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"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:34 min | 2 d ago

"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"Yes, why is mad about it? 'cause he excretes it. Also, what tech do you think will be most transformative? Well, at this exact moment I'm feeling super optimistic about nuclear fusion as an unlimited source of carbon neutral power. I think that it's the hard science stories that give you the most hope. We're on the cusp of really true revolutions in health sciences in BioTech in just taking out viruses now, one by one with mRNA vaccines. And of course, with energy, transformation. And so I'm guessing the social media side of things are the stories that make you a little more pessimistic. A little more pessimistic. Yes. I mean, you know, common truth, right? Someone said that recently at an event I was at that we have to have a common truth. And this information divide is so dangerous. And the ways in which information gets out and is attached to advertising is so frankly predatory and manipulative, I do have hope that the younger generation people who are kids right now, that they're building up an immunity to social media, I hope that there is more critical thinking more awareness, less interest, frankly, in Facebook. You know, these are forces that have only been informational forces that have only been part of our society for less than two decades. It's still pretty new, and we just sort of maybe haven't learned how to use it yet, deal with it yet. Discard the things that are not good for our society. It's just a question of how bad it'll get before we build up that immunity. Here's another question from Artie shahani, who asks, what's the silver bullet to rebalance power in the tech industry? Like if you were advising lawmakers on where to focus, what would you suggest? Really simply, in this country, this is like a large philosophical answer I know, but we're having a conversation right now about holding elites to account. That really is all this comes down to. Like, there are companies that are so big that they're breaking laws and we're not stopping them. Like the current FTC commissioner, Lena Khan, has made the argument that existing antitrust law, some of it needs to change, but that existing antitrust law is enough to take on the companies that represent illegal monopoly. We just have to be able to do it. We have to enforce our tax laws. If there is a silver bullet to rebalance power because we're speaking as fantastically as possible, it's accountability. It's rules that everybody can believe in. Okay, this is from me. What are you going to miss the most about marketplace tech? It is so great to have a place to put your ideas every single day. It's a short show, but it feels like unlimited real estate to build a body of work to get ideas out. It was pretty wonderful to have a thing that was just like a daily radio representation of the inside of my brain. But Molly said, what she's really gonna miss is the team. We'll miss her too. Jesus alvarado, Sasha Fernandez and Stephanie Hughes produce our show. Jodie Becker is our senior producer, Becca weinman is our engineer. I'm Kimberly Adams, and that's marketplace tech. This is APM.

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"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:25 min | 2 d ago

"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"Tech host, Molly wood. From American public media, this is marketplace tech. I'm Kimberly Adams. Marketplace tech host mollywood is leaving journalism after two decades in the field, including the past four years as host of this show and more recently, as co host of the marketplace podcast make me smart and host of her new show about climate change solutions, how we survive. And since Mali's a tough reporter, who has asked some pretty hard questions of her guests over the years, we felt it was only fair that listeners got to submit some questions for her. So we started with Keira Davis, who tweeted us a question, what was Molly's career path? And how did she end up in tech and finance journalism? I started out as a hard news journalist did some sports and moved to the Bay Area in 1999. And if you moved to the Bay Area in 1999, you were doing tech. And that was at a time when a lot of these businesses and business models were just developing. And so it ended up being this sort of incredible economic education in capital formation, venture capital, the inevitable march toward monopoly, and then, of course, I was lucky enough to land at marketplace, which really finished off the economics part of that equation. That actually leads pretty nicely into our next question from Jorge Martinez, who asks, over your years in the tech industry, what positive changes have you seen on how we treat women in this industry? Well, I think that is a mixed bag. It is certainly there is more conversation than there used to be about women in the tech industry. That's no question. But I will say that over 20 years of tech journalism, I can't say that there's been a sea change. I think it's still in the lots of work to be done stages. There are still a lot of empty stalls in the women's bathroom at tech events that I go to..

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Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | Last week

Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

"Know there's a conservative crack up going on inside the beltway as Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes have departed from Fox News. There's a story at the American spectator about addition by subtraction at Fox News with which I disagree. Molly Hemingway quotes from it approvingly. Molly is a good friend as his mark. Byron York works with both Jonah and Steven Jonah longtime friend of the show, Stephen a's used to be. He drops a nuclear bomb on my head a couple of years ago that I didn't see coming, but I don't know what that's all about. Byron York works with everybody and apparently amicably like I try to do as I quote tamale Lincoln's first inaugural. We are not enemies. We must not be enemies, but friends, Byron, what is going on? Well, good morning you. My official position in all of this is that I wish everyone well. Yeah, you and I pretty much adopt the same view on beltway, penda tree. Yeah, well, what can I say? You're a Fox News contributor. Do you have a conflict? I don't want to put you in a bad spot. No, I am a Fox News contributor. I have been since 2006. And I've been happy to be Fox News. So I think that that's my story right there. And by the way, I am an NBC News contributor though I've been exiled and they're about to breach my deal. I don't know why, but I've been exiled. So who knows what's going on inside of network executives trying to figure out their audiences? I think this all comes down to trying to find your audience and keep them happy. Well, I mean, there's always been this a lot of commentary about thoughts about having almost being like the old broadcast entertainment networks. In the sense that they had the news division and then they had entertainment programming. So people said, well, the prime time program on Fox is kind of like the entertainment programming and the special report and approximately Sunday in the whole daytime, really are all about the news division. I think that's unfair because a lot of news is made during prime time on Fox. But clearly it's opinion driven and clearly Steve and Jonah became increasingly uncomfortable with the prime time programming. So I am not sure what to say beyond

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'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Tells Us What to Expect From Her Latest Book

The Dan Bongino Show

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Tells Us What to Expect From Her Latest Book

"The book we're talking to Molly Hemingway author of rigged How the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections What can we expect in the book Things will learn in there because I think we're all suspicious Molly and it's the most American thing we can do is to ask questions I mean we had an unprecedented at least in modern times pandemic and election with millions of mail in ballots with counties that had very little experience with mass mail in ballots Florida has a lot of experience with that Therefore their election went off pretty well So what can we expect to find in the book Because a lot of people are still really concerned about this given 2022 being right around the corner So I tell a lot of stories detailed substantiated stories mostly focusing on Georgia Wisconsin and Pennsylvania But at heart it really deals with two big issues And the first one which kind of blew me away was the role that Mark Elias played in corrupting our elections I had been following Marc Elias because he was the guy who created the Russia collusion hoax in 2016 He was Hillary Clinton's general counsel He's the one who paid the people to make up the Russia story So I'd already been calling him I couldn't believe what a big role he played in corrupting our 2020 elections by enacting hundreds of changes of important election integrity laws flooding the zone with the mail in ballots We had such a more than threefold increase in the number of mail in ballots And it was just like you said done very sloppily And then the other thing was that I had been led to believe that when Mark Zuckerberg put $419 million of his money into the election system that this was like bipartisan help for COVID relief It wasn't That was a lie It was an overtaking of governmental election offices which are supposed to be preserved from partisan politics to run the democratic get out the vote operation and they focused on blue cities and counties in swing states Philadelphia to turn Pennsylvania and the cities in Wisconsin to turn Wisconsin Atlanta to turn Georgia and it was plotted out very savvy completely wrong I mean they just brought in an army of left wingers to run democratic operations in inside our governmental election offices And it was really effective

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The Media Are the Most Powerful, Unaccountable Political Actors in U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Media Are the Most Powerful, Unaccountable Political Actors in U.S.

