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大紀元新聞
報告:量子技術使中共黑客的威脅更複雜 | 大紀元 | 大纪元

大紀元新聞

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 3:42


博思艾倫諮詢公司(Booz Allen Hamilton, BAH)在一份新報告中警告,量子科技將徹底改變許多行業,並破解現行的加密方法,讓中共網絡威脅變得更加複雜。 更多內容請見:https://www.epochtimes.com/b5/21/11/23/n13393202.htm 大纪元,大纪元新闻,大紀元,大紀元新聞,中共, 量子技術, 網絡威脅, 量子科技, 中共黑客 Support this podcast

Kısa Dalga Podcast
BÜLTEN / KARA SALI: DÖVİZ UÇTU, MERKEZ SEYRETTİ

Kısa Dalga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 10:44


Dolar 1 günde yüzde 18'dan fazla arttı... Altın da uçtu.. Bankalar mobil uygulamalardan döviz satışını durdurdu..  Erdoğan: Erken seçim olmayacak... Bahçeli: Takip edilen ekonomi politikaları doğru,, Kılıçdaroğlu'ndan Erdoğan'a: "Milli güvenlik sorunusun.." 24 Kasım anketi: Öğretmenlerin yüzde 82,6'sı borçlu, yüzde 19,8'i ek iş yapıyor"... Bakan Koca: Kapanma düşünmüyoruz Bülten yayında..

Women of the Military
Advice from women who have served - part 1

Women of the Military

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 32:17


Thank you to our sponsors:Sabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers.  Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio.  Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period. Grunt Style is an American Veteran-owned and operated company that prides itself in patriotic spirit, with the motto Pride in Self, Military, and Country. Grunt Style makes high-quality clothing, with patriotic themes that wave the American flag with pride. Use the code HUFFMAN to save 10% on your first order. Head over to GruntStyle.comCheck out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/09/should-i-join-the-military-2/Check out the full transcript here.  Thank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet your Women of the Military Podcast gear here.Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.   

Bahá’i Oasis
1.14.178 - Remember Me

Bahá’i Oasis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 3:16


From the Persian - 32 - O Befriended Stranger! The candle of thine heart is lighted by the hand of My power, quench it not with the contrary winds of self and passion. The healer of all thine ills is remembrance of Me, forget it not. Make My love thy treasure and cherish it even as thy very sight and life. Bahá'u'lláh —————————————————————— Thy name is my healing, O my God, and remembrance of Thee is my remedy. Nearness to Thee is my hope, and love for Thee is my companion. Thy mercy to me is my healing and my succor in both this world and the world to come. Thou, verily, art the All-Bountiful, the All-Knowing, the All-Wise. Bahá'u'lláh Email: bahaioasis@gmail.com Instagram and Twitter: @bahaioasis --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bahaioasis/message

Dorktales Storytime Podcast
The Little Redge Hen

Dorktales Storytime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 17:36


Who's on board to help Little Redge Hen sow some seeds, harvest the wheat, and grind it in to flour? “NOT I,” say the unbelievably unconcerned cow, the overly obstinate ostrich, and the sourly stubborn sheep, who are focused on their own selfish ways. Will the barnyard besties finally step up, or will Hen's freshly baked bread fill them with the smell of regret?PARENTS, TEACHERS AND HOMESCHOOLERS: This is a retelling of “The Little Red Hen” where you'll find fun examples of alliterative word pairings to describe the farm animals. This story is a conversation starter about collaboration and teamwork, getting to share in the rewards when you help do the work, and the feelings of regret.Find more information and resources:  https://jonincharacter.com/little-redge-hen/     Visit the Dorktales Storytime Podcast website: https://jonincharacter.com/dorktales-storytime-podcast/YOUR KIDS ON OUR SHOW: Contact our “Mr. Redge Hotline” for a chance for a shout out or featured in one of our episodes! Leave us a voicemail, email, video or use our color page - https://jonincharacter.com/contact-the-podcast/FOLLOW US: If our storytelling brings you some joy…and a few laughs, please follow us in your preferred podcast app so future episodes will automatically show up in your podcast library. We'd be so grateful if you helped us grow, by letting others know about our geeky tales too.Now, go be the hero of your own story and we'll see you next once-upon-a-time!KIDS LISTEN MEMBERS: advocates for quality podcasts for kids: https://www.kidslisten.org/WE LOVE FEEDBACK: https://ratethispodcast.com/dorktalesBE PART OF OUR DORK SQUAD, FREE PERKS:https://bit.ly/dorktales-signupCREDITS: This episode has been a Jonincharacter production. Today's story was written by Amy Thompson, and performed by Jonathan Cormur. Sound recording and production by Jermaine Hamilton at Hamilton Studio Recordings. Get our very merry version of Charles Dicken's “A Christmas Carol” about the BAH! HUMBUG! of a man called Ebenezer Scrooge! For a small fee you can support our podcast AND get access to this exclusive bonus episode, about cultivating joy and spreading holiday cheer all year long. Go to buymeacoffee.com/dorktales to purchase and download. Attention grown-ups! We want to hear from your kids! Have them ask Jonathan and Mr. Redge a question for a chance to hear a shout out and response on a future episode. Email us at dorktalesstorytime@gmail.com, call the Mr. Redge hotline at 650.503.9122 or go to our podcast contact page for more ways to get in touch!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dorktales)

TR724 Podcasts
Erdoğan'la Bahçeli Helalleşebilir Mi? [Bülent Korucu]

TR724 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 5:56


Erdoğan'la Bahçeli Helalleşebilir Mi? [Bülent Korucu] by Tr724

Bahá’i Oasis
17.13.178 - Fix your gaze upon Him

Bahá’i Oasis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 4:31


From the Arabic - 1 - O Son of Spirit! My first counsel is this: Possess a pure, kindly and radiant heart, that thine may be a sovereignty ancient, imperishable and everlasting. Bahá'u'lláh —————————————————————— Gleanings From the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh - pg. XLIII, Paragraph 4 O people of God! Do not busy yourselves in your own concerns; let your thoughts be fixed upon that which will rehabilitate the fortunes of mankind and sanctify the hearts and souls of men. This can best be achieved through pure and holy deeds, through a virtuous life and a goodly behavior. Valiant acts will ensure the triumph of this Cause, and a saintly character will reinforce its power. Cleave unto righteousness, O people of Bahá! This, verily, is the commandment which this wronged One hath given unto you, and the first choice of His unrestrained Will for every one of you. - Bahá'u'lláh Email: bahaioasis@gmail.com Instagram and Twitter: @bahaioasis --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bahaioasis/message

StoryLearning Spanish
Season 3 - Episode 5. La casa natal

StoryLearning Spanish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 8:42


Welcome to the third season of StoryLearning Spanish! Follow the transcript below as you listen. Want to support us and get early-access, intro-free audios and PDF transcripts? Join our Patreon community: https://linktr.ee/storylearningspanish Amanda Real entró al comedor cargando dos tazas de café. Aunque tenía más de cincuenta años, todavía conservaba la gracia que la había hecho famosa en su época de bailarina. Caminaba muy erguida, con una taza en cada mano, y esquivaba los muebles con un leve movimiento de cintura. —Así que ahora estás desempleado, hermanito —dijo Amanda. —Retirado —corrigió Julio. —No te imagino, Julito —dijo Amanda—. ¿Cuándo fue la última vez que te tomaste vacaciones? —Hace tres… No, cuatro años —respondió Julio—. El viaje a Londres por tu cumpleaños, ¿recuerdas? —Es demasiado tiempo —dijo Amanda. —No para mí —contestó Julio—. Me gusta Cartagena. Tiene playa, tiene vida… Me gusta mi trabajo, también. O me gustaba. Amanda asintió y bebió un sorbo de café. Julio mordisqueó una alegría de burro. El sabor dulce de la golosina contrastaba con el amargo del café. —Ahora tienes que viajar —dijo Amanda—. Bah, eso es lo que yo haría en tu lugar, si tuviera tu dinero. O búscate un pasatiempo de señor rico y respetable. ¿No quieres comprar un yate? —¡Ya sabes que me mareo en alta mar! —respondió Julio, riendo. —Bueno, ¡un coche deportivo! —dijo Amanda. —Quizás tienes razón, debo buscarme algo para hacer —contestó Julio—. Solo que… Bueno, le he dedicado los últimos treinta años a la firma. Y bueno, era mi trabajo. Me gustaba. Pero no tenía tiempo para mucho más. —¿Y antes? —preguntó Amanda—. ¿Qué había antes de la abogacía? —Antes de la abogacía… —respondió Julio—. La música. Eso era. Glossary comedor: dining room. taza: cup. erguida, erguido: upright. esquivar: to dodge. cintura: waist. mordisquear: to nibble on. alegría de burro: traditional sweet from Cartagena. golosina: candy.

Ahval
Zülfikar Doğan: Bahçeli'nin yüzde 50+1 resti Erdoğan'a geri adım attırdı

Ahval

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 6:56


Zülfikar Doğan: Bahçeli'nin yüzde 50+1 resti Erdoğan'a geri adım attırdı by Ahval

Kısa Dalga Podcast
BÜLTEN: "50 ARTI BİR'E BAHÇELİ SAHİP ÇIKTI"

Kısa Dalga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 10:36


Bahçeli'den Çiçek'e: “Kimlere şirin görünmeye çalışıyorsunuz?... AKP'li Şamil Tayyar: “50 artı bir tuzaktı”... Muhalefetten Bahçeli'ye: İktidarın her şeyinin ortağısınız... Erdoğan'dan muhalefete: Bunların suyu kaynadı... Çeyrek altın bin lira seviyesini aştı, dolarda yeni rekor 10,22 lira.. Şekere de zam..

Women of the Military
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Women of the Military

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 41:37


Thank you to our sponsors:Grunt Style is an American Veteran-owned and operated company that prides itself in patriotic spirit, with the motto Pride in Self, Military, and Country. Grunt Style makes high-quality clothing, with patriotic themes that wave the American flag with pride. Use the code HUFFMAN to save 10% on your first order. Head over to GruntStyle.comSabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers.  Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio.  Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period. Check out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/11/overcoming-imposter-syndrome/Connect with Alani:www.mightysparrowcoaching.comMentioned in this episode:American Corporate PartnersHypersonic Glide Vehicles - ChinaCheck out the full transcript here.  Thank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet your Women of the Military Podcast gear here.Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.   

Kısa Dalga Podcast
BÜLTEN / MHP: "İTTİFAKIN MENSUBUYUZ, HÜKÜMETİN ORTAĞI DEĞİLİZ"

Kısa Dalga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 11:10


Bahçeli'den sonra Karakaya:  "Biz ittifakın bir mensubuyuz, hükümetin ortağı değiliz"... Cemil Çiçek: "50 artı 1 şartı ciddi problem çıkarıyor"... 6 parti 58 maddede anlaştı... Avrupa, Covid-19'un merkez üssü haline geldi... Polonya-Belarus sınırında hapsolmuş insanlar: "Burası çok soğuk, yemek ve ilacımız yok"... Bülten yayında

The Option Genius Podcast: Options Trading For Income and Growth
The Fastest Way to Learn How to Trade Options - 116

The Option Genius Podcast: Options Trading For Income and Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 16:12


