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Fresh update on "werner" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:42 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "werner" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"That's noble gold. Eight seven seven six four six five three four seven. One of our brilliant listeners emailed us freedom at charlie kirk dot com jonathan with a phenomenal take. People are more concerned with cheating in sports than the elections. People were prosecuted and sentenced for cheating their kids into college. It's mind boggling. Such a great point that we had the department of justice do a sting operation for parents that were buying college attendance and admittance to the university of southern california. But we can have the sort of sting operation set up to try and prevent massive voter fraud which we know exists. What do you think the priorities are for the ruling class. Definitely not to touch our voting system. I can tell you that much but instead they want set up. Some sort of in the broad scheme of things inconsequential staying that lori. Laughlin is giving a significant contribution to get their kids into college. Here's something that is just not the biggest piece of news that people who give significantly to these universities expect something in return especially when their kids want to go to those schools. Not exactly breaking news actually something that should surprise people but for whatever reason that warranted a massive federal investigation indictments embarrassment and millions of dollars of taxpayer expenditures. A great point jonathan. I'm gonna give you a signed copy of my book the maga- doctrine for that kind of insight and wisdom is terrific. You guys can always email us freedom at charlie kirk dot com freedom at charlie kirk dot com. I want to play some sound here of some more things that are happening in the news. I wanna play putt fifty six. This is a guy who just walks up to a news reporter. Who says wake up. Stand up this is america be free. There was enough money to give every family twenty thousand dollars but instead they gave it to special interests. This is an estate order. This is tyranny. Standup dave morris. Talking about what i have called for quite some time. The looming class war in our country play cut fifty six the details on why the judge said no government leaders are you. Are you the owner of money especially description campaign donors. I'm more place so what's going on. What's what's going. tell me you tell me. Hey we got a government that has taken the stimulus money. They gave it to special game. Donors the game especially injures. They abandon me and they have put me to position where i have to fight back gangs. Do you feel that. This is the right thing to do. Absolutely i feel everybody needs to stand up. Hey listen there was enough money to give every family every family in this country. Twenty thousand dollars to go home for two months. They chose to give it a special interest in campaign donors kennedy space center there being. So you're giving me money good for sixty days. Let this virus settle down. I'm not gonna do it alone game. Are you going to continue to violate the state's orders say state order. This isn't an order. This is this is tyranny. What do you want to tell other restaurant owners who ain't got standoff american fee free. I agree to its coming out. Support me. I like this guy. Unscripted authentic how about the state. Legislators that have that same sort of can we have state legislators that have that kind of backbone and patriots. Just the normal guy. He had more wisdom in that minute and a half clip than i have heard from most politicians that have started washington. Dc over the last twenty years. He's exactly right and we were one of the only programs in shows. That had the stimulus right. We said that it's not gonna majorly stimulate economic growth. That it's only going to campaign donors kennedy center in dc national public radio so we get the fund conservatives. Getting endlessly investigated in ridiculed paid for by your taxpayer dollars. But he is previewing is a lou class werner country. Thanks so much for listening everybody. Email us your questions as always freedom at charlie kirk dot com. We are on top of the news. We give you the information as you need it as you want. You can go to charlie kirk dot com for all the updates. Thanks so much for listening. Everybody god bless speak to you soon..

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Cyber crime spikes as online holiday shopping picks up

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | Last week

Cyber crime spikes as online holiday shopping picks up

"Adobe reports the Thanksgiving Day online sales hit a record $5.1 billion. That's up more than 21%. From just last year. Americans or today is black Friday as we said American shattering records for online shopping since the pandemic began, and some analysts predicting online sales could hit $10 billion today and reached nearly 190 billion over the holiday season. But the Federal Trade Commission says cyber crime involving social media has more than tripled in the last year. CBS News Consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner reports that Facebook has taken steps to prevent cyber scams. Facebook said in its last enforcement report. It had removed 1.3 billion fake accounts from the platform. So that gives you an idea of how many are out

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An Unexplained Monolith in the Utah Desert

Kottke Ride Home

01:57 min | Last week

An Unexplained Monolith in the Utah Desert

"A helicopter crew from. Utah's department of public safety. Were on a routine assignment coming bighorn sheep in the southeastern part of the state when they spotted a mysterious silver monolith in the middle of the red rock standing about ten to twelve feet tall. Perfect shiny triangular prism the crew. Says it definitely looks like it was planted there on purpose not dropped from above on accident. Short of some nasa experiment pilot brit. Hutchings thinks it was probably put there by an artist maybe fan of two thousand one. A space odyssey. It does bear a striking resemblance to the black monolith that appears in that film but the department of public safety reminded people in a statement that installations on public land require permits quote. No matter what planet. You're from end quotes. They've also said they won't disclose exactly where they found it. Because it's in a location that could be dangerous to navigate for amateur hikers. And they don't want to cause curious visitors to injure themselves or become stranded. But they did post a bunch of photos and videos taken by the crew with the monolith including one where one of the guys standing on top of another one's shoulders to get a measurement of the monolith against lincoln. The show notes. So you can see for yourself with this mysterious structure. Looks like i'm kind of curious how long it's been there you know. How often do people fly over this part of red rock country looking for sheep or otherwise paying close enough attention to have noticed it. The guardian pointed out that some people have noticed. The monolith bears striking resemblance to the works of artists. John mccracken who did live in nearby new mexico but died. Eight years ago he's galleries. David's werner did not return request for comment from the guardian. Is it possible. The monolith has been there for over eight years just waiting to be discovered or was it planted by someone else or some thing else. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

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"werner" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

06:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"werner" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"So but i think that islam tries and even maker itself. We have seen footage guardians custodians of the face try to divert the pilgrims a little bit away from the sacred stone from the blackstone because it is not part of the teachings of islam now the veneration of the stone goes a long way back at it. It's had a very chequered history. It was even stolen at one point. And how much does it. Way if i were going to steal it hypothetically speaking it set in sunny almost like a front end of a washing machine setting some resins in its anointed every day with various oils incense And there are several pieces of it. Serving silver encasing. What's really striking in. The movie is the way that people of scribe different meetings to meteorites in different places and different times. i'm curious the full name of your movie is fireball visitors from darker worlds. What do you mean by darker worlds. What does that mean to you for me. It means it. Isn't that much like a custom to a lot of light because the close proximity to the sun but apparently there's something very dark. Mary unknown very mysterious out. Then we have to live with it and will never solve it and will never solve that. Say we making contact to extraterrestrials if out there because he may send out a message. Two hundred fifty thousand years later an answer would come back. We don't have that time in. It's going to stay mystery but we're recording this. The oh cyrus wreck spacecraft is on its way back to earth with a piece of the asteroid benue and there's a japanese mission High abboud to that's bringing back. The piece of another asteroid called rio go to different missions which we're no longer waiting for the rocks to come to us. We're going to the rocks. It's sort of cashed light yeah dark flips the whole idea of the visitor kind of on its head. I think it's wonderful for meteorologist because they've they've envied terrestrial geologists. I can go out to a volcano with my hammer. I can take a rock. I know exactly where it's come from. They've had to work with stones brought even unknown providence. You get to walk around all the time getting all that Meteorologist envy cast your way. We ensure that conferences don't clash so we don't. We don't meet each other. But i mean the higher booster to mission is is very exciting. That that's due back next month and may have scooped up a gram of Ryu google and regardless is one of the these organic rich bodies asteroidal bodies so it may well have Some of these extraordinary organic molecules in it very astonishing missions amino acids that apparently conform just in deep space. Apparently they found sugar a meteorites. So do you think then. Let's say in my or your lifetime. Do you think we'll find a way to get. Life started molecules that replicate themselves. I think that's a very challenging task. In on that kind of timescale. I think life. I don't think life is everywhere but i think the ingredients If we look at these organic molecules which formed apile typically but. I mean as a geologist at to me. It's it's astonishing. I'm used to inorganic minerals in the volcanic rocks I look at to have molecules with a hundred carbon atoms in them Even a protein is now being found carried by a meteorite is very very mind boggling. But but that's not life you know where. Where does that matter have to get to. What's the environment it needs than for for a life to be possible and that's a very self replicate. Yes and i think this is still there are some who consider. Life is another another Phase and other state of matter But i think there's a lot more to it than that gets in. your car. Says the universe is extremely hostile against life much of it most of it and there might be that lots of tiny tiny tiny specks out there where life is possible and of course we have discovered places it seemed to be more friendly towards life excel planets. And there's a huge hype about all these because it doesn't help us to know as twenty five thousand light years away some sort of consolation which might be Favorable origins of life will never know. Because it's too far away. We can send a probe that far in white trades return. So let's forget about it but we know such elva abundance of stars and planets and galaxies out that trillions and trillions and uh separates tiny islands where life is possible and it wouldn't be surprising to find it there. One day fainted coming in on a meteorite embedded in the meteorite. But it's all not that exciting. We know that the possibility is kelly. Hide that there's life out there. Yeah very interesting kinds of life in. Oh my goodness would be too. Hey so i would be interesting to me. Oh my goodness so. I say there's two questions everybody asks everybody from the time. You're a little kid until your last breath. Where did we all come from. And then are we alone. Those are the two questions and so for me. This is this your new movie has those themes going all the way through it this darkness. These visitors people revered them a study them very closely and trying to find out what the solar system was like when it got started and tried to caution against figments of fantasy in the movies. We won't find What we see in star wars. I wish we would run into the little green men roy to the And you're telling you. The mandalorian is not documentary. It's not a realistic nation. You know my favorite one is is the blob. Especially because it's it's got that nice cinematic link when it turns up in the projection booth when all the kids are watching their a.

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"werner" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

10:17 min | 3 weeks ago

"werner" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"Starting now. Welcome welcome to science rules. I'm your host bill nye. This is the show where science rules. It's a call in show if you wanna be on the show and i hope you do. Leave us a voicemail. A two zero one. Four seven two zero seven eight five or go to ask bill. Nye dot com. You can also check me out all the social media to find out about our upcoming guests. Today i am joined once again by science writer editor and dear friend. Seriously corey us powell. Hello corey bill greetings. Salutations now as you know. I'm pretty blase about celebrities. I i'm on the show you all the time and honestly i barely even notice it. I like there's not even a palpitation. Going on even palpitation palpitation But i have to admit. I'm a little bit star struck by our guest today because we have not only a noted vulcanologist but also the legendary filmmaker who created fits caro- and thus farrah to someone who has a unique personal perspective on science. And somebody who. I personally just very excited to have on the show to hear how he shares that perspective with us. Yes yes yes my friends our guest. Today there are two of them. Are dr clive openheimer and verner freaking herzog people. Doctoral imer's volcanologist. The university of cambridge in the uk. Mr herzog is a renowned director of many films. Not just the ones you mentioned. But some of my favorite documentaries in grizzly man encounters at the end of the world and cave of forgotten dreams burner. Hudson hawk and dr clive open hunger. Welcome to science. Rules may call you verner. And may i call you clive to all right so today we are talking about your new movie. It's called fireball visitors from our worlds. So is this about aliens will. It is not really but because nothing is alien out there in the universe. Even life is not alien by opinion because we share the same history with the entire university. Same chemistry the same physics. So it's highly probable. Is life out there. But probably it's going to be very disappointing. As uninteresting is not of the running nose of a toddler. This movie is about cosmic dust asteroids impacts meteorites fireball visits from darker worlds Why did you want to make this. Movie about asteroids cosmic dust. What got you going on this. So then i a film on volcanoes for years into the inferno and that that is the topic very close to my heart eruptions of the past and present eruptions and their impacts on on society. How to monitor them About two euro. So after that film came out i was costing around for for ideas of what would be a good topic for another film and while on a visit to south korea. I visited the korean poder. Research institute and most meteorites found by scientists have found in taco. They have research vessel. That goes down there. They have a at least a couple of basis. I have an optic operation as well So they found about one thousand meteorites done talker and while while talking to the metric system looking at these wonderful stones curated in ultra clean lab each one of them in a cubicle with a nitrogen atmosphere to preserve them I was struck by just the visual aesthetics of this but also it struck me that this was another very very rich topic Vernon i might tackle. Because it's not justice geoscience. It's also the significance that these stones that have fallen from the haven't had for human cultures throughout time and around the world. So i got by from that visit in a couple of weeks. Put a draft outline together of of how we might treat the the topic. I gave her an article. And then you saw this. And what was your reaction what what made you think that this is a topic that spoke to you you want to interact with just a that Trusted me he had done. Research and had documented over thirty impact sites including those places were the significance of cultural. Significance is enormous like the blackstone in the great mosque in in my car which is venerated in the slavic world. He pinpointed place. For example torres strait islands in one island mayor island between northern australia and papua new guinea. The tribal people believe that the souls of the departed ride on meteorites right on shooting stars into the netherworld and so it was such a fascinating arrangement of locations cultural impacts And also cast of characters so all that was sent to me by back life in intake more than five seconds flat and it was clear i would be on board and i knew we would have very fine collaborations because they bring some well competitive sets of skills into a movie right. What's that relationship like between the two of you. How do you collaborate. You have the best collaborations among brothers. The coen brothers viana brothers in italy and and they're great but siblings. We are not sibling spencer. We have settled things disputes always in the sense of friendship and respect and we did not want to have it to pinned down in legal terms. The attorneys immediately came in. They said are. We have to define the your legal responsibilities and drives responsibility. Not and who would overrule whom in which case. Since i said no stay away stay back. We send sorted out in. We sent to out in the right spirit almost like siblings. So you just mentioned something that caught my ear just now. You're talking about the island between australia. And papua new guinea where the spirits of the dead are believed to ride on shooting stars into you also mentioned meteorites and just say for the listeners technically a meteor is the streak in the sky a meteorite is when the rock makes it all the way to the earth's surface. Did these ancient peoples understand the connection between streaks in the sky shooting stars rocks burning up entering the atmosphere and rocks that made it to the ground. That's a norm against con- conceptual leap. Don't think they have this kind of distinction. Aci would know he spent the i would say an until the eighteenth century it was. It was widely understood that objects could fall from the sky from the heavens and the these objects will venerated like the blackstone the was said to have been brought by the angel gabriel from heaven given to abraham to set in the wall of the the first cobber but in the eighteenth century it was the western scientists of the day. Who who actually. I couldn't believe that anything could be suspended in space. Other than the heavenly bodies and they completely dismissed the idea of of cosmic stones even with the discoveries of isaac newton and his understanding of the motion of the moon. Yeah this these reports were the superstitions of peasants along with their accounts of of rains of blood and frogs and and so on and so they've completely dismissed is only at the very end of the eighteenth century beginning of the nineteenth century when more of these stones found and it was seen that a stone in india was very similar to a stone found in america that it became untenable this idea that the the meteorites were formed by lightning in the atmosphere all were volcanic stones that had been carried by storms. They had to be extraterrestrial scientists. Such antiquity greek and roman antiquity. The story right now. It's striking that they got the story right back then whereas i mean there's a famous quote circulates that thomas jefferson was very skeptical about the reality of stones falling from heaven somehow that that ancient sense of plausibility got lost along the way yet. It's very interesting. How it's one of those. Instances where science really took to wrong turn for awhile but it righted itself. I mean that's that's the important thing so it sounds this time. Oh thomas jefferson and his skepticism about rocks falling from the sky. The people who worship the stone in mecca watching the movie. I kinda sense that the mystery that you're driving it showed i said mystery about the black rock number one. We do not know for certain whether it's really a a meteorite. We are not allowed to to scrutinize it. Typically that's obvious and the stone was narrated probably a thousand whole millennium before the arrival of islam before the profit muhammad started islam but it did not influence the doctrine of islam at all but the reason for the stone at this very place car was alive and caught the imagination of the local people..

