26 Burst results for "Albers"
Seattle rideshare coalition opposes Durkan's new wage standard
"In Seattle, are calling out the mayor's proposal to increase their pay. The Uber and Lyft drivers were holding a news conference today to say the city's plan puts their jobs at risk. And warns that could limit their Albers and raise rates for writers there. Jenny Durkin's so called Fair share program would require the ride share companies to pay drivers at least $16.40 an hour. Washington's
Evansville City Council declares racism a public health crisis
"He's racism now a public health crisis in Evansville city leaders there made that declaration Monday night passing a resolution only councilman Justin Albers voted against the idea some say the resolution simply acknowledges a long standing problem but doesn't actually do
Budgeting for Lady Luck
"Where we teach you four rules to help you. Stop living paycheck to paycheck. Get Out of debt and save more money. I've been talking a lot about options and we wanna remember that everything we do has some options. Some things remove options from US and some things at options to us and the more options. We have the better off sequel. So if you're owning a home you have options like being able to hang a picture on a wall if you're renting a home you do not have that option. If you're renting a home you have the option of perhaps moving very quickly without a lot of baggage right if you own a home that makes stat transaction a little bit more difficult. Everything has the options building. As as I've been reading a more of a Black Swan I need to have him somehow on the show. I would just be so intimidated. I don't know if I could pull it off. But I was reading about the evidence of things that disappear. So they're removed from the population of evidence. Therefore giving you a construed idea of what the truth is it's survivorship bias so only people that are really good investors stay as investors so it makes it look like investing is far. Doesn't have the luck involved that that actually does all those quit. The idea of beginner's luck in gambling is real not because it's actually real but because all of those beginners that did not have that luck. Quit so when you interview a person that is still gambling. They will tell you. When I was a beginner I was far more lucky. And you interview all all Kern gamblers and say well. How did it go? And you were a beginner in. And they'll have empirical evidence showing that more gamblers say that they had beginner's luck. They were lucky. You're back then and it only works because all of those. That weren't lucky quit. There are no longer in that population being questioned. Think about it this way. What if you have cash on hand to handle a an appliance going out? What if you have that cash on hand to pay for a new transmission a car a really really expensive situation? What if you have the cash on hand to fly to a funeral? Spur of the moment of family member or something like that something where we often will see a lack of emergencies as you become adept at this budgeting thing you. You're we've talked about how your emergencies decrease the number of emergencies decrease and so if you were to interview a lot of work and albers you would say. When was the last time you had an emergency? And they would say I was quite a long time ago because that plants repair or that emergency plane ticket or the new car tires retransmission is not a quote unquote emergency anymore because the cash is there so they didn't you know I never get a personal loan. That was really expensive. Didn't have to have a fight with their spouse about. Where is this money going to come from? Why do you always Blah Blah Blah? They didn't have that fitful night or week of very little sleep. They didn't have to skip out on work to do some things to you know work some kind of Financial Shenanigans. Make it happen so when you say. How many emergencies do you have? You would actually venture guests and say well. Why numbers are really lucky. They just don't have as many emergencies as other people. That's not the case at all. It's just that we've avoided something and when you're thinking through your progress and your thinking your wins in budgeting you're tallying up things like my bank account is bigger. My debts are smaller. Fights with my spouse are fewer. But how do you tally avoiding a catastrophe? How do you score that? Because you've also avoided those would just never know about him because you avoided him so give that a think. When you're maybe filling a little down think about how the this new mindset you've adopted has allowed you to avoid things
Bouncing Back After the Holidays
"To kick this off by echoing. What I just mentioned? Dead no doubt we had other priorities the holiday period from seeing family and friends from cooking preparing various meals. And so on. So it's okay to have other priorities confidence in health. You'll health con- always Saturday come first in your life obviously mentioned in a previous episode as well that we should still try to avoid overindulgence just because fitnesses and tall prior to that time doesn't mean when complete one eighty and disregard lifestyle choices. Either one I'm guilty for this. There's there's times where you know you're going to be eating body or drinking more when you do a regular basis so you all of your principles and say Saudi own a crazy. I WANNA eat what I want but this really isn't necessary. Enjoy yourself but overindulge for the sake overindulging. Anyway that's a solid as you may already over-indulged like I have. It's now time to think about how to get back into it on on the first thing to do is to accept the decisions you already made. You can't change the past actions but you can get back on track. Just move on those decisions. Don't pity about the action on the past with regards to your food choices for example and focus on the days ahead. The next thing I'd say is to panic and jump into extreme crash diet hoping this will repair all the damage that you've done on the holiday period such as the fire to the Paleo Diet camera of a numerous people but the key is that we need to readopt a lifestyle big more health and fitness conscious. We we candidate is but it's more about rewiring mindset going back to eating balanced amounts of the food groups do regular exercise making health decisions until again