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Intel’s unfixable chip flaw could give hackers access to encrypted data

Techmeme Ride Home

01:44 min | 4 months ago

Intel’s unfixable chip flaw could give hackers access to encrypted data

"An unfixable flaw in nearly all intel chips released in the last five years has been discovered that allows sophisticated attackers to access the mask Rom. A piece of the chip. That boots the very first piece of CSM. Firmware and the vulnerability can't be patched with a FIRMWARE UPDATE. Quoting ARS TECHNICA. The flaw resides in the converged security and management engine a subsystem inside. Intel. Cpu's and Chipsets. That's roughly analogous to Ares. Platform security processor often abbreviated as CSM. This feature implements the firmware base trusted platform module used for silicon based encryption authentication of U. E. F. I. Bios firmware Microsoft System Guard and bit locker and other security features. The bug stems from the failure of the input output memory management unit which provides protection preventing the militias modification of static random access memory to implement early enough in the firmware boot process. That failure creates a window of opportunity for other chip components such as the integrated sensor hub to execute malicious code. That runs very early in the BOOT process. With the highest of system privileges quote this vulnerability jeopardizes everything until has done to build the root of trust and lay a solid security foundation on the company's platform. Mark Emmer lead specialist of hardware security at security firm positive technologies wrote any post detailing the bug quote. The problem is not only that it is impossible to fix firmware errors that are hard coded into the Mask Rom of microprocessors and chipsets. The larger worry is that because this vulnerability allows a compromise at the hardware level. It destroys the chain of trust for the platform as

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Iran attacks Iraqi bases housing US troops in retaliation for Soleimani's death

All In with Chris Hayes

11:06 min | 6 months ago

Iran attacks Iraqi bases housing US troops in retaliation for Soleimani's death

"Breaking news out of Iraq where we have confirmation that Iran has launched missiles missile strikes to Iraqi basis at least two Iraqi basis that also house. US forces we have no confirmation yet of the assessment of damage or casualties around the state media is now saying that Eh. They launched these two rounds of missile strikes. And this is I think important and really actually crucial we think about this moment around saying there's no there's no retaliation for America For the latest attacks. Then they will stop attacking but if America tax than their response will be crushing and widespread. It seems to me that this is a calculation nation here by the Iranian regime. At least and getting to some point that does not further. Climb up the escalatory ladder that we have now been on for quite some time and is threatening to plunged the entire region into valuable war joining me now former Republican congressman from Oklahoma Mickey Edwards. Former chair of the House Republican Policy Committee and former Democratic Congressman from Maryland. Donna Edwards also with me Sam Cedar host the majority were podcast and MSNBC Contributor Angelina Maxwell host of signal boost on Sirius Xm and an MSNBC political analyst. Donna let me start with you the the way that we talk about. This tends to resolve revolve around the president. What decision when will he make? and WHO's influencing but America's democratic nation with the constitution that gives the power to declare war the the Congress United States represents this democratic nation. All of its citizens citizens should not be in the hands of one man particularly one man with the faculties that the current president has it seems to me extremely important that across Democrat and Republican particularly Democratic Party Democrat. Cows come out strongly to say no war with Iran. This is madness and do whatever they can to halt escalation is that a possibility ability as UCLA. I do think that there will be in there. Already have been tonight really strong voices coming from speaker. Pelosi herself that we do not want a war with Iran and very sadly this is so reminiscent of where we've been before and I think it's also important for the American American people to step up and declare that there should be no war with Iran and we are at a place where you know. There's a possibility that there could be some some de escalation but it requires seen voices and cool heads to preside both in the White House which I don't expect but certainly coming out with a strong voice from Democrats in the in the Congress and I would expect others who do not want to continue. You need to put service men and women in harm's way and to jeopardize the safety of of the American People Mickey you know there's been an interesting Fisher Asia and the Republican and Conservative collision on this question We we've seen it sort of break out in the open. Sometimes rampaul was on our air earlier. Senator from Kentucky urging us not to enter into worth around. There are some conservative commentators. WHO HAVE THE president's ear who also said the same? This seems to me kind of testing ground of that. What do you you expect to see from Republicans on the hill? Well if we stay with what they have been saying for. Many many years is that we should be very cautious. Che's about going into war but they're the bigger issue here is what you were talking about Chris. So I would hope that the congress is able to back the president op and not have is go into a major war but it's also important that Congress start reasserting its primacy in the field of international affairs primacy in in terms of deciding when we go to war because it's not just this war but with this man in the in the White House or frankly any president the idea that the congress would step by now. You were the democratic voice. Chris you've been talking about and that the Congress would back off and let any president just on his own whim or any other reason take take the country into war is unacceptable and it's time Republicans and Democrats both came together on that one issue. It just crazy to me to view what's happening right now. Does this thing that just happening out there. In the world like we're we live in a democratic society precisely so that we can exert some control and and that's part of constitutional designed by design the founders constitutional design that there are some democratic control. I mean the idea that regardless of what we have in terms of casualties that we must must respond is absurd. We have agency people are going to call for de-escalation. They're either going to call for now tonight or they're going to do it. Eighteen years from now after after what we've been in Iraq and so the bottom line is every single. Democratic presidential candidate should tonight come out and say no war with Iran every single member of the Democratic Caucus in the house and the Senate should be backing the bills by Tim Kaine am by Sanders and Kana in the House and stopping funding and stopping topping the legal auspicies for this war. Somebody's skills worse than Iraq because at least with the Iraq war in two thousand three there was a reason they put forward a reason season and so an American citizen say while there's WMD's now it turned out that that was a lie right but there wasn't articulated reason that the administration collectively is trying to put forward to tell the American people. This is why we're doing this. I have no idea why this is happening Chris. The American people likely do not understand why we are on on the brink of war with Iran and I agree with Sam. All of the Democratic candidates have a chance to step forward in this moment and show that they can be competent. They can be strong and stand on principle there. There is no reason for this and this moment we need to stay take a step back a giant step back over this cannot be a partisan listen moment the Republicans in Congress have to do the same thing. They took the same oath of office. They swore to uphold the same constitution and adjust having Democrats oppose. What's happening what the war is about without any information here but but they can't do it alone? Republicans have to say in this this case this is American lives at risk and we are going to take back the constitutional power. The Congress has the it can't be just a democratic down the the politics of of this which in some senses seemed secretaries. We await at this moment to find out if there were casualties. Both among the Iraqi against Iraqi servicemembers emmers on these Iraqi bases or American service members but of course the politics matter because the politics are part of what will produce the outcomes that happen and the decision that gets made. I mean again. This is all part of Democratic Self Governance. It does seem to me that the war weariness is very real thing it shows up in the polling. It showed up on the campaign trail. There's very very little appetite. Wait for a war with Iran. If you pull that question and even the airstrike against Sulejmani which a to my mind. Reckless escalation along this trajectory was was essentially partisan split. Like do you trust. The Democrats will have the courage of their convictions about how they navigate this. Well I have to say I mean I do you. I mean I remember you know the lead up to the Iraq war in two thousand and whatever it was three four and you know people believe the evidence that was in front of them. I never believed it. But even in the face of thousands and thousands of people taking to the streets still legislators felt a need to like go right up and march toward war. We cannot afford that to have that outcome again. And I think it's incumbent on members of Congress but the American people have to speak up and we know that they're worried because they wanted to pull out of Iraq and Afghanistan in and out of the region all along now here. We are escalating again. And it's time to put a put the brakes on this coming. Both from the Congress in terms of them exercising their authorities Mickey had said but also coming from the American people saying we do not want another war in that region Gen Party. The ball is in the in the hands of the people themselves the power to declare war being Congress means that the people are supposed to make these decisions and this is what they have to show up a child meetings APP to contact their members of Congress and they have to be hurt and there should be a vote. I mean there's going to be a partner. Solution says there's going to be privileged privileged resolution and there should be there should be a vote in the United States. Senate absolutely not say I am struck by how many democratic politicians look I have very little expectations of Republicans at this point. I'm sorry about that but I am struck. By how few how how little maturation there seems to be when I look at the democratic accredit politicians who are coming out there and equivocating at this point because the American public has grown since two thousand two and to a certain extent I remember that time time vividly millions of people who are in those streets at that time and the fact is there was a lot of people who are shell shocked after nine eleven that Shell shock does not exist amongst the American American public anymore but you look at the eyes of a lot of these democratic politicians and they look like deers. If your headlights they need to lead to fight back against what is off. Obviously an attempt to draw this country into war by. Who's you know what who who's driving this bus? It's unclear but it but we cannot allow the the idea that the president of the United States can Willy Nilly create provocations. That dragged this country into this type of quagmire again. The American people have to understand why why we're entering into a military conflict. They don't know that tonight and that's a really big problem. And the communication here. I mean we just go back to say what the facts are on the ground in terms of the the latest loop. There was an attack outside Kirkuk a rocket attack there have been increasing rocketfire Adam at American forces from Shia militias in Iraq. Starting in October Tober Brett mcgurk said that hadn't happened. Eight years that part that itself was part of a escalatory cycle that started with the withdrawal from the Iran deal that kills an American American contractor back in December outside Kirkuk and killed an American contractor wounded several American service members there was a retaliatory strike by the US. It Killed Twenty five Shia militia militia members in Iraq and then that storm the embassy which was essentially disbursed with no casualties and then in response to that wildly provocative talkative s escalating act of taking out killing Qassem solely money. So that is that is the situation that has bras tonight to these reports of ground-to-ground missile. Fire from the Iranian government directed at Iraqi basis that whole both Amar Iraqi service members and American service members Donald. What do you think is happening right now? We have reports that Vice President Pence has briefed Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Pelosi tweeted tweeted out. She's closely monitoring the situation falling bombings targeting. US troops in Iraq. We must ensure the safety of our service members including ending needless provocations