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Pelosi and Mnuchin Discuss Possible Coronavirus Aid

The Daily 202's Big Idea

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Pelosi and Mnuchin Discuss Possible Coronavirus Aid

"Democrats yesterday offer two point, two, trillion, dollar coronavirus relief package and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin immediately engaged in talks Ansi policy in mnuchin spoke last night and agreed to talk again today the running out of time to reach a deal before the November election but their planned talks this week appear to be the most extensive engagement they've had in more than a month Senate Republicans in Mnuchin have also said, two point, two trillion it's too much to spend but MNUCHIN is said he's open to discussing it. It's not immediately clear whether the talks will bear fruit or whether Democratic leaders would use the bill to provide. Political cover for moderate. House. Democrats who've grown increasingly anxious over Congress's inaction on pandemic relief MNUCHIN has said his priorities in a new round of spending would be eight for small businesses and children. He's also talked about providing more assistance to the airline industry and approving another round of stimulus checks. There are some overlap in the White House is goals with things Democrats included in their new draft bill. The bill would fund a range of programs including many that Republicans have supported in recent months. For example, it would extend the paycheck protection program and provide one hundred, eighty, two billion dollars for K. The biggest budget item in the new package would be four, hundred, thirty, six, billion dollars in aid to states, cities in territorial and tribal governments that have experienced. Major budget crunches this year. The bill also would support an assortment of other programs including seventy, five billion for coronavirus testing and contact tracing. But my colleague Erika Werner reports that several Senate Republicans oppose spending any more money at all and it's unclear how that dynamic coupled with the Senate's focused on filling the Supreme Court, vacancy could affect the chances for any kind of deal.

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Two deputies in critical condition after being shot at Los Angeles-area train station

Retirement 360

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Two deputies in critical condition after being shot at Los Angeles-area train station

"Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies are in critical condition after they were ambushed by a man in a transit station in Compton Saturday evening at Lake County Sheriff Homicide Detective Captain Can't Werner says Both deputies are currently out of surgery but remain critically injured. Giving Detective is a vague description at the scene. We have a very, very generic suspect description. The dark skinned male And that came from one of the deputies, one of the victims a manhunt this morning for the suspect, Billionaire

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A strange Blue Flame

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:31 min | 3 months ago

A strange Blue Flame

"Welcome to catch myths and mystery signer host kid chrome today a little insight into a different kind of fire at the heart of many seafaring stories going back hundreds of years detail of a blue fire coming up from top of a master crackling along the railing along the gunwales. Some sailors described how they had watched a blue crackling light move along the top of the water climb up the side of this ship wind around the mass where would vanish into thin air. Today we would refer to a sailor's description of a blue light moving around their ship, a saint elmo's fire. This is a weather phenomenon where a sharp or pointed object is passing through a strong electric field in atmosphere not dangerous if it can be an indicator of a charge difference around you making lightning more likely to strike you despite your location in eighteen ninety. Nine Colorado Springs and experiment by Nikola Tesla that utilized undoubted waves caused horses at the livery stable because suddenly Bolton kick free of their stalls, even the insects felt the effects of the electrical barrage butterflies became electrified helplessly swirling circles, their wings, sprouting Blue Halos of saint almost fire during World War One Germany had dozens of rigid airships called Zeppelin's they could travel eighty five miles an hour and carry up to two tons of bombs by the Nineteen Thirties Dr Louvred cder who overseeing the design of this upland step aside to allow the head of the company Hugo. To design the huge Hindenburg class airships in all tour bill designated L Z one, twenty, nine. The HINDENBURG was one hundred, three feet long with a diameter of one hundred, thirty, five feet is gas capacity was just south of seven million cubic feet I I flew in March nineteen thirty six American Airlines contracting with the operators of the Hindenburg shuttled passengers from Lakehurst Newark. Connections to airplane flights she carried thirty six passengers with a crew sixty, one and two thousand, nine, hundred trainees. The airship was hours behind schedule WANNA passed over Boston due to these headwinds landing at Lakehurst was further delayed by foul weather that included thunderstorms the captain opted to pass over. Manhattan. At six, fifty, five PM, the storm had passed and the captain directed the Hindenburg in the direction of it's more at Lakers were the ground crew waited. At seven PM local time the Hindenburg made his final approach from an altitude of six, hundred, fifty feet. The ship would drop rope in cable and be winched tied to more in tower. It began to rain the ground crew grabbed the mooring lines at seven twenty, five a number of individuals on the ground witnessed what they later would state look like a blue. Flame climb up the back of the HINDENBURG seconds later it burst into Flame Werner France was a fourteen year old cabin boy who is dazed by the fire. But when one of the ship's water bladders burst, he was drenched and managed to get out of a hatch used to load food into the kitchen once on the ground, he ran from the burning inferno. The only survivor to escape without any injuries he was also the last surviving crew member and died at the age of ninety two in August two, thousand, fourteen, another survivor was Joseph Spa. ADVIL COMIC ACROBAT. When he saw the first sign of trouble, he smashed the window with this movie camera which had been filming the landing. The film did the disaster by the way that's ship near the ground. He lowered himself out the window on hung onto window ledge letting go when the ship was perhaps twenty feet above the ground his acrobatic instincts kicked in and spa kept his feet under him attempted to do a safety role. When he landed, he injured his ankle nonetheless days Woodley crawling away on a member of the ground crew came up, swung the diminutive SPA under one arm and ran him clear that fire days lady during an interview and investigation was determined that sabotage was. The, cost of the flames but Saint Elmo's fire and that had caused the initial spark that caught the gas on fire. A different

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Mail Delivery In Swing States Falls Short, Worrying Elections Officials

All Things Considered

04:30 min | 4 months ago

Mail Delivery In Swing States Falls Short, Worrying Elections Officials

"You're planning to vote by mail this election, there are troubling signs that on time mail delivery is not meeting the standards set by the Postal Service. A PM reports the investigations unit of American Public Media analysed first class mail delivery data, and it found that mail service in critical swing states is worse than a year ago. Elections officials worry that late ballots may never be counted. Tom shek has the story. The Corona virus pandemic has prompted tens of millions of people across the country to consider something different this November voting by mail, Wisconsin resident Eliza Werner is one of them. In June. She and her husband requested absentee ballots for the August primary. But she started worrying after not getting her ballot after waiting a month as people started talking more and more about the upcoming election. I just thought, you know I really should have received that by now. It's been a couple of weeks, she says. She was told other voters in the Milwaukee suburb reported similar problems. The clerk canceled Warner's initial ballot and re sent new ones. Elections officials say Nearly 700 ballots were not delivered to Milwaukee area voters for this week's primary. And that comes just months after thousands of ballots didn't reach Wisconsin voters in the April primary. And analysis of mail delivery confirms voter complaints. The Postal District serving eastern and southern Wisconsin repeatedly failed to meet on time delivery goal since 2016 putting it in the bottom quarter of districts across the country. Wisconsin isn't the only swing state Postal district failing to meet delivery standards. Detroit's on time delivery for two day male plunged nearly 22% since last year. None of this surprises. Tina Barton, She's an election's manager in Michigan and says some primary voters there complained about never even getting ballots in the mail. So even a couple weeks prior to that I had a City council member tell me that they had gone four days and had not received any mail and so about a couple weeks prior to the election, I was really starting to sound the alarm to people and I had important, says she started telling voters who requested ballots in the run up to the primary to return them in person. Timely mail delivery is important because Michigan, like more than half the states requires ballots to be returned by election Day. Postal officials are urging voters to mail their ballots at least a week before Election Day. They also say they're working with elections officials to educate them about election male standards. Speaking before the Postal Services Board of governors last week, Postmaster General Lewis to Joy said election male will be delivered in a timely manner. We have delivery standards that have been in place for many years. The standards have not changed, and despite any associations to the contrary. We're not slowing down Election mail or any other male. We are dealing with a directive under the new postmaster general that is not seeking to improve the delivery performance. Timmy Patrick is an election male expert for the Democracy fund. She says to Joy's recent changes to how the postal services run will make mail delivery slower at a time when it needs to speed up When you eliminate over time when you change the work ethos of an entire organization that is get the mail through To leave it behind. It's going to cause problems to joy made his changes after the on time delivery data was collected for the last quarter, leading Patrick to suspect It's even worse now. Individual postal carriers and a union leader representing postal workers also say the changes, air leading toe upheaval and significant delays across the country. Elections officials are urging voters to hand deliver their balance to a drop box or elections office if it's close to election Day. Still, some voting rights advocates say that doesn't go far enough. Allison Riggs leads the voting rights program at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice in North Carolina. She says. North Carolina doesn't have a lot of experience handling mail ballots. Couple that with mail delivery worries and rig says it's better to vote in person were suddenly talking about potentially hundreds of thousands of new things to be in the mail. Back in Wisconsin, ELISA Werner says she'll again request a ballot be mailed to her for the November election. But she won't return it by mail.

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Turning Open Source Developers Into Superfans

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04:29 min | 4 months ago

Turning Open Source Developers Into Superfans

"Today's topic. How do you create a platform that people not only us, but tell their friends about when that goes beyond just being useful and actually connects deeply with the user in this episode recorded at our crypto startup school. In April Twenty Twenty eight sixteen z General. Partner Chris, Dickson talked about building communities with get hub co, founder, Tom Preston Werner. Discussed how to engage early users, how to turn them into your biggest advocates had a create super fans and more. Today get hub is leading community for open source developers and others. The also discuss in-person communities versus distributed communities a topic that's very top of mind today. So here's Chris and Tom starting with the beginnings of get hub. So. How did the idea come about? That was while I was at power set and we were using get internally a little bit. I was working on an internal project with erling and. Co Workers I was working with Dave on introduced me to get. He was like, this is the greatest thing like the Lennox. Lennox Colonel Uses this. It has this really nice branching emerging model and he showed it to me and I was like this is this is pretty awesome. It's the command line stuff a little hard to use it like you have to have an account on a server somewhere and pushing and pulling from repository to repositories. Awkward. But I definitely saw the potential, and so we started using it internally power set and going to the ruby meet ups in San Francisco and just started thinking about how great it was, and but nobody was using nobody could. Really. The dominant reveal using over to using subversion was the most prominent open source. See some people would be using CVS. Some people were using perforce. But it's not only about trying to trying to make it possible for people to harness the power that I saw in being a web developer. I, I not make this, know how to write code that can read from disk and pull get objects of disk and give them into ruby so that they can be exposed a ruby on rails web site and I, thought that would be a cool project that I could work on accident projects with people that I knew and just started showing it around the community. and. So you this website and then you put it up ended immediately, Kinda get popular or did it take a long time or? Did, we did a a thing that we stole from. Marketing trip that they did with g mail where you you had some invites. So we gave people five invites, and the could invite the invites to their friends, and so there was this kind of artificial scarcity I. Mean, it was real scarcity too because we we had some very small server that we were running this thing on. And so it was sort of a dual. Dual, effort to to. Lever, some of that artificial scarcity that that makes people want I want, I want it. I want everyone could see it, but not everyone can have an account, and so we manage the accounts that way early on anyone could read, could you could see it and pull the repositories, but not necessarily sign up. Right. You had to have an invite to sign up. So. That worked I. Don't know if that works anymore. I. Haven't seen people do too much of that anymore. But at the time it was it was quite successful. I get created a lot of buzz. People just talking around I. Think Twitter was quite early then but people were talking about on twitter. and and people really seem to like it and. I don't know just people started signing up for it, pushing up random code here and there, and it immediately I think struck a chord with people as far as the capabilities version control and what you could do. Once you realize that you had easy branching and merging. offline capabilities. It was super super? Fast. And now with a website where you could push a coding collaborate on it. And make it so that you could use get and have it not be the hardest thing in the world it just it just it grew linearly. Our user base linearly for almost the entire time that I was there was this was not a a super exponential curve like you see in a lot of startups, you're always like I need that exponential growth curve. Are I'm doomed? For us it was, it was quite linear. We grow by some x thousands of users a month, and we sustain that for for months and months and months and. Years on those numbers would grow. So it wasn't exactly linear. And, then you know over time, it would get faster, but it was mostly, it was. It was. Quite linear, but the income was also linear, which is nice. The income just kept coming as well.

