35 Burst results for "Zero W"

Net Zero - Impossible Dream?

The Sustainable Futures Report

02:11 min | 15 hrs ago

Net Zero - Impossible Dream?

"It's really interesting that we were talking almost exactly a year ago tenth of my last year and you will co-signatory to another lesser with a gang with Wolfgang studies when you're talking about a statement from fatty. All who is the general secretary of president off the international energy agency. He was talking about a building green. And you were saying well if we actually maintain the reduced levels of carbon emissions that we've seen during lockdown and make any difference at all because relatively small. Okay then we'll be out all discussion you talking about carbon capture and storage and particularly about which is bio energy with carbon. Capture storage restriction. Yup and how that could be a negative technology and actually if we captured the common from the combustion process than the trees would absorb carbon and therefore we would have a net reduction in combination the street with sound a great idea but now he come forward and there's another letter that yoko signatory to and one of the things in that is the you believe that becks is not going to solve the solve. The problem probably not know. Where do we go from here. I guess you've got gotta stop burning fossil fuels. That's where we've got. That's what we've always had to be. Yes yes yes but it's going to be so difficult as it. I mean i've been talking to people who say oh. We're going to have to get rid of all petrol cars from two thousand nine hundred thirty. Actually the rule ruling at the moment is we're going to have to stop selling. Petrol caused people be allowed as things stand to continue to run them of for as long as trump. But i think the truth is if we're going to achieve net zero. We are actually going to have to eliminate the use of fossil fuel cars amongst other things. Paul is at least twenty thirty

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Microsoft Pledges To Let EU Users Keep Data Inside Bloc

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Microsoft Pledges To Let EU Users Keep Data Inside Bloc

"Textron's Microsoft is committing to local data storage the European Union uses Microsoft is pledging to that's business and public sector customers keep cloud computing data inside the twenty seven nation bloc to have little concerns about US government access to sensitive information company president Brad Smith is the way customers want stronger commitments on so cool data residency writing in a blog post Smith said in other words we will not need to move your data outside the E. U. the updates will apply to the companies cool cloud services including a zero Microsoft three sixty five and dynamics three six five Charles last month London

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How To Stop Your Customers Walking Away

You Are The Media

02:36 min | 1 d ago

How To Stop Your Customers Walking Away

"How to stop your customers walking away when the wrong people find you. Don't want him to walk away when customers povey club. They're more like stay with you for the long run. The focus of this year. The media comes from ascension by on maidens bruce dickinson a recent active campaign event delivered by jason. Momoa answer to the question. What's the difference between a customer. And a fun. Bruce replied customer is a person who can walk away. Bruce doesn't want customers. He wants fans five zero prepared to stand in a wet field waiting for his bound to come to the stage. And it's not that different if your business. Perhaps the word fans might be taken a bit too far but at the same time. Everything feels better. When life isn't just focused on transaction exchanges from the media perspective. A customer would be someone who booked to attend one event and then didn't make any further appearance or would show up only sporadically in itself. Absolutely fine everything. We create will be embraced by everyone. But naturally i want to make turning up for event. Something of a habit from the of the media were nine events to the in person events that we make a comeback in two thousand and twenty one. I want people to enjoy each occasion and to be left wanting more. Perhaps it comes down to how you find a customer if only care about making a single sale cut corners the managed to convince them. That you're selling is essential. You might just close us out complete in the interaction. whilst that i'm believe in finding fans in a business context i think trenton and audience that develops into a community with community members on both. The long term is important. You don't have to aspire to happen fans but you should recognize that people feel good. Knowing they belong the power something community can feel only be achieved if people have an attachment. What you do it. People moving from being customers to community members is about stepping up a rung on the no light tressler staying around and you both being able to take something from your developing relationship and he listened to the lascaux to explain more for you when people come over to your side you have to prove buy into your world is a wise choice and that you won't let them down. This is king's people with you if you pause or stop activity. You're giving people a reason to walk away. It's why i kept you the media only going but ramp things up during the pandemic

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Interview With Jordan Tigani of SingleStore

HumAIn Podcast

02:16 min | 1 d ago

Interview With Jordan Tigani of SingleStore

"Welcome back listeners. To the humane podcast. Today we're talking about the future of intelligent edge thinking about how enterprises are powering their intelligent applications and fast analytics today. I'm brought to you with the chief product officer of single store jordan to ghani jordan. Donny comes with a rich background in the data industry. Today we're going to dive fast. Intelligent applications jordan. Thanks so much for joining us on the show. Thanks great be here to get to talk to you. Absolutely i know we talk a lot At single store about the applications and analytics that are being built but before we dive deeper into the product and the strong use cases. Can you share with our audience about you. Know where you've been and what brought you today to join single store for this next part of fast analytics and intelligent applications sure. I may a product person now. But i'm really offer engineer at heart. Being spent twenty years as an engineer and part of it engineering manager from kind of windows kernel to microsoft research worked at a couple of startups. Than i landed at google and it was right as google building. Its cloud and so i kind of stumbled onto this project called query was one of the founding engineers of google big query building out there their cloud data analytics Flagship will became their flagship. At the time was nobody was paying any attention to it so i ended up working on big query. I helped lead the engineering team and then the product team and You know having having gone from zero to you know where big quarry is now. I can't share any revenue numbers etc. But you know. I think it's one of the largest cloud data warehouses out there by revenue to put it that way and to sort of see that trajectory now single store meme sequel was them sequel at the time. Was you know somewhere at a point along that trajectory and it felt like it was on that same trajectory. It felt like you know. Meme sequel slash. Single store is where big query was. Just a few years ago

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Rethinking Fashions Approach to the Plus-Size Market

The Business of Fashion Podcast

01:52 min | 3 d ago

Rethinking Fashions Approach to the Plus-Size Market

"Can you talk a bit about universal standard. And when you started the business what your sort of thesis was an an how the your approach differentiates from a traditional apparel line in terms of of sizing for us the roadmap that we had laid out for ourselves was berry gradual. We knew that we wanted to create a brand that did not discriminate by size. But we had to do it in a way that worked as business so we started with the most underserved part of the market that we definitely started talking about extending sizes in both directions almost from day one and we went from ten to twenty eight and then we extended in the week ended once again to our full size range which is double zero to forty. It is the largest commercially available size range in world for things that are not spoke obviously But the idea was to literally remove that divider between the haves and the have nots. The us them the whole idea that seventy percent of american women are marginalized into a specialty clothing category which does not make any sense at all so we really felt that the only right way to do plus size. Fashion is not to do plus size fashion. It's fashion for women and that know extending sizes whether it'd be through baby steps sir through a big sort of gesture toward this population. This community was really the only way to move forward into a future where i could walk into any store regardless of what that label is and buy something for

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Researchers: Climate Pledges See World Closing on Paris Goal

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Researchers: Climate Pledges See World Closing on Paris Goal

"Scientists say recent pledges with the U. S. and other nations could help cut global warming up three point six five height by the end of the century but only if goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by two thousand fifty succeed more than one hundred ninety countries agreed in Paris six years ago to keep average temperature increases below that level ideally no more than two point seven five height but two thousand one hundred compared to pre industrial times the climate action tracker compiled by a group of researchers who translate emission pledges into temperature estimates projected that the wall is currently set to overshoot the Paris accords target by zero point nine degrees the new climate institute says if one hundred thirty one countries that make up almost three quarters of global emissions meet their pledged or discussed net zero goal then the two degree target could be met I'm sorry a shockingly

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Happy National Paranormal Day

Ground Zero Media

01:15 min | 3 d ago

Happy National Paranormal Day

"Today is national paranormal day. Yeah go figure. Ghost hunters ufo people fans of high strangest. They have a reason to celebrate because it's national paranormal day. I didn't know there was a national. I just didn't know. I guess maybe third has been set aside as the day we recognize anything and everything paranormal. It's been national paranormal from. I guess since two thousand thirteen so people make this stuff up. I remember back when i was in radio. Had when we did mornings shows used to have this book and in this book it was like special dates and and you know it was this. It would tell you what happened on this day. What day is today national ice cream day. National donut day national pizza day or whatever And so that's why you know every once in a while i do something nice for the crew like on pi day. I always go out. And i buy pie for the studio so we pie because that was something that i learned from this book that we had ever has been tradition since but now paranormal that. I had no idea. It's like hug a ghost. I do what to do whatever. I mean th paranormal day. And i'm just thinking that who who comes up with this in wide hoodoo i. Who do i owe this day

Ransomware Gang Reportedly Drops Encryption

Cyber Security Today

01:50 min | 4 d ago

Ransomware Gang Reportedly Drops Encryption

"The babic ransomware gang says it's dropping the encryption of data of victims as a tactic instead will focus strictly on data theft and blackmail to enrich itself until now the gang did both stealing data from victim organizations and then encrypting the data on the corporate servers. The threat to the victim was pay for the decryption keys. Or the copy data will be released embarrassing. You and your customers. If the company didn't have a good data backup it faced to threats embarrassment and loss of business and the loss of data this double extortion. Tactic started being adopted by ransomware groups about two years ago but creating and maintaining encryption isn't easy some cyber security companies have cracked the encryption of a few gangs and are giving away the decryption keys to any victims m saw off is one of the companies that crack the babba code now. Barbeque has apparently decided that is easier and perhaps just as lucrative to only steal data and hold it for ransom a researcher adam soft doubts that other ransomware groups will follow this strategy by the way last week the babak gang gone into the computer systems of the washington dc police department and stole data. It is still threatening to release the names of police informants unless it is paid in an interview with the new site in poland babba claim. The police departments virtual private network was hacked. With a zero day vulnerability that is vulnerability that hasn't been disclosed. That claim hasn't been confirmed.

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Dr. Jean-Christophe Plantin Discusses Digital Media Infrastructures and Tech Platforms

Social Media & Politics

02:33 min | 5 d ago

Dr. Jean-Christophe Plantin Discusses Digital Media Infrastructures and Tech Platforms

"Let me turn it over to dr zone. Christoph plantain again. He's an associate professor in the department of media and communications at the doctor plantain. Thanks so much for taking the time out and welcome to the social media and politics podcast. Thanks for having me really happy to be here so to start out here. Why don't we break down a few of the key concepts that you've been developing in your research and the first one i'd like to discuss is media infrastructures which draws attention to this interplay between digital platforms. Which is kind of the services that we're all familiar with and the physical infrastructures that make those platforms work. And i think. Maybe we're not all familiar with those. So could you outline the concept of media infrastructures for us and why we should even be thinking about media infrastructures in the first place. Absolutely yeah you allow me to be a little idiosyncratic and just tell me a little bit how. I came to these concept. Maybe that would. That would be helpful just because this is a history that i guess we'll be telling on how we can put these different concepts together. My background is in a media. Medication studies and i worked a lot since my phd. On the concept of blood. I worked lots a studied. Participatory mapping google maps. Open street map and we are here. Yeah mid-2000s is still the whip. Two point zero seeking pretty strong and the type of scholarship at the time. Emphasizes the participatory nature off these pot for allowing people to post more easily to create to engage in activism or creative practices. so that was my standpoint. that's what i really started with A post doctoral fellowship at university of michigan and with my colleagues where i became much more more familiar with the concept of infrastructure. I worked a lot with polite words. Carla goes the christian. Send vague and these folks are much more on the stf side of these topics of the study of technolog- and the where of course talking about and they were talking about large distribution systems. They're put together via standards and gateways in these type of things but what was super interesting when we started working together and focusing more on the facebook and google's of the world. Is that what. I was describing. As platform there were describing as infrastructure.

