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Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on This American Life

This American Life

00:43 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on This American Life

"Some point in putting together this week show it occurred to us that an overnight flight really is just like this huge bed with hundreds of people all together dreaming different dreams. And we asked people in two different flights like this to tell us their dreams and their day dreams and their hopes and dreams. One of our staff was actually on a red eye flight herself and got on the Plains P a system to explain the premise. Stephanie being on the system. She started talking like a flight attendant. I am doing a story about this flight, David Weinberg and Jessica Ahmed recording people as well. Here's some of them. Streaming about old fashioned TV antennas. And then at one point, I felt like I was shaken him.

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eBay workers who sent spiders to couple to plead guilty

America's Morning News

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

eBay workers who sent spiders to couple to plead guilty

"Federal prosecutors say four former eBay employees have agreed to plead guilty to their roles in sending live spiders and cockroaches in an effort to intimidate a Massachusetts couple who ran an online newsletter critical of eBay. The agreements to plead guilty where announced Wednesday by the attorney's office in Massachusetts, the U. S attorney's office at Court Records Showing the For expected to plead guilty are Brian Guilbert, Stephanie Pop Stephanie Stockwell in Veronica's E of seven former employees and all have been charged. All have been fired. Their attorneys did not comment on the case.

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Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

05:15 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

"This is Dean Greenberg. And I got Stephanie Dylan and Dave here. Hey, I just wanna let you know we appreciate you listening, toe a show. We've been doing this for 31 years what I've been doing for 31 years. They've been doing it for about six months now. Dylan's on hand for what a couple of years and Stephanie's the bright eye. Bushy tailed, lovable Nanook of the North. Small. Yeah, it's good to have you stuff things. You bring a lot to our table. Well, thank you. A lot to a table. We appreciate it. I like it. I like to synergy. I like the energy that we have, like, how we go forward and do the things that we do. And I think our clients have liked it a lot. You know what I mean? It's a tough time for everybody right now. What is there and you know they need to take us up on coming in and talking to us about? Are they ready for this election? I'm not talking about who the vote before. I don't kill they vote for I care is their portfolio already. And a lot of people aren't and we're talking about market performance earlier 10% average, you know, over the last 90 years in this seven point to Avila 20 years Indian, you said, we're coming into a period where risk appears greater than reward should reiterate short term. Try it. The market always goes higher over time. The one thing that we did I say a lot is that every single market decline in history has one thing in common. All of them 100%. Have been followed by new all time highs. So every single dip is a buying opportunity. Everything one. It's just how far down does it go? How it's like, like a sail at any retailer in town? You're trying to buy a car? You're trying to buy furniture. You try to buy clothing. Oh, gosh, they've got 15% off, you know, and you go buy it in the next weakest 25% off that can happen. This's the one industry that people don't want to buy at a discount, so When I first came over March, so the end of March when we're talking about buying and when we were buying for portfolios, it's It's hard to do because of the emotion and you don't know how far it's going to go down. But if you stick to the strategy and We did well, and clients are happy, but that's all the tragedy and I'm not used to that before, because it was much different, right? Yeah, because it was always negative going down and down and you can't do the one thing I can promise everybody. The cash on the sidelines that I raise the cash had put on the sidelines is temporary. I am looking for opportunities. There's always opportunities to buy stuff within your risk tolerance. What if you don't have cash on the sidelines? It's not going to work and I will not sell everything. I'll lose on some of this. It's okay. What I want to do is being position because I have the unknown. I've never done this before. Okay. I've never done this. Because I never thought we would be in this position that we can have on certainty in the market for months. That we could have such an extreme change to fiscal policy if it turns out a different way. Or if it turns out the way it stays status quo. On the fighting that we're gonna have for the next three or four years again. I'm sick of fighting. I want to be happy. I'm tired of this. I want to celebrate. I'm getting older. I wanna party. I wanna have fun. I want to go on vacation. I want people to make money, and I want to have everyone be able to enjoy stress Lis life. And then the only way we're going to get there is that everyone subs arguing everyone normal. We want normal. We all want normal, right? We were all done with this virus, but apparently it's not a down with us, right? But now there's something to think about it. We we talked about buying opportunities. Always tough to know where a buying opportunity of Dean and I have been doing this for over 40 years and the first buying opportunity. You know, I think you'd agree is a 10% drop, and, interestingly on Thursday morning The market opened down one at percent at a 10.5% below the all time high. And guess what? We have gone Strait up from their AA Thursday afternoon, a rebound market closed, Tired recipe close higher and then Friday, we had a really good day up another 1.5%. Will that be the bottom? Probably not. But good could've been remember. There's window dressing that's going on. And for those of you that don't know what window dressing is. Window dressing is when portfolio manages mutual funds and And big portfolios that have to show just once a quarter what they own, and they don't own liked to show that they have a lot of the winners and none of the losers. So a lot of them will be buying the tech stocks right now Building him up again. Okay, Which is why I'm telling you if he continues up the next few days, and you have too much. That's not a bad time to take a little bit off the table. I don't know what's having in October, but they know this. September is the worst month of the year. October's had the biggest moves down October historically and up month, right, start it up much, but it's the home of the four biggest crashes in history. Could there be a crash? Dean and I don't think so. Dylan. Didn't think so. I think there's a crash, right? I think there's a lot of volatility which gives us the opportunity to be able to raise cash to wait..

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Breonna Taylor Protests: Two Officers Shot During Kentucky Protest

NPR's Story of the Day

03:15 min | 3 d ago

Breonna Taylor Protests: Two Officers Shot During Kentucky Protest

"To Louisville police officers were shot last night police say they do have a suspect in custody and that the officers injuries are not life-threatening. This happened during protests demanding justice for Briana Taylor yesterday a grand jury declined to charge two officers who shot a Taylor in her home. A third officer was charged with first degree, wanton, wanton endangerment of her neighbors that officer who has been dismissed shot into nearby apartments police broke through Taylor's door, and what they said was a late night drug raid her boyfriend thinking they were intruders shot at them. Police fired at least thirty two shots back hitting Brianna Taylor six times and killing her there have now been months of protests including yesterday's. Definitely. Wolf of W. F., was there yesterday she's with us now good. Morning. Stephanie Good Morning The city set a nine o'clock pm curfew. Not everyone obeyed that curfew. What did you see in the streets yesterday? Yeah. Well, immediately, following the announcement protesters basically marched out of the downtown area and they were met face to face with police and arrests were made much later into the evening. There were small fire set around the hall of Justice and about thirty minutes before curfew is when the two officers were shot downtown police say one had to undergo surgery and there were demonstrations that continued after the curfew. So, as you were out yesterday talking to protesters, what were they telling you? Well, this was not the news protesters were hoping for a few. told me. It was insulting especially that the one officer was indicted for endangering Taylor's neighbors and not for his involvement. In her shooting death I spoke with Louisville based poet and activist. Hannah. Drake she called the results a quote joke. Just another reminder. That the Black Woman that my life is not matters the city. disappointed. This girl was Inter House. Bothering any. We're hearing a lot of heartbreak there from her and from others. I imagine these protests will continue. Yet I mean yesterday marked the hundred and nineteenth consecutive day of protests and lable demanding justice for Taylor since late May and what I repeatedly heard from protesters is that yesterday's Will Not end the demonstrations. Here's Nicole Williams she says, she'll be out today and the next day however many days I will be here no justice no peace and there's still no justice, and until there's justice, there will be no peace period. So. Last week the city settled a wrongful death lawsuit by Taylor family and as part of that settlement, the city committed to implementing a list of law enforcement reforms like using a tracking system to flag officers who who use excessive force or citizen complaints. So protesters and residents are waiting for how much substantive change will be put in place now.

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Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Underwriters

Underwriters

03:49 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Underwriters

"It'll get your information and we'll send you that information. Watch this in the intimacy of your Your own homes. We're going to try to get back into studio soon, hopefully and start doing our classes live as we used to do them and hopefully that won't be too far in the future. Dr Pino, Let's let's talk a little bit about that too Sick to be six syndrome was kind of you know, people are probably it. What? What did you say? What Zsa Too sick to be who, you know, But the truth of it is is you start treating somebody and they're immune Response to start coming up. Suddenly they get sick, and they were never sick before. And that can be frustrating and weird for patients when they come in because you said, they're coming in here to get well and they're going going. What the heck happened to me? Like? I thought this was supposed to help me and hurt me What's going on? I don't want to be here on. We understand that. But at the same time, it's funny because all of our natural positions are basically getting excited inside about it, too, or someone has symptoms and their energy level starts to come up. But other these symptoms come out too. So we see these little changes because the body needs to take in this information and start from scratch basically and start to rebuild. So how everyone responds and how their immune system response could be completely different. So that's why a lot of treatments that we do with patients has to be based off of them individually. It's not just if you have allergy symptoms. Let's just dry up. Those allergens like the way that the medications were. You have to be able to figure out what's triggering them. And what's the underlying things that were not thinking off? They've tried everything in the book, and nothing's worked their immune systems. Probably completely not paying attention to it. So why is that? Is it coming from a different area? You know, we talk a lot about digestive health and the fact that the microbiome in the digestive track really helps feed into the immune system. Well, that goes into the lymphatic system. And the lymphatic system can't hear things because we're not drinking enough water. We're not moving around enough. That basically going to slow down? How? How Well, we can get these pathogens today to the immune system to fight to begin with. So the long times do you have to think outside the box instead of just the symptoms that you have the time? So when we start to see these things pop up patients and they get us strata, it's a good thing because it's just was finally going up online. It's important that people understand that your body has a natural way of clearing. And when you suppress that ability to get rid of toxins, you're you're constipated or you're not moving your balls completely. Or your lymphatic system is sluggish because you're not drinking enough water and we need what will I drink? Tea? That's not water. I drink coffee. That's not water. I drink that's not water. And the body has to do that to you. You're not getting outside. You're not breathing property, your lungs, your kidneys, Your colon, Your skin surface. Ah, you know, those are the way those air the avenues that your body uses to dump things. And if they're sluggish, you're going to store this stuff is gonna be toxic as all get out. You know this is an important concept, this immunological response that we have in the system. We're coming up to a break in about a short minute, and but we're going to cover so much as we go through the program today, things that people really need to get their hands around and restore function. Something as simple as knowing that vitamin D has AH, purpose in in bodies. ImmuLogic response. So does vitamin C. It causes interfere around production themselves and goes after anti viral properties. We come back. I'm going to ask you what's going to happen to all of us. If Vaccines are put on the marketplace. You know, this is something that is good isn't bad. She will run for them. Should we stay away from them? So we watched what we need to do, But we're coming up to. Ah, a short break. This is a fascinating program, one that we could talk about, Probably for hours and hours on hand. My guest in studio Dr Stephanie Pena, doctor of naturopathic Medicine. Great,.

