27 Burst results for "Valla"
"valla" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I am speaking with Paul, Vallas and Paul, I want you to put your child psychologist hat on for a minute. Okay? I saw. Oh, I don't know if it was last week, a little blurb in the news that China was going to, uh, start limiting All the kids in the country could only be using their video games playing video games. No more than three hours a day. I don't know how they were going to enforce it. But that was the That was the thing. Three hours a day. That's all you're going to play video games. And now CNN is reporting today that on top of that they have announced that they are going to ban all foreign textbooks. And apparently, the video game ban and the textbook foreign textbook ban are all an effort to limit or perhaps eliminate Western influence on their young people. I know it's a big government. I know that they have a Bigfoot and they have a lot of control. Do you think these two measures are going to be effective? Well, you know, with the rapid evolution in mass communications, I think I think they're going to be fighting and on an uphill battle. But remember, this is the country that that literally Enacted and enforced the one child, one family one child policy with a vengeance. Self, uh I wouldn't put it. You know, I went, you know, I wouldn't put it beyond them to have the capacity. To do what they're setting out to do, But I think the point that you make about this is this is really in large part, their efforts to not so much to limit the amount of time that the kids are are are spending on video games, but rather to really limit Significantly limit Western influence. I think that's I think that's your primary. I think they're step. That's their primary motivation, and if any country can do it, they can. I mean there's going to be holes in the system. I mean stuff even gets into North Korea for crying a lot, But at the end, that's you know, That's what I'm wondering. First of all, you know, things that are on the Internet are are slippery at best. But kids, I mean, you know, there's such a thing growing up Catholic. I'm very familiar with the concept of forbidden fruit. You know, you say something's off limits and suddenly it becomes like all you can think about and all you want. Do you think that this, um could create Western influence as forbidden fruit? Something that you know the young people of the country are going to be more obsessed with not less. Well, I think I think you're I think you're going to see that and you'll probably see pockets of that. But, you know, they have the capacity to to stole control. And so regiment that society I mean, I I mean, if they're not going to block you, they're going to replace you. You know they have. They're all they have their own version. They have their alternatives to Facebook for for crying out loud. You know what I mean? If anything, they'll try to take these lovers of mass communications and they'll try to Abuse them and transform them into instruments of their own propaganda. So you know, so I think I think it's not going to be perfect, but there and it's certainly going to create resistance and it might Creek it might generate some militancy in the process. But once again, I mean, this is a country that has the ability to literally mobilized to to, uh, to achieve any objective that the that the ruling party's sets up for itself and I, I simply cite what they've done to out to infect millions of Muslims. In China over them. The wigger is yeah, irrespective of the country, The country of you know the region of Tibet, the province of Tibet, or for that matter what they were able to do. I mean, this is something that impacted every family. What they were able to do with the one child. The only reason they abandoned the one child one the one family. One child policy was because the depopulation of the country and the and the aging of the population was was creating significant economic stress, So they didn't abandon it because of resistance. They they they want. They modified the policy. For economic reasons. So you know it's interesting that you mentioned there suppression of the Muslim population. They have been creating these what appear to outsiders to be huge internment or work camps where the Chinese Muslims who are tend to be we gers are are rounded up and and kept. It was interesting. I read something just in the last week that with the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan and a clearly very Muslim government taking hold That the whole dynamic of power over there could be very rocky could could shift quite a bit, and that it's possible with a rather belligerent Muslim government taking hold of Afghanistan that China's treatment of the week Gers might come under more scrutiny in that part of the world than it has before. Some people are saying, Oh, well, you know, now that the United States is tying up all their money, they're going to go to China, but I think it's going to be, um I don't think it's going to be a relationship that they're real comfortable with the way the wigger czar treated and it could be Um, it could be a very interesting negotiation. What do you think about that? You know, I think you're right on target. Let me tell you a story that relates to China when I went to the Sudan, uh and at the invitation of, uh The Carter Foundation. We went down there to meet with people about education about how to build a functioning public school system in the Sudan at the time. It was right after the civil war, and I remember the we didn't recognize the government because the president was considered to be a war criminal. So to speak, or, uh, you know, he had, uh, he had, uh, suppress. Um some of them. A number of the minority groups in the Sudan, Sir, is considered to be up. He was tried by the International court and was considered to be a criminal anyway. Make a long story short. I remember, uh, the Sudanese despite the fact That the Chinese had had filled the vacuum that had been left by the United States, in effect, stepping out stepping away and not look uniting the government. The, uh The Sudanese still wanted some relationship with the United States because whenever the Chinese come in, they come in very heavy handed. And because there is a there's just not that easy assimilation or that there's just that there was a simply a discomfort level.
Making Automated Machine Learning More Accessible With EvalML
"Can you start out. A bit by describing. What the project is in some of the story behind how it got started and what the reason was for creating in the first place. I can talk a little about that. So valla mel as you mentioned is automated machine learning library and so maybe to talk a little bit about what that means. We can talk about the workflow for machine. Learning usually as i think traditionally with machine learning refers to like being the select data and then models and then the model parameters and that's quite difficult to do by hand. I think usually it requires a lot brute force or specific knowledge whether about data science or also just the field and what i think my manager likes to refer to. It's trial by grad student. Basically just a lot of like root for trial and error until auto l. Annabella mel and sue simplified that process so the user instead only have select the data that they care about that describes system of interest and then auto is supposed to help you select both the type of model and also the parameters for your model and a little bit about like how that came to be so i can speak personally at least like i came from a background where i had used machine learning in some of my courses but i wasn't very familiar with it and in the courses where a used machine learning. It was exactly what. I described where i had to use specific models that maybe my for blessings had talked about are. We went over loss. I didn't really understand how to tune the models or exactly how to like get better performance except try different parameters so there was a lot of frustration on my part where i was just trying a lot of different things and like seeing the scores. Go up and down and not really like understanding how to approach it well and spending a lotta time on so. I think because we saw a lot of frustrations out there not just in modeling in data signs process in general about knowledge is created through that process.
