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Worlds Largest Investment Firm To Put Sustainability at Heart of Its Investment Strategy

Business Wars Daily

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Worlds Largest Investment Firm To Put Sustainability at Heart of Its Investment Strategy

"Brom wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Monday January twentieth. You may have today off Martin Luther King King Day which is as good a time as any to contemplate the latest sea change in American business last week. The world's largest investment firm announced that it will now put sustainability at the center of its Investment Strategy Company. Called Black Rock also told clients that it will divest five hundred million dollars worth of shares in companies that produce. What's called thermal all cold? The kind of cold use to make electricity blackrock CEO. Larry Fink made the announcement in his yearly letter to chief executives of the world's largest companies writing quote climate it changes almost invariably the top issue that clients around the world raise with blackrock. Think also detail. The ways in which current estimates of business risk fail to account for economic onomic impacts of climate change and noted that the markets have been slow to accept these growing risks but he added quote awareness is rapidly changing and I believe we are on the edge of a fundamental reshaping of finance thinks yearly letter helped set the stage for the way business is done globally. That's because black rock managers about seven trillion trillion dollars worth of investments and its influence is everywhere that is in nearly every company and in the retirement accounts of millions of people but the new strategy doesn't simply revamped black rocks current way of doing business if the firm executes thoroughly it will be a fundamental overhaul in his words thinks as black rock will exit investments moments that pose a high sustainability related risk such as coal black rock also been tends to pressure companies to be transparent about their climate related risks and their sustainability sustainability plans. BLACKROCK will also double the number of its funds from seventy five to one hundred fifty that address environmental social and governance challenges if all that sounds suspiciously altruistic for an investment firm. Just take a look at the numbers. Think says his rationale for the shift is starkly financial simply put. Climate risk is investment risk. The Wall Street Journal reports that interest in sustainable surged in two thousand nineteen and said black. Rock wants to grow its assets in sustainable funds to a trillion dollars up from ninety billion dollars today. In part to attract more millennials investors. Besides black rock didn't make these choices on its own activists. Vists have long accused the company of having singularly poor record on the environment and pressured the firm to change its ways in November activists protested at black rocks. London offices offices dumping ashes there to call attention to fires in the Amazon. The accused the company of having a hand in causing those fires by investing in firms responsible for deforestation station according to CBS News while thinks letter takes a stand against coal. It does not promise to exit the fossil fuel business which accounts for a much larger proportion of black rocks assets. According to the Guardian. It is one of the top three investors in big oil. With last week's announcement black rock becomes the first of four

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"vists" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

Zero To Travel Podcast

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"vists" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

"Toni <hes> he's living in somalia and he organized a ride for me. He organized a shed taxi to go out of somalia and back into djibouti but as i told you earlier no share taxi in africa will leave until it's full but i was the first aspect in there because tony and organized to sit in front the best seat the passenger seat and then a lady comes on sorry shotgun just gone yeah ah you know and then the lady came and she she went back in the back seat guy went into the back seat waiting for the last passenger passenger and finally this guy literally younger than me with a huge knife in his belt comes over he opens my door and he grabs me by my color and tries to pull me out but of course this this. This really makes tony mad because hey come on. He's given me the ride. He's giving me shotgun so they have a really huge verbal fight over blah blah. It's about losing face and everything and he's giving me this season. You know as indian de tony. He was bigger and verse. He wins an indian this other guy with a big knife. He ends up just behind me. I would have been happy to give up my seat but suddenly as this turn into a huge fight and losing face and all the rest of it losing standing in society or whatever in heike. I couldn't just give up my seat that tony over yeah so we were this close suffice but yeah tony sosa of prevents about but i was i was leaning forward. I was just waiting literally right. I mean yeah. It must have been nerve wracking. I can drive for you after awhile. Maybe settled in a little bit but didn't rubbed ones that was in gabon on the west. Let's go south africa nearby salads woman zipper. We talked about earlier and i was walking in the middle of the road on the main street. It was fairly well. Listen it was almost almost midnights and suddenly two guys dumped. They dumped me and manage to to you know push me pull me. They have a taser gun. You know get me into too dark side. I i've been thinking about this if i'm ever going to be robbed. I'm just going to give up everything you know. I'm not here to die treasure life and all the rest of it but it's it's my instinct told me otherwise so i started fighting back and i'm never been a strong in my life due to adrenaline cake or whatever and as i fought these two guys and modernised honest to drag them back into the lights of the main streets and <hes> then when they were in the street and they lied again they ran away managed to steal my my phone and my my shirt was totally ripped and i was very shaken and it was so stupid you know if they had a knife or or a real gun i would probably not have been here and even then you know. I've been thinking about this for for for a little bit. You know many many times uh-huh you know attacks. I should just give up everything right. It's not it's not worth losing life or dollars any waller's fine until i fought very super but i mean it's yeah it's easy to say it's easy to think about those things when you're kicking back at home or whatever you're in your guest house whatever ever but then when it goes down on the how you're gonna react right up but you have been to every country in the world two times four times <hes> the only two fed and i mean maybe not the knife incident but certainly the robbing can happen at home true. I mean gene. We're in norway in oslo is very safe country and we're my wife used to live her friends walked out of pearl department and got robbed right outside of role department hit on the head and robbed and all that can happen any can happen yeah. That's how has all this traveling changed your relationship to your home country of norway very interesting to see your home country from a different perspective so we are both the united states a new way are within what i call call the western bubble and to see the western bubble from the outside and to realize that you <hes> because most people know about the united states but no i a lot of people don't even i've never heard about a new way and probably had about europe. That's not necessarily bad your country and it's like wow regardless. That's where you're from. You might be from rhonda or burundi or you might be from katie baths or powder gu. I wherever on you will you will consider your village. Your town on your country asked the center of the universe. That's just the way it is. That's where you bone. That's where you race home. When you grow up that's what you know and you will look at everything in the world from that perspective and realizing that made me think that lau so new walt norway's not the center of the universe this they haven't even heard about the country. They know nothing about it. They might think it's village or town or or you know same way. Some of the countries you've mentioned today we haven't heard about and those people that are thinking the same thing exactly <hes> it's it's really eye opening thing and it's it's very humbling in many ways to to realize that you know of course they look on themselves that their country their culture the religion their faith whatever us the right way or the best way whatever and i'm not a position. I don't think anyone is in positions as i oh my ways better or my religion is best for my cultures better. Mike food is better in might be might not be. It's different for sure. Let's just leave it at that. It's different right and then if you think about it okay well you might not agree but here at least you know be be humble enough to let them speak and explain nine that might actually open up some doors might give you some new ideas and might make you understand might make you think differently and then you take that back home. I'm anne you think about it and you might learn a hell of a lot you will learn a lot and that's one of the beauties of travel i once i was interviewed by norwegian newspaper by one of the biggest in norway and one of the things i said is that no travel is the best education and world and then i was approached by a high school student here annoy and she l. stiffs. You can have a cup of coffee with me at work invited her to to the county not broadcasting and you know and she said well. I read that into a and i totally agree. The travel is the best education in the world so when i finish high school i'm just going to travel. I'm never going to college and oh no no no. That's not exactly what i meant. Please please please go have education just travel as well yeah yeah so that was clearly misinterpreted very willingly. Hey from oregon's okay what happens if you're listening to check in when you're exposed to all these different cultures as an ideas and perspectives and things then you come back to your own culture. Have you found it at times like harder to fit in or has it always been like a seamless transition just to come back from some grand things that you've done and just kind of slip right back into it or is it like. Is it like slipping back into something that's unfamiliar. You're in the get familiar with it again. Like what is that like for. You know i mean this is my home. This is where i have my family. I've lost my friends here. Of course i often meet new friends but still this is what i'm used to at the same time it gives me pause different perspective. I everything in perspective and that's really valuable. It makes me think in different ways when i'm back home and i really like it at home. I really enjoy new way as a country little bits. It's a annoying some of the people here you know. Everybody can say that about their own country worry. I don't know where to to shy. Maybe but at the same time i do enjoy norway a new way and i'm very restless best and lots of energy. I know you're not guy right now. You're traveling around the girl twice every country sometimes after week or two weeks or months they also like oh. I have to go somewhere and it's not because i don't like it. Here is because i hate my friends or my family. It's it's because it gives me so much to to see the world through different glasses if you like to experience different cultures and try different foods and even if i if i've been to places before then you notice you notice new things changes right and sometimes you know there are no changes might be subtle thing in the atmosphere might happy new buildings very physical things. You might not so been nine years since i've been here. They've really started. You know it's really started improving. Hey no let's poor. People no slums anymore perhaps and so on so usually you see positive changes and of course you you met people before so you come back and me re revisit them so i was really valuable to to have have friends in so many countries around the world yeah this this area we're in right now toy and is an example of that. It's changed a lot over the years. I've found like just really yeah. Neighborhood's changed cities are was evolving but i think we can tend to just let's get back to a physical place like our hometown or something and just always think of it as the same because we spent our childhood there say for example but it's of course it's not the same place. It's twenty years his older older forty years over whatever the case is so. It's a it's a different place but i think i think so much travel helps. You see that a little bit differently. You mentioned norwegians being shy. What is it about that that bums you out. Donald bummed out about that. I mean by that the antelope over thing we were talking about that a little bit before the interview. Is that what you're talking about or area. I'm not bummed. Isobars is more like jokingly but yeah we are being perceived achieved by lots of people abroad as being aggressive or not. Maybe not aggressive but arrogance were if we don't know people we don't we don't tend to say hello version of politeness though right from what i understand slight not bothering people it's kind of like you're being polite and stay out of the way the way that's that's the way we're thinking about it. We're not it's not like a bad intention. No no about into now. That's what i'm saying when people are complaining but he region but you're not so arrogant oregon and i said no no no we're not. We're you know we're just trying to say is you way back makes us lose out on so much because we don't meet people you know. We don't don't have that welcoming small very often. Unfortunately to people and that is so sad. I mean it's totally free smile and his show to study have no bad intentions. You know you're you're here in peace and people should smile more and say hello yeah doesn't mean that you know you're gonna talk to someone someone for an hour but it's.

