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"woolsey" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

04:59 min | Last month

"woolsey" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

"You know if you had the discussion. Go for it okay. I'm gonna play another thing from woolsey in this is about allowance and al and no kids alone in. How much is fair. I think that's a great question so if you know he doesn't get an allowance yet but i think that his parents are thinking about. Oh maybe we should start doing this. And yeah how much is fair. That's a great question and again. I think it all ties to the family. One is no what they have to give an allowance on no the age of their kid and allow that to guide them. How much because of their five years old versus thirteen. That amount is going to be different. Right i'll allow them to guide that and then from there having that conversation with the kid on why they're getting the allowance and making sure that if you don't want it tied to chores that you're very clear. I know this family. How i thought they were so smart. Their their kids were teens at the time and out of that allowance. They had to buy their own clothing. In one of the kids ended up spending most of his allowance on shoes but then he needed underwear and socks and he didn't have the money and the the parents were like a well but allows the child to fall in in the time that they're living with you so you can help them and pick them back up right. I think that is the power of allowance for them to manage that money. Make those mistakes early on so you can have the discussions as to okay. What could have been done differently. And how what that have. Benefited you better if you did. If you had to rate the most important financial habits money habits for kids what would be number one on your list..

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"woolsey" Discussed on Untrained Wisdom

Untrained Wisdom

06:38 min | 3 months ago

"woolsey" Discussed on Untrained Wisdom

"Started off as computer comfort. So I can actually start from the beginning on what led me to this organization. And then we can move into more of the marketing Institute. So, the University of Iowa holds a student org fair. And when I was walking around there, I saw something that said, computer class, and this actually stems into why marketing was such a key factors. Because I looked at the word computer and I said, okay, I'm on my computer all the time. What does this mean is this for computer science Majors? That was mostly the initial reaction I had. And then I went up to some of the friendly executive board and talked to them and learned that, oh, this is an organization that off pretty much Bridges. The Divide between college students and seniors and learn from one another and teaches seniors. About different types of Technology from birth. When I joined the executive board, we realized how this is not just about computers. Technology is advancing so fast as you can see. Now most of the stuff today is virtual, so I thought it was important that we wanted to expand and Rebrand the name computer Comfort. There's an amazing marketing Institute from tippie College of Business. Had our student org chosen to do a whole rebranding by adjust. Join the org at this time. And a whole class took all of our values. Our mottos, and I saw what we had is computer comfort and each group in this one class had the opportunity to present to us rebranding ideas which was awesome. I loved sitting there. I felt like a judge getting to be able to pick the best presentation and the amazing Graphics that they created. It made the organization feel sick. For special also in this process and each presentation was great. We wanted to at one point take little parts of each presentation. We have to choose one, but that's how it came to be device advice. So computer Comfort to device, device are two completely different names. And I definitely think Harris would have been proud of the name change because it's not just computers. Nowadays, we have tablets, we have iPhones, especially a few years ago, when some of the main questions we got were about iPhones with out, a younger generation, buying iPhones for the mom or dad or their grandparents. And that's them looking down at it being like what do I do with this? How do I we did check with Harris? It was one of the things that we wanted to do. Let him know what's going on. Peggy Stover was the professor who runs the marketing Institute Bell of Olsen was one of the students who actually created the logo along with her teammates wage So we shared it with Harris. Got a call with him, he wasn't able to drive up from st. Louis and he loved the idea. He loved the broadening and he just loved that we were still doing it that we were still sticking with that same mission of getting seniors and college students together to talk and to be with each other to support each other. And sometimes technology was the excuse. And there were definitely skills being learning, but it was just an opportunity for people to come together, who just, frankly, weren't spending enough time together. Cuz colleges tend to be filled with young, people, and senior homes tend to be filled with older people. Yeah, so Harris, love the idea off and we just are very proud to be part of Harris, Frank's Legacy here at the University of Iowa. Okay? Now, you talked about this a little earlier before we started recording can walk and, and read that. Same question, do you? What is the appeal? What was the appeal for you for this organization and just hearing those two groups together birth? In conversation about technology. So, the first appeal like I said, was, when I saw computer Comfort something that I've never seen before. Something, that's so new. And I love talking to my grandparents. Why isn't this a skill that every college student, or even college student? And Below range of Ages? Should feel comfortable talking to older, Generations as college. Students were working up to a certain career and I feel like it's essential work with all different populations and all different ages. So aside from the technology aspect, which is my second point, I would say that just creating that connection and be able to just talk about life. They're not different. They love talking about their college days or I love learning about the bird house that they have in their backyard. In my last session, we were talking about that the Technologies Aspect is just a whole nother added Factor because I think that if seniors are given more of the resources that they can get from the organization or even beyond the organization, they're going to be able to feel more on a level of their grandkids, or their daughter or son, two, great aspects, that Drew me in. Yeah, absolutely. I can't, you mentioned earlier that the initial groups of students made the connections out in the community to the senior homes and whatnot. When you enter the picture of either, do you base built on their connections and make other Connections in the community? Then so I actually had the wonderful surprise of being given this role when the pandemic started so long, I had been in active, volunteer and Outreach and external relations a part of that executive board position. Before the pandemic started, I had the opportunity job You to go to three of the senior centers in Iowa City. We worked with Walden Place, Oak, Knoll and Senior Center. And we had the opportunity to go to these places with our volunteers and find be able to be one-on-one with different seniors. So, when I took the position as president, now, there was the added challenge of we're already trying to teach seniors technology. Am I going to try to do this virtually and add a whole nother added extra Challenge on to this? I took the challenge and last semester was my first semester as president did a lot of brainstorming with the executive board.

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Tiger Woods suffers multiple leg injuries in single-car accident in Los Angeles

News, Traffic and Weather

01:52 min | 7 months ago

Tiger Woods suffers multiple leg injuries in single-car accident in Los Angeles

"Woods, suffering serious injuries to his legs when he rolled his car in l. A this morning, Just in a statement on his Twitter page says, is awake, responsive and recovering Well tonight he underwent a long emergency surgery for serious injuries to his lower right leg and ankle, the first deputy on the scene, saying the wreck could have been so much worse. The nature of his vehicle. The fact that he was wearing a seat belt, I would say that greatly increased The likelihood that it saved his life. Rescuers had to use an ax and a pry bar to get Woods out of his SUV. The officer on scene said he was alert and talking at the time tonight. The chief medical officer U. C L, A medical center says Woods has leg fractures and injuries to bones on his right foot and ankle that were stabilized with screws and pens earlier today. Tonight. Come on, Who spoke to you? Dubs number one golfer Know Woolsey, who met Woods at a conference not long ago. Just praying that he get back and Oh, yeah, Everybody knows that Tiger Woods and, um so t hear about that is it's scary because you just don't know what the future is that with golf without him, investigators say there were no signs of impairment. There's still working to get answers about what led up to the crash. They're looking at speed. Is it possible factor? Crash happened on a notoriously dangerous road. Well, it is one of the all time greatest call first with 15 major victories, he second behind Jack Nicklaus, who holds the record with 18 major championships in 2019, He mounted a comeback, winning the Masters just two years after undergoing a spinal fusion. For today's crash. Woods was in the process of recovering from the fifth back surgery of his career. There has been an outpouring of concern and support on social media tonight. Golf legend Jack Nicklaus says he and his wife are deeply concerned and wish Tiger all the best for a full recovery. Pro golfer Justin Thomas tweeted quote sick to my stomach right now praying for Tiger Woods and hoping for an amazing recovery.