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"zero w" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

05:27 min | 6 d ago

"zero w" Discussed on This is Why

"Reduce your costs afterwards. It was calculated by economies that the three zero covid is Is cheaper than and better for the economy. Dan mitigation strategy by economists from -tario and also recently. There was a report from france What's with the same conclusions. So basically is better for colombia's well many people who oppose the covert zero strategy. It only works on islands. Places like Let's say australia new zealand. Taiwan and won't work on larger continents How do you respond to that yet. Allows are not islands and they were successful going zero swell. I can't remember exactly what this population of vietnam but huge land borders with also highly populated countries. So basically it's not it's it's good to be an island for sure But it's not a necessary condition to achieve covid era also they talking about geography and advantages like places like l. berta with super law relation density with we are the size of twice of germany and the population is gay okay compared to pollen so we are twice the size of the population. These things smaller as we know in. Canada healthcare is a provincial jurisdiction. I'm wondering what your thoughts are on. Whether any provincial health authorities have shown any appetite for these sorts of strategies or do they seem to be all in on mitigation. Well i would say that. Actually some parts of canada have definitely sean. Some appetite for for tougher measures up front to try in on prevent coded from spreading within their communities. We've seen in northern canada the atlantic provinces. They've adopted some covert zero light kind of policies and they've been pretty successful at that but they're also more isolated so maybe those strategies are better for those parts of canada. They also have fewer cases to begin with compared to say ontario or quebec More recently we've seen for example be greens calling for a covid zero approach in that province and again they were starting because of the variants and things were getting out of control. They want to shut it down. Now we've heard a similar call coming from manitoba saying back in the new year saying you know we're seeing these variants picking up speed. Should we shut this down now. i would say however that the provinces that have been hardest hit during the pandemic are led by right of center governments. I'm so for example. Ontario alberta their ideological suited to a mitigation approach there not as likely to adopt a very heavy handed government. Top down approach to covid doubt. We're going to see much for that. Going forward what are some of the strategies that took governments would use to get to dacoven zero that are non pharmaceutical interventions. I think the important thing to understand is that it's a combination of af- restrictions. It's like leaky roof..

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"zero w" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

04:32 min | 6 d ago

"zero w" Discussed on This is Why

"In winter it wouldn't bend the curve off. Be one one seven it would make it instead of w like now every six seven days it will double every two weeks but it wouldn't have been down so landed down. We would eat something like we had last spring at any jazzed below the arab hollywood just below to banditry much stronger to have the reason downward slow in cases and hospitalizations and deaths we would need lockdown like in new zealand or australia hit. We had we had really good chance to do it. Go to sierra with relatively small pain with old and now it will be tougher. But it's still doable. So on the one hand there's a covid zero where you try to stamp out as much of the virus as possible and try to get community spread down to zero or as close as euros possible and there's also another approach where it's more reactive. It's more responsive to how the spread happens within the community where cases go up restrictions also respond in kind. What's your thoughts on this. So this is what you said. The second strategies is got mitigation strategy responsive once and it aims for its both in canada in six provinces sixth-largest largest and in in western europe. It seems to be the same that amy's stike two hospital beds over over one the hospital system but it totally doesn't recognize the spread dynamics of the virus that basically the virus is like the spread is like wildfire like a cancer like mice infestation. That either you go to zero or if you have just a little bit Start growing again so very small way to keep it on stable stable level. He's just not the distinction amina. It's like if you have melanoma cancer more. You have to remove if you leave it after sometime it will start spreading and then then you have problem right so you have doing. If you'd have five you have to remove all five..

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Biden Kicks Off U.S. Tour in Georgia to Promote Economic Agenda

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:35 sec | Last week

Biden Kicks Off U.S. Tour in Georgia to Promote Economic Agenda

"To sell his infrastructure and family plans totaling about $6 Trillion. Here's a B C's Andy field. He held another drive in rally in Georgia supporters honking horns and approval for President Biden's rebuild America and families play. And as he explained how raising corporate and wealthy taxes will pay for it. I'm not trying to punish anyone. We got to make corporations making 40 billion Pain zero is just not right that pay for proposal giving a thumbs down for many Senate Republicans. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington On Beacon Hill, the state Senate votes to OK a

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Fed Keeps Rates Unchanged

Marketplace Minute

00:16 sec | Last week

Fed Keeps Rates Unchanged

"Where they are close to zero in a statement. The fed said vaccinations and government support have strengthened the economy. It also said many sectors that have been hit hard by the pandemic are still week. Even f. they're improving the federal housing.

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Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:11 min | Last week

Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

"Hemorrhage remains a leading cause of severe maternal complications and death worldwide prophylactic administration of traffic amick. Acid has been associated with reduced postpartum blood loss after caesarean delivery in several small trials but evidence of its benefit in the clinical context remains inconclusive in this trial. Four thousand four hundred thirty. One women undergoing caesarean delivery before or during labor at thirty four or more jess station weeks were randomly assigned to receive an intravenously administered prophylactic utero tonic agent and either traffic amic acid or placebo. The primary outcome of postpartum hemorrhage occurred in twenty six point seven percent of women in the traffic samick acid group and thirty one point six percent of women in the placebo group. There were no significant between group. Differences in mean gravity metrically estimated blood loss or in the percentage of women with provider assessed clinically significant postpartum hemorrhage. Use of additional utera. Tonic agents or postpartum blood transfusion thromboembolic events. In the three months after delivery occurred in zero point. Four percent of women who received traffic samec acid and in zero point one percent of women who received placebo among women who underwent cesarean delivery and received prophylactic utero. Tonic agents traffic samick. Acid treatment resulted in a significantly lower incidents of calculated estimated blood loss greater than one thousand milliliters or red cell transfusion by day two then placebo but it did not result in a lower incidence of hemorrhage related secondary clinical outcomes postpartum hemorrhage a review article by jessica beanstalk from johns hopkins university school of medicine baltimore. Postpartum hemorrhage continues to be the leading preventable cause of maternal illness and death. Globally worldwide postpartum hemorrhage accounts for eight percent of maternal deaths in developed regions of the world and twenty percent of maternal deaths in developing

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Caitlin Drown: What Exactly Is Climate Neutrality, and Why Is It So Important?

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

02:40 min | Last week

Caitlin Drown: What Exactly Is Climate Neutrality, and Why Is It So Important?

"Are recording this episode. The day right after early two thousand twenty one and if you have not heard governments organizations pledge to the carbon neutrality our reach net zero emissions before you must have heard something about it this week or yesterday at least you must have also seen at least one of the amazon ads in companies comedian to be net zero carbon across the entire business by two thousand and forty apple in start is planning to become carbon neutral by two thousand thirty including its light. This all sounds good on the certify on the surface but is it good enough really why carbon neutrality is important in. What does it actually mean. So today i'm thrilled to be announcing the brightly is working with climate neutral and nonprofit organization. That is helping us. Work towards carbon neutrality by measuring removing out two thousand twenty missions and coming up with an action plan to reduce future emissions. and so very Where chatting with galen john's from climate neutral steam today to dig deeper into all disturbs. And what exactly they mean for you and the planet caitlyn would love you to introduce yourself to our listeners. I think you so much for having me on caitlyn drama and ended up brand engagement manager over at climate neutral. So yeah let's talk about. Climate neutral are relatively new organization. But you know. I mean you with connected over a year ago completely different live it was before the pandemic you guys go so much. You sign up so many brands so tell me what was kind of the ethos inspiration. The driver behind creating climate neutral. And how you work with brands. Can maybe even you as a glimpse of your future plants now absolutely so. Climate neutral is an independent nonprofit organization. In we're really building consumer standard for carbon each holiday. We are founded in february twenty nineteen ride a sounders of peak design violate which are two brands in the outdoor space and they have both gone through the process of making companies carbon neutral in realized that for this to scale to the degree that needs to to have him impact on climate carbon neutrality. Needed to be more accessible for companies all shapes and sizes so the two founders teamed up in found the climate neutral again just over two years ago in since then we've really grown to build out a three step certification process that companies go through each and every year in. It's the same process for all companies. They have to measure their carbon footprint. All the way up the supply chain down to deliver to their

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Richards strikes out 10, pitches Red Sox past Mets 2-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Richards strikes out 10, pitches Red Sox past Mets 2-1

"Garrett Richards struck out ten in seven innings to lead the red Sox to a two to one victory over the Mets the right hander had struggled in his first four starts but he did not walk anyone and got some defensive help as a couple of minutes with throwing out on the bases it was his first win of the season memories are out you know and we're up there to put up zeros and then go deep into games and yeah we wanna game what to say just make meal Homer for the Mets and the second Boston tied in the third on a Bobby Dalbec solo shot before Rafael Devers broke the tie with an RBI single in the sixth David Peterson took the loss the Mets lefty allowed two runs on four hits in six innings Matt Barnes picked up his fifth save might make you so New York

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Why Digital Identities Are All About a Secure Customer Experience

IT Visionaries

01:50 min | Last week

Why Digital Identities Are All About a Secure Customer Experience

"Welcome everyone to another episode of it visionaries and today. We have the ceo of four. Doc fran rush on the show. Fran welcome to the show albert. Thanks so much happy to be here all right right out the gate. What exactly is ford truck. It's got a very strong sounding name. Tell us what for drug does so before. Drug is a digital identity platform though for enterprise and large enterprise. So what the heck is that. Yeah yeah we enable our customers to really create really friction lists and easy identity experiences so that as an employeers a consumer. It's really easy to register. Set up a new account be recognized when he come back and get access to what you wanna do and then move on ossets really that whole process of setting up in your identity to get access to services online so this is a this is a space. That is very hot right now. We know that there are competitors that we've had them on the show so i don't or maybe they're not competitors so for for our audience. I'd love to hear a little bit of what's the difference. What's unique about four rock to give you an example we've had we've had guests from octa from off zero different companies here but i know that typically in software a lot of times people say the same things but they don't actually do the same things curious. What's unique about for drug. You'll let me just before jim. Braude into four doc. I want to take a step back. He said the market's really hot. And i want to kind of explain why yeah. The market is really hot. Right now. And i think some of this ties to the digital transformation that companies have been going through over the past fifteen twenty years where instead of doing business in person or over the phone you know. We're doing everything digitally as employees. Everything we do now online especially in this post covid world where every workers are remote workers