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"vists" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

Zero To Travel Podcast

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"vists" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

"Well. You can't do nab certain okay but there are still no there are no. It's okay okay. This is funny if you go to fiji which is much more better ester known and visited tourists so it's not in my book but they have accountable museum. There might actually have a national museum. They have their. We're gonna accountable section in the museum of course they <hes> and then the last person who was eastern he was he was a british guy. There was nothing left of him so the only thing they find what's his shoes kind of eight the rest right so shoes are also wow sixty seven okay yeah it should be. It should be well. I mean i guess when you're getting down to the twenty lease visit a destinations as you are probably going to encounter some some things along the way right so those three three sort of island nations since i guess that you would highlight whether any other dads to that list as well you have a five other countries to kid about your <hes> so you have marshall islands and the micronesian federation pacific. They're all worth visiting and you can get there fairly easily. From from the united states you have the so-called island hopper that's flown by united that goes from louis and to to marshall islands and anti renisha federation and from there you can relatively easily visit to the other this but as i said sometimes there there are a few days between flights. You might <hes> decide some time yeah. I know there's a probably small percentage of people that are interested in traveling to maybe war torn countries or some of these more dangerous places and i'm u._b. Probably aliyah mistake on my part. If i didn't ask you about what it's like to travel to some of those places a list you mentioned when you broken up into two of the twenty and and i'm just curious how that works logistically i guess traveling to those countries and i just wanted to hear some experience from the grounds because chances are in who knows in your lifetime how things will go but i'm not probably going to any of those places anytime soon so this is my chance to hear what it's like. No i mentioned yemen where i used to fix so typically. You should know someone on the ground. I mean of course i never know maybe also of course there are some people out. They actually they. They seek the frontier where you know. There was fighting. I don't do that. You know i you know i i try to say saif i they ask people on the ground and i tried to get advice and you know i'm not. I'm there to experience things. I'm not there to sue die right so typically find someone local guests advice good way to do that is via social media or we might be in your hotel in the post you ask oscar grant to to these countries are so few visitors that if you approach people and say hey i'm visiting as a tourist festival will probably think you're crazy. Is you know officer officer. After a few seconds i would think that'd be quite on the that's reading is but generally you're finding that people are surprised and honored isn't that and and they're very curious so this is kind of their chance to they might not be able to do a lot of traveling. It's absolutely nothing when when you know we are very lucky we we have. We're from high income countries. We have strong policies. We can actually travel yeah and then you think about and people are inviting us to weddings and dinners hikes and boat trips and all the rest of it and then you think about it and we post this on social media denver so proud when getting many logs and look what i did in my holiday this with some locals and stop to think wow don't you think those people that took us devos in writers those things those experiences don't you think they would like. Did you travel as well yeah and most of them would but you know that you know they're not they. Don't wanna have you by conscience. You know talking about since you know. I met this one guy in costa rica and he told me you know i'm really inspired by all the traveling all the rest of it. I only wish i could do as well. You know i'm never going to be. I'm never gonna make enough of money so if travelling doesn't humbly as a person. I don't have anything anything will definitely we're thinking about. We are very very lucky to be able to travel to different countries and i think that's that's very important to keep in mind yeah and then when it comes to traveling you know even afghanistan john somalia south sudan yemen or these countries they have safe zones so she can actually visit a word and country if you want to on be safe are relatively cypher even very safe afganistan. You have a province. That's called bamian which is considered only saif province in afghanistan in some ways. It's the only place where there tourist office for instance and it's being visited by thousands of locals ghani's every year. Okay okay you know it's a beautiful area safe very few weapons elsewhere in afghanistan and the weapons everywhere. You'll see military vehicles everywhere so he's also a break. Mike and we're seeing that more and more westerners are going there as well to even skiing and see to to hunt for archaeological sites and you know explore archaeological okay logical sites and very green and all the rest of so you can always find somewhere almost always you know but i don't recommend people who hasn't really travelled much to to make were ridden country. There faster nation you know is the same as with anything else baseball football soccer singing. You know you're not going to be world champion the first day you try something. It's about practice travel as well so you know salt local and and gradually expanded paris than make you wait afghanistan just like that. I've no anchor. I guess for what it's like to be in war-torn country like that and i mean even when you're in the safe zone. I guess you're you're still with local so you're getting a sense of what that is. I mean what is it like. What is the vibe in afghanistan for example. Is it just kind of hey. We're just beat down all the way like this. This is constantly happening or january. People just living their lives and people alert generally living their lives in kabul the capital city of afghanistan almost five million people. It's a fairly big city. I mean there. There's many people there are or and tire no way so i was there and there was there was a bomb blast so it was a terror acts of terror and fifty seven people died and i also people you know a friend friend of mine gala leon ask him. How can you live like this since well. It's life. We're not going to terrorists. Make them win. We're not gonna make them dictate. How we're going to our lives so we take our precautions. You know we look for hidden unusual objects or people that i've live suspiciously we avoid typically avoid big accused and stuff like that but other than that you know we live our lives normally and we're never gonna win win and then he said something and then you have to you have to be good in statistics as it what what six or even the very sad events events today. Fifty seven people died right. It's in a city of five hundred people look at how many people die in the country five million or you know in a city of five hundred people in traffic accidents and i don't know in bike gun wounds whatever else you know being hit by cars or and so it adds up so you have to look at statistics very very unlikely that is going to hit you and it is a valid point valid point for us travelers. You know yes the only thing we hear the only things we hear about from afghanistan and south sudan and somalia if anything is about bomb-blast dumbass tara and then that was one of the reasons i wanted to write this book was to give a voice to normal people from unusual countries right people. You never hear anything about it. Because the only thing you only hear anything about these countries it's bum blossom and death and an awful things and you never hear about the normal people they have kids there. They have schools restaurants. Everything is normal to sutton degree right. You know we perceive these countries very abnormal dangerous awful nasi osu places because the only thing we hear only things we hear about are are negative things to certain degree to to. I think about this being that gentleman you referred to probably a very a very enlightened thing to do right in his position like his things are going on all the time and just to remember oh hey this is not the majority of what's happening and still having that positive outlook and <hes> like you said for travelers to remember that i think it's good because it dispels the fear of a travel really when you keep that in mind but that's not to say that like like you said you shouldn't take precautions and be smart about things but with a twenty four seven media cycle it does make very difficult to like almost almost like you have to take make a conscious effort and do your research and kind of be on top of it yourself to remind yourself that hey the world's it's not so bad. I mean as a travel you know that to go in it but even still like. I haven't been traveling a ton lately so it's not like i forget that but you see all this terrible stuff in the news as in you have to remind yourself. Hey the places. I bet you see people are just living their lives. They want the best for their children. They want a roof over their heads and food and all the basic things that everybody wants and that's just the way it is everywhere. It's no human being. It's quite funny. Though because travel is being perceived as dangerous per se everything now you know whenever you travel. I travel our mothers or parents or siblings. Whoever sure be careful be safe right. Yeah on on anything can happen of course but this is also the notion if you travel about you know you have to be safe because that's perceived as dangerous then beloved who i told you from kabul you i stayed within his house very very generous and very hospitable guy journalists there. He traveled apple to you to to germany april. This april worry now facebook friends feed and everything and he posts a picture from from hamburg germany and all this have gone in friends in word and country on his wall posting be safe right right right well. A colleague from afghanistan. Traveling are safe because being at home is considered safe. Being on the road is considered. That's the news. That really blew my mind. How insane that kind of says it all right. It's just nature for a lot lot of it comes from love to you know i mean of course your mother. Whoever is they just don't want you to get hurt but then they don't say you're getting in the car driveway like be safe. I'm just you're driving the grocery store because obviously most accidents might happen in a car different things but you know it's funny the things we focus on but that's that's a great story. Area love the heads of the so yeah. Just being in germany be safe. I need that anyone says we're on the topic of safety and you've been many places many times. Have you had any sort of situations that were dicey wine somalia once and it was about something as far as a fight over who is going to sit in front of the car of the share taxi terrible fighter physical fight now. How is it almost on into physical fights but this friend of mine is.