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Scientists Say Disasters Are Teaming Up During Time Of Climate Change

Environment: NPR

02:22 min | 3 d ago

Scientists Say Disasters Are Teaming Up During Time Of Climate Change

"It's been a record shattering year for heat in the American West and this weekend is going to be hot too. If it seems like heat drought and wildfires are all piling together it's not your imagination scientists say climate change makes them more likely to happen at the same time. As NPR's Laura Summer reports. It takes a lot for heat to make headlines in Tucson. Arizona as Stephanie Small, House realize listening to the radio recently a couple days ago he said well, no warning for today it's only be one hundred six. Apparently. We're not over a hundred ten everybody should join the weather but this year is getting people's attention. Small House says she's president of the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation, and she also runs a cattle ranch outside of Tucson in the twenty years that I've been here on the ranch. This is probably just the second time that I remember a summer that's dry on top of the heat the entire Colorado River, which is key for Arizona's water supply has been in a twenty year drought. Is there tension in the Vermont Community Right? Now ranchy community absolutely is their stress absolutely these rare events. Are simply becoming more common says, Mogi Sunday professor of Civil Engineering Boise State University in a study in the journal Science advances he says that trend is clear over the past few decades basically routes or getting more intense and hot years or getting more hud, and the cycle between them is intensifying droughts and heat waves feed each other. He says when the soil is dry more of the sun's energy heats up the air then it's hotter making more water evaporate causing more drought. It's climate change driven cycle via have to move past that traditional thinking of heat waves and droughts and fires separately. Because they would work together they. They are the reason that we are seeing so many disasters, happening disasters like the extreme. Across the West this year, what is happening in California is a preview of what we'll see every. We need to act. Now we do not have any more minute I'm not talking about the years we do not have any more minutes to cut our emissions because in a hotter climate he says disasters are teaming up lauren summer NPR news.

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Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Underwriters

Underwriters

03:27 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Underwriters

"Into this wintertime is important that we repair. We build our immune system. I'm gonna ask you some things as before, But here's the situation. You know you have somebody that's Eyes not exposed to their environment, and they seem to be in a weakened state. Now you go out and There's a common cold and they get sick. We said that there's muscle pieces that that immunological system what of the things that you would point out to somebody that are the weak links in somebody's Lifestyle, their immune systems that are going to make them much more predisposed to, you know things that are around us and that are out there. Well, and what's interesting to know. Just thinking. Forget that question is you also have the people that come in, says I never get sick. And they're like, I haven't been sick since I was five years old. And does that mean they have this great immune system? Possibly. But it also means that they may not be able to actually figure some of the little factors and the symptoms that we need to show us this what was going wrong? So some of those symptoms they're ones that I would look at someone who kind of comes in and they're constantly for the teak. We talked about how sitting is the new smoking. I kind of wonder Fatigue is the new fever. I'm kind of wondering is the person who's chronically fatigued all the time, whether that be from stress, or they feel physical fatigue, you know? Is that trying to tell us something longer because our immune system is always working where I was trying to deal with stress. The person who's basically on that going can't get sleep at night. Or the person who you know, doesn't have time to make. The foods that they need and actually have time to properly digest them. There's other symptoms that we don't think of whether it's allergy patterns. You know, with the weather changing you have fall allergies. Now start kicking it. People who are sensitive to smells different kind of pollens, different types of foods. You know, there's always a underlying inflammatory reaction that may be going on with them, so it definitely makes a much more sensitive in the long run. And certainly if you already have a history of different autoimmune conditions, you have to be careful with those patients only not only not only today to go over that they might be more immune to picking up infectious diseases, but also the fact that the treatments that you give someone has to be a little bit different with someone who has an autoimmune disease. But you have to be more careful with the only kind of wonder OK, is this normal symptom for someone else Kind of showing us something greater going on with the person was on immune. You know, there's this a syndrome called, you know, too sick to be sick. And exactly what you're talking about. People don't have the immunological response is to have a favour to get diarrhea to get the cold sweats. You know the things those are bodies and normal responses that we try to subdue them. And it's actually a protective mechanism. But they don't have theirs. So beat up and yes, they're tired all the time and they're dragging and, you know, I Matter fact I've had patients when they come in for treatment, and, you know, I tell them Look, this is what's going on and so forth. And about four weeks into treatment, they come in, said I thought you said this was good for May. And I've been sick. You know, for the last 345 days, and I said, it's your body finally kicking in your sudden and do some housecleaning and really get your immune system back in gear. I said. That's a good thing. My guest in studio Dr Stephanie Pino, we're talking about your immune system of what you can do to protect it, and it's really important. We are goingto..

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Woman Arrested, Facing Hate Crime Charges For Alleged Bottle Attack On Jogger in Queens, New York City

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Woman Arrested, Facing Hate Crime Charges For Alleged Bottle Attack On Jogger in Queens, New York City

"A woman's been arrested in an attack on a black jogger and what side Queens last month video showed a white woman throwing a water bottle and shouting of the jogger asking her why she wasn't in Africa. Police say that woman was 53 year old Lorena Day Laguna. She's charged with attempted assault and felony aggravated harassment is a hate crime. 37 year old Stephanie Johnson was not injured. She tells the daily News. She hopes they Laguna learned her lesson and she just wants to move forward. Laguna has nine prior stating back to 2014 for burglary, menacing and graffiti, among other

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Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

01:05 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephanie" discussed on Beach Talk Radio

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Boston Red Sox finally snap skid vs New York Yankees in hollow game without fans

WBZ Morning News

01:12 min | 6 d ago

Boston Red Sox finally snap skid vs New York Yankees in hollow game without fans

"It was around Fenway Park. Red Sox, Yankees doing battle with no fans and no pregame atmosphere. BBC TV Stephanie Chan ventured over to Lansdowne Street and checked in on the bar. See what the biggest rivalry in baseball playing just a couple blocks away. This stretch of Fenway was a ghost town, Wally. The Green Monster was the on ly Spectators in the stands with the Red Sox Yankees playing right across the street. It's Ah! Kind of surreal being down here, and it's so quiet and the same goes for restaurants in the neighborhood owner John Koran says. The return of sports has helped. But he's earning only a fraction of what he was before Cove. It hit. It's nowhere nears before. Certainly the Red Sox not doing well, never helped, but no. One in the stadium. People just aren't coming out. Karen suspects the covert restrictions could be to blame is way weird, but at the same time as time goes on, more people are coming out. We have a mouse when we need someone walking in the bathroom on great good food. Good time by the way. Red Sox did manage to win yesterday. First time the Sox beat the Yankees this year and the first time they've done it in 12 tries. 6

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Travel To Bulgaria

Travel with Rick Steves

04:30 min | Last week

Travel To Bulgaria

"Bulgaria is a small and mysterious country. It's one of those lands that Americans just don't visit very much. It's long faced east impact in communist times it was famously subservient to the USSR. But. Of course, there's lots more to see in Bulgaria and you can learn about a fascinating culture. When you go there to Bulgarian guides, joined us in our studio to help give us a better insight and a little better appreciation of the cultural. Bulgaria. We're joined by Stephan Bush job and you're. Stephanie thanks for being here. Thank you our pleasure now. Americans we don't know as much about Bulgaria as we know about Poland or Germany or Italy, or Greece that. It's not in the news it's signing country of about seven million people probably, not not a lot of Bulgarians have emigrated to the United States like Polish people. So many know when I think of Bulgaria I think of a back in the communist times a little country that was more friendly with Moscow, than the other countries in eastern Europe in fact, your leader little sort of an communist dictator two-door shifts of Shipka He. Actually proposed that Bulgaria joined the USSR and become the Sixteenth Republic. Is that true that? Yes that's still in the early nineteen sixties shifts for wanted us to be so close to the Soviets. So he proposed to become the sixteen republic. Why so subservient? The USSR you know because as a small country, we have always tried to find our big brother because you're right there in the middle of the Habsburgs and Russia and and. The meat of all those crossroads and your. Little so easy to gobble up if you're a big giant country absolutely, but fortunately, the Soviets were in the middle of the Cuban missile crisis saw they were busy and they were not interested in having trouble themselves Khrushchev or whoever was the dictator say There's a joke in becan communist time. The biggest animal in the world was the Bulgarian pig because the head was in Bulgarian. The body was in Moscow I. Was that funny. So many years ago he mentioned the pick when you have the body of the pick of the good meat is there. So we produced Oh the good stuff food and it was expected to the Soviet. Union. So practically, this is the reason why still nowadays in Russia they remember all those fruits and very funds legal, Gary, all good stuff that came from Bulgaria. So the big shot in Moscow and wind as well. Of course, all the Bulgarian wine. Oh, the best bogere in one when Russia. Well today you don't have that problem. You've got wonderful traditional food and drink and and Yuri. What is one thing we should remember about the food of Bulgaria when we visit incredibly fresh everything is fresh. What's been out of the garden? What's IT traditional? A traditional meal I I remember some beautiful soups. You must have a salad. You must argue with Salads and a little bit of Brandy. As world it goes with the Salads. We always have the strong alcohol first, and then we go to the wine and then we go to the beer you start with the strong alcohol yes, we do. We do. Why is that Stephan? It is deep tradition. What my parents belief is that when we have a trunk alcohol to open your perceptions the food, this is the best way to taste it when you have a few sips of follow traditional. Brandy. Code. Of Akia. So when I'm cooking, if people have the strong alcohol, I can actually eat my food. It helps it helps a lot. Gary is the only country in the European Union that has this surreal alphabet I was in Bulgaria when you're on May twenty fourth, that's big celebration. Why does Bulgaria have this unique alphabet and what's the cultural background of that? I remember that day because we were actually fuming Bulgaria episode into our in my hometown. So it is really important to understand these different alphabet because this is an alphabet which helped to spread the Christianity because it's surreal religious named after Saint. And who was his side and his brother Metallica's Methodius and Cyril. So they innovated this alphabet so they could write down the holies holy scripture scriptures and people could read them exactly in idea to have the Christianity. Kuo's to the heart close the. So to understand the holy wisdom to understand the words written, what century was that this was in the eight, hundred, eight, hundred, fifty, five,

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Scientist seeks old vacation photos from Acadia National Park

Climate Connections

01:12 min | Last week

Scientist seeks old vacation photos from Acadia National Park

"If you've ever taken a fall trip to Acadia national park in Maine a climate scientist wants to see your photos don't worry. She won't judge outdated fashion. She just wants to see the trees behind you Stephanie. Sparrow of the University of Richmond is studying how rising temperatures and changing rain patterns affect the timing of fall foliage and Acadia she and her team have been analyzing satellite photos and scouring old newspapers and reports, and our preliminary research suggests that fall foliage has been occurring one day later a decade on average but she needs more historical data to confirm a trend because we don't have satellites. Eight that are consistent and robust before the year two thousand, we'd love if people would send in photos, the snapshots people submit by email can help establish a longer time line and verify other reports. She says surveys show that many people visit Acadia to see the colorful fall foliage. So knowing how it's timing is changing is important for park management and local tourism. It fall foliage peak particularly is occurring later and later, and later in time you can imagine that'll change some things for the way local businesses plan. So you're all snapshots could help this much love park and nearby communities adapt to climate change.

