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Fresh update on "senior editor" discussed on Worry-Free Financial Solutions

Worry-Free Financial Solutions

00:32 min | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "senior editor" discussed on Worry-Free Financial Solutions

"You see somebody down, you don't keep ticking at them. You'll help them get up and I feel like I'm in a spot right now. Dan's L has been homeless for two years. So no lady. I'm a comeback from sound to do some homeless but not hopeless. I got a lot of talents. I'm not a person it saying Don't You know what I have? I'm LeAnn Rimes joined me and stand up for kids in the fight to get our kids off the streets. Find out how you can help at stand up for kids. Welcome back to the Daily Dive Weekend edition. One of the interesting things that I didn't really and still don't really know exactly how it works was, you know, Once you get the vaccine, they send these people to go back out in the community and kind of live their normal lives to see if they would catch it to see you know if they do catch it, how the vaccine responds there, and that's why Said that you know they're using algorithms when things targeting states such as Florida, Arizona, Texas, where there are hot spots right now, because they have to go back and be in the real world and to see if these vaccines work in the real world. Some companies and some researchers. They are running some artificial intelligence and algorithms trying to figure out where potential areas will be. You know the quote unquote hot spots of Corona virus because That's essentially what you want to say, is is how it works in the real time and buy all the indications by all the experts is that we will be dealing with this virus for the foreseeable future. But that means Looking to months down the road or three months down the road sometimes because you do have to sort of put test subjects who don't know necessarily if they are vaccinated with a placebo or with an actual vaccine. The CEO works Then you measure and you check these patients or the study subjects to see how they d'oh. It's a very sort of unique situation that were in there. Also looking to fill all the categories. They're looking for elderly people minorities, participants that air in the higher risk pools of infection because they need to make sure that this vaccine could potentially work across the board. With a lot of public health officials and others have said a very important issues here is that testing and making sure vaccines are effective to the high risk populations, which so far do include Older folks, the elderly folks over 65 ethnic minorities as well as individuals, Maybe with underlying health conditions, too, And some of these take additional efforts to recruit elderly are particularly of concern because they are shown in high numbers so far, Tio contract the disease, but also they have weaker immune system. So as you Get older, your immune system becomes weaker, which means that vaccine sometimes need to be added with little boosters. I guess they call in the scientific term is regiment. But you add something to a vaccine. You make it a little bit more, hopefully potent that can help the immune system and minorities are also a group that public health officials and researchers and companies are looking to enroll. And they involve additional steps to do this, so not only do you wantto find the 30,000 people, but you want to make sure that it's reflective of the population that necessarily need into that high risk of covert 19 infections. Jared Hopkins Farm, a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. Not so good news. Some marriages are starting to buckle under quarantine and strict lockdowns. In some households, months of monotony and spending too much time together, is exposing bad behavior and exacerbating underlying problems, most likely there before the pandemic began. For more on this will speak to Marisa Casino senior editor at Washington Ian, I think, even for the happiest, healthiest marriages Quarantine is very trying. I mean, all of a sudden you're not sharing home with your spouse or your partner. You're sharing a workspace or you're trying to balance homeschooling your Children with keeping you know, on top of your full time job, So I think that's important distracts is that this is bin Attash time for even the healthiest the best marriages, so the partnership that were already on the rocks, or maybe already had problems that were bubbling just beneath the surface. Those who have been particularly challenged during this time. I think a lot of these marriages may have ended at some point, regardless of quarantine. It's just that all of this time together in the same how has made problems that might have been somewhat tolerable, really, really impossible to ignore. These are just the times that we're living in right now. And as you said, the pandemic being on these lockdowns kind of exacerbates some of these underlying problems, and then you're stuck with a person. You know, A lot of people just can't pick up and go in the same way during normal times. So this is kind of reflective, and some of the stories that you shared in your article share some of those stories that you had with some with some people. The most extreme cases are the marriages where At least one partner thought everything was fine before quarantine and some sort of shattering discovery has been made as a result of being stuck together, So there's one woman in my story. I talked to her lawyer. I didn't with her directly. But her lawyer, her divorce lawyer heard from this woman who thought that everything in her marriage for the most part was fine. Like a lot of people you know, in Washington or big cities. She has a very demanding career and does her husband. So when times were normal, they were often out of the house a lot. They were traveling for work, and even when they were in town, they were working long hours and just not seeing that much of each other. So now all of a sudden they're lost down during the pandemic, spending 24 7 together and turned out of a lot harder to keep a secret when you're stuck in quarantine with your spouse, So this poor woman happened upon some direct messages in one of her husband's social media accounts from a longtime girlfriend that he'd had another city. And in fact, he had practically a double life. So that's a very extreme scenario, of course, But it's also the kind of thing that this weird sort of situation that that we've been in with quarantine gives people the opportunity to discover and maybe otherwise, This woman never would have discovered it or it would have been. You know, years before she figured out that something was really wrong in her marriage. And then if the suspicion arises, you know what do you do to kind of figure it out? You have to do some sleuthing. Sometimes people are paying private eyes to investigate their spouse. And they're paying a lot of money for that. You spoke to a few private eyes who also kind of getting caught up in the mix of trying to figure these things out. And these guys have been in the private investigative business for decades, and they were telling me they've never seen anything like this. A lot of the cases that they're investigating now started before the pandemic, So that's an important clarification. I think that these houses already had some suspicion. Before quarantine. But perhaps you would assume that because we're in the middle of a public health crisis, people would at least put their philandering and they're cheating aside until the public health risk subside a bit, But It turns out, that's not true. And that is what these time it. I's found so shocking that even though we're also city social distancing, they're catching husband meeting up with girlfriends or just random people..

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Tightening your belt? How to decide which streaming TV service to cancel.

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07:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Tightening your belt? How to decide which streaming TV service to cancel.

"With me, senior editor Shelby Brown who was a nice run down to the various streaming services out there, and why should drop each one of them? Thanks for joining me shelby. Thanks for having me again so before we get into the different services We can get the details in a bit Do you have any general suggestions for how you would approach things when you know balancing your budget with all these various streaming services because? For a lot of people, there are different shows that we like. Those shows are found on different services. So there's no. There's no one size fits all options. So, what would you suggest a folks? Generally looking at this landscape. I. Definitely examined why you want that service Aaron. What's appealing to you about that service Lake I had to stop myself from immediately subscribing to HBO. Max Number One just because of the giant explosion of publicity around it when it first came out and kind of the the foam. Oh the fear of missing out I think that can be a big drought services. Especially the new wines I can imagine. That's GONNA. Be when peacock comes out. They'll be a huge drama that 'cause It's new and attractive, but with HBO Max I wanted to subscribe to it. Because, I immediately fell in love with their classic films collection, but I have to ask myself if that's all that I am going to watch, there is always stat worth my money so i. think that that's a question that you should ask yourself before you subscribe to something Dutch. I think that's a that's a good concept to keep in. Mind is considering there are only so many hours in the day and so much time we have to watch stuff so even if in principle it's something you WanNa. have access to your right. It may not be something you'd necessarily need. so let's let's. Let's run through the different service. Let's start with the granddaddy of the mall in the one that is basically ubiquitous, and that's net flicks. It almost is it conceivable to drop athletes. Are there reasons why you'd WanNa? Drop this service on. I think that Netflix's kind've where we started with that. You know binging idea, and whether actively watching it or it's just on for background noise of course there are Netflix's originals which typically Garner a lot of buzz on social media like tiger king came out recently so mostly I think if you're not interested in staying on top of new shows, Netflix's might not be for you or watching the old classics like the Office or Parks and recreation or win. Friends was on there before Hbo Max. And, some of those shows have disappeared from Netflix so that you Kinda lose access to some of that old library. Right All right well, what about Disney plus? As simple as it sounds. I think you should access me, plus you're not into Disney or marvel. Disney plus is a mistrial Jake ride with the vaulted films and the Disney channel original movies from the late nineties early two thousands, and the Buzzword, the original shows Lake Amanda Laurean and the Star Wars films again the marvel films, but again if you're not a fan of the Disney or the marble films, you might not want to invest Disney plus. That's the thing. There could be something he said about subscribing to the services. Timed with shows. You love right like what we know. The mental Lawrence coming back with. Subscribe to it for Laurie Withdraw Fortunately for one of the for these services, there are like cancellation fees. It's not as sticky as it used to be with cable service. You can hop on hop off and that's that that's a good benefit. You can sort of time out if you really want to be strategic about it. These different services right and we've seen those trends win. Game of thrones was on with with HBO. We would see the spike in the viewership. Go up right before the season started, and then we would see plummet after this season would go off so. That and as transition HBO match what? Why would you WANNA keep. Why would you WANNA trump? Hbo Max Hbo Max Really came out swinging at lines with a huge catalog. Of TV shows movies. Its price is on the higher side though compared to other services. It's fifteen dollars a month. so I win necessarily invest in Matt if you're looking for more budget, friendly option an. An Hbo Max Might Not Be the one that you want to subscribe to. Because you can't stream HDR, yet or on Roku or Amazon devices, but it's still new, so that could change in a couple of months or next year. The Amazon Prime Video Amazon. Prime video is kind of a two for one because you get the discount with ecommerce site as well. The platform more centered around movies that you can rent by watch for free but the service definitely puts a focus on its original shows like flea, bad marvelous Mazel and modern love, so if you're more fan of mainstream TV shows, you might WanNa drop trends at you. This is like the one that is kind of default to your point. Right like I am a prime member because I did the shipping services and the videos Kevin Extra. About who is probably one of the more pure play, TB streaming services out there I. who if you don't care about keeping up with? The current mainstream shows one of my favorite parts about the service is. how quickly uploads new episodes after the air on cable, but you can also get the live TV plan for fifty five dollars a month that acts like a capable replacement to watch shows in real time. A downside to that for example, if you wanted to catch up on all the seasons of Grey's anatomy, only season sixteen available on Hulu whereas all the seasons are available on Netflix, so that's kind of a catch, and then lastly apple. TV Plus Apple TV plus has a lot of original shows that were a significant drought of the service like the morning show and. You can like all your streaming services to your apple TV apple TV plus doesn't have a library of license chosen movies. It all so doesn't always release full seasons of shows at one. So, J, if none of the new shows clear interest after the fruit trial. Don't keep it. I subscribed to TV plus for the free trial and watched the servant. I thought it was really good. I'm probably will pick it back up when a second season comes out, so that's always option.

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Booms Sustainable Supersonic

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Booms Sustainable Supersonic

"Supersonics and sustainability are two words. You rarely hear uttered together, but that's about to change. Boom supersonic is developing the first civil supersonic airliner of the twenty first century, and unlike the concord, it will be able to operate sustainably. Boom is building a one third scale demonstrator as a precursor to the overture, a seventy five seat mach two point two airliner it hopes will begin service later this decade. Senior Editor Guy North provides exclusive details about the boom project and a cover story that will appear in the June twenty nine edition of Aviation, week and space technology. He joins us here from Los Angeles so guy. What's the story? Joe, yeah well. It was It's been fascinating of course this whole idea of the renaissance, supersonic travel and You know we talked to area of course a couple of months ago and did a pretty good story about that evolving design We've seen that NASTAS X fifty nine low boom demonstrator is being assembled by Lockheed Martin right now in the skunkworks, so there's a lot of activity, but it goes. Boom boom, supersonic based in Colorado has been working for several years now on a design, which as you mentioned called the overture, and it's getting to the point now where the XP one demonstrator is kind of ready getting ready for prime time so that looking at rolling out this summer and putting into flight test next year. I should say by the way it's taken a lot longer than they or anybody else thought, but you know they're working their way through it and getting their. So how does the XP one demonstrator help with the development of the overture? Roy well good question in fact strangely enough. That's question number one that I put to Blake Shoal. WHO's the CEO of of boom and so I guess why not just let him tell us exactly what he told me. Right so the way XP one is it? Is it approving in flight? The key technologies we need sustainable, safe, economical, supersonic flight, and it had that you principally Amex materials and befall Trent, so using the statement of carbon fibre system that we would use them on overture, using the same design techniques where your ally in simulation of getting all the calibration day. in-flight Shit exactly how your models performed the real world, and then a similar approaches to high efficiency who supersonic intakes they can big difference, overall performance and it's. It's really important. You do this in hardware. Just in the wind tunnel installation because when you do when you do concept studies. Near you're not forced to solve all the problems. You can leave little bits of things. It unfinished assumed we get get the rest of the way there, but sometimes the last ten percent of work is ninety percent of the innovation really happens. Now of course, the the thing about the demonstrator is that it's also beginning to kickstart the supply chain as well a loads by and large a supply chain. That's probably going to be quite different when the when the production version comes out but I think one of the things that really is interesting is the fact that that's The supply chain is very interested in supersonics and getting more so particularly as they finding pressure from the classic at bussing, Boeing supply chains way, you know Boeing an episode of having their issues, so supply China's looking for other outlets and other avenues. And of course, one of the key parts that supply China's the engine. Nobody's going to go anyway without without a good engine boom on at the point yet of being up to say particularly where they all with that and where the selections but. In, this question, I asked I asked bike. You know what the situation was, so this is what he had to say about. This supply China on propulsion. And when we started bill six years ago, frankly people thought we were crazy and It was the this was a thing. That was some bad idea. An audible and that's that's that's really changed, and you see across the industry of writing efforts. Supersonics were credible. And when that? When that starts to get internalized the supply chain people. Stop thinking like well. Is this worth doing. Back out instead they start thinking what if this happens part of it? At that changes that really changes a lot of the conversations and if you are. A big piece of your business comes from widebody aircraft and the most profitable passengers during the wide bodies into supersonic. That, it's actually a bad thing if you don't have a supersonic

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Lego Super Mario is the break from reality we need

The 3:59

08:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Lego Super Mario is the break from reality we need