What is the fastest way to learn Options? I want to learn to trade Allen. What should I do? How do I get there as fast as possible? Nobody wants to take the long way, right? Everybody wants to take the shortcut. Nobody wants to be like, alright, Allen, I want to take 20 years to learn how to trade and make money No, everybody wants it today, they want instantaneous results. Right now right now. So let's go over some of the things that I think can definitely help you, in your Options Trading journey, that can definitely speed up your path, right? Get you to your goal, the fastest. And that is actually number one. That'll be number one on the list is you have to know your why you have to know why you're doing this, you have to know why you're trading, you have to have a deep inner reason. And you know, if I asked you "Hey, why are you trading?" It's gonna be the first and everybody says, "Oh Allen, I want to make more money. Allen, make more money". Yeah. Okay, great. I know, I know that, right? That's a superficial answer. Everybody wants more money, of course. But why? What is it? And we've talked about this before, we've talked about this in our live events, we've talked about this on the podcast, you got to know why. And you got to dig deeper and deeper until you figure out like, hey, you know what, I want more money because I want more security, because I want my kids to have things I didn't have when I was growing up. Because I want to make the world a better place. I want to start a foundation and give back have a legacy. You know, donate money, blah, blah, blah, whatever it is. That's your thing. Doesn't matter what it is. Right? But that's going to keep you going. And that's going to help you remember why you're doing this because it's a path. It takes a while it's not overnight that you're going to turn into an Option Millionaire, right? So you need something to keep you going when the times get tough. And they do get tough. markets don't cooperate all the time. You know, we think they're going to do this and they do the opposite. And then we have to adjust, we have to run and sometimes we have losses. So at those times, you might be like, I want to quit. This is not too hard. I can't get this. I don't know, man. I don't know what this what's going on. I think I did everything perfectly. But in the workout, let those times that's when your why kicks in. That's when you realize "No, you know what, I'm going to keep going. Because Allen said I could do this". Yes, Allen said that you can learn to trade options. Okay? So, stick with me. Know your why, number one, number two, the method beats the hours. So when it comes to learning something like trading, right, your method will always beat the number of hours you put into something. So it's not about you know, I gotta trade 10,000 hours like Malcolm Gladwell said in his book. If you do that, that's great. You'll turn into, you know, a world class expert in whatever thing you're practicing, if the practice is perfect, right? It's got to be perfect practice. But we're not even trying to be world class. Right? We're not trying to be one of the top 10 best Option Traders in the world. We're just trying to be profitable. It doesn't take that many hours to do that. But the method the way you do it does make a big difference. Okay, so for example, let's say there's two people driving from Boston to New York City. Right? It doesn't matter how skilled or how committed or smart the first driver is, if he's driving a pickup truck, like a beat up old pickup truck, and the second guy is driving a Ferrari Well, driving number one is going to lose, right? Your method is the vehicle that will get you and become the engine to where you want to go. So with Ooptions, there are dozens of available methods to follow, right? There's lots of experts, so called "experts", quote, unquote, to learn from, this means that you want to spend a lot of time understanding who you're learning from, what credibility they have, and how it fits with your learning and your trading style. Okay, not all trading is suited for all traders. Now, for me, you know, day trading, not for me learn that the hard way, you know, and passive trading, passive trading is not for everybody. If you don't have patience, you're going to get bored, and you're going to wonder. So the process or the strategy that you trade has to mesh with you and your temperament. You got to know yourself, and what trading style or method fits you best. Okay, that's number two.  Number three, we want to apply the 8020 rule, because we want to get success faster, right, we want to get the results faster, we don't want it to take forever. So you apply the 80/20 rule. And really, you should be applying the 8020 rule in just about everything, because 20% of the people in your life will lead to 80% of your happiness. If you have a business 20% of your customers will bring you 20% of your sales. And 20% of what you're learning will give you 80% of your results. Okay, so you might have a list and say, Okay, I'm learning options. Alright, so I got to learn how to do my broker software, I got to learn how to do technical analysis and charting. I got to know how fundamental analysis works on stocks, I got to know how options work and puts and calls and buying options, and I got to know how selling option works. And I got to do this strategy and that strategy. Yes, you can learn all 17 in your lifetime and you won't master it or get good at it. Right? So when it comes to trading, it feels like there's so much we don't know, it's so overwhelming. So it's easy to jump around, you know, learning about a little this, watching that video. Oh, there's another video. Okay, let me watch that over video over here. Oh, let me watch this guy over here. He's talking about something Oh, he's you know, it sounds like this is good over here. That it will only lead to wasted time, what you want to do is you want to focus on the one or two things that will drive the needle for what you want to achieve. And then you double down on them. Right? You go all in? We Don't dabble. You don't want to dabble. Okay, we're going to cover that later. But how do you do this? So you focus on one strategy first. That's one strategy, you pick one that works makes most sense to you. That's the only thing you're going to work on. You trade it, you back test it, you do it over and over and over and over and over again, until it's second nature. How many times? I don't know - the more the better? Right. So while you're doing that you ignore the noise. Okay, you don't need to master 12 different chart indicators. You don't need to trade the stocks with the highest implied volatility. You don't need to watch the financial news every day. You don't need to read every single marketing email sent to you by all the different services and want to be gurus. Cut out all the noise, focus on the 20% which is your trading plan. Your watch list, your strategy, three things, trading plan, watch list strategy, that's the 20% ignore everything else. Number four, learn by doing. We talked about this a little bit in the last one. But we're this is a big one. Immersion going all in diving deep into what you're going to learn is the best way to learn anything. And research shows that humans, okay, as a whole, when we're trying to learn something. When we hear a lecture, we only remember about 5% from a lecture, right? When we read something we learned, we remember about 10%. 10% of what we read, okay? When we do when we hear like an audio visual, you know, maybe like a movie or something. 20% Maybe it's a PowerPoint, and somebody's explaining, that's 20% we remember of that. When we see a demonstration, somebody's actually doing it for us. 30% Remember that only 30%. When we're in a group discussion when we're talking about it with other people we remember 50%. Okay, now we're getting a little bit, you know, this is better now 50you still lose half of it. When you actually practice what you have learned. You remember 75% of it. So you learn something and immediately you turn around and you practice it and you do it that's 75%. If you learn it immediately if you do it immediately, then that's 90%-  so practicing but immediate practicing. Soon as you learn it, you turn around and you do it or you watch a demonstration, you turn around and you do it. That's 90% remembering, right? So you got to do it learn by doing. The fastest way to learn is to get into the trenches and gain experience by making mistakes. Yep, making mistakes. So what do I mean by that? Well, doing 10 trades is better than doing two. Okay, 100 trades is better than doing 10. Now, do we use real money? No, we paper trade, we try to get into trouble, right? We put on trades that we know, hey, this might get me in trouble. So I'm going to have to adjust it, I'm gonna have to play with it, I'm gonna have to money management. So I'm going to learn the skills. The more the better. And the fastest way, and the best way to do more of them is back testing, you get yourself as a back testing software, man, it can cut years off your learning curve, you can take a strategy, and you can take a stock and you could back test years and years and years of trading that stock in an afternoon. You can't do that with real money trading, you can't do that with paper trading. Now, sure, it's not exactly the same as if it's real money. But those are emotions, you can figure that out later, right now, in the beginning, you're just learning the skills, right? You're building confidence. Back testing is probably one of the best ways to do that. Number five, find a coach. So the people that perform at the highest levels, whether they're business owners, whether they're athletes, whether they're musicians, whatever, they all have a coach, every single one of them. According to best selling author, Seth Godin, there are five reasons you might quit anything that you do five reasons, you might run out of time, and then you quit, you might run out of money, then you quit, you get scared of something doesn't always go exactly, you want it right, you might quit. If you're not serious about it, you'll quit. If you lose interest, you can quit. Having a coach allows you to see the blind spots that you couldn't see by yourself, right? And the coach can guide you through the different obstacles. And the tough times that come when you're learning anything new. Because everything is not going to be rosy and perfect, tough times are going to happen. So if you have somebody there that's been through it, that knows what you're doing and knows what they're doing, they've been through it, they have done it before and they're successful at it, they can help you and guide you through. And they can tell you what you did, right what you did wrong, you know, they can analyze it. That's why coaching is such a big part of trading. And that's why, you know, we have services where we give you the trades. And then we also have coaching, where we actually do it with you, then you do it. And then you show me what you've done. And then we work on it together. The people who do that to people who are in our coaching programs, they get results, maybe 1015 times faster, you know, 10 times faster, 15 times faster than the people who are in our memberships. So I mean, there's no shame in being a membership, you just need some trades, okay, fine. But if you really, really want to learn to do this yourself, you got to get into the coaching program. Okay. You know, one of the coolest things is when we have our credit spread Mastery program, you know, we've set it up right now, it's a three month program, you get in, and you're out in three months. And you actually have learned and you've mastered the credit spread. And we do it so many times we go through it, we're there, we're putting the time in, we're not dabbling, you know, we're immersed in it. And we do the process over and over and over again. And you got everything like all the people all this stuff on this list, you have it, we make you do all of them. Right? I make you go through all this, this whole list we do we cover it all in the program plus a lot more. So within three months, people graduate from that program and they are ready to go. They're rocking and rolling. They're happy. Right? So I mean, it doesn't take years and years and years to learn how to trade options. There are shortcuts if you want them. Okay, number 6, process over results. So doing the work is usually sometimes the hardest for some people, okay, actually doing the trades, and just doing it over and over and over again. A common mistake that people make when they're trying to learn how to trade is they focus on their results. They focus on how much money they made, how much money they lost. That's like the biggest thing in their mind. Oh, I made money. I'm doing good. I lost money. I'm doing bad. No, that's not what you should be looking at. Okay, it's important to focus on your process versus your actual performance, because it's hard to see any consistent results until you've put in enough time and done enough trading. That means in the beginning, you are going to lose on your trades. That happens to just about everybody. That's fine because you're learning. That's part of it. Right? That's why you should start with paper trading so you don't lose money. But in the beginning, and I tell this to everybody, that goal is not to make money. I'll say it again, the goal in trading in the beginning is not to make money, it is to become consistent. It is to be able to know and understand the process and the trading plan and say, "Look, this is how I put on a trade", this is what I'm looking for, this is how I manage the trade. And then this is how I get out, either good or bad. Once you stabilize that, once you understand that, if you're not making money, then we just need a couple of little tweaks here and there; and you'll be consistently profitable, right? But we what we don't want is we don't want to do trades, we're doing really well. And then through Bah, we lose everything, and then we do good. And then we lose everything. And then we do good. And we don't want the roller coaster ride. We want safe, stable, consistent. And if you're not making money, when you get there, we can tweak a little things, and then boom, you're off to the races, right? But if normally, if you do follow the plan, and you become consistent, the profits will take care of themselves. Now, Woody Allen said it, you know, it says 70% of success in life is just showing up. It might be even more than that. Just doing the work. Right? taking small steps doesn't really sound sexy. But it's been the proven path to follow. If you want to achieve anything in your life and in your trading. Number seven, writing down what you're learning helps you remember. So when you're learning something, you're going through one of our programs or the podcast, and you're like, hey, I want to remember this, write that stuff down, take notes with your paper and pencil, not typing, you know, I'm old fashioned, don't type it, just write it down. That's gonna trigger between your hand and your brain, it just does something helps you remember, for all my trades, I write them down on paper. Now most of them are also then put on a spreadsheet or something for recording purposes. But I have them all on paper with notes. You know, I have my trading plan there as well. So I know exactly what I'm supposed to do. And in every trade, every trade every single time. So remember, write this stuff down. And then lastly, you got to teach it to others. So find somebody who's interested in learning about options, or at least they'll listen to, maybe they don't care. But maybe you have a spouse or a child or whatever, that'll do your favor and be like, hey, I'll listen to you, okay. And you explain to them what you're learning, you have to take these concepts that you're learning, and you have to explain it to them so that they understand it. Because if you cannot explain something to a 12 year old, then you don't know it enough yourself. You might think you do. But if you cannot explain it properly, you cannot answer their questions. You don't know it enough. And that's like the ultimate tell. Right? Do you know it? You got to be able to answer questions. And if it's too complicated, and they don't understand, then you got to go back to the drawing board, figure out more, learn more, come back, explain it to them. That's when you really, really master something. Okay, because I mean, you think about it, like some of the best teachers in your life. You know, they didn't make stuff complicated. They took hard concepts, broke it down. Maybe they told with stories, maybe they use analogies, you know, they compared it to something else. Right? I heard somebody that we're working with right now, I was explaining to him about trading options, you know, and I was like, hey, you know, there's different ways people trade options are there the the people that say they want to go buy an option, and they want to make, you know, 100% overnight, and then there's us where we're looking to make, you know, five 10% a month. And he got it right away. You know, and he told me, I mean, he this is on him that he was really good at this. He was like, Yeah, well, you know what option selling is really like the Toyota Camry of trading. It's like, you just get in and it just works and just turns he just runs in and runs and runs and is dependable and reliable and consistent. And you don't have to worry about it. It's just gonna work. And I was like, Cool. That's really cool. I gotta write that one down. That's a great way to explain it. I'm gonna steal that one. I'm gonna write that down. Yeah, you know, it's like a very dependable car. It just works. So if you guys are interested in learning more about how to trade options, go man, join one of our programs, check us out OptionGenius.com. and we'd love to have you.   If you are on your trading journey, and if you want someone to talk to about it and say, hey, look, I've done this, I'm done this, what do I need to do next? Then reach out to us, send us an email and we'll have somebody hop on the call with you, hop on the phone, walk you through it, ask you some questions, you know, find out where you are, what you've learned, and then we'll be able to tell you like okay, you know what, we probably think you maybe need to study this more or maybe you need to go in this direction based on your results so far. So we do have that available now. Our team is growing and so we are able to now get on the phone with a handful of people and then you know, give them some suggestions, like, hey, what do I do next? Allen? Okay, well here let's ask you some questions. You know, it takes about 10 minutes on the phone, not a big deal to reach out to us, email us, or look us up on Facebook or whatever. And we will send out a link, you can, you know, schedule a time to talk, and somebody will get on the phone and talk to you as well So, with that, I want to say, have a great time today or the rest of this week and the rest of this month or wherever you're listening to this and trade with the odds in your favor.   LOVE ALLEN SAMA - OPTION GENIUS AND WANT TO LEARN MORE TRADING TIPS  AND TRICKS? HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS... SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST FREE 9 LESSON COURSE: https://optiongenius.com/  WATCH THIS FREE TRAINING: https://passivetrading.com  JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP: https://optiongenius.com/alliance  Like our show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps.

Women of the Military
Danelle - Episode 160

Women of the Military

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 38:51


Thank you to our sponsors:Grunt Style is an American Veteran-owned and operated company that prides itself in patriotic spirit, with the motto Pride in Self, Military, and Country. Grunt Style makes high-quality clothing, with patriotic themes that wave the American flag with pride. Use the code HUFFMAN to save 10% on your first order. Head over to GruntStyle.comSabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers.  Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio.  Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period. Check out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/11/rock-the-boat/Check out her book at my affiliate link: Rock the BoatConnect with Danelle:http://www.danellebarrett.comFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mentoringwiththeadmiral1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mentoringwiththeadmiral/Twitter: https://twitter.com/mentoringwitht2LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danelle-barrett-1092994/Navy Biography: https://www.navy.mil/Leadership/Biographies/BioDisplay/Article/2236286/rear-admiral-danelle-barrett/Check out the full transcript here.  Thank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet your Women of the Military Podcast gear here.Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.    

Desde Lejos
El Diario - Lunes 08 de Noviembre, 2021

Desde Lejos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 21:12


Vamos que podemos. Vamos que la vida es un carnavBASTAMAX! Es lunes y tu cuerpo lo sabe. Bah... no se el tuyo pero el mío lo sabe groso.

