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"uc day" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"uc day" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Like going with that shoot Oh community right the idea that There's something And we know about this from our work with doing groups and group therapy, but that be healing and transformative when we come together with your, either like minded people or people that have the same kind of the energy, an interest in moving things forward in a certain direction, and so I encourage people to find that community for themselves, so they can begins to take that on and do it in a way that. May feel scary and uncomfortable at time, but where you know where you're getting held. Getting pushed and challenged in ways that will only make you grow and help those that you're working with. And what you're also I think alluding to is who is at the table. Of. These training programs because. When I came to UC day this. There were people with disabilities at the table that we're my leaders and trainers. There were people color. There were women there were. A whole, you know lgbtq people. It was a whole rainbow right of of people with with perspectives in strength that they brought and. Most psychology programs at this point are white males w talks about she meant. She got her PhD at Harvard and she talks about all the pictures on the wall of her meeting. Run all these white male right and they're being make maybe march two in the history there a win it. Wow, probably white women, and that you know when you look up in. That's what you see in the next with the offerings are the perspective. I'm also interested in. And I think this is a bigger picture of also making systemic change of of that. We need to change. WHO's at the table doing the training of an WHO's at the table of our in our leadership as well. Stomach. Policy and one one of the questions you that you right in that slamming pause, and I really found it power that you wrote in the toolkit. Is that when you invited people when they're when they're working on the tool kit and black people are making decisions in their lives to ask themselves. Is this good for me? And is this good for black people. And, then I also. It also made me think okay. How could we extend that? As a larger community to at the system level when we're making decisions whether it's who are we hiring for our psychology next clinical psychologist trainer, or who are we taking on our insurance ship? You know looking at what is the impact of making the decision right on African Americans. And how can we make? How can we make a better because the disparity is there right and we have you know we have to work on? shifting. I mean I. Think one of the reasons that we love to talk about it. Within the healing circles themselves again just to get black people thinking about what can we do internally for community? How can we make sure that we're taking care of our own? Because there is no guarantee on its history has shown Ah. That there is no guarantee there's no one coming to rescue us as a people and so That is part of this intention is just panting. These leads within people of African ancestry to kind of re engage with their their power and their ability to create change wherever they may live and work and be and and have influence. And so the idea of yes, creating the same Naronha the same idea that same messaging that could be integrated from others. On a larger perspective I think could only again create transformation change in ways that are needed You know and I mean he's a phrase that the the young people use called woke. We need more woke People who are awake and conscious and aware who are in positions of power and leadership and policy and policing an enough soap work to be able to say hey, you know. Let's take a look at you. Know kind of what this particular law or the policy means for in particular black people as we know when we look at again, all of these factors they are unfortunately, we are often at the bottom of the Totem Pole, and so rather than discount dismiss not consider what if People began to. More! Conscious now I agree. What are you seeing as the outcome of people that participate in your groups within what happens? Wow I Thank you for asking that I was just going well, because we have in others, safe base just scheduled for Saturday and so we just spent out another kind of email blast, and then I'll get a few emails of folks are like count me in an average person to an email. And so I say that just share that it's a.

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"uc day" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

09:46 min | 10 months ago

"uc day" Discussed on DocsAndMore

"But somebody information is beyond dispute. Come from the police. Not because we sound but because the Metropolitan Police have now admitted they've had held an internal investigation is called operation. Bruins and the opening loin is that meet the Somebody information on the blacklist follows with Supply Special Branch and Salvi. Festively you go Paul. Solve the British tights You know the dependent equal policing needs of British type. A Spine on union activists some providing information to to big business and and if that was happening anywhere else in the world the mainstream media and the BBC becoming mad about ants open about deceit in spin spotlight on boy by the state and all the rest of it and one of the reasons that we carry on doing these kind of pie in one of the reasons. Why I think Lucy's film selling porn is when you first so people this story. It's almost as if things that happen in this country and it's just quite often British. British colonialism almost invented this kind of stuff and the whirlwind talk to trade unionists in other parts of the world. They completely surprised about it. Whereas in this country people are. That's that's that's I think one of the questions. If that is state at the beginning of the film is what's relationship between the states and capitalism is something that I think I suppose hopefully a public inquiry there is a is one with reveal exactly what those linked swear more. These conversations were between the state and big business and I think in the film as well where we see. Dave being arrested for public odor offensive blocking roads. And I think that's an foundry fascinating of where how does the Lou define public order like Define Odor and when we see a guest particularly now around the environment where we see a big business so resistant to making changes that are going to support order through and we'll have the environment. Bigger questions are being asked around. What's what's more what's more important temporary fixes or the bigger the bigger fixes his first documentary film. Was He easy for you to get funding? Was it quite tricky as a filmmaker? How did you find it yet? I'm so I went with them. City projects in Cape Pirka who produced the film and she was really fantastic working to fundraise. We got funding from the arts maliciously but then from that we got funding from a number smooth trusts and donations from trade unions and individuals wasn't easy to get the funding and move was a learning process as well as the first feature film. It made and when you don't have the film's behind you people and is willing to support always but I think part of the pricing funding fundraising was also so community building and building audiences so one of the things we promised with when people funded Gibson nations that we would allow them to screen the film. So that's helped intensive arranging community screenings. Are you pleased with how the film's tone delve? Yeah I think I suppose I didn't set out as I introduced myself to David. Were my background's in short filmmaking and I wasn't sitting out to make his to conventional commit tree and I think one of the politics behind that is to have multiple voices and not have the traditional narrates. I think because love. It's quite complex. As water on the legal case to try and bring in multiple voices and to raise questions at different points in the film felt inputs in. I personally love the film What I love about is that some is precisely because Lucy is in our aced and not a documentary filmmaker. And I think he's a very obvious because documentary. Filmmaker wouldn't have my that film in anyway shape or form me my favorite scenes ear when George Fuller Person. Lucy's talk about beginning. He's doing the washing up his kitchen. Or there's a bit where paper I've been all Q. And an until combat stuff. It's just it's that stuff that makes his look human rather than just looking like coke in a big machinery. If the only thing we can ever talk about is Is Blacklisting because we're all human beings families and it's that bit though. I think it's got the emotional poll that brings us in and that's why I really think it works question Kobe. Did you see what's next? I'm starting to have conversations with people around unto come police inquiry which is starting to evidence this yea and we'll be hearing evidence next year as well so I met this early stages of working out if I will make about it but I feel committed to the course. This is undercover policing where they actually went undercover in various activists and actually had relationships. It's really wide reaching and the two women that speak in solidarity were two of the women in relationships with undercover police. A poet into police inquiry. And the Dave with the button support group and a family justice campaigns environmental campaigns trade union. So it's it's huge in its skirt which is quite problematic in lots of ways. It was really interesting in. Hurt brings together lots of different experiences. It starts to fifteen. That's right isn't it yet? Centuries a main sets it going in two thousand and fifteen so already it's been a really long process and the thing that I'm most interested in is what public inquiry ass and tries to represent and the problems of public inquiries as well. I'm typically as a state run activity and viewed Dave. What's next well? I'm actually a coal participant in this undercover police. Public Inquiry Lucy's are just been token about some of the undercover place offices was spying on trade unions One of them Is ni-nice went on new. Amy's nightmares mark custody. He was a call using the Siamese unionist. May I went to pick it? Lawrence William went to meetings with a May even rain one of the sites canopy in his In the building industry and years later we found it was actually an undercover police officer and his real name was Gena lived with a woman on new for all of us. What sign told me was already married? So yet that's Talked about is there anything shocking. GonNa Stuffy Sir. Very very shocking. And it's going on in our million because this is the police in the state during this is taxpayer money being spent on that Garner staff. And that's what I found outrageous and as Lucy said these public inquiry has been going on. It was south five years ago. Hasn't heard any evidence yet and fell of years. Baker universities across the country and I recently spoke in class. Go to a group of three hundred students and asked them if any of them had heard of this stuff about undercover police and three hundred two people the hand up with some people. Listen to your podcast of heard it. I don't think the vast majority of the British public I've heard about coal which is well. We can't portion because counts back to this thing before people still think the things are happening in this country and it clearly does. It's it's really important to understand the bigger picture of it and how it operated systemically completely end as someone who was followed on deliver loose and he's very very good friends with Zoey women to ride long-term relationship police officers everyone intermediaries When I talked us is always interested in APP. Tell us your cannot human interest story which is important. I mean it is shocking what happened. It's only about human interest. You miss the big political chat. Which is the facts? The style is systematically doing this not is not rung depot. Still doing it to this guy and they basically spa weigh in on any one. The Bay considered to be in inverted commas domestic extremist and a domestic extremist. You don't have to commit any chrome this. Is this literally folk police if your if your doing stuff which they that the senior however all the political police units finks French interests. Will you know? Intra sued Sir Robin McAlpine than it hits in bow. Fulbe is that is that. Is that the the the British trust on a French Porsche. Uc Day. Thank you very much from. You've been listening to the docks more podcast with lefty Talal if you enjoyed the show review and subscribed the series..

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"uc day" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