on mindset join set changes at least conscious choices in making trying to rewire mindset become sub-conscious extreme. Dieting can actually cause more problems on is worth Jeff Yoyo diets. Detox programs will is different. Cleanses out they do. How serious consequences research suggests that rapid weight loss can slow? Louis Metabolism leading to future weight gain and the pride of your body of essential nutrients was more crash. Diet can actually weaken your immune system and increase your risk of dehydration hall palpitations and Cardiac Stress. Obviously certain Salamat worth it so fall and according to Dot Rosenfeld all the professor of clinical medicine at well Cornell Medical College in New York City repeatedly following crushed is actually increases your risk of heart attacks. So that's the second tip no crash. Diets rewire mindset. As Brian. Keyed would say next up. We have some words from psychologist. Susan Albers with the The New York Times bestselling author E. Q.. She says the exercise can help activate serotonin which is a field. Chemical will help regulate your mood. So when you're feeling unhappier you'll actually make more conscious healthier choices later on the day. So when you're sitting down to breakfast eat mindfully potentially do a workout in the morning and this will have positive benefits for the rest of the day and you'll be in a better mindset. When she first gets up another thing I suggest as few to go grocery shopping in the coming weeks but plan out some healthy meals? Make list of the ingredients for these meals and then this way when you go at the store you hopefully won't buy anything you didn't plan any unhealthy traits through and find a few weeks time. They have some snacks in the cupboard. Because you were tough botany. I'm a super effective if I buy. It often was interred. Eat it again. This isn't to say that you should really have anything healthy but seeds the treat treat for getting back on track donors by an unanticipated. That you'll want something it's better to you as I said plow into weeks ahead so you have a path to success. Ask as you try and get back on track. So the first school I find thinking thoughts me to change your mindset except you've had these binges prime new meals void by anymore unhealthy food and this will set your compulsive. Success Dose for the next tip is to not wail self. And I'm going to say from around the first two weeks because I think this will do nothing but get you upset about where you all of your physique and honestly where as bad as the scale hidden shot. It's not like me too in Cobb's on this would have led to increase water retention. So this way it's actually the first thing that's going to be lost as you start getting back on track for your health and fitness and they will drop off quite quickly indeed accurate representation away. You Actually Act. It's not all body has been put on say avoid weighing yourself the the first two weeks or so and the fall for this episode the drink lots of water fluids are so key since all the alcohol extra salts and sugars dehydrate ritual body says start your morning with glass of water and keep drinking throughout the day wars at age or energy levels and brain function on drinking was before meals heels can actually help you will feel more full before they eat so they often restrict the amount of calories they intake during that meal say. hydration is careful numerous other reasons as well. But these are actionable tips bouncing back after the holiday period. I hope this has helped.
Beer Tasting, Belgian not Trappist
"Saint Bernardus. ABT twelve it is widely regarded as one of the best beers in the world. If not the universe is there for no surprise it is the brewery's flagship beer ranked at the very top of the same Bernardus beer hierarchy hierarchy. It is brewed in the classic quadruple style and adheres to the original nineteen forty six recipe. I love this bear. I think that recipe goes back further than forty six. I thought right yeah. I thought it was one of the original. This is one one of the oldest. It's one of the oldest I think that's one of the marketing does is that it's the oldest beer recipe in production. This is just pure magic raisins spices. I can actually hear Christmas carols some drinking this. I mean it's just this is so wonderful. I love it at a bottle eleven glass. I love it on draft. A love often go yeah if you can find it on draft get it. It is spectacular dealer. Yeah I thought it at a very rich composite Malt toffee raisin rich fruit in the NOZ was like a Vice Bach. I mean had that banana. That was just it just it was just it took me into all different kinds of beer directions so like like the best Belgians right. The yeast plays a role in every one of these beers that were drinking today and that's. It's just this thing drinks like an eight percent beer. I mean it's it's they're all super drinkable and that's a classic sign of all these. Trappist yet rapids style albers is the the monks actually have a word they called digestible which to Muss basically means easy drinking even though this is big and complex and rich and high alcohol. It's a very very easy drinking beer sure it is I mean you don't you don't taste the alcohol on this and all it's it's just creamy enough the it's so layered it's so light on the tongue it's very impressive motivation and all of these two superhero point silky smooth. One of the one of the stories stories of the Trappist Brune history is that the quadruple is of course the top gear the top strength but that the single double triple quadruple also denotes win. The beers can be consumed in during the workweek. The singles are are allowed to be drunk at the end of the of the day eight the do bolster for Sunday's only the triples or for high holy days and quadruple is if the bishop is if the Bishop is around the big guys so oh yeah. We're having them all in one sitting what does that make. The pope is good a debate pope next to godliness so I love this brief conversation about Wesley Twelve. You know because this a beer definitely is a I think a dead ringer of four Wesley Twelve and in fact actually remember somebody doing a blind tasting of Belgian quads and the West leader end this were in there and everybody picked us as the West leader that blind dates. It is so similar when we're talking about out those rare beers you know like treehouse.