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"vists" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

Never Thought I'd Say This

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"vists" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

"Was like you have to this one of my vist ever parenting moment. This is an old one. They signed a couple years ago. Actually it does and it's one of the best stories raise as of what happens so this was a couple years ago and it was at the holidays. The girls had had their their winter concert concert at school. My mom had come up from her from her place. She'd come up to visit. Come to the winter concert and we had big plans. Kids had a minimum day. We were going going to lunch. We were going to see santa at the mall. We were gonna go shopping and then we're going to drive around and go look at christmas lights <unk> themselves on paper rights. I i have this magical winter wonderland day family in love and perfection in my hand. I don't know why i even attempted that. Have that bottom 'cause. It never turns out but i was gonna be grazed me. He's just a great three generation women day merry christmas business right so the season right so already after we get in the car from school and are heading to go get lunch. It's already the bickering just in the back of the van camp. David and i'm like get me right <hes> so we get there. We have to go through a day. They're bickering about cena in all the stuff like one does one nine line. Whatever finally just moral a nice chris was pressured great so do all that driving around looking at christmas lights. These two have been at it all day and you're stuck in the van with your mom mom and and i'm like you guys are making a fool of me in front of grammy. Make new look like i have no control over you yup. That's driving around looking at christmas lights in the neighborhood. We're like you just you drive really slow and there's all these people wind sherman oaks now further out in the valley and and so it's beautiful right or would think if you were alone right now. I'm in a minivan. I've got the christmas music playing steph my mom's in there. There's ample pull window space in a mini okay though all the way around is a window. It's got a pair iran any car. It's all windows and my two children. Oh god arguing overrule conc- out the goddamn oh my god. I'm like what your heads aren't. That big left to right and you can see so. They're they're just going going going. I and i said we're going to go home. We're home finally used apt pullover suddenly right. I jerk the car over to the side. I i put it in part journ around. I said that's it. What are you doing this. This car wouldn't be who is going to be but it ain't going to be pretty that moment as they're staring back at me like i've lost my mind and my mom is just looking at me like oh shit i realize is i've basically challenged children to a bar fight and these money van equivalent of let's take this outside and then at dominate the what am i going to where they wanted someone from which one it was by the way 'cause that's up because i lost right and so they were like you know and so i was like redone certain turn back around and put it in drive and i remember i looked over and i was like aw look you guys. Is it inflatable snoopy over there and like everyone in the car looked at me like i was out of my pocket and you're like no not right now. Now this is great. I'm having damian see the inflatable snoopy now. Can we all see it in this car of all window glass. We it's about you. Stand outside of the centre with your head out like a dog. Was it like it was ridiculous but that was that was one of my more more crap tested parenting moment. I was telling my children. Let's take this shit outside. I love it. You're basically like as soon as you realize that you were just kind of like moving on like i yeah yeah okay great yeah either of you awesome. Let's continue on because i'm gonna have my roommate. When i like to say parenting shock and awe it's it's the shock and all sometimes you just have to say something so off the chart ridiculous and loudly yeah they just freeze and then then you have to like like just go back to normal behavior. This is where i have to say it being ju. You completely lose out on the threats of christmas when i was married to my ex husband and we had christmas. I realized that that's like the best bargaining chip for pencil. Your kids figure out that there's no way that you can still say that. You're not going to give them presents where it's like an hanukkah where i'm like. I couldn't sit like i wouldn't take my probably goes which just makes me like a grinch which is true but it'd be like if they started fighting. I'd be like blow out that minora. Where's your in like religious ones weirdly because because we're not really but you've christmas and mine has to do with my mind neighbors so i was getting the kids ready for school. It was a friday morning. This also happened a few weeks back because i no i called you after this and i was like i have to move yeah. I have an orthodox jewish family that live next to me. They are so sweet there. I think there's four or five kids i honestly i don't know i've lost track of that. They're adorable. They're quiet place. Oh nice. They're like always dressed kind of the same amos met. I don't know because i haven't experienced it but i see a next door. It looks lovely. They're dressed like really cute. It was you know just just nice nice. People and they're very religious. My kids on the other hand were wild animals and i'm trying to get them out the door and relate and i have a client. That's going to call me at eight and if i'm i'm not back. It's like the whole hit on and get my car right. It's obnoxious and so i'm trying to get them and they're arguing with each other and they're touching each other in the face for some reason they were like poking each other in the cheek morning when they just kept poking each other on the cheek and then they would do it out and i say stop it and the other one do it against the other and as i'm pushing seeing them out the door to the car i lose it and i yell at them and i'm like get your fucking asses in booking car. God dammit. I cannot stand dan this bullshit anymore. Fucking getting the fucking car it's fucking friday and i look up and line to cross the yard are the orthodox jewish family kids from oldest little dressed the same pointing et staring at me mouths open like and their parents. It's just a moment where we make eye contact with. I just looked at them and i was like it was also a friday just swore like a truck driver in front of your very orthodox children and chamacha to you. Would you like some of the holland and no they can't even take that 'cause they're kosher. It was like i'm going to go to the kosher bakery and buy them some cookies and leave them on their doorstep so really sorry about that. Yeah bad you buy yeah. That was mine. It was bad like seriously bad and i you. You know whatever i'm a terrible ju. It's they had to know. I'm sure i've they've probably figured out by now. It was the the looks on all of their faces though was kind of priceless it was that when i'm mike that's probably because my older sisters in orthodontics ju. I'm like that's probably how my older sister looks at my facebook every time she looks facebook bris mouth open like i can oh yeah she goes over to wailing wall dobbins for me and says like five thousand prayers site. Just please just help her clearly. She's i love that you live like right in the middle of it though so that no really there's just you're going to most likely offend someone on your way out the door all the time pretty much. I mean even if i'm talking to clients like i'll be walking out and be like i don't live in an orthodox jewish neighbourhood but i'm pretty sure that there are mornings when i'm yelling at my children as we're walking out the door like wow this is really loud for seven thirty in the morning. Do we have time to say how all of our children and barrett terribly serenaded your neighbors with the song the other day. Do you remember that when we were hiding hiding upstairs and they were all singing the lyrics to the phil collins song because that was pretty awesome. Oh yeah yeah that's right. Now did do that so you may have to move just because of that at some point. They were all singing singing. The song like china is what it's called right phil collins it doesn't sound like china's not sound like that and my younger sister and i when we were little believed that the words were i'll be so careful. I'll hold your vagina. I'm used to sing that very very loudly and for some stupid reason i decided to tell not only my children that is yeah and so now they sing that song and they were singing it really really and i i heard a knock it off. He's can't imagine what neighbors on both her vagina my neighbors with the i the poor souls. It's just i i actually a moment that will have to post on our on our social media that said <hes> the weather's getting warmer and my windows will be open so if you hear me screaming like a crazy person please know that i have said this nicely five times already and that the screaming that you hear is only because no one's listening no one who said yeah so that's what i should just post that like outside of my my house over the back fence like look if you hear me. It's because i've just been like hey wanna put that way. You want it. Hey how about hey hey you gonna. How can you take it that it does. I know i just i try to be nice speaking of social social media shall we <hes>. Let's throw out our social media handles so you guys can can follow us and you can also email us and send us your crap tastic parenting branding moments your fail male. We have instagram. It's at never thought i'd say this. That's the same on facebook at never thought i'd say this twitter is at never thought i'd i'm and i'm still mad because i wanted the whole thing and it was taken. Whoever has that should write me and apologized <hes> and then you can email us at never thought i'd at proton mail dot dot com time. That would be hilarious. If i was the person talking with me every time you had the say.

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A mysterious fast radio burst was traced to a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years away

BBC World Service

02:44 min | 1 year ago

A mysterious fast radio burst was traced to a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years away

"No this is not from your radio but an example of form of energy hold a fast radio boast that merges far away from planeta now for the first time an australian led team of researchers has determined the location of one of these signals transformed into audio for the human ear that has come from the galaxy three point six billion light years away it comes two years after researchers pinpointed a similar birth but this one is set to be different so what does this all mean and of course what exactly is a fast radio best i asked keith bannister the lead author of the study and astronomer at the commonwealth stein to fake and research organization it's a radio waves it's like what it says on the tin it happens very quickly in the blink of an eye so you can imagine it lost for about a thousand of a second and they're extremely bright so in that thousand of a second they shine full we can see them from about halfway across the universe But this is the first time that this has happened, right? i discovered in two thousand and seven and since then we've discovered about eighty only one of them which is one we call a repeat i which repeats has been really localized to galaxy we in that case we know it's home it's home galaxy but we've done this time is we've localized once i saw a burst that only happens once we've never seen it before or since and from that little shining did for that thousands of a second we were able to work out its name address and phone number it's a dress on the sky this is very exciting what do you think caused it well that's the that's the million dollar question for the and the other one that's been detected or localized to galaxy we have this model magneto model the magnetized is a type of star it's a type of neutron star to make magnetized usually neat need young stars magnetized loss very long you know they either die spectacularly oh you know become old and boring rockstars but foul and we actually found albus came from a much older and much bowl massive logic alexey than what we found in that first case so where does your research next very excited about this research there's two things that are really exciting is as i said working out exactly what they are where they come from and they come from a huge range of environments the second thing that's really exciting is that when we find foster radio vist we actually get straightaway how much guests on through and that's exciting because the guests between galaxies is where we think there's a whole bunch of meta hiding that we've never seen before so strong as an mkx terrible accountants right so we've lost half the matter in the universe so about four percent of

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How Canadas Anti-Abortion Movement Recruits Young People

