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Argentina: 7 Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter in Maradona Death
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting seven people have been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Diego Maradona seven health professionals have been charged in Argentina with involuntary manslaughter in the death of soccer legend Diego Maradona late last year I don't know died November twenty fifth of a heart attack two weeks after undergoing brain surgery he was sixty prosecutors received the medical board report this month that concluded my daughter was in agony for more than twelve hours did not receive adequate treatment and could still be alive if he had been properly hospitalized the charges were filed against the two leaders of Maidana's medical team and five other health professionals hi Mike Rossi out
Michael Wilbon on Basketball Hall of Fame Weekend
"Late on sunday night and of the many differences between you and tony kornheiser who goes to bed before nine. Thirty your ability to thrive in the evening that might be. The biggest distinction might be more similar than people know. We're willing to admit a public. But yeah i don't i don't get goin' get two or three o'clock in the afternoon as you already. Yes so when you get going in two or three o'clock and you live out twelve hour just a twelve hour day you've got gotta go to two or three o'clock in the morning. Tony starts at four o'clock in the morning. There's nowhere to go where we go with that. Getting up at four is the craziest thing ever well where he is not going. Mike as of yet at least is where you just were over the weekend because user are officially a member of the basketball hall of fame. You just got back from your induction so allow me to be is at the nine th person the ten millionth person to tell you. Congratulations can i get in at that point in the long wave before. You're waiting for that one. But i will tell you that myself on that level with with hall of fame going to do that vulnerable wanna pulitzer prize. I could lord. That were people. Because that's the industry man and that's our ultimate hall of fame and i ain't gonna win windows' there are people who win this weekend. I mean i stood After the speech and i looked out there and people are getting a standing ovation yulia serving. And it's charles in it's magic johnson. Like like that's not a reverse situation and mike tyson. Mike is that
How A Tiny Dog Helped Me Find My Way
"My dog's name is pepper. And i got him in the spring of two thousand six which is also the year. Both my parents had cancer. I was almost old enough to rent a car. But not quite. I lived at home with my parents. Well i lived with my dad most of that year because my mom was receiving cancer care out of state but more on that later. My dad also had parkinson's disease. I had graduated college three years before and in the inbetween time. I'm not sure exactly what i did. Other than quitting law school after six weeks checking out books from the library and surfing the internet which must have been boring. Because i probably had a super slow connection and there was no twitter. I also started working at a tennis club. Maybe ten to twelve hours a week. I was existing. But i didn't have anything close to a clear direction. Then my mom got diagnosed with a serious type of cancer. My dad got diagnosed with a less serious type and everything suddenly felt super dark. Like hell the florida skies become ferociously black when the massive summer thunderstorms descend. I don't remember what was going through my head during that time. I didn't keep a journal. And the only thing i'm good at remembering is random sports stuff but it seems likely. I felt scared and isolated while my mom was away undergoing multiple surgeries my dad and i- cohabitated in our traditional fashion. We mostly kept to our respective of the house and bumped into each other at mealtimes and when he wanted me to drive him to lows or the driving range so maybe. It's not so surprising that i decided i needed a dog to keep me. Company the chihuahua. All my parents got me. When i was five had died three or four years before so naturally the only type of dog i considered getting was a chihuahua
Oils for Singers and the Belly Button Method
"I'm here with danielle. So lawf- who is a portrait photographer in the philadelphia area and vocal performer. She has a passion for making people comfortable in front of the camera as well as for education in natural solutions in health and wellness. She is happily married to her. Best friend matt has to amazing daughters and a for baby. Named duncan danielle. Welcome to the show. How are you. I am well. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. I'm excited to. We're going to go into some fun places today in this conversation so when you were first introduced to essential oils. Did you ever think like what the heck is essential oils have to do is photography. Yeah i certainly did. But i quickly learned what how. They could be incorporated into photography as a photographer. You're constantly lugging around very heavy equipment. I have two herniated disks in my back from from that. And i've quickly learned how oils can help with pain. Discomfort from you. Know lugging the camera equipment around all day So i have used a cd. Bomb hanaway blend. And it's you know for my back and any sore. You know your neck if you're shooting a wedding which i don't really do as much anymore but you're on your feet for twelve hours. And you're lugging around camera equipment all day and some of those oils are life changing in that situation. I'm also a newborn photographer So i will very often diffuse lavender during a session for the bbc because we know they love it. I also gift my newborn moms seedlings products as a thank. You
North Korean hackers target security researchers
"North korean hackers targeting security researchers. Google threatened houses group. One that north korean government sponsored hackers are again targeting security researchers on social media something previously seen back in january. The attackers use fake twitter and lincoln. Social media accounts and of set up a fake website for the company securely climbing to offer offensive security services site hasn't yet been set up to deliver malicious content but has been edited. Google safe browsing as a precaution with known fake profiles reported by google and now removed the similar effort. Back in january attempted to install back doors into security researchers machines using zero day vulnerabilities and says it's likely the group has news zero days to exploit if they're trying the approach again report details data sent from mobile operating systems professor. Douglas j. life from trinity college at the university of dublin published a report looking at the telemetry data sent by an android devices on the os level. Finding that both os has sent data even opting out and not logged in. I m hardware serial numbers cookies and ip addresses. Were among the information sent with iowa sending some location data although up more data overall roughly one megabyte every twelve hours compared to fifty two kilobytes on both platforms transmitted data. Roughly every four point five minutes in response to the findings apple said the report misunderstands. How personal location data is protected. Google disputed the papers methodology and said it will release public documentation on the telemetry data. Collected does have the resources to succeed. Congress created the cyber security and infrastructure security agency inside the department of homeland security roughly two years ago in the wake of russian interference in the twenty sixteen election dedicated to focusing defensive cybersecurity. However recent interviews with current and former staff by politico found the roughly two thousand person agency maybe to stretch recovering from recent high profile breaches to prepare for future ones. The agency already had its hands. Full helping state and local election officials protect their systems ahead of the twenty twenty election before the solomons supply chain attack and recent microsoft exchange server. Exploits came to light. Current staffers report being somewhat exhausted with not enough personnel to fill out threat hunting. An incident response teams staffers. Acc is able to largely meet the security needs of other federal agencies but is struggling to provide support to private sector infrastructure companies. Still staff reports morale remains generally high with confidence a can fulfill its mission an energized by recent political appointees to dhs
Monday’s blaze uprooted more than 45,000 mostly ethnic Rohingya
"The reindeer refugees who lost everything in a massive at a camp in southern bangladesh. Need the world support more than ever. That's the message from the. Us emergency relief. Chief mark lowcock his released fourteen million dollars from a central fund to support thousands of families that coupon camp in southern bangladesh. Monday's blaze up rooted more than forty. Five thousand mostly ethnic ringer. The cause of the fire is still unknown. As is the exact number of casualties at the camp. You in children's fund spokesperson. James elder told you a news shortly after the blaze was brought under control u. n. team on the ground have been reporting. I've the last twelve hours that they have not really seen anything at the scale and intensity that has ripped through homes. You've got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you end reporting at the moment that at least fifteen people dead four hundred missing tens of thousands so again already living a very difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they call their homes. And what have a mega positions. They had a statement on thursday. Mr lowcock described the refugees who fled what top officials of liken to ethnic cleansing in myanmar. In two thousand seventeen as one of the world's most vulnerable communities they need our support now more than ever as the covid nineteen pandemic continues to take its toll and with the approaching monsoon season. The un emergency relief coordinator explained.