"valla" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"I mean they've started referring to people via the area code of burner phones so it sounds like they just utilize a lot of different area codes too so they they knew who chad dave l. was they knew at least about two different burner phones and they knew that in less than one month of chars- valla being shot and killed by alex in less than one month the fbi was aware of burner phones communications and they had identified multiple different burner phones in less than a month. So forever was like. Why don't we have charges. Why don't we have this. Give law enforcement way more credit. They were on top of things. I think earlier than anyone could have pictured except for chandler. Pd fuck them. Yeah okay. they're the only ones on this entire board that get no sympathy or appreciation from me because okay need that we would have a lot. More people are watching us ahead. Those people actually done their jobs. I will not fight you on this phone. I i can see why yeah. And then one of the most recent dumps last night was actually and this is one of my favorite pieces. They read each documenta twelve times. We have the summary of the interviews with alex. Laurie entirely and this all took place. Is everyone knows on july eleventh. Yeah it was just really really interesting to me. In particular tallies jewish described as completely calm. She described the entire ordeal. Charles vow was angry all three of them actually made it look like charles. Valla was godzilla. Who came in. And he came unhinged like completely unraveled and highly said that she grabbed a bat and she went out onto the end of her hallway from her bedroom and charles's in there screaming and he tried to take the bat from her. I mean it was just the way that they described highly..
"valla" Discussed on The Elise & John Show
"Which is that. The technology exists right. Now they're like. Yeah some like looking at black doctors to be like all right layer hands and your eyes on me and let's work together in terms of like being fully embodied and not because i feel like before i got top surgery to get my breasts removed. I was very much like ignoring a whole part of my body. Which going very neutral about parts of my body or or negative about parts of my body and i'm twenty five years young and i am just like very much in pursuit of joy and pleasure for myself. That value centered good In for other people too. So i feel like that's the moment in like valla. Plastic feels like. There's so much. I want to deconstruct. Yeah i wanted. I want to zoom in on embodiment because embodiment to me is so so important. I am for for many resume in camera. Two camera channel. The music embodiment for two reasons. Number one is that i'm reading. I'm reading a book called patriarchy stress disorder and it talks about how she and i mentioned this already a couple times on the podcast but in this book she talks about how any oppress class can apply the things that she talks about with regard to patriarchy stress disorder. Right so she talks about how embodiment is the answer to getting past a lot of traumas and is the answer to find your happiness because you just need to get into your body right and that's actually. My coach. to improv. In general is embodiment. Like i just need to put myself in my body so that i can be present so what does embodiment use the word embodiment. What does that mean like what is uc as embodiment true embodiment. Yeah that's a huge question. That's today. Today i feel like embodiment is a radical act of self love and i see it as just like being able to love every single part of yourself and to love other people enough to show up for them is often as possible..
Would You Ever have Plastic Surgery?
"Question is why. Do people have plastic surgery so indeed. This is a good one to ask. Personally i feel that people want to gain acceptance by changing their outward appearance. I think they feel by getting the enhancement. Their life will be easier than keeping their current physical appearance but there are actually some legitimate use cases but for plastic surgery. But i'm actually referring to the optional cosmetic type here not the reconstructive surgery that people will often undergo okay so i came across a blog post by doctor named dr vintage. Ns i believe his is as a twenty seventeen blog post article that actually broke down different reasons why people get plastic surgery and it goes as follows so reason number one because of an injury so common reason why people decide to have cosmetic plastic surgeries to correct a deformity or defect caused by injury so that seems legit similar to what you were saying. Outside of the the the you're saying you're not referring to reconstruct this falls within that. This is like a reconstructing exact something bad happened or not ideal happened and now you're doing something to correct the situation so that makes sense reason number two because of health issues. They'll health concerns or issues. Are other common reasons why people seek out surgery. Nasal surgery or rhino plastic is a common procedure for people with health issues. And i myself definitely have a. I think we both have a deviated subject. Yeah and i was told that if that was something i wanted to pursue i could and it's like ha no shot interesting definitely not ruling it out completely but not necessarily getting it today. Another reason would be to change something they don't like so if you don't not necessarily like injury or health issue but maybe for some other reason like maybe there's something you don't like about your body people even if there's no medical reason to change people still pursue this avenue to be able to similar to what you're saying which is to create or recreate an appearance for themselves and maybe it's for acceptance or other types of reasoning behind that but that's another reason and then i love this one reason for which is to look younger. Wow this seems to be very much the The the foothold for many folks in hollywood because a lot of our celebrities definitely have this kind of frozen look in time situation going on which is interesting. Take off years off their parents and then the other reason listed in the blog post is to feel more confident and goes on to say one. Last reason people choose is surgery it can help them feel more confident and give them a boost of self esteem. Whether you're having a procedure to fix an injury correct a health problem or change something you long been unhappy with at the end of the process wants. Your results are visible. You'll likely to feel happier and more in control of your body. That sentenced to me seems really loaded. You'll feel happier I think you might enjoy the new appearance. You have in a specific time period. Ray because our emotions are not stagnant they change and hopefully that you like how the surgery turned out. Sometimes you can go for surgery and not actually like the outcome. So i think that that's just a loaded statement there but you can become happy because of the new found attention of feet psychologists to really dive deep into the emotional connection between our physical appearance in our emotional state of being. I think that that's a very. It's a like a broad stroke statement there there. You can be unhappy surgery as well exactly because you're so many ways can feel it's not a guarantee that changing your identity makes you happier true to changed circumstances for sure but remains to be seen are those. Were definitely some valla reasons. Why people get plastic surgery. But we're gonna ask. Would you ever have plastic surgery. So i growing up and today rightly so growing up. I would say vanity was definitely something that was very big and prominent in my household and unfortunately you know i wish i wish i could say you know. I have overcome being being. Not necessarily i think every time i get a pimple of a blemish how how i struggle with that and not to say that i think i'm in any way perfect or in any way ideal but it is i struggle with visible parents my own physical parents and wanting to. I don't know i guess you could be in a state where it feels like. You have perfection but you don't have perfection because my entire life. I've always struggled with weight. I've always struggled with things about my body stretch. Mark scars like things like that. so the idea of plastic. Shorty was something that i definitely romanticized. When i was younger currently at thirty four years old. I would say i wouldn't knock it out of the park is a no but being a mom to be in really excited to our sign this summer. It creates another complication. Because i would not wanna go through any procedure that could threaten my life and take me away from to be one of the most important people ever make and no in my life which will be our son. So i would say if i needed to write your and if i didn't need to probably not but i need to meaning like if if you you know you never know what can happen in life. Rights originated reconstructive. Like maybe because. I do have a lot of congestion issues. Maybe if my deviated septum that would be the only way to make my nose like allow me to breathe and have my nose then. Maybe i would go for