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"woolsey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"woolsey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Can know Obama's at the moon Palace must, Woolsey guy must mend blah, blah, blah. Lab mapping. Does nothing go right? Yeah, but Is that because you don't know that It was I don't know, said this is just I don't get it..

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"woolsey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"woolsey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Wolfgang Van Halen ‘Prepared for a Wave of Hate’ When He Releases Solo Debut

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Wolfgang Van Halen ‘Prepared for a Wave of Hate’ When He Releases Solo Debut

"Van Halen. Is it picking sides in the unending debate about whether? Van Halen is better with David Lee. Roth or Sammy Hagar Woolsey was born in ninety one during Sammy's tenure with the band, but started performing with Van Halen after his dad and uncle reunited with Diamond Dave. In two thousand, seven Wolff who's long awaited debut solo album is on the way, explained his balanced view of the van Halen catalog over the weekend and reply to a fan question about the Hagar era, this was on instagram. He said I'm not a purist. It's all great. The same guy wrote all the music kind of dumb not to give it a chance if you like one or the other so much.

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"woolsey" Discussed on The JRPG Report

The JRPG Report

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"woolsey" Discussed on The JRPG Report

"It's better to come away with the venture bright eyed at stuff of one. Our one liners like t's octopus kids and you sound like a chapter from self help booklet. The sixteen bit era was a renaissance for Consul. Rpg's especially for Westerners though RPG's wouldn't reach anything close to the mainstream popularity until fantasy seven hit the playstation nineteen ninety seven the candy color sprites of Secret. Amman and the solemn realistic backdrops. Esi Six released in the West final fantasy three turn. Some heads wants some hearts in time these newly bathtubs arch. Pg Fans and the veterans who fell the genre. The dragon wire came to the same reason. Many of the RPG's produced by square INEX- at the time square soft boasted next level translations than video game locations were still infamous for being shoddy square soft. Rpg's weren't just clearing competent. They built up. The world's they belong to gave life to character and hero and monster alike. In particular the localization of fall fancy six is so ingrained in Fans Mont certain character quirks and bits of dialogue have carried over into modern fantasy games professional authors even site F F. Six as a major inspiration for their work is remarkable to realize square inaccessibility to deliver such a powerful story about death devastation and then the world while under the watchful eye of Nintendo of America's concerts sensors content sensors. That's why the man behind the translation. Ted Woolsey is still celebrated. I Work I. Things narrows to however the war between people who prefer colorful cloud interpretation of Japanese content and the people who prefer straight translations is as old as the Internet Phantom for the entirety of the sixteen bid RPG renaissance and beyond the Liberty. Wolsey take with final fantasy. Six translation was hot battleground on us. Net Mrs Boards and our chat rooms will join square soft American office in Redmond Washington in Nineteen ninety-one far facet four had just been released in the US as final. Fantasy too is one of the biggest and most ambitious. Rpg's exist on the scene S. At the time it story took players across a vast world before it plunged down to an underground land and then shot for the moon. Unfortunately the epic atmosphere of F F. Four's journey was damaged when it came to the West. Thanks to a translation pool so poor it still leaves and infamy and sure Fox has before gave us the wonderful baffling scene of an anti Xining father crying. You spoon barred before launching himself at the said barred for letting his daughter come to harm. But for the most part Fours snes translation was full of Brooklyn Sentences Grammatical Errors Galore and strange glitches. The translation wasn't just an wasn't just unpleasant to read. It was unpleasant to produce which was why Wolseley was broadened ahead localisations before he arrived. Localizing Games was catch-as-catch-can task at square soft and several unusual rioters contributed to the pot. I think the process of finalizing the screen text had been so painful. Even the finance lead in office admin were to slash edit the script until it pass certification an antenna of America that square search for some options to improve things. Wolseley told the writer over an email when Wolsey begin working with square soft. He wasn't necessarily a fan console. Rpg's He'd played kings quest and summer PC geez but it measly noticed that the work offensive for quote tasted like something fundamentally different unquote. How by the scope of square soft stories? He was determined to do them justice with the translations. His first job was final. Fantasy legend. Three for the Gameboy. We actually saw gain those local fennel fancy better for the sake of name recognition. It was he says it was surprisingly long script with tons of complexity. For A gameboy product. Now learned much from my mistakes was he says I think at that title. I think on that title. I started to get deeper into the narrative voices opportunities to play with the humor and how to spot scatalogical humor that wouldn't pass muster an antenna of America. You probably won't find many low closer today. You those the ability to competently right poop jokes on the resume but was a vital skill for classic game the nineties for Nintendo of America before the implementation of the es rb late Nineteen ninety-four intent of America was strict by keeping his game. Family friendly became especially for two fastest when mortal combat. It's over the top. Fatalities caused the media. The United States government during his hands over violence and other inappropriate video game content professional local Outer Clyde. Mandolin has a comprehensive list of content considered voter but Nintendo's early nineteen ninety s localization standards bloody violence on the level of mortal. Kombat was obviously out. Benintendi noticed list also forbade nudity slash sexual acts swearing. Religious imagery or terminology. I Got Sane Buddha hell etc and any depiction of use of drugs or Alcohol Square soft sixteen bit. Our bodies aren't necessarily bloody thing. Contain plenty of mild swearing and the occasional bear bum. If you look at Manlan's list of Forbidden Nintendo content you can see a specific example of how F six was altered when it came to the West Siren an expert who can about good guys to put musters to sleep is her butt cheeks in the game's Japanese art and she was covered up for art. America five had six doesn't have flagrant nudity everywhere but it is a square. Most mature works though. The story starts with typical narrative about a power hungry empire. Everything spirals out of control. The world literally ends in Emerald People Innumerable People Die Kaffa the insane cloud God clown ruling.

