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The Year's Best Stories on Security Now

Security Now

05:26 min | 6 months ago

The Year's Best Stories on Security Now

"Hello everybody is. I don't know how. Steve does this mustache thing. We're giving steve the week off You know he he takes no time off. The man works his butt off not only with with his with his products. Spin right and and all the research and stuff. He does for his website. Grc dot com. But he spends you know hours putting together the security now show every week and the funny thing is about steve. He never wants to take a day off. He never wants to miss a show so i've tied him up and put them in a closet so he can't be here today because the guy needs a week off and we're gonna take some of the best moments from the year. Twenty twenty starting with the story of and this was a bad one clearview and their face recognition technology. So last week we talked about the clearview a i company who were doing the facial recognition and bragging the web for three billion face sprints and made them available to six hundred police department so they could identify people within seconds since then clearview has increased their collection of cease and desist. Letters are just not exactly what they are hoping to be collecting from major. Us social media players. The first one they they received was from twitter a couple of weeks ago when twitter told clearview to stop collecting its data and to delete whatever it had. In addition facebook has similarly demanded the clearview stop scraping photos because the that action violates facebook's policies and now google and youtube are also both telling clearview to stop violating their policies against data scraping. Clearview take on. This is defiance. The ceo hone thanh fat was interviewed last wednesday morning this morning. News show He's told to trust him. He said the technology is only to be used by law enforcement and only to identify potential criminals. Tom fat claims that the results which which is not encouraging our ninety nine point six percent accurate. I guess though you wouldn't wanna miss. I want a false positive. Miss identify you as a bad guy. So i guess accuracy is is a better thing and he also claimed that it's his right to collect public photos to feed into his facial recognition archive. He said. there's also a first amendment right to public information so the way we have built our system is to only take publicly available information and index it that way and we by the way there was a recent supreme court decision having to do or was it supreme court but maybe ninth circuit court having to do with scraping of linked in which they ruled. Yup you can't stop scraping if it's public information. Y'all can't stop it. In fact i have that i mentioned that here So we know from last week when we talked about this the that in illinois at least with their bitta. The biometric information privacy act You know it's illegal there And youtube statement read quote. Youtube terms of service explicitly forbid collecting data. That can be used to identify a person. Clearview has publicly admitted to doing exactly that and in response we sent them a cease and desist letter as facebook Facebook said last tuesday that it has demanded that clearview stop scraping photos because the action violates its policies. Facebook said we have serious concerns that clear views practices which is a with sorry serious concerns with clear views practices which is why we've requested information as part of our ongoing review. How they respond. We'll determine the next steps. We take which i'm sure. Facebook attended sort of sound ominous And taunt that defended clearview as being a google like search engine. He said google can pull information from all different websites. If it's public and it can be inside sorry. Excuse me if it's public and it could be inside. Google search engine. It can be an hours as well. Google disagreed saying that clearview isn't at all like their search engine. Google said there's a big difference between what we do and the way your shanghai ing everyone's face images without their consent. Most websites want to be included in google search and we give webmasters control over what information from their site is included in our search results

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Per Grankvist is building a Swedish media empire around explainer journalism

The Business of Content

05:16 min | 6 months ago

Per Grankvist is building a Swedish media empire around explainer journalism

"Hair. Thanks for joining us and ohio. So i think what initially intrigued me enough to have you on. The show is that you said that the that you're basically running the nordic version of vox dot com for the uninitiated. Vox is a very public policy focused website in the us. Before we get into that. I wanted to start with talking about how you got into the news business in the first place like i think you started out as just like an independent blogger blogging during your free time right. That's right. I was blogging on the topic of sustainability and to understand and explain how companies could record sustainability and make money at same time and sustainability. Just for it's like a make sure of environmental issues how how companies can reduce their impact on the environment things like that right yup unwieldy social aspect of it so the supply chain and how you treat your people in your employees on the diversity questions. It's the full bag. And i was seeing. That company was starting duties and from a business perspective which was quite new in sweden. So i a cover that. And after a few years i got picked up a donald radar on the swedish businessweek and so they acquired the blog and asked me to head up the stain ability section. That was both online and events and in the paper unsold stock a couple of years. And what were you doing is like a day job while you were an independent blogger like was were you working in sustainability or was just the. Was this just an interest that you add. Start off as an interest. I was working as the head of sales and marketing. At wayne's coffee which is basically the is starbucks equipment in the and yeah. That was my day job. And i started the blog. Ganden started to do some. Freelance works talking about sustainability. the all new zealand Leaning into this trying to explain things so how did you. How did you find that audience for your blog. You know before you had any kind of institutional support. The audience found me. I think and so a lot of people start to reach out and asked if i wanted to come see them and i reached out the few companies. Say hey i need to understand a bit. More on those countries where i ki- and companies of that sort and they found me wealth read on the topic and we had way compensation dr turned into articles and sometimes speaking gig sensible and so you said swedish businessweek acquired you. Is that the swedish version of the american magazine businessweek. No it's it's it's a. It's a similar magazine. Exactly called business. That comes a fatter But it's basically the same but it's it's not affiliated and did they. Have you just come on and start blogging on their website. They did that and also they made me an editor and publisher. So i got to head up a new division focusing on covering these issues the emergent climate issues marching supply chain issues and so on. We did that. The nominee channel way which was kind of new and pioneering in duffield and. It sounds like swedish takes the sustainability stuff more seriously than they do in the us. Yes we do but also a bit full of ourselves so we come from a more sort of systemic point of view. Here is some research. And i've sunday's let's do this together. It's not it's not business oriented at all but more more from moral perspective or moral highground. what you could say about bitta. The greta The wasn't out approach here where we look at. How can we make business. How can we make money of this. As that was something i brought to the table and so working for that magazine. Did it raise your national profile. Like obviously sweden is a relatively small country. Compared to the us you became well relatively well known as a intellectual. Yeah you can say that. I mean i'm curious. Persons are trying to understand things and someone said Gold made the malcolm glad well of sweden of sorts. Because i was at a constantly getting interested in all kinds of new stuff. Oh here's something. Old filter bubbles. Oh here's something social media how that works on. So i tried to explain it soon as i learned something and that gave me a reputation Landed me a new job as the on the opinion pages of one of the big newspapers in sweden is a thug. Biggest national newspaper here by god gate Swedish national brokaw. Coster sat equivalent of pbs in us. Yeah so you became so not just well known in printed pap- papers but was it your voice or were you also appearing on tv i was also paying k the i do have much more of us that are radio. Appearance was forced on tv. So every friday. I come along to get with two other people on the panel discussed today. made make sense of the dole. I was basically my job. So you're a recognizable like you're walking on the street people would recognize who you're