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Law Firm: Los Angeles County Health Orders ‘Ban’ Observing Jewish High Holidays

KNX Evening News

01:00 min | Last week

Law Firm: Los Angeles County Health Orders ‘Ban’ Observing Jewish High Holidays

"And religious freedoms, is now urging like county officials to drop a health order. Eight bars the observing of religious holidays at home with extended family and friends because of the possible spread of covert 19 1st Liberty Institute, says Having a a meal meal for for a a religious religious or or cultural cultural holiday holiday should should not not be be prohibited prohibited because because of of Corona Corona virus virus fears. fears. Stephanie Stephanie Tabi, Tabi, senior senior counsel counsel with with first first Liberty, Liberty, she she says, says, you you need need look look no no further further than than the county's most recent update allowing other groups together this same September update loosened restrictions in other areas, such as allowing hair salons to meet indoors and allowing Um students to meet at school and neighboring counties like Orange County are beginning to open up. It's simply not necessary for Los Angeles to threaten to believe the homes of Jewish families during the high holidays. A section of the county's current health order states that individual and family gatherings or parties of any size aren't allowed and gives the example of having a meal with extended family and friends for a religious or cultural holiday. Chris Eden's

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Swiss Referendum Considers Canceling Freedom of Movement With EU

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:41 min | Last week

Swiss Referendum Considers Canceling Freedom of Movement With EU

"There was brexit and now there's swigs it if I can call it that Switzerland is not a member of the European Union but some Swiss politicians WANNA cut at least one of the treaties it has with Brussels, specifically, one relating to freedom of movement they're going to hold a referendum on the idea later this month but is Rebecca rosman reports. If they pass this measure, the Swiss could lose out on a lot of other deals with the US will. Switzerland's ruling far-right already the VP says brexit was an inspiration for the coming referendum, which will ask Swiss citizens if they want to end free movement with the EU. With Schwa- as. Marco key as the head of the up told Swiss television. The UK left the e you for one main reason too much immigration and he says Switzerland is fed up to we'll Switzerland has never been an official member, a two thousand and two agreement made it easier for EU citizens to travel in work in Switzerland Vice Versa today's Switzerland is home to about two million immigrants two-thirds come from the. EU But even though the fall right is framing this vote around immigration the stakes for Switzerland could be much higher than that I mean it would really shatter Swiss you relations. Stephanie Walter Teaches Political Science at the University of Zurich she explains the free movement agreement is trying to six other bilateral treaties on things like trade and aviation. They're all bound to what's called a guillotine clause if you cancel. Laundry Eighty, cancel all of them. The SP already hopes it can convince the EU to make some sort of compromise but Walter says, that's wishful thinking. Do you on the other hand thanks Switzerland already has got one of the best deals of all third party third countries and is not really willing to engage in a lot of compromises especially not in the context of brexit where every move is being. Very closely watched in the UK polling suggests that around sixty percent of voters are against the referendum and the pandemic might be the deciding factor without immigrants. Switzerland would face a significant shortage of healthcare workers take Geneva's university hospital system. One of the country's largest more than half the stuff are what's called frontally a people who live in the EU but cross the border every day to work in Switzerland. Bus Gouzer when asked about that prospect as VP leader Marco key as I said, he was scared to see how dependent Switzerland and become on E. worker is little known on. The crisis has shown that he said, and that's exactly why it's time we become more autonomous and independent. This will go to the polls on September twenty seventh for

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Freelance work grows amid Covid-19

All Things Considered

04:07 min | Last week

Freelance work grows amid Covid-19

"Going around these days, The future of work is now the pandemic has turned million's of us into virtual workers. And there's another trend that's been less obvious permanent full time jobs, going freelance that severing ties between companies and employees as NPR's Orry, Berliner reports. Diana Gil was having her early morning coffee at her New York apartment when the messages started coming in from the boss's office. Can you get on a call this morning with the president? And then, of course, I knew what that meant. She was being laid off from her job as executive editor at Tour books. Gil was given a month's notice, and she had plenty of projects to keep occupied. So the new reality didn't register at first, but then May and I was like Well, there's Cove. It's so there's certainly not jobs right this minute. That's when it sank in. She was a freelancer. Her 24 year career as an editor at New York's top publishers was over. Now editing book, like Manuscript is a specialized skill. So Gil has been pretty busy so far. But she was thrown into the much less secure world of freelancing where the money and gigs are unpredictable, freelancing this feast or famine so kind of comes in waves, and I know at some point there'll be less of it, So I'm looking at that sort of what to do. I had to sort of make it. Work is a business making it work is a business becoming a free agent. That's the challenge predicament, however, you want to phrase it. Facing many Americans. The percentage increases are alarmingly big. That's Julia Pollock labor economists with the job site's IP recruiter. Zip recruiter tracks the proportion of job postings that are temporary rather than permanent, And it's kind of dramatically during the pandemic. The share of temporary job postings in communications, for example, was was only 12% prior to Kobe. It jumped up to 48% in April and May and though it's come down a bit, it's still very, very high. A similar story and feels like HR, and advertising and marketing. The junk was from about 8% historically, to 28% Post Cove. It part of the shift is predictable. When the economy is shaky and the outlook uncertain. Employers are reluctant to hire permanent workers and now tools like Zoom are creating more flexibility in the workplace. White collar jobs can be done anytime, anyplace by any capable person with a phone and a laptop work is untethered from the office. So workers don't build personal connections with their bosses. I think now you know, lots of companies are starting to think like, Hey, maybe we don't really need these full time employees. Stephanie Coddle is the founder of Black Girl Group of Freelance staffing agency. I think now you know these cos they're starting to see like, Hey, having these folks at home is saving me money. Hey, I don't see those people. So do I really need to be given them benefits as the recession dragged on the axis, fallen on a wide range of workers. And some workplace experts say a lot more white collar jobs will be done by contractors probably forever. But starting a freelance career after getting laid off isn't something people do by choice, says Connell. You almost begin a freelance out of necessity. You don't have time Tio, you know, cry or be down or depressed because you lost your job used to have bills to pay. And those bills don't care that you lost your job. The freelance economy was enormous before the pandemic. And has grown even larger during it. Two million freelancers have been added in just the past year. That's according to the freelancing platform upward upward study claims a majority of freelancers who started since the pandemic say no amount of money would convince them to take a traditional job. A very different picture emerges on the job site. Zip recruiter. Here's the company's labour economies. Julia Polic, the vast majority 90% of active Zip recruiter, job seekers are looking for a permanent full time position a job with benefits like health care. A job with a sense of purpose and mission where you make really connections with your co workers, Pollack says. That's what most workers want. Gauri Berliner

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Apple iPad, Watch and Home bundle: Breaking down all the announcements

The 3:59

07:29 min | Last week

Apple iPad, Watch and Home bundle: Breaking down all the announcements

"Apple held its big September event today, but there was no iphone. So was the IPAD Apple Watch any new bundle enough? I wrote a Chang charged. With me to break everything down is senior editor at large and apple expert. Sure. I high in a it's been a afternoon for there's been a going on. Let's let's break it all down I. Guess by sequence of when they announce their their various products is talking about the apple. I have to remember. Okay. Yeah. It was secrets quartz. Which? In apple years like three years. Let's let's talk about Apple. Watch was the first off the bad. It was the Apple Watch series six and Apple Watch S C you break down these products rest yeah. It's interesting. So the Apple Watch is very clearly increasingly becoming a health device and to people who've been watching this is not a surprise. Apple found a lot of success turning it into a sport device. That started with the second generation Apple Watch when they made swim proof as what they called it not really waterproof pet swim proof and ever since then they've really been adding a lot more features for health and fitness will now they're adding even another feature for health, which is that going to measure your blood oxygen levels and this is going to do it in. Two ways one will be to do it. If you just want to do it now you push a button and it'll measure over fifteen seconds and uses all sorts of infrared lights in some magic by being you get a number and then it'll also do it in intervals just kind of behind the scenes. So just like with the heart center, if suddenly some something seems completely. Off The watch tap heuristic and say, Hey, you might want to look into this, which is what has saved a lot of people's lives. Yeah. Idea civilized was a big deal that that Promo video they ran to for really unveiling these products just was laid it on pretty heavy about the fact that this is this can save your life. Now I must have been Apple Watch. The reality is that this type of technology is very impactful right I mean it's it's kind of stuff like it's it's really sappy to talk about like how disability functions inside of the iphone arena video game console change people's but they do right there. There are entire people who who were stuck indoors not able to do anything or they were blind and they weren't able to live a normal life and they're able to do so much more now because of the technology that's come from why from. Different phones and all sorts of other stuff. So it's not surprising apples laying this on thick because on some level they they've actually saved lives. They deserve to be able to say that, but I think it's going to be interesting to see whether people buy into this idea over. All right. It's still a nerdy thing. It's still an expensive thing and that's that's a hard sell to people who haven't already bought it read just to be clear like the. Blood oxygen like what is it? What does it actually do be able to detect and monitor that like what is that allowing Apple Watch to do so in a lot of ways, this falls under everything else that we've always heard about various health functions and it was actually in the t at the ending card on their announcements. If you go watch the video, you go to the very end it says this is not meant for medical purposes, right? So. This is really just kind to help you quantify your body and your life, and this is one of the problems we've all had with fitbit and everything else. It's cool to get this data and sometimes it's helpful. But reality is once I've gotten him for like six months. One more do I need right and you know my wife doesn't care about any of the data that she She hasn't even tracker steps anymore. She just cares about whether she closes the rings. That's it right. So it's it's actually a lot of this data is is kind of you don't it's helping with all that right in kind of helping you set goals and get there. But a lot of the state is unnecessary. Apple's doing it because they say look it's going to help us with the. Overall kind telling you what your health is and maybe will maybe it won't I don't know. But we'll see we'll say how how much does this they start for? Yes. So that's the other thing is that this device is going to be three ninety nine to start, which is not cheap and you know, and the other thing also is that they have this cheaper phone watch which. is to Sunday nine starts called the Apple Watch S E and I guess for special edition we never know what these letters mean and one of the things about this thing is that basically a repackaged Apple Watch series three, right so it has the fall detection, which is something that the introduced a while back in a lot of people were really you know they were thinking hey. Elderly people you know they have this I fallen and I can't get up little buttons. Now, they can do their watch. So they're adding some of these functions that they do see a lot of. People. Kind of getting interested in into this device two, hundred, seventy, nine dollars in Stephanie Cheaper. We'll see whether people want it, but it says something yeah. That's two hundred ninety nine seems a little too expensive considering the the series three is still around one hundred and fifty dollars a year. It's not a huge difference between the two, seventy nine and the three, ninety nine. Series six that like I don't know there's that struck me as little expensive for those quote unquote affordable model. I mean think about Black Friday, right one of the things that I have always of found interesting about apple having covered it. Now for more than a decade, is that in a long time ago it apples pears didn't move like there was never a sale on their phones there was never a sale on their. Computers it was very rare and it was only a little bit. But now we're starting to see a sales on them when they come out right and we're seeing prices dropped dramatically during holiday sales. So to seventy nine to start yeah, that does feel a little heart but I wouldn't be surprised to see that creep down to two hundred by the end of this year the other the other big lot unveiled was two new. ipads. So let's let's go into the IPAD at the higher end version what what is new about this new air? Yeah. It takes a lot of the feeling of the pack pro. So it actually has a this more square look to it, which if you care Kinda Cool Stephanie Different and it also has a bigger screen that is actually looks a lot like the IPAD pro so you may remember the IPAD pro they got. Rid of the touch ID, right that button that allows you to use your fingerprint. So this one does not have the face unlock like the IPAD pro instead touch ideas now in the button on the side that you do the power button, that's kind of course. So they that's how they were able to lower the prices from the IPAD pro. It still has a very powerful chip they say it's much more powerful than chromebooks. UPS and all that, and we'll see you know everyone has to do their tests, but it's ships in October for five hundred, ninety, nine dollars again, not cheap and way more expensive than the cheapest chromebooks out there. So we'll see whether people are interested. Yeah. I'll say that pay particular attention that touch ID because it's it is abundant on the top of the screen, not screen top of the device itself it's basically the power bun. I would be intrigued to see if they stick that into the iphone twelve, it would be really smart because right now face ideas essentially useless when you're wearing a mask. So having some sort of touch ID center and I don't think they've got the under glass fingerprint sensor thing down pat yet this would be a good a good compromise.

