenty. I needed to twenty twenty twenty seven hundred twenty and then they get back they get it back and take some hill like three times. Basically the the one where he runs to the left where it looks like. He's tackled and he spins runs for thirty arts. Well they're definitely going to win then. And then brees fumbled. I mean it was very i. I lost fumbling. The ball get hit. No sort of this is arm gets hit a little bit. I'm sorry I'm busy trying to reconstruct your show on the fly without telling you so allowed back in so so tension is good for the show is for Knuckleballer To to to tie it up. What was the forty nine yard or from lots? They're kicking it through. Yeah man that went about now three feet off the ground and easier kick at the end of the first half a ball Games kick forty something already three but that's an easier kick so that game. Let me say one other thing about that game as someone who was a kirk cousins fan when he was here. I'm not going to criticize Kirk. Cousins played fine. He was he was great in that last. Drive the drive. If they lose the haters are going to look at that stat line that would have been seventeen of twenty nine hundred and ninety yards picked and he didn't do anything bad. Oh he had a good game and the pass was just

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Mix Power of vitamin stay with neutral medical every day in front that we had in the western right right. Okay yeah I know. There's a lot more than four times as some people voted for me but it's more than that and welcome back is so what people need to realize for example and I heard this from actually a general McGregor. He's been. I've caught Fox News raising guy. I'll probably try to get him on the show here and he understands what I'm trying to kind of stop endless wars. We don't prosecute wars correctly. If you want to clean up the enemy. I could tell him in. Mustaches have not even been in the military worked in the Pentagon or during the one of their military colleges. But I miss your TJ game player and we're not prosecuting worse to win. We're prosecuting to continue the operation of being somewhere like Afghanistan and that includes by the way general mattis wasn't trying to prosecute wars. He's trying to make negotiated deal was Taliban. So we continue the drug trade coming out of the Taliban territories with you know after they destroyed all the water reservoirs. We put in the fifties Engineer so the Afghanistanis Ghanistan is could grow their own food and other crops grow was low water. Poppy season heroin. Okay you know caroline so when people stern standing as there's justifiability and the Russians being paranoid you mentioned on a break here that the Russians lost seventy million I can. I believe that I knew it was somewhere in five. And seven times more death on the eastern front fighting the Germans and the ostrich etcetera on the western front and if it wasn't for the Russians the world would have collapsed to the to the Nazis and because Intel agencies in the space program was transplanted to the to the NSA. The Nazis didn't lose war. They wanted people. Don't know that do they. You know by the way are me would know that Ryan was probably electric would know that I g Farben would know that right. And of course the Bush crime family would know that drain fact Crime Family Avenue Path to finance The the Nazis and got a five minute was like a one and a half million dollar fine for financing by the way the British were involved. They were making sure that the presumably Krupp Steel was building momentum and material shells and pay with with Z.. Queens gold bullion for shells are actually shelled. Kill Germans but they were not allowed to bomb War to shoot at either. The did civil attention work camps for creating material for the war effort by the Germans or bomb crop steel or many other places. This is a very high level Mason's within Germany people don't know this do they know. Most people don't ninety percent. It's all a game it's allegation and when I hear people say it's the end of the world we're all going to be And people don't want to connect the DOTS including a Denver. Diverse makes me angry as hell. Because there's nobody connects more dots indigo to all the spiritual overlords to the global organizations to Mason's in Dirty infiltrate every religion owners every public religion. Nurses invalid infiltrated by Julia. Kylo Mason's Satan in various different brands like into the Walmart of Satanism they may call it different things. It's all really the same brand. It will kill your soul while it kills your body and your nation so please continue. I think what you conversely versus the two hours Yesterday which is up there now. We're getting a lot of hits. I want people understand here that you you mentioned that on the break you interact with Nancy Pelosi and you try to get her to help you. Don't tell me that story because this gives you an idea where Nancy's coming from 'cause I from my sources. Nancy is a is a female which she's involved with pedal gate. She's a devil and so the others inside the party like Adam Schefter James last two letters to tea and Nadler and others and by the way there's devils in the Republican Party to like they had of the Marmon group over Utah and it's Romney. We have to understand these people. These are people that are being avatar by chance dimensional entities. They're being possessed and oppressed by evil. They're not normal people are they. Can you turn your volume up a little a bit. Turn it up some more Tomasz. Yeah it should be applied to get this complaint Tomasa turn it up go ahead to muster the maximum. Can you hear me. Now you're sitting at the end of the tunnel okay. Shouldn't shouldn't be turn it up because he's got lots of on your coming in right okay. I want wanted to give us a discussion now. What Nancy Pelosi said you when you try to get her help go ahead okay? Well business this concerning Mike Court case everybody the Supreme Court case all right and which is back into did a benefit. Because you have A. You're an appeal now. That Supreme Court cases in California and it's going to bump Abdul Higher Court right. Well Right No. There is no higher than the Supreme Court where it is now but basically the response is from the Supreme Court it was. They threw their hands up and said. OMG if we if we even give you a hearing on this case we'll have to give several hundred good hearings on taxes material of gay and of course my responded at as my my lawyer Michael Harrison said at the time. So what what is this court. Therefore in when you have a massive war-crimes issue where that affect live. The amazed the people of virtually everybody in America. Of course you're going to make a decision. I don't care who who's toe that steps on who's final to tell me about the for those people haven't seen the two hour video and so on what's your case. And why did they not make a decision. Okay yeah like Mike said The the Supreme Court simply doesn't have to hear a case you have what was the. What was the legal points in your case? That's my point okay. At at that point they Berkeley. It boils down to this. First of all They gave it a too to complicated a Hashtag. They said you know that the government has the certain way of doing doing issues. Certain ways of doing things like French. People people in torturing people right how we understand that the cream court doesn't understand sitting here you know you can't so none of our. You're filing thing about reddition torturing people in Iraq and they didn't want to hear it because he said he don't understand I would say that is exactly what I'm saying and then on top of everything else when I finally cornered him and let him Cook Didn't let him out of the box. They were in right right. They said. Okay look we're not going to hear this case because first of all we don't want to hear this days and for that one reason okay do complicated gated. And secondly we don't like the toes it steps on and third You know if we hear your case is going to open up at least one hundred fifty to two hundred separate cases that are pending right now about war crimes people you know that where the government has committed.

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"MD's and they were doing it. You have quote Cook. Of course safeguard their careers but national security. That's that's what I was told. National Security is why were torturing me by name justifying it to their probably told by their colleagues all we gotta do this national security we have a race seasoned agent. WHO's a patriot of America? Who Sees something wrong is identifying weapons of mass destruction and with this copper green Lean mind-control rendition stuff going on with people in Iraq and murdering innocent citizens and torturing to death and you're not you find couldn't stomach it and they didn't like the idea that you had a red line day across today boy? I guess not being strapped to a stretcher. That's when I had that today with Deborah Cheek crossed my red line. She finally at the point where I had like like Popeye. Popeye moment. I pop Takata's spinach. That's all I can stand olive oil done or not and you have to understand that at some point the public is going to put up with it if they say we're going to take away your gasoline gasolene powered cars. We're not GONNA have natural gas to your backup generator. We're GONNA keep shutting the power off your home fire zone. which by the way I saw family last week shut the power off? The unique couldn't pump out of there well to save their home. People wake up wake people and dog. Don't believe the foolishness of just reading documents documents that it's over. It's not over until you say it's over. I'm going to release people of their non lethal technology. That's a lot more dangerous persson guns and a lot further reach and leave me anytime you try to bother you. They're GONNA have a very bad day now. I'm not ready to release lethal technology. Publi me I got skill sets and if you think did he goal. Angry is a dangerous guy legally or otherwise you do not want to cross me. And that's why even inside the Intel agencies. These are afraid of killing me because a number of their own agents and military will turn on them if they kill Dr Eagles Carcass. And that's why if you're brave. You're bold if if you're fearful of dying you will die you got to be willing to do. God's will no matter how big the prices including death and if you don't have that on your heart you're not gonNA survive either. Hi everyone what what is right and wrong. And what is God's work okay. There's people just WANNA blather that that it's over it's over. We're all going to know it's over because you're succumbing to these people for example. I hear people wanting to complain to politicians stop it. I'm trying to get rid of trump for two years in the Alex around whether it's Tillerson r Kelly. Whoever won't get through just got a hold of bark Goldman whose AFO founder of a forum who who knows Ivanka trump and I'm trying to get an email directly for the last three weeks. I'm trying to get through to Sebastian. Gorka who actually knows trump directly if I can get the trump a few factors in both the Russian nukes Archie La Island Venezuela and Russian hacking into our power grid or traffic controllers and even our sewage treatment plants. He might wake up to the fact that you want Russia and the you gotTa Stop Them from doing dangerous stuff also stop making the Russians paranoid as hell because the Russians are going to react at some point point. We're GONNA push those red haired Eastern Vikings so far they're gonna go not some killer's people get that do they. They want they should be our ally why were their granddaughter. Decides to Mirror van son and has half Russian kids in America over in Russia. But instead we're going to have a thermonuclear war. Because globalist don't give a the crap and passive people try to push documents. It's all over too late. You can't stop. It can proceed. Litigate action is the root. Get the win in court start filing suits against everybody including your politicians in your corporate leaders and so on and guess what got him right. I think we went to break. I didn't hear the bumper so Tomasz okay. Are we in Bumper Tomas. I can't tell I look at my clock and bill's new area where they want to pre angry with to pull off today. Nicole DOT COM. She wouldn't even tell me before the show the documents were she's GonNa pay product.