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European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

The CyberWire

01:49 min | Last week

European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

"Someone impersonating a spokesman for imprisoned russian opposition figure alexander navalny conducted zoom meetings with european parliament members. The sessions featured. What the guardian and nl times called a deepfake video call purporting to be volley associate leonid volkov which volkov himself said looked pretty convincing. Speculation about responsibility for the incident has focused on vo van and lexus. Two well-known russian prank callers pranksters and such nuisance. Humorous are known. The incident is of course troubling for coming at a time when navalny is imprisoned and on a life threatening hunger strike and it's worth noting that relatively senior political officials were taken in by the scam but to place it in perspective. This is more shock jock stuff than it is a spore of new and devilish lena. Various approach to disinformation technically. It's a cut above the kind of jerk who had called the live news coverage to holler bubba buoy during the slow motion. Chase of oj. Simpson's bronco down the four zero five in los angeles but let's keep it in perspective. The lesson is that video that appears genuine alive call need not be and that some authentication beyond look and feel is necessary but we already knew that it's even become atropine gag insurance commercials where there's a guy video conferencing with his move colleague and so forth. At any rate on balance not very funny and vo von alexis themselves aren't novices. We note. they pranked to name. Just three sir. Elton john the duke of sussex and senator bernie sanders but of their targets have been critics of the russian regime. Mr putin himself has not been pranked and seems unlikely to be

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Should Australia Vaccinate Incoming Travelers?

Coronacast

01:29 min | Last week

Should Australia Vaccinate Incoming Travelers?

"Is the ideal situation for how we manage incoming travellers because we do have people coming in and we've got to manage them somehow. How should we be doing it. Personal communal talk about by personal opinion is something we've been banging on about for months now. In corona cast immunize. Australians overseas Vaccine to the consulates and to the embassies even it's astro because people pay to get back and get them immunized and that will reduce the risk of transmission that we we seem to be struggling to even vaccinate people here in australia. Should we really be sending dice. Say yes because the risk to australian comes from overseas and if you can reduce that risk that's what you should do above all else so what we're talking about thirty forty thousand. Australians overseas. we're talking about getting to a target will in fact the government's not setting targets but when the where it was two hundred thousand dollars a day so it's twenty five percent of one days doses overseas. And you get people immunized and you reduce the risk and we've got dr from the uk at least for the pfizer vaccine that after the first dose of the vaccine you reduce the transmission risk by seventy percents of asymmetric infection and after an it's over eighty percent after the second does and that study of came out of the united kingdom so it works and that's a very significant reduction is not zero but it would reduce the risk and hotel quarantine or my even limit eliminate the need for hotel quarantine. Two people could go home

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Why good ideas get trapped in the valley of death -- and how to rescue them |  TED-Ed - TEST

TED Talks Daily

06:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Why good ideas get trapped in the valley of death -- and how to rescue them | TED-Ed - TEST

"It's ted talks daily. I'm elise hugh. Birthday is thursday april twenty seconds so we thought it would be a great time to share another lesson from our friends at ted. Ed this is part of a video series designed to cut through the complexity around climate change and explain the science in a clear way. It's all inspired by bill. Gates's new book how to avoid a climate disaster. This lesson is about how a lot of the smartest solutions to reduce. Carbon pollution actually already exist and how they're getting stuck in the valley death. How can we get them out of this trap. You can watch all seven lessons for free at ed dot ted dot com slash plan for zero. That's plan f. o. R. zero wants a gourd. Ted talks daily is brought to you by lulu lemon. I am a longtime runner and my attitude about workout clothing is i don't want to have to think about it at all. And that's why. I run in lululemon these days. I work out a lot alone. But i prefer doing it with friends. I have such great memories of really bonding with whoever. I'm running with my friends. They trust lululemon to my running buddy rob whereas the men's lululemon running shirt that comes in short sleeve or long and he says it's so light so dry so breathable. You'll never run in another shirt again. You can get your own shop. The fast and free shirt at lululemon dot com support for ted talks daily comes from odu odors suite of business. Apps has everything you need to run a company. Think of your smartphone with all your apps right at your fingertips odu is just like that for business but instead of an app to order takeout or tell you the weather you have sales inventory accounting and more union the department we've got it covered and they're all connected joined the six million users who stopped wasting time and started getting stuff done go to odu dot com slash ted to start a free trial that's od odio dot com slash ted. They've passed every test cleared every huddled jumped through every hoop now. All that remains is to unleash them on the wait. What's yes there's one more challenge. They must now cross the valley of death. All new products must pass through here before they reach the market. Many never make it out and sometimes that's okay if they don't work don't feel a need all for any number of other reasons but inventions. That could help address massive global issues. Also face this risk that's because technology's potential isn't the only factor that determines whether it will succeed. The valley of death is especially risky for innovations involving complex physical objects as opposed to software and for those in highly regulated industries like medicine building materials and transportation regulations and other obstacles aren't inherently bad. They're often designed to keep people safe but they do tend to scare off investors and that's what traps good ideas in the valley of gaffe that funding dries up before they can become profitable one of the fields where this problem is most pressing. Today is zero carbon technologies that is central to our future because they will help us eliminate greenhouse gas emissions and stabilize our climate but they also have features that make them particularly vulnerable in the valley of death. Let's look why that is and how we can change it. All new technologies must go through a development fans before they can become profitable for zero carbon technologies. The costs of this phase are high. The time lines are long and in spite of the good they can do. Demand is often low because they can require big changes in both infrastructure and consumer behavior for example electric heat pumps don't burn fossil fuels and when you factor in savings on energy use off cost competitive with gas furnaces but only change that heating and cooling systems every few decades direct air capture technologies meanwhile remove co two directly from the atmosphere. We need these technologies to reach our emission goals and several of them have already been proven to work but they're at risk of getting trapped in the valley of death because they're expensive. This creates a vicious cycle because the best way to know a costs is by well practicing making more of a product and refining it but high initial costs scare off investors and without their money companies can't continue to develop that technologies and can't ultimately decrease cost. Fortunately there's a way to break this cycle. Governments can help the gap when private investors won't fund technologies with such a high potential for social benefit. This isn't just theoretical. In the one thousand nine hundred ninety s functioning solar panels existed but one widely adopted because of that cost to change this. Germany offered government loans to companies creating soda piles and legally obligated utility companies to buy electricity produced using renewable energy the us and china followed suit by financing major solar panel projects. The cost of solar has dropped almost ninety percent since two thousand nine making it much easier to adopt a similar thing happened for wind energy. During the oil crisis of the nineteen seventies denmark invested in wind power and started taxing winds fossil fuel based competitors other countries took similar steps and as more wind power was generated worldwide. The costs of this technology dropped dramatically. These success stories tell us that government initiatives walk initiatives like boosting spending on research and development offering tax and loan incentives to stops that want to develop zero carbon technologies and consumers who want to buy them and putting a price on carbon emissions. We need governments to do what they did. For solar and wind for many more innovations at the end of the day ideas and inventions alone can't solve our most daunting problems. Policies and markets have to be shaped so the most promising

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"zero w" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"The burger flippers and yet they had joined in this cross racial organizing and a very segregated city in kansas city and explicitly said you know it's about black white white and brown coming together right. A young woman named bridget. Who's whiten had kind of grown up and been steeped in the anti immigrant kind of racist urban dog whistle narrative. And she said you know. I realized for the first time that it's not just us in them we. We have to come together as long as we're divided where conquered. Racism hurts white workers to because it keeps us divided from are black and brown sisters read. This is rhetoric coming from her from me. So i absolutely think it's possible. And it's necessary and in fact organizing. That's the thing that was really clear to me. In this journey that i took to write the some of us was that actual organizing people really spending time rolling up their sleeves linking arms with people across lines of race to get something done for themselves and their own lives was what could break through that. Zero-sum narrative now to your question about what was the first part of your work requirement of the requirement. Yes so i think something interesting that has happened right. Most most americans and this was our race class narrative messaging research that that really revealed this most americans. Actually of all races can access the zero sum story and can access a much fair inclusive story. And it's not about people who are in the middle of those two things have an idea that somewhere in the middle of them. It's just that they toggle from one world view to the next the pandemic and it's like flattening of the economy has done something i think. Which is that the excuses. The other rising racialized excuses right. The idea that middle class white person could have like well. I've never been handed anything and in that poor person shoes i would do something different right like there's something about them. And what is the different about them. It's this racialized narrative right the opposite of solidarity. It's the idea that there's sort of different kinds of people. Some groups of people are just better than others and those different kinds of people are responsible for their own lot and of course the pandemic where we literally unplugged the economy has made more people activate the idea of there. But for the grace of god go i so stuff like work requirement like the government needs to push you to work. I always work. I love to work. But those other people don't love to work that kind of logic is not as resonant and i think that was the wisdom and the brilliant in in this administration to just shove through these really important policies to refill the pool of public goods for everyone at a time when the zero sum framework would be a little less easily activated. Heather mcghee is the altar of the some of us. What racism costs. Everyone and how we can prosper together. It is a truly important interesting book. Go get it heather. Thanks for coming david john. Emily thank you so much for gabbing with me this morning and i think one more thing about this book. It's really easy to access like you turn the pages which is not always true about big apartment. That is the thing that i really makes me the happiest that people. Who don't who aren't walks. Who don't like love to you know curl up with a big book about racism saying like. I couldn't put it down and that's just like it's just my highest like highest joy. It's actually like a page turner about racism so very happy. Thank you for support for the gap best comes from head space. Wouldn't it be great. They're pocket-sized guide. Help you focus during the day sleep during the night. There is its head space head. Space is your daily dose of mindfulness form of guided meditations. That coming in easy to use app head. Space is one of the only meditation apps advancing the field of mindfulness and meditation through clinically validated..

