18 Burst results for "Albertine"
"albertine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Spin off its consumer health units in July Don't forget that glaxo is also facing pressure from activist investor and investor Elliot investment management which has said the separation will strengthen this positive both companies So she's really going out there and making moves and bolstering the pipeline of assets and all in the light of the need that these companies have to continue producing new drugs to stay afloat Let's put it this way So it's not yeah Yeah thanks very much Thanks for the update Thanks albertine It's also joining us with the latest on the individual stocks we're watching Let us get a broader update on some of the UK and also global news flow his Bloomberg games Anna good morning and thank you here in the UK please say they are assessing significant amounts of material as a continued to look into lockdown parties at darling street and Whitehall Yesterday Boris Johnson was fined for breaking COVID laws as was his wife Carrie Johnson and the Chancellor Rishi sunak all three say they had since paid the fixed penalty notices that prime minister has apologized and insists he wants to move on It did not occur to me that this might have been a breach of the rules But of course the police have found otherwise and I fully respect the outcome of their investigation I've paid the fine and I once again offer a full apology It's my job to get on and deliver for the people in this country and that's what I'm going to do Meanwhile Boris Johnson and Rishi sunak have pledged to stay in post despite those fines Staying here in the UK inflation hit a new 30 year high with consumer prices rising 7% in the year to march It's leaped up from 6.2% a month earlier and reflects the impact of the war Ukraine for the first time The Office for national statistics says rising in household energy and fuel costs were the biggest drivers Turning to the situation in Ukraine and president Joe Biden for the first time accused Russia of committing genocide significantly escalating his condemnation of president Vladimir Putin's invasion Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has all the details This is the first clear declaration without equivocation.
"albertine" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"Brian's gonna build the motor during you know and then we're going. You and brian are going to. You're going to do the chassis. And then brian is gonna put the the motor in the chassis. And it's going to spend your graphics. See i thought i was just gonna ask you about thought. It got one back to the factory. Yamaha truck each week but no it didn't know no i did. I never got to keep it at the races. We worked out of the god boys and truck. Yeah boys with graphics on. That's a pretty good. That's a pretty good deal by those guys. Pretty nice steel to do that absolutely. But i think they also knew that john had been together. Didn't want all of a sudden. Have brian in lunacy. Balloonist and loomis doesn't strike music. I that work really well with doughty now. I mean i'll be one hundred percent hacienda. Brian was actually pretty cool to to both of us. A couple of things here and there like i sprayed. Wd forty on foot peg hinges one fire springs at one did need yelled at me in front raised in front of everybody. And i'm like really did like wasn't gonna do the way you guys change amount every race. Anyway i stray. Wd forty my foot pittsburgh's mojo entire mechanical career. Yeah easy spray. Wd forty on my hands. Just so i can stay lucian. Yes but he was he was. He was fairly nice that john. But i'll be honest with you. I feel like brian was Was in thrilled about it. Because jon didn't come with the big flare. Big name and johnson johnson and damon bradshaw stuff. So now he's got this. John dowd guy. You know whatever well. There's a famous story. That kudelski tells that in eighty nine. They hired kudelski three digit guy. Seven sixty two you know. And and loomis they told lunacy to put some phone numbers on the bike for the photo shoot. And if you see the photo shoot. The numbers are all crooked. And he's like yeah because luna's was so pissed off that he had to put numbers on for an area code guy and i'm like honda. These these numbers look like they put on by six year old like go look at the seven hundred promotional stuff for kentucky's thing it's hilarious so lunacy luna's right so i guess you understand where i'm coming from with that. Then you just never really yeah. And he's probably looking at you and john and just a bunch of hillbillies and yeah exactly right so i'm sure. I got some cracks sean. Halfway through the days. I'm sweating all over the place. You'd probably like bats second win millville like no mud race. No nothing you win millville. I was there that day. Yeah well so we go into the we act at. Gp that year buds creek. Okay and i again. I know he got fourth overall. They're not sure exactly on the motos but you know again we're talking. Gp's back then where we had you know. Emig was the thing albertine stefan. I mean there was like seriously ten or twelve really really good at least and he got fourth and i was like i think he got fourth overall. I remember right or something like that. But you know it's like holy crap like option you know again. There was no talk. That had already told john this one year deal. You're too old word. We're we're starting to look for younger. Riders we're good. Don't worry about it. Just go enjoy yourself like literally. That's macari mccarty said that butler or somebody like that right now. Butler was was mechanical true..
