36 Burst results for "Two Thousand Nine"
Author Victor Davis Hanson on His Latest Book 'The Dying Citizen'
"Victor davis hanson. Welcome thank you okay. So for people tuning in Some of whom are not familiar with you. What is this. what is this book about. The title of it of course is a little bit hard to take the dying citizen. What is the thesis. I should say. Eric has not been dead citizen. So gives some hope. I'm actually that's hilarious. That is absolutely hilarious. Dilate you right. There's there's there's yes Expiry citizen something like the who using citizen. I can't see maybe we can get him up on camera here so yeah tell us then what is the. What is the thesis. Well i tried to look at the things in the news in two thousand late. Two thousand nine hundred in two thousand twenty. And then i wrote an epilogue updated and i thought there was a common denominator and that is very fragile. Very rare idea. In the history of civilization of a citizen and empowered middle-class resident who had rights and responsibilities who elected his own officials audit that them could remove them decide when and where to go to war. What revenues expenditures except that they were self-governed and what made them successful. And what made them fail. And how would that be relevant to
Fresh update on "two thousand nine" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Emergency management says estella guamash and skye comish have been spilling over and that's often the way these sorts of events unfold um you know still a guamish often comes up first as does the sky there's those rivers tend to be the first to flood snohomish is a slower rise and the small town of sylvana which is on an island in the still a guamish has been evacuated northwest news radio's jeff pogel is in granite falls where he's seen some of the impacts of the water meteorologists firsthand call this an atmospheric river a channel of tropical air bringing with that a lot of rain to the pacific northwest already flood warnings have been issued and here along the still a guamish river about an hour north of seattle homes and neighborhoods have been inundated with water so far there have been reports no of any injuries but the downpour is expected to continue and the flooding is expected to get worse in granite falls jeff pogel in northwest news radio a former doctor at the uw medicine has agreed to surrender his license after being accused in a case of what's called fertility fraud doctor christopher medicine at a hospital in california in two thousand nine where the patient had reportedly requested the same sperm donor she she used for her first child well it turns out her kids did not have the same parental dna using an ancestry tracking service the woman found a person who shared a last name with herndon and learned the person was herndon's sibling well according to the seattle times herndon started working as a physician and assistant professor at uw in 2017 he resigned in september and is not eligible to renew or reactivate his washington license now in most of the country including washington there are no laws against fertility fraud manda factor northwest news radio king county executive dow constantine among those headlining a groundbreaking ceremony today for an affordable housing project several in c city -tech leaders attended the groundbreaking ceremony for mercy angle lake family housing project will 130 provide affordable housing units to low -income families we can provide this community with housing with supports with transit access to an entire region with the opportunity to thrive plans show the housing project will cover more than than 33 000 square feet mercy angle lake family housing is scheduled to be completed by may of 25 combo force preston phillips and at 6 34 we are your home for breaking news traffic
Can the Democrats Raise the Debt Limit Without Republican Help?
"Good morning The newspapers are full of contrived. Drama will the government shutdown. Will the stimulus bill passed will the three and a half trillion dollar social infrastructure. Bill passed what will happen to the squad. What about kristen cinema. What about joe manchin. Here's what my prediction is. Everything passes and they spend all the money after pretend drama. What do you think. Well if i had to guess from the outside and you don't really know I mean the best. Intel's the people managing the with news. Obviously and it's possible they don't know but my guess is immigrants are are not gonna leave that that One point two trillion infrastructure money on the table that they'll pass that at some point. You have always been skeptical that they could get another big reconciliation bill through the senate I don't i don't. I don't think it's just mansion. I think there's a half of those democrats who would prefer not to vote on something particular tax increases but we will see They're going to have. Typically i think getting the debt limit increase eventually seneca Because schumer did not put the instructions for one in the last budget resolution and So far saying i'm not gonna finance you know your deficit spending. They gotta go back to you on the budget committee. Jim where you're on your budget committee. I always avoided that. Well i think they've got to go back and amend the budget resolution reconciliation instructions. It takes two weeks. They better get started exactly. And that's the point and mcconnell's been saying this for months. He's the best republican wiedersen dole. In my opinion. I mean yeah. He's just and he's been saying for months. Look we're not gonna finance this enormous deficit spending. You're going to have to do it. And yet schumer did not put the instructions in the last budget resolution. So you're right. It takes a couple of weeks and I know that schumer is really faced up to that. Yes i think. I fought for months us. At the infrastructure bill would eventually passed. The house would take what the senate gives just as they did in two thousand nine. This is going to the house and not just because the progressives don't like it's not big enough it's going to sit there in the house and have the senate serve you a bill and say no. We're not going to conference. This is our bill. You taken a leave but they all passed macaire on that basis. I think they'll pass the bill. That's my guess
Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute
"Two thousand nine. A team of researchers discovered a previously unknown microbe in the hot springs of yellowstone national park now. The fungus is the star ingredient in a new line of food products. He was very very high in protein. And it's actually a very exciting protein because it's a complete protein. There's really not that many sources of complete putting out there. That's thomas jonas. Ceo of nature's find the chicago based startup developed a process to ferment. the fungus and create. What's now called five protein. They're using it to make a variety of foods so we've been able to make things that range from chicken nuggets hamburgers breakfast sausages to yogurts and cheese earlier this year. The company offered a limited line of cream cheese and breakfast sausage on its website. Jonas says the products will soon be sold at stores. He foresees growing demand for protein. Filled foods produce more sustainably than meat and dairy that whole supply chain is completely inefficient and using a tremendous amount of resources of land of water energy. So jonas says fi could provide a more climate-friendly alternative.
