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The Paradigm Shift From Science to Religion
"Stephen, you believe, and I also believe that we're at a we can call it a tipping point a paradigm shifting inflection point in western culture where over the decades, the arguments for God have become so strong that with books like yours and others, there's a shift going on. Now, you're really, you're in a world where you talk to actual scientists, do you find that scientists are out there are quietly saying yes, this seems clear, the arguments in your book return of the God hypothesis are compelling. What do you, what do you hear out there in that world? Yeah, I do think there's a shift going on. I was very pleasantly surprised that some of the endorsements that came back from for the book from scientists to whom the publisher had sent it. And very prominent people and Nobel laureate, you mentioned professor Jim tour at rice university. It was one of the top organic chemists in the world and nano and nanotechnology specialist. We've had them. Scientists recently who's come to affiliate with our work at discovery Institutes with top paleontologists in the world who sometime between 2009 and 2016 had a big rethink of the materialistic Darwinian perspective that he had long held and embrace the theory of intelligent design and eventually publicly announced that he had become a theist and indeed even a Christian and be Gunther Beckley a great German paleontologist. Where is he in Germany? He was at the Stuttgart museum of natural history, the largest Natural History Museum of curator there. It was made somewhat unwelcome after he announced that he supported intelligent design. Well, does this get to the idea though that you still have it's just fascinating to me that there are people that say, no, no, no, you can't talk about that. I just find this fascinating because look, we saw this in Galileo's day, right? Galileo says, hey, I've got some evidence here. He was a Christian. Anybody who wants to talk about that in my book, he was a profound Christian. And he says, look, look at the telescope here, the evidence, and they said then, no, no, no, we can't talk about that. That's unseemly, that's preposterous. It's offensive, it's blasphemous. The same thing is happening today. A guy like gunter Beckley tremendous credentials, tremendous credibility in that world. The moment he seems to side with you or people who are theists, suddenly the German scientific world says we don't like you anymore. And also Wikipedia. He was a great paleontologist until he announced this, and then his page was erased. But, you know, I'm really undeterred by that because this thing is catching on worldwide. And it's a bit immodest but for people who wonder, go to my web page, look at the book endorsement. It's amazing the breadth of scientific the breadth of the scientific opinions that have been lodged in favor of this idea that science is pointing
Apple Acquires Classical Music Streaming Service Primephonic
"Apple has acquired the classical music streaming service prime phonic giving users six three months of apple music and apple also is gonna launch. Its own classical music app. Probably using prime phonic as the basis in two thousand twenty two quoting the verge effective immediately prime phonic is no longer accepting new customers and the service as it exists today will shut down on september seventh apple says prime phonics playlists and exclusive audio content will be first to be integrated into apple music down the line. It'll add quote the best features of prime phonic including better browsing and search capabilities by composer and by repertoire. Detailed displays of classical music meta data plus new features and benefits and quote in a show of. How serious apple is about appealing the classical fans. The company says quote a dedicated classical music app will launch next year. That will use prime phonics quote classical user interface that fans have grown to love and quote. Prime phonic launched three years ago. And it's team says this deal is about scale and reaching more listeners. As a classical only startup we cannot reach the majority of global classical listeners. Especially those that listened to many other musical genres as well. The company wrote a note on its web page. We therefore concluded that in order to achieve our mission we need to partner with a leading streaming service that encompasses all music genres and also shares our love for classical music and quote according to prime phonics. Faq customers with an active subscription will receive a pro rated refund though also beginning a code to redeem six free months of apple music and quote.
Two teen girls charged with murder in Washington DC carjacking death of Uber Eats driver
"When you needed one. That's how relatives this morning described the driver who was killed this week locally and what d C police say was an attempted Carjacking that led to a crash Tuesday near Nationals Park. The family of 66 year old Mohamed Anwar of Springfield has launched a go fund me to raise money for a traditional Islamic funeral and additional expenses. The Web page says. Anwar was a Pakistani immigrant who came to the US to create a better life for himself and his family. And he was the bird. Winner and war was an uber driver and the company confirms he was making an uber eats delivery when the attack happened to girls just 13 and 15 years old, are charged with murder and armed Carjacking in this case. Michelle Bash. W T o P News So
GoFundMe launched for victim’s family after Washington DC carjacking turned fatal
"Provided a smile. They say when you needed one. That's how relatives this morning described the driver who was killed this week, and what d C police say was an attempted Carjacking that led to a crash Tuesday. There. That's part. The family of 66 year old Mohamed Anwar of Springfield has launched a go fund me to raise money for a traditional Islamic funeral and additional expenses. The Web page, says Anwar A Pakistani immigrant who came to the US to create a better life for himself and his family. And he was the breadwinner and war was an uber driver and the company confirms he was making an uber eats delivery when the attack happened to girls just 13 and 15 years old, are charged with murder and armed Carjacking in this case. Michelle Bash w T O P News So far more than $61,000 has been raised for Anwar's family
Airliner Hit By MANPAD!
"So i wanna tell you about an airliner a airbus. A three hundred guinea hit by a man pad. So you're wondering probably wondering what is a man pad that is a man portable air defense system. mp a day that's Looks like a bazooka. It's a shoulder. Mounted sam surface to air missile. And it can be carried by antibody. Because it's not very heavy and has a three pound warhead now. Three pound warhead. Doesn't sound like he'll do a lot of damage what it can knock a big airplane out of the sky now when i was in vietnam We were called. Destroy la back. Then the sa seven and it's picked up the name grail also but in russia they still call it destroy. It's a russian Device and back then. It was heat-seeking only work only hit your airplane from behind what we were would home in a basically on a heat source which typically is the exhaust but now they have a new version of the strella which can home in on an airplane from the front. Also so here. Is this eighty three hundred Taking off from iraq going there. They're headed toward took out from baghdad. Headed toward bahrain and a three man crew of was seen firing one of these mad pads and it struck the airplane. There's a picture in our our in our Web page of what. It looked like after that airplane got struck it was struck in the left wing and fortunately it was right after takeoff so the left wing fuel tank was full so there was no fuel air vapor in the tank because if they've been vapor that would have been highly explosive but it was bernie and The missile in addition to punch a big hole in the wing took out the hydraulic system. So now the the crew is flying this airplane with no flight controls. They're doing like what united airlines flight to thirty two did. They're using differential thrust to manage the the the altitude the heading the airspeed. They're using that to fly around and try to come back and land back at back at baghdad and it took about ten minutes for them to get back around now. The flight engineer on this flight was doing a magnificent job because if the left if the source of fuel to the left engine had run dry. They wouldn't have been able to control the airplane anymore. They needed all of their engines for differential thrust. They needed both engines to be able to to operate so that they could maintain directional control. So he's constantly monitoring the state of fuel in the left wing when the state of fuel is leaking out dramatically. And he's using crush meeting to get fuel back to the other engines so that they could continue to power both engines so they brought it in. They made a landing. They didn't incredible job made landing. They were not able to control the airplane. What's it was on the ground than it went for. Like a thousand feet off the runway. But but no one was injured. The airplane was substantially damaged and it eventually was scrapped. So why do i bring this up. Well man pads are available everywhere They ever virtually every country where there's any violence you will find that. There are men pads. If you look on on wikipedia you'll see a list of countries where there is is documented documented. Proof that they have man pads somewhere there and all it takes is one person who's been very briefly trained in how to use it. You turn it on. Turn the machine on and you're aiming at an airplane and squeeze the trigger. That's basically it and so you could be. You could be at risk especially when you fly. Overseas special show fly to third world countries. You could be at risk of a man pad anywhere you fly. So that's something to think about a three pound warhead. Doesn't sound like much but it can do serious damage in its knocked airplanes. Who even back. When i was flying at four as there was a foreign. My squadron got out of this guy by by estrella
27 Years Of Bringing Voice Assistants To The Masses with Adam Cheyer
"Atom. Let's start off with some introductions you are an for people in the voice space you are well known and so for a lot of people watching us. They probably have a sense of who you are. But i'm sure there are some people here that don't so i'd you to take a moment or two and just introduce yourself to the audience. Sure i've been working with voice and and conversational system for a long time since the early nineties. I'm best known as the co founder. Serey technical co founder. Siri which was the at. That's all to apple. Makes jerry. And i also was co founder of labs which ulta samsung. That's powering the new bixby assistant incredible. I mean you stop right there. We're done that's a good conversation that that's that's quite a resume at an so it's it's a real pleasure to have you on here so we'd love to get your thoughts today on voice assistance over the really the decades. 'cause that's what you have decades of experience in this and also where you think it's going in the future so maybe we can just kinda start with i mean. How did you cope with the idea of siri. First of all or the the the company that became siri. What are your thoughts on that. And how did you first get involved with. Voice technology voice and where. Where did you develop that line of thinking you know. So i've been pretty consistent with the vision that i had for my career so in nineteen ninety three which was the year before i saw web browser modina was my came out in one thousand nine hundred four. Someday they're going to be computers around the world with content and services that we want to access and i never thought we would use hyper links and documents and web pages to do the away. I envisioned it is. I thought everyone would have an assistant. And you could say i wanna know. That's all i wanna do that. And the job of the assistant would be to take that request break down into sub requests route all the sub request to the right machines around the world perform the operations or gathered the data presented to the user learn from those interactions. And help these got the job done so for me. Siri or the assistance. I've been working on. Have been about and interface not the only one but an-and or face to what i imagined to be wet. You know services and content coming online dynamically and in nineteen ninety-three. I actually built a prototype of that ran on a little tablet. Pc about this big yet to connect it to a dial up modem twenty four hundred islands modern up a phone with one of those chords on it. You remember. we're dial into a server type in your your pass code into this and if you had both the little terminal device and the phone the would pair if they're logging within user then you could speak into the phone. The words would come out on the little. Pda the device. You could correct it with a pen and then you could delegate your request to dynamic set of services and not only individual services but combinations of services in a typical request some ten fifteen different services who did not know about each other with now start to be invoked to perform the request that you just ask. Kazoo added new services and new content on the fly as new sites. Were coming up on the web on the fly. What you could say and do dynamically changed and so it was a very. That was kind of my my vision. I felt ninety read The nineties. I had something like fifty different iterations of voice. Assistance can tell you about some of those. But i've been trying to get this to the masses for twenty seven years more than twenty seven years now and i keep getting closer and closer and closer in syria and big speed is all along that path. That same vision of the assistant. Who knows you and really serves as your mediator to help you achieve requests and you can do it through typing through clicking all part of one conversation where you make requests responds. You refine your requests and you work to test them. So that's how. I got started nineteen ninety-three at sri international.