"We're talking to Molly Hemingway a terrific writer also the author of one of the hottest books out there right now rigged How the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections Molly you know listen there are two people out there who I think are the biggest narrative busters on the right So I'll throw Sean Davis in there too You and Tucker You go throw a hit with an S in front of a grenade and the tent and a heartbeat if you think you think something's up No matter the media penalty and you're frequently attacked for it like Tucker and Sean are as well But the weird thing is you usually turn out to be right I mean you would debunk the hoax Russia hoax immediately You had shown the spygate story to not be a hoax But doesn't it speak to the power of the media over our collective Borg like psyche in this country on the left right now that people like you me Sean Tucker Greg Jarrod John Solomon We're all considered by the mainstream code Misinformation specialists and yet we've been right about everything Like there's nothing in your book you don't pack up with footnotes The Zucker box thing happened the Russian thing was old It's like again this did not speak to the power of the media that we're considered the outsiders and yet we were actually factually correct the entire time Oh it's amazing But I also think that it's important that people celebrate the marginalizing of our corporate media They have so much power They set narratives They do horrible things with their power And they are in my view the most powerful unaccountable political actors in the country But on the other hand nobody is believing there BS anymore and that's good And Democrats are and that's bad But their credibility is at an all time low I think the latest Gallup poll had 9% of Republicans believing corporate media and only a third of independence If not for Democrats they would just be totally in the

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Why Mollie Hemingway Wrote 'Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Mollie Hemingway Wrote 'Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections'

"This story of how the media unnecessarily divides us I think is the biggest story of our time Really I don't think that the country 30 40% of the country are genuinely dumb people I don't think that so you have to ask yourself why do they believe the things they believe And the answer is because they're told it often and isolated from the truth That's why Someone who doesn't lie to you and tells you the truth is a Molly Hemingway senior editor at the federalist who has a terrific book out rigged how the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections And might I add everything else to Molly Welcome to the show Thanks for joining us It's great to be here with you Molly you are a genuine media professional You know how it works You called at the last second which I love because I do the same thing You've done so much media You know they say call it one It really means one O 5 with 30 seconds And I like the way you optimize your time Very strategic and I got to say right Jim she cut it right up to the end That super impressed you one of the best Your book rigged how the beauty of big tech and the Democrats seized their elections It's been flying off the shelves It's a big issue And the media narratives about the election Molly are crazy I mean when you ask commonsense questions like hey what happened in Pennsylvania With the last minute unconstitutional changes to election law all of a sudden we're conspiracy theorists and crazies even though Hillary Clinton still thinks she won the 2016 election Your thoughts Exactly Exactly That's why I wrote it I was appalled how after the election even though we all experienced it as the weirdest election of our lifetimes with all the changes to the rules and the processes and the mail in ballots and the Zuckerberg funding and everything you weren't allowed to notice it or say anything And that just struck me as deeply suspicious And so I knew I wanted to look into it and figure out what actually had happened And I'm really glad

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Mollie Hemingway Compares the Media Outrage of 2016 Election vs. 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:02 min | Last month

Mollie Hemingway Compares the Media Outrage of 2016 Election vs. 2020 Election

"In the past Molly Hemingway if you had an oligarch like a Zuckerberg and this individual through their money around in a significant way to influence the outcome of election It would be a there'd be a national outcry But the media to if Karl rove worked with the cokes to put the entire army of young Republicans into the election system I happened to think that NPR might have covered it a little bit more It would have been outrage You think about what they did between 2016 and 2020 where the entire allegation of Russia collusion That was their claim that Trump stole the 2016 election which lasted for years Their claim was that because Russians had bought like a $100,000 in Facebook ads some of which benefited Hillary Clinton some of which benefited Donald Trump That put our entire country into chaos for years And it's nothing compared to what we're talking about that actually happened in 2020 Never made sense that the Russians would decide with Trump against Hillary They got everything they wanted from Hillary

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Mollie Hemingway Previews Her New Book 'Rigged' About 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:00 min | Last month

Mollie Hemingway Previews Her New Book 'Rigged' About 2020 Election

"Gas is Molly Hemingway who's a fantastic writer And appears on Fox when she appears on Fox It's like the old EF Hutton commercials Everybody listens The book is rigged how the media of big tech and the Democrats seized our elections And ladies and gentlemen this is one of these books you need to have Why Because it tells you what took place and we need to make sure it doesn't happen again Isn't that right Molly We need to make sure this never happens again and you lay the whole case out That's what people keep talking about it as if it's something that happened once in the past and that's all we have to talk about But I'm mostly interested in it because caring about the integrity of elections is not new I mean this is something people have battled over in the country for a long time but it's really important going forward Some of what they did to change election laws really degraded the quality of the election and you can't have that because it's actually a threat to the republic if both winners and losers can't trust what's going on

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Mark Levin Recommends 'Rigged' by Mollie Hemingway

Mark Levin

01:00 min | Last month

Mark Levin Recommends 'Rigged' by Mollie Hemingway

"And gentlemen those of you who have listened to this show of period of time I try to be as generous as I can with really good people Whether it's having people who sub for me and go on to other careers as podcasters or radio hosts Or authors who spend a lot of time writing really brilliant books I can't have everybody on I've talked about this before But I try to do my best and I do more than most And so whether we use this platform to allow people to become substitutes and project themselves from there or we use the platform to support certain authors That's a good thing It's a good thing And Molly Hemingway's book is fantastic Rigged how the media big tech and Democrats seized our elections I want to carry you very strongly You go on Amazon it's on sale grab it and you'll have it deliberate tomorrow the day after

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How Private Money From Facebook’s CEO and Wife Altered the 2020 Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

How Private Money From Facebook’s CEO and Wife Altered the 2020 Election

"Doctor William Doyle, welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. I appreciate you joining us. Thank you very much for having me, Mike. My pleasure. You know, I know we want to I don't want to drag you into the political wars that are going on and president Trump is maintaining that the election wasn't legit and everything and there's a lot of anger. There's a lot of frustration. I want to get into the nuts and bolts of what you're study found and I poured through these articles. I think it's a lot of it is the basis of Molly Hemingway's new book, but can you share with us an overview of how Mark Zuckerberg and his wife directed literally hundreds of millions. I think $419 million into communities into areas that Biden really needed and how that plays out. Try to break it down for us in layman's terms for a moment if you will. Okay, let me give it a shot. Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan donated out of their own personal resources, not through that they have a private foundation that they normally would do something like this through, but they went through they use their own private resources. And they funneled those resources into a little sleepy Chicago based nonprofit called the center for technology and civic life. Before 2019, their budget was about $1.8 million a year. And they seem to be engaged in pretty neutral in a tech related election issues. But then in 2020, they experienced this giant inflow of money from Mark Zuckerberg from its personal resources. How giant. It ended up totaling $350 million through that one organization. That $419.5 million figure includes another organization that they invested a lot in called the center for election innovation and research or CEI are. But our main focus is on CTCL because it was up $350 million gift or donation or whatever you want to call it to CTCL that had the most significant impact according to our research on the election