Hungary: Statue Honoring Mysterious Bitcoin Founder Unveiled
"A statue was unveiled in Budapest of the mysterious founder of bit coin we are all so does she Santoshi Nakamoto is the name with which in two thousand nine some one published in so called white paper the documentation of beats going hundreds G. or P. is a bit coin journalist and the initiator of the project he curated mixed with going he created the blockchain technology he is the god of our market corrected in a business park near the Danube river in Budapest the featureless space of the bust wrapped in a bronze hoodie emblazoned with the bitcoin logo is heavily Polish to make it reflective like a mirror so people can see themselves it does not matter who said that she was it doesn't matter if it's male female white black whatever the idea behind bitcoin is important not to motor was a pseudonym which could refer to a person or group of people of unknown gender age or national origin I'm a Donahue
The Seven Sins of Memory, With Daniel Schacter, PhD
"Your book is called the seven cents of memory. Can you first of all talk about those sins are why you call them. Sins and some of them are as you say. Sins of omission incentive comission. What are the differences back around. Two thousand nine hundred ninety nine as i was kind of serving the literature on memory. Errors struck me that while psychologist known for decades that memory is prone to error. Nobody had really tried to organize our our knowledge. And try to suggest way of classifying these errors and my best take on. The literature was that there are these seven basic categories of memory errors and so by analogy with the well-known seven ancient deadly sins. I couldn't resist calling in seven cents of memory. So they're three sins of omission different kinds of forgetting four sins of comission when memory is present but either wrong or intrusive so the the three sins of omission. I call transients. That's forgetting over time. We all know from our everyday experience that all things being equal we tend to remember experiences and that are recent in time better than those that are occurred long ago memories tend to fade over time. The second Sin of omission. I call absent mindedness. So this doesn't this is not memory fading over time. This is kind of a breakdown at the interface of memory and attention. So we may be distracted focused on upcoming tasks and we put our keys down. We don't notice where we put those keys down. The event really never gets into memory. That would be an absent minded kind of forgetting or we may put our keys down and know exactly where they are But then we're distracted at the time of retrieval. We walk we walk out the door without archies. that would be another example of absent. Mindedness third kind of forgetting sins of omission. I call blocking this is when memories available. It hasn't faded away over time Where trying to remember doing our best to remember. But we can't come up with information that's actually stored in memory that i call blocking Omission since
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
'Unity Is Our Greatest Strength': Biden Honors Victims Ahead of 9/11 Anniversary
"Use. What makes us who we are america at. Its best to me. That's the central lesson of september. Eleventh is set at our most vulnerable the push and pull all that makes us human and the battle for the soul of american unity because our greatest strength he didn't he doesn't mean we have to believe the same thing. We must have a fundamental respected faith in each other and this nation that was part of president biden. Six minutes message to americans tonight ahead of the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed two thousand nine hundred seventy seven people on september eleventh.
Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy
"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote
Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy
"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote given this week. Sad news i thought i would resurface an interview that i recorded with williams just over a decade ago. Shortly after the first season of boardwalk empire
Infrastructure, Jobs and Climate Change
"So i wanna start with your giving us an overview of the infrastructure. Plan as you understand it you know what do you what do you see is specifically in it. And what do you think the priorities are. Well thanks so much john. And it's a pretty comprehensive plan. And i think the general theme to keep in mind for your viewers is. This is very much a jobs plan. But there's no question in the minds of anyone who's read or in the administration that the belief behind the plan is that it at the same it deals with really four interwoven challenges that the administration is facing and of course the first is the post pandemic reality. The second is the economic downturn. The third is the climate crisis and the fourth is inequality and racial equity and the disproportionate environmental harm and other harms had replaced on low income communities and communities of color. No not putting those in any kind of priority. They're all of the utmost important but the general theme is that the road to economic recovery is through climate action and so it isn't infrastructure. A jobs plan. But there's no question that it very very intentionally addresses the climate crisis in a number of ways and know that the bite administration signaled his plans. He's been remarkably consistent with messages of last summer. If you saw the the biden clean energy biden plan he had a whole blueprint around clean energy and environmental justice and he has come through with flying colors in this plan. You know first and foremost it really is a building up of the clean energy sector the job-generating clean energy sector and the lesson from two thousand nine. As you all know now from the stimulus that then vice president biden worked on it. It just was simply not enough. Finding it wasn't enough finding it wasn't enough where the energy sector so this is gonna largely come through in the form of an array of renewable energy tax credits various forms and which are wildly popular and successful Those are really important. We'll certainly get the support of the business and there's something called a direct pay provisions that is important to renewable energy developers for those who may not have the adequate tax equity to benefit from a tax incentive. That's built into the into the whole thing at this point. I want to say that. There's something called justice. Forty which is outlined from the very beginning. President biden made it clear that forty percent of the benefits of his investments would go to underserved frontline disadvantaged communities
Why Is There a Disinformation Campaign Against Ivermectin?