Líderes del Futuro
El Concilio de Liderazgo de Trabajadorxs Agrícolas

Líderes del Futuro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 8:16


Davin Cardenas de la organización Trabajos Con Justicia del Norte de la Bahía nos da los detalles de la junta del 7 de noviembre para organizar a trabajadorxs agrícolas y planear la siguiente acción. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rafael-vazquez7/support

Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música
Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música - Para el maestro Letieres Leite - 04/11/21

Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 58:46


El músico Letieres Leite, creador de la Orkestra Rumpilezz, acaba de dejarnos. Recordamos a la brillante formación de Bahía, que unió los tambores del candomblé con los metales de una big band de jazz, en 'Anunciação', 'Aláfia', 'Taboão', 'Adupé Fafá', 'Banzo parte 1' y 'Banzo parte 3'. Y escuchamos arreglos que hizo Leite para María Bethânia en los discos 'Mangueira, a menina dos meus olhos' ('A flor e o espinho', 'Mangueira') y 'Noturno' ('De onde eu vim') y para Caetano Veloso en su disco 'Meu coco' ('Pardo'). Escuchar audio

Kısa Dalga Podcast
BÜLTEN / "TÜRKİYE AVRUPA'DA ZAM ŞAMPİYONU"

Kısa Dalga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 10:23


İcradan çocuk teslimi kalkıyor... Kılıçdaroğlu: “Mahkeme kararlarına uymayan bürokratları tutmayacağım”... Bahçeli'nin hedefinde CHP var: Gizli gündemini araştıracağız... Üçüncü doz Biontech kararı bugün verilecek... Türkiye, Avrupa'da zam şampiyonu...

Women of the Military
Facing discrimination in the military

Women of the Military

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 44:57


Thank you to our sponsors:Sabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers.  Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio.  Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period. Grunt Style is an American Veteran-owned and operated company that prides itself in patriotic spirit, with the motto Pride in Self, Military, and Country. Grunt Style makes high-quality clothing, with patriotic themes that wave the American flag with pride. Use the code HUFFMAN to save 10% on your first order. Head over to GruntStyle.comCheck out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/11/discrimination-in-the-military/Connect with Siobhan:LinkedInsiobhandeann.comMentioned in this episode:VeteratiAmerican Corporate PartnersMeditation Cohen Veterans NetworkCheck out the full transcript here.  Thank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet your Women of the Military Podcast gear here.Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.   

Historias de pesca
La Caña que pesca sola, Panama

Historias de pesca

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 2:40


Vuelve historias de pesca! con esta historia que nos cuenta Joel Flores! Esa es la caña que todos queremos tener , una que pesque curvina sola en Panama! Dejanos tu Tambien tu historia de pesca. @hectorperezpescando en instagram www.venselures.com Los mejores lugares de pesca deportiva en Panamá son: En el Océano Pacífico: Isla Coiba, Isla Otoque, Archipiélago Las Perlas, Bahía Piñas, Pedasi, Taboga, Punta Coco y Punta Chame. Por el Océano Atlántico son: Bocas del Toro, el Archipiélago de San Blas y Colón. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hectorperezpescando/message

Media Boys Podcast
MB #51 - One Cut of The Dead, Back 4 Blood, Hellbilly Deluxe by Rob Zombie

Media Boys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 66:35


Happy "Hall of ween"! That's hilarious. "Hall of ween" Ha Ha. Who writes this stuff? I'll be thinking about this one later! And I'll be laughing and laughing. MB talk a one take zombie movie, a four friends zombie game, and a Rob zombie. Bah... Bah... BOO! Gotcha!!! YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNvFjMyga8ob_UHmSw4XUoA Twitter - https://twitter.com/mediaboys_pod?lang=en One Cut of The Dead - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wBImbHqhFk Back 4 Blood - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkP8dOQrIyk Hellbilly Deluxe by Rob Zombie - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wq0GuhS3jCM&list=PL6ogdCG3tAWhm5SJHDH_La0sSePe0iKOC

Beer a Hole
All Hallows' Eve

Beer a Hole

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 34:11


On this week's BAH the boys discuss fancy weddings, Al's sabbatical in New York and the spooky conditions set for Bermuda this week. Doug also explains his decision to dress as a Proud Boy for Halloween this year.

The CyberWire
Iranian-Israeli cyber tensions rise. Decaf ransomware described. Philippine government phshbait. Unemployment due to cyberattack. Europol's latest collars. Facebook rebrands as “Meta.”

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 27:58


Tensions between Iran and Israel rise as sources in Tehran blame Israel for hacking gas stations, and as apparent Iranian hacktivists dox Israeli defense personnel. A new ransomware strain is discovered. A criminal group is spoofing emails from Philippine agencies. Europol and partners sweep up a cyber gang. Betsy Carmelite from BAH on convergence of 5G and healthcare. Our guest is Justin Wray from CoreBTS with a look at the security issues facing online gaming and casinos. And the company formerly known as Facebook rebrands as “Meta.” For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/209

To Mother with Andrea Hope
Ep 51 - Primary Caregiver

To Mother with Andrea Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 17:31


Baha'i mom and poet Andrea Hope dispels some myths about being a primary caregiver. The resources for this episode are as follows:Quote: With reference to the question of the training of children:6 given the emphasis placed by Bahá'u'lláh and ‘Abdu'l-Bahá on the necessity for the parents to train their children while still in their tender age, it would seem preferable that they should receive their first training at home at the hand of their mother, rather than be sent to a nursery. Should circumstances, however, compel a Bahá'í mother to adopt the latter course there can be no objection. (From a letter dated 13 November 1940 written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi to an individual believer)Living the Life: Add Primary Caregiver to your resume Resource: Arezoo Design Poem: Stay-At-Home Mother from To Mother Andrea's Etsy Shop:https://www.etsy.com/shop/AndreaHopeOrgInstagram: @bahaigifts Email: info@andreahope.orgWebsite: www.andreahope.org

Radio Cádiz
Hora 14 Cádiz (29/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 14:19


Las noticias de la mañana en la Bahía de Cádiz: resumen de los asuntos más importantes del día e información de servicio

Radio Cádiz
Hoy por Hoy Cádiz (29/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 85:04


Magazine de ocio, cultura y actualidad de la provincia de la Bahía de Cádiz, con Carlos Alarcón. Las noticias de la mañana, la mesa de debate y la información de servicio de primera mano

Bicentenary Meditation Project
401/365 (GERMAN DEUTSCH) Baha'i Ringstone Symbol Yoga Nidra

Bicentenary Meditation Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 10:06


The following excerpts are the “Explanation of the Symbol of the Greatest Name” by Abu'l-Qasim Faizi published in Conqueror of Hearts 1968: “Who Designed the Symbol? One of the believers who had the bounty and privilege of attaining the presence of the beloved Master has recorded one of His oral statements which shows that this emblem was initiated by Him. No less a person than 'Abdu'l-Bahá could have designed this emblem, for who else could have condensed so much of the divine mystery into so little space and into so few letters! Some of the mystic divines among the Israelites have emphatically drawn the attention of their followers to the two letters "b" and "h" indicating that they have some idea about the Greatest Name. It has been said that the Greatest Name was the leading decoration of the Temple. The Muslims were better acquainted with it but not in this form and finality. One finds in the Islamic laws governing worship and reverence that whoever possesses a ring bearing the symbol of the Greatest Name must wear the ring on their right hand. The friends are not obliged by Bahá'u'lláh to wear a ring carrying this emblem since there is no specific law by Bahá'u'lláh in the Aqdas or in His Tablets regarding this. The beloved Master told the friends in the West that the ring should be placed on the right hand, which is a perpetuation of the Islamic law referred to above. This part of the symbol comprises three levels, each level indicated by a number. Together they represent the underlying belief which is the basis of all the religions of God. They are as follows: (1) The World of God – The Creator (2) The World of the Prophets or Manifestation – Cause, or Command (3) The World of Man – Creation. The followers of all religions believe that man, left to himself, can never recognize God and attain His presence; nor is man able to fathom the mystery and purpose of his own creation. God, in His unlimited bounty has singled out His Chosen Ones and will continue to do so, sending them to man at different times and ages in order to grant him penetrating insight and to enable him to have a glimpse of the unfading glories of the innumerable worlds beyond. The Prophets accept descent from their realms on high and suffer the abasement of living in human temples, walking amongst men and speaking their languages. The Manifestations are invariably denied, ridiculed, humiliated and even put to death. Were it not for their spiritual upliftment and leadership, man would have continued to live as a wild beast and would have been eternally doomed to deprivation and loss. These functions of the Prophets are clearly demonstrated in the design of the Greatest Name by having the world of the Prophets (shown in horizontal line) repeated in vertical line, thus joining the world of the Creator to that of His creation.

Bicentenary Meditation Project
400/365 (GERMAN DEUTSCH) The Greatest Name Symbol Yoga Nidra

Bicentenary Meditation Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 9:10


`“The Greatest Name is the Name of Bahá'u'lláh. “Yá Bahá'u'l-Abhá” is an invocation meaning: “O Thou Glory of Glories!” “Alláh-u-Abhá” is a greeting which means: “God the All-Glorious.” Both refer to Bahá'u'lláh. By Greatest Name is meant that Bahá'u'lláh has appeared in God's Greatest Name, in other words, that He is the supreme Manifestation of God. “ “In Islám there is a tradition that among the many names of God, one was the greatest; however, the identity of this Greatest Name was hidden. Bahá'u'lláh has confirmed that the Greatest Name is “Bahá.” - Note 33 from the The Kitáb-i-Aqdas, The Greatest Name symbol is based on the Arabic root word of “Bahá” meaning Glory, splendor or light.