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"zero w" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

08:04 min | 2 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"You see it in debates red affirmative action around everything. I want to put it in the other direction. Which is our. They're successful examples that you can point to where this country in the last couple of decades has looked beyond this or has escaped this zero sum racial contest mentality that the right has imposed and actually done something that is universally beneficial and it. Doesn't you know it could be something unlikely. It could be in defense spending for all. I know but can you think of examples that might be models for for progress in the future. I would say that a place where we can see. This working is healthcare. For example white people are the largest share of the uninsured and yet white americans have been imposed. The affordable care act or obamacare since it was passed right still underwater with white americans. It was passed despite and sort of over the resistance of the republican party over the resistance of the majority of white americans and yet the piece of it today that is still contested is medicaid expansion. Which first of all is optional. For states because of a states rights theory that was imposed. From the roberts court right. So we've already got like the racial thread there and of course once it was optional. You saw that new mason dixon line of healthcare right where you had most of the confederate states not expanding medicaid even though it was free money. One hundred percent of the cost was paid for by the federal government. And in my book. I go to texas and i talked to advocates. Who are still fighting there for medicaid expansion. It's the state with the highest number of uninsured and where they're really experiencing it all over. The state is in the closure of rural hospitals in these predominantly white conservative rural areas. That are being starved. Because of the high uninsured rate and would be saved if medicaid expansion happened in arkansas nearby. Arkansas the rural hospitals are sort of booming because of these medicaid dollars. And so. that's a place where you both see the choice to adopt a highly racialized policy medicaid in some states. Creating this boom what i'd call these solidarity dividends basically where you get over the zero sum and you actually create something that is a government benefit that is for the good of all new kind of public. Good that disproportionally aids black and brown people because of the way that racism has has made these racial disparities but the majority of the people aided our way it creates a new public good for the entire community and yet it's still contested right. So there are some states like maine where they finally got medicaid expansion over a five time veto by trump like little governor and that was an incredible solidarity dividend for the state but then there states that are still refusing to do it. And so that to me is one of those things where you can see in real time. Whether or not a state chooses to buck the zero sum and the racialized narrative that rejects government. Help for its people can overcome that. Unlock unlock that solidarity. Dividend is the american rescue plan version of this in the sense about. Its refilling the pool so much emily. I'm so stole my follow up. Yeah yeah too bad. Go ahead and explain how to three failing it so much i mean first of all you see the zero sum. Politics drained pool politics in the debate about it right. This is something that the country desperately needs and yet the white elites in the republican party are feel very confident completely rejecting it in favour of talking about this dog whistle race story about dr seuss right this narrative. They feel very confident that their base will continue to reward them because they're fighting the existential culture war right and their narrative. Is these the woke police right. These black people in the streets and they're dumb white liberal allies gonna come for everything you hold dear and we're gonna fight for you on that so it doesn't really matter that we are not going to support this thing. That might keep the lights on in your house. That might keep your kids having enough to eat. And they just assume that those racial politics will be enough to reelect them so there you see the zero sum and yet because of a multiracial anti-racist coalition in georgia for pete's sake driven by black organizing but bringing in just enough white folks to get democrats over the top. This country was able to do an historic refilling of the public pool. That is cutting child poverty and half that is targeted universalism. Right at is recognizing that when you refill the pool. We're not all standing at the same depths right because racism has shaped the way that communities build wealth and experienced life and so there are some communities that are totally underwater some communities that are just treading water and so yes. There is a a massive package in there for indigenous communities the biggest grant effort to indigenous communities. There's something that specifically going to black farmers disproportionately black farmers. The child poverty grant will help black families. More it's the same amount of money but obviously there are more black families in poverty because we're more likely to be paid very little for our work and so this is an historic refilling of the pool. I hate that it was done over the opposition of the entire republican party. Because they feel like they can bank on racial resentment to keep their coalition together. Even when and this is a cost of racism to white people majority of white people support this bill less so than black and brown people do but the majority of white people support it but they're still voting in the majority for a republican party that delivers them. Nothing but threats about dr seuss. Heather two questions. One is on that whether you saw it as a possible sign of progress that there was so much time wasted on dr suess instead of and you saw some of this but it wasn't didn't get as much energy or maybe well i want want your thoughts on this the work requirement. That was argued about in terms of the child tax. Credit seem to have a lot of the resonances that you talk about the idea. That people are getting free money. So i wanted your thoughts on. Why just sort of how that played out and why seemed and this is. I may be wrong about this. But dr seuss getting more energy than what you might have expected twenty years ago which would have been an entire party spending its time on the work requirement and then secondly president biden's going to go out and and try to post talk. Explain what the american rescue plan is in his doing that. One thing that interest me in the polling is if you look at the support for the plan which is widespread among republicans those republicans who supported the most. I think it's like sixty percent in. The pupil are those who make less than sixty thousand dollars. And i wonder if there's an opportunity here for the president to make inroads with those voters along policy lines or whether that's impossible because of the culture values stuff that you're talking about. I don't think it's impossible. John you know that it is the only way we do need a cross racial working class coalition and i heard that i out of the mouths of white and black fast food workers in kansas city. Right these are people who are making seven twenty five an hour. They're the most derided folks in our economy right..

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"zero w" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

08:54 min | 2 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Gabfest ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire heather. Mcghee has written some of us. What racism costs everyone and how we can prosper together. It's a superb new book about race and self interest and a poisonous self destructive tendencies in american life in which white people will destroy nice things rather than let black and brown people share them and this is a book that will that will change the way you look at a lot of issues so heather. Welcome to the gap best. I am sorry to make you do this. But when you come up with are stuck having to explain it to every new audience that you need. I know you've done this. A million times bob dylan had a rolling stone. Low an empty swimming pool. Please explain. I am so excited for the song about the pool. I'm so excited about the pool. So this country Used to have nearly two thousand public swimming pools and they were built in the thirties and forties as part of this building boom in the new deal era of public amenities parks libraries schools. And these were not just any pools. These were grand resort style pools that held like thousands of swimmers and yet like much of the new deal. Government expenditures and policies. Many of the pools across the country were segregated in for whites only and so when in the fifties and sixties black families were empowered to sue an advocate and say. Hey those are our tax dollars. We want our kids to swim. To and and towns were threatened with desegregation of their public pools. Many of them opted to drain their public pools rather than integrate them. And the reason why. That's the central metaphor in my book. Is that it meant that a public good was lost. It was made life worse for white families for the entire community. It sort of gutted. This core piece of public infrastructure. That was in many cases the heart of the community. It meant that wealthier families were able to just sort of build a backyard pool. Which is what we began to see all over the country and private swim clubs cropped up everywhere so what was once a public. Amenity became a private luxury. Black families lost out completely right. They never got to enjoy that kind of government largess and commitment to a decent standard of living there was a cost for everyone and that to me was a very helpful tips of what happened when we moved radically in drastically from a new deal era of social democracy with an asterisk erase asterisk to the neoliberal inequality era that followed right on the heels of the civil rights movement. So one of the points. I think that you make following from what you said. Is that the right in. This country has used raises a wedge issue. Not that the left has been by any means. Perfect but that that's been politically very powerful weapon. And i think and tell me if i have this right that you were then arguing that the left cannot afford to pretend that's not happening yes. The democrats have to address race head on because republicans are using it as a wedge issue. It's going to be in all of their political messaging and advertising and so democrats liberals have to respond. I wonder what you think about some polling that suggests that democrats are better talking about popular stuff framing things more universally even if they really do have more benefits for that. That address racial justice i. I'm sure you 'cause that's like a big threat right now in the democratic party. How do we message. Should we be sort of elevating these issues that can unite even and then sort of quietly benefiting people who have lost out in the past. I wonder what you think about that issue of how we talk about this so i think this is really important. What effective communication both means that the communicator tells their story and that the communicator knows how audience is going to receive it right. What are the frames and filters that the audience has and so in the some of us identify this zero sum world view this idea that progress where people of color has to come at white folks expense. A dollar in my pocket means dollar less than yours and if that is the worldview. Didn't yes when you talk about racial justice. In a way that emphasizes white privilege and talks about what is needed to equalize things for black and brown communities you do activate that zero-sum mindset and the right wing makes that zero-sum story the breakfast lunch and dinner of their clinical messaging. And so you've got recognized that the zero sum as there but what that doesn't mean is that the left can afford to skip over race because that world view is already there so even when you talk about things like raising the minimum wage and supporting families and cancelling student debt those government programs activate a racialized framework in the white imagination anyway. And so what you have to do is speak to it head on you have to actually name that zero sum framework. Say that it's wrong. Actually say that the right wing is using racial division to divide us and and the result is to line the pockets of the wealthy. That's the political messaging research that we did at dino's five years ago that continues to be relevant today. But the idea is that you can't skip over race but you have to talk about the way that racism has a cost for everyone and you have to call it out as a political tool of the plutocrats. And that's how you marry this sort of class left with the race left. That's how you do a multi-racial populism that leaves particular weight. And also frankly latino voters better armed to listen to the right wing and dispense with their messages even after you're done talking with them heather. What happens if they're not even necessarily listening to the right wing. They just have this view wherever they happen to have gotten it from. What did you learn i mean. Is this through the race class narrative project that you came up with the narratives for how to solve this problem. Because i think would emily's talking about as the polling that shows some of those issues that you talked about have big support and then when you sell them as race based or raise identified the support diminishes. Yeah how do you construct the narrative in a way that takes care of that. Well i think that the there's nobody who's not listening to the right wing big. you know. we have to recognize that there. Eight times louder at all times Then a progressive message truly progressive message so that zero story is absolutely amplified today through right wing media but it's very old right in the book trace where it even came from right. It was the cord justification for the creation of a racial hierarchy to excuse and justify slavery and stolen land and stolen labor. And so it's very old and it also means that today we both can't ignore the race elements that are always underneath any conversation about government right. There's a sixty percentage point difference between american 's support for increased government spending if they have low levels of racial racial resentment versus if they have high levels of racial resentment when you talk about government and the economy. You're activating racial tropes. However that's why. I think it's important to talk about race and racism as a tool that is being used in order to make everybody poor and so it's both always saying of course that racism hurts people of color first and worst and it's also saying that racism as used by a right-wing elite ease in fact taking money out of your pocket. It's not your brown and black neighbors. That are taking money out of your pocket. Because if they were doing it go they. Don't have it right. it's actually the folks that are winning from a divided from a divided people from a divided working middle class. So heather when you have your framework in your head which i now do of this zero sum nature of so many of the issues that were facing the framing of zero-sum. You start to see it everywhere you see it. In in transportation funding you see it in a higher education public higher education funding..

