35 Burst results for "ZOE"

ZoidPay to Revolutionize the Web 3.0 Landscape with $75M Investment Commitment from GEM Digital

Bitcoin PR Buzz

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

ZoidPay to Revolutionize the Web 3.0 Landscape with $75M Investment Commitment from GEM Digital

"7 p.m. Thursday, November 3rd, 2022. Zoid paid to revolutionize the web 3.0 landscape with $75 million investment commitment from GE M digital. Press release a 75 M financial commitment is set to establish Zoe pay as they go to open architecture for building the next generation of web 3.0 financial services. November 3rd, 2022, Bucharest, Romania zoid pay, the leading web 3.0 architecture provider, has secured an investment commitment of 75 M from digital asset investment from GE M digital limited. The post zoi paid to revolutionize the web 3.0 landscape with 75 M investment commitment from GEM digital appeared first on Bitcoin PR buzz. Bitcoin PR buzz world's first crypto PR agency with 9 years, 900 clients, 1500 press releases.

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Every Mainstream Sunday Show Wants to See Trump Indicted

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Every Mainstream Sunday Show Wants to See Trump Indicted

"Every Sunday show every virtually website Every event is about Trump Every one of them Every one of them And even more than that they're all pushing to get him indicted All of them you have even a very rarely watch show called firing line they stole the title from Bill Buckley With a yenta who runs a thing Hoover her grandfather a great grandfather was Herbert Hoover so she's qualified And former attorney general Bill Barr is on there Now why do you think he's on there Does anybody really care what he has to say No Nobody cares what Bill Barr has to say but they know what he's going to say about Donald Trump And Bill Barr is very very angry So he wants to see Donald Trump in federal prison Think about that Think about that And so they think that by bringing him on that will resonate with the bureaucrats over the Department of Justice because after all he ran that place twice Then over on deface the nation we have Zoe lofgren Remember her Very pretty lady that's so from saint Jose California And she says we're going to release all the evidence the J 6 committee It's going to show that Trump was the center of the overthrow of the government

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"It. That's it. And I'm saying this because I've needed to do the same, right? If it's a bad day, I've needed to redirect either depending on what's happening, either my mom or I redirect my daughter and I completely remove her, you know? We'll go for a walk. We'll go for a job. Whatever it is, we'll go home, whatever. I definitely make sure that I guard her, yeah. Do you explain to her like, oh, grandma's having a bad day, we need to go home or walk or drive or whatever. Lightly, lightly, because as you mentioned, every stage has age appropriate language and conversation. So at that moment, I may say, hey, you know what? Grandma's not feeling well or grandma's just having a bad day. Maybe she'll tear up later, you know? I just say, I keep it very light. Very, very light. So that way she won't feel old grandma's mad at her. You know? Makes sense. Yeah. And it's age appropriate and if you make a big deal about having to remove Zoe from grandma's presence because grandma's having hard time, then the next time it's just, you know, it's almost builds on the negativity instead of like, oh, okay, well grandma's not feeling so well. So we're gonna go home and hopefully she'll be feeling better later. Okay, you know, that just seems like almost like exhaling like, okay, well, that's the way it is and if you stay calm and just handle it, yeah, I can see that being super super beneficial for everybody. You know, but like I was really surprised my mom could not tolerate I had that same problem yesterday and I was recording door slammed the landscaper showed up. It's like noise everywhere. But here we go. Sorry about that. Yeah, fresh air comes with noise, unfortunately. Yes. Anyway. So there was one afternoon I was visiting with my mom in the memory care residents and this other family was visiting and they had I swear if he was too, I'd be surprised this little guy was pretty little. And you know, toddlers are loud. You could hear this kid all over the plucking. And I thought, oh boy, my mom is gonna, 'cause she just could not tune out noise, and I've just actually recently learned that her complaints about noise

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"I don't know what like April and the early May look like. I think they just probably kept visitors out as much as possible. Right. But yeah, I was just hoping we've learned some things and we can make better choices if this ever happens again, which I hope it does. Let's not speak of that. Let's not even toy with it. Now every time, yeah, every time they say, oh, you know, climate change, we could have more pandemics. It's like shut up. Yeah. I want to read that. The climate. I remember hearing about that when I was much younger and at that time, I didn't really take it for, you know, take it seriously. I just thought it was just a small group of people who were very, very passionate, let's say, but you're right, there's hopefully there's not too much of that to come too many of these changes. Hopefully we'll be able to be proactive and make some changes soon. Definitely. Yeah. So speaking of being proactive and you've written this beautiful book for its four kids, is your daughter's name Zoe. I can't remember from our previous conversation. No, her name is zuri, Missouri. But it's one of those things I chose Zoe because I felt maybe she's gonna get sick of me talking about this down the road. So let me just save her. From all of that and name the character something close to her. But yeah, she definitely is the person who's inspired the character who the character looks like. So tell us about, you know, she's almost three. When we're recording this, what is her interactions with her grandmother like? I mean, I like my daughter's 30, so. I don't have, I don't have any of my niece and nephew were tween and teen. So I didn't have any. I have not. Obviously, not having a brain.

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"I don't know what like April and the early May look like. I think they just probably kept visitors out as much as possible. Right. But yeah, I was just hoping we've learned some things and we can make better choices if this ever happens again, which I hope it does. Let's not speak of that. Let's not even toy with it. Now every time, yeah, every time they say, oh, you know, climate change, we could have more pandemics. It's like shut up. Yeah. I want to read that. The climate. I remember hearing about that when I was much younger and at that time, I didn't really take it for, you know, take it seriously. I just thought it was just a small group of people who were very, very passionate, let's say, but you're right, there's hopefully there's not too much of that to come too many of these changes. Hopefully we'll be able to be proactive and make some changes soon. Definitely. Yeah. So speaking of being proactive and you've written this beautiful book for its four kids, is your daughter's name Zoe. I can't remember from our previous conversation. No, her name is zuri, Missouri. But it's one of those things I chose Zoe because I felt maybe she's gonna get sick of me talking about this down the road. So let me just save her. From all of that and name the character something close to her. But yeah, she definitely is the person who's inspired the character who the character looks like. So tell us about, you know, she's almost three. When we're recording this, what is her interactions with her grandmother like? I mean, I like my daughter's 30, so. I don't have, I don't have any of my niece and nephew were tween and teen. So I didn't have any. I have not. Obviously, not having a brain.

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Once again, thanks for joining me fading memories listeners. I have a fantastic guest for you today. I have baleen Campbell. She is the author of the amazing Zoe and grandma's memory box amongst some other books that we might mention today. So thanks for joining me valine. Hi there, Jennifer. Thanks for having me today. Such a pleasure to be here. So tell us about yourself and how you ended up writing a children's book that's based on Alzheimer's and dimension or grandparents with that affliction. Yes, sure. Well, I'm based out of Toronto, Canada. That's, let's start there. My professional background, I went to school to become a physical therapist. So I've been in rehabilitation for some years now, many, many years. I almost forget how time is flying, but yeah, it's been almost 20 years now. Oh my. Yeah. And then I ended up in 2020. I mean, we all know what was happening in the world. It's just one of those years it's going to be forever stamped in our minds. Of course, we had the pandemic and then of course the world turned upside down because of the murder of George Floyd. So it also what was happening in my world at the time I was off of work because of maternity leave. I ended up having my little girl just perhaps middle of 2019 here in Canada. We have one year of maternity leave. So I was still on maternity leave at the beginning of the pandemic. And I just felt I needed to do something creative, it's wonderful raising a little girl or raising a little one. But at the same time, I felt I need to return to myself somehow. So I sat down one day and I penned my first book of the series. It's called the amazing Zoe defeats the germy germlines. And by that title, I'm sure you can gather that it was a little bit about the pandemic at the time, mainly hand washing, but also I wanted to focus on the importance of diversity in literature. So I had the character. I developed the character who is a lead character who looks like me. She's a little black girl, girl of color.