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Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

WAOK On Air

02:40 min | 5 months ago

Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

"Tonight I think it's exciting to see what Newton can do a healthy Newton with Josh McDaniels and bill ballot check in this offense sieve juggernauts if you well and remember McDaniels they run a very innovative offense that Matt Werner ram mentioned it last hour in twenty ten they draft Gronk Aaron Hernandez they go to that too tight and sat before everybody else they have in the NFL did then it's copy cats city they hurried up shortly thereafter before chip Kelly was even hired by the eagles and now that's commonplace and this new read option type offense the Newton is a master of the patriots haven't done it given Tom Brady's obvious limitations in that category so this picture offense last year was a boring offense to watch it was a slog it was a struggle it wasn't exciting it was the first time where if you're a patriots fan you looked wistfully at the other teams and said why why can't we have Josh Allen yeah there is a ton of pics but always teases interesting to watch why why can't we have Lamar Jackson Pat Mahomes Ryan Tannehill why why can't we have to Shawn Watson why can't we have a quarterback who can move a little bit who can do more than the ball on the territory a five yard screen pass to a double covered Julian Edelman why well healthy cam Newton gives the patriots a more dynamic offensive attack I mean let's face it this was not a very good offense with Tom Brady especially in the second half of last season I think that there is that thirsty to try something new in belt check the is a really smart guy and smart people want new challenges and I think him new night I think introducing that element of offense which is going to come anyway because Jarrett Stidham is more mobile too so either way the patriots were gonna introduce more of that read option modern type NFL offense but and I think that excite spell check and probably excites McDaniels and in terms of where they're going as a running a running based offense Newton obviously is far more dynamic in that category the Brady too and if Sony Michelle returns to form a franchise and left guard this offseason me not to the patriots about their starting center David Andrews back healthy and they have three guys who can now play full back including two players who they drafted this year that's clearly the direction the patriots are moving find a really good and versatile defense and I Bella check as one league does this as the week goes this way Belichick is going that way and that you see that the roster construction of this team and I can even help

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Joined by Craig, Burley. Jeff Carlisle writing on our website right now us soccer reportedly considering repealing their policy that requires all national team players to stand during the national anthem courses policy put in place back in two thousand and seventeen as a response to Megan repeat who is kneeling in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick and his protests of police brutality in two thousand and sixteen for more on this we bring in shock. Shock your response to this potential about-face by the US Soccer Federation. Push off. Bear on your that Israel done I think it's. I think it was needed I in my opinion, the policy, which was rather ridiculous just to begin with listen, I said at the time I. It's a really bad idea to tell. Peaceful protesters held a protest, and and to come out in any way that they did against Meghan Renault and at the time was nothing more than than than populist, and now all of a sudden you recognize the. The Arab your Wiz, and much as it may be four years overdue and listen move in the right direction from here. What I wanted to see is is not just a repeal of of that statute, but an explanation as to why it was in the first place or an apology, or tell us that you got it wrong, and and come good in that way, but just simply repeal A. Carry on. Jazzy like I don't think. He's. He's damage that was done in a meaningful enough. We Chocolate Zena from. We've seen it from the Bundesliga out potentially from US soccer. Do you think we're entering a new era where athletes and especially footballers? We'll be more likely to be heard from now. That seemingly more acceptable. Absolutely. I think we have a platform. We have to make good use of it and especially in today's. In today's world where the politics is all about protectionism. To have athletes with as much to lose as they are. Speaking out only amplifies amplify their message I. I I can't commend. Those athletes are spooked. Note, highly nominate continue I continue to believe that sports and in particular football can lead the way in social change meaningful social ch- thanks Jack a quick reminder, then don't Miss Tomorrow show. Dan Thomas is back as the boys get ready for the first of two German.

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:16 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"ESPN FCC Youtube Channel Great Conversation over there right now, Mark, Dogan and K Murray discussing DVD. Not only apparently is the holding Manchester United back. Mark says he's outdated as a goalie. The aforementioned mark joins us now, so does shock. His gentleman great to be with you all right mark. How is he outdated? And why's he holding Manchester United Back, explain? Well, I think I look goalkeepers. Now you look at. The best in the world right now that you look people out I. Listen Back Addison at months. To stay at Barcelona Mamo Neue. All these guys are what you call sweepers his. They become a an additional outlet for their teams. And they can sweep. Dangerous Stop Stop Attacks Out, and I was at Tottenham lessees, not I watched I listened back when talking basically stood. The sentence of the Liverpool. Hard because that is how advanced easterns deputy hair if you hardly ever leaves his penalty for me when I say that dated is that he hasn't got ability desire to be a sweet beekeeper, so. The reason why it's hurting. Field, don't get. A great shot up one of the most athletic keeps in the world. You know when you have a goalkeeper that won't penalty areas sometimes coffee. Shop box. You defend this after trump deeper, so you'll defenders a drop in deeper to protect that space during environment position on so I think united would benefit from playing the highline sometimes Sergio Romero place. He gives an advantage to play the pitch and. Romero plans we position. We know that record is much more successful than the. A win ratio. Benefit to either modernizes game to become more Alison Edison. And decided that. Great! Keep that you helping. You, no longer keep over. This decade the the twenty twenty show. Shock outdated sounds hard for us to talk about one of the best in the world. Is it accurate though? No that here mark expanded absolutely. Yes, I think the challenge to that is your most effective as trooper. Keep aware and you've got a defense can build around that side of your game and I'm not. She'll. Be Honest. I'm not sure there's Manchester. United Defense is builder on any kind of goalkeeping giving in all honesty. Becomes a challenge, but he constantly. I don't see how goalkeeper. The his age as as long as he's, he's been involved in the game as much success as as these as these had. You don't reinvent yourself. No I'm doc- challenge for both the hair and Manchester United Mark what about Dean, Henderson having a great season at Sheffield. United Manchester United. Loan knees just twenty three years old. Is there any possibility that Manchester? United could move away from the hat to Henderson, they've got waiting in the wings next season. I think next seas- is too I. Think I'll involved except I think I think really real talent on the huns in India and the simple reality is not played a full primarily season, and he's only twenty three so i? Don't understand the rush to get Dean Henderson in the goal that Old Trafford. Because as we've seen as shackle attest goalkeepers do get back to. The understand the game better. Always on the new launch concert also GONNA. Go, so I don't think they it should be you know. Get real straight away. I think that still awesome baton, but like shake his age where he might not reinvent his game, but I do think he's too early for gold. Cupola Dean Henderson to the first key Monday night at a club with all massive expectation and pressure. We all saw. The kind of the. got. Mistaken against Liverpool Sheffield. Season last the kind of scrutiny that you got day gets every single time. He Place on Monday nights and twenty three. I don't think he's ready for it yet. I still think that is going to make mistakes and those mistakes away from the glare of the spotlight ultra and come back in a year's time. When maybe it could be English goalkeeper the euros if he's establish yourself that money now a much more difficult decision, natio- twelve and time, but right now he's seuss, everybody but Dean Henderson goes alone again next season. Chaka just the other day on extra time you were saying now is the time for Henderson to take over the number one why? Because I, do think Manchester United. An awful lot of loose I. Listen I accept as we should ride. No, we still not quite sure. What's going to happen between now and on the start of next season? How Old Manchester United are going to strengthen how different they look! How much closer they will be to do not just the top two, but if argument Sake Chelsea continues as as they have been, do they put more distance between themselves? It might be an opportunity to to give. To to throw. In at the deep end, and and let them do what I think he's showing he he can do bats other times without given the success. That tennison had at chef united. Is. He going to be happy alone. It's or does he want to to to be showed and and and cash in on his value and be offered something a little bit more more stable, a little bit more meaningful. That's a question for him as well that. I'm not sure how long he's willing just a week for Manchester. United to make up their minds on his future market. Manchester United are going to move on from the have. What do you suppose the market.

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Doubts? Not all I respect Robbie Fowler as a great goal gets and he will know a strike our strike when he sees one, but I don't think you have seen enough of team Obama and I think that the main thing for Liverpool fans. Is that Yoga Club? He was desperate to get team of Anna and couldn't get him on the because of the financial things because of Kerala, because of less of income, and so on so I know I don't agree with with Robbie not at all I agree with Liverpool manager. Yogi club wanted this player and he's not happy. The East on his way to Chelsea, football club Craig Valor says earners not at the level of Liverpool's top three. Is He wrong? Well. Your Club is Yan said. It was good enough to add to that fuzzy. Make an a flexible front four when he was rotating lesson there. ASSIA IF A. Site for Liverpool I'm sure I'll be furloughed. been saying. It's a great signing. Liverpool were prepared to pay them money pre pandemic, but his said the focus has shifted because of finances have changed, and he's deemed a non essential player now because they have players and not possession lesson front. Guys generally don't influence games. Get go get headlines. Grab the stories you look at more Selah. WHO's grabbed headline after headline? In the last couple of years, you watch been games. He does so many bad things during the game frustration, and then he pops up and does something magical. Moment of genius, and that's what we get with. These guys the generally don't dominate games apart from the. Lino Massi person a different stratosphere, so you know Tim O. has already proven themselves as a as a quality international player and the guy who would have been agree addition to Liverpool, and that's why Chelsea of stepped up to the plate because they realize opportunity and they're gonNA, go for. And I think as well this is. This is break great business of Chelsea, coup club. Because they waiting a year they've given these young players class fair enough on some of them developing two very good players, but listen. This is a perfect move for Chelsea. They get a play for fifty five million euro. Get a player that they know what's goals Fulham and on the other hand, just add to Craig's said. Maybe there was a plan for Liverpool to sell one of those top three to one of the big clubs in Spain, and maybe the virus may not get that price either to sell them for hundred and get team of NFL fifty would be good business for them. Not to on all the Best Joseph, you don't do business, Craig, the other side of this is the players who were at Chelsea. What do you think if you're telling me Abraham? Is there an opportunity for this player to play alongside team earner, or do you see? It was discussed on the other show burner comes. It's tough. Luck for Abraham. Well Listen Tom Abrams Tommy Abraham is a young man who has I think done particularly stepping up to lead the lane, an assay gone for the Champions League places, and the primarily from the championship where he was playing on lawn. Look, you're not one of the big clubs is not a strip. Young Man in knows front lamp is going to go and try and bring clears in. It's going to be a scored game, but dumb Abraham offer something different clearly. A. There's a different physicality between November and Tom Abraham sure. Say to the game. They're front Lampe may decide decided play to front and the Cajun. And it's going to be about squad rotation we've talked with. Another players. So. Many young talented players forward possessions that you're GonNa have to fight for your place. A nice just. A fact of life when you're at one of the big clubs around Europe Yon. What do you think is best positional being the premier -ly up top or out wide? But first of all I see a lot of the expert in London and some some other countries well, they haven't seen a lot of team of indices the because Julian. has done at our ability this year. He kinda made him into a to a he can play. Why can play behind the strike as he can? He can just more run around and just take the ball when he wants to take more like a playmaker position. If you saw the game against talked to them, he was so deep to talk. Undefended didn't know how to cope with him and I agree with Craig. This is this is talk. Get the top clubs of Europe and I had to look because I knew probably talk about this and. And I had to look at the goals that this strike is for Chelsea a got this season. Yes Tat Tammy Abram the thirteen, and the rest of is nothing there's Chelsea got. I'm Bishen to be told for I'm not even start talking about winning titles then he'd play his goal. It's not good enough I. mean there's nothing to do with. There's not a work with a World Cup winner giral. You have to score goals you need those and then you have to bring in people who can score goals that simple. That simple isn't top sports. Gentlemen. Let's switch gears, although not that much discussing Jaden Sancho, who the other day on the show received quite a bit of criticism, and it was along the same lines of inconsistency especially frank. leboeuf was particularly harsh on the young player Yang. You Watch as much Jay. Sanchez. Anybody else is the knock on his consistency fair. Well I followed the ailing whole first Games I saw ten or twelve live games of were adult. Want yes, I talked a lot about the Golan, but the best player, the best player nearly every game I saw was was Jadon Sancho I heard the buffs, comments and I hope some of the other boys. Talk shows saying that he wasn't inconsistent eye. Hundred percent disagree hundred percent disagree..

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Eight years ago today that Mata Lona moved from Boca. Juniors to Barcelona. Forget this a world record transfer fee then of five million pounds. It was only. Twenty two years old for more we bring in. One hundred. Sit I'll start with you. It's funny. You think of Mata. Donohue, think of him in an Argentine assured of Napoli. You don't think of him in Barcelona when you think of his time in Barcelona. It's a lot more about how he left than how we arrived. And there is a sense of fulfill potential there. When he did play, he was fit that he did extraordinary things, and and people remember for example innovation at the Santiago, Bene- Abell some of the performance. We're we're off. Scot imply still talk about his first day. When he walked into the dressing room, sort of socks, road up stifling into the air and don't kick ups with it, but he wasn't able to produce everything that he could have done. He had happened scientists. Of course he had that broken ankle in clashes, Bilbao and his career ended up with the extraordinary culprit against athletic, which ended in in what was literally a Kung Fu fire. Fire on the pitch evolving all the place, and there's a real sense of sadness about how how it ended a boss, because he could have been brilliant there as well, it didn't work out and I suppose in a white full back on, and say well so much the better, because of course what he achieved was just so extraordinary I'll is a pretty good resume for a player of his so-called forgotten. Era is at Barcelona, isn't it? Yeah it was a turbulent time for the Eagle Mata. Alone man, and if you full of my career, and if you read a little bit about him. Being been largely reported that that's a at the time that he went to salon is when he started battling with cocaine and drugs, and so on and so forth, and we know how important I became for him and his career, his downfall as his career where on. I I think off the feel he was having issues on the field five that you get your leg snapping, have by Indonesian coach, and after a tackle that ben he was dog as the butcher of invalid gotTa me, said Laurent. Dona Goicochea he became more famous about that tackled than than he did about what he was as a player, and might, and then was out for a long period of time, and then when he comes back, he gives you signs of the player that he may have been or could have been for Barcelona for years to come, and then the lasting image that we have from him. Lana is doing spinning kicks and defied that that said was just talking about and. It's It's difficult to really to so mob wide Barcelona was at the time that the motto was there, but certainly for him you can see it from his perspective that it was turbulent. inconsistent and then you're. Just being quite work out the way that I think he would have wanted that Rosalinda would have wanted the was best for him to exit stage, right, and then go find something else Napoli? Where obviously? He blew up and became the player that we all settled. Beloved and admire of course Wilson wide. He became off the field to sit. Nice Little Anecdote Barcelona beat Sheffield United out for signature. Can you imagine the alternate history? It's extraordinary, isn't it? They they're marathoner ending up the. Shepherd I. It would have been really quite something. It'd be fascinating to know how things would have gone. How different things could have in can imagine I mean? We might be looking back and saying wow chef. They completely dominated the eighties in the early nineties. Yeah, the best team English football has ever seen. It wasn't to be south. Yorkshire was not to be. Be The home of the finest.