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"woolsey" Discussed on Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage

Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"woolsey" Discussed on Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage

"Voice which had some great role models for that. When example bill is talking. I was thinking of his like his death. So bills on the road. Fairmount usually a couple of days a week but like makes it a priority. I mean he's been to Houston back two days this week. Which is a three hour trip? There are three hour trip back For assuming no traffic yeah exactly But he's made a very conscious decision to say if I don't have to spend a night away. I'm not going to and there's a lot of sacrifice in like five. Am Mornings that that means and things like that but he saw the same thing. Your Dad made that same choice and model that really well and so in the same thing I was thinking about like as well as like work hard but then also play hard and these are things like. I've gotten to observe in the way bills family does. It is not saying my doesn't but it just it's really neat to see those things at play where it's like even we're we were kind of telling you were about to go and have some fun this afternoon and with bill's entire kind of family and it's extended on the fact that there's a continuing education conference happening at the hotel so they're phenomenal at like kind of turning Something that is working career thing into also a chance to then turn that off and be together and play hard and and so I just think that over rhythm yeah when they call a boondoggle styles that before that new. So it's just I feel very grateful that we've seen that done. Well that is great. How much do you guys talk about work at home? Some again couples have varying ways that they approach it. Some people are like no works stays at work and when we're home. How do you guys transition from work to home or do you talk about or how do you set boundaries? I think that we talk sometimes about were too much. But we definitely don't talk about it always. And so when I mean. So there's just the base level practicality of it is a reality for us of hey I have to be in Houston on Thursday morning at nine. Am which means that. I can't drop Mike off at school like I normally would Can you is that. Is that okay? Does that work for you? So there's that level of talking about it but there's also the level of just talking through what's developing what's coming I mean it's it's a huge part of your life the work that you do especially when it's something important to you in so it is talked about and so I don't know I don't know that I could quantify the amount of time that we spend talking about it but there's definitely discussion about it and we encouragement. That comes from that because if I don't know what's going on Sarah's world I don't know what's causing her stress and strain and I don't know how to make her need in that moment if I'm unaware of aboard meeting that's causing angst or tension or a broken plumbing issue at the building is causing struggle knowing those things allows you to have insight into what's going on in the way that it's affecting your spouse to not have that information I think we put you at a huge put your way behind the power curve knowing what's going on with the the heart and mind of your other spouse. Yeah Yeah I feel like there's a real balance and we swing both directions there. There are times when it'll be like hey I'm just having a hard time turning my brain off in this regard and I sometimes I can sense that I feel like there's a desire to connect and just like move on from the work day and one of us will dislike. Have a hard time flipping that switch off and we'll kind of feel the tension of that a little bit and thankfully. I feel like at our healthiest moments. Were able to kind of like just name and say I'm having a hard time turning off this kind of thing and that are less healthy moments like that causes like you know exte- bickering kind of stuff. So that's that's one end of it but then I also love the fact that because there's a shared investment in the work. Each of us are doing like I'm thinking I was drafting a letter that I felt kind of hung up on earlier this week and I said when we get home this evening can we like have a glass of wine and sit on the porch. And can I like talk through this stuff with you and actually like intentionally bring that home and into our conversation and because of the value of what he could help? Draw out and bring clarity to that situation. And so there's also this like being an active participant in the work as well and it's kind of a kind of a both and And that you able to ask him that. That's such a healthy communication tool. Because if he had had a super stressful day you know he had the freedom to say. My brain is fried. I am done. I want to hear it. But can we do it? And then maybe offer an alternative time as we relaxing one of the rhythms we've developed is like Taco shop. More needs to talk. Oh we can't we can kind of tell when we have been connected in a while and Whether it's the logistical side. Bill was describing of like kids schedules. And what nights. We both have something like after work hours or whatnot But we'll we'll do a rhythm of probably at least once a week going in the morning before we drop mica off her daycare to the coffee shop altogether or the Taco shop. And we'll have breakfast together. And it's just like more than that it signifies this like we need to sit down circle at regroup and just connect to improve your ties. That each other in the eye or has micheals running around steel. That thirty or forty five minutes back to say like we're gonNA just pause and eat breakfast. Yeah and talk about what's going on and so and we've also sort of not as diligently faithfully but at the beginning of this year. We started doing what we call the circle up and we kind of outlined a couple of different Categories of things that we're going to talk about and keep track of houses like sort of born out of the concept of New Year's resolutions cut like what are the things that are important to you over the next year. What are the projects that we're GONNA do around our house necessary? You know things like that. What are the fun things that we want to try and put into the next year and so kind of having a touch point on those things and we keep shared note on our iphones? That is that information and it's sometimes it's super simple stuff. Like get a copy get micheals passport or right very almost businesslike. But it's proactive. This you know we need to find X. Or do this thing. And so it's been really helpful in that regard just to have a rhythm of conversation and things were kind of tracking a little bit but also just keeping in our mind in our conversations. Yeah it felt like the intention of that was helpful of like one of the first things you brought up was like. I WANNA make it out to our ranch every like six weeks this year which we haven't done what you had a status to kind of Oak licensee aspirational. This is a priori in in just.

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Qualcomm is at the center of 5G. Were still, almost, there.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:47 min | 1 year ago

Qualcomm is at the center of 5G. Were still, almost, there.