19 Nocturne Boulevard
19 Nocturne Boulevard - HALLOW'S EVE - Reissue

19 Nocturne Boulevard

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 30:58


HALLOW'S EVE Good intentions may pave the way to ruin, but when Fran - a precocious 11-year old - sets out to rescue what she fervently hopes is a kidnapped child, Halloween may never be the same! Written and produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Fran - E. Vickery Bobbie - M. Lane Officer Hooper - S. Connor Grigg - C. Hornaday Bool - B. Poole Kidnappers - J. Harvey & Mr.  Synyster Timmy & Billy - B. Lomatewama & R. LeBoeuf Mrs. Hooper - A. Kirby Thompson - S. Hoverson Ari & News Report - J. Hoverson Music:  Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) Recorded with the assistance of Ryan Hirst of Neohoodoo Studio Editing and Sound:   Julie Hoverson Cover Photo: Jeff Mackay (courtesy of Stock Xchange.com)   "What kind of a place is it? Why it's a suburban street, where else would you find...goblins?"   ***************************************** This was one of the original episodes I had ready for the 2008 Halloween season.  It's set in a sort of 1950s era of classic monster movies.  I never actually specify that, but references to bobby socks and Corliss Archer (an old time radio show) should be a bit of a clue. One silly thing I should note in here is Fred and Bob (and in other episodes June and Kathy as well) - these are my generic names for extra characters who speak but don't really have personalities, and show up in surprising numbers if you look over the cast lists for a lot of my shows.  I found that I would waste time trying to come up with interesting names for all these background characters, and lose my train of thought and it would stall my writing, so I just dub the first such characters Bob and Fred for males and June and Kathy for females, and move on.  Later, they may become more specific and get real names, but often enough they just remain half generic.  I also find it makes them slightly easier to keep track of than "man1" or "woman B" Naming characters is often half the fun.  You see me play with names in many of my shows - D. Meeks in "A Stitch in Time", where Dougie jokes about "D. Meeks inheriting de Earth," or the way so many people in the vampire world of "The Big Dark" took new "vampire names" that are some variation on the characters from Stoker's Dracula. The names of episodes are often some kind of pun or inference, as well.  Not so much Hallow's Eve, but The Big Dark is a riff on The Big Sleep (which was a euphemism for death, in the Chandler novel), and the most difficult title to explain "Crumping The Devil" - crumping being a sort of hip hop adjacent challenge dance, conflated with my vague memory of story about an old woman Mrs. Crump who was so awful the devil wouldn't even take her. ***************************************** ALL HALLOW'S EVE Cast: Olivia, host Barbara "BOBBIE" Chandler [16], babysitter TIMMY Martin, child [9] FRAN Hooper, child [10] BILLY Jones, child [8] OFFICER HOOPER [30s] HOOPER [30s] GRIGG [alien] [adult] BOOL [alien child] FRED [30s], a thug BOB [30s], a thug ARI [8], kidnapped child THOMPSON [50s] RADIO VOICE MUSIC OLIVIA     Did you have any trouble finding it?  What do you mean, what kind of a place is it?  Why, it's a suburban street, can't you tell?  Where else would you find "goblins"?  MUSIC     SOMETHING CHILDLIKE   SCENE 1.    OUTSIDE, STREET SOUND    FOOTSTEPS, COSTUMES BOBBIE    There you go, that one's got a light, now shh! SOUND    CRUNCHING OF LEAVES, THEN FOOTSTEPS ON WOOD. BILLY    [giggles] TIMMY    Shh! SOUND    DOORBELL RINGS.  DOOR CREAKS OPEN. THOMPSON [deep spooky voice] Yeeees? CHILDREN    Trick or Treat!!! THOMPSON [regular voice, pleased] Well, you kids!  Hey Martha, come and look, we've got a ghost and a clown and -- and what are you, little boy? FRAN    I'm a girl.  And I'm a Martian. THOMPSON [amused] Well, fancy that! An invasion right here on our street!  Martha...? MUSIC   SCENE 2.    INSIDE, HOUSE MRS. HOOPER    Looks like we've got more goblins coming, dear! SOUND    FOOTSTEPS RADIO VOICE    --in the five county manhunt for-- OFFICER HOOPER    Just a minute, hun.  Gotta see what they're saying-- RADIO VOICE    --involved in the Stanopopolus kidnapping-- [continues under] MRS. HOOPER    It's not your case.  And it's Halloween.  Just because Bobbie was kind enough to take Fran with her doesn't let you off for holiday spirit.  At least until you go on shift. SOUND    SNAP.  RADIO OFF. SOUND    DOORBELL. MRS. HOOPER    Well? MUSIC   SCENE 3.    OUTSIDE, STREET BOBBIE    Come on punkins, you must be getting tired by now! BILLY    [very tired] I'm not! TIMMY    I slept all day. FRAN    [raring to go] I only have half a bag.  We can't stop yet! BOBBIE    It's almost 9 o'clock!  No one will be up much longer.  CHILDREN    Please! BOBBIE    All right.  Three more houses.  That's all. FRAN    Big houses always have the best treats.  We should go to the Palmer's, the Winchell's and that big one on the corner. BILLY    On the corner?  But, that's ... that's the haunted house! TIMMY    Scaredy cat.  FRAN    Phooey!  It was just empty.  I saw someone moving in yesterday.  BOBBIE    If they just moved in, they're probably not-- TIMMY    Let's make Billy go into the haunted house! BOBBIE    No!  Timothy-- BILLY    No!  I don't wanna-- FRAN    Shut up!  It's not haunted.  Boys are dumb. BILLY    Not haunted? BOBBIE    Look, it's getting cold out here, so let's get a move on, whichever houses you plan to go to.  OK? MUSIC   SCENE 4.    ON PORCH SOUND    TENTATIVE KNOCK ON THE DOOR BILLY    [scared, but hiding it - relieved] No one home! FRAN    I hear something! SOUND    DOOR OPENS SLOWLY CHILDREN    [Gasp] BOBBI    Well, he looks normal enough. GRIGG    [weird foreignish accent] Help you may I? TIM    [giggles] He's funny. FRAN    We're here for candy.  Trick or treat. GRIGG    Please? BOBBIE    Oh, gosh, you're foreign aren't you?  They might not even DO trick or treat where he comes from. FRAN    You have to give us candy or we have to play a trick on you! BOBBIE    That's hardly fair if he doesn't know the rules.  Plus, you said it yourself, they just moved in. GRIGG    Candy?  Schweets?  I have-- BOOL    [child's voice, off mike, accented]  I want to go home!  I hate it here!  Take me home!  [Tails off into gibberish with lots of Ls and Ss] GRIGG    [agitated] My child.  He wants to go back to our old home.  He is not used to this one.  I should go to him. SOUND    DOOR SHUTS TIMMY    [beat] I don't want any foreign candy anyway. FRAN    Bobbie? BOBBIE    No arguments.  Time to go home. MUSIC   SCENE 5.    BOBBIE'S ROOM  SOUND    TAP ON WINDOW BOBBIE    Hank? SOUND    FOOTSTEPS BOBBIE    Hank, this is hardly-- SOUND    WINDOW OPENS BOBBIE    Who's that?  You're too short for Hank. FRAN    [whispered] It's me. BOBBIE    [sarcastic] So it's The Whisperer? FRAN    Me!  Fran! BOBBIE    Fran?  By Crosby, this is way too late for you to be out playing Halloween jokes, even on a Saturday night.  You need to get home - your parents will be worried sick. FRAN    Dad's on patrol. BOBBIE    Oh, great, then he'll be the one to arrest you for something. FRAN    Did you listen to the radio at all tonight? BOBBIE    Only Corliss Archer.  Gee, she has some trouble with-- FRAN    Argh!  The news? BOBBIE    Why? FRAN    The kidnapping news! BOBBIE    Look, let me get my penny loafers on and I'll walk you home. FRAN    The son of a Greek raccoon was kidnapped today.  No, that's not right.  Raccoon, typhoon-- BOBBIE    Tycoon? FRAN    A rich guy.  He was kidnapped from their hotel room. BOBBIE    Was he a tycoon, or just a millionaire? FRAN    [whispered with emphasis]  IT DOESN'T MATTER.  We heard him, and we need to go rescue him. BOBBIE    We did what? FRAN    The kid at the haunted house.  Screaming "I want to go home"?  Does that maybe put some thought into that teased-up skull of yours? BOBBIE    They did sound awfully foreign, but I'm not sure if it's Greek. FRAN    Well it ain't Spanish or Chinese.  Or French.  What else is there? BOBBIE    Don't say "ain't" - it ain't in the dictionary. FRAN    Are you coming, or am I going by myself? BOBBIE    Why me? FRAN    Who else?  Timmy?  [dismissive noise]  Besides, you're the only one tall enough to see in the windows.  MUSIC   SCENE 6.    OUTSIDE, YARD SOUND    CREEPING THROUGH BUSHES BOBBIE    OK, this is silly.  And dirty.  I'm walking‑‑ FRAN    No, we have to crawl!  They'll see us! BOBBIE    No one's looking! FRAN    But the window's open, they'll hear us.  [panic] Shh!  Did you hear that? BOBBIE    [beat, listening, then dismissively] No. FRAN    [grumpy] Ok.  Walk to the window.  Get spotted.  See if I care. SOUND    WALKING CAREFULLY ON GRAVEL.  BUSHES RUSTLE BOBBIE    Fran? FRAN    [off, loud whisper] I'm coming.  Keep your hair on. BOBBIE    Don't worry-- Shh! SOUND    LOUD RUSTLE SOUND    [FROM INSIDE] CLICK, FOOTSTEPS NOTE:  BOOL AND GRIG ARE INSIDE, HEARD THROUGH A WINDOW, WHILE BOBBIE AND FRAN ARE OUTSIDE. EAVESDROPPING BOOL    I down wanna be here.  Go home. GRIGG    "don't", not "down", child.  You need talk some good words, living here. BOOL    No talk.  No stay.  Home! GRIGG    Home is soon enough.  Soon as requirement is received. FRAN    [coming on, loud whisper] What are they saying? BOBBIE    Shh! BOOL    [speaks foreign] BOBBIE    Is that Greek? FRAN    Oh, sure, I'm the expert. GRIGG    [angry] English.  Need to hear normal! BOBBIE    [muttered] Like your English is so good, mister. GRIGG    People must not apprehend you are strange. FRAN    Shh. GRIGG    Sleep, child.  Dream of home. BOBBIE    Now that's just mean. SOUND    DOOR CLOSES FRAN    See?  We've got to rescue him! BOBBIE    But what if--? FRAN    What if he turns up dead like little Charlie Lindburgh?  How you gonna feel then? BOBBIE    You need to stop reading those crime books. FRAN    Argh!  Fine.  Boost me up, and you can go.  I'll figure something out! BOBBIE    No.  I-- I'll help, but only if the kid wants to come.  That's where I draw the line - if he wants to stay, then we'll just...  let your dad know and leave it at that. FRAN    Fine, but who's gonna ask him?  Better do it now, or he might fall asleep. BOBBIE    [sigh, then voice raised a bit, calling quietly] Little boy?  BOOL    [off, gasp] BOBBIE    We're here to -- FRAN    [prompting, whisper] --to take you home. BOBBIE    We're here to take you home! BOOL    [off] Home? SOUND    SCUFFLE AS HE ROLLS OUT OF BED AND RUNS TO THE WINDOW FRAN    Yes, home!  Don't you wanna go home? BOBBIE    Your parents must be worried sick about you. BOOL    What is *lala* parents?  Want home! FRAN    Come on then, we'll get you out of there.  Bobbie, give him a boost. BOBBIE    [sigh] MUSIC   SCENE 7.    OUTSIDE SOUND    NIGHT NOISES, WALKING ON SIDEWALK BOOL    [squeak] SOUND    MILD SCUFFLE FRAN    Put it on!  They won't look twice at us if we got masks on! BOBBIE    It is a little late for-- FRAN    So they'll worry, but they won't-- GRIGG    [way off, unearthly shriek] FRAN    Eep!  That sounds like-- BOOL    [squeak] BOBBIE    What if he has a car? FRAN    Then we duck into the bushes - honestly, does every girl lose her brains when she grows into angora? BOBBIE    It's Acrilon. GRIGG    [slightly closer, shriek] FRAN    Run! BOOL    [squeak, ends in gasp] SOUND    RUNNING FOOTSTEPS MUSIC   SCENE 8.    OUTSIDE, A LITTLE LATER BOBBIE    [whispered] Do you hear anything? FRAN    [listens, then whispered]  Nope. BOOL    [whispered squeak] BOBBIE    [comforting whispers]  Shh. It'll be o-k, kid.  All we have to do is get you safe and then--  [sudden thought]  Say, Fran, what is the plan?  Where are we taking this poor kid? FRAN    [whispered, sarcastic] I thought we'd just lie here under this bush until morning and hope it doesn't rain. BOOL    [a bit too loud] What is *lala* rain? BOBBIE    Rain makes-- [whispered] Rain makes you wet.  We should take him to your father.  He'll know what to do to get him home. BOOL    [plaintive wail, way too loud] Home!  FRAN    [whispered] Great.  Now you've set him off again.  We can't go to pop, cause - being a cop and all - he might just deduce I sneaked out.   BOOL    Holme! Home! BOBBIE    [whispered] Well, you did. FRAN    [exasperated noise, then] Ssh! BOOL    Home-- [cut off in mid-word as a hand is clapped over his mouth, then a squeak] FRAN    [whispered] His parents must be worried sick about him--  we need to get him h-o-m-e. BOBBIE    [whispered] To Greece?  [sarcastic]  I'm pretty sure my folks' car doesn't have that much gas.  FRAN    [whispered] See?  There's still a little smarts under all that fluff!  They're stopping at a hotel downtown. BOBBIE    [whispered] Which one? FRAN    [whispered] The news didn't say - there can't be that many, can there? BOBBIE    [exasperated] Ohhhh! BOOL    [muffled squeak] GRIGG    [distant, shriek] FRAN    [whispered] What is that weird guy doing?  He's not exactly sneaky. BOBBIE    [whispered] Someone's going to-- SOUND    CAR PULLS UP, SINGLE WHOOP OF SIREN FRAN    [normal voice, resigned] --Call my dad.  BOBBIE    It's probably for the best - this bush isn't doing my Acrilon any good. FRAN    All right, but-- GRIGG    [closer, shriek] BOOL    [squeak] BOBBIE    It's all right little boy, we won't let the scary man take you away. MUSIC   SCENE 9.    INSIDE, HOUSE SOUND    RADIO PLAYS IN BACKGROUND FRED    No way!  How could they have found us? BOB    Stay cool.  It's Halloween, it could be anything. SOUND    WINDOW SASH GOES UP BOB    [worried] Stop it. SOUND    REVOLVER HAMMER CLICKS BACK FRED    But it's parked right outside!  I'm not going down for this!  Go check on the kid. MUSIC   SCENE 10.    OUTSIDE, STREET GRIGG    [shriek] OFFICER HOOPER    Ok, that's enough. GRIGG    [caught in mid-shriek] *Haysa?*  [deep breath]  What? OFFICER HOOPER    It's much too late, even on Halloween, to be running around screaming.  Time to go home and sleep it off, pal. GRIGG    Sleep, what?  I am missing child.  Must find.  Child will listen me.  [starts to shriek] OFFICER HOOPER    [cutting off the shriek] Hey!  I'm figuring you're new around here, so you may not understand how we do things in the U-S of A, but if your kid's gone missing, you need to let the authorities - that's me - know about it, so we - I - can help you. GRIGG    Help?  Too many wordsssss.  [wail] Bool! BOOL    [slightly off, squeak] OFFICER HOOPER    Eh? FRAN    [slightly off] SHH! OFFICER HOOPER    What the--? GRIGG    Bool! OFFICER HOOPER     Fran? SOUND    GUNSHOT BOBBIE    [Scream] BOOL    [squeak, quickly muffled] GRIGG    Bool! OFFICER HOOPER    Get down! FRAN    Bobbie, get the kid out of here! OFFICER HOOPER    That you, Barbara Chandler?  