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"zero w" Discussed on Manager Tools

Manager Tools

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on Manager Tools

"So week one is i we you and your team work on stuff. So zero week is the stuff. They're not working on stuff but again there's interesting work and thinking now for a longtime community members and listeners. You know this is a form of an extension of our guidance. Never introduce a change to how you manage your team without first introducing that change to your team before you make rumor guys when you're doing something new. You almost always have a head. Start on your team you do. You don't realize it but you do. You've been thinking about it longer. You've been dealing with the potential negatives and trying to craft solutions to them or realizing they're not as big a deal or you don't care. It is a negative but it's so small compared to the larger positive that you're willing to go forward even if you brief your team in week one you will have been thinking about things that are relevant beforehand. You will be smarter and because it's you that has the power to do it and they are underneath your power the fact that you're doing it and you've thought about it and you're positive about it doesn't change the fact that in every single situation like this your role power and the newness to them adds a a modicum pincher dash of fear to it because they know you know stuff they don't know and they don't know what you know that's part of the problem with communication generally and look as a general rule and there certainly are exceptions. I can think of several. It's best in terms of making an announcement about something in zero week is to do it to the whole team. I don't understand why people mike you've probably heard me. Ask this at conferences. But i get this all the time well. Why wouldn't i do that in a one on one. Well first of all. You don't want the person who you're telling in a one on one to wonder if anybody else is going to hear this You also don't want them to ask a question that somebody else can ask and you're going to have to answer it twice. You don't want them to ask a question that nobody else hears so they don't learn from your answer and so there there are times i don't a lie but people don't seem to get the maybe it's until they do one on ones they don't understand that one on one is designed to improve relationship with an individual and a staff. Meeting has nothing to do with exactly. Yeah but as a general you'd want to do this in your staff meaning. If you have a morning stand up. You could do it in the morning. Stand up that'd be a great opportunity to zero week announcement. Hey folks by the way next week in staff. I'm going to be briefing. You on once or feedback or it could be something completely different like a change in metrics at the bosses been working on and they just want you think about that stuff. I don't want you to come. You don't have to prepare anything. But i want you to have thought about it. Talk about it and so on. If you have questions come ask me. And i'll be happy to do my best going back to your comment about doing a staff meeting. I can't tell you how many times i said something to somebody. That in my head is clearly public information yet in. I find from one of th- this person's peers. They come to say john told me about axe. I known about it for two weeks. I didn't think i could talk to you about it. Because i think he told he. I thought he told me in confidence because he heard for you. It's like why is like what because it was told to john. Mary didn't realize that it was public information nor did john. John made the assumption that i don't know if you know but the ball yet. So you're so your point is in fact. John may be attempting to exert his new john privilege over over but my my point is that that he he adds to the general logistical frustration of trying to brief everybody individually in a one on one. He assumes to his own benefit and stature that everything told him in on one is private. That's what you're saying and when in fact it's not yeah people's do that in the particular case zarroli. He was trying to impress mary. Yeah now change the names. And i'll tell you after the call the real then you go. Oh of course yeah a test kitchen now that's really good And by the way this is another reason this little side note. We're avenir guises and other reasons. Why staff meetings are d- rigor in oregon is large organizations. You just don't. You're not a modern modern professional manager. Unless you have weekly staff meeting with your staff sorry. Everyone hears everyone else questions. No one has any question whether anybody else knows to mikes plant about john and mary. Everybody knows everybody's questions. everybody knows. It's public information dialogue can occur cross pollination better ideas you want to do that. Do not try to force things on people who are different than you by saying. No changes can be made there are. There are hard and fast rules but the vast majority of hard and fast rules are not made with announcements so thinking about this using it for one on ones for rolling out one on ones feedback a week before the formal briefing. Let everyone know they'll be timing your next staff meeting for your briefing. You'll need fifteen minutes guys. Feel free to send out slides at this time..

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"zero w" Discussed on Manager Tools

Manager Tools

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on Manager Tools

"More keep listening here. We go folks cited to announce that there are still places in the world where we can do in person training and one of those places silicon valley. I will be presenting three days worth of training in silicon valley next month in march march. Twenty three twenty four and twenty five first day unusual for us effective hiring manager conference. And i encourage you to get interested in that one quickly if you can't it started to sell out and then followed by the effective manner conference on the last day my favorite day of training to deliver the effective communicator conference Three days in person and we encourage you to come to the website and sign up see. They're really before where the show notes. I was confused. Because i've been invited to meetings before called zero week and i thought because pretty much zero and personally figure papers. Welcome to zero week population. You my lord so me late but yeah by the way before i get started i have to say i. I'm sure that many longtime listeners are listening and Please don't write me and tell me that you just heard coffee pouring Every once in a while. I get emails from people saying i wish you wouldn't make this noise or you know i heard you drinking coffee. Whatever it is now almost eleven thirty pacific time on a friday. And i have been on the phone non-stop save for bathroom. Breaks since five thirty this morning six hours. If i don't drink something which does by the way increasing bathroom visits. I won't. I won't be able to the podcast so sorry. There's probably some background pouring noise. I apologize for that. I was pouring from my stainless steel coffee. Carafe that i have to have a coffee maker that makes into stainless steel. So that i could put it right on my desk rather than having something that needs to be heated and i was pouring into my stainless steel yeti cup. That was a gift from my daughter. Kate and my son drake has mark on one side and stay frosty on the other. Oh very nice you go. Nice since your. Ira put the decide that said mark facing you right. Actually it's weird Well i drink coffee right ended and it's actually away from me. Stay rosty toward me. That makes apps weird but just so non highlight so okay. We broken our rule of trying to get right to things. Yeah yeah let's get right to it so zero week. What is your week mean. Look everybody has a first week right. Start of a project. We're doing first week. Well i mean for years. Me and a mini mini folks at proctor and gamble and other places have talked about zero week the week before you start and one of the things i've learned over the years is your preparation for the week before should include your team. The problem is the moment you say. Preparation people think. Oh that means work. No no yeah you have work okay to get ready for your presentation that you're gonna give the following week but you might well pre-announced things so so for any project or initiative you're starting announce it to your team even before you start and so you announce it during zero week and look the high tempo world we're all living in my. We just had our operations weekly operations meeting this morning. It's never been higher. I mean we're we created new products. We have existing products to serve. We have listener growth. We have we have client growth. We have public conference growth at what that does is it causes managers to get away from the basic blocking and tackling to start new ideas to implement things. Now you might choose to implement less because my folks were swamped. And that's okay. There's nothing wrong with that but our point is if you're going to start something you ought to do it. Well speed is good and we we. Actually i believe. Speed is one of the most unsung competitive advantages as there are in the world. It's one of the reasons why small companies are allowed to grow and why people don't like big companies because they lose their ability to have speed because there are so many parts to get an alignment so speed is good but like it or not in the long run communication and alignment and better choices. Because you've been communicating are pretty darn important to and zero week just gives a chance to do that. That's how often what's what's the outline..

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"zero w" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

07:29 min | 5 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Feedback from the fans. And like i said it's the only place where you can get a kilo for sixty dollars so last time. If you're currently a fan of adam gaudio dot com. Get yourself a sixty dollar kilo all right. Let's get back into the show. The other thing. That is the really that like the worst part about the rules is like any type of government enforcement of them. That's like always the worst part but the other thing and has been true through. All of cova does that. It gives rise to all these like would be authoritarians. Who just don't have the means or ability to be authoritarian. So there's like all of these people you know they're so. My wife went to a supermarket with my mother-in-law last week. And she they were telling me that the story so they're at a supermarket. You know just shopping together and This there masked up because you have to be in a mask at the supermarkets and then some other older woman was like masked up and she comes over and starts a you know like you know looking at fruit or something. I don't know that she's like you know close to them. And some guy comes over and he goes. Excuse me are you guys together. And they were like No we're not and then the woman just walked away or whatever and the guy comes back over to my my wife and mother-in-law gross. I noticed guys weren't together. I just wanted to make sure she wasn't getting too close to you. And both of them just bitched out. This guy he thought he was going to come over and just be like this kind of like a noble. What a white knight or something like that. And they were like she's fine. Why don't you mind your own business. Just sent him away with his by italian jersey family. They're fucking the best but they were right away just like you know. I mean without without being this route. They were both vegetables. You quit. Yeah yeah. I mean more or less like that was the implication. I think they weren't like that shitty about it. But they made him feel tiny which was completely appropriate. And i'm glad they did it. Because it's like a buddy how. 'bout you fucking mind your own goddamn business. You want to be a hero. Go actually help somebody fucking the cats over there. You can see what fits best in the ass all well. I don't know what they're from boston anyway. But it but it's shit like that where it's like. Oh now. Mr little vulcan busy body would be authoritarian fucking dushi. You're gonna come over and start right on. i just hate it. I hate this the fact that you have leaders who are promoting this type of culture truly sick however anyway. What's much worse than that is that you know ruining people's lives and it does seem to me that the number of people and this is one of the real silver linings one of the real positive signs. Is that the number of people who are not just over this shed or see through the bullshit of lockdowns the number of people who are actually prepared to start resisting them seems to be growing and that is a really really good sign in me and you were talking briefly before the podcast and you made the point that one of the things. That's really hard about doing this. Round of lockdowns is that generally people know a lot more about the virus. Now right like that's the point you were making now. I was just saying at this point. You can't pretend like people aren't educated about the virus and so people should be allowed to make decisions for themselves. I a venue saturday night. Decided to rent me their location. I'd fans that decided to show up. I decided to drive there and go and do a show. We all know the risks of covid. We decided that we wanted to do that. The fact that government's gonna tell you can't operate your business. You're not allowed to like walter. Still working every news anchor. That's telling you you're not allowed to work. They're working right now. What right do they have to tell you. You're not allowed to your business and then the idea that people aren't educated enough at this point to make their decision like maybe you could say week one knows what these viruses so until we educate the public. We gotta we gotta make things closed until people know that they need. Everyone knows now. They're making decisions for it's crazy. Yeah well it's you see right like and and this is Of course like the constant beam that's going on is that you have all of these people. And and i would say i would take a little bit more like i. I would at least have more respect for someone who was advocating. We need to shut all these things down. If they were one of the people getting shut down and getting screwed over. You know like you get at least like listen to that person a little bit more if there was some small business owner whose business has been destroyed. Who's fallen behind on their mortgage. Who's literally doesn't know how they're going to get their next meal or how. They're going to pay their next bell and they were like look but this is we just have to do this anyway. All right you can at least listen to that person. The when you got some like fucking. I don't know cable news host. Who's making millions of dollars a year and has been their job. Security has been protected the entire time. If you have some you know some some congressman or congresswoman. Who's making six figures. Whose job is protected this whole time. Someone in the teachers union. Something like that. it's like. Yeah maybe you should shut the fuck up like maybe maybe no one's gonna really Respect your opinion on this and then you have people like this fucking restaurant on staten island. That case was getting a lot of attention where they're they're in a different position. They've already lost everything this year and they're like no. This is this. Is it for us. You know we've already put you know. Hundreds of thousands of of small businesses out permanently and there seems to be like no concern about the ones that that could still survive. If you just let them do you just let allow what you just described like at this point. Everybody is aware of kobe. What is everybody knows. What the risks are so. Can't we logically deduce that the people who would still be willing to go to work or the people who would still be willing to go to you know to be customers at that place of business are all you know like okay. Well we are comfortable taking this risk Like what's the problem with that. And then of course the argument will always be like. Oh yeah but what about the risks. For other people than they go home and see grandma. It's like okay so that's on grandma that then. She's taking that risk by seeing other people. If she wants to not take risks she can isolate herself. But let the let the rest of us who who actually wanna live. Our lives do so But i also had an article about the the guy in staten island pulled up. Let me see. If i can find that is that the guy was just like keeping my restaurant opened at this point. Yeah he he went on tucker carlson and was like i'm keeping my restaurant open and he ultimately ended up getting arrested and this has happened with a lot of people who have gone on a tucker show and basically you know told tucker's huge audience that That they're going to defy the rules and stay open even when they're told not to while the the state comes down to make an example out of them so they they actually arrested this guy and then a whole bunch of people Drew huge protests. This was in staten island. And again this just goes to the tactics of the corporate press and you noticed again. These are like you know. This is how they claim to be doing journalism. But their agenda is right there. It's so thinly veiled their agendas right underneath it so.