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'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway: What Happened During the 2020 Election Must Be Discussed

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | Last month

'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway: What Happened During the 2020 Election Must Be Discussed

"Show with us today is a legend. Someone who has made America a better place and you can't say that about many people. Molly, Hemingway, author of rigged. How the media big tech and Democrats have seized. Our elections, and it's out right now. Is that right Molly? Yeah. Just just came out and it's doing great. So. Good. Well, everyone go buy a copy, it is a number one bestseller in media Internet and in politics, lot I want to get into, but Molly, you are now bucking the consensus. You're not allowed to say the election was rigged because you're a threat to democracy. How dare you? That's actually partly why I wrote the book. I was very frustrated by the idiotic way that people were talking about the election. You weren't allowed to ask any questions and even before the election, I had felt that the media and tech environments were so corrupted and so brazen in their limiting of information that they were meddling with our election. And that's actually something that international observers will say that an election can't be deemed to be free or fair if you're in a propaganda or censorship environment. And that's what we're in. I mean, we have big tech controlling so much of what we're allowed to talk about, what we're allowed to share, what we're allowed to think. And I thought that was a really important part of the story. That's where I was mostly interested. But then, of course, people were also talking about all these changes to election law and how those changes had degraded the integrity of the election. And the fact that nobody else wanted to look into that, I thought, well, I have to research this. I have to report this. And I was frankly shocked and stunned by what I found. And so I'm really glad that I did write

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Mark Zuckerberg Spent $400 Million to 'Improve' Election Infrastructure

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

Mark Zuckerberg Spent $400 Million to 'Improve' Election Infrastructure

"There folks I'm talking to Mark. Hemingway, AKA Molly Hemingway. Mark, you mentioned Zuckerberg. He spent 400 million dollars to do something. The question is, was that wrong? Was that illegal? Can we blame him? What went So, in this case, Mark Zuckerberg spent in excess of $400 million on what was supposed to be improving the election infrastructure in America. Ostensibly, these were largely COVID grants like they were supposed to be going to the pay for PPE for election workers and things like that. In reality, he funded this money went through liberal groups where there were strings attached. And all of a sudden these liberal groups, this wasn't just like outside spending or liver groups were going in to try and have an impact on election. These people were embedded in election offices with public officials that were supposed to be bipartisan or non partisan. And as a result, you know, Zuckerberg's own people, essentially, we're doing everything from designing ballots to having access to state voter data is this illegal. No, and that's the crazy thing about it. This is like so insane that anyone would have tolerated this that no one ever even thought to pass any laws against it. You know, right now there's a bill in Congress, for instance, where they want to stop the private funding of deploying of National Guard troops at the border, which is something a bunch of rich people in Texas did recently. And I think there are, I agree with that. I think there are certain functions that are so important that should not be funded privately because of the risk of tainting them. And this is a classic example of that when but Democrats and by the way, this money was by Mark Zuckerberg was deployed in such a way that was extremely partisan, for instance, you know, Trump counties in Pennsylvania received 59 cents in Zuckerberg money per voter, whereas, you know, Biden counties averaged 2.85 per voter in terms of the money they got from

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Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | Last month

Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

"I'm talking to the husband of Molly Hemingway, Mark Hemingway together they put together a brand new book called rigged, how the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections. Mark, you were just saying that these generals and others who signed the letter calling the Hunter Biden laptop story Russian disinformation, they seem all to have known that they were lying that they were lying to the American people that they were using their public personae in a way that would be effective because of who they are and because of their titles. And that they did it because they thought they had to save the republic from another Trump presidency. And I only half jokingly refer to Hitler because very few people do monstrous things thinking I'm doing something monstrous. They always have what they think of as good reasons. The difference is that in a country of laws, like the United States of America, there are these guardrails. There's the constitution. We have jail for people who break laws. How is it you think that so many high figures, including Hillary Clinton would very very seriously lie? Another was know that they're lying and with a straight face, speak to American voters and citizens and say things that they know aren't even slightly true. With some desired effect. Do you suppose that they never thought that they would be found out? Is that part of it? I mean, so in the case of someone as large as Hillary Clinton, I mean, I do think that they're do exist, you know, avaricious narcissists at a level in our league leadership in this country that should be concerning to us. As for, you know, people that are further down the rung that are the lieutenant supporting all this nonsense, I think a big part of the problem, of course, is the media in this country. We have a hugely asymmetric media system in this country. You know, if I want to know what a liberal in this country thinks I can turn on the television in ten seconds later, I know what it is. You know, liberals in this country on the other hand, because they have such hegemonic control of all of these institutions, you know, they're not out there subscribing to the Claremont review of books or watching Eric metaxas to see what conservatives think about important

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"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

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"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

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Tired of robocalls? The FCC is still trying to stop them

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Tired of robocalls? The FCC is still trying to stop them

"The us about twenty percent of calls to cell phones and forty percent to landlines are robocalls many of them scams and tomorrow is the deadline for voice service providers including some phone companies to show the federal communications commission. What steps. they're taking to stop robocalls. Brad reeves is a professor of computer science at north carolina state university. He said the fcc is telling these companies to be on the lookout for clear signs of fraud for example if your phone company and you have a customer that is sending hundreds of thousands of calls per day but almost none of them get answered. Doesn't necessarily mean you're doing anything illegal but it certainly suspicious and you should be looking into it. So yeah i the fcc has a new system right like technical system that can help weed out the robocalls so the fcc is mandating that all providers either now or within a couple of years implemented set of technical standards called stir and shaken. This is something that changes. How calls are made to add a little token to indicate where the call came from and which provider was responsible for it. So you can think of this kind of like the post office putting a postmark on a stamp. The reason this is important. Is that when you receive a robo call and maybe you call your phone company to complain about it. They have to figure out where that call came from. And before sir shaking it was a laborious process that took days in most cases. Do you think that this is gonna work. I wouldn't bet on it. There are just too many loopholes and ways to bypass the

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Jeff Horwitz on the Facebook Files