Fire At Rohingya Refugee Camp Leaves Hundreds Missing, Thousands Homeless
"At least fifteen. People have died in a massive fire at refugee camp in southern bangladesh. Home mainly to ruin this fled neighbouring myanmar. In four hundred are still missing. That's the latest on tuesday from u. n. teams in refugee volunteers on the ground at cox's bazar. We need to rebuild quickly ahead of the upcoming monsoon. Is you in children's fund spokesperson. James tells you a news. Daniel johnson what we know the mum. It is Across an area that really is the largest settlement for refugees planet. Life is already very difficult based on the intensity the lack of space which they leave and there's been a fire like yesterday bangladesh. Tom literally his ripped through what is arena refugee camp now. Un teams on the ground have been reporting. I've the last twelve hours not really ever seen anything of this scale and intensity that has through homes. What you've got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you end reporting at the moment that at least fifteen people dead full hundred a missing tens of thousands of again already living a very difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they call their homes and whatever meager positions they had so it's a disaster it's unfolding. It really looked like despite all the efforts to bring it under control the fire it continued to ride for the camps and it really any slowed once it reached my in roads and water bodies. Do you know what started the fire. Nobody there is no clarity at the moment there. Typical those in charge of looking into the investigation and causes and so on doing that right now and they say no from word on on cause of the fire. But you've got ten people up to ten people living in each shelter mainly women and children. I understand yeah. The thing with the camp saw that we are talking about. I mean almost half a meter. At least four hundred and fifty thousand ringgit children are in those camps they making up just over one into now again a staggering numbers but that's four hundred and fifty thousand children who already living very difficult circumstances or went through horrendous circumstances to have to move in the first place at really is to make things much worse for children from a unicef point of view what we try to do with these kids. Don't just about helped back saying it's about learning centers unfortunately we many of those learning santa's of burnt to the ground. So you for all these kids who enjoyed son much indicted i live is unimaginably hod just a bit
UN teams assisting tens of thousands of refugees, after massive fire rips through camp in Bangladesh
"The un and partners are rushing to help forty five thousand people who've lost everything in a massive fire in cox's bazar refugee camp bangladesh. The majority women and children will than nine thousand shelters housing up to ten people with damaged in the blaze. While the un migration agency iowa said that its largest health clinic in the vast complex had been destroyed in the blaze. The cause of the fire is still unknown. As is the exact number of casualties at the camp. Which is home to hundreds of thousands of people who fled persecution in myanmar in twenty seventeen. Here's you and children's fund spokesperson james elder. Un teams on the ground have been reporting the last of twelve hours. They've not really ever seen anything of the scale and intensity that has ripped through harms. You've often got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you in reporting the moment that at least fifteen people dead full hundred missing tens of thousands who again were already living a difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they called their homes and whatever meager possessions they had ranga volunteers and un teams worked through the night to respond to the most immediate needs of victims. Assistance includes shelter. Kits that will allow people to begin to rebuild their homes as well as emergency items including blankets solar lights mosquito nets and jerry cans with the start of the monsoon looming. Rebuilding is critical. Iom said it needs at least twenty million dollars to respond to most urgent needs which include helping people to reconstruct monsoon proof shelters emergency latrines and the destroyed health facility.
How Chris Wilson Went From Life In Prison To A Life Of Meaning And Purpose
"Chris. Welcome to the unmistakable. Creative thanks so much for taking the time to join us. Thanks for having me. It is my pleasure to have you here. So i actually came across your story up because of an article that you wrote on medium about the books that change your life in prison and i remember reading through that and my first reaction was jesus this guy Learn to speak multiple languages. Read all these books for hey. I went to berkeley. And i didn't do anywhere near that in four years of college So we'll get into that. But i think i want to start with what i think is a fitting question that i tend to ask a lot of people and that is what did your parents do for work. And how did that end up. Impacting the choices that you ended up making throughout your life in your so gr growing up. My mom started her career as a nurse. How after she graduated from college and then she went back to school and she got a couple of certifications became a paramedic and pretty much work in the medical field. Emergency response feel for For like the rest for life and so. My dad was Electrician so he worked for electric company. So that's what they did. What what impacted they end up having you in terms of the direction you end up going well. My mom Had raised me by ourselves because my dad and my mom got divorced when i was eight months. No my father wasn't really a part of my life growing up but the impact of my mom had me is like my mom because she was a paramedic. She worked twelve hour shifts. So i was still with my grandmother Monday through finding a civil my mom on the weekends and so i would. Just kind of like a hybrid. So my grandmother's neighborhood was like a really tough neighborhood. washington dc. This was late eighties early nineties and my mom lived outside of dc maryland. And a pretty like you know. Middle class neighborhood was nice. It was mixed white people black people in everything was like really cool around a but My mom when i had time to spend. What does she instilled in me. A good work ethic entrepreneurship in and being nice and respectful. Mom for the most part at least initially when i was younger mike. Thanks changes certain point. So i wonder what that point changes because i remember you. There's something that you said in the book. And this is one of those things like i. I look at basically took everything that a highlight and underline and put it into a document. But you said you know when you start from a place like division avenue. Life's fragile you don't get to make mistakes because you don't have a safety net but and you know when i when i read that and i was going through the book I remember going to school an probably. What was the worst neighborhood in a place called bryant texas and it was in seventh grade and it was by far the most dangerous area of town and i used to have to stay there late at night because i worked at the university. So it'd be terrified as this seventh grader after basketball practice but i also think that to some degree probably i have certain biases about that neighborhood. Ob just baked into how. I was raised by And so i wonder what about what about those kind of environments. Do you think that we have misperceptions about from you. Know media like my immediate thought was. Oh this is probably just like boys in the hood rob so like how accurate is stuff like that. Well i would look at it differently right a little bit. I would say. I mean you're right in the sense that folks have their biases about Neighborhoods like that. But i think what people don't think about is what would have conditions in policies that will put in place to make these neighborhoods. The waiting. Were you know so like police Name was policed in. You know people just being harassed by the police. That's what happened with. Like when i was growing up. Only come through his jump out. Pakistan folks didn't own a home folks Couldn't get jobs so there was a lot of stuff but these were like based off for policies put in place that kinda like creed atmosphere what he's neighborhoods dangerous so always important for people to remember that So that's something that you know. I don't think people think about no well. I mean you. And i were talking about this before we hit record here I remember dave chapelle talking about you know with your an african american men. Your relationship to law enforcement is fundamentally different than that of other people like you actually have a relationship of fear of the very people who are basically put in society to protect you absolutely absolutely Better than us especially at my neighborhood on weight it was just all black people and so only interaction while white people were police and when they would it would pat down. It wasn't like nice. It wasn't like it would ask. Holiday was so we grew up this way and then when stuck what happened in our neighborhood. I'd say shoot something like that and like folks like neighbors or call the police. It'd take a mike thirty five minutes. Get it twenty. Minutes or maybe. Sometimes they didn't even show up so this was a relationship with them growing up in. So is this like naturally like and then we see people on. Tv shot by police like all the time. So it's something like it's a survival mechanism to just be you know worried police.