"albertine" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"One thousand nine thirty seconds so this is something that they have to feel better about. Yes they nadia. Hairs is coming in hopefully now that s that play active element to the steelers. Offense has been non-existent over the last three years so banking get that help out there with the solid receiving core that he has out there and that takes the pressure off you know. How good can they be. This year can they. Can they can win the division or will they be in that third fourth spot. This is the first time in my twenty years of being around his organization that you can honestly say that. They're not the favorite in this division. You have cleveland yes. They beat them in the playoff round last year. Baltimore steel there but there are questions on the offense align with this team. They have five new players in every position at this point. That banner is the only one coming back. He started right tackle last year. He got hurt in the first four when he pours. Acl now he's moving to the left tackle position in now. Everybody else front. They just haven't been able to jail at this training camp. This offensive line has not had five guys consistently lining up in practice and here. We are almost three weeks to the today that these guys have to turn around and lying up and get ready for buffalo in week one so i'm concerned about that. I just don't know what we have an even in this game tonight. They won't have their fath- salaam and if they think is going to start in this particular Season opener on bass my biggest concern to the season batch how how important is just preseason training camp for the wayne haskins who came over and free agency once he was released from the washington football team last year. This is really important and you know he was. You know young immature down in washington. That's why he was released. And of course this league will humble you at some point in the manner at the way it has asked him was released and now areas with a fresh start stable organization. Mike tomlin believes in what he's capable of doing and he's had a strong and one advantage to him. They have a new office before nader amac canada's essentially everybody starting over from scratch with him. Having that element being able to learn in an ivory thing can unfolds. You'll have an opportunity to weisman rothlisberger figure out this. Run this offense and if he can do that that continues to gain a competence for him but he has to get better and he understand pressure is not there but when you watch him as a first round pick he's like man. I know able of going out there. Playing he showed it in the first preseason game against dallas. He's showing in in training camp. Thus far so i'm excited to see what he's capable of doing. Charlie us right now and the goodyear hotline spent ten years with the steelers quarterback when some super bowl certainly as well And and you'll be doing the game tonight. Tv analysts for the steelers on the game tonight battle of pennsylvania. The eagles and the steelers can we did mention. Jalen hurts as we're watching. Obviously all the quarterbacks here in the preseason something key and i've been talking about with jalen hurts is the fact that last year. He got the job on a sense. That doug peterson was trying to hold up as long as he could. With carson wentz and it just got to a point where they had to make the move and it felt like he earned the job because he wasn't carson wentz is he still have to prove himself. Do you think as the for the eagles to be their quarterback. Qb one not just a week one because that's who they have right now but for the long-term brooms of philadelphia's a tough city. It'd be a quarterback in in the way that he was able to get the job last year and now you have a new regime quite frankly coming in. They didn't draft him so they wanna seek them. Now take that next step. But how does that look. How can you convince everybody. Because they're still rumblings about them possibly bringing another quarterback to now run this philadelphia's team so he has a lot to prove to himself but to his organization to the fan base that he's capable of running this organization running this team to getting back to championship albertine like they was worse. So hopefully doesn't allow that pressure to county seat inside. He just go out there and plays his game. Oc he's able to take that next step from year one to too because if he doesn't you're not league as he they will now look to move on in a draft to get somebody to get some young talent in here run his franchise absolutely tonight's game. You're calling which young player are you looking forward to seeing the most as i go back out her. I want to see them. Bush i mean bush has two years ago. He was the first round pick. He's tours. acl in the middle of last year. Even playing with a little hesitancy but that comes with insults coming off of it injury but he's always played with speed so he he's that key in that middle of defense. They lost vince williams to retirement right at the eva training. Kim is the leader in that lack of group. I want to see him get going playing with a lot more confidence and then let that defense feet up the energy that he brings to them. What was preseason like for you. What was games for you. Everybody handles them. Differently are as different attitudes about the preseason said. They're the games might not matter but they do matter to each individual. Some guys who are trying to make the team for you. What was preseason. Would you have a good story about a preseason experience. Well early on. Baccarat our the starter. But as i got the pittsburgh i was relegated to the backup role for delegated to the backup role. So of course the a lot more. Because i wasn't gonna play in the regular season like i was accustomed to playing. So when you're out there with guys that you know that may not necessarily be here at the start of the regular season you have to get those guys motivated. Get them playing and see if you've been now lead drives consistently down here because you know those guys who are playing. The starters are watching you and knowing that if you can step into that huddle get the job done. That's where you read the confidence. Not only the players do the coaching staff. But i think for me. It was more or less. I got a chance to learn. Who the carolina panthers wasn't at four preseason game because the steelers played the panthers every year in the last preseason game became very familiar with them. Because i had my job in that game. So trust me yeah. It doesn't mean a lot when you're young player and you're a star but when you're kind of fighting for that roster spot man that preseason game it means a whole heck of a lot because you have a lot to prove. There's no doubt about charlie great to talk to you. Thanks for joining us. Enjoy the game tonight. All right i appreciate it. Thanks for having me charlie batch. Again he'll have the game. The.
"albertine" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Fm to get started all my god. We have another person in here. Welcome to the game tadpole with chase and paschel guests. Albertine was actually did. Because i was like by the way. We're a bunch of weirdos. Hopefully you can deal with us. Yeah nuts it's okay. It's okay even if this is the last time that this will make it the best your experiencing. That's because we we made it happen. That's all well What we will be making happen. Atlas this show is nothing but gaming the apps so this week well actually. This is the release of mario in his golfing super She is alive mushrooms right now. He's destroying things and now the game is now. People have feelings about ideal. I'll be. I don't know if you're switch game. I'd only occasionally when. Like when i when i meet somebody that has one in like hey to check it out arca. Then have you played this The new the new ones super mario. Oh i senior played. I have not played it yet but when i saw i i will. I will be the one to educate you bill. Those i did play it. In fact i i i bought a i on digital download and see at so may brother has switch to but since i had on digital download by i was like man you know either i have him take my switch and then hired in his room every night so i have to go in and look for it or get him his own version so that way. We're all happy. And that's why. I ended up doing so i paid a hundred and twenty dollars for meyer gulf super arash and he did in verse me so it wasn't like a full hundred twenty but i did nevertheless i did pay full price and then some pay full price but we'll be talked about because it was a rookie..