"albers" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And that makes him a very valuable player too. So that this was just a fun. Little inconsequential vignette that it will straighted. What these? Guys are good at and how it kinda piss other players off when they put this into effect, I think a lot of people have the experience at some point in their childhood, where they have a best friend, and somebody else has the same best friend and the one in the middle has a certain sort of yanno a little bit of a higher status because he both of your best friend, and I this is sort of feel like the unpire in this situation gets to be like the best friend, laying them off each other, and they're both a little bit jealous, right? Yeah. That's true. I don't know that this episode reflected, well on either flowers contrast because it's sort of a silly uproar. But I thought this was, this was telling this is what these guys do one frames very well. The other frames were reportedly in hits dinger's, and they're both good at their jobs, Delon, batons ace, in the last five years has allowed an opium onto strikes of two eighty six. And an opium on everything. That's not to strikes of one thousand seventy well, which actually sounds crazier than it is that, that one thousand seventy is actually not that far off every, like I don't even know. That's probably, I'm just glancing at the column here, and it's probably a little worse than the median, but not even that much. Not even that crazy. But the ratio or the I guess the relation between those is crazy. So that one is four times as big as the other and understanding at other guys who are like the opposite, not. I mean, nobody's the everybody's better with two strikes. But, like let me get you a good one. Matt Albers Matt Albers. Good friend, Matt hours. Let's say Jake McGee, Jake McGee, two strikes six twenty six everything else, eight ninety nine and so della batons as is miles better than him onto strikes and quite a bit worse on all the other counts, and, you know, maybe that's. Over five years, but all the same you probably would maybe want wanna regress all of those numbers and somewhat. But if Jake McGee Delmonte is run the same team. I don't know ones lefty ones. Righty. You might already have reasons to have them in the game when they're in the game and so on. But it makes heck Dorando n- five forty one with two strikes eight thirteen without that's much closer. Yeah. There's a few guys, there's a, there's a handful of guys on here, who you could make the case that if they were teammates, you pair them up make some sense. Will Harris is one of those guys and we'll Harrah's is really good. So let me see if you had will harasses, I'm trying to find out if there's a good ass. There's a lot of Yankee a, you know, there's a lot of yankee's right now, actually, this is interesting. So batons is number one for the greatest to strike to the other one relationship out of three hundred pitchers so out of three hundred batons as number one, Chad green number ten adamant Avino number eleven arrives, Chapman number twelve. So you have all these Yankees who were on the. I mean they're strikeout pitchers. Why am I surprised?.
"albers" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Mitchell Eusler, Eric Albers, John Russo Tom hawk, and Matthew penny. Thanks to all of you. If something else today to ask you to support. I know the point of this podcast is to distract us from death, but forget our mortality, but sometimes mortality intrudes in it, intruded for me today after I finished recording this Email episode with Sam as I do after every Email episode, I sent the document with all the questions we answered to a group of several listeners who started or have helped contribute to the effectively wild Wicky than they take those questions. And they add them to the synopsis of that episode when it's added to the Wikki, one of the guys I always included those emails is Mike Moriarty, whom I've mentioned once or twice before on the show because he's been such a big part of the effectively wild Wicky project and some time after I sent that Email today, I learned that Mike passed away recently leaving beh-. Hind wife and a young son. Mike was a White Sox fan in Chicago, and he's been at listener for years. He's been a member of the Facebook group for years, and he has contributed more than five hundred episodes synopses to the effectively wild Wicky. He has been one of the two most active participants in that project and he was working on it right up almost until the day he died. It made me very sad to go look at the sign up sheet on the Facebook group, where people claim episodes to recap. And he is the last one to have edited that I think, episode thirteen sixty four is the last one that he worked on an added to the Wikki. I didn't really know Mike. Well, we had corresponded via Email and Facebook chat, but he was a presence in my life, and I appreciated his contribution to the community. He's a big part of the Facebook group in a huge part of the Wikki project. He was also a contributor to banish to the pen, the blog started by effectively Welt listeners and I know that they're planning to publish his last post very soon, I know from looking at his Facebook page, that he's missed by many people. And some of them have set up a gofundme page for his. Wife Ruth and his son, Mike junior, who's three I'm going to link to that go fund me in the show notes today, and in the Facebook group if you'd like to help out his family that would be a great gesture. He gave many hours to listening to, and documenting this podcast. And if you ever use the effective who Wicky to look up an episode. It's very likely that you're looking at his handiwork. I know that he was working toward completing that project, which is almost complete almost every episode has been recapped, and I'm really grateful for that. So even though I never met him as sort of felt like a new just because he was a part of this community that has grown over the years and has meant a lot to people that can see just from looking at the list of people who've contributed to that go fund me. There are a lot of other Facebook group members podcast listeners, banished to the pen writers, who got to know him through the show and everything that sprung up around it. So thank you, Mike. And condolences to everyone in his life. I'll start a threat in the Facebook refer people.