"When it comes to rolling out five G.. There are a lot of moving parts at the heart hearts of the stories. It's qualcomm the company makes wireless chips for your phone and develops and licenses other technology in the wireless industry and it's been pushing five Gerard like future of the business hard but there are aspects of the five G. Rollout qualcomm can't control like how long it takes infrastructure to make it into you every neighborhood in the country. The company is also the subject of an F. T. C. investigation over whether it abused its monopoly. Position in four G.. Technology to charge too much for licensing. It actually settled a long-running lawsuit with apple over the same thing. Last April Cristiano Amman is the president of QUALCOMM. And we spoke about all of this at in Las Vegas starting with the promise of five G.. Basically as you bring the computational power of the cloud cloud all of the data that exists in the cloud to any device and one of the things we said in the very beginning of this transition in the five era era will develop side by side with five G.. Just because you're connected to Clo- you have a lot of data you can apply machine learning tool the data five days also technology that I think we've I've been waiting for right. We've been talking about the promise for a long time consumers. Being consumers people are getting impatient. At what point do you think people are getting frustrated. Or they're gonNA. I say this is all hype and no reality. I agree those things. Take time for you to have all of those benefits technology you have to have coverage infrastructure instructor needs to be built. There is no free lunch unless you have covers. You Not GonNa get there. We have a couple of things that would dealing with as an industry. I I if you look at United States one of the number one obstacles when you talk to operators its ability to get new sites up and they are working working with municipalities one at a time China for example have identified one million sites for five G. until the end of two thousand twenty. It also sounds like five day deployment is really important to your long term business success. I mean is there any world I can just hear the open source community city saying like listen you could potentially make some of this available for everybody to build on to accelerate the ecosystem. Well that's what we do if you were an automaker or if you're an industrial company and let's say you're Bausch and you're making manufacturing robots and you want to add five g you have to build. Put An engineering capability of a Samsung or apple. To be able to deal with this and what qualcomm offers is will provide you a license. Essence would provide you a chipset would provide a reference design. We provide your software. You can easily add seller to your robots industrial machine to your car and if you we don't have a model that is horizontal in creates eco-system. You actually prevent all of those other industries to get access to sell it. They have to build a cellular or phone company to be able to do it. And that is why we think five G. we're going to see an expansion of the licensing model not the other the other direction. Yeah this is a little bit of a left turn but we've been doing a lot of coverage on climate and how technology in the tech industry can help us adapt be more. Resilient may maybe maintain emergency communications. How do you see welcomes role in sustainability and resilience and climate conversation overall? Look I I feel I feel. It's a IT'S A. It's an interesting I agree with you. It's I didn't expect that question but The way the way we think about is I at the very basic. We're a company that developed technology for a battery powered device like we don't have the luxury extre- in into technology that we do to assume that we're going to be plugged into wall so we're probably being br building a lot of efficiency. That's no no Secret why we've been so successful in automotive because as an industry like any all of the industry really try to address How they can be more efficient consume laugh? You will consume less electricity and I think as a general. I think that's one of the things that we contribute. The other thing is by making everything connected it. There is a significant increase in productivity. Even when you think I'm trying to provide more of a vision but we always said that that every year that goes by you do more of your work and your phone And I think that's going to change over time with everything connected enact productivity people will be able to Damore to work at home. They won't be able to connect with other people without having to be there and I think there's a lot of in direct benefits of basically providing technology that allow everything to be connected. I do as long as we're in our awkward questions phase WanNa talk about licensing Because parts of that business model of come under scrutiny qualcomm Ben in a long legal battle with the Federal Federal Trade Commission over whether some of those this licensing agreements have reached monopoly status. Do Plan to approach five licensing any differently in light of those disputes. Look there's so much I can tell you about. You know the dispute. I think other than the public statements were made. Were very pleased and was the right decision. You know for us to be granted at stay and I. I think we're waiting for the appeal. But we can tell you is we. We actually have a very vibrant Licensed business more though. That equi enables competition competition. We're very pleased that we have many companies that sign a five t license with qualcomm independent of the dispute in even post the ruling and That validation that you know we have a competitive business model and actually won the provides growth in competition industry. All right last question because you first joined qualcomm. Welcome in Nineteen Ninety five when the company was just ten years old. And you've left income back since then but I just. I wonder what that journey has been like in this entire ecosystem system. It's an. It's an incredible company. Actually I was fortunate enough to join before the first. CDMA network was able to see. Every single transition of wireless ARLEDGE LENDS EIGHTY FIVE THIRTY ONE G two G to three G. to four G. Five G. so I've been to all of those it's really fascinating to see how seller changed the society. It's one of those few opportunities dead and I think all of our employees feel that you can work on something that you actually no that changed the society and It's also interesting to see that we. We may bet that everybody. In each one of those bats knowing exception told us that's That's not gonNA work or there's no need for this and And we'll we'll be able to see as we state with their vision to transformation and I don't WanNa go back all the way to CMA. But I'll tell you an example when when when we first talk about four g you know it was fascinating to see. All of the analysts on their blackberrys sending emails to each other saying a WHO needs a hundred megabits per phone. Nobody needs it. I have living I need to have my email I have all of the. DSM is good enough for email and blackberrys now and Ns US and now we see people say hi. Paul needs to be connected with the cloud and you know multiple gigabits of Speed Woolsey. Cristiano Amman is the president of QUALCOMM. 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Third person found dead in Woolsey Fire

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Third person found dead in Woolsey Fire

"Three have died in southern California's Woolsey fire, which is fifty two percent contained governor Jerry Brown on the reasons for the increasing number of catastrophic. Fires one thing. It's how people live. It's where they live is the changing climate the drought and the truth is going to be really happy time news, we're gonna have more difficulties.

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Weather menacing for crews battling deadly California wildfires

Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Weather menacing for crews battling deadly California wildfires

"Firefighters in California are up against strong winds and dry conditions as they work to contain deadly wildfires burning across the state, the campfire north of Sacramento has killed twenty nine people and scorched more than one hundred thousand acres farther south in Ventura County. The Woolsey fire has claimed the lives of two people and is forced numerous evacuations California battalion fire chief Matt Spelman says crews are working around the clock to contain the

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Historic California wildfires are out of control

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Historic California wildfires are out of control

"East of Los Angeles two major fires are out of control KNX reporter, Pete Demetrio. You're going to have the Santa Ana wind condition for the next seventy two hours as long as you have these winds as long as you have flames as long as you have fuel it will run and will continue to burn at this location. And I point out this fire's perimeter in edges. What they call the Woolsey fire is roughly one hundred and fifty square miles. That's one third the size of the city of Los Angeles. And the you still got a whole lot of unburned fuel in and around this area that could burn two people have died in the Wolsey fire, which is about ten percent contained.

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Gunman who killed 12 at California bar died from self-inflicted gunshot

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

Gunman who killed 12 at California bar died from self-inflicted gunshot

"An autopsy now confirms how the gunman died. Ian, David long. Died of a self inflicted, gunshot wound. According to Ventura County police citing an autopsy report before he turned the gun on himself, the twenty eight year old ex marine killed twelve others. Many young people attending college night at the country music bar officials have yet to confirm a motive, but believe he targeted the venue sergeant Ron Hillis of the Ventura County sheriff's office was among the first to rush in exchanging gunfire with long now his funeral is set for Thursday. Meantime, the deadly Woolsey fire is still burning in the area in Malibu Pepperdine university. Students were among the hundreds of thousands forced to evacuate some students had fled the borderline bar on Wednesday. Freshman Elena, who's lead did not make it out alive. Amy held NPR news from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I the New York City Veterans Day parade gets

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Hundreds of thousands evacuate as California wildfires turn deadly

The Greg O'Donnell Financial Hour

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Hundreds of thousands evacuate as California wildfires turn deadly

"While correspondent Jim Rupe? Reports firefighters have been trying to contain the deadly blazes nine people have been found dead in the so called camp, fire and Butte county in northern California. The entire town of paradise has been leveled that fires burned through more than one hundred thousand acres destroyed more than sixty seven hundred homes making it the most destructive fire in state history. And in southern California's Woolsey fi, sadly and tragically. I'm reporting today that we have to tallies that occurred in the fire area the cause of death under investigation. Meanwhile,