"albertine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The blues are alive and well over there, right? Oh, yeah. Blues is alive and well, And I cannot. You know, the Middle East is a good face for blues and and and to write loose. I mean, a lot off. American president knows that you can get abusive. Maybe leave also, this in a good way. That it is I love so I'm a big fan of your work. I love super Groove you got you got Joe Louis Walker on that allies in Neil's Roy Young and some of the some of these songs are originals that you wrote, and some of them are covers from songs that just have been out there for a while broke. For example, you want ELISA teamed up to do the Joe Louis song. Lou's got Blues of the month club. So I mean, it's there. Yeah, I love that song. I thank her for mentioning that at me and Joe, go way back. I've been very busy for the past 10 12 years, bringing Lot off coming to best blues artist that America has 2% to Israel to widen the audience. You grew up in Israel when you were a kid kids your age. Did they listen to the blues? Or were you listening to the pop music that was out there or what we listening to? My my past. They're always into Jazz. Joining cash him. Reeves my father be found. Jim Reeves tried to think like him, but but he succeeded on for the weekend. I'll get my weekly allowance. My father was playing at the time Classic music and I have to name the pieces and the composer's with maybe off course not wanting to deal with crack news whatsoever and pushed me in the direction of the blues. But I want my weekly allowance. That's all I have to study that. But, uh, in terms of music, I, too need through American radio stations. Onders earlier, 12 And I got hooked on the blues. I heard the blues hearing John Lee Hooker Hendricks Albertine 30 King that made me pick up the six string And a friend of mine. Taught me the basic chords on Dad. I learned by myself never took a lesson or I don't read music. I'm not proud of that. I'd probably break all the rules. There are music, but it works for me. And unfortunately I have very Professional guys in the band particular the horn section. That's life things on everything, but he's stable. Children charged. I wouldn't have a plea was going on. You know, I guess stuff too. Showed him musically. What I want him to play. You would never know that listening to the album. Tell me a little bit about the lead cut, Super groove, You name the album After that, That's all you there no vocals. It's just you Shredding a guitar. What's that all about? What's that song about? How did you come up with it? Super Group? That's great, um, that riff What's in my system? On inspiration for that I would go back to 19 sixties 61. Looking.
"albertine" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The reality of the extensive extension. Is still to be determined in whatever or maybe never in human time scales. What do you do? So such a herring after the Serengeti areas were cities are encroaching and important landscapes. The Amazon No. We've already just foiled our North American. Region so fantastically and so it's hard for us to cite. You should do this, but You got. Let's talk about the Amazon. You get had some time on the ground in Brazil. We do have both an arrow to power down, which is changed. Some dynamics is just sort of like saying The Amazons. Not Bernie. As much as it did in 1990 days is not the end point. So what do we do now? What's the role of Trade policy. What's the role of remote sensing? What's the role of empowering the indigenous communities? Right? Yeah, well, I mean, I think the first thing I'm trying to do in both the Amazon and then, of course, the other place That's not a lot of time is the Albertine rift, which is where the mountain gorillas ours. Freebie Homo SAPIENs of evolves both a very special places in the book, and they run through the book. The first thing I'm just trying to do is to show that the degradation, the degradation of natural environments and the killing of species and the rest of extinction are not being carried out by evil people who hate nature. It's often being carried out by people that are desperately poor poor in ways that The young people who are alarmed by polar bears and plastic straws have no understanding of and you I know, understand it cause you go to those places, So the first thing I wanted to apply, this number is to bring My kids and kids. My daughter's age. 14 15 16 wonder, writing really simple stories, characters and show what their struggles are. And so you see in the Amazon chapter. I just object to this kind of elitist, literally looking down, flying over the Amazon condemning the people on the ground. What they're doing these air desperately poor people. I lived in communities of former slaves or I'm sorry. The Children of former slaves the grant of the descendants of former slaves in Brazil. Point out that, Yeah, I mean, there's there's certainly we would all like this all else being equal. We would like the Amazon forest to be intact. You know all those speed equal. I don't want any temperature change on Earth. We've adapted to this temperature but also is not equal. You know, there's still two billion really poor people. So that's the first thing the second thing I think it's so important. Had my my main character on the Amazon who now regrets having spoken to me because he spoke so freely, and I know you know him very well too. Damn, That's sad. He spoke so freely with me because he was upset as I was by the media coverage, saying it's the ones of the world He revealed. This important thing, which is that in demanding small is beautiful conservation measures. Greenpeace forced the fragmentation of parts of the Amazon forest that should never have occurred. So what we know is that if you want if you want to produce more food on less land, you need to concentrate agricultural production. You need to intensify it. Well, that should happen in the Savannah region, which is none of this had had, which is in this southern south of the Amazon forest. It's actually much more productive for agriculture. It's less file diverse, fewer college. Just think that it's the same as the Amazon for us that would then allow you to protect more of the Amazon. But Greenpeace insisted The farmers maintain half of their land in forest isn't creating these forest islands that make it more difficult for apex predators like the cats to move between them. I think that was a very, very important finding. Now, if I could skip if I go over to the Albertine rift in Africa might be some of the heroes of that chapter. We're also conservation scientists who have been working with oil companies. To develop oil safely in national parks, so that could be used as a substitute for would fuel would fuel is the worst fuel. It's the fuel that disrupts for us life. It Z Americans. We tend to pay attention to the millions of you who die from breathing toxic smoke, but the people that used to feel what they complained about the time it takes Of course, the impact on forest is devastating to have hundreds of thousands of people going through the forest, eating wild animals and using the wood Michael Shellenberger Subtitles whose book why environmental alarmism hurts us all. So in both cases, I do think I'm arguing for a moderate view. Which is to intensify our culture in the savannas of the Brazil and Tol allow some some extractive industry, particularly for petroleum in the Albertine rift so that people can be liberated from what his fuel Now I wrote the book, in part because if I just want to say on CNN or MSNBC, I think there should be oil drilling. In for a room. The National park I would be. I mean, I would be crucified for that. But once you read this book, I think it's very hard to read Chapter four, which is the chapter about species extinction and leave that chapter and think. That somehow that it's wrong. How could it be wrong? I mean, I knew that l the Americans and Europeans that are there flew there on jet planes and enjoy a petroleum. Howard lifestyle so and in the idea that petroleum drilling even in the Amazon, or that in these parks is worse than would fuel is also wrong would feel is just massively worse for the natural environment and getting some oil out of the ground. So I think in in in sort of making that moderate case that's what I'm arguing from are arguing that there is a way to balance development and conservation. But we do need to have some appreciation of the importance of moving up the energy ladder and of the importance of growing more food unless lancer concentrated agriculture Yeah, I did a lot of reporting on cooking fuel A couple of years ago when I was at Propublica, and it was there, the issue was antipathy. In a lot of European thunders to supporting projects without being natural gas. Propane LPG, which is a side project after gas production and The is levels of hypocrisy. Here's that are unbelievable, normally has a oil for development programs that they fund to help countries and my Ghana. What about their A levels more practically, and so they won't spend money. You helped bring LPG two communities. They're stuck burning wood, and I said, I'm with you on these levels of democracy. And double speak and clashing agendas. It's around us in many different dimensions. Let's go. I want to talk briefly about population. And growth. No, the white this 10 years ago, I wrote a piece of my daughter's blocked at the times, actually, 12 years ago, drawing on a demographer just if Sami's working on Jesse L. Suppose, work and It's just, he noted that the old model the population bomb is we both know who's total physical. But I called it a population.