"Rogan said he defeated co vid in just a couple of days. Thanks to the use of ivermectin now. This started a sequence of disinformation. Let's actually go to eight. I 'cause established this whole idea of this information. A whole sequence of disinformation stories around ivermectin. Saying that it's a horse de warmer. Now that's actually an off label. Use ivermectin won a nobel prize for its use on humans. In fact a two thousand nine hundred. Cdc memo on ivermectin said that all refugees in it they should take two doses of ivermectin orally. In fact it says right here on the cdc's website which they don't want you to read top of malaria guidance. That ivermectin can be very helpful for you. That's the cdc's own website. A study in the american journal of therapeutics published june. Twenty two thousand twenty one said that the apparent safety and low cost suggests that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the sars covy to pandemic globally and hydroxy. Clark is also anti-malaria drug and personally every person that i've given hydroxy chloride quinn to help them get connected with. They've turned the now that that's not. Okay that's not empirically scientific enough to convince me but fao cheat. Made sure he had to go out. Vouches dis- disinformation artist. You notice how vouching never actually has a real symposium or takes legitimate questions play tape when it comes to a public health issue like cova nineteen in which it is essential to get correct information out one of the enemies of public health his disinformation and unfortunately we do see that in some quarters. Disinformation you mean. Disinformation like this disinformation. Where all the sudden a story was going viral. We re tweeted an amplified by rachel maddow. Same that oklahoma's hospital. Emergency departments were backed up and they could not serve gunshot victims due to ivermectin overdoses. What as soon as i saw that story. I said this doesn't sound right or rachel. Maddow spread this on social media. And this guy right here. Here's the original news clip. It turned out to be absolutely
Exploring AI With Kai-Fu Lee
"All right everyone. I am here with kaifu. Lee chi food is chairman and ceo of innovation ventures the former president of google china and author of the new york times bestseller superpowers. And we're here to talk about his new book which will be released next week. A twenty forty one kaifu. Welcome to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you thank them. It is great to have an opportunity to speak with you. I'm looking forward to digging in and talking more about the book before we do though i'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in the field of ai. Sure i started With my excitement in back in nineteen seventy nine. When i started my undergraduate at columbia i worked on language and vision at columbia and then i went to carnegie mellon for my team at which develops the first speaker independent speech. Recognition system based on machine learning actually Some the earlier thesis in machine learning in nineteen aba. I also developed a computer program that the world's fellow champion is all in the eighties. Very early years after mike graduation from Cmu i talked there for two years than i joined apple and led a a lot of apples. Ai speech natural language and media efforts later joined sgi and then microsoft where i started microsoft research asia in beijing in nineteen ninety eight which kind of became one of the best. Tom research labs in asia. Later i joined google and ran google china for four years between two thousand and five in two thousand nine. We did do a little bit for how they i mostly was Really developing google's presence in china in two thousand nine. I left google and started my venture capital firm assign ovation ventures and at san ovation ventures we invest in the bow for the ai companies. We were about the earliest and probably invested in the most companies we invested in about seven unicorns in ai alone and with a few more Yet to come so they're excited to be in the era i it's Was not so hot during much of my career. But glad scooby with the catch. The recent wave and participate in it.
Dysfunction in the Desert: A Look at the Stumbling Arizona Coyotes
"Also katie the arizona. Coyotes haven't exactly been the most stable nhl franchise over the years there's been a bit of a revolving door of owners and the nhl even took control of the team for a while back in two thousand nine after a bankruptcy filing so given all of that. What was the feeling when. Alex murillo became the coyotes new owner in two thousand nineteen or so appealing on a number of levels on new era of arizona. Coyotes hockey began today the nhl. I ever hispanic owner was introduced to the valley and it was heralded as sort of Watershed moment i think for the franchise in the sense. That here could finally be that guy with uber. Deep pockets like he was reported to be a billionaire. And someone that had tied to the latino community what started this is alex enrolling arizona's cowpeas which is a market that is about forty forty two percent down and really showed a commitment to wanting to grow that level of connection with fan base. You spittle to this. But it will stand up delekta akin arizona but luckily latina. It asked us. He has a really interesting. I don't wanna say rags-to-riches tail but someone that really supposedly scrapped. His way to where he is now. His parents fled cuba in the sixties. They came to miami in college. He opened a location for a pizzeria that grew to become a chain. I had this knack for picking up. Visit our broken losing money and turning him around and make them successful. I'm very proud to be a part of the fifty five year. Old morello owns a chain of pizza restaurants in l. a. casino on the las vegas strip a construction company as well as tv and radio stations. No doubt his will in history of success. Some major win for the coyotes.
Selling Action in Poker Tournaments
"Well the first question is quite easy in just goes back to what you were saying. You start it's taking probably between twenty two thousand seventeen. But i wonder if you can each remember. The first time are sold at auction at your feelings were about doing so is there any doubt was something he just flew into confidence. The first time i ever sold action. I do remember it was for my i d. I wasn't really ruled. Free petits at the time but one of the top poker players in our run me up and said he was interested in buying a big piece indie potato so i ended up setting fifty percent of myself and turning it into rosary modest by international. It was more common the time but it was fairly new back then. Seemed to be most What that was a poker player looking to have a sweat. Apart from the fact that he was playing the event himself it was very ad hoc like that people have already any idea of what the correct markups should be. So yeah. I think that was two thousand nine. Roughly yeah when i look back i would say that it was definitely an online event and it was probably relatively small cleaning things where you know you might satellite into. Ns tops or w coup or something like that online. And then it's sorta seemed prudent to maybe twelve and then maybe salad trumka's well. I remember the first proper Was twelve and a half percent to a couple of friends. When i qualified for the full series in two thousand and nine i had my way from the twenty five dollars. Satellite to a to k package and in my mind that was trying to cover the cost to go to the live events. I thought it'd be smart. 'cause i wasn't old at the time i was right in growing your mode when it used to play forty five months and this was for chefs and yeah went very well and i ended up having to my friends. grams for those small pieces was a fifteen hundred events. I think i only settled about two hundred bucks worth but the pin a good purchase by them. I didn't begrudge it to them. Because they were kind of people who i used to do. A lot of swapping with back when i lived in the states and played
Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding
"So sarah harding. I saw this on twitter. Actually no i saw this on e. news online. And i wanted to talk about who. Sarah harding is as a person i because people probably won't know about her since she's over from the uk. So sarah harding was born sarah. Nicole harding on november seventeenth nineteen eighty-one. She has an english singer model and actress. Who rose to fame in late. Two thousand two when she successfully auditioned for the it reality series popstars the rivals and this is kind of relevant with some topics that i've talked about in the past as far as love island because love ireland. Uk like the original. Love island is based in the k. And there's people from all over the uk on that show and it also is on tv. So i have a feeling. That's kind of like the mtv of the us em tv of the uk but mtv loss in the us if that makes sense The program announced that harding had won a place as a member of the girl group girls aloud which girls aloud is a british irish pop. Girl group that was created through the icy be talent. Show in two thousand two and it comprised seniors cheryl cole nadine coyle sarah harding nicola roberts in kimberley walsh. They achieved a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles in the united kingdom including four number. Ones they also achieve seven certified albums of two. I'm sorry of which to reach number one. They've been nominated for five awards winning the two thousand nine best single for the
"Leave No Trace" Author: Pete Rock
"Pete. Rock is an immensely talented writer. His two thousand nine novel. My abandonment was made into the leave. No trace starring ben foster and thomason mackenzie pete. We finally get a chance to speak. Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you so born in salt lake city. Talked me about what you were like as a kid growing up right because many of your books in your kind enough to send me. I think it was two years ago. Night swimmers which i absolutely loved many of your characters in your books are people that aren't infringer. Society wanders. I wonder is that part of your childhood. Will kid where you what. What kind of talking about your life growing up in in utah. F- well there's the self mythology and then there's the truth Tell i have kids now. So i'm always explaining to them how i was a kid. I was an amazing soccer player. I was so good Which is what. I tell them. You know i was kid really like to read I was living in an environment that i think shaped me. a lot. Which is to say. I was surrounded by mormons. And i wasn't mormon and so every kind of typical child activity. You might have whether it was cub scouts or basketball. They all took place at the white house in my neighborhood. So there's a lot of praying before uniform inspection. We prayed and i would be paging through my cub scout. Handbook thinking where the prayers like. What is this about and so You know kind of a know super privileged white guy so it's sort of hard to talk about it as sort of being an outsider in any way because they've had a lot of privileges and at the same time. I grew up in an environment where i didn't belong in where everyone else seemed to be. Part of the conversation. Or part of a series of of gatherings that i was not
Trends for Voice Assistants Use in the Car
"All right. So the first thing i want to talk about is how big is this space. So data shows in the us. There are one hundred twenty seven million consumer so that's one hundred twenty seven out of about two hundred sixty million. Us adults who are using a voice assistant at some point while they're driving. Now what does this mean. Let's talk about the definition there. This is the broadest definition of water. Voice assistant use is in the car and that means they could be using bluetooth connected to the sound system it could mean they're using their apple carl carplay or android auto which are projection technologies which basically are just the smartphone but it takes over the screen the payment center screen as well. So it's really that smartphone experience again but it's a little richer than just using bluetooth connect to the phone and then we have the embedded or in car voice assistance provided by the auto manufacturers embedded in the infotainment systems sometimes their custom. Sometimes they're provided by one of the general purpose players like amazon or google so this is the broad definition so about one hundred twenty seven million in the us now. We have three years of data on this from the us around the car. We've been doing this report since two thousand nine hundred. This was the first year we actually added and the uk and germany and the future years. We hope to add a few more as well. So in germany we have twenty seven hundred million. But also you know it's twenty seven million out of an adult population of sixty nine million and then in uk it's just under nineteen million out of fifteen million total population. She's starting to get a sense of how large these these are now the us adoption rates more in terms of people who've tried it. However if you go to the uk in germany what you're gonna find there's a higher proportion of users who are actual regular user so we break this down into people who have occasionally use it. People were monthly active users and people who are daily users so those daily users being the power users using it just about every time they get in the car. So what we see. Is we see a lot more. The casual users in the us a much bigger proportion of the users use it very carefully not in a monthly or daily basis when you move into the uk. Germany they tend to be more monthly active users at least and a lot more daily active user so in terms of the percentage of people were using voice in the car. They tend to be more more to be power users.
Purely Elizabeth's Elizabeth Stein on the Beginnings of Her Entrepreneurial Journey
"Love to hear maybe just start out telling a little bit about your story and how why you decided to take the leap. Yes so i started officially in two thousand nine but before that really. I was living in new york city i was. You know it might twenty trying to figure out life. And at the time i was working for a handbag company doing doing sales and marketing and i met my boyfriend at the time who was a triathlete and he really got me into this kind of whole new sense of health and wellness. I would say. I was always a healthy person but starting to do marathons biathlons certainly a two point. Oh version of that. And i think you started competing with them i did. I got up to doing a half. Ironman was along. Just were the person who would hide in the woods during the cross practice in high school. Because i hated to run them. I know really what he taught me. Was that an so much more mental than physical. And i think that art became super intriguing. Jimmy a really holistic health and that is so much more than just what you put into your body and so i started searching for another career option and ended up finding institute for integrative nutrition on i did bear program in two thousand seven and really what that taught me was food medicine. You know kind of everything that's coming to the forefront of health and wellness today in that program really learned that there is not many options for healthy gluten free products and i had started to eat. That way really was working with a lot of clients sewer eating that way suggesting and then they end up feeling better. Products on the shelf were few and barbara. I really saw an opportunity for healthier better tasting and initially started as something in the background of my mind. I ended up going to a local. Triathlon exploded participate in the race but really to promote my nutrition practice. I had a booth at the expo and figuring any thing to entice people to come in shop with me. So i've made this batch of blueberry muffins to get people to talk to me at of course not one person sign up for my nutrition practice. Everyone just wanted to know where they could buy these not fence and that became the moment and took off from