Don't you move a muscle! SOUND    GUNSHOT GRIGG    [voice no longer sounds remotely human] WHAT IS THAT NOISE? OFFICER HOOPER    Stay down, sir, and let me handle this. SOUND    QUICK GRAPPLE GRIGG    [intense] YOU ME TELL - IS WEAPON?  HURT MY CHILD? BOBBIE    Heavens to Bette Davis, Fran, it's the kid's real dad! FRAN    Phooey. BOOL    [long squeak] OFFICER HOOPER    [forced calm, but furious underneath] As long as they stay behind my car there, they will be fine, now let go of me and let me stop the idiot who's been shooting up my town. GRIGG    SHOOT ARE GUN ARE DANGER?  OFFICER HOOPER    That's my job.  You stay here, and when it's clear, you can go to your kid.  [raising his voice] Bobbie!  You get those children down behind the car, you hear?  BOBBIE    Yes, sir, Officer Hooper! OFFICER HOOPER    [calling] You're still in trouble.  [to Grigg] You. Stay. MUSIC   SCENE 11.    INSIDE, HOUSE SOUND    RADIO PLAYS UNDER BOB    You idiot!  They weren't here for us! FRED    They won't take me alive!  Federal pen?  Uh-uh! BOB    Fine.  You play at O-K Corral.  I'll be out of the line of fire. FRED    [cold, commanding] Don't. BOB    What?  You gonna shoot me, now? FRED    Bring the kid out here.  We can still do this. BOB    Yeah, we give him back, and they take us alive.  I like that - the being alive part. FRED    Get him! MUSIC   SCENE 12.    OUTSIDE HOUSE OFFICER HOOPER    Throw out your guns and come out with your hands up! FRED    [calling from inside] We've got the kid.  Walk away or we kill him. OFFICER HOOPER     [calling to off]  That's not going to happen.  Let the kid go and I'll put in a good word for you. FRED     [from inside] I've got all the words I need, copper! ARI    [from inside] ow! FRAN    That must be the real Greek tyfoon's son, OFFICE HOOPER    [warning] Fran!?  I told you to-- FRAN    Pop!  I'm going to be a policeman when I grow up, so I figure I should start learning. OFFICER HOOPER    No, you're not, and you shouldn't.  This isn't a game.  Get back over there-- SOUND    GUNSHOT BOTH    [react] FRAN    He hasta run out of bullets ... eventually. OFFICER HOOPER    And how many guns does he have? FRAN    Huh?  [shrug] I dunno. [realizing] Oh. OFFICER HOOPER    See?  Now, get back-- SOUND     GUNSHOT OFFICER HOOPER    [fading out] Oh, heck.  Stay right here.  On this spot, young lady. MUSIC   SCENE 13.    INSIDE, HOUSE, BUT HEARD FROM OUTSIDE SOUND    RADIO PLAYS UNDER BOB    [fading in] You've got the kid, you've got the gun.  Let me go. FRED    Like you say, I've got the kid and the gun - what do I need you around for, ya bum? BOB    Good.  [raising his voice] I'm coming out coppers!  I'm giving myself up!  SOUND     FOOTSTEPS, DOOR OPENS   SCENE 14.    OUTSIDE, SHIFT OF PERSPECTIVE, BUT NO ACTUAL SCENE BREAK BOB    Don't shoot! SOUND     BOB TAKES THREE MORE STEPS, THEN-- SOUND    GUNSHOT BOB    Argh! SOUND    BODY FALLS SOUND     DOOR SLAMS MOMENT OF SILENCE   FRAN    Is that guy ... dead? OFFICER HOOPER    Dammit, I can't even go check.  GRIGG    [incoherent, alien tongue] OFFICER HOOPER    Oh, jeez, not you too?  [speaking slow]  Go back.  Your child is safe.  Bobbie has him, over there. GRIGG    [deep breath, then equally slowly]  This you child? FRAN    I'm Fran.  I'm really really sorry about-- OFFICER HOOPER    Yes.  Much as I may want to deny it, she has my nose. FRAN    [not getting it]  Huh? GRIGG    Much words.  You child? FRAN    He don't speak much English, do he?  OFFICER HOOPER    [sigh] Yes.  Mine. BOOL    [squeak] SOUND    SKITTERING FOOTSTEPS SOUND    GUNSHOT BOOL    [Screamy squeak] SOUND    BODY DROP FRAN    [running off] Hey! Kid! OFFICER HOOPER    Fran!  No! SOUND    [after a moment]  SCUTTLING COMING CLOSER FRAN    [breathing hard] Here.  I think he's OK. BOOL    [whimpering] GRIGG    My child! OFFICER HOOPER    Fran, dammit! FRAN    What?  He coulda got shot! MUSIC   SCENE 15.    INSIDE, HOUSE SOUND    RADIO ON IN BACKGROUND FRED    Kid, you speak English? ARI    A little. FRED    You know I'm gonna shoot you if you don't do everything I say? ARI    Yes. FRED    Good.  MUSIC   SCENE 16.    OUTSIDE GRIGG    Your child is brave heart.  OFFICER HOOPER    That's one word for it. GRIGG    She bring safe my Bool. OFFICER HOOPER    Um, yeah.  Dammit.  I can't tell where that guy is. GRIGG    Some child is hurted there? FRAN    Stolen.  Like we did, except we were only trying to help. GRIGG    [decisive] I help bring child to home. OFFICER HOOPER    At least you're an adult, even if you can't understand English.  [talking loud again] We go in.  You go left - that way - I go right.  Get to wall, up against it, then to door. GRIGG    Ahhhh. OFFICER HOOPER    Does he understand? FRAN    I guess.  He's nodding. OFFICER HOOPER    You don't come with us. FRAN    But I-- OFFICER HOOPER    Give me your hand. FRAN    Are you giving me a gun? OFFICER HOOPER    [heavy sigh] SOUND    HANDCUFFS SLAP ON WRIST, THEN ON DOOR HANDLE FRAN    Hey! OFFICER HOOPER    Now you'll stay put.  [sigh] I'm leaving the key here, in case. SOUND    KEY PUT DOWN ON CAR OFFICER HOOPER    Out of reach.  [loud, to Grigg] We go. SOUND    RUNNING FEET, OFF IN TWO DIRECTIONS SOUND    AFTER THEY LEAVE, JINGLE OF STRUGGLING WITH HANDCUFFS FRAN    [grunting]  Uun uun.  Darn it.  SOUND    SCRABBLING ON THE CAR HOOD, TRYING TO STRETCH FRAN    Hey, Bool? BOOL    Bool! FRAN    Yeah, [talking slow] I'm Fran.  BOOL    Flan? FRAN    Good enough.  Can you hand me that?  BOOL    [Hmm noise] FRAN    [slowly again] Give to me? BOBBIE    [coming on]  You're still here!  Let's get going. SOUND    REACTION INCLUDING RATTLE OF THE HANDCUFFS FRAN     How'd you--? BOBBIE    I went around the block.  I'm no dummy. FRAN    Brilliant!  We should-- BOBBIE    You are not talking me into any more shenanigans. FRAN    [whispered] Bool, get the key!  [Up]  Huh?  No, of course not... I -- BOBBIE    Are you -- chained to the car? BOOL    Kaaaay? FRAN    [too bright] No!  Whatever gave you that idea?  [whispered]  Bool! BOBBIE    Oh-- SOUND    SMALL METAL SCRAPE BOBBIE    --so this isn't the key? FRAN    Oh -- Drat!  BOOL    [squeak] FRAN    Boo-ul! MUSIC   SCENE 17.    OUTSIDE, AROUND HOUSE SOUND    RUSTLE IN A BUSH OFFICER HOOPER    [muttered]  Ok, mister rat bastard kidnapper, let me get a look atcha. GRIGG    [off]  Go? OFFICER HOOPER    [muttered] Oh, good, you know one word. [up, calling very quietly]  Make a noise! GRIGG    [shriek] SOUND    [OFF] CLATTER INSIDE FRED    [from inside] What the hell--?  OFFICER HOOPER    Come out of there with your hands up! FRED    [from inside] What's that noise? GRIGG    [shriek] OFFICER HOOPER    [sudden idea] Uh, what noise?  I don't hear anything. FRED    [from inside] What do you mean--?  You didn't hear that-- GRIGG    [shriek] FRED    [from inside] --that "THAT"? OFFICER HOOPER    [very pleased] Nope.  Don't hear anything. They say some people are bothered more than others by [slight chuckle] haunted houses. FRED    [a bit disturbed] Haunted--? MUSIC   SCENE 18.    OUTSIDE AT CAR BOBBIE    If I unlock it, you have to come home. FRAN    [sounding almost teary]  But- but our dads are in there. BOBBIE    That's what your dad does.  It's his job. FRAN    But it's not Bool's dad's job. BOBBIE    Bool?  Is that your name? BOOL    [sounding mournful] Chob.  FRAN    See? He's upset too. BOBBIE    Is he?  Tell you what, I'll get you home and then we'll call for more police. FRAN    [sniffing]  But I was thinking... tsch.  ohhhh. SOUND    THREE METAL TAPS - key on car BOBBIE    [thinking...]  What? FRAN    [sounding really down] Nothing.  Unlock me and we'll go home - [offhanded] even if we maybe COULD help. BOBBIE    Right. FRAN    Even if maybe our dads end up shot.  [long sniff] BOOL    [squeaky sniff] SOUND    UNLOCKING HANDCUFF BOBBIE    Come on. MUSIC   SCENE 19.    INSIDE, HOUSE SOUND    SHUFFLING FEET AS FRED PACES NERVOUSLY, DRAGGING ARI BACK AND FORTH WITH HIM SOUND    RADIO IN BACKGROUND FRED    [to self] Haunted?  Of course.  That explains so much. ARI    Maybe there is ghosts? FRED    That's what haunted means, ain't it?  And it's Halloween. OFFICER HOOPER    [from outside]  It's late, pal.  Almost the witching hour.  Let's get this sorted out. FRED    Witching--?  OFFICER HOOPER    [from outside]  You know, midnight.  Let's settle this and get that kid home safe and sound. FRED    You're going to tell me I can still get out of this, huh?  What about Bob out there? OFFICER HOOPER    Oh, your friend here? FRED    Friend.  [snort]  yeah. OFFICER HOOPER    Hmm.  Killing him on the doorway of house like that might a been a bad move. FRED    Whadda you mean?  Oh! GRIGG    [long, drawn-out shriek] FRED    Oh!! SOUND    RUSTY CREAK OF DISTANT DOOR, INSIDE FRED    What the heck? ARI    [scared]  Oh no! FRED    Shut up, kid.  I'm trying to listen, you hear me? ARI    [gasp and sniff- trying to stay quiet] FRED    [trying to convince himself] It's those cops.  They're doing this - [up, calling] You're doing this, aintcha, copper? OFFICER HOOPER    Doing what? FRED    [clinging to control] Making the damn noises! OFFICER HOOPER    [pleased with himself] What noises? MUSIC   SCENE 20.    INSIDE, HOUSE, UPSTAIRS [NOTE, THEY WHISPER THROUGHOUT SCENE] SOUND    CREAKING MOVEMENT BOBBIE    [whispered] Frannie, if any of us end up dead, it is entirely your fault.  That door was so loud. FRAN    On purpose.  C'mon, the stairs are over here. BOBBIE    How do you know?  This house-- FRAN    Sleepover two years ago, when Jennie and Sam lived here. BOBBIE    Your father is going to kill me. FRAN    We'll be upstairs - well out of the line of fire.  Now c'mon. BOOL    'mon. FRAN    See, Bool agrees with me. BOBBIE    Yeah.  Like a parrot.  [sigh] SOUND    TIPTOEING FOOTSTEPS MUSIC   SCENE 21.    INSIDE, HOUSE, DOWNSTAIRS SOUND    RADIO MUTTERS IN BACKGROUND FRED    [muttering]  They've probably got the back door covered... ARI    [small voice] You should let me go.  FRED    [about to hit him] Ahh!  SOUND    CREAKING FOOTSTEPS SOUND IN WALL AND CEILING FRED    Shh!  Hell!  What's that? ARI    [scary whisper] Evil spirits.  FRED    [gulp] Really? ARI    Maybe it is your dead friend.  He is very angry, I think. FRED    [weak] Shut up. SOUND    THEIR SCUFFLING FOOTSTEPS FRED    We'll just - Let's go check it out, eh?  I bet even ghosts don't like getting shot. MUSIC   SCENE 22.    INSIDE, HOUSE, UPSTAIRS [NOTE:  STILL WHISPERING] FRAN    OK, Bool, you see this vent? BOOL    See. BOBBIE    Great, now he's Spanish.  FRAN    Sh.  Bool, lean in and make a scary noise, like this...  [she does, and the noise echoes through the vents] BOOL    [like a laugh] Ah!  [leans in, mimics her noise, but it ends in his standard squeak - all echoey] BOBBIE    Did we ever figure out where Bool and his dad come from? FRAN    This isn't the time.  C'mon.  Now, Bobbie,  you creak this door - not too often, just from time to time.  Got it? MUSIC   SCENE 23.    OUTSIDE NEAR FRONT DOOR OFFICER HOOPER    OK, fella, time to come out.  [a beat]  Are  you in there?  [beat]  Oh, darn it all to--, they're gone.  Come on - [slow] help me break in the door. GRIGG    [yes] *Heh*. MUSIC   SCENE 24.    INSIDE, HOUSE, UPSTAIRS FRAN    I'll be right across the hall - now start. SOUND    DOOR OPENS FRAN    Eep! BOBBIE     Oh, no! BOOL     [squeak, which echoes] FRED    Ghosts, eh.  Looks like I got me a bunch more bargaining chips.  All of you move out here in the hall, real slow.  [snarls] Get over there-- ARI    [gasp] SOUND    THUD AS HE HITS THE WALL FRED    Keep your hands where I can see 'em! FRAN    [sarcastic] Of course, I might just have a gun. SOUND    SMACK FRED    Keep your mouth shut! FRAN    [gasps in real pain] BOOL    [mimics her gasp] FRED    You, too! BOOL    Flan! [squeaky growl]  Lalalala! FRED    What the hell's wrong with that kid? BOOL    [growl builds] FRED    [starting to get freaked out] Stop it.  What the hell? BOBBIE    Fran, is Bool glowing? FRAN    [sniff, then uncertain] Um, I think so. BOOL    [shriek which is a childish echo of Grigg's] FRED    [scream of terror] SOUND    GUNSHOT BOBBIE, BOOL, FRAN, ARI - scream, gasp, etc. SOUND    POUNDING FEET COMING UP THE STAIRS GRIGG    [full-on shriek, deeper and very alien] OFFICER HOOPER    Holy cow!  What the--? FRED    The light!   No!  [drawn out scream, which fades into a weird little popping noise] BOBBIE    I guess we--[gasp] might know--[gasp] where they came from, now. OFFICER HOOPER    [suspicious] Where'd he go? GRIGG    I made him nothing.  He try my child hurt.  Your child also. OFFICER HOOPER    Yeah, I, uh, noticed--  FRAN    [excited] Are you guys Martians? OFFICER HOOPER    [exasperated] --but she's clearly fine. GRIGG    I know not Marchan. BOOL    [Part muffled, satisfied] Flan! FRAN    [just as pleased]  Bool! BOBBIE    I don't know what to tell you, Mister - officer, I mean - Hooper.  OFFICER HOOPER    Don't worry, I blame my daughter.  [Back to Grigg]  So we don't have to worry about him coming back? GRIGG    Nothing.  No colme back. OFFICER HOOPER    And what exactly - well - are you? ARI    They saved us, is that not enough? FRAN    Yeah.  They're "good people," as mom would say. GRIGG    No concern, Hooper man.  We no stay now, you see us be do that.  We find more - uh - new home. BOOL    Home?  No!  [plaintive] Flan! GRIGG    [softly] No, Bool.  Go. OFFICER HOOPER    Tell me one thing, Grigg.  You planning to invade? GRIGG    *Haysa*? FRAN    He means are you gonna bring a bunch of people here and try and take over the planet - like in the movies? GRIGG    We hide - no one come with.  Bad place come away.  Alone. FRAN    There! BOBBIE    Are you thinking--? OFFICER HOOPER    [considering] I'm thinking I don't want to try writing this up.  Much easier if we just didn't see anything.  The one guy shot the other, then when he saw it was hopeless, he skedaddled. BOBBIE    But--  what--? FRAN    I didn't see anything.  You, Ari? ARI    No.  I was much too frightened.  He threw me against a wall and then ran off before my head cleared. FRAN    See, Bobbie? BOOL    Bah-bee? BOBBIE    That's kinda cute.  Good thing I-- I didn't see anything else.  Besides, anyone who would do whatever it takes to protect their kid - well, they can't be too bad. OFFICER HOOPER    You're still not babysitting for Fran ever again. BOBBIE    [truly relieved] Oh!  Thank you! FRAN    Hey! MUSIC, CLOSING OLIVIA    Now that you know how to find us, don't be a stranger - we have enough of those already...