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How Voice Recognition Is Changing the Way We Do Business

Price of Business Radio

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

How Voice Recognition Is Changing the Way We Do Business

"To the price of business. I'm your host Kevin price about you. And your business bright Alan, he's with his ESO of a penny dot com website is the company. I of course, yes. For artificial intelligence. And he is the man on it comes to that level to do you? You know, there's always a lot of interest. Whatever we promote your content and talk about your content on our local media, which you know, every interview we do we promote on there. And I think a lot of the reason why is because what you do is both aspirational, and inspirational and also a practical stuff to people. Why were they are, you know? And and I think you're kind of like the a pioneer in even current mid mid towards democratization. The media what he talked about a lot and making it more accessible. But you know, that's my Lehman spin on what you do. I always get excited having the on going to a little more about what what you guys are all about. And then kind of lay the stage if you will for our topic today. Sure. So my company is founded and focused on cleaning up the muck in the advertising and media industry. So a lot of focus has been put on fraud in advertising in the media, and I will get fraud a little differently than most people. I think because I see it from the inside. And we classify it I guess like you would classify birds. You've got lots of different types of invalid traffic stomach. That's brought some of that's not thought. But we're we're focused on really eliminated. Invalid traffic from the ecosystem. So the ecosystem compunction that we're doing that with the large partners like Google and Verizon and Amazon and looking at the inner core of the network. I kind of joked what people sometimes and say it's like sitting and looking at the matrix all day long. But it really is. Yep. It's just a ton of data flowing through that we're Gani interpreting, and then putting a value on and that kind of comes back to the topic of today, the power of voice. And you think of the power voice in lots of different areas, where I'm thinking of the power voice is an advertising at this point, and the value of a person's voice. So as we start to dock into Alexa, and Google and a lot of the other mechanisms that are allowing our voice to purchase things to enable things to verify passcodes to operate, basically, everything that we do in our daily life will come down to hands-free at some point. So today this year we're starting to look at advertising changing where we have agencies that are taking on clients. And you know, an agency of records are pretty important thing. That tells everybody, you know, who you work with like WalMart has an agency record and Ford has an agency of record. These guys are starting to look at their agencies a little differently. But this past month, the thirtieth of January. An agency and J P Morgan. Chase got together. So they became JT Morgan chases agency of choice for voice that just threw up a bunch of flags for me. When we when we look at voice as a transaction. I think about my voice and being able to use it for. Like, I said pass codes and activation and verifications. So we're moving away from where I think fingerprints were, you know, a few years ago into the capacity of voice, you everything that we don't get your your voices, a fingerprint, and your voice is a unique fingerprint though, because your voice has multiple characteristics to it. They can be attributed, right? Like, if you're if you're happy your voice has a certain tone to it. If you're stressed your voice has a certain tone to it to aligning, not just your voice and your vocal pattern, but the tones inside of your voice to verify whether you're stressed while you're asking for your Bank account to the Oakland is a significant feature that I think we're just starting to see developed at this point the Woolsey activated across everything we do.

Meghan Markle's Dad Thomas Markle Compares Royal Family to Scientologists

Today

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Meghan Markle's Dad Thomas Markle Compares Royal Family to Scientologists

"The father of the duchess of Sussex. Thomas Markle is again spoken out against the Royal family in an interview with the sun he likens them. To the church of Scientology and the stepford wives accusing them of. Being too secretive speaking from his home in Mexico Mr. Markle tells the. Paper if they, hear anyone say anything they just, lock the doors the paper says Mr. Morton his daughter haven't spoken since the. Day, after her wedding to Prince Harry back in may and he's been met with a wall of silence from Kensington Palace after speaking publicly about

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Skype, Mark Woolsey and Raymond James Financial discussed on Mark Belling

Mark Belling

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Skype, Mark Woolsey and Raymond James Financial discussed on Mark Belling

"Allow users to save messages should they wish to do so Skype is rolling out its new version Skype eight. Point oh it offers free HD video and video conference calls that can bring together. Some two dozen participants the current Skype seven point o. will. Be kaput as of September first and premium features for low price. Phones that's the promise of a new series of chipsets being rolled out by media tech the chips are said to offer an array of different improvements Tech update Mark Woolsey NBC News Radio these offered to Raymond James financial services member. FINRA and SIPC advisory services offered through RJ f. s. investment group is not a. Broker dealer call two six.

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Representative Jason Spencer, NBC and Michael Cohen Brian discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Representative Jason Spencer, NBC and Michael Cohen Brian discussed on Jim Bohannon

"NBC News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield federal prosecutors are in possession of a dozen. Recordings that, were seized from President. Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen Brian shook has details accord appointed official has ruled that the recordings can be reviewed by investigators. Because they are not protected by attorney client privilege one of those tapes reportedly features Trump and Cohen talking about a payment to a former playboy. Model who claimed she had an affair with Trump the. Existence of that tape was made public last week Cohen is under investigation for. Possible Bank, and wire, fraud and campaign finance, violations Brian shook, NBC News Radio and US. Officials say Russian hackers breached networks of utility companies the Wall, Street Journal reports that, a group of Russian state-sponsored hackers known as Dragonfly or energetic beer and. Access to the control rooms of US electric utilities they may have caused blackouts the hacking campaign used spear phishing. Emails to, steal passwords, from. Workers at utility suppliers Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio I told you Your state lawmaker says he won't step down after his controversy appearance. On Showtime's, who is America this. Weekend Mark Woolsey reports state Representative Jason Spencer apologized for what he called a ridiculously ugly episode of South Georgia lawmaker also. Rejected calls to resign saying that since he lost in the may primary he would just serve out the remainder of his term comic Sasha baron. Cohen tricks Spencer on the show telling him that he. Was an Israeli anti-terrorism expert making an anti-terrorist training video he convinced Spencer to. Use the, n. word, repeatedly and barris buttocks, though supposedly being, tactics that would deter the. Bad guys state leaders from the governor on down have condemned, the video Mark Woolsey, NBC News Radio Atlanta thousands of Nike workers are getting raises the company. Told workers and internal memo yesterday that pay hawks are coming for seven thousand Nike employees that's ten percent of. Nike's worldwide, workforce a, spokeswoman. Said the races Wage make sure the companies pay scales competitive the raises will be, paid throughout all areas of the company some Arizona parents are facing, charges after, drugs were found in their, young kids system Jason Cappa Dona has the details fire crews were called to. The north Phoenix home after one of the three kids started acting, strange all three of the boys were eventually rushed to the hospital where emergency crews found that they had meth in, their system, both parents, admitted, to, using meth just days before and were. Taken into police custody the parents are no longer allowed to have contact with their kids who are. Now recovering since the late June incident. Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio Well you're a lot about depression and mothers but a new study suggests many father struggle as well researchers from Indiana. University surveyed a group of parents during their child's well check visit four and a. Half percent of fathers five percent.