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The Men Who Can Put Trump Away Need to Back the Women Charging Him

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

The Men Who Can Put Trump Away Need to Back the Women Charging Him

"Put on the legal analyst hat and then we understand there's that we need to do this in the appropriate way and that's where I'm saying you got to come at this guy from all vectors. And the things that people are doing, some people, at least, are completely appropriate. The Tisch James lawsuit completely appropriate. The January 6th committee has been completely on point to this point and I expect this week to be even more even more interesting, right? There are law enforcement officials who are doing what needs to be done, it's just I don't want to make it as it's not as simple as this, but it's just like it's the women who are doing it. It's like the guys who are letting us down, right? Like when it comes to actual prosecution and actual jail time, it's not up to tish James. It's up to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, who seems to be afraid of Donald Trump. That's the best. That's the nicest way I can put it. Right? We did seem to wake him from his nap. Welcome from his nap though, right? He was like, what? Oh, no, I'm working. I'm totally doing something though. He's not. He's not, he should have been with Tisch James when she is leaning out civil charges. He should have been laying out criminal charges at the same time, but he's trying to get away. He's trying to avoid taking on the big bear, right? Yeah. We don't need just Zoe lofgren and Liz Cheney on the January 6th committee who are doing great. And we need Merrick Garland. Yeah. We don't need basically at this point Cassidy Hutchinson to have the biggest cajones in Washington, D.C., we need Merrick Garland to back her up at some point. So at some point you got the people with the power to put this man in jail, have to step up to the plate. The people with the power to charge him civilly to explain the nature of his many, many, many, many crimes. They seem to be on the wall and doing the job.

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Glenn Kirschner Will Risk Trump's Threats to Defend Democracy

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:01 min | 2 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Will Risk Trump's Threats to Defend Democracy

"Started? What are we running for? Let's do this. Yes, when I say I can't run for office because I can't fundraise. I'm not looking to get a rise out of people who are like, will help you. You know, I created a 501c3 nonprofit national homicide families went through the IRS process that was not fun, but we got our approval. And then I went on exactly one fundraising call and it made me want to hurl and I realized I can't ask people for money even for really worthy causes. I was a public servant step for more than 30 years and I never had to ask one person for $1 in order for me to be a public servant. I can't start now by saying I want to run for office and be a public servant. So money, money, money, money, money, not in my DNA, unfortunately. Yeah. Well, that doesn't mean you still can't be appointed. What am I looking for? Oh, attorney general. Yeah. Okay, I'm just saying, that's not running. Okay, you were the, one of the many of us who you tweeted. So Donnie soprano and the boys got together at the bottom being golf club to sort through some problems. I mean, between this Sopranos scene on the golf course with no golfing going on. And this latest threat, he just said, what did he say? I think there's going to be a big trouble if I'm indicted. I mean, how much more explicit a threat of inciting violence could there be? Yeah, it'll be big trouble and boy will it be good trouble. And it's precisely the kind of trouble this country needs. We can not decline to charge somebody for their crime stuff for fear of how that person's associates or supporters will react. If that impacts our decision, who to indict, then the rule of law is truly dead. Let him threaten violence. Let Lindsey Graham threaten that there will be protests and there will be riots fine. Bring it on because some things are worth fighting for like the rule of law and the future of our democracy. Yep, absolutely. Finally, you tweeted our team justice members have been sending me pictures they took while attending Saturday night's event in D.C.. It was such a pleasure and a privilege to get to share the stage with Stephanie Miller and representative Raskin to share the legal issues of the day in our fight for justice. You just posted a clip of you and Jamie Raskin and we were, what I didn't get a chance to watch it yet, 'cause there was so much good stuff that happened. What was that particular exchange? Do you remember? Yeah, so that clip you and I and representative Raskin were talking about basically the deep injustice that's at play in America right now where the people that Donald Trump lied to and used that lie to urge them to attack the capitol. Those people are going to prison because they obey Donald Trump's commands and they fell for his lies. Donald Trump, the person who is most criminally responsible for the capital attack has a teen time later today. That's a deep injustice that needs to be remedied right now because we add on top of that stuff. The classified documents crimes at Mar-a-Lago, Trump had top secret materials national defense information, which is why this is an espionage act crime being investigated. And information about the nuclear capabilities and defenses of foreign countries and he has not been arrested by the Department of Justice for committing all of those most dangerous crimes that undermines the confidence in our federal government and in our rule of law. These things must be made right by the Department of Justice, not rocket science, just good government. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I feel like what happens is we get overwhelmed. I think you and Jamie were talking about that Saturday night that, you know, in all of this new espionage stuff, you're like, Jamie's over there going, wait a minute. What about our crimes? What about the overthrow of the government in January 6th? I mean, and speaking of which, I mean, there are going to be starting again, obviously the J 6 committee wanted to ask you finally, what did you think of a lot of people speculating on what Zoe lofgren meant and also many Thompson, do you feel like they're saying they have recovered the missing Secret Service tax? Yeah, and I don't think they were ever missing in the first place. Let's just say they were, they were perhaps misplaced or mistaken about them all being permanently deleted or purged. So they clearly have lots and lots of text messages now. So the next logical question beyond what do they tell us about what the Secret Service and Mike Pence and Donald Trump and Mark Meadows were doing on January 5th and 6th and 7th. But why did the machinery of the Secret Service and DHS at least the former leadership of DHS try to lie about it and keep them from being viewed by Congress and inferentially the Department of Justice? That is the next investigative lead. They're going to have to follow. All right, you heard him. Starve stage screen. And LA sexy liberal. Go to sex in the world dot com. Thank you, honey. See you next week. Thanks, Seth. Obviously. I love you