House prepares to pass $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, and Biden is expected to sign it this week
"The senate passing present. Biden's one point nine trillion dollar stimulus package over the weekend. It now heads to the house. And he'll have more joins us now with more on that. And she can also weigh in on oprah in the world of two as well. good morning. well angie. I didn't get a chance to watch the interview. Because i was so busy. Following all the ins and outs of this relief package as you would've now headed for. That's my drama. That's my job. The bill is now headed to a final vote in the house. After some last minute. Haggling in the senate over the weekend. Democratic senator joe manchin held up this process for nearly twelve hours as he pushed scale back that boost and jobless benefits the amount will now be three hundred dollars a week instead of four hundred dollars but the last one week longer ending on september the six in addition the first ten thousand two hundred dollars in benefits will be tax free for households. Earning less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. Now in the end democrats did hold the line. Pass the bill saturday afternoon. Republicans they also stuck together with every gop. Senator voting against it at the white house later. President biden acknowledged that the politics weren't always pretty but he said the relief was urgently needed. This plant puts us on a path to beating the virus. This plan gives those families who are struggling the most help and the breathing room. They need to get through this moment. This plan gives small businesses country. A fighting chance to survive at the house plans to vote on this package on tuesday. Guys i give the president plenty of time to sign this into law before there's unemployment benefits run out at the end of the week back to you Ilan well here. We have a deal here. We have a deal after all this time right. If the first time you get the check if when you start checking the mail for the check okay so i. The house does have to vote on. The president does have to sign it but right and said over the weekend that he expects the checks to be able to go out sometime later on this month what we saw in december once the last relief package was passed was that it took about a week for those first. Texas are hitting bank account so that seems like a realistic timeframe. it could take a little bit longer. If you're actually receiving a check in the mail though
How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard
"Coward. Welcome to the voice by podcast. Hi thank you brett fridge. Finding me here yeah. I'm excited have you. So i've noticed that you have been very active on clubhouse. I'm looking forward to getting your perspective on it but before we get into that. Why don't you tell the listeners. A little bit about you and your role in the voice industry great so i am the ceo and founder of smart goals. And what we do. Is we create voice apps in the tech space specifically geared toward helping the supporting kids with social emotional learning conversations skills. So we've been doing that. We actually got into it around right before the pandemic on a small team of women got together on very focused. And we're really intentional. When we create those apps because we think about things like fine motor skills. We think about things like reciprocal communication and we think about things like building vocabulary. So it really really intention. We create the apps. That's amazing it's like voice tech- for good yes. Yes yes yes. So we are really excited about it. we partner with schools as well as non profits to kind of get those Apps within the to to the kids who have been need them the most and the one thing that we find that they're fun right. They don't really know that they're learning. So i was really really fun and then it also gives something different from just looking at a screen all day of pink playing a computer game so the people that we partner with a really excited about goes apps created. Yeah what time to launch it is. Everyone is remote learning from home. Now they're looking for tools precisely like what you're offering exactly in the big thing about it. Is that his exposure for us. We understand that yes. Most people have a device on. But they're only using it the weather or directions or to order something and so this exposes the kids to something different especially for those in underserved community who may not have a device at home it gives them extra exposure to understand it. Hey this is something that i can do. Which has led us to start creating courses or classes for young kids so that not only they're exposed to it but also learn how to create apps of their own great all right so i'm really glad to have that background. I'm sure there's you've piqued the interest of a lot of listeners. Who are probably going to check out some articles which will get into it at the end. We'll give give everybody to see. Ta that they can go and check it out today. We're talking about clubhouse. I would say we're clubhouse friends. We've been at a lot of room together. We spoke together on which has been great because we didn't really have any interaction before that maybe a couple of times twitter or something like that but We hadn't had a chance to formally so this is extending it further. We're at the podcast together. I would say someone in the voice industry. Why don't you start out by telling us a little bit about when you joined and what your first experiences were on the on the network so i joined in november. Maybe kind of late november noel. Silver is actually invited me so she myself and another friend of ours. We actually met at the conference in new jersey. The first voice conference there. So that's where we met and we kept in touch on Motive exactly And so that's where we met. She invited myself. And another lady denise to the platform my initial experience was that it was a great place for really rich conversation. So i can just bounce from room to room here with people are saying and joining i likes. I really really enjoy the fact that i can either be just a listener and just soak all the information or i can actually be involved in the conversation and i think that's the point that we miss a lot in that when we're listening you we love podcast but we would love to acts that person who's leading the podcasts or the host to just ask one question so that was the big thing for me and besides not having to get on video all the time so it's always a great bonus but my first day was like a twenty four hour marathon twenty four hours twelve or twelve hour marathon just really feeling the full of a voice what clubhouse actually causes people to feel and But then i kind of sell the into. Where the niche did i wanted to actually start participating in which was tech. I'm still around businesses startups. And so those were the main room said i really gravitated to so it. Sounds like you started out mostly as a listener but you've become increasingly more active. And i think you're you're hosting rooms now. So what did you talk about what your evolution was like. Why you sort of moved to where you are today and how you're using it today. Yes so that was one of our goals would know out in these night got onto. The platform is to educate bis small businesses about voice So obviously we had to get acclimated to the environment. What was going on. But we quickly schedule rome every friday at two central to just have it introduction to 'em where we saw amazon alexa right just as most people know about that missile. We hosted those roads every friday little small sided with a small group than it grew a little bit larger. We don't have large I would say has gotten large over time. But it's not like hundreds and hundreds of people but we often get a lot of people who kinda combat time after time
Senate Democrats pass $1.9 trillion relief bill without Republican support
"The senate has passed the biden administrations one point nine trillion dollar stimulus bill democrats nearly getting approval with a vote of fifty to forty nine the key with joe mansion. The democrat from west virginia democratic leaders knew they must secure the votes of moderates feel mansion and kirsten cinema mansion was able to reduce the size of extra unemployment benefits to three hundred dollars a week compared to four hundred dollars each week. He delayed the process by twelve hours yesterday. It wasn't all theatrics the through the delay mansion was able to show his constituents and the white house they need to come to him to pass big bills. Fox's chad pergram the house next week. We'll have to reconcile the bill with its version of the legislation.