Ron Jaworski: Making the Internet More Audible with Trinity Audio
"Us about how this whole thing came to be in what the big vision is here. 'cause i think we're on the same wavelength with a potential of converting text to speech so a festival. Yes yes to everything shed supervision is is is i have is so dip Basically came going down down the elevator. I was reading an article on my mobile phone. Go into my car and myself. Why can't listen to an article. I just started reading. This is the moment that they said was. If he doesn't it was two thousand seventeen in a homeless doesn't make sense that i don't have like an easy solution Just press play. This is it. i'm listening to and in. This was the eureka moment i said. Okay i need to set forth in and do that and day. I have a history common from from the industry from from a video products in a dealing with media companies in dealing with the users consume plugged in dealing with advertisers in because we also offer a monetization on top of our solution in i. I understood that there is a there is a product. The festival makes sense makes sense for the user because yesterday there might sets that they wanna listen instead of instead of reading instead of watching. I wanna listen. I understand that there is a two thousand seventeen. If for those of us the likes in odors there we started feeling like okay. This is our tom he's coming. It's coming soon. So i didn't understand it. There is in these markets education to be made but definitely media companies publisher called. It will start understanding coming using portents of and they're always looking content. Creators media companies are always looking for a generate in a new engagement with the users in you in user experience in of course if they can add a monetization air in generates Some revenue out of a thumbs up and in the last thing is advertised. Were when i was sure that you know the same that happens from tv. And then youtube started. And then you know in a lot of the budget went from a advertisement to video was shared. The disdain is going to happen. We'd we'd audio from radio two on audio in in different forms due to the fact of all the a additional data and information and targeted that you can use the digital landscape. So by this recent trinity. Because it's the only triangle between the user publisher in the advertiser and of course. I always tell these jobs. It's also funny to have the holy trinity form a couple of juicing in israel a but but but but this is. This is the moment that understood. I actually remember it clearly sitting in my car and saying okay. There is something here i am actually was both i understand. I understood that it make sense for me to make sense to a lot of other people in fact that it serves older check Peelers off the internet. And i remember the first a media conference win i had. It's funny i had like a web page. I think i even of usa today. We'd we'd some sold of an embedded there. This was the first a decided in a wrench for different five. I talked to people from usa today in from wall street journal. And show that okay. This is what i wanna to do and everybody looked at nagasaki. You did the crazy guy in drew. Okay we just wanted to or these but you know cheap phoenix later. -tunities is fact and more and more Media companies called the graders joining on on a daily basis. And and and as i said in the beginning our vision. Basically two or defy the internet's we.
How Can You Improve The Effectiveness Of Your Google Ads?
"Hey there eric j olson. I recently reached out to the folks over at rival digital our sister company and asked. Hey is there anything you think. I should address on the podcast and eric thomas. The president arrival digital said. Yeah i think it makes sense to talk about how your quality score in google's ads can improve if you have specific landing pages that are specific to the phrase being advertised in clicked on. This is a lesson learned that we've also taken over from array digital uber to rival digital with no of both companies. Now that you really actually you. Don't you do not want to drive traffic from google at or really any on add to a generic landing page. Ideally and this is what we do for a living here every different kind of message that you have in google or even a facebook ad when you click on it and you go to a web page a landing page you want that message to be carried over to that landing page and the more the better so if a particular specific word is used you know like when someone queries google when they search on google and then they get your ad if they see that word and then when they click on the go over to your website. Nfc that same word again if you can get tight and not only for one word but for loss of different highly variations of the ad. Herff it you want what. They searched for one they see in the ad and what they see in the landing page to all match and make says i mean. Think about it. If you're searching for abc one-two-three an ad comes up. That says something totally different. You're like that doesn't make any sense. But if the ad says abc one-two-three and you click on it and you go over to the landing page. The landing page says get abc. One two three like this is perfect for me. Make sense right what you search for is the idc and the ad dc takes you to a landing page says exactly the same thing. That's what google refers to as the quality score and you increase your quality score by making sure that messaging is consistent between what search for the ad and the landing page. A lot of people. Do make sure that the ad says what the actual query with the person entered. They make sure that it's pretty similar. But oftentimes they
CES 2021: creating experiences during a pandemic
"So just mechanically. What was this your like. As attendees i actually tried to make my version of cas as similar as i could to the las vegas version so in my basement i erected a casino and i slept on the floor and i ate really crappy food. That's what i did not true. Actually none of that is true. But what i did do. I did call in some of the gadgets that were announced at the show. So i would say i. I did get to touch and feel and use some of these gadgets. I focused on covid protection gadgets. That was a big theme of this show. Is all the things we can used to prevent germs from getting on us really. So i tested a smart mass testing some air purifiers. Smart air purifiers a tested. Uv sanitizing gadgets. That was what my experience was like this week. Nicole what about you. I did not touch and feel anything which is very unusual for this time of year if you know any other given year. The first couple of weeks of january. I'm completely exhausted. I've run around the same hotel lobby for like miles and miles zooming between different booths in different shows and this year. I got to cover a cs in my sweatpants from my couch and california which is pretty great. I visited a lot of digital booths. The new cis website is a mixed between like a trade show lincoln and in tech youtube. So you can watch the keynote speeches on your own time and you sort of like visit these web pages and chat with people in the booth but i focused on smart home tech. Most of it can't fit into my apartment even like this one sixteen thousand dollar wellness alexa. Smart tub that. I'm obsessed with that. Produces fog aromatherapy essential oils and all sorts of other luxurious things that we absolutely do not need. Ucs as my like escapist gadget fantasy escape all the news of this week.
One Page At A Time, Jess Wade Is Changing Wikipedia
"So today. We're speaking with just weighed in experimental. Physicists at college. London and every night for the past three years just has written a wikipedia entry about a woman or poc scientists. And if this sounds like a big commitment that's because it is. But what motivates. Just keep with. It is the possibility of using wikipedia to combat the bias. In science. We see it in who gets through peer review. We see it in who gets big papers. Cited we see who gets big grants. We see it and who wins awards. And that means that the people that we celebrate and champion incredibly homogeneous and when wikipedia launched the internet was a very small space and it was very dominated by particular types of people. This kind of you know. Tech bro attitude that we still see in silicon valley and places like that majority white majority western a lot from north america some from western europe and those were the first people to start using it engaging in contributing to wikipedia backed according to a twenty twenty study. Eighty seven percents of wikipedia. Contributors are men with media includes wikipedia wick wicky quote a bunch of other platforms and for just this bias in. Authorship creates a bias in who gets a biography so this huge systematic bias against women against people of color against people from the global south against people who are from any kind of particular marginalized group. So it's kind of two things when we have a very diverse editorship and to the things they writes about a not very diverse and this is obviously impacted by the way that science celebrates people and who took about who we define as notable. Right right just to confirm by. Now you've written what nine hundred articles for the site. Oh no no. How many i've written i've written one thousand two hundred one thousand two hundred whatever so sub usually get a bit excited so obviously that's not three hundred sixty five times three so sometimes i get a little carried away but in general i try and stick to one a day sometimes. Yeah yeah. I mean. I've been going for three. Yes so i've done a pretty good job that in those i. We thought a lot about how to ask you this question. Because twelve hundred articles is an extraordinary accomplishment as far as contributing to this encyclopedia. And so the question we're going to go with is if you could build a quarantine bubble with some of the people that you've written about living or deceased who would you include and why should question so so for sure. I'd have to have some of the people developing vaccines enough air. The person who created the oxford vaccine which is is the vaccine this just been approved for use in the uk. A viral vector vaccine is a phenomenal professor. Sara gilbert sara gilbert has had this kind of fascinating rich directory working on the development of a whole bunch of different vaccines that can walk in different corona viruses and kiss kubat. I don't know if you've come across any of your reporting. She's she's a young african american women who is at the national institute of health and had walked back scenes for for sars and mers. So has this really great legacy but also alongside. I kind of scientific research. An extraordinary publication list works to support people from undeserved communities and walks to really amplify the voices of scientists who too often overlooked but also to support young people and getting into an ethic about science. So that people at different ends of that curric- his kizzie is still very young. Where saratoga established professor but both of them have this kind of extraordinary pathway to really ultimately creating the thing. That's going to save the entire world so suddenly. If i if i had according to about they would be in it. I think that. I mean how many people might out in my quarantine babo because i could keep going. There's no official guidance but the often cited wisdom is less than ten. I'm so primed and ready to tell you stories about everyone. I'm so excited about them. So mainly because i have been. She's someone who i wrote about right at the beginning of my wikipedia. A mathematician who gladys west. She was born in virginia in the thousand nine hundred and she went to college. She went to a historically black college and university to study maths. She goes off in becomes the teach She then eventually what the us government. Wes she did the early computations and calculations for gps so for all of the technologies that almost everything that we do day to day relies on. Now you know you get in your car keys your phone. You try and navigate took particular location. You use the technology that gladys west created. And when i made gladys west page in two thousand eighteen is really hard to find. Information about. Her book is what for the us government so lots of things are adopted. A couple of months. After i put the page live so after i'd finished writing it and put it onto wikipedia. She was selected by the bbc is one of the top one hundred women so she went into the kind of top one hundred women in the world for any intentional creation. Contribution ebba and when you're on a web page like fat when you're on a page so much traffic and insight people hop over to the wikipedia page really quickly so you could just see the numbers of page views of of the wikipedia. Page going up and up and that meant that more and more people contributed to it so grew story grew. How did that make you feel. I just loved it. I was reflecting on this a lot with with my parents lockdown wife. I kept going live. I kept doing this. And i find nothing more rewarding honestly than seeing other people get recognized then champion for what they've done so absolutely love to have quarantine bubble that so many things that i want us. Yeah and you're collecting. I suppose historical information across different websites and books to write these biographies. Has it ever feel like time travel. Yeah completely does feel like time travel. It's it's so it's so interesting. The things that i find kind of thrilling and exciting now feels such a kind of privilege in a rush to be able to get access to all of the resources that we can do. Now you know online libraries. Nine archives sites archived magazines scientific journals extraordinary places that that turn to for this and there are times when you just feel like fantastic achievement. So so if you see in a lot of the world's when women get married they take their partner's name so sometimes it's quite difficult to find out things about their lives if they got married and all of their publications in this new name. And when you find that one link that one connection that tells you that maiden name and then you can go back and find their phd thesis or who was there examining all this extra level of information. So when i get to that. I'm like jump off the sofer like this is great and say yeah. It's completely like a portal into another world. Right i mean. I've chills just listening to you. Talk about this kind of forensic reconstruction of people's lives and who they were outside of who. They married or other kinds of societal markers of that. Yeah a big part of it. I think a big part of my efforts wikipedia. Who i've met the people that we've trained editor phones is to not just make pages about women no make pages about people of color but to make them as good as the comparable page would-be about a white man. Yeah yeah you've been amazing way of connecting all these dots. I really appreciate hearing that I wanna ask you one one last thing. Which is i know that in a lot of ways just talking to you. It sounds like this project is part of such a bigger desire to see science really include nbc driven by all kinds of people. And what do you think it will really take to bring more women and poc's into science so that they stay. Oh such a good question and such a huge one. I mean they're very preliminary simple things that low hanging fruit. If you will know why we don't already have in place you know proper care and support for people who have caring responsibilities so whether that's you know elderly parents or sick parents or especially now in the pandemic who seeing the importance of the childcare and how that skin influence women scientific careers if they're having to work from home but i think more than that we need to really look a scientific institutions and ask really critical questions about why people are leaving. Why do we see. So few black professes. Why do we see so few women in position of leadership. Why do lgbt he. Plus scientists not feel comfortable being out when they're in the scientific workplace and then really put money to and take action to address those individual needs. But i think from a kind of how you get more diverse people into science. I really honestly think the answer is improving our education systems and really support our teachers better. Pay them as well as we pay are bankers so that they stay and so that they create kind of inspiring science lessons. Then go out and got this next generation to come in who keep pushing for this change that we want