"Super Mario. Lego P- on paper. These two properties are perfect together, but as a real life. Super Mario make it worth your time? I'm ready Chang and this is your daily charge. With me, is senior editor at large and amateur magician Scott Stein Hey Scott Hey, Roger. Get deductive virtually. Intendo made some ways back in March when they tease this new set, and it seems like it's a match made in heaven, but in Fort Listeners. Can you break down? What Lego Super Mario actually looks like, and it's different from the standard Lego set sure so I've looked at Lega. ROADWORK sets before like lego boost, which are wines that have real electronic pieces in there in sensors and can be pretty complicated, but have a lot of rewards. This is kind of like a step down idea. If, you've also played games like super. Mario Maker for the switch. which where you make your own levels, this is a brick sat where you're building a couple of preset courses that are basically easy to construct lego bricks for ages about six or seven up, and there is a core lego Mario figure that runs on batteries that has a sensor on the bottom, and even a little screen and makes noises that can bob on coded bricks that do various things, so there's a start and an end, and there's a time challenge, and you basically have to collect as many coins before the time runs out by Bopping, doing these little physical or block bopping things, can you? Can you give me an example of what some of those noises are? What does Mariachi say sure I've actually got the Lego? Mario figure with me here so if I turn on, you can hear. He says Lego Mario time when he starts if you shake him. He's a little accelerometer. So he does things when you jump or were you tap on the table when he? When turn off as to see later. He sinks with your with your with your screen. Or android the idea there is that there's not you don't need to have the phone or tablet near by, but you do need it to set it up. It's got the instructions at so they connected toy. which is what Lego's robotics kits are like to the instructions? Are there and when you get scores? You can upload it to the APP to keep track of You know your creations, but you could also just once you set it up. Put that stuff away and just play with it with the figure and the pieces. Pieces like in your living room. What do you think Nintendo? lego opted to do something so different because this is obviously a lot more interactive than say your standard Harry Potter or star. Wars set right. Yeah, WE'LL LECCO saying. This is a four year collaboration along with some of the team at Nintendo that worked on Super Mario. Maker so was A. it was a pretty dedicated thing. Nintendo's made its own AMOEBA figures for years with a dabbled in that Nintendo has that partnership with universal for their for their theme park. There been other things, but I think for Lego Nintendo. You're right. It does make a lot of sense. It almost feels like something that could have happened already because Lego has done things that are kind of Nintendo like an antenna was done things like Lambeau that have folding cardboard that are kind of Lego like so. They feel very good together the one thing. I'm curious about is how much more the gaming can evolve what I noticed testing. This with my kids said it's very open ended. You have the instructions in Classic Lego style. They just Kinda. Let you figure out the rest in. There's not too much arching direction instruction and I would have liked a little more of that yet. Your video did feel very kind of free form. Like how did you play with it or more and more importantly? How did your kids play with it? Well, they love putting it together then we had the zoom with the head of Design Jonathan Beneath. which is this thing that Lego at? This remote zoom to basically just set up some timed a time challenge with of course we built, but you know you can kind of cheat. You know you basically just take all the coded pieces in just keep popping them over and over, and then hit the end piece, and then see what score you get and a lot of the scoring, because it's almost like a fitness tracker, you have to keep moving it and shaking. It is a little bit random. One of my kids got upset. That score wasn't as is. He thought it would be This is why I think you kind of have to just relax into it but I. I think it could be a little frustrating if you're trying to play like a board game, I feel like the APP should have some ideas Super Mario maker on on the switch has great ideas for creating design, and they have all these instructional sets, plus you could just play around or check out what other people made. This is lacking that by think intentionally, but just to let parents know that like I think it's toy. What's Nice as the pieces? All are modular in a sense, you kind of break them apart and not feel like you're deconstructing too much. There's like the square pieces that have all the parts on them. But you know it's to be kind of a thing you dabble with and I wonder how long kids are GonNa stay focused on it or they'll move onto the next thing, which is the case with all Lego like we have? We have tons of kits that have been turned into bricks lying in the corner. Well it. Is I mean. The the initial starter set really gets you beginning the end in a couple of pieces, and this is designed to be more modular I. Suppose add more pieces to it. Like how does that work? Yes, so the there are ten additional courses that Nintendo announced plus four like you could change the overalls on Mario and get extra powers. Is a cat sued in propeller suit? Those are cool like. Like agency courses take advantage of the catsuit that tried that I got to play with that much, but it was it was. It was very durable the prices range from like twenty dollars for an extra pack, two hundred dollars for the Buzzer Castle, which falls in line with Lego prices I think that we've seen for other kids that the starter pack sixty. They can add up though The question each each course has its own little special coated bricks that do extra things. Some of them are their own mini games like there's a product plant mine carts slide the basically just tilt back and forth, and try to keep the cart balanced and not hit the plans, but it's not very complicated some spin hope the character doesn't fall off, but. You Know I. Think the way the interact I would like to see a little more again. A little more guidance lego actually as a are based. Game set called hidden inside. That I've checked out. That is actually up. A little more game focused where there are actual like many games and challenges. You have to look for something that's hidden in augmented reality. You have to keep holding your phone out right right I. There are some like hidden treasure blocks that they're built into some of the sats. That's pretty interesting, but as far as I could see on the APP, you just Kinda put it together and then hey, have see what happens, so there are no a are elements to this setup right? No, okay. No deliberately meant to really focus on the bricks, and which I really appreciate and I like the fact that the Mario. Just stays connected interactive, and you don't have to stare at a phone screen I think that's great for kids I would love to have a peach character that could have the reading and other characters, so you could do multiplayer and I don't think it would hurt to have more formalized programming things than they are like my my eleven year old, who who's learning python like you know that that's he's ready to do. Block based programming with is in Lego. Boost and some of the more advanced kits. This doesn't have any of that, but I you could. Could, adapt some sort of a programming idea to this Lego just hasn't explored yet, and these are these all out now or did they do this launch after you mentioned that there are multiple sets coming, so, what's the cadence of release schedule? They all launch. August I and so this is a really I got an advance. Look in will go said. We're pre-production sats, so I think they're pretty much going to be what they are, but you know I think there

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"senior editor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:57 min | Last month

"senior editor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Right exactly. So after about five ten minutes, we come to a clearing. In the clearing, so he's, he stops wordless. We looked up in the clearing. Are these like thirty foot, tall structures I and Oblong Oval type shape things. And and he leads me inside, and and they are the physical embodiment of of these structures prototype. He's been trying to create and. I'm like well. Hey, you can I turn my recorder on, so you can explain you know what you're what we're looking at here and he goes Now I want you to paint a picture with your words. So I'm like all right well, I'm just GONNA have to get out my little notebook here in shirt, jerk scribbling away, get towards down five minutes later. Like are good game good. Back Down the hill into the Lamborghini in to my rental car, and you know I in bed by by three, so you start your interview with him. eight PM really on a Sunday night eight to three with yeah. Yep Yep Yep okay. Where's wife was his wife around? She was around. She offered us water stuff like that. She have anything to do with the interview. Sit Down, and and be part of it at all, or was it just? She talked to me separately. For the story. You know can talk about how they bounce business ideas off of each other, and you know some of the ways that his. For Design you know has helped some of the project. She's worked on, but but yeah. I mean. That's what really stuck with me. You know. The story was about his yeezy empire, and and he was definitely that was clearly like a huge consideration for him, but he was so focused on on this house. In Concept that you know he just couldn't. He couldn't ever since next. Thing, yeah, it's always the next thing with an entrepreneur, so did talk about the easy. How did he what what was the? How did he get into? How did he get into that? Yeah, you know He. He always loved to draw. He always loved to design and when he was a kid growing up in Chicago, he would you know be sketching sneaker? You'd be sketching Jordan ones actually really. just just drawings that he because he liked him. and you get in trouble with the teachers because he was doing that instead of his, you know math equations, or what have you and you know and I think it took a backseat to the to the music for a while, but once he gained a certain stature. He started being able to do collaboration, so yeezy begin with Nike He did a few different designs there. You get marginalized by the corporations in which messaging can be now. This is one thing with a conversation changes when you have a child, because always cool that they marginalize me and I asked him when the Red October was coming out I asked them me Kiowa ask Nike ones come out they. They said we're not sure yet. let me designed to shoes over five years I'm happy. I could design them, but they do favor because eminem design a shoe. Designer shoe. I designed the easies turned up because I was in fourth grade designer Jordan's and I brought back. They're filling. Ain't never felt about the the about a shoe. Since the Jordan's the way people feel about the he's put that filling in the same filling put in college dropout and Graduation Edelman's auto. Fill in that deal I. put the film there, so then I started turn up in a BBC interview and they came. It's OK cool. Cool, we we get a bigger sandbox a plan. It's not even like I even got a joint venture. I'm like at least give me some royalties like Michael Jordan five percent that business two billion. He makes one hundred million dollars a year off a five percent royalty. I need some type of royalty. Nike told me we can't give you a royalty because you're professional athlete. I'll tell them. I go to garden. Play one on no one. Performance Athlete and also. Meeting be really say that in the meaning do not really anything yes. I really everything. Thousand percent. On one thousand percent love. Tour Time Go to the meeting, because the thing is people that work in. Trying to tell me how to think when I got a better perspective I live in Paris I. I love I love, and I was there. I was there last night and I was I was moved by your by Your rant last night. and then several years ago, pulled it over to Adidas and You know because he insisted on ownership, even Nike we didn't really paying him, but he owned the concept, he owned the easy brand and he took it over to Dita's where he continues to own it but because he insisted on that on that one hundred percent ownership. It, enabled him to to make that move rapid fire. We have time for three funnel with four minutes three three questions four minutes three questions here we go west Corner. What question would you like to ask senior editor from Forbes? Who who made a series of poor life choices in his ended up in Tulsa Oklahoma. He's not in Manhattan today. We've got him inside the studio here. What question do you have for them? I'm wondering. Out of all these interviews I know them talk about their side projects going on have any really opened up about their thoughts on one into transform the music business itself with all the new things coming out with streaming and spotify and apple music, do they? gravitate towards their own business in the music. Industry or DC really focused on some of their their projects that they're trying to get other stuff going on, you know I. Think it's a mix of both, but if you WanNa, talk about changing the music industry I think one of the most fascinating case to look at the three kings of hip hop Jay Z diddy Dr Dre I say three kings that was I wrote a book of the same title. Twenty eighteen and in that book and also my new book angels I Talk About How those three guys were like you know what? We became entrepreneurs by necessity in the in the late eighties early nineties because people were interested in hip hop. We created our record labels. We created on clothing lines. Now we're going to create our own streaming services, or we're going to invest in existing DD investment..

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"senior editor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:54 min | Last month

"senior editor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"The bottom now on the top. To get what we got. Opportunity to books sees brackets, wisdom, and the look at the father of five. I'm a dive, so if you see my kids, please tell them how to see and see what your break. Now three to what he? Yes, yes, yes, and yes, Doctor! My friend, what what? We commonly referred to as our Business Bible. Do we always say we always quote? Forbes Forbes is our Business Bible. Fits in Forbes Book it? Dano, that's Oklahoma man law one point two seven three. Always, I mean every entrepreneur I mean that that's under Buckley's bend. The cover Forbes I mean and I don could be on the cover of four one. This little bitty like answer to the corner. That's all you need like this just in clay clan. Robert Boom Boom tastic their. Sky. orbs cover stories so I'm looking at the website it's. So. Big Dot Com and kindle thinking. Put The camera on Z. O. G. R. E. IN BU are Jeez oh. Greenberg you can see here. This man has done the article with a Katy Perry the cover article cover story Ashton Kutcher. Justin Bieber, just at a sit down interview with with Kanye West Zach Greenberg onto the thrive time show. How are you are? I could be here. I am so glad you came to Tulsa Oklahoma to to to visit us my friend, would you? Have you been overwhelmed underwhelmed? So what's going on as you're processing things? Tulsa Oklahoma I I've been very pleasantly welcomed well. Over overwhelmed feels like a bad thing. Sometimes you don't WanNa. Be overwhelmed. You ought to be underwhelmed. You want to be like pleasantly WELLM. Mega point. He, does it make you? How would you describe what you do for Forbes now I think a lot of people don't know in the hear the phrase senior editor. What what does that mean sure a lot of stuff? And not all of it is editing, you know for me, the kind of bread and butter of it all for me at Forbes. Over the past decade has been doing these big stories on the biggest figures in media, entertainment, particular music and particularly hip hop. My Passion over there, so you know dating back to the very beginning of my time at Forbes. The way I got into. It was an editor walked into my cubicle, and this is two thousand seven I. Just started. She said. Hey, you're under thirty. Do like hip hop. I said I love hip hop. She said Great. We're going to put together the first ever list of the top earning represent the world. And Let's go do it, so I did it. We put it out Jay Z. Diddy! Fifty cent were in the top three. In that order I believe and They were so excited to be recognized by four. They made a song called money. The Forbes Billion Dollar Remix..