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Demon Raskin empower or Rhino Republicans wanted to the same same damn thing or if they don't even around trump because a lot of tr- stuff trump's during this pretty bad pushing five G. pudding dirty water down fault zones. Gaza speaks. He's a knucklehead to what's going on is the public going to revolt against this and it's where there's a minute only go so far everybody even including the intelligence of contact me after the show have a red line. They'll kill a guy across the street but they won't kill their Mama at some point they're going to cross the red lines and the pompous GONNA go nuts. They will continue. No that's okay. I don't need to know but I'm waiting to the people. Oh concerned I wanted to read some of the excerpts from the experts go ahead and read them but I want people really do want you to talk and I have people people that are complaining because they insert comments. And you don't like it okay. It's important for people understand. We're not at the end of the road where they're just GONNA kill the American population. Get Away with all stuff. It's not going to happen. I'm not saying that you are actually. You're saying that that there's so mind control. They're not going to resist or listen to even anything. I see my other Co host Gordon. Greg Ford the people. That are what I am trying to say. Is that sadly Reality has has been recreated and we're living in an illusion and tell people can understand the mechanisms behind how all of this has been created. Aided were legally now There are agendas to reduce the population part. Yeah that's I really the same data set but do you think they're going to succeed..

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"And welcome back to the dramatic report we have a nice guest here on from the network he has a show on the weekend a travel show on his name is Orlando Atlanta what time is your show on Sierra Talkradio what time is it Sunday that one Oh clock one to two one two and you've had a lot of experience travel so the first thing could ask is what Eh traveled to my work as a wholesale travel agency has been all over South America of the Caribbean Africa but on my own I have traveled through Europe and the Orion so take it for forty years so well managing so when when you travel the question ask Dr a lot of people get forced to be vaccinated travel a lot of people don't want no it D- drugs to take nutraceutical to protect themselves from the diarrhea food poisoning we're just getting generally sick while the travel joint pain and other things like that what's your general advice you give to people hello I'm one of the what did they say when they're told and they go to X. Y. Z. country they gotta take a a vaccine against let's say they particularly illness what are the more commonly Ellis's that people one of one of the things I mean that's an excellent question drew me and what it is is that we get people that live into the news in Brooklyn the CVT obviously because they're concerned about viruses and whatnot they get more than anything else in one of the things that happens is that we are not doctors the federal agents were not dr obviously we are very always on in tune with what's going on at the destination right and if we happen to be sending people into a jungle setting then we can actually advise them of what is more pertinent to that particular setting people the beach area and we're going to be far away from trouble you know there's no stagnant waters twig mosquitoes I perfect advice in such but we also recommend that they can talk to their pastor Bozo the doctors have a tendency to sometimes overdo it as far as vaccines would also create bad times or drugs for example there's a drug that they recommend when he goes since America because they have clerk resistant malaria down there and if you take it within four to six weeks you're gonNA start having hypothyroidism loaned vision and full robiskie Fans Ajar right you're familiar with offended our problems I'll tell you what I do I take a different approach okay the way the thinkable pathogens is pathogens are like floating along on on a any Chinese junk and you're a raft older in the middle of the Durrani boat and these Chinese junk guys decided hey look there's a boat there let's see if we can jump on there about if you have a way of repelling them or killing them before they can get on and it started kind of taking up chewing up your boat or taking care of your food or making you sick we have to understand is that your primary strategy should be prevented from attaching to your body or your boat thing them so they can't actually multiply in your body because a lot of time when people are told to have vaccine there told the vaccines are going to create antibody levels of prevent the virus from causing a problem now if you look at the flu vaccine even the company that makes the flu vaccine is Komo share and made it plain statement say Oh we got it wrong they get it wrong every year and we actually look at the antibody titre of people that have had been vaccinated against yellow fever or malaria or other illnesses even done a study the only find the most people have an Atta by responser between six and ten weeks after the vaccine in people between twenty five and forty so anybody younger than older than that has no antibody response and then the second thing is if they do have body response to that stopped the infection what does antibodies do now if you're a hunter and you'll have a little green laser on your gun the green laser points at the target like tiger if you're in Kaleida or bear your northern Canada or whatever at all it does is the entity immunoglobulins actually take your past into your cells your big eater cells macrophages secrete superoxide radical singlet oxygen that'll kill him with it like a laser like star wars good were misjudged the idea the vaccines protect I just talked to Dr Sheri Ten Penny for several hours hours of Yo last weekend and Dr and Dr Fisher is also an expert empty over the National Vaccine Information Center so what I recommend is by this okay and I have a listen five things basically I tell people were essential if you travel we we have the only plasma body was actually prophesied by eager hasty and the world is he single radicalized that will kill all pathogens and Detox all highlights Florida flirting bromide if you take it no pathogen will survive in your body number two we have allison from Germany and we've managed to get an allison realized Germany that is two hundred milligrams more than Peter Jostling Zahl Olsen so it's six hundred fifty milligrams per dosage envy take it no fun there's no bacteria virus can survive you now most people are aware of this but almost every illness you can think of is opportunistic infections for example you look cancer you can actually take Epstein Barr virus it's also homeless every tumor fungi low in other words canisters a fungus among us and when it gets inside your cells at scripture DNA tell cell trying to survive changes his genetic excellent loses cell to cell contact so it's not inhibited it lengthens the telomere so doesn't die and it changes US biology so it goes anaerobic so become stealth it also creates fiber neck and capsules so the immune system can't detect it so you have to take enzymes to strip off a capsule Laker Flam X. or surfaces I'm so the tour goes from coal because you can't see it too hot so you mean cells can find and destroy it the last hour power C. plus is not any other vitamin C. This is Kelsey magnesium study pedestrian scarlet with opera. You've taken high enough dosage you can turn off cancer autoimmune disease and also if you have somebody even dying of a septic injury and even in a coma you can run a feeding tube down their stomach and you can prevent it from going uptick courteous genyk shock did you know that you can stop cardiac shock with power see yeah well most people aren't aware Dr basically know almost nothing I don't know any intermediate metabolism cell spouses infectious disease so I tell people take that take also I think I'll nutrient twenty-six why would a mother her animal gives her colostrum to her baby if that baby deer or whatever it doesn't get the classroom be is going to die because it needs probiotic bacteria and got it needs the humane loggins to take the past and so the very babies immune system in seek and destroy the passage otherwise would cause a got this goes bacteria that will kill little animal. We have nutriments twenty-six why pretty cool we also have a duty depleted silver which I've designed that is in a special episode that has a radio frequency of silver from last pollens increases printed on it it's called neutral silver spray it it kills all passages and contact I it's nontoxic you put your your baby's bottom you're growing wherever he audiotape amazing that's a you know what I I was born in Costa Rica and of course their child okay homeopathic medicine was actually there's something very strong very popular who can write and of course we have things to turn off the Tori reaction as well like cell defense bus we have one hundred percent more are actually looking at bringing them one from from India maybe up to thirty times more absorbed mix wolves drink never sacred anti inflammatory cytokine blocker and source elephants pluses fantastic for that take our neutral nine Elson Med neutrals over neutron twenty-six why and power seat plus and then we've got a really big one we have one neutral defense which we've designed neutral defense as Rourke asinine is it destroys viral caps of all bacterial pathogens including era say and destroys a viral of the caps of all no that's bacteria destroyed the viral capsules of all earn and DNA viruses and destroys bacterial cell wall of Al Passions so when you take neutral defense the bacteria is a Oh and helps them it melts absolutely can't reproduce so when it does is it basically these are like if you WANNA call it some kind of like if you hit on the side of your boat got whack a mole thing so as soon as the bathroom is trying to get on your boat would whack them off they don't give primary infection so when you're traveling I tell me take days before he goes starting tonight Alison Mad Etcetera Etcetera and no matter where you go you're not going to be a site for for for colonization passages now someone gets sick most of the time to go to a foreign country they may get sick with more than one infectious just one infection the problem I see is that the the psychology of the vaccine the vaccine companies is wrongheaded even when you measure an antibody what you do after you measure the kill capacity of how it's GonNa kill us this pathogen did you know that no Vaccine either adults in humans or animals as ever been detected to measure the capacity the only measure anybody tigers on some studies and as a result when the average person takes vaccine unprotected no you're not from yellow fever or malaria or some other Palestinians going to give you a gut infection and then of course if you recall is you got with living probiotic we have the results extreme from Paris it's a little slow water here for me and you also living probiotic ultra which is the most powerful probiotics hundred billion organisms now most people want to go to the store they go online and they go to the store I got a probiotic did a study of products in stores in California and they found all of them were dead the dead as a not alive so most patients and most people go online at all I'm GonNa go to Amazon I'm GonNa go to college so I'm GonNa just go click click and if it sounds like something that's going to be helpful as I usually tell people if it was that beneficial take the label of Lisa so-called nutraceutical and stick it on the Sir body part it powerful nutraceutical are more powerful drugs for minus of nutro-ceuticals I gave you will Oakland viruses now if you take a virus and viral in the ICU. And I've seen this happen the one that we typically use his called Ripa virute I worked at everything okay Dr Daego let me give you my background I was recruited from Grade Eleven Nagoya Plasma nuclear physics I turned it down after winning a scholarship to do that I wanted geography I finished my phd notion atrophy and Begin Charter member breeze fifty years ago working out in the oceans then they went into medicine in nineteen seventy three to find the has diabetes which I have I'm going to be publishing this year after my work with Dr Oughta human head of pathology in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine years ago and what I did research with the head of pathology I got persecuted for every area I've done research including toxicology. UCLA or service mapping was to Donaldson. or work on a mapping deldot fibers for mapping because of pain every single area of rammed up their rectum they've never seen daylight now people I'm offended Dr Daego said you should be offended by the system that's why when I talk and I'm trying to get in touch with president trump and I don't know if you've context but people need to realise Dr Diggle has wisdom now not going to be honest forever I want my wisdom out there to the public I was posting inch of videos today to three to five minutes and all products I want people understand if you don't take nutraceutical in whether you're traveling or just trying to stay at home or cut down the ah medication you're taking you're taking meds for blood pressure if you don't take nutraceutical you're.