12:50 min | 11 months ago

"uc day" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Faking it. Making words and melodies essentially faking the get away with that. No-one said Shit they just got old guys that are old and they're sitting out of the thing where you conservative. Yeah I really do it already morning. Good Morning I'm just you just me. Doing it felt like I did not do a good job but I kind of enthusiastically sold it and everyone fucking was really happy about it and like I remember that feeling of being like I don't even know we think about you now going to a Bar Mitzvah. Are you really like following along know exactly? I knew that I had like a bird's eye view as like these people don't care they just want us to cable. Song voice has changed. I remember having such power in this thing like I now control the situation I now. They're letting wins food. We go after exact and I was giving it to them by cutting in and so I remember that feeling very intrinsically. I think is still quite sit today. Well I think that's why I connect with you on trying to figure out like my dad's a doctor too but that didn't hold once. He told me that he started in show business standard but my dad self involved mine is as well right you know whatever it is narcissism. I don't know if I think might be pathological but I don't know about yours but South San There. Yeah right but But no it's the thing about like you know you can. Do you can sort of focus enough to do something really well once. Yeah yes so. I started doing Improv. 'cause I was like I saw psychic. You might get through like you might do one amazing Game Pool. But if you've got to do to it's not gonNA help find out so you'd walk away so you've got to be like for one good game done. That's kind of my whole. Mo for friends. Do you got about one year with me. It'll be I will be the bathroom. Always say about Improv. Was I was very much like that. I remember seeing the UCB. Yeah I like nineteen. Yeah and being like roof. That looks fun doesn't agree and was working to art. I can do that. I could do that so when you did you. Finish College. Went to finish Tucson school. I dropped I dropped at. Uva dropped out of you know my brother went to you of a juicer. Is a lot of juice. Yeah a lot everything yeah. It was a big big parties. Tucson Tucson is fun I spent all my is really bond money on drugs and stuff like you really have that much when you really. Yeah remember to cash out with that much. We'll my parents made sure that I have any cash from ever miss put it in Israeli bonds and then I like waited till I was. I got some bonds I've met given me on my Bar Mitzvah and they they've long since matured but I don't think I think you can stop. I put everything out at two thousand dollars for one ninety nine years. That was just weird. I guess no I was like molly and and cocaine and stuff like that over the course of the. Yeah yeah spread it out. Spread it out and then I tried to sell weed one time and I bought a blow guy later in college. Burn through bread. No I didn't I didn't get into. I didn't like that really until I was older. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah when when you have to kind of act like he liked people. Yeah and then it's like the that's the easiest way to do it. It's going to happen if people could read behind my eyes. Look I want to be on your really? I want out of this. I do not want to be here. I actually genuinely got excited when I was a and then you realize like I like how does that look. I have the actual like opposite effect. Oddly because I to win a factor yeah I get really quiet. Shut down and like but calm just drinking. Yeah it's been twenty years for me. Yeah I mean but it's good. That's good that is good. So you spend all your Israel bonds and then I was just doing nothing. I just hated it two years two years. Some hot and dry hot have a stout lemon dude. I know there's no dude I I liked it but it was not for me and also I remember seeing that you have these moments in in your life where you see what what the salmon industry merging and I. I don't think I WANNA do that. Yeah I mean occasions the Green. What does that mean it's GonNa End? I'M GONNA end up at working like an equinox like I could see that equinox at equinox feels like it's a gym for horses was like why would it be. Equinox. We're not right all right. Y'All Jim Guy I'm not but I could see like my life like that would act or whatever like working in L. So you're gonNA work two jobs you can have now like we're GonNa Jimmy. Driving Uber Any eggen driving over. Yeah but that didn't exist. No so just equal. My only option and I made a tape an audition tape for the studio. Yeah and got in in New York Well that's good. Yeah so real acting real acting and what you what we audition pieces. Would you have to do a classical and in Vermont? I made a film. They were expanding their film forgotten through the back door again. They were expanding their film program. He worked at figuring out an angle. Pretty much they were. They were expanding their film program. And opening it up to filmmakers. Yeah so I made a short sketch And bowed some cash and I shouted on sixteen millimeter because I had a connection at the New York Film Academy would let me add it on the those old signed backs and I made this cool sketch about me. Racing like the stairs elevators psych. Very right fun thing but I acted in and I gave it to them and they were like yeah. You got in this. This is great said to your two year program A four year program. But I had to make it up over the summers the two years that I missed really. Yeah so it's a full year. Yeah I have a bachelors from the Actors Studio Wow Yeah now. That's that's a good history. It means nothing I know would have. I didn't even care about the UC day landed like back in New York and New York. And so what are you there? Why did you remember that? What led me to that was the show on T. V. Right as I was leaving Tucson and the show very clearly said like you know we've theater MIA city. They were starting a whole industry. Yeah and so. I was changed the entire industry of comedy for sure and I was lucky enough to be like considered an early wave and so I was. I got like hands on experience with so you get into actress studio and then you go over there. You see the Improv. Like you said I can do this and I like it better and I. It's more what I wanted. Yeah I lived there. I was an intern and I was a bartender and I was taught classes eventually and I did everything who were. Ut who you? Your teachers initially What Matt Walsh Manziel Zukas Owen Burke Earn M- Peter. Godwin taught me for a little bit. Yeah Really Funny Seth Morris was The my the guy who was the most the the guy who's the most like bring me in Libya Saami at nineteen. I was in his class and he was like no. You're actually funny was Paul Scheer and so I feel like you were funny quite yet. I knew I was. He didn't no no no. I knew but you know you're in those classes and those classes. You're trying so hard like I was sweating blood in those classes. Like just wanting to be good. You know what I mean. Yeah it was in the dingy spaces and like was sleeping in the back in the and like While she lived on top one dog with dog. And then I'm yeah and then just like it. It clicked a couple years. In so Seth Morris was important. He was important to me. Yeah I love him and I think he's one of the unsung heroes of of Improv game and just didn't think people in general I just think yeah he's a genius and and I love everything he does. I think the funniest character and I remember his like he did a one man show. I'm I'm so from northern California. I think it was called. It was like great like we used to use him on radio. Bits back when I was doing radio. I don't remember who turned US onto him. One of the guys who was He was running. Ecb out here and he introduced us and he did several characters phone her bits so funny like I was on my show us on Marigny instructor. He's right up his alley. Yeah I mean I did like really lived there for am I proud of that. I did I did the lights for the swarm which was like the big you know. That was Andy Daily. That was like you know I did the lights for them for two year. What is that? What's that that to show? That was his Improv structure. Why is it the swarm? I was just the name of the group M but it's all herald kind of Sun. No that was just like them. Improvising for like an hour and it was like watching Andy Daily. Every Friday night was like this changed my life. Yeah legit dorm at the comedy store. That's how you fucking dig in. Yeah you need that to me to learn. Yeah and then like I'd say like three three to five years in it like clicked and I was like. Oh I'm good. Oh I see so quick in that way that you've done your time kind of and I just it just I. I don't know if stand up is like this but you're just kind of like seeing the the thing a little where you're like okay. Right right there in that goes there and then grain. Yeah in you know in you have a you have those moments. You're like I know what's going to happen in one second. It's GonNa be amazing and it does and then you're like wow and then you have terrible ones show. Yeah Yeah but yeah. I remember that feeling so vividly of. Yeah yeah well. Now I have this power you know this. Yeah and then So but the actors studio. You're not doing anything. That didn't really do anything I mean I met. We stayed there for four years. I had to my parents. Were like the only way that they didn't have much money and because they're paying off all the student debt for my dad so we live very modest. Yeah so we look at the Doctor. An osteopathic internists so we lived very modestly. And they were like we. We understand that you're studying at from feeder underground but if you want to not get a a real day job fact until you're twenty one. Yeah and act like this is still university. And you're going to go and you're going to go over the summer and you're GonNa Finish and get you know whatever whatever it is and I did my got it and I walked and they were so proud enemies no but I mean really I mean what means nothing one thing but were you doing serious scene work. Yeah but not well not well and like that to me acting classes and have taken all of them are really a way to shake it. Like the whole goal of all of these things. Yeah is to get comfortable with being embarrassed. That's what that's my whole life. It's like what that's why I got into comedy. It's one hundred percent of what the acting when you when they put a mask on you and it's a lion and and there's yeah forty five students staring at you and you're in a onesie with a lion mascot. Yeah on Eighteenth Street on a Tuesday at eleven and it's freezing fucking cold and they're like go lion. There is no good or bad. You're not going to be good or bad your own. I mean like a baptism. Yes it's just to be embarrassed. It's just to like literally get comfortable with being embarrassed and I think the one thing I took from all those acting classes just like soon as.

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"uc day" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"uc day" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"A Hologram is something that you all probably familiar with from seeing them infrequent. UC's days like the security device ones are or used to be embedded into critic cads. They look three dimensional but affect Unimpeded and a very thin and stripper foam or like the ones used to project law indeed recording artists to perform with live musicians these days. The even bigger ones used it. Some theme parks in science museums will projected onto the sides of buildings some of which truly looked like the object. It is really the you can walk around and see all of the objects details but in reality is only a trick. AF- alight the Hologram. You See before your arises on an image. The object really isn't the but is inflammation is embedded in foam and the projected onto space in a way that makes it luke physically real one property of a Hologram is that when you sean. Delays asset the reflection of the laser. Beam move show a three dimensional image image of what if a pitcher is stored in the Hologram. If you break the photographic plate that holds a Hologram into many little pieces each individual individual pace stores the information of entire pitcher with it has lost in this case is part of the resolution says a smaller the pace of fussier the three dimensional Mitchell image kids but it always shows the entire image that the unbroken hologram showed in the beginning this defeat on the applause to holograms which require Kwa and laser. Beam pointed to produce the image not the printed variety. Another way to look at it. It's like MIRA. The MIRA holds the whole image for holographic projection. But if you show that merit each piece of the Procam pats will still hold the whole image. Hello A holograms milligrams produced. I'm not here to go into great detail and frankly I don't entirely understand it and it's way beyond the skype this podcast. But simply they are produced with laser into beings of light one beam which is reflected off the object onto foam. The pain simply accessory fronts win. A laser is projected through the foam. The Three D. image comes to life so in order to really understand glitches in the matrix and to assists Some sort of grinding site is we need to understand a little about the holographic universe theory and what it is now. I'm not a scientist contest. Neither am I. Physicist and this is not the platform to go onto these in any great detail I am however passionately really interested in this subject and indeed in the subject of quantum physics. I love it and I find it endlessly fascinating a few minutes past. I referenced the famous Matrix movie which was the first of three in the series which depicted a world in which out officially intelligent robots enslaved humanity within a holographic simulations within today's food and they use the energy from from the bodies that they had stored in a sort of stasis to pal themselves but this was by no means the fist movie that had been made with the same Was a simulated reality. Here's some others in nineteen sixty four. Similar CROHN's free by Daniel. If Kaluway it tells the story of a vigil city developed as a computer simulation for market research purposes in which simulated inhabitants possessed consciousness ooh but one of the inhabitants was unaware of the true nature of it. Would the book was made into a German made-for-tv foam could would on in nineteen seventy seventy three by Raina fist. Bonda nineteen eighty three television. Movie overdrawn at the Memory Bank in which the main character pace pays to have his mind connected to a simulation nineteen ninety nine. The movies asserting through was also loosely. Based on this book we can remember. Remember it for you wholesale. which is a short story by American writer? Philip K Dick First published in the magazine of fantasy and science fiction in April nineteen sixty six and it was also the basis for the total recall. Ninety nine hundred nine movie and the total recall two thousand twelve phone. I also see a few television shows that had episodes depicting holographic realities the twilight zone series and more recently the the star trek franchise or depicted simulated but indistinguishable from real life realities and one way or another mostly sleep on the holographic Of the enterprise we crew members could live out their fantasies in the downtime. But actually this idea of reality not being amid illusion is nothing new eastern mysticism his low on health the perspective that Al Physical Reality is really the mayor of illusion through century Buddhist philosopher poet as for Gaza put it that all phenomena in the boot on nothing but the illusory manifestations of the mind and have no reality of their own while suiting century Sufi mystic. Rumi suggested that this place is a dream. Honest sleeper considers it real you even in more modern times. The Great Albert Einstein seed reality is merely an illusion albeit a theory consistent assistant one hearing phone ringing through building from mid paint swag so this this just happened and admit the May be a plausible explanation that I'm just not thinking about but I'm going to share anyway in hopes that someone Lookin' tell me what that is or at least appreciate the glitch with me. My Dad brother and I were at the bank. We packed in the side of the bank. The the drive through a good fifty plus feet away to lift and the doors Tint Twenty feet away to the Braga we had business in the dry three side but we packed and Winton side to finish up business so booby tune from the bank and get inside the car. Emma dead realizes he's lost his fun he goes back inside. God will I look in the car. Windows and doors are closed in a cool his phone immediately and my brother and I he his fine ring. So we start looking in the GOTCHA after City sickens he picks up the phone and we both very confused and he sees coming out. We bewildered how could we both his fine ringing with his wall between us and more than fifty feet we thought it was Bluetooth but when he answered I I could hear his voice for my fine speakers and didn't have Bluetooth on and neither did he. You could say that we've heard from the drive through but it's also impossible because our windows were up and the doors were closed not to mention the drive thru was more than fifty feet away from us. You could say that someone else's fine I bring 'em we who did but there was no one near us and outfits ringtone is a fury old Bollywood Song and again our windows and doors were closed post. So could we both his phone ringing through pool. A good fifty feet doors and windows closed.