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DC Metro area and Montgomery, Alabama remain among the areas with the highest covid numbers

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | Last month

DC Metro area and Montgomery, Alabama remain among the areas with the highest covid numbers

"The White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says DC northern Virginia Montgomery and prince George's counties remain among the nation's highest regions recovered nineteen cases this morning to put it another way CNN health unit senior editor Maggie fox says we haven't really flatten the curve around here at all in general rates have been hired in large cities and we know the northeast got hit really hard really early New York City was particularly badly affected by corona virus but it's also important to realize that testing is still kind of a mess in the United States and it's hard to know if it's giving an accurate picture of where the cases really are and where they are not there's no reason to believe that the DC area wouldn't be heavily affected but the test results are a reflection of who's being tested and how so if there's more testing going on you're going to have a higher levels of

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State Department inspector general is latest watchdog fired

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:21 min | 2 months ago

State Department inspector general is latest watchdog fired

"Of new and stunning move overnight by president trump he announced there would be a new inspector general at the state department he gave no calls for the removal of the veteran who was in that job this would be notable under any circumstance but it is just the latest in a series of watch dogs and other government officials have been forced out in the trump administration and Pierre senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving joins us Ron thanks for being with us good to be with you Scott I don't know how to begin except to say what what's going on here so the president is asserting control exercising the full extent of his powers over the executive branch including people whose job is to keep an eye on other officials one of whom was Steve clinic the inspector general it's day two was fired late last night members of Congress are telling us this morning that clinic had opened an investigation of secretary Mike Pompeo close ally of the president over the alleged use of the department staff but we have seen the president fired the watchdog in other departments as well as you say last month it was Michalak consent the intelligence community I G. who process the whistleblower complaint last year became an issue in the president's impeachment Christy Graham at health and Human Services who would criticize the corona virus response and the president also removed Glenn Fein who was supposed to oversee some of that two trillion dollars that Congress approved a spending dealing with the corona virus

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"senior editor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The senior editor for conservative review their heart which is good for the show in your lives here locally listens to the program all the time great conservative he's written piece called your governor can't force you to stay in your state period the rights liberals finally support travel bans no not with the president uses his lawful power over foreign affairs and commerce demand for nationals from dangerous countries such as Iran or China liberal governors and rhinos arnelle illegally implementing travel bans on their own citizens from state to state he says that would be ideal vote free travel goes all the way back to the articles of confederation yeah here in these United States when they wrote the free inhabitants of each of these states shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of free citizens in the several states and the people of each state shall have free ingress and regress to and from any other state but R. which rights but now governors like lockdown Larry Hogan it's catching on brewers have illegally barred residents from traveling out of state you heard that correctly while these governors and some wayward federal judges impose a travel ban on foreign nationals from terrorist countries or those who would become a public charge when there's no right to foreigners to emigrate or not including travel bans on their own countrymen channel eleven reporting that the Mike Ricci a spokesperson for the governor said that vacation is not allowed under the governor's stay at home order which would ban people from traveling to another state unless they are exempted from that order thus lockdown Leri has now declared an edict that was never affect first single day in the history of the American settlement on this continent under any governing body sadly and ironically Malcolm Merlyn was the first state to recognize personal liberty no I I've had conversations with some in the millennial generation I think girls reflective of of the mindset of a number of people on the political left R. E. M. they they say well yeah but you know what she's in charge so we should do whatever he tells us to do that's just not my that's not my world view my my world view and I think the world feels an awful lot of people who listen to the show we are free men and women in a Republic we are not we are not service we are not peasants who are killing the land for our lords and ladies we are free men and women in the Republic and we have rates that are not granted by the government they're recognized as god given out in the constitution and there's a clear conflict here when you have when you have some missing you don't have the right to go on vacation if you have arbitrarily you know if you have a place on lake Anna down in Virginia no I'm sorry you can't drive down the lake and have for your vacation because we prohibit it by what authority bye bye we're in common law or in the state law of this state or this country do you have the right to make that determination well we understand that the that the he's in charge argument the problem is they have their priorities a little out of whack because the constitution is in charge the constitution is the law of the land and the article forty four Maryland's declaration of rights and frantically declares that the provisions of the constitution of the United States and of the state apply as well in time of war as in time of peace and just because there's a pandemic or a world war or anything else the constitution that is not suspended at any time doctor bill bar to talk about this are you said that the the you know the right to worship for example first amount rights are not somehow band just because you declare a pandemic and here's the problem this gets confused people say well basically they you want people to die that's always the go to line no I I think we're grown ups and I think that you have the right to determine for yourself what is appropriate behavior as a grown up as long as your behavior does not impact me or if you impact Sean we shouldn't have much of a voice in deciding what your behavior should be and I have your bank robber yes by extension your behavior impacts other individuals but if you say I'm going to vacation in Kansas and I've always wanted to see Fort Leavenworth wise people see from the outside resume threatened by putting it on the inside if you decide to vacation well in China they locked their people inside their homes and apartments by the way here we've locked locked people down telling them do not leave your house unless it's absolutely essential so it's not quite as bad as the CCP but it's a it's a step that's the path and and Democrats and rhinos this is an opportunity for them to transform the country and implement social so much what is all about in Russia by the way you have doctors three doctors the last couple weeks have mysteriously fallen from upper story windows various hospitals yeah yeah I I guess it's the thing that's going wrong with the medical community in Russia now unbelievable six hundred on your friends and rescue doctoral supplements continue to want to make sure that you stay healthy and as a result they have applied a five percent automatic site wide savings discount doesn't matter you don't need any coupon codes or anything of that nature only the code that we give you every Sunday morning on the rescue hopeline program that's five percent automatic but there are other opportunities to save money and to build your immune system get that up and running for you so you're able to fend off illness and virus a disease and what one way to do that is with rescue probiotic your gut flora is you you got to be a balance you gotta have the part of the positive bacteria has got to be in either Dallas or or have more than that than the than the negative stuff in your gut.

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"senior editor" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

10:06 min | 4 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"Sixteen Gretchen helped pave the way for the metoo movement with her Historic Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Roger. Ailes the former. Ceo and chairman of Fox. News Gretchen is now putting her network. Knowledge and personal experience to battle in the fight to reform institutions that have historically kept women silent. This was one of the most powerful talk set dream force two thousand nineteen for me so I wait to present it to you here but before we handed over to Gretchen and moderator and senior editor at Fortune Ellen mcgirt a quick word about wordpress. Vip WHO's making the show possible wordpress VIP is the digital publishing solution that powers the world's top media companies as well as marketing platforms for some of the best known.

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"senior editor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Names ever Zack. O'malley Greenburg stoughton bottom mantle to the scene hall to kissed we have to build is hip hop cash. Kings vistas bread. Familly senior editor in his books been empire state of mind with Jay z's on considering the Michael Jackson Mccain three kings did he hit a talk about the angels Danny Pin added Greenberg. And he's three two point at this air again. The noise known get ready to enter the drive time show burden off now on the top sisters to give what we got books. Hopperton books sees bring some wisdom at the. That's why I'm a dive. So if you see my kids please tell them to see what your now. Three to what he yes yes yes and yes DR Z. It always ecstasy when you're here next to me on today's show. The listeners are gonNA enter into the DOJO OF MO. Jo because we are entering. We're entering.

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White Nationalism in the White House: Katie McHugh Kept Receipts

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:28 min | 4 months ago

White Nationalism in the White House: Katie McHugh Kept Receipts

"It's no secret that members of the trump administration up to and including trump himself are parroting the views of white nationalist and white extremist groups. These organizations are tied into outright media outlets like Breitbart and others where they spread this propaganda to the masses. We're going to try something a little different today. I'll be joined by a guest. Co Host. Hossan Ahmad is an immigration attorney and anti white nationalist activist from Virginia. Hossan has been deeply involved in obtaining the archived writings of John. Panton one of the men. Behind the current white nationalist movement in America Hossan connected me to Katie McHugh. Katie is a former white nationalist. Who has renounced her views in his working. Hard to undo the damage. She did when she held them. She's a former staffer for Breitbart and other alt-right media where she was in constant correspondence with Stephen Miller at the trump white house. She's exposed those emails and the deep ties of Miller into the white nationalist movement in America voice box he's overlap between trump's message white nationalist ideology he has shown us that the majority of Americans support are sort of message. You know what yeah make. America great again fell the wall. Pick these people out. This is my country. This this all belongs to me. Trump demurred when asked whether he'd condemned supportive comments from former Ku Klux Klan. Leader David Duke. I have to look at the group I mean. I don't know what group you're talking about. You wouldn't want me to condemn a group that I know. The person is dead and nineteen injured after a speeding vehicle drove into a group of protesters. Your leader downtown Charlottesville very fine people on both sides so we just got a new batch of emails from Breitbart reporter Katya Q. The Southern Poverty Law Center has made public excerpts of emails sent by White House. Senior adviser. Stephen Miller was a key figure shaping immigration policy or president trump the email messages for fifty thousand sixteen. Show Miller support white nationalist website and ideologies. My name is Katie mccue. I've exposed eight far-right extremists in the past fifteen months by working with civil rights groups and legendary nonprofits. I'm very excited now. In the stage of my life to help the most vulnerable in society including people of Color immigrants those who practice Islamic faith and those who this car presidential administration opposes the mouse and seeks to punish through use of authoritarian policies. Sorry Not Sorry so katy you spent a bit of time in the alright. What is the difference if you can explain to US between the alright a white supremacy and white nationalism? What are some of the core beliefs that you're aware of as part of this movement? Well I can say I think we should begin with aristotle here. I don't want to sound pretentious but everything is on a trajectory this is also just basic calculus so one of the things. Aristotle spoke about was habit and one thing you witness with the outright because the media treated them as a truly humorous force that's just online and it's backing Donald Trump and it's young people. The fact is everything that they said. Ironically I'm making air quotes eventually became ironic so whenever people thought they were quote unquote trolling about saying the nineteenth amendment should be repealed and you had white supremacist media figure. Richard Spencer eventually meeting. No I don't believe women should have the right to vote all these memes and things you see on twitter and the way that these mobs were organized so much so that they became. It was almost like blunt force trauma when it came to harassment for media figures. They were not joking. And in the case too with someone like Stephen Miller who's one of the most powerful people in the US government especially when it comes to people who are not white. So who is Stephen Miller? And why is it so important that we understand his thinking? Stephen Miller is one of the closest advisers to president trump. He is the architect of trump's immigration policy and also has the president's ear on foreign policy matters. Stephen Miller for his entire career had anti immigrant. Leanings for some people philly with the alright because it's an amorphous group and doesn't have a membership roll with you. Know I mean. They viewed on white people and people who practice the Islamic faith as not only dangerous individuals but an existential threat to the country. And this does tie into eugenics which unfortunately America has a very dark history with eugenics Ray Science and a history which John drew from and help shape the anti immigrant agenda that has sought renewed energy from the emergence of the outright and renewed energy from the trump campaign and which we now see the full force turned against the most desperate vulnerable people in the world for punish purely because of their country of origin their ethnicity in the face that they practice kitty. You seem so articulate and passionate and human and when we paint these pictures are head of the other side we sort of create these villains. I think I WANNA be respectful for your privacy and safety but I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about how you got caught up in the movement so that we can have a better understanding as to how other people get caught up in the movement. Thank you for asking that because I think that everyone's path is different but buying could help explain some of the groundwork for other young people currently trapped in this. Who Don't quite know how to get out. The outright on the far-right are very much like a gang. You know there's a no snitching policy and I think that many many young people especially let's say trump does not win reelection in twenty twenty this year. A lot of young people are going to wonder. How do I get out of this? And how do I reconnect with other people again and have a healthy loving life full of good friendships? Good connections across backgrounds. So I will just say that I'm from Pennsylvania regular conservative town and I was raised like I think the joke is. You're born a lapsed Catholic. So that was my upbringing. Regular childhood must very nerdy was constantly reading and I was politically inclined. People always talk about two thousand four election. People were very excited about George W Bush. Because it's a Red County and two thousand eight of course with the banking crisis. Things got much more serious and of course the Iraq war still going on so I was chatting with one of my best friends. Her Dad and I was regular Republican fully supporting the Iraq war in in the war in Afghanistan and he said well. Why don't you read this person named Joe So brand? Joseph O'Brien was a former senior editor for national review. He was fired by William F Buckley because he could not control his anti-semitism. I ate him alive. Almost like a neurological virus and I'm eighteen. I had never met someone of poop practice. Jewish faith Jewish background nothing. I didn't understand anti-semitism and I was reading the Essay. That was recommended to me. Call the reluctant anarchists sing. How all government is evil in the constitution has already been so violated. We just need to go back to something. Like pre articles of confederation. Okay this is very important to understand. Is that there is a serious libertarian. Too Far right pipeline very serious and the far right of course is just steeped in. Eugenics steepen utterly discredited on Justifiable Race

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Trump says the coronavirus is Democrats' new 'hoax'

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:21 min | 4 months ago

Trump says the coronavirus is Democrats' new 'hoax'

"The stock market plunge this week is the corona virus spread rapidly across Europe and the Middle East and of the Americans last night president trump referred to the virus as the Democrats knew hoax even as he appointed by president Mike pence to oversee America's preparedness voters head to polls in South Carolina today for the state's primary in Pierre senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving is in Colombia at one of the many voter events taking place today run thanks so much for being with us good to be with you from chilly south Carroll a chill oh I'm sorry you mean it's cold in South Carolina and I mean Ising early surprisingly brisk Columbia South Carolina Scott and president trump is also there he held a campaign rally and he tried to frame the corona viruses a democratic conspiracy that's right just down the road from where I'm standing the president told Israeli crowd it was quote the latest hoax although it is now in fifty six countries and new cases have been reported overnight in San Antonio and there are cases reported in California with no known links to foreign travel in the hole well the World Health Organization is saying the novel coronavirus poses a very high global risk a rather colossal hoax to be sure but in the past the president has labeled climate change a hoax as well Scott so he may be using that word as a synonym for inconvenient

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Jeff Bezos Pledges $10 Billion To Fight Climate Change, Planet's 'Biggest Threat'

Here & Now

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Jeff Bezos Pledges $10 Billion To Fight Climate Change, Planet's 'Biggest Threat'

"Jeff bezos. The world's richest man announced this week he is donating ten billion dollars of his personal fortune to fight climate change known as the basis Earth Fund which pays us announced over instagram. Yesterday it is thought to be one of the largest philanthropic gifts ever for more. Let's bring in Mike Regan senior editor at Bloomberg News. Mike Germany so bays us in the past has been criticized for not doing that much in the way of philanthropy in fact we just talked to the CEO of AIRBNB. Another billionaire and I asked him whether he thinks Beza should be giving more money to charity and apparently now he is. He's pledging eight percent of his personal wealth to fight climate change. Why this new commitment? Well all we really know about his motivation. So far is just a caption on instagram. Picture of the Earth. And it's only about one hundred and twenty five words but what he says basically is in part that climate change is the biggest threat to our planet and he says he wants to work alongside others to amplify known ways and to explore new ways of fighting it. Now with that said I would point out that basis has come under a lot of pressure even especially from employees within Amazon itself Since when you think about it delivering all those Amazon packages obviously has a big impact on the environment. So he's heard a lot about this over the years. Well Yeah. Let's talk about that. Amazon's impact on climate Not just the carbon cost of shipping everything around and flying everything around but also all those packages all those boxes you know. Sometimes they can be recycled and sometimes they can write and even now on twitter and social media.