AI for Translating Enterprise Content - with Spence Green of Lilt
"So i know. We're gonna be talking about ai for translation and clearly. That's a a workflow that you folks are impacting. Get an understanding of what it looks like. Now you get a big brand like an intel or some some large company. That's got localize all their web content. How do they do that with people. Sure so dan let me let me. I tell you a story so you can understand what the motivation for doing. This translation is so most people today are familiar with google. Translate and use it when you browse the web and you could translate chrome or you use it on your phone and you'll see this in a lot of consumer devices and that's really useful for these consumer use cases where you on translate a sign you see on the road or you see a restaurant menu or you just want to get a gist of a web page of language that you don't speak okay so that not as widely used. Google translate has had enormous impact. And everybody's familiar with that. The second case. I think it more. Broadly is in business and so our motivation for building. This company was experience. I had about fifteen years ago. I was living overseas in a country. A non english speaking country Were but were. Linguists was spoken as lingua franca. And i had a friend who didn't speak english but spoke the native language of this country and he told me that he was paid less and could not get a job because he didn't speak english. And this occurred to me as a sort of inequality that we don't talk about very much are you can learn a language but you can't control your native language. If you don't speak english it's a barrier to opportunity undertake percent okay so taking that as the premise. Now take got to business. Businesses sell their products and services. And they wanna make those available to people in different languages so that they can do their job so that they can do research for products so that they can learn and presently the way that that is done is by hiring people to type translation. There's assistance used but for the most part it's just hiring human translators to translate much the same way that transition has been done since i don't know before agricultural so what we wanted to do and no machine translation was used so this was about twenty ten when we were learning about this problem. So what we are initial idea was to emma and i met working on google. Translate to take that technology and art meant what translators do the translation. Problem is not a solved problem so we can't fully remove the human translator but we can certainly amplify what they do and if we can do that then we can make it much more affordable inefficient for companies to make all of their information available to anybody who wants it and so for comparison right now companies pay about eighty dollars for an eight and a half by eleven one and a half spaced. Page of twelve point type. So it's very very expensive. Let's ten yeah. Yeah and so we wanna use technology to drive that price down so that for a fixed budget. Companies can localize more of their information. That's good for them. They can grow their business. And it's good for the world because more people have access to the products and services that you and i take for granted. Yeah so. And i guess there's like the equality element here that you're sort of bringing in on the side but clearly it's just like if intel wants people in japan to read their stuff. There's that benefit to right. We were in english primarily we can. We can move our product. Yeah that's right. There's there's four hundred no there's about four hundred million native speakers of english there's about another seven hundred million l two speakers and then there are a couple of hundred million speaking for language. You're talking one and a half million people in the world that speak english that leaves what five and a half billion humanity. Yeah regarding of humanity right so it's it's not just for positive social impact. We're capitalists and this is an opportunity for businesses to to grow their son of customers at eighty bucks a page. I mean that's a business opportunity right the folks that we've seen working on translation of all kinds of pick their lane. Your lane seems to be sort of digital asset. So maybe we'll walk through what that looks like now. So let's say a big company knows a general electric you know they're they're got a new jet engine in they're going to sell it around the world as do normally they're going to create their when it's web pages it sales collateral you probably know the list and then and then they would hire their team of people hopefully have a relationship with who are going to a really nice fine comb job at eighty bucks a page of four for all those different assets that more or less what it looks like now. Yeah that's exactly right. So typically a business will decide we're going to do business in these markets and that's a business decision and then the choices which of their of their english experience because usually companies translating out of english four. You're going to make available in that market and so for example. One of our customers is intel. Everybody knows intel's products and intel sales. They look lies into about sixteen languages right now. And so that's everything that's until dot com product manuals technical specs marketing materials. Everything having to do with intel's products and services and it turns out that despite the fact that translation so expensive it's typically less expensive than offering new content from scratch every day work in the second sort of operational constraint is companies generally want a consistent brand across their products and services. If you're offering things in different locales you've got a lot more people involved. It's very very difficult to control the brand so it's much easier to author in one language. Control the brand messaging there and then localized into a bunch of different languages. So that's kind of the business. Motivation for
Adrozek: Widespread Malware Campaign Seeks To Silently Inject Ads Into Search Results, Affects Multiple Browsers
"Microsoft three eighty-six defender research team posted a blog titled widespread. Malware campaign seeks to silently inject adds into search results and affects multiple browsers. They named this thing. I don't know why add rosiak at as in advertising. Ad are ozk address. Zach is really rolls off the tongue so one of the things that makes this. Malware noteworthy is it. It is widely cross family and multi browser. It affects edge chrome yen decks and fox uniformly and although its most prominent feature is unwanted at injection in not only injects ads. The malware also exfiltrated any of the browsers stored credentials. That it may have access to in on. That's you know when you tell your browser rather than your password manager that you want it to save things. Unfortunately if you're if you're you know up in browsers business you can figure out what credentials saved. Because in order for it to send them they cannot be encrypted. So you know that's a problem so of course that that could cause you know exporting your credentials could cost significantly more harm than some unwanted. Ads injected into search results. I saw pictures of it. And yeah shows you what you would normally see would be google results on a google search and instead like the whole first page is is these bogus. Ads stuck in tied to keywords. So you know it's it's trying to get You know add Payment benefits microsoft. Said we call this family. A browser modifiers abdulrazak if not detected and blocked address zek. Ads browser extensions modifies specific de l. l. per target browser and changes browser settings to insert unauthorized ads in web pages off and on top of legitimate ads from search engines. The intended effect is for users searching for certain keywords to inadvertently click on these malware inserted ads which leads to affiliate pages. The attackers earn through affiliate advertising programs which pay by mount of traffic referred to sponsored affiliate pages cybercriminals abusing affiliate programs is not new microsoft wrote browser. Modifiers are some of the oldest types of threats. In fact remember it was it. Was that adware at a at aware. Thing which what that. I found in my browser a one of those old be. Hbo's member browser helper objects That caused me to write the first anti spyware. 'cause it was spyware a bit gotten in unannounced and unasked for anyway microsoft said however the fact. This campaign utilizes a piece of malware that affects multiple browsers is an indication of how this threat type continues to be increasingly sophisticated. In addition the malware maintains persistence and exfiltrated website credentials exposing affected devices to additional risks. So anyway it was surprisingly sophisticated Disabled browser updates to prevent its configuration modifications from being reversed. And even establishes a windows service to gain persistence over the long term. So that if you did something that tried to get rid of it it that the service would keep running and say and then put itself back. So it's a serious issue. Microsoft was tracking. This thing's compromise of more than thirty thousand. Pc's per day so the good news is mine. Sure that microsoft's security people became aware of these threats and shortly thereafter so did windows defender protections sweet so It might be a good idea for for some peace of mind. Just ask defender to perform a full scan of your various windows systems from time to time and you know that takes some time. There's no way around that you know as the author of spin right. I'm all too aware that actually reading everything on your system we'll take some time I just thought while. I was putting the show together. I would do that. So i started up a full scan on my win. Ten machine And says go ahead. Use your machine while. Let's scans in the background. But i did notice that it aggressively throttles. It's scanning not to interfere with your use of the computer in the foreground so it's probably better to choose a time when you're not about what when you are about to be away from your machine and fired up at that point So when it was all done While i was assembling the notes i noted that it took ninety minutes and it scanned five million seven hundred ninety seven thousand eight hundred ninety nine files always blows me away. When i see that leo. After the scan was finished. I just stared at that number. I remembered fondly and this takes us back to our alter days. I remember when our hard drives had seven files on them. now the number of files has seven digits. Amazing you know. I do miss those days. Yeah
Kindness As A Catalyst For Gratitude
"High gratitude seeker. Welcome to new episode of gratitude. Park cast today with us. We have fellow gratitude seeker and Gratitude spread there and a good friend of mine. His name is chris. Paul more and We will be talking about Quite a few things one of them being Wonderful book That he will be launching and Also some of the some of the things that We can learn about gratitude from him and He's always thinking about ways of Engaging people in this beautiful practice. And i'm sure that he will have some some pretty amazing things to to share with s. You might all already know him because he's already been on the gratitude podcast and really happy to have him here. Once again chris. Welcome to granted. Podcast glad that back man. A lot's lot's happened since since we talked many months ago. And i think again for lead me be on the podcast and allow me to experience. this format in the interview session inspired me to start my own podcast. So since we talked. I launched This radio so so. Thank you for that man. Really cecilie my pleasure. I'm really glad that we're we're doing this. And we're helping people discover gratitude and yet more into this beautiful habit and explore it for themselves. I think this is. This is something very important for for us for us to and i believe that for For all of the people on this planet to be honest for sure man. I you know i i believe that Gratitude is is a practice not a habit and the beautiful thing is that you know us being gratitude. Creators are non. You know We we really enjoy it. Creating content that allows people to be in practice so the coal thing is is if you're listening to people talk. What gratitude as. You're actually in a practice you know it's it's a form of Of study you know and My podcast and your podcast. We putting these things out that are allowing people to Take a deeper look at gratitude at the same in the same time. They're actually actually practicing gratitude. Because they're they're listening to it. It's like it's it's a habit. It's a daily habit you know. Yeah it's it's something beautiful that you can get connected with by just Being in the in the presence of it whether other people are talking about it or experiencing it or You are doing certain practices yourself so let us know little bit what you've been through in in these last few months since we've talked extra jin yeah i am so you know. Many many things happens this we talked. I like i said. I launched the podcast and that's been Phenomenal for so many reasons. I like to think. I was doing written email interviews for years. I did with you which. I really appreciated of I think that's kind of how i met each other and i really enjoyed those. But i'll tell you you know going from israeli interviews which are in sending questions out and getting responses and building web pages to doing a podcast where i have a conversation with somebody. I have audio and video to To inspire this gratitude to put these collections together is i really felt like going from one or the other of the the best analogy as i was walking around like two sticks in the woods. Turn on to create fire now like somebody handed me like matches you know. Like zippo like it's it's amazing That's what the podcast has been to me. Honestly it's it's it's it's taken me from Going out like looking having searching in spending a lot of time to find your attitude to were People gratitude to basically being. i'm swimming ingratitude. Man i have so much. I have so many people to talk to so much. Great stuff that it's just It's like nine day literally going from the dark like the dark ages into present time so That that spin massive. It's been absolutely massive. What i've learned from people Talking about gratitude. And i knew you know this. The amazing thing about any discussion with anybody about gratitude. Is that after done with it. You actually find you have more to be grateful for so the amazing thing is is i can have these conversations with people in an i actually ended up been i i walk away more grateful.