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2 children apparent victims of shark attack off Fire Island in New York

Jim Bohannon

02:53 min | 3 years ago

2 children apparent victims of shark attack off Fire Island in New York

"NBC News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield President Trump says he holds Russian President Vladimir Putin responsible for meddling in the two thousand sixteen election while I would because he's in charge. Of the country just like I consider myself to be responsible for things that happened? In. This country so certainly as the leader of a country you would have to hold him responsible yes speaking with CBS news Trump claimed that he was. Very strong on the point of election interference during his one on one summit with Putin this week the president also made it clear that. He does agree with the US intelligence communities conclusion that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen election President Trump was condemned by both sides of the aisle for appearing to side with Putin's claim that Russia had nothing to do with election interference and nearly two dozen soldiers are. Recovering after they were injured when, a, tent collapse. At an army base on the central California coast it happened yesterday at fort hunter Liggett Monterey County your army says a, helicopter coming into land, kicked up a lot of dirt causing attempt to. Collapse injuring twenty two soldiers Mark Mayfield NBC News. Radio President Trump weighs in on the GOP gubernatorial runoff race in Georgia President Trump endorsed. Secretary of state Brian cap and the upcoming July twenty four showdown with Lieutenant governor? Casey. Caygill who won governor Nathan deal endorsement earlier this week Trump tweeted praise for kept for his stances on everything from crime to illegal immigration to the. Second amendment k. Glenn camp are neck and neck and the latest polls the Lieutenant governor's campaign is already reeling from that secret recording controversy. Mark Woolsey NBC News Radio Atlanta New York governor Andrew Cuomo is launching an investigation into reported shark attacks on fire island on Wednesday lifeguard Craig Mirando says it didn't take long to confirm that these were shark attacks because of the the way the bite was the wounds of. The on the leg and of, course, finding that. Shark tooth pretty much confirmed it to beaches have been closed as a precaution Cuomo said he's relieved the team suffered only, minor injuries in the, attack He says state personnel are working closely with Suffolk. County and local officials together more details and keep. The community informed pop, star Katy Perry's talking about meeting with pope Francis during, an interview with vogue Australia Perry talked about what led her, to seek a meeting with the pope last April Perry's. Parents are evangelical however she said she wanted to meet the, pope after attending mass with her mother during the Asian leg of her tour she sat her mom grew up Catholic and watching her sing songs she sang as a. Kid made her cry Perry said pope Francis has a rebel for. Jesus who's, bringing the, church, back, to humility with. Compassion sternness and refusal the old man from pawn stars is cutting his son out, of. His will Richard Harrison died last month at age seventy seven Atra battle with Parkinson's disease the patriarch of the reality TV show originally named his wife and three. Children as benefeciaries, but amenities will last year to exclude his son Christopher that puts his San Rick the star pawn, stars in.

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Steve Keim of Arizona Cardinals suspended after pleading guilty to DUI

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 3 years ago

Steve Keim of Arizona Cardinals suspended after pleading guilty to DUI

"Sports. Studios in Los Angeles Fierce David Gascon cardinals general manager Steve time pleaded. Guilty to extreme DUI his, blood alcohol content according to Chandler police. Departments friends report was point one and nine it's more than double. The amount allowed. In Arizona extreme DUI case it's a class one. Misdemeanor conviction can result thirty days in jail colonels in return have suspended him for five weeks. And also fined him. Two hundred grand me wall Rams wide receiver Brennan. Cooks gets an extension by the club today five years eighty. One million dollars that's according to Albert breer he'll also get, fifty and a half million dollar an injury guarantees twenty and a half. Million dollar fully guaranteed coming his way labor I'm bells agent told the media today Sirius XM that, his client will not be at training. Camp but, we'll be available for week one Randy Gregory the, Dallas Cowboys was reinstated by, the lead today but on a conditional basis he's been suspended, without pay since two thousand seventeen this FOX thirteen weather update and boxer team meteorologist Elizabeth de Amore. Woolsey a few showers and storms to the ED time with..

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China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade

Jim Bohannon

02:40 min | 3 years ago

China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade

"Nbc news radio i'm mark mayfield president trump continues to meet with possible nominees to replace retiring us supreme court justice anthony kennedy brian shook has more trump spoke with three more candidates tuesday but the white house wooden say who they were on monday trump met with four possible nominees including utah republican senator mike lee the president is expected to announce his pick july ninth justice anthony kennedy will officially step down at the end of the month brian shook nbc news radio and there are reports that china is pressing the european union to form an anti us trade alliance but according to reuters news service so far the europeans aren't interested china reportedly suggesting launching a joint action against president trump's trade tariffs at the world trade organization china also offering to open up their markets to eu companies chinese and or facials are scheduled to meet for a trade summit in beijing on july sixteenth and seventeenth mark mayfield nbc news radio oh the senate intelligence committee is supporting the conclusion that russia interfered and the twenty sixteen election the committee released its initial findings on tuesday saying it agrees with the us intelligence community that moscow meddle in the election with the purpose of helping the trump campaign the report agrees with the intelligence communities finding that russian president vladimir putin back the effort to discredit hillary clinton's campaign the senate panel also noted that its investigation into the russian effort is still ongoing special counsel robert muller is investigating russian interference as well as the possibility of any collusion between russia and the trump campaign mark mayfield nbc news radio kevin spacey's facing new allegations at your guy pearce was on an australian talk show yesterday and call spacey slightly difficult to work with saying he was hansie spacey and peers co starred in l a confidential back in the nineties when pierce was in his twenty s spacey was first accused of sexual misconduct by an actor in october who says spacey made sexual advances towards him when he was a teen at a party in the eighties and air force veteran who set himself on fire near the georgia capital in protests at the va has died officials say fifty eight year old john michael watts passed away from burns over as much as ninety percent of his body waffles or say he strapped fireworks and an incendiary device to his body june twentysixth then doused himself with a flammable liquid the explosions came during a news conference happening just one block away fatalities injuries and incidents on a railway wants told bystanders before being rushed to the hospital he was protesting his treatment by the veterans administration system mark woolsey nbc.