"albers" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Ashley, iheartmedia dot com. Make sure you right in what you're dressing up as in who you're going with her Halloween. And then I have a question as a twenty nine year old male. What is my role like what do I do on Halloween pass pass out candy? I can't like dress up and go to a party. And of course, if you're invited to a Halloween party this happen. Yes. Friends, not look at the internet wells, and Sarah Hyland, just a Taco Bell. And they're like everywhere everywhere. Yeah. But they're like celebrities and stuff. Hey, Joshua Albers. He got married this weekend. Jared. I wanted to go to the wedding, but it would have been our third straight wedding. You're just like we can't fly to third straight wedding. Yeah. I wanted to go to I added this retreat, and I couldn't make it. I I was sad. I haven't seen Josh longtime us give. It really is. Here's my question. We gotta bring Josh on at some point I want everybody's opinion out there. So he's now married. So I looked his Instagram today. I was actually looking at wedding pictures when I was on the flight or just once they've posted and people have Tagamet he's still has in his profile bachelorette season eleven is it time to take that down. Once you get married. Thoughts question or do you keep it up? I like, hey at one point in my life. I was on the show. I don't think there's an issue either way. It's whatever you decide Yeah. I I just just saw. thought. So I sit out to me bachelorettes. He's eleven you're married now, maybe maybe change that to like married. Anyway. We are bringing on one of our favorite segments. It's been consistent. It's two years in the making. It's two years in the running. The who the heck are you segment? Two year running with Joe Higgins. Kelly. Joe Higgins, who the heck are you? Well, I me here the one that called me for crying out loud. Kelly name we could be cousins. Yeah. I wonder that's what I was going to get to here. We're gonna we're gonna talk about family, and grandparents and uncles and see if we can make a connection Kelly. Joe we do a segment on this podcast called who the heck are you from people that have been on the show from years past up, please give our audience a little rundown of how they would know you where they could watch your season. And what happened on your season? Well, if they have a VHS tape they'll be able to play back our old curriculum season. I was one of the finalists on Bob Guineas on season. And yes years ago. I was in. Yeah. A fear twenty three year old and I feel like I'm like a bachelor grandma compared to you guys right now. But on our theme in I was the finalists. So he's the one that gave me the however in the end. No, she. Yeah. And he goes es della beautiful fella, and the I became a part of the bachelor a love. But you know, we weren't even in a d for crying out loud. Though. I we're all your name is Kelly. Joe when you watch Bob Guiney season we had to go back and pull ups and tape killer joker harp. Now in the world. You say you made name phonetic, it's cool Harsken to her sqi. And then one of our listeners as a big fan of yours. She wrote us an Email and said, hey, could you bring in Kelly Joe Higgins to the podcast to hear what she's doing in life? So you have a fan base that still last today. Congrats. That's fine. I'll tell her. Thank you. Oh, she's probably listening. I'm assuming but I guess there is no relation between your husband who is a hockey player. Matthew Higgins to Ben Ben Higgins, right here. No relation. No, probably not. I don't think..
"albers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Craig? The reality and consequences of war vary from new to ignore. I began to question the wisdom of enlisting and worry about what was the head of me by developed doubts and fear. I understood my father making this visit to see him. April nine thousand nine hundred eighty three the hurricane finally blew itself out. Craig Albers died at the age of thirty three. He was buried in the national cemetery in Portland, Oregon. I still more the loss of my friend. I still think. I guess I always will. He deserves to be remembered. I understand more deeply now why he'd wish they'd left him there to die the battlefields with his men rather than bring him home. He told me that there was honor nobility dying. On the battlefield with comrades. The back here home alone. The Marine Corps way. He said he felt guilty being there with his men still fighting. Like his body. He thought there was something left. Incomplete by coming home. There was one more friend. I had to say goodbye to before leaving for Camp Pendleton, white Craig. He was in the news. But when he was serving eight years in the state could attention. And.
Raptors assistant coach promoted to head coach
"The batter's box against matt albers in a tie game anthony result can launch one he does right by a score of two resort where they coming home run and listen to the cub fans here at miller park now the cubs pylon for five runs in the eleven six digits over their last four bats after being down to one most of the game they take over first by a half game over the brewers with a seven two two victory in eleven innings pat you six seventy to score he'll be back tonight calling the action with the cubs going with tyler chat with against the brewers and chase anderson tonight cleveland four nothing win over the white sox makes them four and all over the socks this season after getting shut out onto hits by carlos carrasco loss for lucas g lido the white sox turned to james shields against cleveland at home tonight and adam politico who's expected up from the minors he gave a five runs in a cleveland win against the socks couple of weeks ago so he's hit the nhl washington capital stanley cup championship rate is underway in dc the golden state warriors nba title parade begins around one o'clock in downtown oakland a prominent report says the toronto raptors are gonna name assistant nick nurse the new head coach of the raptors as promotion and it'll be nurses i head coaching job in the nba with toronto the sky try to break a two game losing streak plan wnba ball at seattle the head coach of spain's national soccer team hulan lopez taghi is taking over as manager of the prized club real madrid low peggy replaces entity and saddam quit recently unbeaten heavyweight champ santa joshua and deontay wilder have agreed to a title unification bout in the the uk this fall wildest trainer says they've agreed to terms american wilders forty and oh brit joshua's twentyone and all the split the titles each holding them the blackhawks agree to terms with defenseman henry jokey are you on a three year contract last year's first round draft pick is just eighteen years old northwestern ads transfer quarterback hunter johnson from clemson once ranked the top cuban is class johnson is expected to compete for a job with the wildcats after next season the us open tees off thursday at shinnecock hills in new york practice rounds today tiger woods says he's anxious to get going thursday afternoon on.