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zoe1 - burst 16

hacker1337

08:54 min | 3 months ago

zoe1 - burst 16

"Single thing that was successful. But I loved this one and I pushed it, by the way. It's at 7 7 8. Where was it last 7, 8, two? That means that of the people who watched it and voted the total is negative four. That is insane. That people are still watching this stupid piece of shit. Footage of like me failing to do what I intended because an earthquake happened. And that's not even part of the video. Nobody knows how it happened. What was the thing at the end radar or something? Right? Like, what the fuck was that? It's just something I am super implanted onto the TV set. I thought it was, I didn't really spend that much. What is the curse this video? In my mind that how much time do I really want to spend on this? And if I feel like more, I want to get that I know I need to stop now. Or I'll never do it. But Chris Boyle over is obviously perfect. Okay. What is the, what is this Reddit for, though? It's for cursed videos, but what are those? Is there a synopsis of what that is? It's just like weird place where it's really easy for the bots to object to anything. If you want to go to the format, take stuff that's familiar and doesn't threaten anybody and put some cool white text over it and what's the most obvious song tonight? Like some stupid, obviously Kurtz song, or he makes me fucking badass like this, that fucking destroys the whole late little mod premise. Do you get what I'm saying? It's a game played against the worst moms. I guess, but that seems a futile because it's not like they're going to understand they're going to think. It's been on the front page of courage videos for 6 months and they get to do a fucking name at it. Wow, can't they take it down if they wanted to? Nope, they tried day one. They hit them too hard emotionally. They made a reaction before they had a case. They're fucked. Okay. Wow. That's how the cookie crumbles. To get video. It is. I actually haven't watched it. It's a long time until right now. 42 seconds. That's too long. I want to watch it. I did want to be. I like that it was 42 seconds. Thank you. Obviously not intentional. So I set up this weird thing, I had my friend set up a weird Rube Goldberg thing. You can see all the pieces. I did not tell her to put the fucking boiling water on the floor. I have no idea. What the hell is she doing with boiling water on the floor? No idea. Yeah, that's weird because I definitely assumed that was part of that. The clothespins were supposed to fall onto the ladder. And you can kind of see where it goes from there, except just remember the water is not supposed to be there. I don't know. And immediately, once the footage is there, I'm like, okay, this is actually perfect as it is, forget everything else. And never tell me why yeah, you're better off not knowing. I mean, I did write something in that message. Are you trying to electrocute yourself? Don't tell me. Well, now, there's just a pot. Right? And it becomes the focus of the entire thing. Like the whole time, as it's like looking at the other side, it's like, wait, what was that? Why would there possibly which makes it cursed, right? It makes it feel really cursed because it's like, oh, here's the thing, and then also, I did happen to rig the startup of this so that there's like this black smoke that's almost undetectable coming from underneath the door, and then we go to the oh wait, there's the earthquake. The whole thing it feels cursed to be by now, of course. Check one, can I ever hear me? Hello. I might suck toes Joe has his hand up. That's so weird. You can say what you want to say. What do you mean it's so weird by my hand? I just want to be polite. I got a new headset. I don't know if it sounds better. My voice or whatever. Sounds pretty awesome. I'm trying to watch you. Can you just turn down the background sound? It's like extremely annoying and obnoxious, but I feel like you're aware of that. You see, like, what is the difference, really? Between something like that. And the mod saying on Reddit, I'm taking your video link. No, this is loud. I'm being louder. I'm louder. Yeah. Internet. Yeah. Yeah, I don't know, sometimes. Tell us the truth about something. Did you just say DuckTales, Zoe? What the? By fist like a hurricane trading crypto. You'll have that consent. I would love to see that. Yeah, that's embarrassing. I'll put the link. Rube Goldberg. That was my best idea at the time. Was it root machine? This is one of the first videos. That is Japanese girl keeps on the floor outdid me. I didn't sing it. I wrote the song, but I paid a guy on Fiverr like 5 books to make a recording. Yeah, that's against the rules. No, you can't, you can't have good, you can't do good. You can't do any production. You just have to find out. But the guy did a great job on the recording and he had this thing. I'm not a pretty tone deaf. I have to it's my old Google account. And then he came to us. Well, I had to sign into it all. I mean, my thingy there, like, can you imagine someone suggesting, well, that's another cursed video. It's like, it's like, why? Why would that be? Even if you kind of feel that way, why would it be important enough to you? That's not

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.

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Why Do We Think Our Kids Need College?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 6 months ago

Why Do We Think Our Kids Need College?

"How do we take a stand for not vaccinated? I don't want to be. I'm not taking the job. I don't want to take the job. But I do, my husband says, screw it. We're done with school. She doesn't need school. She's a go getter. She can do it all day long on her own. I'm kind of like, she needs an education. But there's a struggle here because young people can't go to school if they give in to the jab or the boosters or all of that. So what are we doing as parents to great question? Can I ask you a question? So why do you think she needs to go to college? Well, she probably, okay. Let me just say this. My husband went to college for three days. And when he found out they didn't take role, he's like, I'm out of here. He's a self made millionaire. He's worked his ass off his whole life. Zoe has the exact same she's just like that, so I get it. I guess sometimes I just think and I might get booed here, but I do think that women are overlooked because we don't have enough credentials. We haven't gotten up to this area in the workforce, so we are overlooked. So my thing to her is like, girl, get out there and get as many things as you can under your belt and with you as a tool in a strategy so that you can go out and that's actually that's the best answer I've ever. That's the best answer. I totally disagree, but that's actually the best answer. I've ever heard. I want to not because your intense is right, which is that it's a tough world, and I want my child to be able to at least have the credentials, right? And you answered it correctly, which is you didn't say that college is going to make her smarter or wiser. It was just going to be like, you know, we need the boxes checked. So look, I never tell people what to do in their own personal decisions because there's multiple millions of factors of micro decisions that I'm not able to kind of see into. But I'll just kind of give you some kind of general wisdom, which is outside of a couple of colleges in America. I think college is a colossal waste of time. I really do. And so now let me clarify. If you want to be an engineer, a lawyer or a doctor, then I think there's a path for that. But a vast majority of people that go to college go to study the humanities or they go for a communications degree. And all that, I'm not trying to insult you if you're studying those things, by the way. You were just told to go get a piece of paper and borrow a bunch of money you don't have to study things that don't matter to find jobs that don't exist. And that cycle

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Trump Proofing the Presidency With Comedian Hal Sparks

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | 6 months ago

Trump Proofing the Presidency With Comedian Hal Sparks

"Well, it's interesting. I want to get your take out. I mean, we talked about this Trump proofing the presidency. Jamie Raskin is pushed colleagues on the House select committee to ditch the Electoral College to protect future presidential elections against the subversion that Trump and his allies tried to pull off in 2020. Adam Schiff has indicated his agreement, but is more focused on reforming the electoral count act, which dictates the timeline for states to appoint electors and for them to subsequently cast their presidential votes, Liz Cheney and Zoe lofgren are also working on that. But I mean, if they had done their job and impeached him so he couldn't run again, but because they didn't do that, right? And remember Mitch McConnell said, you're having gotten away with anything. Yeah. There are courts. I mean, they're hoping they keep punting it going, well, we can't do it. Because the crazy Trump voters, but the DoJ, I mean, basically Mitch McConnell said, the DoJ should do it. He hasn't gotten away with anything. That's what we have criminal courts for. Oh no, not impeachment. And now here's one. Here's one thing that could solve a lot of this, whatever. Pass a law that gives it automatically 5 years in jail if you fraudulently vote on purpose and ten years if you deny someone their vote. Per charge, individual. If you stop anyone from voting or limit their ability to vote, artificially willfully and knowingly by brooming them from the electoral rolls or any of that kind of stuff, every person you do that to automatic ten years. And, you know, Trump was going to do it about monuments about statues automatic ten years if you wreck a statue will wrecking someone's right to vote in the greatest democracy on the planet, arguably would be something that would matter on that same scale. And I think it's one of those things where Republicans would have a hard time. They'd vote against it. The freedom caucus would vote against it. All these people would freak out because they know that they're the ones actually committing the fraud every time it's found. You find Republicans at the

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Did Channing Tatum Fire Thandiwe Newton?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:47 min | 8 months ago

Did Channing Tatum Fire Thandiwe Newton?

"The other day we learned that Tandy Newton had made the difficult decision to step away from starring in magic Mike's last dance that promising new drama, the third in the franchise of hit movies that's going to be just ridiculous, she stepped away. Well, as I told you, Channing Tatum fired her as the star and producer of the movie. They've got Salma Hayek coming in to replace it. They've got to they've got to redo 11 days of shooting the Tandy was in for now various publications have reported that Channing Tatum fired Tandy. And by the way, just so you know, I don't know when this began, but when Tandy Newton first came out, her name was spelled TH and E they've from a W in there, guys. Now her name is TH AND. Nobody knows why. Nobody remembers why this happened when it happened, but apparently there's a W there. And we don't know what it means. But let's just go on with this pretentious bullshit. So the initial story was Channing Tatum fired her after an argument over the slap at the Oscars and the discussion got out of hand and apparently Tandy sided with Will Smith Channing Tatum and his girlfriend Zoë Kravitz are a big Chris Rock fans and they side with him. It got loud. And it got nasty and Channing was like, I can't work with her. I think there's more to it than that, but that was the straw that broke the camel's back.