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"uc day" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:16 min | 1 year ago

"uc day" Discussed on KTRH

"Newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. Chris let's talk about the issue of medical benefits of this kind of animal research that's the big argument right it's what the lab say the university say we're saving lives here it's necessary to carb up this dog or cat or champ or whatever it is in order to save him and said human life being more valuable than animal life what do you say your hi I pointed very interesting you know they've been doing animal experimentation over three hundred years and we can't even find it sure common cold just think about it a common cold can't find a cure to the west in the same people who pointed sureties of the disease you know I I just I did use you know swan who would not hesitate to vivisection that'll about history to lie about it these people the same people that lie I'm not saying that will medicine is bad let's see listen if I if I were a woman motorcycle accidents or something I'm not going to go to a chiropractor Legolas since the surgery a hospital emergency room and have them take care of it you know they're all there are places times for the certain medical intervention but they make it sound like they're they're gonna find to chew and everything you know you you're yeah muscular dystrophy with Jerry Lewis tell for there was nothing more for bigger force than that and those poor kids couldn't even get a we had we had some kids that were coming to us with their parents and they couldn't get a wheelchair the mobile elect electric wheelchair food because they had three kids and only two parents and we could even get electric wheelchair and the muscular dystrophy association so you know will be sheer magic bullets the queue is just around the corner and all this stuff I tell people don't listen to me I think it's real I just think it's morally and ethically just plain bad incidents scientifically I think it's a hunch on scientific in fiscal years on sound because so lonely there are help few people so I see both believe me I have the agenda here and you know just just because I think it's wrong that that softens question it yourself if you question it you're going to call me the person that just was an animal person but I just found out what they were doing was absolutely wrong and not only the animals pays for cool people paying for with their lives a children's lives because I'm so play that year in this AGD your dog to your child we'll keep doing on the dog it's going to be the trial next because he did present extrapolate over from animals he will be and we need to get it smog get wise and I think you know I think people now released questioning stuff more than glad to hear that you go to a doctor just because she's got a white coat and a stethoscope around his neck this means god doesn't mean he knows everything it's up to you you know your body better than anybody did you two questions so well I guess I would ask a are there alternatives to the animal testing and carving up of the dogs and cats and other yeah absolutely it is you vitro testing this computer models there's cadaver studies the many many studies that or much more effective efficient because it's a science do stuff with animals because they differ within within themselves may be different than they differ from human beings you know is it psyche if you and I were twin brothers I might be allergic to penicillin and may help you kill me and ensure you so the this is just the bill would just it just seems like some of the cruelty that is built into it is unnecessary even if there are cases where animals testing can somehow save lives it doesn't have to be so cruel you don't have to cut about dogs without anesthetic of any kind are or cut out their vocal chords you don't hear them scream it's like factory farming to all right you want to eat meat there's their ways to raise animals in a humane way you don't have to pack five hundred pigs in a one fill the pan or cram all these chickens in it do these terrible coops remember that the mass that was made about eggs they the animal welfare people who change the law in California the egg producers predicted Gilman gloom if they're forced to get chickens a little better room so they can live and it didn't happen you know it's so I it I think there are ways you can certainly be less cruel and and but these these these things happen cruelty built into the model yeah and it is far as research goes you know the thing is it doesn't work it really just does not work and I could say that lately because there's a an organization transitions committee for responsible medicine teach your room and they have thousands of musicians thousands now who are against animal experimentation and research because they say it does not work and at one point back in the early seventies Hans Reusch load of book cool thousand ones scientists again against vivisection and even back then the number of people who really opposed it because she doesn't work she just doesn't work it's a big business is big business as usual and even when that malamute died in my arms I told you thirty nine years before they would do an experiment on on ulceration this is forty years later this year doing the ulceration test on on those animals in a in a it hasn't changed other than that nothing strange about it not even the results obviously so it's so warm battles this is a battle it's a way of life that we need to start to adapt daft and learned not to not to eat animals not to buy things tested on animals and fight the big corporations the you know the button eight DNA is controlled by the former speed form and the big form is controlled and owned by the multinational actual chemical corporations that run the world this is what we're up against so you wonder how they have so much power so much clout with a complete loss through middle of the night just to to stop us from doing what we're doing with we're having results going on inside research facilities in our investigations they come up with a law in the middle of the night saying that it's illegal to who had to take information out of the laboratory so we were you know we we we have a will you take Kerr we get copies of the stuff and and and copies of videos and then they come up with another war St still legally have copy should make copies of it and then I guess it before they come up with Daniel in a fresh terrorist act they they trying to but you know it's important that we don't stop don't stop and remember what they throw at you it's you gotta be able to circumvent it and she's like wash wash away because of what she moved out of the way you calibrate using them or their momentum and you get a strike same thing here and that's that's how I look at it in a in a deal with specially investigations I I just you with the investigations that were you know going after them in over to cool right to the court of problem and expose the highest whistles and some researchers on the on the head you should use this facility whatever facility it may be what is an idle war in addition to myself I don't want to be exposed I don't want this to get out there and then that's just my job to go ahead and exposure let's take some calls commissioner let's take some calls first time caller Michael in woodland California hi Michael welcome because to coast fascinating showed finally motivated me to actually call for the first time any talk show I never thought I would put it but you've got a very brave guest on he's putting his life on the line sounds like and I was like the perfect person to do it the reason I'm calling is maybe I can put my two cents worth in of interesting he mentioned P. C. R. and the physicians committee a fantastic group and I'm retired now and I only you know was able to give them a little money but I get their mailers and they do a lot of legal work from high powered lawyers trying to stop some of the issues that your guests is talking about in labs in various places with vivisection and research well my little two cents worth is that I grew up in well I lived in Michigan for a while and as a kid junior high and I was quite that as most of the kids in the sixties were I was quite the hunter killer of things and that was just for fun to see if I could hit him and boy I think I might have well anyway there were a lot of creatures and so I but I did didn't develop a conscience until one of them didn't die and I had to I had to just keep shooting to anyway what I'm getting at is that I was interested in monkeys chimps in primates there's a young young guy and so I wrote a letter on it is to the national primate center one of the largest ones of the six in the US is in Davis California which is right next door to my with them okay all and that was accepted later on moved out to the California well no surprise me but I it was fascinating and I didn't you know I still wasn't developing any conscience about what I got involved in I was all try to shorten this down okay I work for a pretty dictatorial manner you know scientists manager of that primate center in sixty five I was fifteen the first high school kid they ever hire the policy do it again but I would I got assigned to the anatomy and the anatomy lab slash more because every morning when I came in there were piles anywhere from ten to fifteen mostly recess but some exotic slick lemurs and an occasional channel and in their black bag from one of more still warm in my job was to you working with the very kindly ex Pat Russian German technician I don't if only emotion he showed about the work that we got to see was when the babies came in AT bodies and monkeys and he called the big buildings it was a Russian accent anyway so I saw some some stuff still didn't develop any the conscience about what I was going to be a biologist or scientist of some sort and then I did graduate with a degree from UC day Michael I'm I'm gonna have to we're gonna.

K. T. R. H. Chris
"uc day" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"uc day" Discussed on WRVA

"Chris let's talk about the issue of medical benefits of this kind of animal research that's the big argument right it's what the labs say the university say we're saving lives here it's necessary to carb up this dog or cat or champ or whatever it is in order to save humans and human life being more valuable than animal life what do you say your hi I pointed very interesting you know they've been doing animal experimentation over three hundred years and we can't even find it sure common cold just think about it a common cold can't find a cure to away asking the same people who pointed sure these other diseases you know action I did use you know who's one who would not hesitate to the second hour not hesitate to lie about it these people are the same people that lie I'm not saying it will medicine is and I'm not saying listen if I if I were a woman motorcycle accidents or something I'm not going to go to a chiropractor Legolas Sir you're a hospital emergency room and have them take care of it you know they're all there are places and times for the certain medical intervention but they make it sound like that they're gonna find it sure everything you know you you're yeah muscular dystrophy with Jerry Lewis telephone it was nothing more for bigger force than that and those poor kids couldn't get a we had we had some kids that would come into us with their parents and that could mean get a wheelchair the mobile elect electric wheelchair food because they had three kids and only two parents and we could even get electric wheelchair and but muscular dystrophy association so you know will be sheer magic bullets the queue is just around the corner and all this stuff I tell people don't listen to me I think it's cool I just think it's morally and ethically just plain bad incidents scientifically I think it's a hunch unscientific and fiscally it's on soon because so lonely there are helps you people so I see both believe me I have the agenda here you know just just because I think it's wrong that that show for this Russian it yourself if you question it you're going to call strangely personages was an animal person but I just found out what they were doing was absolutely wrong and not only in the animals pays for pro people paying for with their lives a children's lives because I'm so play that year in this AGD your dog to your child well you can tune on the dog it's going to be the trial next because he did doesn't extrapolate over from animals he will be and we need to get more get wise and I think you know I think people now released questioning stuff more than glad to hear that you go to a doctor just because she's got a white coat and this that the school grounds next doesn't mean he's god and it doesn't mean he knows everything it's up to you you know your body better than anybody did you two questions so well I guess I would ask a are there alternatives to the animal testing and carving up of the dogs and cats out of the room yeah absolutely is in vitro testing this computer models there's cadaver studies the many many studies that or much more effective efficient because it's a science do the stuff with animals because they differ within within themselves need different than they differ from human beings no is it psyche if you and I were twin brothers I might be allergic to penicillin and may help you you can kill me and sure you so the this is just the you know with just it just seems like some of the cruelty that is built into it is unnecessary even if there are cases where animals testing can somehow save lives it doesn't have to be so cruel you don't have to cut about dogs without anesthetic of any kind are or cut out their vocal chords you don't hear them scream it's like factory farming to all right you want to eat meat there's their ways to raise animals in a humane way you don't have to pack five hundred pigs in a one filled the pan or cram all these chickens in in do these terrible coops remember that the mass that was made about eggs they the animal welfare people who change the law in California the egg producers predicted doom and gloom if they're forced to give chickens a little better room so they can live and it didn't happen you know it's so I it I think there are ways you can certainly be less cruel and and but these these these things F. cruelty built into the model yeah and it is for is research goes you know it missing is it doesn't work it really just does not work and I could say that lately because there's an organization positions committee for responsible medicine if you are a and they have thousands of musicians thousands now who are against animal experimentation and research because they say it does not work and at one point back in the early seventies Hans Reusch wrote a book called thousand one scientists again against vivisection and even back then bill would a number of people who really opposed it because she doesn't work the church doesn't work it's a big business has big business as usual and even when that malamute died in my arms and I told you thirty nine years before they would do an experiment on on ulceration this is forty years later this year will do when the alteration test on on those animals and is in the it hasn't changed other than then nothing's changed about it not even the results obviously so it's so warm battles this is a battle it's a way of life that we need to start to adopt data and learned not take not to eat animals not to my things tested on animals and fight the big corporations the you know the Brian eight BA in may is controlled by the former state form and the big form is controlled and owned by a multinational control chemical corporations that run the world this is what we're up against so you wonder how they have so much power so much clout with a to put more strewn middle of the night just to to stop us from doing what we're doing with we're having results going on inside research facilities in our investigations they come up with a more in the middle of the night saying that it's illegal to could had to take information out of the laboratory so we were you know we we we have a will you take how we get copies of the stuff and and and copies of videos and and then they come up with another war St still legally have copy should make copies of it and then I guess it before the Copa Dannel in a fresh terrorist act big day trying to but you know it's important that we don't stop don't stop with a remand what they throw at you it's you gotta be able to circumvent it and she's like wash wash away tools when she moves out of the way you counter rate using them or their momentum and you get a strike same thing here and that's that's how I look at it may and I deal with specially the investigations of the eyes we with the investigations that were you know going after them in legal right to cool right to the core of the problem and expose them hi Ashley so from a researcher on the head you should use this facility whatever facility it may be what is it I don't want to listen to myself I don't want to be exposed and with this to get out there and then that's just my job to go ahead and exposure let's take some calls commission and let's take some calls first time caller Michael in woodland California hi Michael welcome because to coast fascinating showed finally motivated me to actually call for the first time any talk show I never thought I would put it but you've got a very brave guest on he's putting his life on the line sounds like and I was like the perfect person to do it the reason I'm calling is maybe I can put my two cents worth in of interesting he mentioned P. C. R. and the physicians committee a fantastic group and I'm retired now and I only you know was able to give them a little money but I get their mailers and they do a lot of legal work from high powered lawyers trying to stop some of the issues that your guests is talking about in labs in various places with vivisection in research well my little two cents worth is that I grew up in well I live in Michigan for a while and as a kid junior high and I was quite that as most of the kids in the sixties were I was quite the hunter killer of things and that was just for fun to see if I could hit a month away I think I might have well anyway there were a lot of creatures and so I but I did didn't develop a conscience until one of them didn't die and I had to I had to just keep shooting to anyway what I'm getting at is that I was interested in monkeys chimps in primates as a young young guy and so I wrote a letter on it is to the national primate center one of the largest ones of the six in the U. S. is in Davis California which is right next door to my with them okay now and that was accepted later on moved out to the California well not surprise me but I it was fascinating and I didn't you know it still wasn't developing any conscience about what I got involved in I was are try to shorten this down okay I work for a pretty dictatorial manner you know scientists manager of that primate center in sixty five I was fifteen the first high school kid they ever hire the policy do it again but I would I got assigned to the anatomy and the anatomy lab slash morgue because every morning when I came and there were piles anywhere from ten to fifteen mostly racist but some exotic slick lemurs and an occasional champ and in black bags and what it must feel warm and my job was to working with the very kindly ex Pat Russian German technician he's only mostly showed about the work that we got to see was when the babies came in AT bodies and monkeys and the call them they believe it with a Russian accent anyway so I saw some some stuff login develop any big conscience about what I was going to be a biologist or scientist of some sort and then I did graduate with a degree from UC day Michael I'm I'm gonna have to we're gonna have to move on because but you you saw it with your own eyes I'm not surprised I mean that kind of harvested it obviously stayed with you after all these years.