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"bitta" Discussed on Ear Snacks

Ear Snacks

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"bitta" Discussed on Ear Snacks

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"bitta" Discussed on Ear Snacks

Ear Snacks

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"bitta" Discussed on Ear Snacks

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"bitta" Discussed on Ear Snacks

Ear Snacks

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"bitta" Discussed on Ear Snacks

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"bitta" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

14:24 min | 1 year ago

"bitta" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"And welcome to Cape Up in July Twenty. Eighteen election forecaster and analysts. Rachel Pittock offer did something extraordinary but not only did she say the Democrats would retake the house. She predicted the number of seats and she was only off by one. She's been sought after prognosticator. Ever since you're not going to want to miss one minute of what Bitta cover has to say yes. She says Biden will be the Democratic nominee. Yes she says. Democrats will win the White House back. Yes Senators Susan Collins Cory Gardner and Doug Jones Art Toast. The question is how does she know this? Why is she so certain? Find out right now. Rachel.

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Election forecaster Rachel Bitecofer explains "the reason Joe Biden is the nominee"

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Election forecaster Rachel Bitecofer explains "the reason Joe Biden is the nominee"

"Rachel Bitta coffer. Thank you very much for coming on the podcast on the pleasures. All mind. Jonathan. Thank you okay. So five years ago. Nobody knew who you were two years ago. Almost two years this come July. You did something that put you on them. Map what you do out. Two years ago and July I came out and on twitter where a grand total of six hundred sixty twitter followers and nice started. Trolling the big election forecasters and They were having serious conversations as to whether the Democrats could pick up the twenty three seats they needed to flip the house and I introduced my new theory and model which was Arguing no no no because her way undercutting us it's going to be about forty seats and the reason why is because the electorate is going to be reshaped by backlash to Donald Trump. Now you said in July is July twenty eighteen. You put out a forecast that said initially forty two seats and folks thought you were nuts. They did they thought I was nuts and Took real umbrage to the certainty number one that I was talking about Especially because I was pointing out a specific districts. Some of them were Obviously not controversial. They were agreed upon really competitive districts. They've released as toss ups by others. But and I was saying. No these are one hundred percent to flip but really Especially things like Virginia's seventh district which were not even on other people's radar at the time is that That's down in the Richmond area of the suburbs of Richmond. And I said not districts GONNA flip. I don't care if it has played host to one of the House Freedom Caucus most ideological members and David Brat. It is going to be a democratic seat after these elections. And and that's what happened. Is that one okay. So why were you so certain? I was so certain number one because I had already developed the theory and watched it play out and win election cycle actually in two thousand seventeen election cycle in Virginia. Where I happened to be based I Had said to my colleague as we entered that polling season. We did polling state. Polling there in Virginia You know this is my expectation. I think we're GONNA see an electorate. That's much more democratically In a democratically comprise. We're GONNA see more young voters more voters of color more women more college educated voters in these voters are going to be breaking much more strongly for. Democrats than what you've been seeing under the Obama years and we need to account in this In our likely voter modeling because otherwise our polling is going to underestimate the Democrats support or Ralph Northam support in the election. And you know My colleague was certainly In agreeance that there was going to be Advantage for Democrats but the size and the shape of it. I think you know he was a little skeptical of until we saw it manifest in that virgin the election and the election night I was coming up to DC to do some local radio on whammy with coach. Mandy and I was literally yelling in the car. Oh my gosh I should have modeled this. I should have put something out I. I knew this was going to happen. Was a nine point. Route and Democrats picked up fifteen seats in the house of delegates. And so I committed right then and there I was gonNA find a way to model my theory and I was going to do something for two thousand eighteen and that's what I did. Okay so you sort of talked to round your theory. What is the theory? The theory is for the last eight years of you know for eight years. Basically of the Obama Administration. You know we had this Obama. Coalition emerge right two thousand and six. You see the Democrats. Pick up control of the House of Representatives and Then you see them. You know flipping the presidency in two thousand eight. I mean think people forget how big of a mandate that Obama election was picking up You know states like Missouri and North Carolina in that process and then all of a sudden. It's just disappeared right. Twenty ten they go from from that huge Obama win in two thousand eight to just getting shellacked with sixty three seats in the House of Representatives. And you know the narrative that was set on the Cable News. Chagos was Oh. The Democrats have reached with Obamacare and independence turned against them. And that's the story of the and and you know sitting at home and working on my PhD. Just getting started in Grad School to get to this point where I am now and I remember looking at the election data and just being like that is not what the data says. The data says turnout collapsed. And