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Biden's Agenda for the Black Community with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

The Electorette Podcast

05:25 min | Last week

Biden's Agenda for the Black Community with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner, and this is the electorate. On this episode. A have a conversation with Mayor Stephanie, Rawlings Bleak Mayor Rawlings Blake served as the forty ninth mayor of Baltimore as she joins me to discuss Biden's agenda for the black community. Now, if you haven't taken a look at Biden's agenda for the black community, you WanNa hear this conversation we discuss this plans to close disparities in homeownership rates within the black community his plans to help close the wealth gap the expansion of the affordable care act and has extensive criminal justice reform plans including employing the Department of Justice to address police accountability, decriminalizing the use of canvas and the automatic expunge -ment of all cannabis use convictions. So. Here's my conversation with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake Mayor Rawlings Blake. Welcome to the PODCAST. So I WANNA talk about Biden's agenda for the black community because I was reading through that and I don't think in my lifetime that I've seen or proposal that's this extensive and targeted towards the black community and I wanted to be fair. So I looked through some other past presidential platforms and a lot of them aren't really archived. You know how he crafted this or you know, did he have help from outside organization or WHO's influencing him on this? The vice principal former Vice President Biden has a theory broad group of. Individuals who have been advising him and who care a lot about making sure that the the Democratic Party is right by a black people as well as he does right by black people when he is very hopefully elected NFC among about. Today's that's right. It's like fifty days or something I think with just kind of makes me nervous nervous excited both at the same time. And he's got economists that have been advising him as well as advocates and I think when you take a look at the plan many aspects of the plan, you see their their fingerprints on it that this is not for show. This is not something that is decorative on a on a website. This is something then can be implemented and we'll have a real impact on our community. Absolutely. Right. I agree with that and when I was just looking at the wording and some of the things that he hits on. Pretty. Deep right in an isn't something I would expect it to see us on the democratic side. You wouldn't see it on the Republican side even on the Democratic side, you know five or ten years ago. So that's something. Yeah. I WANNA go really deeply into every policy proposal, but there are few that I want to hit on some pressings. Building Wealth no health care and criminal justice reform. But. I WANNA start with building wealth because one of the things that he proposes is doubling the funding for the State Small Business Credit Initiative which doubling that to three billion dollars to assist small businesses and targeting specifically people of Color. You don't WanNa talk about the fact that you know that that's great but you know black people I think in the group of people of Color by people are thinker are usually at the bottom in terms of getting capital access to capital for building small businesses because there are other bias and other limitations that we face, we try to start small business you know. So have you actually address that those unique barriers to black people getting capital in starting small businesses? The first thing you do to address the barrier is acknowledged I can't tell you optus pointed I've been to hear our current president deny ignore the disparities that exist or by people in our country as when you start off ahead in the game and you have someone's willing to name it. And to a work to address it in also wanted to bring to your attention. It's not just the the the money for small businesses Biden Harris. Focused on African American women business owners specifically because as you know a, we are the majority of the businesses offices that are being created in the NBA minority community are African American women see address s like I said at first by identifying them and second step by step I I know there's going to need to be mentors are business mentors that are working to help these these small businesses achieve and when you have an administration that is sensitive, you'll be able to do what was done under the Obama Administration where there was a lot of support event to two businesses. You know a lot of those sports have been ripped up by the current administration so A. Definitely identifying the issues and pudding supports in place to close some of those gaps are the essential you're right. So we have to recover from the damage has been done from the current administration, but then you know things like this policies like this have to account for the fact that we're pandemic. I'm a lot of the businesses that by people have owned have probably been hit in hurt quite. A bit. So that's another place to start. Definitely I. Mean I think one of the things you you will hear a line that I've heard a lot. It's not. We're not trying to go back to where we were. You know this is about ripping up be You know the race face inequities that impact the black community across the board and making sure that we are not ignoring you. Know, the problems you've seen,

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Two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies 'fighting for their lives' after ambush shooting in Compton

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies 'fighting for their lives' after ambush shooting in Compton

"Angeles County sheriff's deputies were critically wounded Saturday night at a Metro rail station and Compton authorities call it an ambush have a description of the shooter, but no arrests walk along the passenger side side of of the the car. car. He He acted acted as as if if he he was was going going to to walk walk past past the the car. car. And And then then he he made made a a left left turn turn directly directly toward toward the the car, car, raised raised a a pistol pistol and and fired fired several several rounds rounds inside inside of of the the vehicle vehicle striking striking both of you. Share Stephanie's

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Surprise! Nintendo just announced a The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild prequel for Switch

What's Good Games

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Surprise! Nintendo just announced a The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild prequel for Switch

"Nintendo just announced a legend of Zelda breath of the wild prequel for the switch. This comes to us via the Euro Gamer so. TIROL WARRIOR IS AGE OF CALAMITY A prequel to the legend of Zelda breath of the wild. It's throughout the twentieth of November this year on intendo switch is set one hundred years before the birth of the wild. Witness the events of the great calamity firsthand and tried to save hi rule from destruction reads the official blurb who got got me going. All right. Let, the developer is Coy tecmo maker of twenty, fourteen hack and slash. Rule warriors producer you'll suitca high she said that while age of calamity retains the Gameplay style of the warriors series with quote exciting one versus thousand battles and a wide variety of playable characters. This will be only game that lets who experienced the world one hundred years prior to the events breath of the wild. Cell Development? Chief. An own. Numa. Say. that. Ao Numa. Am I've always I've always said that his name despite studying Japanese I always that's why I was asking you. Stephanie's. Describing described age of Colombia's as a combination of the well detailed world of breath of the wild with warriors game play. Therefore, he added, I, believe this game will offer the experience of the gravity battles that weren't fully shown in the original game of course antenna. Breath at the wild to in the video below Enuma said that fans will have to wait a little bit longer before we can provide more updates. So don't told you breath just yet.

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Do You Have The 411 On 9/11? -  It Was A Dystopian Nightmare

Talk, Tales and Trivia

04:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Do You Have The 411 On 9/11? - It Was A Dystopian Nightmare

"Hello. This is Stephanie and this is Talk Tales and Trivia the show where I talk about enlightening topics about society culture and the topics that affect the world we live in plus some trivia so that you yes, you can stump your family and friends is so interesting and fun. But this topic today this topic right now on this episode is not so much fun because we are coming up upon an anniversary that really truly some Americans wish had never happened and that is the September eleven attacks. This at timber eleven, attacks often referred to as nine eleven. Remember were a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group. al-Qaeda? Against the United States on the morning of Tuesday September eleventh two, thousand and one some of you weren't even born but yet it affects all of us to this day. No matter how old we are the attacks resulted in two, thousand, nine, hundred and seventy, seven deaths over twenty, five, thousand injuries and substantial long term health consequences in addition to at least ten billion dollars in infrastructure and property damage. But did you know that nine eleven is the single deadliest terrorist attack and human history and the single deadliest incident for firefighters and law enforcement officers in the history of the United States with three hundred and forty-three firefighters losing their lives and seventy two law enforcement officers losing their lives. Speaking for al Qaeda leader Osama Bin. Laden had said that quote it has become clear that the West and general and America in particular have an unspeakable hatred for Islam. It is the hatred of Crusaders terrorism against America deserves to be praised because it was a response to injustice aimed at forcing America to stop its support for Israel which kills. In. Quote. Even, though that was somewhat an admission of guilt by Osama bin Laden. He stopped short of admitting responsibility for the attacks but. Eventually, he did admit to the attacks. Yes. Shortly before the US presidential election and two thousand and four bin Laden used a taped statement to publicly acknowledge al Qaeda's involvement and the attacks on the United States he admitted his direct links to the attacks and said they were carried out because we are free. And want to regain freedom for our nation. As you undermine our security, we undermine yours bin Laden said, he had personally directed his followers to attack the world trade centers and the Pentagon. The impact of nine eleven extends beyond geopolitics though and into society and culture and. Immediate responses to nine eleven did include greater focus on home life and time spent with family. It really did hire church attendance and increased expressions of patriotism such as flying of the American flag. In the immediate aftermath of the attacks President George W Bush proclaimed Friday September, fourteenth two, thousand, and one as a national day of prayer and remembrance for the victims of the terrorist attacks on September eleventh Patriot Day officially known as National Day of service and remembrance is observed every September eleventh in honor of the individuals who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks on that day Patriot's Day will be on Friday this Friday September, Eleventh Twenty Twenty also I find on Kapadia on the search of Patriots Day. The flag of the United States is flown at half-mast at the White House and on all US government buildings and establishments throughout the world Americans are also encouraged to display flags in an outside their homes as many many due to this day. Remember that Patriot Day is not a federal holiday though okay. Schools and businesses remained open and observance of the occasion and that we will never forget and that America will not be stopped or halted even for one day memorial ceremonies for the two, thousand, nine, hundred, and seventy, seven victims. Are often held, but that does not include a matter of fact at excludes the nineteen hijackers who also perished we do not memorialize them.

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Uncontrolled hypertension is getting worse in the U.S., study finds

Stephanie Miller

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Uncontrolled hypertension is getting worse in the U.S., study finds

"New study is showing an increasing number of people in the US are suffering from uncontrolled high blood pressure. Brian Shook has more research from Jama showed that out of 18,000 subjects who had high blood pressure in 2017 and 2018, the number of uncontrolled hypertension cases rose by 10%. Nicknamed the Silent Killer. High Blood Pressure has also been linked to be a danger to anyone infected with the Corona virus.