Senate Holds Longest Vote in History as Democrats Scramble To Save Relief Bill
"Was quite a bit of drama in the senate yesterday where democrats were sort of scrambling to make sure that they had the votes over unemployment benefits and what happened. I think shows right. The slim majority the democrats hold in the power of certain senators. Yeah i mean. Essentially democrats went to the floor and they didn't have the votes and that really rarely happens. Senator joe manchin of west virginia. He's a democrat was an entirely on board with the party's plan for these extended unemployment benefits and he was threatening to vote with republicans on a competing proposal. Dr rail the entire process for about twelve hours yesterday until they finally came up with deal to tweak unemployment benefits to shorten how long they're going to be available for about a month now a lot of republicans just as the benefits were too generous especially with the economy turning around and the mass availability of vaccines expected likely by early summer. The senate did make some significant changes to the version that the house passed. What were those. I think most notably they scrapped the house plan for a fifteen dollar federal minimum wage violated senate budget rules but also it just didn't have enough support among democrats in the senate to pass joe mansion and kirsten cinema arizona. Were both against it. They also tighten the income limits for those fourteen hundred dollar stimulus checks and they'll start phasing out for folks making over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. They lowered the income threshold. The house bill was more generous and they also made those extended unemployment benefits less generous. They reduce the benefit from an additional four hundred dollars a week to three hundred dollars a week. And they're going to expire now just after labor day instead of the end of september. Do you want to know what the white house has signed off on all these changes that they don't have a problem with it and again. I think it's always important to remind people that the broader contours of this bill is. It's still two trillion dollars nearly in very popular democratic spending proposals. So it's also one of the largest standalone spending bills in history and i think democrats overall see. This is a pretty big victory. Those changes though do me in the house will have to vote again before this gets sent over to the white house for biden signature. When will that happen. it should happen next week. They wanna get this done and send it to president biden by march fourteenth because that's when current extended unemployment benefits expire. It should be able to pass the house leaders. There have been looped in on all these changes. They've been looped in with communications with the white house but there is some frustration among house democrats especially progressive democrats that the benefits in this bill. Were basically cut down because of other democrats new jersey congresswoman bonnie watson said that she was quote disgusted by some of her senate democratic colleagues. She questioned whether she could support the reworked version of the bill. I think that's important because house. Democrats have essentially no margin for error. They can only lose three votes on any party. Line vote and still have it passed so there could be some more drama next week Again bottom line from the democrats. I've talked to you. No one thinks the party itself is going to derail major-party legislation that the top priority for the president and also remember. This bill is hugely popular with the public in recent polling. It's not bipartisan in congress. But it is to voters. And that's a message. That biden has been pressing
Productivity For Entrepreneurs With Kate Erickson
"All right. Let's get going. I'm excited to welcome our guest today. Erickson to the show first and foremost kate. Thank you so much for being here. I'm super excited to be here. Ran and things so much for inviting me absolutely one. The reason i'm excited we get to talk about something that every personal brand entrepreneur out there can relate to which is productivity now at first. That's not the sexiest topic. I'll admit that but it's definitely a game changer. But i'd like to hear from you. You can help set the stage here. Why is something like productivity so important for us. Okay well i think. Productivity is super sexy. That's my jam. But i can totally understand where coming out from like stuff. I end up talking about system. Sign management productivity focused disciplined. They're kind of like a lot of like the entrepreneur game but productivity so critical because when we have a goal when we have a vision when we have a mission like it's so clear to us right and then many entrepreneurs because we're so excited about that vision were so excited about that mission. Were building our brand. We're doing we're being creative like doing all. The things that entrepreneurs are known for the problem is that oftentimes we get caught up working in the business or in the brand versus on it and dot can result in the actions that you're taking every single day. Not actually being in alignment with that vision and not mission. So i like to think of productivity as is working on the right things and oftentimes. Unfortunately we end up in the weeds were busy. Were doing a lot and so usually that makes us feel good. Because we're like. Oh man. I worked for like you know twelve hours today and we wanna brag about it when in reality you could probably be accomplishing more in like four hours. If you are focusing on the right things and to me that's productivity. That's like getting the right things done. That are in alignment with your vision and your mission. They're actually moving you forward to where you wanna go here. Well maybe we can get like specific like what are some like right things and maybe it's different for everybody. But what would you classify as right things versus you know the in the business thinks yeah absolutely so it's definitely going to be different for everyone you know. Everyone's brand and business and podcast and youtube channel and like whatever they have set up is going to be different. But i think the most critical thing to think about and be tracking. When you're wondering like okay. Am i working on the right things like you need to have a measurement you need to understand that the actions you're taking are actually bringing results so if you think about it from roi perspective return on investment and you think of the investment as your time. Usually people talk about roi in terms of like okay. I spent this much money. How much did i get back like. We need to be thinking about that as the investment. Being our time to okay. I spent this much time on this activity. What did i get and you need to start. Having some type of measurement like we talk about smart goals a lot specific measurable attainable relevant and time bound and measurement so important because that measurement is what tells you that you are working on the right things and it alerts you when you're working on the wrong things because you don't see results from it. So let me give you just a random example of this. Like i have received so many clubhouse invites like everyone wants to be on clubhouse right now right i think it sounds like an incredible platform super awesome. I like social media. I love instagram. i'm on facebook for groups. we've got twitter you know. The platforms are endless. Right when i think about the time that i invest in social media. I need to look at what the highest roi for me is and when i relate that to my business and my business goals and where i want my business to go my highest. Roi is on facebook. Why because i'm on facebook to moderate and be an engaged active member in groups those groups i can attribute actual revenue in my business and life along like literally lifelong relationships that i've created from those groups so to me if i'm gonna join clubhouse beyond instagram and beyond facebook. Mb on twitter. And like you know all these other platforms. There's probably so many. Don't even know about if i'm really trying to be on all those platforms honestly like my measurement is sinking my facebook's hi my instagram. I have great engagement. There and i make great relationships on instagram. I only have so much time. So i can't just keep adding adding adding expecting like dot measurement to continue. Going up is only going to start going down when i'm putting myself on platforms. That many times is a distraction. So you just have to keep that measurement and minds like you can't be everywhere you can't do everything so be wise about the things that you are choosing to work on. Make sure that they're equaling some type of roi.
Twitter cracks down on Covid vaccine misinformation
"Twitter cracks down on covid vaccine misinformation by the associated press san francisco. Twitter says it has begun labelling tweets that include misleading information about covid nineteen vaccines and using a strike system to eventually remove accounts that repeatedly violated rules. The company said monday that it has started using human viewers to assess whether tweets violate its policy against covid vaccine misinformation. Eventually the work will be done by a combination of humans and automation. It said twitter had already banned some covert related misinformation in december including falsehoods about how the virus spreads whether masks are effective and the risk of infection and death through the use of the strike system. We hope to educate people on why certain content breaks our rules so they have the opportunity to further consider their behavior and their impact on the public conversation. Twitter said in a blog post. Monday people with one violation or strike. We'll see no action to strikes will lead to an account being locked for twelve hours five or more will get a user permanently banned from twitter.
Twitter cracks down on COVID vaccine misinformation
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Twitter cracks down on covert vaccine misinformation Twitter is putting the hammer down on cold with misinformation in a blog post Monday Twitter announced it has begun labeling tweets that include misleading information about covert nineteen vaccines and Twitter is now using a strike system that could lead to a permanent ban for repeat offenders people incurring one strike for a single violation will see no action a second strike will lead to an account being locked for twelve hours five or more strikes will get the user permanently banned from Twitter hi Mike Rossio
1 dead, 11 injured in shootings in just over 12 hours in Atlanta
"At least a dozen people were shot including one fatally in atlanta during a slew of incidents. That happened in just over twelve hours. The violence began when a man wielding a knife was shot by an off-duty georgia state patrol trooper about five thirty pm saturday at a gas station and the final incident occurred sunday morning when three residents were injured when shots were fired at a home. This weekend shootings come as police and city leaders strive to find solutions. After last year's rise in deadly crime the atlanta police department investigated one hundred fifty seven homicides in twenty twenty up from ninety nine and thousand nineteen and the most in more than two decades. The surge led to an outcry from rattled residents and business owners that led to public assurances from mayor. Key lands bottoms. Interim police chief rodney bryant and newly elected fulton county district. Attorney fani willis that dealing with violent crime is in the forefront of their