when it did it collapsed were heavily amongst Democratic voters. People who cast ballots either as Democrats are independence but cast them for Democratic candidates. And I just couldn't understand why the media narrative missed that important component So you know when I was looking at You know the elections of twenty fourteen and twenty ten. I was thinking about who didn't show up to vote more than anything else. And you know that's really what drives my research. Is this argument that. In the polarized era where we do have such little bit of Crossover Voting Republicans Voting for Democrats and vice versa. What matters at the end of the day in a competitive race is the is the composition of the electorate demographically Because that will determine the partisan composition and if the partisan composition doesn't good for Democrats are GONNA lose the race only looks good. Apparently when Democrats are freaked out. And they're only tout when they're not in power so never crafts. All ways freaked out even when they are empowered. Sabih like an inherent trait. You would think now you you said that. Turn out collapsed in two thousand ten but also in two thousand fourteen and a lot of the media the chatter. The cable chatter then was it collapsed because of disappointment in in Obama at both in Tan and in fourteen is it as granular as that or is it that the the Democratic Party and the candidates didn't do enough to maintain the enthusiasm from Eight and twelve so glad that you asked because Anybody that follows me on twitter will know that. I put a lot of the onus on Democrats the Democratic Party The D. Trip The DNC the SEC and the way that they approach electioneering as compared to the way that the Republican Party approaches electioneering. You know in in terms of what happened Democrats do not do an effective job getting their voters excited to show up to vote They liked to have cerebral Conversations voters that overestimate no offense to voters the Basically the intelligence of the electorate think income search for exactly. I think everybody's on Morning Joe Panel and whereas the Republicans are talking to the gut always and it's always about stakes right. If you don't show up to vote everything you love will fall apart. Die Right I mean that's that's a message right and they make people care about things that are are things people don't care about people don't care about state and local politics. It's unfortunate it's not fair. It's actually rational given the amount of influence that state and local politics has over one's life but it's a fact right and so the way that Republicans deal with that is they tie. They nationalize state and local officials to national politics or to national issues like abortion and guns and that way the voters like okay. I don't care about John Smith but he supports trump and I love trumps. So I'M GONNA show up to vote right. Democrats really fail to tap into that nationalized messaging. You'll hear them all the time. Say we'll all politics is local right like it's like one thousand nine hundred eighty tip. O'neill thing and if that was ever true. It's certainly not true now. All politics is national. The Republican Party gets that they get that voters will only show up in a high stakes environment and so they make that high stakes environment for them.

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"bitta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stocks finished higher on Wall Street strong earnings from Boeing an apple shot higher after the fed kept its key interest rate unchanged signalling it could leave rates alone. In the coming months. This is NPR news. You're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd arrest by immigrations and customs enforcement continue to climb in New York City during the last fiscal year about thirty five hundred people were arrested. That's an increase of thirty five percent. According to federal data, analyzed by the mayor's office of immigrants affairs Commissioner. Bitta mostofi says she knew arrest went up in the first year after president took the president took office. But I think we didn't quite know what to expect from the first year of Trump to the second year of Trump, and the numbers are actually saying continued increasing enforcement beyond what we saw the first year. She also said a bigger share of those arrested thirty-six percent did not have criminal records. The Trump administration's arrests of immigrants charged with crimes, even if they weren't convicted saying it's better for public safety will New York reap enough benefits from Amazon to make it worth the three billion dollars. The company is getting to move to Long Island city WNYC's, Jim. Oh, Grady says the question hung over most of the exchange at the city council hearing held today, for example, and Amazon executive announce they'd be hiring three people from the nearby queens bridge houses to work in customer service, those provide an entree to a career Tom while into runs our global customer service organization began as a part time customer service agent queens councilman Jimmy van Bremmer was not impressed. There is so much that you are getting and there is so little that you are giving Amazon has begun rolling out local employment and education initiatives to win public support for the deal and tomorrow is the court imposed deadline for New York City officials and federal prosecutors to come to an agreement about how to fix the city's public housing system. That's after prosecutors found the authority failed to properly inspect apartments for lead and tried to cover up widespread problems with mould heat and pass WNYC's Morella. I've arrack this federal investigation showed how? How badly managed Nitra has been in. Judge Pauley has said he won't let this process reach a conclusion without reforms being put in place to address that problem. Our full report with morale I've Iraq coming up later this hour, we have a wind advisory in effect until ten o'clock. The wind is dying down the snow is gone right now wind blowing it about sixteen miles per hour. Otherwise tonight, mostly clear, low around fourteen degrees. Currently it is fourteen degrees..