Business Lessons with Michael Teoh
"Michael is served fortune. Five hundred companies across forty one countries. Michael take a minute and filling for the tidbits about your law. Thank you so much andrew into all of you listening to this podcast and watching our interview right now lonzo doctrine that's a piece greeting from where i'm from kuala lumpur malaysia nestled in the heart of asia. Just in between singapore and thailand. A little bit tidbit about me is that i'm very grateful. Where during one of my productivity trainings. That i deliver to leaders around the world. It happened in malaysia. On one fine day. Web president barack obama actually visited my training. The president came for half an hour and it left me pleasantly surprised. Though i was shocked and i didn't know what to say for the next one minute. It was an awkward silence but the president gave his signal that i could carry on and then i carried the session on for the next thirty minutes and then the president came up took the stage gave his speech and we had a great time to connect with each other he gave a very very kind testimonial to the work that i was doing for the valla people because at the end of the day andrew really. I believe it's people like us many hardworking people out there watching this interview right now. Who's listening in. We are the ones that make the world goes round. We are the ones that put food on the table and we are the ones that really the movers and shakers many of us unsung heroes again. Thank you again andrew. And that's one of the reasons why i wanted. I was so excited to agree to be given this opportunity even to appear on your show again. Thank you andrew fantastic. You know. it's an interesting thing. Michael that as a financial guy. A lotta times. I spent my and i've spent my years during the performance of companies. And you know what. I've come to learn over. The years is that financial success has to do with two things number one the leader of the company if it's a bad leader in a bad direction that they choose. It's very hard to have strong. Financial success true so number one is the leader and the number two thing. is that what i've learned. In my opinion you don't need superstars. You need good qualified people but what you need is coordination amongst the management team. That's if you have a good leader and coordination amongst the land management team. That is the secret sauce. And so for all those people listening out there. If you think you're gonna find it in a financial statement. It's not there. Because remember as i always teach in my teaching of people in management i always say and particularly to my finance students finance adds no value. And what i mean by that is that finance is a mirror it is a reflection it is a way. It is a feedback mechanism for management team to judge the impact of their decisions. So i like people to understand particularly financial people. I know a lot of financial friends. Listen to this podcast. I want financial. People always keep in mind. That finance is a supporting function. Just as much as human resources and others and if you go into business only with a focus on finance you'll never get there but if you go into business with focus on management leadership strategy in building a team. That works together. It's unstoppable spot on andrew spa and also. I think you know the other thing about i. I often say to small and medium-sized businesses. Never fear giant businesses. Yeah they are so messed up. They can't easily coordinate. The activities of their management team and of the different business units a very difficult thing to do and they've also fallen prey to the the idea of. Kpi's in the sense that everybody has a key performance indicators that they're pushing and all the sudden you have everybody working hard in their own area but few people thinking about how to coordinate that effort and that's why the coordination of the management team is what really can said a small medium sized business apart and make an impact anyways. Those are those. What's your i mean. You've you've done a lot with large as well as small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the takeaways. Let's just say there's there's listeners here to do have small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the things that you've learned over the years. I believe one of the things. Andrew that i've just had the fortune to work with is with fortune. Five hundred companies as you mentioned across forty one countries and i agree with you spot on and you mentioned some of these large companies. They have a lot of challenges when they're not coordinated or even if the global headquarters is shoes a directive but when it comes to a localization part if they do not work or respect local partners to work with it doesn't work and one thing i find having coach one hundred fifty. Sme's during this pandemic because it is during this time where truth be told andrew if you would ask me. Is it my first preference to work with sms. Truth be told. It's not reason being because during this pandemic when it hit malaysia we ran into a lot now immediately all out. Huge corporate clients decided to freeze training. Funds decided to freeze employees development funds. And i realized that s my business was suffering yet. I didn't wanna give up so what i felt was. Hey if the big boys or the big corporates are not able to pay me. Where else can i bring my company. Where else can pivot. And where else can i add tremendous value. Because i'm a believer if you wanna get paid in. Whatever you're doing do not ask us of what people could give you but instead ask what you can give people so i started asking myself. What value can i give. And that was. When i realized that a lot of sme's struggling they were shutting down. And then i realized that. I coach i train. I guide a lot of bit. Corporates on sales marketing on how to happen entrepreneurial jal thinking and i thought i'm just going to bring all this formula that i've learned from all these big companies and i'm going to localize it personalized to sme's and that was how we help them generate five to six figures revenue during the time when everyone was closing shop independent lockdown that hit malaysia. And then people heard about us across the region and that was how we got invited across south east asia and part of the united states to do trainings consulting and even some mentoring virtually. But if you were to ask me what i really respect from. Sme's that were willing to at least fight. During this pandemic is their willingness that openness to be jal and to be nimble and to assure a-team that things are going to be uncertain. They're going to be uncertain if physician change of a drop of a hat. They must have be emotional audacity the strength to cope with it and to just have that faith that better things will come
"valla" Discussed on Soul Crafting Inner Circle
"For that thing they you are most passionate about. For that thing, the makes your heart sing. For that thing, they will put you out of bed. And make you day the best day of your life every time they you think about it every time they use the you think about it you will smile. All those things. If, you don't act on it. If you don't move forward with it. And if you don't spend time and effort and you live day to day the Valla. Ben. You are doing. A disservice to humanity. Humanity more than ever if you listen to this. You find me here for the first, time? Knees more people like you. Is No we don't have enough. And the ones that they have it. They are often on. Changing one life. Is One. Is. Is, you'll be reward enough. For you to act on your dreams. Don't hold back. We. Need you. We are moving in a different time zone our lives. where? We're GONNA need. All the help that we can get. You are important. and. You have something to offer. As Long. Day You. Don't hurt anyone. You will have my so poor. Either here to support you to go to the next level. Or get out of your way. As long they you don't do anything. To harm others. And then the other. Total inconvenient that we had is will now have my leiper's but because it's something that makes me feel good them. My Heart Sing. As I don't. Though the thing that I see is I people do that. But then they don't charge for it. And what they don't charge for it. They're feel taken advantage. was on something. So natural is like I understand but a half to an. Exchange of energy. Whatever the energy might be, it could be money I used to work with this I used to work with this. Scottish. Lady. who used to leave next to me she didn't have that much money. I was at the time I was I was detained in medical on allows. Treating her with medical chief gone. And they way they she will pay. Me was with.