Chris
"uc day" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"uc day" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"And he's like, have you those days where you live someone so much, or you can think about is what they're doing, like where are they? How could you see that picture? What do you think it's a means someone sent you softly them looking for? They go out supposed to meet their like are you speaking Japanese, what is your math, keep moving? He's like this one girl just can't get on my head. I mean and my helpless or hopeless. And this girl goes, okay. Well, this has been fun guy who's actually made a beer before. Jim it home Barra sing. So it's like I'm his Madison, try to nor it's there and it's clarifying it just keeps cutting off in like talking to whoever will listen to him, you know about Madison. Yes girls like so are you over your girlfriend? He was like, no. And that's the whole purpose of my trip. You know, it's like where my buds, there's this supposed to be for me, but there's one guy over there over there over there, maybe because awesome. They don't want to hang out with you anymore. They've been stuck in a van of you for two days, and like you know what I want to talk to someone else who's not knocking talk about Madison and trop, Trump up. So then we go to Naomi's house, and she's cooking and reading a recipe and material come, you know, we seem to coming, and it's a it's that the housewife is cooking saying, I will say, I will say, NIO me has one of my favorite cookbooks made in India. So I was so happy that she had that because that cookbook is awesome. But it looks you cook something from the internet. So I don't want anyone to think. That her sub optimal butter chicken that you made as a reflection on the cookbook made in India by Mira soda because it's a really good cook book, and everyone should get it wasn't. She using a bag of sauce to there's all sorts of weird stuff and my friend Eva, who's Indian texted me. Eva occasionally, we'll, we'll have to relate. What, what she says on the podcasts and basically said that she was horrified by what was happening. But, but I will say, by the way, because, you know, I'd love good recipe. If anyone uses Cook's illustrated, they actually had a recipe for butter chicken like two months ago and it's really really, really good. So use that one also. Brian is not even noted. I was listening, I was just feeling got my water not. Get my hand. Those are very serious comments right now. I'm like, get the cookbook and use this recipe, better chicken, or you could do what I do call grub. Yeah. Over delicious and easy. Do you think there's even Indian food in Charleston? I mean remember when we were there, and we try to order Greek food and the ship was not. Okay. That was not even that was not even I don't know. I don't know what that was. That was like someone who had seen grease. Okay. But not actually, it was that was like the worst HAMAs had ever had in my life. Disgusted with that restaurant was fucking disgusting. Fucking discussing Greek food in Charleston. So material just keeps giving your sit you know, he's like you sure, you don't wanna cough for sushi. Come on. I want to try to do this do this Kate me. It's like okay, but we could just call UC day on. Oh, he's like, did you read that first line? Oh, marinated overnight. Oops. Key step and just like I'm gonna use coffee Creamer instead of cream. He's like. Sushi. Sushi sushi. I president like the family feud button service sushi sushi. She's like material..

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"uc day" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

The New Influence Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"uc day" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

"I love it. Got all kinds of awesome stuff happening kinds of projects accord theme. I was eight at runs through all of them is love and consciousness. I think it's I don't mean to sound. Overly obsessive. But I think it's the goal of artists and creatives kinda help save the world of bit much. Sure we can trust governments some corporations or anything. But I think that the more we can create an incurs other people to create kind of move the needle on consciousness. That gets good thing for the world. Yep. So I think you have a great message and through some research for this interview, I came across your, your photographs in their absolutely stunning. Very beautiful. I thanks the reason why I wanted to get you on today. Is that you've recently published a new book, and it's called under the influence how to fake your way into getting rich on Instagram influence of fraud, selfish, anxiety ego must delusional behavior, and it's like an expose on the influence of marketing industry. So I haven't read the book yet, I've bought it from zone to my kindle haven't read it yet. Can you tell us how the idea of the book came about and why you decided to write? Sure. Yeah. Two part. Book out the first part is expose on all the fraud. That's going on. We call out some people, we've build a fake account in the second half of the book, I had to get a bit philosophical talking about how to stay Zan on social media origin of it is kind of interesting, I accidentally, and influence or even though I hate that word got a little over five million followers in hundred seventy five thousand on Instagram, Elvis stuff. And so I was speaking, I do quite a bit of public speaking speaking at a travel conference in Toronto. And then there's one of these little, you know, after parties dreadful cocktail hours in this girl came up to meet his gal to me in her eyes wide as authors. She goes are you an influence there like us. And I never heard that, while I can't even Florence my kids to Kunar room. So I don't think much of influence on and try to be more and more influencers one of our partners is. Marriott luxury Ritz Carlton. And so you're they pay. They pay me quite a bit of money and I travel around and in exchange. I give them a few photos, I talked by them on social media, and this thing really nice little partnership there. Anyway. So I ended up at some luxury travel events with other influencers, and I really get to know people like to get into their minds like have deep gover sation you know, meet seventies influencers, and there's like hollow, there's nothing in there. There's an emptiness there's a lacking like just no such of what's, what's going on with this person, and then look do bridge them in their photos were. Okay. Maybe not that great there. Okay. And they had by has way more followers than I did. And there's jealousy or anything in this, I was like houses possible. How does president so many followers? Somebody gauge -ment comments likes, and then I found this website called social blade dot com which keeps historical growth data and so putting on your math statistical. You can go look at this and you can see how they bought followers UC days when they by five thousand dollars or sixty thousand followers UCLA by comments like, so I've got into it. I was like, wow. This is really something else. And the thing years, is that there's a lot of these fraudsters out there that have bought dissolved, not human engagement. He's all scripts running on computers. And then they go to these big brands anyone Prada or tesla or UCAR countries, beauty companies traveled upraising, they say, hey, look all these hours, I have engagement, I.

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"uc day" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That. Hopefully his entrance song that will will hopefully here later on today. But the case you missed it. Breaking news UFC two thirty four has taken a massive hit and there's no sunshine in here. No, sunshine, where any MMA fans are especially the ones in Australia because everyone was looking forward to Robert Whittaker the first Australian UFC champion getting an opportunity to finally defend that title middleweight title on his home turf in Melbourne later this evening, Rod Laver Arena sold out in ten minutes against Kelvin gasoline finally getting to see him back. Well, we just found out twenty minutes ago. The fight is off management has just confirmed with me as well. The fight is off. They're going to issue. A statement in a matter of moments Whitaker out due to a hernia fight cancelled Israel Sonny Anderson Silva's now the new main event so how does this affect Kelvin gasoline? How did he find out where does he go from? Here. Let's talk to his manager. Elliot does these who's joining us on the phone right now? Ali how are you? Oh, no. I'm good. It can be better. But you know, it's commander of the game, you know, seniors, and we have to get adjusted. When did you guys find out? I just find out dot com. Probably thirty minutes ago. Have a hernia. The hospital and now they have to perform. You know, he's a great champion. I always put it on the line. Unfortunately. He's not fighting. Twelve weeks heart camp make sacrifices, but you know, it wasn't awake cuts related issues. And he's just. As workers. Warrior. It will not more injury or even hard injury. Doc, even more from fighting. A great guy. We wish him nothing. But the best. Wish must be recovered his management just told me that he's heavily sedated as we speak and he's going into surgery, right? This moment. So like, I said a horrible tournaments for Robert Whitaker. What does this mean for Kelvin? What does the UFC told you? I know it's very fresh. But. You know is he going to get another title shot? What are they going to do with the belt? You have any idea. Day right now, I get to speak with Dana white. He said I personally. Calvin Calvin is the number one contender. He's gonna see what happened. Out. We're going to go ahead and see maybe the winner between Anderson Israel. Covered. You know? Maybe you can do it thirteen. You know, what's what's I'm kind of looking forward to. But let's see what happened. Did they try to keep Kelvin on the card was that ever discussed? No does not disgusting. I spoke to. Dana. And that does not discussed that. Oh, you know. Listen, I think you have a good minivan. Anderson Silva is great. I'm not sure this is going to be a five round or real. Oh. You know, it is what it is. I feel horrible rubber Whitaker. Yeah. I feel bad for coffee too. Under the right. How is he handling? It has been handling the news Kuban workers. Okay. Calvin was ready. We was ready. The Bishop of his life and. We believe he was going to be that, you know, that middleweight champ. But robert. No injuries taken away from the fight. And like, I said, you know. Nothing but respect and we wish him nothing, but speeder recovery, and I hope he's okay. We're talking to. You're not gonna hear me, you know, me get me on the program talking trash in promoting and get on people. But certain situation we have to be human. Absolutely. I think everybody out there. Everyone to give respect keep Robertson. They prayer. I wish nothing but the best talking to manager Elliot. Bill Aziz here on area who wanna show on ESPN radio's presented by Uber. Breaking news out of the world to the USC USC to thirty four tonight in Melbourne Australia on pay per view, Robert Wood. It covers coming gasping for the middleweight title cancelled that flight has been canceled because Robert Whitaker is going under the knife. In a matter of moments in Australia for a hernia certainly wish him the best. I'm curious Ali is Kelvin going to get paid. How's this gonna work because you just went through a training camp? What's the deal? I'm certain UFC has told you what they're gonna do. Can you? Tell us. Yeah. Always come through for me, you know. And he said he was going to kick out. You know, I understand you know, he went to a camp. And and you put a lot of money into it investment. A lot of money into it. And at the end of the day. This is. You know, I'm not worried about him. I know he will be paid. Thanks for doing this Ali very sorry about the news our best to to Kelvin as well. Speak for everyone. Everyone is bummed out about this. We're looking forward to it. I appreciate you coming on for a few minutes. He will take care. He was. And I have no doubt in my mind. Dana white and you'll see them because they're taking care of my guys sounds good. Thank you Ellie. Let's go back to the phone lines. Now talk to more fans. Breaking news again Robert Whitaker out of tonight's made event. Ernie a- surgery scheduled for Madame moments from now in Melbourne devastating news, not only for the UFC. But for Robert Whitaker who continues to get all these freaking bad breaks time. And again, he had shingles. Prior to the last time that they were in Melbourne with him headlining that card was supposed to be against Luke rock hold now. Just hours before the event he has to pull out and is going under the knife Joseph Detroit. How are you? Good. How about you area? I'm doing okay. Good. I just got a few questions for you that I think they should let the winner of tonight. And Calvin fight for the official title Whitaker should be stripped. It's just my opinion. Well, I wanna see how long he's out for this is definitely a bad break. But I typically like to subscribe to the rule that if you don't defend your title or you're not scheduled to fight within a year. Then you should be stripped in this case he last fought in June. So let's see how far he's out. Let's see how long he's out for. I should say let's see how long of a recovery this is needed. And then let's talk about stripping in. But I think right now, it's a little premature to talk about stripping. Because he pulled out last year knee injury. I think it's better for him. You don't have to take some time off. But my second question is not question opinion. True. They're gonna make McGregor verse Copley for the I think it should be Tony Emporia for the interim. Yeah, that's Donald Surani just talking right now from what I'm hearing the interim belt isn't being discussed. I don't think a belt is needed for that kind of fight. I don't think a belt elevates that kind of fight certainly not an interim title. So at this juncture, I think that's just cowboy talking and look he's going to get the fight. It seems like that's the front runner. I don't think you need to push for an interim thing anyone wants it, quite frankly, I think the interim belt would would almost like soil that that fight. I don't think anyone wants to see an interim belt online. I don't think either guys should be fighting for an interim belt when you have guys like Tony dust emporium ally. Doing what they've done as of late. Let's go back to the phone lines and say Hello to Corey in California, Corey how are you? Hey, I'm good. How you doing? I'm doing. Okay. Some some disappointing news, but we still have a car tonight. But yeah, it's it's a bummer. These things happen from time to time in in mixed martial arts and. I mean, this is a big one especially because it's the Australian who's now out of the card. Yeah. Honestly, like you said before man, I don't know how these injuries happened the day of the fight. How much are you actually doing? Such a serious injury. But I don't know it's fight game. And it happens. But. So my original copies I called about it. Now trying to shake up. I was gonna say do you think that Anderson is? His own legacy a little bit by taking these bigger fights with the much younger guys are like the fights with whatever, obviously, they're bigger fights. And he's a big name. And do you think that you have tarnished by throwing them into a fight with Israel, just because if Anderson, but then it turns around and now Anderson is card having a big name for Israel to fight. So do you think that enersen should lay off he's bigger fights? Or do you think he's finer you think his legacy Jenner hurt in the end after all this look if we're talking about tarnishing legacies? The only thing that's maybe tarnished his legacy. So to speak is the fact that he was caught with PD's twice other than that. I mean, I don't think opponents will tarnish anyone's like seeing fact to meet on the elevates your legacy because you're finding the toughest guys even as you're in your swansong so to speak. I like the fact that he's taken this fight. Everyone thought it was a mistake. It's an opponent that he thinks he could beat he's fourteen years older. He feels like maybe he's not as experiences him. Maybe he hasn't fought the kind of competition that he's. So I don't think this is. I mean, imagine he pulls it off great story George Foreman. It's like Randy tour all over again. So I honestly don't think that he's tarnishing his legacy on this one. Let's go to one quick call before we take another break Hamilton, Ohio. What's up man areas? A pleasure speaking with you. I want to go back to the UC days, or so I started hearing your voice. Boy that was handled by the UFC. I am so proud that you've come to where you had with the hard work. You've done to put yourself in today's position. Thank you know, as far as what's happening transplanted melborn sad. And that's the core. So the nature of the game. My question to you is at forty three year old is now put himself in position we he's probably going to be having to save this card. I understand that. There's not a lot of four weeks on your old man at his weight. They can do anything except maybe defend themselves. Does he really have a chance to see wing? And do you see this only in the heavyweight World War forty yours can compete one or two times? This gentleman is not tarnishing his world. It just a building him being allowed to do this because of his name and his past of fighting really realistically can this man really compete at this level with this young kid. I mean that remains to be seen. I don't think it's a bad matchup firm. In fact, I'd say he's too big of an underdog. I'm curious to see if he can turn back the clock tonight. But yeah, it's a great call to great point. The best news is this flight hasn't been canceled. So we're about to find out in a matter of moments in a matter of hours, whether or not Anderson Silva can hang with Israel to Sonya after the break. We're going to be joined by my colleague, my partner shell son. And he's in Melbourne. I want to get his take on things. He knows coming gasoline almost better than anyone. He was the one who drafted him on the ultimate fighter way. Back when devastating news Robert Whittaker's out of tonight's UFC two thirty four main event. And I just got details about how it all went down. I'll tell you about all that and more right after the break. You're listening to Hawaii's may show right here on ESPN radio and ESPN app this.