"two thousand nine" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"And he picked the best. Teddy sheringham was the best prior to play alongside picked in A pick the best midfield player. Who was guy going. Closest thing jackie's to ages. Pick the best players and that is that is a of being managed eleven players not you five routes yet your best yet and. That's that's as the gym we spoke about when think you put me on same and the dietetic sunday teddy grab a few months ago. So it's so history repeating itself because we keep making the same stupid mistake of not playing our best players an era as you pull me up every time. Paul almost paul you walk. We haven't got to a thawing on sixty six and the way we go in our concert getting to know the following through another. Here's how you are thinking. You know the the strange thing about poll causey comeback in shoot. You're in the foot because as as sei as i. The and this this tournament is not gonna take a winning now. Judging by what we seen south thaw we saying the talian side hasn't scored two goals In two thousand nine matches they're beaten the skull freak out and could've schooled second. We say russian same dot. I wonder that could concentrate more back gant. Dining spice i roll for we siegfried teams. That we know the guy immediately yup. And it's not going to this. This tournament is not going to take a winning. I think he's going to that. That's the kind of thing that will give. That will be the same token scots we. We we ain't we're lots of theory absolutely. That doesn't happen too often. This is paul. Paul european trophy championship. Not many not many teams in it. And when england confi cates. Continue to take prizes like pick and come. Come away with a win. You know. I it tell you everything. In our. we're very.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Identifying remove them and then and he's just getting rid of biofilms then repair the gut lining. And then you've got to replace that microbiome which means products and for ministries but his image of not. Not all from if it's good for you so if you wanna re if you must repair the gut lining in this wonderful product south there some well known. Practitioners is selling them on their website. The looking for those and in the process of grading one myself But they will have things in them like glued. Inane are vitality super. Green is really good at It's great perfect. You want to have no more than two thousand nine of blue to me because you don't want that learning to convert into a major member. We talked about earlier about the clinic. Acid it creates a lot of glued innate. Which is a cytotoxic brain causing information and so glued mean we have bite on super green and our has it in there and Either really good windsor healing. The god our large oregano election marshmallow. Rich powder aloe vera extract slippery elm liquorice. You'll find these commonly use these gut repairing products Immune lynn is another one that we will soon be bringing up our own. Take on that and then you have the healthy vegetables. They're very very important for healing. Got and healthy fats. That the right faster important for a healthy money too. So i also because i mentioned i'm really engineering nutrition genomics. I love it when i can look at. Somebody's jeans because i think the supplements that are really supporting those variance. Variance or snips are in the union a risk for something risk for diabetes for irritable bowel disease There's a whole category of genes. That tell you if you're going to be at risk for for gut problems for example when my favorites to check as comfort to and so that's the gene related to our blood sugar so come in a so. I secrete a type a blood sugar as you need to as you are david you know..
"two thousand nine" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Says four hundred and forty three people have been charged in dc federal court related crimes committed at the us capitol the court filings are providing a clearer picture of the type of people who tried to overthrow the government. That day like ryan samsul of pennsylvania's wrestling on january thirtieth charged with among other things forcibly assaulting federal agent. Prosecutors say samsung in the light. Blue jacket was one of the very first trump supporters to approach police barricade surrounding the capital while trump was still speaking. They say in the process of pushing the barricades the ground samsung and others knocked over. Us capitol police officer causing the officers head to hit the stairs behind her resulting in a loss of consciousness. That is her there on the ground. Sh- leader blacked out and collapsed and had to be transported emergency room. Samsung has been in jail since his arrest and today prosecutors filed the motion to keep them there until his trial part of that is based on an extensive history of violence in two thousand nine. Cents was convicted of assaulting a woman and choking her consciousness in two thousand eleven a conviction for choking and beating his pregnant girlfriend in twenty nine thousand nine yet. Another victim recounted several incidents where he broke into her house and assaulted her. She also alleged samsa raped her multiple times. So that's just one example of some of the people that republicans in congress do not want to investigate because even though that day is over that person is now in jail. Slow motion insurrections ongoing this. We can assume preceding indictment against a far right militia. Group called the oath keepers was on sealed that revealed communications where one of the groups said. We want trump's declared insurrection and to call us up as the militia this weekend. Trump's former national security adviser. Michael flynn suggested. A military coup should happen. The united states now political reporter hunter walker reports that just over a month ago. Donald trump met with a tech ceo. Who helped organize patriot caravans around the country the protests at the us capitol on january sixth. It's not really over to those over. In the capital or their supporters their regathering underwater bat story about donald trump. The patriot caravans organizer. He writes the morning politics newsletter. The uprising which i'm a subscriber to and it's very good and he joins me now. One hundred tells about this guy so this guy is his name is jeff brain. That is his real name. He's no stranger to political activism in the nineties and early two thousands. The la times has reported. He was part of this effort to have the san fernando valley secede from the city of los angeles More recently in two thousand eighteen. He launched this website. Clout hub in. He's explicitly framed it as a social media network for people who are concerned about quote censorship. And what that means in practice Some of the most popular forums on the site are all about qa. Not and in the lead up to january six. He was there. Were these patriot. Caravans group where people were planning traveling. Renting chartered buses to go to the capital protests and most importantly brain was personally participating.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on The Journal.