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Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:49 min | 5 months ago

Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

"In Britain a cabinet reshuffle. When the prime minister reorganizes the key figures around him or herself can be dramatic messy even humiliating but most expected. Boris Johnson's first major reorganization. Yesterday would be modest. The economists prediction the night of the short knives. Instead there was an unexpected moment of high drama from such Javid the Chancellor of the Exchequer the Treasury Secretary and Keeper of the National Budget. He resigned coming out. Mr Java might have stayed but he would have had to fire all of his own advisers and replace them with a team appointed by prime minister. Boris Johnson and his chief aide Dominic. Cummings I don't believe any self respected minister would accept such conditions and so therefore I thought the best thing to do was to go in addition to a shakeup in other departments yesterday's people represents a significant erosion of the Treasury's independence. A cabinet reshuffle starts with those ministers. Who are going to be ousted being told by the prime minister that their services may not be required and mckelway a senior editor of the Economist and frequent hunter of Westminster's halls of power. And then those who will get the jobs Invited in one by one and if you remember the fear of being cooled into the head study when you were school I think it feels a bit like that even for seasoned menaces that walk of delight or shame up Downing Street who Press Bank of cameras watching. You can't be an easy one and Mr Java's walkout of that look Saya Javard. The now ex chancellor looked actually pretty confident. Think he was making a point that he was not prepared to take the deal on the terms that was offered by the prime minister. This was such a clash and seems to have taken place will come to a head so quickly that he was. I'm out of here and that was the walk. So the deal that was on offer was that she could stick around only if he basically got rid of his whole team. Why why was that? The deal that was on the table. Boris Johnson elected with a big majority very frustrated. I think in the last parliament by not being able to get on with the business of government as he wants to shape. It fell the Chancellor and the chancellor's team was somewhat in the way so having guaranteed to Mr Jovi that he would keep his job very publicly The end of last year he said well you can keep it. But you can't have this team of advisers around you and I think the underlying tension there is that they had different views about spending. They had different views about some curious of economic policy and that Boris Johnson was affectively. Trying to grab hold of the decision making process. If you don't have your advisers is very hard to put together a strong policy. Perspective could differ from number TANS. Mr Javert Simi said no you lost one adviser on the whim of Downing Street's he wasn't going to lose anymore and I think that will as the store that goes back as he say. So you say this. This was openly down to differences overspending economic policy. How so sergey of it comes from traditional you might call austerity light. He would accept some listening of the course on spending but he would still. I think want some constraint and you would see some risk in splurging splashing the cash. I think Boris Johnson thinks that everything is really changed. He's got this big majority. He can take more risks and the austerity years really needs to be put behind him and he wants to spend money particularly on the north of England in in the places where the Conservatives have made gains because he thinks that will nail down those gains and keep him in power for longer. Vaz's being around that is bubbled between the two of them. The danger here is that the treasury and number ten being too closely aligned has some risks of its own in prime ministers are more interested in short-term political goals rather than longterm fiscal ones and that balances often being a bit up and down in British Political System. And there's often been a bit of a competition but in this example it's happened. Very brutally very swiftly. The power has moved to one end of the soul to Boris. Johnson's view as has happened before with Mister Johnson. There's a lot of talk about the the power dynamic between him and his chief. Aides Dominic Cummings the Some would say power behind the throne. What does this episode to tell you about that dominate Cummings sometimes called the dark Lord around Westminster only home for Jokes? I think is very powerful. Figure had also clashed with Mr. Jarve it I think this decision to be so tough on the chance. That was primarily the prime minister's probably driven on Egged on by his adviser. They've been other arguments. That Dominic Cummings has lost recently so as power is not absolute. But I think if. Boris Johnson Dominic Cummings have a vision of direction? They want government to go. You put yourself in great dangerous administer. If you lie down in the road they will seem irrelevant. You so is that to say then that will end up with the government that is entirely made up of of loyalists of of yes. Men of people living in fear. I'm not sure that will also be yes. Men and women. But it's very clear that you kind of have to get behind the Boris vision of what is important and what is less important. Has He left enough room for independent advice. And for those who think of it differently. Omay send up a warning message. Things that could go wrong. I think that is the great risk. That he's taken here with essentials ation of power over the key decisions which brings us neatly onto Mr Chavez. Replacement. Help Tony me more about him. Richie soon act mid thirty s very trusted by Boris Johnson. Dominic Cummings but also the very interesting backstory is. He has also got a absolutely classic Oxford to banking seavy but as a small boy. He helped his mother who run a pharmacy to to do the adding open and the accounts. He's very good and gifted with numbers that you could say is pretty good going for chancellor always the case it would be. I think unfair to say to someone who's very far already in life and politics. He's only there is a naughty dog. The difference is the constraints are drawn. A kind of course it has been placed the work that he can do the budget's due in four weeks time. We don't know whether it's going to go ahead. But the country needs stability and I think number ten will not want to do it for very long. I think you will differ in some ways from the budget that Mr Javid would have given and in effect it will have to authors one will be the chancellor but the signature very prominently underneath. It will be the big spoiling hand of Boris Johnson. And all of the attention has gone on to to this this this debacle with Mr David and not so much on all of the other Reshufflings within the cabinet. Take a whole. What does that that whole story? Tell you about what Mr Johnson and indeed. Mister Cummings was for Britain. The overall message of the reshuffle is that Brexit is done that those wounds can be healed and that Britain get on selling itself as global Britain in the world. That's confidence not front foot feeling that. Boris Johnson often does exude isn't really particularly balanced left and right cabinet and conservative terms. And that's probably a bit of a difference. He has the majority. He's got the team. He's got the power and now he really wants to go. And that's the feeling it's been put behind this. Let's see where that ends up. And thank you very much for joining us visa.

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Toyota Supra V6, 2021 Cadillac Escalade and Electric Hummer

Motor1.com Podcast

09:04 min | 5 months ago

Toyota Supra V6, 2021 Cadillac Escalade and Electric Hummer

"I'm here today with senior editor. Jeff Peres how're you doing? Jeff good how are you done very good actually having had an episode for a couple of weeks so there's some good stuff to talk about particularly because last week was the Chicago Auto. Show and I think you and I both know in any other year. The Chicago auto show would not be a big deal but they moved the Detroit auto show which is usually in January. They moved that to June this year. So I think the Chicago Auto. Show benefited from that. And there was some Interesting debuts or things happening around it we're gonNA talk about One vehicle that really. I think got a lot of attention in Chicago but before that we have another car. Debut in this week That by the time this episode airs will have debuted although it hasn't yet but we can talk about it because we know all about it. So why don't you tell us about that? One I yes so when we spoke to Toyota I guess last year when the super came out they told us that there would be no four-cylinder super in the US but apparently till he had allied because there is going to be four cylinder super they were very clear with us Won The super debut and I were. You wrote articles about it like no four-cylinder super. Yeah it's odd but I guess I don't know maybe it was the demand. Maybe they just felt like they could fill a little bit of space between the eighty six and the and the current six cylinder so and you've got the BMW Z. Four which is basically the same car that offers a four cylinder right exactly so yeah four cylinder super happening this week it'll be right before Daytona. Which is the super as inaugural NASCAR RACE? Which is I mean where I I didn't mean to go into a NASCAR DIVERSION. But it's kind of funny and crazy but there's GONNA be a super at Nascar. I can't wait to see how I mean. It has no relation whatsoever to the road. Car HAS NO NASCAR. Racecar does but it's still fun to see them. Put that car there instead of the camera which has been using but yes so the new four cylinder supra gets the same turbo to leader from the Z. Four which is you know. Bmw engine just like the inline six two hundred fifty five horsepower. Two hundred ninety five pound for you to torque eight speed automatic and I think the big lake deal with this is that it's two hundred pounds lighter than the inland six version. So two hundred pounds off Death a lot away. What would of the weight come down to thirty one? Eighty one is the exact number. It's right in between the eighty six and the six cylinder essentially I mean that's I mean they`re. They're kind of filling the white space between their vehicles right. I think you and I have already talked about this. With the rest of the motor. One editors that this car sounds awesome. IT WH-. It'll be lighter. It'll the handling will probably be sharper and it'll be cheaper. We we know it will be cheaper to some degree but we don't know to what degree right. Yeah that's the big question because the current super the twenty twenty model starts at forty nine nine. Which is I think. Pretty reasonable for that car With visa with visas right Now the V six is getting updated too so that will probably get a price hike So I don't know I'm thinking forty k. for the four cylinder which I think might be like. I think that's a little wishful thinking on your part. You actually want to buy it. Yes that that also. I think it's probably more likely whenever whatever you're trying to guess what the price of a car is that you actually want. It's probably safe to like you know. Take your guests. Add five thousand. Like I honestly think it'll be like forty three forty five. Maybe that's a tough sell. Though for that card forty-three they don't seem super interested in selling tens of thousands of them. I think it's kind of like like a mid level halo car so I I think that they they wanna make their money back and and BMW does too so it would be. It would be amazing if it started at thirty nine even model but what other. What other choices in the class are there? You can get a nice ego boost Mustang with the performance pack and the handling pack for. I don't know mid forties low forties and then you can get a turbo Camaro One L. E. for high thirties low forties. Early great cars both really great cars and I think those would be like the closest competitors. Then you could also look like the four cylinder f type and the came in which are also really close. I think the Super Probably GonNa fall somewhere in between there Lab just comparably. But I don't know that segments pretty good so the supers gotta be priced well and it's gotTa bring a lot to the table. Yeah I well let's Like I said it'll it will have debuted or the time has episode airs. But I'm not sure if they'll release the pricing at the same time so we may have to wait a little while for that but to me. Sounds like an awesome car. Just is all gonna come down to the cost a next. I want to move on to the other end of the spectrum the supercar and because for For our coverage of the Chicago auto show by far the most popular car we wrote about was the new Ford. Gt Liquid Carbon Edition. And I find that particularly interesting because the Ford. Gt has now been around a few years and Ford has even had a couple. Special editions of this is another one of those for the two thousand twenty model year. And I'm amazed at how much actually put into this. It's not just a different look for one thing. The obvious thing is its name liquid carbon edition the whole body is bare carbon-fiber and it's gorgeous. I mean yes bear. Carbon Fibre is pretty by itself. But they have masterfully. Put this together. If you look at the body panels. They have done all the work to make sure the carbon we've lines up everywhere and I believe someone someone asked for about the build process and it actually takes three weeks to put the liquid carbon edition. Gt together compared to one week for a regular Ford Gt so that that tells you just how much goes into the body alone but even for they could've stopped there and I think everyone would have been happy. Would've probably gotten as much attention. But for two thousand twenty. They have got more power out of the engine. It's up thirteen horse. Power to six hundred sixty The the engine has a new calibration. So the torque curve is broader there's upgraded Pistons and ignition coils in the engine. They did a couple minor arrow changes to the flying buttresses and the back to make improvements larger inner coolers a new exhaust. I mean they. They have made material upgrades to this car when they don't have to. It is a supremely limited edition car. There's only a very small few of the builds. Lots left for the whole thing that they're going to produce all time not just for this year but they went that far. I mean that's unusual right. It is and I think it's super cool like this is a very interesting take on a car. That's already pretty cool Just the exposed carbon fibre is is such an interesting detail that not a lot of companies do even though I I sort of have a mixed like a love hate relationship with it because to us and I think we talked about this a little bit with the Acura the EMC editions that they're building. Those are super cool right on the paper they're building these in the NSS factory hand building all of them. They're awesome from from a technical standpoint. But when you show this to the consumer do they care like I don't know if the carbon the bare carbon look is like a big thing with consumers I think partners at school for the Ford Gt. I don't think they're consumers so much there are others and I think that will probably I mean these will sit up collection and maybe be brought out and gawked at and driven around a track once in a while. I think a lot of companies. Don't attempt it because it is so hard to do. It's not just you know like we said they lined up the we've and and there's no paint to hide imperfections right so it's all right there and has to be done very painstakingly and end with an extremely high attention to detail so it works here. I think you're right though with the accurate with the PM. See additions like if you know what they are. They're cool but you would have no way of knowing just by looking at them. If a liquid carbon drove by you would instantly no like right. That's more than just a regular Jersey and I do appreciate that. Ford is like keeping it fresh rather than just sort of letting it die on the vine like a lot of companies do where they introduce a new supercar. And they're like here you go. Let's just let it roll for ten years. You know and not do anything interesting so I think that's cool from that standpoint

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Kindness From Our ... Exes?

Kind World

06:37 min | 5 months ago

Kindness From Our ... Exes?

"Wanted to talk about breakups today. Right I mean right. What else should we talk about on Valentine's Day but we do have a little twist because after all this is kind world and we see compassionate and the unlikeliest of situations including terrible breakups. So one of our colleagues here at WBZ. You ARE LISA. Creamer suggested we ask this question. What's the nicest thing an ex? That is an ex boyfriend girlfriend. Significant other has done for you. I love that idea so much. I decided to post it on social media and I got some responses. Do you want to hear them? Yes absolutely okay. Cool so one woman said picking me up. When I was walking somewhere in the rain it would've been a two mile long. Walk any changed. My car's oil that same evening. That's pretty impressive. That is really nice. That's very nice number. Two apologized and own their mistakes k. Maturity shows growth absolutely and then this one. When I moved about ten years ago my ex was the only person who showed up to help true friend. Status Moving for life for sure is a pain and of course one of my favorites. This is kind of obvious. One disappeared like he never existed. But I I get it. It'd be like that sometimes. Do be like that sometimes. But Further Record Yasmeen. I have not come up with a good answer to this question. I'm not really sure what that says about me. You know what I think is. You're completely normal. I mean I respect my ex's but you know time to move on but a few friends and colleagues around us do have these really great stories and we decided to ask a handful of them starting with our intern if Ryan Hernandez what is the nicest thing your ex has done for you so a couple of summers ago. We broke up around April ish but had already applied to this summer camp as a counselor and I needed a reference so I listed her as a reference and. She told me later that they call her back way. This was supposed break-up post break up. I just still had her listed as a reference because we had worked previously in a tutoring GIG and they called her up and to give me a reference. Did you get the job? I did not get the job. What if this was a bad reference it really I mean led by Ghazi Bygones? I think she might have given me a good reference so these guys with me and the camp but you know. I don't think it's her. I don't blame her high Taylor. Hi Okay I have a question for you. What's the nicest thing your ex has ever done for you? I think the nicest thing man did was break up with me and the first thing that was that was a good call. We let me keep his sweatshirts. Wait did you just keep sweatshirts without telling him? Yeah but he didn't come get him. I'm Jack Lepe ours and I am the mid day host. Wr Okay. What is the nicest thing an ex has ever done for you? Hus- break-up I think the nicest thing that has ever not done for me but I think offered to do for me was to my cat while I went away for a week and I'm talking to my girlfriend at the time and I said well my ex offered to watch our cat while we're gone for a week and she goes. Are you OK leaving our beloved baby boy cat in the hands of your ex and I was like no no no no? It's fine. The sex loves cats even more than I love cats as so it'll be fine and it was very sweet? Hi My name is mark. He's nil and I am an engineer. One of my ex girlfriends. We was on the way to be broken up and she helped me graduate high school. The only consider that Nice. It was just really just kind of like whatever that's not whatever not finishing high school. I mean if you if you ask me you know what I'm saying. I mean. She helped because she felt because she helped me be in the position. Not Finish. Who so it's like but it was a while situation so I was in high. School was a wild boy. Wasn't doing really well my senior year and my girlfriend at the time we was on our way to break it up or whatever but because she was going to go to college in North Carolina and we kind of knew that that was kind of but she helped me like get my papers done lake turning all my papers and pass my test and stuff and we broke up. The rest is history. My Name's Maria Garcia and I'm the senior editor of the artery which is debut arts and culture team so Maria we want to know what is the nicest thing your ex has done for you This person who I dated took care of my childhood barbies in my childhood Barbie furniture for over a year in his storage the free of charge and every month would send me like the nicest gentle reminders. It wasn't actually about the barbies itself. It was about all of the handmade furniture that went with the barbies so growing up. We were working class. I love barbies but my parents couldn't afford the cool Barbie accessories so my mom would like get Styrofoam or like leftover cardboard and she would shape them into like couches and it's it sounds really makeshift describing them. But they were really beautiful and then she would go to the fabric store and like buy fabric and make Barbie furniture. You know the barbies represented the lengths that my mother would go to to lake. Provide me with a beautiful childhood. Even though we didn't have a whole lot of money so I logged these homemade toys from apartment to apartment until I moved with my ex and then we store them in his garage even when I had like nothing to give and return to him right that it wasn't like a exchange like he was just like he cared about me as a human being he saw he was like okay. She once was a child who really cared for these things and even though I'm not with her I am going to be a good steward of this thing that I know to. Her core is really meaningful to her. So it's nice to have that memory with an