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Robert Whittaker Withdraws from UFC 234 vs. Kelvin Gastelum Due to Hernia Injury

ESPN Radio Saturday

11:43 min | 2 years ago

Robert Whittaker Withdraws from UFC 234 vs. Kelvin Gastelum Due to Hernia Injury

"The case you missed it. Breaking news UFC two thirty four has taken a massive hit and there's no sunshine in here. No, sunshine, where any MMA fans are especially the ones in Australia because everyone was looking forward to Robert Whittaker the first Australian UFC champion getting an opportunity to finally defend that title middleweight title on his home turf in Melbourne later this evening, Rod Laver Arena sold out in ten minutes against Kelvin gasoline finally getting to see him back. Well, we just found out twenty minutes ago. The fight is off management has just confirmed with me as well. The fight is off. They're going to issue. A statement in a matter of moments Whitaker out due to a hernia fight cancelled Israel Sonny Anderson Silva's now the new main event so how does this affect Kelvin gasoline? How did he find out where does he go from? Here. Let's talk to his manager. Elliot does these who's joining us on the phone right now? Ali how are you? Oh, no. I'm good. It can be better. But you know, it's commander of the game, you know, seniors, and we have to get adjusted. When did you guys find out? I just find out dot com. Probably thirty minutes ago. Have a hernia. The hospital and now they have to perform. You know, he's a great champion. I always put it on the line. Unfortunately. He's not fighting. Twelve weeks heart camp make sacrifices, but you know, it wasn't awake cuts related issues. And he's just. As workers. Warrior. It will not more injury or even hard injury. Doc, even more from fighting. A great guy. We wish him nothing. But the best. Wish must be recovered his management just told me that he's heavily sedated as we speak and he's going into surgery, right? This moment. So like, I said a horrible tournaments for Robert Whitaker. What does this mean for Kelvin? What does the UFC told you? I know it's very fresh. But. You know is he going to get another title shot? What are they going to do with the belt? You have any idea. Day right now, I get to speak with Dana white. He said I personally. Calvin Calvin is the number one contender. He's gonna see what happened. Out. We're going to go ahead and see maybe the winner between Anderson Israel. Covered. You know? Maybe you can do it thirteen. You know, what's what's I'm kind of looking forward to. But let's see what happened. Did they try to keep Kelvin on the card was that ever discussed? No does not disgusting. I spoke to. Dana. And that does not discussed that. Oh, you know. Listen, I think you have a good minivan. Anderson Silva is great. I'm not sure this is going to be a five round or real. Oh. You know, it is what it is. I feel horrible rubber Whitaker. Yeah. I feel bad for coffee too. Under the right. How is he handling? It has been handling the news Kuban workers. Okay. Calvin was ready. We was ready. The Bishop of his life and. We believe he was going to be that, you know, that middleweight champ. But robert. No injuries taken away from the fight. And like, I said, you know. Nothing but respect and we wish him nothing, but speeder recovery, and I hope he's okay. We're talking to. You're not gonna hear me, you know, me get me on the program talking trash in promoting and get on people. But certain situation we have to be human. Absolutely. I think everybody out there. Everyone to give respect keep Robertson. They prayer. I wish nothing but the best talking to manager Elliot. Bill Aziz here on area who wanna show on ESPN radio's presented by Uber. Breaking news out of the world to the USC USC to thirty four tonight in Melbourne Australia on pay per view, Robert Wood. It covers coming gasping for the middleweight title cancelled that flight has been canceled because Robert Whitaker is going under the knife. In a matter of moments in Australia for a hernia certainly wish him the best. I'm curious Ali is Kelvin going to get paid. How's this gonna work because you just went through a training camp? What's the deal? I'm certain UFC has told you what they're gonna do. Can you? Tell us. Yeah. Always come through for me, you know. And he said he was going to kick out. You know, I understand you know, he went to a camp. And and you put a lot of money into it investment. A lot of money into it. And at the end of the day. This is. You know, I'm not worried about him. I know he will be paid. Thanks for doing this Ali very sorry about the news our best to to Kelvin as well. Speak for everyone. Everyone is bummed out about this. We're looking forward to it. I appreciate you coming on for a few minutes. He will take care. He was. And I have no doubt in my mind. Dana white and you'll see them because they're taking care of my guys sounds good. Thank you Ellie. Let's go back to the phone lines. Now talk to more fans. Breaking news again Robert Whitaker out of tonight's made event. Ernie a- surgery scheduled for Madame moments from now in Melbourne devastating news, not only for the UFC. But for Robert Whitaker who continues to get all these freaking bad breaks time. And again, he had shingles. Prior to the last time that they were in Melbourne with him headlining that card was supposed to be against Luke rock hold now. Just hours before the event he has to pull out and is going under the knife Joseph Detroit. How are you? Good. How about you area? I'm doing okay. Good. I just got a few questions for you that I think they should let the winner of tonight. And Calvin fight for the official title Whitaker should be stripped. It's just my opinion. Well, I wanna see how long he's out for this is definitely a bad break. But I typically like to subscribe to the rule that if you don't defend your title or you're not scheduled to fight within a year. Then you should be stripped in this case he last fought in June. So let's see how far he's out. Let's see how long he's out for. I should say let's see how long of a recovery this is needed. And then let's talk about stripping in. But I think right now, it's a little premature to talk about stripping. Because he pulled out last year knee injury. I think it's better for him. You don't have to take some time off. But my second question is not question opinion. True. They're gonna make McGregor verse Copley for the I think it should be Tony Emporia for the interim. Yeah, that's Donald Surani just talking right now from what I'm hearing the interim belt isn't being discussed. I don't think a belt is needed for that kind of fight. I don't think a belt elevates that kind of fight certainly not an interim title. So at this juncture, I think that's just cowboy talking and look he's going to get the fight. It seems like that's the front runner. I don't think you need to push for an interim thing anyone wants it, quite frankly, I think the interim belt would would almost like soil that that fight. I don't think anyone wants to see an interim belt online. I don't think either guys should be fighting for an interim belt when you have guys like Tony dust emporium ally. Doing what they've done as of late. Let's go back to the phone lines and say Hello to Corey in California, Corey how are you? Hey, I'm good. How you doing? I'm doing. Okay. Some some disappointing news, but we still have a car tonight. But yeah, it's it's a bummer. These things happen from time to time in in mixed martial arts and. I mean, this is a big one especially because it's the Australian who's now out of the card. Yeah. Honestly, like you said before man, I don't know how these injuries happened the day of the fight. How much are you actually doing? Such a serious injury. But I don't know it's fight game. And it happens. But. So my original copies I called about it. Now trying to shake up. I was gonna say do you think that Anderson is? His own legacy a little bit by taking these bigger fights with the much younger guys are like the fights with whatever, obviously, they're bigger fights. And he's a big name. And do you think that you have tarnished by throwing them into a fight with Israel, just because if Anderson, but then it turns around and now Anderson is card having a big name for Israel to fight. So do you think that enersen should lay off he's bigger fights? Or do you think he's finer you think his legacy Jenner hurt in the end after all this look if we're talking about tarnishing legacies? The only thing that's maybe tarnished his legacy. So to speak is the fact that he was caught with PD's twice other than that. I mean, I don't think opponents will tarnish anyone's like seeing fact to meet on the elevates your legacy because you're finding the toughest guys even as you're in your swansong so to speak. I like the fact that he's taken this fight. Everyone thought it was a mistake. It's an opponent that he thinks he could beat he's fourteen years older. He feels like maybe he's not as experiences him. Maybe he hasn't fought the kind of competition that he's. So I don't think this is. I mean, imagine he pulls it off great story George Foreman. It's like Randy tour all over again. So I honestly don't think that he's tarnishing his legacy on this one. Let's go to one quick call before we take another break Hamilton, Ohio. What's up man areas? A pleasure speaking with you. I want to go back to the UC days, or so I started hearing your voice. Boy that was handled by the UFC. I am so proud that you've come to where you had with the hard work. You've done to put yourself in today's position. Thank you know, as far as what's happening transplanted melborn sad. And that's the core. So the nature of the game. My question to you is at forty three year old is now put himself in position we he's probably going to be having to save this card. I understand that. There's not a lot of four weeks on your old man at his weight. They can do anything except maybe defend themselves. Does he really have a chance to see wing? And do you see this only in the heavyweight World War forty yours can compete one or two times? This gentleman is not tarnishing his world. It just a building him being allowed to do this because of his name and his past of fighting really realistically can this man really compete at this level with this young kid. I mean that remains to be seen. I don't think it's a bad matchup firm. In fact, I'd say he's too big of an underdog. I'm curious to see if he can turn back the clock tonight. But yeah, it's a great call to great point. The best news is this flight hasn't been canceled. So we're about to find out in a matter of moments in a matter of hours, whether or not Anderson Silva can hang with Israel to Sonya after the break. We're going to be joined by my colleague, my partner shell son. And he's in Melbourne. I want to get his take on things. He knows coming gasoline almost better than anyone. He was the one who drafted him on the ultimate fighter way. Back when devastating news Robert Whittaker's out of tonight's UFC two thirty four main event. And I just got details about how it all went down. I'll tell you about all that and more right after the break. You're listening to Hawaii's may show right here on ESPN radio and ESPN app this