Times Square, NYC Then And Now
"If you haven't been. I will make sure that you feel like you have. I hope that you enjoy this episode. You know new york city is fantastic. And i love it a matter of fact i have been there many times and i used to live there as i will tell you in this episode but i also want to tell you that it was in the late seventies and eighties entered the nineties. That new york city star to lose its attraction. It started to lose the people that came to visit and it star to be a real dumpster. People didn't want to visit new york anymore and so it was the governor's the mayor's and police commissioners started to take back new york city rebuild new york city one step at a time starting with times square in nineteen eighty eight is to murray hill in new york city. I lived in a three story. Walk up but first and second avenue on thirty first street not exactly prime real estate but safe enough. It was near the united nations and right above the entrance to the queens midtown tunnel Now you know if you are a new yorker or visited new york you know exactly where i lived then a couple of years later i found myself living in the salvation army apartment building for women. It was ideal. It served two meals a day and it was right across the street from the much coveted. Grammercy park the oh so glamorous and it was a close walk to eighteenth street between fifth and sixth avenues where i worked. I thought it was a dream. Come true and it was. I never really ventured to the west side past sixth avenue or anywhere near times square. Well that's what we're talking about. Today is times square and new york city. Everything i needed was right around where i lived but times square was unmistakably a major part of the city no doubt a black guy on the city a disappointment to the twelve hours of manhattan and somewhere that was to be avoided if wanted to dodge trouble darkness dealings and drugs. If you have seen the two thousand and nineteen movie joker with walking phoenix. Ps and by the way. I suggest that you might have an idea of the area and new york city. That was the cd and trashy times square. The closest thing. I can compare it to is a scenes in the movie joker to find a seedier place was difficult when they were filming. The movie and times square didn't look like does today so in the two thousand nineteen movie joker with no cd place to replicate times square. Really the producers of the movie had to go to newark new jersey a real old fashioned pit hole. If ever there was one to newark that was of the same timeframe as the movie never fixed up and never given a real chance to survive and today's society. It's a real shame but it depicts it perfectly times square where beauty came to die. No kidding in nineteen eighty six. When i was there there were multiple pornographic theaters and times square. The motion picture association of america introduced its rating system that included an x rating dip became associated with pornography. And so all the movies that were in times square were x. rated or the dreaded triple x. and everything was pornography back then pornography and. I should say drugs. The times square as a porn capital error was part of new york city's in the seventies and eighties amid its fiscal crisis. And later the crack cocaine epidemic which was rampant and it wasn't until the mid nineteen eighties that there was a push to clean up times square and new york city
"twelve hour" Discussed on Start Here
"This week. We've been taking a look at the biggest stories to unfold this year and seeing how things have progressed heading into twenty twenty because let's face it to most of US event happens we ingest it. We go Wow we move on but when these events happen to you it's not that simple things do not wrap themselves up in a twenty four hour news cycle a lot of these stories linger and reverberate with lots and lots of people in two American cities are still trying to work through the same day from earlier this year. The same twelve hours. In fact perhaps the worst twelve hours of twenty nine thousand nine interrupt regular regular programming to bring you breaking news out of Texas reports of a mass shooting at the Cielo Vista Mall in El Paso. Police say several people have been killed. It all began on August August stirred at one zero nine. PM Central Time as a man walked across parking lot at Walmart in El Paso Texas carrying a rifle and forty say twenty one year old. Patrick Crusius was armed with assault style rifle at authorities. Believe based on what they've read and what they've heard from him he was there to shoot as many Mexicans as possible when it was all over. Twenty two people were dead more were injured in the suspect calmly coldly at surrendered to police police. But that day wasn't over not to the people up in Dayton Ohio who are in a downtown Nightlife district at one zero five. AM The costs for help coming in. Just after one Sunday morning people running for their lives down now look like the alleged shooter identified as twenty four year old connor. Stephen Betts killed by police who say he wore body armor and a face mask carrying an AK style rifle and multiple high capacity magazines. This time it was nine people killed and seventeen injured. The insane thing here was that all let carnage was carried out in thirty two seconds. Think about that thirty two seconds from the first gunshot to shoot her down so today in the short episode the last of our week long series series. I WANNA revisit these moments but also get a sense of the purpose of what comes next because there are parts of this story that just did not come out in real time. We're GONNA hear from some of those voices today. I WanNa start with someone who knows El Paso as well as anyone of ABC News. Jim Shoals works out of our Dallas Bureau. Jim You're actually from El Paso I am from El Paso Texas. I grew up Ma was raised went to high school and college. My Grandmother The House that she grew up and was his two blocks away from this Walmart I saw star wars at this mall in nineteen seventy seven So this was very familiar territory to me also then in in your eyes. How did this unfold well? I was It was just a regular Saturday. I was at the gym with my son. And we you know I got the recall that there was a possible some sort of shooting an apparent shooting in El Paso Texas and being from there. Of course I immediately get on the phone and Start Making calls roles and sure enough to head to the mall area. If you're heading out looking for a loved one head to macarthur school middle school that's the affiliate down there was not really On it and They it became clear that this was something more serious that you can see the chaos unfolding as people quickly trying to evacuate Seila Vista Mall with their hands above their heads and El Paso police other swat team members with long guns in their hand. People are being escorted out. It's a nine hour drive a ten hour. Drive from Dallas but I caught a flight with my correspondent and so Through at the airport. You know you're getting dribbles about you know what's happening in an actually. This actually unfolded relatively quick so we were able to kind of figure out in a hurry that this was serious and our listeners. Might not know I mean you are often on the front lines of ABC's breaking news coverage like you've been to too many scenes like this so then what's it like when you show up in your hometown. Yes sadly from Aurora to Virginia in Your Tech to Las Vegas I this is a call that I frequently get and it's a call dread but Once you do and and it's miniature hometown it does get your attention once you do kind of hit the ground you know everything is familiar you. That's you know that's the place where you as a kid. Did you used to go for Burgers and the thing that did strike me and then what was different at this scene is there. Weren't that many people who are look who are lingering and and trying to get a better view you know because it was so late and there really. Weren't that many people outside the only place to ask questions worst where we were. Were the press word so These three women actually came up to us. They started speaking Spanish. As as most people in El Paso do but but it it became clear to me that they were from Mexico and they were Mexican nationals so One of them actually pulled out their phone and had asked if she had seen if I had seen her husband husband. I told her I had not and I directed her. There was a reunification center that we had heard about And I told her where the hospitals were and she said that she had been to all these locations but No one could help her So I asked her I said well why did you come back here. And she said well I. I can't can't find him but I can see that. His phone is pinging fifty yards away from us here and so she showed it to me and at that point your heart just sinks You look for the appropriate thing to say And and as these things can be their or chaotic and so I just mentioned to maybe you know in the in this in a hurry to get out. He dropped his phone. That's that's pretty common and She said well I thought of that too but she also showed me his. I watch that was ping right next to the phone. So at that point.
"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO
"Twelve hour shifts to keep the city running the snow isn't the only reason that King County metro is restricting buses to snow routes on Monday. And Tuesday spokesperson Jeff Sweitzer says the fleet faces extra maintenance challenges, but we have to get stuck or some of those chains come loose wrap around the axel. It means that our crews have to find a way to repair that. But they're also trying to find time to do that at the same time that they're trying to chain up the fleet the emergency snow network services, sixty at the most utilized bustling. Lines to find that list? Go to King County dot gov slash metro the weather has made travelling to and from our area, pretty tricky. Whether it's by ground or air. Komo's Ryan Harris checked in with seatac airport for the latest the top advice from the porta. Seattle's Peter McGraw is to call your airline before you head to seatac to make sure snow hasn't cancelled your flight. Also, keep yourself plenty of time bar airport, though is open and operating. We've had crews working around the clock. They've been the icing runways taxiways ramp areas in and around the gates in the cargo area at the adjacent airport roadways. There's also plenty of equipment to d is planes, but McGraw says whether it's too nasty out there for pilots to see is the big thing airlines look at before they decide whether to cancel your flight, snow and ice haven't stopped the flow of goods in and out of the port. But McGraw says well truck drivers are used to changing conditions. They depend on their local transportation department partners to keep the roads clear, which is critical to keeping. Mm shells at your local store stocked. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Hundreds gathered at a parking Tacoma yesterday. For a giant snowball. Fight afterwards. Spread on social media several inches of snow since Friday. Stacey Stephen says. She posted a sunshine in hopes a crowd which show..