"albers" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"But yeah i mean people can just guess you can just reach out to me on facebook i do have an email it's curtis albers at outlook dot com you can you can just send me a message a message of support or something like that but but yeah i mean and also can just take one second if there's anybody out there like in the film industry who who actually has knowledge in terms of how i develop the script and make it more marketable or nudist to introduce you to my agent yeah that would be great that would be awesome i have a guy in this dude actually represents a lot of other rangers not just me wow why definitely need one i need some serious art we'll we'll wrap later all intro to that guy off think you think yeah happy to you you guys are awesome and i just want to say thank you so much for allowing me to come back on software and guys reliable bit man it's always bad ass to talk to rangers and people who know what the heck's going on in the world you're more than welcome out anytime curtis it was great to hear from you hey thank you so much man having me no for sherman and i should say for people who want to hear the full story i mean we didn't get into all the dish up so but go back to three eleven went over two hours like we really went in depth with your whole story so people who might just be tuning in now that just heard the story of you you said kind of the punishments that yet to do as foster kid more of that on.
"albers" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"I had a brief email with general pomona gobble to talk to him a little bit more later he's at a symposium right now so when he's back we'll talk a little bit more but i wrote a brief article about the new development that they're creating so calm it's going to bring together all the army units the seals of the new air force forward air controller unit not sure if the marines if they're marine force recon is going to be brought in or not stuff to figure that one out but this is a really good thing for the philippines that's great yeah so people could look forward to seeing more of that on soffer dot com i guess as you talked to general komo can have more to advance on that story yeah yeah it's really cool cool all right with that let's get overdue army ranger curtis albers last time we add on was up three eleven which was really one of our longest episodes so people want to go back to that and hear your full background i mean i think the story is all there but it sounds like you wanted to come back on talk about what happy post service and from those experiences that detailed with us on that up sewed yeah i mean yeah absolutely i love to do that if that's okay i hope it's not too boring for everybody okay so after after i got out of out of range regiment i ended up going back to minnesota which was a mistake i shouldn't have done that i started hanging out with i guess some of the guys that i shouldn't have been hanging out with so essentially for like the first three or four months after after i got back it was everything was pretty much slow i wasn't really doing anything i was looking for some sort of purpose and it was trying to convince my sister to file a lawsuit and when that lap that lawsuit started that's when i realized okay i have an opportunity here to start pushing for awareness in terms of foster children what we actually go through in the system and just to give back thing for people who haven't listened to the previous episode with you so this is a lawsuit against foster parents who you guys had some abusive the hands of.
"albers" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Suburb dot com on time on target a lot of people really liked the episode of albers back on episode three why so we're having him back on if you've never heard that was a really in depth discussion might be the wall sovereign brady we've ever done i feel like he got very in depth history but he added the other things he wanted to add so hear about that jacket the first thing off about would be syria i is obviously huge news and you know there's there's a wide range of opinion on out president act at not only how you acted but the way he acted there's republicans for example in congress saying you know no congressional authority the same type of stuff that obama was criticized for every other president yeah president clinton ordered air strikes against suspected alqaeda targets in wasn't sudan and also afghanistan george w bush certainly ordered attacks in places without congressional approval barack obama did so i mean trump is kind of continuing that trend it's another one of those things like everyone's hate trump wa okay cool man but i mean you can hate him if you want but i mean it's the same thing that every other president did which doesn't excuse it if you think it's constitutionally wrong i just say what's be consistent how we condemn our presidents and not just because he's this party or that party but wasn't an only think a week or two ago that he was saying we need to draw back in syria.
Matt Albers hangs on for first save, Brewers edge Cardinals
"Game in twelve today was atlanta over washington by a score of five to three milwaukee edge saint louis three two while san diego and colorado had a bench clearing brawl that featured five ejections after luis perdomo through behind nolan aeronautica the rockies went onto the six four win and it was san francisco foreign to arizona seven three cincinnati and philadelphia scoreless and right now top to its miami with a one nothing lead over the mets in a home run by miguel role haas final night of the nba's regular season win and in for the timber wolves and nuggets who will meet in minnesota and the sixers look for their sixteenth straight to end the season in lock up the three seed they will host the bucks i'm rich ackerman.
Georgia lawmakers plan school safety bill
"In roswell state lawmakers were work to come up with the school safety plan to protect georgia students from amass shooter both the house and senate want to form steady committees to look at school safety during the off session senator john albers is sponsoring the measure in the senate will be looking at what other states you're doing what other countries are doing what the best practices are an answer physical two personnel the committee will meet with students perrine school officials and experts he says the recommendations will be put into a bill introduced during next year session sandra parrish wsb two students wounded in the florida school shooting take the first steps to file suit they allege the broward county sheriff's office in school district failed to protect them education secretary betsy devos meets with students and parkland today but the press is not invited state house lawmakers today in florida follow the senate's lead and are expected to approve a bill that calls for a three day wait to buy firearm and raise the minimum age for a gun purchase to 21 the utah state bar emails a photo of a topless woman to every lawyer in the state it was included an invite the 2018 state bar convention how the communications director says he created the email but did not include the barechested woman a fullscale internal investigation is underway to determine if this was a hack or an inside job chasing the interview can be key to landing a new job survey by careerbuilder finds what happens of the interview can also kill a wouldbe ct employees chances athra caught fire during the inner ear arm acquainted asked the teeth the.