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WJR 760

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on WJR 760

"Simple the. President can contribute as much as you want to his own campaign So if the president even if this is all campaign funds even if you didn't view it as. Something totally separate from the campaign because that's the other point this could be totally separate from the campaign is. I'm just doing that because I want to protect my this from, my, wife, it, has, nothing to do with the campaign at all so. You can look at it, that way too he's looking at it as if they're saying it's all campaign dollars with the president did. It because they viewed it as campaign dollars and not a personal thing Then there is no crime even if the. President used what he called his own campaign dollars if the president did it if. Cohen did it because it was two hundred eighty thousand of the two women Then it would. Be unlawful if they were, considering it a campaign money because he has a limit of fifty two hundred dollars That makes sense And so, is he said if if the prosecutor believes that the Cohen that the president is Cohen said the president directed him, to do it then there's actually no. Crime at all But at the prosecutor doesn't believe what going said yesterday then Cohen. Has committed the crime not the president Let's continue with the discussion here just wanna make, sure just clarifying it because? We're talking about law here not whether you? Hate or love Trump in general it's what is the law why then would Cohen plead, guilty to this Violation Was an add on this was an add on the hat in rights on the medallions on the. Taxes they through this in not a very strong. Case they throw it in in order to give him an opportunity to say something, negative about Donald. Trump, look they're not interested in. Calling they're interested in Trump jealous said that, obviously in the Manafort. Case and so they threw in the campaign contribution law in order to find a connection to Trump medallions have no connection at Trump taxes that are no connection at. Trump this is the only alleged crime that has a connection to. Travel all right now, I I will just take the to me that's an opinion from. Dershowitz that's an opinion, he he believes that the pro or remember the Muller Wasn't over. This case he gave it to another federal prosecutor to to do it Manafort he stuck with and. So, you are it is a. Hypothesis that and it may be true but, again we don't know. For sure but if Muller cabs Manafort the legal minds believe that you would keep Manafort Muller would because he believes Manafort has more on Trump and he would give. A case away that has nothing to do with Russian collusion at. All that you can't, tie any of it to Russian collusion that would be the one. That you would give, to another prosecutor because that doesn't fit your mandate And Dershowitz Assane in his opinion. Though that the extra charge was put in and he may be right what I'm, saying is it's opinion. We don't know that there's no written evidence of it. And he, may be right lotta people. Believe he is probably right I tend to believe he's probably right my only thing is that's not a fact of law that's an opinion of what he believes he's doing so just wanted to do that now the last point that he wants to make and you hear from a. Another federal prosecutor that they brought in a so they could get Dershowitz to respond here we go I wanna ask you, as you know, there are other legal, folks who see differently they see this as an action that was, just before a presidential election that potentially could swing a presidential election here's deputy. Assistant attorney general on this very point okay that makes it seem ministerial it's the exact opposite and it's really gives rise to the sort of Watergate comparisons what Cohen says in court and by the way. It's not in the information he. Made a point of saying it is not only that, it was at the direction, of Trump but it was for the. Purpose of influencing the election that gets. Down the middle in the bulls eye high crime and. Misdemeanor early on especially given how excruciatingly close to. The election was it's quite like. What's the Watergate burglar stand except Nixon was up twenty five points against McGovern that's as a serious corruption of governmental function and of the election right now that. Was Harry Lipman Former deputy attorney general and what, are you saying is that. It is of high crime and misdemeanor now he said it's like Watergate except in Watergate you can, identify what the specific crime is which was the break in and the attempt to destroy evidence from, the White House, so you actually had, the crime I'm still trying to find an Harry Littman there did, not define what the crime is Trump committed now we go to Dershowitz response. Your thoughts on that it's not it's not even a close question that is so over the top It's just not a crime to. Contribute to your own campaign if. He had written a letter to, these two women saying you're going to help you. Gonna hurt me, in my campaign I'm going to pay you a hundred and fifty one, hundred thirty thousand dollars. To help me get elected president and you have. To keep it quiet it's hush money no crime I. Challenge any of those who saying it's a crime to find me anything in. The criminal law that would make it a crime for president. Personally your candidate personally to pay in order. To save his own election it's just not against the law it may be? A, political sin even if it, determine the outcome. Of the election but you know the rule, of law requires that when you say something is a crime show me the statute. Remember the commercial show me show. Me to statue there is no statute that. Would make that a crime it might be a misdemeanor. For the campaign to fail to, report that payment but. It would. Be on the campaign not on the candidate so that's not even Close question to targeted as a high crime. And misdemeanor is absurd that's not the kind of thing the. Framers had in mind So there you. Go and, and here let me, again never identified what the. Specific crime is a lot of Eric high crime. And misdemeanor corruption and again as. We've always said go back to. The statute we did that with Hillary Clinton with, the server we went to. The actual statute we read you what it was that's what's were, -quired in our system of laws and that's what Dershowitz insane and, so it's very important and I know. This can, get tedious but the law sometimes I believe does get a little bit tedious but it's, important to have that distinction for example the to to show you the distinction where you have to take politics. Out of it and. It was the the juror that was on Fox News in the in the Manafort trial that. Came forward she's a Trump supporter. She's a absolute Trump supporter She always. Questioned the Muller investigation and, how political it was but as she said it came down to. The fact that the evidence was there to show. That Manafort, broke these legal statutes, and it was pointed out. To them and that matched the evidence but you. Saw what the legal but the. Law was you saw what the. Evidence was for breaking the law and then you, make that judgment not just. Political rhetoric and that's what you got from hair Lipman the former, deputy attorney general in the audio cut that they've played they're on, Fox News to which Dershowitz responded to. So there, you go and I thought that covers most of the Cohen thing they're hearing this this, one segment and like I said it's important to talk about actually what the law is not political slogans and. That's seems to be. What a lot of people UC's days to determine whether they believe, somebody's guilty or not.

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"uc day" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Can follow. Me on Twitter at jimbotalks as tonight Turkish officials have denied. At appeal for the release of an American pastor with more correspondent Scott Carr in Washington American pastor. Andrew Brunson detained for nearly two, years on espionage and terrorism related charges. Was placed under house arrest last month while his trial continues amidst a diplomatic spat between Turkey and the US which has helped trigger a Turkish currency crisis a lawyer for the fifty year old renewed an appeal Tuesday for his. Release vice President Mike Pence made an appeal last month. To bring sanctions against Turkey until pastor Andrew Brunson is free now Turkish media reports a court is mere has. Rejected an appeal for his release as Turkish officials announced. Heavy new Tariffs on some American products including. Cars alcohol and tobacco the Turkish vice president tweeting the tariffs are in, response to what he calls the deliberate attack. Of the US administration on our economy Scott Carr Washington we'll talk about that this evening. At what may be the underlying factors at work here with our guest Ian. Murray by president for. Strategy and senior fellow at the competitive Enterprise, Institute their website is their initials c. e. i. dot org good evening Good evening Jim it's great to be back with you absolutely let's start with this aspect of this, particular situation, here. The the trade war here there are a lot of factors that have got into this with China we're, talking about a number of things for example their their decision since they joined. The big boys club to, violate virtually every agreement they've, ever signed Incursions into, the South China Sea building artificial islands and essentially claiming open ocean. As a sovereign territory with Europe we've, had, the side argument of whether or not. They're. Going to live up to their own commitments to contribute a certain percentage to NATO. And of course the European Union and NATO membership overlaps to a considerable. Extent with Turkey here we'll get into, the trade, war but an awful lot going on here besides the issue of trade let's start with this pastor Your thoughts about what's really at stake here well I think that the what's. Going on here, is in many ways a quench between America and a new Turkey Turkey has used to be lease secular state, in the Islamic world and was a very strong ally all the. Way through the Cold War That Turkey isn't there anymore the president has has consolidated. His power there was an attempted to last you which a neighbor bitch because of its failure enabled him to consolidate even more power. And he he's turning into a traditional Islamic strongman using the sort of holier than thou rhetoric as positive, the way probably which he retains popularity and retains his power so what's going on here is a almost a religious clash of the salt that we've seen in many other many. Other Islamic countries but what's unusual is that? Happens, with Turkey before and having to work out how to deal with, Turkey especially given the Turkey remains a strong. Member of NATO and is very much on the front line on a lot of areas where we want to keep Turkey on our side Absolutely so as. I say there are bigger issues at. Stake here so the example in the the case of, of, this American pastor pastor Brunson Andrew Brunson is there really any. Credible evidence that he helped the people in the coup attempt or was he just trying to proselytize for Christianity I personally believe I have no particular evidence one way. Or the other that it's the latter I do know that some of my friends in Turkey who work in academia into really heavily. Targeted after the coup attempt we with fake accusations that they they were involved they managed to survive that, but it was it was being thrown around almost like confetti after the coup attempt at any anybody who was in some way opposed to the regime was was involved with him So it it it it would not surprise me in the slightest the that those charges a fake Of course for. A decades in fact I guess really you could save for just about. A century almost a century there had been a. Modern Turkey the the last true if you will caliphate in the world. Was the old Ottoman empire they picked the losing side in World War One with Germany and Austria, Hungary Ottoman empire was broken up and nations like Saudi Arabia created. The nations of the Middle East what eventually would, become Lebanon and Israel. And Iraq and so on and there was, the core state of Turkey itself Kemal Ataturk decided. That this would be a? Turkey, state that, would not, be as heavily. Into religion, as had been, the Ottoman empire and made it pretty much stick for quite. A while a couple of that of course with the traditional Russian Turkish. Animosity and Turkey became a pillar of of NATO. The I've heard it said that the despite what I just said that. In fact outside of Ankara at Istanbul there never was that much of a new secular Turkey and, that in the countryside always the mullah's had pretty much call the. Shots is that fair to say well it yes From what I? Understand, from, my Contacts in Turkey That's pretty. Much the case so, the also, forced secularization, took you know. It didn't. Didn't Justin involve the religion involves a lot of cultural things such, as you, know, the, the the the the, wearing the fez which up until I point to the Turkish national. Ahead to get he, introduced the the the watching alphabet to replace. The Arabic alphabet it was able to it if people were able. To to buy and if you ever, been to stumble you'll know the f. s. b. is everywhere in assemble it. All the trinket so the lot of cultural changes the wind about. Alongside the secularization the question is now whether whether the if the secularization, is for us whether those cultural changes, can be reversed I, think the the jury's still out on that So so we, come down to to the fact of course NATO which existed as a bulwark. Against Soviet expansion and I guess you could argue that it's very. Existence did pretty much prevent that certainly an awful lot of western Europe, maybe all of it would have been, gone without NATO the, only time NATO per se Has ever I guess used its armed. Forces. Such NATO members of have certainly fought in places like the, Gulf wars in Afghanistan but NATO itself I. Guess acted in the breakup of Yugoslavia and in Bosnia I wonder how Turkey reacted. To that since that involved and Islamic. Sector of that part of the world was Turkey a, reliable NATO ally during that conflict Yes I believe at all Like wheelhouse before from what I remember know in in London at, the, time, and following the, the the the will very very closely from other recall the the Turkish influence in Bosnia is absolutely essential. To to regaining, the peace and of, course you know the the they will worries that with with the break-up all the Yugoslavia that Greece might try and claim some bits of us having Turkey there as a counterweight against Greece was. Was very helpful as well I just say this is. A, little after my wheelhouse That's my recollection and I did I did kind of wonder? If but I wanted to set up the fact that the trade war as such a strikes me as frankly another way for these two, countries, to, go at each, other in other words there are genuine issues with China and opening of markets and the like intellectual property. Currency manipulation they're, genuine economic issues there, and it would seem to me that perhaps that is less true here in other words we have genuine trade issues with China do we really have genuine trade issues with Turkey or is this. Trade war just another weapon to go at each other I think what we're doing is we're seeing. The I hate to use the word because the Soviet UC's days but the weaponization of section. Two thirty two all of the of the. Of the trade expansion act so, that we can use tariffs essentially in place of sanctions sanctions oversee have to go through congress and congressmen just completely dysfunctional and so you know it it's no surprise. That the president, is looking around for two different means to impose sanctions but really six hundred thirty two is. Supposed to be about national, security and national security agency and from what I can tell you this. New Turkey does, not pose a national security threat to. The United States so using section two thirty two is really an abuse of? What about that laws to do and really What the president needs is congress, to, get his act, together, and, impose, sanctions. On Turkey that he then enforce all. Right we'll come back we'll talk at some length about that as well as of course, we have now economic disputes with a. Variety of countries in the world China we've mentioned the, European Union there are. Questions about what. Might come out of a renegotiated NAFTA should that come to pass and of course then we have the situation, with Turkey and there is increasing, Islamist viewpoint, in that country and Murray is our guest vice president for strategy senior fellow with the competitive Enterprise Institute and will, continue, to, take a look at just where this is going as. A Turkey has been doubling,.