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How AI Impacts Children of the Future

Talking Machines

09:29 min | 2 years ago

How AI Impacts Children of the Future

"I think thinking once again is a strong word but I've been doing some talking about it and actually I was at a really interesting events Bill Thompson invited me to that was yesterday Monday and it's go out and radio full tomorrow panel session on Children and how they are affected by and Bill Thompson is is a technology reporter with the BBC's crack yes and he he runs a wide listen to podcast called digital planet so he put together this conference puts together via this conference at the BBC and we had a panel this year on a and how it's affecting children it's broadcast on the show called the media show Nice and was it how I is how like tools are affecting children or how children see their world being changed by were you looking at looking at the impact on the population or how the population his fee is like feeling impacted it was a sort of combination of things so we had a panel that included naira funds elk who's at the Dyson School of design engineering in imperial she's a psychologist and it was really great to meet because in the Green Room beforehand I was just connecting on so many things she's very interested in the design of these systems in how we improve the way that they interact with human uses which I think is also the future alongside the children that's if we're GONNA get a I to be working in practice we need people who are working that interface of understanding how humans interact will react from -nology and how we can improve technology to improve the quality of those actions will reactions was an long field who is the Children's Commissioner which is a senior UK government post worrying about children's issues and Hannah aiden whose documentary film okay and also I think by the paddle was being representing a younger person's point of view younger person's perspective someone who's grown up with these technologies around and influencing her as panel discussion amongst us which was opened by they often see for definition of machine learning so I gave the dissertation driven technology and that sort of pushed the conversation very quickly into being much more we're about data it was a very interesting panel discussion a lot of the points I would raise were being raised by other panel makers tonight era was talking about the challenges Wade not being able to understand the impact six of the very rapidly moving data ecosystem so this is something and I said in the show that I would call the big data power folks which is this notion that we're getting more and more data about more and more people but we seem unable to to understand society better so we always losing our understanding society so you see that in a number of as you see that in polls predicting elections that we're not managing to make accurate predictions despites measuring people in more ways or having more access to information the people you see in medicine where we're trying to stratified medical treatments apply them to individuals so I think that challenge is at the heart of our ability to judge the impact particularly on say children one of the points thinking about making it never got the chance to make his will on the positive side kids lose interest in particular social media networks so quickly the the moment all facebook's damaging and by the time we will thought we'd like became vaginal intercourse cattle kids are all going face what off how old are you may have heard immunity and they're totally an interesting what do you say daddy joe as well and Groovy cool man I learnt chick talk I think is a big thing now I really have any idea have sensible snapchat is at I tried asking by twelve year old and he said I didn't use the word lame because that words out somewhat I understood the meaning I can't reconstruct kind hung up so I think that's a really big challenge is you can't measure the impact of the very rapidly moving technologies answer to raise this point she said well the now the problem is that the tech companies on transparent so they don't WanNa share the data and then I said something that may get into trouble because everyone people were like whoa what are you say so I try to point out that might think that just being obscure but I believe that they don't understand why platforms themselves and that did freak everyone you can see the whole the panel did a sort of collective what then okay now I have like thirty second segments to try to explain the nuances of what I'd saying here because for the first time I was introduced as the deep mind professor and well well in that yet a- actually I heard today I heard someone talking about the department and they would just into my office in my office door was open and they said that's the deep mind guy so now I'm referred to by shorthand I shy back what do you mean on the talking machines purse Yes yes no deep mind guy talking machines person yes very important distinction yes okay machines person there was I'd been introduced so I was and there's some this happens if you are representing academic machine learning in a diverse panel of coming from different perspectives one of the things you'll find happening yourself which is a little bit difficult to deal with issue will be inflated with big tack because in most societal debates there's no separation and I think that's quite hard for those of us to doing academic machine learning there's no we because we have a quite distinct understanding of the and we thought about in about and think well we thought about this we have people doing fantasy we have people doing this we have reports that we wrote six years ago before you woke up to the us saying these things no one cares no basically no one cares because the main voice they here is a bunch of people have done startup companies have been doing machine learning two years and sort of sowing the seeds of a magical technology so that's the voice of the tech world so whatever you think people looking at you as a sort of nuanced listen who's been carrying about these subjects forget it all they see is there's this conflation so when I said this thing will tech companies themselves down on sand are you about what effect is but I do think it's true that the what we're deploying is so complex because we were talking about things like regulation that often comes up and naught against regulation but I just worry that some of the regulation ideas people so naive and so unlikely to deliver anything and will push push us into a point where we're doing more harm than good so so I tried to give sort of analogy while if I tried to describe why people don't understand underrun systems because the complexity in the side effects downstream affects what I should have really added is that the systems are integrated with society so well understanding the system would understand the feedback effects which I refer to as Information Dynamics Rodney Smith has a really interesting project on his he called it close Loop Machine Learning and actually near Niro was that WHO's working on this thing what is the effect of the thing you've deployed on society itself could that cause uh-huh Oscillation the Renault that happens in a closed loop system so I was trying to clarify that and then also try and say look I'm not against regularly the big tech 'cause I was also whilst what these big companies you know don't have to do something to control them with all the states and I'm instead of minds about that all on one side as I said very large companies such as Google facebook and Amazon bringing capabilities to small independent companies that they never had access beautiful so you could now you can start a little company like made in Cambridge chocolates you have to make them right and then you just you can advertise on Google and facebook you can hit a worldwide audience you can distribute on Amazon you could actually choose something you want to do that like thirty years ago you just couldn't have done and I think that's very very positive