The Big Story

09:02 min | 1 year ago

How Canadas Anti-Abortion Movement Recruits Young People

"There are lots of myths, and lies and assumptions at their regarding abortions, especially these days, especially in the United States, where things are not going great right now for those who believe and a woman's right to choose what she does with her own body. The dominoes keep falling in the Bush to overturn Roe v. Wade, the Ohio governor signing today would critics condemn as the most restrictive abortion law in the country today. Missouri became the latest state to pass one of the order now becomes the third state since March to sign your loan, thirteen other states have introduced or advanced similar legislation to Alabama the lead. Est battleground in the newly energized abortion. But there is one myth in particular, that we need to talk about. And it's not about the medical procedure or who gets them or when or why it's about the people who oppose access to abortion. And this myth concerns, Canadians to it's very easy to look at the old white faces of the men in power in America who are imposing restrictive state laws and viewed them as the face of the anti-abortion movement. And that's fair. But it is not the whole story. And what you think you know about who exactly is out there in front of clinics or at their marches for life is probably wrong. So if you're a person who believes in the right to choose. And in the progress that has been made on that front over the decades, then it's important for you to take a really hard look at who is pushing the anti-choice agenda, and where they're doing their recruiting. I'm Jordan Rawlings. And this is the big story, Sydney Loni is a freelance journalist, she investigated the anti-abortion movement in Canada for flare dot com. Hi, said, hi, let's start with general question, how supportive are we of rate to choice in Canada? I always thought we were very supportive in this sort of non-issue. There was a poll in two thousand seventeen that found seventy seven percent of Canadians support pro choice, and that's a pretty good number. I thought it was on a low side. And if you compared to other countries like, France, it's actually eighty six in Sweden's eighty seven percent and support. So we're, we're still and we have a little ways to go. What is the typical image of the pro-life abortion activists anti-abortion activists in Canada? Gentleness conception out there that sort of, you know, angry white men yelling at side, abortion clinics. And when I did this piece, and I spoke to many anti-abortion. Vists. That's what they said that they wanted to sort of dispel, that myth at. That's what they are. And but I think that it's sort of persistent. We think that sort of a small fringe group. I know you know, when I was in university. It'd be the handful of people walk by maybe five or six people with signs you kinda give them wide berth, because there is sort of seen as these kind of weird outliers. And I don't think that that's the case anymore. What's changing, I think the biggest thing surprised me the most too, is just sort of the, the size of the movement now and the youth of the movement. It's, it's not it's, it's young educated women women university. Many of them when Wednesday spoke to many of the women, I spoke to are pursuing careers in healthcare, and that also surprised me, but these are sort of young articulate s- university, educated women. How do they come by these views because that does seem really in congress to me? Yeah. And that's a good question. I think one of the women, I spoke to some of it is based on religion. They've been brought up with these views and they say that their family is also PR. Prolife, but many, you know, in highschool, they've sort of set of tapped into this, and it sort of resonated with them. Many women, I spoke to said that they saw as being cool movement whereas really years ago. Yeah. Years ago, you know, the said that being pro pro choice was sort of the default everyone, you know, their grandparents are now pro-choice, and they see this sort of rebellious the new rebellion movement and whereas before it was cool to be pro choice. Now, they say it's cool to be pro life that seems so strange to, to be honest. Handle telegraphing my head around that one as well. But yeah, I think a lot of us who are pro choice or just in general progressive people. They see you, as the future of their movement. Right. Outta your member after the shooting and park land, Florida last year. There was this whole movement from these teens and the, the message around them from adults was youth. They're going to save us. Right. And, and it seems like you know, we see young kids fighting climate change and speaking out against racism, and I feel like abortion, just gets lumped in there, too. And maybe it shouldn't. Yeah, I, I think maybe I think maybe we've become complacent about it. I mean I certainly had no idea how big this movement was earlier in may that the March for life, which I'd never actually even wasn't really on my radar took place. And that sort of where I interviewed on these women who are preparing to go the March, and they're excited about the March when young woman, I interviewed was hosting a gala at in Victoria, the university after the March. So it's like a big it's a big cool party and the March started in nineteen ninety eight and were. Seven hundred participants in this last year, they were fifteen thousand and that's only an Ottawa. So the marches all over your city across the country, and it just shows the size of the growing Amenam of this movement. Tell me about a couple of the young women, you've met, if there are any who stand, particularly to you, and what they're like. Yeah. I think one woman in particular, she's she's eighteen eighteen and she was her first March. And she was just like a kid going on a trip. She was really excited about it. It was her first she's, she just graduated from high school. Her family is she told me was also antiabortion, but she was excited to be other people, our age who share those views, and she wanted to be part of the movement, and wanted to possibly in the future, maybe intern at some of these organizations. And that's the other thing is a lot of these groups have interns, who start very young and use of Ashby, where these people are coming from. They start out, you know, they were being recruited in high school to, to come into the offices and work there. And then they end up also out on the streets holding the signs. And the things that we do. See that was actually my next question is, is this, a conscious effort by anti-abortion organizations to get younger? I would say so definitely and even the place to everyone, who I talked to said that they had I'm been exposed to these ideas in high school and in some schools, one of the women, I didn't end up talking to her article, had followed her, and we had talked a little bit, but she actually goes into high schools and does talks about, you know, the antiabortion movement. And so there's that aspect as well. What are pro choice organizations doing to try to? They must see the tide turning than I, I don't know, if the thought that the right metaphor being possibly one woman, I spoke to was very concerned in and she had no when she found out, she wasn't an activist didn't think of his office when before the March for life. But then this was the first year that there was one in Toronto as well. And that kind of freaked her out a bit. And so she organized a counter protest in got on Facebook and got all these people involved to come out of warn people was happening part of it, and also to sort of. Have a have a voice for the other side for the pro choice side, and another woman in Berta longtime activists said that. Yes, there is momentum and that the people who are active in the movement are doing whatever they can about it. But the society is a whole has become a little bit on the complacence. I we don't really haven't really isn't on our radar, and we look so th and think, oh, that could never happen here. And I think the concern is, you know, if it can happen there, I can happen anywhere and you we have some very vocal pro-life politicians who've been elected, and people are electing them despite having them holding these views. So that is an issue. We did a podcast last week about Sam who Stor off who's, obviously interesting not female, but very young. And very vocally anti-abortion, and when we talk about this stuff, even people who are critics of him say, they would never actually change the law. Stephen Harper didn't change the laws. Andrew Scheer has no plans to change the laws. Right. So there is. It's not necessarily complacency. But there just seems to be a thought that this is a done deal. Right. I think that's maybe dangerous thought I think that the anti-abortion people spoke to said that their goal was to, to support pro life politicians into get into show them that they have a huge movement behind them, but there's also this sort of more insidious things terms of, you know, our, our side in tarot back to the nineties, and we're taking steps back everywhere else in related ways. And just how hard it is for women to access abortion in Canada. I think people don't necessarily realize that I mean, you've only been only got one MP is nineteen thousand seventeen and in other provinces. Well, it's not it's not easy there. It's hard to find clinics to find train doctors long wait times. So it's a lot of barriers that,

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Explainer 163: What is the One Nation party, and why wont it go away?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 163: What is the One Nation party, and why wont it go away?

"However, far from a stray Lear, you may be and however little attention. You are paying to the federal election campaign through which the country is putting itself it is nicer than that sometime before polls open on me. Eighteenth your consciousness will be clouded by the name of the one nation party. And if I've been invited to I want into my home, then I should have the right to have say in my country. This may indeed already have happened the characteristically ridiculous interview given this week to a stray in television by one nations, founder and leader Senator Pauline Hanson possessed much of the stuff of which global viral sensations are made scandal fast tears, and the always happening spectacle of those who make their living trading in sanctimonious rage getting their own tone in the pillory. Keep going up. No have no. Until two people. Don't. The central issue of this particular brouhaha was the release of footage, which showed a one nation. Senate candidate Steve Dixon patronizing a strip club in Washington DC and while so doing making a variety of misogynist and racist remarks. Mr. Dixon has now resigned an issue. The does not reflect the person I am apology customary on occasions on which a public figure has done or said something reflecting on the person the when I finish work, and I'll help you never drink when you finish work, but we all do. I'm gonna put my hand on my heart. Have run as a young man being to strip clubs. I've done a whole lot of things. Most young men have done in this country. This was very far from the first scandal surrounding personal conduct of someone associated with one nation, and any bookmaker would be delighted to take your bit on it being the lust for as long as the party has existed. One nation has been a powerful magnet for crackpots. Ding, bats and Yahoos. But and he is the important and somewhat terrifying. Part exist run nation still does after more than two decades of contributing nothing to ustralia public discourse. But division paranoia and stupidity. You come to country you live under constitution in the Lauren. If you wanna have four or five. Do you wanna mutilated children? And if you want to treat women with right disrespect, this many countries you can live in. But none of them cold Estrada poll suggests that perhaps five percent Australia plan to vote for one nation, which is about what they got last time out in two thousand sixteen enough for four Senate seats, although in keeping with one nation tradition. This was reduced to their present to by infighting and incompetence gloriously given one nations hostelry to immigration one. Senator Malcolm Roberts had to resign upon discovering that he was a foreign citizen. His replacement Fraser ending who preferred to sit as an independent earned a richly merited measure of global infamy earlier this year by blaming the Christchurch mosque massacre on its victims. This is my land and RBIs going here. I don't know of any other place. As much as now, just because you're an average will is a week excuse. One nation founder emerged onto a straight national political landscape in nineteen ninety six when a stray is liberal party, which is a strenuous conservative party chose her as a candidate for the Queensland seat of Oxley the liberals then un-chinese her when she wrote a letter to a newspaper suggesting legislative efforts to make amends to a stray Leah's indigenous people had gone too far Hansen won the seat anyway as an independent and launched one nation shortly afterwards in her maiden speech to parliament, she reiterated her fact defying proposition that indigenous Australians were getting an easy ride and further fretted at the prospect of a strenuous. Hansen has moved on since then via picturesque political and personal upheavals, including a prison term for a fraud conviction to quashed, plus the inevitable appearances on reality television. And at one point falling out with the party. She'd founded more recently, she has been burgling about a string beans, Muslims and illustrated her terror of this prospect by wearing a burqa into the Senate chamber atypically pure oil stunt for which she was fiercely denounced by stray Leah's, then attorney General George Brandis enter ridicule that community to drive corner to its religious Gavin's is an appalling thing to do. And I would ask you. Looking back own the wretched one nation story tonight. It's possible to see him as pioneers in as much as someone has to have bad ideas. I the populist convulsions which have beset the United States and Europe in this century. Have looked dismally familiar to straightens accustomed to one nation's feral nostalgia at visting xenophobia and in persecution complex, obviously for the two hundred nineteenth time they were on. There is another Moroccan scum makes the streets unsafe. Video can comb what Nina goes control of our borders and put in place a positive immigration policy. I'm by main we won't Australian style point system. It would be wrong to describe one nation as a failure at least on the tones. They have regrettably attracted disproportionate attention from the media too easily seduced by the shabby thrilled with being seen to poke a bear with a stick. And because of this have too often succeeded in dragging mainstream conservatives towards this warm, but one nation remain fundamentally marginal proposition for two reasons which should be absorbed as lessons by other countries. The first is a stray Leah's compulsory vote. A powerful insulation against extremist entry is this second is that institutional and or ideological idiocy has a way of canceling itself out eventually. Twenty four. I'm andrew.