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:34 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Complain about anything other than just a price talk, you know this guy around. The world looked upon the next big thing. And what Don Liverpool? Have reportedly agreed because he'd luke late the next big thing though unfortunately. Some players can't handle. The biggest stage. And that's Katina's problem. If you'd said I'll sickle, it tells you exactly that. Question and all the time you know asking players if he's doing the things right listening to the crow, listening to the booze listened to the criticism. Listen when you play for big team. You have to show. You have to be in your own little bubble and what goes on around you don't take any nor Sova, whether it's good or whether it's fought and some players. says. The game began could do that a big club and some can, and it looks like continual can't do a big club. It was just the pressure. He was twenty five years old when he got to Barcelona. How do we explain the wall that Katina's seemingly run into a couple of interesting things about continual one of them is how a Steve and how quick that draw has been. He went from being a top top player a little. Too well, he was going to be the solution that said was talking about. He was gonNA. Cover that hold that the left, and then from there with some early leave positive returns as you. If you will Barcelona to them struggles to any just ages fell apart. The wheels came off and he just kind of disappear, and so the second thing that I think was surprising. Is that once? He went off to go America at this past summer I thought you know what? Maybe. This is what he needed. He goes back to Brazil. He has a pretty good tournament. That team wins the competition. He feels good about himself. He scoring important goals for the national team, and so now we're going to see a better version of him, and he just didn't have anything happening for Salon didn't happen for by Munich. The didn't quite work, and we just didn't see the same level of player that we had seen a liberal, and so what happens now is Ben Nobody wants. Wants to touch nobody at talk to your level wants to touch him one because of the salaries, but to because of the evidence that you have seen the recent evidence, and and that is a player struggling with confidence, so one of the things that I thought was really interesting sits article was the premise that maybe for Barcelona after you go digging and research and investigating and trying to reach out to teams and see if you can work out a deal, maybe the best solution for Barcelona. Whether, they like it or not is the fact that you just have to play this guy? You may just have to see whether he can be the guy that you thought he was going to be for you, but it feels like the relationship between the two. We think routine celona is broken down and he doesn't feel like this is a player that can thrive account now. We what I was talking Illinois in some? Play at the big on the biggest stage. What mean by that is? When `continuing particular came to live, a livable will not expected to be at the very top, you know Liverpool were on the rise, and it's very easy when you're on the rise, and you're chasing and everybody's behind you and everybody's incurring year encouraging year, and it doesn't matter what you do. If you just something wrong as well don't want it and when you do something good is all fantastic so when I say. The biggest stage when you go to a boss alone, you go to any club. That's at the very tall. And you have to produce the best every single minute of every single of every single day and every single game. That's what I mean. When I see, the legs of continual can't handle. It said real quick any chance of a comeback yeah. Santa Sex was cool. She was trying to replace name and yesterday at the same side. I think. Is pointed out and this was the. Conclusion of the peace in a way that if you're a position where you don't have a good exit strategy, then, yeah, way a different manager. Now it's a different context. It's a different solid different around maybe the best thing boss under conducive robin. tron recover. The money is to try to recover the player emotionally and see if you can get implanting in very well, gentlemen, we'll leave it right there plenty more on continue wherever he ends up over on the transfer. Talk Page on our website make sure book market for all the latest news and developments over at ESPN ESPN. Dot Com. Thirty eight years ago today.

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Chris one because he's still in the UK and he's I'm a be. Still annoying people that more than me I don't know I was. Yeah, it was unsurprising I tell you what perform great as you say. The new groups days I talked to grips. Assault finally turns in the so of Gordon Jerry. Some dissolved people cooks while all. We built them all park. And then it was down to Christian me in the final. And said yesterday I had my victory speech already know. Who finally come into the to the event? Everything and I came up with that show, which was which was rather disappointing and. As a set somebody on twitter weeks ago, going after game. Yeah, and he said to me. You don't game two years ago. You wouldn't be on this list they. COME BACK Because as because it's stupid, come because Do with. Adobe as you all know. Is Zero to do. no problem, Chelsea funds until anti-god casting. Obvious Story to you. Being booed for your fans or the national team's fans. Craig, which was worse. While I wasn't to my knowledge by the national team. Funds on my own. But not. Universally Gary mcallister was while not in a game. With Gary mcallister was birds at Celtic Park when Hamden was been renovated. We lost the Republican wasn't until after missed the penalty. Against England Jenny Body can do, and then he was the company solid chicken the brunt. For for the performance, which was absolutely crazy, not wasn't nice to give up so. I would say maybe I don't know it's a difficult one must. Be The national funds. I don't know I don't know the boys. Thank livable fans. Had A strange relationship, and they some of them Stevie with the Scotland National Tame. Alan Hansen used to get absolute dogs of us. I mean even. Even when he was in and the the eighteenth on the the team on the field and on the bench, even when he was in the stand. FIT will give. You know if he were starting to. Warm up for some reason, he absolute dogs abusive. I mean it was just horrendous. Of A. Of a an Anglo bias with would funds in Scotland. If play in England for some reason it's. I can't look. It's almost help. Them. been move forward. Of what. came. On the sun where they came from and how? Hot and to everybody. You know. Scotland Front Scotland Funds. The national teams. The only crowed Aachen. Ever remember the. Team the goal put. Particularly along one fantastic performance against San, Marino away, it was no mill. We'd hardly. Hardly the show a goal. And we were playing in an absolute shock, it of a stadium, and all the funds right next to where the changing rooms well, so when we have to go back in time, we, we'll go..

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Bucko talk. Say. What done I? Tell you what we told them today pause. stunned by because he has a new book coming out this hundred and one ways to leave a port show. Also. USED! To use the appropriate when only structure hanging elephant I mean that's another. Picture of his pasta. Yeah well next next. Next Timber I'll take the bag on. We'll. We'll have a little picture over. Okay. This is gonNA interesting shock I'm going to start with you. Is that something you've seen in the Bundesliga surprised you now? You're watching it closer. What I. Love what supposed? To. You Stephen Donna think. Joshua kimmage is surprised me I. Thought. It was I thought it was. It was alright, but he's actually surprised me how? For me anyway, since since the Bundesliga started, he's he's the Mont Cardi and buying for me. He's to doing through an all trade. Via. Shocker, are you six foot cigarette? Old Six four sources cite.

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"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:26 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We would leroy sunny. Isn't this flagrant tapping? Exist anymore. Is that a thing? Whether Germany they just speak about everything. Donate by immunity. Your you old enough to remember the map. It show him up. Show you how these two old men in about Kony Munich for four or five of them on just come out and there president of them. They get platform sitting everywhere. Talking about players I think that now would sell the Hamas and con. You've got new generation that used to play poker and they understand that. Maybe you shouldn't be so open about the player. You won't. If you want them for the for the right price, I can tell you. One hundred percent that Sunday on habits are on wishlist of Bio Munich. Will Get will get him I. Don't know, but this is just a game. They will have to go after the best German players on buying Munich will do because for example would vanna. I I said we can't fit demand than Hans Flake came and said well. We can fit them in and then van as I don't WanNa go to buy it, so that was the Sopo by Munich and I love that club because it's my meeting, the soap opera. If you haven't seen them up, it's maybe you're younger. Just Imagine Steven Craig sitting in the. Theater and I think that pretty much. Sums it up quite nicely, see. This is. The city another ten million to this day with as interested in our player. Well some tell you. What can we have a bunch of? US on this show, but. The, one thing has. Been has been flotation. Plant. It looks like it will happen I think the player wants to go and sale set the resigned themselves in some sense happens if they get the. Financial Rewards for. Yawns optional. This is a this is. A club will have some individuals. The Real Madrid and say Oh, we actually we really would like to get robot. Levin Dolf Skin Bacelona Sale. We wouldn't mind Tiago and and so forth and so forth we will be raging. They would be saying. This is a disgrace. How can you be talking about an unsettling? The world's best number nine and ultimately that's what the doing. Some of the younger players we clubs who haven't got the financial stability by another quote, violent Hav and not so unfortunately Ho this regime maybe. At some point, this current regime has operated the gone end pilfered. They've been very public over. Ultimately. Why has it been this league title and the role of later because? That's how they've done the business. We were talking before the show, and how I was going to put this question without sign sounding whiny. Put it difficult to come across anything. But it isn't fair isn't good for German. Football isn't good for football in general, and now we've seen it over the years so many times, not necessarily just in the Bundesliga whereby Munich is crazy can say can just come in pill for the best players Fish Bash Bosh win another title. Stop that is not that easy Dan. I mean by doing a great job as well. They have -tracting the big sponsors. They have the way they're playing to moment than and mind you. If you have a look at the team neither getting younger as well, but that is being a to young Craig. was was into as well. There's been a strategy when Bram did. They're winning them both the best players that need the same with. We've got sick. Leave on dossier from from Dorfman, but I mean we can't make German football better when buying get with US I mean the German clubs like with rb Livesey Leverkusen. Global Dan Dangle need to get back to that. That is sports, so if not we go back to be a union and just decide which teams usual in the League, Cup against European places, so so then they have to improve the other teams. You're absolutely right. You're absolutely right. It's up to the others to try and get better. There's no different in Scotland over the years. Celtic and Rangers knows a good qualities. Kgo explaining vote when when? The best players from hearts and Dundee United and Aberdeen. An England happens the same so as not buying duty to not go and get the best players, but I think there's a sense of the way we go about our against. Go about in terms of the location is slightly frustration lesson holding his right and one thing. The were starting to face your God, we saw rubbery goal. We saw Robin go their heart. Bring others. We saw those Dortmund. They've gone. They've got Gabriella and who's doing great Coleman. WHO's doing grit. Mitch obviously, he's having a great season as a as a midfielder they're going. This youthful ru by younger players are not as. The correct strategy? To do, but I think what people as the arrogance in how they just say Oh? So and so's a very good player. That club I think we'll have him because they really don't like it when somebody tries to do that to them. That's the only issue. Not with by and trying to make them better. On the onus, obviously as you quite rightly say, it's on the other other teams to make themselves better to really push by Munich, but for example if you bought advocates, and how can you do that if you've got bond coming in and sweeping and buying Harvard's in the summer? You could do it exactly the same thing that Manchester United will Cristiano Renaldo. They said to Kazan Renaldo. If you stay one more year and do your business next year will tell around marine exactly what Leverkusen did Hamas even last year, everybody wanted him. He's saying he's playing well scoring his goals. That's that's how it's done. Craig. Has is right. I mean only honest was twenty seven when he took over that club, and they got the fifty one rule in Germany, meaning that the members owned fifty one percent of the club bus by immunity, last forty years and I love that guy because he is arrogant disease at. At kind of Sopranos kind of Guy, I'm in love, only hearner's. They are hundred percent by ernest the last year forty s on I think although he's now says it said to Heiner, you could be my crown prince, but he will be the royal king, and he will always come with statements, and that's why we love to watch German football. Because that's why Sport Bill. Kika side got like eight hundred pages every day about football in Germany, gentlemen,.

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"werner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"werner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Werner for Minneapolis police officers have been fired after an African American man died while in police custody mayor Jacob fry announced this afternoon being black in America should not we watched is a white officer pressed his knee and neck black the incident with the handcuffed man pleaded with officers that he couldn't breathe was captured on video federal authorities are investigating a white Minneapolis police officer for possible civil rights violations American civil liberties union of Minnesota says in the days ahead what we're calling for is an independent thorough fair transparent investigation that's ACLU Minnesota executive director John Gordon video of that incident is getting national attention and Gordon says the video shows police officers callous disregard for a black man's life state health officials say the number of covert cases in intensive care increased for a second straight day state health department director Kris Ehresmann indicate that jump most evident in the metro area where eighty seven percent of ICU beds were in use as of Monday other regions of the state had more availability for comparison it isn't unusual for I. you bad B. ninety five percent fall during flu season health departments as two hundred fifty eight people in ICU that's up ten from yesterday this is M. and we're here talking with Mike Kilborn owner of roof to deck restoration Mike icy roads all over the Twin Cities that have many years of life left better street in Staunton look terrible your company actually removes those streaks and stains many people don't know it but those black streaks and stains are caused by an elegy that can be killed and cleaned away our process makes rough look new again cleaning a cedar shake wood roof is also very important algae and moss grow on cedar shake roofs moss is especially damaging because it actually feeds on the cedar wood and prevents the wood from dried and when what doesn't dry it rots cleaning and sealing a cedar shake roof actually extends the life of a roof like all outdoor wood cedar shake roofs must be maintained and.