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"The world at the same time the Vatican is trying to end trump is trying to liberty yesterday the United Nations Bring Christianity and Islam together and that is basically lowering for example to building the Temple Temple Mount the abomination. The Nation of desolation which I think is the next step for trump is something that I think is very likely to happen and the fact that he's not a Christian yet. He's a pre Christian he is a religious person but he's a high level must mason who wants to do right now if you try to was right in your own is that by definition generous history is is the definition of evil so even these volunteer. He's GonNa do something. Catastrophic isn't yes and this is what we need to be very concerned -cerned about his close advisors are not giving him advice. That's in the best interest of the United States in the American people and unfortunately regarding legislative matters he's basically quickly have done very well on on most of the issues from from my perspective and it turns around but the problem is allegedly you ah I don't believe we should negotiate. I think his idea of negotiating with maniacs trial like Putin and G and and silly you need that it's almost like if you go to a psych acord with psycho psychopaths. How do you as a psychiatrist interact with second pass so you don't get harmed while you're doing a psychiatric care them. That's the way should approach. These leaders shouldn't it how do you how do you act and react in a way that doesn't either harm them or US and to move them forward toward getting well because China is when we got the WTO. They actually got sicker. They got more aggressive more totalitarian. They didn't get to become a better nation. They became more totalitarian. Didn't they Russia since Sutin takeover after Yeltsin when he can come this alcoholic. Russian leader was wrecked. Russia's still wreck do the most expensive city to live Moscow so Putin is in a desperate state rate now and he's got some bad kind of pulling toward a response to America if we attack Iran and now any attack act by a Russia against America even if the attack will result in Russia's annihilation. They won't survive an attack by America. We have weapons of the centuries stories ahead of anybody else and what I'm very concerned about is people don't get it. They don't get the idea that maybe we're on the teeter totter of things and well-intentioned people even Christians are pushing it toward the basically the abomination of desolation which next deputy on trump to designated Jerusalem as capital is to assist the Jews and Christians are going to love it to build a temple and make some kind of agreement with Islam. That's dangerous. That's where I see this going going so to avoid war make a covenant building a bomb nation of desolation. That's where I think things may happen here unfortunately hour number three we'll get into this topic because it ties directly to the fact he doesn't know missile defense and he's not responding to lower or Sheila Highland or Nicaragua which we need that get direct secure trump these issues so we get upgraded in his intellectual knowledge breath back in a moment with John. W spring state-owned is important..

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"two segments" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"A neutral dot com can fogo down finals linked pages who occasionally in the future. We may have some special ones. Maybe custom-designed. Maybe small but right now. I don't have any plan for that. I WanNa make everything free so easy for people to download transfer as well by the way we also chance for the shelves and send the file over so they can be uploaded on independently on just Bernstein's youtube channel who gets a hundreds of thousands of hits per month. Sometimes he says one point five million depending waiting on the shore topic. We'll be doing some more videos with Josh Bernstein coming up as well Do We have our special guests rob. Ravelli well done. You'll be gone so we better keep calling him and just see what happens again. Rows busy guy like anybody and it's is live radio. I want people know that I'm just going to cover some of the issues. I'm going to cover up on news. Items coming up this this year we of course. US Attorney recommends preceding the charges against McCabe. I heard a little beep sound. We have rob now yeah so again we have. The government is certainly monitoring snake like foes in space. There's a lot of the stuff is just our stuff. People WanNa know that four hundred fifty miles of the wall is coming hang out long they see in Arizona special starts. we have issues well. Cuba's president warns against energy cutbacks or looming. I think we should just cut off offer minutes. Well now get the Cubans get pulled over forty six thousand troops including guard against Madero so that was stop that immediately and Cuba still a communist country a proxy of Russia budget deficit smashes one trademark highest in seven years and as the dealing with that is an impeachment if speaker Pelosi doesn't say so oh. She's trying to say that Nadler is not really moving forward personality. Is You know the ranking member listened to debate on amendments as a panel approved procedures for upcoming impeachment. I mean these. Democrats are committing political suicide they really are we have a potential tropical cyclone nine developed for which which we will go it looks like it may have southern track which may head toward the Alabama and Georgia but we're not sure this could all be stopped with technology. I know about torch field imaging and lower Arab satellites new cancer treatment basically stops patients losing their hair during Chemo first off. Do do not go to regular chemo. He won't lose your hair. It cancer therapy coastguard issues warning on charging after the California boat fire remember these Lithium Ion batteries burn up in aircraft craft or charging station so do not use these listening by batteries dangerous Let's see the question for Tom in Georgia. Go ahead. Thomas you question Tom and Jerry you're on the air. Go ahead. Hey Dr Diggle Thank you for taking my call. I'll try brought to be quick and catch you. In case you get through. Excuse me but Jonathan Gray was on about two or three weeks ago and I tried to get a question in the last time he was in but the question got kinda garbled in translation right in that in that earlier shows that are referenced that Satan's fall all was only to the earth we actually we actually answered that on air to. I went over that if that's the case. None really don't understand that he didn't say that. We actually answered that Tom. He didn't say hey that what he said is that hers is being watched by the budget cosmos by the universe and yes. We did have an intergalactic war even good. We're fighting ancient galactic war which did Destroy Destroy Mars. Mars was a per population center for human race. I got a security clearance and we're told by Space Command. We've had called me on Mars. Since nineteen nineteen eighty two the fact is we found monument to go back with human population going back tens of thousands of God knows more years and so you'll hear more from my show than anywhere else on the earth's including Costa Radio and other places which didn't have security clearance no the actual facts but the way yeah we have to understand is that but Paul and he dropped off at the end and I called in the question that was related to you about lyme's disease when you you ended on that for a long while and I really appreciate that yeah basically I you can present me with any problem at all whether it's cancer lyme disease detoxification Asian mercury heavy metal is uranium the the thing is I do. What's called Advanced Functional Integrative Medicine? I teach other doctors don't charge us that but I do charge for my time to review their case and I do a video video recording of it. One of the primary teachers need Kademi vantage environmental advancement in medicine. Now I just had an interesting email back yesterday from a guy that wrote a a attack article back in Nova Scotia Journalist at Dalhousie University called a prophet and Clayton Park art now. I'm going to try to get sort of this character because he was angry with me because I said an updated a blog which has been updated for years since Alexander Bachmann winded an attack back on the guy said you know you should pay attention to because I'm whistle blower and also my former patients in Denver who appreciated me because he he said crazy things where he did never interviewed me but people need to know their journal sold their the have an attitude there are people even inside the so-called ultra the media for example. Alex Jones is not my friend Alex Jones afternoon back in two thousand seven from rbm people have to understand that he didn't want me to say his assistant note. He's talking talking but when you said superstorm update brought down the World Trade Center towers along no it was brought down by nukes superstorm rates like already executes roadside Joyce. The building was brought down and by next okay. I have the facts of the geological data from US geological tried to radiation toxicology. This is owed anybody expand on yeah. This is not an open. Everybody's opinion and the problem is when you get death threats when I was fired from C. Com in nineteen ninety five after the one of the guys told me how they're exposed to nuclear explosions at the Murrah building in Oklahoma City he got court martial luggage fire death threats okay so this is not open your opinion okay now now people and I I gotta kick it out of the jokes. Somebody's sitting on my youtube after show yesterday said don't shut up. Keep talking in other words in other words. They appreciate my fact acted on my show. You're going to hear the whole pack's even puts me in grave danger by the way the more I talk about. The facts less likely to kill me because you actually believe out there. Even if you're kind of marginal title they killed Eagle or I just disappear kind of suddenly interesting. How did he go. I don't need I believe me. The dark side doesn't want to talk there and whether it's on health issues because our health system is disgusting. I mean a room in Illinois. Now for babies are basically dying. Babies survive abortion where we come so far even years ago even Canada. You couldn't report Beyond Twentieth Week so Dr Mata tried to fiddle the paperwork for a baby that we're report the next day in nineteen seventy eight at the Calgary General Hospital okay after your residency at the the Vancouver it basically at the Vancouver General Hospital Internal Medicine and people have to understand what's going on here. Everything is corrupt. Every church's dropped. Every political system is corrupt governments per up I called the lie Christy and don't you know you get beyond the labels of Communism Socialism. Whatever but the beasts is trying to get us to do totalitarian control matrix is both left and right leg and even under the auspices of trump who is actually a good guy trying to do something ignorant and he needs to talk to me and to my co-host actually get some wisdom? He doesn't have wisdom. I need to be his Samuel Council. The fact is donald trump is pushing five genet- Genetically Genetically Modified Food and and talks recycled water incorrect hydrogen sulfide country can dissolve steel and porcelain toilets so if you think trump is doing the right thing not he's not negotiating hard enough as you mentioned lasted segments with Gordon Chang. He's not dealing with Russia properly. We could have any attack on our cities from Ohio Weapon of indignation Dr Power Grid or just a cyber attack. They have a quarter million cyber. Attacking scientists in China and Jianjun just designed specifically to tackle the Internet system worldwide with wow way and so these other back doors they'll soon have access not just to our internet purchases but actually eventually to our biology and our cortex people say oh no that can't do you know what I got skill sets. They tried to put me years ago to do stuff that is beyond what the average person has done but a lot of the stuff that goes back decades. I've talked to the people working for example in research should race institutions going back to the nineteen nineteen forties putting electrodes in different parts of the brain in Britain to researchers at UC Irvine and Other University Champagne Illinois and other ones doing advanced research on how to control human thought patterns biology by non electrodes but eventually changed cranial multiples magnetic field scaler technology. I'm an expert expert on this minor person. I gotTa tell people when they listen to my show. They're going to hear things you won't hear anywhere else. On Coast to coast rents network non genesis network RBM RBM and none of them showed add respected doctor diggle. I don't expect you to agree with me X. Make you do two things. Ask better questions prey on wizards true or not and then take take action on what you've ever believe it. Whatever portion of what you believe. What do you think Tom. What do you think about? He's got well. Well you know it's important. People understand won't bring these experts bringing out the spiritual side of it and geopolitical side. You can't really separate it because there are different layers Bologna's. We wrestle not against flesh blood but it gets principalities and powers wickedness in high places. I don't think we're GONNA get robbed. Sounds like job no answer try again. I guess that was back..