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What a first grade Christmas play can teach us about podcasts and background noise

1,000 Podcasters

06:49 min | 7 months ago

What a first grade Christmas play can teach us about podcasts and background noise

"Signal to noise ratio. This is actually one of the things that I often talked to podcasters about what I'm consulting or even when I'm sharing strategies he's an insights in groups. I might not go into all of the details but it's one of the things that is often overlooked and it can make a huge difference in fact many times. The questions that we see are the questions that we here. Even though they're framed APP is something a really about signal to noise ratio for example. I have this recording in. Something's something's off. How do I fix it for my podcast. What about the best podcasting microphone could be about signal to noise ratio. What about how close do I need to be to the microphone. Or how do I get. Get rid of those popping P or close it sounds. or how many microphones do. I need to record a panel discussion. Pro Tip appear if you can. You want one per person okay. I'll just give you that one for free. All of these in many ways are either about or can be about signal to noise his ratio and also not making your editor crazy and I'm going to illustrate three underlying issues or kinds of noise and one fixed today when I talk about my my son's Christmas play at school so I'm GonNa go ahead and talk about that play and we'll come back and we'll talk about some of the takeaways. My son is in first grade. He had a Christmas player a Christmas program or a holiday program. I don't know exactly what they called it. But basically everybody that was in first grade across all of the different classes dressed up in red or green or some combination one of those and they sat them on the bleachers. So that they were in kind of a tiered format because there are a lot of them. They sat the parents down on the floor in chairs facing them in in the gymnasium and then they had this presentation and the presentation was really kind of interesting. It started off with a small group of the kids. Reciting something and then the whole whole group reciting something and they were divided into two large groups one on the left and one on the right and the teacher in charge. I'm assuming it was the music teacher. I don't know for sure I was trying to get them all into sync with each other is really interesting because the group on the left. It was almost like they were kind of dragging in the group on on the right was almost like they were racing and there were pockets of different conversations within the group as they were trying to recite things together was really kind of hard to understand until they all kind of got everything into sink and they finish finish that and then there was a little bit of exposition. Somebody had a microphone and said some things. I think Santa was supposed to do something or Mrs Claus. Somebody who's supposed to do something. Then and then they sang a song and then they had some more things where a small group of kids said something and then another small group and another small group. There's a lot of talking and as they were doing this. It was a really interesting thing because there was a family sitting next to me with a couple of small kids and a couple of larger kids and those kids were talking amongst themselves and some of the parents had their cameras. Emmers up trying to take pictures of their kid. All of that stuff was going on throughout the whole thing and the reality is when it's all over I have no idea. Yeah what the play was or what. The program was other than a Christmas program that my son was in. He was very good looking by the way he's rocking out some glasses and he was really looking good but I don't know what the story was. I know that there was some cookies involved or pretend cookies. There was a list of some kind. I can kind of infer some of this stuff because I understand the popular Christmas stories stories about Santa and reindeer and all of that kind of stuff but the end result is I don't understand a lot of what happened and truth be told if my kid wasn't in in it. I wouldn't have been there because I couldn't have followed it and that's what I want you to take away from this. If you're a podcast. There are some different kinds of noise that you might need to consider that were illustrated in this. And then maybe a strategy that you can apply the first kind of noise. I want to talk about the kids when they were trying to all talk at the same time it was. It was really interesting because there was this wash of sound coming and I couldn't understand the words because they were out of sync and they were all talking over each other until until they got in sync. I couldn't understand that and that to me speaks to noise in the delivery. And a Lotta Times podcasters. This can come through is and Dems or or incomplete thoughts that aren't completed or roundabout ways to get there that make it hard for people to understand what we're trying to say. I've probably done some of that today. I'm trying to get better at it. The next one was noise in the presentation environment so as the kids were talking like the person with the microphone was talking there. Were still some kids. who weren't it's supposed to be talking that we're in the presentation that were and it made it harder than to focus on and to hear the person who is supposed to be sharing even though they had the microphone that speaks to noise and the presentation environment and this also impacts podcasters? And we'll talk more about that in a second. The third kind of noise I wanted to talk about was noise in the listening environment. Think about those kids that were next to me that they weren't trying to be mean they were just making noise but the reality is many of your podcast listeners. There's are dealing with this as well and we'll talk about that in a second as well then the final strategy or the the final thing is that strategy so there were some parts of the presentation that were arguably more important. They were solo speaking parts. If you will and I know these were more important because the teachers took extra special care to make sure that those were more more possible to here than the others. By providing a microphone for those solo speaking parts. And as a podcast. A podcast. Senator and as a consultant. Why am I such a stickler about it. Because I know I've talked about this kind of thing on this show before. Well I'm a stickler about this because you can't control the listening environment environment that WHO's listening to you with is in their inviting you into their daily experience and that experience comes with noise so the more that we can do to minimize the noise in our delivery the things about our styles that make it hard for people to hear to understand the things that we can do to reduce the noise and our recording environment for example echo or room reverb fan noise them neighbors mowing the yard. The dogs barking the kids taking a bath. which is happening right right now and there might be some of that noise that makes it through? I'm hoping not because I've taken some measures to make sure that doesn't happen but the more that we can do that and then do what we can and to amplify or two point. Sonic spotlight on the most important parts. which is usually the dialogue and not the the soundtrack if there is one make it easier ear for people to understand what we're saying to connect with what we're trying to share and to take something away from what we're doing so that's why? I talk about signal to noise. Ratio is because what we can do is reduce it on our end so that there's more probability that people can hear us when they're driving to work or working out or mowing the yard or whatever they

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The Triangle's Sharpest Point | With Zawe Ashton