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The state of the Democratic primary race

All Things Considered

03:35 min | 5 months ago

The state of the Democratic primary race

"With the New Hampshire primary in the rear view mirror the democratic contest for the presidential nomination shifts west and south with Nevada being the next day to vote followed by South Carolina he can be the senior editor for politics and government Scot Shafer is here to talk about the state of the race and California is a role in it hi Scott Hey Nina so New Hampshire often clarifies the front runners but to what extent if that happened last night Bernie Sanders well it did clarify things but not as much as I would say is it does usually so yes Bernie Sanders people to judge clearly the top tier they're now essentially tied coming out of Iowa and New Hampshire in delegates it really put of course former vice president Joe Biden came in fifth he's really on the ropes and was with war and kind of a surprise her neighboring state she's from Massachusetts she came in fourth place behind Amy club which are so her campaign is a little bit on red alert I would save and it it definitely New Hampshire gave a new life to Amy club which are and we did see three candidates drop out and Yang senator Bennett for Michael Bennett from Colorado and of all Patrick the former governor of Massachusetts I'm not sure many people knew that they were even running but they are now out so in that sense it does narrow the field at the criticism of both Iowa and New Hampshire having so much influence in the races that they're overwhelmingly white the next few contests will be in more racially diverse state Scott so what does that mean for the various candidates well it means a lot I mean Bernie Sanders he is you know really the front runner right now he does quite well with Latinos he does reasonably well with African Americans but he's the only one in that top three from last night they can say that both booted judging Amy club which are of really really struggle to get any traction at all with African Americans and Latinos so now moving into these more diverse states they really got their work cut out for them Biden he's been really held up by African American voters but the question now is with you know two very weak for initiatives in the first two contests are they gonna stick with him or they gonna look at other candidates and if so you know who does that benefit Tom Stiers is kind of making a move in South Carolina he's been spending a lot of money there on the air waves and he's doing reasonably well with African Americans and then of course you've got waiting in the wings Mike Bloomberg who is also spending a lot of money not in the first four contests become super Tuesday he's gonna be a big player there as well well what do the results of New Hampshire and Iowa mean for the importance of California's March third primary well California has been like pining for relevance and I think finally this year we're going to have it I mean just to give you some context California has four hundred and ninety four delegates to up for grabs that is compared to New Hampshire which had twenty four to twenty times more delegates just here in California we're part of super Tuesday which includes states like Texas Virginia Colorado and Bernie Sanders is really well positioned here he's got a lot of union support he's got a great field operation he's got a lot of money but you also have Michael Bloomberg really poise for the first time on super Tuesday to make a splash he's spending tons of money on television he's got field offices and not just the usual places like Los Angeles and San Francisco but also stocked in Fresno riverside so he could be a factor as well you know California is now have fifteen million ballots that have been mailed out to them and the question is are they going to mail them in soon or are they going to kind of sit on them and wait and see who's left they don't wanna you know voters never want to vote for somebody who's dropped out of the race so you know they think California's really want to have their voice heard this time

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Trump declares victory following acquittal in impeachment trial

Political Breakdown

04:32 min | 5 months ago

Trump declares victory following acquittal in impeachment trial

"We begin tonight with the conclusion of president trump's impeachment trial in the Senate on Wednesday the Senate voted to acquit president trump of obstruction of Congress and abuse of power met rami was the lone GOP lawmaker to join Democrats in finding him guilty of abuse of power the next day president trump appeared at the White House to celebrate his acquittal and denounced Democrats and the investigations that have dogged his presidency president trump also deliver his third state of the union address on Tuesday night he claimed credit for the stronger economy and vowed to quote never let socialism destroyed American health care the issue has taken center stage in the twenty twenty presidential race here to discuss this politico senior writer Carl Ameren Nucci and NPR senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving he joins us by Skype from the nation's capital welcome to you both Ron let's start with you we are hearing today that lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men who and his twin brother are being fired and removed from the White House he was one of the witnesses called during the impeachment investigation he provided very damaging testimony against the president what is this firing tell us about how trump gonna act moving forward and could there be any repercussions for the president or his administration you know there were two theories on the part of the senators who were voting on impeachment one was that the president was going to have learned his lesson and that he was going to moderate his behavior that does that does not seem to have been borne out by his behavior thus far at the prayer breakfast on Thursday or at his victory lap speech in the east room or now today as he has begun and we don't think he's finished cleaning out some of the people that he thinks betrayed him and the impeachment proceedings including a lieutenant colonel Benjamin and his brother who was actually on staff over in the Senate for some other people but seems to have lost his job in the same hour I mean it's not just the president that could potentially suffer repercussions we have senators like Susan Collins from Maine who it said she hoped the president would learn lessons she is one of a handful of senators that Democrats hope to defeat in November what do you think this means for them look I think it's gonna fire of the Democrats they are already donating in record amounts to the on the opposition in all of those cases when you talk about college attack on more than like Sally this is this is but it's going to keep the Republicans fired up as well this whole week is an example of of the kind of I mean a rancor and hostility we seen between the parties it is not going away anytime soon it is going to extend probably on the next election I think we've we've gone the other residents a suite yeah it definitely feels like we are already in the selection run I wanna bring you back in here the impeachment vote was on Wednesday the only person who you could say maybe didn't act in a partisan manner was Utah senator Mitt Romney he was the sole Republican vote on that first article of impeachment on abuse of power do you think that in anyway rob's trump of this talking point that this is a purely partisan witch hunt it doesn't seem to have deterred him from using exactly that language what it does add a note an asterisk if you will Mitt Romney was the first person to vote to remove from office a president of his own party we've had party lines stepped over in the past in previous impeachments but always to defend someone not to remove them so he does become a unique voice in all the history of impeachment that's not something we're going to hear from the White House White House is in some sense is trying to ignore him but is also made some rather direct shots at him hiding behind his religion or using religion as a crutch because he mentioned his Mormon faith when he gave the speech on the floor and was quite an emotional speech about why he felt he had to follow the facts that had been presented to the Senate and vote for the president's removal from office Carlos you think there could be any political repercussions for Ronnie I mean obviously he has a target on his back when it comes to the White House look his own newspapers in Utah have stood up for him but there's no question about it there's going to be political repercussions for him and for his state and that's I think going to be of concern to hand the president has already mentioned is such an antibody I think that he's getting support from Democrats it's interesting to watch but it was also interesting to watch the silence the came out of the Senate people that have known him for years people have respected him for years have not come forward to to to the firm for him in any way so I think we're going to see how this plays out he but he's willing to take the heat he made

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Scott Blue  Former Ice Pilot

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

09:59 min | 5 months ago

Scott Blue Former Ice Pilot

"I'm how Brian I'm senior editor here at. EA and Oshkosh Wisconsin. And and I'm one of the hosts of the green dot and sitting here with me on the left it is I'm one of the other host. I'm Chris Henry the EA Aviation Museum Programs Coordinator and somebody snuck snuck into the room with us today. Chrissy sitting across the table and she'd tell us about them absolutely just for the record When he showed up it literally dropped twenty degrees here? So you're about the a cold wave degrees Fahrenheit that's true I think either a thousand or sixty degrees centigrade degrees. Yeah well anybody. WHO's a fan of the TV show? Ice Pilots Will be familiar with Scott Blue. Scott the thank you for joining us today. Thanks for having me Chris. Good Morning. Well thanks for coming and We're GONNA IF ANYBODY WHO's listening to this It'll be after the time so you have missed it but Scott is actually here to take part in the speaker series. Here at the museum happens every third Thursday the month shameless plug there but But Luckily we've recorded. Where did this podcast? So if you could make it you'll have something to listen to and hear about your adventure down here and we should be doing a video of the speaker series as well. That's yes I usually goes up within two or three three weeks or so of the event so absolutely evidence. Great years but You know being being a foreigner her as you are the are. US laws must have might charming to you. We didn't get pulled over on the draft Milwaukee. It was fun. They let me into the country so I'm already winning. Well that's that's good questions. Will they let you out Kennedy not want me back scanning passports sports these days. I'm in trouble. We're always looking for good people. Welcome all right Scott. Well let's let's do. We always liked to do on the show. Let's go back back to the beginning. We were having great conversations right before. Went on about About some of the movies so I say back to the beginning. Well I the earth cool cool dinosaurs game not quite that far back Mike Myers. I'm sorry thank you fellow Canadian eighty at my life. Let's go back to a little bit closer to your beginning. How did you first get into flying? Were you a kid interested in aviation was something year round at all. I always liked airplanes when I was younger and You know even going back when I was a kid. We used to go down to Florida every year and we had a condo down there and I remember one year getting into radio controlled airplanes and magazine Z.. My mom bought forming. We weren't we could see in the store and then it was in a holding pattern until we actually started the drive entertainment for the kids as we go down a little older I get it you know. I can't see the magazine and it'll wait. And then we started driving down and funny enough. I still have this. Old Radio Controlled Model Airplane magazine and on the cover. It is a seal to fifteen. Oh there was an article the guy that made one going in and out of the water One but then the actual picture of it was there and it sort of you know foreshadowed several decades later actually got into that it you know in my career but yeah I always liked airplanes and cars and anything with an engine and You Know I. I went to university after high school. I finished my degree and Happy to say it would be in geography a fee. But it wasn't really leading me into anything so our jingle researching Yo hey I can still become pilots too late as a mid twenties and You know give. The military shot didn't work out because a little tall but Yeah just started. Chipping away at the flight school with North of Toronto. So you mentioned you mentioning just too tall. Aw to fly in the military. So you're seven yet is that right and That still seems sort of I guess I get it but it so seems strange to me like this in the you know whether that was the late twentieth or early twenty first century. That something like that that you know. You're you're smart. You're obviously good pilot. Well it all all these other qualifications. But I'm sorry just physically don't fit in the cockpit. How did it seems amazing to me that we can't well to me? Is that it it because of the L. Red tape in the way that the hiring process goes took several months for that to be established whereas on the very first day I was asking too tall and they'd be like I'm not sure. How is your eyesight and Mike Take my told to do this job? And at every step in the process I kept asking and basically I don't know you know down the line and by the time I got after all the simulator checks in the background checks and the two hour interview where they ask you about some pretty intense stuff being you know you're signing up for the military past all that everything was okay and then I I went from full medical and all your tallet everything else on. Yeah and like we're talking top to bottom everything like x rays. I checked you name it and at the end of it a set down the flight surgeon and he's okay. Well you're too tall. What else is wrong with you? Nothing nothing else is wrong with you. Did you get here. And I'm like nobody nobody would give me a no and so oh I just. He's like okay. Well tell you come back next week and we'll measure you again. What's going to happen that week? I thought they were just GonNa put me in an F.. Eighteen and object back to me over northern Alberta compress lose an inch and the way to go. I didn't happened. showed up the next week. And they it was interesting because they had to hide expert. And and they plotted me out and make really measured everything. And they had a chart green yellow red but the different machines in the Canadian military and read it was no go on that was for helicopters and the F. Eighteen of just wasn't gonNA happen yellow sort of like Oh might work in you know some of the other training planes and some smaller machines but then green. It was wide open for two hooks and the C. Seventeen and and We call them the Aurora. CB One forty rowers but P. threes. And I was like cool. I'll fly that stuff. That sounds great and they said well No. Thank you but if you're not able to do everything everything does work for us so actually coming out. Wow what's it's amazing to me because if you talk to people over the years who have been undetermined to you know to get in the military military do flying and things like that you hear stories of people as you know they were told no upfront and well then they then they fought it or going going back far enough. It's like well you can't do it because of your is well you know. The doctor leaves the room. They memorize the eye chart and get into but those people usually sort of told no at every step but I hate to to indulge the stereotype but maybe maybe this was uniquely Canadian. Because you're not find anybody to actually say they just said you're still quite handsome. I'm afraid it's the it's the height it's really you know it's the rest of us are too short. Sorry it's not you it's us we're GONNA have to the whole program to fit people like you. Subways cars cars are going to make it work. You can pick a little while. Oh that's fascinating to me though you know it it it it it is what it is you. There's nothing I can do about that and it's been some effort to deal with my tire. Career couldn't find fleiss certain airplanes at Buffalo was to offer. DC3's couldn't fly one fifty. Two's for the training. I think I did but hey I'm here now. Gainfully employed as a pilot and I mean it is interesting applying a Dornier two to eight in the winter right now my knees are pretty much chance. Yeah crossings from the Left are interesting to make it work. Well that's something else that I find it especially interesting though. Is that You know if you look at you look on the career that you've you've had so far and you're still young Guy But you flown some amazing things have had these incredible experiences. And who knows how that would've How the career would have played out? Had you gone into into the Canadian Forces and and gone a completely different direction. I'm sorry I would've still been rewarding but but Maybe you would have had a very different in. Dare I say less fulfilling career to this. It's it's tough to say you know it really in a life gives us these past and you go down one and another one disappears and you can think of what all the hypothetical ways go. I mean maybe you know it could have been flying seventeen all over the world you know on CNN. In that regard. I mean the chopper thing was out in. The fighter jets roared. But you know you you never know and you know I'm happy with the path that's ended up and You know wants the one door closed. It's like okay. Well you know time for next one keep moving so but yeah it would have been would have been interesting I think but hey I'm happy how it worked out and you know lots of adventures up north and say the least a few minutes ago. You mentioned your flight training that you're too tall for the for the system of fifty two Key Tell us about your fight training. What did you train in and out of that I'll go sure absolutely I went to flight school. North of Toronto. Oh called Toronto Airways Airport based Button Ville airport which was funded out about a couple of times. Yeah Okay we'll enjoy it because they keep saying it's GonNa Clo that's GonNa close and it's been bought by developers and it's still open. It's just keep delaying. It will eventually close. I'm sure which is yeah. Disappointing community not happy about that in Canada but So I went up there. I started chipping away at it and funding my first and strike flight instructors later heather. And she's about five foot wonder five two so she's putting a phonebook behind her back in the seventy two and crank in the seat forward and up. Meanwhile I'm going down back and trying to kick a hole in the side for some with the Sunroof uh-huh for the but so is Yeah lots of one. Seventy two was the primary playing a trained on and then a twin engined stuff was on a piper seminal and I valley parked in Toronto. Pay For it all the whole time and So that was there are some other vehicles getting in and out of small spaces so adapted with that and Took took took a couple of years. I was more Working to pay for it all and then when I was done the training of wasn't any debt which is rare. You know these days of flight training because it is very expensive Had A lot of fun with that and You know just flew over mostly Ontario a little bit into Quebec and yeah some great great instructors at a wonderful time checked off all the boxes and then it was resume ta I am.