Radio Cádiz
Hoy por Hoy Cádiz (28/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 79:37


Magazine de ocio, cultura y actualidad de la provincia de la Bahía de Cádiz, con Carlos Alarcón. Las noticias de la mañana, la mesa de debate y la información de servicio de primera mano

Radio Cádiz
Hora 14 Cádiz (28/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 14:21


Las noticias de la mañana en la Bahía de Cádiz: resumen de los asuntos más importantes del día e información de servicio

Radio Cádiz
Hora 14 Cádiz (27/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 14:55


Las noticias de la mañana en la Bahía de Cádiz: resumen de los asuntos más importantes del día e información de servicio

Radio Cádiz
Hoy por Hoy Cádiz (27/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 79:43


Magazine de ocio, cultura y actualidad de la provincia de la Bahía de Cádiz, con Carlos Alarcón. Las noticias de la mañana, la mesa de debate y la información de servicio de primera mano

Radio Cádiz
Hora 14 Cádiz (26/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 14:41


Las noticias de la mañana en la Bahía de Cádiz: resumen de los asuntos más importantes del día e información de servicio

Radio Cádiz
Hoy por Hoy Cádiz (26/10/2021)

Radio Cádiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 79:46


Magazine de ocio, cultura y actualidad de la provincia de la Bahía de Cádiz, con Carlos Alarcón. Las noticias de la mañana, la mesa de debate y la información de servicio de primera mano

Açık Bilinç
Bilimde "bağlantısallık"

Açık Bilinç

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 31:41


Bilimde "bağlantısallık" nedir? Yeni nörobilim, "yaşamdaşlık" kültürüyle nasıl bir köprü kuruyor? Beyin cerrahı ve Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi dekanı Prof. Türker Kılıç ile bağlantısallık ve yaşamdaşlığı konuşuyoruz.

Women of the Military
The few of the few: A female Sergeant Major

Women of the Military

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 49:47


Women of the Military would like to thank Sabio Coding Bootcamp for sponsoring this week's episode! Sabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers.  Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio.  Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period.  They also are 100% committed to helping you find your first job in tech.  Don't forget to head over to www.Sabio.la to learn more today. Check out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/09/a-female-sergeant-major/Check out the full transcript here.  Connect with Robin:www.rcfortner.comwww.rcfortnerenterprises.comLINKEDINTWITTERINSTAGRAMThank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet your Women of the Military Podcast gear here.Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.   

Radio La Pizarra
#EnelEspejo|Políticos y sus mascotas - Radio La Pizarra - 23 oct 21

Radio La Pizarra

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 22:05


Bahía Luna nos cuenta cómo algunos de los y las políticxs más influyentes del mundo han mostrado su afición y pasión por los animales, acogiendo en su hogar una mascota con la que compartir su escaso tiempo libre.

MindFolk
#12 Interview with Ghada Alaa Hamdy: Food for Soul

MindFolk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 30:22


How can love help us create sustainable change? Ghada Alaa Hamdy shares how she does it, both in the humanitarian sector and at home. "We're trying really to experience coexistence in a practical way." See the shownotes & transcript on our website References Ghada's LinkedIn Profile Bahá'í faith and community Topics Communication, Love, Psychological Safety, Culture, Growth, Bahá'í, Service, Harassment, Gender, Social Justice, Change Management, Inclusion Let's Talk Twitter | Instagram | Send Brian a voice message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mindfolkpod/message

Women of the Military
From Army enlistment to the White House

Women of the Military

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 49:11


Women of the Military would like to thank Sabio Coding Bootcamp for sponsoring this week's episode! Sabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers.  Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio.  Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period.  They also are 100% committed to helping you find your first job in tech.  Don't forget to head over to www.Sabio.la to learn more today. Check out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/10/from-army-enlistment-to-the-white-house/Connect with Melody:LinkedinTwitterXcelmil WebsiteMentioned in this episode:Suicide prevention hotlineSuicide Prevention MonthCohen Veterans NetworkCheck out the full transcript here.  Thank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet your Women of the Military Podcast gear here.Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.   

Radio La Pizarra
#EnelEspejo|Tipos de pan en Latinoamérica - Radio La Pizarra - 16 oct 21

Radio La Pizarra

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 9:27


Bahía Luna nos cuenta un poco sobre la historia del pan y sus distintas variedades y acepciones en los distintos lugares de Latinoamérica y España

Günün ve Güncelin Edebiyatı
"Bahçelerinde Yaz"

Günün ve Güncelin Edebiyatı

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 24:00


Hilmi Tezgör ve Aslan Erdem ile Füruzan Edebiyatı üzerine hazırladıkları "Bahçelerinde Yaz" kitabını konuşuyoruz.

Bahá’i Oasis
16.11.178 - Become A Source Of All Goodness

Bahá’i Oasis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 4:10


From the Arabic - 4 - O Son of Man! I loved thy creation, hence I created thee. Wherefore, do thou love Me, that I may name thy name and fill thy soul with the spirit of life. Bahá'u'lláh It is Our wish and desire that every one of you may become a source of all goodness unto men, and an example of uprightness to mankind. Beware lest ye prefer yourselves above your neighbors. Fix your gaze upon Him Who is the Temple of God amongst men. He, in truth, hath offered up His life as a ransom for the redemption of the world. He, verily, is the All-Bountiful, the Gracious, the Most High. If any differences arise amongst you, behold Me standing before your face, and overlook the faults of one another for My name's sake and as a token of your love for My manifest and resplendent Cause. We love to see you at all times consorting in amity and concord within the paradise of My good-pleasure, and to inhale from your acts the fragrance of friendliness and unity, of loving-kindness and fellowship. Thus counselleth you the All-Knowing, the Faithful. We shall always be with you; if We inhale the perfume of your fellowship, Our heart will assuredly rejoice, for naught else can satisfy Us. To this beareth witness every man of true understanding. ~Gleanings, 146 Check out our new blog, Outdoor Oasis: https://bahaioasis.wixsite.com/outdooroasis Email: bahaioasis@gmail.com Instagram and Twitter: @bahaioasis Join our Amino group: http://aminoapps.com/c/Bahai --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bahaioasis/message

The CyberWire
Twitch is breached. MalKamak: a newly described Iranian threat actor. Chinese cyberespionage against India. SafeMoon phishbait. The ransomware threat. What counts as compromise.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 31:11


Twitch is breached. A newly discovered Iranian threat group is described. A Chinese cyberespionage campaign in India proceeds by phishing. SafeMoon alt-coin is trendy phishbait in criminal circles. As the US prepares to convene an anti-ransomware conference, Russian gangs show no signs of slacking off. Betsy Carmelite from BAH on AI/ ML in cyber defensive operations. Our guest is Adam Flatley of Redacted with recommendations from the Ransomware Task Force. And observations on what counts as compromising material. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/193

Kısa Dalga Podcast
BÜLTEN / "ÖĞRENCİ TERÖRİST, KEBAPÇI BÖLÜCÜ"

Kısa Dalga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 9:30


Erdoğan, yurt eylemi yapan öğrencileri “terörist” ilan etti..Bahçeli'den ilginç çıkış: “Bölücü kebapçılar"...Kılıçdaroğlu: “Yağmur gibi zamlar gelecek”...Pandora Belgeleri'ndeki iddialara kim, ne dedi?...Kısa Dalga Bülten yayında

To Mother with Andrea Hope
Nineteen Day Feast

To Mother with Andrea Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 12:38


Ep. 50: Baha'i mom and poet Andrea Hope shares ideas for having children contribute to Baha'i Feasts. The resources for this episode are as follows:How often have well-organized Bahá'í children's classes given parents, even those who are not Bahá'ís, the incentive to learn more and study more deeply the Teachings of the Faith! How often have the children, through their songs and recitation of prayers during Feasts and at other gatherings of the friends, added luster and inspiration to the program and created a true sense of belonging to the community in the hearts of those present! How many are the children who have grown into active and enkindled youth, and later into wholly dedicated adults, energetically supporting the work of the Cause and advancing its vital interests! 25 May 1975 from the Universal House of Justice Living the Life: Have Children Contribute to Feast Resource: Mine Rich in Gems - 19 Day Feast Pages for Kids Andrea's Etsy Shop:https://www.etsy.com/shop/AndreaHopeOrgFacebook: @tomotherwithandreahopeEmail: info@andreahope.orgWebsite: www.andreahope.org

Screaming in the Cloud
Security Challenges and Working for President Biden with Jackie Singh