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"zoe" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"zoe" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"So this sent me inwardly spiraling in a panic that a, my dog would die and B this would lead to a horrible fight that would ruin the weekend and maybe the relationship. It was all I could do to not start crying and over apologizing immediately. Broward his phone to call the night manager who wasn't picking up so I then began calling all of the property in the area that is particular rental agency also owned. There was one door in the unit that was a 100% class and my poor lonely, anxiety prone dog was just standing, staring at me the whole time I was on the phone. I think what was going through her head was mom, mom, mom, mom. Please don't leave me here alone, mom. I finally got in touch with someone helpful, who said they'd send someone over. I went to tell my boyfriend the good news, but when I walked into the garage, I saw him holding a hunting knife and a gift card standing next to the open door. My eagle scout cool as a cucumber boyfriend, had simply examined the door and noticed it would be super easy to open from the outside. I had to call the helpful woman back and pretend like I realized I had a key and that we totally hadn't just broken into their condo. That incident wasn't the only misadventure of the weekend, but we handled everything that happened as a team, which was new and healing for me. I'm still dating this man, and I love him more every day. So great. So great. I thought that was going to take a turn for the worse. You went in there and your boyfriend's got a hunting knife. I was like, oh, this is not good. You know, all those positive stories where you come upon someone holding a hunting knife. But thank you for that. And thank you. Everybody that filled out the surveys. Thanks to Zoe for a really great conversation and all the work that she's doing for comedians in need and if you're out there and you're struggling, just never forget that you are you're not alone. And thanks for listening. Everybody I know is bizarrely beautiful. Everybody I know is already beautifully fucked up in some weird way. Beautiful.

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"zoe" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You just want to know the rough idea of the lightbulb was on for about four hours. And that's the average that it's been rolling so far for the past year. So you could see an anomaly if your lightbulb is on for 400 hours in a single month. And that's something that we definitely help people with, and especially are actually larger at scale customers because they are definitely producing petabytes of data and they do not want to store and pay for all that storage of a lot of it because they're just monitoring things. They just need the real-time data and then the old data can kind of disappear or recently we are also rolling out the ability to I'm going to call it storing it deeper, like storing it in a way that's more compressed. So you can't get it as easy, but you can get it if you really need it. Very interesting. From that, do you see any, I don't know archival policies kind of arising? Are there best practices or standards people should follow in setting these sorts of parameters? Yeah, definitely. I find on our free tier at least, we give you a 30 day retention policy, which is enough for I would say most, you know, at home projects or small projects. And then with our customers, I know we specifically work with them with our support team to make sure that they are deleting the data they don't want so they don't have to store it or like I said soon, I think we'll be able to start archiving it as well. Are there any other specifics you really want to tell people who are interested in getting started with influx TV? I would say one big specific is definitely look over the blogs, the examples. I can assure you that your most likely your use case is not new. Someone's probably done it. Even if it's a scrappy project to a large company, we probably have an example of somebody they're doing something very similar or the exact same thing. And that's not a bad thing either. It's great because you can either pick up where they have or you can learn something new or learn from their mistakes as it comes with blogs and such. And we've covered a lot of these, but I'm curious if there are any other interesting or quirky use cases that people might not expect. Any templates that'd be interesting to explore there. I guess one slightly quirky use case that I've always liked or actually I'll have two quirky use cases for this is one of our clients is using us to monitor plants at scale. I always joke that they were the original plant buddy. And with theirs, they are actually monitoring living plant walls. So if you've ever been in a fancy office or fancy building some of them have those giant walls with plants all over them. And those plants actually require a lot of attention. They're not so simple to take care of in their actually probably grouchy. And so they actually have an app where you can monitor the plant's health and all of their data is aggregated through influx to help people monitor. They also mainly work in golf courses, but I'm not as thrilled about a golf course as I am about a living wall. So I always think that one's more interesting. And then another use case as well is we're also being used by a client in New York who's growing plants inside. So I'm sure you've probably seen this before of the indoor gardens, like obviously gardens at scale, like they're growing, you know, hundreds of lettuce heads or whatever in the purple lighting is above them. Well, again, all of those lettuces need to be monitored. You don't want to waste fertilizers, chemicals, water. So all of that system is also being monitored as well. Zoe, can you share anything with the listeners about maybe recent releases or what's on the road map? Yeah, so one of the recent tools that we've added, which I am super, super excited about is our new tool. So you can actually connect influx DB and more importantly, you can write and run your flex queries inside of VSCode. And as a developer, I like to be able to do everything in my IDE. I don't know, I just like to be in that space. If you tell me that a VSCode tool will help me save 5 minutes, I probably already have it downloaded and that kind of person. But this tool is so great because you can actually see after you run the flux query, you can see the data format. You can see the table with your data that's going to be returned from that query, which makes it so much easier to test and it makes it so much easier to actually start working with that data. Because sometimes, I'm not going to lie. Sometimes it can be kind of frustrating when you're pulling data out and you kind of have to somewhat sometimes guess what it's going to look like or you have to look at the JSON that's coming back to you and you have to look for very specific lines and with this is just so much easier. It's a great solution for devs. And another thing that we've been also working on recently is making improvements to our notebooks interface, which are notebooks is very much geared towards not the single developer, but a group of people working together, coworkers, Friends, a group of people. And with that, it makes collaborating a lot easier. We've recently been adding annotations so you can actually put a little annotate on your graphs and be like, hey, this is a note of an issue or this looks weird. We should look into this later. You can just leave a little note on the graphing on the UI to just so then your coworkers can see it later. Very cool. Well, for a developer who thinks this might be a great fit for a project they're starting up. What's the best place to go online.

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"zoe" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"Zoe. Thank you so much for being here and daikin out with us today. How are you. I am so psyched to be here. Yes it's a big day. Yeah it's day. This is the canadian pub day. And it's coming up on september fourteenth in america so a pretty psyched about that. Yes and the update of what exactly tell our listeners. What book they'll be buying soon. So the book is called the spectacular. It's a novel it's And there's a lot of in it like Yes yes i have to say. This is the first book of yours that i read but i now need to read more. You are such a phenomenal writer. I felt like i was reading like memoirs of different people like these characters feel so real and writing is it's so on point and the stories you tell and the themes and the topics you cover. Do you wanna tell everybody what it's about but it's just so good and i just have to say. Read it for yourself but we'll give your pitch. It's kind of a hard book to give an elevator pitch forego so right guess. There are three narrators. Three different time periods but basically it's about saxon autonomy and reproductive freedoms and motherhood and sort of came to be because i spent the last fifteen years now almost will really about a decade everyday waking up and being like should. I have a kid and my ex. My ex wife didn't want to have kids and we were together for most of my thirties and it was a big thing and then by boyfriend after that already had kids and it was never the right time and money and so everyday i was like should i or should i should. I should nice and then so through the characters in this book i sort of gave them all different moments in their lives where they were debating it trying to avoid at all costs really wanting it all kind of different emotional realities of of making that decision especially since like people..