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"zero w" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Like criticizing the gen z generation. That just really bothers me. Like it's like you're like you're the parents and you're talking about how horrible your children's generation as well then that's kind of a reflection on you. You raised them. It's like if if my daughter you know grew up to be like a really bad person. And then i'm just they're like look. What a terrible person she is because yeah that's a reflection on you. Actually that means you failed like that's your whole job in life was to produce a good person So anyway that just really bothered me. But then it was just the selective outrage you remember the video of the The an nbc reporter. Who's fucking demonizing the guy. Walking by for not wearing a mask this guy this guy right here. Not wearing a mask and he goes. You're cameraman's not wearing a mask. And he actually then. The video came out where he had his cell phone video. Yeah is cameraman sending a few feet away from him. He's not wearing a mask but the guy's not sitting there you know doing the report going you know my cameraman's not wearing a mask right now. I'm pretty outraged about that. You have to people not wearing a mask in his immediate vicinity but she gets to choose who he is so this is the thing about social norms. When there's not a fair application of of you know the people who are deemed violating the rules it can be. it becomes a a real tool for authoritarianism. Like okay. well we're gonna you're the bad one and so you know what is it you know. It's a the you made a good point before like a big part of it. Is that the trump guys are like openly saying look. We don't agree with all of these restrictions or at least we're not gonna follow up. They're like we're going to have rallies if people don't want to wear masks they don't have to wear masks. Were for going back to work. We're gonna have a christmas party at the white house. We're going to do all of this. We're just doing it so whatever we live our lives but the reality of the situation is that everybody is living their life to the best of their abilities at this point and all of the powerful people. they're all still living their lives from the fucking. Was that mayor in chicago. Who went to go get her haircut. Nancy pelosi is getting her haircut without a mask on dianne. Feinstein was seen without a mask on faucher. She's been videotaped without a mask on newsom Is out to dinner. Cuomo been videotaped without a mask on like all of these people. It's there it's all full of shit yet. If any of them positive for covid we don't start going or at least the corporate press doesn't start going. Oh this is our fault and what who have. They spread it to and stuff like this. You know it's just not reported this way. I saw the Here is that. I had pulled up here. Cheap i can find it the So over at cnn dot com right and this is these are the tactics of the core press right like this is how they report on things and kind of give you this impression like. I mean we're just doing hard news here but the way they do. Hard news is so revealing of their agenda. So here's reading from a cnn dot com articles by jeremy. Diamond up so Here here's the article. Rudy giuliani president. Donald trump's personal attorney in the face of his longshot. Legal challenges to overturn. The presidential election results has been hospitalized after testing positive for covid nineteen. I mean look. I pick on that too much but you could. Also you know like you could also say rudy giuliani former mayor of new york or something like that but you know anyway whatever That's how they the seventy six year old former. New york mayor was admitted to georgetown university hospital on sunday. A source familiar with the matter. Confirm to cnn. Giuliani appears to confirm his positive diagnosis hours. After it was announced on twitter by trump by tweeting that he's getting great care and feeling good. there have been no additional details provided about his condition. And it's unclear whether giuliani received a positive test for a when giuliani received a positive tests for covid nineteen. He and his spokeswoman have not responded to. cnn's request for comment now. Here wasn't this now. This is this is the tactics of the corporate press right. The news immediately raised concerns about the extent to which who frequently appeared maskless while criss crossing the country in recent weeks to trump's baseless claims of election fraud may have spread the virus public officials. So this is this is the attitude like when giuliani gets kobe. The news immediately raised concerns. Well did it or are you just insert. This is how they like insert their narrative into what supposed to be an objective news piece. You know the the news immediately raised concern because he's been going all around all the time You know advancing trump's baseless claims so right away. It's like he's been needlessly doing this bullshit all over the country and by the way he didn't have a mask on right so now it's okay if you're our political enemy if you get covid to start saying it's your fault forgetting covid Who else have you given cova too by the way. You didn't really even need to be out there doing this. I mean it is i suppose. Essential work according to the corporate press yet just for example right so What's her name. Fuck i think it's stephanie.

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"zero w" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

The Sustainable Futures Report

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"zero w" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

"Hello I'm Antony. Day. It's Friday the ninth of October and in this week sustainable futures report I'm looking at projects drawdown mentioned by Black Shepherd of PW. See last week's report. The UK Prime Minister this week set out his view green future on laid great emphasis all of the wind. As. Good News Bad News on waste and there are compensating claims which may not be old they seemed to be. The UK aims to achieve net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty. And also plans to open a new coal mine. Bill Gates is pessimistic about tackling climate change Greenpeace is dropping rocks and the F. Shot Prize is announced. Meanwhile, as weeks wildfires come to an end in. California. There are forests still ablaze as far apart as Brazil Ukraine and stole Alex brings floods fatalities to Italy and France. Lost Year. Australia suffered its worst wildfires that twenty twenty wildfire season is just beginning. Last week, we mentioned a book called drawdown. In fact, there's much more than a book founded in Twenty Fourteen Project drawdown is a nonprofit organization that seeks to help the World Leach drawdown the future pointed time when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline. The drawdown review just published defines drawdown critical turning point. Review is the first major updates since the original but was published in two thousand seventeen. The office believed that drawdown a far more demanding target. The net zero can be achieved by twenty fifty or even by the mid twenty forties. They summarize ten aspects of the project. Plus Role, we can do it. While governments and corporations on taking action, it's nowhere near the speed, all the scale required and emissions continuing to rise..

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"zero w" Discussed on SVP & Russillo

SVP & Russillo

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"zero w" Discussed on SVP & Russillo

"Oh that's mother's Day mock mother's Amok. I don't know if we're GONNA do it this year. I mean it's more like talked about as being like a thing than it is an actual thing but There's there's one person in our friends. Fantasy football league typically talks about the mother's Day mock starts putting up breakdowns of you know who's GonNa go. What round and Pr League's rookies? To keep an eye on things of that nature. So yeah in the past. We've had mother's Day marks or at least conversation about Mothers Day marks which is is good as a mother's Day mark All right Here we go testing your memory. All Right Yep what did you do to celebrate your twenty first birthday I think I managed. I was managing a pool It was Stonegate I WANNA say the name of the Pool I managed. I was the coach. The swim team there which is Kinda funny. I didn't know anything about coaching to swim. Team but So I was a swim team coach. You're certain coach. That didn't know anything about swimming. Correct I really. There were many strokes. I couldn't swim like I couldn't swim. A number of the strokes like for the billion dollars. I can't do the butterfly but there I was coaching them up God what a fraudulent thing that was. So that's I don't remember I didn't like I didn't I wasn't one of those guys that went out and drank until I puked I just because I had to get up early and and manage a pool shot up stonegate and swim team. Yup why what was dating. Nah I just was curious. You know people are celebrating. May the fourth be with you. It's twenty first birthday and everybody usually has a twenty first birthday story so Cinco de Mayo. Also you could do that stinking. Good celebrate that Jordan went to Phoenix with one. Su He told the story all right. You're going down to Florida for a couple of days. Are you packing any close? A great question. I've been thinking about this we got a spot down there where. I've left stuff and every time I go. I bring stuff and then when I get there I realized I have stuff so I kind of like a social experiment. I WanNa see what happens if I don't bring anything. Do I have enough stuff to wear or or will I be having a social distance nude l? I know I actually have enough stuff. I think so. I'm not bringing stuff that I don't bring anything. That's that's A. That's that's great great council right there. 'cause I don't need to bring anything you know. I'm not going anywhere. I have to dress up. There's nowhere to go. Although in Florida there are some I there's some places that I think there are open But I I got nowhere to go like. What am I gonNA bring a Tuxedo? No I'm just gonNA wear flip flops. Hang out get my Guy Charlie. My little my little Guy Charlie swimming now. He's in the pool doing some doing some good good work. So make sure you can float no-shirt on You Know Charlie's charged not into shirts as we have. We covered that on the podcast. I think we have. He's he's like a crazy little redback that guy A lot of shirt wear in his life but doubted down in Florida. Where it's nice outside all the time you know it. It's no need for shirt. So no major stay. He may just take up shop down there and be like Like moondog that's Mocatta mcconaghy's character in our old movie was marred The moondog movie House the name of the movie. The Beach Club called the beach. Pump snoop fairly snoop the slipped in some real. We'd into a scene in Montana. Hey was was baked. Like Alaska off his rocker action. Imagine that imagine. You're shooting a movie when I'm with snoop and it's new. Pre being snoop as medicinal level. I'm sure not Willie Nelson level. Although I snoop explained. He tried to smoke. He tried to smoke with Willie Nelson and snoop said. Try to kill me. Like how high how high must Willie Nelson be able to get and still maintain if you can if you can put SMO- snoop to take to just tap out? Take a twenty. Make it a full. I have no idea how we got to that in the end. That's what we're going to this with. Imagine how high snoop and Willie were when they smoked? I think that's the end of the podcast. Are you gonNA come back from Florida? Yeah I have to because we gotta do. The last dance shows very important. We're very happy to be asked to do so. I'll be back mother's Day. Mock happy mom all the MOMS out there. I don't know if we still have flowers sponsors. We used to be big in the flower space. But I don't I don't care if we are we are saying your mom flowers You know tell me a liberal that good stuff and Yeah we'll see you next Sunday night on sports center in stay safe. Wash your hands wash you but..