The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets
"We look at the lives of the prophets to see what we can learn from something. We're supposed to do all the time. Anyway I something that lesson hunting with the other. He wants us to do. That's why he sa- panel with the honor. His put their stories in on We have more detail about them in the highly. And so I wanted to begin by looking at the life of a Ubani Saddam when he says what are you ignore? The Obama who anemia sunny. A little while under Rohani And mentioned a you when he cool to his Lord Indeed. Adversity has touched me. And you are the most messy full Over the muscle said you by the Senate on this Great Prophet of Los Apparently Data. Who many of us have heard of many people love it? They love him so much that they named their children off to the U. Many many a UBIQUONOL massage school. It's families what was so great about this prophet. And what lessons can we take from his life now in in the Times that we're in this situation of where without tells us here in the NBA? He called on a loss of Hanoi Thailand and mentioned a you when he called his Lord. Indeed adversity has touched me. So you buddy. Saddam he says to us about Sapan Donna in Nima Sunny Doda. That has afflicted me something by this happened to me. Then also handle the data in the next Jeopardize the Hoof Akasha abby he indoor The Dallas so we responded to him and removed what afflicted him of adversity will add a now. Who who Miss American or Indiana where they could only live and we gave him back his family and the like there with them as mercy from us and a reminder for the worship of a law so you about this profitable east from the most beloved of creation to Those special human beings that were chosen by a lesson with due to the cleanliness of their hall due to day connection the commitment to a lesson and this great prophet. He's then tested. He's given test that. He can be Shaab that he can take because without a dozen tests. Us doesn't afflicts us with anything that we can't handle you live alone of sin in there was he had a wife. He had children. He added family. He had well he had looks. He had all these things he had a place in society and loss of handle what he tested Ubani Saga by afflicting him with a disease within a an ailment and this caused him to become repulsive to the people he's his skin was was covered in these In this disease and people when they saw him they were repulsed by his life. They didn't want to go near. And so for being this person who was wealthy family Mixed and went about his business went about society about with people as he as we do. He went from that to being somebody who no one wanted to be around. Nobody wants you to see. And he became almost completely cut off. He had His wife who remained him. And there's a evidence from That they were a couple of other people but apart from that you belie Salaam has lost that position that he had amongst you know. Just going about people mixing with them talking to them socializing with that He loses his family and he loses his wealth and of course he's lost his health. Now he doesn't in this area also says you will listen. He says to almost a Muslim. Hi Donna way you if neither a robot who anemic do. He says the. I've been afflicted with adversity. Are you ready? Salaam? Does it make donahue. He just states the fact that I've been afflicted And so powerful that sufficient that was sufficient for a loss of Hannibal at the IDA to know what he wants what he saying and a lust soprano Diana says Though that we answered he's He's plea what he wanted. Even though it's not expressly woods he wanted a lawsuit Hainan with either to alleviate his suffering to fix the situation that he was also colonel. Valla he does the Removes Fiction And obviously he spoke he cool to lessen hand with after say what he was going through with lots of. Hanno with allies names and characteristics that he was looking appeal to at that time. We chose Hamill rocking that you are the most musset full out of those who are masterful. And so this is something that you know the Alabama they often speak about the when you make and you're looking for something from a lesson planning with then use those names those attributes of the loss of Hanuman Island which which linked to the that you're asking for so if it's For example you know we want a lesson hundred dollar to help us We may talk about you. Know we And here you ballet. Salamis looking for balance you have messy upon him and alleviate suffering so he speaks about messy Hanno with either as made his Story reminded fos that no matter what where afflicted we've now specifically in these days they're also people have fallen ill and they're suffering from that. There are those people who've Suffered the loss of livelihood in the same way as Saddam did there are those people who Who are losing family members? They themselves might be fine. Themselves may have gotten better but they have lost family members. So this only things that we may be going through now that Similar to what you really. Saddam expires. a lot of the The impact the effects of the time that we're leaving in the things that we're going through Not even GONNA become a power for a while When things start to settle and the economy in companies et Cetera et CETERA. Start to get back up to speed report. What's going on? We may find a lot. More people are affected their livelihood affected more than we know now because right now he's still a time of uncertainty. So we see we will happens. What's to come but the time that we're in now And the time to come whatever time it may be cool for something which is central to the story of. Are You Ready Center? And that. His patients his sub. We'll talk about that a bit later. what does patients look like? Now in our time patients would be when we were afflicted when something's difficult Is facing us so I do know some brothers who have lost their jobs One of others. He called me yesterday and spoke to me about the fact that he's sees Joel So these people don't know that for a fact now and there's those that don't know that for sure at the moment when something like that happens. There is an inclination forms. You know in some of us for many reasons It may be because of our background. They may be because away from that when something bad happens when something difficult happens the first instinct is to turn to some of those bad things from our background so someone may tend to drugs. Someone may may tend to You know other things other things. I don't mention them in the fear that people think it's okay to time to these things Because it's not a loss without when he speaks about patients and that's why we're talking about. It's not what is patients. Look like that when these things happen when these hardships they strike then a less Hannah what the ISLA expects from us that we tend to him. that's what patients looks like. We turned to him in Dora. We to humidity bad. We tend to him in controlling our our souls and containing ourselves. No not saying not doing things which will be displeasing to handle data and some of us have and some of us. Have you know so The person that I was speaking to that was one of these big fees that my initial reaction was not a good one but not much to handle without food or she and and I reminded the Butler that we can always make you turn into a lesson on it and we should in the doer of told by his own.
"valla" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia
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Is Copying a Shameless Tactic?