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Art and Climate Fatigue

Think: Sustainability

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Art and Climate Fatigue

"My name's zoe set a kiss ski. And i'm a senior electra. At the school of design at ut and a lot of my research is around how we can visually communicate ecological issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in a way that engages people in mexican think about action that they can take and ways that we could adapt to live differently for a more sustainable future. So what is comet fatigue. And why don't we feel it. Yeah climate fatigue and eko anxiety. This lots of tomes for these things And it's it's very real. I mean i feel a sense of grief and anxiety often in the research that i do But i think what's really important is starting to accept and engage with those feelings and not hide behind them feeling the feelings it seems straightforward but when we're experiencing such lodge ecological shifts at a rapid right. Zoe explains that. We must reckon with the inevitable. Greif of that experience in order to create change. One of the. I guess the the incredible moments for me. We call it a disorienting dilemma was. When i'd been overseas i was on a research trip overseas in november twenty nine and so i actually missed the start of the those horrific bushfires that blackened seve knee and i arrived at after a month of being away and as the plane flew into sydney. I just saw the red sun that you could barely see through. And i felt broken because i was homesick. Can i was ready to come home. But i flew into a home that i no longer recognized. There's a term for the switches. Solis style and it's a feeling of homesickness for a place that you a still with eaton

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"zoe" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on LadyGang

"Lady gang. Our guest today is the goat of fashion. And she's the woman who invented celebrity stylists from two thousand eight thousand thirteen. She starred in her own tv show and then launched her uber successful zoa report until it was acquired because acquired getting acquired means. You're extra boss she does. She does clubbing. If you've ever worn a loose summer dress with a big earrings and a necklace. Then you were influenced directly by her. Because she invented boho chic. She's an investor. And she recently rebound. Bree branded her insanely successful box. Stop to cure a tour which alexa lifestyle membership with exclusive access. Shopping weren't talk more about that. But most importantly she's a mama two a wi fi of the iconic roger. She also hosts a podcast works for us that we were just on. Please welcome to the show. Rachel wearing a rich lady caftans zone. Thanks rich lady kaftan. Listen i. I'm pretty sure that like since since june. I'm pretty sure probably weren't a cop ten. I think i think almost every day of some sort for from beginning of june. It's like a problem for really work. Sunnyvale it's easy and comfortable. I commend pajamas. This question for you. When you set out i mean i for me. You're the first person that ever was like famous for being a celebrity style. I'm sure there were people before you but like blazing a trail and being that person like how did you figure out what to do. You know it's interesting. I just was interviewed about sort of that. This sort of start of celebrity styling and they were like well. Who who are you looking to. And i was like i actually didn't know what a stylist was. The only the only person i knew of that was like i didn't know it was called styling but i guess creating fashion imagery with photographer and model was grace coddington who is still like the legend of legends of legends. But i didn't know ever that this job did exist or could exist so to be honest i was doing it really on my sort of light gut and just following what i loved and i started as a fashion assistant in like with that i was working models but then i started working with celebrities and at the time. It was like gwen stefani. When she was a no doubt. It was like a lot of like it was drew barrymore. It was a lot of young actors and actresses in like I think when i went freelance and i started getting booked to dress them for different things. All of a sudden it just kind of went an- and everyone's like well. You're you're celebrity stylist. I'm mike well. It was sort.

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"zoe" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on LadyGang

"Know over the last honestly like year. I think especially you becca like you've been so open about some of your struggles and i was like. Oh man like i just want. I want all of our listeners. To know there's like more to me than just like poop jokes and and There's like a a real heavy stanley story here and anyway. Long story short My brother had a really bad flare up health flare up in february and I was really working with him as far away. And i had to you know. Get an iv and to his house and blah blah blah. And i was really been working with him on trying to get healthy over the past six months and And he's been doing really really well. He suffers from Bipolar disorder and he also has a disability. He had an accident about twenty years ago Which did some damage to spinal cord. And so he takes. You know three heavy heavy heavy sets of painkillers and muscle relaxants and stuff Every single day so he's he has a very intense Healing and drug sort of thing that he has jake. Anyway so We thought chris and i were like all. Let's reward him by like. Chris had a work thing in vegas and was like you could fly down from our hometown of edmonton vegas. An awful fly from lanham in vegas for four days. He's never been will like go and see a cirque show see the drag race show And like stay in a nice hotel and just sit by the pool like honestly we weren't gonna go wild and be like at the club in vegas you know And i got really excited. And i think anyone that has had so many of you reach out to me on social media and say that you have someone in your family that struggles with something like this Some cement mental illness. And i think is that you just want You want your person to be normal so badly that at times you can overlook Their disability or. What's going on with them like obviously now. I'm sitting here after disaster weekend. And i'm like why the hell that i think taking someone that has bipolar was a good idea to vegas but you just want them to be normal so bad you want to show them the world so badly and so The flight into las. Vegas is very bumpy. Anyone who's taken that flight knows that the heat comes off the ground and And it it's really bumpy and you know my brothers when the hasn't flown a ton and so i think he got nervous on the flayed and got sick to his stomach. And then you know when you're on like such a steady stream of medication When you start when you start throwing up the medicine then all of a sudden he's essentially like a detox like he's he's Coming off heroin. I mean it's not heroin but like it's the same thing where he's in so much pain. He's so sick to his stomach Anyway i'm not going into the details but It was so scary. Because when i landed in las vegas text. I'm like hey. I'm on my way and i didn't hear from him and i knew something was wrong And when i called him on the phone and he picked up the phone and he was you know really violently ill and he was just like sister. You need to come here. And like i didn't know what room number he was in. I mean at the hotel was. I didn't know how he got where he was going like. I don't know what is going on. So i just ran to their port. Ran into taxi. Ran through caesar's palace and this wonderful woman is what like the crazy part of the story. So this woman Name perla who works at caesar's policies of king angel she basically was like I ran and i was like. Hey my brothers here. he's sick. You probably saw him like checked in. Can you tell me where it is. And because security. They couldn't tell me. Rumor is what room he was in. And so i was like kind of freaking out. I was like having a countdown and Anyway eventually i got up there. It was really bad. We had to call nine one And i've never been so scared in my life. I absolutely thought that my brother was Going to die in front of me. i was all alone. I had no one there with me. Chris didn't come Your wasn't there And i didn't know what to do. Everything seemed like every minute seemed like it was five hours like when they're like we'll be there in ten minutes. It seemed like i was waiting for like days for the emt's com and then when the emt's came they were like well. The hospitals are full So even if we take him he'll have to wait. And i'm like he's screaming out asking to die like i had to make the decision between you know. Am i going to Am i going to have ambulance take him now to the hospital. That's full and wait six hours to get treatment or am. I gonna wait another thirty minutes for the in house medics to get there. And is he going to have a heart attack or stroke before they get there and then his death is on my hands and i would never be okay and live with that guilt so it was. I mean i'm still shaking. I i really like not even good now Anyway it was a crazy couple of days. It's been a couple of days now and I'm i'm still really shaken. I'm just kind of in nurse mode. At the moment i decided to bring back to la and were kind of nursing back to health here at my house And pirlo this woman. I went down the next morning When he was more stable dislike. Say thank you gave her a big tip. And i want to get this woman's name because she was such a lightsaber and i was like like i was like. Oh my god thank you so much. And she's like you know. My son is autistic. And when your brother came in. I knew that he wasn't just Like a drunk or on drugs or like just a wild crazy vegas person. I could see how scared he was that something was happening. And i noticed that same same. Look in my son's is and i hope that I would hope that everyone in the world would treat my son with love and care even though you know he can. Sometimes you know push like appear to be a crazy person and and we like let us out in the lobby of caesar's palace and cried with perla. 'cause i was like it's so true you know like I'm just so thankful that. The people when i wasn't there the whole plan was bullshit and so bad like it was such a bad idea now in hindsight but like i was. I'm so glad that there's people at pearl in the world who were so carrying. This nurse came And i've been like writing letters to the of caesar's palace i've been reading like i'm i'm mike. I'm so thankful but this nurse came to the hotel room and it was really bad and she was so smart. You guys like she looked at my brother. Has he's like kind of like pill packs and there's like forty five pills a day and there's morning mid morning noon night and like they can't be may extend they have to be perfectly taken and all this stuff and she was so king smart. She looked at them and she was like okay. Here's the deal. These three things like are absolutely the most important we have to find a way to get these into a system. This one is just for this. This one is this for this. And it's like crazy medical school pills. She's like this can wait till tomorrow. This is not important these three we have to figure out so we're like trying to get them to swallow like then he would throw it. You know it was just. It was so intense. But like these people like they're good people in the world and My life force of good people is higher than ever like the amount of people that have shown me so much kindness so much sweetness so much. Compassion has been incredible The amount of lady gainers that are nurses that have reached out to me online. Like i didn't know what to do as in vegas by myself. I know one friend in las vegas. So as soon as i got off the plane and i knew something was wrong. I like put up in scrambling. Hey are there any nurses or doctors and beggars. Like i need help. I got so many sweet messages from children's nurses and doctors and people willing to help i have head of like caesars. Entertainment security reach out to me like it was. I felt like. I was like at a bed and breakfast even though i was in one of the biggest hotels in the world so i It has.