"twelve hour" Discussed on KOMO
"Most part, it is compact snow and ice unless you have all wheel drive or four wheel drive or front wheel drive and have the experience I would even attempt to come to downtown. It's not a day to be out and taking the family for a scenic ride is just too dangerous with the coming snow continues to fall in many areas tomorrow as we mentioned the cloudy condition, but still cold it'll still be icy. If you wonder about ski areas, all of them are open. They understand that the challenge to get to them. But some of you do have the winter skills to get up there. You're pretty much. We'll have the mountain to yourself. It'll be better tomorrow as we won't be dealing with so much snow avalanche controls expected from out and passes like I ninety. It's no Kwami also at highway two at Stevens checking with their websites. You can see for most of today. It's been changed required. If not at least for the big rigs with traction required on all vehicles as they contain. Can you to get snow power outages expected as you can imagine with the snow as it gets heavy on the power wires or on tree branches? And it freezes and the temperatures we're gonna get tonight. You are going to have the fuel for many power outages around the northwest. If you do get a power outage do not call nine one one call the nonemergency number or better, yet get to the utility website for your area. Chances are about the before you do their crews are going pretty much twelve hour shifts all through the weekend for that matter for the days ahead because of all the cold weather. Also, reminder snows loading up at many marinas, we've seen how the roofs will give way with the snow getting too heavy keep that in mind if you've got a crew that can clear off the roof or the nearest of self storage. You might have some roofs that just can't handle all that weight team coverage continues. You're listening to KOMO radio. When winter weather strikes. Komo news. Has you covered the latest live. My goodness. It is a challenge the wind blowing the snow sideways. Forecasts traffic every ten minutes on the force before during after the storm. This is KOMO news..
"twelve hour" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"What's the plan? Now, i'm. Okay. Man, I'm chilling. I've just been kind of low key. Honestly lately discount on my grind. Yep. That's it. Just low key. No, not too much partying can tell that. Not staying on the strip club a little good. Okay. Good. Good heaven off China, lean not so much. So yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Good not saying that's just that's just for now. Right next week. Yeah. Oh, yeah. You know, it's clean out for a little bit. I'm still young. Gioja you've been hanging out with us, the longest we appreciate that very much. The ride home on this. We should make this an annual tradition of. And I think you always end up doing this with us in the late afternoon. In the final numbers coming in. And all that. This can't be an annual tradition. Gioja is going to have a very young child next year at this. It'll be fine. Also swig taxed and said that if you did want to camp out and do an overnighter to get more toys and bikes that he would donate. Yes. Yes. To be here parking lot. How twenty four hours of giving and you have a place to sleep in a potty. So wait. Well, he had his assistant Dr Cletus over into the parking that he would trust anybody else to drive Cletus over Ben himself would drive. I think he will. Okay. So then we do twenty four hours of giving. We start at six AM on Friday. We stop at six AM on Saturday, and we do twenty four straight hours of collecting toys. I mean, we don't have to stay up like we do twelve hours. Yes. We you know, we do a Europe Europe from six eight noon, your, you know, whatever we do Satele shifts. Twelve hour shifts. And I think that would be so fun what? Now, we're nurses all of a sudden with the twelve hour shifts, nurses. That's exactly yes, you could do one time of year. What I'm just saying? I do I do a lot of work. Year. He does this time of year. It's like whole now for two weeks. I need it. Okay. Thanks to go out with a bang, bang bang. You you take your twelve hours. Would be able to go and rest. Now. Listen, these guys they don't have twelve hours in them twenty four. I know these guys have Cletus, I'm sure she'll be fully he'll be fully stocked. I just got word of another thousand dollar donation by somebody entitled trigger city trigger. That was just a text. I just got a thousand dollars donation. I just got a text written down on my spiral notebook here. That says our own about Mark. Yes. Bought four bucks. That's awesome. Thank you Martin for that team member of arts, and it's just about time for us to wrap up our broadcast. However, I remind you that we'll.
"twelve hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of looking at each other a twelve hour days of I'm tired of the tired of. These past couple of days. All those games out on Folsom. And yet you're gonna miss those moments where you sit up try to beat around that guy or this guy. You're gonna miss that everything I have been been on since past four and a half years of my life talk to them a lot of now. So. Devin missiles, and a lot a lot of those guys since they've been leaving that I've still been here. So it's been then just adjustment. Just having to see guys come in and out. But I'm going to miss those games games. Fall. Some. Those games, especially when we got the whole stadium packed the student's section here are those awesome to me that the are those well, some of my favorite games being part of whether it's those Friday night games or Saturday night games. Always remember those thinking mafia remember twenty sixteen when we played Utah. Man-kei already on the field. And we're talking about I like counting the markers the five ten fifteen and I'm like Lafayette, I could score a touchdown from here and not get caught. And we're both laughing about it. And he he doesn't go ahead. Go ahead. And the very next play. Man. Raimondo we forced a fumble kale picks it up. I think just being a part of that play mean around those guys on that field at that time. Stadium jump up and everything I always remember that I'll be like one of my favorite moments in Balsam. There's no doubt two thousand sixteen was magical year. You give us a thought about this team. You're gonna face Carolina on Saturday. Would you see what you see the film from? They're getting prepared to face that offense. What do you see they got a big old line? They ran Bax. Very good. They get them. They tried to get on the bars. Anyway, they can with its Alan passes. He runs he breaks a lot of taxes makes a lot of people miss. To have a lot of receivers. They make plays on the ball. Whether and sometimes they make some.
"twelve hour" Discussed on Late Night Parents
"Right. That's a plan. That's I'm I'm doing twelve hour day because I've seen something down the road versus just doing twelve hour days that you know, let's say WalMart and not having a plan for what happens after your twelve hour days. So instead you drink or get high or, you know, you just bum it up, and you and. In five years, which is gonna come here. You know, eventually whether you wanted to not and the only way it's not coming for you is if you're not here, what are you gonna do in five years where you're gonna be in five years? And this is this is what we don't tell people. We just tell them. The just perpetually stay in the mind worked for Disney in the mind. And maybe you know, Disney will. Put you up in some tower on some corner office. I know when I tell I tell my kids all the time, you know, I, you know, will not for my son yet, then I'll pass the book down. I got got my daughter. Don't sweat the small stuff book, right right hand, you know, stressing out about school about this wish you're going to go to college or she's going to go ahead and military. She's like, I'm leading toward the military. But I want to also look at schools, and I gotta make sure as AT's Teas and. and I'm so stressed about 'em like stop stunk. Yeah. Because I said that the key thing about was will it matter in the year. What little situation you're dealing with?.
"twelve hour" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Schedule. Some of them will have a little more control by five or six months, but a lot of puppy owners go he's got it. He's house trained. Well, I don't consider them. How strange that just means that you've got the scheduled, right? If anything upset that schedule you'd probably have accidents. So that means you've got the schedule, right? After about six months, you could probably gradually decreased the mid morning in the mid afternoon potty break, but I'd be real cautious about it. Good way to cause snap. Yeah. Yeah. Adult dogs with no health issues can wait for lunch break, and the people that expect their puppy dog to hold it pretend twelve hour. No, no, no, no. Even this adult. No. I Don I can't wait long. It's not healthy. It's not healthy. And in our second podcast. We're gonna talk about some options for those dogs that will be in our second podcast on house training. So that's a basic schedule in. It's gonna vary. Some dogs are going to need more opportunities. Some will be able to hold it better. It's there's a lot of variables. Let's look at the size of the bladder of a pomeranian versus a great thing. Yes. I mean, there's not a lot of slack in the pomeranians body for to go from the size of a p to the Lima bean means it's urgent. So you have to take that into account as well as how much water they take. And don't try to limit water. No, no, no. During the day. They they need it. You can slow down water consumption. I mean, I've had some dogs who love to treat their water and play in it in. It would be all gone. So for those I would freeze a water bowl overnight, and.