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Protest at Popeyes After Violent Struggle Between Delivery Driver, Security Guard in Maryland, Washington DC Area

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Protest at Popeyes After Violent Struggle Between Delivery Driver, Security Guard in Maryland, Washington DC Area

"Surrounded a Popeyes restaurant in Capitol Heights. That's where this past Saturday night, a 24 year old woman says she was assaulted hit with Mace by security guard working there. Stephanie Samuels, using the words violated embarrassed and disrespected. To describe how she feels about her treatment by the guard, identified by our news partners and NBC for as Darryl Posten, last report posted has not been charged with the other one blinded, flooded with my kids waiting for me. No much after experience that protesters, including Samuels picketed the restaurant. Samuel says she called 911 in Prince George's County Police responded, saying she was driving for uber. It's picking up on order when she exchanged words with the security officer who wanted her to leave through a different door. Prince George's county police say they're investigating. There is smart phone video, and Popeye says that has no tolerance for violence.

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Bitcoin Privacy w/ Chris Belcher

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

06:31 min | Last month

Bitcoin Privacy w/ Chris Belcher

"So before we get into it, we'll start with the basics permission list. blockchain's are necessarily public, transparent and DONNAS. That's another way of saying that anyone can look at them without any sort of approval or credentials which makes them public. You can see everything that's ever happened, which makes them transparent, and while you can track what individual identities do, you can't see who those identities tie to in real life, which makes them pseudomonas. But blockchain's are notably not anonymous. It's kind of a wonky point but one worth emphasizing anonymous in this context means there's no continuous identities. So if injuries and I were talking on a cooking forum, the let's post anonymously if we were exchanging messages on a topic and then did so from one week to the next, we wouldn't actually know that we'd spoken before. That's not how most forums work though most forums and most things on the Internet are PSEUDONOMAS and while Andres might not know he's talking to me Adam. He'd see my username my pseudonomas identity block chef, and even though he doesn't know that's my real name he'd be able to figure out that he had talked to block chef before. So in Bitcoin, the situation is much the same instead of calling myself block chef on a recipe forum in Bitcoin I'm known by my bitcoin addresses, and while I might have a lot of bitcoin addresses. A lot of these Sudan's identities. This creates opportunities where privacy can start to unwind and away that sometimes is worse than you might think. For years this has been known to be a problem known to be sort of just an intractable part of the way that cryptocurrency and transparent public blockchain's work. But there have been a lot of ideas and a lot of inventions which have sort of come out which are still many in development now, which are trying to solve this problem which brings us to today's guests. So Chris with that set up that I get anything wrong and talk to me about how you're thinking about privacy these days. No I think you've explained that very well. So a concrete example Ed says people's bitcoin addresses all the PSEUDONOMAS identities it's whether coins are on and a common problem. The people do is address reuse. That's why they use the same address again and again, and again in this analogy, that's like someone using the same pseudonomas name again and again that again, an using you address for each payments on then never again is a bit like making you pseudonomas name and then discarding it you're done with it and just easy another one. So. In that circumstance, it's not anonymous, but it's almost the same as anonymous because there's no reuse between the identities it's not anonymous, but it's pretty darn close. PSEUDONOMAS swear if used correctly, there's automous identity every time however, the identities are linked together. So on the block chain, you see bitcoins flowing from one addressed to another. So it's not like the identities completely new that linked to the loans previously. As, well, as information from the blockchain, there's also leaks based on things like the person's it address. Oh maybe they've posted this address on a public forum somewhere at other leagues that come in as well. What of scary scenario where privacy is broken and like is it for an individual? It becomes scary or is it a kind of Meta threat that's really affecting the whole network when you're talking about privacy and sort of like address re-use things like that. In worst case scenario what's the thing that happens all of the above essentially so one example is if you're a regular user and you want to use bitcoin to buy some coffee, a nightmare scenario is you go to the coffee shop and Buy Cup of coffee and the person serving you can see your whole financial history so they can see income and they can see or the other spends you make. Whether you donate to such charities or anything like that. It's also problem if you'll business because that means if you untie income and. Of Public, you'll competitors could see how much you're paying your staff, how much you pay for supplies and all that kind of thing where you allocate your resources and for the network as a whole, there is actually a related problem of fungibility, which is what I did is privacy. So that's where a fungibility is a necessary property of money. So we have properties like to visibility portability durability and fungibility is just one of those. You need this to be good money and it's the property that every unit is the same as every other unit that means a good can be used as money because. It means it can be accepted for example, banknotes if you get paid with five dollars or five euros, it's the same as five years in general this particular banknote having some special thing you need to check. So the nightmare scenario there is that every time someone accepted Bitcoin, they'd have to actually look up to some kind of database to some kind of checklists check the these particular coins receiving were not for example, banned by some institutional, some government or something, and if that what's happened because these blacklist, these kind of look up tables would be centralized it would destroy the decentralisation property of Bitcoin. But Chris just being a little bit facetious and playful here. What's the problem with that? Like they're just looking at your financial history what can anyone really do about that and if you can see everyone else's financial history to isn't that only fair? Well I. Suppose Turn Back so you could Stephanie CEO Financial History please. Of reasons why you wouldn't want to share that kind of thing and going back to the examples I said of the merchant of the business who runs a business in uses bitcoin. Their privacy is an important part of their business because they need to keep secret, for example, how much to pay US suppliers or they need to keep secret other things that they do, and that's an important for a healthy economy. There's good reasons to hide things from. The public or from your competitors yeah and I think it's important to point out too that there already is like kind of an uneven playing field as far as privacy goes. If you're willing to work for it, you can have a greater degree of financial privacy and if you don't work for it or you don't know how to or you don't think that's important then you're going to be at a disadvantage compared to people who have greater privacy. Even beyond the commercial considerations I think the even greater consideration is the fact that without privacy in your financial affairs, Hugh can be easily targeted for your political associations and your political expression, which given the fact that more than fifty five percent of the world's population live under authoritarian or corrupt regimes means that it is very, very easy to suppress the fundamental mechanisms of democracy representation, political expression, freedom of speech, freedom of Association Freedom Assembly, Etcetera, simply by violating privacy, and then imposing punitive measures as retribution for political expression

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"stephanie" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

07:20 min | 4 months ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Stephanie Scott Welcome to meet the writers. Hydrogen thank you so much for having me. It's it's lovely to speech I'm sorry. It's not in person. I just need to stop by saying I loved this book, and it was the perfect kind of lockdown distraction, a wonderful sort of through under love story that just just kept me absolutely engaged to thank you for that all. Thank you, thank you so much. That's wonderful to hear and I glad you enjoyed. The multi genre aspects I was very attached to them when drafting. Yeah, let's let's start at the beginning. Tell me about your own background I. Well, I am half Indian half. British and my family from Singapore we off the generation Singapore, and so that's where you grew up. And that's yes. I was born in. Singapore and I grew up. That and my family still live there now and. It was actually I think my family experiences from both the British and the Asian sides in the Second World War and their experiences with Japan and the Japanese that led me to you. Begin to think that I could perhaps. Write this novel. In that during the Second World War, my Asian family were. In malaria when the Japanese invaded on that by schools, and took the peninsula and Singapore, and they had to hide in the rubber plantations, and my Indian Singapore. Singaporean grandma actually the friend did a Japanese soldier, and taught him English and my grandfather Rochat guide to learn Japanese because you couldn't walk onto the occupation unless you spoke Japanese so both my Asian grandparents learned, and then my English Grand Parent Grandfather for the Japanese in Burma and we've lost lost a great uncle to the death railway in Thailand as well and so they had very different experiences, but growing up in Singapore. Particularly, there is A. Those assassination with Japan that has shifted very much. Since the ocupation and Japanese culture is extremely popular and. Present that are actually we have Japanese supermarkets and. allotted influences and the more I spoke to Japanese friends of mine. Actually, the more I saw similarities between never not bringing and and my licensing. And do you speak Japanese? I don't speak it badly. I have Japanese go children and I can communicate with them, but the seven year old has surpassed me now and seen the four year old will too, and then my humiliation will be complete But but I am interested I am very interested in in S -nology, and and and in the Japanese language. I mean to say linguistically. My Romance languages stronger, but I still I still very interested in the study of Japanese Nara session. What's written characters that have? Multiple Meanings and tremendous resonance that I explore the novel I. I thought it was impossible to. Ignore that and actually I didn't want to. We'll suggested to me by someone that I just using Schwartz but. I, I! Really didn't want to. There are for example the word landscaping in Japanese means, something quite different. I mean I could have just said landscape in English, but in Japanese

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"stephanie" Discussed on Modern Ruhles with Stephanie Ruhle

Modern Ruhles with Stephanie Ruhle

08:23 min | 4 months ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Modern Ruhles with Stephanie Ruhle

"And you didn't go out last night. Celebrating with your friends for life. Haven't had all the big events in the spring break and the parties and the events in the meetings. And the congratulations. Chances are even home with your family or maybe not even ab been alone. I know this I know you deserve so much more. You worked so hard for this date but there's also something else that's missing today. All the pressure the pressure for greatness the hyper competitive program. That says what you're doing next and where you are and and all the fun facts about your internship or your job and your parents ability to boast about how you are going to be the next mark Zuckerberg because of this internship that you've got those things are really good on paper and this idea that you are the next big thing but the reality of that his overwhelming and most likely you're not going to achieve that thing and falling short is a pretty awful feeling and the last thing you need to feel awful. You deserve to feel really good and really loved because you are right now. The world is completely different from where it even was a few months ago. I remember when I got out of school. Those first few years of work. I was constantly on a quest to figure out. Where's my niche? How can I figure out a way for them to need me? What can I solve and unfortunately I kept coming up short that I couldn't solve anything because at the time it seemed that those above me at all figured out so I was just searching for a reason for them to have me sticking around to be honest but now everything has changed. Everything has changed the people above you and around you even the smartest the most successful. They've never faced something like this. Nobody has figured out. And that means there's opportunity there's opportunity to find those solutions because we don't have the answers. This is the time to figure out what do people need. And what can you do and maybe you can be the one to find that solution and it doesn't have to be something great. It just has to be something good because right now we all need something good and one thing that has happened is that need has equalised us just a few months ago. We often thought who do. I know that's the most powerful the most connected. How do I get my kid that opportunity somebody like me? My phone would be ringing off the hook with people whose kids are at the best schools. Want to do the best thing because they deserve the best opportunity now. Those opportunities have flown out the window. But the window isn't shot. You've just got to find a way through it. This is a chance for you to pick up the phone and make a cold call and write an email and share your idea with somebody who is in a position of power because guess what they need ideas. Everyone needs help. This is a time where you might not be shut out because you don't go to a certain school or you're from a certain place right now. We've realized that we're all not so different. We've talked about these divide so much over the last few years but the truth is in a time of crisis we realize rogers trying to take care of our families raw looking for the same thing. We all want to be socially free physically safe financially secure and at a time like this. We're realizing a lot of those preconceived notions we had about other people even our own families or our oldest friends who we didn't talk to anymore because the way they voted or the way they look to the way they thought with kind of push those things aside and thought more about who we care about and how we feel and even though. You're not sitting at a graduation ceremony with your dear family in the audience. Cheering you on right now. I would bet there's more people thinking about you and caring about you then ever before I've been on more zoom calls and gotten more emails with my oldest friends. I haven't spoken to in years in the last two months. I'm embarrassed to say neighbors that I barely knew just a few months ago. In some instances have been the most important people in my life even their wave or their gesture or them saying hello something we stopped doing in our super connected world where we had our heads in our phones. And we're just thinking about connecting connecting connecting but we disconnected to community. We forgot about the machine that makes the world work because when the machine stopped working we realized all the people and the functions that are in it and maybe we realized the importance of gratitude. And so I am grateful for everyone who brought me here to you today. I'm grateful for this opportunity and I want you all to know that you have a great opportunity ahead of you because we need a new game. We need a new solution. We can't have the people on top. Just climb higher and higher and the people down below lose their footing even more. We need good things to happen. We don't have to hold up in a super swank office with the greatest minds in industry. We just need good people to work together to care about one another and think of solutions. And here's the thing doing something. Good just something simple and basic if you did one every day and you piled those days up. That is a life of greatness. If the goal was to try to wake up happy and maybe go to bed even happier and do something for someone else. Something for someone who maybe isn't going to help you someone who can't advance your career. Because I think we misunderstood what networking opportunities were over the last few years your network isn't just someone who can get you that next great job because maybe that next great job won't exist. Your network is to care about others and hopefully have others care about you because I can tell you at a time when we're so worried about the people we love the most I think about this idea. Survival of the fittest. I don't WanNa be part of that. I don't WanNa win alone and I don't WanNa lose alone because even when you win alone you're all by yourself and being alone over. The last few months has reminded me how great it is to have a family and a community. Even if you don't agree with them on everything even if you don't like what they look or how they talk or what they say they care and I'd say when I lose it's even more because losing alone is pretty awful but when you lose on a team and someone else on that team picks you up helps you shake it off then you can make it through to the next day and right now as we collectively are facing one of the darkest moments if we work together if can be our finest hour and I look to you the class of twenty twenty to lead us in those next steps. We need new ideas. We need new solutions. So we turn to you. I wish you the best of luck. I congratulate you on this wonderful achievement and I can tell you that with you. We can do this because together together. We rise.