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:44 min | 2 months ago

Jeff Horwitz on the Facebook Files

"What are the risks to this. Kind of internal research continuing. What would stop it. No i mean now that they're getting scrutinized for not acting on what they're finding is. Yeah well that's a. That is a deeply depressing thought. That's me the idea that journalism can be permanent. Sort of check on the company is not possible right in terms of providing information. and so. I think there's a legitimate question. As to whether this attention does disincentivize the company to do the sort of research to understand itself that you know. I think everyone wants them to do. But at the same time there has to be some other solution to understanding what is happening inside a company that has such a transformative lee powerful product. So you're not seeing like a a map forward to addressing it now. I think i think one of the interesting things is that very clearly looking at the research. People do have solutions internally that they're proposing and in fact some of them they've even tested and found to be somewhat effective but they do tend to work against the company's interests and that's i think a hard sell inside a for profit business so if they're not addressing thing satisfactorily. I gotta ask. What's the point of doing the research. I think some of it is just truly absolutely necessary to not be blindsided. I mean we're talking about a company that has repeatedly declared a break glass measures in recent months. That's their words for sort of emergency measures to slow the platform. If they don't study this stuff they have big problems on their hands. And i think we can talk about how we got to january six. But there's no question that viral misinformation about elections is a problem. I don't think just ignoring it. Completely sticking their head in the sand is an option. Well okay so tell me how this reporting started like why. Focus on facebook. Aside from being my be facebook touches pretty much everything. I used to cover politics and i realized that politics basically had turned into kind of tech beat already and i think that this sort of the range of stories. We've got this week which deal with powerful political actors overseas humanitarian crises. The mental health of teenagers and the sort of ability to sort of literally flip a switch and change the tenor of political discourse around the world. I mean it. Just sort of illustrates the range and power of this platform. And how did you. I mean. I can't tell you that i mean just spell the name. Yeah so so. It's not a coincidence that there are a lot of people who facebook has asked to work on deeply serious sometimes deadly serious societal issues that end up talking to folks like me as some of them have noted on twitter in recent days Sort of former employees. They end up talking because they aren't able to proceed with their work inside the company. What role do you think. The oversight board plays here. That is very much to be determined. The oversight board has to powers one of them is to issue binding rules on specific facebook posts. That are generally months-old right. So the trump Removal from the platform was something that they kind of have binding authority over the other option or the other power. They've got is the ability to ask. Facebook questions and facebook is required to respond to them and to give them information onto their deal with facebook as long as the questions irrelevant and i think one of the things are reporting showed is that facebook at the very least deeply misled its own oversight board an entity that they created literally last year and put one hundred and thirty million dollars behind to supposedly provide accountability and they in the words of a law professor who studied them closely. They lied to it so under those circumstances is kind of a real question about what they're going to what the oversight board is going to do in response to this They have issued sort of an expression of concern. And you know there are obviously. There are other ways that they could threaten facebook in terms of their cooperation with the company and things of that nature. I mean facebook has invested a lot into this program. But it's sort of unclear what you do if sort of the big picture power you've got isn't one that facebook's gonna respect. Jeff horowitz is a reporter for the wall street journal and now for some related links. We've got links to the ongoing coverage jeff n. team are doing at the wall street journal. They are working round. The clock to publish the facebook vials. Check it out. Facebook already takes aggressive action against disinformation campaigns spread by fake accounts and waged by say russia. Now facebook tells reuters. It's using the same techniques against coordinated campaigns from real accounts for example the lead up to the january sixth attack on the us capitol building oversight is done not by content moderators. But rather by facebook security experts it's unclear yet as to how this will affect public debate.

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There's Still a Lot to Learn About Buying Now and Paying Later

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

There's Still a Lot to Learn About Buying Now and Paying Later

"Been a huge surge in the buy now pay later space which is exactly what it sounds like. Get something you maybe can't quite afford. Pay it off in installments. You might not even need to have your credit checked by some counts. More than half of americans have used it. There are concerns that this new method of payment could be confusing us about what we want versus what we need and now a firm. A leader in this space is partnering with amazon. That will allow some amazon shoppers. Buying things that cost more than fifty dollars to pay in monthly installments. Max leveson is. Ceo of a. He believes the new model of buying is necessary. I really do think that revolving credits and credit cards are kind of power tool with safety permanently off. I think they're not designed well enough to keep you out of trouble and when we started the company my theory was always credit. Cards are neanderthal version. Of what really needs to

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"molly" Discussed on Let's Talk About It

Let's Talk About It

02:37 min | 2 months ago

"molly" Discussed on Let's Talk About It

"And i love how you said. It's okay and healthy to struggle to question as long as you don't give up on god who because it's just it's not. It's not practical. It's not reality that we won't struggle that we won't be sad or angry in our suffering. There's a lot of things that happen. That are weak. Be righteously angry about an you know. Go to god and ask. Why did you let this happen to me. And that's okay and that's healthy. As long as you don't give up on god as long as you keep going back to god as long as you don't lose hope and become apathetic or stop expecting that god will show up that god will be there that you stop waiting on god I remember i was confession. Wants and i was just telling the priests like i'm really angry at god. I don't know if this is a sand. But i'm really angry. I'm finding it really hard to pray. And he said well it sounds like you care a lot about god the fact that you're angry him and your wanna keep coming back to him asking. Why and. I just think that. I love that. You touched on that. Because that's such a natural part of suffering of being human and you know it's okay to struggle and suffer to struggled through our suffering as long as we keep going back to god and we don't give up on god and thank that he won't show up for us and think that he's not you know with us she really so will thank you so much molly for coming on for sharing such vulnerable part of your story and you're being open to talking about it. That's a big part memory. Podcast is talking about the things that are often laced with so much shame and shoved the dark. And you know the way. He'll is to mr talk about it. So thank you so much for being you know being open and Your story is just really beautiful to me. I've known for a long time. And i just loved to see you continue to blossom into grow in your ministry and your music and in your Your your own podcast. And yeah honestly just an honor to have you on to talk about this. Thank you thank you for having amazing to have any sort of platform to talk about it. And i love dislike. That's really the message of your pocket. It gets it's so crucial in the world today to talk about the things that other people might shy away from because those are often the things that we need to hear the most. So thank you for doing that..

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Black Garlic: An Amazing Health Powerhouse!

Diet Science

02:50 min | 2 months ago

Black Garlic: An Amazing Health Powerhouse!

"This week. We're talking about black garlic black garlic interesting. Yeah most people have probably heard of just regular fresh garlic with it's very strong smell and taste and it's crack kinda crunchy when you need it but Black garlic Is can a different. It's it actually. Is fresh raw garlic. That has been fermented so it changes through this fermentation process and actually turns a black color. And that happens through something called the molly yard. Reaction is basically when the like natural carbohydrates within a food start to change as they are exposed to heat and they kind of caramelizes. So it's kind of like you know. Mad reaction is when you caramelized onions or when you fried potatoes or something you see the the sweeter tastes. Come out when you do that. So is it for minted. The black garlic is actually fermented. And that's what makes it different. And what's really interesting is this fermentation process brings out more antioxidants than just regular fresh garlic. Oh no kidding yeah. It's it's actually not all that different than when you take a rock cow like raw chocolate and it usually undergoes a fermentation process and that brings out the the taste and flavour of chocolate. Which isn't really present or noticeable in just the raw like if you just opened up a cow fruit and took one of the little beans out and ate it. You wouldn't really taste chocolate one but the normal way that Cacao beans are prepared prepared. Is that the first step is to ferment. Them so they usually they do that in the right in the rainforest where they grow and they just scoop them all out of the pods and then they cover it up in With banana leaves. And then they let it ferment. With garlic it's done a little bit more Like a regular commercial process of doing that. So what what it does is it's It's fermented for a period of time under a high temperature and under a high humidity so the humidity is going to be about eighty to ninety percent humidity. Which is the moisture. And then the temperature is going to be between one hundred and forty and one hundred ninety four degrees fahrenheit which is about sixty to ninety degrees celsius and so it is kept this usually for like a few weeks and in the process. What happens is the garlic turns a black color like i mentioned and then it also loses that really pungent