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How the 'Right to Repair' Could Expand Choices and Lower Costs

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:35 min | 1 year ago

How the 'Right to Repair' Could Expand Choices and Lower Costs

"Have you ever broken one of your devices. Maybe dropped your cell phone in smashed screen or spilled a glass of water across your laptop and watched as the machine became no more than a paperweight. The options for repairing your devices in these kinds of situations can be pretty limited. Take it back to the company. Bought it from pay them to fix it or bring it to an authorized repair service. Sometimes the cost of those repairs can be so high. It's often worth just buying a whole new device but various proposed right to repair laws and even an executive order could address that by making it easier for small independent repair shops to fix our devices often at a lower cost or senior personal tech columnist. Joanna stern has been looking into this issue and comparing some of the costs and she joins us now to talk about it. A high joanna. Hey zoe so there's this fair repair act in congress but it isn't the only bit of momentum that the right to repair movement is having at the moment. No definitely not. There are a lot of pieces of this. Both at the national and state level but yes. The fair repair act was introduced in congress in june. There have been over. Twenty bills introduced at state levels including states like new york and massachusetts then in july president biden issued an executive order asking the ftc. To look into this and the thing is is that all these efforts are different but the ask for something similar. And that's really that anyone not just the big corporation that made your device be able to access the information. Manuals the parts and the tools to make a

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"zoe" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"You know and i think that was really important at that time in terms of representation. But but yeah i think for me like i was really interested in trans representation on when it came to a story about young women stepping into their power. And i think just around like feminism in general and how trans women can be all too often excluded from these conversations in these spaces that i really wanted to be a part of the story and that was a really interesting part of the casting process. Because you know i was looking for someone really specific to as like a trans latina teenager and so we worked with glad who was incredibly helpful. Basically put out a big cassie notice to tons of non actors. And i think we've got like two hundred submission of young trans latino women. Yeah and i found zoe luna who got the part Through that process and she was just such an incredible addition to the cast and just to the entire experience. But i think in terms of the crew on that film. I brought a lot of the women with me from bandit. I brought my ep. Hillary spirit i bought from editor libby. Kunin i brought my producer to tell anderson. I brought my production zainur. Hillary gertler and i think that was just that which is like. It's not a lot of women but when people walk on set and the department heads are women it is like it tends to like throw people. There's like wait what's happening So it is an interesting experience. When i feel like i'm failing you know because i'm not doing more having more women on a crew that it's already feels quite like i dunno revolutionary people. Outside of of me it is and it creates a very seismic in palpable shift. Your even for you know for our pilot that we did in february of this year. It's me you know as the number one is an executive producer and my schoener. My all my ap's you know our dp. Yes our scripts reviser multiple department heads all women and what was really fun was to watch all the men onset. Talk about how. They had more fun working on our show than they had low price to you. Oh totally total fun too. Yeah on on band aid adam. Pally who stars it with me was oftentimes the only man on set and the way that he talked about it was just like that was the best experience of my life. You know And i think it is. It's so not about like excluding anyone it's actually about like the beauty of ally ship in that way when someone can realize how much there could be improved when when these huge paradigm shift. Yes that it's not a scary thing that it's actually a really like enlivening thing for everyone when you think about those kinds of paradigm shifting and and i mean even historically were tying moment ago with the original craft and with your film legacy in bringing in the character of laura's in wanting to highlight this experience free you know young trans kids. How did you ensure that the character was an accurate reflection of those kids in their experiences. did you. Did you have zoe. Give a lot of feedback and information to you for the character. Did you guys tweak that together yeah. Zoe was obviously a huge asset. And while quite young she turned eighteen between me casting her and us shooting. So you know..

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Mike Richards Steps Down as Jeopardy! Host

Daily Pop

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Mike Richards Steps Down as Jeopardy! Host

"Up. The short lived game show host who just stepped down after pass. Offensive comments came to light. Who is mike richards. The newly minted jeopardy hosts has stepped down effective immediately. This all comes after some raises remarks. We served as also some offensive comments. He made about women shirt a letter with staff today apologizing for the negative attention on this show in a statement to e. news. Mike said there is no excuse for the comments he made first of all. This was a last minute. Switch up for us this morning. This was a last minute. Switch up for us. how dunkin. Mike richards the no. No no that's not fair. Let me let me say why why. Mike richards was the ep of the show. Mike ricci the show onboard. Why would you put yourself in a position. Put yourself in the public eye knowing what's been happening for the last four years of cancel culture now knowing the network not vet him i. There's it's impossible especially with everything. That's been going on these past couple of years to not do a full vet. Just have i feel like maybe you know and you hope that things don't come out and then they do and all of a sudden ucs but also who's hiring him if he's the executive producer to actually host the show himself. That's the crazy part. I know a lot of people were up in arms about that. I actually thought that it made sense because he understands the show and like loves it. I i don't know. I didn't think it was that we're this obviously is a different situation. He looks like he would host a show. Jeopardy doesn't yes. He does look like he would host a show like he's like but this is when i go back to privilege and not saying because he's a white man i'm saying he was at a level and he was the boss so his privilege made him feel like he could get away with those comments knowing that they were out there that they lived on a podcast his privileged. Let him think that he could do this. No will call him out.

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What if You're Scared to Start School?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:27 min | 1 year ago

What if You're Scared to Start School?