Interview With Yahia Lababidi
"Welcome everybody sparked by muse. And today i have a guest. Yahia la vida de. I hope i didn't mess that up too badly beautiful. Who is a writer. An egyptian who's come to america as a young adult eight critically acclaimed books of poetry and prose. he's an authorised an sas and most recently he sent me revolutions of the heart literary cultural and spiritual which is just a treasure trove of little gems. Some smaller pieces some slightly larger pieces and to begin speaking about it. It's hard to know where to choose at this banquet table where to pick but you so much for joining me for the podcast. Thank you for having me over here in new to and also. I want to make sure that we tell listeners about this book being the book for january. Twenty twenty one and meeting up with you in february on the third for a book club. Discussion and fighting. That'll be really fun. What's nice is that it's recorded so anytime someone wants to come back. And listen or it can be embedded on your webpage even or or any web page. Yeah it could be revisited and enjoyed over and over you define aphorisms as what is worth quoting from the souls dialogue with itself and you also say that you hope that might serve as a form of peace offering and bomb in these troubled times and for people who are not quite aware or quite. Have a handle on what aphorisms are. Perhaps you can just explain that a little bit and then speak about what that offers us today. Well it's it's basically it has currency without being recognized for what it is so anything when people have these quotes or inspirational sayings or even what they call it. A witty wise one liners. That's an aphorism if if it doesn't have a name attached to it and it's a maximum or proverb in the assuming some great sage cited then it's an another category of instruction but but enough for them. They're certainly more people who are aware of what they are. And who use them consciously now than when. I began writing them. Let's say thirty years ago at this point as a teenager. When i don't think anyone even knew what that meant but i grew up reading. People like braun. Nietzsche and blake and kafka and pascal who tended to write in offer 'isms and they basically i mean wild has some definitional skar wild about how he had some existing a phrase. I do not presume to some olives in a frozen any of my offers. But it's this. It's this idea of trying to encapsulate a great conversation. And that's why. I define it as a competition with the souls conversation with itself really so you go off. You're thinking about something dreaming meditating possibly weeks years even and then at some point. There's one line that you can extract from all that that can stand alone by itself that will be a key or a door or window or invitation for a complete stranger to have that conversation with themselves so a good aphorism doesn't in my understanding of it at least in everyone's got their own definition is just as suggestion or you to sort of the spark your own conversation With with your with your soul so to speak. And that's why. I really appreciate reading Books of aphorisms where there's few on the page and a lot of blank space because it's understood that they are in need of diluting the way you dilute. It is by bringing in everything you know. Suspect you know we're just breathing alongside it
Why Words Matter: How Jewish Hermeneutics Introduces Words
"Let's talk about a couple of words and how the Jewish language and this would be the final message or the final podcast. If you will in our season one or season two. Yeah. She's in one of the juice of Jesus right season 2 of the podcast, correct? And after this, I think we're going to just dive into the gospels. Oh man. I'm excited about that. Yeah the gospel. Yes Mother season 3 just as a precursor. Just thought oh this out to people will probably come, you know, early 2021. We may kick it off maybe sooner if we're feeling like it, you know gospel. That's that's pretty exciting. NY weight loss. I'm excited about that. No, I just found out interest find out where we're going there. Just get. Okay. So let's take a couple of words. For example, the way the Jewish hermeneutics of hermeneutics is a stud. Art and interpretation of the study of the Bible. Okay. So how do words work and how does God use words? Okay. So let's take let's take the rules. We call it today in modern seminaries or training the rule of first use the rule of first used. They would call it the rule of one or the rule of first. Okay. So basically what they would say is anytime Jewish rabbis would say anytime you see a word introduced in the Hebrew Bible in the Old Testament as we would call it a not a little taller but in the Hebrew Bible whenever a word was introduced first that word sets the tone for how it's used for the rest of the Bible kind of overshadows gives a picture of how this war is going to be used for the rest of the Bible out because when they realize is God in his sovereignty God in his wisdom is giving us a word at a particular point in the encounter of a person wage. Okay. Okay. So I'm going to throw out some words today. So you're going to have to get ready. I'm going to say right now. I'm going to miss every single no no and those listening you can participate as well. Okay play along and do better than me. Okay. So the range of first use we're going to ask the question. When was the word love used who the first time the word love was she in the Bible in the in the Bible Acts? Cannot just throw a book out. Was it Genesis? Yes. Okay. Okay. We're rolling we're rolling now. That was low bar. I gotta say. Okay. Yeah. Well, obviously we're going to go with the big it's a big book too. But oh man, okay in Genesis, so we're narrowing it down. What else what person did it happen in the life of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob Joseph. I like multiple choice as much easier. I'll still get it wrong, but I'm going to go I'm going to go with Josh Abraham was the choice. Maybe I'm going with Abraham. Okay. It's in the life of a party of two for 2 to 4 to now, you've narrowed it down. I get a 75 Rams life is from the 12 chapter 12 Mark wage. All the way until the twenties Sky 25ish. Gotcha. So I have to pick a chat. You gotta pick a chap. Come on a bigger chapter man. I'm going to go with chapter 15 close. It's not even close to each chapter twenty-two. Well the story it's always going to start making sense when you hear this and there's listings with Isaac. Yeah. See I knew the story. You knew this story. I see how the location Genesis 22. Okay. And this is a pivotal Story by the way, if we're talking about the the the pivotal store in the life of Abraham, maybe in the life of the entire Torah is the sacrifice or the offering of Isaac to the Lord because it foreshadows the offering of God son Jesus as the sacrifice. Once it froze powerful. There's so many connections and maybe we'll have time to do that one day but there's so many connections between the two. Okay in Genesis twenty-two the word love is introduced for the very first time and basically what Scholars are saying, is this the way the fog Abraham loved his son was a unconditional sacrificial love that he had where he would do anything for his son and yet God called him to give up the very thing he loved he says his one and only son whom he loved God calls him to give up the very son. He let the one he waited for for twenty-five years the son who stole promise of the Covenant relationship the son who's going to be the descendant for all of the Nations to follow one day this son. Hm the one son and God says that kind of love is the same kind of love I have from my one and only son John chapter 3 verse 16 for God so loved the world history and then say God love to where it says God so loved the world that we had that a lot of translations because this is a this is an amazing love. Yeah. This is a an endless love God so loved the world. He gave us only begotten son and so is dead. She's not in the Greek, but God loved the world. He gave his only begotten son. Whoever believes in him shall not perish. We know that verse. Okay. So the first occurrence of the word love is in Genesis twenty-two and it gives us a picture of or shadowing of Love. Okay, let's do another word. Are you ready for another word? Yes. Second word is going to be the word worship worship now before you think about worship and why you think there's a lot of places in the Old Testament where you can see the word worship and people are worshipping worship doesn't just mean singing. Let's just let's just get that out the way right? We're not talking about worship songs. You can worship through song but that's one of various ways. Yeah, what are some other ways we worship we worship with our time worship with our time to give our time to suffer. Yes, our attention Okay, what else our resources money money? Yeah. I mean, I'm going to go to time talent and treasure just just an easy one. Yeah, the Triple-T that's right. The Triple-T the way we sang. What is there another way we read the Bible dead. We read the Bible. That's an Hour Worship prayers and act of worship serving which already serving is a big one service is the word is the word worship used in Rome is the connection of Romans chapter 12 verse. He says this is your spiritual act of worship or service to God. So service and worship are similar. Okay, and what I mean is worship isn't just an abstract thing worship is an actual wage is something you do in action. Okay. So let's go with worship. What chapter? Well, let's start with the book again. What book is the word worship found in for the first time? I'm going to get a Genesis again. That's a web page doesn't winter a lot of them to go. Can I go with Adam and Eve on this one? Here's another sidebar question you can but hold on, okay. It's interesting that a lot of these words are found in Genesis because the very word Genesis means what in Hebrew who? That's a good question. I don't know the answer to First beginnings beginnings, I think yeah, maybe I did know the answer that I was thinking about the word the word Genesis sit indoors or beginning. I'm not suggesting its birth or beginning. Yes boss. And so basically you have the beginning of all things the beginning of the world the beginning of man the beginning of the nation everything's found in Genesis. Okay, beginning of the language. Okay. So Genesis is good. You're going to go off now. I'm going to go with I'm going to go with a Domani. I'm gonna go that mm. That's going to be wrong. Now my dearie office. Keep going. My next guess is going to be for worship. Is it going to be I guess I'm going to go with Noah long that's going to be a hard note to that's a hard one. That's that's gonna really hard strike. That's right. No, it did probably worship God but not using the word Worsham.
A Conversation With Kristina Azarenko
"Joining me this week to get her take on the Digital News Christina as rain. Co Founder Marketing Syrup. Christina how're you doing today? I'm GonNa Thank you and I'm really surprised that I'm on three hundred and seventy four. Fourth August. And we've been doing that for quite a while. Yeah for a couple of weeks. We've got started around the beginning of October. Anyway Yeah we've been doing this for nine years. So have you worked out what that episode is going to be. Now nothing whatsoever no. He just tickets you doesn't even weigh in on that. I know I have no idea. Episode number that'll be. Over four hundred. That's a safe bet. No. It's not well depending on how we're recording now. Yeah. We'll see we'll probably GONNA be doubling up on this. Yeah. Yeah absolutely. So just for our listeners, we are actually changing up our formed a little bit. We're actually giving you more than nugget is interviews. So we have a part one and part two with Christina, as well as the news. So we're going to give you some commute time podcasting as opposed to the long form. How in the world could I ask you to listen to a full hour of me ranting. Do it every day. Yes you do they. Wait a minute wait. No. Now, you're right. So I should just subject to all the audience for that right all right. Well. We got first article that we want to go over with you. Christina. So there are first article from search engine journal by Roger. Monte. We always love what he's doing over there at search engine journal Google answers if site sections, parts of the site can actually impact the overall ranking score of the entire site. So the question was by publisher that has a forum on their side that has a poor core vital score while the rest of the site enjoy higher core web. Performance very well, you can have two different platforms installed on the same host environment. Obviously. So what core web vitals are, it's a, it's a group of speed and user experience metric rolled out. Much before they actually showed up in Google search console but those that they together show a web page what page actually presents and with a poor user experience in or gives visitors an ideal web browsing experience. So his answer was well the question first and foremost was we have a large site and a section on the then we have a forum there at this forum is an old cms and is difficult to. Optimize for speed we're looking to make sure that we have a good core web vital score before twenty twenty one able to improve the speed of the forum. This will this only affect the keywords that that ranked for the foreign pages or will it affect the ranks of the pages aren't on the forum that are actually faster? So John's response real quick and I'll get Christina's take is so in general are algorithms. Tried to be as fine grain as possible. So if we can't get granular information from your site and recognize the individual parts of the website property, then we'll try to do that. So, he actually shared how chrome aggregate Corwin vile scores you share it in a bit of a caveat of that However, it does actually depend a little bit on your site and how much data we have for your site especially when it comes to speed. So there is a new chrome aggregate score that as people who use the Google chrome browser go to that website they're actually pulling that data directly from those experiences like a core sampling. No Pun intended of users that are interacting with a website Christina, what are your thoughts about Corwin vitals and on top of that different cms on one system and how could it could play into ranking? Yeah good question. So well, first of all again, this is not live yet. So all my thoughts are not, they don have the real experience on because. This report is not is not live as now. I mean it's live on Google by that we how Google is going into interpreted and have everything and aggregated is not live yet what I think in January when I think about vitals when I think about speed first of all, think not about Seo which view it because I'm an SEO. It's not done for Seo percent is done for users. I I would think that for this particular about site if you upset is amazing create but forum is really hard to read and hard to reach from a mobile phone. Maybe you should think about migrating it to changing something not for the sake of being compliant with corporate wide else but just for the sake of users. Coming to you and having really good time when you are for right that is the man, the main point. So I like that Google is pushing it over time. It has been pushing mobile I mode mogul I indexing a long time and I know that maybe. They just phone start thinking about something. She's good for us mixture and unless Google pushes down so it's It's a good thing to do. But again, I would think about your users I and if aunt in this particular case. If this guy is asking fashion, he knows that he's forum is really. Slow, I will change it. You can agree to something else in January having different content management systems is okay. You can have a store in show defy and your blog on wordpress. It doesn't necessarily mean that if you using multiple content management systems, your website is going to be slow. Its cage us down four different kinds of content you
Update Alert: Critical 0-day in Chrome
"Speaking of being challenged. The hacker news summed this up by writing attention readers in. You are using Google Chrome Browser on your windows Mac or Lennox computers you need to update your web browsing software immediately to the latest version Google released earlier today, and this was last week. So you know. Even, though that was last Tuesday even my own always sort of sluggish chrome had already updated but. This one just you our listeners may just want to make sure that they're now running eighty-six dot zero, dot forty, two, forty, dot one, one one. However, there's much more to last week's emergency update than what drove it, but we'll start with that. So last Tuesday's released closed five vulnerabilities. Four were rated high severity one was medium and one of those four high severity vulnerabilities was what we're talking about was a zero day that was seen exploited in the wild by being exploited by attackers who are using it to hijack targeted computers so You know that nasty one it was numbered CV e twenty, twenty, fifteen, nine, ninety, nine and what's significant is that it's a heap buffer overflow in free type, which is the widely used open source font rendering library, which is part of chrome but many other things. Various bounty payouts were or will be made for the other four vulnerabilities, but this biggie was discovered in house by Google's project zero researcher Sir J Glazunov. Even. So even though it was found in house, it was subjected to an accelerated seven day public disclosure released deadline because the flaw was under active exploitation and that's the project zero guidelines. You know you get. You get thirty days for things that like, yeah. You gotta gotTa get these things fixed but if it's if it's being used if it is a zero day, you get a week. As it happens, this only took one day for Google to begin pushing the update which they did on the twentieth they found out there was discovered on the nineteenth they had. They were pushing the fixed one day later, which is interesting because it wasn't even really their problem it was in the free type library not in chrome. Sir J immediately. Notified the free type developers who also developed an emergency patch to address the issue. And had it available the next day on October Twentieth And so that's free type two point one, zero, point four. This is significant because free type is everywhere. Without, revealing details of the vulnerability Ben Hawks who is project Zeros technical lead warned via twitter there while the team has only spotted an exploit targeting chrome users. It's absolutely possible that other projects that use any earlier versions of the free type, library and there will be roughly a gazillion might also be vulnerable and are advised to deploy the fix included with free type version two, point one, zero, point four, he tweeted while we only saw an exploit for chrome other users. A free type should adopt the fixed discussed here, and then I've there's he provided a Lincoln tweet I've got the link here in the show notes. And it is part of the stable release of free type again, two point one, zero, point four. So what we do know thanks to what Sir J has shared is that the vulnerability exists in free types function load s bit PNG. So it's load underscore S B it underscore PNG which processes P. Images embedded into Fox. It can be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary code just by using specially crafted fonts with embedded PNG images, which out to be something that free type supports so in no not just curbed lifts, but you could embed images so and since web fonts can be specified by a web page, and since the browser will go download the font and then render glimpse from those fonts turning a theoretical free type flaw into an active exploit would not be difficult
How Staring At Clouds Can Improve Your Marketing Results?