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Greatest Hits: Physician, Test Thyself

Your Brain on Facts

04:56 min | 7 months ago

Greatest Hits: Physician, Test Thyself

"While at the medical pneumatic institute of Bristol in the seventeen ninety s Humphry Davy studied gases studied by inhaling. The today's theme was still in any way unclear. Devi would set up chemical reactions and then inhale the resulting gas one gas gave him a pleasant sensation and the impulse to laugh at everything he had discovered. Nitrous oxide though. His initial attempts were meant to reproduce the pleasurable effects of opium and alcohol. Davey would ultimately recommend the use of nitrous oxide as an anesthetic. Your dentist gives you a blend of fifty percent nitrous and fifty percent oxygen but devi was huffing hundred percent nitrous oxide which is probably why he enjoyed it enough to start hosting parties. Were friends would inhale it from silk bags when it came time to test his polio vaccine. Dr Jonas Salk decided to avoid the long drawn out. Human clinical trial process the only suitable tests subject was himself and his family in nineteen forty seven. Salt was working on a vaccine for the crippling disease. While at the University of Pittsburgh he needed a healthy volunteer to test it and administered it to himself his wife and their three sons. It worked and was soon implemented in a nationwide test that showed dramatic results in two years. Polio cases decreased from twenty nine thousand to less than six thousand salk didn't patent the vaccine in assisted that it should remain free and available to everyone saying. Could you patent the Sun as a result? He's often remembered. As one of history's great humanitarian. Since Dr Olivier Immune System was a brilliant cardiologists zone practice in the second half of the twentieth century when he developed a life hindering addiction to alcohol fearing for his life. He immersed himself in a rehab therapy but nothing worked so he did the only thing he felt he could. He took his treatments into his own hands. Searching For a cure he happened upon back. Lafon a muscle relaxant. That had been used for years but it shown promising results in studies with laboratory animals addicted to a variety of substances Doctor Amos in prescribe himself the drug and experimented with increasingly higher doses until he finally reached a level that left him free of any craving for alcohol. He published his results in two thousand and four which a team of Italian scientists tested with promising results in two thousand eight Werner forsman was German urologist who during his surgical training in nineteen twenty. One pioneered the technique of cardiac catheterization the inserting a catheter into the heart. To measure the pressure inside and decide whether a patient needs surgery building on the work of scientists who has successfully catheterization a horse in eighteen sixty one force was inspired to try to replicate that work in humans but couldn't get permission for human trials of such a dangerous sounding experiment undeterred. He asked an operating room nurse to procure the necessary equipment. She agreed but only on the noble condition that he experimented on her rather than trying to do it to himself. No sooner was she prepped. On the table than foresman anesthetize his own arm and made a cut inserting the catheter. Twelve inches or thirty centimeters into his name. He then casually climbed two flights of stairs to the X. Ray Sweet before threading it all the way into his heart and having an x ray done to check the placement. He was later forced to resign from that hospital. Then hired back and fired again in the early thirties doctors. Herbert Woollard an Edward Carmichael. Notice that when an internal organ was damaged patient sometimes felt pain in unconnected parts of their body. They decided to deliberately damaged one of their own internal organs to study the effects. But what internal organ did they have? That was both critical and easily damaged. Maybe one or a pair of ones that's effectively on the outside of the body for easy access Yup. They chose to experiment with their gentlemen's BITs to study pain in their notes. Willard in Carmichael recorded that the testes was drawn forward and placed under a Pan that could hold weights though they recorded. Neither whose testees. Who did the drawing forward weights were added to the Pan and the resulting sensations were recorded. The pair performed the experiment. Multiple Times sometimes injecting various sections of the testicles with local anesthetic to

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Coronavirus Employment Shock Hits Women Harder Than Men

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Coronavirus Employment Shock Hits Women Harder Than Men

"More than thirty six million Americans to file for unemployment benefits since the economic crisis began in mid March and experts say the job losses are hitting women particularly hard especially women of color CBS correspondent Anna Werner says a new study by the national women's law center finds roughly one in six black women and one in five Latino women are now out of work one rather stunning statistic from the law center's report they say between the end of the Great Recession in June two thousand nine and February of this year women had gained eleven point one million jobs in April they say the entirety of those games was wiped

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Tom Preston-Werner: Building Full-Stack JS Apps with Redwood.js

Full Stack Radio

05:58 min | 8 months ago

Tom Preston-Werner: Building Full-Stack JS Apps with Redwood.js

"Jaaz is indeed an attempt to build a full stack framework for Java script and to really deploy it in a service way. So that's one of the primary tenants that we have is build it end to end with Javascript and deployed to server list environment. To give you the advantages of the scale that that can bring as well as the global distribution that that can bring so one thing that we say about redwood is that its edges ready and by that we mean all of the different parts of redwood should be able to operate on the edge once technology plays out a little bit more. This is not entirely true today. But really we're building redwood today with an eye to the future so redwood is not yet fully realized but the idea is that if we start today with the idea that some of these technologies will exist in the way that we want them to in say a year. Then we'll be there when the technology is ready instead of technology existing first and then coming in and saying Oh let's take advantage of this and then it takes another year or more to built for it. It's like the way that game. Programmers build their games for the hardware that will exist. Yeah when they release. We're doing the same thing but with web technologies supplying some bets that Some of the tooling that you kind of need to kind of make this thing work the way you you believe has. The potential to work are going to exist You know in the near Ish Future. Yeah absolutely and so I. I can dive into those just real quick to go over them. So as hard as the edge readiness goes so the whole point redwood really is to take advantage of GM stack architecture. And so you start with the client which ends up being a react based javascript client that can be delivered statically so before we even like go even further there. I think it'd be interesting to kind of touch on some of these kind of different layers of the stack because he get through and figure out what the opinions are I think even before he talking about the react client. I'm I think a lot of people have sort of a different definition of Jim Stack or different picture in their head of what it means so when you say stack like how do you define that. And what is what is it. And what is it not in your mind? Yeah so I use the term jam stack. Maybe a little bit more loosely than most people today. But it's a bit on purpose. Purposefully trying to push the boundaries of what would be considered gem stack while still being true to the definition so jam stack javascript. Api's markup that's can cover a lot of territory but it really comes with the deployment strategy as well so a big part of the jam stack is the idea that you can push your code to a git repository and that will trigger deploy. And you're basically done and so that's part of Redwood that same idea the same way that you would build a traditionally considered jam stack application today where it's content faced and maybe you're you have a built step and then you push that aesthetic content to a cdn and with Netla fi and others you can have functions. That'll be spun. Up for you redwood operates in exactly that that space and so by Jim Stack. I mean you have Java script that is your primary it flips a little bit. Maybe the J. M. in in aesthetic content based site you're probably going to have mostly static markup and then you're gonNA sprinkle in Java script to interact with Third Party. Api is or maybe an API that you've written yourself in the redwood version of Jam Stack. Which is really the same tall just jam. Stack. You might have more or less of each one of those components so in Redwood you have more javascript so your your front ends up being all react. So it's page APP and you're mark probably ends up being minimal. Though the idea is that you can do pre rendering and have pages. So let's say you're marketing pages or other content pages that are that are suitable for pre rendering that you have a bill phase to do that and then you can push those out like you would in a more traditional jam stack APP Today and the. Api is baked in as part of this stack in that. You're you're going to write your API it would be. It would be a reason that you would choose to use. Redwood is the full integration throughout the stack to use the all of the fancy stuff really nicely integrated really great developer experience that we're producing four the back end as well and this is. This is another difference from a more of a content related. Jim Koch So in my mind what I'm hearing is it sounds like it's like a Jam Saqi framework designed for People Building Bespoke web applications where they need to write a lot of their own custom backend code and they need a place to do that. That hopefully has some opinions and conventions that let's do it in a more productive way maybe like we typically been used to something like rails. Yeah exactly so. We see it as a rails replacement. Yeah Very Cool. Anything you would normally do with rails. We hope that you'll be able to do with redwood the that's the competitor. Is that really the full end to end? Full stack tightly. Integrated includes everything testing like all like the whole database access. Like the whole thing end to end is just use. This stuff used these sorts of technologies together. We've integrated them beautifully. We've created a deployment paradigm that scales very easily and requires almost no intervention and is Java scripts and

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Coronavirus scams claim to offer vaccines, treatment and testing

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:07 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus scams claim to offer vaccines, treatment and testing

"While the justice department is filed its first enforcement action against alleged corona virus fraud it obtained a temporary restraining order against the website corona virus medical kit dot com now prosecutors say the site claimed offer consumers access to vaccine kits from the World Health Organization but there are currently no vaccines for this disease CBS is Anna Werner joins CBS this morning to explain how to avoid the scam and others like it what exactly did this website claim to offer so basically this website was claiming to offer vaccine kids from the World Health Organization they said if you added water it would work you pay for ninety five and shipping for this kid of course we know that there are no vaccine kits available the only people doing the tasks are state and local labs and yet there are scammers out there who are trying to convince people Hey there's something that you can order you can use it at home and if you do happen to see one of these kind end of things you can contact your state attach a terror attorney general's office scale but now these are these are not vaccine gets and there are none of it such a crappy thing to do to anybody are there any approved at home testing kits anywhere the religion no there are and I'm really glad you asked that gal I think it's really important to make clear to people there are no at home testing kits the FDA has not authorized any home testing kits at all for use so if you see something that says Hey you can test yourself at home it's not a real deal here is the government saying a lot of these scams Anna so I found something really interesting over the weekend so customs and border protection has been tweeting out photos of items that he it it has seized one of them is sort of like a a box of little vials they show these pictures on on Twitter of things that people are saying are either at home treatments or they are or they are seeking one of my treatment a treatment kit the acting commissioner said on Twitter that police in the UK arrested a man for selling those kids and then the other ones are counterfeit test kids came through Los Angeles airport they were labeled as purified water files so these are the kinds of things that people who are you might call them creative or just call them scammers frankly are saying Hey I can make a quick Buck off of this sell something to people and one of these things actually the CBP said had some what might be dangerous ingredients to it so there's some there are some dangers there too and what are people listening to when it comes to robo calls well you know the robo callers have jumped into this I'm sure you're not surprised to hear this they're saying Hey we can clean your home air docks your air filters for corona virus we also are going to help you with your student loan that one before and even the Social Security scammers are jumping in and saying Hey there's going to be something with the corona virus and your social security number so be careful about these calls if you get one of these calls just hang up yeah that really is the best idea that is CBS news has an order on how to avoid the Cronus virus scams that are already targeting people around the country and

Better Business Bureau's top 10 list of riskiest scams

WBBM Evening News

01:07 min | 9 months ago

Better Business Bureau's top 10 list of riskiest scams

"News we are revealing the top ten riskiest scams in the U. S. according to a new report from the better business bureau the Federal Trade Commission says Americans lost get this nearly six hundred and seventy million dollars to scams in twenty nineteen alone that is a lot of money more than thirty seven thousand were reported to the B. B. B. the better business bureau and while that number decreased from twenty eighteen the median the middle amount of money lost purse game rose two hundred and sixty dollars thirty five percent of people who were exposed to one of those games in twenty nineteen lost money as one one three our consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner is here to explain more Anna implement scams are the biggest one apparently had of those work you know somebody will say to you Hey listen you can make part time money working from home one of these victims said she's a college student and she shared her story with the baby and she said you know they said a friend told me we can make three hundred dollars and you can make three hundred dollars per per quarter if you just sign up for this but what they're really looking for is your personal information

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Better Business Bureau: Risky Scams To Look Out For

WBBM Afternoon News Update

04:59 min | 9 months ago

Better Business Bureau: Risky Scams To Look Out For

"To a new report from the better business bureau of the Federal Trade Commission says Americans lost get this nearly six hundred and seventy million dollars to scams in twenty nineteen alone that is a lot of money more than thirty seven thousand were reported to the B. B. B. the better business bureau and while that number decreased from twenty eighteen the median the middle amount of money lost per scheme rose two hundred and sixty dollars thirty five percent of people who were exposed to one of those games in twenty nineteen lost money as one one three our consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner is here to explain more and implement scams are the biggest one apparently had of those work you know somebody will say to you Hey listen you can make part time money working from home one of these victims said she's a college student and she shared her story with the baby and she said you know they said the friend told me we can make three hundred dollars and you can make three hundred dollars per per quarter if you just sign up for this but what they're really looking for is your personal information here so they'll say in order to get this job you have to provide your personal information like your birth date your social security number here's how we're going to pay you yeah and I think a lot of these appointments scans is look you're not going to get a lot of money for not working very hard this is part of a true right now right yeah the launch people want to believe that they can and they've they're talking about the fact that also they've gotten really out with a call into a high touch approach in other words instead of just sending you a quick email that says Hey make money though actually engage with the victims they will actually have them do some work for the business before they get paid sometimes they'll send a check here is your check guess what we overpaid you we need you to send us some of the money the extra money back of course the first check is a fake thank right and then you're actually sending them real dollars out of bank lots of employment scams yeah the second riskiest I was surprised about this or crypto currency scale yeah I was surprised to hear this too because crypto currencies I think it's something that people don't really understand that well we're talking about bit coin and oftentimes I think what they're appealing to people and is Hey there's this new kind of thing you can buy bitcoin and you can maximize your money like a thousand times your money and people don't really do the research here's a tip don't invest in something that you don't understand so interesting that is really good advice because they can talk at you so well and you're still single I don't understand a word you're saying but it's a state with such confidence you think okay right or something former Cork and I thought did a really admirable thing in it in a meeting probably clear that she fell victim to a scam Tony almost had a similar experience where the emails off just a little bit yeah those most at risk because you think about Barbara Corcoran and Tony to couple Katie terror very savvy very savvy people should look at rules well yeah I think that they're getting smarter and smarter you know they're they're not just sending you without cracking looking phishing emails they're actually making them look good and you really have to we would have to Microsoft I think it was maybe a year and a half ago and they showed us some of the pages and the emails that are now coming in because they watch this stuff they have a team that does this and some of them are incredibly sophisticated and unfortunately as it so often does with us as consumers you have to watch out for yourself also keep in mind we all hate to admit this but there's a little bit of a green factor you know people get excited right I can get the five grand I can make the two here and and they kinda wanna believe it because all of us might be just a little greener I tried to get the money I was surprised by another thing here to the the the most profitable for scammers tends to be these romance scams and and that's not about money scans right three thousand dollars the people yeah yeah I I never understand sending money to somebody who you don't know who you haven't met just because they're telling sweet nothings and let me set this up for you okay I actually have eight somebody that I know yeah who lost two hundred and eighty thousand dollars to romance okay and on this person I was somebody who was a little bit vulnerable but as they say in the romance scams one of the main factors a lot of people are fifty five to sixty four in a his loneliness and they really want and you know what there's very they're very clever they'll call them on the phone to develop a phone relationship with the victim okay you know the people feel like women second riskiest scam for women as you see because they they feel like they've developed a relationship with somebody now actually save them on the phone don't tell your friends and family about us they'll never understand and then they start saying well you know how I flew to South Africa I'm on my way to you I was an accident I was in an accident Michael my daughter couldn't get out of the hospital I just need to brand and then next time it might just need like for Graham yeah you know the next time it's three hundred and by then you think you've built up a relationship with someone you want to help you have is just not a real one yeah exactly one eleven you want to