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"vists" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"vists" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Month on Tuesdays leading to next Monday's publication of the rational bible and the book of exodus when the next book comes out the third one after that, I'll give you insights from that book. This is how. A week. This is how we get our was. That's the book got a challenge, which I always like from Detroit. Hello, brian. Thank you for calling. How are you? Well, thank you. I disagree strongly with your point of view on this. I guess the question you're asking is is the God of of the bible standard of good and evil or is man human being. Standard of good luck. And we decided and I decided on the side of human beings should be the ones who decided after all we are the only the only species only the entire universe that relates to that. We know of the side that even even if you if you look at the question that you're you know, that you pose. Is the objective scattered of good evil. But if you reveal testament then. That is definitely not the standard that I would want to see as one of good evil numerous areas in the Old Testament that plainly so that the God of that Old Testament is. People out for no reason kills infants. You can take a look at the flood itself. That. And again, I don't believe any of that that I'm just pointing out that if the God of the Old Testament, actually visted he was not necessarily a any petty wasn't a standard of good that. I think that should be raised you, okay? Couple of quick responses, and I'm really cold. First of all, I interestingly, I have a whole essay in the Russian bible coming up next Monday on that subject. And that is the flood. And I I I actually admire God for bringing the flood. God created out even the children. What was he gonna do? Okay. Okay. Could don't get it? Because they don't let me you don't even let me explain. You're good, man. Okay. So God created the human being and the thing he wanted. Most was that we treat each other will turned out that people were disgusting to each other violence, and that's the word used come us that man was violent. There was not that man think bad against God. What the reason God wiped out humanity except for Noah was in his family was that we utterly male treated one another. I'd like I like to God who says, you know, what if the creature that I created the highest creature that I created just turns out to be despicable. I'm getting rid of him. And I'm going to try again, I like that God he doesn't he doesn't create a human being just to be bad to one another. If we're going to be horrible that he's going to try it again. And he gives this guy Noah laws that he didn't give Adam and eve and he's going to try with some basic moral loss to this guy Noah his family and his descendants to try a second time. I I like that God the God that I wouldn't like is let people rape and murder and torture each other all they want out of it. So I actually I love the God who bought the flood..

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Two for the show: Trump meets Kim

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:35 min | 2 years ago

Two for the show: Trump meets Kim

"Starting tomorrow in Vietnam. North Korea's leader Kim Jong Hoon will meet with President Donald Trump for a second time. We're going to have a very interesting two and a half days in Vietnam. And we have a chance for the total de nuclearization of an area of the world that was very dangerous that may sound like a grand and concrete ambition, but there's some confusion as to what total denuclearisation really means. It seems that since the pair I met in Singapore last June. Mr. Trump has lowered his sights of it yesterday. He said he was not in a rush to denuclearization as long as North Korea. Does no more weapons testing. How much diplomatic progress has been made since that Singapore summit, and what the two sides expect to achieve this time around Kim to Donald Trump pledge to establish a PanAm peace regime on the Korean peninsula and to leave the fold you. Nuclearization of the peninsula, but they didn't really agree on what that meant for the past few months progress on any of those goals has been hampered by the fact that they haven't been able to agree on definitions of any of those things are sold bureau chief, Lena Schipper is in Vietnam ahead of the summit. Lena. What's the mood like in Vietnam? Well from what I could see on the road and from the airport. Everybody is extremely excited. This Vietnamese government we should say extremely excited. There are lots of American North Korean flags lining the road. They're all sorts of LED displays saying Hello. Welcome to noise such peace. So that can effort even though they didn't have very much time to Pat, what about your sort of home bureau, what what has the feeling in in Seoul. And so the mood is much less excited than it was before the Singapore. Some of the before Singaple you had the the to inter-korean summits that people very moved buying South Korea because you had. Kim's shaking hands across the dividing line in the demilitarized in the board of between North Korean South Korean people was very brilliant and hopeful and this time the mood was in is a lot more subdued. I think people have much lower expectations than they did in the run-up syncopal. Not very much as happened for few months there. The it's more wait-and-see. I think than it was. Some big promises were made at the last meeting, but since then not much as happened to fulfil them. What should the world expect this time around? I didn't think we should expect too much. Edward car is the economists deputy editor, but we have to see more than we saw from Singapore, which is really just a sort of handshake and a smile, so their various things that people are talking about one is an opening of liaison offices at the moment. There's no formal diplomatic contacts. There could be an opening of liaison offices in each other's capitals. It may be that North Korea is willing to shutdown temporarily or permanently its Yongbyon react to where a lot of immunity materials being created. It may be that they'll allow the inspection of its test site, which it said it's closing descend like significant Justice, but they're really less significant than they they see one high profile North Korean Coldham, like painting an old car for resale. These are really. Decrepit places 'institutions at all particularly useful to the north again on the other side in old even to get that far the United States may have to relax some sanctions. Now, this is a long way from eliminating the North Korean nuclear threat. But it is a movement of of some sort that is the the pointed question, do you believe that Mr Kim would ever completely denuclearize? I think it's unlikely, but he doesn't really have to listen to me, both America's intelligence services and more recently senior military commander in Asia. Have both said they think it's unlikely that North Korea will give up all its nuclear weapons. Their assessments is much more likely that careers willing to give up some weapons in exchange for a relaxation of sanctions, a recognition by the United States of the Kim regime, but Trump doesn't agree with that. And he called his security services naive and told them that they were totally wrong. And. There's a great deal to be had with North Korea, which he thinks has the opportunity become one of the fastest growing economies in the world. If only they tried so the discussion of denuclearization that came about during the Singapore meeting. What exactly does that mean? Well, I think that's a big problem because each side means different things by complete DeLuca is Asian the Americans made getting rid of all North Korea's nuclear weapons in a verifiable fashion. The North Koreans. We think mean getting rid of American troops as well as their own weapon. So it means getting rid of the entire threat to both career, which they would argue is the result of having US troops in South Korea protected by the US nuclear umbrella. So both sides in Singapore were able to agree on this formula because it meant fundamentally different things to each of them that at some points going to have to be resolved. This seems like a repeat of a situation the world seen before diplomatic attempts that result in North Korea getting concessions, but the west not getting the security that. Angling for that's possible. Certainly it's what many people think, but there is a difference. This time Kim Jong relatively young man around thirty would hope to have many decades in power. He has to think about what's what's the future? How can he survive for decades in power in lessee has economic growth? That's Mr. Kim's guarantee of maintaining power over decades. Yes. I mean, the economy is small and not doing terribly. Well, it'd be a long time before the economy can finance huge weapons expenditure. Even now devotes a massive show GDP to buy weapons, but it's clear that it's the technological level is conventional weapons is pretty rudimentary. So it depends to defend itself against the highly sophisticated weapons of his enemies all who thinks is enemies in in the region and the United States the way it defends itself against those visted weapons is with the nuclear deterrent will quite I mean, how do we escape the feeling that North Korea is? Getting more and more of it what it wants. But never any moves on on denuclearization. I think that's a hard question to answer. One thing that has been gained is that the haven't been more tests. So there's some feeling that for as long as north doesn't test than it's becoming slightly less dangerous is not completing the miniaturization of the warhead one hopes. And so there's a there's a feeling that perhaps. It's less dangerous if it's not testing, that's that's kind of some gain that the rest of the world is getting. But you're right. They have to think quite hard about how much they're willing to relax sanctions without seeing really concrete steps towards denuclearization. And the thing that's really key. I think some point the north is going to have to come up with a complete inventory of everything that it has. And we, you know, you'll know that it serious when the north has come out with his infantry Tillett does with just dancing around. Really? I mean, there is some sense that perhaps this is perhaps a bit of theater on. On both parts right on on Mr Kim, looking to to be seen to be getting concessions from the west Mr. Trump being seen to be a, you know tackling extremely thorny longstanding problem of diplomacy as it just the what is he's to make fun of some bits of it. The Trumpian tweets and of Trump's Egan's to be nominated for the Nobel peace prize. But I think there's something very serious at St. to the first of these is the north Trump was warned was a growing threat when he was coming into office. I and we've seen the cessation of tests. And that's something that's really worth having the second is that it's unacceptable to have North Korea able to hit the United States with a nuclear armed ICBM. No, president can stand for that. And so this something deadly serious here as well as the kind of grandstanding and the style in which Trump does. That's very Trumpian. But he is grappling with a fundamentally important issue for the security, nited states and for the security of the entire part of Asia.