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"stephanie" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:10 min | 5 months ago

"stephanie" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie Miller Stephanie Miller yeah it is the Miller show someone who wants to know friends we just motivated us all I think so I think so it's hard to say I am a New Hampshire you're on with Rantula hi Stephanie unfortunately good this morning and I don't think it matters what Joe says he's talking like he was a criminal there's no NDA he's never had anyone do that and I have a funny feeling they're going to help bring him Katie kill him and I chose that for Democrats ran away from him we've never been accused of this I yeah I can't do it just one more thing I don't think I I don't think I don't think people are I mean I don't if France I don't know if you've read the whole USA today yeah about this and I listened first of all as I keep saying over and over again Bernie vetted this Bernie would have not dropped out if this he found this credible he would not have given Joe Bryan they full throated endorsement I believe Stacey Abrams on this with the other women have spoken out the leaders wine thanks to one extra piece it's like it's a sorry I have a we had a heartbreak with speaker Pelosi in a play with play which she said this morning but and I will talk good friends with take on it we were all along that is a fragile on the Stephanie Miller show this is W. C. P. T. eight twenty three can hear the Stephanie Miller show every weekday eight to eleven AM because facts matter with your Mayo Clinic radio health minute on jul St with about half of all men between the ages of forty and seventy experiencing.

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"stephanie" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"stephanie" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie Miller Tim in Michigan you're on seven or so hello Stephanie I offer my most sincere mea culpa about the dreaming of thing the one about the dreaming as the combo or get out and I you know if they are a little well I was just mad and with visa okay I have no idea which okay now that that the way I am looking forward to you reading and called her right yeah we don't stay up there yeah please wear your resistance your best resistance feature and hat at all so Chris no no I'll I'll have to be cleaned up for TV there will be no hatter resistance teacher R. O. okay yeah but anyway who's gonna win my what kind of outfit one all right don't make that drinking we're on TV now this is not like the old radio days were people can't see you making the motion of the well what do you think I have I have no expertise in that area of course you don't okay you took off your knee on bandage all I know you have a gaping wound showing to people on TV as it grows yes it's like the the stairs thing this long given again as selected to is what it is sorry myself and cook for my mom's last week yeah and then I felt I could care less two nights ago in the middle of the night trying to get now mom I can rent from parking is so I have seen both knees yet she's three fire all right you are watching grease fire yeah that's Michael is in New York City now you don't what to do about my mom yells up to one two was going on well let's get to the chase here first thought that Polly Platt ninety one quality mobile summary is depart summary it could be the trump family throwing words into parts mouse the thing is is that it does not it does not match up with the indictments the criminal convictions he did guilty pleas the thing is it doesn't fit and if it doesn't fit then it's not legit and I will also say that there's some weapon I yeah we are also by the way too legit to quit this are you know search for justice against weapon icing all do some summary I'm willing to bet that he his obsession with just trashing obamacare is just one of many trips to punish and retaliate against all critics yeah what you think yeah this is he's just hi powered by Obama hatred right this whole run was behaving Allah exactly being obsessed thank you for bringing them up is it wrong that I deliberately waited this long for Jon in South Carolina on the lord on the C. along he would hang on hi John what are you doing good here you go it was very I know a lot of your call I was freezing them but I but I don't because tutoring beagle for your playing and all about the collusion thing he didn't even journal clean well he he wrote a role to play out but you're not paying it yes you need to give that up to the we don't know what happened yet because we haven't seen the actual Miller we apologize I thought that was the matter asked by from South Carolina when John we've only seen five more I deliberately vindictive we vengefully left him like you to do an hour and a I thought it was about the mag I apologize good good John in South Carolina.

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"stephanie" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on The Corp