"It's january twenty twenty davos switzerland. The eve of the pandemic wuhan was going into lockdown. But the corona virus hadn't yet taken hold across the rest of the world. Meanwhile in davos the alpine ski resort the rich and powerful had gathered for the world economic forum and in the crowd were three scientists including the vaccine. Expert seth berkley. They're in a hotel lobby. They're having not chosen some drinks. That's our colleague gabrielle. Steinhaeuser and they're thinking back at previous pandemics. They're thinking back at two thousand nine swine flu pandemic where rich countries bought all the vaccines novak vaccines for poor countries. And in their mind. They're saying this time will be different. These experts knew that if developing countries couldn't get covid vaccines it would prolong the health crisis and raised the death toll so sitting there eating their nachos. They came up with a plan. A plan to distribute vaccines fairly to people all over the world. They think of a model where as many countries as possible in the world and not just the poor countries but also the rich countries would come together and they're going to buy their vaccines together after davos. These scientists got to work.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets
"Dominated the markets you can learn from the best and w revenue w impact and w time off in. This episode was speaking with clinton clinton graduate of the wharton school of business producer. The world's greatest media training program celebrity launch pad and successful entrepreneur and bestselling author in two thousand nine. Clint decided to make a change in his life. If he was going to be his very last year he lost forty pounds a factory that allowed us business. To thrive during the two thousand seven two thousand nine recession and beyond wrote his book about timeless listen zealand warren and revived as crumbling marriage. He sits appeared on sixty five plus local and national. Tv news and talk shows across america including the today show and it's appliance book themselves on over. Eighteen hundred eighty four plus appearances since two thousand and twelve. Welcome to show clint a. That was all very accurate. Except for last part. I've been on one hundred. Ten television appears is an my clients have booked themselves more than five thousand five hundred and eight television appearances that i'm aware of so far including every show in america and i even have one client who is now a paid recurring weekly guest on dr oz. So elena figure out what my same got that from. Its its updated. A fair bet. That's good look. There's a lot of stuff about me on the internet by design and not all videos accurate. Well i do the best. i can't. that's one a new book. I'm working on of twenty seven success. Secrets of clinton arthur and one of them is do the best you can do the best i can and i'm really not that concerned about being inaccurate. I usually don't even correct mistakes of hosts one of the things i teach. Don't correct the mistakes of the host but when the mistake is you know wasn't a mistake just wasn't accurate to the latest and it's my because i got so much material on the internet that not all of it is the latest most up to date stuff. But thank you for having great to be with you. And i'm excited to share. How your audience can have more impacted fluence in income and time off.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on TIFFANY
"Compassion and change. Today i have with me a longtime friend. We've known each other for more than ten years at least done. She is a graduate of harvard law. School and a diversity equity inclusion professional highly lisa. I everyone so nice to be here. Thank you so much for having me on by think. We met in two thousand nine when we were still students at georgetown. And you were one of my residents. Because i was a resident assistant. Yeah that's right. That's right and i think you had the great idea of diverse ability even back then. Elissa was one of our founding members. I'd love to hear more about if you can remember back to seeing those flyers around campus with a random logo and a random email address in that decision to reach out so this touches a little bit into my personal experience at georgetown. I was going through a really tough time dealing with the onset of fiscal disorder. And i felt that there was kind of a gap in civilian belonging but also and this is what i learned from you. Tiffany is the diversity also includes disability..
"two thousand nine" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"I have a really good idea to cover whatever it was. I think somebody whenever like someone gay was on the howard. Stern show i would recap the the appearance and i would record the audio and upload the audio i did it for all of rose's appearances all like at that time. Sandra bernhard was guesting a ton. Yeah i love it too. Because like howard. Stern is thought about as being just like this. Very hetero normative thing for dudes. But i got really into howard stern in my late teens and early twenties because it was like one of few places at the time where you could hear people talking about gay stuff weirdly enough and he would just ask the question he would. Yeah questions yeah. It wasn't taboo there. And you had robin also and i'll tell you through my little niche of friends particularly that i had during that era so many people listen to my good friends. Like i'd be like do you listen to howard. And they're like oh. I'm obsessed like wendy. Williams was a regular guest and like that was very compelled also sort of influenced by her. Just the sort of we'll say anything. Yeah i will really ask anything if i want the answer. If i'm curious. I will find a way to go there in a way that is satisfying for me and therefore the audience but also makes the guest feel safe and comfortable and i never take things out of context it. You're listening to the full. The transitions within the interview road. Anyway that was how. I became a writer was i kept having these ideas and then eventually. Oh my god okay. You'll appreciate this because you used to re after ellen you remember when they do l. word video blogs like video reenactments of the episodes. I vaguely remember it. Who was doing that. Remind me you'll bennett. Okay and then. Two of her friends were doing it and then she started. They had they started like these little web series within after all again. This is all the year like two thousand nine..
"two thousand nine" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"You can get a couldn't do anything with my arm and nam. I was just filming of new video. Part and i surprisingly enough. This is just gonna kinda talk about. Sometimes you just have to overcome things. And i did film that video part injured all season. I tape everything up. And i found a crappy video part. That was it that was that was the one that broke the camel's back. There had been riddled with injuries. My whole career because it was a long career but that one i think he did it because after i crashed now rim rows getting a little older of two thousand nine competing against nineteen twenty year olds. And i'm in my thirties. Is yeah so i was still already struggling but i was very positive snowboarder so i had my tricks and i remember after that point. I could never win a contest. I would try so hard. I was in big contest. That couldn't win them. Never podium at the beginning i started. Thinking of the judges are fixed against me. I i blame everything else and really was just pass my time. And what impact did that have. I still the an adviser is still doing a lot of things but snowboarding was my background. My thing and when i couldn't win when edged depression. I didn't want to ride anymore. It took everything in me just to get me on the hill. And when i was on the hill i just. I couldn't find a reason to want to be there like i used to..
"two thousand nine" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast
"What i can find named They just aren't they. Just take it off. They didn't they. Don't tell you like if you have something up there. They didn't tell they don't tell you that they took it off you just log in one day and find that it's just gone and who knows how long it was gone for And i'm not entirely sure as to why they're doing this I keep seeing conflicting reports talking about They don't they can't afford any the server space required because The the weren't set up like like. How youtube is set up. Set supports the sheer volume of content. You know. I think the last report that i heard was something like one hundred hours for every minute. I'm sorry one. Hundred hours of video uploaded to youtube every minute something like that these much at so much but in that requires dedicated servers to support all of that. And then you know i have. I have videos on my youtube channel uploaded in two thousand nine. That are still there so when you think about not only. Is it a hundred hours of video every minute but then the next to me and it now there's two hundred it builds you know it. All stays in accumulates so beat the sheer volume of video That is being uploaded on youtube. Alone is is just insane and the reports. That i'm that i have found said that amazon can't compete with that. Their servers just aren't able to handle that load That it was because to get your independently produced film on amazon They they had you know quality assurance process and there was a submission process and and whatnot but for the most part pretty much It was easy to get on there. Like anybody could get on you to submit and then you be you submit your projects. And then they have like this'll quality assurance thing where they watched and reviewed and then If there was a problem or if he didn't meet the standards or whatever they get back to you and they say well this This is a problem..