"albertine" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Cos. Actually, he's stuck in the studio is a bit of attention. Stupid that we develop the Broncos studio wrote about it must get the Mustang school just because All right. Well now, one important question that I know is on everybody's mind, Paul, since you've lived on both sides of the pond, which is better warm or cold beer. Hey, speaks the truth. He speaks the truth. If I could have Kobe and curvy roads and happy, But they asses long as you get to drive on him with a Bronco cannot quick, quick question. Cool. I'm grieving. But don't mind me asking this. And you have to fight your corner in anyway, We came up with a particular O'Brien look of steel of a particular aspect ofthe Bronco. Any resistance came from elsewhere. Unfold when you presented your renderings direction, but we've opened through going Yeah, And so they should be. Well, you know, the conscious passion business cripple Albertine about what they're doing So many given moment if you've not just We're not trying again. What's giving them food? Something new. I'm not made an undefined space not made of opinions about what that space might be A part of that means, but it also could be the point. So you should stop pushing pool on debate. That's really good. Ailments of the vehicle that albeit news. We're doing things a bit differently. I guess between differently for things that you're different from him through the hole, and that means the world weakens without innovation and invention. He's actually a bit scary. Um, you know, there's nothing to cut. Ma'am, There's no precedent. And have him tow with you. Your judgment annual Um, school's compared to some that sample from somewhere else that puts people in a slightly less secure space when it comes to head of development. And confidence. Everybody on every moment every day, I got that kind of conferences of attention in the system not only to To drive off those to the best execution on the most ambitious education is also support Anybody having one of those moments. You know what? I'm not sure. What's your line of questioning is gonna work out. Man. There's a lot of human source in the project. Um not a lot of ambition as well. So I'm sure that in question, but yes, certainly very little point in the future. Get out. The next level, but I'm sure the competitive spirit of all the take it A gentleman. Thank you for this very enlightening conversation. Paul, It seems to me that you've done exceptional job here. You end your team. I know it's not a one man. One man job. How many people on your team? Very simple if you understand the point of projects Just doing a runner. They're just a small slice of a much greater people contributed to making these vehicles..
"albertine" Discussed on WTOP
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"albertine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"More often doing that than being myself and then going into two American I I kind of I hated the facade on Also, I was panics because Improvising in an American accent, but it would buy usually ascend the lines. You learn the lines at the same time you practiced, you know. A dialect. So you have a fair shot at it. When you're improvising in a dialect in an already very heightened situation, tens heightened situation. I was just that more prone to making a mistake. And then you know those moments, you can see it on their faces like way. Is this kid meant to be from a ways he from Yeah, I seen gave that up. Because I couldn't. I couldn't deal with it. It was the pressure always got to me. So you you went to drama school? At the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. So did you have to learn an English accent, which is different than a Welsh accent. I did You know, one of one of the big things they they kind of pushed that as they pushed on us, But one of the things that we were taught a lot was this dialect which they refer to his received pronunciation RP. Which to me? Sounds like a very posh English accent. It was the it was the accent of Monied English. Andi. It's strange because the sight of the psychology behind it for me was a great struggle. You know, I I think one of things certainly have to me in my accent work is that I have two very musical. Parents and music was always a big part of our household. S o to me. Accent work is kind of like music. You're replicating sounds that you can you can hear. And this English accent. To me psychologically is represented something off something we were always opposed to growing up. You know, it was always the the voice off the conservative party. The stories, you know? The ruling classes of England. It was always a sound the associated with someone I didn't like so to mimic that it's one of the accident that I've always struggled most with Do you feel better about an American accent? I do. I have to say it. For some reason. It has no Psychological Hold on me the American accent to me. It's still It was always the accent. That was exciting. It was exotic. It was, you know, it was Bo Got. It was John Wayne. It was With all the movies I watched so I still catch myself when I'm doing an American accent. You know, I have that feeling that I'm just Impersonating. Actors like I did as a boy, You know when you'd be alone in your room Trying to be out, Albertine. Oh, you know anyone anyone like that? So it's still it's still has this wonderment to me. Let's talk about the Americans. And this is the role that really made you famous in the U. S. It starts off in 1981. Ronald Reagan has just been elected president and you play Philip in your wife, Elizabeth. You're both Russian spies living in a suburb of Washington, DC They've lived together 15 years as man and wife. They have two kids. And this is AH, like a marriage range for them as spies. It's not supposed to be a really marriage. It's a It's a marriage as part of their cover, and they've just found out that their new neighbor Stan Beeman, works for the FBI. So your character, Philip thinks that the U. S is on to the fact that you're spies, but your wife, Elizabeth thinks that this is just a coincidence. And in the senior in the garage with your wife talking about your new neighbor. And in the trunk of your car is a KGB operative named Tim, a chef who You've captured on orders from the KGB because he defected to the US And your wife is played by Carrie Russell, who is now your life partner in real life. So here's the scene. You speak first. Look, Maybe this is Opportunity. Maybe this is the perfect time for us just to think about living life We've been living but just really Living it just Seeing us Are you talking about? I'm saying we might be blown. I'm also saying we are Philip and Elizabeth Jennings. We have been for a very long time. So why don't we get Ahead of this. Why don't we make the first move? And offer ourselves to them. We could get a lot of money. Three million For Tim, Chef. Three million for us. We just Get relocated. Take the good life and.