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The Government Says It’s Cracking Down on Robocalls

WBBM Morning News

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

The Government Says It’s Cracking Down on Robocalls

"Yes is is taking groundbreaking action a crackdown on hundreds of millions of scams robo calls we hate those things it's finally for temporary restraining orders against US telecom carriers allegedly facilitating those fraudulent calls now most of them originate in India an older Americans are losing millions of dollars a year today the Senate will hold a hearing to look into what it called the number one scam in America social security fraud our consumer investigative correspondent that's Anna Werner spoke to one witness all set to testify in fortune and a lot of people can

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Social Security scams costing Americans millions

KNX Evening News

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Social Security scams costing Americans millions

"The justice department is cracking down on hundreds of millions of scam robo calls most of them originated in India and older Americans are losing millions of dollars a year the Senate will hold a hearing to look into what's called a number of what the number one scanned in America social security fraud consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner spoke to one witness said to testify who said a man told her family was in danger she says he told her she needed to transfer all the money in the family's bank accounts to an off shore account that would be safe before the fraudulent accounts were seized or she would lose all of their money to prove but he center is what he said was a warrant for her arrest for drug trafficking and money laundering that would be used if she didn't show full cooperation so I drove to the credit union and I transferred all of our money into your checking how we had CD's I I catch them and I paid the penalty is all told after a week's time she wired one hundred fifty thousand dollars to the crooks the Social Security Administration said they have gotten more than a hundred fifteen thousand complaints about the

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Robocalls in crosshairs: DOJ moves to stop telecom companies behind fraudulent calls

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:01 min | 11 months ago

Robocalls in crosshairs: DOJ moves to stop telecom companies behind fraudulent calls

"The justice department is asking a federal court for restraining orders against three U. S. telecom carriers for allegedly patching hundreds of foreign base robo calls into the country most of those calls originate from India older Americans are losing millions of dollars a year to the fraud CBS news consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner spoke to a witness who set to testify before the Senate about this growing problem I'm really embarrassed Michelle Anderson and her husband Kyle a Utah state representative say they know many people won't be able to believe they became victims of the social security scam but they see the fact they did means others need a warning maybe it happened to us so that we can help others the scam started in December when Michelle says she got calls like this one your social has been found some suspicious for committing fraudulent activities claiming her social security number had been compromised and have been used to set up multiple bank accounts associated with a drug cartel social security fraud is the number one scam in

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Ex-pharmaceutical exec gets 5½ years for pushing opioid spray

Kristian Garic and Seth Dunlap

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Ex-pharmaceutical exec gets 5½ years for pushing opioid spray

"He is the highest ranking pharmaceutical executive to be convicted in the opioid crisis in today he was sentenced to five and a half years in prison CBS is Anna Werner seventy six year old John Kapoor is the founder of insist therapeutics which prosecutors said aggressively marketed substance a potent opioid pain killer which was FDA approved only for breakthrough cancer pain according to the FDA more than eight thousand people died from the drug it was the first successful criminal prosecution holding pharmaceutical executives accountable for the opioid

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"werner" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"werner" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"But then in two thousand eighteen Graham shepherd the grandson in law of Nicholas Fitz Maurice wrote a book entitled a death in Peking Who Killed Pamela Werner he posited that Edward Werner was an unreliable source of information as he was known for being prone to emotional instability and even violent outbursts as a former police officer. Shepherd believed that the more likely suspects were either Edward himself self upset that he was losing control over his daughter or Han. Show Ching Pamelas former classmate who werner had attacked with his cane. Both men had more of a motive and and more of a chance of catching Pamela off guard as for the lack of blood at the crime scene. Shepherd argued that this wasn't that unusual in his years of experience with crime scenes and he had seen many bodies where the blood splatter wasn't as significant as might have been expected. The haunt theory also provided the best explanation as to why Pamelas body was mutilated. If he killed her out of homicidal jealousy he might have also been driven to disfigure. Her shepherd also allows for the idea that the murder and the mutilated leader might not even have been one in the same. Pamela may have been killed by one individual only to have some other opportunistic passer-by come along later and harvest organs the two opposing authors French and shepherd are a Modern Day Edward Werner and Nicholas fitzmaurice. They have reignited the debate over Pamelas death and revived revived from the obscure pages of Beijing History ultimately however the truth continues to elude us. The murder was always a mysterious solitary event with no witnesses difficulties in the investigation. Were made even worse by the tide of Japanese invasion. That began just a few months later. No matter how much we dig the clues the reality is we will never know who really killed Pamela Werner. Thanks for listening to today in true. Crime I'm Vanessa. Richardson thanks again to wit for joining me today. Facts having even Esa you can find my podcast. This is actually actually happening on spotify. Or wherever you listen to podcasts for more stories like this check out our episodes of unsolved murders covering Pamela Werner. Today in true true crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of today and true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already. We have all of your favorite music. But now spotify's making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. Like today in true crime for free from your phone on desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners. Who allow us to do what we love? Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast. Our cast network. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime. Today and true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound designed by Andy Weights with production assistance by Ron Shapiro WPRO Carleen Madden this episode of today and true crime was written by Greg Castro with writing assistance by Maggie Admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson.

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"werner" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

10:41 min | 11 months ago

"werner" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today is Wednesday January eighth twenty twenty on this day in nineteen thirty seven the mutilated deleted body of nineteen year old. Pamela Werner was found outside the walls of all peaking China. Her murder was never solved and today the debate as to who committed the crime is as volatile as ever welcome to today and true crime apart cast original. Due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised. Used extreme caution is advised for listeners under thirteen today. We're covering the murder of Pamela Werner. She was the adopted daughter of British British diplomat and peaking resident Edward Werner. The murder investigation was ultimately swept away by the tide of World War. Two only to it'd be reignited by researchers in the twenty first century. I'm Vanessa Richardson. And today I'm joined by our guest host Dr wit missile dime of the PODCAST. This is actually happening. He's here to discuss some historical aspects of the crime. While I'll cover the narrative. Happy to have you here wit. Happy happy to be here Vanessa. This is a pretty complicated story. We're covering today. That's true in fact the version of the story were about to explore is just one of many possible explanations. Thanks for what happened to Pamela first. Let's go back to the night before. The body was found in the ancient city of Peking on January seventh nineteen eighteen thirty seven just after seven PM. How Melissa smiled as she glided sided across the ice of the French ice rink it was just one of many European imports in the walled paradise of Peking? She had lived here all nineteen eighteen years of her life enjoying the blend of cultures within their new Chinese home. She had learned to speak Mandarin at a young age and surprised the locals locals with the ease with which she spoke their language. They weren't used to hearing their native tongue. In the mouth of a White Blonde Westerner in truth the legation allegation quarter where she grew up and now resided was little more than a tiny neighborhood at the foot of the imperial city but it was teeming with activity ability. There were soldiers looking for a drink Russian refugees looking to make a living barry assorted type simply looking to disappear. It didn't Bother Pamela although this was her home when her friends at the ice skating rink asked her if she needed an escort to her house she scoffed nonsense. This was the safest city in the world. The British government in Beijing maintained a careful balance with the Chinese government that surrounded it. No one would dare harm. The daughter of a diplomat. Pamela moved freely through Peking without fear. She pulled her jacket tight around her dress and peeled out into the city on her bicycle. This was the life the whole city at her beck and call full of things for her to do full of places to explore full of people to meet that last one was was what got her sent to boarding school seventy miles south in Tianjin her father. Edward didn't like all the time. She was spending with local boys he. He was very controlling of her movements. He would never allow her to be seduced when Han one of her schoolmates took to walking her home. After class US her father burst out of the House and struck him on the nose with his cane. She rolled her eyes at the thought. Swerving her bike to to avoid an oncoming rickshaw as she did so a donkey he h-had at her from the other side of the road another few maneuvers and she was on the outskirts. Skirts of the legation quarter the dark shadows of the ancient city wall covered her allowing her moment of solace. She stopped her bike breathing. In the mud sent of the city. She wished she could be her own person. Free to stay in King or go somewhere else. If she wished not not forced to return to boarding school she jumped at the sudden sound of someone emerging from the darkness of the wall behind her her. She squinted realizing with a surprise that it was none other than Han show. Ching her old classmate and the boy that her father had driven even away with his cane. He looked nervous but also distant as if he were considering a thousand things at once. She called out to him in Mandarin with a friendly greeting he offered her a limp smile and a token response. It wasn't lost on her that he continued to shuffle. Awful forward backing her slowly into the wall. She tried to engage him in further conversation to get him to share with her. What was going on inside his head but he continued to behave strangely moving closer and closer? It was far too late by the time time. She noticed the knife blade it sprung from his sleeve and entered into her stomach. She was too afraid to scream. Her is scant in his face begging for some sort of explanation for some mercy but he had none to offer he stabbed her again and and again pamelas blood splattered onto her dress and onto Hans coat eventually. The light in her eyes faded. But it wasn't enough to Han. Pamela represented everything. That was wrong with this damn place everything that he we couldn't have the elitism of the Europeans who kept themselves separate and above everything crying out. Han brought the knife back down onto PAMELAS TORSO. He started to cut carving her heart right out from her chest after mutilating her body. Han fled into the night. Her body remained there in a ditch next to the wall decomposing in the cold. It wasn't until the next day January. The eighth that a passing pedestrian found her. He quickly summoned the police release shortly thereafter. Her father arrived on the scene. He wept in grief eventually. It would consume him. He would stop. Stop at nothing to find out who was responsible for his daughter's murder next will explore the multiple theories behind Pamelas Le's murder now back to the story after nineteen year old. Pamela Werner's murder on January seventh nineteen thirty seven police investigators from both the British and Chinese governments descended on the scene on the morning of the eighth but their efforts would be in vein within a few short months the Chinese and Japanese armies engaged in a series of battles that lead directly into the second world. War You're my guest host. Dr Wit Missile Dean is going to take over from here to discuss the details of the investigation and the multiple theories as to who committed the murder thanks. ESA Pamelas. Murder was particularly gruesome. She was stabbed to death afterwards. Her heart was cut out as were her kidneys. Knees Bladder and liver. Her throat was also slashed in her right arm was nearly severed body also showed signs of sexual assault strangely there. It wasn't very much blood at the crime scene. Considering the amount of butchery it was clear from this brutality that this was no simple attack there was a powerful emotion buying the murder. You're adding to this theory. Was the fact that Pamelas jewel-encrusted watch was left on her wrist. If this were robbery she would have been stripped of any valuables from the beginning of the investigation Pamelas Father Edward was in conflict with the authorities. He already had a history of fighting with Console Nicholas Fitzmaurice who is the coroner in the murder case. The two had clashed years prior over whether some valuable Chinese arch should be relocated to London or kept in China with its people Edward. A student of Chinese culture. Culture advocated for keeping the art in China. Fitzmaurice wanted it brought to London. They remained enemies after this leading to turmoil over the course of Pamelas Murder Investigation Gatien. This was especially infuriating to Edward. Who felt certain? He knew who the murderers were. According to a series of letters he wrote to investigators leaders. He believed that the killers were actually a trio of men went worth prentice. Google Cacuso and Friedkin off. They were American and European ex patriots known for their wild nude parties in the woods but there were also rumors of darker gatherings where women were sexually abused. Werner believed that prentiss panelists dentists Alert her to such a gathering he surmised that once there she resisted Brenta's advances and he struck her over the head in anger. Prentice could puzo and can off then drained in her her blood so that she could be easier to transport and took her body out to the wall they then mutilated her to make it look like some sort of Chinese medical practitioner had harvested arrested her organs while this theory did explain some things about the murder such as why there wasn't very much blood at the crime scene there was little evidence to back it up. FITZMAURICE edify their anger incompetence or genuine. Lack of evidence didn't charge any of the three men then war broke out. He fled back to Britain. Edward wasn't so lucky. He was captured in the Japanese invasion of Peking and placed in prison camp. He said to wonder the grounds consumed with grief accusing people people at random of the murder. Seventy four years later in two thousand eleven British author. Paul French revived interest in the case with his book midnight in Peking. He depicted a city on the verge of collapse filled with the battery using Edwards letters as his starting point. He made a convincing arguments supporting Edward suspicions that the trio of men had killed Pamela.