"I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to top talk of Valla Tornado going to talk about it. We're GONNA talk about well if copying is a shameless tactics of what do we mean by this. Exactly we're talking about Copying Neil. Yes Oh in marketing marketing. Your competition is doing something or other people in your industry even if they're not your competition they're doing something to grow their traffic to go. There leads to grow their sales now. The question Shen is if you copy what they're doing. Is that a bad thing. Or is that a good thing and a prime example of this is Eric. I've done it as well many times. uh-huh but Eric. Recently I talked about one of his new features on click flow and I submitted a product top and his new feature tells you if your content is decaying in other words is you're getting less and less traffic over time and what you should do to fix it and best of all the feature is one hundred percent free correct hundred percent free so one of the comments that someone left was. Hey you're copying us. This isn't cool. Some people got website. Most people didn't really care about some people got upset. Some people said I was copying even though I submitted Eric's Url and it wasn't my company the hot air to respond those funny funny enough. Some of them even hit up people on my team being like this and they're like this isn't Neil Company in their dislike. Sure it isn't okay. Sounds but in general you know is it okay or not and before before I answer that and I would. I'd love to answer before you Eric because usually I want you to break down. What was your logic behind doing this? So we launched a feature recalled content decay for click flow and basically the way we saw was that it's a feature so wanna give credit where credit is due. There's a content marketing agency called animals and they launched a they launched it on product called revive the last couple of months ago. Now here's how I saw it my logic behind. This is what I look at facebook and facebook has. The instagram has stories. FACEBOOK has stories right. They have to get the stories feature from they got up from snap. And so when I look at this I'm like okay. This is a good feature. It's a nice little lead magnet that we can use premium to get leads to drive into our software which fundamentally is not competitive with animals at all they might use it to drive leads for their content marketing agency but we have an entire software suite with a bunch of different features the testing. I'm not even GONNA go into all features but that's why the way I explain it when one guy came in I said look they have a really good feature and where we're using it to basically generate leads obviously to toll the US news but fundamentally were not competitive at all versus when you look at like a facebook copying snap that is they are competitive and they are copying but even in that scenario Ariel My personal opinion. But I guess I'M GONNA turn it over to you to answer first and then I'll give my thoughts on it because I think you wanted to answer i. So that's my logic behind it and turn it over to you. The reason I want an answer I guess is you who got the negative press for. I got some swale even though it wasn't me but the reason on answer. I is a want to give my neutral troll viewpoint on this no matter what business. You're in someone's GonNa copy a question of when you look at all these venture backed companies people copy each other. Google isn't the only player in around you know there's being who tries to copy their features. facebook tries to copy snap. Apple will copy whoever else. This is out there like Samsung. The list goes on and on and this is just the reality of the world that we're in now in most cases in marketing. You're seeing people copy things he's like all you're doing sem Seo or paper click or hey you're doing e books Ahmadou e-books or you did one on this topic I'm GonNa do at are you. Did a conference around inbound marketing marketing ominous do my own inbound marketing conference and as I mentioned the list goes on and on no eric did was he did that. What the software feature? That's not as common but it'll become more and more common. You see the bigger companies do that and I know they weren't happy with him doing so but the reality is Eric's not going to be the first. I've done this as well. I'm not saying this is great. And everyone should do. I'm saying this is the reality of the environment wherein if your competitors are doing something that's amazing that other other people love you better start doing it too or else your users are all going to go to your competitors and events. You're going to be out of business. It sucks but it's the reality whether whether you like it or not so when you think about copying it's not about hey is it cool or not. It's the reality is consumers. Don't care about the company Buzney as much as they did before what they really care about is experienced the price are they getting all the features that they want. And if you don't provide it someone else's and if someone else's and you're not you have no choice but to add it in. Yeah I mean that's well said the last part you said about the customer experience that's ultimately what you're trying to do. You're trying to. You're trying to help your customers now. Let's take it on a much bigger scale. Let's look at Amazon now. Here's people are complaining about this right now. Amazon is using the data that they have and their copy. A lot of people they copied Alberto products are copying a ton of different products. Right now because they know what works. What doesn't work now? Would you say that shameless. Some people might say shameless. Because it's hurting them or some people you might not like. Jeff bezos Amazon. But you know what tough luck. That's what happens and same thing with when I look at this podcast. A lot of stuff that Neil Ni- share. Guess what want. Sometimes I'll mention something or neil might mention something and it actually hurts. Someone's entire business. Because we reveal the niche dot. They're in at everyone starts copying right so copying is is. What does that quote neal is that I think it's something about Picasso? Great Artists Steal and nothing goes steel. Right but I'm saying if you're going to copy do something ethically and don't try to in my scenario. I'm not really hurting anybody right and again. We're not competitive with that company. So whether you are learning from podcast and you're copying tactic modifying it for yourself. That's exactly what I'm looking at it. I'm taking the feature which is Great. I'm giving credit where credit's due revive by animals and taking it and switching at a little because I'm I'm using to drive leads for a software not for an agency which is what they are
The predatory publishers sucking science's blood (Summer Season)
"The confusion between the open active publishing movement and predatory journals eased perhaps for another edition of the show it controversial you both charge authors to publish their pipers. Instead of plugging raiders subscribe with phase. So the open access document for that. Is that opened up on knowledge like never before afraid that up from behind traditional general pie walls but come believe the orthopedic model creates an inherent conflict of interest and that prey traded tree publishes of taking advantage of that in order to build prophet and the taking advantage of gone to who are desperate to get published in the publish. This you'll perish culture at dying. Some of them are taking up the offer because they're being tricked by the predatory publishers. And that's why I use the term predatory because they're preying on them. They're they're preying on their weaknesses that people need to get published so people are earning degrees. People are getting promotions at universities. People people are earning tenure. In some cases based on a publications in low quality fake predatory journals that don't conduct any peer review and have almost no settling at all they accept everything and we've also learned that Pharmaceutical companies are publishing their research to justify the the efficacy of their new medicines are using predatory journals to do that as well. What do you think the K.? Drive is of the predatory journal Sane has been. It's easy easy money. Jeffrey Built Blackley to all of predatory journals grew in influence as did his reputation. Publish publishes the now the push back angrily at him at criteria for inclusion on the lease at Lone ranger approach at he denora antagonism them of open active publishing some went straight to he'd universities Ladyship to attack your credibility and he became a kind of hybrid of hero in. I'm Tara how did he university respond for the most part for the first few years they were supportive of me and the legal office did help me. Could I have some tricky situations you know that. I had gotten in because of the threats from the publishers but towards the end I think they grew weary of me A.. And