63-year-old critically injured after fight over handicap parking spot
"To pick a jury or a high profile fulton county murder trial the stumbling block for many potential text mcivor jurors is the word accidental as it pertains to the nse these shooting of diane mcivor probably thirty nine gerns call by accident the number of those who already have an opinion made judge robert mcburney wonder whether or not they can find a jury here and fulton county the still more than thirty have been okay to return for the second round of jury questioning at the fulton county courthouse for aunica waters wsb breaking news first hurst this is wsb 24hour continuing news favor lawmakers are working to come up with a plan to protect georgia students from a mass shooting like the one in parkland florida both the house and senate want to form steady committees to look at school safety during the off session senator john albers is sponsoring the measure in the senate will be looking at what other states are doing what other countries are doing what the best practices are and that's her physical personnel the committee will meet with students perrine school officials and experts he says the recommendations will be put into a bill and introduced ring next year session sandra parrish wsb barrel county deputies investigating a fight over a handicap sprays that leaves a man with a traumatic brain injury sixty three year old david pain and his wife parked outside fact cafe unwind her but the man our next to them thought their car was too close to his sheriff judge smith says pains wife and the man exchange words before pain stepped in this guy came towards hailed we're still trying to determine if it was opponents a a show of and mr playing falls back in his his head pains daughter tells channel 2 action news it's hard to be here being an altercation no charges have been filed pain is critical at an athens hospital authorities nabbed two major drug dealers pushing pain pills.
"albers" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Well in better brewers news mad albers is a member of the milwaukee brewers now in their ongoing bid to become i dunno the official team of effectively wild or something they have now added mad alpers on a two year contract they should add ride web former brewer rate ran web was a a brewer hopefully someone brings back rain webb who i believe had surgery late last summer but i'll be back in in pursuit of that elusive save anyway that concludes the beginning of this banter but uh police savior emails by the way about what would happen if my trout had to play on a trampoline permanently he would be dead so added that i chat of it might be the fess trampolinists out there given his other skills i don't know but the best trampolinists probably never gets on a trampoline thus the the best way that you can treat a trampoline th of celeiro the best offenses good defense yeah in better news than in morn beijing news chief wahoo has one more year left to live two thousand eighteen and then he will be done away with in two thousand nineteen at least in the in the way that were used to him i think i read some kind of klaus about how maybe you'll still be able to by chief wahoo in some part of ohio but not on the mlb dot com shop biggest for people who are so attached to that mascot but you know obviously i i think the the end has been coming for some time now that's been clear and it's nice that it is the official now it it would be nicer if it were in immediate implementation instead of you know were acknowledging that this of racist distasteful mascot will be no more but not until to us nineteen were salute of go through what worry year with with chief wahoo it i guess to try to be charitable here not that we really need to in this case it you know i i guess it would take some time to strip away.
"albers" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"He stabilizes our own economy in the time in for the time being they're not enough for the future my my issues now that it's a rhetoric issue but that's what i'm saying rhetoric a not the only thing a president could really do in the span of four years considering he has a resistance on the hill the only thing he could really do is just signed into legislation and move money around yet but this is my issue the president is a figurehead so what he's going to say is going to resonate and it's the same way as people criticise barack obama what i'm talking to finish this people criticise barack obama for not using the words islamic terrorism mixed while yet all what it is so on the same on the same level with this current president why keisei climate change the real issue it's happening and maybe you of a different stance on how to i agree with that that's agrimining and our biggest problem with this guy is you know since day one is his speeches his rhetoric colourings like you see it like i dole totally write it off i completely get why people were mad at barack obama women dollar son situation happening he called workplace violence is that a change in policy no but his rhetoric matters and the president's rhetoric matters so no matter i'm a changements terrorism i don't care you know so i yes i thought that was an interesting one i this is going to be a short in trouble we do of emails to get to we do of news to get too but first let's get to curtis albers so joining us for the first time on soffer radio curtis albers which was suggested to me by luc ryan and if you're a reader the site you may have seen luke's article about carter curtis which called the american dream in a foster kid turned ranger it's a really fascinating article i mean it's short but that's why it's called it will be able to go more indepth and and get to hear your whole story on pershing i was wondering luke is a fellow army ranger now copy editor and a writer on the site did you serve with luke.