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"werner" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"werner" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"I think there's something to be said about having Dad's like you too because I i. I feel like I do what I do because I had a dad who you know for lack of better words like boy you know and by that I just mean raised me as an equal. It really means. Yeah go seat me differently. Because I'm a girl. He didn't make the world limited to you know for me because I was a girl real and Because everyone say oh boy they actually he was just like a human and And all you know his all his partners weren't really stoked on him bringing in his little daughter with him at first but he did it because he he's he saw that it was fine and he saw that it was good and you know and And now he takes us just low singing all that credit now which which he deserves because I think it was because of him that you know I really got got this like opportunity in a way that that a lot of other girls maybe didn't get what one lesson that I learned is just When you know when I was in competing competing when I was competing and stuff and then always other girls started getting into spearfishing and whatnot and then And then became a thing where you know locally were there like we want women's divisions and stuff like that. I talked to my sister and I just like I don't WanNa Women's division and I was like I don't you know I I just WanNa be a diver ver. I like putting my wetsuit. I'm putting my hood on not being a boy not being a girl just being a diver. I don't WanNa be better than the boys. I don't want to be good for girl. I just WanNa be a diver and like why are we going to have have women's division so that the three of us can enter Magog go home with the trophy. That's bullshit wine like lashes. All like to empower women. That's just compete. You know as humans eh divers and then my sister she was looked at mansions. Like Oh that must be nice for you to say and I was like what do you mean. She's like Kimmy. She's like dinner. Sound kind of dad we had and she's like do you know any other dads at raised us the way that he did. And she's like besides us. Can you think of any other little girl who their dad had took them diving. Took them spearfishing and I thought back to those days I might know Jake. How many boys can you think of when I was like Damn? She's like you know even if it wasn't later arrive when he got older. Did you get a little girls with their uncles. Were taking them or somebody was taking them. Say No and I just kept way on and by the time ashes Donna. She's like so basically. You had an opportunity that most women never had. You're exposed to the ocean to somebody believing in you that you could do this and At such a young age that stuck with you. That's why you're able to grab that spirit twenty four and go try and she's like you know a lot of guys get that opportunity to but she say the fact that you grew up in Hawaii and you don't know another girl that was raised that way she's like and so now. There's these girls that see you doing it. You've become their hero so you've become something that makes it look possible to them and they WANNA try. You're not going to give them their own division. You're right you're right. Yeah and so but I do think that You know that's the you did even the playing field for now. Because the way that society's built up it might not be equal but what you're doing and what I see so many dads because now. Oh I see tons of Dad's in Hawaii taking their daughters diving and I think maybe it took them seeing a woman. They respect being able to do it to be like I want my daughter to do that too. But But Yeah I just think you know Ending Parenthood That's really important is is the way that you talk about. You know your daughters in the water and and what they can do and the role models you want for them That's something I think. That is GonNa Really empower them later in their life. And then you know empower the future generations. Do both within the fun. Part of having girls is like is like but it's not it's not in the forefront of my brain but like Like to my a good friends A woman named Whitney Cummings just netflix special. And a woman named Nikki Glaser They're both comedians but Nikki key dealt with has been very vocal about dealing with eating disorder. That's not always. She's that's not her thing but like she talked about on podcast and then to know that that I got this like dislike this wealth of knowledge. This like real beacon of like if that happens in our house I can go to Nikki and then I've had her here and she's talked talk to the girls and then Whitney got Blackmailed online the other day about should accidentally showed a picture nipple and these guys trying to blackmail her as she then took charge and posted a picture that picture and said no one's getting my money and no one's getting my time go fuck yourself this picture. They're trying to black mainly four girls found out what about it came over and we're like Hey Whitney's when he had a big for a while then like Winnie's with the pig right. I went. Yeah and they're like. Did you hear what happened to her. And I was like an. I posted the picture my test scores and support with Whitney of when I'd blown out one of my rules and I was panicked like wait. Where did you hear? What have you seen all right? Oh yeah and so but but it's it's been the coolest part and by the way I I didn't that's amazing. I didn't like I mean when you really really think about this. I don't I only know of like two or three male spear Fisher people but I only know of the whole all thing because you I only know of because you like like as as many bad ass dudes are out there. That are probably doing it. I only found it because he you and I've only been interested because of you because I the when I saw your video I just was like this look so pure it. Looks like so primal so so the thing that I'm like that I in my head I was like that. I'm looking for in life a hobby. That isn't that he gets you in a nature gets you active get in but is exciting and thrilling and something. That's addictive and And I'm I'm just very grateful if I'm grateful for anything. I'm grateful that I'm in a position where I can reach out to someone like you and that we can do a podcast. That's like this and that I can share everything you share with all these people so hopefully that and then like I said earlier. If it's not spearfishing of it's something else people can go found my passion find something. I don't want the coffee Mug that says so. This is for the rest of my life. I love it will hopefully come out to wiring your passion. What you talk about it? I feel like we need to make it happen. I hope podcast just makes all your followers fans even hold you more accountable to living living. That dream definitely happen. Yeah I'll we'll switch numbers and And you know I'm such a horror I'll be like like I'm bringing. Can you can viewpoint friends shoot it so we can put it on Youtube and we can put it on instagram. And I'm GonNa Bring cameraman down to. He's a free dog like I'm such that per. I can't do anything without it. Encompassing work one of my buddies arch fear was like of high. Bring him with us to and I. It was like we should ride motorcycles in Vietnam on inhuman trail. And I was like dude. Hell Yeah I'm in. I got a cameraman. And he's like no no no no no. We should do it to do it and I was like. I don't know what that means. I don't really have experiences unless they're videotape these days but We'll hopefully you know. Hopefully we can make that happen off to deal. And congratulations. Thank you sound. Why can't we EH? Birth is a great name for a girl Bertha This episode is brought to you by the machine..

"werner" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"werner" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Yes booy yet. We're GONNA it's belabored back to the podcast. I need another pickle but yeah but then then your head goes numb and then you have your window to dive of and then I just saw these beautiful creatures right away if you were to look up See Angels these these Little Iridiscent Iridescent like aliens it came up to me and just were so beautiful and I was just mesmerized by by these things. 'cause see angels and then I started diving under a seat. Aren't those cool. Yeah and they're just like little alien butterfly saying hello and And then you dive under. Aren't they so cute. You blow my mind and so then all of a sudden you're dislike you're in this land is magical place the pains not hurting you anymore. Yes looking at that. Ah Diving under the ice and just seeing different colors and shapes and I turned around and Narwhal swim by there real. They're real are now. It was with my daughters in Bali and I saw a video of nor walls and I was like hey there was a real and they said that was like Georgia said my oldest goes I. I can't believe you're my dad. You just really. That's the weirdest you saw walls. Yes shut talk about rainbows and UNICORNS that day. It was everything absolutely everything. They're just crazy. They're they're Tusk. There Unicorn Horn is like eight feet long by their big animals. But they're just so beautiful so cool. Yeah and so so yes I so really it's been it's been quite an adventure Being able to travel and see all these things and it really I think has kept my my passion quite refreshed because it just keeps me Keeps me curious keeps me you know keeps you. Curious gives me scared. Keeps me all of these things that that have been amazing And and yeah and then you know. Recently I also found out that I'm pregnant and so thank you so now I just feel like okay. Here's a whole nother your turn of the evolution. Here's a whole nother adventure. And so and it's cool because you know when I found out a doctor took a pregnancy test at home and then I I went to the doctor. You go there and you confirm it can take a pregnancy test there to make it official and as soon as she said. Ah Yes. You're definitely pregnant and I said okay so I've got this gig coming up. This is job that I said Yes to Gwen. Is it said November I. I'm doing January. And she's just like already kind of shaking her head to the where is it and like. Oh it's back in the Arctic and she's just like looking at me. I might be staying on a boat. She's like why are you going up there. There might be free dive the in the Arctic. She's a Y.. And Swim at killer. Whales I did it last year but I was going to do. I got an offer the offer page about her to go do it again. And and as soon as I said that she's just like no no no no what they absolutely not. You're not getting on a plane and even leaving this country at that point. You're not like to the Arctic and living on a boat you're not going free diving. And he's icy water to you're not gonNA killer whales and where. She said that I was just like cool. ooh Cool fine. I'm just asking just and it was neat because I think that was what I knew like. I think I'm ready because I really didn't even have a regret a- and that was what the trip is looking forward to most this whole year but I also did it already and and it was the most amazing experience ever swimming. What those crazy killer? That was frigging really John. Man's just did it in I WANNA say I don't know somewhere in Norway and He he did it and it looked spectacular. Okay thing he kept they kept saying was. Don't get caught up in the Krill right because like is that right like well when they're in hunting mode. It's just insane like they. It's just like they're so fast and they're so man order actions like it. It's pretty crazy. I I you know we were just kind of jump in and these pods of orcas pass by which po by those are apex predators of the world the world of the where they may may eat great white Shark Story Bay. One of them tactic great. Great White Shark off the coast of somewhere near San Francisco and they said all the great whites left. They were like all they know who the king is. That's for sure but for some reason orcas or cool around people. 'cause I really cool around people I mean. That's it's a and you hear that is still is intimidating to get in the water because I also my friend my friend Perrine one time Jumped in with orcas in Panama and he said that they're just like crunching turtles. Just for fun just just crunching them and watch letting them saying every once in going down and grabbing their guts and intestines rolling them around and playing with them and then letting them sink and As a you know you hear stories like that and it still makes you feel a little thing them. Just refund crunching. Yeah his you know must feel good on their teeth or something but like you know there are there are different Species of ORCAS and some Mr Man eaters and summer fish eater so the Western highway fish eater. What about what about Trying to by the way. I'm pitching you a business business plan for me. So what about when you have the baby right you set up like a high end. spearfishing guides guides where people can go out for the day and when they pay good and you take them out beer setting this up so then I guess beer visit with you. We we get definitely go spearfishing together. I think I have already told you that I know I know but I feel like I have a lot to do to get there now. I feel in out like I've I've had a little spear phishing and retreats in Bali where I had Bali. It's wonderful. Yeah it's really nice. I floated that. They took us out to see. I told you about names I can tell you ever in Hawaii. I Love Sharing Hawaii with people. I I'm obsessed with why but like we went out to some island off the coast This little island that everyone goes to and we kind of floated this reef and it was. It was awesome my wife. My wife has a very very very big connection with snorkeling. So silly when we first met we we were talking about like what we loved issues like. I love snorkeling. Snorkeling is such a thing in growing up in Florida. That you were like it's Kinda touristed. Snorkel seemed like ah I mean we didn't consider it snorkeling or like arcades struggle for our. I just love the name sounds so dark. Smart Smart goal of whatever Ah Very but yeah I love snugly she and the F- when when we first got married no where I got married. She's was so wanted to go find places snorkel and my daughter's love snorkeling and so when we went we floated this wreath of my wife was the happiest she had ever adjust so happy era such a great day. Bali's gorgeous it is it is and yeah. I like a couple of like these spiritual retreats there. There were seriously like the whole group that I get that complete beginner some of them even have like traumatic experiences in the water. And so I really like I think because my whole learning experience if you really think about it I mean talk about karate kid like my teacher Mr Miyagi that you're gonNA wax on nine walks off for very long time before I even touch spare you know and that's how I like to do it because if you think about my life I tag along for years before I touches beer and then I had this whole gap of regular life then. I'm twenty four a first time I touch you know my sword or whatever you know and and step into my my calling and so if you think I would rather just put a spirit gun in your hand and watch you go I'm GonNa be like Oh. You are learning how to spearfish burt right. Like that's what I did my boyfriend's Minnesota yes isn't that kind of funny And we met on the Rhode. Lee was a snowboarding cinematographer. You know we we hit it. Fell in love basically He ended up moving to Hawaii to start a life with me. The and Yeah there's not much snow in Hawaii so there goes his career But but it turns out that now you know. I taught him how to free diabetic now. He's like one of the best free diving cinematographers and And he's just boyfriend Minnesota but it did not. It wasn't a set thing. It was very very very Mr Miyagi. It was like well I. We're going to swim. You know. And and in the north shore exactly takes them out in the first we're GONNA Swim Lim. Oilman he's dead. I mean she is relevant and And we're GONNA work on your ears things like that. We're going to work on your you know your form. Yeah I don't care how deep you're going if you look like you know if you look like a monkey it's not nice is not good and And then we're GonNa just go to these. He's like marine reserves. You know we don't even spearfish and we're going to study the fish we're GONNA study their body language. Then I'M GONNA start to test you. What fishes this that one this up up to you was it big enough to shooter? Was it too small. You know I want to say we took such a long time But I mean but now I put a spear and the boys and he can get dinner you know but for the most part. That's my job and he rather have a camera in his hand. which is way cool because what I ended up doing without knowing it I ended up like taking this guy and a by molding him from scratch? You know because he didn't even grow up by an oceans he had no previous experience but therefore no bad habits and I kind of just molded him into the perfect perfect cinematographer. Who understand exactly how I move how I hunt how not to mess up any of my shots? I just like you. Don't talk underwater. I can look at him. He knows knows where to be where to line up. And get you know and and it's just like and then before I knew it I this thing with however and now we could team up and unlikely get stuff done together but But yeah but the monastery is in order for you to get good like I believe in learning slowly it learning everything not skipping steps. Start with a three prong before you even start with the spirit. Good you know. That's my role. So goal is my goal. Is My goal. My Spear phishing journey fifty five forty six right now at fifty five. I'm going to be a very different man than I am today. I'm going to be a lot skinnier. I plan on that already I. We'll be in bottomless ocean. Diving down one hundred feet and I'm GonNa Spirit Tuna who's GonNa take me for a ride for like for like a mile until like I'm like I just have this vision of like these like like this real ernest. Hemingway a ask managed to see where I find this to fight the sharks off to the tune of back to the boat. And when I get back to the boat a storm comes in and I make Bacon..