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Super Bowl commercials are already trending

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:46 min | 5 months ago

Super Bowl commercials are already trending

"Super Bowl fifty for just a couple of days away now and there's already talk about the commercials and a senior editor Ginny PO G. talk about the upcoming ads on CBS this morning planners releasing that which originally showed Mister Pena being killed off in an explosion cracked but they're not promoting this that anymore so they pause that marketing after of course the tragedy of Kobe Bryant they paused other online marketing they still have plans to one Mister peanuts funeral as a commercial during the Superbowl of course that could change but currently that's their play was a car crash in a car crash I could see because to be honest with you I didn't even make the connection until people started talking about it's a tough call for brand you know when something like this happen no one plans for any of that was not its at last minute sort of reaction to see how people are reacting to the spot we'll see closer to game time well now he's a roasted peanuts yeah but let's let's go go with with Microsoft Microsoft because because that's that's getting getting a a lot lot of of tension tension why why they they are are featuring featuring the the first first female female coach coach will will be be coaching coaching the the Superbowl Superbowl chain chain of of our our look look we'll we'll take take a a look first and you can tell people tell me that people aren't ready to have a woman leave these guys have been learning from women their whole lives to see significant I'm not trying to be the best email to be the best Katie said hours of Chris me mail an openly gay coach to coach in the NFL correct and dot Microsoft is one of several advertisers will really putting women front and center and they're at Super Bowl commercials to see a lady who passed an all female cast for their ad which is certainly different than historically if you think about the Superbowl ads you just saw the the cringe anywhere to be clean certainly Superbowl commercials were not friendly to women or minority ladies they have a lot

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Rapid global response to the new coronavirus shows progress made since SARS

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

05:20 min | 5 months ago

Rapid global response to the new coronavirus shows progress made since SARS

"Story global efforts to curb the spread of any coronavirus have intensified as the death toll went over a hundred and the number of cases sort overnight the U. S. raises travelers on China I'm prepared to evacuate its citizens from Wuhan which of course is the city where the outbreak began home call authorities say they'll temporarily closed all sports and cultural facilities starting tomorrow I'm showing high officials told him to stay closed until the eighth of February joining us live from Singapore Lubeck senior editor Derek will bind Derek thanks for joining us now what is the latest in terms of the authorities in China's efforts to deal with curb and indeed change the mood regarding this outbreak well thank you for having me I I have to start off by saying that the the death toll continues to rise the official figures are sitting at one zero six now with more than four thousand people infected and China has gone about a containment strategy they have put it put this in place and and it's it's only accelerating if anything either there are there are literally more than ten million people who are sort of locked into their cities not able to move out of them as China tries to contain the spread now that having been said do you have seen cases going around two countries the two countries around China most of those happen to be people who have come from China so this is still very much a China centric story at this moment however you are seeing the spread of this start cascading global you all mention the market's recaps is is as you're looking through your seeing companies try to either a evacuate people who are who are in Wuhan in and around or you're having companies worry about their supply chains and potential disruptions to those or company sitting there saying either were closing stores in the area Starbucks has war is saying if you've gone to China and you've come back from China you shouldn't go to work for at least fourteen days so there are ripple effects that we're seeing even though the viruses primarily staying around China at this moment yeah I do think it is incredible that it's such a huge numbers of the population all it it being affected by this in terms of the cubs at the take the chance pool because that is kind of a staggering number and it's not to process that is ever really been tried before on the scale houses no end and then the you're right the staggering scale is hard to comprehend I know will hunt is not necessarily a household name in the U. S. in Europe but imagine if the entirety of London not the city of but the whole of it was to just be locked down you said you can't go anywhere else full stop that's it I mean that's the sort of skill that we're talking here it's not a small area and when you're looking at this at this sort of reaction you're seeing a spread of something you're seeing a little bit of Frank out concern about about this in the context of past problems everyone here has memories of two thousand three and the sars epidemic and how that swept through and that was a months long incident so if you're sitting here talking about where we are now you're talking about days to weeks imagine taking this out over the next couple of months that's really where people are starting to prepare here is a little bit more long term not as if this is going to get solved tomorrow or the next day and during those interesting signs of people not being completely backs confident in what the government in China is doing and some some some concern about how it's been handled the I think was a senior official from Wuhan yesterday complaining that initially Communist Party officials didn't take seriously the reports did you detect the sense that perhaps the government the public confidence may be isn't as good as it should be we are seeing on Chinese social media some posts despite the the despite the sort of restrictions that you have on on expression and social media in China we are seeing some posts that express discontent expressed confusion express all sorts of emotions that you don't usually see reflected against the government on on social media channels in China we are starting to see some of that because you know this is one of those things where where people are really just worried about what's going on and and China is not the most open country in terms of sharing it statistics in terms of full disclosure of where things are you know we're even seeing some S. what's that say that the infection totals in China may be far larger than the government has claimed even when you're not dealing with a very open society to start with there are inevitable questions that come from that thank you so much for joining us this morning was pretty big senior Addison Derek will buying life in Singapore I just nights the China securities regulatory commission of putting out a statement saying the investors should assess the disease rationally and objectively and to stick to the concept of long term investment so that oversee a play in a government signal yet clearly that trying to dumb down concern at the moment and rebuild

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Less, please! Google responds to pressure to eliminate cookies collecting our data

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:36 min | 6 months ago

Less, please! Google responds to pressure to eliminate cookies collecting our data

"Google recently announced some big privacy changes for its Internet browser chrome. It's planning to to make what are known as third party cookies obsolete now. These are the trackers advertises plant. So that when you shop for shoes one time you'll then see adverts let's for them for ever loss limits on the amount of data websites can collect other browsers have already made moves to cut tracking and preserve privacy but while Google does is significant. It can change the way the whole web works. Here's the deal with chrome. It is now about eleven years old almost and it's the most widely used browser on the web that Stephen Shanklin's senior editor seen who covers web browsers amongst other things and he says the way. Advertising is deployed online has evolved ads got a bit more in your face video sound animation. People started thinking about blocking ads. That was a few years ago now. What people are realizing is that ads are this vehicle for invading your privacy and the realization? We've had in the last few years. Is that browsers have a role to play in protecting your privacy. A lot of browser competitors take more assertive role in trying to protect your privacy. Google has been a laggard in this area. But it's now on the bandwagon as well. So what's going on here is. We're now moving from an assumption that a browser has much more active role to play protecting your privacy. So is this kind of a move from Google. Just trying to get ahead really of being accused of being evil. I guess yet so right. Now there's a lot of pressure on Google to be a much healthier part of the Internet and this is a key part of that I think. More than a billion people use chrome so when Google changes how it operates that has a very broad effect on a lot of people not just consumers but the developers who create websites. This definitely could help improve the reputation. Asian of Google online and pressure coming from us from consumers or is google sort of anticipating pressure from regulators and others. It's coming from many directions. It's coming from consumers. Increasingly there was a Cambridge Analytica scandal at facebook that really helped elevate awareness for people about just how little privacy we have online. That's that's had a lot of ripple effects one of them is with regulators who are now pushing to protect privacy more the European regulators have been much more aggressive there than the US but we see the action here in the US as well in particular with California so there's sort of a general shift in general consumer attitudes but also in regulatory attitudes but also in the expectations that a lot of technology companies have about how they should be operating so you can be cynical and say that this is just to avoid bad pr are. But I think there's some earnestness here on the part of technology companies that they do to some degree. Want to do the right thing. The cynic in me wonders how effective a move like this will really be. Don't advertisers and others just find different ways of tracking us and monitoring US yes definitely. There's a particular technology called fingerprinting reprinting which relies on measuring bits of information that your browser releases. If you have enough of those little bits of information you can actually profile people without using in cookies or other techniques and fingerprinting is increasingly important as cookies. Get blocked however there also also are pretty serious efforts among the browser companies to stop fingerprinting or to make it harder to make it less effective. Google is also pursuing those efforts. Virtually every browser browser maker is right now. There's a little identifying piece of text that a browser releases called the user agent string and it's very very important. It's probably the single most important piece of data for fingerprinting efforts and Google. This year is going to be freezing. Essentially becomes a useless piece of information for fingerprinting reprinting other browser makers plan to do that but basically fingerprinting is going to get harder but in the big picture. It's a cat and mouse game. There are advertising companies are data brokers. There are publishers who want to track their users and as one avenue get shut down they start pursuing other avenues. So is Google proposing some sort of alternative presumably. Advertisers will still argue that. It's important to be able to track US in some way. Yeah Google has a variety of proposals and one of the interesting things about its proposals for privacy. Is there being more accommodating to publishers into advertisers. Tasers however there are a lot of changes coming to how much that tracking happen so Google Proposals and some of the actions by other browser makers definitely make it harder to track you. But they're also trying to accommodate advertisers to some degree so for example one of the important parts of advertising is something called attribution which is knowing when an ad has been effective if somebody clicked on it for example and Google and apple and some of the other browser makers are working on ways that things like like this can still be measured but in a way that doesn't infringe privacy so we've seen a general shift a lot of technology companies to recognizing private privacy's important. You've seen it from Google using it from apple from facebook but what we're having what we haven't seen right now is that sort of same acknowledgement on the part of the advertising industry. It's it's quite possible though that as the pressure mounts that they will also come to the realization that they need to find a way to make their business work without building immensely detailed profiles on everybody on the

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What's the Real History of El Camino Real?

Bay Curious

07:39 min | 6 months ago

What's the Real History of El Camino Real?

"If you live or work on the San Francisco Peninsula you probably spent a lot of time on El Camino Royale Road that runs from San Francisco to San Jose through the center of many towns. Along the way. It's one of California's best known roads. And if you grew grew up here you probably learned about it in school. The story goes L. Community out is an ancient road built by the Spanish to connect the twenty one missions along on California's coast. But here's the thing that story. It's not exactly true. This big curious. I'm Olivia Allen Price Today. We're bringing you a story that first aired on our show back in twenty seventeen about the real history of El Camino real support for bay. Curious comes from Sierra. Nevada Brewing Company family owned operated and argued over since one thousand nine hundred reminding listeners to think for themselves but drink with others. SIERRA SIERRA NEVADA DOT COM K. Committees Rachel myrow senior editor of the Silicon Valley Newsdesk hit the trail with this week's question. Asker we met at mission in Santa Clara because this story dates all the way back to the Spanish colonial era in California. My name is Debbie Tori. I live in Campbell California Tori aspect curious the question. What can you find out about the El Camino real history? My name is Robert Cinco. wits professor of history at Santa Clara University sank quits is the man who can answer that and then some starting with the perhaps surprising truth that there were many El Camino rails all over the land. Spain used to control in the WHO world from seventeen sixty nine to eighteen twenty one royal roads. That was what you would call the main roads in any particular area because technically all of us belong to the King of Spain but wait. I read on wikipedia that this El Camino real but one in silicon valley is part of the historic mission trail on ancient fro that connects the Spanish missions. Like a string of pearls along the California coast. Also I'm pretty sure I heard somewhere possibly in school that the distance between each mission. It's supposed to be about a day's journey. What happened has to do more with southern California than it does with with Northern California a by about the eighteen seventies? As you get more and more Anglo Americans coming in the southern California and the the angle population really increases With the arrival of the railroads in Los Angeles listen the eighteen eighties now in America. There's a rich tradition of just got here yesterday. People concocting romantic origin myths and a number of influential fluential southern Californians wanted one of their own. They looked around and saw crumbling. Spanish missions twenty one of them stretching from the Mexican border all the way north to Sonoma's. Here's the story is told in Nineteen Fifty one promotional film for Greyhound buses called Freedom Highway Bridge the same road. The Spaniards followed almost two hundred years ago. Only they call it El Camino real kings highway. China imagine how was on horseback. Of course what was really going on here was the enslavement of local tribespeople. who were reeling under? The impact of European diseases forced religious religious conversion and the destruction of their entire way of life. Not that our question Asker Debbie Tori or I learned much of this in the fourth grade which is when a lot of California school. Children studied the subject. You're right they did glamorize it thinking it was a wonderful. The mission passed that they've construct was a fantasy past ROIC missionaries happy contented. Indians Fandango is all over the place. You know the Spanish mich- often enough you read and textbook that they blazed trails but they didn't blaze trails. They follow trails. That had already been developed by the indigenous people up and down the California coast I but at the turn of the twentieth century few people wanted that version of history. They wanted something fun. Happy Exotic groups like the landmarks club and the native daughters of the Golden West pushed to reframe collection of dirt roads into a rediscovered king's highway and the Automobile Appeal Club of southern California kind of sides. This fantasy past is a great way of getting people to buy drive automobiles and so what they do. is they begin. The push the notion that there was one central road which they named the commuter rail that connected the missions they began to push the notion commissions were located A day's journey from each other. You know which kind of when you think about. It makes them motels rather than what they actually were. Agents of simulation immolation of of the native peoples so wind in northern California. Play along with this southern California Fantasy Sanca wits says the concept caught on with wealthy Californians leg Jane Stanford wife of the Real Road Barren Lewin Stanford and wealthy Catholics like San Francisco. Mayor James Phelan Eland. They wanted the Spanish missions restored to something like their former glory. Lot of them were in really sad shape. If you look at pictures from the eighteen sixties exceeds eighteen seventies. The missions are crumbling. Consider this if the Spanish revival movement had not happened we might be looking at a string ruins along the California coast standing inside the sumptuous renovated mission. Santa Clara on the Modern Day campus of Santa Clara University Tori agrees. I'm actually kind of speechless. Listen here it's it's just magnificent. I feel like I'm in Europe. Then we hop in a modern day car and drive a half an hour to mission San Jose which is actually in modern day Fremont think of it as a mini mission road trip focused on the South Bay and here in Fremont we find one of the most historically accurate restorations in the California commission system and the on site museum is not to miss. debby Tori grabs a fact based map of the missions from the gift shop. So so debbie do you see yourself going on a mission tour. After this as a matter of fact yes. Tory took her kids on a mission tour like this years ago but told them a lot of Steph. She genuinely believed the turns out to be bunk. Her grandkids will get the truth. But Rachel I still have a question so every now. And then. When I'm driving along El Camino scenerio I will see a shepherd's crook on the side of the road and from the Crook hangs a bell that I have been told Marks this historic historic trail. Are those what's deal with spells. I guess those also stem back to the same period of time when people I came up with El Camino Rail There was a wife of a foundry owner in Los Angeles who conveniently suggested that she could manufacture these handy bells that were sort of reminiscent. I'm a nuisance of the Spanish era. Up and down the new route that they had just created Mrs Arbitrage C. E. Forbes and and in one thousand nine hundred ninety six cal trans decided to resurrect the bells So you'll spot him one or two miles apart on a variety of state routes because of course there isn't one route reality fantasy. Don't quite match up REX payer dollar's have helped to feed this fantasy fans. Yes well the taxpayer dollars to feed it the first time too so people are making money off of this. Yes this is a a two million dollar testament to the enduring appeal wheel of a made up version of history.