Modern Love

06:11 min | 8 months ago

The Triangle's Sharpest Point | With Zawe Ashton

"When she calmed I reminded her of the new life. She faced living with cousins at beloved aunt and Uncle Her Ryan bedroom and soon she let go of my hand and demanded another big cone. Had it not been Emma. I reflected elected. I might have been a brand new widow. We've Amer is my soul charge. I'd repeatedly postponed marrying her father because his his precocious impossible child had filled me with dread. Emma had greeted my arrival in her father's life with steely really disapproval and from then on she and eivind his attention like competing mistresses. I had tried to like her to win her over but I had failed her ability to disrupt whatever brief harmony he and I could achieve as a couple in in the few months we'd been together kept me one step ahead of her father's longing to make me his wife at thirty trying to establish myself in the world old. I was far from ready to make the necessary sacrifices that mothering. Mo would demand. There were many occasions when hasty escape due to the sanctity of my apartment reinforced my resolve to remain single and then he got sick. I sublet let my apartment and moved in and made plane had dislike of the arrangement challenging my authority whenever her father is out of. Bishop your you're not my mother. She'd his why do you need to be here. I had neither patients nor the expertise to deal with her tantrums. Besides my energy was taken up by honing my nesting scales. My lover refused further professional. Care Relatives came and went bearing healthy foods and advice and whispering concern over what would become Obama. His mother attend pleading eyes on me. EMMER and I were at war after all. She was not without family and I had a career to return to you as the months passed. Nobody seemed was in a hurry to take on. There were days when I wept wept for her as I wept for him then in the final weeks Amazon stepped up to offer her a place to live soon. Photographs of the cousins began arriving along with warm letters of welcome compounding confusion. She was torn between the lure of family life and I need to look after her father. I'd like to go. She said but I'll have to wait until daddy gets better off to have father's funeral. She began to chatter about cousins and make up details of the new life. Life that back in so brightly there were moments of compliance of affection between us the affection of survivors it mostly she stormed about as obstructive and destructive as she could be. You're not my mother. You can't tell me what to do. She'd say stamping have my heart eight. A longed to walk away to hand her over to have family. I wanted my freedom back. Abby apple she clambered monkey-like up the a tool angular frame of the aunt she barely knew and clung around her neck distributing big smacking kisses instantly relegated to the role of the mayor chaperone. I felt the thrilling tug of my imminent release. Eireann uncle's house had been festooned with balloons and posters. It is for her arrival. She was showing her bedroom then sent off to explore the garden with their cousins. While Horon tonight fix supper she'll she'll be fine. Horon said she needs as a family in the love and attention. We plan to give her. I side feeling the accumulation humilation of months of trauma lesson over the next forty eight hours. Emma was absorbed into the dynamics of the household heroin and uncle sensibly Sabih whether the jealousies irritations and fight. Says I sat by. No more than an interested spectator. My advice is is not to actually say goodbye. Her onset of my last evening just slip away. She'll be asleep. We don't want to upset her. You can write. I didn't imagine the MO would be upset about my leaving. She had hardly registered my presence. Since our arrival arrival. I nodded my agreement and went to pack. I got into bed and tried to sleep and couldn't it didn't seem right to creep away without a word to Amer around three a M. I went quietly to haram the light on the nightstand. NIGHTSTAND KOSTA PINKISH glow. Making her face appear flushed. I touched the tangle of her hair and bent over to kiss her cheek by I respect by she stood opening. Here is taking me me. By surprise she smelled of a mingling of newly mown grass and shampoo wrapping her arms around my neck. She she pulled me in close memory sleepily I love you. I love here then and she rolled over inside back into sleep

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Is the NCAA willing to go far enough on name, image and likeness rights?

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:01 min | 9 months ago

Is the NCAA willing to go far enough on name, image and likeness rights?

"It was not an insignificant day on Tuesday for the history of College Athletics Not an insignificant day but is it reasonable to say not a significant as some people initially thought because I thought the incident way they're really good at this type of thing they wanted to create a headline and they created a headline and the way that the initial tweet that gets hit re tweet a million times is like the instable a board of governors votes unanimously that sounds great to allow student athletes to benefit from their name image likeness and people are like whoo finally this thing is happening and then you're like well let me click this Lincoln read more about it then read more about it and it's basically like the intimately board of Governors voted unanimously to allow student athletes to benefit from their name image and likeness but not in this way and not in this way and we're not going to go for that and we're not going to go for that and so they put so many guidelines or the or or go to try to keep so many guidelines in place that it doesn't open this up nearly as much as I would want a lot of would want California lawmakers would want and I really do think we can get into this momentarily it creates more issues that they'll have to deal with that they don't deal with now and I don't want to say it's impossible because I get frustrated when I hear inside officials say something is impossible it's not impossible figure it out so perhaps it's not impossible but it does seem very very difficult to try to thread this needle to thread we want to allow student athletes to benefit from their name would you like this rights like any other student athlete but this won't stand this won't stand won't stand and I personally can't figure out how you can make all that work maybe you can but even gene Smith interesting the Ohio State Athletic Director Dan Walk in our friend who works at USA Today was in Atlanta at these meetings and even gene Smith when asked by Dan how are you going to allow students to benefit from their name image and likeness but not have this turned into a recruiting tool of some sort in gene actually said that's the elephant in the room very hard to figure out and so like I tweeted good luck if this is the this is the path you're going down good luck 'cause I it's a it's a needle that's difficult to threaten yeah but I mean g Smith is not incorrect and what he's saying there but for decades this has existed in college athletics in terms of recruiting imbalances advantages. I will I will not sing the song with you again hairs on podcast 'cause we don't need to go down that road but I do have good news because you know what the consternation the backlash of cynicism skepticism toward the AA that was put on display. about forty five minutes after this this press release got center I actually at one point we were about twenty minutes away from media members is going to actually announced today that college athletes wouldn't even be allowed to accept scholarships like it cuts the blowback actually got a little bit over the top of here's what guess what so walk and talks to mark and Mark Emmer admits on the record here's the here's the exact quote there's no question the legislative efforts in Congress and various estates has been a catalyst to change it's clear that schools in the presidents are listening in heard loud and clear that everyone agrees that this is an area that needs to be addressed that combined with this quote from Californ- governor Gavin Newsom who released a statement after all this down he said in part California will be closely watching as the process moves forward to ensure the rules ultimately adopted are aligned with the legislation passed this year you know what if the parish can't get its bylaws to a level that are going to satisfy the public that's one thing but if it can't get there to a level that it can satisfy the politicians that's another and the good news is this is my prediction I don't see how it doesn't wind up this way it might take two years for your six years we're we're getting there okay you can have cynicism over what the won't do I get that are going to make sure this happens and if and last step might be significant court battles maybe even to the Supreme Court level but I spoke with congressman out of North Carolina who abreast to me supreme disappointment in the lack of detail here from the AA and also expressed a real intent Zaire to get legislation on the House floor in the summer of twenty twenty so that this can all be enacted in ratified by January of twenty twenty one ought to be clear GP there we have a long way to go with this and getting to the House floor is no Gimme that has a clear to the Senate and then it's going to need the president's signature to become law aw but my view on this is if we get to April and the instable a is saying all right we're going allow ABC and D- and not allow Asia I ultimately think that will be immaterial because I think at the federal level most importantly because the state level this is also going down the NC double A. is going to have a situation GP where we have twelve states enacting all this stuff allowing it and then it's going to really really GonNa go to twelve different states and say all you schools are banned from postseason play that's nightmare that's not going to happen so I do think while people might have issues with their own politicians and government this is really close to a bipartisan issue at that level as well and that's what's ultimately will force the installation hand I have issues in the short term with what the instantly Willem won't do but I think long term Mr admitted today that what has been done in California hastened this issue why shouldn't we believe that it will hasten it again and ultimately be the decider not the installation it comes to national oversight and consistency of

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Online Dating by the Numbers