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"G. It's actually gotten considerably. Worse doesn't yeah yeah well. That's certainly true because he does believe that the Communist Party should have absolute control of society believes that he should have absolute control over the party right and they build a half a million warehouse store material everything from South America to all kinds of strategic minerals and the communist Chinese want to control Holbrooke factor of all consumer goods world by twenty twenty five. They actually have a policy which is written a Baiji that they want to control the I which is thirty I call the cyber beast that control all artificial intelligence all Internet systems in the world. Hallway is the back door for that isn't it. I do have to go but I appreciate the amazing. We have another minute or so left so I want your closing comments again your twitter pages at Gordon G. Chang last comment by yourself self. Go ahead yeah. This is a very consequential time in China's challenging the US across the board and we want to keep our society. We have no choice but to respond to see Jinping camping challenge to us. I really appreciate your wisdom. Your books are amazing. we will have you back on probably at least once a month to discuss these things as it upgrades we hope that it will seep through to. Donald Trump and the government actually started doing something much more aggressive to deal with China Russia and the proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and technology tries to take over the world because this beast these beasts systems and so on our dirty at our door now and you're the whistleblower telling us the nuclear showdown with our creators ray with Russia and losing South Korea. We have with a person Mr Moon who doesn't really support America who's an ally but he supports reunification which is moving toward a totalitarian Korea nasty. Hey thank you victor. Gordon is amazing. So of course we're going to be joined in a moment with Rob Rozelle. There's websites courses boxes sunglasses so again. I'M GONNA repeat. The books are losing South Korea by Gordon Chang. I invite on Amazon. I have and a nuclear showdown. North Korea takes on the world and of course book going back over a decade now the coming collapse of China of course the biometrics are the Chinese literally aborted so many female fetuses or stuff rice in their mouth they they themselves say their Dave having access of thirty six and a half million males. It's probably more like Mao. Tse Tung said back in the forties that they have in Armenia could make an area two hundred thousand five hundred hundred million. They probably have route one hundred million excess males the only way they can have a family to get a woman from from the Middle East start from some other mother. Are you still looking for what I'd want. I really trust a medical doctor endorsed product that is backed by honest research.

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"two segments" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

14:33 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Doing two segments that a odd. the release of IDBI there was considerable public construction of the statewide standardized test scores and there are three score three cats that you use for what is the one that used I think at the elementary level the use the AC team for graduating high school students or upper level high school kids and so on so the use several standardized tests and they come up with these composite store scores which allows you to track. one just to get that other and. for instance the P. eyes website would allow you if you wanna just Graham to distance off the top of my head if you want to track the scores in Elmbrook and while it does you can actually set it up and look next to one another it so what you could see how your does the compares against the state average. etcetera what I want to focus on in this segment. is the fact that for the fourth year in a row the composite numbers down. it never goes down by a lot each year because how can it you're talking about tens of thousands of kids. but it keeps getting a little bit lower. and then I make of the tasks that the harder the tests any harder. whole point of the test has been an attempt to make them comparable from year to year. it's a statewide number so it includes everything from the most affluent communities in the state. to the poorest. it is an apples to apples comparison because we're comparing the same state Wisconsin from year to year. I've talked quite a bit of the show about. how I think in the United States and I don't mean now Wisconsin I mean the United States as a whole. we have looked the other way and inverted our eyes at one of the biggest public policy failures of the last several decades and that is. but I kind of the quality of American education. we have just told ourselves that it's not happening even though I think the signs are overwhelmingly apparent that it is. we tell ourselves that it is not happy because there are I grant you sides that point in the other direction we remain the technological leader of the planet. we may build a lot of tech in China but just about every tech company that matters is comes about idea developed by somebody here in the United States. some of the smartest people in the world still come out of the United States of America and some of the greatest innovation comes out of our country. that's all true. and it happens despite the fact we have tried to double everyone doubted not encourage Jackson excellence. I think it has as much to do with the fact that even with all of our changes were still the most capitalistic society help there and therefore there's incredible incentive to come up with great ideas and great achievement that allow you to become a billionaire bot. that not withstanding I think. the fact that we have situations like this leads people to not look at the actual war. relevant. reality. other nations are spending less on education in producing a better result. you meet somebody. younger person from Europe was now in the United States and made. they all seem to speak five languages now I'd bet it's more important to do so in Europe where. they have open borders and you have to interact with people who speak a different language far more frequently than you would in the United States. their awareness of literature in the culture seems to be greater than ours. to put it bluntly they're dumb kids seem to be right there with our average kids and their average kids are right there with us markets. depending on which measure you use right now we've ranked right around twentieth in the world. but we have the most affluent society in the world what we do at a twentieth. we are. and I've talked about that a lot now let's get to Wisconsin. again we avert our eyes because we can tell ourselves things that make us feel good like okay five the nation is declining in the scores but it was constant remains there the top of the list that's true we are. in terms of the quality of education in this state were one of the states for the top in the United States. but we're still had to die out. it would be heading down for years. we see a lot of our kids and they're really really really smart except there's a catch there. they're smart except in the things that they don't know anything about. because the broad base of the education isn't there. again we're generalizing there's exceptions. the knowledge of subjects like history and GI and geography and some of the sciences among American kids is shockingly awful. what the thing that's really startling is with a client in reading scores. without regard to how high tech the world is getting and how much of our technology is being done through a phone and threw it happened so odd. there's almost nothing in life. that doesn't require the ability to read. it's the starting point for just about everything. do you ever listen to any other people who have reading issues like the dyslexic and somewhat of a talk about it overcoming that challenge being the key to their life. our reading scores go down a little bit every year and for the fourth year in a row the reading scores it was considered out. and many believe that the reading scores are down so is going to be everything else if you have a little bit of trouble reading it's going to affect your ability to learn science and everything else. the math scores trend a little bit lower to. so I mentioned going into the last break. we're spending more money than ever on education in Wisconsin. as a state the teacher pupil ratios are better than they were before. work carpet bombing public schools with massive amounts of state aid despite all the whining and crying that they do every year we put it more and the legislature just passed the budget to put in a fortune more eaters used his veto pen to make even more go it. at the end we're raising taxes like crazy passing building referendum said we a number of communities of past referendums allowing to over them to overspend the taxing limits. with. the whole idea is that having as many kids enrollments are down so with enrollments being down the classrooms the school buildings are it is packed the class sizes are these extreme etcetera. so what's happening. well several things I want to talk about first. what are the things that I admit is skipping the numbers but it's. kind of a bad skew. is that some of the smartest kids aren't being tested in the average because the home school kids are usually not included. and a lot of times the smartest kids in the state are being home schooled. there's more kids being home schooled in Wisconsin now than at any point in the last forty or fifty years. but. well it's true that a lot of those kids that are home schooled are really smart. it's also true that I think more kids are being hauled school because a lot of parents I said I'm not sending my kid to a school. we can do better at all we just talk a little bit ago about do it yourselfers well hope school is the ultimate do it yourselfer that's that put in a water heater that is a full time job that at least one of the parents have to take on and I get to the home schooling industry has got to be quite good they've all these materials that are created for parents a lot of parents now create I don't know what the term would be what the parents sort of throwing together where. you know kids some three or four families could be home school together and one of the bombs teaches say sciences and of other mom teaches reading or they'll tutor one another and they do a little bit of sharing of stop at cetera there's many different ways to home school is there are parents who home school. so okay you're taken some of the cream of the crop out of the number but. that is the indictment of the overall that more parents feel the need to do the home schooling but they don't trust the schools especially public schools to educate their kids. my second point. the decline in test scores has mirrored. the move now twenty years or so ago a little bit longer than that to haul language reading teaching. when this was introduced that was controversial. among the concepts of whole language are that you it's not phonics it's the opposite you don't sound the word out you try to remember the word by seeing all the letters together the experts say it's a superior form of learning how to read. whole language generally includes creative spelling. we don't force people to memorize a lot of things like by rote like a spelling. it's more important that they know what the word is they know what they mean when they write it. I think it's a lot of crap. among the reasons it's a lot of crap if you don't know how to spell you come across as stupid when you said south send something to someone else. because just about anything that is important better be spelled correctly companies have to when they do legal documents when they put up material that you're reading an ad in the newspaper it said right somebody's going to correct it somewhere and the computer can't be counted on to do all of it. but secondly. if you don't know how to spell it's gonna affect your ability to read because your C. had a word that sitting there and you don't know what it is because you spell it differently. next. from what I've let read and learned over the years the vast majority of parents who home school do not use whole language the use phonics. it's one of the reasons why home schooling is growing a lot of the people of home schooling do not believe in some of these concepts they believe and products and there's an entire industry of companies that create reading materials based on phonics companies. sell products that you hear over the internet or on radio stations a year old there is hooked on phonics is out there a few years ago there's a number of others to try to create a product to supplement the fact that kids are not being taught to correctly read in the schools if reading comprehension is going down everything's going down next. this part is never discussed. the kids are simply a class less than they used to be. if you're talking about dropping down a couple tenths of a percentage point each year that means it's just a little bit less time each year the kids actually we're learning something. the number of field trips and I'm not against field trips per se. the time off for this assembly our that assembly you're seeing a lecture and instruction on this that and the other thing. not even having to make up all the slot the snow days and then when you do make out some of their the group days they do this or that or hang out. love one another and all this other crap. to access the decline in any kind of enforcement of standards of teaching. again this is not a pejorative it's just a statement of fact. rarely anymore do you see the smartest kids go indicate your dad into schools of education thank you I do other things and some say well if you pay teachers more maybe they what. well perhaps that's true. apps I should be arguing in favor of higher salaries for teachers. but I think most people would agree that the quality overall of teaching. we just don't get our best and brightest by and large going into it. might exploit critical. you can't waste. hour after hour after hour of the school year yapping about saving the planet by not using straws. showing kids literate obscure literature from some culture that you barely heard of because we have to be inclusive. teaching social engineering a current advance ideology Ising. at the expense of key check. we've turned it some of our schools in the places in which we are creating an agenda for creating people to think a certain way they just don't know a damn thing. if these theories that I have others are not the explanation what is. how do we keep shoveling more and more and more money into getting a poorer and poorer and poorer result this trend better stop at some point we're going to have a bunch of dopes we're not yet at that point the kids that come from good families and of course every child there's limitations of south already child can go like he was real intelligence capabilities and learning to sit disabilities and so on some kids are prone to be geniuses you see the kid playing the.