"albertine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A guy who's your doctor catch monster in college and last year Albertine accurate after the catch the second mortar Sivers and Brenda your adverts ten point nine yards after the catch herself to last year which was ridiculous you know deeply through a lot of water your screen doctor tried on NPR's and point your cats a wide receiver screen so we definitely a guy who never got tremendous wingspan for someone sixty tall your huge catch radius extremely dangerous with the Palestinians and we have tried to return to what they want to use America he averaged three yards per kickoff return last year and sixteen your coupon return last season so tell me a little bit deeper whatever sparked his ability to create stuff after the catch again and they were quite talkative on Jennings played about another guys retainer socks the cat to the wall then you put that in there like you said this one was impressive to me of your numbers under one Jennings their final pick thirty missed tackles forced that led all wide receivers in the country CD lamb whose great after the catch we talk about a lot of him he gave he goes to Dallas but B. as a potential pick the format for the draft he had twenty six so this got me run what a four seven two but but he's big with this with the bonus chance yeah he's gonna be a peacemaker cleaned out after the catch you know and you know during the Clinton thirteen I don't like celebrity on her last year we gave it really be receiver ran pretty much primarily all this possible what do you call it so we'll see I truly cannot wait to get another guy that can be tough to bring down after the catch in PSL with it's entertaining we had him actually I never sent me a pic for which will translate to a program textile are which ones aren't our cross breeding quite that would definitely get all your tech very cool Jeff great stuff and we always enjoy your work thank you so much for your time and all you guys over there you guys just busted so we really appreciate it thanks no probably time guys thanks to healthy brother also got some notes he had two Charlie Woerner the tide and that a Georgia more of a blocking type and of course you know you they need to block in the last toward low so he's got some numbers on him and then the kids it's R. F. maybe our favorite guy all right neck click events yes the the red massive last I've watched all these guys Jennings the one thing he does is just block in the run game yeah I mean if you want to run a charge you know crunch your crack haven't come down in motion he will lay you out an H. six three to fifteen thank you could be a red zone guy I don't know where he's going to be this year but I think it's wrong on the pack a practice squad John yeah I can make the roster news made rosters this year but I think as far as just being on the practice squad on the scout team to get your ready for G. K. Metcalf this guy John Jennings.
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"albertine" Discussed on Science Friday
"Having webbed arms or slash tentacles fornse onto owns in. They shoot viscous fluid instead of ink in the have some bioluminescence parts on their head crate, my neck. My next guest is also. Oh, a big fan, she's looking at the genomes of these alien like creatures. She started with the California to spotted octopus in two thousand fifteen and is continuing to look for patterns in the genes of cephalopods that might explain both their weirdness and their success in surviving their ocean habitats tactic carry Albertine, a fillet cephalopod researcher at the marine biological lab in woods hole. Welcome to science Friday. Thanks so much IRA, happy to be here. Nice to have you starting with that. I post genome, back in two thousand fifteen. What are we finding out about cephalopods from their DNA? Well, we've uncovered all sorts of things that we didn't expect to find. So genome contains all of the information you need to make an animal, and before we'd been looking for genes that we knew to look for genes that are available and other animal genomes, and by sequencing the genome of an octopus. We could find out not only. What genes they had that were in common with flies and mice and us? But also what genes they have that are completely unique to them? And so that's uncomfortable a whole realms of new biology that we didn't even know to look for before we seek with. No, we, we know how smart there, especially the octopus. Is there anything in their jeans that explains their intelligence or the really complex nervous system? Yet, you know, we went in kind of expecting to find a whole bunch of different kinds of genes in there. And one of the really surprising things we found when we looked in the genome of octopus by Mackey D's is they had a family of genes, these are called protocol hearings, and these are genes that help sell stick together and they're only found up until then they'd only been found in animals, like us with a backbone and they are important in wiring. Big complicated nervous systems like our nervous systems. And so we were really surprised to find them in the octopus genome, because they're not available in the. The normal model organisms that people study like fruit flies, or nematodes, that don't have backbones. And so this was a complete and utter surprise. The, the octopus a good area for research them to learn about Louis. Absolutely. What else can I fill us in on what else exciting discoveries you've made about? Well, you know, so one of the things that we found very that cephalopods have these really, really large genomes. They're about the same size as our genome. And so this is a lot bigger than the genomes of fruit flies, or nematodes. So our genome is about three point two billion base pairs and octopus genome is about two point seven billion, and that's kind of a hard number to understand so to kind of put it in perspective. That's about a thousand times, the number of letters that are in Warren piece all contained in each and every cell in these animals. And so they have these big complicated genomes, but many of the genes that they have in there are shared across different animals. So they're surprisingly similar to us in addition, like I mentioned earlier, they have whole suites of genes that are unique. To Seth la- pods. Some of these genes create your dozens UC in their skin. And in the last couple of years, we've had some more cephalopod genomes come out, including the genome of the Hawaiian bobtail squid, and we see that squid sometimes have different sets of genes, and even octopuses. So in some squids, they have a family of genes, for example, that are on the ring teeth, the suckering teeth just on the tentacles so octopus is don't have tentacles. They have eight arms squid have eight arms plus two tentacles, and these tentacles have specialized ring teeth and they have this kind of plastic, he kind of feeling to them, and they're made by a completely novel protein, family. What about them being smart that they have a lot of nervous system genes in? Absolutely. They have a kind of similar numbers to the, the numbers that we have in terms of neuronal genes that are important in acts on acts on function..