This Is Why You're Single

10:29 min | 10 months ago

Online Dating by the Numbers

"Welcome to this single podcast podcast. I'm Laura Lane and I'm Angela spare. We were the CO writers of the book. This is why you're single every highlight a different dating topic this week's episode is online dating by the dumbers emmers. Yes also on the line talking about what's new in dating news. A writer gets creative trolling scammers on tinder and a man hacks tinder then we're diving into the mailbox to answer your listener questions including a listener who is tired of having weird encounters on dating apps and another who wants the guy she seeing to delete his APPS APPS but first we want to welcome this week's guest she is a comedic actress and the Creator playwright of the off Broadway show date me in okay cupid experiment. Please welcome Robin Lind Norris Hi everyone thanks so much for having me. Thank you for coming on the show so we had scheduled robin to be on the show when she was in New York and then I got sick as I've talked about many times on the show so this is our first time we've ever had a guest do this remotely Robin is in. La and we are in New York. We've had a rule that I guess have to be in the studio but I cancelled on Robin last minute when I went to the hospital and now we're so excited to have her back because angelides at a little title. BFF Date Ni- and saw the show and we loved it. We had so much fun. Oh my God we had so much fun and you know. I don't know you know you never know what you're going to get with. The show we walked out of there and we were like that was amazing. I wish we had written it so the biggest compliment thank you yes your show is based on an experiment you did where you create in multiple fake profiles of quote Unquote dateable people and then interacted with it's the real people on Okay cupid through these profiles. Tell us a little bit about that. What sparked that idea and did you know at the time you'd be using it for comedy comedy material later okay so it's a slightly different what's in the current show than what actually happened in real life so I'll give you the real life story because I think it's pretty interesting? The whole thing was a total accident I had just moved to. La from Chicago and I absolutely absolutely love L. A. Now it was very lonely when I first moved there and I had gone through a number of awful dating experiences where I had pretty much just was flatlined given up. That was the state I was in and my friend. Lori called me on the phone one day and just said hey are you on okay cupid. I made a profile sal. Would you check out my profile see if I wrote anything weird and this is actually pretenders to a little bit of history like this show came about in Los Angeles than we were in Chicago and now we're in New York so in. La this was pretender and I was very much of the I'm old fashioned. I'M GONNA meet my soulmate in person kind of the state of mind so I was like no. I'm not on okay cupid but I was like I'll help her out so you have to have a profile to look at other people's profiles so I was like fine fine. I'll take five minutes and fill out a crazy cat lady. It was just the first stereotypical thing that came to my mind of course anyone who's yeah exactly so for for anyone who's on okay cupid the reason I like that dating APP is you get to write a little mini bio and you can kind of present yourself however you want you know and and I think psychologically so fascinating at once. I got into the experiment to read what people were doing now. This is my first time so I just answered the questions in all caps you know like like on purpose. I love kitties. If you don't love Kitties then you won't love me Beep Boop beep up like I was making robot sound on a typical Friday night. I'm playing with my kids of course like so stupid right and I like and men doubt it yeah exactly I forgot about it. Then went to check out lorries profile went to dinner with her and a couple of girlfriends two days later and hundreds of messages hundreds hundreds of the typical you see some of this in the show like the typical sexual innuendoes because Katie you know right and then an but then guys talking in all meows but in grammatical paragraphs which so good so hard I was dying and then I started to get reflective because I was like cold on this crazy cat lady is more popular online than I am in real life so what's wrong with me and that's where the idea came came from the original show was called UN dateable and I took it to my friend Bob Ladwig. We were working on some stuff and I was like hey this thing happened. What if we did an experiment and we just created and what we think are unbeatable or wacky personalities and put them across the country and track the result and see what happens so I knew it was funny any I didn't know it would turn into the show that it turned into and that I would also go on this like heartfelt journey because I also got really worried about these people and we we can talk more about this later but it definitely wasn't a hey? Let's just make fun of these idiots wake because you're talking to real humans and who you really don't WanNa make fun of them or hurt their feelings and they might you know of course there's some guys that might have been jerks and being like hey put some joke but you know some of them might have a real connection Russian right yeah exactly. Everybody's looking for something right so it's like I think you know I'm very overly sensitive Tiv- empathetic person so bob and I did set up rules early on like we were like we're not going to interact with people unless they find characters funny and reach out to us. I we're not going to you you know meet anybody in person or if I felt like people were actually literally into me or my characters I was getting. I'd yeah in a nice way. I tried. I think nice like I'd be like Oh. You're so nice. I just started seeing someone but this is before I even knew what ghosting was but I could never ghost anyone because because I had it happened to me and I was so obsessed so we had thirty eight characters I spiralled. I was like I have to get back to everyone. That's a lot of characters to keep track of feelings a lot of feelings exactly as someone who online dated and use okay keep it a lot I am totally not surprised that that you had men rolling into the craziest profile. DM's because like there's a lot of wackos out there Did you learn anything that surprise you well. Yeah I learned one kind of what you said like. It really is reflective real live so there is a lot of sexual innuendos. UN does and people being kind of gross and stuff for the most part with this though I think because our characters were so specific and unique people were super into it so so I didn't actually get a lot of haters where I think normally you do get that lake. Why don't you write me back? Bitch kind of thing like I most people were like this is the funniest thing I've ever seen and they were really playing along and that surprised me more than I thought it would and then as I did research because I did a lot of research search we were developing the show I found out that the more specific you are in your profile better chance you have of finding a match so when you water it down and you just say like I love to laugh ah you try to you know I love to travel. It's everybody's saying the same thing and you saw that part in the show where we categorize people into online on dating species because I found all these patterns of people like everyone thinks they're being original and they say the same thing as everybody else set always drew my crazy yeah yeah yeah I think even with ours show this is what you're single. When we're doing our sketch we would have the most specific jokes and then we would find out that people are like Oh my God I relate so much to this whatever specific thing I can't think of a example right now but the point is is that even the most specific things when it comes to dating are universal like that's I think what you what you realize but yes as far as the lack of originality in profiles you touched on something that I loved in the show which was on okay cupid they the things that you can't live without people think they are being so funny when they're like food water air and then everybody else is up at one hundred percent right in fact? We actually burn that suggestion because you know I did the show in Chicago for three years so done that a lot of times and it's like the I would say one out of ten people say that and you're like they. I know they did it online because I saw it and then when we sorry I'm people who are listening. Don't realize we have some Improv in the show and we interview people based on some of these questions so when we asked their six things a Lotta Times they go water air and you were like we have to be like that's really great. You get that all the time. Let's get a little more specific ray. You also notice the very odd trend of people referencing the Zombie Apocalypse Lot which I notice as well. Oh my God. I'm glad you noticed that too. yeah I call them. In the species I call them the walking dread because they can't resist talking about about the Zombie Apocalypse and end the end of days and they've got their kids and like it's interesting yeah in the show you imply hi that you met your husband via. One of these fake profiles is that true. Is that how you met well then that's a great question or is that little your creatives gives creative stretch. It's a little of a creative stretch. I will say it was a good one almost nine. Thank you ninety five percent of the show. I was so adamant I was like I wanted to be a hundred represent true. Maybe you know people are like okay for storytelling purposes yet so I in the show. Yes I meet a character that ends up being my husband has been that didn't I didn't meet him online. The character is based on him. You know he's called Math Club historian eighty two and that's like a joke that you know my husband's also a comedian and and so it's based off of him and his spirit but I did meet him at the tail end of this experiment so it was kind of a weird your thing where I was completely shut down not open to online dating went down this whole journey were then I was like everyone so human and I actually did start to feel Jio for all these people as human beings and then I met my husband in real life right once I feel like I did the

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Male Bats Up Mating Odds With Mouth Morsels

60-Second Science

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Male Bats Up Mating Odds With Mouth Morsels

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin sharing a meal is a standard first step in the mating rituals of many mammals, but Egypt fruit, bats take splitting an entree to a whole other level because males that allow females to take the food, right? Out of their mouths are repaid with reproductive rights and are more likely to sire offspring with their favorite female fruit finagler 's, that's according to a study in the journal current biology, a couple years back researchers noticed that in fruit bat colonies, some bats forage for food while. Other simply snatch it from the forager's mel's. Offices for expanding this Yossi avail of Tel Aviv university has studied these bets for years. Maybe the scroungers were relatives he says, or maybe they're just socially dominant bullies. We observe the mostly scroungers are females. Got the researchers thinking about something of great importance to most animals, reproduction specifically wondering whether. Might than mate with them males that provide them with food. This was. Sex food. I officers that we just you've Ellen his colleagues monitored, the interactions among bats in their colony for more than a year. And the check the paternity of the baby bets that were born what they found is that females were more likely to make babies with those males that provided free meals. But you've Bill says that the process is not strictly transactional. Sometimes they took a lot of footfalls civic individual of made with him. What's important is, is what we think is, is the bonds between the dome. So you this individual is the main provider of the female than the ability that they made. That means that offering free lunches, no guarantee for an Emmers male. But it does up his odds. And unlike human males that boys clearly learned that it's in their romantic interest to chew with their mouths open. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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California rethinks endorsement deals for college athletes