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 41:45


About JackieJackie Singh is an Information Security professional with more than 20 years of hacking experience, beginning in her preteen years. She began her career in the US Army, and deployed to Iraq in 2003. Jackie subsequently spent several years in Iraq and Africa in cleared roles for the Department of Defense.Since making the shift to the commercial world in 2012, Jackie has held a number of significant roles in operational cybersecurity, including Principal Consultant at Mandiant and FireEye, Global Director of Incident Response at Intel Security and McAfee, and CEO/Cofounder of a boutique consultancy, Spyglass Security.Jackie is currently Director of Technology and Operations at the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.), a 501(C)(3), non-profit advocacy organization and legal services provider. S.T.O.P. litigates and advocates to abolish local governments' systems of mass surveillance.Jackie lives in New York City with her partner, their daughters, and their dog Ziggy.Links: Disclose.io: https://disclose.io Twitter: https://twitter.com/hackingbutlegal TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at VMware. Let's be honest—the past year has been far from easy. Due to, well, everything. It caused us to rush cloud migrations and digital transformation, which of course means long hours refactoring your apps, surprises on your cloud bill, misconfigurations and headache for everyone trying manage disparate and fractured cloud environments. VMware has an answer for this. With VMware multi-cloud solutions, organizations have the choice, speed, and control to migrate and optimizeapplications seamlessly without recoding, take the fastest path to modern infrastructure, and operate consistently across the data center, the edge, and any cloud. I urge to take a look at vmware.com/go/multicloud. You know my opinions on multi cloud by now, but there's a lot of stuff in here that works on any cloud. But don't take it from me thats: VMware.com/go/multicloud and my thanks to them again for sponsoring my ridiculous nonsense.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by “you”—gabyte. Distributed technologies like Kubernetes are great, citation very much needed, because they make it easier to have resilient, scalable, systems. SQL databases haven't kept pace though, certainly not like no SQL databases have like Route 53, the world's greatest database. We're still, other than that, using legacy monolithic databases that require ever growing instances of compute. Sometimes we'll try and bolt them together to make them more resilient and scalable, but let's be honest it never works out well. Consider Yugabyte DB, its a distributed SQL database that solves basically all of this. It is 100% open source, and there's not asterisk next to the “open” on that one. And its designed to be resilient and scalable out of the box so you don't have to charge yourself to death. It's compatible with PostgreSQL, or “postgresqueal” as I insist on pronouncing it, so you can use it right away without having to learn a new language and refactor everything. And you can distribute it wherever your applications take you, from across availability zones to other regions or even other cloud providers should one of those happen to exist. Go to yugabyte.com, thats Y-U-G-A-B-Y-T-E dot com and try their free beta of Yugabyte Cloud, where they host and manage it for you. Or see what the open source project looks like—its effortless distributed SQL for global apps. My thanks to Yu—gabyte for sponsoring this episode.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. The best part about being me—well, there's a lot of great things about being me, but from my perspective, the absolute best part is that I get to interview people on the show who have done awesome and impressive things. Therefore by osmosis, you tend to assume that I'm smart slash know-what-the-living-hell-I'm-talking-about. This is proveably untrue, but that's okay.Even when I say it outright, this will fade into the depths of your mind and not take hold permanently. Today is, of course, no exception. My guest is Jackie Singh, who's an information security professional, which is probably the least interesting way to describe who she is and what she does. Most recently, she was a senior cybersecurity staffer at the Biden campaign. Thank you so much for joining me. What was that like?Jackie: Thank you so much for having me. What was that like? The most difficult and high-pressure, high-stress job I've ever had in my life. And, you know, I spent most of my early 20s in Iraq and Africa. [laugh].Corey: It's interesting, you're not the first person to make the observation that, “Well, I was in the military, and things are blowing up all around, and what I'm doing next to me is like—‘oh, the site is down and can't show ads to people?' Bah, that's not pressure.” You're going the other direction. It's like, yeah, this was higher stress than that. And that right there is not a common sentiment.Jackie: I couldn't anticipate, when I was contacted for the role—for which I had applied to through the front door like everyone else, sent in my resume, thought it looked pretty cool—I didn't expect to be contacted. And when I was interviewed and got through the interviews and accepted the role, I still did not properly anticipate how this would change my life and how it would modify my life in the span of just a few months; I was on the campaign for five to six months.Corey: Now, there's a couple of interesting elements to this. The first is it's rare that people will say, “Oh, I had a job for five to six months,” and, a, put it on their resume because that sounds like, “Ah, are you one of those job-hopper types?” But when you go into a political campaign, it's very clearly, win or lose, we're out of jobs in November. Ish. And that is something that is really neat from the perspective of career management and career planning. Usually is, “Hey, do you want a six-month job?” It's, “Why? Because I'm going to rage quit at the end of it. That seems a little on the weird side.” But with a campaign, it's a very different story. It seems like a different universe in some respects.Jackie: Yes, absolutely. It was different than any other role I'd ever had. And being a political dilettante, [laugh] essentially, walking into this, I couldn't possibly anticipate what that environment would be like. And, frankly, it is a bit gatekept in the sense that if you haven't participated on a campaign before, you really don't have any idea what to expect, and they're all a bit different to, like, their own special snowflake, based on the people who are there, and the moment in time during which you are campaigning, and who you are campaigning for. And it really does change a perspective on civic life and what you can do with your time if you chose to spend it doing something a little bigger than your typical TechOps.Corey: It also is a great answer, too, when people don't pay close enough attention. “So, why'd you leave your last job?” “He won.” Seems like a pretty—Jackie: [laugh].Corey: —easy answer to give, on some level.Jackie: Yes, absolutely. But imagine the opposite. Imagine if our candidate had lost, or if we had had data walk out the door like in 2016. The Democratic National Convention was breached in 2016 and some unflattering information was out the door, emails were hacked. And so it was difficult to anticipate… what we had control over and how much control we could actually exert over the process itself, knowing that if we failed, the repercussions would be extremely severe.Corey: It's a different story than a lot of InfoSec gigs. Companies love to talk like it is the end of the universe if they wind up having a data breach, in some effect. They talk about that the world ends because for them it kind of does because you have an ablative CSO who tries to also armor themselves with ablative interns that they can blame—if your SolarWinds. But the idea being that, “Oh yeah, if we get breached we are dunzo.”And it's, first, not really. Let's not inflate the risks here. Let's be honest; we're talking about something like you're a retailer; if you get breached, people lose a bunch of credit card numbers, the credit card companies have to reissue it to everyone, you get slapped with a fine, and you get dragged in the press, but statistically, look at your stock price a year later, it will be higher than at the time of the breach in almost every case. This is not the end of the world. You're talking about something though that has impacts that have impossible-to-calculate repercussions.We're talking about an entire administration shift; US foreign policy, domestic policy, how the world works and functions is in no small part tied to data security. That's a different level of stress than I think most security folks, if you get them honest enough, are going to admit that, yeah, what I do isn't that important from an InfoSec perspective. What you did is.Jackie: I appreciate that, especially having worked in the military. Since I left the military, I was always looking for a greater purpose and a larger mission to serve. And in this instance, the scope of work was somewhat limited, but the impact of failing would have been quite wide-ranging, as you've correctly identified. And walking into that role, I knew there was a limited time window to get the work done. I knew that as we progressed and got closer and closer to election day, we would have more resources, more money rolls in, more folks feel secure in the campaign and understand what the candidate stands for, and want to pump money into the coffers. And so you're also in an interesting situation because your resourcing is increasing, proportional to the threat, which is very time-bound.Corey: An inherent challenge is that unlike in a corporate environment, in many respects, where engineers can guard access to things and give the business clear lines of access to things and handle all of it in the background, one of the challenges with a campaign is that you are responsible for data security in a variety of different ways, and the interfaces to that data explode geometrically and to people with effectively no level whatsoever of technical sophistication. I'm not talking about the candidate necessarily—though that's of course, a concern—but I'm talking organizers, I'm talking volunteers, I'm talking folks who are lifelong political operatives, but they tend not to think in terms of, “Oh, I should enable multi-factor authentication on everything that I have,” because that is not what they are graded on; it's pass-fail. So, it's one of those things where it is not the number one priority for anyone else in your organization, but it is yours and you not only have to get things into fighting shape, you have to furthermore convince people to do the things that get them there. How do you approach that?Jackie: Security awareness [laugh] in a nutshell. We were lucky to work with Bob Lord, who is former CSO at Yahoo, OAuth, Rapid7, and has held a number of really important roles that were very wide in their scope, and responsible for very massive data sets. And we were lucky enough to, in the democratic ecosystem, have a CSO who really understood the nature of the problem, and the way that you described it just now is incredibly apt. You're working with folks that have no understanding or very limited understanding of what the threat actors were interested in breaching the campaign, what their capability set is, and how they might attempt to breach an organization. But you also had some positives out of that.When you're working with a campaign that is distributed, your workforce is distributed, and your systems are also distributed. And when you lose that centralization that many enterprises rely on to get the job done, you also reduce opportunities for attackers to compromise one system or one user and move laterally. So, that was something that we had working for us. So, security awareness was incredibly important. My boss worked on that quite a bit.We had an incredible IT help desk who really focused on connecting with users and running them through a checklist so everyone in the campaign had been onboarded with a specific set of capabilities and an understanding of what the security setup was and how to go about their business in a secure way. And luckily, very good decisions had been made on the IT side prior to the security team joining the organization, which set the stage for a strong architecture that was resistant to attack. So, I think a lot of the really solid decisions and security awareness propagation had occurred prior to myself and my boss joining the campaign.Corey: One of the things that I find interesting is that before you started that role—you mentioned you came in through the front door, which personally I've never successfully gotten a job like that; I always have to weasel my way in because I have an eighth-grade education and my resume—Jackie: [laugh].Corey: —well, tenure-wise, kind of, looks like a whole bunch of political campaigns. And that's fine, but before that, you were running your own company that was a focused security consultancy. Before that, your resume is a collection of impressive names. You were a principal consultant at Mandiant, you were at Accenture. You know what you're talking about.You were at McAfee slash Intel. You've done an awful lot of corporate world stuff. What made you decide to just wake up one day and decide, “You know what sounds awesome? Politics because the level of civil discourse there is awesome, and everyone treats everyone with respect and empathy, and no one gets heated or makes ridiculous arguments and the rest. That's the area I want to go into.” What flipped that switch for you?Jackie: If I'm completely honest, it was pure boredom. [laugh]. I started my business, Spyglass Security, with my co-founder, Jason [Shore 00:11:11]. And our purpose was to deliver boutique consulting services in a way that was efficient, in a way that built on prior work, and in a way that helped advance the security maturity of an organization without a lot of complex terminology, 150-page management consulting reports, right? What are the most effective operational changes we can make to an organization in how they work, in order to lead to some measurable improvement?And we had a good success at the New York City Board of Elections where we were a subcontractor to a large security firm. And we were in there for about a year, building them a vulnerability management program, which was great. But generally speaking, I have found myself bored with having the same conversations about cybersecurity again and again, at the startup level and really even at the enterprise level. And I was looking for something new to do, and the role was posted in a Slack that I co-founded that is full of digital forensics and information security folks, incident responders, those types of people.And I didn't hear of anyone else applying for the role. And I just thought, “Wow, maybe this is the kind of opportunity that I won't see again.” And I honestly sent my resume and didn't expect to hear anything back, so it was incredible to be contacted by the chief information security officer about a month after he was hired.Corey: One of the things that made it very clear that you were doing good work was the fact that there was a hit piece taken out on you in one of the absolute worst right-wing rags. I didn't remember what it was. It's one of those, oh, I'd been following you on Twitter for a bit before that, but it was one of those okay, but I tend to shortcut to figuring out who I align with based upon who yells at them. It's one of those—to extend it a bit further—I'm lazy, politically speaking. I wind up looking at two sides yelling at each other, I find out what side the actual literal flag-waving Nazis are on, and then I go to the other side because I don't ever want someone to mistake me for one of those people. And same story here. It's okay, you're clearly doing good work because people have bothered to yell at you in what we will very generously term ‘journalism.'Jackie: Yeah, I wouldn't refer to any of those folks—it was actually just one quote-unquote journalist from a Washington tabloid who decided to write a hit piece the week after I announced on Twitter that I'd had this role. And I took two months or so to think about whether I would announce my position at the campaign. I kept it very quiet, told a couple of my friends, but I was really busy and I wasn't sure if that was something I wanted to do. You know, as an InfoSec professional, that you need to keep your mouth shut about most things that happened in the workplace, period. It's a sensitive type of role and your discretion is critical.But Kamala really changed my mind. Kamala became the nominee and, you know, I have a similar background to hers. I'm half Dominican—my mother's from the Dominican Republic and my father is from India, so I have a similar background where I'm South Asian and Afro-Caribbean—and it just felt like the right time to bolster her profile by sharing that the Biden campaign was really interested in putting diverse candidates in the world of politics, and making sure that people like me have a seat at the table. I have three young daughters. I have a seven-year-old, a two-year-old, and a one-year-old.And the thing I want for them to know in their heart of hearts is that they can do anything they want. And so it felt really important and powerful for me to make a small public statement on Twitter about the role I had been in for a couple of months. And once I did that, Corey, all hell broke loose. I mean, I was suddenly the target of conspiracy theorists, I had people trying to reach out to me in every possible way. My LinkedIn messages, it just became a morass of—you know, on one hand, I had a lot of folks congratulate me and say nice things and provide support, and on the other, I just had a lot of, you know, kind of nutty folks reach out and have an idea of what I was working to accomplish that maybe was a bit off base.So yeah, I really wasn't surprised to find out that a right-wing or alt-right tabloid had attempted to write a hit piece on me. But at the end of the day, I had to keep moving even though it was difficult to be targeted like that. I mean, it's just not typical. You don't take a job and tell people you got a job, [laugh] and then get attacked for it on the national stage. It was really unsurprising on one hand, yet really quite shocking on another; something I had to adjust to very quickly. I did cry at work. I did get on the phone with legal and HR and cry like a baby. [laugh].Corey: Oh, yeah.Jackie: Yeah. It was scary.Corey: I guess this is an example of my naivete, but I do not understand people on the other side of the issue of InfoSec for a political campaign—and I want to be clear, I include that to every side of an aisle—I think there are some quote-unquote, “Political positions” that are absolutely abhorrent, but I also in the same breath will tell you that they should have and deserve data security and quality InfoSec representation. In a defensive capacity, to be clear. If you're—“I'm the offensive InfoSec coordinator for a campaign,” that's a different story. And we can have a nuanced argument about that.Jackie: [laugh].Corey: Also to be very clear, for the longest time—I would say almost all of my career until a few years ago—I was of the impression whatever I do, I keep my politics to myself. I don't talk about it in public because all I would realistically be doing is alienating potentially half of my audience. And what shifted that is two things. One of them, for me at least, is past a certain point, let's be very clear here: silence is consent. And I don't ever want to be even mistaken at a glance for being on the wrong side of some of these issues.On another, it's, I don't accept, frankly, that a lot of the things that are currently considered partisan are in fact, political issues. I can have a nuanced political debate on either side of the aisle on actual political issues—talking about things like tax policy, talking about foreign policy, talking about how we interact with the world, and how we fund things we care about and things that we don't—I can have those discussions. But I will not engage and I will not accept that, who gets to be people is a political issue. I will not accept that treating people with respect, regardless of how high or low their station, is a political issue. I will not accept that giving voice to our worst darkest impulses is a political position.I just won't take it. And maybe that makes me a dreamer. I don't consider myself a political animal. I really don't. I am not active in local politics. Or any politics for that matter. It's just, I will not compromise on treating people as people. And I never thought, until recently, that would be a political position, but apparently, it is.Jackie: Well, we were all taught the golden rule is children.Corey: There's a lot of weird things that were taught as children that it turns out, don't actually map to the real world. The classic example of that is sharing. It's so important that we teach the kids to share, and always share your toys and the rest. And now we're adults, how often do we actually share things with other people that aren't members of our immediate family? Turns out not that often. It's one of those lessons that ideally should take root and lead into being decent people and expressing some form of empathy, but the actual execution of it, it's yeah, sharing is not really a thing that we value in society.Jackie: Not in American society.Corey: Well, there is that. And that's the challenge, is we're always viewing the world through the lens of our own experiences, both culturally and personally, and it's easy to fall into the trap that is pernicious and it's always there, that our view of the world is objective and correct, and everyone else is seeing things from a perspective that is not nearly as rational and logical as our own. It's a spectrum of experience. No one wakes up in the morning and thinks that they are the villain in the story unless they work for Facebook's ethics department. It's one of those areas of just people have a vision of themselves that they generally try to live up to, and let's be honest people fell in love with one vision of themselves, it's the cognitive dissonance thing where people will shift their beliefs instead of their behavior because it's easier to do that, and reframe the narrative.It's strange how we got to this conversation from a starting position of, “Let's talk about InfoSec,” but it does come back around. It comes down to understanding the InfoSec posture of a political campaign. It's one of those things that until I started tracking who you were and what you were doing, it wasn't something really crossed my mind. Of course, now you think about, of course there's a whole InfoSec operation for every campaign, ever. But you don't think about it; it's behind the scenes; it's below the level of awareness that most people have.Now, what's really interesting to me, and I'm curious if you can talk about this, is historically the people working on the guts of a campaign—as it were—don't make public statements, they don't have public personas, they either don't use Twitter or turn their accounts private and the rest during the course of the campaign. You were active and engaging with people and identifying as someone who is active in the Biden campaign's InfoSec group. What made you decide to do that?Jackie: Well, on one hand, it did not feel useful to cut myself off from the world during the campaign because I have so many relationships in the cybersecurity community. And I was able to leverage those by connecting with folks who had useful information for me; folks outside of your organization often have useful information to bring back, for example, bug bounties and vulnerability disclosure programs that are established by companies in order to give hackers a outlet. If you find something on hardwarestore.com, and you want to share that with the company because you're a white hat hacker and you think that's the right thing to do, hopefully, there's some sort of a structure for you to be able to do that. And so, in the world of campaigning, I think information security is a relatively new development.It has been, maybe, given more resources in this past year on the presidential level than ever before. I think that we're going to continue to see an increase in the amount of resources given to the information security department on every campaign. But I'm also a public person. I really do appreciate the opportunity to interact with my community, to share and receive information about what it is that we do and what's happening in the world and what affects us from tech and information security perspective.Corey: It's just astonishing for me to see from the outside because you are working on something that is foundationally critically important. Meanwhile, people working on getting people to click ads or whatnot over at Amazon have to put ‘opinions my own' in their Twitter profile, whereas you were very outspoken about what you believe and who you are. And that's a valuable thing.Jackie: I think it's important. I think we often allow corporations to dictate our personality, we allow our jobs to dictate our personality, we allow corporate mores to dictate our behavior. And we have to ask ourselves who we want to be at the end of the day and what type of energy we want to put out into the world, and that's a choice that we make every day. So, what I can say is that it was a conscious decision. I can say that I worked 14 hours a day, or something, for five, six months. There were no weekends; there was no time off; there were a couple of overnights.Corey: “So, what do you get to sleep?” “November.”Jackie: Yeah. [laugh]. My partner took care of the kids. He was an absolute beast. I mean, he made sure that the house ran, and I paid no attention to it. I was just not a mom for those several months, in my own home.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle HeatWave is a new high-performance accelerator for the Oracle MySQL Database Service. Although I insist on calling it “my squirrel.” While MySQL has long been the worlds most popular open source database, shifting from transacting to analytics required way too much overhead and, ya know, work. With HeatWave you can run your OLTP and OLAP, don't ask me to ever say those acronyms again, workloads directly from your MySQL database and eliminate the time consuming data movement and integration work, while also performing 1100X faster than Amazon Aurora, and 2.5X faster than Amazon Redshift, at a third of the cost. My thanks again to Oracle Cloud for sponsoring this ridiculous nonsense. Corey: Back in 2019, I gave a talk at re:Invent—which is always one of those things that's going to occasion comment—and the topic that we covered was building a vulnerability disclosure program built upon the story of a vulnerability that I reported into AWS. And it was a decent enough experience that I suggested at some point that you should talk about this publicly, and they said, “You should come talk about it with us.” And I did and it was a blast. But it suddenly became very clear, during the research for that talk and talking to people who've set those programs up is that look, one way or another, people are going to find vulnerabilities in what you do and how you do them. And if you don't give them an easy way to report them to you, that's okay.You'll find out about them in other scenarios when they're on the front page of the New York Times. So, you kind of want to be out there and accessible to people. Now, there's a whole story we can go into about the pros and cons of things like bug bounties and the rest, and of course, it's a nuanced issue, but the idea of at least making it easy for people to wind up reporting things from that perspective is one of those key areas of outreach. Back in the early days of InfoSec, people would explore different areas of systems that they had access to, and very often they were charged criminally. Intel wound up having charges against one of their—I believe it was their employee or something, who wound up founding something and reporting it in an ethical way.The idea of doing something like that is just ludicrous. You're in that space a lot more than I am. Do you still see that sort of chilling effect slash completely not getting it when someone is trying to, in good faith, report security issues? Or has the world largely moved on from that level of foolishness?Jackie: Both. The larger organizations that have mature security programs, and frankly, the organizations that have experienced a significant public breach, the organizations that have experienced pain are those that know better at this point and realize they do need to have a program, they do need to have a process and a procedure, and they need to have some kind of framework for folks to share information with them in a way that doesn't cause them to respond with, “Are you extorting me? Is this blackmail?” As a cybersecurity professional working at my own security firm and also doing security research, I have reported dozens of vulnerabilities that I've identified, open buckets, for example. My partner at Spyglass and I built a SaaS application called Data Drifter a few years ago.We were interviewed by NBC about this and NBC followed up on quite a few of our vulnerability disclosures and published an article. But what the software did was look for open buckets on Azure, AWS, and GCP and provide an analyst interface that allows a human to trawl through very large datasets and understand what they're looking at. So, for example, one of the finds that we had was that musical.ly—musical-dot-L-Y, which was purchased by TikTok, eventually—had a big, large open bucket with a lot of data, and we couldn't figure out how to report it properly. And they eventually took it down.But you really had to try to understand what you were looking at; if you have a big bucket full of different data types, you don't have a name on the bucket, and you don't know who it belongs to because you're not Google, or Amazon, or Microsoft, what do you do with this information? And so we spent a lot of time trying to reconcile open buckets with their owners and then contacting those owners. So, we've received a gamut of ranges of responses to vulnerability disclosure. On one hand, there is an established process at an organization that is visible by the way they respond and how they handle your inquiry. Some folks have ticketing systems, some folks respond directly to you from the security team, which is great, and you can really see and get an example of what their routing is inside the company.And then other organizations really have no point of reference for that kind of thing, and when something comes into either their support channels or even directly into the cybersecurity team, they're often scrambling for an effective way to respond to this. And it could go either way; it could get pretty messy at times. I've been threatened legally and I've been accused of extortion, even when we weren't trying to offer some type of a service. I mean, you really never walk into a vulnerability disclosure scenario and then offer consulting services because they are going to see it as a marketing ploy and you never want to make that a marketing ploy. I mean, it's just not… it's not effective and it's not ethical, it's not the right thing to do.So, it's been interesting. [laugh]. I would recommend, if you are a person listening to this podcast who has some sort of pull in the information security department at your organization, I would recommend that you start with disclose.io, which was put together by Casey John Ellis and some other folks over at Bugcrowd and some other volunteers. It's a really great starting point for understanding how to implement a vulnerability disclosure program and making sure that you are able to receive the information in a way that prevents a PR disaster.Corey: My approach is controversial—I know this—but I believe that the way that you're approaching this was entirely fatally flawed, of trying to report to people that they have an open S3 bucket. The proper way to do it is to upload reams of data to it because my operating theory is that they're going to ignore a politely worded note from a security researcher, but they're not going to ignore a $4 million surprise bill at the end of the month from AWS. That'll get fixed tout suite. To be clear to the audience, I am kidding on this. Don't do it. There's a great argument that you can be charged criminally for doing such a thing. I'm kidding. It's a fun joke. Don't do it. I cannot stress that enough. We now go to Jackie for her laughter at that comment.Jackie: [laugh].Corey: There we go.Jackie: I'm on cue. Well, a great thing about Data Drifter, that SaaS application that allowed analysts to review the contents of these open buckets, was that it was all JavaScript on the client-side, and so we weren't actually hosting any of that data ourselves. So, they must have noticed some transfer fees that were excessive, but if you're not looking at security and you have an infrastructure that isn't well monitored, you may not be looking at costs either.Corey: Costs are one of those things that are very aligned spiritually with security. It's a trailing function that you don't care about until right after you really should have cared about it. With security, it's a bit of a disaster when it hits, whereas with those surprise bills, “Oh, okay. We wasted some money.” That's usually, a, not front-page material and, b, it's okay, let's be responsible and fix that up where it makes sense, but it's something that is never a priority. It's never a ‘summon the board' story for anything short of complete and utter disaster. So, I do feel a sense of spiritual alignment here.Jackie: [laugh]. I can see that. That makes perfect sense.Corey: Before we call this an episode, one other area that you've been active within is something called ‘threat modeling.' What is it?Jackie: So, threat modeling is a way to think strategically about cybersecurity. You want to defend, effectively, by understanding your organization as a collection of people, and you want to help non-technical staff support the cybersecurity program. So, the way to do that is potentially to give a human-centric focus to threat modeling activities. Threat modeling is a methodology for linking humans to an effective set of prioritized defenses for the most likely types of adversaries that they might face. And so essentially the process is identifying your subject and defining the scope of what you would like to protect.Are you looking to protect this person's personal life? Are you exclusively protecting their professional life or what they're doing in relation to an organization? And you want to iterate through a few questions and document an attack tree. Then you would research some tactics and vulnerabilities, and implement defensive controls. So, in a nutshell, we want to know what assets does your subject have or have access to, that someone might want to spy, steal, or harm; you want to get an idea of what types of adversaries you can expect based on those assets or accesses that they have, and you then want to understand what tactics those adversaries are likely to use to compromise those assets or accesses, and you then transform that into the most effective defenses against those likely tactics.So, using that in practice, you would typically build an attack tree that starts with the human at the center and lists out all of their assets and accesses. And then off of those, each of those assets or accesses, you would want to map out their adversary personas. So, for example, if I work at a bank and I work on wire transfers, my likely adversary would be a financially motivated cybercriminal, right? Pretty standard stuff. And we want to understand what are the methods that these actors are going to employ in order to get the job done.So, in a common case, in a business email compromised context, folks might rely on a signer at a company to sign off on a wire transfer, and if the threat actor has an opportunity to gain access to that person's email address or the mechanism by which they make that approval, then they may be able to redirect funds to their own wallet that was intended for someone else or a partner of the company. Adversaries tend to employ the least difficult approach; whatever the easiest way in is what they're going to employ. I mean, we spend a lot of time in the field of information security and researching the latest vulnerabilities and attack paths and what are all the different ways that a system or a person or an application can be compromised, but in reality, the simplest stuff is usually what works, and that's what they're looking for. They're looking for the easiest way in. And you can really observe that with ransomware, where attackers are employing a spray and pray methodology.They're looking for whatever they can find in terms of open attack surface on the net, and then they're targeting organizations based on who they can compromise after the fact. So, they don't start with an organization in mind, they might start with a type of system that they know they can easily compromise and then they look for those, and then they decide whether they're going to ransomware that organization or not. So, it's really a useful way, when you're thinking about human-centric threat modeling, it's really a useful way to completely map your valuables and your critical assets to the most effective ways to protect those. I hope that makes sense.Corey: It very much does. It's understanding the nature of where you start, where you stop, what is reasonable, what is not reasonable. Because like a lot of different areas—DR, for example—security is one of those areas you could hurl infinite money into and still never be done. It's where do you consider it reasonable to start? Where do you consider it reasonable to stop? And without having an idea of what the model of threat you're guarding against is, the answer is, “All the money,” which it turns out, boards are surprisingly reluctant to greenlight.Jackie: Absolutely. We have a recurring problem and information security where we cannot measure return on investment. And so it becomes really difficult to try to validate a negative. It's kind of like the TSA; the TSA can say that they've spent a lot of money and that nothing has happened or that any incidents have been limited in their scope due to the work that they've done, but can we really quantify the amount of money that DHS has absorbed for the TSA's mission, and turned that into a really wonderful and measurable understanding of how we spent that money, and whether it was worth it? No, we can't really. And so we're always struggling with that insecurity, and I don't think we'll have an answer for it in the next ten years or so.Corey: No, I suspect not, on some level. It's one of those areas where I think the only people who are really going to have a holistic perspective on this are historians.Jackie: I agree.Corey: And sadly I'm not a cloud historian; I'm a cloud economist, a completely different thing I made up.Jackie: [laugh]. Well, from my perspective, I think it's a great title. And I agree with your thought about historians, and I look forward to finding out how they felt about what we did in the information security space, both political and non-political, 20, 30, and 40 years from now.Corey: I hope to live long enough to see that. Jackie, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me today. If people want to learn more about what you're up to and how you view things, where can they find you?Jackie: You can find me on Twitter at @hackingbutlegal.Corey: Great handle. I love it.Jackie: Thank you so much for having me.Corey: Oh, of course. It is always great to talk with you. Jackie Singh, principal threat analyst, and incident responder at the Biden campaign. Obviously not there anymore. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. 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Community Talks with Arash Sadi