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"vists" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"vists" Discussed on Risky Business

"I guess paranoid thing to do. But yeah, the stories being kind of swirling around. But some of you know, lurid details like that about him spying on his lovers. And then also some of the impact on the particularity guy and his operation the running this kind of thing for the cartels, and then it's kinda gone on with into an interesting interesting side note of the involvement of Pegasus everyone's favorite before we before we get to that side night. I mean, I just wanna make it known that El Chapo was actually using flexi spy to do this. The consumer. A grade spyware that that idiots put on their spouses phones, right? This is the stuff he was using. And the FBI was able to obtain so much of this wonderful content by getting from flexi spy. Which is ironic and funny, and yet also really on the school is quite how sleazy that business of selling this kind of software nominally to parents can look over the children and take care of them. When in fact, this is what actually gets used full. But as you point out there is an angle to this. And I find it interesting because this really looks like maybe doing some to try to combat the perception forming of the company that there are a bunch of jokes and everything that happened with the murder of Khashoggi this this looks like, and it's all going. Hey, look, we took down the Sinoloa Kotel. Isn't that? Right. Yeah. I always say the fishing for good news story. And but this is interesting because it looked like they approached the Mexicans try and help out, you know, provide a fine the good customer for their for their product. You know, quite a few years ago. Now back in twenty eleven and it got point with president of Mexico phoned them. Say thank you for their help in providing tooling to help track down various members of the cocktails through if with Pegasus tooling, which. I guess they need to go to the story. But it's funny angle to it. Well, I mean, this another tidbits here like they actually came up with a customized version of their software because L chop started distributing fines that were some sort of customized platform. Mexican authorities. Go to hold of one sent it to an group. They are eat it and came up with a with a suitable implant for it. So, you know, there's some interesting stuff in the story. And you're right. They do kind of need a good news story. But I guess one reason this is interesting is because this is complicated. This stuff, isn't it? And you've heard me Cy it so many times, which is even horrible corrupt countries still have legitimate security needs. I mean personally would I be involved in selling this type of technology to the Mexican government? No, I probably wouldn't. But you can see how some people might find that. It'd be a dilemma you can sell it to them. They can target El Chapo with it. But there's gonna be some unintended consequences because other people are going to get a hold of it and use it to target bloggers and human rights. Vists and people like that. Yeah. Does that kind of a naval tension, right way? You either develop the tool via the customers, and let them do what they want within except of that. You're not going to be able to have the degree of control the would like or on the other hand, you have to be involved in every single aspect of you know, in the end, what is not your business in private company in Israel. Maybe shouldn't be involved in day-to-day makes police who grabbed I don't have a role in that on then then accountable to the Mexican public in the way that they're law enforcement. So you know, there's no real good answer to that. You have to find some middle ground between those two Hanes. And yeah, I'm in the fact that helped technique Drake hotel. Maybe that is the is actually a genuinely good use story. Not just cynical PR. Bit of interesting research or a bit of interesting observed activity FireEye has has noticed which is a bunch of people. Well, it looks like the Iranian government. They basically earning DNS changing Iraq ords, and then using let's encrypt to make everything look hunky Dory and men in the middling a whole bunch of stuff..

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"vists" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"vists" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Borders is an organization that told us to join the caravan that everything is going to be easy. But then you're on the road, and it's really hard difficulty medical. They deceive all they say, we're going to the Mexico US border, and we'll all cross together better with the truth is if you can't do this. It's a legal. It was. Name is bummer. Vists have urged to be Darlene jumped the fence, but it's better to return to my country because that's against the law. Punish you? It's better to wait in line if he's not sent to a migrant detention facility, darling. At a lead Mercado wants to join his brother in San Antonio, Texas and find work weblogs seen thrown tariffs, a Mexico based immigrant solidarity organization posted a response to recent criticism of its actions on its Facebook page. They emphatically reject the quote defamation of our work of accompanying the caravan the group vows to continue to support and protect the human rights of Central American migrants in transit. The waiting game and the squalid shelters in Tijuana is grading on. Everyone's nerves blunt EDS and her family from Tabuchi out behind Uris are cooling their heels at a shelter run. By an evangelical church called the embassador is for Christ. She's a heavy set woman with weary is they're staying in a camping tent set up in the church sanctuary. Mike Adolfo style. Book the emperor yuckiness were frustrated we've been here. A long time. We're discussing the possibility of staying here in Tijuana because there's. Pins? Well, but there are days when we also wonder if we should jump the fence, we don't know what we'll do more and more Hondurans who came into caravan are deciding to stay in Tijuana, Mexico issued more than two thousand humanitarian visas that allow them to work in this booming border city on the Pacific coast foreign-owned assembly plants, construction sites, fruit vendors, they're all hiring. Santos faubion Gomez who says he fled marauding gangs and one hundred s has taken a job washing dishes for a humanitarian group world central kitchen that prepares hundreds of meals for the migrants daily.

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"vists" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"vists" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Francisco are investigating a single arm. Fire that set to people to the hospital with critical burn injuries. Fire department. Spokesman Jonathan Baxter tells KCBS the fire broke out just before eight this morning on a vacant lot at hill housing project on Connecticut. St. Baxter says the fire was contained just that building new construction project at the cross the street that was not affected by just fire is the visting property that we have across the street. It has been here. For decades construction workers in the area helped fire and police officers vacuous several people including one of the victims and a family of five living in an Jason unit. No members of the family that were hurt a court. Filing from PG knee detailing the deadly 2017 tubs. Fire in the north bay suggest the cause may be connected to equipment on private property in calistoga. That was not overseen by utility, no official causes been determined for the tubs fire which killed twenty four people. The PG filing is the first detailed description of the electrical equipment on the property. But is not the definitive answer to what caused the fire. The filing was made at the request of a judge. She will determine whether PG violated. Terms of a five-year probation imposed in two thousand seventeen in connection with the twenty ten San Bruno pipeline explosion a six year old east Oakland, girl should recover, but could forever have a bullet in her head after being hit by what police believe was celebrate or New Year's gunfire. As KCBS is highly Quanta reports from Oakland. The police chief says they're coming after whoever did it thermal street just off busy ninety avenue was buzzing with New Year's parties and at midnight, the sky thundered with the usual ill advised and illegal celebratory gunfire. But it wasn't until two AM that. Six year old at a backyard party collapsed. Crying doctors at UCSF. Benny off children's hospital may never remove the bullet for fear of causing more damage police chief and Kirkpatrick brought an oversized teddy bear to the girls bedside and says falling bullets struck a car outside the home as well. So they have ballistics evidence where you can find and get the bullets..

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"vists" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"vists" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Visted left her with three broken ribs jackley went home but the pain got worse raising some concerns c._b._s.'s dr jon lapook it can be days it can take weeks it can be sore for a while but generally people who break ribs recover from it and they do quite well but of course she's a justice of the supreme court of the united states they're going to be taking extra special attention and care with her and she's eighty five years old in nebraska several inches of snow falling made travel hazardous along interstate eighty as well as state highways and county rose the national weather service issued a winter storm warning that same snow system now stretches from kansas through missouri iowa south dakota minnesota and parts of wisconsin the federal reserve policymaking open market committee wrapped up two days of meetings with the decision to stand pat on interest rates and the wall street on wall street the dow gained ten points this is c._b._s. news ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash free the investigation continues into a surface fire late last week at the bridgeton landfill good afternoon i'm alex bregman camel ex news time four three forty degrees cloudy sky downtown at the arch we have traffic and weather together coming up at four ten total information p._m. continues investigators trying to learn what sparked last week surface fire at the bridgeton landfill here's came alexis kevin colleen with an update on my god look at the smoke you guys captured on amateur video it was a gas fed fire landfill gas from decomposing garbage so says patent ville assistant fire chief matt lavanchy he says the gas either got sparked into a fire above ground or the another theory that could be out there is to is that who's to say that the temperatures in that subsurface smoldering event didn't get to the are elevated to a point that it could sustain a combustion event lavanchy worries another surface fire could break out someplace else on the site last week's plays was far away from the nuclear waste buried at the nearby west lake landfill lavanchy says the closest underground fire that nuclear waste is about six hundred and fifty feet away kevin kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox landfills owner republic services says the underground fire in the nuclear material mar about a thousand feet apart charges have been filed against the captain of a branson tourist boat that sank and killed seventeen people including nine people from an indiana family u._s. attorney timothy garrison announced that kenneth mckee failed to assess incoming weather and violated the conditions laid out in the certificate of inspection fields raise these side curtains instructors passengers.

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The Stone Goblins of Norden written by Jess Judd

Story Time

16:00 min | 2 years ago

The Stone Goblins of Norden written by Jess Judd

"Get a guy's ready to hear a story. I'm super excited to tell you this story because this story with actually requested by Kinton from Canada. Now, when he made the request, he was five, but it was a little while ago said Kenton if you have since ten, six, happy birthday. And I'm sorry that it took so long for me to this story. Kenton Ossis for a story about mining quences. And after a little bit of debate, I decided to go for an old school fairytale for you. Then it's a little bit longer the now normal stories and it gets a little bit scary, but not too scary are really hurt, pielach it, and I really, really enjoyed writing it. So this story obviously is written by me and it's cold. The stone goblins of Norden hype, you lack. There was once a great mountain. One of the tallest mansions in the world not only was the mountain very toll, but it was also very wide and very deep so tall and so wide was the mountain that it stretched from one kingdom in the north down through to others and finished in fourth kingdom in the south, the kingdom's that surrounded it when Nordin, sir, est- and oust. These full kingdoms Austin found it difficult to get along. For example, the people of northern code, the mountain, Deb those from sir, coated non Tanna. The estimates coded lamb Tiga and the people of aalst cold mountain latte, Montek ni in the past. They had been great wars fought between them all for the time. Being however thing. Things between the kingdoms, painful and time wanted along quietly. The people went on with their lives. This story is about one of those people and his name is William William lived with his mama and Papa right at the base of Dubuque in northern his Papa was a coal miner and every day he would get up early with the sun, eat a big wreck vist and then climb up the mountain to the mine because Debbie was so very toll, and they village was so very close to it. The sun only shown in the sky until just after the middle of the day, after that the sun would slowly dip below the very top peak of the mountain and the day would get Dhaka and Dhaka. This meant that the knights were very long and cold Williams. Papa was always careful to be home before the sun was completely behind the mountain before the. Shadows took over the country. Everyone who lived close to the mountain, knew that they had to be home before it was dunk. There was an old legend about the starring Kubota the stone goblins creatures who lived in the mountain that would made of rock and covered in moss. And if they found you on the Manton after doc. Well, let's just say you infra some trouble because of the stern goblins each mine had assembled spotter a man whose job it was to seat outside the mine and watch for the moment. The sun touched the very tip of the Tolleson peak of David. As soon as he saw this happen, he was to blow his horn into the mind, which was the signal for the men to put down their tools and begin the journey down the mountain to their homes. Willem his Papa said to him one morning before kissing him goodbye and making his way up the mountain. The king is coming to inspect the mind today. If you come up and seat in the forest by the road, just before the morning break, you'll be able to see him and all of his nuts rod by Willem smiled. He loved seeing the kings nuts. When he grew up, he wanted to be not. His mama told him that he would have to work very hard and be very lucky for that to happen as the king only took the bravest and kindest of his men to be not. But Willem was determined one day he would be a not. Not as he still had