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"He's an idiot when it comes to five network genetically modified food or recycled toxic water with from them hydrophobic wires heads hydrogen sulfide can use concentrate. What can i can. I make on that because <hes> the lady that was doing the research for me <hes>. I said that the f._c._c. until the president trump you know five technology. You've got its recommended safety standards. It's rejected by american international scientists but you gotta spread credit nationwide as quickly as possible because china's going to beat us and she's saying who knows i mean. She doesn't think trump would do it on purpose but <hes> i mean this is very harmful to the american people you think the president actually knows how harmful by jesus i've been trying to for two and a half years. Let explain you know chuck. <hes> i have skill sets on three levels. I know how to go to the net and i call it. The internet i also have classified sources have access because they i still have above top secret clearance from years ago and i have people contact intel agencies and god's given me supernatural inspiration and -bility to get we call god level knowledge. They can't hide anything from me and the problem is logical person not an idiot the promise i can just present stuff. This is on the open market books documents. Whatever that shows is dangerous dangerous. I've been trying for two and a half years to get through the trump. I'm not making any progress. I don't know if you know anybody that can but i have a number of areas. I'm cole of conspirator with john. W spring whose whistle for the lower island russia news they let me spending that john w spring <hes> george putnam show whenever we were doing on it <hes> on a radio station in l._a. Quite frequently for the number one the cuban missile crisis in nineteen sixty one and took. Oh you do flight over for a year later to prove the door nukes. They're in cuba ninety days three in grenada island and two and a half years ago i was had no had him on for years john w spring and michelle regularly every week two and a half years ago i told john i said look i have been having standing visions of russian nucs in the submarine your knock river and they're building hypersonic cruise cruise missiles and god told me this i didn't do research on the internet and i said i'm gonna go back and check my sources because i have sources that are intel like guys i can call the pentagon or elsewhere. I can actually contact and ranjini okay so i told him and after he did research this guy's a genius spring this guy is so thorough and and after about eight months he said you don't dig right not only there but also where he nicaragua where you can even see the satellite photos to my long runway for the aetna jets so six months ago i had an article all prepared and i had it all prepared now after he was convinced that this is over a year ago that the russians are so six months ago. I had an article ready for john for jeff and i told jeff i said well. I have all the spoofs of all diggle. We can't really bring you on unless you got satellite photos. He said if you get those surprise winning so i pray and i say god you gotta. Show me where to look to find the satellite photos. I got him in twenty four hours and then i told jeff that you know he just changed the name of the title and of course we had a falling out with jeff because nowhere have i had proper respect of ood eagle is okay that means jensen's network republic radio rents network river no-one. No one has respect and i don't ask people like me. I want them to dialogue with me prove y._m. Ron give me evidence and logic and learn. I don't care if you got great street have never had had a p._h._d. But what i see is genesis trying to cover for alex jones because he wanted him to control the narrative at republic radio didn't really have any outstanding prison except for john more who've i had on the show for years and i wanna get back on and that rents network. He's like the grand poobah same with code coast to coast. They cancel me eleven years ago but we're going to have me on a series of shows because they're afraid to bring it on deal. You know why i'm like a loaded cannon on the deck of the ship. I know.

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"We're going to take away sin but a relationship with the creator. God and god doesn't want to tie the viewer ten percent. He wants all he wants. All americans would be proceeding experts that are forcing their politicians or corporations behave ethically. We don't we hire these darn politicians and vote for them. Let go often do whatever they please. The democrats just want power. Even donald trump wants somebody to kiss is button. Make him feel really great leg like he's still doing the apprentice. Donald trump is a genus business. He's a blue collar billionaire but man he's an idiot and every other area he knows nothing and the fact that people around him are such global maniacs. Look mike von in pale. This is a very smart guy but evil hell look at john lightning bolt disguise award bra maniac. If you follow his rule we would have had a quarter million trips in syria two two years ago and we would have had already nukes on on <hes> on iran and they would've probably had the russians counteract this i report up on drudge today which i'm going to go over after the show that russia's are using <hes> the iran using russian made remade nukes and missiles saw so they're getting ready for a great big attack initial if you try to attack israel is just going to retaliate right like you wouldn't believe and here's china trying to take over hong kong and they want to extradite people guess what taiwan is giving support to hong kong and and taiwan's armed to the teeth with our nukes and fastest air force after israel in the world if you don't think we're seconds away from midnight in terms of thermonuclear conflict if you don't don't believe that and you think well i've just diggle. You're an idiot and you're going to die in the thermonuclear flash. You're not going to be prepared for anything including no electricity no food no running thing water and no gasoline. If you think that the we're going to go back to the stone age now the stone age will be like the sandals resort compared to what the future will be if we don't prepare for it. It's gonna be mind boggling it. The worst movie like the walking dead and so on doesn't even touch how bad it'll be. I work with human was the federal government and we were carrying on jokes. These guys are twisted and twisted the people. I talked to work in the f._b._i. C._d._c. these are twisted individuals man. There's something wrong along their soul. When you start talking cracking really weird jokes rental happen. I work with these guys over twenty five years ago. I can tell you you can't imagine and how nuts it is working with people that are so evil. You can almost feel like you wanna repent of being a human being. That's how bad it is. What do you think oh yeah..