Beached Rat Carcasses Indicate Mass Rodent Death During Ida

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Beached Rat Carcasses Indicate Mass Rodent Death During Ida

"Gotha missed today. The headline says beached rat carcasses indicate mass rodent death during ida experts. Say they were talking about the number of beach of of rat carcasses that have been found along the beaches of new york city since that storm came through. And here's what bobby corn corrigan. A longtime pest control expert and former rhode intelligence for the new york city department of health. Set with this with this particular storm. Any rats that were in the sewers were either crushed by the current or swept out into the rivers now rat populations in new york city number typically in the millions right so i tweeted out this story today and then i got a bunch of responses along these lines which is peace from the cdc from a number of years ago that says rats can swim or wade in the water for up to three days without drowning. They like to swim a very good at it. Iraq survived being flushed down the toilet and might even get back into the same building by swimming back the same way

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Australian Rally Car Driver Molly Taylor on Extreme E

The Autosport Podcast

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Australian Rally Car Driver Molly Taylor on Extreme E

"Today's show. We're joined by one of motorsports leading female talents in mali. Taylor for those unaware molly has burst back onto the global rally saying in extreme either this year as one half of nico rosberg victorious rosberg ex racing outfit while extreme e has propelled molly back into the spotlight the and has rallying in her blood competed in australia and europe. In two thousand sixteen molly became the first woman to win the australian rally championship and this year. She has returned to the world rally championship with a three rally program in rally. Three ford fiesta. Welcome to gravel notes. Molly thanks for having me. I haven't spoken to you for probably a couple of years now. I think the last time. I spoke g was a winton when you're doing. Tci australia so a lot's happened since then. Just fill in about what. What's been going on since then look into then. I guess we had all had locked locked down again. But during that time the extremely project. I guess started to gather a bit of momentum and got involved with suspects racing extremely and also we managed to put together these three ramps wwl three program a rally three program. Here's wildlands yes. Auto kind of went from doing not much at all to looking like twenty twenty one while he's a very busy busy year

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Flooding Is Getting Worse. Can Tech Help Us Deal With It?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Flooding Is Getting Worse. Can Tech Help Us Deal With It?

"Infrastructure. It's boring visible. We only care about it when things go wrong. Things have been going wrong. Punishing storms have caused catastrophic flooding in new york texas louisiana. The list goes on but water systems are expensive time. Consuming and hard to fix technology may provide some relief. Paul robinson is executive director of rise. A nonprofit accelerator in norfolk virginia. That helps develop climate tech. He says one of the companies they fund is stormcenter which put sensors in storm and sewer pipes. They measure the amounts of flow and in which direction is flowing. And how food the pri- the pipe is and you want to know when if you're pipe is full or blocked or flowing the wrong way. That's important for the city to know they can react to that. Why how hard is it for cities to know what the status of their pipes are right. Now it's not easy because the pipes are buried and there's no one down there on a regular basis so you don't know if sediments building up or if there's a garbage bag in some sticks down there this creating a blockage so having sensors placed within the storm water pipe making measurements and reporting them out to the cloud for analysis is pretty important and that's what storm sensors come in and done in in our region. They put twenty sensors that will start to detect the direction of the flow. We're on a river and the river is on the coast and so We're affected by high tight the river and the ocean come up stormwater system and when there's a a storm surge it can go really far up the storm water system and come out the drains and start to flood the city streets and so knowing that that's going to happen. Helps the city understand how their streets are going to be affected. Also if they can detect parts of the system is being clogged with sediment that helps them send a crew over with a vacuum truck to clean up the blockage. So that doesn't get any

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"molly" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"molly" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Are molly were back in. We talked about this a little bit in the first part of the interview. Which was distractions. I want to dive deeper into it now because they are literally not figuratively literally everywhere. Everyone and everything is screaming at the top of their lungs for your attention. So why is it. So important to eliminate distractions in our work and personal lives absolutely. I mean they're coming at everybody from every direction it's constant it's it's twenty four seven right. I mean i think that an and there's a couple of ways to think about it. I think there are. You know external distractions things like multitasking. And i am a multi-tasking sort of recovery addicts. I used to think. Oh man i got this right like i can. I can go to the grocery store and knock on a conference call and just kind of chime in when i can i. Can you know. I can send an email and talk on the phone at the same time. I can listen to my daughter. Tell me about her school day. While i responded and the truth is we can't human beings are not wired for that and i challenged one of my coaches once. I said this whole multitasking. Thing right like. I don't know i don't buy it right like i get a lot done. I grind it. I get it out. I mean i i can do this. And she goes okay cool. She's molly do me a favor. I said okay cool. She said take out a three by five card. She said do me a favor. She said you have young children. I said yes. Should you drive him to school. Let's yes she said okay. Cool just just do me a favor verbally recite to me the directions to your to your children's school. Just just walk me through it just verbally where you come out of the driveway you take. I said okay cool and he goes and then simultaneously. What i want you to do is a three by five card. I want you to write the alphabet so write the alphabet and then look at me and tell me how to get your kid's school..

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"molly" Discussed on The View

The View

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"molly" Discussed on The View

"So i like true. You girls are a bunch of women my husband. My husband is very handy. Jewish bob vila. I shared that. Yes i give give he. He's good he smart tail. I like it but he's not a doctor. Yeah which. I could use also every once in awhile back goes. We'll be right back. I want everything. Being at team superstars set the scene for molly ringwald to raise a team of her own. And how does she feel about her daughter following in her footsteps. She's live on the view next actor singer writer. The lovely molly ringwald is no stranger to the life of a teenager. She's been one. She's plagued one many times and she's a mother to a few of them both in real life and in her work on the new netflix film. The kissing booth three. We loved her. Then and now please welcome to fabulous molly ringwald. Hello molly thanks for having me. Thanks for being here molly. Now we've been talking about. The olympics in simone biles stepping back to take care of her mental health. You became famous as an actor at a young age and there was a lot of attention on you. Simone spoke to the pressure. The attention on her can bring. Can you relate to what she's saying. Oh absolutely i can relate..

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"molly" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"molly" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Sounds like plastic bag big blown about. That's good dago sega. Oh my god. I can't get any notes. I'm getting whistle. Will a good this. Yeah yeah how the hell do you get different notes on that the musical notes from you move your lips i think yes because i'm ernie feel like only at one time rent. Yeah it's i guess it's moving yup lips and tongue kind of to create smaller or larger. I mean from thousands of miles away. You've given how the power of whistling on my gosh. I can't think. I'm i'm so glad you're a great career ahead of you lose because catholics. You might see me on one of the states. You might be competitive. I've created a monster. Yeah yeah yeah yeah already and molly thank you so much. It's been educational and edifying and everything and sobat so you could do a little bit of one of the songs of the forgotten edge to saw play us out shell then so fade out at the end of the interview again. Thank you to molly louis. But joining me on the monocle. Weekly debut ep. The forgotten edge is out now streaming platforms and available to purchase from old. Good record stores. This program was edited by louis. Allen and jack julius i'm alexis self thanks for listening..