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"bitta" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And then when you watch it back TV it's monstrously loud. Yeah. But you don't notice that as much in the ring, right? Yeah. That's like I felt it was weird. I felt I never felt like once you get kinda going into match, and you feel comfortable or confident whatever I didn't really get to that last night. I don't know if it's because of the noise of the fans was kind of weird. So it just felt different to what I was used to. What makes you comfortable? Maybe it was just kind of out failing to it. I think anything from like, the noise and how it doesn't really get to you. And you mentioned when when AJ left, and then Kenny Kenny came came around now with the future of a lot of the guys kind of we don't know if they're staying or going, right? This is a real good time for you. Because it's like you're being positioned. To be kind of the next guy that takes over from Kenya. Took over from AG that took over from from Fergal. Yeah. You know, yet all kind of gets a passed down this this. I think is is great. You new Japan is whenever the opportunity is come up. The guy's always make the most of it like year wouldn't those four guys left two and sixteen. Everyone's kinda like all hell's new Japan paying into you know, we lost knock Moore who is one of the biggest Japanese does. And then you had AJ was the biggest Farner as well. And but the guys are stepped up and business keep getting Bitta. So, you know, the the last year has been good and helping me to build up to that position as well. So just to make it that much easier. For example, I wasn't as nervous last night as it was a year ago, of course. And but for any of like the other any big matches. I wasn't as nervous as a lot of people. You know, would usually expect will think initially because of the last you do plenty of it becomes a just it's also the building startling like, for example, I've been in the business for thirty years or whatever. And I never heard the name j white, and I started working remember? So it's a another. I obviously didn't expect to mimbo listening to your podcast with the ghetto and Anjar. And I think the started doesn't fifteen I'd let you just got to the DOJ and I came in with Cody hole at the same time. Nova see, you know, is to have sculpture sue people know of him. And then I remember in that they were you ask them about the guys at the head coming up, and they'll always guy j wine also. And of course, he didn't. But yeah. So yeah, I would say it's it's been going good for the loss. And when you're building Italic last year, we'll use if you notice as funny. The last two Tokyo dome shows the top three matches are all the same six guys just in different combinations. Yeah. You in China last year me and Kenny in Naito and Okada this change. But you know, last year, I think the improvement in the in this whole year has been up lately bows? But they put you in that shot last year. Just start building you. Yeah. That's the whole maybe it was a little bit too early. But that's just start somewhere executive spread east to be an and also like coming into like the new position in terms of the new character.

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"bitta" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on Beyond!

"Now that I feel like kept home knows what it's doing with that series. I love that naming convention, by the way, we're it goes like resonable seven resin evil to resin evil. Eight three rows name is. Are there specific things about resonable to you think they can use in resin evil eight if they continue along that first person mode from resin evil seven like is the sort of the tightness and some of the modernization things, they didn't do do you think that can apply to eight or what would you like to see them? Learn from. I mean, I suppose pacing is is a big thing tone is a big thing. I think again just like going going back to that idea of stripping you of any kind of feeling of power. But like, I think risen evil to a really good job. Well, there isn't evil series as a good job as opposed to some other survival horror is. And giving you just a little a semblance of power. So, you know, like, and again, this is something that this this pace that we put up on over the way how risen able to achieve Hora reduction. Plays rate at. You know, it's it's that idea that you you have a little bit. So just enough to keep scribbling for right? Do you know what I mean? Like, if you if you had nothing like, I you know, I felt this way a lot during. Going out loss. Like again. Great games. Atlantic elation is another example games where basically the whole idea is to escape and you completely powerless. And you know, I love those games, but they comes with that kind of sense of. Like who kids like, whatever? Whereas when you when you have that little bit of remaining ammo or that one green punt or that one kind of escape route, you know, that's what makes it so tense. So yeah, I mean for me, it's it's just going back to its survival horror roots. Just like remembering that that pacing is incredibly important when it comes to these things not throwing old enemies at us at once spreading things out again. Yeah. Just keeping things really tight like the mole Linnea these games on the Bitta. But again, like the little design arisen evil to so wonderful because you do get confused is Linea. But you do get confused because it is so liberate Theun like the amount of time. I've got lost playing this game. Like, I don't know about you. But I I've lost a lot. Yeah. Definitely initially, especially when I was going to use too loud and everything because I didn't know this sort of map at all like I had no history with it. And so when I was in the police station didn't. I have history with. Yeah. Yeah. It was this fascinating thing of I would go up to maybe, you know, the third floor of the police station. And then I'd somehow find my way to the first floor on the other side..