"albertine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The road, then thirty years from now, your, your kids or grandkids driving on the road. They're, they're not they're getting for free. You know they're not paying for it. They need to pay interest in money in bonds and stuff, and I'm like, wow. So you're the guy and he's like, what I know you're the guy that's keeping me from getting. Flying car. I'm going, it's got thirty years and financing of freaking roads all the time. And I'm just so this is your debt, you're obligating us to future, and then I'm always like, where's my flying car without government? I would be George Jetson already and live in frigging Bangladesh. So I this is just get the freak out of the way. Well, it's all this government stuff that's hold back, brother. So how is it that you're you came to this conclusion and become a libertarian adapt? Well, I guess I've always been in the words of one of my heroes, h l Mencken somewhat condemnation. Meaning I always questioned in instinctively disliked thority, particularly, when thority insists that it has the right to Lord itself over me, just because it is already, I don't like that idea. And so I began to gravitate towards libertarian writers, including guys, like Albertine knock, and then can. And of course, Spooner. And got heavily immersed and all of that. And then. Know about these guys I count them. I've always been one of those kinds of guys who read widely. I you know, I loved going to the library when I was a kid and my parents, give me the link. I mean, how did you all of a sudden, I'm reading I'm reading making I'm reading I'm reading Spooner. Hell is that happened? Well, I think I stumbled on it. I can't remember exactly when I came across knocking Menken. I was young, probably twelve or thirteen years old. When I first began to read them clicked, and, you know, once you were exposed to that, once once that Colonel comes to life inside your mind. You want more. Right. So unlearn the truth. Yeah, exactly. You get red tilled, and I have to give my parents turtle credit for giving me at home. What amounted to what they used to sell the classical liberal education, meaning to teach a kid to think, not wrote numbers ation and regurgitation. But to think that's what they. To do. Now. It's about rote memorization and regurgitation. George Carlin, man. They don't want critical vacant. We don't remember what he said, what was wanted are obedient workers. And that's exactly correct. This is I am I speak on this. It was just last week or something, we were doing a show talk about politics and whatever, and I'm like, I just can't muster up. I mean I we do a lot. I've run for office a lot. I've run for congress, a few times, US Senate against McCain, you know, run for. Secretary of state twice state-led. I mean, I'm a Butthead do then filed suit when they do some stupid thing or libertarian activist for thirty years, the thing is, and then I get on the radio fifteen years ago and just start telling let me tell you a story about. So this is being. Big thing like you're not voting since. Oh to do that. I've go campaign and I vote would signs and I'm by but I'm just like, I'm not going to select my oppressor and their thing is what wouldn't aren't you? Glad Trump's there, isn't that better than Hillary. And I'm going, they didn't give me my option. I didn't get by option of not being ruled that was not on my option. Okay. So I just don't care. So then it's so I understand. And we're entertained by Trump and, and it takes that kind of tactic. It seems to be able to break through all his crap..
"albertine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Had long Madonna isn't going to like famously disciplined she'd have to rehearse for three months before she went out on the road. Oh my gosh. All right. So they're saying today the festival organisers announced their solution. And Shirley, does it can't be this is from something they're saying Led Zeppelin will reunite and headline to Thursday. It's April Fool's day. Right. But if that happened I would. Yeah. And I guess like the normal attendance that they can fit or the capacity of the norlander fairgrounds is sixty five thousand so they capped it at forty two could have sold. Should they decide that'd be too many people who do you think? But Lori what if something is crazy as Nick is devastated. The fans were devastated. But most importantly our boyfriend, Mick Jagger date says that it's a heart valve, not a stent. So three month recovery darn oh, man. What is next? He is laughing because he is laughing because you Mick Jagger is the fitness of and, you know, clean living living guy and Keith has done all those years of everything. Now, can and drinking now isn't that always the way it is? Always honestly, I wonder. I don't know. Stay tuned. Anybody else who's going to the jazz? Also, those other two tickets to Chris Albertine knows that he knows where to find me. Right. And I'm sure he I'm trying to think of who would. Okay. I'm with you. Yeah. I mean, if they and I'm sure that's what they would. Wouldn't be the right replacement for this group of people. To think of view who can see though who plays at the New Orleans jazz fest. It is such a menagerie. Music, but for the people who specific always, yes, the extra money to go. See so there. Yeah. No. I it's the fiftieth anniversary you're already gonna get Jimmy Buffett earth wind and fire Santana, Diana Ross old Gladys Nate, Tom Jones. I mean, it's kinda they have an amazing lineup but a regular day ticket is only eighty five dollars and the stones was one eighty five and it sold out like in two hours. Let me tell you about Margarita in Florida. Oh, yes. Because there is by that last year. I was by two. Yeah. Because the kids stay in condos by the baseball team. And they've got all the green palm trees litten up, and they different colored pastel homes and Margarita villain it literally as right off a freeway. This is the community. Community because everything in Florida is a community of some lifestyle. Community living sword in its middle of flatland in water, and they just put a palm trees everywhere. They're investing in Orlando. Big time, they are putting a palm trees Oliver on the freeway exits and everything, you know, they're all but the Jimmy Buffett Margarita Vel is for seniors. Yes. And that's kind of a big deal because you know, my other friends who are down there and have bought in place there so much younger and they're in their fifties. Then anybody else everyone else is in there like seventy s so it's kind of this community would kind of. Okay, I've never seen Jimmy Buffett and concert either of I would love to so. Yeah, I'll have to try and find Margarita. Oh. You would have the like, you know, there's a great TJ Maxx there. That's why I remember where it was. Okay. Well, there's only a handful of bands that could be. Yeah. You know, Bruce could step in no time. He could do it. Sorry. That'd be amazing who's Jimmy page. No longer would be so mad that I didn't have tickets if he was there. Well, I remember chances of it happening. When's the last time they played together? Years and years seventies. Yeah. What about Eric Clapton? Not one hundred dollars. I can't think of anyone that you know, for that group of people. I guess I mean, I'd probably Fleetwood MAC, no. How many times have you seen in the last five years like twenty no? They love this. Pointed Fleetwood MAC was the replacement because they're not all Fleetwood MAC. He just got rid of Lindsey. You know, they replaced him with two people. That's how bad he needed to be replaced to supply available. I don't know who they're going to get when I saw that news. I side. Lori casey. Oh, yeah. I know. All right, listen when we come back. Brian baron is going to join us. He's the director skin-care research from beauty PDF polish choice in honor of April Fools day. We're going to talk about cosmetic claims, you shouldn't believe because there's a lot of April fool, and it goes on three hundred sixty five days a year when it comes to cosmetics second chance romance. We went to dinner we had great conversation about museum. She hasn't responded to any my texts or emails or any messages through the service. Hi, anita. I had this moment where I kind of got scared that things were going so well, and I don't know there's there's the name thing, which I have to always be careful. I don't know how to put this. But his last name is Johnson. Yeah. This guy. Really wants to settle down and get married and very serious. And I can't see myself.