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"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

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"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Experienced a lot of sort of rise and falls and reinventions And the fact that. I'm sitting here right now across from you doing this podcast like it's still just. It's not lost on me. How what an incredible outcome that is. An there is a lot of work and a lot of wisdom that i gained from those experiences and i know from talking to people and observing people that a lot of people have a real hard time changing. Simple habits total reinventions. You know and so it's just interesting to me and it's a calling to me to be able to share at scale products books wisdom Eventually i'd love to have like a technology product known experience that people go through to have these kind of The to start to be able to tap into how much power you actually have your experience in life and over your mind and some that. You're not now. I know i do. I mean i got my customer. No that's not true. That's not true. Took me now. And i was already. I was already well on the road to to hate seeing coming back but just recreating reinventing and plane offense. Yeah like i play defense for a decade right. Fuck was like fuck this. I'm going to get the ball back. i'm gonna play offense and even that was years ghost playing offense but it was only you know nine eight nine months ago that i was like wait a minute. I don't think you're ready to truly play offense. So i am you're there in boise layer in covert Started about covid. We can talk about this. The ripple effect of this thing is going to the tail on it. We don't we have no idea what this is going to do. Societies we're all happy to be out and shaking hands again and go into gains in concerts. Dude it's common. Yeah i agree so you got a bunch of customers. I had so much more. I wanted to ask you a had to go back to zoom. Hell i'm asked two questions at the end. Okay and you already tried to steal them from me. So in the movie So the movies fake. It's a movie. yeah okay. that's mostly real are largely real. But it's hollywood. It's you can't yeah okay. It's a life that's just deleted. Molly this is landscape for the next five minutes is still lances game. You do whatever you can leave right now and go. Do your own podcast okay. So it's hollywood but in the movie there's actual real footage of you that your dad filmed you interviewing you That i'm assuming israel it. Is israel okay. So that israel we're gonna work off what's real next two questions first one in one of the questions you dad says. Who's your hero and you were. What's fifteen sixteen. At the time. I think i was like eleven. Why looked old for eleven. I'm a how creepy am i. Wo- anyways you were young. Maybe i wasn't maybe i was mutual better anyways. It doesn't matter as you say when your dad asks you in the real footage you say i don't have a heroes. Is that still true. Definitely not okay to get into who. They are But definitely not. But the the the answer i gave him his when i become who i wanna be. I'm going to be my own hero. And i think i still have a bit of that attitude like there hasn't been anyone that's exactly what i wanna do. But i'm certainly. I have a ton of reverence and respect and admiration for a lot of people in the world awesome. Okay last question from the same archives here right that your dad interview on film that's in the actual movie you say i don't trust people You trust people now not entirely. I don't have a negative view of of humanity or human beings. I think human beings are very complicated. And i think they're on a case by case basis. i can decide if i trust them or not but i also think that when people violate trust. It's not incredible. It's not totally their fault or the or like an indication that they're bad but if you ask me do i trust people. Probably not but you want to. Yeah that'd be great smalley. Bloom is just met you. I text a lot set this up. I was like. I really think i love this woman. I have this hour and a half. I keep talking ver- note by the hours a fucking..

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"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

06:48 min | 6 months ago

"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Meaning all all the attorneys in new york city. Where like you can't pay retainer like of course sucked right. This is fifteen hundred and our right. And and gyms it Gibson dunne which is really prestigious firm. And i didn't think there is any way but he was like look. You need help. These seems like that guy. When i say on assuming that's what i mean he's he's got a heart he's a good dude. Yeah yeah he's a good good human. And so i started working with jim and the prosecutors. Wanna talk to me. This scene in the movie released. They've mentioned your name. Eighty to tell in. That really have really happened. Everybody was asking for molly. And i'm like and i've watched drug. I'm on watching. I'm like i wonder if they're asking about drugs for those do listening to donald molly is back in the old days was called ecstasy in the scientific former official name is mda but street name is molly and as these douchebag prosecutor stammering. You have a feeling. They're talking about the drug they were. Then you're like that was the drug. Yeah i'm not that interesting brought us and so you know but why would they want me to do is they wanted me to cooperate. And they weren't interested in any of the russians or the mob the italians or anything what they were interested. This is a southern district of new york. Okay this is a very ambitious prosecute office. Pre bihar mean giuliani. got his. Start here like this is. This is that office and they really wanted Information on the politicians and the wall street people and the celebrities and Store fucker one. Yeah and the in some of these people were doing shady things. Look listen there is no harvey weinstein or jeffrey epstein. In my game. I would have given those people have no problem but this was like whatever. Does it matter whether people in the and i'm not. This is not an aspirin but were there people in the game that you want to protect. This has been a minute You wanted to protect ban. You protected over time. That are still out there. That are still at sort of the highest tier of for sure. Do you should talk later. Wow yeah that's good. I respect the hell out of that. It's like it wasn't smoked their problem. I mean their problem. But it's not it's not like nobody likes to read well and beyond that every like the position i was in was all my fault. I had made these choices. These people had just shown up and then loyal and supported my business. I know molly but that's you are in the point. One percent like point. Oh one percent like everybody sings everybody right when they say okay. You don't wanna sing. Then this is you're gonna take all your money and you might go to prison and and a you know all these other things and they sing. It takes a very special person to say you know. I don't i don't think that's right. I'm not saying yeah. Yeah i mean i really. I just didn't seem right. And also you know i i believed i could survive a couple of years prison. Even though jamaluddin told me that it's brutal. I'm it's not like i would said. I was like prisons or tougher than they are. It begs the federal his. He's like won't just be like a place where i can grow in us play backgammon and do deals. You know he's like no. That's not what federal prisoners for women. There's not a lot you know. It's an all out of white collar crime. These are real criminal criminals and the nfl and the You know the guards like rape women. It's gnarly words female. Both i didn't ask not desirable. It's one thing. I heard you say it's because it really is the only way out of of these situations where were you in the crosshairs of big power. The the the feds the department of justice. All them in this word into in this has been really you know for the past year because in my life. I never quit and didn't quit it anything. Yeah and to me. Quitting fell week exactly Felt like a loser and then quitting another way. Quitting his surrender right this. I heard you talk about surrender on another show. And i forever like to me and i mean look i'm fifty so for forty nine years as like now only when surrender like fuck cer- and never surrender nothing yeah and i went to period An of work myself and but changed. Yeah the idea of surrender kept coming up. Do with everything that i'll google it. It surely is gonna say. Oh you know. The french were wimps and they quit. And they surrendered. There's so many waved a white flag. You google surrender. None of that's in there and it's all about Just another level of growth and perspective and so it was you know and obviously i'm not making this up. It's but you talked about this in the show this idea of finally whether it's addiction whether it's your past whether it's your family whether it's your commute whatever it is it was it was. I'll never forget that that. Google search idea around surrender and it was. It was the most powerful experience that i went through And i continue to work. I went when often did some deeper in listening to your story. And i'm hearing about rehab and i'm hearing about.