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10:53 min | 2 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"American pastor Andrew. Brunson detained for nearly, two years on. Espionage and terrorism related charges was. Placed under house arrest last. Month while his trial continues amidst a diplomatic spat between, Turkey of the US which has helped trigger a Turkish currency crisis a lawyer for the fifty year old, renewed, an appeal Tuesday for his release vice President Mike Pence made an. Appeal last month to bring sanctions against Turkey until pastor Andrew Brunson is, for now, Turkish media reports a court in Izmir has rejected an appeal for his release as Turkish officials announced heavy new tariffs on Some American products including cars alcohol and tobacco the Turkish vice president tweeting the tariffs are in response to what he. Calls the deliberate attack of the US administration on our economy Scott Carr Washington we'll talk. About that this evening and what may be the underlying factors at work here. With our guest Ian Murray vice president for. Strategy and senior fellow at the competitive Enterprise Institute their website is their religions CI dot org good evening Good evening Jim it's great to be back with you absolutely live start with this aspect of this particular situation, here the, the, trade war here there are a lot of factors that have gone into this with China we're talking about, a number of things for example their their decision since they joined the big. Boys club to violate virtually, every agreement they've, ever signed Incursions into, the South China Sea building artificial islands and essentially claiming open ocean as. A sovereign territory with Europe we've had, the, side argument of whether or not they're. Going. To live up to their own commitments to contribute a certain percentage to NATO and. Of course the European Union and NATO membership overlaps to a considerable extent. With Turkey here we'll get into the, trade war, but there's an awful lot going on here besides the issue of trade let's start with this pastor Your thoughts about. What's really at stake here well I, think that the what's going on here is many ways a a clash. Between America and a new Turkey has used to be? The, secular state in the Islamic world and was a very strong ally all the way through the Cold War That Turkey isn't there anymore the president the one has has consolidated, his power that was an attempted to actually last last year which enable bitch because of its failure enabled him to consolidate even more power and he's turning into a traditional Islamic. Strongman using the the sort of holier than thou Islam make rhetoric as politics the way by which he retains popularity in retains his. Power so what's going on here is a almost a religious clash, of the salt that we've seen in many other many other, Islamic countries but what's unusual is that this has never happened with Turkey before and we're having to work out how to deal with Turkey especially given the Turkey remains a strong member of NATO and is very much on the front line on a lot of areas where we want the key Turkey on our side absolutely so as. I say there are bigger issues at stake here so for example in the the the case of of this American pastor pastor, Brunson Andrew Brunson is there really any credible evidence that he helped the people in the coup attempt or was he just tried to proselytize for Christianity I personally believe I have. No particular evidence one way or the other that it's the latter I do know that some of my friends in Turkey who work. In academia into were really heavily targeted after the coup attempt with, with fake accusations that they were involved but they managed to, survive but it was it was being thrown around almost like confetti after the coup attempt at any anybody who was in some way opposed to the regime Was was involved with acuity so it it it would not surprise me in the slightest that the the the that those charges a fake Of course for a decades in fact I guess. Really you could save for just about a century. Almost a century there had been a modern Turkey the the last true. If, you will caliphate in the world was the old Ottoman empire they picked the losing side in World War, One with Germany and Austria Hungary the Ottoman empire was broken up. And nations like Saudi Arabia were created the nations of the Middle East what, eventually would become, Lebanon and Israel and Iraq and so on and there was, the, core state of Turkey itself Kemal. Ataturk decided that this would, be a, Turkey state that. Would not, be as heavily, into religion as had been the Ottoman empire and made it. Pretty much stick for quite a while a couple of that of course. With the traditional Russian Turkish animosity in Turkey became. A pillar of of NATO the I've heard it said that the despite. What, I just said that in fact outside of Ankara Istanbul there never was that much really of a new, secular Turkey and that in the countryside always the mullah's had pretty. Much call the shots is that fair to say Well it it yes From from from what I, understand from, my Contacts in. Turkey that that that's pretty much the case so the also forced secularization under Ataturk bowl. Taking it didn't didn't just involve the religion it involves a, lot of, cultural, things such as you, know the the the the wearing the fez which up until I point. To the Turkish national, ahead to get he he introduced the the the Watson alphabet to replace the Arabic alphabet It, was able to if people were able to to buy and if you've ever been. To stumble that the f. s. b. is everywhere in stumble all all the Turks drink. It so the lot of cultural changes the the wind about, alongside the, secularization, the question is now, whether whether the if the secularization is for us whether those cultural changes, can be reversed I, think the the jury's still out on that Yeah so so we come down to to the fact of, course NATO which existed as a. Bulwark against Soviet expansion and I guess you could argue that it's very. System did pretty much prevent that certainly an awful lot of western Europe, maybe all of it would have been, gone without NATO the, only time NATO per se Has, ever I guess used its armed forces. As. Such NATO members of have certainly fought in places like the the, Gulf wars and Afghanistan but they tow itself. I guess acted in the break-up of Yugoslavia and in Bosnia wondering how Turkey reacted. To that since that involved and Islam. Executor of that part of the world was Turkey a, reliable NATO ally during that conflict Yes I, believe it falls this is a bit out of my about of my out of my wheelhouse before from what I remember, I, was in in London at the time and following the, the the, the wolf very very closely from what I recall the the the Turkish influence in Bosnia is absolutely essential to to. Regaining the peace there, and of, course you know the the the world worries that. The with with the break-up all the Yugoslavia that Greece might, try and claim some bits of us obviously having, Turkey there as a counterweight against Greece Was was very helpful as well as I say, this, is a little after my wheelhouse I understand That's my recollection and I did I did kind of wonder if I wanted to set up the fact that the trade war. As such a, strikes me as frankly another way for these two countries to go at each other in other. Words there are genuine issues, with China and opening of markets and the like intellectual property currency manipulation. They're genuine economic, issues there and it would seem to. Me that perhaps that is less true here in other words we have genuine? Trade issues with China do we really have genuine trade issues with Turkey or. Is this trade, war just another weapon to go at. Each other I think, what we're doing is we're seeing the I hate to use the word because the. Soviet UC's days but the weaponization of section two thirty two all of the of the of the of the trade. Expansion act so that we can use terrorists essentially in place of sanctions sanctions oversee have to go through congress and congress at the moment is completely dysfunctional and so you know I it's it's. No surprise that, the president is looking around for for two different means to impose sanctions but really section to. Thirty two is supposed to, be about national security and national security emergency and for what I can. Tell you there's, no Turkey does not pose a national. Security threat to to the United States so using section thirty two is really? An abuse of what bats that laws that To do and really what the, president, needs is for, congress, to, get, his. Act together and impose sanctions on Turkey. That he can. Then false all right. We'll come back we'll talk at some length about that. As well as of course we have now economic disputes with a variety of countries in the world China we've, mentioned the European Union there are, questions about, what might come out of a renegotiated NAFTA should that come to pass and of course then we have the situation with Turkey, and, an, increasing Islamist viewpoint in that country Ed Murray is our guest vice president. For strategy senior fellow, with, the competitive Enterprise Institute and will continue to.