"albertine" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Welcome to another edition of big mouth, home of high end, pop culture conversation from low end, pop culture compensates. I'm Andrea Harrison. And I'm sure usually Sean patent the organic vegan wrapped my mechanically recovered chlorine wash chicken nuggets. Hello, sean. How you doing? I'm not sure which one of us is best that she all kinds of vegan rap definitely. That's no fun though. That's just the start bringing everybody down, by the way was the story of the BBC this week. But streaming music is actually bad for the planet's because it uses electric three research is a diversity streaming haikus three times as much energy to ruin a year as a CD player. So you're gonna go green, and he listened to old records in physical form. Hum home hits to myself. I read from test. It comes with a guardian thing about streaming media. And the guy said, I don't know why people waste ten pounds on streaming music. I've got all of a sudden as I could possibly wish to hear in my head, and I can play them for free. Go talking about him later in the freaky doubts about it. Yet, the logical inclusion of of the residuals you've to have one record and you should never play enough. Yes. We have two guests this week. Linda, America writes about film for empire magazine, the Jewish chronicle and the London economic economic what knows London economic everything she's of screen Woodstock coat UK. She's a lot of films, Linda, Boca bucks, a big mouth. How you doing? I'm wild. How very on L. We're overdue wealthy. We the Oscars later on. But I I want to get your quick reaction to some films Kubat ablation this year. Brad, Pitt to Chris Cornell bio pic, what do you think about that? I think it's brilliant. I mean, I haven't really seen rapid do anything for a while. Yeah. Looking forward to that would give good bad Whitney tragedy at the casting for Dennis villa nerves version of June. He's got like literally everybody, we'll be only people who aren't in. This point was may. I said earlier this week. He's says if he said who's hot right now up to me. And I mean, it's fine. I mean, I'm happy with the with the the cost list. Timothy shown a man you can pronounce like. I can't pronounce oh, I love him. It's got acrimonious name mccan ever. Remember? It's got Stehlin skills yards. Yeah. It's it's definitely riser because we all think Oscar Isaac. Yes. Now, the the regional film adaptation of David Lynch authorization of dune is continues to be a laughing stock for stimulus plastic onto depend what it is one of the great stories that really deserves to be made into a proper sprawling space opera is now is now the time. I am a fan of the original. I know many people aren't, but I'm also I'm really looking forward to this. And instead of enough, and who I think will do Justice they go the password is Judah rosters June. Sean who else is with us in the studio while you wait for months for someone from the quietest to turn up and like buses to turn up once last week had turn in talking about his excellent book out of the woods and this week. It's the co founder and editor of this strange noises music or website, John Duran. Hello, john. How are you? I'm fine. Thanks good. You've been writing about punishing Tom music, baroque electric and widow widow classical music on the quietest for a decade. Now. You also present noises regular video. Series, British masters way, you interview people like Albertine and cozy funny tutti your right vices? Endlessly, entertaining comment, and you're the author of jolly lat this is like this is your life. Isn't it? Leaky entertaining, memoirs of substance and mental health issues. You could read they'll come back. This is this is your life..