"werner" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"werner" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Stop expecting like when that bottoms common. Just trust that. It's going to come and I made it to the bottom and when I did. There's muscles in Rhode Island which we don't have in Hawaii and they filter the water. They're all over the bottom. They filter the water. So I could see shoots clear at the bottom. Bottom is so clear because the muscles filter the water it was amazing and then all what's on my. Hey I can see I can do this. And then I learned a different skill which was to listen because the fish eat the muscles so I could hear them chomping before I could even see them and I could hear where they're gonNA come from. And so in the next few days I just learned to scout like that and four days later it became a national champion And said that changed my life if a lot you know I kinda came home and was treated like this hero and all of a sudden leg. I'm on the covers of magazines and getting interviewed for the morning shows. And then people don't think I'm so crazy anymore and And then after a while I start getting a little bit of support you know people wanting to like pay for me to go and and and get my plane ticket or give me spear guns stuff that you know I didn't have access to before and And and at and by this time I had quit my culinary arts job and I was trying to survive off of being a painter and artist because that gave me the freedom to dive whenever the water was good. You know I'm bail just dive but of course Edison make a lot of money but now after becoming a national champion my paintings are selling so it just seems like wow all. My dreams are coming true and And then that's what I did for the next few years as I just competed and I got better and better to travel the world and it releasing like man maybe I can get paid. They get sponsors and like make a living off of this completely completely instead of having to work two jobs folk sponsorship but basically after like almost two years at this same thing happen not happy and I disliked. Yeah and I just realized like same thing like is this really. What's making you happy and it wasn't? You know I was is traveling to all these places now getting there a month in advance but all I was doing with scouting all I was doing was was was going in there to train and train and train for one day of shooting a bunch of fish and going home with a trophy. I wasn't getting to know the culture was an anti no. The food wasn't beginning to eat the fish. Like I mean it. It's fine I'm not against it doesn't go to waste. I'll get donated and whatnot but it just. It wasn't that same feeling of satisfaction that I had from that first day you know and it wasn't ever satisfaction. I had in that first tournament either and I realized I was kind of chasing something that wasn't exactly me and even when I came home just to go three and get food in my backyard like I used to. My brain couldn't help but be like how many points would that be worth. How many points with this fish be worth? And that's just not what the ocean was to me. That's not why I learned this and and I just realized this is not if I'm losing my happiness from the ocean it's time to walk away and and so that's what I did. I quit. Competition felt like a big failure. I just really felt I sucked and was a quitter and I thought well. Oh there's no way you're GONNA make career out of this now But I took some time off and I thought about like what do I WanNa do and I realized okay. I want to get back into doing this food. And so yeah so I started getting my own food planted. A garden now started really like seeing. What's important to you and one thing that I realized is The the ocean that I knew at five years old didn't look the same as it now. Did you now twenty eight years old and I because there's a big gap. I could really see a difference. For instance m leg had the reef is a different color. The fish stocks are different. Like what's going on and I wanted to learn why and so from then on whenever I did save up money to take a trip this time I might is wanted to travel. I WANNA meet the locals. I WANNA hang out. I don't want to just do it for a trophy on. WanNa Cook facial over an open fire with them. I also WANNA ask them questions about how how they manage their fisheries how they see things going and that was when I learned all about environmental stuff that I didn't know I didn't know about micro plastic pollution. I didn't know about water runoff. I didn't ain't no about climate change. Yeah water runoff is that that's a problem in Hawaii Greg. It's about them. Yeah and a lot of but definitely Hawaii. We did something in Hawaii. I say the number one killer of reefs in Hawaii basically. Yeah if if if we don't have a water we don't have nature you know when when when it rains the way. Nature designed trees and plants in you know native plants and stuff like that is to absorb all the water filter. It you know. Take a slow time by the it gets to the ocean. It's coming out at a pace and like at a level that the ocean can handle it if we just develop everything and it rains in that. Just it's hitting concrete treat is just taking all the chemicals and heavy metals and all of that and rushing into the ocean at a speed that the ocean can't handle and then it settles on their reese and all the sediment happens and then we get lake invasive algae blooms and just that sediment alone kill is the reason which kills fish and And it's really happening everywhere. And that's another reason to is as to say you know even though they certain types of industrial farming. It's really bad for water. RUN OFF and so. It's like the more traditional styles. Farming are good because of the way that that biodiverse climate change things but this is all stuff I didn't know and it's really complex in and whatnot but but I got to learn about all of these things and and kind of started sharing it just because I cared about the ocean and and as I shared it I just got an even bigger following and before I knew it I started getting sponsors like sponsors that I would've never got otherwise. Patagonia is my first sponsor grades. I not good one and Yeah so there may vary for a sponsor to side and I'm with I'm with Yeti now I already have a flip flop company. Okay I love them so much fan old I am. They're they're great for Hawaii. That's a- and Zoellick guy of Wyan brand. They are based off of the coach of Hawaii and they did a good jab traegergrills over real. Their grills are all snag. Great Line swears by his trigger. And it's the best for while game. That's why it's just amazing. I don't understand it. It's like sorcery but like sometimes you know these wild game venison they're delicious meats. But they can be they can. It'd be tough to grill. They can be to lean to dry whatever somehow that schrager. It just can't go wrong like you can't screw it up. You who else are your sponsors Sir International. So they're my spearfishing sponsor. They like make my fans my mass my spirit and everything that mask the mask where it's just a little eyeballs in an already use. A full mask is a foam. What's why do they use? The my daughter bought a fricken. Little tiny masks we just slits and it looks like it. Looks like a looks like a villains. Maske you don't talking about maybe. It's just a low volume masks. No not just saw it liked it was like I want this mask and then we all go snorkeling in your mask looks ridiculous. She's like it's I like it. It's more sleek. Maybe maybe I love Yeah I I have. I bought the same exact mask. Three times. it's a big. I don't forget the name of it. But whose rife Rafic. They're based out of California And J rife. He is a legendary he is. He's a legendary diver and he started the whole company and just really great spirit gun. Great family could totally I but this this is my personality I could totally deck Geico into his shop and buy all spear fishing gear and never use it. Yeah it's I like high end climbing gear. I've been climbing you said. He says he hasn't spearfishing. Aaron here look look really cool. Yeah so that's that's international And then all of our sunscreen there like a reef say sunscreen June China's company and Kona Brew Beer. There is a great beer company. Yeah but hard Kombucha so I'll call nobody that's so it's not like they take combustion they mix it you know they commands to the point where our love those. It's those were the same at this company. June shine it John Rocque where dare dare new. You and I'm just telling you what your beer sponsor con Abreu. June shine like June shine. Yeah I'm getting Jewish on right now no you really really Amazon. Kenai yes I it's it is it's really good and it's just Hor Khumbu it it this oh great so good when I approached me I thought like Oh they probably like are mixing of icon. That sounds weird but no you pop wide open and it's like it's not too sweet. It's just like a really good brew. It's delicious I have That at the store trying to at the store next to me they have hard Kombucha Jewish line and I got one and I changing my lifestyle a little bit I used to do. I will say Duke's I haven't not yet but I drink on planes always wranglings changing that but one of my favorite things was to have a hard boots on the right of the airport because it's doesn't look like a beer doesn't look like a being healthy. I'm a health nut. The computer was Gabby reas- I'll call. I did a pilot She was like. Oh yeah she she's. I only met her this one day. We shot this pilot and I think I was having a Bagel. And she was she was like that's not food by the way I was like what that's not food. That's I thought you're not putting food and your job. You think you're eating food. That's not food and I was like what do you mean like food. Like like and was like she's she's very insightful about.

"werner" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"werner" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

"Today on studio. Three sixty what energizes the legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog sometimes when I don't know how to order my thoughts, I switched on crazy cat videos and immediately. I'm rejuvenated. We talk a lot about cat videos, the art of narration and his latest movie meeting. Gorbachev. Plus from the first time you heard this song, it was just absolutely mind. Melting. The story behind when doves cry, which prints released prepare to feel old thirty five years ago this week. This is what it sounds like the head on studio. Three sixty right after this. This is scheduled for sixty I'm currently at I'm sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial this first level of guard this Thomas Jefferson's vegetable, I'd like to have the roasted chicken very well done, editing is all about timing. I tried to get a little bit away from the actual subject must get sick of your place, right? Three, sixty with good Anderson. Werner Herzog has made more than sixty movies. They're often about man versus extreme forces, the Amazon jungle in FitzGerald. Oh, active volcanoes in the documentary into the inferno. His latest film meeting, Gorbachev also fits into that frame. It's the story of Mikhail. Gorbachev versus a crumbling political and economic system. Food consensus, Kevin over a six month period last year and the year before Hertzog went to Moscow and interview the very last president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Sekkei bitch. I'm sermon. And the first term and that you probably met wanted to kill you. Hertzog and a co director Andre singer, combined interviews with lots of archival footage to tell the story of the one Soviet leader almost everybody in America, and the west light even adored, and the film is all held together by Herzog signature narration here. His home village is it looks today. It is hard to imagine that from such a godforsaken place in the middle of nowhere, one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century emerged. And when Hertzog is here with me now to talk about meeting Gorbachev, sir. Welcome back to studio. Three six eight thank you. Thank you for having me. So you feel three long conversations with Gorbachev. How did you prepare for those mostly reading I did a lot of homework? I read compensates memoirs Rhoda most excellent biography by William helpmann. Otherwise, I arrived without pain, my hands. I didn't have a catalog of Chris that would rectal down. It was just a conversation from men to men carried on by curiosity. Wave. I was gonna lead me or us. Was unknown the film talks about how Gorbachev is beloved and considered a hero by many Germans, and obviously being a German, a west German at the time, you must have paid keen attention to the Soviet Union at that moment. Sure. And among other things when Germans reunification were somehow abandoned, give him up the real real big thing, about reunification, these it came without bloodshed. It came without violence. Gorbachev allowed peacefully his predecessors would send tanks in and, and suppress the liberation movements of countries like Hungary Poland is terminal. You just name, it chuckle Slovakia, take a Slovak, yo cyst that was attitude of the Soviet Ryan and Gorbachev completely different in his approach and is in west Germany had been separate countries. For essentially your entire life. It just must have seend being a forty odd year old man, having never known anything else impossible that this was never going to happen. Yes, I personally believed I would not see during my lifetime something of that magnitude would take much more time history would be slow, but I was surprised. And when the wall came down in Idi nine and reunification happens, as you say, in the film. So quickly crazily quickly. What was your feeling when I heard about the wall coming down? I was in the southern tip of South America, a mountain, and with five days delay through shortwave radio hurt that the won't had come down, and it's this kind of joy in the shadow of elation, his never left me, I was pleased, given the seriousness of the subject by the touches of humor in this film, like. When they're cutting down ceremonially cutting down the barbed wire between Austria, Hungary, and spend a long time showing this bit of the Austrian nightly news that night I'm going to play that clip. Busy plea for the entire world. I n curtain started to be lifted. However, Austrian evening news was curious about the magnitude of the event retail two minutes. I didn't really metric their lead story was about slugs. It's very funny because they advise you to fill up old with beer in slugs, as lovers of beer would crawl it get drunk and you could harvest them in the morning, then on the miscellaneous much later. So the anchorwoman comes to mention that I am curtain. Being lifted. So it points to that sometimes news completely clueless. In other news, the Cold War is over. Yes. Yes. Do you feel as though humor is, is central to your sensibility, as a filmmaker as a creator, I think this human almost all of my films, and I've been labelled as grim teutonic sort of God knows warrior who, who is determined to risk his life in all all this, all this kind of nonsense. So what you spot it is. There's a lot of human gover of, of course, a lot of human other films. I wanna talk more about your narration, and how you do it. Do you begin with some rough draft? Or do you make the film? I know I the Nori I write the take spontaneously during editing and I know here heft to explain something and I write it down. On incessantly and in the editing room. I have very professional microphone, and I speak the commentaries. Right, then and there while I'm proceeding and sometimes I notice the texts overlaps into the next scene. It's three seconds too long. So I would delete one or two words and rephrase it a little bit in speak again and it would fit. That's amazing. So literally, as you are cutting scenes together, you're coming up with the necessary narration, and recording simultaneous. Yes. Exactly. Is that what I do that extrordinary? Well, I realize it audiences like the way I narrate in not, it's not only my voice. It is a text the context that I create the observation said, I make. So I'm writing the commentaries, and I'm speaking them and ended makes a lot of sense and gives a coherence to films that they would otherwise not. What have? And in his someone there, directing you. You know, saying, hey Werner, let's let's do another take that. No with exception of the editor. He is the only one who would tell me the phrase, doesn't sound right? The grammar is a little bit crooked. Why don't you change? So earth of words, his says to me pronounciation of the word should be different in, in English. So I, I do have helped India seek advice. That's amazing. And also, I'm I'm struck by how demystifying you are of the process. There is nothing. Mysterious about filmmaking. It's just professional work period. Here is a great example of that work from your film, grizzly, man. One of my favorites. This is some of the last football shot by the subject, Timothy Treadwell, a grizzly bear enthusiast. It's a close up of one of his bears, and what haunts me is that in. All the faces of all the bears that trade will ever filmed, I discover no kinship now understanding no mercy. I see only the overwhelming indifference of nature. To me, there's no such thing as a secret world of the bears. And displaying stare speaks only of a half board interest in food, but for Timothy Treadwell despair was a friend, a savior. In a way in that makes film, different and unique I Esa filmmaker heaven ongoing argument with treadmill. Sometimes trade will say something very new agey into how fluffy these Baz I in to hug them, and you have to sing to them and, and here on of sudden night. Chime in say here. I differ with Treadwell in my opinion, wild nature is different. It's chaotic and in dangerous and murderous, not fluffy, like involved, his knee movies. So I just have an argument with him. You didn't always narrate your films, in fact, in your early films. There are other people doing their rations. I believe it was, the, the great ecstasy of would cover Steiner in the seventies that was your first first one. Here's a bit of that finished Pessoa Costa sheaf league in his. Emas. He even so what, what made you decide to start doing that? Forty five years ago. I didn't. Yes, I didn't decide it, it was the signature of TV series all the other films have filmmaker appear in the film and giving the chronically, so right? Not only my voice, head to be in a head to be physically onscreen, as well. I hated the beginning. And, and then I thought when the film was finished I should do at least voice myself I felt uncomfortable but I hit the feeling afterwards, that was something good about it. Steiner's Esther training spoon. Sponsored Fatu got. Wow, your voice was so much higher. You know how Americans feel now about Werner Herzog narrations do Germans here. You're germination think nothing special about that. No. Since I speak own mother tongue. It doesn't really stick out like a sore thumb and insurance, of course. Yes. You'll sense that my first language was Bavarian dialect. It's like let's say Texan, drawl, ereck ignites must come from Texas while he must come from Bavaria, right? The earliest one documentary of yours that I can find that you narrated in English was herdsmen of the sun, which is about a nomadic tribe in the Sahara. This is a clip in the Republic of new Shia. The voter behalf gathered for the annual celebration of care covari towards the end of the rainy season in the month of September tribal meetings are held all over the half desert. Now we hear that we go. Of course, Werner Herzog. That's what he does. But when you first started narrating thirty years ago, was there any pushback from US distributors country Lee say so that was very quick. Aknowledge -ment that audiences feel comfortable and they like the way I make things clear. He really understand what I'm saying. Although I speak with the Nexen with a heavy ex and not as heavy as, for example Kissinger, but that's true. That's true to audiences responded favorably. And that's always a good sign. Your voice is part of the attraction ES, India can tell that it's very easy to make satires and to imitate my voice, you see the internet is full of imposed us. Do you know there's a? Actor and writer Paul Tompkins who has done one. Do you know it, let me play a bit for you and see what you think this is him doing the character on Andy dailies podcast? Okay, if you don't mind I've just uploaded this review to yelp. This is the trader Joe's on hype urine.

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