"So today I'm going to talk about how staring at a white clouds can improve your marketing but not the clouds in the sky that are white and fluffy. These are the kind of clouds that are on the internet. And what I'm talking about our word clouds, so if you've never seen a word cloud it's a collection of words from a series of or text could be an article could be a web page could be anything and the words get bigger. The more the word is mentioned and a lot of the times that are colored. So, you know, some colors are bright. Some colors are darker and depending on how you look at it certain words will pop up at you home. Now. I did an experiment this weekend. Since we're close to a presidential election, I put up to word clouds in this was actually graphic that I found that had both by objections and Trump's inaugural speeches and it had all the words that they mentioned and obviously the more they said them the bigger the words were and I asked people to look at them and give me the two words that popped out one from each candidate. And as I went through all of the results about eighty percent of the people saw different words now, obviously if she people's political leanings their expectations, maybe something they read or saw on the news that they might have changed the way they answered that question off. So, I think it can be the same when people are reading our marketing messages depending on their frame of mind or maybe what they just read off they may read them differently so it could help us to know what our marketing messages are saying to people And we could use a word cloud to do that. Now I found two different word cloud tools, and these are easy to use one is called word clouds. Calm down. The other one is called tag crawl. Word clouds. Allows you to import a your realm and then it gives you a lot of creativity. You can change the color theme you can change the shapes. You can do a whole bunch of different things with it and it can create some really cool graphics and different impressions of what you want to see above. The other one is called tag crawl. T a g c r a w l in this one is a lot more simplified. Yes. It gives you the ability to import a URL but it will also allow you to limit the word shown so you could say show me just the top 20 or 25 or maybe all the way to a hundred. So you have the ability with these two different tools to look at different URLs and see what words are popping up. So the first thing I'd like you to do before you utilize these tools is answer five core questions, and these five questions are about what messages you want to get across to your audience. So the first question you want to answer is who do you serve or who is this message for? Who is the Avatar? What is the special thing that you want to get across to that particular person? So you can use the word you but if you use a very specific term like operations manager or salesman or something along that line. It's going to resonate more with the people who specifically are in those positions. The next question you want to ask is what problem do they have? What's the thing keeping them up at night what's on their mind off? Can they resonate with the idea that you're trying to get across? The next thing you have to ask is why is that a problem for them? Can you define the specifics behind why it's a problem in their world home and do they even recognize that problem. Do you have to let them know it is a problem. So they have to understand and feel emotionally connected to what it is that you're saying.
"web page" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I've been jumping up and down and excited about the fact that the interest rates are in the two's the F H, A and A and USDA. They're all at two and 3/4 for a 30 year fixed rate with no points. And the conventional 30 year fixed rate is at 2.99%. You gotta love it. I don't think we'll ever see this. Certainly not in my lifetime. I don't think we're going to see this in quite a while. When they start to go up. It's going to be quite some time before they come back down. If ever to this level, you know, I've been doing this for 35 years and I have never seen the interest rates and the twos. From the beginning of my days, too now, But here they Here we are on that. I was talking about the renovation loan. Whether you're looking to refinance and pull out some cash to do renovations on your house. Or whether you're buying a house and you want to do some renovations to it. You can use the renovation loan. Now, I said, we have a little book on the program. It's a small book 15 pages as pictures in it written in plain English. When you call the office and grab one of these loan officers, tell them to throw a book in the mail to you. It's free. And it's real quick. It makes great bathroom reading. Put it right in the bathroom, that everybody read them. Read it Now. If you like to go to our Web page, the book is on our Web pages. Well, now I have to get a copy of the book. But You want to go to our Web page. The Web pages are name first preference dot com. That's F I RST preferences. P R E F E R E N C E First preference dot com and the whole book is there you could read about it? It's a terrific, very unique loan where you can borrow more money than the 80% that they allow. You wanna cash out refi or if you're buying a house? You know if you're buying a house and you get a great deal on it. Hey, Bill. I'm getting the house for 225,000. And the house in the area. All the 300 But this house needs $25,000 worth of work that I don't have. But if I had 25 grand could fix it up. My God, I'd be able to put this house just the way I wanted. Easy. You buy the house under f for 225,000. I give you the extra 25,000 in escrow account. You have six months to get your contractor out there. As he starts to do the work. We pay him Indra in draws from the escrow account. It's that simple. That's how the program works, and it's a great program for somebody who's looking to buy a house and get a deal. You know what people call me all the time. How do you get a deal? That's how you get a deal by a house that needs some work because not too many people have that kind of cash sitting around, but they can throw into this house and fix it up. You will have the care. Even if you have no money at all. You will have the cash because I'm going to put it in escrow account. Okay? Let's move on just a little bit. For those of you looking to buy a house because if you if you're thinking about buying a house, this is the time to do it with ease silly interest rates..
"web page" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Legend that you talk more about that sending their not troops there federal law enforcement officers that come from the FBI Homeland security. Border patrol that sort of stuff, But he's talking about Ah, lot of help for these cities. Now, most of them don't want to know. One thing is with New York. He's been on the phone with Governor Cuomo and he's promised Governor Cuomo. He will not send anybody in unless the governor okays. It apparently has been talking to Chicago. That weirdo mayor and she's agreed to allow. I think 250 federal agents to come in and help her local police. You need some help. Did you see what she did last night? That weirdo? You know, I'm talking about right. What's her name? Lightfoot. Lightfoot. She's this weirdo isn't good to Blasio looks bizarre. Look at her. She's like this Beetlejuice looking weirdo Thiss, Mayor of Chicago last night in the middle of night, she had crews come and take down the Christopher Columbus statues. How did he get to be such a villain? What did this guy do? Was supposedly a slave trader. Is that what it was? Oh rot disease and killed Indians. Oh, Is that what it? Is? That you? Yeah. No. Hey, he was America's first illegal alien. You should love this guy He didn't longer. So, uh, she's taking down statues of him. I mean, listen, if you're gonna take down statues, that's the way to do it. A legitimately authorized by the City city authorized crew to carefully take it down. But the whole thing's getting out. We'll get back to all of this. Did you watch Dr Fauci? Throw out the first pitch last night in the synthetic, wasn't it? No, that was typical Pfoutch. It went way to the left. That's douchey way to the left. He threw at the pitch and didn't he? This guy's the biggest liar. Unearth this fact. He's a publicity hound. He's always promoting himself. Didn't he say a number of times interviews that he had been an athlete? He was an athlete and a pretty good athlete in school. Yes, they demonstrated that Now taste something. President Trump was a great athlete in school. In fact, he was a baseball player in school and was at one time scouted by the major leagues. If you want to see go to the Web page. We haven't interesting video appears to videos back to back its first its foci throwing out the first pitch last night and yesterday This was quite a touching ceremony. President Trump had Mariano Rivera visit the White House with some kids and at one point Trump and Mariano Rivera played catch Watch found she's pitching. Watch Trump's pitching and you could tell trumps really older, now out of shape probably hasn't thrown a baseball in years. Watch his first pitch. It's pretty good. It's not. It's not Mariano Rivera, but it's It's a lot better. In fact, is we have this up on the Web page. You could see the two back to back watch found she throw out the first pitch last night at the Yankee game. It is as bad as Baba Booey. I mean, it's it's that bad. Take a look at that. And then right next to it is President Trump throwing some pitches last night. I also want to some really fascinating on the Web page. The's are a collection of photographs. These are the oldest photographs ever taken in the United States. If you want to see what life really looked like these are black and white photos all over America from the 18 forties. Really interesting. It's all up in the Web page, Go to 7 10 w o r dot com slash mark. 7 10 w o r dot com slash mark he's from New York..
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"Holding taxes must occur in stages obviously not all businesses can open only once on may the first Ohio's governor Mike DeWine announced he also plans to re open businesses may first in a gradual and thoughtful way the governor of Michigan says she hopes to begin re engaging parts of the economy early next month fox's Rick Leventhal other states further behind leading to more protests California people one in southern California help coming for struggling food bank so USDA will be purchasing three billion dollars in fresh produce dairy and meat products to be distributed to Americans in need for a food bank networks as well as other community and faith based organization and agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue announcing the government will pay sixteen billion dollars to farmers and ranchers hurt by the operator America is listening to fox news sports talk with Jason ad in BDO Prescott is going to be a free agent in a matter of months but he says I'm confident a new contract is coming I'm confident my agent and my team and I'm confident the cowboys that something will get done I'm confident that you process your honor franchise tax act this is him trying to put some blowers in the water here to hind the scenes I think both of these guys are pretty far apart if you believe the reporting they said at the end of last season that they were offering twenty eight million dollars a year Jack turned it down and the number forty million per year with three and floated around their taxi was a native here what happened this year that made you think okay you know what he was right let's give him the forty nine I don't have a web page right I did not see it if anything it's making noise pursued the year that Patrick Mahomes is having in the contract he's going to get at this point it would be silly to cut bait with him I still don't believe in him being in the lead guy who put this team on his back and take this afternoon for the six one news radio.