"two thousand nine" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Two so there's d two and d three degrees but there it's made from a light cam like him. I like it like like in his those those mossy things on the rocks. Rock eater a rock plant casal like in ireland and it's like those those old granite rocks. Well they're living on their and they're eating it and that's what the reindeer's eat reindeer means very very high and and other deers type of stuff that we live on the tundra out. They have lots of vitamin d in their body. Other meat is great Because the needle on lichen in the like are these plants that are. They're not really a plant there that they are and they don't folder synthesize but they kind of do but they don't need soil. They eat the rocks. They eat the mineral. So there are mineral peter will. These are the highest forms of transmitting. This energy of the some light into his vitamin d oil k. And we're able to eat on k. And they also have a liquid and so what is the megadose five thousand these two thousand. Your levels are perfect. If you're close to let's say You know there's different ways of measuring it. But i'm going to go like the hundred scale. Hundred is too much ninety. Three ninety four ninety six. The lowest like eighty eight is like that's good k. But you find people that they get in the thirties and stuff like that. That's really low. either. I've known people have been like fifteen batch really really low in those are the people that are going to be very very sick and they need vitamin d but so if you're really really efficient feel it saying your thirties you should be taking between ten thousand to twenty thousand of us and if you get also some natural sun a little bit then that's good too can't but then once you get up to let's say in the eighties early nineties then you can back off and then you can go back down to like the two thousand nine but vitamin d means to.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast
"Just is the first time you guys here We're actually going to be done in. Mango kiss tour We're going to be just absolutely bucket. List them places in our backyard places that we have to fly to international over and absolutely or yeah absolutely absolutely like i said we definitely we are like i said listen. We have some sneak peek. Now we already did denver. We're going to talk about that tonight but You know. I knock. When i stops gives me i stop on the list Metro reminds been there but You know and say you know conned by one the favorite places we ever been like i said. If anybody gives the clamp on now eight nola like new orleans has be one of my favorite places microseconds home. I didn't even count anymore. I don't listen. I still count it because the simple fact that this thing that realistically i have we haven't been down there since late. Two thousand nine hundred is actually but about how we used to go all the time. Think we went down there in First time you took us down there. In the i went back we went back that one more day and we went back again. Following that I went back for my conclave. Then turn back around. We went down for labor day. So it i live at like you live there. Live there but yeah for anybody. Like i say that's one thing it'd be haven't gone a new orleans definitely check it out because nice place to go if you happen to visit there and like i said we're actually going to.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Plus two day entertainment weekly also reunited brandy and the cast to talk about the groundbreaking musical. This project changed my life. And i know a change so many any lives and i'm just so happy to join you guys today and to just talk about. All of the time that we had randy does not age. And that's our hollywood minute upright something else. You have to watch this weekend. The star set a grand ole opry ninety five years of country music special. And if you need more convincing here's dolly parton. A law frey is like traveling the world everybody knows the grand ole opry when they wanted to become a member in nineteen sixty nine when working with the puerta wagner show that was one of the biggest nights in my life was sacred to me truly ones not the only band stars like kelsey salary and carrie underwood lady. Am more or going to joining dolly for this special. It's sunday on nbc. It's hosted by blake. Shelton and brad paisley. Oh my gosh you know it's going to be a good time with those two. The jokes will not stop dali. Yeah i love it. All right taylor swift just dropped the new re recorded version of our two thousand nine. Hit love story now just and we made you promise not to listen to it. I want you to live action. let's go it. Sounds.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on The Stories Behind Wine
"Didn't have any but it did. Put the idea in my mind. In under taking the first to plant a vineyard in southern england with the idea to make sparkling one. I didn't blonde. I didn't plans until two thousand nine because basically english sparkling wine which is what we're talking about. The video is now a being very successful. Baking still why english sparking the wine was unheard of. It ain't no we had hybrids like my own basically joanna grape prodded and no one was making sparkling why until nineteen became along sounded loss from chicago..
"two thousand nine" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Had that week thoughts. And just like i just surrendered bells. And i'm not gonna be able to make it in this. So i started doing random jobs. Anything that i can find employment. I was paying credit card bills with credit card bills. And i was like i could go back to school as roughly twenty three years old so i went to the air force. Try to get in their force and they were willing to take me so luckily the where the air force recruiter was so kind to say. Hey go next door to the army. They'll take anybody so guess what i did. I took action when next door to the to the army and here we are like i'm in basic training two thousand nine deployed by two thousand ten. That's really cool story. And i can't help but a question that i've been really finding a lot of good results from asking. What do you think that that call a failure. But what do you think that experience of trying and failing or not succeeding in doing this way. What lesson did you learn from that. That allowed you to do it better the next time. Yeah one is. Because i felt like house clear. You know my friends. That's well my friends now..