"School is starting up again after a summer. Break for many of you especially those of you in the northern hemisphere and it may be your first time back in a classroom building in a long time. Some of you in other parts of the world are in remote learning situations again. And you might not know when you'll be going back. It can be a bit unsettling especially if you're just starting kindergarten that's the case for odin. Here's what he wrote in an e mail. One of his adults helped him send to us. I'm five years old. I live in wilson wyoming. My questions are if i am terrified about kindergarten. Do i have to go. What should i do if i'm scared to go to kindergarten. And what if kids are mean to me. Well odin yes. I think you do have to go to kindergarten. School is where we learn important. Things like reading writing math and languages. It's also where we go to learn how to learn but it's totally natural to feel scared when you're going to start something new in an unfamiliar place. We thought you might appreciate getting some advice from other kids who have just recently gone through kindergarten themselves and from some teachers and other people who work in schools and have found some pretty good ways over the years to help kids get through the scary times we asked all of them descend in responses saying what they're excited about and nervous about and if they have any tips to manage those nervous feelings. Let's start with zoe and ten years old and i live in colorado and what. I'm really excited to do when i get back to. School is see all my friends. What i'm not really excited about to do at school is having to take tests. And if you're going into school and you're kinda nervous My advice to you is just have fun and try to make some friends and the school. You will be a lot better. Some of you wanted to tell odin what it was like for you when you started school. Hi i'm isadora. And i'm from kalona. Bc i was scared for her go to kindergarten tail. But when you step into the classroom there's lots of nights kids and they play with you a lot more nine ali on his own. I listen cameras. Friday a stag. He done this. Yeah i'm the best thing about king is on is my friend and then new

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Artificial Intelligence May Diagnose Dementia in a Day

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Artificial Intelligence May Diagnose Dementia in a Day

"Say. They have found a way to spot dementia earlier and quicker than ever before, And they're getting a big help from artificial intelligence. AI system compares the patient's brain scan with millions of others to spot anomalies. Humans often can't leading to a far earlier diagnosis. And in a day instead of the months it can take now Cambridge University Zoe Court see if we intervene. Early treatments can kick in early and slow down the progression. Pre clinical trials were successful. Now it's being rolled out in a click. Nickel setting.

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Hackers Rebrand After Colonial Pipeline Attack

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Hackers Rebrand After Colonial Pipeline Attack

"I wanna take you back to may six this year. It's a day. That's come to mark a significant moment in america's awareness of cybercrime in just over two hours on that thursday nearly one hundred gigabytes of data was stolen from the network of colonial pipeline. The biggest fuel pipeline in the us early the following morning when colonial workers found a ransom note on a control room computer it would lead the pipeline to shutdown and create gash shortages and higher prices across the southeastern. Us colonial would end up paying seventy five. Bitcoin's worth about four point four million dollars at the time for decryption code the fbi later recovered sixty four of those coins and identified the hackers as a group known as dark side likely based out of russia but the criminals themselves. They were able to slip away now. It looks like dark side might have returned analysts say they found similarities in the operations of dark side. And a new group calling itself black matter. So what does this mean for cybersecurity How much of a threat is this. New group joining us to discuss is our cybersecurity reporter. David bertie. Hi david zoe. So this new group black matter has emerged apart from the kind of similar name dark side. What do these groups have in common. So there's a couple of things. Cybersecurity analysts have noticed over the last week or so one is that there are overlapping crypto currency wallets between some of the members tied to these two groups so the actual wallets were receive bitcoins from companies paying digital ransoms. Secondarily you also see these ransomware groups using similar strains of rants worthy actual malware deployed company systems bears similarities between those two groups and then finally the keys that these two groups actually give victims to eventually unlock their files if they should pay ransom bear similarities as

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The Things We Eat For Others

Bon Appetit Foodcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

The Things We Eat For Others

"We're closing off our six part series talking about food and relationships with writer baker and fellow food lover. Zoe dent berg. We recently published an essay from. Zoe called. never again will. I go vegan for a man about how in pursuit of a romantic connection. She stopped eating meat and dairy almost entirely. I found it's so relatable it's just part of being in a relationship that we don't really talk about a lot and usually for my experience. The person with the stricter diet tends to influence the other. so today. we're gonna get into all of that and more with zoe as well as ben. Weinberg the man who's zoe tried going vegan for welcome to the podcast. Both of you. And i am excited to get nosy. Things manda beer. So if you haven't read zoe's essay yet here's a bit of background. Zoe and ben went to the same college. The even had some mutual friends but they actually didn't meet until they separately moved to birmingham alabama for jobs after graduation. So tell us now about the first time you hung out one on one. How did that happen. We talked a little bit about how much we both liked cooking so then invited me over apartment downtown to cook. It was like this super-buick when you are when you're having this conversation does say he's vegan. His veganism was a running joke. It was one of the things that i learned about. Van nuys like. You're actually vegan. So i i did know that he was again. I did not know how we would cook together considering. I was allergic to half of his diet. Okay wait what are you allergic to. So i'm allergic to gnats in sesame all nuts all nuts and meanwhile i put like i love homocide. I love putting. That's is one of my favorite spices which zoe taught me has sesame in it. A lot needs in that one. Yeah yeah okay. We're gonna do this together. We're going to hang out and we're gonna cut. Yeah and then also do not tell me what you're gonna beforehand. He just like call me and gave me a gris relaxed. Because i didn't know what we were to cook beforehand. You know three hours before you're gonna hang out of van. I remember. I got there and you had the recipes pulled up your laptop and i was like oh like we can go off of this and you know we have to do the recipe when ben has a recipe is very adamant about sticking to it. Even though he's very chaotic in the kitchen. I feel the same way. It's all or

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"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

"I was thinking we go on a little trip. This is the boarding call flight ninety one. Oh one nonstop mexico city. Although now it's early november an incredible time to be in these sacred forests all. It's actually good for the butterflies to be in the cone right now. Echo thermic which means that body temperature matches their surroundings so the code keeps them from flying around and burning lots of calories which they need to save up to make the trip out again in march. That's why we have to be so.

"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

"So e out of her shell sorry about. I don't accept that you know. There's no shame at all and putting her in a special needs class. Human beings are an indisputably species. But we're often blinded by our own success. We tend to measure nature according to our scale with predictably unfortunate consequences. Another documentary..

"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

"Beautiful. I was lovely. Thank you so we thank you for sharing that. What's wrong with her. Well lots of kids have imaginary friends. Zoe has a stronger than usual attachment to animals and bugs. It's a substitute for her. Inability to make meaningful connections with people. Is that addict me. Why would that be a dig at you okay fine. So what do i do overall. How would you say your relationship is zoe. it's fine. She talks to insects monday. She talks to her father. But you know what can you expect. It's fine well. does this make you feel. Do you feel left out of these conversations with the insects. Does this make you feel jealous in any way certainly not. How do you bond with zoe. what do you mean well. Do you take an interest in her interests. Do you ask her how she's feeling of course sometimes. Of course. I do zoe. Are you in your tent. Mega man okay. You know the difference between fantasy and reality right yes. Butterflies don't talk you know that. Yes yes okay. Good how you feeling. Fine really yes. You're not sad because okay if you are we you tell me why. You're said the butterflies are afraid. Why do you think that they don't know they'll get home in time. I see well. That's not really an issue. Butterflies can't be afraid just they can. They can't their brains are too small so you don't have to worry about that. That's not true. It's kind of like siri. You know series seems very friendly right but she's not she's actually just circuits and algorithms controlled by large corporations who are just trying to make money right. We project a personality onto syria. So it's more comfortable for us to interact. It's the same with your butterflies. Whatever you think they're feeling you're the one pudding it on them right so there's no one there to feel sorry for their just self replicating biological programs carrying out mindless evolutionary instructions. Okay that make you feel better though. We'll find out what happens next in just a moment but first this episode of the truth is sponsored by better help online therapy as we begin to see the light at the end of tunnel a. Lot of people are still feeling now and you might not feel depressed or at a total loss. But if you're feeling a little bit off or your relationships are suffering. That could be a sign that you should talk to. Someone and online therapy can help. Better help is not a crisis. Line is not self help. It's professional therapy done securely online. Fill out a questionnaire to help better help assessor needs a match you with your professional licensed therapist and our listeners. Get ten percent off their first month. That better health dot com slash the truth. That's better h. E. l. p. dot com slash. The truth everyone needs to escape sometimes. Enter dipsy an app for adults. Let yourself get lost in a world where good things happen and where your pleasure is the only priority dipsy is an audio app full of short sexy stories designed to turn you on each tipsy audio story features characters feel like real people and immersive scenarios. So you feel like you're right there. This blankets like the one. We use that group date the picnic. I thought about curling up to you. Sorta like this. I thought about sneaking into your ten night looking off this more one. That's embarrassing adorable. And i wanted to win you here even before i'm here now. They released new content every week. So there's always more to explore no matter who you're into or what turns you on and for listeners of the show dipsy is offering an extended thirty day free trial when you gotta dipsy stories dot com slash truth. That's thirty days full access for free when you get a d. i p. s. e. a. stories dot com slash truth disease stories dot com slash truth and now back to zoe butterfly recommending. So we'd be removed from the program on what grounds these issues with her behavior or getting worse and it's not just the inattentiveness although you know that is an ongoing problem. It's the lack of motivation. The lethargy she just excited to learn sorry. Isn't that your job to do something about it. I can appreciate how badly you want this for your daughter. I really can try and understand my position. I'm reading these kids to step into a highly competitive in complex global marketplace. I just can't slow down my curriculum to try and get.