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"woolsey" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Four but i usually when that's happening on here romantic basically 'cause i'm using panicky and trying to catch up at just high pay at night i think it wasn't stood around in a big coat saying let's more that well i didn't say anything gets more a cigarette in raided cokes they record snowfall speak we big set and knowing the if the something that you don't look of you can intervene and change it but you also this sort of hanging back in may yourself unpopular if you did exactly you can make but sometimes you kind of have to often logical thing there's often a sort of a work in back mirrow certainly often logical reason why a certain thing must happen muslim happen and so sometimes i think people could do site at that you have to be really and so mark woolsey wouldn't that wouldn't be as point of view because it's not really happening because he's actually a usb that savvy masada that's actually i think you'll find what's going on here so you have to soon to some chicken with actual bilge put about the episodes like what everyone calls the star trek episode yes season four yeah where we sat show that was taking them studios so the face ship was all took him see here so it did get to go i was there i was there quiet freezing cold it was like metronews january that production vans on that were incredibly high.

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"woolsey" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"That's cool to the experiences close to finding empathy full for the heroin you can even say that i think naked horizon zero dawn on you that willingness to go to new places when you're flooring story it's not simply restricted to the the more the smallest dido's to the people willing to be further out there you're seeing these kinds of storytelling moments even in the big franchises on you yeah absolutely nothing it's a sign of how we as an industry growing up to me i've known for many years and he's always wanted to tell these kind of stories always wanted to to have to cause these strong emotions and i think it's important for us to see the strong emotion but also to let people outside of game see what a what a mature of form we all will how we can get these kind of powerful messages across and the gains are great way to tell them to me you've been nominated for the baptist before what is it like for someone who's got to get up old might have to get up and actually except one of these awards womanizing foot of before another was we won quite a few on hell and it is really quite humbling because when you start the game like this an independ video game with a small team about cycles admits illness it useful don't imagine the it would it would end up on on a stage being recipients over woolsey now you also off expect he's just sort of fade into the maelstrom of the multitude of games that are out there so it's it's it does make it worthwhile and it does make you wanna keep taking risks in the future.

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"woolsey" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"Well all right so i've had to put some some things in motion here oh conley chance that the eagles do win the super bowl my gosh i've had to secure some some festivities for mr o'neal here today as we've ever he said he would get feathered if eagles won the super bowl so here's here's the things on the problems i'm running into problem one they will not rent me a dunk tank for a seven foot tall indivitual you're kidding too small the dunk tanks they have they say they've they can't clear him to get into one of those dunk tanks narrowing of their insurance remote now that yard industry and as a sort of road users and force shirt nobu gardermoen modell nope nope here shack when your staff pade's you like wh whether they here's what kind of equipment to them news going on america in anguilla kokomo milk cooking coconut milk of the use of woolsey's a k y jolly well guess what are you don't wanna use the coconut milk because in the manager the phillies gabe kappler the new manager the phillies your he says you're supposed to use coconut oil when you you could say are home alone and you might be pleasure rosy haarmann and ratify sister show he says you only use coconut oil to do that uh this is we've gone into a weird place 100 either of anger heads the steroids any and everything was turned this background our era so now's problem one are solution was you know like those little money machines they have it every step inside the booth and it blows the tickets already money allrounder unlike we'll get one of those we'll put feathers in it and then shack where something that's very small really no money machines are only seven feet tall he'll barely felony counts fail now i know land it's too it does the tube is to tidy really they won't clear me to use it so this is where i am now i'm getting a confetti cannon and i got to fill it with feathers why why why no confetti can if you look at the firm of were offered to do demerged over mood books oh no no no no no no look look toward.

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"woolsey" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer

The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer

"Final team the woolsey category the washington redskins i don't think they're making a change i don't think they're going to eat the three years left on john bruton's kong r j bruins contract i think there are a lot of people in that building who feel like jaeger is done a good job but it's washington so can't rule anything out so that was the six in the wall seek category washington tennessee tampa oakland denver in arizona and finally the as it's complicated category again rabbit flat fire number one the cleveland browns they've already said they're keeping hugh jackson what happens if cincinnati caused a 60 on sixteen change anything they know john doors he's made some calls around the league trying to decide what he's going to do not necessarily the candidates purchase kind of getting an idea of the landscape out there number two houston texans something's going to have to give here i think bill o'brien is going to say i am not going to sign a deal i be stunned if he signed a new deal there without some sort of changing the way that the football operation is set up between scouting and coaching his issues with the gm rick smith are well documented and 2018 as a contract year forum if they aren't comfortable changing the way the football operation is set up and they don't do a new deal a bill o'brien i would expect the teams are going to approach the taxes about acquiring bill o'brien and it'll be interesting to see if they wind up just firing o'brien or trying to get some form number three and this was the new york jets look what he johnson's over in england is the ambassador his brother chris johnson's running the show i think chris johnson has been more level headed in the way that he's run the team i think might be cabinet became bogged in is probably safe i think todd bowles is maybe a little bit more up in the air it'll be interesting to see what happens if an arizona calls and says that we want to bring todd bowles back here as our head coach i think that's the guy that bruce hearings would like to see replace him in arizona so some moving pieces there is that well and i'm going to give you your surprised rush will bring in this one the seattle seahawks has the final one of my we will.

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"woolsey" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"For the still legal and and uh well commercial concerns is who is paying for it and and who takes a while ice i'm terribly sorry that you have our garbage including those diapers i it's it's embarrassing that's you it you're stuck with that so i hope this gets resolved very quickly woolsey lear also looking forward these issues judicial if it east each for their financial concerns age think canada is official they're all this financial expenses for the sake of the the relationship of both all right will leave it there we'll see what happens this acero thanks for speaking with us thank you very much by arlene lucero is the national coordinator of equal waste coalition we reach ring cousin city the philippines you've been listening to the as it happens podcast our show can be heard monday to friday on cbc radio one and siriusxm it can also listen to the whole show on the web this go to cbc dot c a slash a h and follow the links to our online archive thanks for listening and carroll off and i'm geoff douglass for more cbc podcasts go to cbc dot c a podcasts.

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"woolsey" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"It cited former cia director james woolsey saying that he recalled a meeting prior to the election in which this came up and of course the flynn side has denied that that you know michael flynn of course having lost his job for having lied to the vice president amongst others and james woolsey as a former director of the cia i certainly know who i would be likely to believe in that situation michael flynn senior did beat with turkish representatives both before he was named national security adviser any and another meeting after he was formally name national security adviser during the transition before he started this role after the president took office do no congress if those are the only two meetings he had with turkish representatives i don't know and i'm not sure that anybody could no meaning in other it's quite possible that there were other meetings out there that aren't that aren't reported so no idea i don't know what i do know is that meetings at which a non you know before they uh before the president became the president if there was a discussion with turkish government representatives of something like this quite apart from the obvious charge of kidnapping you know we do try in this country to run one government at a time and there have been a number of instances associated with michael flynn where there were discussions or at least alleged discussions with uh with with officials of foreign governments about what might happen next that's that's that's not are not appropriate of course if these discussions happened after donald trump became president wall michael flynn was national security advisor you know this sort of takes me back to the days of oliver north when when uh you know people associated with the white house in the national security council national security adviser were.