Drive Time Sports

05:29 min | 1 year ago

California rethinks endorsement deals for college athletes

"California is considering a passing a law that would allow college athletes to profit off of their likeness they're basically if a car dealer wanted to try to bring in a few more customers on a saturday they could pay zion williamson or insert college athlete here to come in sign autographs memorabilia dealers could give a football player x. number dollars to sign a bunch of balls and cards and jerseys as so that they can profit later but the young man or woman at the time would get financial compensation For us and how this affects us in our daily lives. this would mean the return of n._c. double a football and basketball on p._s. for xbox maybe nintendo switch i don't know which would be tremendous for all of us because n._c._w._a. football obviously was the big deal but i love playing basketball as much as i like playing the football game so all of those things would happen under california's new law well mark emmer te of the n._c. double a. has interceded in has or tried to intercede anyway and has said that he the n._c. double a. will bar california institutions from playing for national championships if this law were to pass because he considers it an unfair advantage for california teams to be able to say on a recruiting trip hey if you come to berkeley or you come to u._s._c. not only will you potentially compete for national championships and have all the the onfield success you can also sign little endorsement deals or get paid to show up to a car dealership or memorabilia dealers will pay you for your signature and i agree with mark emmer for once that is a competitive disadvantage that california is creating by doing this but i would argue that is a competitive disadvantage that mark is allowing to happen Because Mark Emmer and the NCWA continue to refuse the most obvious in simple way to end the discussion about paying players. in life it is about finding compromise right there is no compromise to the institutions in the n._c. double a. to outright pay players i think there's work study type of things that i think there exist under the current university model that could be directed toward sports and i think that that is a viable option colleges won't want to do that because they will have to pay all fifty three to sixty guys on their football team they will have to pay all of the volleyball players basketball players so i understand that that is why don't very much care what universities think i knowledge that that would not be in their best interest but it is not currently in college athletes best interest to not get any sort of compensation Shen. For what they are doing. i have befriended and known more than a few collegiate athletes and i have understood their schedules workouts in the morning class during the day practice and then either you work or you study and i would sure hope that many college athletes decide to use that time to study but in college they need money you know we talk about these great stores of these guys getting drafted and how they're going to help out their family guess what when they're in college they can't do that Maybe they get a scholarship to go to school. But their parents are still in the same financial situation. They were when they sent their kid to college. So can a basketball player football player. Get. money sent every month i was lucky i got care packages i got you know money wired to me i my parents spoiled me when i was in college they helped me out whenever i needed help but a lot of young men and women don't have that opportunity and if they're they're call their college education is tied to their -bility to play sport they have to treat both of those things with the most important and that doesn't leave much room to seek game full employment

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"emmer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"emmer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Good morning, seven thirty and forty degrees. I'm Steve Simpson of a UCLA news. Hear the stories that are trending at this hour. The partial government shutdown now entering its third week making this the second largest in US history. Second longest President Trump once not just funding for the border wall. But an additional eight hundred million dollars for humanitarian needs at the border CBS White House. Correspondent major Garrett reports that the president suggests bypassing congress to fund the wall Trump insisted he won't let Democrats build a political barrier to block construction of a border wall. A presidential emergency declaration might allow Mr. Trump to divert Pentagon funds to accelerate construction of the wall. But Democrats balked, I think the president would be wide open to a court challenge saying, where's the emergency despite stalled weekend meetings, the president called the process productive concrete. So again, still Mr. Trump's latest offer now calls the wall a steel barrier. But the White House has. Is not budged from the price tag five point seven billion dollars numbers of Minnesota's congressional delegation weighing in over the weekend on the shutdown Republican Congressman Tom Emmer telling WC has may Murphy, it's come down to a whole lot of rhetoric. You had a situation where the democratic leader in the Senate Chuck Schumer from New York originally said one point six billion they would offer that it went to one point three billion then went to zero the president has asked for five point six billion. My understanding is they're willing to negotiate democratic congresswoman Betty McCollum now calling it a manufactured crisis. She says that the Democrats support border security, but that means more than building a wall on his inauguration day, governor elect him walls wants to assure Minnesotans and members of his cabinet and others concerned about how the government shutdown could affect them here in Minnesota, reassured folks, we will have an assessment of this done immediately. We will have a plan to make sure and as I said, especially those most vulnerable aren't lose. Whether it be heating assistance food assistance to make sure that state will be there to now walls will take the oath to become Minnesota's forty first governor since statehood at the FitzGerald theater in Saint Paul today. An event that gets underway at eleven o'clock. He's already named all but one of his state agency heads walls takes over for democrat. Mark Dayton, who's retiring after eight years as governor and political career that spans forty years the timber wolves firing coach Tom Izzo yesterday afternoon halfway into his third season with the team that began with the turmoil surrounding the eventual trade of all star Jimmy Butler, but oh dismissed about an hour after the timber wolves victory over the Lakers. Assistant coach Ryan Saunders. The son of the late flip Saunders takes from it takes over on an interim basis. Now more on this John Heinz chats with Mike max in sports in just a couple of minutes here on the.

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A community mourns victims of horrific limo crash

Rob Pratte

02:33 min | 1 year ago

A community mourns victims of horrific limo crash

"We're now just twenty four hours away from CNN packs. The twenty eight year old Hubble space telescope is in a holding pattern. The Hubble space telescope is having some problems with its drivers scopes to of Hubble's driver. Scopes have failed to operate properly this past week that has resulted in Hubli going into safe mode. Gyroscopes are needed to keep Hubble pointed in the right direction precise pointing is crucial as a strong Emmers used the telescopes to look deep into the cosmos Hubble has a total of six driver scopes, Steve Futterman, CBS news. Houston Astros are advancing to the American League championship series for the second year in a row. The call on the Astros radio network pitch all the way around it right side. Gurriel has it. He hands to Harris at first. And that is the ball game. The Astros swept the Cleveland Indians winning game. Three eleven to three stocks were mixed on Wall Street today. The Dow is up thirty nine points,

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"emmer" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on This American Life

"Over the years Emmers told the story a lot. It might be as favourite story that he tells about himself it rhymes with his view of the world that this just as huge accidental component to life outcomes that everyone owes at least some of their success not just to chance, but to other people being nice for no reason at all. What became a miss aims? I don't know, turn that she didn't get the job at pi day. So you know, I never saw her again pie. In fact, I, I never saw her again. At some point, the fact that Amer had no idea what had happened to this woman who changed his entire life started to bother him. If the more he told the story, the more gratefully became the more gracefully became the more. He wanted to find her defend her, but also just to show or the life he had because of her, he Google around for, but then realize you didn't have any idea how to spell her name pestered both of his old schools, but neither of them had any record over no one even remembered his investigations, such as they were sort of half asked. But what was he gonna do hire private. I am. My name is Irving bot Winnick and my businesses called serving by Irving. So you specialize in finding people. That's though we dig them up. Actually, we have a model if they're live, we serve them. If the dead will tell you where the buried Irving's the private detective who serves lots of court papers since Emmer wasn't going to hire one this American life did it forum. So we have somebody we need to find. Okay. All right. So so the person that would like to find is called miss aims. Not sure how to spell that. I have reasons to think I can mention later that that she was married, at least the last time I saw her which was in nineteen ninety three in Atlanta, Georgia ever went under explain in great detail any new. Basically nothing about her height weight. I call her all mystery when urban asked him what she looked like he said, quote, she was neither particularly skinny fat, not particularly short nor tall. She looked normal. He said about the only thing he remembers about her as what she done for him and Irving thought the fulltime English teacher would be a good place to start, but Emmer didn't remember her name either. Do you have a class book for the year. Oh, no, no. Somehow Irving seem to find whatever was saying useful. He wrote little nose to himself about what I do not know. But at the top of the page, you wrote MS aims. Then he wrote a big question Mark. Then he asked Emmer to go away right down everything you could remember from that period of his life. But before he lifted a finger to find miss aims, he said he needed to character check on Emmer because a lot of times investigators get cases where they're trying to track somebody down and then they go and they kill them. So we have to sorta verify, you know what you're telling us is the truth as well..