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"bitta" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on Channel 33

"There have been some parallels drawn between that behavior and then much more serious threats violence, and I just think that this today makes any parallels. Look, really, really foolish. Yeah. You know? I was recently watching did you watch the Ted Cruz. Bitta orc debate last week. No, I just I just like looked at the summaries afterwards. I can't bear to watch Ted Cruz Spey. I can't either. But I was ready to go. The. Choice. There was one. There's one line in the debate were Ted Cruz is you know, he's playing he's hamming up the whole cavenaugh like look at these liberals they're out of control or out of their minds. And there's a line where he started talking about the left. He has the left-wing mobs beating on the doors of supreme court. And I just I heard that line of like, do you realize that there was a right wing rally in Charlottesville where a right wing mob murdered a woman broad daylight on camera and your your point of comparison for that is protesters in DC knocking on the door this premium court. Yeah, there's just a, you know, there is a profound moral relativism in the Republican party, and in in within American conservatism that just makes incidents like this so maddening to engage with you made the point right of like if you go back to the nineteen sixties. Nineteen seventies. That's it of where you'll find the left-wing analog for some of this stuff. But I think if you limit yourself to the president contemporary context. I just I think that the context for what what we think of is right wing violence versus left wing violence. They're not really the the not really similar, and I think that's the context that makes it difficult to resist certain readings of of these explosives being sent around to liberal politicians. Yeah. Is this is the thing that a lot of people. I think are thinking like this is what the right wing does. Now. I think that the political spectrum has really changed and the right has gone so far further into extremism that it's it is hard to compare the two they're not. I mean, they don't line up neatly. Because now there's this whole ecosystem of of media trying to spin what's happening in like away. That's completely divorced from reality right way. And maybe like some of the most. More crazy weatherman had those thoughts back in the day. But they didn't have a really good platform to disseminate them like the internet. I think has a celery David the tilt towards extremism, and like the ability to to get that message out there. Yeah. I definitely think social media has made it easy to be fringe and popular all at once. Because it's just like, even if you're fringe, everyone on your fringe knows where you are. You think you have a bat signal in a way that like you might be fringed? But every fringe person who agrees with you in America is following your Twitter feed, the Arno margins it feels like there are no margins in American political life anymore. It feels like no matter where you fall on the spectrum that you're referring to you are represented somewhat prominently in. The the present discourse and in the political climate, especially if you're an angry political faction, it's hard to process a lot of this working like you said it's like we're working in a vacuum of information. But it's not like that. Vacuum information is going to be filled with okay, the police are going to tell us this. That's not the only thing that's going to be filled with vacuums also going to be filled with Alex Jones. And so then you're just we're forced to contest with Alex Jones account of events. Yeah. And I'll Jones is going to be faster than the FBI. In terms of telling us, quote unquote was going on. Yeah. I'm just curious whether the Trump White House will ever take right wing extremism seriously..

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"bitta" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Going to help us. We know there's going to be a good atmosphere. We played with that mindset of we need to win. And to be honest like losing last year. That's the worst that can happen. You know, I've been there ever experienced that. I'm not worried about that. I'm I'm ready to go on clay. First and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app and looking forward to it. And I I can't see a world where the cubs don't get this done. I mean hell last night we almost saw or. Yes. Last afternoon. We almost saw cubs rally. Hobby bias getting on base in the ninth. They were down to. And you almost saw that Bitta hero ball from Rizzo. We were all sitting there, and you watch that bog crank to the warning track and realize it's too little too late. But with that group with LeicesteR on the mound. What we know the bright young talented stars that have been a part of that Chicago roster and are now that quite as young and talented a stars on that roster anymore. I think that's the team that ends up getting done here. And then we get to spin it forward to more of those big bats those young stars tomorrow as the as traveled to New York to take on the Yankees. We'll get more into the Yankees match up coming up in just a little bit Gordon Damer from ninety eight seven ESPN New York. Give us an exciting. Look at that one. But coming up next as we talk about the quarter polls. We talk about all of the players coming back from suspension that will get one player decided to give us his return date from we'll say self-imposed leave of absence. How will he be received walking through the door? That's.

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"bitta" Discussed on Ladies, We Need To Talk