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 25:20


Welcome to the Big Kat Lounge Podcast Episode 59 with Arash Sadi. Today's guest comes from the Northern Virginia area where he is finishing up his MBA. He has more than half a decade of contribution to the field of management and finance. He is well versed in developing and trading variety of investment strategies using statistical models. Arash and I go way back to our undergraduate days at Virginia Tech where we were part of the Society of Individual Investors Club. Our podcast conversations varied upon the Baháʼí faith, living in the present moment, his experience volunteering overseas, building a community and much more. The Baháʼí Faith is a relatively new religion teaching the essential worth of all religions and the unity of all people. It was established in the 19th century and was initially developed in Iran and parts of the Middle East, where it has faced ongoing persecution since its inception. “Investing in yourself is more than just acquiring stocks and bonds. When you make conscious decisions to invest in your financial wellbeing, health, career, and interests, then you are positioning yourself up for a greater chance at achieving success in the future.” Everything we have is based upon pleasure, immediate joy, we are distracted by so many different pleasures. It has helped us to live a comfortable life. We can pursue more fundamental things in life. To find out more about the Baháʼí faith head to the following link: https://www.bahai.org Arash is currently in the job market seeking a business analyst role and he is a committed team player who is passionately motivating everyone around him to succeed. To follow his journey head to the following: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arashsadi Please Rate and Subscribe to help the