the support decreased. Dav receive pressure to shut Daniel blog from your university. I received the pressure but it wasn't pressure to shut shut down the blog. Things became increasingly uncomfortable towards the end before I retired I retired a year ago. Did it become uncomfortable. The university he did that some things I used to have an office and they took me out of an office and put me into a cubicle. They hired a new person to work in the library. He had two years of library experience and they made him be my supervisor. And you know part of Predatory publishing there's a broader context to it. There's a social movement behind open access publishing. A lot of people want to kill off the traditional publishers and had them all replaced with open access journals so that everybody throughout the world connects us all published research and it's a very Left wing social movement. And so the person that came in as my supervisor was among among those people and so we had strikingly kingly different ideologies about scholarly publishing. So that was way a pressured. Me Why did you. Shutdown bills leaked in in two thousand seventeen taint it has reincarnated with anonymous editors income since to protect themselves from what you went through. But why did you decide to shut it down. Well in January array of that year. I learned that the university was working with one of the publishers on my list and the results of that was that the university initiated a research. I misconduct investigation against me and I knew I hadn't engaged any research. Misconduct myself because research misconduct means means of falsification fabrication or plagiarism. By definition and I knew I hadn't done any of that yet they started this case against me and I felt very stigmatized passed by it and that kind of sealed it for me with the university. I you know take another action against me and now here was something major research misconduct case. And that's why I decided to stop the list. What was the outcome of that case the outcome in July of twenty seventeen was snow? Research misconduct found at that. Make you feel it made me feel horrible. I felt like my own university that I worked at for seventeen years. I was turning against me and I felt stigmatized and I felt like I really can continue the work. And that's why I shut down the blog and the lists you you think that builds leaked with attributes of that action. Sure it was a publisher that they worked with was a big one and the predatory Tori publishers. The ones that are doing really well are rich. They have lots and lots of money. They can hire lawyers to go after people and they can organiz well. And there are several very large very successful predatory publishers out there and and they have a lot of power and they we'll go after anybody who threatens their income publisher the publisher was frontiers. So you just ask them to be predatory publisher. Yeah Yeah and I had lots of evidence from stuff that they had published. They published an article about Chem trails in the Sky Cam conspiracy theory yeah. They published an article about that which they quickly retracted. After I wrote a blog post about it. They they published an article saying that. HIV doesn't cause AIDS. So I had lots of lots of solid evidence that they weren't really conducting Valla Peer Review Diet. It's not necessarily making them a predatory publish plenty of crap lanes up in good journals But it gets gets retracted and publishing junk. Science is one of the criteria that I use to evaluate publishers if you submit in an article to a publisher thinking it's good publisher when they're publishing crap science poor science that is a type of predation against on researchers. They don't want to be associated shared with junk science. And for the University of Colorado Dame Vera. Where Jeffrey held a tenured faculty position would not comment on any research? Misconduct misconduct investigation but told not friction that the university quote defended and supported perfect to build academic freedom to do predatory publishing part of scholarship.
Milwaukee police make arrest after man attacked with acid
"Milwaukee police have arrested a man in connection with the weekend acid attack from the W. ice in his room Benjamin yeah there are questions about the motive in a weekend acid attack in Milwaukee police say they have a man in custody in connection with the attack but they're not saying much more it started with an argument over a parking spot Friday night my who'd Vallas says a man called him any legal if your battery acid in his face the others is an American citizen there are advocates in Milwaukee who won hate crime
What's next for Alabama after star LB Dylan Moses' injury?
"Dylan moses <music> star linebacker for the alabama crimson tide <hes> has been ruled out indefinitely me injury requiring surgery <hes>. He's gonna be out obviously. That's a devastating blow for the for the tide <hes> particularly when you've got a team like clemson we trevor lawrence way with georgia and furmano's boys waiting would oklahoma jalen hurts former ormoc quarterback at alabama outta starting quarterback that oklahoma and the lincoln riley him waiting. There's a lot going on make no mistake about it and it's gonna it'll be really interesting to see what transpires what unfolds in the weeks to come. <hes> that's devastating loss <hes> looks. It's like a season ending. Injury doesn't look like a dilemmas. We'll be back at all so that's a devastating loss. Valla alabama make no mistake about it just absolutely positively devastating. Nick savings gotta figure out here something out tornado sia. That's what he's suffering from.
News in Brief 14 August 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations the u._n. Assistance mission in afghanistan says it is gravely concerned at reports that eleven seven civilians were killed during a state-sponsored security operation in a tweet on wednesday unanimous said that they had died in a search operation carried out in paktiya province in the east of the country during the festival earlier this week accountability is essential and harm to civilians must stop the mission insisted fisted the development which reportedly claimed the lives of students comes as unit continues to support preparations for the delayed afghan-led presidential election due due to take place at next month. Paraguay should take action to prosecute those responsible for the illegal use of fertilizers that allegedly led to the death of one farmer pharma and the poisoning of at least twenty others a u._n. Appointed panel of independent experts has said according to the human rights committee the large-scale spraying of of toxic agrochemicals in canon day department in the east of the country has severely impacted living conditions health and livelihoods it said in a statement that despite despite samples being found in people's homes that showed the presence of banned chemicals many years ago subsequent investigations had made no substantive progress and had not led to any any finding of criminal responsibility ought to the address of the harm caused the expert panel maintained that water resources and aquifers had been contaminated by industrial soybean food production that it caused the loss of fruit trees the death of farm animals and severe crop damage the committee also highlighted a court ruling in paraguay which found that the authorities authorities had failed to protect people from the toxic products while also calling for a buffer zone between housing and growing areas and finally to the conference on disarmament in geneva where the u._n.'s top diplomat there has urged governments to be more successful in tackling global threats to peace tatyana valla via. Who's the first woman secretary general of the conference on disarmament armament as well as the first female director general in the swiss city wanted escalating tensions around the world who are severely jeopardizing the gains made in the last forty years at the conference prince by member states new scientific technological developments and dynamics were challenging international security misspell via insisted while also calling for the conference to who overcome their differences and such results for us to move forward and get things done to deliver on the important mandate without on this body we must i ensure that the conference does what it was intended to do to negotiate and the new instruments gathering complex sensitive and urgent urgent issues of national and international security issues that impact on every living being on this plant ms valla virus comments followed recent ending ending of the intermediate range nuclear forces or an f. treaty between the united states and russia in a statement at the beginning of the month u._n. Secretary general antonio guitarist i underline the need to avoid what he called destabilizing developments and to urgently seek agreement on a new common path for international arms control daniel johnson. You're news.