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"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

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"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Truth

"Imagine yourself as a monarch butterfly. Munching away at the leaves of a milkweed. Plant your idyllic summa days the very epitome of freedom and yet deep inside yourself something mysterious calls you find yourself driven by an inexplicable yearning to return to a place you've never been but which somehow is imbued with such significance that you can feel it tingling in your very dna. Are you with us. I was looking at the butterflies. Are we looking at the butterflies right now. Is this science module. How long will it take them to get to mexico after we let them go zoe. This professional skills development module right. Now you know that right yes and when you get to third grade you're going to have to know how to give a presentation in the right format. It's an automatic fail if you don't. Are you comfortable enough yet to do that in powerpoint. I don't know well. Do you think you want to rejoin the class and learn. How okay okay. As i was saying. You can't embed a video in your every. Four generations.

Jeff Bezos Thinks He's Clint Eastwood in 'Unforgiven'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Jeff Bezos Thinks He's Clint Eastwood in 'Unforgiven'

"The BA Zoe's done. So listen, I don't care if you like the bazaar story producer gyms like Hey, it's the greatest story. Every man I love it. I love I want his autograph chip. He says he spoke Yeah. Yeah, he did. There is a brawl brewing in the studio because Mike agrees with now. Jim didn't say that he just like space our best negative. But Mike is with me. We just don't care so bikes and bike and jibber at each other at each other's throats in a W W e style wrestling match right now. I don't care about this story. I care about Americans being spied on. Mike's with me, 100%. I don't care. I don't care. I'm not interested in Jeff Bezos. The guy's got tension. Million dollars. He got bored on a week and he's like, Hey, I'm gonna go to space Gray. He's got a cowboy hat and take the cowboy. You're not a cowboy. You Jeff Bezos. That's for cowboys. It's not for you. Take the cowboy hat off. Just take it off. You look ridiculous. Take the cowboy hat off. Bezos. It is. It is too big for your right. Thank you, Jim. It is too big for him. Like a doofus. He thinks she's like Clint Eastwood and Unforgiven or something. I've killed just about everything that's walked or crawled at some point in my life will your money I'm William money. And you heard my friend Dude, you're Jeff Bezoza. You just take the hat off you dunce. Is that the good? The bad and the ugly? It's just the ugly. All right back to the Washington Post. P I get distracted. Easy. I'm sorry. I'm very sorry. I can't help it.

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Uber, Lyft Woo Drivers as Prices Soar

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Uber, Lyft Woo Drivers as Prices Soar

"Maybe you've had this experience. You're running late to meet a friend or maybe you're headed to the airport. You've got no time to get on public transportation. And when you open up your favorite ride hailing app. Boom prices are surging. Well that's the situation facing more and more people. These days uber and lift prices for the second quarter are estimated to be seventy nine percent higher than they were during the same period. Twenty nineteen before the start of the pandemic according to fair tracker grit wise. so why are prices so high. And what does it mean for passengers drivers and the ride hailing companies themselves. Joining us to discuss is tech reporter. Redick arana high predica. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me on the show so there are a couple of different angles that we can look at this from. Let's start with the passengers. What differences are passenger seeing when they use the ride. Hail apps well. Zoe fares are at an all time high right now. So what passengers are seeing. Is you know skyrocketing fares just to go from your home to maybe your office As people returned to work they're taking to social media to say. My uber ride now costs me five times as much as i used to pay before the pandemic they're also seeing wait times go up so the landscape has absolutely changed for passengers as well. And why is that. Why are prices so high right now. Well the companies are facing a massive shortage of drivers. So what's happening is more and more writers are coming back to. The roads and a large pool of writers are competing for a limited pool of drivers because not as many have returned to keep pace with demand. So what's that doing is that it's pushing the prices of those rides

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"zoe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"This is what book you. I'm brock shelley and thanks for listening on this week's episode. I talked to debut author. Zoe hunnam kuta. Who's new book. Gear breakers is out now and it was great talking to zoe we get into what inspired gear breakers and how she came to writing break conversation so hope you enjoy it listening so zoey. What book hooked you. I would have to go with the maximum ride series The status i read the series times and middle school. So brand basically Let's see as just. I love the nature and the supernatural powers. It's kind of like you know gimmicky. But is really all the tropes that he mob But it also like most importantly kicked off my love for the way trope You have max and her flak and i love the dynamics of like her mommy to act like this mother figure was also threatens them to show back to his on like really utterance naming I also feel like embedded in the family like he's stakes where it's like the fate of the world versions and the people the people you love and having to weigh one against the other Like dilemma of the Classic interest section of humanity. Good of the whole Wait against like the people you find get in. I guess you would say As is something that that's definitely carry with me for the from the those books eight. Don't remember and you plopped. It's just remember like while they all act were each other And just i don't know there. I think. I think. I don't know if i would like these books. Now you like very warns they dry lines like their little family definitely what hovering so with the maximum right like so. That's james patterson. Obviously this massive like adult kind of thriller. Did you have any sense of that when you first came to these books. Like who james patterson was and that he was like this bigger writer. This was like his kind of pet project to the side. Almost right i did not I have anything else biden. But i knew i knew the name By name only gets you would say. I've also heard over the years..

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"zoe" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all they're gone in part because the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. There's an interesting new series. it's called the one. That's gonna be premiering on netflix. As we taped this it'll be on march twelfth. Maybe it's already airing as we as we talk did not actually editor anymore anyway. But we have zoe tapper. Who is playing kate on this series. Welcome zoe great to talk to you about this series. Thank you so much honey. I'm really really excited to talk to you about it. I'm glad thank you. I mean this is a an interesting concept. And i wanna get your opinion on this. I think the hardest thing to do in a person's lifestyle lifetime is to find that perfect person that you bond with and you marry or or or even date. It's so hard you can get a job. You can get another job but finding that right person is so difficult and this series addresses that on. I think now more than ever when. I don't know how it's been working for you. But we're enough the lockdown in the uk. And i think people really craving human contact. I mean we've goodness technology. Thank goodness we can all talk to each other. I presume i don't have things but there's nothing quite like being in the same room being able to hug somebody being up to kiss somebody i think so. All of those all of that need for human connection has has been exacerbated tenfold and and so when you see a world such as the one in in the one where people can kind of mask thing fingers implying that tough love is. It's almost too betrayed like the perfect solution to people's problems with people have sometimes vice election loneliness. Yes it's it's. It's an incredibly interesting premise. Isn't it yeah using dna to literally find your perfect match Show there's good and bad things about that if you're compatible. dna wise. and you're very much the same Sometimes opposites attract too. So i guess there's some there's some danger in that.

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