"Let's let's we have a few other questions. You want to get <hes> people bring in the big guy. We played his entrance music. Is it weird that you guys. Oh that would be that would be an all time. Is it weird when you guys do the up fronts. Do you bring your own entrance music doc. When you do the up fronts it depends i know. Haven't you ever seen. I'm going to get you sucker. Every superhero needs their own entrance music so we wanted to do this. Just because you guys are doing the upfront so we thought it'd be fun to have you both on for you minutes the first question listen i had to ask. We'll get that mic in front of <hes> paul triple. H i'm gonna call you triple. H if that's okay <hes> i have. I have to know how how your guys relationship survived being on punked. A i mean you guys got punked. You still got onto. Yes i got like do you trust her. After that yeah you still got to trust her. It was all it was all good fun in the moment and if i think there was a moment in time with a camera guy that i was threatening wasn't sure that it was quite yes whispered in his ear. Put that camera someplace. You're not going to enjoy so you you leave the room and i think he thought i was pretty serious. I have blocked that whole thing. I mean that's the ultimate betrayal to put put him on on punked by ashton kutcher triple h alcohol you. Dan trail punks yeah. I don't know but i don't know about the world you live but that's not the ultimate komo told you my age young putting going on punt was the of betrayal trail back of the hottest show so par born in new hampshire this discipline. Where does it come from because that's not just stephanie saying that's your reputation both as a as as a corporate businessman on the ring. Obviously we're both big fans is he's at mom. What does that come from yeah. I guess my parents just <hes> maybe from a from a standpoint i grew up in a very middle class home small house in nashua new hampshire you know and and they would just working class people but you know they were always about just doing what you need to do this. This is the day you have to do this and you do that and it's just about doing those things and making sure they get done and i don't know if that's where it comes from but for me i started <hes> i had an interest in in getting in the business and probably around round fourteen. I i started going to the gym with the intent of trying to get big enough to get in the wrestling business. <hes> and i think i was just one of those people. You know i i would read about arnold. Who's a big inspiration but i would. You know read about arnold who would say like you wanna you. Wanna you wanna be a professional at this. Do you want to get great at this or do you wanna go hang out with your friends. You wanna party you wanna right. He was the kid that did the opposite. I was the same thing i didn't. It's a funny almost like embarrassing story of mike. I'm the kid that didn't miss one day of in his entire high school career and they give you an award for that which is like over fever the ultimate moment getting the award for you're not missing a whole day of school but the reason i didn't miss school was because i couldn't go train if i did. That was the rule my mom had said like if you don't go to school you can't go to the gym wasn't missed the gym. I'm so it didn't matter how sick i was right. I just i went to school. I after school i was going to the gym and that was just the way it was food. It's a mindset the right <unk> when steph was talking about discipline of food for me. Food is a fuel. Do i enjoy food..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I have to say I understand though, we don't the votes, but you know, what they didn't give to that. They didn't have the votes to two rooms they knew they weren't going to convict Clinton. Right. Exactly. But they did. That's what I mean. Why don't we play by different rules? He if any president our history deserves to be impeached. It's this one you gotta make a stand for history. I mean, they absolutely went ahead knowing there's no way they were going to convict. And by the way, he had a seventy percent approval rating. No one thought he should be impeached for a consensual PJ. Right. And nobody cares about consensual BJ. Right. This is this is treason. I'm sorry. I don't care. What yet? I don't care what the criminal bar is. We have. All seen all of this out in open Mounteney open obstruction or conspiracy, or whatever you wanna call it. I I feel like I'm taking crazy pills Eileen like all of these Russian contacts, and you know, how just pleased as punch they were to accept help from hostile foreign power. I don't want you call that. But I call it treason. I'm trying to recall my history when when the whole thing was going on. I was a junior in high school. We knew what was happening in the clap. We're here. Who does a crap Worby? Prosecutor Jill wine, banks. She was there. Yeah. She was like four, but she was a baby prosecutor talk to her next on the Stephanie Miller show. Stephanie Miller you one puff cookie? It is the Stephanie Miller show. Okay. All right challenging little bit life thirty. Our Hello, free speech. Tv. Six eight one three five. All right..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Ladies and gentlemen. That's no moment. Doing all been waiting for the Stephanie Miller, Joe and operation. Marica? Yeah. Stephanie Miller show Pauling bowl every second of every day of every minute of the Donald Trump is poised upon America. Callable on a bar who we will talk to Watergate prosecutor, Jill wine banks coming up. But it is absolute did I say yet Chris yet? Yes, you did inserting himself. This is a remember this is a PR release by lackey this is not the Muller report. So and we are entitled to it, by the way, did you see Rudy Giuliani who remains incredibly bad at his job Maha said. I expected. With ory ramming trip. I can't believe he got away with it. Dory. Several legal said that they actually seemed surprised Zeo quiet. Trump was all weekend because they know the underlying report is is terribly damaging. Right. I mean, so the fact that like they they were since does he ever shot the right, right? I think they were surprised. But again, they shouldn't be because he did Bara exactly what he did in his audition. Right. That this was exactly what he said. The president's above the law. He can't possibly have obstructed Justice, yada. Yada, yada. Ari? So we listen to this. Jin with Russia. The most ridiculous thing I've ever heard. There was no collusion with Russia. It was no struck kin. And none whatsoever. And it was a complete and total exoneration. No, no. Gli the only we didn't even get a full sentence from the actual Mullah report. Chris the one we did does not exonerate president does not exonerate. Okay. Again, everybody. There's so many questions that have not been answered that the American public has a right to know for white every single person of the hundred contacts in the Trump campaign made with Russia. Lied about it, right? Joy Reid said shouldn't we hear Muller's conclusions directly from him and not the interpretation from Trump's handpicked AG? Just everyone can come together around the same set of facts. Thank you. Yes. Alright. By the way. This. He did this on purpose. Just to further. Make our heads explode. He calls himself year president. Oh god. I okay. Yeah. It's a shame that our country to go through this. To be honest. It's a shame that you president has had to go through this for before. I even got elected it began and began illegally. And hopefully somebody's gonna look at the other side. This was and legal take down that fail. You are not my president. And Furthermore, shot Donnie will never be my president. I Representative Eric small well yesterday been dozens of indictments already people have gone to jail people are on their way to jail, and I don't know if other work has been farmed off to other offices like the southern district of New York with respect to Michael Cohen. So I will accept the Mola report. If I hear it from Mr. molar because I have respect for the rule of law. And I know my fellow colleagues do, but this is a test for the rule of law and our country right now, it's had a wrecking ball taken to it. And what we do next will determine whether it's still stands. Yep. Thank you end up one more Representative. So with Mr. bar, look I'll trust, but we have to verify. So we will see the full report because the president is outnumbered. We have now the subpoena. Power judiciary that will uphold the precedence from the Nixon era. However, I also think we will probably have to hear from Bob molar himself. I don't know how we could just accept it at Mr. bars word without the lead investigator telling us, whether he was limited in any way, or whether there were lines that he wanted to pursue that he was not able to. I think the American people will need to hear from Mr. Mola. Yep. You heard that? Right. Chris..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Some. I think my point is what's have whoever's back. It is gets this nomination in a way we all didn't have Hillary's because because we're we really are in the fight of our lives this time, Eric, right? We are. And and I think that just again that just adds to the incentive the primary people, you know, even folks like you, and I who were who were complaining and writing about it and talking about in real time in two thousand sixteen. I mean, even every now and for research, I go back and look at specific elements. It just blows your mind. I mean, the whole thing in real time. Just completely blows your mind. And and the fact that she was able to get three million more votes than Trump based on all the things she's lived through and suffer a lot of it had to do the press. Just absolutely a astonishing astonishing. So we should drop this whole idea. Oh, she was a bad candidate and things like that. And and and and and and build up all the good things you did. Drop the the what do you call it the twelve what's the Kamarck of Queensberry rules. We got everybody break off a bottle. And let's go twenty twenty. All right love, Eric. Thank you next week. By the way, I love this one Venice tweeted south bend mayor. Peter Jag candidate for the democratic nomination. For president speaks Norwegian Spanish, Italian, Maltese, Arabic dairy and French. He's a road scholar an Afghan veteran and a concert pianist. Meanwhile, did you see the headline Trump hits himself in the head with golf club blames catty just I saw that. Oh god. Oh, God fifty Buddha. Judge footage Huda judge. Let's me. One minutes after the hour, we roll along on the Stephanie Miller show. That is such. I can hardly stand. It. It's Stephanie Miller show. Stephanie miller. Stephanie miller. Yep. Yep. Yep. It is the Stephanie Miller show Intuit Watergate prosecutor, Jill wine banks up on the big show. So little time so much bolt so many questions legal, and otherwise it's interesting that you took issue with my Joe, Biden and Stacey. Yes. I listen to you and Travis polite chipmunks what a wonderful idea fantastic. No after you. Why? Thank you, Joe and all my female friends in Ireland. This is simple. I thought it was a high behind the black league that he prop. I thought some very interesting thinking outside the box that being said, I would be thrilled with the by Adams. Campaign my heart out for it. I just you know, I I mean, I've said I will again. But I am a common fan. I gonna I'm gonna be Kamla Sunday. Oh, good. Yeah. I can't wait. Do you remember when I came out on Larry King? She was on Larry King that same night. She goes day. Yeah. Oh, when she was attorney general and her people that really wants to meet you up to and then it never sort of happens..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"And the information bald is often too sensitive to make public again until we see the mal report this we don't know all the reasons what public officials found to be compromise often leave their post quietly rather than being brought into the spotlight. So anyway, let me just conclude and get your take Schiff is concerned that the question of foreign influence on Trump through his finances may not have been. Fully explored by Muller. If at all from what we can see you publicly, otherwise, it's very much open question. Whether this is something special counsel has looked at he added the red line, Trump drum Trump, drew Muller examining, his personal finances is not a line that can be observed and still protect the country. Yeah. That is. Go ahead. It is great. And you've got to go through his finances. We don't know whether they're actually has been a payoff. We don't know whether the Trump Tower meeting involves some exchange of cash, we do know that he did publicly offer a bribe of Ladimir Putin of fifty million dollar Pennells. That's real these things all occurred is Donald Trump compromised in some way, shape or form right now. Sarah Sanders, saying no Robert Muller has fully exonerated him. Now. Now, he has not hasn't it all let me just tell you real quick for sure. Yeah. I'm not gonna he wanted to. We've always run short time. But I wanted to do my thing tweeted because so many Americans have so many questions, and we are entitled to answer. She said, why did Paul Manafort share highly confidential polling data with Russian intelligence? What did the Russians do with it in which states in Americans were targeted with that data as a result? I wanna know what what I want to know is why are all. All these other people in jail or have gone to jail like Mike Flynn lying about their Russian context. Popadopoulos lying about their Russian context. Then none of that Maria Boutin ah is going to prison if not exchanged spice, rob my in her boyfriend actually wrote down how do you respond to signing a contract with the FSB? This is impossible this whatever standard, you're using. I wanna see I wanna see all the FBI three. Oh, two's. I want to see the intercepts. I wanna see everything now because you're telling me, the grip that Russia did all this stuff and the Trump campaign just had the largest effing coincidence in the history of mankind. No. Yeah. You know, what I say about coincidence takes a lot of planning nance's law. All right. Thanks for talking down this weekend. Thanks for talking down this morning. All right. All right. I said get out there, and you know, defend a mockery. There we go. Thank you, Malcolm. Twenty two minutes after the hour, we roll along. He'll windings coming up bowler. We've got to be show. Stephanie Miller show. What is what is this? Let's go on the Stephanie Miller show. Stephanie million? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It is the Stephanie Miller show walk to Jill wine banks coming up. Eric Boehlert exciting. We have some breaking news. Yes. Kellyanne Conway was just on FOX and friends, and she says says that Adam shifts should resign. Oh, really? Yes. He'll you'll he will get right on now, quite cert. We're we're working on getting on. Adam tweets rubber mill Robert Muller concluded he could not exonerate a Donald Trump in Americans deserve to know, why the decision to not not depress Q Trump was made by his hand. Picked attorney general is based on a false legal premise, congress must subpoena Muller. Thank you, Tom styrofoam. I'm doing a town hall insurance district next week here in Los Angeles..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"But we need to see this report on reacted. And I mean, this is why this is always been the purview of congress. This was the first count against Richard Nixon. It is that that is what if this guy up impeached. I don't know if we could ever impeach anybody. I mean what I think Tom Steiner, our friend. I'm doing a town hall with him need to impeach in shifts district next Tuesday here in LA, Karen, I'm telling you, I I am I rip off this morning. I am now. I am too. And you have your, but he, but he said there are ten grounds of impeachment that we have tons of evidence for this only concerns too. Yeah. No enough is enough. And like you said numerous times if we had to see the entire report about Bill Clinton, you know, and his BJ give me a break. And can I just say I love you all the more that you use the term circles are I know something about that. I think why would we think bars any different than any of these other sycophants? Yeah. Dear leader on this. Yeah. I just oh my God. Well, look, we have to call Representative have to get loud and demand this bowl and blue soon. Nami in twenty twenties is at a bare minimum. I mean, this this is, you know, you're right. We have to fight on every every ground. We can this is not the time to give up him not giving up. No place to go either. So I love you guys to back. Alright. Thank you. Honey. Just welcome back. Thank you going all officer and a gentleman. I go literally true. Barely get invited anywhere. Eighteen minutes. You're speaking with Tom Steyer. That's true downshift. Oh, and I'd have to debate and Coulter on Friday Friday's not like I have nothing to look forward to. That's a thing by the way. You did. Great against Tony Laron. Here's tom. I've been a ten ten atomic Tammy or whatever. Thanks, thanks. That was pleasant. Why don't you? Call her Tammy to her face. I did I did. And I said I'm sorry because she thought it was cute to call a bed of Robert Wright. And I was like, oh, okay. Tammy that was a good one. I'm sorry. What is it? Oh me. I'm going to punch in cultivating a basket. Eighteen just kidding. I'm kidding everybody. Back up this morning. Eighteen minutes after the hour, we roll along on the Stephanie Miller show. Taken as they feel. It's the Stephanie Miller show. Stephanie miller. Children. Yeah. It is the Stephanie Miller show, the vacation poltergeists have struck again, unfree speech TV at Chris Hetty, watch that or free speech dot org.