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"zero w" Discussed on SVP & Russillo

SVP & Russillo

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"zero w" Discussed on SVP & Russillo

"That. Some is better than you. Sometimes it can be the mere suggestion that someone is is even mentioned in the same sentence as George. What's a good Jackie macmullan? Michael Wilbon are with us. I've got some thoughts on Jordan coby and his relationships with his peers. Later in one. Big thing I want to begin with the value of grudges and slights. Clyde Drexler. Didn't do anything wrong. Michael Somebody just had the audacity to. He was good at basketball. Compared to Michael Michael had to smash them. How much did you get the sense? That Michael Jordan used these grudges as fuel to just to destroy. I'm one hundred percent. Certain of it. Scott are member going to Chicago early in the season writing for the Washington. Post to do a story on Alonzo Mourning. Lonzo scored a lot more than people thought he would coming out of college out of. Georgetown and I go to locker room. Pre-game and I'm asking Michael. About about Alonzo Mourning in Michael's talk. He goes wait a minute. You came home to your hometown and my town to write about a Georgetown Kid and Michael Love. Getting on George. I love you saw tonight. Patrick Alonzo loved it. Loved getting on me. Love them respect him but he wanted to crush them and he said to me you flew home. You came here in this locker room to ask me about Alonzo Mourning. What are you gonNA write in The Washington Post Tomorrow? He has nothing and I said well. What do you mean? Nothing's what what do not not understand about nothing. Well when a when the Lonzo warning when Michael Jordan went out of the game because they were winning by thirty allows oh three points he had three. But which would you have to know about? Michael is he also says okay after it's over he's no longer angry. Scott and he says listen. Don't ask me about Alonzo a front. Everybody come on back. We'll talk about it and I go back and I said would you kill him because he's going to be a great player he's got this and this and this and this but in that time in their short time he needed to get himself go and maybe that night maybe he wasn't angry as he drove in and he needed something which did oh the wrath of which. I felt and I love that about him. People get offended. I thought this is the essence of who he is. This separates him from everybody else. Sounds.

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"zero w" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"zero w" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"Went through this long litany of grievances he had against immigrants in this country particularly those from what he referred to a Shithole countries. And all the while Stephen Miller once again standing at the perimeter of the room listening to that comment and he knows that it's mission accomplished. He's done what he he he wanted to do. The immigration immigration hardliners have won there would be no DACA deal. The fate of the dreamers would be in the hands of the courts you awake ago Central Americans Cross from Guatemala into Mexico. Eleven hundred Central American immigrants now in the spring of two thousand eighteen from the justice. It's just department sessions and Miller would raise the ante. It was time to crack down on the border former. DHS Secretary Jay Johnson they wanted to send a deterrent message to a very dramatic way in the hope that they would scare. These people often have them stay. In Central America. Sessions released this tough directive using the word Asia Zero Tolerance Chris Comeback so jeff sessions is using the authority that was retained in the Attorney General's office and he recognizes. He's got a lot of levers that he can pull. He's got a lot of tools that he can use in their everyone. Who crosses the border would be prosecuted even even families with children? If you smuggle illegal aliens across our border then we will prosecute her earn if you are smuggling a child then we will prosecute you and that child may be separated operated from you as required by law became known as family separation. The Mike the Travel Ban and DACA family separation quickly turned into a crisis as the images were released. When young children are pulled from the arms of their mother raced it ushers in a part of America and a history assertive America that people are going to look at for years to come as the defining moments of the trump presidency former? DHS official Leona Rodriguez ask. Children were separated from the adults with whom they arrived in. There wasn't meticulous Association Association of those children with those adults. The agent agent says well we have an orchestra. Here right for missing is a conductor. Here's the thing that I think broke. America's former Congressman Luis Gutierrez. They know what they were doing. They weren't even keeping tabs apps on where these children who their parents are where their parents were at. That's what they did. All it's doing is showcasing. Oh casing unbelievable of separating though what is calling which Stephen Miller insisted it was all part of a grand design so when I talked to Miller. He said that he believes any time. The country is focused on immigration. The president is winning McKay coppins so when you're at the border getting footage of crying children being ripped from the arms of their mothers that would seem to most people people like bad a bad development for the president to Stephen Miller. He thinks that this is just drawing the attention once again to the issue that we care about most and and he sees that as a win anger over the trump administration's policy of separating immigrant children from from their families and lawmakers are voicing their anger over the found growing outrage over family speak separated at the fuller controversial quickly consumed washer. Marvin Marvin adjusted. The White House faces growing backlash of anger for weeks. The president and the White House. We're under saw struggling to explain and defend the practice at this downhiller. Wanted to stay the course. The president's own family were strongly on the other side yesterday. Seventy kits today seventy kids once again trump capitulated signing an executive order. I consider to be very important. Executive Order is about keeping families together feels very strongly. My wife does very strongly about it. I feel very strongly. I think anybody with heart with bill strongly about. We don't like to see family. Emily separated this takes care of the thank you. I'm very disappointed in President Donald Trump. I think he's not getting the best advice on. This is very disturbed surgeons had again and lost control of what Bannon had called the imperfect instrument trump signs an executive order for the ten minutes. It's GONNA survive. US Attorney General is stepping stepping down. Apparently at the request of press a few months later Jeff sessions was finally out Jeff sessions the attorney. General of the United States has submitted. His letter of Red Stephen Miller alert would be the only one of the original insurgents. Still on the inside. Your face sessions didn't survive and Bannon didn't survive but Miller who's the ultimate survivor has managed to outlast pretty much everyone the ramifications are many Miller is talented bureaucratic in fighter. Josh Joie Green Miller understood that in order to survive and have influenced with Donald Trump. You need to consistently display a fanatical degree of loyalty. Uh Miller has always been willing to do that. Publicly in private record number of families have arrived at the southern border in recent months. What's hundred forty four thousand? That is the highest touch signaled. He was scaling back zero tolerance but there was an unintended consequence. The number of migrants increased families surged after the trump administration and the ending of the policy has a pretty pronounced effect on the numbers of people. People show enough Julie Hirschfeld Davis the WORD GETS BACK to Central America. That zero tolerance not really zero tolerance anymore. That if you come with a child in fact you will not be separated from that child right now. Fox Van an invasion. It's not a caravan. It's an invasion. We have every right to be able to protect our borders at this hour. The president of caravans footage on Fox News Jonathan Hyphen Blitzer and starts to fulminate against them and it becomes to him this image of a border being overrun three thousand people were apprehended at the southern border. Last month month Robert Costa the president grows angrier and angrier by the week as he continues to hear new numbers new data data about. What's happening at the border? He can fly into fits of rage. Miller doesn't discourage this at all for Miller. The crisis was an opportunity. The three election season twenty eighteen midterms trump was a campaign to the president's going all out for the next few days hosting Tan Dan rallies across the nation focusing on new illegal immigration. Who would fire up the crowd? We want to be a sanctuary. For Law Levine America it's not criminally. We're not playing games because you look at what's junior. That's an invasion. President uses that to drum up his election push in the midterms and calls that election. The Election Caravan was also the beginning of trump's own reelection campaign the the closer we get twenty twenty the more this president and his advisers are saying immigration is our fire. That's the fire. Are we put in our torch to try to win. Twenty twenty determined not to lose his base trump was firmly doc on the side of the insurgents. Now Miller would call the shots. Da Tests Immigration official. Can Coach Anneli. Stephen Miller is bill point point person at the president side on the immigration issue. He is a driving force in any has an awful lot of knowledge that he brings is to bear at the president's right hand Miller pushed controversial executive action at eight zero regulation that will allow migrant families first cutting back on refugees administration changing the rules for migrants hoping to claim asylum in the United States has with trump detail with billions from the Pentagon from the military to build his border wall targets hundreds of thousands of slashing Legal Immigration Thracian issuing a regulation nations. That would deny green cards for legal immigrants point immigrants wealth shooting rates across the country. Thousands of people nationwide are bracing now for ice ice rates president. Trump's order to begin refused. The talkative kids might be left. Parentless in the process makes it all the more call that the biggest worksite immigration enforcement operation. This could close down our southern war. It had been six years since that dinner at the Breitbart Embassy. Amount zero-tolerance won the day from dinner. We had we brought border security up to the forefront right right now we actually engage as a nation and I think in two thousand twenty is even going to be more of a centerpiece in the national debate as it should be for sessions banning Miller. It was all part of a grand design. We are now debating all the topics Donald Trump's turf. Okay okay that in the in in January two thousand thirteen. That looked like a pipedream today. That's the reality.

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"zero w" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"zero w" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And don't feel bad because we told your neighbor next door all he's gotten as a smart car because he doesn't need anything more than their that's not the kind of understanding of being a free man in a Republic that I have that's just a bit odd four one zero W. C. R. six eighty two Hillandale and Harvey Harvey good morning walk with the Freddie free for all I care I like to change the subject by subject deals with the Philadelphia situation right he said there for trying to protect these people get this Mad Dog Gallagher I don't see how it is on the street yes up to the district attorney in the prosecution got her knees and all but why here on the street secondly on me did you see all the blocks just milling around and harassing the cops who were trying to help out what's wrong with those people up there is with the water I don't know I call Casey's office this morning and a well I should come on you look like Fred Astaire you're dancing with me and I'm only going to do something when you gonna say something look at the management of the city in Philadelphia look what your product and I won't know until you were comes down to Harvey oz had some time to take a look at this the the reason is on the street as they have in their state's attorney up there really doesn't like to have people behind bars I think so that's not a fair what's the difference yeah exactly so you know wait our turn next I understand that and I appreciate that but then they want reparations wow one of the blacks pay for the blacks for reparations question when you're all over the field here that I'm not just throw it out there I would throw the questions I mean I don't understand these people are they slow or don't they understand what's being done for them for heaven's sake I mean yeah I'll tell you my understanding is that this is not a Harvey this is not a hundred Harvey hold on hold on this is not a preponderance of the group right this is not a preponderance of the other group there it was a section of the population and I suspect that dog many of the people there were actually grateful to have the police there but that's not the image problem that come across well again I think it was just a portion of the population it's a fair district at a ways like district seven here ball more come on you make your point thank you very much appreciated four one zero W. CBM sixty eighty the verse always show this is their Friday free for all Hey a majority all the new clients for the law offices of Michael if Freeman come because guys like me a former client recommends them here's the deal if you're an accident then handed over likely free but I did thank you what's your routine their services you can just concentrate on getting better and are getting back to work as soon as possible reasons they handle all the other time consuming and aggravating details the reporting the accident getting insurance coverage stuff straight in the eyes report all that stuff the law offices of Michael a Freeman do for you for me the big thing was you have to have your lost wages or other cover expenses paid as soon as possible they prepare the administrative forms so that eligible lost wages can.