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"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Pigs. Whatever when you look wanting to hack into human consciousness when you look at the world find a ninety percent reduction in population and even bowl scenario the new the prime minister of brazil saying have albums every second day and stopped eating meat and the united nations is not komo claiming revolve ruminating animals and you have to look at the democratic right of candidates wanna push green agenda. It's the end of the road. This is not like oh. Where are we there yet like your kid in the in the van was your parents were there. This is it man. This is the big show. This is not a pre rehearsal this. We're at the end of the age of humanity. If we don't smarten up right now we're gonna died and we're not going to go with a bull whip. Ranna bang won't just be one of the other. It'll be both want into you know at the top. You know. It's kind of like kind of saying the same thing. We're kinda cramped on. The album calms circling all around us but you know specifically when i discussed i guess if a specific topic topic it's flooring in putting the united states applying maths in past several decades and that questioned the wisdom of of apple podcast app is a conspiracy commonality. Yeah you know what books are all pretty cool. Now you have listened name the title of your books in what did the thing behind each one because your website is box of sunglasses dot com it go to their co host. It can actually pulling directly across. I hope you have that so paycheck. Because all the the archives of all the show winners doodoo are also archived. I've designed it that way and link back to neutral medical because you have to take your physical body. You have to take care of your spirit body. Earthier your higher self yet. Take care of your nation. We have to have pro se litigant action because our courts and our political system is dead. You can see even inside the republican party already on the number of tax even look at fox news they they say good things about trump and they attacked the heck out of them. I wanna teach trump. I don't want to attack him. I wanna be his mentor. I want to be able to be his samuel with my guests like you. If i get you me and other people in my cadre people getting a half hour week with trump he will be the best president ever. He will be the best leader every to be an example of a populist eater another nation that will actually restore the human race and protect us against serb cybernetic caste system of janek hybridization with animals were leading over our consciousness to intel agencies. It can draw our thoughts. Not it just what we buy and sell on amazon. People realize it's the end of the road. This is it. We're not like oh well. We've got decades off. We we wanna see a sign like a temple. Israel your idiots. This is it. Were there okay. This is the end of the human race if you don't smarten up we're we're what was in the future isn't gonna be a blade. Runner is going to be so far beyond that so evil. You can't even imagine where we're going <music>. I'm glad you mentioned i. I would agree with you. I mean you got a lot of what i call. Cartoon network christians running around you know on t._v. Where jewish you know the reason why will be built the churches. I invite them and i say this right now. I will do it free. No charge. I will set up a cyber linked to be able to be going. Here's church by cyber link to thousands of the church's. I'll do it tomorrow next week and whatever but guess what they don't ask me even kind of make a statement put a video together to their church talk prophetic. Will you come under the thirty the pastor no under the authority of the most i got. I wanna tell you people in your church. Whether it's a pro-life issue warn issue of how you take care of the porn or people are veterans and come back with p._t._s._d. I'm i'm gonna tell you how you church has to become a godly church. That doesn't think good works..

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"two segments" Discussed on Global Optimum

Global Optimum

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"two segments" Discussed on Global Optimum

"Day you call it a new comb problem. <hes> this episode will feature two segments apply psychology in which i will talk about the personality of effective altruism and check this wreck in which will provide you with a recommendation of a book article podcast that perhaps you are not familiar with. Let's let's get into it third last episode. I talked about personality psychology in general this episode. I'm going to talk about the personality traits that distinguish effective ultralights from everyone else also talk about about whether these personality traits play causal role in someone becoming an effective altruism a quick disclaimer. This entire episode is going to be quite speculative. I'm going to throw out a lot of ideas which might be wrong and those ideas are based based on literatures that i don't fully trust so this episode is just me putting ideas out there which can potentially be confirmed or or discontinued last episode. I talked about the big five. The big five is the leading taxonomy eh of personality traits used by personality psychologists. According to the big five there are five main personality citrates. One of those traits is neuroticism. People high eroticism tend to be anxious worried. Moody inclined to anger depressed easily embarrassed unable to resist short-term pleasure and they panic when under stress people loan eroticism to become relaxed and emotionally stable. There was a big five measure included did in the two thousand eighteen effective altruism survey. This was a survey of effective altruism that was conducted by the organization rethink priorities. I looked at the data and the only thing that stands out is effective. Ultra seemed to be about one standard deviation above average in neurotic zm. According to the data e as are neurotic now there are reasons reasons not to take this data to seriously to just name one reason the data look rather funky and as a result. It's not clear clear how the data should be interpreted. This finding might be a fluke as i understand it. Rethink priorities doesn't plan on publishing any of the analyses. They did on their big data but i think this finding is suggestive enough that it's at least worth mentioning assuming effective altruism are more neurotic. I have three bad theories to explain elaine. Why the first bad theory is e._a. Makes you more neurotic. Maybe you learn about all these horrific things going on in the world and and you learn you could do something about it. So now you have all this responsibility. You didn't have before and you live with chronic sense of not doing all the good. Could you could be doing. This is a bad theory because i don't think it's really that easy to push around personality and i don't think learning learning about a philosophy is going to make people significantly more neurotic second. Bad theory is neurotic. People happen to be attracted. Attracted to effective altruism effective altruism requires that you can look into the darkness you can put your attention on the massive suffering going on in the world or bad things that can happen in the future and most people are really good at just ignoring all the bad things going on. Maybe it's only the people who are worried awards by disposition who are able to live with the constant awareness that terrible awful no good things are or happening and that they should do something about it. This is a bad theory because neurotic people tend to engage in less less pro social behavior neurotic people donate to charity less. They volunteer less the negative emotions ends that neurotic people experience more frequently. Don't seem to motivate them to be more altruistic. If anything the opposite and it's not clear why affective altruism would be an exception to this. I have a third bat theory which i will get you a bit later. In the episode next. I'm going to introduce to personality constructs that i think are relevant to understanding effective altruism..

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Buttigieg country music radio interview blocked from airing

Radio From Hell

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Buttigieg country music radio interview blocked from airing

"Cumulus media one of the largest broadcasting companies in the country has blocked one of its country radio station hose from airing his interview with twenty twenty democratic presidential hopeful people to judge the mayor of south bend Indiana now see I didn't hear was a country station yeah Blair garner who self titled Nash FM radio show is syndicated nationally across more than a hundred and fifty stations interviewed to judge on Wednesday while the democratic candidate visited national Tennessee is part of his campaign tour it's important to Pete to reach out to voters everywhere said his campaign manager Liz Smith we've made a point on this campaign to go outside the traditional political media bubble that's why we reached out to Blair on the country station about an interview Blair has a pretty big audience and it's an audience that doesn't typically hear directly from democratic candidates for president okay in his roughly twenty minute interview mayor Pete discuss meeting a country music I've cons Brad Paisley into McGraw he called on the Democratic Party to reach out to more communities traditionally viewed as right leaning I think our base tends to be more conservative garner told bill because of his programs listeners and the fact that you from the democratic ticket are the singular Canada to reach out and to say may I please be on your show that you're reaching out to listeners I think well we all have race that and be appreciative of that right about that reaching across the aisles thing we keep hearing right but but but but cumulus media decided to spike the interview blocking garner and affiliate radio stations from airing any part of it more what he said to my employer decided I couldn't bear it he tweeted with a link to the interview published on his personal soundcloud account garner had intended to run the interview beginning Monday a source close to the radio told Huffington post in an email sent to affiliates Friday morning and obtained by the HuffPost garner said he planned to include two segments of the interview in the show and broadcast the full exchange in the subsequent podcast it is not in any way shape or form my intention for our show to become political the host of the show's wrote in an email but because someone clearly saw the value of our listeners I felt secure enough for that opportunity but no cumulus media said I've been to what he says I've been told the interview cannot air but I know right nation wide I was proud well if you don't think you need the the explanation I got my radio news letter this morning was they were citing the equal time rule you that's very easy to which I said yeah okay sure we we have politicians on our show all the time and I'll say it right now if if you're running for office and would like to be on our show call us and we have opened all see we want we don't exclude anybody go so they as the if they're calling it an act of cowardice for a company whose slogan is where every voice matters Boehner candid number three and what would happen if you did hear from mayor Pete anyway all right there you

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Modularity Insights for Charisma and Creativity

Global Optimum

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Modularity Insights for Charisma and Creativity

"Yeah. Global optimum. The podcast dedicated to making you a more effective altruistic I'm Daniel gamma Korda. We're going to start off today with a Groner what's is affected altruistic favorite kind of soup. Their favorite soup is excess stencil bisque. Bam, soup humor right off the top. This episode will feature two segments apply psychology in which I will apply our understanding of modulator to identify some psychological pitfalls and how to address them. And the other segment will be checked. This wreck in which I provide you with a recommendation of a book article podcast that perhaps you are not familiar with, let's get into it. Last episode I talked about module Larry, the idea that the mind is made up of many specialized parts which are sometimes functionally encapsulated from one another. If you haven't listened to the previous episode, I do recommend that you listen to it first since in this segment, I'm going to talk about ideas that assume, you know the stuff in the first episode. This segment is going to be about applying modulator to do useful things like improving your performance at various tasks. I'll begin with a question, say you're running a race, you fallen behind. But in the last moments of the race, you get a sudden burst of energy. You run so fast that you're able to speed pass the person in second place. He passed the person. Second. What place are you in now. We'll get back to that in a bit. If the brain is made up of many parts than what is a good module taxonomy, can we group modules into categories to make them easier to understand there have been many theories put forward which divide the mine into some number of basic parts. For example, psychologists might talk about fast versus slow processes, emotional versus rational control versus automatic old versus new, lest you think two is the magic number. There are theories which use a different number of buckets. Freud talked about the mid ego and superego according to the Triune brain theory, we have a reptilian complex, a paleo mammalian complex and day Neo, mammalian complex. Some of these theories are better than others. I just wanna say there are many ways of carving. The mind and there are plenty of theories, those theories are not necessarily consistent with one another. I'm going to use Daniel condoms theory, which divides the mind into two parts, which he calls system one and system to the main reason I'm using this theory is I expect my listeners to be familiar with it, and it is good enough for our purposes. I don't actually use system one system two in my thinking about psychology, and certainly most psychologists don't if for no other reason that most psychologists are studying topics different from what common studied. And so his theory isn't very useful, but it's fine as an abstraction as long as we remember that it is a useful simplification in actually the brain is made up of many different modules and the modules have some combinations of features, but dividing up modules into buckets will work fine for where we are going. I'll quickly go over condoms. Two bucket theory where the mind is divided into system one and system. Two. System. One refers to brain processes that are fast, unconscious, automatic, emotional, your gut reaction to something. Examples of the things system. One does include see that an object is at a greater distance than another localize. The source of a specific sound, complete the phrase war and. Blink. Some probably you can quickly come up with war and peace other things system. One does display disgust when seeing a gruesome image solve two plus two equals what