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Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer will score 'Wonder Woman 1984'

/Film Daily

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer will score 'Wonder Woman 1984'

"Let's move on to our next topic in this news discussion, and that is wonder, woman nineteen Eighty-four has gotten has announced their composer Brad tells us about it. Yeah, it's a pretty exciting. I think, upgrade in my opinion the the original score or wonder, woman was was pretty solid. I, you know, I, I enjoy the theme, but that came from the Batman versus superman ejection of wonder woman, but Rupert grace. Williams still did a pretty good job making a solid score for it. But for wonder, woman is eighty four. We're getting Hans Zimmer who is probably best known for providing the score for all the Christopher Nolan, Batman movies, and having him on board is definitely, I think going to make this movie even more epic than the first one Hans emerges has away with his orchestral arrangements that has really brought a lot of life to DC movies, and he's just he's really just one of the best, you know, composers out there like Hans Emmers among the household names that you hear when people know people who have scored movies among ended likes of John Williams and things like. That. So, yeah. Hear what he does. His score for the dark Knight, I think is still one of my favorites of all time. So if he could, if he could bring even a tenth of that to wonder woman, I would be happy each day. How do you feel about this new year? Big wonder, woman fan I make fed. I I remember Hans Zimmer was the one who composed wonderman. I sort of issue with you introduction theme and they reuse that for wonder woman. And I've maybe they'll kind of re imagine it for wonder, woman nineteen Eighty-four, which I'm very excited for perhaps a few more electric. Guitars. Ooh, I'm excited for him to sort of tap into maybe the cynth- of eighties music and see if he plays without a little bit. Oh, I didn't even think about that. That'd be. That'd be fantastic. I am so excited.

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Multivitamin-mineral supplements do not reduce heart disease, deaths

24 Hour News

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Multivitamin-mineral supplements do not reduce heart disease, deaths

"Three zero w beautiful morning partly cloudy skies in seventy right now big stories in the news this morning one is the cape rescue that is once again underway at this hour another live update coming up also last night's announcement by president trump brad kavanagh is his pick for the supreme court the fiftythreeyearold a solidly conservative politically connected judge was once a law clerk for the retiring justice anthony kennedy plenty of reaction to that throughout the morning one of our guests here in the morning news at about seven twenty tom emmer the republican congressman from here in minnesota we'll get his thoughts on it end throughout the day we'll obviously get reaction from folks like that and from you as well here at eight thrill wctc others a new analysis this morning of eighteen different studies and what it finds is that multivitamins do not help in preventing heart disease or heart attacks research published in the journal circulation looked at data involving more than two million participants with an average twelve years of follow up the team found no association between taking multi vitamin and mineral supplements and a lower risk of death from cardiac diseases as many as thirty percents of americans use such supplements but the american heart association says eating a healthy diet with more fruits and vegetables is the best way to have a healthy heart alison keys cbs news.

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"emmer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Shania rajkumar back with you and i am joined by congressman tom emmer he's in studio he represents minnesota's six district and he too will face the election booth himself the this november's we'll talk about that with him you can talk with them to give us a call six five one nine eight nine nine two to six or text us eight one eight zero seven congress congressman emmer lots of texts coming in for you i and some tweets i wanna try to get to as many as i can i might need to sort of combine some but here's one connected to the election and this is someone saying this so i haven't checked the facts on it but this listener says tom tina smith and tim palencia refusing to debate their primary opponents can you strongly encourage them to do this why can't encourage them didn't do anything but i can ask congressman emmer is that true and what's the deal with this i don't know what tina smith and tim pollinator doing what are you doing i don't i don't know where that's coming from the i'm just going to run a race rashidi right through the tape every day in this job and i met you a couple years back so you know every day in this job for me is a job interview so if somebody wants to try and make an issue which i've even heard about town halls i'm yeah i would argue that with the exception of perhaps one democrat senator i'm as accessible if not more accessible than any member of minnesota's federal congressional delegation we're just going to keep doing that i i don't know who this person is or what they're left i mean are you open to debating any opponents if there's a legitimate candidate out there that actually is running a legitimate campaign we're always willing to listen to that all right that's the question i parse out of that so you've heard it here right here wbz newsradio radio rossini asking congressman emmer you can quote him this person says rossini i agree with mr moore regarding the handicapping of the selection of the next supreme court justice i would argue that the same thing is happening with politics in general and with i'd love to hear what mr amer would suggest to address the problem thank you marty in minneapolis that's interesting marty in terms of how do you interpret that rossini from my standpoint supreme court justices and quite frankly anybody who sits on overseas a court of law it could be an arbitrator it could be anybody that is making a decision based on the rule of law and facts presented they have to do it with blinders when it comes to gender race political perspective they're supposed to just literally apply the letter of the law to the facts as they are presented i'm not sure what mardi means in terms of money do feel let's talk about this so you're a republican in and sometimes you're ingredient with majority of your party sometimes you're not what does it mean to you to be a republican well from my perspective i believe it's i think in its most pure form a republican believes that solutions should come from the individual and its most pure form a democrat would believe that we gotta be very careful with just entrusting it all to the individual because they might be greedy they might take advantage of their naming the statue of liberty exactly so they they believe you need to put more again in the most pure form so anybody out there better not say oh emmer saying democrats this republicans this but if you look at it from those two extreme positions yes the answer lies somewhere in between and i would say that i tend to favor i trust the human being i before i trust government and i think a lot of my friends on the other side of the aisle they trust government before they trust the individual because they think the individuals going to take care of him or herself before they do everything else i wanted to kind of a fire around.

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"emmer" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on My Black Friend

"Wash but you have there is no science to back the idea of washing your meat i don't care if you will always watch in black you'll always be wrong black people will always ignorance will wash it again i said then you're at your telling me like black people will always be ignorant because we're doing something with no information his word out like this is just the thing closet that we have to be fucking ignorant to wash me because you're doing something with zero emmer mation no reason shit that nigger hayes there when the white person says well you just being ignorant then and then you walk the upper term from idiot no it's fucking offensive as firm but i'm ignorant because i walk a fucking neat because you're doing it for zero reason and then arguing that it's better and i'm like no science goes against everything you're doing and you're like yeah i don't believe in science is fucking dumb sometimes not always a fucking thing it is always a thing that is the most ridiculous statement is not is not a ridiculous they may fuck science that white science that's what it is you're just being ridiculous no i'm not being ridiculous you're advocating for ignorance raw bloody me out the pay season i don't know what you said is that what you do yeah take the meat out cook it yeah you don't you don't need to wash it off jesus christ.

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"emmer" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"Yeah yeah everytime mark emmer comes on there i dunno everyone's you four can everyone especially if you're done seventeen all those michigan fans we know that they're already out of the building there's fickle at this point they're like i i have to hear ooh you taking a shot are we off the bandwagon no no we're not let's talk about mission we we've given the villanova love of villanova fans are probably going to be mad at us you'll you'll minutes talking about how it was the second most dominant run second in two thousand nine seventeen boys saying i don't know if i saw it on his podcast because it's all blended like you and i know what i've seen moguls we're going on all over every network that exists talking about this stuff people will just want to hear from us so i don't know where i said this but the villain overrun was almost boring not in the not certainly not in the play on the core like duri uninterrupted i saw i was drunk in the uber and saying oh oh yeah yeah that's right that's right that's right now i remember oh yeah yeah it wasn't a show it was it was it was drunk in newburgh that's right you're always on like you're always it wasn't like it obviously wasn't boring on the court it was just like there was never there was maybe one moment against west virginia where you thought they might potentially maybe sort of kind of half the play well to gut this one out and like outside of that there was never even tonight against michigan when they were down seven fourteen it felt like to me that villanova came out in this game and said we're just going to rain threes like we did against kansas and that's that's going to be the vibe of this game michigan did what they had to do made it like a defensive like we're going to stop villanova villanova wasn't really interested in playing defense because they're like we don't need to play defense for gonna hit eighteen threes again and just below him out so they weren't really playing defense.