"two thousand nine" Discussed on DeaconLive
"L. No real last name l. cookies on the phones at the people who brought it to me the first guy just ignored it and he's like oh this phone number on walk you know he. He took off. He was a little different than the other guys. Not cause skin color. He was definitely black. He's like yeah. There's some bull crap going on probably a scam. And i'm like yeah. Well he's he's on top of it. That's the thing that's different than the other. The other guy is looking for a paycheck. The first guy was like going. Hey man john never seen this before. Be careful you know the other guys. I ain't home eastern right right right. He's like look at the phone them to look at the phone number like and so i'm sitting. Obviously i'm going to go into my mind. And i'm like what the fuck. Oh so show me the phone. I'm like well why why didn't show me the phone. Why didn't you show me that. There's cameras on the phone blah blah blah. I'm like i could easily go into this rabbit hole of what's really going on that I'm not even. I'm afraid to call the number because they told me not to call enough so i don't even know if you wanna call the number but i'm i'm curious to if there's a scam going on with sending people cookies also what made it extremely shocking. Which got my radar go was i was listening to the radio on the way home and Nancy pelosi gave the national guard. People cook so i'm like i'm like god. Everything started by ruling in. You know what i mean like like. Okay no no now. You're starting to read much stupid shit into this. Is this like pizza cookie gate. I know in my mind is gonna go where it's gonna go regardless whether i can. I can't not make my mind. Go to a certain area. But i make these connections boom boom boom boom an excellent cookie cookie. What's what what a does it was weird. I don't think nancy pelosi senate me cookies but it was extremely weird type of scam to get you to call a phone them right. That seems like for. Its people are putting some money in that. They're going to order a dollar twenty nine cookie from mcdonald's and send a driver out like from an uber eats or something you know these people are employed and bring me one and then ten minutes later. Another cookie comes. So i'm waiting to see if another cookie honestly i think someone's fucking with me. I don't under- i don. I put anything past. Did you look up the phone number itself to see who attached to get the area code. I know i've never. I've never looked up an actual phone number. I find information on this phone hanging out here. Unique cookie clear eaten. I'm not eating shit. Oh i'm here gonna top of chico all right so there you go. I mean that was his story. I you know he's dealing with The the government and conspiracy and all the stuff that goes in and it was just. I say it's funny. I've known the guy since i was like eighteen. And this is the what the social media and the social news and social outlet has created and done and he's a smart guy. He's a very smart guy very talented guy. This is what he's getting into what we're reading what we're reading in our and that's why we kind of create the the slider conversation. So you guys don't have to think about shit like you just want to know what's going on ought to know about this is like was it bring bring conversations to dinner table that way. No one throws her forks and stuff are when we come back. We'll call that phone number and we'll actually get into a new someone that we haven't met over two centuries was discovered in two thousand nine and we'll talk to them or let you know what's going on with that sit around you listen live very on proper radio back.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Just a few hours. Until joe biden takes the oath of office and becomes the forty six president of the united states. five of his most high profile cabinet nominees five of them got their senate confirmation hearings today. Secretary of state nominee antony blinken appeared before the foreign relations committee armed services committee question. Defense secretary nominee. Lloyd austin janet yellen who's biden's nominee for treasury secretary. She had her hearing before the finance committee. Also hearing for biden's pick to head homeland security alejandro may orcas and the director of national intelligence nominee of real hanes. Got her hearing as well five. Really big ones right. I mean state defense treasury homeland security intelligence five of them all at once today. We never have this many nominees for huge cabinet positions all having their confirmation hearings all on the same day. That's because in years past when a new administration was on its way in the senate would hold hearings for new cabinet secretaries over a period of days many days in advance of the inauguration so the new president could have at least some of his cabinet in place when he actually took office. Not this time. Though this time we got all these hearings all at once. Literally the day before the inauguration because the republican controlled senate just chose not to get their act together to move on. Move on biden's nominations before now they had some very important recesses. Take among other things i swear. The senate didn't even come back from their latest vacation until today. Yeah no rush when you haven't held confirmation hearings for anyone before today feel free to take a few more days off so biden is having to take off with an empty cabinet with literally. No cabinet secretaries confirmed including in critical national security positions which is totally unprecedented. on president. obama took office in two thousand nine seven of his cabinet. Secretaries were confirmed. By the end of inauguration day. many of president trump's cabinet picks face more opposition in the senate but even he took office with his defense secretary in his homeland security secretary in place. This time though. Barring some kind of senate miracle joe biden will have no one in. His entire cabinet confirmed on his first day including in the major national security positions and bad news. Good news on that front. The bad news is the obvious. The bad news is that that means president biden is going to start with a whole bunch of acting temporary. Fill in cabinet secretaries instead of full blown senate confirmed cabinet secretaries of his choosing which will just make it that much harder for the new president to hit the ground running and that's true in terms of policy matters that's also true in terms of national security. It's worrying for all the obvious reasons. That's the bad news but the good news is that the trump administration has been so profoundly dysfunctional for four whole years that we're actually starting used to that now. We're actually sort of used to having only acting stand in non-confirmed secretaries at all the most important jobs in the cabin and that's not something that the republican controlled senate screwed up for trump despite him doing it the right way. That's just the way he ran the government. I mean thanks to republican senator josh hawley slowing down the process and the homeland security committee. Joe biden is going to have to settle for an acting homeland security secretary for at least a few days but the united states has already had nothing but the homeland security secretaries for like two years under donald trump the longest they can see in the presidential cabinet ever because donald trump could just never get it together to have real nominees who got really confirmed by the senate and who held their job with all the attendant powers so maybe four years and terrible governance. Maybe we are better at running government poorly in that way there was would have been before this four year experiment and terrible governance. That is now coming to a clicks.
"two thousand nine" Discussed on What'sHerName
"So when that house where florence price lived and where she never returned after her sudden death was finally sold in two thousand nine and the discovery of her music was made. Huge amounts of her music are suddenly available. Some of these were known and feared lost. Most of this music was never published. There are art songs that no one knew she wrote concertos. Wow huge amounts of solo vocal pieces of symphonies. That have never seen the light of day and here they all are and now. Her music is everywhere. It is gaining so much popularity. There are so many people studying and publishing and working on her music and we're really seeing what an astounding talent lawrence price truly is. I only can hope that her story will help. Encourage other women of african american composers to write one day their music too. I believe we'll be championed..