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"valla" Discussed on KCRW
"At last night's Academy Awards had been over who would get best picture would Roma become the first foreign language film to win would Black Panther be the first superhero movie to get the Oscar or could Spike Lee movie black klansman win the top prize NPR's. Mandalit del Barco was on the red carpet and in the press room at the Dobie theater in Hollywood to report in the end green book took home the Oscar for best picture. The movie is set in the deep south in nineteen sixty two a story about African American pianist, Don, Shirley, and is Italian American driver. Tony Valla Longa. Here's producer, Jim Burke. We made this film with love. And we made it with tenderness, and we made it with respect. Mahershala Ali won best supporting actor for his work in the film plane. Don, Shirley, whose essence he said he tried to capture. But when they won for best picture, the filmmakers did not think surely whose family contested the story, it was co written by Valla longest son, Nick who picked up the Oscar for original screenplay in the press room. Valla Longa defended his version saying that Shirley had given him his blessing to tell his dad's story he told me if you're going to tell the story you tell it from your father me, no one else don't speak to anyone else. That's how you have to make it an also he told me don't make it's left. I pass away. I'm gonna you from New York, they call that a standup guy. I kept my word to the man that along that said he was nervous on stage. He wasn't the only one. Ooh. Genuinely quite stressful. Delightedly befuddled Olympia. Coleman seem genuinely surprised to beat out blend close for her best actress Oscar Cullmann one for her role as Queen Anne and the favorite and then go who's speech on the Tel. You never know. I I used to work as a cleaner and I loved that job. I spend quite love my time imagining piece wrap up right, okay..
"valla" Discussed on Eating For Free
"Italian assistant and chauffeur named Tony Valla Longa played by Vigo Mortenson to accompany him on a concert tour through the south green book. It's supposedly gets its title from the real life motorist guide used by black travelers to avoid certain locations, prone to racial violence and discrimination. And as it heads into its final stretch of the. Oscar's campaign. It has been bogged down by a series of high-profile scandals. So let's break them down. I is September eighth two thousand eighteen Vigo Mortenson uses the n word in a post screening Cuna for those of you. Don't know he's very very white to agree. So outta post-screening CUNY for green book and L A Vigo Mortenson said people don't say in certain word here anymore, which reportedly took all the air out of the room and shocked everyone involved he was seated directly next to Muhammad Ali and later had to clarify that he had been trying to make a point about how many people casually use the n word at the time in which the movie's story takes place. He also released policy in the next say saying do not use the word in private or in public after directly using the word in public. He also said I am very sorry. That I did use the full word last night. And I will not utter it again law Ali released a statement saying that. However, well, intended, or intellectual the conversation may have been it wasn't appropriate for him to say he also added that Mortenson has made it clear to me that he's aware of this and his apologized profusely. Okay. Couple months later on November twenty first the Shirley family denounces, the movie entirely so on NPR's movie club Shirley's youngest and left slipping. Brother Marie Shirley as well as his niece. Carol, Shirley, Kimball insisted that green book is a depiction full of lies. They went onto ad that the film, which is written by Tony Valla longest, son. Nick Villalonga Longo was once again, a depiction of a white man's version of a black man's life and to depict him and take away from him into make the story about the hero of a white man for this incredibly homeless back man is insulting surviving. Members of Shirley's family. Have also continued to spew details of films such as Tony Valla Longa..
"valla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"valla" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"That's cool. Right. That's cool school that we won the Super Bowl even though New England one, but we really want. You know, what I mean, it's like bucking. I don't give a fuck of referee Valla Ademir, Putin blew the fucking call. I don't give a shit you fucking lost. You lost bro? The way. I look at this. They had Bernie Sanders. Joe Biden, a man you had Bernie Sanders, but you drank the fucking juice of being cooling a woman president you get up and down like a fucking Momo. You know, you fool the country one. I'm not saying full the country, but Abana was one of those weird presences. It wasn't going to happen twice, bro. You know, the who said it best. We won't get fooled again. Yeah. We won't get fooled again, but the fucking smoke and mirrors and the pre hisses, and you know, I know people who buying close to Hillary party Clinton parties. Oh, yeah. On the west side like this. How fucking garrisoning got like. And had a sit there and watch that fucking tell prompt, you know, me I don't give a fucking. I think we're doing a podcast with detoro with the tour. Oh, man. Nikki. Yeah. I'll give to Dick's about nothing. You know, if you know, how hard we've worked in our lives, and what we went through that wasn't a president there to help us fucking time. Not one. When I was fucking. I remember when I got thrown out of the benders. It was fucking Reagan shot you think when he was laying down the floor. He goes hold on, Joey, I got a place the move to know, right? Reach out. That's why learned about bureaucracy was my mother died. That's when I really learned yet. What this country's all about? It's we're going to give you money to do eighty two papers by the time. It's like what they do you. Now when you call sprint to tell them that you have a Bill problem. They put you on hold so long just hang up. Time is worth you know, what I'm saying with bureaucracy. When my mother down I had to go down every other week. All you have to bring the mortgage. Now, I'm at sixteen. We'll get a mortgage book from the bucket house that what mortgage book every week it was like more and more shit. And I was taking a bus out the Newark. Sometimes I get a ride but most of the time to take a bus at three o'clock in the afternoon and come back at seven eight o'clock at night, I learned about bureaucracy and our government to heart fucking way. Yeah. Because when you need something it's gonna fly paperwork and more paper and come back three weeks from Thursday. You know, it's like you get hurt on the job. Thanks, you three weeks for disability kick it most American families. They can't wait three fucking through. Now, not at all fucking fucking three weeks things a fucking, by the way, everything that's why take smoker week. That's why I took the place at Harris. I got off a bigger place that would charge more for tickets. And and and I said, no, my fans can't do that. And I won't do that too. Okay. You wanna fuck and go pay one hundred twenty dollars and laugh it fucking sought jokes from J Seinfeld. Hey, there it is. If you want thirty five dollars may banging you in the face. And Doug about teabag and bitches. I got you covered. I'll give you way more fucking labs, then he will. But if you want to spend that money, it's there. But man, my fans are coming from everywhere. Do though the church people you guys have fucking show on up like nobody's business. Nobody's biz drive. We the Vikings to go. They go and the coming out. And because of all the love you show me my first two weeks church. We're going to give away. All right where we will be talking to late. Let's get all you fucking the real deal, motherfuckers. Okay. All right. They and and you've gone win. You start tweeting about may and mad flavor and the flying Joe Tammy Tammy's dole official winner. She's the first one. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. She's already fucking dust. Good to go. She July good. She's one. That's no problem. But we gotta get good some more Larry out there. Just, cultivate, and he hasn't even gone to the show noble. D I'm bringing okay. So I'm bringing Darren from. Yeah. Rondo..