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"emmer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And issues especially like this one it's really really important the stories like yours end up getting old because they make it because because they make a huge difference you know and there's no way if you haven't been through you can't relate unless you hear those things you just don't know and i mean we're we're we're so blessed to be able to have you obviously here but to be able to share the stories like this stories along i wanna give a special shout out to congressman tom emmer and congressman jason lewis who both responded to my request right away voted for the bill both signed on as co sponsors of the legislation and are really pushing it forward kudos to lewis and emmer and peterson for supporting it the opposite of kudos to the rest of kudos backwards take your you take away anybody you get those kudos taken back so it sounds like the bill is going to be coming back through regular order up for another vote a simple majority will be needed to pass it so we hold likely pass but if you live in one of the five other congressman's district you know that did not vote for this reach out to your office to their officers let them know that giving terminally ill patients are shot getting government the heck out of the way reaching out pulses office for sure from some people inside well some patient groups came out against it and i said yes those same patient groups that historically have taken marching orders from the far left i i've worked my entire life volunteering for the.

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"emmer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Abortion and compounding that problem they recognize that some of these centers do engage in intentionally deceptive counseling or advertising practices that can confuse woman and make it more difficult for them to make these kinds of important critically important decisions fully informed and in a timely manner so that's why these notices there's some important in the first amendment person does not stand in the way of disclosure requirements that ensure that individuals are fully informed of their rights and services available to them under law in fact in a number of context the supreme court has upheld against first amendment challenge appropriately tailored disclosure requirements the fact that a speaker may be opposed to the particular statutory right issue even vehemently so simply doesn't change these basic first amendment principles doctor who thinks that the notice informing people about their right to medical privacy doctor who thinks that notices wasteful or burdens emmer damaging to the environment still has to give it out to his or her patients an employer who doesn't think that family medical leave act benefits should go to married same sex couple still needs to post notice about the family medical leave act in the workplace after all federal protections often sparked bitter controversy the fact that someone is opposed particular right simply does not exempt them from generally applicable neutral disclosure requirement it doesn't matter whether that opposition is based on religious or moral grounds and it doesn't matter what the topic of that right is be it medical privacy equality or is it in this case women's healthcare lifland these centers are obviously opposed to abortion contraception and they council women at accordance with those beliefs and those beliefs.

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"emmer" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"Today's episode of side hustle school is brought to you by seattle's best coffee over here we took a spring break from our ordinary coffee and try the seattle's best coffee post alley blend guess what we're going to try it again way back in 1979 stewart brothers set out to craft the best cup of coffee by using only the finest beans and perfecting their signature smoothie roast they landed on something downright delicious because they knew they had something special they entered a competition emmer named the best coffee in seattle take a spring break from your ordinary coffee and try seattle's best coffee it's so smooth so delicious you won't want to go back visit seattle's best dot com for more information and ways to save mm hello and welcome this is episode of four hundred and twentyfive of side hustle school i'm your host chris gayle about i have the privilege of bringing you at different true story every day of someone who's creating a bit more freedom for themselves someone who's taking ownership over their lives not necessarily becoming an entrepreneur unecessarily quitting their job but in whatever situation they are in life establishing an additional source of income so that they have the ability to do more of what's important to them that is what it's all about it's also about using the skills you already have it's also about not going into debt it's also about not taking a lot of risk what today story features a college student who becomes a semiprofessional speaker all walk working fulltime job and also going to school fulltime i don't think we've ever talked about this at least not so directly on the show you know a lot of surveys report that people's number one fear is public speaking at least for a lot of people but what if speaking is exactly what you want to do what if you'd like to get paid for it while working in other job or pursuing another career so today you'll hear about that student who talks his way into speak.

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"emmer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Emmer kyle's zimmer we had in studio with us you should remember that we had kyle's zimmer who used in the royal system said some armed problems high first round pick big power righty big spring for him the ship okay well again i kc zimmer every right collegiate level like in there i can a it can adults us f products not to mention uh the guy who had the you know scott cousins us f i'm having a nice guy solvit where i attended a game in now you dry and worked me with all this knowledge on what happened is scott cuts after he heard posy that's about it right abyan badmouth amount of the sport he is he out of this nor not on scene has gone just as is now i i don't think sapien badmouth amount of sport unhelpful the ads for sure yet too bad it couldn't have been an adult wanna say an an unknown player but you her one of the better players in the game and they're there led to a rules change yeah exactly inactivity scott cousins right now is uh i've got his wicket pedia uh than look like it says plate last played with the angels from two thousand ten to two thousand thirteen so uh anybody knows the whereabouts of scott cousins banged the number eight away that i like to know where he is he's a good guy by the way he was a really good guy yeah unfortunately you know he's the guy who took town buster and all my got it by the way hurting that ensued from their godly hey our friend uh you know up in in nevada muscle mud they clinched the tie for their league championship so of course now they've got to go to the playoffs but the big west it would they won last night nevada may be the second best team in the west coast while who first maybe st mary's man st mary's pretty good yeah the.

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"emmer" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"And spam prevention process you actually directly increase your unresolved so that's a great thing to do yeah obviously google the five hundred pound gorilla in the space are there any other search engines that are worth any effort at all or is like i just even know from my own experience it was like yeah those other search engines due to drive traffic if you only have four hours you're going to get 10x your effort for google so exactly yeah you always ileye primary spoke at great then i have i don't mind that we've been working on her allow and i mean they dominate everywhere on google emmer kind of running things won't be law and wait to link timepiece and like i'm hadn't that a key player but we've also focused now we're like okay let's see if you can get air traffic on but that like usually well after they are dominating google uh that we would even go that wrote you look at yelp and apple maps is another one that is growing and relevant so just making sure that the lifting is correct on apple and says you know categories things like that actually like to the website contrary is obviously important and most iphone user uh we'll have apple mapped as default on their own so it's one that i know and a growing in importance yeah and so none other than this we're getting into rough waters hereby mean yelp has always struggled a bit with canada as a rough customer you know kennedy that people vendors complaining about the how how can i get the difficult reviews off their and of course a lot of times was difficult reviews are warranted so it's not as if there's a it's not like a true shaked down but de find stuff on the upside you get involved with any of that and trying to optimize yelp or tended leave that alone kill you i commend the preeminent harming hearing they have everything now i came in for example they've nature i'm eric holiday could it be the messaging feature and if you don't have an eagle guilt actually puts a legal and you're listening saying this business doesn't have.

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"emmer" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Am i feel so guilty having to yell at emmer or disciplined emmer whatever and i always think at least till never lie to me but despite how strongly i feel this i think maybe it isn't really true because dogs might not have complex enough could mission to really understand the fact that they're lying or understand what they're doing but just as one example so if my dog charlie has been fed dinner by one member of the household he will sometimes seemed to try to convince said different member of the household that he hasn't had dinner yet i met my cat a a similar thing and maybe i'm just projecting imagined motivations our strategies on like a generalised begging behavior but it it certainly seems real it feels real and if it were real if he were actively trying to deceive us and cheat and other meal out of us he would not be alone in the animal world tribute on the on the other hand like a dogs can eat whenever can eat right a cats can eat when it wherever can eat even if it does ends up puping because eaten too much will whether or not that's actually a good example the point is that animals other than humans absolutely can lie deceive some make an entire way of life out of it many can't live without it um and i guess we should be clear the animal deception isn't exactly the same as human lying right there some kind of difference there that's important well we're certainly not talking about a conscious act right we're we're talking about something that's more primitive something that really i think is beneath the surface of human deception like the did the natural involved action that are human lives are just up in a human exaggeration off yeah exactly m we so we don't want to draw one one comparison between animal deception and human lying but it is interesting cements how instincts will animal deception tactics often take place for like the same reasons and the same types of motivations that you see humans consciously engaging in.