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Remains of US soldiers killed in Korean War arrive in Hawaii

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Remains of US soldiers killed in Korean War arrive in Hawaii

"Sixty making your way down to about Chapman all right right before, it, went, on, the outer, woman. Causing him on. The one seventy wise. It so heavy wool know normally. Get is in, the morning, but. I I have to think it's. Might be because laurel canyon does have a broken water main if you're heading south to the top. Of the hill at Mulholland? That's, where the water's coming down in the, right lane so we've been telling people to steer clear of laurel I. Think some people have jumped on the. One seventy and they've. Also taken cold water so let me tell, you the effects. Of that right now the one seventy is. Backed up to like I said. About Oxnard. Cold water I would not, take Kuwata it is it is really heavy from at least more back I'm thinking you might want to. Stick with laurel because I, think a lot of, people are. Not on it now and for. That it's heavy but it's not so detrimental that I wouldn't maybe take it it it's a tough call and when, things happen on our canyon road Beverly Beverly Glen Benedict. Look fantastic, it's just valley, visted, is? Very heavy tried. To get to Beverly Glen our next report. Seven forty five I'm Jennifer your, because more track Reports, more often can't extend seventy NewsRadio in southern California today we'll be in the eighty s at the beaches not east downtown again later on this afternoon and, warmer in the valley and the inland empire currently what. Are your has seventy four Irvine seventy two and in. Huntington beach right now but seventy two and the five day forecast is coming up in. Less than ten minutes seven thirty seven at KNX and people. Are saying the emergency alert system in, California needs to be improved, to keep. Fires from becoming deadly that. Fire exploded. Near reading that's the car fire some evacuation orders. Were received warnings to residents may have come too late according to the LA times some officials say they are assessing the evacuation process which could, have flaws in the Santa Clarita valley today the air will be. Bad people with heart and lung disease including asthma will be most, affected, by, the, poor air, quality. This is different. From ozone that protects. Us high in the stratosphere here. At ground level. It at, attacks. Lung cells and is a respiratory Tori here at Ted Sam. Atwood with the south coast, air quality management district has this advice if they are experiencing symptoms or or are particularly sensitive they should consider staying indoors with the windows. And doors shut and. Put the air conditioner on. You can check the status of the air quality at a q- MD. Dot gov or sign up for air alerts Karen Adams Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio seven thirty nine ad. KNX. Talk about marijuana police say they raided a home got about, a thousand, plants one guy was arrested police say complaints from. Neighbors prompted their investigation the Trump administration taking the wraps off a plan today that will weaken car pollution rules in state just like California We are allowed to right now set our own standards the administration wants to freeze standards at twenty twenty levels and revoke the, authority of individual states to set their. Own rules navigate research analysts Sam apple Samad says this sets up a big, fight California's made it, very clear that they, have no intention of giving up without a long fight and they will? Most likely take it all the way to supreme court markup but you say they'll continue to. Make their vehicles more fuel-efficient Jeff Gilbert four CBS news traverse city Michigan seven thirty nine ad KNX the US military. Beginning to the the process of analyzing these Korean war remains were handed over. By. North Korea last week the boxes flown to Honolulu president. Of the coalition of. Families, of Korean and Cold War POW's MIA's, explains how they'll be identifying them dental records to you have circumstantial evidence so what kind of artifacts, came back with The remains you have basic height ethnishity type indicators DNA samples. Will also, be collected and compared from families of troops still missing from war and out of Washington this morning the White House says the president, has gotten the new letter from North. Korea's leader following up on their Singapore summit This one of the searchers continuing for the man who's now suspected of shooting and killing a. Houston heart surgeon does he was biking to work couple of weeks ago goes. News correspondent Omar Villafranca, says it's unclear? If the suspect is alive interesting no police were telling us that he sends a text message a few days ago to an acquaintance saying he was going. To kill himself so police are trying to, find out at this point if.

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"vists" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"vists" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Kinda what he says i can radio well no that's not actually who wrote these lyrics cases where the house music basically the sates it is similar vists lindsey alerted me today which i was kind of fascinated by that actually in our in our music library that we could use although the fact that we're talking about pit bull fair use covers we could play a little pit bull but the the powers that be in this building fullish decided that we cannot do anything like that so we have to do this music but when you do a certain air uses a defense it's not a policy i don't wanna hear the the that's that's not from lindsey there's but if you search in our system you could search artist to hear fake artists music from that artist kind of makes my head spin a little bit wait they've author have the fake so if you do a search for pit bull yeah it will bring up what lindsay it's all like music okay interesting to me and one other note if you're if you're broadcast if your podcast is completely clamped down by corporate rules here's an out for you right right hippo had a great run though i think there's about a four year run where he actually closed out every awards show just like all right and to take out pit bull credit credit start road and he comes on and people just things pit bulls never said no to anything and that that can be make you successful and busy too i actually can say that i saw pit bull this year at a super bowl party and while i won't go as far as joe thighs men that he's a a musty experience for live music fan puts on a show the real songs that i was like oh that's a big hit your like if you had to choose between him and sting and shaggy plane together zero you might have to go pitt bull they gotta go full guy goes party music the thing i think shaggy that was that was a bit of a struggle that's what's happening in the news all right before we move on a word from our sponsor solo new york is one of the biggest bag brands in the country so you know this all ready but they started in two thousand eight with a commitment to shake up the boring industry and make thoughtfully designed bags to keep everything moving word around sideways in style solos new york new york.

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"vists" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"vists" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Steps off the podium and walks through the kitchen of the ambassador hotel not at his side for the first time in that campaign was his bodyguard the ex fbi agent bill berry and berry at bobby's direction it stayed on the podium to help a pregnant ethel kennedy down from the podium so nobody guard bobby's walking through the kitchen answer hans or on a palestinian active vists shoots him several times and kills him but while he is still conscious bobby basically is asking about whether everybody else's i was going to get to this a little bit later but quickly he also lost rosemary kennedy.

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"vists" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"vists" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Thousand eight hundred sixty right now you could potentially get a bit of a break lower the cable rate one thirty seven forty eight that's the british pound versus the us dollar dollar yen is twenty one i nine forty six the us ten year is yielding two and two is important to point nine five eight yeah absolutely interesting fascinating to watch that ten year yield it has not come back maybe i should say it's the opposite of fascinating it has not come back to three percent one time since last week of course it's only been today's only the second trading day but you would have expected at least a touch and it hasn't gotten there yet let's bring an andrew perry right now to talk about well that but mainly something completely different and that's how to make money on sustainable investing at hermes investment management he joins down the studio was with a was with us on television earlier andrew say everybody on the staff in the control room was fascinated by a lot of the things that you were talking about one of them being the fact that you can drive a russian oil tanker now through the atlantic ocean without an icebreaker because all the ice has melted and other being that china's closed down fifty coal coal plants last year not because they're worried about the air quality so much but because they just don't have the water it's the the environment is really changing investment the investment landscape isn't it it is you know it's gets irritated sometimes by people talking about climate change is if it's a future event the future risk was actually quite real and happening now bordeaux has seen declining wine production for example now is getting serious we are talking serious you for ten years know year on year the the other other thing thing i mentioned was russian we tal vists have been soaring but you've got cities like bangkok which was only a modest level of see sea level rises could be severely challenged and threatened jakarta singapore shanghai lot of southeast asian cities are actually quite low level lying they were built on former marshes so you know we could see some very significant challenges in that part of the world and this this is why is well i think one of the big advocates of the science behind climate change in the us has been the.

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Sacramento police fatally shoot unarmed man holding cellphone in backyard

News, Traffic and Weather

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Sacramento police fatally shoot unarmed man holding cellphone in backyard

"How we digest information online we might get to the truth a lot faster kcbs we're going to have to wait a little longer to see a completed transbay transit center there has been yet another delay for completion of the san francisco center with the new opening day now set for august opening day for the two point two billion dollar facility continues to be pushed back latest push back being blamed on unspecified construction delays now looks like it will be late june before work is finished and then there will be some time that will be used to train drivers on the new access and egress routes there's an outcry from relatives active vist and sacramento officials who are asking why police shot at an unarmed black man twenty times killing him when he turned out to be holding only a cell phone in his grandparents back yard police say the man identified by relatives as twenty two year old stephen clarke was spotted breaking vehicle window sunday night sheriff's deputies and a helicopter say they saw him break a neighbor a neighbor sliding glass door to officers chased him into the backyard of his grandparents home where he was staying the department says they opened fire when he pointed what they thought was a.