"albers" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Mean they have to stay within that you know area that field branch i'll do other things and jackets super intellectual dude man i get it yeah i agree liked harry shepherd has done so much tv and some people know terry schapper more from shark week than being special forces and you know and expand yeah all right so we've curtis albers coming on i really awesome article written by about him by luc ryan so mix cited to get into that we have some emails were getting new to in a little bit saucy we can get you we don't get you will do an outreau but i every now and again i'll mention like a quick correct sheen or someone who takes issue with something that we said that type thing and i would calm and especially with me because he knows and downs i dunno it happens to so i remember you've mentioned it a couple of times in the show the whole fossil fuels thing and i remember saying to you of like i don't know enough about this but i'm not sure if you're completely correct maybe so michelle be who actually comments on a lot of articles on software app dot com wrote a comment and to be honest i think that's a long comment she seems to know this subject way better than both days later that day so just judging by reading this she seems to know are fit or hide so angry school in us do this all right so sounds like an excellent book which he's talking about scott you since is the art it be episode you mentioned on that's one of my favorite things about this site it is the interviews you guys do that let us know some of the background of so many interesting authors their books jason unfortunately oil is in a renewable resource on human timescale yet yes it is continue will be continually being made but it takes a few hundred thousand years to bake under ideal conditions and most of the really good stuff comes from the cree cretaceous oakland san that right i think post drastic park around one hundred eighty million years ago back when the temperatures were under four degrees celsius warmer or four degrees celsius warmer and there were plenty there was plenty of co two in the atmosphere.
"albers" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Look at your problems recommend solutions and anything we recommend we can execute little all right and we're you from originally alberta's pennsylvania and tells little bit about what was going on in your child's would give us any indicator of what you're doing nowadays sure so my mom loves to tell the story that when i was six months old i was starting to walk and i've always known where i wanted to go i'm always had a kind of a vision in my head and that's what i like about marketing is making that vision reality comey more about that what are you talking about kosovo albers pennsylvania is in the middle of nowhere and it still is those got a dirt road so i always knew i wanted to go do something get out go do something different than what i was doing um and so i read a lot because there was no internet back then there was no we didn't have cable any of that i always wanted to kinda take those ideas and make them real so that's what marketing is to you it's basically coming up with ideas with your clients and then helping them produce results exactly marketing is kind of solving the challenge of why would people care about this and on that's really takes division and it takes a lot of you know creating something out of nothing how many brothers and sisters do you have a one younger brother still gifted to allow a convincing when you were a kid i did a lot punching okay well it's different than the convincing two years so you really enjoy you really appreciate that marketing is really getting everybody involved getting everybody engage you understand the word engagement villager i would say so i mean especially today arm there's so much out there that people you aren't grabbing people right off the bat i.
"albers" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis
"Gene airing that resided that was because i was trying to look for a balance between as something that was engineering and also something closely related to business that you i wanted to be in business capacity after going to school but i also barred engineering degree i'm an so that was great i i did that and i had an internship in in consulting my junior summer our working at albers of marhsall and i was doing the restructuring for leman brothers so that was a really exciting time to kind of move into finance and kinda see what was happening in like two thousand eighteen thousand nine and after that i think i was drawn a little bit more towards the the finance side of things and was looking to work in investment banking i'm just coming from georgia tech traditional engineering school is all the more difficult to recruit into investment banking so had to leverage my network as much as possible and ended up getting a job at a houlihan lokey and was there for about a year and before after that i moved to jeffries and was working in the jeffries emanate group ended up for about a year and after i was there for a year so i i decided that you know i done my two years i wanted to move on i was trying to look for jobs either in kobe development or i was looking at private equity and ultimately what i realize was that i really liked finance but i wanted to move back into an industry where i was really passionate about the product and so that to me was media add something that i grew up with as a kid in middle school and high school student of tv productions and so i wanted to move back into the media world in so i ended up getting a job at viacom specifically a nickelodeon so is doing strategy and business development nickelodeon for a couple of years and eventually got promoted moved into their digital publishing team and that was a team that was working on trading apps that nickelodeon trading games i'm doing a lot of our digital distribution working with apple google amazon all that kind of stuff so i did that for about another year and then i went back to business school in the primary reason i went to business school was because i wanted to.
"albers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The game they finish off an undefeated season and he was lou he literally was the nebraska coach like four minutes later i got off the field and he was on a plane the lincoln that was a little weird after that great so he's not going coasts have ball game against oliver fired ben say yesterday he was going to try to judge to i mean ben earlier with you save he was going to try to juggle it i'm going to look at that now are usually when you go take a new job i somebody else coaches the bogeyed you're done with that school i got to see what's going on with that so austin rivers find 25000 were the albers and a fan against the jazz aaron i light up that fan in the front row yeah i saw that you know woods all these guys in the nba there are there are attitudes in their behaviors guncrazy again yet livingston gets his spreading forget who found the rough rough got to spend it as well for kind of you know being part of the instigation of it k d in bougie got thrown out of a game against night for them finding like guys are getting tossed leptin micheals getting filing suspended these guys need to get their attitudes and czech frost is going to coach a game reserve against armor shine jeffrey egos a four year contract extension aaron rogers allegedly well return week fifteen against the panthers jiting to handle their business against the browns this wake green bay i hope so today this could be a good spot for the browns to win a game right is that we're here is going to win that she planned to stick with alec smith for the rest of the season can may turn it around six him savon will they beat the raiders then mike is a raise of justice batted this one i mean they be the judge essay but that's like beating a little sister but they get top athletes even had.