"twelve hour" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And now we live in this twenty four hour news where i considered a twelve hour news cycle nowadays with the immediacy of cable and internet at all that that things have changed and the same thing like you said so a magazine like rolling stone every day if you go on yahoo you go on any kind of search engine there's all these stories about celebrities and what's happening this minute and who who tweeted this and who did that in pictures of this and pictures of that so how can a magazine like rolling stone it's trying to be cutting edge it can't break news anymore no the immediacy was lost at everybody's on top of it it's funny because even a few years ago when i stopped by people magazine i stopped because every time i'd get an issue i get it at the at the jewel my groceries and all that i pick up until the new people magazine and i saw through it every like i read that story that i've lied so that other news done that and it's like there's nothing here that that's new that i need to know yeah so after the news a mixed gonna stick around stick around me well somebody going at this time of the night me too we are going to talk about story in the new current issue of rolling stone the hundred greatest songs of the century dot dot dot so far so i thought it was interesting because we can only talk about what we think about some of these songs in this list but we can also talk about how we don't know most of these songs we are totally so make you hang on it is just about three o'clock here the steve cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet weekday mornings at seven twenty on seven twenty wgn chicago smart speaker users just say play wgn radio on tune.
"twelve hour" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You to do it so go dig a ditch wait on a table maybe jemmy dry the camp around some major city in america for you know a twelve hour stretch washed dishes at a restaurant carry some bricks in a wheelbarrow all day drive a tractor trailer five hundred miles across the country where you then have to eat at a roadside truckstop before having your name call to go take a shower then tell me about your your grind you bring dead dope let me make this clear to anyone who is so fortunate to do what we in the sports media get to do on a daily basis okay let me make a few things clear here first thing to do if you're talking about this grind if you're talking about you don't care if people empathize with you they don't understand show i got to do is to shut up and hit the pause button before you start to talk about about people and about yourself and your poor little grind of writing about or talking about sports for eleven and then secondly if you cover in the world of sports in any capacity if this has become let's this is jamal hill and and a note to anybody else out there as well if you cover the world of sports and again any capacity if this has become nothing more than a clinical exercise for you if it's such drudgery if the thrill the thrill is gone baby if the passion no longer exists then go ahead and leave i gotta go through something else with your life you wanna talk about a grind i'll give you a grind jet yet djamil hill or anybody else you wanna talk about a grind gabi i listen opera i bring the grind front and center you wanna talk about a grind talked to me about being one of the best in your chosen field and being completely ignored that's grind okay talk to me about living in your car for nights at a time not being able to take any showers but at the same time try to keep up appearances as though everything's just fine and dandy that's a grind talk to me about being a conservative in a field that field being sports media where the overwhelming majority of those in it with you are flaming liberals thought you wanna talk about a grind jimmy talk with me about being on the air at midnight each night driving one hundred twenty miles a day roundtrip and needing to self market and sell your own show each day.
"twelve hour" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Sports being touted for a few hundred pounds on other easily accessible websites exhausted doctors at drunk says the main headline in the express it reports that a british medical association conference heard yesterday that overworked doctors are putting patient's lives at risk because they are so stressed and tired according to the paper medical staff raised fears that doctors concentration levels are being hampered due to the knock on effects of working twelve hour shifts hitting them the same way as if they had drunk too much finally there are plenty of pictures of people sunbathing in parks and on beaches to mark the hottest day of the year so far the son says it was hotter than brazil and cording to the mirror hotter than the sahara a weather forecaster tells the mayor that they could be at least five more heat waves this summer the paper reports that bookmakers of cut the odds of the record june temperature thirty five point six celsius recorded in nineteen seventy six being beaten this year another forecast to describes the present hot spell is a notable event at intense he tells the telegraph some people will enjoy it and some won't it reminds me dale news not where they sent me to try franek on the pavement and i think you can do anything it was horrible really do looking forward to to a thunderstorm coming the needs this morning at committee of mp's is renewed its call for the government to increase its defense spending or risk losing influence with the us and other nato allies at third runway at heathrow took a step closer last night when it got the backing of a significant majority of mp's but there were deep divisions across party lines with some conservatives opposing the government's support for expansion while number of labor mp's voted with government ministers here's our parliamentary correspondent sean curren the plans to expand heathrow airport have been stuck in a holding pattern for a quarter of a century but now the transport secretary chris greyling is confident that proposals for an extra runway will take off v the house endorses the proposed national airports policy statements today will move on from decades of debate and sets to my mind a clear path to our future as a global nation in the post brexit world labor mp's had been given a free vote but the party's official policy was to oppose the proposals the shadow transport secretary andy mcdonald said the expansion should be very good news news except it isn't the government hasn't done the work to support the development of this project the government's case is riddled with gaps and fundamentally flawed yes again this sector state has made a complete shambles of vital national project labor former transport minister john spellar thought mr mcdonald was missing the point aviation round the world and enter europe will continue and will grow the real question is whether it'll be going into skip all of frankfurt or charles de gaulle airport the investment i'm protecting the well page unionized jobs and hayes road and those are the opportunities a number of conservatives spoke up in favour of the scheme including geoffrey clifton brown who said that proposal for a third runway was first published in two thousand and two paul com published in two thousand eleven there's where we built within five years if we ought to remain internationally competitive does my right on friend not agree that we should get on a building bossa conservative former transport secretary justine greening is a longstanding opponent of the scheme story of heathrow is a story of broken promises broken politics and broken economics in the run up to the debate much of the attention had focused on an mp who wasn't there the foreign secretary boris johnson missed the vote because he was in afghanistan mister johnson who wants promised to lie down in front of bulldozers to prevent the building of a new runway wrote to his constituents to say his resignation over the issue would achieve absolutely nothing which must have stung greg hands the conservative who'd resigned as international trade minister in order to vote against the project and in what appeared to be a rebuke to mister johnson greg hands read from his own election leaflets when he'd promised to vote against a new runway this is not just a knee eight debate about heathrow important though that is it's also a debate by being true to your word and to your election pledges at the start of the debate the snp confirmed its mp's would abstain rather than vote for or against the.
"twelve hour" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The socks while i was here filling in for sean for carlin lisa i was at foam with them and here until a full twelve hour shift yeah literally but ask him you having fun look i mean when you look back when you're rogers agency wow it worked at wgn working twelve hour shifts i mean that's what it's all about is the legendary state as my first job's school oh my gosh all right from seventy five to started eleven years ago what's eleven year i'm bad i'm math ahmad i flunked math eleven years ago yeah i would have been two thousand seven okay so around about eleven bucks let's say two thousand six okay from so from nineteen seventy five to two thousand six that's how long it took me to get the wgn you know i in late may it'll be my three hundredth show what i know it's not live where we do these other guys votes let's drag aubrey out and do that at two o'clock in the morning it's three hundred show and would i was i i think it was one of my i know was my first show right i was filling in for bill leff overnights and it was about this time about six years six years ago seven years ago and you know oriented would come in live into the studio at four o'clock in the morning and he would do his long weather report from across the country and so forth and it was one of those here i'll talk about this bill and explain this we it was the night i was filling in with bill that was co hosting with him.
"twelve hour" Discussed on Top Down Perspective
"I think that places cooler at night with all the lights and stuff yeah i mean we were there for the whole day for like twelve hour and i was exhausted and didn't allow ever want to go to that place that place is not the busiest place but there's definitely a lot of shit to do their a lot of pachinko and yes i did lower co nami pitching go in like every parlor we went in no no the close the one i found that is like yeah all right that's kind of was a resident evil revelations one machine but like it was on the four dollar floor and i was like i'm not spending four hundred yen per play that's fucking ridiculous did you play any pachinko when i was there i did not i didn't because i couldn't find any of the machines i wanted yeah if i had found silent hill or specifically snaky i absolutely would have and i was looking pretty hard for them and that was kind of a whole task by itself because all those stupid pachinko parlors are like kinda right beside each other so there was just a lot of walking around in smoky crappy loud super loud yeah super loud yeah other than that that day was pretty much just getting a feel for the city and getting around and try and some food and stuff like that and nothing too special we went to a lot of arcades and.