Ladies, We Need To Talk

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on Ladies, We Need To Talk

"Maggie that's not her real name. She phoned to talk about how she treats hers sister-in-law do have these thoughts about that judge in the way that she rises children and has she prioritizes things in her life. He will say something about how she you know, she's got so much washing to do. And she hasn't had a chance to do it. But she's bang out alway caned padding here and doing this and doing that. And he makes as choices that Austin cannot write the her kids. He's great mother. He's got amazing children. But I find myself judging her and thinking to myself, well, if he didn't go out, you know, if you if you just steinheim and put them first, then perhaps they wouldn't this problem. Whereas I would never ever think about it has been. And so every time I have they thoughts. I think to myself like why that just ridiculous. Like don't be judgy. Everyone's doing the best. They can you know, I think mental health because she works full-time. She has quite a big job as well. I think that she made to let go on the weekends. And she's really social and why kind of just accept that. Maggie knows the cold stare. She gives to her sister-in-law isn't fair. But she says she can't help it when I have they thought I I'm I sound like such a bad feminist and such a bad family man, by like wine. Judging my sister-in-law electives when she is my family. It's certainly mites may feel very bad about myself it happened again today about of the San another mama was at swimming and mom was talking about the mother of her. She's got step children. And he was saying how she has his sip children every weekend awakens from Friday to Sunday and the natural mother only has joined the wake in a fan myself saying. Oh, that's very selfish. Why wouldn't you want to spend time with their children on the weekend? And then I thought well, that's what so many men do. So it's my natural state. Are naturally come out and think that and a Christian myself out he would spat. I want to stop that being unconscious door psychologist beach Elvis is even the hardest working feminists can do these even when we love women and buried for women. And listen to podcasts about empowering women. This actually a goddamn name for this idea where we tend to be more critical of women than we are of men. It's cold unconscious bias unconscious bias is where we display discriminatory behaviors towards women or other groups, and we're not necessarily aware that we're doing it. So if you ask someone whether or not prejudiced, they'll say, no. But if you look at their behavior, they might actually show that in fact, I are trading different groups of people differently, and it can make women more critical of each other. Right. Yes. Absolutely. Yeah. Because we do hold women to different standards to men we can often find that women are more critical towards other. Women toward men. One example that would probably all unsurprised by his leadership. So people tend to believe that men make Bitta leaders than women, and you know, anything that's kind of conventionally masculine like, you know, fields like mathematics, and engineering people just expect a man to be more competent in those fields than a woman. The interesting thing about all the stuff is the when it happens the perpetrators of this buyers the holders of these unconscious bias, they don't realize they're doing it. Yeah. That's right. I mean, a lot of us, you know, do believe that we're rational people and that we're not prejudiced. But you know, a lot of this stuff a lot of the judges. We we make just kind of happen, automatically brains. And we're not aware that that we are maybe being irrational. I'm really interested in this idea about how we hold women to higher standards and often it's a woman in a work situation holding to account inferior or equal and saying what you're doing is not good enough while she's surrounded by miles doing the exact same work who are getting on just perfectly. Unfortunately, I just think that's misogyny that sexism, that's the kind of slightly cruel whining that will not slightly vertically cruel. It's just the crew. Why that we treat women, and sadly, it is both women and men doing it..

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"bitta" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"I've been reading this thing and I've read like two other articles and they never really go into like they just like why specifically the genitals. I mean, I guess if I guess from the genitals, what happy about having junk it, but it just like it's like like from the genitals back to the rectum. That's an important Bitta parts. It's very important Bitta parts. That you're like, well, Dick's gone at least it's not gonna move to my face. This is bad as it gets. No, no. Now it goes to your hat. Everything falls out in between. Do. Can you bet. Johnson Johnson sales, this crap releasing companies do so Myers. We need a recall on this. Absolutely. I don't care if it's only affecting one point. Six that have one hundred thousand. We need a recall. They really illnesses. They did a warning like they're just saying Kay. If you take this could happen. Well, duck that's out happening. And how many of these people that are taking using this thing are actually finding out about this warning. You get freaking you get an Email, right? Because you're a customer that uses insulin palm and the and the subject line is warning me cause genital flesh-eating bacteria, spam. This leading that. Oh, what I'm I wanna I read it. I had to research to because I was like, this is fake. This is all a matter of fact. The only reason I even give it some credit is on the way. Way. Local. Yeah. Well, it's a legitimate news source, so. Right, right. So I had to look, I'm like, okay. Well, let me research is still looks ridiculous. But no, it's true. Whatever you do is not getting this is not getting out to the mass. There's no possible way. I can't believe this is all over the place. I can't believe more people aren't talking about it like it's John bacteria or your genitals, like, this should be every coffeehouse conversation like, hey, man, I saw that you got the mocha. You may want to lay off the sugar Bill. Have you heard about this thing? Flesh-eating bacteria of the genitals. We're only focusing, obviously because we're men on like this happening to a man, but this is chicks too. Yeah. So just imagine just the the cooter just fallen out just by full. Out full lead. Like leprosy. Fan of snap his fingers. Have the genitals of the world just disappeared into the. As I get older, I agree with, they knows way more every day. Now we know Mitch would probably be okay with a we know Mitch is a full supporter. Like even if it takes him with it, he's he's willing to risk it. Disappearing penises. We've talked about Kris much exact same thing. Yeah, we pretty much talked about this exact same type of story, but I just want to highlight that continues to happen and that the people doing this are absolutely retarded. So a transgender prisoner eighty. Right? Who was charged with raping a woman. Now, I wanna point this out this..