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"albertine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Yes. Outstanding comparison. Larry, I all right. Thank you for the call. Larry. I don't recall Bill Maher ever. Call him calling an African American the N word. So I would respectfully disagree with Larry. But I appreciate the call. Anyway, let's go to my man, Brian Salman who obviously works for channel three as the lead anchor there. He was at the press conference today as well. Bryan. How's it going? All right. How you doing? What's going on? Jay. I'm doing good doing good. Thanks for hanging out. Brian just hanging out. Thanks for joining us. Okay. So you were at the press conference, Brian as we were what went through your mind when Mr. Browner just went off on Bernstein and called them all those horrible things that are even want to repeat again. I was in shot. Really? I was talking to Bercy and like this. 'cause I know outburst is one of the most respected guys in boxing. I anyone who really has a bad thing to say about him. I actually talked with Albertine after the fact kinda get his take on things. But yeah, as Adrian Boorda was going through this and saying, you know, I don't wanna talk to you. I'm not messing with you and everything else. I was just really in shock that. He was talking to him about this. And then I wonder what did I say if anything that made him feel this way? Well, even if well what I think what I think we all can probably imagine that Bernstein was criticizing his boxing. And as you know, but you know, as we're all aware Browner doesn't like anyone who goes after a men critiques is his boxing, which is ridiculous. But Brian this is what I think is just as bad if not worse. I'm I'm I'm sitting next to these these Philip this Filipino contingent and Adrian Bronner screams out at them. I got a cat for you for dinner. I got some saute German shepherd for you in the back. I mean, how how inappropriate is that? I mean that that's really really bad. He thinks he's being funny. He thinks you know, I think Jason Jason. What's your last caller had the the take, you know, the Bill Maher right of boxing with Jason follows a good thing. I thought it was it was as well. I remember Bill Maher actually said something to the effect of us were talking to. I can't remember talking. Well, let me let me ask you about. Yeah. He did say the N word in his monologue, which he immediately apologized for following that which I thought was inappropriate and he thought so too and he apologized for it. But he didn't call somebody. But he didn't call somebody that you know, I'm not saying I'm not trying to make it any better. But let leads she leads me to my next question. My opinion on that word is it we've talked about this before Brian. I don't think it should ever be used under any context. I don't care if it's African-Americans saying it. I don't care who it is the the bottom line is the word should never be used period. You know, and the fact that Bronner just even others that word towards Albert Einstein of all people is an embarrassment. Well, I got a different view on that. I mean, the fact that one I don't think anyone especially someone who's not in whatever group you're talking about. Whether you're talking about, you know, someone from the the trans are L B J Q community. What are you talking about someone from from the black community? Why community whatever race you are? If you're from the Jewish community. I don't think it's for me to tell someone else with they should say to one another. So I'll say that. But as far as I thought, it was incredibly ignorant and in poor taste, and basically what he was doing was speaking. I don't wanna say, but he was speaking to him as if he was a black, man. So to speak. I'm not condoning what he said. Because again, it was incredibly ignorant to say when he said he wasn't calling him. But let's just say let's just say if Al Bernstein, wasn't African American isn't there, isn't it your duty to be somewhat professional up there on the stage. What? Say somewhat because I know it's hard absurd. Yeah. What he said was completely absurd completely out alive. It wasn't like I don't think that necessarily that wasn't racist. As far as like with the what are you saying that the Filipino contingent out there? That was completely right? I agree. I agree when when he uses the N word towards Al Bernstein. I'm not I'm not calling him a racist for that. I'm saying for some for some of the things he said in the past and for the things he said to the Filipino contention. Yes. We agree that.
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"Vivid Albertine guitarist and lyricist for one of the first all women, punk bands the British band, the slits. Now she's a writer and has just published her second memoir the slits worked hard, not to copy popular male bands and dressed in ways that defied ideas of what is feminine and sexy on the street band members were literally attacked. I'll singer who was fourteen fifteen when we first got together with stop twice in front of me by men, starved for looking like she looked Albertine is in her sixties now has been married, divorced, survived cancer, raised her daughter and stayed best friends with her mother who died for years ago. We'll talk about her life today and what her punk aesthetic and anger mean to her now and David in Cooley reviews a new HBO documentary about Robin Williams. That's on fresh air. First news Live from NPR news. In Washington I'm. Lakshmi. Singh President Donald Trump is drawing bipartisan criticism after he appeared to cast doubt on Russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen. Presidential election NPR's Scott Horsely has more on what Trump said and didn't say during today's joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin after their one on one in Helsinki lawmakers from both parties are lining up to say what the. President did not that they believe the assessment of US intelligence that Russia interfered in the two thousand, sixteen election, Tennessee Republican Bob corker who heads the Senate Foreign Relations committee said Trump's equivocation on that point makes the US look like a pushover and. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer suggested darkly Putin may hold damaging information on Trump the president insists that, isn't so and I have to say if they had it would've been out. Long ago Russia's president was asked directly if he has compromising material on. Trump Putin sidestepped. The question Scott Horsely NPR news Washington in his first remarks since departing Helsinki Trump tweets that he has. Quote great confidence, in. His intelligence people however he goes on to tweet we cannot exclusively focused on the past as the world's two large nuclear, powers we must get along a tweet from President Trump a short time ago as Air Force One makes its way back to joint base Andrews NPR's Ron Elving reports Trump's to meet around Putin appeared friendlier than when he met with. NATO members last week those are our allies twenty eight other countries with whom we are allied largely, against the, threat posed I by the Soviet Union now by the Russian federation under Vladamir Putin and we did not seem to have anything like the. Same kind of chummy relationship with many of those leaders and the staging of much of it brought that out that's NPR's Ron Elving a federal judge in California has temporarily. Halted the deportation of immigrant families that have been reunited after being separated. By the Trump administration NPR's Joel rose reports that decision came from, the same judge who ordered the government to reunite the, families the government is working to reunite roughly two thousand. Five, hundred and fifty immigrant children. With their parents by court order deadline of July twenty sixth what will happen. To those families after reunification is unclear lawyers for the American Civil Liberties union which brought. The lawsuits say they're concerned about rumors of mass deportations, of families that have just been reunited in response judge Dana Subroto said he would order a temporary halt. To deportations for a, week until lawyers for the government can respond to the ACLU's motion the Trump administration says it has reunified all eligible children under the age of five. And it submitted a plan to reunify older children ahead of next week steady line Joel rose NPR news before the close the Dow was up forty five points at. Twenty five thousand. Sixty four the NASDAQ was down twenty points at seventy eight oh five SNP was off two points this is NPR from geeky weedy news Amina Kim San Francisco transportation officials are expected to. Vote tomorrow on a ban on tour buses in. Front of. One of the city's famous. Homes key cuties Michelle Wiley has more The house featured on the ninety s sitcom full house and recent Netflix reboot fuller, house is a major tourist attraction Neighbors say the crowds are relentless visiting day and. Night now the San Francisco MTA, is set to vote on. Whether or not they'll band tour buses on the street. But resident Carla has Hagen says buses aren't the real problem we have people standing. On the street to take pictures we have people double parking..