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Dwayne Johnson Sings & Drinks Tequila on 'Colbert'

Nick Digilio

03:19 min | 3 years ago

Dwayne Johnson Sings & Drinks Tequila on 'Colbert'

"Santa claus knows yeah so colbert man let me just say can i say this real quick one of the guests the only guest last night or i say yesterday morning from the night before because i watch him the next day was that was the rock was was was dwayne johnson and i want to say i want to say this was without question and i think dwayne johnson's a very charming guy and he's good talk show host and he has fun stories that was without question he did two segments to full segments with him was the best talk show appearance he's ever made really yeah and colbert i mean when into wrestling history they talked about his grandfather father he sang samoan song it was the drank they drank whiskey together are tequila are they drank tequila together they had an eyebrow contest because you know stephen colbert has that eyebrow thing to he does the eyebrow thing so they had like they get a shot together with the eyebrows they and they did their it was fantastic and it was a really entertaining and and colbert asked really great questions they didn't even talk about skyscraper at one point at one point it's like okay so the new movie the new movie a skyscraper and the rot grabs the blue car all the guys have the blue cards the rat black grabs bluecardiganed any throws the cardio's the hell with the movie let's have another drink and so he pulls the bottle out and he's like yeah let's show the clip so they show the clip and then they come back and they said goodbye he didn't even talk about the movie and it was still an extraordinarily entertaining interview so based upon what you said it seems like campbell's the real sorry that movie yeah well neve campbell was on the night before and colbert was asking her and they showed a clip and she's like flipping guys and stabbing guys with scissors and knocking i was like look at neve campbell kicking samaras and then colbert asked her you know who kicks more ass the rocker you she's like me so that's enough for me to want to see this movie so although eric texted me he saw it and he he texted me and he was like i it's ridiculous well really like you can't tell from the commercials that the movies ridiculous i'm going to see it in that loudest biggest screen possible so the dumbness is even more you know that shakespeare's the right movie to see yeah all right so here we go these google searches which phrases each state searched for oregon montana pennsylvania and connecticut search for air conditioner i probably would do that too you know my ex wife lives in oregon she lives in medford oregon and we text back and forth every once in a while we're still on friendly terms and she constantly telling me because i always tell her you know what the weather is like here and she's like yeah it's one hundred and three right now it's always like ninety degrees there the hell can you live there isn't that farther north it's almost california she's she's right near the border of california washington idaho wyoming and colorado all they were searching campsites that makes sense maryland amusement parks oh that we didn't talk i talk about that going to great american stuff that i used to do that a lot when i was a kid ask alaska in vermont bike rentals all right louisiana they.

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Yeardley Smith talks to Matt Gourley about the Simpsons

I Was There Too

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Yeardley Smith talks to Matt Gourley about the Simpsons

"A little bit now i can only imagine you've been asked a lot of these questions a million times so you have every right to pass or deflect it to something rather talk about but i always try to pride myself in finding questions that are different in some way but i don't know about this line it is a tough one just all been ass i can imagine and how many years is it now it's just started recording season thirty good lower no years we literally have writers who grew up watching the show who thought might dream job will be to ride on the simpsons but they won't still be on by the time i'm old enough and like oh yes do you have any that were born after it debuted yeah i believe so yes i mean there are people in that room who work on the show who have no recollection of a world without simpson that's extrordinary zand i mean thirty years thirty two relief you count the tracey ullman show that's old enough to have been born when the simpsons started or even slightly after a now to have your own children who are walking and talking and watching the simpsons that's that's bananas it is an institution like saturday night live where a long involved would have been raised on it completely absolutely yeah god so you if this is true additionally originally read for the role of bart that's true and nancy cartwright read for lisa is that right yes interesting i think it was never well two things happened so i did a play here in los angeles at the fountain theatre called living on salvation street that was directed by dorothy lyman who used to be on mama's family do you remember mama in fact i see that this kiki she was a juvenile delinquent i did i three episodes and because of doing that tv show when this play came around dorothy lyman cast me as the lead and i played this girl named wilma who wanted to join the army and saying l was presley songs so nothing likely simpson and about i would say like seventeen people saw that play and one of those people are year later was casting the simpsons and she says that she when the role of lisa simpson came up she said i know exactly who should play lisa simpson and it was me it wasn't nancy so the fact that i did read for bart and nancy read for lisa i think it was more of a well let's they always have women do the voices of young boys because their voices don't change obviously right so i don't think it was so specific as we're just gonna throw a lot of spaghetti at the wall and whoever is better for one and then for another and then of course i'm sure they had editions with tons of other people that's who we will cast but i did read for bar but i don't even think it lasted a whole scene interesting yeah 'cause i just sound so much like a girl always and over the years do you struggle to keep it fresh for yourself do you find that the voice of all because i look back at the tracey ullman versions in the early seasons especially with homer i mean it's it's started with oh yeah okay a lot of people think actually that whoever did home or on the tracey ullman show it was then a different actor who did it when we went to half hour but it's the same as dan castellaneta and dan orig when we drew in the bumpers as we call them on the tracey ullman show agree told the whole story in one minute right three twenty seconds segments something to that effect before the commercial break and dan fashioned homers voice after walter matthau and when we went to half hour he couldn't sustain it technically like vocally he couldn't sustain it so he had to alter it and that's why homer sounds so different yeah and i think when i first started doing lisa simpson i really didn't do anything i mean i sound a sound i i think probably now about now i probably like him about fourteen but back then i think i probably started let goes eleven

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Boston Celtics: Should we be talking about the number 1 seed?

GSMC Basketball Podcast

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Boston Celtics: Should we be talking about the number 1 seed?

"He's not hurting the fights go on but nonetheless i mean while all right but either way said hope everyone had to get easter let's see what we have going on today we're talk weaken recap in the first segment going to talk mostly about march madness but anything else that catches my is far as what happened over the weekend second segment the boston celtics i've been mentioning a bit as far as talking about their games and all that but i think it's time to give it some more shine as to their without kyrie irving without marcus smart gordon hayward has been out all year no daniel ties been pretty much in and out with al warford as far as injuries marcus morris has been out a couple of times shane larkin's men sick with some type of illness or i feel like the dudes been sick more so than i have in the last two years when the less he's been out and now the celtics are only two games back at the raptors for that number one all right they shouldn't be winning the way that the art it's not like they're beating bad teams they beat the rappers they'd beat the the thunder they've the trailblazers right they've been beating decent good teams so we gotta talk about that third segment all right miami heat hassan whiteside kind of frustrated over the fact that when teams go small in the fourth quarter he gets a sit on the bench so we'll be talking about that in the third semi talking about the heat see if anything else has to pretend to them and then for the fourth thing we will be talking are actually we'll do the heat for the four semi forgot we gotta recap yesterday's game we'll be doing that for the second.

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Futures Update - Walmart expands home delivery

The Opening Bell with Steve Grzanich

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Futures Update - Walmart expands home delivery

"On the broadcast live later on peer frost will be here he's the editorial and communications manager for miller core is going to be talking about beer that's a topic for our morning chat isn't it that's second segment this morning in a minute we're gonna be talking about the future of robotic autonomous cars and how they might impact our shopping habits but i on the wgn associated make market desk futures are pointing toward opening gains on wall street later this morning up about ninety four point seven p futures are up about eight nasdaq futures are up about thirty points this morning around the globe markets in europe per generally higher with the footsie up about a quarter the same situation happening in germany and france this morning and in asia lots of red and screen they're the nikkei off almost a full percent down one hundred ninety points the same story with the hang sang and the shanghai are all lower this morning oil is trading at sixty ninetysix a barrel which is up about twenty five cents this morning a couple of stories we're watching for you this morning walmart to says it is going to start expanding sameday online grocery delivery service to more than forty percent of us households or one hundred metro areas by year's end as it tries to keep in pace keep pace with amazon dot com services currently available in.

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