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"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"For just the So my today molly bloom. Is somebody that. I've been following a for a long time. Not not backing her days of Of skiing competitive but I watched the movie mali's game a couple of years ago. We've sort of gotten to know each other and kept in touch him. Been trying to plan this podcast for some time. She found herself up here in aspen colorado. This week so we were able to sit down this story. And when i say this i mean this. This story has it. All it has sports it has drugs it has gambling it has violence. It's all of the things that has and here's the great thing. It's a true story so sitting with her. I could have sat most of you. Who know me well. No that it takes everything in the world for me to sit for an hour. I could have sat and talked to molly bloom for at worse. I don't i don't say it lightly this one. This one moved me. I think it'll move you and so without further ado. Please welcome my guest. Molly bloom joy the show Molly bloom welcomed.

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"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute

"Molly bish was born on august. Second nineteen eighty three to parents. John bish senior a probation officer and magi bish an elementary school teacher in her early childhood. Molly her parents and her siblings. Heather and john junior lived in detroit michigan but when a young woman was abducted in their neighborhood while walking home from work and was later found murdered. They decided to move the bish family left detroit and moved to warn massachusetts a small community which they thought would be a much safer place to raise children in the summer of two thousand molly. Bish was a bright and well liked sixteen year old honor student and accomplished athlete and she was about to start her first job. Molly began work as a lifeguard at commons pond. A local man made swimming area surrounded by a forest. Her older brother john junior had been a lifeguard there and molly took over his position on the morning of june twenty seventh two thousand at nine. Am molly woke too bad news. One of her soccer team mates had been hit by a car while biking to work and was in critical condition. Molly was worried and upset but she had only been on the job for eight days and it was the first day of swim lessons at the pond. Somali decided that she go to work. Molly and her mother maggie headed out to commons pond. At nine fifty. Am they stopped by convenience store to pick up some water bottles their next stop. Was the police station where they picked up the required two way radio. This was necessary as there were no telephones at commons pond. The radio was the only way for the lifeguards to contact police or emergency assistance. If someone needed help just before ten. Am they arrived at the pond. Molly told her mother that she loved her left the car and made her way to her lifeguard post. Just before the first swimmers of the day arrived as the first people started to arrive at the pond. A mother noticed that there was no lifeguard on duty. When she approached mali's station she found her backpack a towel draped on the chair her whistle her sandals and the first aid kit which was open assuming that molly had wandered off with her friends and with swimming lessons having started. The mother sat in the lifeguards. Chair and assumed mali's duties for the rest of the lesson. She then informed the parks. Commissioner and mali's boss and that there was no lifeguard on duty at eleven forty four. Am when molly hadn't returned. Ed coke police. It had been just three hours since she dropped off her daughter at work. When molly's mother maggie received the phone call. She then called molly's sister heather and they rushed to the police station at first. The warren police department didn't take the incident seriously believing that the teenager had ditched work to hang out with her friends. They thought that molly was probably just upset about her teammate. Being hurt maggie and heather visited the hospital to see if molly had gone to visit her friend. But she hadn't been there. They then went to her boyfriend's house but he hadn't heard from her so maggie. Heather and molly's boyfriend went to commons pond. There were no signs of struggle at the scene. But molly's family knew that she would not have just wandered off and abandoned her post and all of her belongings.

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"molly" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"molly" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"Some slow yellow stripes. Okay Molly says yeah. I don't know if the male But if they did it would be like twenty and for reference Like a believe like at least twenty thousand Bees Lake twelve thousand. Sounds like a lot in the swarm. Twenty yeah well above humbly amaze okay if you had to guess how many bees or in the swarm including human with mix you specify that Technical Honey Bee colony is between ten thousand. Eighty thousand bees lamb. Holy were they get when they get super healthy and big. They split in half so I feel like I have could easily contain ten twenty thirty forty thousand bees fuck. That's twenty of them. Being dresses literally solid tens of thousands of bees swarming around. Yeah yeah yes so fucking crazy. Yeah the magnitude of that. Yeah no it was fucking time and it like everywhere. You look like a tend to be slightly. No wonder they were making such a racket and now pregnant. Bees in the hive thousand ended smallest in winter sixty to eighty thousand at. Its largest in summer. Who will probably soak in between the reps in the spring and then so many fans so many bees. She has follow. Wow these in. Check fees in the Right and they all make a democratic decision about where to live like. Have you tried to figure out where to live with one other? I know molly guests is fourteen to fifteen thousand basin the swarm cruising biesen swarmed Beasley. She said didn't count. I just spit. Wow.

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"molly" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"molly" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"Checking out the storm really cool to watch just to be like them and then the next day the next morning I was working on the porch to his then I was on like full swarm patrol. There were even more bs than yesterday than the day before. Checking it out and then around the same time. It was like around like noon. Which is exactly what happened on Tuesday. Her crazy buzzing again. We watched the same thing happened. Where just like this crazy? Rule like bees peppering. The Sky all started moving down to her swarm trap and link going into it. It was incredible just like from start to finish to witness something so mighty like this swarm of bees to like then molly like quickly like went into action setting her swarm trap having all these complicated emotions about it right like. That's half of her hive. Swarms that leave to go like live out in the wild like have a very poor chance of survival In because we've like colonized the earth and but also just like it means they're strong it means they're healthy It means that they're you know it's just as nature intended so just like a lot of complicated feelings to then watch them like you know choose this place MC see that migrate back to it and then that night. It was actually starting to rain which is perfect. His other bees are definitely home They don't go out in the rain so she was able to move that trap to where the final hive is going to be. Where she's going to end up relocate them relocating them and then what she does is like hangs a little. You're supposed to like put a branch or like. She hung this toll. We'd in front of the entrance which looks the bees no like something fell during the night you changed so let me reorients. Meyson home so that when they go foraging they come back to the right place so a lot of cool like fucking. It was really cool and just cool to like learn. All that stuff thinks volley end just to like witnesses it. Yeah it was very neat to be with their waggling or the only other animal other than humans that can communicate about things that like aren't in the immediate vicinity like symbolic language. How that we know. So like yeah. So like in a lot of ways fee waggling the closest thing to human language in terms of like animal kingdom communication. Laugh come ahead you know so much about these SMART. Komo like in front of the camera and it really looks like he's talking about visa to us but not making eye contact to. He's turning his head casually. Did you know that these.