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"bitta" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"Pet bitcoin, and we need to test ten thousand needs to hold right. We need that any kind of bull market to be declared despite old click, bait and everything you might hear on YouTube of the last week. I've seen it myself and a home hands up. I've been guilty of click bait in the past. He's just he's not my default mode. Some people. Operate. Unclear bay is a default mode. I only do that when I lose my mind and get open the hype in the competitive nature of YouTube and start chasing views and stuff like that, but ordinarily in, I'm right on point. So fill me in this market climate. I'm taking the opportunity in the sideways move to do some steady accumulation of my favorite coins and the launch of the coin based deposits in great, British pounds kind of came at the ideal time. Really. That's actually the thing I wanted to tell you next. So onto item number two, microwaves account now has great British pounds deposits enabled. So inner the other day. I said, well, the day it was announced I logged in. It wasn't it? Yes, the voting date was that so immediate that dried out. So I made a transfer using the UK pass faster payment system on my end. And then two hours later, he still hadn't shown Mike going basic out to which I was like, w. T.f. So when I buy bitcoin using Bitta leashes which is a UK Basov peer to peer exchange, and I send a Bank transfer that it's picked up within minutes by incomplete, the whole trade in real time, using a bang Transvaal. You decide what to buy, some bitcoin is I'm gonna buy. It connects.

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"bitta" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Com comes here to, you know, the name of the person who slash. Okay, one second. I'm just gonna pre-announce guest. I'm just going to say because it's the wonderful nature. And. So am ISA. Do you know the name of the woman who such the painting. Someone much hung. Sprained Fritz Aubert really who engines chess most. She was a master and she just came in did a bit of the Russian why? I hope she did it with the Queen like the chess. Why did she choose him? I think it was probably run them, oh, I'm what I'm not comfortable with. I want some really because he was a manifestation of shonky stations pay, but she just basically went seen pictures of men in here. Enough. They went many women in those days. No, no. Well, they were few a women's typically in nineteen nineteen. Did she saw the picture nineteen? Thirteen nineteen? Thirteen as they were only twelve women. Living in Britain. Sixty two while wind. How it was then I'm actually you give us the vote, and then we're everywhere. That's what happened. And that picture is now can be seen seen as can affo- to grow over it slashed, so you have it like you got a little Selo tape on it now, see it, you can. If you look closely, it's in room twenty two on the first flu I'm going and you can see where it's been restored. Absolutely amazing or anything else you want to tell us about? Suffrage us this building muffs were banned. Muffs were because you could carry a chess piece in to cut a pain. That's not web my Georgia's mind. I mean, was there officials slogan. Must needs a Schapper. But genuinely if you're listening at home and being Piero, what is very sensibly as very important person in this all res talking about is the Bitta fabric that goes around the hand to keep your hands warm, the unique, which if you meet. Meet at meat cleaver to make labor. Was she wearing a muff when she did the dust of the end, maybe she was probably the sheep thing now everyone has to take that. She's the one person unsuccessfully smuggle, something into a shape, so no muffs. And do you know what they haven't thought of airports. Ex us by right to where muff everywhere I go. Next week. I'm gonna come back with a moth at spring kit. Come back with the month just to frauds twenty century privilege. The The undersecretary undersecretary about. about..

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"bitta" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You can't do that era bitta genesis i think nailed it that's just part of it there's another word thallium nailed it says faldo yana to call the abbey plant it's like italian and this abby plant when it's dark it metabolize is at a fixed rate metabolize is what accumulates energy commodities during the day but when there's less sunlight in the summer it then backs off its metabolism based on a percentage now you have to think about this okay a couple of things are going on first of all someone went to wikipedia to look this up due plants count and didn't find it must put the injury and then somebody else wrote the whole entry and they're actually probably monitoring this so that if somebody changes it they get alerted it's important we don't want to say that venus fly traps can count the six what else do we need not to know that against me is like the great gatsby no it's not the great gatsby this is a nineteen thirty nine novel by ernest right and the entire novel is written without the letter use of the letter e which is a leap oh graham correct so let program i wasn't going to say it that's why i just give the definition of it so instead of the example they use instead of using walked because the word walk as any correct they would have to say is walking or did walk sounds like a lot of work yeah especially because it's fifty thousand words not one with the letter eve that would never happen today no no we're too lazy exactly the the turk is i know about the turf the mechanical turk like over an amazon correct and the mechanical turk is an eighteenth century chess playing machine that one most of the time it was a robot and i'll use air quotes on the radio that would play chess with individuals and usually win okay so it was a robotic chess no it wasn't really a robot was it it was a chess expert inside of a machine inside a costume pretending to be mechanical in a robot here is this was in the eighteenth century wow and it was multiple people they kept the the ruse going on for years and years and years they don't know who originally was inside the machine but once it be kinda became known was a secret then the people would start the chess experts six known chess experts took their turns being inside of the machine and one but then he went all the time because they were just a human and there was really no calculations or robot in their last summer i bought or less winter rather i bought area chess game for christmas and it's a mechanical chess game so it's not a computer program well it's you know the thing about chess is that you can play chess on the computer but there's nothing like holding those real pieces okay do you like chess yes okay so you know what i'm talking about you don't actually see the pieces and to move them tactile and take so i bought him one and it's a full chess set and then if so if like the queen moves you actually have to pick it up and move but it tells you where that computerized or you can play with somebody over the internet okay i'm how they actually moved there's a new one that's coming out that i've been looking at that the pieces move automatically that's pretty cool yeah i thought that would be pretty cool my friends of ours this is a little sidebar they have this thing hang on their wall in their bathroom and it's a chest said that the vertical runs up and down but instead of the pieces being flat against the wall they're like little shelves and they play each other the couple the husband and wife they play each other every time they go to the restroom they take a turn oh that's fine yeah that's cute make sure you wash your hands before you make your move gross the next entry is probably called the the best titled court decision in the history of course the united states versus approximately sixty four thousand six hundred and ninety five pounds of shark fins and this isn't wikipedia correct it was a case where there was a both that was found and it.