"valla" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"New school buildings and renovated through in fifty. And I all the man that high schools with the exception of Willian and put IB programs enable at school. We put so many programs in schools that made the schools more attractive and more peeling that are enrolled meant grew by over thirty thousand during our six year tenure and let me point out that in the last four decades only six years that the district has seen a growth. In student enrollment was the six years that I was superintendent. So I spent six inch call and then I decided to challenge the political organization by. Challenging by running for governor against Raba Gorkhas. And of course in that race, despite the fact that the political status from worked against me. I only lost by one and a half percentage points of quarters. Now, I went on other public service technologies in rob ROY Vish wanted sale for at least fourteen years. So but after I left Chicago very quickly. I've ran I took on other major public service challenges has invited by the governor of Pennsylvania to come and help financially stabilize and improve the Philadelphia schools in the states over in two thousand one in after the devastating earthquake hurricane in in in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. I was asked by governor black hole in the senior centers Senator Mary Landrieu take over the rebuilding of the schools in New Orleans. I headed the New Orleans Louisiana recovery school district, which was for rebuilding the New Orleans public. Schools after Katrina, and then overstating place in Haiti and then later in Chile national work with the international community to rebuilding work to rebuild the schools. The devastated the school systems in in both those countries which will heavily am it's because of the because of those devastating earthquakes earthquake in Haiti actually killed quarter of a million people. And so so I did international relief like that before returning to the United States to work for the Justice department and Sally Yates in camping education, and I'll compare them training in the federal system at the time. She was deputy the United States later became deterrent general, and then the the last district I had civility for was once again invited by the governor of Connecticut to come in and to financially, stabilize and rescued the public school system that. Was on the verge of bankruptcy on this day took school system, and they invited me to come in and develop a strategy for splice in the system. So you see a pattern here? My coach has always been to accept any public service challenge to me, no matter how daunting and so I've so obviously, I've I've had a number of various challenging and very extreme public service, which is rewarding poke service challenges over the years. And and so that's that's kind of that's been my record for public service. I'm reading from air, quite frankly because as more than city it as really paying me to see what's happened in the city over the past decade. You know, the city has we have a murder rate that exceeds L in New York combined. We've lost seven percent of our property values. I'm residential properties since two thousand and eight recession reflecting the fact that new investment and new economic development is only. Occurring in about ten of the fifty wards. In other words, eighty percents of the city has seen. No, economic development. No real economic investment. There are communities on the west side and south side that are in depression conditions in have been in depression conditions for the last three or four decades. You know, we have major infrastructure problems. We have lead in our water, which no one attempted to develop a plan to address we are basically taxing and finding and them the middle class and and working family out of the city. You know in the last since two thousand sixteen the CDs raised property taxes fees and fines in excess of one point six billion dollars. So clearly there are many there are, you know. After crossroads. And of course, we have a school district. That's been in free-fall since my departure. The school district has lost the thousand students and the city colleges has lost one third of its student population reflecting the fact that those institutions are simply inviting the type of qualities versus and choice that will keep people into system, and that will help return students to the system. So the city's has great challenges, and I feel my experience in managing large government positions in and Mathur's in designing budgets that were vehicles from serving in the communities in.
"valla" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"What a fucking match though might my my little maybe my favorite match of the weekend i think so i mean you know valla teen and ricochet was was was very sweet and the man event was just you know was great but i didn't mind the fuck in the title match with allistair black too yeah yeah i'm not putting it up there but i enjoyed good sure i mean the women's match was the crowd ruined for me oh that'll happen he getting coffee and that'll be it in turn off police he's so he's very rude no he couldn't be more rid to me that fuck it bump that biff that only oranje took on the top rope oh my god the fucking it's like how do you make your back oh my god that was fucking so vicious i've never seen some somebody do that yeah but even like ricocheting velveteen when they did the vertical suplex the fucking floors jesus christ guys yeah pretty fucking wild man it's funny the main event i was like i was like man these two are so good like why are we doing like a gimmick match because it's it it took a while for me to get into it yeah i think i i think i preferred the the last one to that one big time yeah big time because you know as soon as you as soon as a garbage can comes out i'm like yeah this is just such a also for whatever reason i've just never i recognize how good he is but i've just never been able to get completely behind gargano he's got no personality like the believability of something there's something i had to fast forward their package before the match because when he's trying to act fired up and angry yeah i was like oh no no no no no no no no yeah yeah i don't know like it's one of those things where i you know i he's just like he has to stay a baby face because he does not have the charisma to be a he'll yeah yet anyway what what he's bruno san martino time what did you see to what you eat i'm not choosing any here i can hear it in your mouth no what'd you say what did you did you drumstick while you're because listen man this is not how you fuck with me right a lot of ways fuck with me voy get outta here you're your little fucker the little fucker pose about open clinton's need to know right now what you're doing on ending the show completely or just this particular episode right now when you came up the stairs what were you just need to know and then we can move on go ahead do it that's not gonna cover nam you fucking went back going stairs i had to follow may add mccarthy redhead thank you for five years of amazing record here anymore record at my place in car might place too okay good i i'm pot by so many more tom tom point get buckets make them myself of ritual michael johnny gargano he's a natural born baby face bruno head burrow head personality i mean he he wasn't like the cray but he was in stop it he was he was not.
Betsy DeVos: School safety commission won't examine role of guns
"In public is charged with attempted first degree murder and battery a tribune investigation into how chicago public schools failed in handling sexual abuse reports by students has pushed the district bake some changes of former assistant us attorney is now reviewing the incident and the politics are already in full swing wgn's david jennings mayor emanuel's as there are plenty of people who should be in line to take share of the blame teacher to colleagues the ceo the bureaucracy the mayor walsh responds to bear was blasted by primary challengers paul vallas and laurie light would for far too many cps kids and their parents their schools were not a sanctuary of safety but rather places where children were victimized by predators who masqueraded as concerned teachers coaches and staff jennings wgn news fatal rogers park fire early tuesday morning may have been are sent witnesses say fifty one year old maria silva jumped from a third floor window to escape flames she did not survive it happened at two in clark investigators now say that fire may have been set intentionally primary election results in eight states should be in by later this morning some projections have already been nnounced california's polls are now closed democrat gavin newsom and republican john cox will advance to november's midterms there in the gubernatorial race other closely watched races in california may not be decided until later today racists they're of particular importance to democrats in their quest to take back control of the us house will cover results from all eight states throughout these overnight hours in our later reports and the us education secretary will host another listening session later today as part of president trump's school safety commission abc's serena marshall has more from capitol hill session follows betsy devos the education secretary and chair of the commission testimony on capitol hill tuesday where she told senator patrick layhee commissioner look at the role of firearms as it relates a gun violence in schools that is not part of the commission's charge per se even as they try to find according to her.