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"uc day" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nearly two years on espionage and terrorism related charges was placed under house arrest last month. While his trial continues amidst a diplomatic spat between Turkey and the US which. Has helped trigger a Turkish currency crisis a lawyer for the fifty year old renewed an appeal Tuesday for his release vice President Mike Pence made an, appeal last month, to bring sanctions against Turkey until pastor Andrew Brunson is I. Now Turkish media report to court and is. Mere has rejected an appeal For, his release as, Turkish officials announced heavy new tariffs on some American products including cars alcohol and tobacco the Turkish. Vice president tweeting the tariffs are in response to what he calls the, deliberate attack of the US administration on our. Economy Scott Carr Washington we'll talk about that this evening at what may be the underlying. Factors at work here with our guest Ian Murray vice president for strategy and. Senior fellow at the competitive Enterprise Institute their website is their initials c, dot ORG good evening You It's great to be back with. You. Absolutely let's start with this aspect of this particular situation here the trade war. Here there are a lot of factors that have got into this with. China we're talking about a number of, things for, example their their decision since they joined the big boys club violate virtually every agreement they've ever. Signed Incursions into the South China Sea building, artificial islands and essentially claiming open ocean as a sovereign territory with Europe. We've had the side argument. Of whether or not they're going to. Live. Up to their own commitments to contribute a certain percentage of NATO and of. Course the European Union and NATO membership overlaps to a considerable extent with. Turkey here we'll get into the trade, war but, there's an awful lot going on here besides the issue of trade let's start with this pastor Your thoughts about what's really at stake here I think, that the the what's going on here is in many ways a clash. Between America and a new Turkey has used to. Be the secular state in the world and was a very strong ally, all the way through the Cold War That Turkey isn't there anymore The president has. Has come to his power there was an attempted coup last year which enabled Bitch because of its failure enabled him to consolidate even more power and he's turning into a traditional Islamic strongman using holier. Than thou Islam rhetoric as positive the way by which she retains popularity in retains his power so what's going on here is a. Almost a religious clash of the soul that we've seen in many other. Many other Islamic countries but what's unusual is that Turkey before and we're having, to work. Out how to deal with Turkey especially given the Turkey remains a strong member of, NATO and is very much on the front line? On a lot of areas where we wanted to keep he on our side absolutely so as. I say there are are bigger issues at stake here so the example is the the the case of of this American pastor pastor Brunson Andrew. Brunson is there really any credible evidence that he helped the people, in the coup attempt or was he just tried to proselytize for Christianity I personally believe I have no particular evidence one way or the other that. It's the latter I do know that some of my friends in Turkey who work in academia into really heavily targeted after the coup. Attempt with with fake accusations That that they were involved they managed to survive that but It was it was being thrown around almost like confetti after the coup attempt at any anybody who was in some way opposed to the regime. Was was involved with a coup attempt so it it it it would not surprise me in the slightest that. The that those charges a. Fake Of course for a. Decades, in fact I guess really you could save for just about a century almost a century there had, been a modern Turkey the the last true if you will. Caliphate in the world was the old Ottoman empire. They picked. The losing side in World War One with Germany and Austria Hungary the Ottoman empire was broken up nations like Saudi Arabia were created the nations of the Middle East what eventually would become Lebanon. Israel and Iraq and so on and there was the core state of Turkey itself Kemal. Ataturk decided that this would, be a, Turkey state that. Would not, be as heavily, into religion as had been the Ottoman empire and made it. Pretty much stick for quite a while a couple of course with the. Traditional Russian Turkish animosity and Turkey became a pillar. Of NATO the I've heard it said that the despite what I just. Said, that in fact outside of Ankara Istanbul of there never was that much really of a new secular, Turkey and that in the countryside always the mullah's had pretty. Much call the shots is that fair to say Well yes From from what? I, understand Contents into that that's pretty much the case of the also forced. Secularization under Ataturk involves taking it didn't. Didn't just involves the religion it involves a lot of cultural, things such as the, the the wearing the fez which up, until that, point to be you know the Turkish national head to get He he introduced, the Latin, alphabet to replace the Arabic alphabet It was able to it people were, able to to buy and if you've ever been to stumble you'll know that the, f. s.. B. is everywhere in assembler lead all the Turks drink it so there were a. Lot of cultural changes the the wind about alongside the secularization the question, is now whether whether the if the, secularization is for us whether those cultural changes can. Be, reversed I think the the jury still out on that Yeah so. So we come down to to the fact of course NATO which existed, as a bulwark against Soviet expansion and, I guess you could argue that it's very existence Did pretty much prevent that certainly an awful lot of, western Europe maybe all of it would have. Been gone without NATO the only time NATO per se Has ever used its armed forces as such. NATO members have certainly fought in. Places like the the Gulf wars and Afghantistan but Dato itself I guess acted, in the break-up of Yugoslavia and in Bosnia wondering how Turkey reacted. To that since that involved at Islamic. Sector of that part of the world was Turkey a, reliable NATO ally during that conflict Yes I believe in My Wheelhouse before from what I remember in in London at the time and following the, the, the All very very closely from other recall the the Turkish influence in Bosnia is absolutely essential, to Regaining the peace there and of course the the they will worries the with with the break-up all the Yugoslavia that Greece might, try and Clayton some bits of us having you there as a counterweight against Greece Was very helpful as well as I say this little out my wheelhouse I understand I recommend. Recollection and I, did kind of wonder a feeler I wanted to set up the fact that the trade war. As such a strikes me, as frankly another way for these two countries to go at each other. In other words, there are genuine issues with China and. Opening of markets and the like intellectual property currency manipulation they're genuine economic issues? There and it would seem to me that perhaps that is less. True here in other words, we have genuine trade issues with China do we really have genuine trade issues with Turkey or is this trade war just another weapon to go at each other I think what we're doing is. We're seeing the, I hate to use the word because. The Soviet UC's days but the recognization section to thirty two all the of? The of the of the trade expansion act So that we can use tariffs essentially in place of functions Sanctions oversee have to. Go through congress and congress at the moment is completely dysfunctional and so it's no surprise that the president, is looking around for for two different means to impose sanctions but really thirty two is supposed to be about national. Security and national security emergency and for what I can tell there's no Turkey. Does not pose a national, security threat to the United States so using section two thirty two is really an abuse of what about after that loss to do and really what the president needs is congress to get his. Act together. And impose sanctions. On Turkey that he then false all right we'll come back we'll, talk at some length about that as well as of course we have now economic disputes with a variety of countries in the world China We've mentioned the European Union there questions. About what might come out, of a renegotiating NAFTA should that come to pass and of course then we have the situation with Turkey and they're increasing Islamist viewpoint in that country Ed Murray is our guest by president for. Strategy senior. Fellow with the. Competitive Enterprise Institute and will continue to take a look at just, where this is going as Turkey has been doubling tariffs on many American..

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"uc day" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"Reasons that people suggest why classified as like new networks are susceptible to other solar stay saying that contrary to popular belief the surfaces that these networks learn actually very linear because if you look at the combinations functions like revenue is just a line on the positive executives look at sigma danaged it's such rates after while but if you look at where the change right way with minus one uc day almost behave linearly so one of the biggest punches that people have that sufficient that new networks loaner extremely leaner so insure magic does a co you can imagine us multiple lines which together and so what happens is classified as tend to give high confidence to images that the ryota demand for example if a classified strained on images of cats dogs and you feed it in a major for tiger or narrow plane it can't say that okay never seen this to give its best bet of whether it's a cattle dog that you could say problem the classified that they have no idea about this manifold we used the gun because the height of highly demand for lumbering inside so that you could actually trust what the classifieds predicting i'm curious if you have any thoughts about how your procedure would perform under a multi modal setting where there's again then the generator has a couple of different sort of clever spaces within the manifold that is producing these adversarial attacks what do you mean in modal if it were single modal there would be kind of like like a one trick that the has trying to kind of give you zampa lls that are very in one space like we'll take the cats versus dogs we have at least two modes right because even though we have similarities between cats and dogs they're different objects and even within them you know they have different breeds and that sort of thing so a very sophisticated gan would not just be producing adversary ll examples it would independently produce adversarial cats and dogs and maybe even different breeds of dogs at least in my mind in area that a clever person would go about trying to make better and better ganz and that introduces a little bit more complexity because now the discriminator has to learn maybe from many different styles of adversarial attacks do see the potential problem or how would cowboy deal with those sorts of situations i think the important thing to not in our method native again gnawed the classified have seen any of the temples to the training they're just trained on the pure data original amnesty the original image data's they've never seen other images during the training so yep so they know seen undersold images on the going get questions if you're making a modem on the missile examples that shouldn't be a problem for the gun because it works it strained it's never seen was images during training so it works even without that knowledge to justify finetuning way that you get images not gonna change the process or behavior yeah that's a really interesting strength of it that i take some notice of insert certain papers that i've seen on ganz the idea was well or at least early on people thought let's just take those fooling images include them as negative samples may be the classified to learn to recognize you know the labor wants and also the fooling label but at least what i've seen maybe there's been breakthroughs but for the most part that's a endless game you know you can keep doing that forever and they'll always be new the discriminator will change the generator will change but your independence from seeing the discriminative set and still getting good results kind of speaks to its its robustness in that way exactly on adults speaks to generalization qualities leaded generalize over multiple attacks multiple data sets because it's never seen image the only assumption that has that images are outside demand food ran it'll bring it back until about it and can you tell me a little bit about some of the performance metrics you had comparing to other procedures and on certain data sets we tested on data sets like amnesty fashion cdot than sweep you house numbers you know the kind of things that you could run on a master students salary and the views five different attack methods in all of them were taken from the slightly called clever hans it's part of the tens of florida possibly in each one of them.

"uc day" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on No Agenda

"Yeah i know that it's it's you know well no one's outraged by no one cares i guess where the only one of the few was put it that way just one of the few who really carry are keeping up yes we are let me see you have something before we go into our de blocq here well i've got a on of yet go ahead with what we have one typical funny kleps while just give me one let's start with this let's go the coffee danger coffee is going to kill you know we get reports chocolate and coffee are always all is chocolate great for your chocolates bad for all cob is great for all coffee's bad for you at this one this cabin or taste hear morning captain chao an agency says there is a possible risk of cancer from coffee and wants businesses in california to warn consumers and that fled to highly charged lawsuit here's john black scout coffeeseller's arstide the lawsuit grinding on for years of all honest now i'm getting a little tired of lee has into hohns the pawns the ponds and never ending ponds now that are in moved a lot of news stories if the new story is they think they're just being flippant about whether this is a factor not an but started over start listening for the punch she starts with one he starts with two and they go on and on guy nick near in there and while doing each pong this could add better taste tear morning 'akaola and agency says there is a possible risk of cancer from coffee and wants businesses in california to warn consumers and that fled to highly charged lawsuit here's john black scout coffeeseller's arstide the loss grinding on for years alleges no matter how you make it your daily jolt of java comes with a potential carcinogens acrylamide that's the measure is and coffee turns round ariston carter chemical engineer teachers the science of coffee at uc day.

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"uc day" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"See allegations dot eu tuesday slush nine on radio the porter was vets gone un the next uc day dot democrats eu in the slash house intelligence radio committee saying certified they to will operate in a virginia golan by blackout chef parts of their memo about the fbi's russia investigation flu continues to ensure to palm there's americans no harm all across the country some doctors are saying this is the worst flu season they have seen in decades in a cdc report one out of every thirteen doctor's visits was four flu symptoms according to the city see flu season this year varies across the country there are few states that are seeing a moderate level of activity but the majority of the country seeing an unusually intense level including new york city washington c and even puerto rico the cdc says the flu could last at least five more weeks of flu was responsible for one in ten american deaths last week experts are still figuring out why exactly the season has been so bad in one reason could be an ineffective vaccine this year fox is brian young this report on the effectiveness of this year's vaccine is do sometime next week four people injured in yesterday's crash of a tori helicopter a aim he supporting sporting a stars and stripes hat jacket and sneak has really slowed represent let everyone know the us this here i love my country levers chopper when it crashed around five twenty p m saturday near the quartermaster canyon american spectators taking him the surroundings on the opening weekend of the winter olympics in south korea's some american spectators face many hours if not days of travel to get here but for others it's less complicated i'm actually stationed in career with us army this was a great opportunity for us so easy to spot a bunch of tickets definitely nobrainer trevor fitzgerald on his way to watch the curling and the stay mistaking which team he supporting sporting a stars and stripes hat jacket and sneak has really slowed represent let everyone know the us is here i love my country levin it's fourteen degrees right now to get your home from fox news on the radio twin cities news talk dot com what bob level chills to fifteen below increasing clouds.

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"uc day" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"uc day" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It all happens here on knbr 1050 vase his taubert inland tom tolbert and john lund on knbr these sports leader what's happening to from uh molly lee montage kapalua bay which is absolutely awesome by the way tonight is our first night on our own we've got a bunch of different events up it's could be good interesting but thanks to our good friends have montage kapalua bay having a great time out here and talk some hoops over the years man demonstrate amar led showed olympic scuffled low but last year lost the stamford to their own one but they get tim webs uc day davis aggie he's coming up tomorrow night so we'll talk to him about what's going on with pacific in maybe some of the schedule at that they had a wasn't a monster schedule but it's pretty i from oh scheduled were early on i mean davis's and what you consider a powerhouse by any means but they've been scrappy nevertheless last couple years so we'll ask about their the get nevada our guy uh why muslims boyhood of mamia emas lipid nevada so they got there they were on last night and again if there was a it was a bar and i kept trying to look up there but was working so don't know if they've bite soft look.

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