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"zero w" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"zero w" Discussed on KTRH

"My guest tonight on ground zero W. mostly the esoteric C. as I'd for everything and an amazing I that that also the show is a radio show online secret teachings at the fringe of em and he does a great job with that show if you wanna listen some really deep subjects into the rabbit hole that's the man right there Ryan gable with us tonight you know it I was also saying to myself it this seems kind of bizarre because it's like reverse it's like reverse causality away because you know I was doing a show awhile back about we called the mirror reverse and you know they say you that you know there is a mere verse I can try and find a mere verses backing stranger things started you're talking about the same thing the upside down the mirror sin Oak Ridge Tennessee is gonna be doing this experiment where they're gonna be firing into a wall they're gonna try and prove there's a mirror universe but here we have something that is quite weird like Amir universe we have the governor of Puerto Rico the proposed fifty first state of the United States right now just to disturb the I guess you call a province are common well and it's it's there and the guy put out it's nine hundred page document of belittling people and and saying bad things about people and then we have on our side instead of storming you know these guys storming the fifty first state a proposed fifty first state we have a plan to storm area fifty one but we have the same thing going on with our president with a group called the squad they say that he made racist statements in that he doesn't like women and that it all this stuff and then we have that rhetoric of I'm going to be a nightmare to you president trump it just gets worse and worse and worse and I'm worried that this is the mirror universe basically rearing its ugly head and we're having the area fifty one to mimicking what happened importer Rico it could get worse yeah cloud I'm I'm pretty sure that you're aware of something that Purdue University called the San tan to world simulation it's an Purdue University synthetic environment for analysis and simulations laboratory and it runs a constant processing of information of every single person man woman and child it's always searching for behavior patterns while producing and continuously running updated mirror models of the real world that can be used to produce any value wait future events in courses of action right this is the same kind of thing that Amazon said when when they announce that they could send you a package before you order it I think what's happening I've done a couple of shows on this that I've called invasion of the body snatchers that was one of the shows or talk about how all the information that we put into social media that we put into our phones in our computers it's creating a digital avatar of ourselves we're bloating selves to computers already yeah and in this process with all of this information all the patterns it can be determined what people are going to do before people make those decisions it can be determined how you are going to react so things artificially can be placed in your way like a mouse in a trap searching for the cheese in a labyrinth and they direct you in a certain direction and they can do this to all of society if you have the ability the technology in the know how in this in this psychological of psychiatric if you will understanding of how the human brain and how the mind work and I think that's really what this is we we've we've looked at it we've seen how social media has openly by some of its founders been said to exploit a basic human instinct you know for connectivity and things like that and I think what's happening is through social media it's a virtual simulation and we can create groups we can create realities through the social media that create a virtual world we can see like what's going to happen and then we can unleash it like magic into the real world right it's something that I've I've read up on before was talking about Q. in on you haven't called self organizing collective intelligence where the basic dynamics of a self organizing collective intelligence is that there isn't a tractor that were first here you at actor in tractor something gets our attention grabs our attention it distracts us it takes the energy from the group of people and then it it basically creeds bacon abstract ideas and and makes it look real when it may not be real joke like this area fifty one thing and then when they apply all their attention and energy to this self organizing collective intelligence it makes it more real makes it easier for people to grasp on to the the you know the the concept and eventually it creates a generative loop and when the jet of blue happens you start seeing a repeat performance somewhere else but in a war it's it's kinda like the one hundredth monkey theory but with the internet right and that and that creates the hive mind collective intelligence or the collective hive mind of the average person who otherwise wouldn't do these things but as part of a group fake as part of a hive mind the one that Google says they want by twenty thirty people think that they're going to be hooked up to like electrodes and maybe you will with the lawn mosques knurling brain ship but that's not how this works uploading yourself to a computer that's something that all of us have already started to do unless you are disconnected from everything technologically orders it's like the top it says like we're being held by these algorithms are like the strings that make our choices for us and so we're being you know carried around say Hey this area fifty one thing looks fine let's go do this all the while someone else got an idea to storm not area fifty one but the storm they you know this area where the the governor is in port Rico and they're they're storming it for the same reasons that trump got the squad angry at him you know and that was the theme that number that was the start of the fame of black mayor Bandersnatch where you are making the decision what to watch but the computer is determining what you want to do it's nudging you in a certain direction and then it's telling you what to watch next so you become the machine and the machine becomes the user that said that's pretty creepy the way this is all going down Ryan gable with this to them and ground zero you can call in tonight eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one at eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one back will.

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"zero w" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Yes in Ireland's ground zero W. mostly the esoteric C. as I'd for everything in that amazing I that that also the show is a radio show online secret teachings at the fringe of em and he does a great job with that show if you wanna listen some really deep subjects into the rabbit hole that's the man right there Brian Cabell with us tonight I was also saying to myself it this seems kind of bizarre because it's like reverse it's like reverse causality away because you know I was doing a show awhile back about we called the mirror reverse and you know they say that you know there is a mere riverside gonna try and find a mere verses backing stranger things started you're talking about the same thing the upside down in San Oak Ridge Tennessee is gonna be doing this experiment where they're gonna be firing into a wall in order to try and prove there's a mirror universe but here we have something that is quite weird like Amir universe we have the governor of Puerto Rico the proposed fifty first state of the United States right now just to just to yeah I guess you call a province are common well and it's it's there and the guy put out it's nine hundred page document of belittling people and and saying bad things about people and then we have on our side instead of storming you know these guys storming the fifty first state of proposed fifty first state we have a plan to storm area fifty one but we have the same thing going on with our president with a group called the squad they say that he made racist statements in that he doesn't like women in that it all this stuff and then we have that rhetoric of I'm going to be a nightmare to you president trump it just gets worse and worse and worse and I'm worried that this is the mirror universe basically rearing its ugly head and we're having the area fifty one to mimicking what happened importer Rico it could get worse yeah cloud I'm I'm pretty sure that you're aware of something that Purdue University called the San tan to world simulation it's an Purdue University synthetic environment for analysis and simulations laboratory and it runs a constant processing of information of every single person man woman and child it's always searching for behavior patterns while producing and continuously running updated mirror models of the real world that can be used to produce any value wait future events in courses of action right this is the same kind of thing that Amazon said when when they announced that they could send you a package before you order it I think what's happening I've done a couple of shows on this that I've called invasion of the body snatchers that was one of the shows were talked about how all the information that we put into social media that we put into our phones in our computers it's creating a digital avatar of ourselves we're not bloating selves to computers already yes and in this process with all of this information all the patterns it can be determined what people are going to do before people make those decisions it can be determined how you are going to react so things artificially can be placed in your way like a mouse in a trap searching for the cheese in a labyrinth and they direct you in a certain direction and they can do this to all of society if you have the ability the technology in the know how in this in this psychological psychiatric if you will understanding of how the human brain and how the mind work and I think that's really what this is we we've we've looked at it we've seen how social media has openly by some of its founders been said to exploit a basic human instinct you know for connectivity and things like that and I think what's happening is through social media it's a virtual simulation and we can create groups we can create realities through the social media that create a virtual world we can see like what's going to happen and then we can on Lee **** like magic into the real world right it's like something that I've I've read up on before was talking about she went on yeah man called self organizing collective intelligence where the basic dynamics of a self organizing collective intelligence is that there isn't a tractor that were first here you at actor a tractor something gets our attention grabs our attention it distracts us it takes the energy from the group of people and then it it basically creeds bacon abstract ideas and and makes it look real when it may not be real joke like this area fifty one thing and then when they apply all their attention energy to this self organizing collective intelligence it makes it more real makes it easier for people to grasp on to the that you know the the concept and eventually it creates a generative loop and with the children's bloop happens you start seeing a repeat performance somewhere else but in a war it's it's kinda like the one hundredth monkey theory but with the internet right and that then that creates the hive mind collective intelligence or the collective hive mind of the average person who otherwise wouldn't do these things but as part of a group fake as part of a hive mind the one that Google says they want by twenty thirty people think that they're going to be hooked up to like electrodes and maybe you will with the lan mosques knurling brain ship but that's not how this works uploading yourself to a computer that's something that all of us have already started to do unless you are disconnected from everything technologically it is it's like what happens is like we're being held by these algorithms are like the strings that make our choices for us and so we're being you know carried around say Hey this area fifty one thing looks fun let's go do this all the while someone else got an idea to storm not area fifty one but the storm they you know this area where the the governor is in port Rico and they're they're storming it for the same reasons that trump got the squad angry at him you know and that was the theme that number that was this the fame of black mayor Bandersnatch where you are making the decision what to watch but the computer is determining what you want to do it's not you in a certain direction and then it's telling you what to watch next so you become the machine and the machine becomes the user that said that's pretty creepy the way this is all going down Brian Cabell with this.

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"zero w" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"zero w" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're just actually bird two minutes of valuable air time with one of the more unusual rants I've heard from you I just a very thoughts just kind of strung together in what appeared to be sentences that have no relationship what so ever to the top talking about nor actually any relationship hold on a second to real no relationship to what you told Farlow who screen the calls you want to talk about trump's tweets so instead you spent your entire time talking about bin laden and old and and all the stuff of focus on the topic of him and and I appreciate your call but it's good to know I am my ma'am while a four one zero W. CVM six eighty merry as in summer good morning merry hi how are you I'm well thank you ma'am I'm calling because I'm so terrible upset about legal immigrants to my country and we are a group of people that just want to make this a socialist society and it's not out of collecting and enforcing them all we justify that we're going to change the law how do we have for our shores very it's against the law if I would have to build a call for the moment and from the school one freedom and give them healthcare I would be subject to arrest I know we just had a shooting in Baltimore for a clinic for they do let's hold still in our news article talks why do we wanted we set that up what if we set up a protocol we try to heal people from using illegal drugs this call will because these people run in the face from the county through whatever they wanted so they do not before so all you can use my while you're not supposed to be the last one we use marijuana and get caught for going to solve for the folks who live far the laws of the United States and calories in countries were going to suffer John Hall so quickly that's unbelievable yeah there's been a radical change our in our country in the past decade or two particularly and seems to be celebrating and I share your concerns I think that the way the way I put it is were were in a on a rickety school bus I going down hill on a mountain road and there are no guardrails and if we actually make it down to the valley safely it'll be a Marvel just a real miracle berry thanks your call you're going to him everyone that works for the government worked for the judicial system very very sore hand and they say they're going to end and for football even on our specials that we voted in exchange for a start fighting people to break the law they should be thrown out also struck without doing anything about that well and frankly if you come with the answer that let me know because I have no idea we should be doing something about this and I thought to the federal government was going to do something about this is why many Greco at all with the current administration is the fact they have let this go on that there's no way we should be spending federal tax dollars in order to help support sanctuary cities counties or states and that includes us right here thanks for call per share for one zero W. CBM succeeding request for you does the very thought of yard work make you break out in hives can make you cringe doesn't leave you have bad memories of an aching back or sore knees are painful hands any rescue black or.

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