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"But how you gonna Vince people in Florida? The same book smart as everybody else. That's just it's this allusion people have that is kind of what led people in the middle of the country to vote for Trump because he spoke to then them, he didn't speak over them. They feel the condescension. They feel patronizing because we are including people of faith. Yeah. I should get the nomination because coastal would not feel that for me. That's I cut my coastal spy working in my basement in a baseball cap. I'm a woman of the people as are. All right. He'd barron. Williamson I listen, I've sent people now to your website. I'm probably caches probably pouring in. You're probably passing the threshold. Don't you think it's your spiritual duty to find my future wife, and then to perform the ceremony going to have dinner with me? I'm hitting on you. The sending you out into the universe to find my women. Then you will you will do the ceremony. Right. You're aren't your deigned in some something? Yeah. I will even look for the right woman. There you go see, and then that will be doing a lot of traveling. Yeah. So. That was a fucking miracle. I think the wife it goes without saying that women women all over this country and probably elsewhere addressing it. Oh, if only I got a date with Stephanie. I'll that see she put it out there in the universe. Williamson. You are delight back war three times. Because I counted to no one. Go to her website right now Marianne twenty twenty Marianne Williamson everybody in house. Oh..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Christmas wish or holiday wish my wishes that everybody continues to stand up for their rights and fight back against discrimination, harassment and abuse because a lot of people are doing it and winning? And it's a very exciting time was your prediction for twenty one thousand nine Trump is going down at could be as soon as twenty nineteen. There's no way he can withstand this many investigations into all of his lies and corruption. You know, it's not just Mahler. It's not just the southern district of New York. It's the new York Attorney General there are a lot of private lawsuits. He's been getting away with so much nonsense for so long. And now it's all coming back to haunt him. Hi, this is Jessica Michelle singleton. What is your Christmas? Wish my Christmas wish is that Trump will go away and peace on earth. And then I'll get a bigger button and beast kidding. I'm fine. And do you have any news resolutions? Self care. I want to take care of myself. I wanna do yoga, and then be able to translate that into being a better, happier person. So I can be helpful them more people and how about do you have any predictions for twenty nineteen twenty nineteen. I'm no I'm so scared. I don't know. We're all going to be really happy and everything's gonna be. Okay, head right. Sure. Sure. Yeah. I don't know. I don't I keep the VAR pretty low. I guess that's good. I am here with Ryan night. K project sister, and what is your Christmas wish this year? My Christmas wish is for Donald Trump junior to be indicted before Christmas and for America to keep coming together. And do you have a prediction for twenty nineteen? My prediction is that Donald Trump does not make it past twenty nineteen fair enough. Hi, this is Katherine VGA. I'm the creator of the series army wise and also the upcoming writer director of Christy Martin. And what is your Christmas wish this year? You know, my Christmas wish is that everyone finds their voice. And I think in the last two years, we have found a voice I have heard people speak up who never spoke up before Pete women and men who are fifty and sixty years old. So I think in the future we've learned that our voice matters. And that speaking up is important, and that ultimately bullies rely on our silence and fear, and I just I'm really excited. I think that people have found their voice and that really to push the world forward and our beliefs and. I'm thrilled. And what is your prediction for twenty nineteen? I actually think there there's going to be upheaval because as soon as you say to the NFL among us that you have to grow. That's painful growth is always painful. But I think ultimately we're going to end up on the right side of things and we're going to push the ball forward. All right. Who am I talking to right now? My name is Madeline fusion, although many of you know, me as the twelve year old pundit from the Stephanie Miller show, and what is your Christmas wish I wish for individual number one to impeach. Although I know many other people share that wish I'm still wishing it or, hey, I'm here with Judy Thanou to the goddess petite flower, give her goddess fashion plates, Saint earth, mother hostess geisha girl, buffer foreheads. He'll hermaphrodites. Yeah bond. Yvonne about town. You're you've gotten a lot more time since lost on. I've talked to you titles. Okay. Yeah. I think you might be perfect for this thing. Do you have a Christmas wish this year? Yes. I want children released from their cages. Okay. What is going on? This is just wrong, not to mention everything. But I yeah. I want children because you know, really Christmas for children. In fact, I always feel like celebrating Christmas is not right unless you're around a child, you know, and so especially I I just think about those little kids, you know. And I I'm like I wanna go bitch slap that hog up there in that White House, and you know, and his and oh and malaria. Oh, yes, is it's it's it's wonderful having my vampire raid. Do you like my employer rate trees? No. We don't like them bitch. That's the blood of these young children. You are on. Sorry..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Listen to me again. This is the tip of the iceberg. We're gonna find out a lot more. There is no way as Hillary and others have said that they knew how to microtarget those voters in swing states, and that a hack into Twenty-one stays we're at the tip of the iceberg less unless they had a little help from there. There's no way known her women is. Is is this party? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Well, that's you know, a lot of people ROY exists more Mr. teach glory over thanks to give her the news. I you know, what this was it was so cool with that. You said that and that we captured that in the film. Well, but you know, what's. We always wanted to be there for the less sexy. Liberal doing our victory lap for Hillary's victory. And then the being fucking Trump's inauguration in the women's March. So there we were and it was so so great to be able to share that moment with you in that it made it in the film. Listen, Netflix, lady, I understand that a lot of my scenes ended up on the cutting room floor. What's that about because I heard I was in a lot more. I would like you're in a quite a bit. All right. They all show showed some of the rioting outside in the streets, which I missed, but the producer was standing outside camera and all of a sudden rioting cow. Got you see that in the document. All right, listen, I I'm I'm going to try to be your Barbara Walters. And try to get you to cry in this interview, white can I first of all why don't you drink? What's up with that? It's the happy hour. I knew that you weren't going to drink. I'm going to she's got another. You'll see the film. You can't get anything personal out of her. I don't drink alcohol never ever. But especially if I know I'm going to be doing this Stephanie Miller show because I have to be like right on top of everything. Otherwise, she's going to catch. I wouldn't make crying bad way. In a good point out. I mean crying is fine. I always say, and I said it on your show. I we cry and then we fight. Right. Well, what if I cry? What if I get one cry because you won't answer certain can do that with me. I'll just finished his show myself. It's. Fine. Not a problem. Ever moments in the film producers. We're trying to ask you something about your personal life..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"She, she would take the phone off the hook when she's hungry. And I would see the photo light up and then go and she'd be sitting by her bowl is like room service. You're not talking to anyone. Yup. Yeah. This well, I don't think I'm embarrassed her yet. I know this is funny. She's not drinking like Luli did. Yeah, exactly. All right. Stephanie lily. I want I wanted to dam of typecast. I wanted to raise you facial your though. The earth is a face. Listen, I'm gonna call me back on after that. I don't want to say at all. I just wanted to call you and see how badly I million my myself yesterday. Totally drunk. But anyway, coming back when you can. Love, you. Love your show. Love you. Everything's going good. Bye. Drinking champagne. I may have whether champagne I may have over served her. Driver? Yes, she's into driving safe. I love that message that is. Some of the face. Next time here. I'm gonna tell you how long. Oh, yeah. You have just reminded that you did not do that on your podcast. Call Fiji will. You famously I mean, you've worked with every other comedy legend. I mean, just show biz legend. Julie Andrews, I mean, share all of those sketches. I mean, I I was reading again. I forgot about twenty eight piece. Orchestra twelve dancers to guest stars week sixty five costumes a week. I mean, so when people say you couldn't even vaguely do this today, no way, no way because the cost would be prohibited. Right? And no network would have faith in it, right, right. But I mean, I the other thing was where was you were talking about the project you did with Amy Poehler and produced it, and I just thought it was so sort of hilarious name. What's that household script? It was amazing. So funny. Listen, I have a lot of COPA. Got okay. But anyway, you basically we're just talking about how TV is done today and you were like, forget it. This is really talking about how many network notes, kind of tell you, Amy, Poehler. How to do comedy. Yeah. And you're just like, you know what? This is just not this. Everyone's the comedy, the, the actual taping of the pilot went well. It went really funny the audience, loved it, and you know, and we thought, okay, this is great. Then the network came in and said, they wanted to replace two of the actors who were really good, really good. They just wanted more diversity and so forth. And then talking about how the writer, Michael Saltzman, who is very talented writer should change some of the script and do, and they don't go have a right, right. I mean, and so the Michael did and I read it, and I said, this isn't as funny as what we did right there, and he and he said, I, I, I understand. And I said, you know what? He said, what he wanted. Pitch it. Again. I said, you know what? I, I'm too old for this. Yeah, I, I never had to go through this my show and I just don't want some. Yeah, network suit. Yeah, or skirt coming in and say, oh, well, this is how you should do this. This is how you should do that. Mr. Palley who ran CBS of when I started, he just said, here's your show. Go do it. You're the artists him. I'm the businessman be out. And if I were you, I would have disloyally taken my Mark Twain award out and use it as a paper with Shelley winters with her. Yeah, somebody said, what? What's your experience you're spiritually pulled out her Oscar and said, this is my experience. She's been and that she said you, I did. She have to Oscars, fits this one, and this is the. I can't remember what ridiculous show it was doing, but I am was my favorite network. Note. They came to my head writer in me, and they said, do you have to make fun of things. You have to work. So blue Stephanie's my my head writers like, well, yeah, I mean, it's comedy. We have to have targets. I did have, oh, there was one time, but it wasn't with my show. It was when I was doing special and the special was with Lucy and zero still..

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"stephanie" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"I i digits no with euro as it's deeper than that right like yeah it was it's deeper than that and so there's that that balance of i'm usually i usually react way stephanie did and try and break it all down yet but instead because she was doing that i just kind of i dunno i didn't need ken sarowiwa's now at an yeah yeah you just get their together yeah and that's like that was definitely that point of of realising there's no there is no right answer it's chooser an adventure and hoodoo i want to to do this with do i think like there are some people may be where like some people story is that if it deal the only truth is like the reality that you know for people who think that god has put this one person in front of them and that's their one person at the only person that can never be with maybe that's true i don't know the answer to that i didn't have that in thought it was there are lots of possible people that i can be with we had it's up to us to make this to make this person that one person and i choose for this person to be that one person and i was actually had a bachelor party wissam friends muir up early one morning and my friend david's at me had like dating this grow even dating for a little while hat like what's the deal i'm ramirez girl and he said you know like there are so many girls in the world had he know that she's the right one and as i don't care and.

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"stephanie" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"Having my single life i don't know how intentional at was like at some point it was intentional but getting into a process of like oh my single life like seventy was talking about to be about being the best version of me that i can become so that hopefully when it's time to like when i meet that person and a dating them and then i get married to them i will have to focus on being the best me i can pocus i'm being the best husband right like sky the more i know about me before we get married or the more i understand myself in and have put good like healthy habits and like thought processes and and know what i need and what i don't need in what i it's easy for me to to given was hard for me to give him what i like the more it can do those things the better i'm setting myself up two when the time comes to need like to have to grow into a good husband have the room to do that it makes a lot of sense travel was a huge piece of it like i didn't just a guy back packed in europe but i also went on like mission ships in high school and learned a lot that way and then like did the backtracking thing in europe for a few months after i graduated but then i did like stephanie i did the world race and i went to eleven countries for a year i spent a year the to not get too far into it where i was at a poised that like set me up there for that was that i had just graduated i just in the stripper europe's i kind of had this taste for travel but i come out of a really long relationship in we broke up because i was not who i wanted to be and i knew i need to figure some things out plus it was like the heart of this recession and i couldn't get a job make me what do i want to do i.

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"stephanie" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"Hey friends welcomed the girls night i'm stephanie may wilson and i am so happy that you're here each week girlfriend over and we talked through one of the biggest questions we have a better life is women for talking about french ships in faith in relationships of competence butter calling in life and how to live every bit of our lives with absolute fall life is so much better and easier an absolutely more fun movie navigate it together is girlfriends and i cannot wait to get started okay so france listen we have something super special at a little bit different for you in today's episode and i am so excited about it today mice me friend mari is hopping back into the host here and she's going to be interviewing me but she's nashes interviewing me i've not night guest her alone sitting right next to me is mice we husband carlsson that's right we have a boy here a girl's night but guys i promise he's worth the in our conversation today maris asking carla night all the questions were asked most often by my sweet readers in listeners questions we rarely get a chance to answer we're gonna be sharing how we met all about her first date how we knew each other with the one will be sharing our best dating advice our best advice for how to prepare for a really great marriage and so much more this conversation was so much fun crawl is hilarious and so so why's i cannot wait for you to get to know him better but before we jump in i just wanted to give you all a quick reminder that registration for my online course make the most of your single life opens up in just one week i only teach the course twice a year in the next time is just around the corner i am so excited about it so if you haven't had a chance to check it out yet here are just a few of the things we talk about in this spitefully course we talk about how to fill this season with joy in contentment had to use the seat.

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