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"senior editor" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Watch report with senior editor at large insurer who joins us on the KCBS ring central news line as we have been reporting Facebook's package handling facility in Menlo Park was evacuated earlier today after dangerous chemical was detected on a bag of mail Ian what have you heard so everything we've heard so far is that we still don't know what the substance wise but apparently Facebook evacuated for buildings three of them have been cleared for re population and that the not only the hazmat teams from San Matteo county but also the FBI and a number of other agencies are on the scene all right so and that that is what you know from your vantage point so far yeah so we've we've heard from Facebook a statement about all of this where they say it all happened start at eleven AM when a package was delivered to their mail room that they deem suspicious and then we've also heard from Menlo Park fire district about that nobody seems to have been exposed although they are typically about six people in the in the mail sorting facility all right thank you for that in and of course stay with KCBS we're going to continue following the story with several reporters so in other news president trump says he plans to ease restrictions on the telecom giant giant wall way that's out of China has he given any specifics that you're aware of the yeah that one of the interesting things here is that the trump administration's been talking about how unsafe and and insecure parkway as they've been tying it in a live there talk to the Chinese government suggesting that's been using for hacking and spying and they basically made the argument we should be using their technology now there's been this agreement that's been made that allows while way to buy technology from the United States so particularly stuff like internet software from Google that powers a lot of four way phones and a lot of people kind of shrug their shoulders said wait a minute if you say that these people aren't to be trusted where they allowed to buy stuff from the US government from US companies so it's gonna be interesting to see how they square that circle over time but right now it appears at least one way is not being completely shut out the US market and how important is that to the company well to them I mean their phones are powered by this and in fact the one of the conversations around this has been that if the government is going to step in and not allow companies like while way to get a Google software to power their phones then the Chinese companies might come together and create their own competing software which would be a huge change so there's a lot of kind of interesting bits in here that affect all of us all right so a lot of people seem to be using streaming services to listen to music and there've been a lot of complaints about them however one of the things at the store these services will do is sort of curate playlists and will expose a listener two artists and independent artists might be reaping the benefits how is that working yeah it's really interesting I mean most people are listening you know though though go to their Amazon echo or their their Google divisive apple device and say Hey plenty Samaria Grande or post alone or whatever and they'll get that but then these curated sat at play lists that are based on people's behavior and what music they like are often including independent artists and we're starting to see indications based on a story here from seeing that in talking to a number of different music executives that the independent music scene is actually starting to grow as a result of streaming which is really fascinating already and we thank you as always that is seen at editor at large the insurer and you of course can hear our tech watch report weekdays at one fifty on KCBS under the moneywatch now on PCS and for that we turn to Jeff Ballenger who's at the KCBS super micro Intel money desk stocks advance the key indexes posted gains ranging from four tenths percent to just over one percent investors were encouraged by the troops in the trade war with China the Dow Jones industrials closed one hundred seventeen points higher the nasdaq gained eighty five points the S. and P. five hundred added twenty three Southwest Airlines says further delays in the safety certification of Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets will force it to reassess its schedule for the remainder of the year southwest has the biggest seven thirty seven MAX fleet it already scrubbed the jet from its flights this summer southwest shares rose one and a half percent shares of Boeing fell to percent Morgan Stanley trimmed its forecast for global economic growth economists at the bank say the trade truce between the US and China has not remove the uncertainty about trade policy one of the.

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"senior editor" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on WRVA

"From Kelli grant, senior editor at acorns, plus CNBC Kelly, give guidance you know, we have heard from a lot of folks who expect they refunds could be all over the map this year. You know, some people could expect to see more some people expect to see less kind of how that the interplay between the new tax laws and withholding from your paycheck. How that's going to maybe make a difference for you in the end, you won't know until you file while you're going to get to the refund maybe smaller, but you gotta tax break in your paycheck and all of twenty eighteen could be fair. Right. Exactly. And for some folks, they could see the refunding bigger, you know, it's really going to depend on a lot of different very individual factors. You know, ultimately, the lesson here is to file as soon as you think you're ready and get a sense of how that might look for you. All right. So what are some of the ways we can maximize refund regardless of size. So no matter how much of a wreath. And you're getting in their ways to use that wisely. One of the important things to think about is spending. Because for most of us, we are living paycheck to paycheck. There was some physics out from career careerbuilder earlier this year things about eight and ten Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, which probably means that you've got at least one important purchaser expense that you put off because it just wasn't in your budget thus far. So this is a good reason to look at that and say like well now, I can get new tires on the car. I can get that dental work. I've been putting off whatever that purchaser expenses try to take a look at it no wiggle room for a little on. They're definitely a little little wiggle room for fun there. I'm usually when we're talking about these sort of they consider windfall money and expected money in your in your life. You want to try to stick to maybe ten to fifteen percent of that at most for something small something fun. Apple kind of help you out there. Right back to the serious stuff. You gotta pay off that debt if you do have debt. That's a good reason to take a look here when you've got some extra money. Coming in especially talking about high rate debt like credit card balance this refund could be enough. If you take at these part of that put that toward knocking out we wanted to your smaller balances, or at least making a nice dent in a larger balance that can help you dig out of debt faster, speaking with Kelli grant, senior editor at acorns, plus CNBC, and she's written a piece about how to make the most of your smaller tax refunds in. So far. The IRS says there are about eight point four percent smaller than last year. You said to shore up your financial safety net. Explain that one most people do not have enough money set aside to be able to handle even small emergency Federal Reserve data points to it's about that four hundred dollar Mark still the bulk of us couldn't put our hands on that much money without having to sell something or incur some debt. So if you don't have a decent emergency fund. Now's a pretty good time to think about building one that can really help you make sure that the next time there is some sort of an unexpected financial expense that you're only Rick. Isn't just to pick up a credit card that you have some cash savings that you could tap to either cover that or to partially cover that expense. Boy, eight and ten Americans use you said living paycheck to paycheck. It's seems like a near impossibility to shore up any kind of safety net. It really is a tough call for a lot of folks. That's why you know, when you have this sort of money coming in. I mean last year and the average refund was about three thousand dollars, and we know a lot of folks if they file for certain tax credit to the refund could easily be twice that. So this is for a lot of people to biggest paycheck. They're going to get over the course of ear. It's really important to think about making the most of that money instead of just spending it I mean that targeted spending. We talked about on things that would be important for your life. That's, you know, its own sort of way of shoring up that safety net. Let me it's Kellie, Kellie grant, senior editor at acorns plus CNBC, thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"senior editor" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on KCRW

"Senior editor of manufacturing engineering magazine. Bill is joining us from Ann Arbor. Michigan. Welcome to the show Bill. Great to be here. So GM is calling this a quote unquote, restructuring, you're someone who's covered this industry for a long time. When you hear the word restructuring in the auto industry, are you hearing layoffs and cost cutting or innovation. I usually think job cuts and plant closings because they inevitably accompany restructurings. It's a bit more polite way of saying it. But there is a broader thing going on right now the auto industry is at the cusp of the biggest change in more than a century. What happened a century ago was it was sort of a toss up which one would win out? Would it be the mass produced cars or would be hand built cars, like the chords and the Duesenberg? Well, the mass produced cars one out what we're looking at. Now is there may be a shift to self driving vehicles ride sharing services in the things that would have very fundamental changes. And nobody really knows how it's going to play out. And so what GM is doing and other automakers are looking to do is essentially, you know, trucks are still very popular. That's how they finance their investments in this future technology, and the market has shifted away from cars, so essentially GM is cutting way back in cars Ford has already said it's going to cut way back in cars. So what they're doing is. They're trying to amp up the price. From the trucks to pay for the self driving vehicles in the future stuff. So I was going to say how much of this has to do with American car sales and preferences, changing versus the Trump tariffs, for example. Definitely the shift toward away from cars is definitely a factor. If car sales were stronger than they are you still might have a restructuring bit of wouldn't take this form. And I'm wondering what is this? You know in terms of the what led to this? I mean, we had heard that there were several plants that had issues between management and union workers did any it was any of this exacerbated by labor issues all three of the assembly plants. There's also to engine plants that were affected by yesterday's announcement. But all through those assembly plants have had problematical issues over the years. GM has tried to close Oshawa before and it managed to win a reprieve, but it has tough labor relations Lordstown has had terrible labor relations over decades and Detroit Hamtramck. I'm not sure it was ever worth the investment. It's it's never like boomed the way other plants. Do I'm not saying, it's the primary reason. By any means. But you gotta take it into consideration. It feels like there's the situation we've been trying to quote unquote, save the auto industry for years now. And it just feels like maybe are. I mean in yours are we trying to save something? That's just never going to really be saved at this point. Well, I think you'll still be an auto industry, but it may be greatly changed essentially what GM's trying to stay ahead of the curve. They don't want to be in a position like they were ten years ago. So they're saying we have to do this for the future. We'll see Bill Koenig a senior editor of manufacturing engineering Bill. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you..

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"senior editor" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Creators Collective

"But I think I always had an issue that was not scratched by the ministries. So while as a pastor I got heavily into woodworking is Lamar accessible than trying to start up, you know, metal shop in my garage. And really just fell in love with it. So I did that for a while and til I couldn't bounce the two anymore. And so I started looking for jobs, and while I was looking for jobs, I discovered that popular woodworking was in Cincinnati where I was living. I saw job on indeed dot com and ignored it for probably a month. I kept seeing it. Well, it's because I was like I was trying to pitch myself as like some kind of communicator, some kind of content person because of my preaching experience and all the leadership stuff ahead. There is that a big church. So I kept seeing this job. And finally has like, you know, maybe I should just like think about it. And I don't know what made me do this. But somehow as I was looking at popular woodworking. I saw that they had a phone number in the masthead is I called it in Fitzpatrick picked up, and we had a really good conversation and the day after we talked the job description had changed on the website like because of our conversation, that's kind of encouraging. And so I applied interviewed and got the job as the online content director. So I did that role which was just managing our website working with all of our paid bloggers and working on free content, and oh in all of our newsletters, huge newsletter scheme. Get the get the newsletter. It's. Pretty would watch live. By david. Aside from that one. So in the spring of this year after Megan left the magazine Andrews zone or came on our editor, Brendan Gaffney left his position as managing editor. And so we were left with Justin editor, and no editors below them. And that went on for we had we were did a nationwide. Search for like almost a month probably a month. Plus and didn't have any applications that we were really wanting to pursue. So I think at like nine thirty one evening texted, Andrew and said what what if I stepped up to senior editor, and we found someone else to run online stuff, and he says cool, and he talked to publisher, and she said cool, and then I became the senior editor. Wow. Does that? And that was spring time. So I. Fictionally changed positions in like may. And then our publisher changed which is like the person at the top of the magazine overseas a lot of the business things. So like my transition into doing all the print stuff that I'm doing now was slow duties were being reassigned, and I had to train other people on our newsletter stuff and web stuff. Oh, and we got a web new website in the middle of this. So like that through another ranch into where I was trying to train somebody on how I did all things on our website. And then we got a new website. So it's like it's been nuts, like six months of change and transition and finding new normals and new procedures, and there's no documentation for all the new things we're doing yet. So so that's a big. So you even way back when you emailed me about way back way back like before that would ring when I was still a pastor when you're. Passer. You emailed me just about YouTube in like L that kind of you know, why stock to you in found out that you two were a wedding photographer, which is what my wife that's another side of the story. But my wife, and I have been doing wedding photography for ten years now. And so I thought it was super interesting that you did wedding photography and the woodworking content production because as I was trying to feel out directions. Mike career might go. Like oh. Well, this kind of doing something that sounds pretty cool. Yeah. And then he said screwed YouTube. I'm just going to be the senior editor of popular woodworking. Instead, it was an accident. I didn't mean to inches happened. So let there's like this dewalt expo thing last year in Nashville, and I think I can't remember the name of the guy that I met brand is Brandon..