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"emmer" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Mike amega glacier like i think emmer like like any family family tells you what they want you to know about your family young your heritage and the history sometimes earlier all around like like i did very few other asian or chinese people you don't know the difference between those two things about your family should ask seems like a could be cultural shit and vice versa could be just very specific to your family or whatever you know this reminds me of ife i feel like i've seen it link people on black twitter wilson hands get into this where like you'll see like black americans and if there and like a head wrap that maybe as an african printer they're wearing clothing or whatever that as africanprint on it and i've seen some africans people from africa get mad about it and they're like oh you know you're appropriating our culture now obviously the argument is that i could very easily be from whatever african country or from we just don't know because they categorized as with chairs so i was hit like you know where where we were coming roman and so sale the argument is sort of like you know black americans lost a lot of their routes and so it's a way of like trying to connect with the motherland and things like that i don't really have a solution by all that to say it reminds me of that debate and it's like i understood why the debate that's why the question asked her i think feels like it could be racist because it's frame through the same wines as like if a white person did this you would immediately be like fuck you by its i'd like does being just the happening to be genetically nigerian but not really edging rain will drop that part of her argument oh it up i mean if younger aligned to me she's married yeah but here mary nigerian.

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"emmer" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"In tomahawk wisconsin grading emmer you get a chance check i'll do cited numerous swimmers okay it is beautiful work and i've got some of his spinning because left to give on the show that that's that's really cool um well you're northern wisconsin you get you get now uh did you get out in pretty pretty much up there you know um i've i've really had a good good time fishing this year we've gotten uh somalis in the boat they were pushing twenty eight inches awhile we've got some nice pace in the mid thirties and just having a lot of fun are you are you looking days fish oh absolutely i was playing with my any of this morning you know i think that's the wonderful thing about about about this is that this can be a great sort of fun innocent than i don't mean innocent any negative whip passion of collecting lawyers and getting kids and bob how do we get kids interested in this stuff i i've got a grandson sebastian i think would probably get a kick out of these lures how do i get them involved room to show and the the club numbers these creek little kids like loyalty they give them tackle they'll sit down and talk with them i mean go these guys are the salt of the earth still talk to anybody all right now we can go to your website nfl c c don oregon join you can't are absolutely john colin hey thanks for being with us and big wild thank you sir appreciate uh by fascinating staff check it out nfl c c dot org some great photos.

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"emmer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The brick and bubba show hey you can catch written bubba earlier in the day on thunder they are here in the afternoon tune in at four o'clock from four until six tomorrow afternoon non thunder cbs news update house republicans unveiled their tax reform proposals speaker paul ryan the world is passing this country by emmer losing jobs and companies as a result of it so the political will among the numbers here in the house as shown by the numbers the ways and means committee is ironclad to get this done match despite misgivings on some of the particulars by some republicans including those representing high tax states that will lose those deductions for state and local income taxes under the plan democrats charged that the richest americans will benefit the most by reductions in and the eventual elimination of the estate tax and a dramatic drop in the corporate tax rate on that front republicans say it's all about creating jobs miles auslin is a markets reporterfor yahoo finance right now that the tax system incentivizes basically usbased companies to have operations overseas they wanna make it more attractive that those profits would come through the us but they be taxed at a lower rate so the us government would still get some revenue cbs news update i'm jim chenevey in above that graded leasing and brains may the burma control of thirty five minutes past the hour the rick a shadowy 6'8 sweeping big is our number as we make our way back thanks for being with us today we're we're asking the audience right now at best suggested questions brushed you asked the membership a trump cabinet that will be interviewing this afternoon with supposedly including the president's sale uh now drink i will be disappointed if we're not invited to go back into the back rooms of the white house and in hanging out yeah well that's margo who else it is thank him yeah we're we're trying to build a bridge she for the stars babylon i hit one i don't know uh people can says no that's it that's it and send me how we agape rick i expect a text from the white house bathroom lucky different regards donor retex me you know what you can count on that i'm all try to drop addition white house and senior taste was a.

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"emmer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"When was the mri your ray done about markelle we may have to repeat those because i need to see what's happening now compared to before if he didn't do an mri i even want again our i it act yeah you've got to do the americas the americans import to show us beyond the bone accurately shows you an outline of the bone emmer i looked at ligament tendon he know cartilage lebron cuff in all that so you we wanna do all that to see where you really are okay according can't that there were minimal hartley up at the xray is not a test ever for cartilage alqaeda test of the bone and they're looking at spacing which is not a direct tests like an mri that sort of like you know the delhi that when you go to get meat they slice it on that slice of machine the delhi this is probably the best visual i could give you you know that will i don't even know what they call it but as the loading units got in on alvin it maybe it's called olive loaf whenever its okay so let's say you are in the delhi in your slicing into this bologna in it sooner or later you're going to hit this all of and you're slicing through the first part of the olive within the middle than the entire out when you take that slice you're seeing every millimetre of you know that olive in the blow he so you're seeing everything you're seeing every part of it that sort of like the mori were they take a slice and then they put it flat on the the paper and they read everything that is happening throughout that hold joint so that really is always the best tested do for your back your joints your organs so that will give us a great deal more information special the ara an i've ever and how credit better.

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"emmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That area but their covered up fairly well camouflage i don't know how many people are down there i'm assuming the plan would beat a leave those people alone or maybe put in portable toilets are you talk about all all over the county all over the city extensively well i only have jurisdiction for the city of anaheim and i'm asking my colleagues that we've had a model that hopefully other cities for followed so that if we are literally like or as to the county emmer on the same direction we help the entire region it will be you know a step by step i have to get approval for this plan for anaheim first tonight at our council meeting tonight at anger and then we'll go from there i look forward to continuing the dialogue with you and others and certainly everybody's input is needed any volunteer effort is welcome it if not something that any one person or anyone city co saw on the county is doing a yeoman's job at they need help it's well county noses this is going to go through tonight i i suspect it well i mean that each member of the board that i've talked with understand the urgency of this and is committed to resolving at and responding to community concern fell i'm going to go down there and lending my voice and literally sitting right outside the civic center to support them uh because we need when we meet all hands on deck do you have any estimate of how long it would take to get started after you have committed or is that still in the planning stage you really don't know literally the hardware starts tomorrow morning if this plan is approved we get to work right away i want to have that emergency operations meeting set up by the end of next week i wanted crimeline where we can start noticing an an kerr encampments deliver bad within sixty days are so that we are resolving that situation which is the most urgent before the winter storms arrive and then we roll out and expand from there uh again it will be a working document it more involved all agencies to make sure that we are proceeding in a way at its legal and appropriate and compassionate but also i just wanna finish with we have to.

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"emmer" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"emmer" Discussed on WTMA

"Hitler what the cnn logo on the face as good i mean about as well hitler's forget used to be that hitler was a right out couldn't use hitler get don't compare to people there hitler the left has gone so crazy they call everybody hitler now so hitler's been worn down to a no oblige the like the word a racist has been worn d'honneur rub not by these people emmer hillary clinton calling african africanamerican superpredators remember that further clinton crime bill thing to be encouraged racean at record rates of african americans under the clinton crime bill you may remember the mt fought people let the occupy and elsewhere with their anti police signs and does stuff all my heroes kill cops that's a sign i have it up in from with a um a a young woman a young woman who is raised by a presumably left wing lunatic parents and they raised her to wear black goodies and black bandanas on her face and make signs on cardboard that say all my heroes kill cops and and all this a good stuff i've got to turn the computer screens mike mckay concede her and they have these anti cup games at the occupied movement and that a picture of the guy at the occupy movement defecating on a new york city police car at the thing there and uh all the sexual assault set the occupy movement gatherings around the country where they had to set up sexual assault tents at most of their major operations around the country and of course they incite this violence and and we know we have video of former democrat congressman and exconvict are bob kramer robert kramer spelled creamer who is married to democrat congresswoman jan schakowsky video of him thanks to james o'keefe project veritas explaining how they trained people for weeks and paid them to go to trump rallies on disrupt them to create episodes at the trump events on then the news media misrepresents it to you the the consuming audience the news and journalism consuming audience celebrating time in which we live as we had another leftwing suicide attacker at the republican baseball practice couple weeks ago just outside of.

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