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"bitta" Discussed on Graham Norton

Graham Norton

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on Graham Norton

"I'm probably seeing yes oh yes bitta singing yes but you're going to be in the arena tonight i'm going to be reading tonight i i mean one thing i just love is finding out how programs are made this is a great night for for the bbc as well as for the two hundred million people watching worldwide i'm fascinated by by how we do it i've been speaking to some of the team will ready about their preparations about what you'll be doing and all that and i just love the professionalism of it in the way that this sort of the energy going into getting the right song getting the right singer all of that so i'm very excited and you were here as the director general of the bbc yellow just tony all on holidays so what's what what what are they doing i mean are you involved the so so so it's also a moment when various director dental the come together and talk about things that don't you with do so there's a whole lot of things we talked about you know about technology about the business of exchanging news programs exchanging music programs all these things at the does be only eurovision song contest so it's also quite a big moment for those conversations as well because i think people don't because i think most people have you might have heard of the you just always think of it as your vision so what what role does the bbc play in the bbc's been there from the beginning and i think it was set up actually in the fifties setup in talk as hammers with a few a few broadcasters across europe and the idea was what can we mutual exchange so concerts of music for example classical and pop we do that technology we do that news feed so exchange news picture.

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"bitta" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on Probably Science

"But stressful conditions such as droughts high temperatures can cause plans to boost production also accent cross pollination with wild bitter varieties can up toxin levels as such consumers can occasionally come across super bitter gourds and suffer what some is called toxic squash syndrome if they eat them this may happen more often than people might think recent analysis in france tell you three hundred fifty three cases between twenty twelve and twenty sixteen the french eat were gourds i've had a really like excessively bitta jets zucchini befall it's yeah quote unquote jets but i've had excessively bittu once before you just ask just tastes wrong and i that's in the same family vegetables right i guess talking about after the first bite if this tastes too bitter to eat i've yeah i have done this is this is not right this tastes wade and toxic so could this happen like your regular like like grocery store down the street the yellow slosh green squashed up that's what they're saying of these ones in france more than fifty percent reduced wash consumed from grocery store that said the fda said that these cases are rare in the us when it does happen toxic syndrome is usually marked by diarrhea sometimes bloody vomiting and abdominal pain which can sometimes lead to dehydration low blood pressure rapid heartbeat headaches and vertigo if eaten in high levels the poisons can lead to lethal fluid build up on the lungs pulmonary dima according to recent case reported in jm a j m a dermatology other puzzling symptom is hair loss who so i thought this was going to be much more fun story.

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"bitta" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"bitta" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Of the afternoon drive to to six thirty another shah they ruled on building global dribbled out a rare blowout is the debts are defeated by the piston's zero brookwood won fourteen to eighty 22 points twenty rebounds from andre drummond lease the pistons to improve the 22 and eighteen all the year the debts dropped to fifteen twenty six portraits trai this still news the two lunatics and the things he wanted to bruce swing at a high fly ball well ahead right sattar this cut there and there it goes players best first as i do are bad threerun homer rid of the year aqui bullpen had a chance to the right of the three eighty five mark for bruce is twenty six home run of the air now has eighty three runs batted for rugs erin here affair it is part of that big bats finally welker bitta meds jay bruce comes back one though happy what else if any a amdro dependency recovery go 540 michael but on the us added whereas we got the good the bad the ugly tonight and we'll bring that i've discovered it could probably figure out who's in this scenario he seventy seven three seven six six six six let's get this thursday morning sports on play started right about now well no one nine the news lowest radio's things they say it's bad over routed and good early early early early early early morning one at all it was kind of balmy outside not you know pretty cold was that like lina long john wall kind of which is good i actually heard maybe six at one point two days before the rain gum fine we'll take a yoga to go back to being colder you're wherever that's alright but i'm a i'm warmer got a global the mets did something actually did something we will get into that as i said the good the bad the other day seven seven three seven sixty six six the fifth urban couples go all the way to 540 we got some good stuff i will say what does it when we talk about today and lord though some things happen tony basically we got anywhere else man in the days of the good the bad e ugly other match the knicks in the nets and i'll do it in reverse order the nets now we heard that will highlight from the on a met on the estate station next just a bag gas with crap looks like lose by thirty four at.

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