"web page" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Wearing the mask I don't know what it's going to come before voters not to pass on to the body I wear a mask when I go out I don't go out that often I tell you that I don't know I don't leave my house at all but I'm working from home if I have to go to the pharmacy according to costar somewhere that I put a mask on there's some people that don't wear masks but that decision made by the body on Thursday if it comes up and I'm quite sure will come up and we'll see what happens well anyway we certainly appreciate your joining us this morning for a little clarity on this county commissioner les Miller and again thank you for being with us here this morning exactly yep and talking to his constituents here and again at one and two affect the last night couple other things I want to get around to here and I know what it is we need to all of the on our web page now Natalie is put some really good stuff I just saw this throwback how kids used to eat in the nineteen fifties hello then a man goes for a hundred seventy mile an hour spins to get away from his family and is he doing a video while he's driving or what it's probably not safe I'm not really not I'm really not sure not a good idea but and you gotta check out the team building exercise which didn't work out too well no it does not and we found out the girl I'm standing with the singer was Debbie Gibson he asks you to everyone who commented on our Facebook posted let us now yeah I'm glad we got the word and then the hilarious throwback video woman's super excited to exercise at the mall I wish I had her energy right now because she is so pumped I wonder if she's still walking around at least outside right now during this quarantine no looks like she's holding bags like she went shopping is at an exercise shopping is an exercise in Minnesota is a hundred percent that even online child Jack what do you know about it when you come on I don't know they say it's an exercise that is you don't you don't grocery shop your go walking in the mall it's good idea and here's a meme out there back in my day the only time we started panic buying was one the bartender.
"web page" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A new kitchen in for fifteen grand I'm gonna put a new bathroom in for ten grand and I'm going to add a room off the back foot twenty five grad so I need fifteen twenty five fifty thousand dollars but I don't have enough equity in the house for fifty thousand when you'd use eighty percent I will give those contractor bids to the appraiser and say appraiser what is this house is going to be worth when they put the new kitchen and the bathroom in the room off the back now maybe it doesn't go up fifty grand but I bet it goes up twenty grand when he five grand I can go up to a hundred percent of what he says it's going to be worth so I can lend you all the money you need but now it's all for home improvement it's not to put cash in your pocket it's not to pay off a credit card but you can go up to a hundred percent of what the house is going to be worth there is no what the loan like that it's called the renovation loan if you want to get more information I'd even have a book on this program is a small book is fifteen pages it has pictures in it and here's the best thing it's written in plain English her that's how I write things in plain English but you can get a copy of the book it's free F. R. E. E. free you can call the office grab a loan officer get their name and cell phone number and ask them to throw a free book in the mail to you that bill was talking about on the radio about the renovation loan if you want to go to our web page you can go to the whole book is on our web page it's our name first preference dot com F. IRST preferences P. R. E. F. E. R. E. N. C. E. first preference dot com and the whole book is there I like to get a copy of the book but if you want to go to the web page it's all there we what else is on the web page there's a quick many application if you don't have time right now you don't want to call the office and grab one of these loan officers go to our web page is a little mini application takes about a minute I have to fill it in and it's even a comments section there whatever you want to send it into one of the loan officers and if they're too busy I promise you I will get back to you within a couple hours and I want you to be able to get a hold of a loan officer and I want you to have their name and cell phone number because if you don't have questions you're not doing it right I'm telling you once you hang up then to get them back again the loan officer back again you know you have to go out run through a maze because everybody swamped right now it's like feast or famine and with these interest rates at rock bottom so many people try to do the the rate of the refinancing but there are so many people out there looking at houses and trying to grab a house when the interest rates of this ridiculously low so you're gonna get voice mail I want you to have their name and their cell phone number give.
"web page" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On our web page the web pages are name first preference dot com that's F. I. R. S. T. preferences P. R. E. F. E. R. E. N. C. E. first preference dot com you can even go to our web page by use that eight hundred number I could give it out you can go to W. W. W. eight hundred three two one five five five five dot com and that'll put you into a web page either way and the whole book is there I'll tell you what else is there there's a little mini application if you feel that end I promise you one of the loan officers and if they're too busy I personally will get back to you within the hour you I want you to be able to get in touch with a loan officer and not just be a number out there I want you to have a loan officer the way you have their name and their cell phone number so any questions that you have you can pick up the phone and get an answer to them that's the way you get yourself ready to buy a house and also to get all your options when you're thinking about refinancing and again it is worth refinancing if your interest rate on your home right now is at four and a quarter or higher it is worth it if you have a ton of options find out what they are again you have all the local offices in there give them a call their eight hundred number three two one five five five five we'll be right back wake up wake up for someone what would you do if you were jarred awake in the middle of the night by an intruder when you investigate shelter in place check on the kids located just minutes off ninety five in white marsh free state gun range is the region's only indoor shooting range and reality based training facility that offers realistic home invasion scenarios using the same converted guns and fretting ammunition the professionals use in rooms just like the ones in your home free states instructors will teach you how in real time to respond to a home invader and secure your family remember.
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"Web page can I hide out or it was a pleasure to meet you same here thanks so very much thanks for everything you're doing are just about ten seconds each I'll give us cuts ten seconds to mark because he's going to use it anyway ask you moments before we go I think three TV's we end with that together trauma informed and finally treatment there you go Scott Marcia gay and just very appreciative wreck for you always giving us this time and allowing us to share these different aspects related I'm really thank you for that's cut very much and wish you all a very merry Christmas I pray that you have a wondrous holiday in the new year is about ten minutes away so hope by twenty twenty brings you trick confidential unlikely to my family to help all the market wow very nice use a translator on his phone to do that that's all right thanks so very much for joining us will return in a moment after the news and change the aids Honolulu and I heart radio station news alert a hearing on high crimes at least the Brady a former talking about is not impeachable then nothing is the beach Michael Gerhart is one of four law professors testifying at the house judiciary committee's first impeachment hearing loss is your help burn is live on Capitol Hill with a panel of professors are putting evidence president trump pressured Ukraine to investigate political rivals in the context of how the framers considered the tool of impeachment when president trump invited indeed demanded foreign involvement in our upcoming election he struck at the very heart of what makes this a Republic to which we pledge allegiance Stanford Law School professor Pamela Carlin says whether or not president trump succeeded in getting Ukraine to investigate the former vice president doesn't matter George Washington law school professor Jonathan Turley however his caution his colleagues and lawmakers from using anger is grounds for impeachment Lisa and Jerry president trump calling the prow of a hoax during a meeting with Italy's prime minister free fall you almost question whether or not they love our country and that's a very very serious thing do they in fact all of our country criticizing house Democrats he's now on his way back from a NATO meeting in London years after the first recalls over faulty Takata airbags began they're still adding cars to the list boxes Jeff and also has this live Lisa one hundred sixteen thousand older BMW three series cars are being recalled over exploding Takata airbag inflators after the government reports another death and injury in Australia BMW telling drivers of psalm nineteen ninety eight to two thousand one of three series cars not to drive them until a fix is developed it's all part of a massive recall that spans the auto brands twenty four people killed hundreds injured worldwide Takada has since filed for bankruptcy Lisa thanks Jeff America's listening box finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find.
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"So we have some really amazing testimonials that have come in on this product and I I Gen I believe you printed out a couple I don't know if you're do you want to get into some of these testimonials now we can save them for the end of the show no this is a good time to do that so here's one of my favorites this is Fred from North Carolina he writes to purity this is an unsolicited email because right on to our web pages these vitamin supplements are so good he's talking about the probiotic energy mail so they are almost addictive here's Theresa from New York she rates them five stars best product I've tried various other B. twelve melts and other probiotics separately but this product is exceptional seen results in just two days so I mean Dr level when people try these probiotic energy melts they kind of love them it's so simple to take one little melt what are you seeing in your practice when people try these well what I can tell you is it's not just my patients it's my my friends my relatives once people get on this they want more of them now Dr eleven I want to get into something that a lot of people are probably asking themselves and that is you know people have heard that when they take probiotics that they may not be effective because their stomach acid can destroy the probiotics before they even get into the cot right so this is a realization if you think about it logically that could be a problem you take these bugs and how do you know that they get through your stomach and into your god where they need to go to seed your local I'm all for that matter isn't your stomach acid designed to kill bugs it's a huge protective mechanism it's very acidic in there and this is why we have chosen a very special bacillus coagulant know what's so special about this will you know J. like when there's a seed it's got this hard casing around and it protects it over the winter time when it might have been destroyed by snow or freeze and then in the spring when things are just right the moisture the warmth it germinates and grows and forms a beautiful plant well our spore is as beautiful as that our probiotic in that it forms a sport which is the same thing as a senior right so this this for this see this he soon protects you from the very harsh environment in the stomach which is going to kill most of the probiotics out there so most of the stuff you see on the shelf you gonna take it huge majority of it's gonna die right there is it hits the stomach acid rock not ours ours gets through the stomach acid and when it gets to your colon where the environment is perfect it germinates any cruise and literally within hours within hours it started to create more lactic acid it started to bring the PH of the colon down a little bit why is this important this is important because this is the environment all of the trillions and hundred trillion of these healthy bacteria this is what they want she have good bacteria you have bad bacteria the good bacteria walking environment a little more acidic and they want a little more lactic acid you know as we kinda wind down we've got about two minutes left there's a lot of things we didn't know five ten fifteen years ago I mean we didn't know that we have six trillion human cells in our body but get this and doctor living you talked about this just a little earlier all hundred trillion bacterial cells in our body so we have about over ten times more bacterial cells and then we do human cells and most of them again reside in our small and large intestine we call this the microbiome and it's a huge field of study the microbiome project is going on being funded with millions of dollars to that the research can really figure out how seventy percent of the immune system is an R. G. I cracked how ARE microbiome works hand in hand with not just immunity but also our brain function or mood and then when we look out there and we see well what if we had a really good clinically tested pro door a probiotic that can get past that stomach acid and colonize in the gotten really help support the prosperity of our microbiome what we'll do what we did was we said what else can we do for people who are listening and enjoying these radio shows were usually fifty sixty seventy years old and doctor let me just remind people have B. twelve deficiency when you eat your fifties and sixty and seventies because of the gut and that the intrinsic factor I mean that's a real problem when you have B. twelve deficiency and you don't get the right B. twelve and you can even get your levels up to where they are to be healthy so you can enjoy a good energy right let's say let's say your you know what let's see you're in your sixties rate your let's say you're taking a B. twelve look at the bar was probably sorry our local ballot guess what if you don't have enough intrinsic factor and we're losing it as we get into a fifties sixties and seventies you're not absorbing it you need a very high in B. twelve at that point people are telling you this some of your doctors might not even notice you need to type of B. twelve that we have here because again as Jay said it gets in fast and if you do it sublingual Lee some of it gets absorbed right through your oral mucosa you're getting that B. twelve in their rapidly you guys ready testimonial people are noticing the benefits in two days in America I have some patience and notice it in one day they come back the next day I feel better already especially if they were deficient in B. twelve well it's virtually immediate exactly the it's it's amazing so again what what we're doing here is we're parlaying the benefits for my patience I appreciate you guys creating this product because they're getting such amazing benefit they're getting benefits in terms of energy we didn't even have time to get into that low back pain study in the way I wanted to but amazing a wonderful study on our veterans at deck there to protect us all the time that right here the meanderings affairs normative aging study out of the American Journal of clinical nutrition just a couple of years ago real quick the veterans in the study in healthy levels of B. twelve B. six the ones who had the healthy levels had significantly better memory verbal fluency were able to carry out complicated tasks such as building complex structures compared to the people the veterans who had the lower levels of B. twelve so this is for real yeah we don't want to be the people with the lower levels we don't want to be the people with the lower levels at Hey why can't I remember stuff anymore why don't have any energy anymore well it may be as simple as why don't you have enough B. twelve we're solving that problem for you it's that simple one more point Dr eleven would be unfair if we just talked about the microbiome in the B. twelve because the free gift today which is the whole trip your omega three I'm gonna go back to the global nutrition health alliance who did a study that found that ninety eight percent of Americans have sub optimal omega three levels ninety eight percent we're going to help solve that problem to today with this free bottle of omega three talking about thank you what is the clock has almost got us Neil ten seconds tell people why they need to give this product a try the last thing you want is to be omega three deficient again most people if you're not taking a very high in omega three you are deficient based on the study Jim just discussed then you're cheating your circulation your heart health your brain health you're all I health your skin health your hair health it goes on and on pretty much the health of every single cell tissue organ in your body omega threes are critical and we're giving them away and it's not just any omega three this is pretty much the finest omega three money can buy yep and the best part today is you can get started with our probiotic and email for less than twenty dollars you call purity products I'm gonna give that number out in a minute you pay nineteen ninety five that's it you're going to get a full.