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"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"The little trade show going on in Las Vegas this week where people are making big promises about the next big thing on attack horizon from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jack Stuart Smalley. Would your regular hosts. Mali has been in Vegas this week at C. S.. So we're going to check in with her for the big takeaways from what used to be known as the the Consumer Electronics Show C. E. S. claims to be the gathering place for developers innovators and suppliers to showcase the very latest in consumer attack. Four thousand four hundred companies exhibit one. Hundred seventy thousand people attend from one hundred sixty countries but there are still questions about about how representative the show is with continuing signs that it just can't get it right when it comes to women in Tech Molly called into our marketplace studios from the yes show floor between interviews panels. I we started talking about the big theme this year. Five G. THE SUPER FAST mobile broadband tech that supposed was to revolutionize our online lives. Why we still don't have it as with so many things? It is infrastructure. It is simply a matter of getting all all of these different cells literal physical cells into all of these neighborhoods all of these cities all these rural areas having the spectrum to support that it's is kind of the roads and bridges that need to be built so that five can actually come out and that is a no one. Should you know even if all of the technologies in place if you can't turn that system on it's not gonna go anywhere is the one particular. Take away the really stood out for you from from the week. Sony of all companies unease unveiled an electric car prototype. They don't intend to build it. As far as I know I mean it really is truly a prototype. But it's a working prototype that everybody can get their hands on and sit in the seats and you know stream Sony movies and it was really meant to demonstrate. How automotive is this next? Huge computing platform platform and it just goes so hand-in-hand with entertainment and all these other technologies and so everybody's buzzing about this only electric car molly last year. You spoke with one of the leaders of the Consumer Technology Association the Group which runs the es about the presence of Booth Babes of the conference. You saw them there in two thousand nineteen any me update this year. I did and see us as really continues to be unable to avoid kind of gender-based controversy. I can tell you that I aid saw booth Babes and one of the major halls in the convention center at the Nikon Booth and what. CAS Did and with the did was say. We're going to implement a stricter dress code and I think if you hugh to that law and you have really attractive female models in ball gowns instead of bikinis that maybe you have. You know you've achieved the letter letter of the law but not the spirit so I think that that culture changed clearly takes time and perhaps stronger enforcement and then of course. You had a lot of controversy Z.. Around Ivanka trump appearing as a keynote speaker for you know years and years. CAS has not had female keynote speakers speakers as a part of its big presentation lineup. In one of the reasons that they always gave was that there aren't that many female CEOS of companies and that that was their filter so so I think a lot of women were upset to see vodka. Trump was not the CEO of a company and does not have particularly deep tech credentials. Be One of the very few women giving a keynote address. So certainly some of those gender controversies continue. Molly thank you molly. Wood will be back in the host chair here next week with more from CBS. She she spoke some big name. CEO's they're of companies like Delta QUALCOMM and Qube.

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"molly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"molly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Molly hatchet, all twelve times that you see them. It's going to be mind belong to some of those. Do you think rally people going to the new hotels like j w Marriott? Some might. Yeah. Doesn't mind much lawyers were the flapping triceps who go to bed at nine thirty. Yeah. Probably have a MARTINI day. Yeah. At the w what they've seen Molly hatchet. I though because you have to. The only week of the year that Molly hatchet relevant again. This is it. I'm going to be downtown tomorrow night. So I'll I'll look for the rally. I know Molly. Expos giant speaker system. What members of Molly hatchet or left? He get your rebel flag, and you're ready to go. They usually spill over some places. So watch out, I'll be down the middle. I make my mo- peck out tomorrow. Yeah. Do the math on this. The math that's reported today that Colorado that's Colorado, which we were told by one of your political heroes. We never wanna be them. Okay. According to a release from the state's department of revenue Colorado had one point zero two billion in taxes. That's one point two billion in taxes. With sales, exceeding six point five, six billion dollars for we'd Hello. That would be almost seven billion dollars. In their coffers in their coffers to see his spent any way they want to these states annual budget is thirty billion. That means the contribution from legalized marijuana is twenty one million per month, but we want to be that way. Jeff, we don't wanna be like them. We didn't want to be like them. Can you imagine this rot rally weekend? If marriage you wanna was legal in Texas in Austin. O. M. G OMG. I don't know what portion of the state's budget that makes up but a pretty decent chunk. How can that be bad? Forty one thousand jobs in the state last year, one hundred twenty five million to public school public schools. Twelve billion the projection is a twelve billion per year and state and local revenue. Okay. Yeah. I know. I know the downside is, what again compared to the upside, we don't want to be like damn shoe. There is a downside, but in comparison to the upside, and that's Colorado. And they often will do that on a weekend, and I know they say and I've read they've had some an increase of driving while impaired. But we have not seen the mash carnage that the senators from Minneola and grand berry would like to tell us that it's just, you know, all hell's broken lose. Even if even if there is a negative that comes with this, I'll just assume and play along that there might be something it can't be so awful that it offsets making ten percent of your entire budget. Colorado's annual budget is thirty million the contribution from legalize marijuana about twenty one million per month. Right. So just to saying, is that. Even if you say, well, this is going to happen. Yeah. It might this happening in a negative way. I mean, if and this is a stretch to say, if somebody if more cars, can't keep stay between the lines. And that's an if what about the upside of making all that money and don't say, we don't want the money, really, we've just been through an absolute beatdown on property taxes. What do you mean? We don't want the money. How can we say, we don't want the money? It's not hitting you up for more. It's new right? This is one of those times when you shake the trees and the money comes out. This is a new tree. The Texas budget is one hundred and twenty seven point three billion dollars. One twenty seven billion in Texas is bigger than Colorado. They make Twenty-one Texas makes forty million a month. Wow. Okay. L L. That's good money. Yeah. That is just that's ridiculous. You can get your teeth fixed with that kind of money. It's just it's, it's, it's unavoidable. Again, some of his aren't into it. Some of us probably will never do never do every last one way or another. But the money you would think, and I think this thing is sold so badly that this morality play, when y isn't it a financial play redirecting entire conversation to this unit who, who may take the lead on this, who am I thinking said, oh, dead crew? Bingo, bongo. Oh my gosh, Rafael Rossio crews. He would take the lead in this and say, hey, it's time we make up and have the benefits. Let's control it. Let's get the black market out of let's get the cartels out. Come on. Yeah. Arm-in-arm and his friend AO. See, yeah. You'd have a lot of friends, you have a lot of for new hipster, Rafia Cruz, man. That would be something he's already off to really interesting rebranding effort. Yeah. Or all the term limits is going to be down at a coffee shop. Yeah. And concert T is going to be one in Nevada concert t shirt talking about legalization that new and improved Raphael Cruz. He'll be done at MOS arts on lake Austin later this afternoon. Go down by campus. Go to south Austin? Okay. So we all know about yelp and review sites, which our way of life. We use them. They're an important part of our lives. No doubt, sometimes unfair. But it is what it is right. Yep. This is I think a terrible idea that is petty. So, of course, a lot of people, particularly if you're in the food service industry you feel like you're getting a bum rap. Somebody rips you on yelp. Right. You're in the service industry. I think we all can at some level. Appreciate sometimes it's not fair. You don't like the criticism. But so bit. The question would then be is it a good idea for you to go back online in rip the customers? Well, that's a tough deal. I'm going to send you down. If you're really, really, really truly wrong, and that one review is killing your business. I think that may be the case. But if you waste your time responding to every Yahoo that, that leaves a review your to sensitive. Yeah. I, I think responding at all is unless you're going to say thanks for your response. We'll try to do better. I think going back and fighting people is a terrible idea. Listen to this. This is an it says an Austin waiter has launched a social media page, where fellow servers cannot only commiserate over rude customers, but exact revenge. Oh, exact revenge. That is terrible. I'd I think, Dan, Nieves any VS the Austin waiter created yelp, bullies exposed a private Facebook page yielding a. Conduit for special deliveries to bad restaurant patrons. It was created in April. The close group has seven hundred eleven members and counting. It's.

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