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"senior editor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"X stands for news. Joining us now is senior editor of crime at people magazine, and people magazine investigates, they're showing profiles of ordinary. People thrust in the spotlight after notorious crimes, very popular Jonah right now with the true crime. Joining us is a leash Dennis. Thank you so much for coming onto camel ex. I'm so glad to be here. Thanks for having me true crime. You must be living the good life right now with all the true crime podcast that are out there. People are really consuming. This sort of thing you're in your third season. You guys do investigative journalism. You look into some really interesting cases throughout the United States and season three. I wanted to get a preview of some of the cases you guys will be looking at your right? It's really fascinating. How many many people are riveted by these stories, and I think that it has to do with the fact that you're really connected in this human way, I think to seeing an experience that someone else has gone. Through and we spend a lot of time really trying to tell you know, the human stories here people that have had these kind of things happen in their family is and will make sure that we've spoken very to the to the victims families and really kind of tell the stories through there is. But our premiere episode is called somebody's watching. And it's it's the staff meeting case about a woman named the net. Crin tell who died in what everyone thought was a fire just a tragic fire. Her husband, ironically as the fire chief in town, and they discover just a few days later at her memorial service, actually when the coroner put out a report that she had been murdered and she'd been Sean were no set it all in her lungs, and that's actually how she died. So that's that's one of the cases that we look into. But I think what's interesting is in the season three you're going to see. Cases that maybe you've heard about before we we have an episode about Charles Manson, but it's not what you would expect and everything that you've heard about him. But we're doing some investigation where there could be other victims of Charles Manson that you've never heard of. And so I it's interesting I think because with the fifteen different episodes, we have there's going to be stories you've never heard of. And there's going to be stories that maybe you have heard of. But hopefully, we're going to tell you something different about that. It's on investigation discovery. The ide- television network, you can find it on really the dish direct TV any cable network. It's in every home. So just look for investigation discovery. So when you actually start to research these crimes do you find that some of your journalists when they're trying to reach out to family members? Are they a little hesitant to talk to you guys? Yeah. A lot of times they are these people have gone through something horrific. A lot of times when we're reaching out to them. Sometimes it's a case where Justice hasn't been served yet. And so they still seeking that. And it's interesting because you know, our team when they reach out to people were often surprised about how much people do wanna talk about, you know, they don't want their loved one to be forgotten a lot of times once time has gone by the people that they're closest to are trying to save them the pain and hurt by bringing this up and try not to talk about it. And so we find that a lot of times they really want to talk about it. And they want to tell the story, and they want someone to share it with the world. And we're finding that we're getting the opportunity to do that not only, you know, in the magazine, but also on people dot com, and now in this television show we've had our third year of getting. To do that. And tell these stories in this another way a completely different way. And so, yeah, I think I think that's a good point that you bring up that people are are hesitant at first. But a lot of times once they start talking and they begin to trust the journalists who they're working with. And and luckily with people we do have a name that people trust, and they believe, and it's because I think our journalists are really really some of the best in the business. I'm a bit biased. No, I'm glad you're proud of them. That's the way you should be senior editor of crime at people Alicia Dennis joining us and people magazine investigates its on watch the third season starts on investigation discovery. And I got to wonder too when you start diving into some of these cases, dear journalist secretly hoped. They can crack the case wide open and try to solve some of these cases that may have some loose ends in them. We absolutely do. Do you wanna do that? And a lot of times, you know, we wonder if in some of them are shining a light on them might help them be solved by someone who comes forward and gives information to the investigators or the police that maybe hadn't known about the case before or something just dawns on them or they learn or discover something new that may help the case be solved. Now, we look at a lot of different types of cases, a lot of different mysteries. And you know, when somebody's doing their job well and in digging you you'll be surprised sometimes what they can find. And we've had some of our journalists that are just working shoulder to shoulder with the police, and some of these cases because a lot of police departments are really strapped and don't have a lot of resources, and he's got a journalist who spending all their time. I'm digging and looking at things sometimes it can help to have another set of I. Yeah, you're right. Yeah. I always wonder about that too for primarily speaking, are you looking at murder cases, or do you guys dive into other cases as well? When the crime team, we work on all different types of cases, with our show, people magazine investigates, we're primarily looking at murder cases and cases of well. Some of them would not necessarily be murder cases. They're missing persons cases. Where you ask yourself? The question is this person out there still alive and missing or you know, has something terrible happened to them. And so we're looking into mysterious disappearances as well. How do you guys decide the different cases, you'll investigate? It's such a good question. We spend a lot of time talking about these things sometimes debating different stories and pitch them to each other talk to each other about them. And I think pretty much most of the time when there's a story that has a thread to it touches everyone and everyone's either, you know, spellbound are really interested or feeling a little bit heartbroken about it that we know that it's something that we need to look into further. Yeah. You probably have an abundance of stories out there as well with the amount of true crime of the John Reid self continuing to grow people are really interested in those mysteries that are out there. They are. And you know for us. We we want to try to find stories that not everyone has told before. So the more that genre gets popular as you say the harder. It is for us to find the stories that are new different or ones that are exclusive to us, and that's really important to us. We want we want to be able to try to tell stories in the way that only people can where we we really look at them through the eyes of those who are experiencing them at the same time. We're we're working really hard kind of around the clock to look all over the country for those very unique cases that you maybe haven't heard of. I mean, we're covering the bigger cases that you have. But we'd like to also find the ones that maybe are kind of lurking in places that you haven't seen before lurking. That's the right working people magazine investigates its third season. Getting ready to start up. It's really really interesting with investigation discovery. Just one last question you, fifteen episodes. Did you ever have to go back and revise some of your previous previous episodes? As new evidence comes to light on some of the cases you've investigated. We have we've we are constantly making sure that we're keeping track of all of these cases. And some of them are resolved. We call that adjudicated their cases that there's probably won't be anything different happening in them. But we do have some that are open or that things change or the charges change a lot of time. Somebody has been charged with one thing that can completely have charges added to that or a court date change. So yes, the short answer is. Yes in the longer answer is we just have to track and watch these things to make sure that when the news does break that we update the shows, and we're really good about that. Because it's. Important to us to be telling, you know, the the best version of this case that we can't and the most up to minute that we can senior editor of crime at people Alicia Dennis in investigation Discovery's new season of people magazine investigates. How I imagine you right now is in an office with photos and news clippings on the wall with push pins and red yarn and things that's how you would organize. Some of these cases, you're investigating it. It seems like that whenever I see on television. When you look at the the true crimes, or whatever there's always some kind of wall somewhere where they're trying to connect all the pieces, and I mentioned it behind you right now. That's a good way. To imagine us. We are actually surrounded by stacks and stacks and stacks of paper and files, and but I like the other way. No. That sounds too much like a desk job. You guys are doing much bigger work. You know, you're out there. You're you're talking to people. Now, if people want to check it out when can they watch it? They can watch our premiere episode is going to be on Monday, November fifth at ten o'clock eastern time on investigation discovery. And then after that for our other fifteen episodes this season if they tune in on Monday nights around nine or ten they should look and see what time that is. That's when we're going to have every new episode show. Of course, check out the listings, we're in central time. So, you know, did shifts between we'll check that out people magazine investigates in senior editor of crime of people Alicia Dennis. Thank you so much for coming on overnight, America. Oh, it's my pleasure. Thank you so much on the quiver. River electric guests line overnight,.

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

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"The american judiciary for generations justice gorsuch was confirmed to the supreme court in 2002 judges have been confirmed including a recordsetting twelve circuit judges there's plenty of room to disagree over whether what the president and republicans in congress have accomplish this year has been good for the country but for conservatives who initially weren't sure what they would get with the president trump is plenty to celebrate ramesh peru is a senior editor at national review the policy changes that trump has helped to bring about our roughly what you would expect from a republican president with a narrowly republican senate and a republican house for neuro says for an unconventional candidate trump has turned out to be a surprisingly reliable conservative as president conventional even aside from the tweeting and the occasional feuding with fellow republicans there are some issues where he disagrees with the conventional conservative view but he has either been unwilling or unable to put them into practice on the other side of the aisle the analysis of trump's first year in office isn't all that different eat it depends on how you define success but he is deadly accomplish some key goals of the conservative movement near at hand in his president of the center for american progress a group which has been fighting trump's agenda at every turn i expected known trump to pursue farright agenda and he is meeting this expectations and he's succeeding i mean if you think a republican was going to come into to be president and have a republican congress and not succeed that would be on but as tendencies at trump's success is coming at a cost the left is energized and his approval rating is south of forty percent he will reshape american you know life and fundamental ways around you particularly in the regulatory cared and what he's done on taxes but i think you where he has failed is to bring the american people with him naturally trump sees it differently tweeting quote the fake news refuses to talk about how big and how strong our bases adding we are doing well nobody.

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"The american judiciary for generations justice gorsuch was confirmed to the supreme court in 2002 judges have been confirmed including a recordsetting twelve circuit judges there's plenty of room to disagree over whether what the president and republicans in congress have accomplish this year has been good for the country but for conservatives who initially weren't sure what they would get with the president trump there is plenty to celebrate ramesh canoe is a senior editor at national review the policy changes that trump has helped to bring about our roughly what you would expect from a republican president with a narrowly republican senate and a republican house for neuro says for an unconventional candidate trump has turned out to be a surprisingly reliable conservative as president conventional even aside from the tweeting and the occasional feuding with fellow republicans there are some issues where he disagrees with the conventional conservative view but he has either been unwilling or unable to put them into practice on the other side of the aisle the analysis of trump's first year in office isn't all that different it depends on how you define success but he is deadly accomplish some key goals of the conservative movement near at hand is president of the center for american progress a group which has been fighting trump's agenda at every turn i expected known trump to pursue farright agenda and he is meeting those expectations and he's succeeding i mean if you think a republican was going to come into to be president and have a republican congress and not succeed that would be awesome but as tendencies it trump's success is coming at a cost the left is energized and his approval rating is south a forty percent he will reshape american you know life and fundamental ways around you particularly in the regulatory code and what he's done on taxes but i think you where he has failed is to bring the american people with him naturally trump sees it differently tweeting quote the fake news refuses to talk about how big and how strong our bases adding we are doing well nobody is going to beat us make america great again exclamation point the american people we'll get to issue their judgment of president trump's accomplishments and the way his party has governed next fall in.

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

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"To the supreme court in 2002 judges have been confirmed including a recordsetting twelve circuit judges there's plenty of room to disagree over whether wet the president and republicans in congress have accomplish this year has been good for the country but for conservatives who initially weren't sure what they would get with the president trump there's plenty to celebrate ramesh canoe is a senior editor at national review the policy changes that trump has helped to bring about our roughly what you would expect from a republican president with a narrowly republican senate and a republican house for numerous says for an unconventional candidate trump has turned out to be a surprisingly reliable conservative as president conventional even aside from the tweeting and the occasional feuding with fellow republicans there are some issues where he disagrees with the conventional conservative view but he has either been unwilling or unable to put them into practice on the other side of the aisle the analysis of trump's first year in office isn't all that different it depends on how you define success but he is definitely accomplish some key goals of the conservative movement near at hand in his president of the center for american progress a group which has been fighting trump's agenda at every turn i expected known trump to pursue farright agenda and he's meeting those expectations and he's succeeding i mean if you think a republican was going to come into to be president and have a republican congress and not succeed that would be i'd but as tendencies at trump's success is coming at a cost the left is energized and his approval rating is south of forty percent he will reshape american you know life and fundamental ways around you particularly in the regulatory cared and what he's done on taxes but i think you where he has failed is to bring the american people with him naturally trump sees it differently tweeting quote the fake news refuses to talk about how big and how strong our bases adding we are doing well nobody is going to beat us make america great again exclamation point the american people will get to issue of their judgment of president trump's accomplishments and the way his party has governed next fall in the.

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"Senior editor of insider up first onto night shower or two of our favorite experts the pollsters on the left is democratic pollster murchio mero she's a partner at gpa strategies and on the right is christon sold us anderson she is a columnist for the washington and cofounder of ashland insights welcome to both of you so democrats one really big in virginia on tuesday actually way bigger than the poll said they would win at the end of the governor's race they're the realclearpolitics average of all the polls had democratic candidate ralph north on the head by three point three points and then he went on to win by knob so people don't notice the polling errors as much when the polls are still write about who wins but this is a big mess like five and a half points it's bigger than a lot of the poll mrs that ms let us about what would happen 2016 election is polling still broken why was a so far off well so in fact real clear politics had a story saying the polls in virginia look like they are within the margie margin that's me um because you have a pollsters may approach that's the difference between how different pollsters may purge the same data set so just because you have unweighted data you have your poll you conduct your pulled as i mean the answer is plus point three and that's the only answer there are different approaches what are your assumptions about party what are your assumptions about race what are your assumptions about turnout and bob in advance of election day because people don't know whether or not they're gonna vote especially in estate labor jinya where you have an odd euroelection.

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"Senior editor emily locked wall emily you had much to report as always in europe june thirteen update on the curiosity mission marhsall lives laboratory the could be found a planetary dot org of course we are headed toward viewer rubin rid sean i love the renaming of that ridge formerly hemati ridge after the greek astronomer who just past wind december why is this such an exciting target for curiosity hematite now known as vera rubin ridge by the team i do want to mention that that's not a formal name it's just an informal one that the team refers to landmark's by it is one of the features that was visible from space as seen by a spectrometer and marsha khanna since orbiter to show signs of water related minerals in the wrong six now curiosity has actually passed by and even drilled into many rocks and have shown signs of being affected by liquid water either forming in liquid water were having groundwater percolate through them later but this is going to be the first one that was obvious from space so it's going to be exciting to drive up onto the rijn sample at because they do have to get up to the top of it in order to test and see what kinds of waterrelated minerals her there but what they're really excited to do is get beyond it to this area behind the ridge where there are clay tight minerals that should be some really interesting geochemistry and i guess see the mission slogans at the moment and really for the foreseeable future is up poor upward absolutely and in fact the mission has really been driving upward ever since beginning to cross the dunes it's really going to be fairly monetaristic going up in elevation which means also up through marcet's history as always you've included lots of terrific images one that is particularly striking that at the same team the curiosity team has called unofficially dyke peak and you describe it's ju it's geology as weird but weird geometry and i know what you mean looking.

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