"web page" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Up that web page right Fauria and you can you can search every state see with their property taxes are their income taxes are there are thousands tax Baxter state tax there yeah their cigarette tax every thing pretty cool you know anyway we're going to penny in Pikesville penny is still there so here good how can we help you at in the last few years as we reach the pinnacle of our careers and our income is increased exponentially yep all along with along with our tax liability right I guess I'm looking to lower my tax liability I Max out my four oh one K. E. contribution by around October okay my employer's plan right but what are some other basic ways that we can and that a lower tax obligation that I know we're definitely missing and our home interest right off it's only about sixty five hundred well remember home college home interest rate right off is not a great thing because think about it you have to pay a dollar to a bank to save twenty or thirty cents on your income tax so it doesn't make a lot of sense that you at you know so if you could be debt free and pay higher tax amount of taxes you're better off okay so you know first off one thing you want to find out from your pension plan is do they allow non deductible contributions so none the Buck duck double contributions don't lower your income taxes today but it allows you to accumulate more money for the future tax free and rock irate it's a it's a strategy that's available in a lot of pension plans but a four one K. plans with a lot of people aren't familiar with it don't know how to work with it and the they are missing an incredible opportunity if they have more money to save then the twenty five thousand dollars is somebody over fifty years of age can put in a four oh one K. you know other than a few other things that you can do there's not a lot of ways you can lower your taxes under the new tax laws you know you really college or college planning and we're planning on a private college for a ten year old and her forty five.
"web page" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You have the loan officer on the phone you can sell it will a loan officer give me your name and cell phone number I'm sure I'm going to have some questions and I'll call you back directly. and in the meantime you can say them let me give you permission to run my credit let me tell you about my income how much would I be approved for if I wanted to use the renovation loan you have a captive audience you have them all in there just make sure you get their name and cell phone number so that you can call them back directly for those of you who want to go to our web page the whole book is on our web page now I personally to get a copy of the book I'm a great bathroom reading but if you but if you want to go to the to the web page the web pages are name first preference dot com that's F. I. R. S. T. preference P. R. E. F. E. R. E. N. C. E. first preference dot com and the whole book is there you know what else is there there's even a quick little mini application takes about a minute I have to fill it in if you feel that it is just basic information and it takes him a minute a half you said that in I promise you one of the loan officers will email you back with their name and their cell phone and they'll answer any question you had on the on the quick application and I'll tell you if they're too busy I personally will get back to you I want you to be able to get a hold of a loan officer so that when you need the loan officer you can't see if you're out shopping for a house and you and you and you haven't seen a loan officer yet you can't even put a contract on a house even one that you like because you have to have a letter from a loan officer saying that you are qualified to make an offer you know they don't want to take a cut even if they like your bid they're not gonna take your contract and take their house off the market unless they have a letter from a loan officer say in that you know your credits okay and that you're qualified to make such a bit of the of an offer on the house they don't want a call from the bank two weeks down the road and say put your house back on the market because these people should know made this offer to start with the credit wasn't good enough or their income is it high enough or they don't have the money that they would need to buy the house. they don't want that kind of a call so they want a letter from a loan if you are out looking at houses you find one that you just you know you weren't even intending to put a contracting but you have found the perfect house and the realtor said let's put a contrast but offering and if you have to say the loan officer to the realtor well you have to go let give me a few days to go find a loan officer and get a letter that I need. when you come back the house is going to be gone you have to get your ducks in order know what you're talking about know that your credits okay your your income is sufficient to get your credit doesn't have to be great by the way it just has to be okay. and that's what you need from the loan officer that's why I can't emphasize enough call them up even if you just call them up that you're driving thanks a lot off as a give me your name and cell phone number I'll call you back I want you to have a direct line to a loan officer. I don't want you getting voice mail. now let me tell you something more about the renovation loan you can also use it when you're buying a house think of you looking at houses you find just the house you want. it doesn't have central air. no way in god's earth are you buying a house without central air or doesn't have a fireplace or it only has a one car garage and you wanted a two car garage everything else is great or you found a house and it's pretty solid house but the kitchen is forty years old and and you know that the carpeting in the house is as old as the the seller. you can use the renovation loan when you're buying the house under FHA you only have to put down three and a half percent that's it three and a half percent down payment how much is that on a two hundred thousand dollar house three and a half percent would be seven grand that's the total money you need to buy a two hundred thousand dollar house and that's getting the seller to pay all of your closing cost on a three hundred thousand dollar house three and a half percent would be ten five that's the total money you need but then you say will bill but I believe another fifteen thousand dollars for the kitchen and the new carpeting throughout the whole house is going to cause another eight or ten thousand dollars that would be twenty five grand I don't have twenty five grand after I buy the house use the renovation loan all you do is give me the contractor bids and I will buy the house with just the three and a half percent down payment and I will put the twenty five thousand dollars that you told me you were gonna have a contract to put the new kitchen and the new carpeting I will put that money in an escrow account after you buy the house you have six months. to get your contractor out there as you start to do the work we pay him and draws from the escrow account you can do anything you want to do to that house it's called the FHA renovation loan get a copy of the book it's on our web page to call the office their eight hundred number again is three two one five five five five and ask them for the said you will put a book in the mail to you again it's free. get a copy the book I'm telling you even people who do the work going to use the renovation loan they're out looking at houses and they happen to stumble across the house that they would buy if it had this or that or the other thing. he they need and if they a light goes off with their heads saying bill talked about the renovation loan I can buy this house with just three and a half percent down payment and I can borrow any of the extra money then you can have it done the way you want you know what the seller to do it the seller was if you if you get the seller to do it he call we can always going to slap it together and look how many houses this opens up to you think of the house that's owned by the bank yeah the bank foreclosed on this house three years ago it's been sitting there empty the bank knows you know we need a new roof the bank knows it needs a new kitchen the bank knows it needs new windows and they're willing to they've lowered the sales price they lay loaded from three hundred thousand to two seventy to get rid of it. all right but you don't have the thirty or forty thousand dollars that would take to fix that up even if you could put an offer in and get the house with two sixty you don't have the extra thirty thousand dollars to do the renovations to it. use the renovation loan. I will give you the extra money in the escrow account so now you can look at that house owned by the bank or what about the house that was grandma's house it was inherited by three children the three children just put on the market two and they put the house on the market at a very good price because they know what needs about twenty grand worth the work they don't have the twenty grand I just want to sell the house and split up though the proceeds. you can put an offer in on that house and I will give you the money for all of the renovations or repairs you want to do and you do it with your contractor with the quality of materials that you want to do it with and you do it at your speed and you have six months after you buy the house to get it done nothing has to be done by the seller or the bank I don't care if the house has a roof that's leaking they have a bucket under it you know who else is going to give you a loan with a roof leak a nobody but I can't under the renovation loan as long as you give me that contractor bid saying that you can repair it well maybe you found a house that has water in the basement literally a couple inches of water in the basement it needs a French drain. nobody's going to give you a loan on a house like that except me under the renovation loan as long as you give me a contractor bid saying I'm gonna put ten thousand dollars or whatever cost I'm gonna put a French drain in the basement..
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"Somewhere in time with art bell continue courtesy of. Caroline. with me. she's done documentaries on the springs the pyramids has been to Egypt. really all over the world. and she mentioned just before the top of the hour for those of you particularly in Canada just joining us crop circles interesting she should mention that because on top of the incredible incredible moving video and audio we have regarding the the testing of art's parts at red stone. which is awesome I've just been getting a spectacular replies that's on the web page we have this morning on the web page the first Canadian crop circle that I have ever seen it's an aerial photograph of a rather remarkable double circle a large forty two feet to each in diameter in a wheat field in Saskatchewan. in Canada. so if you would like to see that as of this morning. thanks to Paul I want to thank Paul out there it's a called the broken ville crop circle that's R. O. C. A. N. V. I. L. L. E. in Saskatchewan you're going to want to take a look so I would recommend a quick trip up to the web site to see the newest good aerial photograph of consistent in quality with those others we've had Stonehenge the double helix and so forth. Canada crop circles in Canada it's W. W. W. dot art bell dot com W. W. W. dot art bell dot com and we will talk of crop circles in a moment..
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"The man's waist Boris Johnson will entertain Downing Street this morning as Britain's new prime minister vowing to lead the U. K. out of the European Union and unite a country deeply divided over brexit you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news the Judiciary Committee will be that committee questioning retired special counsel Robert Muller this morning the first of two committees to question him in fact that hearing will start about fifteen minutes we will carry it live here on KTAR this of course will be regarding Muller's report on Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election congressman any Biggs of Arizona is a member of that house Judiciary Committee and will question Mahler joins us on KTAR congressman that we just saw Muller's testimony posted on the committee's web page it's just a copy of the public version of his entire report which is already present it is he just going to read from the report his stated deal with the the judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler's that if he won't read in the excerpts even from the reporters as I don't read any expert excerpts I'm just gonna give them my whole reports by just one and then you can ask me quotes and I will comment about the quote okay what he said so this would be a little different than the usual testimony in from the committee well at least from the Democrats point if you I you know he's still subpoenaed with subpoenaed witness that he's put coming in there's no constraints on we can ask him unless there's a privilege of some kind and he has not asserted any privilege and since that's the case I think I'm gonna ask him a question so I think America wants to get the answers to and how do you come up with those questions you talk to other members of your party that are on this committee and you guys coordinators it just everybody asks what they think is important well some of us have been studying and following this you know for the entire time so so we broke it down in trenches so like somebody's going to it as such kind of coordinated so you know you get this year you get this very what are you do you want and and and what questions going to ask so that we were trying not to step on each other's tentative yeah exactly right and then you have you read the entire mall report I have a knife of work myself back through it again so we are talking with congressman any big Verrazano who as a member of the Judiciary Committee will be asking questions of Robert Muller during his testimony in front of Congress today live here by the way on K. T. A. R. and belt fifteen minutes congressman what do you make of Muller asking that his long time aide Erin's doubly be sworn in as a witness well in in my committee he's not gonna be sworn in judiciary which makes it very interesting our intelligence he's gonna be sworn in so they can asking questions he can't comment or make any statement if you're not a sworn in witness and it's not unusual that somebody sitting behind you it is unprecedented in the Judiciary Committee which by the way is one of the oldest committees in the history of the country for a non sworn in witness attorney to be sitting next to me think of it this way when Hillary Clinton test flight for ten hours on Benghazi nobody sat at the table with her she was on her own so are you thinking kind of what I'm thinking and that is that a lot of what Muller says is not going to be nearly as important as the questions that are asked of him yeah I agree with that I think because I think it's going to be a dud from his side because he's gonna refuse dance a lot of questions but I think it'll point out in in at some point it will be obvious that that does a lot of important information did not get put into that report a lot of important information has not been brought forward and still needs to be brought forward as to how this whole thing started is that what you're gonna ask about is is how this whole investigated the investigation started I'm gonna be talking about that in the terms of of conflict of interest and I'm also going to be I think we need to find out when he made the determination there was no coordination conspiracy or collusion with the Russians by anyone in the trunk campaign do you think you're going to get any traction because do the Democrats control the house they control this committee they do but the rules of the house allow each person ask five minutes and then Jim five minutes were the questions really goes by fast and so I think we'll get I think we'll get the questions asked I don't know if we'll get the answers we'll just have to see how disciplined and reticent Mister Muller it's all right that is any big Carson from Arizona who will be one of the people asking questions of Robert Muller today in front of the Judiciary Committee there Alan Congress at a on Capitol Hill one of two congressional hearings today that will feature or Robert Muller of course this all goes back to the report that he put out a special counsel written report on the Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and that is coming up live here on K. 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"To my web page and look at properties find my favorite people that are vendors in the business. I've got a really cool page that is probably the most traveled page on my website. And that you gotta Becky Ivan's dot com, and b e c k y IV I in s dot com, and look it's a favorites tab. It's got becky's favorites look on there. And it's going to have a variety of vendors and Mike Gannon are you on microphone? You can't be a microphone, okay? I guess how much people pay to be on that webpage. I know the answer this question. Okay. What is it? Absolutely nothing. Absolutely nothing. You have to really earn your white up there to that page. You have to have been a vendor of mine worked for may end or my clients for usually many many years couple of decades, some of those people have been with you couple of Robbins roofing. Yeah. With you forever. Well, highs electric is electric. Yeah. S WBZ mortgage. If you're looking for my goodness. A painter a handyman a therapist is on there. I mean, mental health because I'm a big advocate for mental health. And so I wanna give resources there are people that I trust. So go on there and see who you might try heat near people on that list. You've got plumbers on that list. Everybody that you would. Mediator net list used him this week. So there's there's great resources therefore for you at Becky Ivan's dot com. If you need assistance on any kind of a real estate transaction. I want you to give me a call. It is seven to two thirty to thirty two seven two two three two three two and. It is for our smoking hot deals. Brought to you by CASA Rico Mexican grill concept Rico's.