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IBM unveils 'world's smallest' salt grain-sized computer

Daily Tech News Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

IBM unveils 'world's smallest' salt grain-sized computer

"Daily news show is powered by you to find out more head to daily tech new show dot com slash supports this says the daily tech news for monday march nineteenth twenty eighteen from tina's headquarters in los angeles on tom merritt and from syria theline on sarah lane and joining us today very happy to have back on the show tech journalist and influence or lance hewlett off how's it going lance good thanks so much for having me very excited to be on the show with you guys almost feel like i'm with you you you are here with us nothing separating us but bits and bytes okay same little weather yeah yeah possibly a little bit of weather sa big news today and big thanks to our producer roger chang for helping us put it all together of course let's start with a few things you should know on friday facebook announced it suspended the accounts of strategic communications laboratories it's dated analytics firm cambridge analytics cambridge university professor alexander kogan and christopher wiley from data her visting firm known as you know la technologies for violating facebook's policies on data collection we're going to dig into this a lot further later in the show ibm think twenty eighteen the company is showing off a computer the size of a grain of salt a rock salt so it's not quite as tiny as that but still pretty small computer approximately has the power of four eighty six processor cost less than ten cents to manufacture and it's intended to be used for blockchain shipment tracking of goods and serve or packages goods also for detecting theft fraud and noncompliance ibm researchers testing the first prototype so there's no release date on this yet google has a new program called.

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"vists" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"vists" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Left takes three the paid pulled rob step too suzy's squared up visted soap we'll system while the restricted area we went clears it use lowered the rack what's up the shot right of the room no god and the spurs with koson the middle rebel to player assault on the floor with gorgeous and murray out of top rudy gay and green on the way street silent left with reporters all still good fouled on the play knocked down on his wallet and we'll go the free throw line it appears here for it three free throws and the opening 39 seconds of the fourth quarter green of lengthy points on his sixty minutes did a nice job works in on the clothes out lubaiya in greek on a waiter former comeback and it was just a slight edge round the waist area uh that's going to draw the foul and three three rose would readers corks and unhappy with himself on the blood free throws good for danny grief green foodpoisoning missed the last game a career forty percent 3point shooter as john berry mentioned earlier tonight a numbers poll as a result san antonio said trouble score mentor fact one hundred is the magic number for them the spurs were seventy three this season would scoring under one hundred they're sitting at seventy eight right now 1141 the blood worked off but their defense their defense has been that big where they give up ninety nine a game hence the other ten games over 500 in new york foreign why should you and some of that spark into third for the cancer was round the hospital stream takes it halfway down the lane to know what to do that a guy the arizona shooter past turned it over murray the other end lays it up and some outsourced against mute offenders going right to learn about that with a left hand softly off the glass the athleticism of murray on display their anyone seventy four largest lead matched here by the spurs marching mix it up shoot syllable light no good rebound camped out that jontay murray one of those long armed rebels you traffic its right under turns was out saturday games hit will say that sensitive assault who bobble sitting in his first to foul by larry nance junior let's stops of walk with ten thirty seven.

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"vists" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"vists" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Host herp come with majko's lists moelln visted tomek bride kresa mike ross darlington chamber of commerce doug white glass jacobsen a to carry briggs first virginia community bank mls go will escort cornwall mitchell majola smaller can you please give us a rundown and who will who we have on the air today we've got gil kennedy presidency colombo bank cracked carleen he shareholder admiral beano and company david johnston executive director see for eighty s and william hohmann principle at design cuisine let's get in our first guest kill kennedy president and ceo of colombo bag gil what is colombo back what are you guys doing glaucoma banks say two hundred million dollar a community bank headquartered in rockville maryland low rate and where you from originally from baltimore maryland emily brothers and sisters the i have once just and didn't you tell me earlier we were talking this year older sister had an issue in east would've thought you were like the older brother what was that all about her sister is she is staff and i forget i was the younger brother but in many fast i became the older brother what do you mean we became the older brother what are you talking about i was the one that looked out for her in situations leading the example situations she would although she shan hearing aids she would lipread and with that situation created items situations where she couldn't understand what people per sang and you know when you growing up kids could be mean than i was the one the intervened intervened we would you lurk litter v the on your sister's when you're older sisters behalf whose death were you learn in that experience that has anything to do with building this thing called the colombo bank why was that was the you don't want when you did that when it when i did that i always wanted to our friend other people so if they liked may than it was easier for them to like my sister than you mentioned earlier that you.

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"vists" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"vists" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A that's my private visted dot com private vista is the firm it's one 48 on wgn let's pick up a couple of phone calls shelly thanks for holding your next year on wgn radio what do you wanna say at that errors ocean will allay now whether i would they contractor has quadrupled alert our attract what the government or share out a quad over oil contract or a or quote political h area or and there are such auto all giving the finger ellie level old executive branch of the governor let what political h political speeches protected is that what you're saying oh paying that they're like contract awful protect debt or or or in fact or or in fact a don't allowed i mean i don't know if this matters but it's an out will state i mean they can fire you without cars in virginia by the way i had an attorney whose doesn't planet lon he said virtually every state is and at will state but pretty much an employer unless less firing you for race or religion or some of those protected categories they can fire you anytime they want they can fire you because they can fire him because they're having a bed day they can fire you anytime they want oh correct as blando at norwich ill but on what let's hardly a viable what the dod air i know because we worked on old charging what a contract that there are thoroughly general that offered a cure all our contract that would require the contractor kit top or employee okay so let me ask you this agung i'm going to take some of the calls but answered this question for me would you have fired or not yeah you would have fire that's what i need i appreciate the call shelly carry here on wgn what do you say about that story you're on the air cry i can point to pointing out that i think it somewhat hypocritical that they are holding lip lady to a certain level of get koram wage the president never uh never it's how kill and and never abide by so you know hugh 'prave white the climate group gloom a culture of hate and separatism um and at the same time fail to pat any major type up to the away and yet we have a situation where a woman who expressed his hurricane and get fired because it will again governnent a shell yeah well the president god gave you that.

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"vists" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"vists" Discussed on WEEI

"He's enlisted jaguar visting along shields been going on its uh for awhile since what oefs would you think oh four six now probably the two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen something like the tons of stuff he stunned louis you can only do so much okay you can't you can't do fifteen different sponsors but he's probably doing it close to what peyton manning is done pay mannix the altered or is any when and i don't have a problem with what he does he's a big name he's good at these tv commercials so why shouldn't he do he's into man he obviously cells product to these companies would i agree wouldn't higher but i think i i just feel i don't want to get back into it again i feel like he's been in demand for a very long time and i would say about three years ago when he dove into everything so mantle so many years ago i think he's though is dove dovan every like they're ever a calculated pushed generally identify exactly how gonna attack took a lot of years figure it out and said okay it is how we want to approach it but in all seven in over six in two thousand nine two thousand ten two thousand eleven two thousand twelve i think we all sat here and said ten interesting is really put himself out there i was trash stephen a truck again hates dave hey how are you going to change the communication a shared where the only played a quite a bit right so har manning other than that uh or hot prior to like two thousand seven i know after the perfect future uh tom brady bought every one of his off at the white and audi q set up like a seventy thousand dollar suv did avenue affiliation without out yet all right we're quite akayesu faith brick doing this is all career prior oil he don't wait a minute hold on he didn't do it i'm not saying he did it in two thousand one two thousand two we went from a ford shrink quarterback and he was just thrown on the city wasn't making an awful lot of money in the national football league after 2004 you one of all wandering feet face so you how anything everything but he is now autonomy every the only talking when.

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"vists" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"vists" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

"The uh the whole way i found my rural ma'am again the usual routine for a court who is it turned on the tv and opened the drapes wide would the look out over the old sectional downtown and two smallish serve city it was brieger them all but only by oil uh new york city or chicago was not a hotel and the the test office tower were tallest buildings this though a city after rising over the refurbished warehouses that eighty back just after the civil war when i travel for work i like to get a sense so what's happening around the city so i tuned into one of our local news cast started packing there was nothing all that interesting going on just the eu's wool petty crime in politics my suit in the closet was stuffing somalia where in the earth food law caught my attention was drawn who war was going on outside the stall rolled up all the say the even more quickly than i expected alas birth survey had been strangled under di clouds visted sovatharo warner banded roof tops towards the river i could see the occasional flashes a widening the clouds seemed possibly low almost near the level of my window but i chuck pat up to a trick you aligning ever return to unpack we were the guy was clearly give evoked a line of conduct stove they were tracking gesturing gravely yet hey prick sawyer brightly coloured blog beret the european u several times that there had been a tornado reporter which made him entirely too excited i chuckled and laid way laid out by razor coal to brush.

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"vists" Discussed on Podcast – The Pan-African Alliance

Podcast – The Pan-African Alliance

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"vists" Discussed on Podcast – The Pan-African Alliance

"Club millie is our argo clo mills mslsd help one thousand people save and invest one thousand dollars so this is my side of the nuba walter were unmatched bringing investment has case into the earth community while maybe you're person it never invested before baby don't always stop marketed maybe you don't know how visting real estate while i have a platform that did allows us to great all of our listeners are such that subject matter experts to give you the education that you don't have at a low cost uh the the the wigan second one thousand people it has it was we get some one thousand people wheel one thousand people say innovest one thousand dollars we then have capital of one million dollars what is one billion dollars one million dollars jews you what a call leverage what can you do levers lara's me that you can you can then sawn through yourself without having a star campaign you can help another of rising business that you believe and it has a plant at just these the capital the capital is was the stopping media goes for being a great as i note again the tap wto has been is been was stopped many of us for rewrite will what if we must what if we become our own bank what have we become are all shark tank what we just bad our resources together and invest in products and services covering values and marketplace and in their return give us a return on investment can tell you exactly which a return on investment will be if you invest in trump roads.

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