"twelve hour" Discussed on WJR 760
"Flooding but there are a lot of earthquakes i am stunned to find that the seismic network that measures earthquakes in southern california that if an alarm does not go off over a twelve hour period they test the alarm system because there must be a malfunction in the recording system since the network was put into effect in one thousand nine hundred ninety southern california has never gone more than twelve hours without an earthquake right 'cause i you notice we haven't said what size earthquake the little earthquakes happen all the time and even decides that can be south of magnitude two is happening somewhere in the world every minute you know the bigger you go the less likely they are and so we don't notice those small ones but that's one of my other points i try to make is that all of these disasters that have really changed human history in many cases really are just part of natural processes and we can understand them and we can do something about them but we have preferentially put ourselves at risk you know volcanoes give us really fertile soil false will trap water and make springs track oil and give us oilfields rivers give us transportation so we preferentially live near where the hazards are most common and it just means we need to do something about it i still find it fascinating in this book that you're saying we have a choice to make and we'd better make it right now that could make our city's much more likely to survive and recover from the great natural disasters when they strike and you know here i am thinking that for example out in california where you're well known for your earthquakes that then everybody was already building buildings up to a code that was to protect them against those earthquakes.
"twelve hour" Discussed on WDRC
"On the plane got off the plane went on the plane got off the plane every time they thought we could get into the next destination they put his back on the plane and then when they said sorry it's going to be a couple of hours we had to get off the plane again uh so they go through the whole thing and you finally get to the point of you know these they said because the ice accumulation in the ice storm and everything else that's why was delayed and then they rightly goat the delta flight purportedly made several trips to and from the gate and the airline allowed passengers to leave the plane periodically well then the headline is wrong if instead on point for twelve hours no they were delayed for twelve hours it they were delayed right delta passengers endure endure nearly twelve hour delay before flight is is a it way mix through that that's that the okay that if these subheadline bright the headline on the on the front page delta passengers internally twelve hours on plane before flight as common quaint no not on prime and then when you click it it says delta passengers during nearly twelve hour delay before flight is cancelled and it's almost like this because y'all was right on for the pilots yeah right they were hopeful that they could get it off a brown hopeful that the weather would allow them to do that that they would be i i'm sure i'm just guessing here what i do know is that dealt is not in the business of sitting on tarmacs a not that there can't be incompetence there's plenty of incompetence to go round these days i know but in a situation like that you had ice the 12hour delay i'm not saying it didn't mean anything for those people but it's not necessarily news right and while it happens during ice storm what made it news was when i read delta passengers enduringly twelve hours on the plane dragway and that a weekly which isn't the story and i said weymouth they said twelve 12000 applied they're gonna find the daylights out a delta while we don't do that it's were all dealt it didn't do that they brought people back in on a you know to to.
"twelve hour" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"For are you to continue to provide support for the key way things key west is down in a fourhour theory miami we have seen some uh for a here we're running into uh one generator right now and we have some light pulled back fell from trees that all around the the perimeter of the building but i thought i know world saving tie well that's that's good to hear if you were speaking to the people directly involved uh living and sheltering uh in the state of florida what would you tell them the next twelve hours will hold what to expect for the next twelve hours walter the next twelve hour debate the most important thing is not to go out the storm has moved but it i hadn't continues to move further north but that doesn't mean that conditions are are great for everybody to go outside yet known now we have to give the eighth in time for the emergency officials to offend the the um the pm there it did can but asian and make sure that the the roads are clean make sure that uh they're all the debrief big top any if afer for us to be able to drive on the on the israeli so they know it's nothing to get out of their homes and just yet wait until the emergency officials say that now he conducted the rules are clear the the highways are are intensive also that we people can drive and do all their regular think but at the right now disdain doors in way until the officials say it's good to god tight ride because i am told well first of all common sense would tell you even though half the status without electrical power you cannot assume that down power lines are debt must assume that there was on the floor and got a fact lien that was one of the biggest say concerns people go outside they don't see that power lines somebody can get a metric you did and uh and you think this so dark outsi at right now um and it's not faith because we don't know what you're seeing toys not not think to be outside and just wait until it you know if he can clear and people can uh that death emergency officials say okay think conditions are better maria toro's meteorologist with the national weather service out of miami i wanna thank you very much personally.
"twelve hour" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Have any petty arguments with people for twelve hours and it'll who like a few hours later or maybe it was a within the twelve hours number one stopping anything for twelve hours is not a thing that the on occur what breathing maybe i mean what can you voyager twelve hour faster over breakfast i am more quitting drinking for twelve hours i've gone on a diet for twelve hours come on i will not shrink again until the bar opens in the morning twelve hours of hours what i wake yup i won stopped eating and drinking and smoking for ten days while who's it cleanse type of thing i won't get into it but yes i i actually have the willpower to do every for ten days if i can do that anyone can seventy on hannity all right listen let's talk about this healthcare thing for minute here's a piece we didn't get to yesterday before bernie sanders litmus test for healthcare we're talking to briefly about litmus test i'm just trying to think what i have you know what i have set aside for ten days i mean i don't even declared ethanepoor but listen that showing a higher utilities like flaxseed brian over here could you said i mean what if he's quick for twelve hours i mean i cannot even not touch myself for like 12 on the live alive zia bernie sanders from political house and senate democrats of wonder for months where the birdie center supporters might choose to focus their energy on launching a primary challenges of work to party moderates in 2018 there are about to get an answer centers has decided the moment is right to launch his proposal for single payer health short system that helped form the backbone of his presidential message and democrats who don't get behind it could find themselves on the wrong side of the most energetic wing of the party as well as the once and possibly future presidential candidate who serves as its figurehead now we're talking about litmus test before a believer was in terms of a woman's right to choose and now here's another article or lease the conversation about whilst should this be a litmus test for the dance and i of course i wonder what your thought is as my progressive buddy on.
"twelve hour" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Were going of this this is not really grows it's just it's another one of dawn's like do here we go would you rather have a slurpee headache for twelve hours straight or or have the diarrhoea for twelve hour straight all man oh i'm gonna go with the backend only because like then i can read and go perhaps lately function as i can he's here i can only that their berth for the granting of the had and making of the fowler you just not going to leave the restroom you discuss it there is virtually netflixing chill auditorium aggregate them reading in ramon within whatever gay blacks debris on the diarrhoea i i feel they way diarrhea weight loss yes in slim gavin okay that brave freezes horrible so bad i wanted to get to this last on because this is one of those elects loves here we go would you rather beyond vacation with your eighty yearold parrots and have your mom insisted on wearing a thong bikini i i oh or be on vacation with your eighty yearold parents and your dad insisting on wearing a teeny eurostyle bikini speedo annan acting under i i imagery lama jedwab tiffany what he vague undergoing braun heard bad in the banana hamid accurately and more more logical and likely to happen and also less gary i see both at my i'm going for both gives a navy quite the pair dawn i will go with my mom and the song because my mom so funny and she laughs at pretty much anything and i think which is we'd be crying laughing old tying the one and as my dad and i'm gonna go with my mom's mom is actually hard my mom is a really good looking woman who's all i'll go with now choice.