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"The president of the United States is also a role model his or her behavior influences the public and documented by Dr James Gilligan in his book. Why some politicians are more dangerous than others? I'll give you a hint spoiler on the book, the dangerous ones generally are having an after their name. According to the good doctor. Trump's assault on the country's mental health is part of a much larger pattern the Republican party and the conservative movement have for decades advanced an agenda, which has. Good so Noida with this web page here, which has hurt the overall health and wellbeing of most Americans. Donald Trump's negative impact on mental health extends to their intimate sex lives. What is post traumatic Trump disorder? What? You see Ross said he's having a seizure in there. I'm sorry, man. I'm just if it's like if you're all like, hey, let's Netflixing chill, and you can't really get to the chill part. Because you every time you look at your partner, you keep thinking of Trump some reason or I some reason when you look at your lady, happy Valentine's Day, everyone, by the way, you look at your beautiful women, and you can't stop thinking of Trump's hair. There's a problem there. I mean in the problem isn't Trump unless unless she looks like Trump, right, which whatever. Yeah. Have did I guess no judgment here? But I mean, what is your problem that you can't Netflix and chill? I don't you. Can't stop thinking to Trump. You went to sleep with you yet. Let it if it controls the work at work because you work in an environment where there's government connection fine controls interactions with people like on on a social level. I get that. Some people are. I'm sorry. This thing keeps reloading because it's just a just crap. It's a crap article on a crap web page, but you know, that's like I can't remember the stories. I I just can't talk to my family. Remember when Trump got elected and people got divorced. Do you? Remember, those stories just and now now you need e medication. Because of a election ladies, if yearly with your man, you're like, hey, let's let's you know, relax on the weekend. You'll get an a couch, and they start to you know. Yeah. You know, they start to do stuff. And your man is like no, I can't because Trump did a new man new man, get it, no way. Who's not a new San get an actual man whose man is that. This is so you so. So incredibly irritate. What was I had a story? I can't because of the resistance. Well, technically that it would be a legitimate excuse for different reasons. And even then it can be overcome the point. I'm making is. Whatever I think that we've hit rock bottom on where and what can be influenced by. Not just because you had a bad day. Or there's one thing you feel really passionate about these people are claiming that this is the that the entirety of Donald Trump, the Republican party and everything it represents has been driving the country to suicide more and more in creating more mental illness year after year after year, that's the crux of this article. And yet the people that I see acting questionably questionably from a mental standpoint. Generally are not people. I would put his staunch a staunch Republican. Those people act really boring. Saying that the description is really boring. It's the people that are kneeling at an inauguration screaming, no and becoming a viral Meam of epic proportions. Does those are those are the people that I kind of wonder about that. Maybe you know. Hey, check yourself in somewhere and see if we can get you a little help, buddy. So the article goes on what is post traumatic Trump disorder. How does Donald Trump's misogyny and other unethical and unhealthy behavior towards women reflect deeper systemic cultural problems in an effort to answer these very important questions, I interviewed Dr Susan Bloch. Dr Suzy's, the founder director of Dr Susan Bloch institute for a Roddick arts. Okay. I'm a little jealous. I kinda favorite that was gonna be mine if I ever had an institute, and now, she's stolen. She does HBO TV show. This lady is all right. So. Here's a here's a Q and A how has the age of Trump impacted Americans collective mental health and their intimate lives. It's had a big impact for some this answer. It has a big impact for some people. Trump's campaign presidency created PTSD what I call post Trump sex disorder. Trump has created feelings of fear loathing and Naza which means people aren't wanting to be intimate anymore. Mostly. This is is seen in women who are simply appalled by how tree how creepy Trump is. He takes what are often positive off and positive male attributes of confidence, but takes it way over the line. It's a real turn off. It's also a real turn off for him. She refers to was rape, entitled arrogance. That's the thing to write that down. Let me let me see what some of these other questions. I'm sorry. I just I was starting to read this article is we're coming back from break. And I'm just amazed the more and more. I scan. So I'm trying to get a trying to get a number like a percentage that this woman feels her afflicted by it. Donald Trump is a turnoff for many people. But for some people that are turned on and titillated by Trump. Okay. You should seek help to if your role playing Trump. That's the opposite side of the spectrum. I was talking about. But that's equally weird once again, no judgment, but complete judgment. And it's weird. Just stop it. Stop. Would you go about? And I don't mean, hey, Mr President, you know, JFK Marilyn Monroe role play but with current actors. I mean, just don't. Maybe does used to be the in your in dirty talk. But with Trump dirty talk with his words. Bigly. Don't do that. Please. If you do just don't tell anyone ever. And don't then fight with the person you're doing it with 'cause they'll tell everyone as they should. Oh, these people are not suffering from post Trump sexual disorder. That's right because they're still hook it up because they're not insane. Well, they're insane. But for for different reasons, I emphasize people because it's both men and women who are aroused and track did in titillated by Donald Trump. There's definitely a homo erotic attraction for Trump being inst- by. Oh, so do guys who voted for Donald Trump did it 'cause they're into him? That's what this chick saying. They pulled that lever. But imagined it was something else. Are you serious? Okay. Dudes voted for Trump or gay. Oh my goodness. Both men and women. Have a secret fantasy of Trump being quote, a bad boy, an evil daddy whose really hot my evil bad. Boy, daddy, you know, I'm starting to think the problem here. Maybe be with the author of the article what might be. This lady. Oh my goodness. Who sits around and thinks of this. All right. I'm sorry. I just got so immersed. You wanna you wanna touch on this feel free? All you secret. Trump fantasize IRS or people impacted to the point where you can't reproduce. That's the secret plan. They're making us a moon. Batts can't reproduce. Genius. And it's seven twenty one back in a bit. You.
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"Of the web page. A new report this morning says the FBI secretly recorded Illinois house speaker Michael Madigan trying to get business for his private law firm from a developer that was brought to him by Chicago alderman, Danny so Lee's son time says at the time Sali's was considering the developers request to build a hotel in Chinatown. In a statement who is attorney Madigan denies wrongdoing and says, he's unaware his office or law firm is under investigation. Sometimes reports has the new information suggests a federal investigation that extends beyond alderman, Ed Burke, and perhaps into the longstanding practice of lawmakers mixing personal business and political business. Do you spend endless hours scrolling on your phone? Have you felt anxious when your phone isn't nearby? Do you need your phone during conversations or while eating maybe while driving? You're not the only one WGN's Ryan burrow takes a look at the growing problem in part one of his eary's cracking the cellphone addiction in two thousand seven Steve Jobs introduced the world. To the iphone what we wanna do is make a leapfrog product that is way smarter than any mobile devices ever been and super easy to use. This is what I phones. Device that changed the way we communicate and gather information, but as researchers are learning short twelve years later, it could also be having an impact on her emotions relationships. Inhabits Allison Johnson is the manager of program and business development for the behavioral health department at central dupage hospital, which is part of the north western medicine system. So see my cell phone just went off. And I wanna know what what happened there. She seemed firsthand what cell phones have been doing to a generation of users there distracted from normal conversation. They're distracted from their work. They're distracted from driving. And it starts to change your brain in that you are compulsively wanting to react says research is starting to show the impact to our is our hearing even our ability to read body language is you in people's ability to read physical cues when they are face to face with other people. She says a big reason we reach for our phone soman breeding Fordham because we have this ready access reduction. The ability to delay gratification. It's up to us to monitor healthy use of it. And we don't know how yet just scratching the surface. You can listen to the full interview. With Allison Joson wgnradiOcom. We talk about addiction what schools are doing. And what parents should be communicating to children who are learning about phones and tomorrow part two we talked to a therapist holding a camp specifically for digital addiction. Ryan burrow, WGN news. Now, WGN sports. Here's Andy Mainzer fifty three's a couple of days away patriots and rans battle after the Lombardi trophy, Atlanta or the bears aren't there. They did help one of the teams get ready for the big game. We get more from WGN's Adam Hogue in Atlanta while the bears convincing win over the Rams in December gave Chicago hopes of a Super Bowl it actually taught. The Rams exactly what they needed to get to Atlanta. We've learned a lot from playing in.
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"You to our web page for our district and the first graphic is for this interchange. And when you click on that graphic, it will take you to the webpage and all the alternates are listed there. There's a comment form that people can download if they are a paper to pencil kind of person, and they can send it in or drop it off. But there's a link for an online survey that is exact same questions that the comment form has and people can take that online survey as well. And the survey and comment periods open until the twenty fifth of January. Okay. Real quickly. I let you go. What are the cost of this project from cheapest and most expensive based on those options of four options that we have. I'll give that back to Amanda. Okay. Perfect. Okay. So for the build alternative, we have around sixteen point eight million and then for for a pin one. And then me go through the individual alternatives or just give me the just give me the prices on the three the three other options. Okay. All right for alternative. When a it is a twenty four point two million on alternative three. We had a thirty one point two million. And then on alternative for we have twenty twenty nine point two million perfect. All right. Well, thank you guys so much for taking the time to explain this to us. You guys did a great job. We appreciate it. All right. Thank you very much. Thank you both. Okay. I have the website up super, Dave. It's actually really easy to get to you. Go to that transportation dot.