"albers" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Trying to build toward a future where you can have the ultimate success and championship win that finally becomes reasonable and i thought meal ochej gm of the trailblazers was was really candid about it really really canada neil shaon balancing when in albers building for the future but we were incredibly lucky to have paul allen uh you he you know he had incredible success up here uh you'll but he loves young players and he loves you know i mean i imagine him he was a visionary when it came to technology right so you're eight everything that he does he's got a visionary approach to it so he loves young players he loves things you know the unknown he loves the future and but he's also a great owner in that he understands it's not going to happen all at once so you know we've still got the thirdyoungest team in the nba even though we've been to the playoffs in four consecutive years we were the youngest team in the playoffs last year and what are the youngest team in the second round the year before that so i think on one hand we're not asking the fan fit through abject failure in the hopes of right falling backward into a topthree pick but we're trying to win we're trying to be competitive while understanding we need to build longterm because as you said there is a realistic time line when it comes to the western conference the you know the unprecedented job that you know bob myers and joe lake a and those guys have gone up in golden state has certainly rave the bar for everyone but i think it's also tempered expectations not from of a competitive standpoint because every wants to compete against them and everybody when you walk into the jim you think you have a chance to win a game but more about taking a longer lens too how do we build this roster where it's going to be sustainable and we can compete on a longterm basis because i don't know that there's a team in the west or in the.
"albers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A federal appear appeals court today cleared the way for the nfl to impose such a came suspension of dallas cowboys running back ezekiel elliott the league says the suspension begins immediately elliott's attorneys saying exploring all legal options further appeals are possible cowboys are on a by this week week six underway the thursday night game in charlotte pera foreign one teams are battling carolinas' got the lead ten three over the eagles seven minutes to go before the half cam newton with a sixteen yard touchdown run a l c ash begins tomorrow in houston yankees of name masahiro tanaka their game one starter opposite the astros dallas heikal espn radio's coverage of game 1 begins tomorrow at 700 eastern time last division series game game 5 in washington to the fourth inning take it back to national smart with jessica mendoza your stay fleming thanks very much ad though we have our answer bad albers is ended his game at the ford that a geo get solace just frankly was not sharp he was given a four one lead at a gate to back into third inning walk two gave up a leadoff double and so he is out of the game after three innings as the starter the national still have the lead bad albers who did a great job this year for the bats in a very ah interchangeable role in their natural bullpen he pitched in short relief long relief late in the game middle part of the game pitching here the fourth against the eight i once squads for the cubs happier or by is is the batter's box that he takes ball one from albers i'll hendricks does have a bad he's in the ondeck circle we'll see albers at a one six two earnedrun average you'd sixty three.
"albers" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Albers ready and delivered business is down at away nick young all the young while they're called bit all of the 100 in for a strike paul's on deck will stewart a game last year in seattle i called safeco field safeco park the really don't why did it going to happens one one infrastructure i know you to her i need a drinks the high great review this want to strikeouts it agrout albers sats chastise iraq's rocks of fire that's low to tuna sure is your tonight about as dominant as we've seen him seven shutout innings with dozen strikeouts not were big linked to to ottowa at its push fell back to the rank.
"albers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Panic it's his leap from i the pitch lohan outside twoball all strikes back pain and good max you tomorrow night and the judge will be done here at home in the road they go to philadelphia for the weekend and then monday they'll start a fourgame series in milwaukee humbly swings and missile strike three and he went to the inside with that fast ball power was up two zero that was a nasty pick hutu strikes caterpillar which would like to be able to make a to seen fastball it is running in and i think down at the same time had sinking action to it and it ended up out of the strike zone so here is kelly's day righthanded batter it takes a called strike any outside he stands way off the plate the the kansas city organization he hit to eighty seven for sacramento this year had the eleven steals chance like his speed is i really been hitting well lately now the pitch in the dirt outside grabbed on a balanced by leaders with a backhand move and then came under this role should panic had been taking liberties diversity was not and a new baseball sent out to albers the nationals bullpen house heating up in earnest the lefthander oliver perez and the righthander sean kelly both warming up out there panic at first to down sixty three the giants trail anna fastballs lohan outside brought to that's the twentieth pitch thrown in this any by albers in the national defenders other than zimmerman is taken a couple of pickoffs rose i they've all been standing around watching and listening on a cool night here's the pitch low an outside wall three albers destroying two leaders and nobody's put a ball in play in this sitting there been to strike strikeouts plus a walk this next pitcher be the of the inning and all of those defenders have been just standing and watching zimmerman on the bag with panic the pitch in their strike to golf the least they got his first major league yet leading off the first inning then he got a run doubled his first major league rbis and his first major league exgratia in the second since that he grabbed a second had been called out on strike it's three to cat there goes panic the pitch swung honesty struck it out from that fast won't down an end and that inslee in.