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"woolsey" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"James woolsey was apparently unnerved by that meeting among other things because doing stuff like that is illegal but now reuters reports that james woolsey himself the very next day after that meeting he had his own meeting with the turkish businessman who is paying mike flynn and according to reuters woolsey offered his own services to the turks for ten million dollars to mount a lobbying in pr campaign to discredit the same guy who mike flynn apparently discussed kidnapping now according to route reuters says that woolsey a spokesman for woolsey tells reuters that once he had no recollection of proposing this ten million dollars deal but what he did say is that the people who funded mike flynn they're trying to smear jim woolsey look at this quote from the spokesman with growing speculation that indictments could be handed down soon it's not a surprise that others are attempting to accomplish and the press but they can't in the grand jury room so this story about wolsey wanting ten million dollars to from the turks to this story is coming out right now because everybody else is about to be indicted in they're all turning on each other interesting theory we reached out to jim woolsey spokesman today now we asked them to expand on those comments mr woolsey spokesman gave us this statement which is exclusive to us and nbc news quote ambassador wolsey and his wife have been in communication with the fbi regarding the september meeting ambassador wolsey was invited to attend by one of general flynn's business partners ambassador woolsey and his wife have responded to every request weather from the fbi or more recently from the office of the special counsel it's unfortunate yet predictable that in an effort to defend themselves certain individuals have attempted to impugn the woolsey's integrity.

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"woolsey" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"And yet as they stuck together in this really strange situation faced start to find the affection that they had lost and the film itself has a kind of woolsey feel it has a sort of strange i mean the music adds an awful lot to this the way in which the images a photograph has a sort of slightly dreamy slightly between worlds feel and it works this absolutely magical spell that you are completely in trans by the nuances of this relationship and the way in which the film seems to get under the skin of quite profound matters in a matters of life and death matters of knowing where your time has come will maybe not knowing when your time is come on separation from children the way in which parents can be adult parents can be separated from their own parents and also from their own children the way in which the hubbub of normal family life can get in the way of what you would think of as being the really important things i thought it was courtly profound i thought it was very moving very very engaging very funny very charming also he won me over and whilst i was watching is nineteen on minutes long i felt i was in a kind of magical bubble and i you know when cinema works at its best that's what it does it kind of creates thought into the environment in which you be completely give yourself over to the characters and you completely give yourself over to their their relationships and you know i was talking about in the case of rough night saying that the two not a single tangible relationship between any of these people in in the case of hurts us ovation completely the opposite i absolutely believed in in in the krajina missing the awkward this in the difficult missing the cantankerous in this but underneath that in the love the affection the the history and the way in which that history is conveyed through.

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"woolsey" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on Reveal

"Like or woolsey's always tolls don't worry because he's not gonna do anything that in some states if it's happening there are other reasons to return to mexico miguel says his parents are getting older and his father's sick because they entered this country illegally mcgahn louisa haven't been able to visit their parents and get back to wisconsin without risking trouble at the border forms would conduct the truck but enclosures finished it's taken all afternoon for the mental loaded with furniture boxes of closed and kitchen appliances they've tied down the piles to make sure nothing falls out on the thirty seven hour drive to their hometown miguel's brother dhamma so says he and the others watched the news and spanish in it's no secret how wisconsin voted until last november the state hadn't gone for republican since ronald reagan in 1984 macedon mr so little deserving this state right and this is worthy need us the most for the labour it's weird it's difficult the truth is all the spanish people here new the americans here in wisconsin were supporting donald trump europeans execution think they made a mistake because a lot of people are fleeing precisely for that reason can which a hint this tohian but a summoned to put his mm farm owner dead kinapped key has six hundred fifty cows to milk every single day he wonders who's going to do that now when these guys leave at a lower the industry would be right now with all of them it'll lima dug it hoped lawmakers could have made it easier for his employees to stay on the go working visa they'll do it for a ball player though do it for a migrant worker which is seasonal dairy runs not seasonal so that frustrates me.

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"woolsey" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"I don't know it's just a guess but i think that one is going to turn out to be science not sure about the mirror part but woolsey and then about the planet new planet yet another planet 60 a eu away from the sun and between the massive marcin the earth now or we we already know that liu there is very likely a planet well beyond pluto that we have not honed in on yet so this would be another planet in addition to that planet hence the way you were the foundations for yet another planet 60aua that is far massive mars in the earth it is possible i'm not don't think i'm going to buy this one because well i'm going to say that this is something that i don't think would have escape me in recent months it's news i would have read 'causei look for these kinds of things i have always anytime see xl planet or any time i see new plan ithat'siti stop click for me and i didn't see anything about it so that's kind of wine leaning on that one is as the fiction and then the last one about co 2 directly into a form of coal the reason i don't think this one is fiction is it because i heard of scientists trying to turn co two or convert co 2 directly into several different things of some sort of liquid form a another article i read earlier in the year had a some countries working on turning it into a powder like almost like a baking soda or something like that so it directly into a form of choline i don't think that's implausible at least the uh that they found a way to do it um so i think it's the planet that's all i'm left with unbalanced the fiction.

marcin woolsey
"woolsey" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"woolsey" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"So eight the memories that it brought back were baying forced underwater in a similar poll being forced to breathe in this sticky liquid in this poll the tara as the liquid went up into her nose and down into her throat and into her lungs and the whole time she was in this poll there was an underwater light that was watching her testing her she said that pool that pulled from the abduction was about three times the size of the community pool from childhood it was black the liquid was clear but the bottom and sods of the poll were black making the cleal booed fake liquid appear black as well and all that showed was these lights rows of big round glowing lots under the black water and she stopped describing these memories and this was wasn't wanted doctrines as multiple experiences where she wasn't alone in the pole there were many kids a different ages standing around the sides and wanted a time they were forced to jump in it sounds like it's infectioncontrol something woolsey said sunday some thing months she it was her turned to jump in softening would force her head down into this clear liquid mercer until she couldn't breathe anymore and in this blind panic she would earth breathe in the liquid it would go into her long's and she would open our eyes and see this light this giant round light staring at her and she would breathe the fluid to the fact that you're saying it's the law at the the terminology she's using staring at her does that mean that this i'm intelligence behind it while eventually she describes the slot as being like.

woolsey